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SIMATIC NET
CP 243-2
AS-Interface Master
Technical Description and
Installation Instructions
1
Interface to the User Program
in the S7-200 CPU
2
Access to the Data of the AS-i
Slaves
3
Signaling Errors and Diagnostics in the User Program
4
Command Interface
Manual
Eliminating Problems /
Error Displays
5
6
Appendix
AS-Interface
AS-Interface Protocol Implementation Conformance Statements
A
References
B
Note on the CE Mark
C
Support and Training
D
Industrial Ethernet
Glossary, Index
PROFIBUS
AS-Interface
07/2000
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Safety Guidelines
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Note
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product, or to a particular part of the documentation.
Qualified Personnel
Only qualified personnel should be allowed to install and work on this equipment. Qualified persons are
defined as persons who are authorized to commission, to ground, and to tag circuits, equipment, and systems in accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Correct Usage
Note the following
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Warning
This device and its components may only be used for the applications described in the catalog or the
technical description, and only in connection with devices or components from other manufacturers which
have been approved or recommended by Siemens.
This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored, set up, and installed
correctly, and operated and maintained as recommended.
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Purpose of the Manual
This manual supports you when using the CP 243-2 module. It explains how to
access AS-Interface actuators and AS-Interface sensors from an S7-22x CPU via
this module.
We recommend the following procedure when...
...You want an overall picture of the AS-Interface.
– First read the ‘AS-Interface Introduction and Basic Information’ manual (not
part of this documentation package). This contains general information
about the AS-Interface, abbreviated to AS-i in the following chapters.
...You want to set up an AS-i system and include the CP 243-2 module in it:
– You will find the relevant information about connecting and operating the
CP 243-2 in Chapter 3.
Requirements
To understand this document, you should be familiar with the manual ‘AS-Interface
Introduction and Basic Information’ (part of this documentation package).
Diskette with Sample Programs
The diskette supplied with this manual (S7-200 PROGR) contains sample
programs that will help you when programming the CP 243-2. These sample
programs were written with STEP 7-Micro/WIN32 and can be run on an S7-22x
CPU.
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Technical Description and Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1.1
General Notes on Operation – Safety Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
1.2
Uses of the Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3
1.3
Technical Specifications of the Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-5
1.4
Installing the Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-6
1.5
Front Panel – Access to all Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-7
1.6
Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
1.7
Modes of the CP 243-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-10
1.8
1.8.1
1.8.2
Displays and Operator Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slave Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-11
1-12
1-14
1.9
Configuring the AS-Interface with the SET Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-16
Interface to the User Program in the S7-200 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
2.1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
2.2
Addressing the CP 243-2 in the S7-200 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-4
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
Meaning of the Data in the Digital Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Identification Register in the Digital Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Register in the Digital Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status Byte (Input Register 8DI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Byte (Output Register 8DO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-7
2-8
2-9
2-10
2-11
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
Meaning of the Data in the Analog Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Identification Register in the Analog Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Register in the Analog Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12
2-13
2-14
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
Access to the Analog Input and Output Words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Input Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Output Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-16
2-18
2-21
Access to the Data of the AS-i Slaves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
Access to the Binary Data of the AS-i Slaves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addressing the AS-i Slaves in the User Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access to the AS-i User Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
3-2
3-7
3.2
Access to the Analog Data of the AS-i Slaves
(Slaves complying with Profile 7.3 or 7.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addressing the Analog AS-i Slaves in the User Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access to the AS-i Analog Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-8
3-8
3-15
3.2.1
3.2.2
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Signaling Errors and Diagnostics in the User Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
4.1
Signaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
4.2
Example: Reading the Delta List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3
Command Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5.1
Command interface of the CP 243-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.2.9
5.2.10
5.2.11
5.2.12
5.2.13
5.2.14
5.2.15
5.2.16
5.2.17
5.2.18
5.2.19
5.2.20
5.2.21
5.2.22
5.2.23
5.2.24
5.2.25
5.2.26
5.2.27
5.2.28
5.2.29
5.2.30
5.2.31
5.2.32
Description of the AS-i Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set_Permanent_Parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Get_Permanent_Parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Write_Parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_Parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Store_Actual_Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set_Extended_Permanent_Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Get_Extended_Permanent_Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Store_Actual_Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Get_Extended_Actual_Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set_LPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set_Offline_Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Select_Autoprogramming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set_Operation_Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change_AS-i_Slave_Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Get_AS-i_Slave_Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Get_Extended_Total_Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Store_Extended_Total_Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Write_Extended_Parameter_List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_Extended_Parameter_Echo_List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_Version_ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Write_AS-i_Slave_Extended_ID1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_AS-i_Slave_I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Get_LPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Write_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID_String . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_AS-i_Slave_Diagnostic_String . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read_Data_and_Delta_List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5-13
5-14
5-15
5-16
5-17
5-18
5-19
5-20
5-21
5-22
5-23
5-24
5-25
5-26
5-27
5-29
5-32
5-37
5-43
5-45
5-47
5-48
5-49
5-50
5-51
5-52
5-53
5-54
5-55
5-56
5-57
5-58
Dealing with Problems / Error Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6.1
Replacing a Defective AS-Interface Slave/Automatic Address Programming . . .
6-2
6.2
Error Displays of the CP 243-2 / Remedying Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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AS-Interface Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) . . . . .
A-1
B
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B-1
C
Notes on the CE Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C-1
D
SIMATIC NET – Support and Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
D-1
Glossary
Index
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Instructions
1
This chapter outlines the basic functions of the CP 243-2 and explains how the
module is installed and started up.
You will get to know the following properties of the CP 243-2:
The applications
The technical specifications
Display and control elements
Configuration
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General Notes on Operation – Safety Warnings
Caution
When handling and installing the CP 243-2, make sure that you keep to the ESD
guidelines.
The CP 243-2 must only be connected when the AS-i power supply unit is turned
off.
Caution
Noise immunity/grounding
To ensure the noise immunity of the CP 243-2, the CP 243-2 and the AS-i power
supply unit must be correctly grounded.
Caution
The AS-i power supply unit used must provide a low voltage, safely isolated from
the network. This safe isolation can be implemented according to the following
requirements:
VDE 0100 Part 410 = HD 384-4-4 = IEC 364-4-41
(as functional extra-low voltage with safe isolation) or
VDE 0805 = EN60950 = IEC 950
(as safety extra-low voltage SELV) or
VDE 0106 Part 101
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Uses of the Module
DP Slave and AS-i Master
The CP 243-2 module can be operated in the S7-200 programmable controller. It
allows the attachment of an S7-200 to the AS-Interface (as AS-i master). Both
interfaces can be used independent of each other.
S7-22x CPU
CP 243-2
AS-i
master
Passive module
(without slave ASIC)
Active module
(with slave ASIC)
AS-i power supply
Actuator/sensor
with slave ASIC
AS-i cable
Figure 1-1
AS-i branch
Example of a System Configuration with the CP 243-2
System Integration and Structure
The accompanying product information lists the CPUs with which the CP 243-2
can be operated.
From the point of view of the S7-22x CPU, the CP 243-2 represents two expansion
modules (an 8DI/8DO digital module and an 8AI/8AO analog module).
The design of the CP 243-2 corresponds to that of a standard expansion module
for an S7-200.
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Components Supplied
The CP 243-2 product includes the following components:
CP 243-2
Product information bulletin on the CP 243-2
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Technical Specifications of the Module
The technical specifications of the CP 243-2 module are as follows:
Table 1-1
Explanation/Values
Feature
AS-i cycle time
5 ms with 31 slaves
10 ms with 62 AS-i slaves using the extended
addressing mode
Configuration of the AS-Interface
By a button on the front panel or using the total
configuration command (refer to the description of
the AS-i commands)
AS-i master profiles supported
M1e
Attachment to the AS-i cable
Via an S7-200 terminal block
Permitted current loading from terminal 1 to 3 or
from terminal 2 to 4 maximum 3 A
Address range
One digital module with 8DI/8DO and one analog
module with 8AI/8AO
Power supply SIMATIC backplane bus
5 V DC
Current consumption from 5 V DC
max. 220 mA
Power supply from the AS-i cable
According to the AS-i specification
Current consumption from the AS-i cable
max. 100 mA
Power consumption
3.7 W
Ambient conditions
Operating temperature
Horizontal installation: 0 to°C
Vertical installation: 0 to 45°C
Transport and storage temperature
–40°C to +70°C
Relative humidity
max. 95% at +25°C
Construction
Type of protection
IP 20
Module format
S7-200 expansion module
Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm
71 x 80 x 62
Weight
approx. 250 g
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Installing the Module
Slots in the S7-200
The CP 243-2 can be inserted in all slots for expansion modules in the S7-200
programmable controller (CPUs 22x).
Possible Restrictions
There may, however, be restrictions depending on the CPU or power supply unit
being used in terms of the following:
Expandability with several expansion modules,
For further information, refer to /4/;
Electrical restrictions
The maximum current consumption from the S7 backplane bus must not be
exceeded. Please use the calculation table in /4/.
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Front Panel – Access to all Functions
Connection, Display and Control Elements
On the front panel, you have access to all the connection, display and control
elements of the CP 243-2.
During operation, the connection and control elements are protected by a front
cover.
Unused terminal block
B slave display
SET
button
Status display
Display
button
Group display
Slave display
AS-i cable connection
Figure 1-2
Connections, Operator Controls and Interpreting the Displays
For more detailed information, refer to the following sections.
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Terminal Block
Connections
The CP 243-2 has the following connections:
Two connections to the AS-i cable (bridged internally)
One connection for functional ground
The terminals are located under the cover of the front panel of the CP 243-2.
AS-i cables
Figure 1-3
Functional ground
Connecting the AS-i Cable
Connections to the AS-i Cable
The CP 243-2 has two connections for AS-i cables that are jumpered internally on
the CP 243-2.
This allows the CP 243-2 to be “looped” into the AS-i cable.
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Caution
The load capacity of the AS-i contacts is a maximum of 3 A. If this value is exceed
on the AS-i cable, the CP 243-2 must not be “looped into” the AS-i cable but must
be connected by a separate cable (in this case only one pair of terminals of the
CP 243-2 is used). The CP 243-2 must be connected to the grounding conductor
via the ground terminal.
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Note
Functional ground (terminal
)
The CP 243-2 has a connection for functional ground. This connector should be
connected to the PE conductor with as little resistance as possible.
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Modes of the CP 243-2
Standard Operation
In this type of operation, the user program accesses the user data of the AS-i
slaves and the diagnostic data of the CP 243-2. Programming is simple and this
type of operation is adequate for the majority of automation tasks.
In standard operation, no commands or special parameters are transferred to the
slaves. This type of operation corresponds to the profile M0 of the AS-i master
specification.
Extended Operation
In extended operation, the user program uses the command interface of the
CP 243-2.
This means that the entire range of functions in the AS-i system is available to the
PLC programmer. In particular, the AS-i master calls (for example to assign
parameters to slaves) are available. This type of operation corresponds to the
profile M1e of the AS-i master specification.
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Displays and Operator Controls
Changing the Display Status – DISPLAY Button
You can change between the status display (basic status), slave display and
PROFIBUS display with the DISPLAY button. Each time you press the button, you
change to the next display status finally returning to the initial status.
In the slave display, the slaves on the AS-Interface are displayed in groups of 5
slaves. You can move on the display to the next group with the DISPLAY button.
First the standard or A slaves are displayed and then the B slaves (“B” LED is lit).
You return to the status display as follows:
After you have displayed the last group (slave 30B, 31B) by pressing the
DISPLAY button or
If you do not press the DISPLAY button for a longer period of time
(approximately 8 minutes).
Meaning of the LEDs
The front panel of the CP 243-2 has two rows of LEDs.
The LEDs CM, AUP, CER, APF, PWR and SF in the upper row represent the
status display.
The B LED indicates B slaves. It is lit when the slave display is active if B
slaves are displayed.
The first five LEDs of the lower row indicate the connected slaves (slave
display).
The other three LEDs indicate the slave group.
The meaning of the LEDs depends on the status of the group displays.
If all the LEDs of the group display are off, the status display is active; in other
words, the LEDs CM, AUP, CER, APF, PWR and SF indicate the status of the CP
243-2.
If at least one of the LEDs of the group display is lit, the status display goes off
(exception: “PWR” LED remains lit) and the slave display is active.
SET Button
The SET button is required to configure the CP 243-2.
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Status Display
Interpreting the Status Display
The status display is active when no group LEDs are lit.
The status display is the default display in the basic status of the CP 243-2.
Meaning of the LEDs
The LEDs have the following meaning:
Table 1-2
LED (color)
CM (yellow)
Status
Configuration
Mode
Meaning
This displays the operating mode of the CP 243-2.
LED lit:
Configuration mode
LED unlit:
Protected mode
The configuration mode is only required when putting the CP 243-2
into operation. In the configuration mode, the CP 243-2 activates all
connected AS-i slaves and exchanges data with them. For more
information about the configuration mode, refer to Section 1.9.
AUP (green)
Autoprog
available
In the protected mode of the CP 243-2, this indicates that automatic
address programming of an AS-i slave is possible. The automatic
address programming makes it much easier to exchange a defective
AS-i slave on the AS-i cable (for more detailed information refer to
Section 6.1).
CER (yellow)
Configuration
Error
This LED indicates whether the slave configuration detected on the
AS-i cable matches the expected configuration (LPS). If they do not
match, the CER LED is lit.
The CER LED is lit in the following situations:
When a configured AS-i slave does not exist on the AS-i cable (for
example failure of the slave).
When an AS-i slave exists on the AS-i cable but it was not
previously configured.
When a connected AS-i slave has different configuration data (I/O
configuration, ID code, extended ID1 code, extended ID2 code)
from the AS-i slave configured on the CP 243-2.
When the CP 243-2 is in the offline phase.
APF (red)
AS-i Power Fail
This indicates that the voltage supplied by the AS-i power supply unit
on the AS-i cable is too low or has failed.
PWR (green)
Power
The PWR LED (power) indicates that the CP 243-2 is supplied with
power.
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LED (color)
SF (red)
Status
System error
Meaning
This LED is lit in the following situations:
The CP 243-2 has detected an internal problem (for example a
defective EEPROM).
The CP 243-2 is unable to make the currently required mode
change (for example an AS-i slave with address 0 exists) when a
button is pressed.
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1.8.2
Slave Display
Interpreting the Slave Display Status
You can switch over to the slave display mode used by pressing the DISPLAY
button. You switch from group to group by pressing the DISPLAY button again: The
slave display is active when at least one group LED is lit.
Characteristics of the Slave Display
If the CP 243-2 is in the configuration mode, all detected AS-i slaves are
displayed.
If the CP 243-2 is in the protected mode, all active AS-i slaves are displayed.
In the protected mode, failed or existing but unconfigured AS-i slaves are
indicated by the corresponding LED flashing.
Display Statuses in Detail
The AS-i slaves are displayed in groups of five. The three group LEDs indicate
which group of 5 is being displayed in binary code. The 5 LEDs of the slave display
then indicate the detected or active AS-i slaves within the group.
To find out which slaves are active, select the group of 5 (line) corresponding to the
lit group LEDs. The currently lit LEDs of the slave display then indicate which
slaves within this group are currently active.
If a group of B slaves is displayed, the “B” LED is also lit.
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Example of a Slave Display
From the display shown below, you can obtain the following information:
The 2nd group LED is lit, i.e. the 2nd line from the top (corresponds to 21 =
2DEC; 2. group of 5; slaves 5–9).
If the 2nd and 4th LEDs are also lit within the slave display, this means that
slaves 6 and 8 are active.
If the “B” LED is also lit, then in this example, this would mean that slaves 6B
and 8B are active.
The intersecting
points mark slave 6
and slave 8.
LED/column 2 + 4
Figure 1-4
2nd
group
Example of a Slave Display
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Configuring the AS-Interface with the SET Button
Interpreting the Display Status
The CP 243-2 distinguishes between two operating modes on the AS-Interface:
Configuration mode
Protected mode
Pressing the SET button changes the operating mode.
Note
The SET button is only effective when the bit PLC_RUN = 0 is set in the control
byte of the CP 243-2. This is always the case when the S7-22x CPU is in the
STOP mode.
Configuration Mode
The configuration mode is used to install and start up an AS-i installation.
If the CP 243-2 is in the configuration mode (CM LED lit), it can exchange data
with every AS-i slave connected to the AS-i cable (except for an AS-i slave with
address ’0’). Newly added AS-i slaves are detected immediately by the master,
activated, and included in cyclic data exchange.
When installation and startup is completed, the CP 243-2 can be switched to the
protected mode using the SET button. At the same time, active AS-i slaves are
configured. The following data are then stored permanently on the CP 243-2:
The addresses of the AS-i slaves
The ID codes (ID code, extended ID1 code, extended ID2 code)
The I/O configuration
The current slave parameters
Protected Mode
In the protected mode, the CP 243-2 exchanges data only with the configured AS-i
slaves. In this sense, “configured” means that the slave addresses and the
configuration data stored on the CP 243-2 match the values of existing AS-i slaves.
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Note
Changing from the configuration mode to the protected mode is only possible
when there is no slave with address “0” connected to the AS-Interface. If a slave
“0” is connected, the “SF” LED lights up when the SET button is pressed.
Preparing to Configure
Make sure that the following situation applies:
The S7-22x CPU must be set to STOP (PLC_RUN=0).
The CP 243-2 and all AS-i slaves must be connected to the AS-Interface and
supplied with power by the AS-i power supply.
Configuring
1. Press the DISPLAY button to set the CP 243-2 display to the “status display”
mode (initial status).
2. Check whether the CP 243-2 is in the “configuration mode”. (”CM” LED lit ). If
not, change the CP 243-2 to the configuration mode using the SET button.
3. By changing to the slave display with the DISPLAY button, you can check
whether all the slaves connected to the AS-Interface exist.
4. Press the SET button. The CP 243-2 is configured.
At the same time, the CP 243-2 is changed to the protected mode; the “CM”
LED goes off.
The “CER” LED also goes off since following configuration, the “expected
configuration” stored on the CP 243-2 matches the “actual configuration” on the
AS-Interface.
Note
Configuring the CP 243-2 during an AS-Interface Power Fail (for example when
the AS-i power supply unit is turned off or when the CP 243-2 is not connected to
the AS-Interface) resets the configuration of the CP 243-2. This has the following
results:
No AS-i slaves are configured;
All AS-i slave parameters are set;
Automatic address programming is activated
(bit AUTO_ADDRESS_ENABLE = 1).
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S7-200 CPU
2
This chapter explains how the CP 243-2 is addressed. You will learn the
significance of the data in the digital and in the analog module and you will learn
how to access the analog inputs and outputs.
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2.1
Overview
CP 243-2 as Expansion Module in the S7-200
The CP 243-2 occupies 2 consecutive expansion module slots in the S7-200:
Digital module 8DI/8DO
Analog module 8AI/8AO
S7-200 CPU
User program
CP 243-2
Digital module (8DI/8DO)
Status/error information
Control of the CP
Bank selection
Analog module (8AI/8AO)
Binary input/output data of the AS-i slaves
Analog input/output data of the
AS-i slaves
AS-i diagnostic information (delta list)
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Figure 2-1
Digital Module
The digital module occupies 8 input and 8 output bits in the address area of the
digital inputs and outputs. The S7-200 CPU and the CP 243-2 are coordinated via
the digital module.
The data to be addressed in the analog module by the user program is selected
using bank select bits.
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Analog Module
The analog module occupies 16 input and 16 output bytes in the address area of
the analog inputs and outputs. Data exchange with the AS-i slaves is handled via
the analog module (see Figure 2-1).
The bank select mechanism means that a larger data area in total can be
addressed in the analog module than the addressable data area in the S7-200
CPU for the expansion module.
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2.2
Addressing the CP 243-2 in the S7-200 CPU
Address Areas
The start addresses of the address areas are determined by the following:
The type of S7-200 CPU being used
The slot of the CP 243-2 in the S7-200.
Examples
The following table contains examples of the addresses of the digital and analog
input/output areas with the possible configurations with a CPU 212 and CPU 214.
Example of a CPU 222 and a CP 243-2
CPU 222
2-4
CP 243-2
8DI
8 DO
8DI
8 DO
8AI
8AO
I0.0
I0.1
I0.2
I0.3
I0.4
I0.5
I0.6
I0.7
Q0.0
Q0.1
Q0.2
Q0.3
Q0.4
Q0.5
Q0.6
Q0.7
I1.0
I1.1
I1.2
I1.3
I1.4
I1.5
I1.6
I1.7
Q1.0
Q1.1
Q1.2
Q1.3
Q1.4
Q1.5
Q1.6
Q1.7
AIW0
AIW2
AIW4
AIW6
AIW8
AIW10
AIW12
AIW14
AQW0
AQW2
AQW4
AQW6
AQW8
AQW10
AQW12
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Example of a CPU 224 and a CP 243-2 Inserted Directly Beside the CPU
CPU 224
CP 243-2
14 DI
10 DO
8DI
8 DO
8AI
8AO
I0.0
I0.1
I0.2
I0.3
I0.4
I0.5
I0.6
I0.7
Q0.0
Q0.1
Q0.2
Q0.3
Q0.4
Q0.5
Q0.6
Q0.7
I2.0
I2.1
I2.2
I2.3
I2.4
I2.5
I2.6
I2.7
Q2.0
Q2.1
Q2.2
Q2.3
Q2.4
Q2.5
Q2.6
Q2.7
AIW0
AIW2
AIW4
AIW6
AIW8
AIW10
AIW12
AIW14
AQW0
AQW2
AQW4
AQW6
AQW8
AQW10
AQW12
AQW14
I1.0
I1.1
I1.2
I1.3
I1.4
I1.5
Q1.0
Q1.1
Example of a CPU 224, a CP 243-2 and a CP 243-2
CPU 224
CP 243-2
CP 243-2
14 DI
10 DO
8DI
8 DO
8AI
8AO
8DI
8 DO
8AI
8AO
I0.0
I0.1
I0.2
I0.3
I0.4
I0.5
I0.6
I0.7
Q0.0
Q0.1
Q0.2
Q0.3
Q0.4
Q0.5
Q0.6
Q0.7
I2.0
I2.1
I2.2
I2.3
I2.4
I2.5
I2.6
I2.7
Q2.0
Q2.1
Q2.2
Q2.3
Q2.4
Q2.5
Q2.6
Q2.7
AIW0
AIW2
AIW4
AIW6
AIW8
AIW10
AIW12
AIW14
AQW0
AQW2
AQW4
AQW6
AQW8
AQW10
AQW12
AQW14
I3.0
I3.1
I3.2
I3.3
I3.4
I3.5
I3.6
I3.7
Q3.0
Q3.1
Q3.2
Q3.3
Q3.4
Q3.5
Q3.6
Q3.7
AIW16
AIW18
AIW20
AIW22
AIW24
AIW26
AIW28
AIW30
AQW16
AQW18
AQW20
AQW22
AQW24
AQW26
AQW28
AQW30
I1.0
I1.1
I1.2
I1.3
I1.4
I1.5
Q1.0
Q1.1
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Example of a CPU 224, an 8DI Module, a 3AI/1AO Module and a CP 243-2
CPU 224
2-6
Module
Module
CP 243-2
14DI
10 DO
8DI
3AI
1AO
8DI
8 DO
8AI
8AO
I0.0
I0.1
I0.2
I0.3
I0.4
I0.5
I0.6
I0.7
Q0.0
Q0.1
Q0.2
Q0.3
Q0.4
Q0.5
Q0.6
Q0.7
I2.0
I2.1
I2.2
I2.3
I2.4
I2.5
I2.6
I2.7
AIW0
AIW2
AIW4
AQW0
I3.0
I3.1
I3.2
I3.3
I3.4
I3.5
I3.6
I3.7
Q2.0
Q2.1
Q2.2
Q2.3
Q2.4
Q2.5
Q2.6
Q2.7
AIW8
AIW10
AIW12
AIW14
AIW16
AIW18
AIW20
AIW22
AQW4
AQW6
AQW8
AQW10
AQW12
AQW14
AQW16
AQW18
I1.0
I1.1
I1.2
I1.3
I1.4
I1.5
Q1.0
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Meaning of the Data in the Digital Module
Overview
The digital module of the CP 243-2 consists of four registers:
Identification register, 8 bits (I/O module identifier)
Error register, 8 bits
Input register 8DI (status byte of the CP 243-2)
Output register 8DO (control byte of the CP 243-2)
Essentially, the functions shown in the following diagram are handled via these
registers:
S7-200 CPU
User program
CP 243-2
Digital module (8DI/8DO)
Status/error information
Control of the CP
Bank selection
Analog module (8AI/8AO)
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2.3.1
Identification Register in the Digital Module
Meaning
The identification register signals the I/O module identifier to indicate the existence
of an 8DI/8DO digital module with the value specified below.
The address at which the program can access the identification register depends
on the slot in which the CP 243-2 is inserted.
For further information about the special bit memory and its structure for I/O
modules, refer to /4/.
Range of Values
The identification register can be read via the special bit memory of the S7-200
CPU. It provides the fixed value 05H.
Example
Assuming that the CP 243-2 is inserted directly beside the S7-200 CPU.
The content of the identification register can be read from SMB8.
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2.3.2
Error Register in the Digital Module
Meaning for the User Program
This register always supplies the value ”0”. The CP 243–2 reports errors using the
error register in the analog module (see Section 2.4.2).
Example of Access to the Error Register
If the CP 243–2 is inserted directly beside the S7–200 CPU, SMB9 constantly
supplies the value ”0”.
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2.3.3
Status Byte (Input Register 8DI)
Meaning for the User Program
This register shows the status of the CP 243-2 relative to the AS-i master
interface.
Structure of the Status Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
0
ASI_RESP
0
0
0
0
Bit 1
Bit 0
CP_READY ASI_MODE
Description of the Bits
Table 2-1
Bit
Value
ASI_MODE
0
The CP 243-2 is in the protected mode.
1
The CP 243-2 is in the configuration mode.
0
The CP 243-2 is not yet operational after turning on
the power supply. Evaluation of the I/O data or other
information from the CP is not permitted.
1
The CP 243-2 is operational.
CP_READY
ASI_RESP
2-10
0/1
Meaning
Response bit for the AS-i command interface (see
Section 5.1).
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Control Byte (Output Register 8DO)
Meaning for the User Program
The user program controls the data exchange with the CP 243-2 using this
register.
Structure of the Control Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
PLC_RUN
ASI_COM
BS5
BS4
BS3
BS2
BS1
BS0
Description of the Bits
Table 2-2
Bit
Value
BS0..BS5
0 ... 63
dec.
ASI_COM
0/1
PLC_RUN
Meaning
Bank select bits for changing the bank in the analog module
(see Section 2.5).
Job bit for the AS-i command interface (see Section 5.1).
In the STOP mode of the S7-200 CPU, the CP must send defined values to
all AS-i slaves (see Chapter 3). Since the AS-i slave data are transferred
via the analog area and the S7-200 CPU does not set this area to ’0’ when
it changes from RUN to STOP, the CPU mode must be signaled to the
CP 243-2 using the PLC_RUN bit as follows:
0
Signal to the CP 243-2 that the S7-200 CPU is in the STOP
mode.
The CP 243-2 sends ’0’ to all AS-i binary slaves. The analog
value transfer to analog output slaves is interrupted. The
S7-200 CPU sets the bit automatically to “0” at a change from
RUN to STOP.
1
Signals to the CP 243-2 that the S7-200 CPU is in the RUN
mode.
The CP 243-2 sends the content of output bank 0 to all AS-i
slaves (see Section 2.4). The user program must set this bit to
“1” during startup (first scan).
Do not set the PLC_RUN bit permanently to “1” with the
S7-200 operating system functions such as “CPU
configuration/setting the outputs” or “force outputs”.
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2.4
Meaning of the Data in the Analog Module
Overview
The analog module of the CP 243-2 consists of four areas:
Identification register, 8 bits (I/O module identifier)
Error register, 8 bits
8 analog input words (8 AI)
8 analog output words (8 AO)
The most important functions handled via these areas are shown in the diagram
below:
S7-200 CPU
User program
CP 243-2
Digital module
(8DI/8DO)
Analog module (8AI/8AO)
Binary input/output data of the AS-i slaves
Analog input/output data of the
AS-i slaves
AS-i diagnostic information (delta list)
AS-i commands and response data
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2.4.1
Identification Register in the Analog Module
Meaning
The identification register signals the I/O module identifier to indicate the existence
of an 8AI/8AO analog module with the value specified below.
The address at which the program can access the identification register depends
on the slot in which the CP 243-2 is inserted.
For further information about the special bit memory and its structure for I/O
modules refer to /4/.
Range of Values
The identification register can be read via the special bit memory area of the
S7-200 CPU. It provides the fixed value 1FH.
Example
Assuming that the CP 243-2 is inserted directly beside the S7-200 CPU.
The content of the identification register can be read via SMB 10.
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2.4.2
Error Register in the Analog Module
Meaning for the User Program
With this register, the CP 243-2 signals errors to the user program.
Structure of the Error Register
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
0
0
0
0
0
APF
0
CER
Bit Description/Range of Values
Table 2-3
Bit
Value
CER
0
Meaning
AS-i configuration correct (only in the protected mode)
The “CER” LED is off
1
AS-i configuration error (only in the protected mode)
This indicates a difference between the slave configuration
detected on the AS-i cable and the desired configuration
configured on the CP 243-2.
The “CER” LED is lit (see Section 1.8.1 Status Display of the
CP 243-2).
APF
0
AS-i voltage correct
The “APF” LED is off.
1
AS-i Power Fail.
This indicates that the voltage supplied on the AS-i cable by the
AS-i power supply unit is too low or there is a complete power
outage.
The “APF” LED is lit (see Section 1.8.1 Status Display of the
CP 243-2).
Note
The “CER” bit indicates configuration errors only in the protected mode. In the
configuration mode, the “CER” bit is always “0”.
The “CER” LED, on the other hand, indicates configuration errors both in the
configuration mode and in the protected mode.
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Example of Access to the Error Register
Assuming that the CP 243-2 is inserted directly beside the S7-200 CPU.
Evaluate the special memory bits SM 11.0 to SM 11.2 in the SM area (for more
information about the special bit memory area of the S7-200 CPU, refer to /4/).
If an error has occurred, bit SM 11.0 and/or bit SM 11.2 is set.
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2.5
Access to the Analog Input and Output Words
Principle
Using a bank-select mechanism, the 8 analog input words and the 8 analog output
words can be switched to 64 different analog input areas (banks) and 64 different
analog output areas (banks) on the CP 243-2.
Each of these banks is 8 words long.
Advantage
This bank-select mechanism has the advantage that the analog data area of 8
words available for the expansion module is increased according to the number of
banks.
Access in the User Program
The switchover to the various banks is made using bits BS0–BS5 in the control
byte of the CP 243-2 (see Section 2.3.4).
The bank select bits are binary coded and select banks as shown below:
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BS5
BS4
BS3
BS2
BS1
BS0
Bank No.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Bank 0 selected
Bank 1 selected
Bank 2 selected
Bank 3 selected
Bank 4 selected
Bank 5 selected
Bank 6 selected
Bank 7 selected
Bank 8 selected
Bank 9 selected
Bank 10 selected
Bank 11 selected
Bank 12 selected
Bank 13 selected
Bank 14 selected
Bank 15 selected
Bank 16 selected
Bank 17 selected
Bank 18 selected
Bank 19 selected
Bank 20 selected
Bank 21 selected
Bank 22 selected
Bank 23 selected
Bank 24 selected
Bank 25 selected
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BS5
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
!
BS4
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
BS3
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
BS2
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
BS1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
BS0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Bank No.
Bank 26 selected
Bank 27 selected
Bank 28 selected
Bank 29 selected
Bank 30 selected
Bank 31 selected
Bank 32 selected
Bank 33 selected
Bank 34 selected
Bank 35 selected
Bank 36 selected
Bank 37 selected
Bank 38 selected
Bank 39 selected
Bank 40 selected
Bank 41 selected
Bank 42 selected
Bank 43 selected
Bank 44 selected
Bank 45 selected
Bank 46 selected
Bank 47 selected
Bank 48 selected
Bank 49 selected
Bank 50 selected
Bank 51 selected
Bank 52 selected
Bank 53 selected
Bank 54 selected
Bank 55 selected
Bank 56 selected
Bank 57 selected
Bank 58 selected
Bank 59 selected
Bank 60 selected
Bank 61 selected
Bank 62 selected
Bank 63 selected
Caution
Make sure that the value of the bank select bits is located not only in the process
output image but that it is also transferred to the CP 243-2 before you access the
corresponding bank (see example in Table 5-1).
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2.5.1
Analog Input Area
Assignment of the Input Areas
The input area of the analog module of the CP 243-2 is mapped to the analog
inputs of the user program using bank selection as shown below:
S7-200 CPU
Analog inputs
CP 243-2
Bank select bits
BS5...BS0
8 AIW
e.g. AIW0..AIW14*)
Memory
assignment
Bank 0
Binary inputs
slave 1 to 31 or
slave 1A to 31A
Bank 1
AS-i diagnostics
(Delta list)
⋅⋅ ⋅
⋅ ⋅
⋅⋅
Bank 2
Response data
Bank 15
Bank 16
reserved
Bank 30
*) The address area depends on
the slot of the CP 243-2 (see
Section 2.2)
Bank 31
⋅⋅
⋅⋅
Binary inputs
slave 1B to 31B
Bank 32
Analog inputs
slave 1 to 31
Bank 47
Bank 48
reserved
Bank 63
Figure 2-4
The bank select bits are set in the control byte of the digital module by the user
program (see Section 2.3.4).
Bank 0: Binary input data of the AS-i slaves 1 to 31 or 1A to 31A
With this analog input words, you can access the binary inputs of the standard
slaves or A slaves (slaves with extended addressing mode).
The structure of the input data is described in Section 3.1.
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Bank 1: Diagnostics on the AS-Interface
The delta list of the AS-i slaves is indicated in this bank.
The delta list contains deviations of the existing AS-i slaves from the configuration
on the CP 243-2.
A set bit can indicate the following:
Missing slaves
Extra slaves (not in the configuration)
Slaves with incorrect I0/ID coding
The delta list is updated both in the configuration and in the protected mode.
The bytes and bits of the delta list are ordered as shown in the table below.
(m: start address of the analog input area of the CP 243-2)
Byte \ Bit Bit 7
Byte m+0 Slave 7
Slave 7A
Byte m+1 Slave 15
Slave 15A
Byte m+2 Slave 23
Slave 23A
Byte m+3 Slave 31
Slave 31A
Byte m+4 Slave 7B
Byte m+5 Slave 15B
Byte m+6 Slave 23B
Byte m+7 Slave 31B
Bit 6
Slave 6
Slave 6A
Slave 14
Slave 14A
Slave 22
Slave 22A
Slave 30
Slave 30A
Slave 6B
Slave 14B
Slave 22B
Slave 30B
Bit 5
Slave 5
Slave 5A
Slave 13
Slave 13A
Slave 21
Slave 21A
Slave 29
Slave 29A
Slave 5B
Slave 13B
Slave 21B
Slave 29B
Bit 4
Slave 4
Slave 4A
Slave 12
Slave 12A
Slave 20
Slave 20A
Slave 28
Slave 28A
Slave 4B
Slave 12B
Slave 20B
Slave 28B
Bit 3
Slave 3
Slave 3A
Slave 11
Slave 11A
Slave 19
Slave 19A
Slave 27
Slave 27A
Slave 3B
Slave 11B
Slave 19B
Slave 27B
Bit 2
Slave 2
Slave 2A
Slave 10
Slave 10A
Slave 18
Slave 18A
Slave 26
Slave 26A
Slave 2B
Slave 10B
Slave 18B
Slave 26B
Bit 1
Slave 1
Slave 1A
Slave 9
Slave 9A
Slave 17
Slave 17A
Slave 25
Slave 25A
Slave 1B
Slave 9B
Slave 17B
Slave 25B
Bit 0
Slave 0
Slave 0A
Slave 8
Slave 8A
Slave 16
Slave 16A
Slave 24
Slave 24A
Slave 0B
Slave 8B
Slave 16B
Slave 24B
Banks 2–15: Response data on the AS-Interface
These banks contain the response data of the command calls. The data structures
used and the codings are described in Section 5.2. The number of banks used
depends on the particular command.
Banks 16–30: Reserved area
These areas are reserved for later expansions and cannot be used.
Bank 31: Binary input data of the AS-i slaves 1B – 31B
Via these analog input words, you have access to the binary inputs of the B slaves
(slaves with the extended addressing mode).
The structure of the input data is described in Section 3.1.
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Banks 32–47: Analog input data of the AS-i slaves
Via these areas, you can access the analog input data of the AS-i slaves that
support the AS-i slave profile 7.3 or 7.4 (see Section 3.1.2).
Banks 48–63: Reserved area
These areas are reserved for later expansions and cannot be used.
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2.5.2
Analog Output Area
Assignment of the Output Areas
The output area of the analog module of the CP 243-2 is mapped to the analog
outputs of the user program using bank selection as shown below:
S7-200 CPU
Analog outputs
CP 243-2
Bank select bits
BS5...BS0
8 AIW
e.g. AIW0..AIW14*)
Bank 0
Bank 1
⋅⋅ ⋅
⋅ ⋅
⋅⋅
Bank 2
Memory
assignment
Binary outputs
slave 1 to 31 or
slave 1A to 31A
reserved
Command data
Bank 15
Bank 16
reserved
Bank 30
*) The address area depends on
the slot of the CP 243-2 (see
Section 2.2)
Bank 31
⋅⋅
⋅⋅
Binary outputs
slave 1B to 31B
Bank 32
Analog outputs
slave 1 to 31
Bank 47
Bank 48
reserved
Bank 63
Figure 2-5
Bank 0: Binary output data of the AS-i slaves 1 to 31 or 1A to 31A
Via these analog output words, you can access the binary outputs of the standard
slaves or A slaves (slaves with the extended addressing mode).
The structure of the output data is described in Section 3.1.
Bank 1: reserved
This area is reserved for later expansions and cannot be used.
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Banks 2–15: Command data on the AS-Interface
Via this area, you can store command calls on the CP 243-2. The data structures
and codes used are described in Section 5.2. The number of banks used depends
on the particular command.
Banks 16–30: Reserved area
These areas are reserved for later expansions and cannot be used.
Bank 31: Binary output data of the AS-i slaves 1B – 31B
Using these analog output words, you can access the binary outputs of the B
slaves (slaves with the extended addressing mode).
The structure of the output data is described in Section 3.1.2.
Banks 32–47: Analog output data of the AS-i slaves
Via these areas, you can access the analog binary outputs of AS-i slaves that
support the AS-i slave profile 7.3 or 7.4 (see Section 3.1.2).
Banks 48–63: Reserved area
These areas are reserved for later expansions and cannot be used.
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3
This chapter explains the AS-i master interface of the CP 243-2. The first part
covers addressing the AS-i slaves and access to the binary data of the slaves.
In the second part, addressing and access to the analog data of the AS-i slaves is
explained.
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3.1
Access to the Binary Data of the AS-i Slaves
3.1.1
Addressing the AS-i Slaves in the User Program
Requirements
Before you can access the I/O data of the AS-i slaves, the following requirements
must be met:
Deactivate the filtering of the analog inputs for the CP 243–2 in the system data
block of the S7–200 CPU.
Set the “PLC_RUN” bit (bit 7) in the digital control byte to ’1’ at the beginning of
the cyclic program.
Access to the I/O data of the slaves is then only allowed when the “CP_Ready”
bit (bit 1) in the digital status byte is set to ’1’.
Access to the Binary Values
The CP 243-2 assigns four bits (a nibble) in the input and output data area for
each AS-i slave. The PLC can write (slave output data) and read (slave input data)
this nibble.
This allows bi-directional slaves to be addressed.
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Assignment of the AS-i Input Data of the Standard or A Slaves (Bank 0 in the
Analog Input Area of the CP)
Bank Byte no.
0
m+0
Bit 7–4
reserved
Bit 3–0
Slave 1 or slave 1A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Slave 2 or slave 2A
Slave 4 or slave 4A
Slave 6 or slave 6A
Slave 8 or slave 8A
Slave 10 or slave 10A
Slave 12 or slave 12A
Slave 14 or slave 14A
Slave 16 or slave 16A
Slave 18 or slave 18A
Slave 20 or slave 20A
Slave 22 or slave 22A
Slave 24 or slave 24A
Slave 26 or slave 26A
Slave 28 or slave 28A
Slave 30 or slave 30A
Slave 3 or slave 3A
Slave 5 or slave 5A
Slave 7 or slave 7A
Slave 9 or slave 9A
Slave 11 or slave 11A
Slave 13 or slave 13A
Slave 15 or slave 15A
Slave 17 or slave 17A
Slave 19 or slave 19A
Slave 21 or slave 21A
Slave 23 or slave 23A
Slave 25 or slave 25A
Slave 27 or slave 27A
Slave 29 or slave 29A
Slave 31 or slave 31A
Bit 3
Bit 3
Bit 3
m+1
m+2
m+3
m+4
m+5
m+6
m+7
m+8
m+9
m+10
m+11
m+12
m+13
m+14
m+15
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
| Bit 2
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
| Bit 0
m = start address of the CP analog module in the input direction
Assignment of the AS-i Output Data of the Standard or A Slaves (Bank 0 in the
Analog Output Area of the CP)
Bank Byte no.
0
n+0
Bit 7–4
reserved
Bit 3–0
Slave 1 or slave 1A
Bit 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
n+1
n+2
n+3
n+4
n+5
n+6
n+7
n+8
n+9
n+10
n+11
n+12
n+13
n+14
n+15
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Slave 2 or slave 2A
Slave 4 or slave 4A
Slave 6 or slave 6A
Slave 8 or slave 8A
Slave 10 or slave 10A
Slave 12 or slave 12A
Slave 14 or slave 14A
Slave 16 or slave 16A
Slave 18 or slave 18A
Slave 20 or slave 20A
Slave 22 or slave 22A
Slave 24 or slave 24A
Slave 26 or slave 26A
Slave 28 or slave 28A
Slave 30 or slave 30A
Slave 3 or slave 3A
Slave 5 or slave 5A
Slave 7 or slave 7A
Slave 9 or slave 9A
Slave 11 or slave 11A
Slave 13 or slave 13A
Slave 15 or slave 15A
Slave 17 or slave 17A
Slave 19 or slave 19A
Slave 21 or slave 21A
Slave 23 or slave 23A
Slave 25 or slave 25A
Slave 27 or slave 27A
Slave 29 or slave 29A
Slave 31 or slave 31A
Bit 3
Bit 3
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
n = start address of the CP analog module in the output direction
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Assignment of the AS-i Input Data of the B Slaves
(Bank 31 in the Analog Input Direction of the CP)
Bank Byte no.
31
m+0
Bit 7–4
reserved
Bit 3–0
Slave 1B
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
Slave 2B
Slave 4B
Slave 6B
Slave 8B
Slave 10B
Slave 12B
Slave 14B
Slave 16B
Slave 18B
Slave 20B
Slave 22B
Slave 24B
Slave 26B
Slave 28B
Slave 30B
Slave 3B
Slave 5B
Slave 7B
Slave 9B
Slave 11B
Slave 13B
Slave 15B
Slave 17B
Slave 19B
Slave 21B
Slave 23B
Slave 25B
Slave 27B
Slave 29B
Slave 31B
Bit 3
m+1
m+2
m+3
m+4
m+5
m+6
m+7
m+8
m+9
m+10
m+11
m+12
m+13
m+14
m+15
Bit 3
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Bit 3
| Bit 2
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
m = start address of the CP analog module in the input direction
Assignment of the AS-i Output Data of the B Slaves
(Bank 31 in the Analog Output Area of the CP)
Bank Byte No.
31
n+0
Bit 7–4
reserved
Bit 3–0
Slave 1B
Bit 3
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
n+1
n+2
n+3
n+4
n+5
n+6
n+7
n+8
n+9
n+10
n+11
n+12
n+13
n+14
n+15
Slave 2B
Slave 4B
Slave 6B
Slave 8B
Slave 10B
Slave 12B
Slave 14B
Slave 16B
Slave 18B
Slave 20B
Slave 22B
Slave 24B
Slave 26B
Slave 28B
Slave 30B
Bit 3
| Bit 2
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Slave 3B
Slave 5B
Slave 7B
Slave 9B
Slave 11B
Slave 13B
Slave 15B
Slave 17B
Slave 19B
Slave 21B
Slave 23B
Slave 25B
Slave 27B
Slave 29B
Slave 31B
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Bit 3
| Bit 2
n = start address of the CP analog module in the output direction
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Data Exchange in the STOP Mode of the S7-22x CPU
In the STOP mode, the S7-22x CPU sets bit PLC_RUN in the digital control area
to “0” automatically. As a result, the CP 243-2 outputs “0” data to all binary slaves.
Special Feature of Analog Slaves
If you use analog slaves complying with profile 7.3 or 7.4 the following points
apply:
In the input direction, the CP 243-2 sets the nibbles assigned to the slaves to
“0”.
In the output direction, the CP 243-2 ignores the nibbles assigned to these
slaves.
Access to the analog data is described in Section 3.1.2.
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Example
Figure 3-1 shows an example of the CP 243-2 addressing four AS-i slaves. In the
example, m = 0 is the start address for the input data and n = 0 is the start address
for the output data.
The bits relevant for the user program (existing AS-i slaves) are shown on a gray
background. The bits on a white background are irrelevant for the user program.
CP 243-2
16 output bytes
16 input bytes
Slave 1
0
Slave 2
1
Bit 3 Bit 2
.
.
.
15
Slave 3
Bit 3
Slave 5
7
AS-i slaves
6
Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
5
4
3
Slave no. 2
4 4I module
I module
2
1
0
Slave no. 3
2 I/2 O module
Slave 3
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Bit 3 Bit 2
Slave 4
2
Slave 31
Slave 30
Slave 2
1
Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Bit 3 Bit 2
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Slave 4
2
Slave 1
0
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Bit 1 Bit 0
Slave 5
.
.
.
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
15
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Slave 30
7
6
Slave no. 4
Slave 31
5
4
3
2
1
0
Slave no. 31
4 O module
4 I/4 O module
Figure 3-1
In the figure above, for example, the 2I/2O module (AS-i slave number 3 with two
inputs and two outputs) occupies bits 0 and 1 in input byte 1 and bits 2 and 3 in
output byte 1.
The assignment of the AS-i terminals of the bus modules to the data bits of the
input/output bytes is shown below based on the example of slave number 3:
1
0
Bit no.
Input byte 1
Terminal 2 on the AS-i bus module
Terminal 1 on the AS-i bus module
3
2
Bit no.
Output byte 1
Terminal 4 on the AS-i bus module
Terminal 3 on the AS-i bus module
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Access to the AS-i User Data
Data Access with STEP 7 Micro
To access the binary data of the slaves, you use the analog transfer commands of
the STEP 7 Micro/WIN32 programming language.
Example
If you want to access individual bits of the slave data, you can use the method
shown in the following sample program.
The example created with STEP 7 Micro/WIN32 is valid for a CPU 222 with a
CP 243-2 plugged in directly beside it:
OB1 (STL)
NETWORK 1
LD SM0.1
SI Q1.7, 1
LD I1.1
CALL 1
//If: bit “First Scan”:
//PLC_RUN = 1
//If: CP 243-2_READY
//Then: AS-i I/O processing (standard or A slaves)
SBR 1 (STL)
NETWORK 1
LD SM0.0
//Always 1
RI Q1.0,6
//Select bank 0
BMW AIW0, VW100, 8
//Transfer standard slaves
SI Q1.0,5
//Select bank 31
BMW AIW0, VW116, 8
//Transfer B slaves
//Below, several examples of access to AS-i bits
LD V100.0
//If bit 1 of slave 1
A
V115.1
//And bit 2 of slave 31
A V116.0
//And bit 1 of slave 1B
=
V203.2
//The bit 3 of slave 7 = 1
LD SM0.0
//Always 1
RI Q1.0,6
//Select bank 0
BMW VW900, AOW0, 8
//Transfer standard slaves
SI Q1.0,5
//Select bank 31
BMW AIW0, AOW0, 8
//Transfer B slaves
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3.2
Access to the Analog Data of the AS-i Slaves
(Slaves complying with Profile 7.3 or 7.4)
3.2.1
Addressing the Analog AS-i Slaves in the User Program
Requirements
Before you can access the I/O data of the AS-i slaves, the following requirements
must be met:
Deactivate the filtering of the analog inputs for the CP 243–2 in the system data
block of the S7–200 CPU.
Set the “PLC_RUN” bit (bit 7) in the digital control byte to ’1’ at the beginning of
the cyclic program.
Access to the I/O data of the slaves is then only allowed when the “CP_Ready”
bit (bit 1) in the digital status byte is set to ’1’.
The following explanations do not apply to analog slaves complying with profile 7.1
or 7.2. Analog value transfer for these slaves is not supported by the CP 243-2.
Access to the Analog Values
The CP 243-2 assigns four words in the input area and four words in the output
area for each AS-i slave. The PLC can write these values (analog outputs) or read
these values (analog inputs).
Assignment of the AS-i Analog Data
Bank
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
3-8
Byte no.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Meaning
Slave 1, channel 1, high byte
Slave 1, channel 1, low byte
Slave 1, channel 2, high byte
Slave 1, channel 2, low byte
Slave 1, channel 3, high byte
Slave 1, channel 3, low byte
Slave 1, channel 4, high byte
Slave 1, channel 4, low byte
Slave 2, channel 1, high byte
Slave 2, channel 1, low byte
Slave 2, channel 2, high byte
Slave 2, channel 2, low byte
Slave 2, channel 3, high byte
Slave 2, channel 3, low byte
Slave 2, channel 4, high byte
Slave 2, channel 4, low byte
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Bank
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
34
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
36
Byte no.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Meaning
Slave 3, channel 1, high byte
Slave 3, channel 1, low byte
Slave 3, channel 2, high byte
Slave 3, channel 2, low byte
Slave 3, channel 3, high byte
Slave 3, channel 3, low byte
Slave 3, channel 4, high byte
Slave 3, channel 4, low byte
Slave 4, channel 1, high byte
Slave 4, channel 1, low byte
Slave 4, channel 2, high byte
Slave 4, channel 2, low byte
Slave 4, channel 3, high byte
Slave 4, channel 3, low byte
Slave 4, channel 4, high byte
Slave 4, channel 4, low byte
Slave 5, channel 1, high byte
Slave 5, channel 1, low byte
Slave 5, channel 2, high byte
Slave 5, channel 2, low byte
Slave 5, channel 3, high byte
Slave 5, channel 3, low byte
Slave 5, channel 4, high byte
Slave 5, channel 4, low byte
Slave 6, channel 1, high byte
Slave 6, channel 1, low byte
Slave 6, channel 2, high byte
Slave 6, channel 2, low byte
Slave 6, channel 3, high byte
Slave 6, channel 3, low byte
Slave 6, channel 4, high byte
Slave 6, channel 4, low byte
Slave 7, channel 1, high byte
Slave 7, channel 1, low byte
Slave 7, channel 2, high byte
Slave 7, channel 2, low byte
Slave 7, channel 3, high byte
Slave 7, channel 3, low byte
Slave 7, channel 4, high byte
Slave 7, channel 4, low byte
Slave 8, channel 1, high byte
Slave 8, channel 1, low byte
Slave 8, channel 2, high byte
Slave 8, channel 2, low byte
Slave 8, channel 3, high byte
Slave 8, channel 3, low byte
Slave 8, channel 4, high byte
Slave 8, channel 4, low byte
Slave 9, channel 1, high byte
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Bank
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
39
39
3-10
Byte no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
Meaning
Slave 9, channel 1, low byte
Slave 9, channel 2, high byte
Slave 9, channel 2, low byte
Slave 9, channel 3, high byte
Slave 9, channel 3, low byte
Slave 9, channel 4, high byte
Slave 9, channel 4, low byte
Slave 10, channel 1, high byte
Slave 10, channel 1, low byte
Slave 10, channel 2, high byte
Slave 10, channel 2, low byte
Slave 10, channel 3, high byte
Slave 10, channel 3, low byte
Slave 10, channel 4, high byte
Slave 10, channel 4, low byte
Slave 11, channel 1, high byte
Slave 11, channel 1, low byte
Slave 11, channel 2, high byte
Slave 11, channel 2, low byte
Slave 11, channel 3, high byte
Slave 11, channel 3, low byte
Slave 11, channel 4, high byte
Slave 11, channel 4, low byte
Slave 12, channel 1, high byte
Slave 12, channel 1, low byte
Slave 12, channel 2, high byte
Slave 12, channel 2, low byte
Slave 12, channel 3, high byte
Slave 12, channel 3, low byte
Slave 12, channel 4, high byte
Slave 12, channel 4, low byte
Slave 13, channel 1, high byte
Slave 13, channel 1, low byte
Slave 13, channel 2, high byte
Slave 13, channel 2, low byte
Slave 13, channel 3, high byte
Slave 13, channel 3, low byte
Slave 13, channel 4, high byte
Slave 13, channel 4, low byte
Slave 14, channel 1, high byte
Slave 14, channel 1, low byte
Slave 14, channel 2, high byte
Slave 14, channel 2, low byte
Slave 14, channel 3, high byte
Slave 14, channel 3, low byte
Slave 14, channel 4, high byte
Slave 14, channel 4, low byte
Slave 15, channel 1, high byte
Slave 15, channel 1, low byte
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Bank
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
42
42
42
Byte no.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
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Meaning
Slave 15, channel 2, high byte
Slave 15, channel 2, low byte
Slave 15, channel 3, high byte
Slave 15, channel 3, low byte
Slave 15, channel 4, high byte
Slave 15, channel 4, low byte
Slave 16, channel 1, high byte
Slave 16, channel 1, low byte
Slave 16, channel 2, high byte
Slave 16, channel 2, low byte
Slave 16, channel 3, high byte
Slave 16, channel 3, low byte
Slave 16, channel 4, high byte
Slave 16, channel 4, low byte
Slave 17, channel 1, high byte
Slave 17, channel 1, low byte
Slave 17, channel 2, high byte
Slave 17, channel 2, low byte
Slave 17, channel 3, high byte
Slave 17, channel 3, low byte
Slave 17, channel 4, high byte
Slave 17, channel 4, low byte
Slave 18, channel 1, high byte
Slave 18, channel 1, low byte
Slave 18, channel 2, high byte
Slave 18, channel 2, low byte
Slave 18, channel 3, high byte
Slave 18, channel 3, low byte
Slave 18, channel 4, high byte
Slave 18, channel 4, low byte
Slave 19, channel 1, high byte
Slave 19, channel 1, low byte
Slave 19, channel 2, high byte
Slave 19, channel 2, low byte
Slave 19, channel 3, high byte
Slave 19, channel 3, low byte
Slave 19, channel 4, high byte
Slave 19, channel 4, low byte
Slave 20, channel 1, high byte
Slave 20, channel 1, low byte
Slave 20, channel 2, high byte
Slave 20, channel 2, low byte
Slave 20, channel 3, high byte
Slave 20, channel 3, low byte
Slave 20, channel 4, high byte
Slave 20, channel 4, low byte
Slave 21, channel 1, high byte
Slave 21, channel 1, low byte
Slave 21, channel 2, high byte
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Bank
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
45
45
45
45
3-12
Byte no.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
Meaning
Slave 21, channel 2, low byte
Slave 21, channel 3, high byte
Slave 21, channel 3, low byte
Slave 21, channel 4, high byte
Slave 21, channel 4, low byte
Slave 22, channel 1, high byte
Slave 22, channel 1, low byte
Slave 22, channel 2, high byte
Slave 22, channel 2, low byte
Slave 22, channel 3, high byte
Slave 22, channel 3, low byte
Slave 22, channel 4, high byte
Slave 22, channel 4, low byte
Slave 23, channel 1, high byte
Slave 23, channel 1, low byte
Slave 23, channel 2, high byte
Slave 23, channel 2, low byte
Slave 23, channel 3, high byte
Slave 23, channel 3, low byte
Slave 23, channel 4, high byte
Slave 23, channel 4, low byte
Slave 24, channel 1, high byte
Slave 24, channel 1, low byte
Slave 24, channel 2, high byte
Slave 24, channel 2, low byte
Slave 24, channel 3, high byte
Slave 24, channel 3, low byte
Slave 24, channel 4, high byte
Slave 24, channel 4, low byte
Slave 25, channel 1, high byte
Slave 25, channel 1, low byte
Slave 25, channel 2, high byte
Slave 25, channel 2, low byte
Slave 25, channel 3, high byte
Slave 25, channel 3, low byte
Slave 25, channel 4, high byte
Slave 25, channel 4, low byte
Slave 26, channel 1, high byte
Slave 26, channel 1, low byte
Slave 26, channel 2, high byte
Slave 26, channel 2, low byte
Slave 26, channel 3, high byte
Slave 26, channel 3, low byte
Slave 26, channel 4, high byte
Slave 26, channel 4, low byte
Slave 27, channel 1, high byte
Slave 27, channel 1, low byte
Slave 27, channel 2, high byte
Slave 27, channel 2, low byte
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Bank
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
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47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
Byte no.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Meaning
Slave 27, channel 3, high byte
Slave 27, channel 3, low byte
Slave 27, channel 4, high byte
Slave 27, channel 4, low byte
Slave 28, channel 1, high byte
Slave 28, channel 1, low byte
Slave 28, channel 2, high byte
Slave 28, channel 2, low byte
Slave 28, channel 3, high byte
Slave 28, channel 3, low byte
Slave 28, channel 4, high byte
Slave 28, channel 4, low byte
Slave 29, channel 1, high byte
Slave 29, channel 1, low byte
Slave 29, channel 2, high byte
Slave 29, channel 2, low byte
Slave 29, channel 3, high byte
Slave 29, channel 3, low byte
Slave 29, channel 4, high byte
Slave 29, channel 4, low byte
Slave 30, channel 1, high byte
Slave 30, channel 1, low byte
Slave 30, channel 2, high byte
Slave 30, channel 2, low byte
Slave 30, channel 3, high byte
Slave 30, channel 3, low byte
Slave 30, channel 4, high byte
Slave 30, channel 4, low byte
Slave 31, channel 1, high byte
Slave 31, channel 1, low byte
Slave 31, channel 2, high byte
Slave 31, channel 2, low byte
Slave 31, channel 3, high byte
Slave 31, channel 3, low byte
Slave 31, channel 4, high byte
Slave 31, channel 4, low byte
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Read access: Read analog input data from AS-i slaves
Write access: Write analog output data to AS-i slaves
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Representation of the Analog Values
The analog values must be interpreted complying with slave profile 7.3 or 7.4 as
16-bit values in two’s complement.
For further information about the range of values, measuring range, accuracy etc.,
refer to the relevant documentation of the analog slaves.
Special Situations
In the input direction, the CP 243-2 supplies the value 7FFFH when,
the AS-i slave does not exist, has failed, or is not an analog slave complying
with profile 7.3 or 7.4;
the channel number is not supported by the slave;
The slave signals “Value Invalid”.
In the input direction, the CP 243-2 supplies the value 0000H when the AS-i slave
supplies transparent data complying with profile 7.3 (extended ID2 code, bit 2=1)
and when
this slave has failed
this slave signals “Value Invalid”.
In the output direction, the CP 243-2 behaves as follows:
In the STOP mode of the PLC (more exactly: bit PLC_RUN = 0), the CP 243-2
stops transfer of the analog values. The reaction of the analog slave depends on
the particular manufacturer.
When the CP 243-2 starts up, all analog values have the default 7FFFH. This value
is, however, only sent after the bit PLC_RUN changes from “0” to “1”.
!
Caution
To ensure the consistency of the analog values, the CP 243-2 does not update the
analog input and analog output values as long as the bank select bit BS5 = 1.
Immediately after a read or write access to the analog values it is best to set all
bank select bits to “0”.
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3.2.2
Access to the AS-i Analog Data
Data Access with STEP 7 Micro
You access the analog data of the AS-i slaves using the analog commands of the
“STEP 7 Micro/WIN32” programming language.
Example
The following example shown in STL is valid for a CPU 222 with a CP 243-2
plugged in directly beside it. The program reads the analog input value of slave 3
(channel 2) cyclically and sends it to the analog output slave 16 (channel 1).
OB1 (STL)
NETWORK 1
LD SM0.1
SI Q1.7, 1
LD I1.1
CALL 4
//If: bit “First Scan”:
//PLC_RUN = 1
//If: CP 243-2_READY
//Then : process AS-i analog values
SBR 4 (STL)
NETWORK 1
LD SM0.0
RI Q1.0,6
SI Q1.5,1
SI Q1.0,1
MOVW AIW10, VW50
RI Q1.0,1
SI Q1.3,1
MOVW VW50, AOW0
RI Q1.0,6
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//Always 1
//Select bank 33
//Select bank 33
//Select bank 33
//Read slave 4, channel 2
//Select bank 40
//Select bank 40
//Write slave 17, channel 1
//Important: deselect the analog bank
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Signaling Errors and Diagnostics in the
User Program
4
This chapter explains which errors of the CP 243-2 are signaled and how to read
out the Delta list.
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Signaling Errors and Diagnostics in the User Program
4.1
Signaling
Error Signaling
If the CP 243-2 recognizes errors on the AS-Interface (AS-i slave failure, AS-i
Power Failure) during operation, it signals these errors by resetting the input data
of the affected slave and by setting the corresponding bit in the error register in the
SM area (Special Memory).
The SM byte addresses depend on the slot of the CP 243-2.
!
Caution
Note that the operating system of the S7-200 CPU does not always update the
error register in the SM area before a program cycle. For this reason, it is possible
that the input data of a binary AS-i slave are set to ’0’ although no error is signaled
in the error register.
If you require a consistent view of the input data, error bits and the delta list for
programming your system, you can achieve this using the “Read Data and Delta
List” command (see Section 5.2.32).
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4.2
Example: Reading the Delta List
STL Example
The following example in STL applies to a CPU 222 with a CP 243-2 plugged in
directly beside it:
If an AS-i configuration error occurs in the protected mode, the CP 243-2 sets bits
SM 9.0 and SM 11.0 (both bits provide the user with the same information: AS-i
configuration errors).
To obtain more detailed information (which slave has failed), you can read in the
delta list via bank 1 of the analog input area (see Section 2.5.1).
Table 4-1
OB1 (STL)
NETWORK 1
LD SM0.1
SI Q1.7, 1
RI Q1.0, 6
LD I1.1
CALL 2
//If: bit “First Scan”:
//PLC_RUN = 1
//Select bank 0
//If: CP_READY
//Then: AS-i diagnostics
SBR 2 (STL)
NETWORK 1
//Read delta list
LD SM0.0
//Always 1
=I Q1.0
//Select bank 1
BMW AIW0, VW316, 4
//Read delta list
NOT
=I Q1.0
//Select bank 0
//Below, there are several accesses to the delta list:
LD V316.1
//If slave 1 has failed
O
V319.7
//Or if slave 31 has failed
=
Q0.0
//Then CPU output bit = 1
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Command Interface
5
Via the command interface, you can control the response of the AS-i master
completely from within your user program.
This chapter introduces you to the AS-i command interface and the AS-i
commands.
You require the AS-i command interface when you want to use functions over and
above pure I/O data exchange with the AS-i slaves (for example assigning
parameters to slaves from within the S7-200 program, modifying slave addresses
etc.).
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Command Interface
5.1
Command interface of the CP 243-2
Command Buffer and Response Buffer
Command calls are made to the CP 243-2 from within the user program. You
specify the command call in a command buffer and start the job.
The command buffer is in the analog output area of the CP 243-2 (for example
starting at AQW0 if the CP 243-2 is plugged in directly beside an S7-200 CPU).
Depending on the command to be executed (see Section 5.2), the response data
occupy banks 2 to 15 in the analog output area of the CP 243-2.
On completion of the job, the job status and any response data are made available
in a response buffer.
The response buffer is in the analog input area of the CP 243-2 (for example
starting at AIW0 if the CP 243-2 is plugged in directly beside an S7-200 CPU).
Depending on the command that was executed, the response data occupy banks 2
to 15 in the analog input area of the CP 243-2.
Requirements
Remember that the following requirements must be met before a command call is
sent from within the user program:
Deactivate the filtering of the analog inputs for the CP 243–2 in the system data
block of the S7–200 CPU.
By setting the bit CP_READY = “1” in the status byte, the CP 243-2 signals
that it is ready for operation after the power supply is turned on.
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Command Interface
Command Sequence
The diagram below shows the following:
How to execute commands in the user program
How the CP 243-2 reacts to a command
AS-i master
(user program)
CP 243-2
(reaction to command)
Set command parameter
in the analog output area
Initial status
Initial status
ASI_COM bit = 0
ASI_RESP bit = 0
ASI_COM bit = 0
ASI_RESP bit = 0
Start command
Set ASI_COM bit = 1
Wait for response
Receives command
Executes command
ASI_RESP bit = ?
Response data valid
Signals command
executed
ASI_RESP bit = 1
detected
Sets ASI_RESP = 1
Evaluate response data
After evaluation, set
ASI_COM = 0
Ready to send command
detected
Detects that
response data
were evaluated
Ready for new command
Sets ASI_RESP = 0
ASI_RESP bit = 0
detected
Figure 5-1
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5-3
Command Interface
A command started by the CP 243-2 is executed completely regardless of the
state of the ASI_COM bit.
The ASI_RESP bit is only reset by the CP 243-2 when the user program has set
the ASI_COM bit to “0”.
Example
The following example in STL applies to a CPU 222 with a CP 243-2 plugged in
directly beside it:
The example shows the sequence of the Read_Lists_and_Flags command.
Command execution is triggered by the positive edge at input 0.0.
To simplify matters, 224 bytes are always transferred to the CP 243-2 in these
examples. When the response is read in from the CP 243-2, 224 bytes are also
transferred. This allows each command to be processed regardless of its length.
Table 5-1
OB1 (STL)
NETWORK 1
LD SM0.1
SI Q1.7, 1
RI Q.0, 6
//If: bit “First Scan”:
//PLC_RUN = 1
//select bank 0
LD I1.1
MOVW 16#3000, VW700
CALL 3
//If: CP_READY
//Enter code “Read_extended_lists”
//Then: SBR 3
Table 5-2
SBR 3 (STL)
NETWORK 1
LD I0.0
EU
AN Q1.6
AN I1.6
RI Q1.0, 6
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW VW700, AQW0, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW VW716, AQW0, 8
RI Q1.0, 2
SI Q1.2, 1
BMW VW732, AQW0, 8
5-4
//Transfer the command data
//If trigger bit
//pos. edge
//ASI_COM
//ASI_RESP
//Select bank 2
//Select bank 2
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 3
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 4
//Select bank 4
//V memory –> bank
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Table 5-2
, continued
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW VW748, AQW0, 8
RI Q1.0, 1
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW VW764, AQW0, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW VW780, AQW0, 8
RI Q1.0, 3
SI Q1.3, 1
BMW VW796, AQW0, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW VW812, AQW0, 8
RI Q1.0, 1
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW VW828, AQW0, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW VW844, AQW0, 8
RI Q1.0, 2
SI Q1.2, 1
BMW VW860, AQW0, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW VW876, AQW0, 8
RI Q1.0, 1
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW VW892, AQW0, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW VW908, AQW0, 8
RI
Q1.0,6
SI Q1.6, 1
//Select bank 5
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 6
//Select bank 6
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 7
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 8
//Select bank 8
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 9
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 10
//Select bank 10
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 11
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 12
//Select bank 12
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 13
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 14
//Select bank 14
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 15
//V memory –> bank
//Select bank 0
//ASI_COM
//Fetch response from CP
LD Q1.6
A
I1.6
RI Q1.0, 6
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW AIW0, VW400, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW AIW0, VW416, 8
RI Q1.0, 2
SI Q1.2, 1
BMW AIW0, VW432, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW AIW0, VW448, 8
RI Q1.0, 1
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW AIW0, VW464, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW AIW0, VW480, 8
RI Q1.0, 3
SI Q1.3, 1
BMW AIW0, VW496, 8
//ASI_COM
//ASI_RESP
//Select bank 2
//Select bank 2
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 3
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 4
//Select bank 4
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 5
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 6
//Select bank 6
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 7
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 8
//Select bank 8
//Bank –> V memory
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SI Q1.0, 1
BMW AIW0, VW512, 8
RI Q1.0, 1
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW AIW0, VW528, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW AIW0, VW544, 8
RI Q1.0, 2
SI Q1.2, 1
BMW AIW0, VW560, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW AIW0, VW576, 8
RI Q1.0, 1
SI Q1.1, 1
BMW AIW0, VW592, 8
SI Q1.0, 1
BMW AIW0, VW608, 8
RI Q1.0, 6
RI Q1.6, 1
5-6
//Select bank 9
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 10
//Select bank 10
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 11
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 12
//Select bank 12
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 13
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 14
//Select bank 14
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 15
//Bank –> V memory
//Select bank 0
//ASI_COM
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5.2
Description of the AS-i Commands
Overview
The following sections describe the AS-i command calls that can be sent by the
S7-200 system to the CP 243-2. With these command calls, the CP 243-2 provides
the complete functionality of the M1 master profile of the AS-i master specification.
In addition to this, the CP 243-2 can be configured completely using command
calls by the S7-200 system.
How to use the jobs is explained in the descriptions of the individual jobs, the PICS
appendix and the detailed explanations in /1/ and /2/.
The commands that can be executed are listed in the following table:
Table 5-3
Parameter
Name
Return
Coding
Set_Permanent_Parameter
–> described in Section 5.2.1
Slave address,
parameter
00H
Get_Permanent_Parameter
–> described in Section 5.2.2
Slave address
Parameter
01H
Write_Parameter
–> described in Section 5.2.3
Slave address,
parameter
Parameter echo
(optional)
02H
Read_Parameter
–> described in Section 5.2.4
Slave address
Parameter value
03H
Store_Actual_Parameters
–> described in Section 5.2.5
04H
Set_Extended_Permanent_Configuration
–> described in Section 5.2.6
Slave address,
configuration
Get_Extended_Permanent_Configuration
–> described in Section 5.2.7
Slave address
25H
specified configuration
Store_Actual_Configuration
–> described in Section 5.2.8
26H
07H
Get_Extended_Actual_Configuration
–> described in Section 5.2.9
AS-i slave address
Set_Extended_LPS
–> described in Section 5.2.10
LPS
29H
Set_Offline_Mode
–> described in Section 5.2.11
Mode
0AH
Select_Autoprogramming
–> described in Section 5.2.12
Mode
0BH
Set_Operation_Mode
–> described in Section 5.2.13
Mode
0CH
Change_AS-i_Slave_Address
–> described in Section 5.2.14
Address 1,
Address2
0DH
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Name
Return
Coding
Error record of the AS-i
slave
0FH
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
–> described in Section 5.2.16
LDS, LAS, LPS, flags
30H
Get_Extended_Total_Configuration
–> described in Section 5.2.17
Actual configuration data
actual parameters
LAS, flags
39H
Get_AS-i_Slave_Status
–> described in Section 5.2.15
Parameter
Slave address
Store_Extended_Total_Configuration
–> described in Section 5.2.18
Total
configuration
3AH
Write_Extended_Parameter_List
–> described in Section 5.2.19
Parameter list
3CH
Read_Extended_Parameter_Echo_List
–> described in Section 5.2.20
Parameter echo list
33H
Read_Version_ID
–> described in Section 5.2.21
Version string
14H
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID
–> described in Section 5.2.22
Slave address
ID code
17H
Read_AS-i_Slave_Extended_ID1
–> described in Section 5.2.23
Slave address
Extended ID1 code
37H
Write_AS-i_Slave_Extended_ID1
–> described in Section 5.2.24
Extended ID1 code
Read_AS-i_Slave_Extended_ID2
–> described in Section 5.2.25
Slave address
Extended ID2 code
38H
Read_AS-i_Slave_I/O
–> described in Section 5.2.26
Slave address
I/O configuration
18H
LPF
3EH
Read_I/O_Error_List
–> described in Section 5.2.27
3FH
Write_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String
–> described in Section 5.2.28
Slave address,
parameter string
Read_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String
–> described in Section 5.2.29
Slave address
Parameter string
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID_String
–> described in Section 5.2.30
Slave address
ID string
Read_AS-i_Slave_Diagnostic_String
–> described in Section 5.2.31
Slave address
Diagnostic string
Read_Data_and_Delta_List
–> described in Section 5.2.32
none
Error bits
Input data
Delta list
5-8
40H
41H
42H
43H
1DH
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General Structure of the Command Buffer
Depending on the command, the command buffer can extend over a maximum of
14 banks (bank 2–15 in the analog module) with a maximum of 224 bytes.
In the following description of the command interface, the start address 0 is
assumed for the analog input module of the CP to simplify byte numbering.
Table 5-4
Bank
Byte
Meaning / Content
2
0
Command number
1
Parameters for job
2
Parameters for job
3
Parameters for job
4
Parameters for job
5
Parameters for job
6
Parameters for job
7
Parameters for job
8
Parameters for job
9
Parameters for job
10
Parameters for job
11
Parameters for job
12
Parameters for job
13
Parameters for job
14
Parameters for job
15
Parameters for job
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
15
0
Parameters for job
:
:
15
Parameters for job
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General Structure of the Response Buffer
Depending on the command, the response buffer can extend over a maximum of
14 banks (bank 2–15 in the analog module) and a maximum of 224 bytes.
In the following description of the command interface, the start address 0 is
assumed for the analog output module of the CP to simplify byte numbering.
Table 5-5
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Bank
Byte
Meaning / Content
2
0
Command number (echo)
1
Command status
2
Response data
3
Response data
4
Response data
5
Response data
6
Response data
7
Response data
8
Response data
9
Response data
10
Response data
11
Response data
12
Response data
13
Response data
14
Response data
15
Response data
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
15
0
Response data
:
:
15
Response data
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Command Status
Whether or not the job was executed correctly or errors occurred is signaled in the
command status of the response buffer in byte 1.
Table 5-6
Meaning
Value
00 H
Job completed without error
81 H
The AS-i slave address is incorrect
82 H
The AS-i slave is not activated (not in LAS).
83 H
Error on AS-Interface.
84 H
Command not permitted in the current status of the AS-i master.
85 H
An AS-i slave with address 0 exists.
86 H
The AS-i slave has illegal configuration data (I/O or ID codes).
A1 H
The addressed AS-i slave was not found on the AS-Interface.
A2 H
An AS-i slave with address 0 exists.
A3 H
An AS-i slave with the new address already exists on the AS-Interface.
A4 H
The AS-i slave address cannot be deleted.
A5 H
The AS-i slave address cannot be set.
A6 H
The AS-i slave address cannot be stored permanently.
A7 H
Error reading the extended ID1 code.
A8 H
The target address is not plausible (for example a B slave address was
used for a standard slave).
B1 H
A length error has occurred transferring a string according to profile 7.4.
B2 H
A protocol error has occurred transferring a string according to profile
7.4.
F8 H
The job number or the job parameter is unknown.
F9 H
The AS-i master has detected an EEPROM error.
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General Structure of the AS-i Slave Address
If an AS-i slave is addressed in a command or in a reply, the address is structured
as shown below:
Bit 7
Bit 5 Bit 4
S bit
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Where the S(elect) bit for selecting the slave type is specified as follows:
S bit = 0
Standard AS-i slave or AS-i slave with extended addressing mode in address
area A
S bit = 1
AS-i slave with extended addressing mode in address area B
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5.2.1
Set_Permanent_Parameter
Purpose
With this call, a parameter value for the specified AS-i slave is transferred to the
CP 243-2 . The value is saved permanently as a configured value.
The configured parameter is not transferred immediately to the AS-i slave by the
CP 243-2. The configured parameter value is only transferred when the AS-i slave
is activated after turning on the power supply on the CP 243-2.
This call is not permitted for AS-i slaves that comply with the AS-i slave standard
profile 7.4. For these AS-i slaves, the AS-i master handles the AS-i slave
parameter assignment itself. In this case, the configured parameters are always
set to F H.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
2
0
Command number: 00 H
2
1
AS-i slave address
2
2
irrelevant
Bit 0
Parameter
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 00 H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.2
Get_Permanent_Parameter
Purpose
With this call, a slave-specific parameter value stored on the EEPROM of the
CP 243-2 is read.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 01 H
2
1
AS-i slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
5-14
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
2
0
Echo of the command number: 01 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
irrelevant
Parameter
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5.2.3
Write_Parameter
Purpose of the Command
The AS-i parameter value transferred with the command is passed on to the
addressed AS-i slave.
The parameter is stored on the CP 243-2 only temporarily and is not entered as a
configured parameter in the EEPROM!
The AS-i slave transfers its current parameter value in the reply (parameter echo).
This can deviate from the value that has just been written according to the AS-i
master specification (/2/). The AS-i slave response is supplied as a parameter
echo in the receive buffer.
This call is not permitted for AS-i slaves that comply with the AS-i slave standard
profile 7.4. For these slaves, the AS-i master handles the AS-i slave parameter
assignment itself.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
2
0
2
1
2
2
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
Command number: 02 H
AS-i slave address
irrelevant
Parameter
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
2
0
Echo of the command number: 02 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Parameter echo
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5.2.4
Read_Parameter
Purpose
This call returns the current parameter value (actual parameter) of a slave.
This value must not be confused with the parameter echo that is supplied by the
AS-i slave as a reply to the write_parameter job.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 03 H
2
1
AS-i slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
5-16
2
0
2
1
2
2
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
Echo of the command number: 03 H
Command status
irrelevant
Parameter
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Store_Actual_Parameters
Purpose
This call overwrites the permanently stored configured parameters with the actual
parameters, in other words the parameters are reconfigured.
For AS-i slaves that comply with the AS-i slave standard profile 7.4, the AS-i
master manages the AS-i slave parameter assignment itself. The configured
parameters for these AS-i slaves always have the value F H.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 04 H
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 04 H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.6
Set_Extended_Permanent_Configuration
Purpose
This call sets the following configuration data for the addressed AS-i slave.
I/O configuration
ID code
Extended ID1 code
Extended ID2 code
The configuration data are stored permanently on the EEPROM of the CP 243-2
and are used as the expected configuration by the AS-i master in the protected
mode. The configuration data are specified by the manufacturer of the AS-i slave.
The meaning of the configuration data is described in /2/.
If the addressed AS-i slave does not support an extended ID code 1/2, the value F
H must be specified.
When executing this command, the AS-i master changes to the offline phase and
then changes back to normal operation (restart on the AS-i master). This call is not
executed in the protected mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
2
0
Command number 25 H
2
1
2
2
ID code
I/O configuration
2
3
Extended ID1 code
Extended ID2 code
Slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
5-18
Bit 4 Bit 3
2
0
Echo of the command number: 25 H
2
1
Command status
Bit 0
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Get_Extended_Permanent_Configuration
Purpose
This call reads the following configuration data (configured data) of an addressed
AS-i slave stored on the EEPROM of the AS-i master.
I/O configuration
ID code
Extended ID1 code
Extended ID2 code
The configuration data are specified by the manufacturer of the AS-i slave. The
meaning of the configuration data is described in /2/.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number 26 H
2
1
Slave address
Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
2
0
Echo of the command number: 26 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
ID code
I/O configuration
2
3
Extended ID1 code
Extended ID2 code
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Store_Actual_Configuration
Purpose of the Command
With this call, the (actual) configuration data (I/O configuration, ID code, extended
ID1 code and extended ID2 code) of all AS-i slaves are stored permanently in the
EEPROM as the (expected) configuration data. The list of activated AS-i slaves
(LAS) is adopted in the list of permanent AS-i slaves (LPS).
When this command is executed, the AS-i master changes to the offline phase and
then changes back to the normal mode (warm restart on the AS-i master).
The call is not executed in the protected mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 07 H
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
5-20
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 07 H
2
1
Command status
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Get_Extended_Actual_Configuration
Purpose of the Command
With this call, the following configuration data of an addressed AS-i slave obtained
by the AS-i master on the AS-Interface are read.
I/O configuration
ID code
Extended ID1 code
Extended ID2 code
The configuration data are specified by the manufacturer of the AS-i slave. The
meaning of the configuration data is described in /2/.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
2
0
Command number 28 H
2
1
Slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
2
0
2
1
2
2
ID code
I/O configuration
2
3
Extended ID1 code
Extended ID2 code
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Command status
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5.2.10
Set_Extended_LPS
Purpose
With this call, the list of configured AS-i slaves is transferred for permanent storage
in the EEPROM.
When this command is executed, the AS-i master changes to the offline phase and
then changes back to the normal mode (warm restart on the AS-i master).
The call is not executed in the protected mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
2
0
29 H
2
1
2
2
slave 0
slave 1
slave 2
slave 3
slave 4
slave 5
slave 6
slave 7
2
3
slave 8
slave 9
slave 10
slave 11
slave 12
slave 13
slave 14
slave 15
2
4
slave 16
slave 17
slave 18
slave 19
slave 20
slave 21
slave 22
slave 23
2
5
slave 24
slave 25
slave 26
slave 27
slave 28
slave 29
slave 30
slave 31
2
6
reserv.
slave 1B
slave 2B
slave 3B
slave 4B
slave 5B
slave 6B
slave 7B
2
7
slave 8B
slave 9B
slave
10B
slave
11B
slave
12B
slave
13B
slave
14B
slave
15B
2
8
slave
16B
slave
17B
slave
18B
slave
19B
slave
20B
slave
21B
slave
22B
slave
23B
2
9
slave
24B
slave
25B
slave
26B
slave
27B
slave
28B
slave
29B
slave
30B
slave
31B
00 H
In the LPS data, 0 means AS-i slave not configured, 1 means AS-i slave
configured.
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
5-22
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 29 H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.11
Set_Offline_Mode
Purpose
This call switches between the online and offline mode.
The online mode is the normal situation for the CP 243-2. Here, the following
jobs are processed cyclically:
During the data exchange phase, the fields of the output data are transferred to
the slave outputs for all slaves in the LAS. The addressed slaves transfer the
values of the slave inputs to the master when the transfer was free of errors.
This is followed by the inclusion phase in which there is a search for the existing
AS-i slaves and newly added AS-i slaves are entered in the LDS or LAS.
In the management phase, jobs from the user such as writing parameters are
executed.
In the offline mode, the CP 243-2 only processes jobs from the user. (Jobs that
involve the immediate addressing of an AS-i slave are rejected with an error.)
There is no cyclic data exchange with the AS-i slaves.
The OFFLINE=TRUE bit is not permanently stored; in other words, following a
warm/hot restart, the CP 243-2 is once again in the online mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
2
0
2
1
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 1
Bit 0
Command number: 0A H
reserved
Mode
(0=online
1=offline)
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 0A H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.12
Select_Autoprogramming
Purpose
This call can enable or disable the “automatic address programming” function (see
also Section 6.1).
The AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE bit is stored permanently; in other words it is retained
after a warm/hot restart on the AS-i master.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
2
0
2
1
Bit 1
Bit 0
Command number: 0B H
reserved
Value for AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE
1=Automatic address programming
enabled
0=Automatic address programming
disabled
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
5-24
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 0B H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.13
Set_Operation_Mode
Purpose of the Command
With this call, you can select between the configuration mode and the protected
mode.
In the protected mode, only AS-i slaves are activated that are entered in the LPS
and whose expected and actual configurations match, in other words when the I/O
configuration and ID codes of the detected AS-i slaves are identical to the
configured values.
In the configuration mode, all detected AS-i slaves (except for slave address “0”)
are activated. This also applies to AS-i slaves in which there are differences
between the expected and actual configuration.
The “OPERATION MODE” bit is saved permanently in the EEPROM, i.e. it is
retained following a startup/restart.
When changing from the configuration mode to the protected mode, the CP 243-2
is restarted (transition to the offline phase followed by switchover to the online
mode).
Note
If an AS-i slave with the address “0” is connected, the CP 243-2 cannot switch
from the configuration mode to the protected mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 0C H
2
1
Operating mode
protected mode: 00H
configuration mode: 01H
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 0C H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.14
Change_AS-i_Slave_Address
Purpose of the Command
With this call, the address of an AS-i slave can be modified.
This call is mainly used to add a new AS-i slave with the default address 0 to the
AS-Interface. In this case, the address is changed from the old slave address (0)
to the new slave address.
This change can only be made when the following conditions are fulfilled:
1. A slave with the “old slave address” exists.
2. If the old slave address is not equal to 0, then a slave with address 0 cannot be
connected at the same time.
3. The “AS-i slave address new” must have a valid value.
4. An AS-i slave with “slave address new” must not exist.
Note
When the slave address is changed, the AS-i slave is not reset, in other words the
output data of the AS-i slave are retained until new data are received at the new
address.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 0D H
2
1
Slave address old
2
2
Slave address new
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
5-26
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 0D H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.15
Get_AS-i_Slave_Status
Purpose
With this call, the status register of the addressed AS-i slave can be read out.
Depending on the type of AS-i slave, the flags of the status register have the
following meaning:
Status
Bit
AS-i slave complying with standard 2.0
S0
Address volatile
S1
This flag is set
when the internal AS-i slave routine for permanent storage of the AS-i slave
address is active. This can take up to 15 ms and must not be interrupted by a
further addressing call.
when the AS-i internal slave address comparison recognizes that the stored
address is not the same as the entry in the address register.
Parity error detected
I/O error detected
S2
AS-i slave complying with standard
2.1
“Address/ID code volatile”
This flag is set when the AS-i slave has
recognized a parity error in a received
frame since the last “read and delete
status” job.
An AS-i slave can set this flag when
it has detected and error (for
example wire break) in the attached
I/Os.
End bit error detected
reserved
This flag is set when the AS-i slave has
recognized an end bit error in a frame
since the last “read and delete status” job.
S3
Read error in non-volatile memory
This bit is set when the AS-i slave has detected a read error when reading the
non-volatile memory.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 0F H
2
1
AS-i slave address
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Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
5-28
2
0
2
1
2
2
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Echo of the command number: 0F H
Command status
reserved
S3
S2
S1
S0
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Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
Purpose
With this call, the following entries are read out of the AS-i master CP 243-2:
The list of active AS-i slaves (LAS)
The list of detected AS-i slaves (LDS)
The list of permanent AS-i slaves (LPS)
The flags according to the AS-i specification
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 30 H
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4 Bit 3
2
0
30H
2
1
Command status
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
2
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
LAS
slave 0
LAS
slave 8
LAS
slave 1
LAS
slave 9
LAS
slave 2
LAS
slave 10
LAS
slave 3
LAS
slave 11
LAS
slave 4
LAS
slave 12
LAS
slave 5
LAS
slave 13
LAS
slave 6
LAS
slave 14
LAS
slave 7
LAS
slave 15
LAS
slave 16
LAS
slave 24
LAS
slave 17
LAS
slave 25
LAS
slave 18
LAS
slave 26
LAS
slave 19
LAS
slave 27
LAS
slave 20
LAS
slave 28
LAS
slave 21
LAS
slave 29
LAS
slave 22
LAS
slave 30
LAS
slave 23
LAS
slave 31
6
reserv.
LAS
slave 1B
LAS
slave 2B
LAS
slave 3B
LAS
slave 4B
LAS
slave 5B
LAS
slave 6B
LAS
slave 7B
2
7
LAS
slave 8B
LAS
slave 9B
2
8
2
9
2
10
LAS
slave
16B
LAS
slave
24B
LDS
slave 0
LAS
slave
17B
LAS
slave
25B
LDS
slave 1
LAS
slave
10B
LAS
slave
18B
LAS
slave
26B
LDS
slave 2
LAS
slave
11B
LAS
slave
19B
LAS
slave
27B
LDS
slave 3
LAS
slave
12B
LAS
slave
20B
LAS
slave
28B
LDS
slave 4
LAS
slave
13B
LAS
slave
21B
LAS
slave
29B
LDS
slave 5
LAS
slave
14B
LAS
slave
22B
LAS
slave
30B
LDS
slave 6
LAS
slave
15B
LAS
slave
23B
LAS
slave
31B
LDS
slave 7
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LDS
slave 8
LDS
slave 16
LDS
slave 9
LDS
slave 17
LDS
slave 10
LDS
slave 18
LDS
slave 11
LDS
slave 19
LDS
slave 12
LDS
slave 20
LDS
slave 13
LDS
slave 21
LDS
slave 14
LDS
slave 22
LDS
slave 15
LDS
slave 23
2
12
2
13
LDS
slave 24
reserv.
LDS
slave 25
LDS
slave 1B
LDS
slave 26
LDS
slave 2B
LDS
slave 27
LDS
slave 3B
LDS
slave 28
LDS
slave 4B
LDS
slave 29
LDS
slave 5B
LDS
slave 30
LDS
slave 6B
LDS
slave 31
LDS
slave 7B
2
14
2
15
LDS
slave 8B
LDS
slave 9B
2
16
2
17
3
0
3
1
LDS
slave
16B
LDS
slave
24B
LPS
slave 0
LPS
slave 8
LDS
slave
17B
LDS
slave
25B
LPS
slave 1
LPS
slave 9
LDS
slave
10B
LDS
slave
18B
LDS
slave
26B
LPS
slave 2
LPS
slave 10
LDS
slave
11B
LDS
slave
19B
LDS
slave
27B
LPS
slave 3
LPS
slave 11
LDS
slave
12B
LDS
slave
20B
LDS
slave
28B
LPS
slave 4
LPS
slave 12
LDS
slave
13B
LDS
slave
21B
LDS
Slave
29B
LPS
slave 5
LPS
slave 13
LDS
slave
14B
LDS
slave
22B
LDS
slave
30B
LPS
slave 6
LPS
slave 14
LDS
slave
15B
LDS
slave
23B
LDS
slave
31B
LPS
slave 7
LPS
slave 15
3
2
LPS
slave 16
LPS
slave 17
LPS
slave 18
LPS
slave 19
LPS
slave 20
LPS
slave 21
LPS
slave 22
LPS
slave 23
3
3
3
4
LPS
slave 24
reserv.
LPS
slave 25
LPS
slave 1B
LPS
slave 26
LPS
slave 2B
LPS
slave 27
LPS
slave 3B
LPS
slave 28
LPS
slave 4B
LPS
slave 29
LPS
slave 5B
LPS
slave 30
LPS
slave 6B
LPS
slave 31
LPS
slave 7B
3
5
LPS
slave 8B
LPS
slave 9B
3
6
3
7
LPS
slave
16B
LPS
slave
24B
LPS
slave
17B
LPS
slave
25B
LPS
slave
10B
LPS
slave
18B
LPS
slave
26B
LPS
slave
13B
LPS
slave
21B
LPS
slave
29B
LPS
slave
14B
LPS
slave
22B
LPS
slave
30B
LPS
slave
15B
LPS
slave
23B
LPS
slave
31B
3
3
8
9
Flag 1
Bit Number
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
5-30
LPS
LPS
slave
slave
11B
12B
LPS
LPS
slave
slave
19B
20B
LPS
LPS
slave
slave
27B
28B
Flag 1
Flag 2
Flag 2
Meaning
OFFLINE_READY
APF
NORMAL_MODE
CONFIG_MODE
AUTO_ADDR_AVAIL
AUTO_ADDR_ASSIGN
LDS_0
CONFIG_OK
Bit Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Meaning
OFFLINE
reserved
EEPROM_OK
AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE
PERIPHERY_FAULT
reserved
reserved
reserved
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Meaning of the Flags
OFFLINE_READY
The flag is set when the offline phase is active.
APF
This flag is set when the voltage on the AS-i cable is too low.
NORMAL_MODE
This flag is set when the CP 243-2 is in the normal mode.
CONFIG_MODE
The flag is set in the configuration mode and reset in the protected mode.
AUTO_ADDR_AVAIL
This flag is set when the automatic address programming can be executed
(in other words exactly one slave is currently out of operation).
AUTO_ADDR_ASSIGN
This flag is set when the automatic address programming is possible (in
other words AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE = 1 and there is no “incorrect” slave
connected to the AS-i cable).
LDS_0
This flag is set when a slave exists with address 0.
CONFIG_OK
This flag is set when the desired (configured) and actual configuration
match.
OFFLINE
This flag is set when the CP is to change to the OFFLINE mode or is
already in this mode.
EEPROM_OK
This flag is set when the test of the internal EEPROM did not detect any
errors.
AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE
This flag indicates whether the automatic address programming is enabled
(BIT = 1) or disabled (BIT = 0) by the user.
INTERNAL
This flag is always set.
PERIPHERY_FAULT
This flag is set when at least one AS-i slave is signaling a peripheral fault.
MPO startup
The “master_power_on_startup” flag is set after the power supply of the
AS-i master has been turned on. If the master is later
changed to OFFLINE, the bit is reset.
meaning of the bits in the lists:
Bit = 0:
AS-i slave is not activated (detected, configured)
Bit = 1:
AS-i slave is activated (detected, configured)
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Get_Extended_Total_Configuration
Purpose
With this command, the following data are read from the CP 243-2:
The list of active slaves (LAS). This indicates which of the connected slaves are
activated.
The current configuration data of the connected slaves (I/O configuration and ID
code).
The current parameters of the slaves (actual parameters).
The current flags.
This command can, for example, be used to find out the configuration of the
stations connected to the AS-i cable after installation. The configuration data read
in can, if necessary, be modified and saved on the CP 242-8 as the expected
configuration using the command ‘Store_Extended_Total_Configuration’ (see
Section 5.2.18).
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 39 H
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
2
2
0
1
2
2
LAS
slave 0
LAS
slave 1
LAS
slave 2
LAS
slave 3
2
3
LAS
slave 8
LAS
slave 9
LAS
slave 10
2
4
LAS
slave 16
LAS
slave 17
2
5
LAS
slave 24
2
6
2
7
Bit 7
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Bit 6
Bit 5
Meaning
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
LAS
slave 4
LAS
slave 5
LAS
slave 6
LAS
slave 7
LAS
slave 11
LAS
slave 12
LAS
slave 13
LAS
slave 14
LAS
slave 15
LAS
slave 18
LAS
slave 19
LAS
slave 20
LAS
slave 21
LAS
slave 22
LAS
slave 23
LAS
slave 25
LAS
slave 26
LAS
slave 27
LAS
slave 28
LAS
slave 29
LAS
slave 30
LAS
slave 31
reserv.
LAS
slave 1B
LAS
slave 2B
LAS
slave 3B
LAS
slave 4B
LAS
slave 5B
LAS
slave 6B
LAS
slave 7B
LAS
slave 8B
LAS
slave 9B
LAS
slave
10B
LAS
slave
11B
LAS
slave
12B
LAS
slave
13B
LAS
slave
14B
LAS
slave
15B
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2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
LAS
slave
16B
LAS
slave
24B
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LAS
slave
slave
17B
18B
LAS
LAS
slave
slave
25B
26B
ID_CODE slave 0
Ext ID1 slave 0
ID_CODE slave 1
Ext ID1 slave 1
ID_CODE slave 2
Ext ID1 slave 2
ID_CODE slave 3
Ext ID1 slave 3
ID_CODE slave 4
Ext ID1 slave 4
ID_CODE slave 5
Ext ID1 slave 5
ID_CODE slave 6
Ext ID1 slave 6
ID_CODE slave 7
Ext ID1 slave 7
ID_CODE slave 8
Ext ID1 slave 8
ID_CODE slave 9
Ext ID1 slave 9
ID_CODE slave 10
Ext ID1 slave 10
ID_CODE slave 11
Ext ID1 slave 11
ID_CODE slave 12
Ext ID1 slave 12
ID_CODE slave 13
Ext ID1 slave 13
ID_CODE slave 14
Ext ID1 slave 14
ID_CODE slave 15
Ext ID1 slave 15
ID_CODE slave 16
Ext ID1 slave 16
ID_CODE slave 17
Ext ID1 slave 17
ID_CODE slave 18
Ext ID1 slave 18
ID_CODE slave 19
Ext ID1 slave 19
ID_CODE slave 20
Ext ID1 slave 20
ID_CODE slave 21
Ext ID1 slave 21
LAS
slave
19B
LAS
slave
27B
LAS
slave
20B
LAS
slave
28B
LAS
LAS
slave
slave
21B
22B
LAS
LAS
slave
slave
29B
30B
I/O configuration slave 0
Ext ID2 slave 0
I/O configuration slave 1
Ext ID2 slave 1
I/O configuration slave 2
Ext ID2 slave 2
I/O configuration slave 3
Ext ID2 slave 3
I/O configuration slave 4
Ext ID2 slave 4
I/O configuration slave 5
Ext ID2 slave 5
I/O configuration slave 6
Ext ID2 slave 6
I/O configuration slave 7
Ext ID2 slave 7
I/O configuration slave 8
Ext ID2 slave 8
I/O configuration slave 9
Ext ID2 slave 9
I/O configuration slave 10
Ext ID2 slave 10
I/O configuration slave 11
Ext ID2 slave 11
I/O configuration slave 12
Ext ID2 slave 12
I/O configuration slave 13
Ext ID2 slave 13
I/O configuration slave 14
Ext ID2 slave 14
I/O configuration slave 15
Ext ID2 slave 15
I/O configuration slave 16
Ext ID2 slave 16
I/O configuration slave 17
Ext ID2 slave 17
I/O configuration slave 18
Ext ID2 slave 18
I/O configuration slave 19
Ext ID2 slave 19
I/O configuration slave 20
Ext ID2 slave 20
I/O configuration slave 21
Ext ID2 slave 21
LAS
slave
23B
LAS
slave
31B
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5
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6
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6
6
6
6
7
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7
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7
7
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8
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7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
ID_CODE slave 22
Ext ID1 slave 22
ID_CODE slave 23
Ext ID1 slave 23
ID_CODE slave 24
Ext ID1 slave 24
ID_CODE slave 25
Ext ID1 slave 25
ID_CODE slave 26
Ext ID1 slave 26
ID_CODE slave 27
Ext ID1 slave 27
ID_CODE slave 28
Ext ID1 slave 28
ID_CODE slave 29
Ext ID1 slave 29
ID_CODE slave 30
Ext ID1 slave 30
ID_CODE slave 31
Ext ID1 slave 31
reserved
reserved
ID_CODE slave 1B
Ext ID1 slave 1B
ID_CODE slave 2B
Ext ID1 slave 2B
ID_CODE slave 3B
Ext ID1 slave 3B
ID_CODE slave 4B
Ext ID1 slave 4B
ID_CODE slave 5B
Ext ID1 slave 5B
ID_CODE slave 6B
Ext ID1 slave 6B
ID_CODE slave 7B
Ext ID1 slave 7B
ID_CODE slave 8B
Ext ID1 slave 8B
ID_CODE slave 9B
Ext ID1 slave 9B
ID_CODE slave 10B
Ext ID1 slave 10B
ID_CODE slave 11B
Ext ID1 slave 11B
ID_CODE slave 12B
Ext ID1 slave 12B
ID_CODE slave 13B
Ext ID1 slave 13B
ID_CODE slave 14B
Ext ID1 slave 14B
I/O configuration slave 22
Ext ID2 slave 22
I/O configuration slave 23
Ext ID2 slave 23
I/O configuration slave 24
Ext ID2 slave 24
I/O configuration slave 25
Ext ID2 slave 25
I/O configuration slave 26
Ext ID2 slave 26
I/O configuration slave 27
Ext ID2 slave 27
I/O configuration slave 28
Ext ID2 slave 28
I/O configuration slave 29
Ext ID2 slave 29
I/O configuration slave 30
Ext ID2 slave 30
I/O configuration slave 31
Ext ID2 slave 31
reserved
reserved
I/O configuration slave 1B
Ext ID2 slave 1B
I/O configuration slave 2B
Ext ID2 slave 2B
I/O configuration slave 3B
Ext ID2 slave 3B
I/O configuration slave 4B
Ext ID2 slave 4B
I/O configuration slave 5B
Ext ID2 slave 5B
I/O configuration slave 6B
Ext ID2 slave 6B
I/O configuration slave 7B
Ext ID2 slave 7B
I/O configuration slave 8B
Ext ID2 slave 8B
I/O configuration slave 9B
Ext ID2 slave 9B
I/O configuration slave 10B
Ext ID2 slave 10B
I/O configuration slave 11B
Ext ID2 slave 11B
I/O configuration slave 12B
Ext ID2 slave 12B
I/O configuration slave 13B
Ext ID2 slave 13B
I/O configuration slave 14B
Ext ID2 slave 14B
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9
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9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
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10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ID_CODE slave 15B
Ext ID1 slave 15B
ID_CODE slave 16B
Ext ID1 slave 16B
ID_CODE slave 17B
Ext ID1 slave 17B
ID_CODE slave 18B
Ext ID1 slave 18B
ID_CODE slave 19B
Ext ID1 slave 19B
ID_CODE slave 20B
Ext ID1 slave 20B
ID_CODE slave 21B
Ext ID1 slave 21B
ID_CODE slave 22B
Ext ID1 slave 22B
ID_CODE slave 23B
Ext ID1 slave 23B
ID_CODE slave 24B
Ext ID1 slave 24B
ID_CODE slave 25B
Ext ID1 slave 25B
ID_CODE slave 26B
Ext ID1 slave 26B
ID_CODE slave 27B
Ext ID1 slave 27B
ID_CODE slave 28B
Ext ID1 slave 28B
ID_CODE slave 29B
Ext ID1 slave 29B
ID_CODE slave 30B
Ext ID1 slave 30B
ID_CODE slave 31B
Ext ID1 slave 31B
reserved
Parameter slave 2
Parameter slave 4
Parameter slave 6
Parameter slave 8
Parameter slave 10
Parameter slave 12
Parameter slave 14
Parameter slave 16
Parameter slave 18
Parameter slave 20
Parameter slave 22
Parameter slave 24
Parameter slave 26
Parameter slave 28
Parameter slave 30
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Ext ID2 slave 15B
I/O configuration slave 16B
Ext ID2 slave 16B
I/O configuration slave 17B
Ext ID2 slave 17B
I/O configuration slave 18B
Ext ID2 slave 18B
I/O configuration slave 19B
Ext ID2 slave 19B
I/O configuration slave 20B
Ext ID2 slave 20B
I/O configuration slave 21B
Ext ID2 slave 21B
I/O configuration slave 22B
Ext ID2 slave 22B
I/O configuration slave 23B
Ext ID2 slave 23B
I/O configuration slave 24B
Ext ID2 slave 24B
I/O configuration slave 25B
Ext ID2 slave 25B
I/O configuration slave 26B
Ext ID2 slave 26B
I/O configuration slave 27B
Ext ID2 slave 27B
I/O configuration slave 28B
Ext ID2 slave 28B
I/O configuration slave 29B
Ext ID2 slave 29B
I/O configuration slave 30B
Ext ID2 slave 30B
I/O configuration slave 31B
Ext ID2 slave 31B
Parameter slave 1
Parameter slave 3
Parameter slave 5
Parameter slave 7
Parameter slave 9
Parameter slave 11
Parameter slave 13
Parameter slave 15
Parameter slave 17
Parameter slave 19
Parameter slave 21
Parameter slave 23
Parameter slave 25
Parameter slave 27
Parameter slave 29
Parameter slave 31
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11
11
11
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
reserved
Parameter slave 2B
Parameter slave 4B
Parameter slave 6B
Parameter slave 8B
Parameter slave 10B
Parameter slave 12B
Parameter slave 14B
Parameter slave 16B
Parameter slave 18B
Parameter slave 20B
Parameter slave 22B
Parameter slave 24B
Parameter slave 26B
Parameter slave 28B
Parameter slave 30B
Parameter slave 1B
Parameter slave 3B
Parameter slave 5B
Parameter slave 7B
Parameter slave 9B
Parameter slave 11B
Parameter slave 13B
Parameter slave 15B
Parameter slave 17B
Parameter slave 19B
Parameter slave 21B
Parameter slave 23B
Parameter slave 25B
Parameter slave 27B
Parameter slave 29B
Parameter slave 31B
Flag 1
Flag 2
The meaning of the flags is the same as for the read lists and flags job (see
Section 5.2.16).
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Store_Extended_Total_Configuration
Purpose
With this call, the required total configuration of the AS interface is transferred to
the AS-i master and stored permanently in the EEPROM as the expected
configuration. This configures the CP 243-2.
The following data are transferred:
The list of configured slaves specifying the slaves that can be activated by the
CP 243-2 in the protected mode.
The list of configuration data specifying the ID codes and I/O configurations the
AS-i slaves must have.
The list of the AS-i slave parameters stored on the CP 243-2 (non-volatile).
These are transferred to the AS-i slaves during the start up of the CP 243-2.
The flags that determine the mode of the CP 243-2 after startup (in other words
after the CP 243-2 has been synchronized).
<F 36>The call is not executed in the protected mode.
For AS-i slaves that comply with the standard profile 7.4, the AS-i master manages
the parameter assignment itself. The parameter values for slaves complying with
standard profile 7.4 specified in the call are ignored by the AS-i master.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
LPS
slave 0
LPS
slave 8
LPS
slave 16
LPS
slave 24
reserv.
2
2
2
0
1
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
2
6
2
7
LPS
slave 8B
LPS
slave 1
LPS
slave 9
LPS
slave 17
LPS
slave 25
LPS
slave 1B
LPS
slave 9B
2
8
2
9
LPS
slave
16B
LPS
slave
24B
LPS
slave
17B
LPS
slave
25B
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Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Command number 3A H
00 H
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave 2
slave 3
slave 4
slave 5
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave 10 slave 11 slave 12 slave 13
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave 18 slave 19 slave 20 slave 21
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave 26 slave 27 slave 28 slave 29
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave 2B slave 3B slave 4B slave 5B
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave
slave
slave
slave
10B
11B
12B
13B
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave
slave
slave
slave
18B
19B
20B
21B
LPS
LPS
LPS
LPS
slave
slave
slave
slave
26B
27B
28B
29B
Bit 5
Bit 1
Bit 0
LPS
slave 6
LPS
slave 14
LPS
slave 22
LPS
slave 30
LPS
slave 6B
LPS
slave
14B
LPS
slave
22B
LPS
slave
30B
LPS
slave 7
LPS
slave 15
LPS
slave 23
LPS
slave 31
LPS
slave 7B
LPS
slave
15B
LPS
slave
23B
LPS
slave
31B
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Command Interface
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5-38
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ID_CODE slave 0
Ext ID1 Slave 0
ID_CODE slave 1
Ext ID1 Slave 1
ID_CODE slave 2
Ext ID1 Slave 2
ID_CODE slave 3
Ext ID1 Slave 3
ID_CODE slave 4
Ext ID1 Slave 4
ID_CODE slave 5
Ext ID1 Slave 5
ID_CODE slave 6
Ext ID1 Slave 6
ID_CODE slave 7
Ext ID1 Slave 7
ID_CODE slave 8
Ext ID1 Slave 8
ID_CODE slave 9
Ext ID1 Slave 9
ID_CODE slave 10
Ext ID1 Slave 10
ID_CODE slave 11
Ext ID1 Slave 11
ID_CODE slave 12
Ext ID1 Slave 12
ID_CODE slave 13
Ext ID1 Slave 13
ID_CODE slave 14
Ext ID1 Slave 14
ID_CODE slave 15
Ext ID1 Slave 15
ID_CODE slave 16
Ext ID1 Slave 16
ID_CODE slave 17
Ext ID1 Slave 17
ID_CODE slave 18
Ext ID1 Slave 18
ID_CODE slave 19
Ext ID1 Slave 19
ID_CODE slave 20
Ext ID1 Slave 20
ID_CODE slave 21
Ext ID1 Slave 21
ID_CODE slave 22
Ext ID1 Slave 22
ID_CODE slave 23
Ext ID1 Slave 23
ID_CODE slave 24
Ext ID1 Slave 24
I/O configuration slave 0
Ext ID2 slave 0
I/O configuration slave 1
Ext ID2 slave 1
I/O configuration slave 2
Ext ID2 slave 2
I/O configuration slave 3
Ext ID2 slave 3
I/O configuration slave 4
Ext ID2 slave 4
I/O configuration slave 5
Ext ID2 slave 5
I/O configuration slave 6
Ext ID2 slave 6
I/O configuration slave 7
Ext ID2 slave 7
I/O configuration slave 8
Ext ID2 slave 8
I/O configuration slave 9
Ext ID2 slave 9
I/O configuration slave 10
Ext ID2 slave 10
I/O configuration slave 11
Ext ID2 slave 11
I/O configuration slave 12
Ext ID2 slave 12
I/O configuration slave 13
Ext ID2 slave 13
I/O configuration slave 14
Ext ID2 slave 14
I/O configuration slave 15
Ext ID2 slave 15
I/O configuration slave 16
Ext ID2 slave 16
I/O configuration slave 17
Ext ID2 slave 17
I/O configuration slave 18
Ext ID2 slave 18
I/O configuration slave 19
Ext ID2 slave 19
I/O configuration slave 20
Ext ID2 slave 20
I/O configuration slave 21
Ext ID2 slave 21
I/O configuration slave 22
Ext ID2 slave 22
I/O configuration slave 23
Ext ID2 slave 23
I/O configuration slave 24
Ext ID2 slave 24
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5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
ID_CODE slave 25
Ext ID1 Slave 25
ID_CODE slave 26
Ext ID1 Slave 26
ID_CODE slave 27
Ext ID1 Slave 27
ID_CODE slave 28
Ext ID1 Slave 28
ID_CODE slave 29
Ext ID1 Slave 29
ID_CODE slave 30
Ext ID1 Slave 30
ID_CODE slave 31
Ext ID1 Slave 31
reserved
reserved
ID_CODE slave 1B
Ext ID1 Slave 1B
ID_CODE slave 2B
Ext ID1 Slave 2B
ID_CODE slave 3B
Ext ID1 Slave 3B
ID_CODE slave 4B
Ext ID1 Slave 4B
ID_CODE slave 5B
Ext ID1 Slave 5B
ID_CODE slave 6B
Ext ID1 Slave 6B
ID_CODE slave 7B
Ext ID1 Slave 7B
ID_CODE slave 8B
Ext ID1 Slave 8B
ID_CODE slave 9B
Ext ID1 Slave 9B
ID_CODE slave 10B
Ext ID1 Slave 10B
ID_CODE slave 11B
Ext ID1 Slave 11B
ID_CODE slave 12B
Ext ID1 Slave 12B
ID_CODE slave 13B
Ext ID1 Slave 13B
ID_CODE slave 14B
Ext ID1 Slave 14B
ID_CODE slave 15B
Ext ID1 Slave 15B
ID_CODE slave 16B
Ext ID1 Slave 16B
ID_CODE slave 17B
Ext ID1 Slave 17B
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I/O configuration slave 25
Ext ID2 slave 25
I/O configuration slave 26
Ext ID2 slave 26
I/O configuration slave 3
Ext ID2 slave 3
I/O configuration slave 4
Ext ID2 slave 4
I/O configuration slave 5
Ext ID2 slave 5
I/O configuration slave 6
Ext ID2 slave 6
I/O configuration slave 7
Ext ID2 slave 7
reserved
reserved
I/O configuration slave 1B
Ext ID2 slave 1B
I/O configuration slave 2B
Ext ID2 slave 2B
I/O configuration slave 3B
Ext ID2 slave 3B
I/O configuration slave 4B
Ext ID2 slave 4B
I/O configuration slave 5B
Ext ID2 slave 5B
I/O configuration slave 6B
Ext ID2 slave 6B
I/O configuration slave 7B
Ext ID2 slave 7B
I/O configuration slave 8B
Ext ID2 slave 8B
I/O configuration slave 9B
Ext ID2 slave 9B
I/O configuration slave 10B
Ext ID2 slave 10B
I/O configuration slave 11B
Ext ID2 slave 11B
I/O configuration slave 12B
Ext ID2 slave 12B
I/O configuration slave 13B
Ext ID2 slave 13B
I/O configuration slave 14B
Ext ID2 slave 14B
I/O configuration slave 15B
Ext ID2 slave 15B
I/O configuration slave 16B
Ext ID2 slave 16B
I/O configuration slave 17B
Ext ID2 slave 17B
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Command Interface
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
5-40
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
ID_CODE slave 18B
Ext ID1 Slave 18B
ID_CODE slave 19B
Ext ID1 Slave 19B
ID_CODE slave 20B
Ext ID1 Slave 20B
ID_CODE slave 21B
Ext ID1 Slave 21B
ID_CODE slave 22B
Ext ID1 Slave 22B
ID_CODE slave 23B
Ext ID1 Slave 23B
ID_CODE slave 24B
Ext ID1 Slave 24B
ID_CODE slave 25B
Ext ID1 Slave 25B
ID_CODE slave 26B
Ext ID1 Slave 26B
ID_CODE slave 27B
Ext ID1 Slave 27B
ID_CODE slave 28B
Ext ID1 Slave 28B
ID_CODE slave 29B
Ext ID1 Slave 29B
ID_CODE slave 30B
Ext ID1 Slave 30B
ID_CODE slave 31B
Ext ID1 Slave 31B
irrelevant
Parameter slave 2
Parameter slave 4
Parameter slave 6
Parameter slave 8
Parameter slave 10
Parameter slave 12
Parameter slave 14
Parameter slave 16
Parameter slave 18
Parameter slave 20
Parameter slave 22
Parameter slave 24
Parameter slave 26
Parameter slave 28
Parameter slave 30
irrelevant
Parameter slave 2B
Parameter slave 4B
Parameter slave 6B
Parameter slave 8B
Parameter slave 10B
I/O configuration slave 18B
Ext ID2 slave 18B
I/O configuration slave 19B
Ext ID2 slave 19B
I/O configuration slave 20B
Ext ID2 slave 20B
I/O configuration slave 21B
Ext ID2 slave 21B
I/O configuration slave 22B
Ext ID2 slave 22B
I/O configuration slave 23B
Ext ID2 slave 23B
I/O configuration slave 24B
Ext ID2 slave 24B
I/O configuration slave 25B
Ext ID2 slave 25B
I/O configuration slave 26B
Ext ID2 slave 26B
I/O configuration slave 27B
Ext ID2 slave 27B
I/O configuration slave 28B
Ext ID2 slave 28B
I/O configuration slave 29B
Ext ID2 slave 29B
I/O configuration slave 30B
Ext ID2 slave 30B
I/O configuration slave 31B
Ext ID2 slave 31B
Parameter slave 1
Parameter slave 3
Parameter slave 5
Parameter slave 7
Parameter slave 9
Parameter slave 11
Parameter slave 13
Parameter slave 15
Parameter slave 17
Parameter slave 19
Parameter slave 21
Parameter slave 23
Parameter slave 25
Parameter slave 27
Parameter slave 29
Parameter slave 31
Parameter slave 1B
Parameter slave 3B
Parameter slave 5B
Parameter slave 7B
Parameter slave 9B
Parameter slave 11B
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12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Parameter slave 12B
Parameter slave 14B
Parameter slave 16B
Parameter slave 18B
Parameter slave 20B
Parameter slave 22B
Parameter slave 24B
Parameter slave 26B
Parameter slave 28B
Parameter slave 30B
Parameter slave 13B
Parameter slave 15B
Parameter slave 17B
Parameter slave 19B
Parameter slave 21B
Parameter slave 23B
Parameter slave 25B
Parameter slave 27B
Parameter slave 29B
Parameter slave 31B
Flag 1
Flag 2
Flag 1
Flag 2
Bit Number
Meaning
Bit Number
Meaning
0
OFFLINE_READY
0
OFFLINE
1
APF
1
INTERNAL
2
NORMAL_MODE
2
EEPROM_OK
3
CONFIG_MODE
3
AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE
4
AUTO_ADDR_AVAIL
4
PERIPHERY_FAULT
5
AUTO_ADDR_ASSI_GN
5
reserved
6
LDS_0
6
reserved
7
CONFIG_OK
7
MPO startup
Flags whose values modify the AS-i master mode are shown on a gray
background.
The values of the other flags have no significance for the ’store total configuration’
command and cannot be modified on the AS-i master with this call.
Only the gray shaded flags can be modified.
CONFIG_MODE
AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE
The entry ‘0’ means that the CP 243-2 changes to the protected mode after
executing the command. The entry ‘1’ means that the CP continues in the
configuration mode.
0
The AS-i master starts up in the protected mode
on completion of the job.
1
The AS-i master starts up in the configuration mode
on completion of the job.
’0’ means that the automatic address programming is disabled, ’1’ means
that the automatic address programming is enabled.
0
Automatic address programming disabled.
1
Address programming enabled.
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Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
5-42
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 3A H
2
1
Command status
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5.2.19
Write_Extended_Parameter_List
Purpose
With this command, the parameters for all slaves are transferred to the CP 243-2.
The CP 243-2 transfers only the parameters that have changed, in other words
that deviate from the current actual parameters to the AS-i slaves.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Bit 7
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
Bit 6
Bit 5
Meaning
Bit 4
Bit 3
Command number 3C H
00 H
irrelevant
Parameters slave 2
Parameters slave 4
Parameters slave 6
Parameters slave 8
Parameters slave 10
Parameters slave 12
Parameters slave 14
Parameters slave 16
Parameters slave 18
Parameters slave 20
Parameters slave 22
Parameters slave 24
Parameters slave 26
Parameters slave 28
Parameters slave 30
irrelevant
Parameters slave 2B
Parameters slave 4B
Parameters slave 6B
Parameters slave 8B
Parameters slave 10B
Parameters slave 12B
Parameters slave 14B
Parameters slave 16B
Parameters slave 18B
Parameters slave 20B
Parameters slave 22B
Parameters slave 24B
Parameters slave 26B
Parameters slave 28B
Parameters slave 30B
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Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Parameters slave 1
Parameters slave 3
Parameters slave 5
Parameters slave 7
Parameters slave 9
Parameters slave 11
Parameters slave 13
Parameters slave 15
Parameters slave 17
Parameters slave 19
Parameters slave 21
Parameters slave 23
Parameters slave 25
Parameters slave 27
Parameters slave 29
Parameters slave 31
Parameters slave 1B
Parameters slave 3B
Parameters slave 5B
Parameters slave 7B
Parameters slave 9B
Parameters slave 11B
Parameters slave 13B
Parameters slave 15B
Parameters slave 17B
Parameters slave 19B
Parameters slave 21B
Parameters slave 23B
Parameters slave 25B
Parameters slave 27B
Parameters slave 29B
Parameters slave 31B
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Command Interface
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
5-44
Bank
Byte
Meaning
1
1
Echo of the command number: 3C H
2
2
Command status
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5.2.20
Read_Extended_Parameter_Echo_List
Purpose
When the parameters are transferred to the AS-i slaves, they return “echo values”
as the response. The read parameter echo list call reads out the echo values of all
AS-i slaves.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
2
2
Bit 6
0
1
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Command number: 33 H
00 H
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Bit 7
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Meaning
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Echo of the command number 33 H
Command status
irrelevant
Par echo slave 1
Par echo slave 2
Par echo slave 3
Par echo slave 4
Par echo slave 5
Par echo slave 6
Parameters slave 7
Par echo slave 8
Par echo slave 9
Par echo slave 10
Par echo slave 11
Par echo slave 12
Par echo slave 13
Par echo slave 14
Par echo slave 15
Par echo slave 16
Par echo slave 17
Par echo slave 18
Par echo slave 19
Par echo slave 20
Par echo slave 21
Par echo slave 22
Par echo slave 23
Par echo slave 24
Par echo slave 25
Par echo slave 26
Par echo slave 27
Par echo slave 28
Par echo slave 29
Par echo slave 30
Par echo slave 31
irrelevant
Par echo slave 1B
Par echo slave 2B
Par echo slave 3B
Par echo slave 4B
Par echo slave 5B
Par echo slave 6B
Parameters slave 7B
Par echo slave 8B
Par echo slave 9B
Par echo slave 10B
Par echo slave 11B
Par echo slave 12B
Par echo slave 13B
Bit 6
Bit 0
5-45
Command Interface
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
5-46
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
Par echo slave 14B
Par echo slave 16B
Par echo slave 18B
Par echo slave 20B
Par echo slave 22B
Par echo slave 24B
Par echo slave 26B
Par echo slave 28B
Par echo slave 30B
Parameters slave 15B
Par echo slave 17B
Par echo slave 19B
Par echo slave 21B
Parameters slave 23B
Par echo slave 25B
Par echo slave 27B
Par echo slave 29B
Parameters slave 31B
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5.2.21
Read_Version_ID
Purpose
With this call, the version ID of the CP 243-2 firmware is read out.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 14 H
The reply of the CP 243-2 contains the name and the firmware version number of
the CP 243-2 in the form shown below:
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number 14 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
C
2
3
P
2
4
2
5
2
2
6
4
2
7
3
2
8
–
2
9
2
2
10
2
11
V
2
12
x
2
13
.
2
14
y
2
15
y
“x.yy” stands for the current version number of the firmware of the CP 243-2.
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5.2.22
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID
Purpose
With this call, the ID code of an AS-i slave can be read out directly over the AS-i
cable. The call is intended for diagnostic purposes and is not required in the normal
master mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 17 H
2
1
AS-i slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 17 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Bit 7
5-48
Bit 4 Bit 3
reserved
Bit 0
ID code
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5.2.23
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID1
Purpose
With this call, the ID1 code of an AS-i slave can be read out directly over the AS-i
cable. The call is intended for diagnostic purposes and is not required in the normal
master mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 37 H
2
1
AS-i slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 37 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Bit 7
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reserved
Bit 0
Extended ID1 code
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Command Interface
5.2.24
Write_AS-i_Slave_Extended_ID1
Purpose
With this call, the extended ID1 code of an AS-i slave with address “0” can be
written directly over the AS-i cable. The call is intended for diagnostic purposes
and is not required in the normal master mode. The AS-i master passes on the
extended ID1 code to the AS-i slave without any plausibility check.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
2
0
2
1
Bit 4 Bit 3
Bit 0
Command number: 3FH
irrelevant
Extended ID1 code
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
Bit 7
5-50
Bit 4 Bit 3
2
0
Echo of the command number: 3FH
2
1
Command status
Bit 0
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5.2.25
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID2
Purpose
With this call, the ID2 code of an AS-i slave can be read out directly over the AS-i
cable. The call is intended for diagnostic purposes and is not required in the normal
master mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 38 H
2
1
AS-i slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 38 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Bit 7
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reserved
Bit 0
Slave ID2
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Command Interface
5.2.26
Read_AS-i_Slave_I/O
Purpose
With this call, the I/O configuration of an AS-i slave can be read out directly over
the AS-i cable. The call is intended for diagnostic purposes and is not required in
the normal master mode.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 18 H
2
1
AS-i slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 18 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Bit 7
5-52
Bit 4 Bit 3
reserved
Bit 0
I/O configuration
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5.2.27
Get_LPF
Purpose
With this call, the list of peripheral faults (LPF) signaled by the AS-i slaves is read
out from the AS-i master. The LPF is updated cyclically by the AS-i master.
Whether and when as AS-i slave signals faults of the attached peripherals (for
example wire break) can be found in the description of the AS-i slave..
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number 3E H
2
1
AS-i slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number 3E H
2
1
Command status
2
2
slave 0
slave 1
slave 2
slave 3
slave 4
slave 5
slave 6
slave 7
2
3
slave 8
slave 9
slave 10
slave 11
slave 12
slave 13
slave 14
slave 15
2
4
slave 16
slave 17
slave 18
slave 19
slave 20
slave 21
slave 22
slave 23
2
5
slave 24
slave 25
slave 26
slave 27
slave 28
slave 29
slave 30
slave 31
2
6
reserv.
2
7
2
8
slave
16B
2
9
slave
2B4
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
slave 1B slave 2B slave 3B slave 4B slave 5B slave 6B slave 7B
slave 8B slave 9B
slave
10B
slave
11B
slave
12B
slave
13B
slave
14B
slave
15B
slave
17B
slave
18B
slave
19B
slave
20B
slave
21B
slave
22B
slave
23B
slave
25B
slave
26B
slave
27B
slave
28B
slave
29B
slave
30B
slave
31B
The bits in the LPF data have the following meaning:
Bit=0:
Slave signals no peripheral fault
Bit=1:
Slave signals peripheral faults
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Write_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String
Purpose
With this call, a parameter string complying with AS-i slave profile 7.4 can be sent
to the AS-i master that passes on the string to the AS-i slave address specified in
the send buffer.
With this call, a send buffer with a maximum of 223 bytes is transferred to the AS-i
master. The actual number of parameter bytes to be sent to the AS-i slave is
calculated by the AS-i master from byte 2 of the send buffer (number of parameter
bytes).
The information in the string is not evaluated by the AS-i master and is passed on
to the AS-i slave transparently.
As long as the string transfer is active, there is no user/analog data exchange with
the addressed AS-i slave.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
40 H
2
1
Slave address
2
2
Number of parameter bytes
2
3
String byte (1)
2
4
String byte (2)
...
...
.....
...
...
String byte (n–1)
...
...
String byte (n)
Maximum value for n=220
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
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Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number: 40 H
2
1
Command status
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Read_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String
Purpose
With this call, a parameter string complying with AS-i slave profile 7.4 can be read
from the AS-i slave with the AS-i slave address specified in the send buffer.
The AS-i master supplies up to 223 bytes of reply data. The actual number of
parameter bytes sent by the AS-i slave is signaled by the AS-i master in byte 2 of
the receive buffer (number of parameter bytes).
If the AS-i slave sends a string longer than 220 bytes, the AS-i master aborts the
string transfer and terminates the job with an error. The received data are then not
made available to the user program.
As long as the string transfer is active, there is no user/analog data exchange with
the addressed AS-i slave.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number 41 H
2
1
Slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number 41 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Number of parameter bytes
2
3
String byte (1)
2
4
String byte (2)
...
...
.....
...
...
String byte (n–1)
...
...
String byte (n)
Maximum value for n=220
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Read_AS-i_Slave_ID_String
Purpose
With this call, an identification string complying with the AS-i slave profile 7.4 can
be read from the AS-i slave with the AS-i slave address specified in the send
buffer. The AS-i master always supplies 223 bytes of reply data. The actual
number of ID bytes sent by the AS-i slave is signaled by the AS-i master in byte 2
of the receive buffer (number of ID bytes).
If the AS-i slave sends a string longer than 220 bytes, the AS-i master aborts the
string transfer and terminates the job with an error. The received data are then not
made available to the user program.
As long as the string transfer is active, there is no user/analog data exchange with
the addressed AS-i slave.
Note
In contrast to other jobs, in this job, the bytes containing the bits ”Follow” and
”Valid” are also transferred (see slave profile 7.4).
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number 42 H
2
1
Slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number 42 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Number of ID bytes
2
3
String byte (1)
2
4
String byte (2)
...
...
.....
...
...
String byte (n–1)
...
...
String byte (n)
Maximum value for n=220
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Read_AS-i_Slave_Diagnostic_String
Purpose
With this call, an diagnostic string complying with the AS-i slave profile 7.4 can be
read from the AS-i slave with the AS-i slave address specified in the send buffer.
The AS-i master supplies up to 223 bytes of reply data. The number of diagnostic
bytes actually sent by the AS-i slave is signaled by the AS-i master in byte 2 of the
receive buffer (number of diagnostic bytes).
If the AS-i slave sends a string longer than 220 bytes, the AS-i master aborts the
string transfer and terminates the job with an error. The received data are then not
made available to the user program.
As long as the string transfer is active, there is no user/analog data exchange with
the addressed AS-i slave.
Structure of the Job Data in the Send Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number 43 H
2
1
Slave address
Structure of the Job Data in the Receive Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Echo of the command number 43 H
2
1
Command status
2
2
Number of diagnostic bytes
2
3
String byte (1)
2
4
String byte (2)
...
...
.....
...
...
String byte (n–1)
...
...
String byte (n)
Maximum value for n=220
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Read_Data_and_Delta_List
Purpose
With this call, the AS-i error bits, the input data of the AS-i slaves and the delta list
can be read out consistently.
Structure of the Command Buffer
Bank
Byte
Meaning
2
0
Command number: 3D H
Structure of the Response Buffer
Bank
Byte
Bit 7
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
APF
Bit 6
Bit 5
Meaning
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Echo of the command number 3D H
Command status
CER
0
0
Data slave 1
Data slave 2
Data slave 3
Data slave 4
Data slave 5
Data slave 6
Data slave 7
Data slave 8
Data slave 9
Data slave 10
Data slave 11
Data slave 12
Data slave 13
Data slave 14
Data slave 15
Data slave 16
Data slave 17
Data slave 18
Data slave 19
Data slave 20
Data slave 21
Data slave 22
Data slave 13
Data slave 24
Data slave 25
Data slave 26
Data slave 27
Data slave 28
Data slave 29
Data slave 30
Data slave 31
reserved
Data slave 1B
Data slave 2B
Data slave 3B
Data slave 4B
Data slave 5B
Data slave 6B
Data slave 7B
Data slave 8B
Data slave 9B
Data slave 10B
Data slave 11B
Data slave 12B
Data slave 13B
Data slave 14B
Data slave15B
Data slave 16B
Data slave17B
Data slave 18B
Data slave 19B
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3
3
3
4
4
4
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
4
6
4
7
4
8
4
9
4
10
Delta
slave 7
Delta
slave 15
Delta
slave 23
Delta
slave 31
Delta
slave 7B
Delta
slave
15B
Delta
slave
23B
Delta
slave
31B
Data slave 20B
Data slave 22B
Data slave 24B
Data slave 26B
Data slave 28B
Data slave 30B
Delta
Delta
slave 6
slave 5
Delta
Delta
slave 14 slave 13
Delta
Delta
slave 22 slave 21
Delta
Delta
slave 30 slave 29
Delta
Delta
slave 6B slave 5B
Delta
Delta
slave
slave
14B
13B
Delta
Delta
slave
slave
22B
21B
Delta
Delta
slave
slave
30B
29B
Delta
slave 4
Delta
slave 12
Delta
slave 20
Delta
slave 28
Delta
slave 4B
Delta
slave
12B
Delta
slave
20B
Delta
slave
28B
Delta
slave 3
Delta
slave 11
Delta
slave 19
Delta
slave 27
Delta
slave 3B
Delta
slave
11B
Delta
slave
19B
Delta
slave
27B
Data slave 21B
Data slave 13B
Data slave 25B
Data slave 27B
Data slave 29B
Data slave 31B
Delta
Delta
slave 2
slave 1
Delta
Delta
slave 10 slave 9
Delta
Delta
slave 18 slave 17
Delta
Delta
slave 26 slave 25
Delta
Delta
slave 2B slave 1B
Delta
Delta
slave
slave 9B
10B
Delta
Delta
slave
slave
18B
17B
Delta
Delta
slave
slave
26B
25B
Delta
slave 0
Delta
slave 8
Delta
slave 16
Delta
slave 24
reserv.
Delta
slave 8B
Delta
slave
16B
Delta
slave
24B
The meaning of the error bits APF and CER is the same as in the error register.
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This chapter contains information about special operating states and explains how
to deal with errors.
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6.1
Replacing a Defective AS-Interface Slave/Automatic Address
Programming
Simple Replacement of AS-Interface Slaves
Using the automatic address programming function, you can replace failed
AS-Interface slaves extremely simply.
Note
Remember that “automatic address programming” is only possible in the
following situations:
– The CP 243-2 is in the protected mode.
– The AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE flag is set to 1.
and
– Only one AS-Interface slave has failed.
The sections below explain how to replace failed AS-Interface slaves using the
automatic address programming function.
Detecting Defective AS-Interface Slaves
If the AUP LED is lit (only in the protected mode) this indicates the following:
Exactly one slave has failed.
Automatic address programming by the CP 243-2 is possible.
You can recognize the failed AS-Interface slave simply because the LED assigned
to the slave flashes on the front panel. To do this, you must switch the CP 243-2 to
the slave display (see Section 1.8.2)
You can now replace the defective slave as follows:
Replace the defective slave with an identical slave (same I/O configuration and ID
code extended ID1 code, extended ID2 code) with the address 0 (as supplied).
The CP 243-2 then programs this slave with the address of the original station that
had failed.
The “AUP” indicator then goes off. The CP 243-2 indicates the new slave in the
LED display.
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Error Displays of the CP 243-2 / Remedying Errors
<F 1>The following table lists the possible causes of errors that can occur when
operating the CP 243-2 and how to remedy the problem.
Table 6-1
Error Displays of the CP 243-2 / Remedying Errors
Error
APF LED lit
SF lights up without pressing the
SET button.
SF is lit when the SET button is
pressed.
CER is lit permanently.
Possible Cause
Remedy
The AS-Interface power supply
unit is not connected or is defective.
Check the connection of the ASInterface power supply unit; if necessary replace the power supply
unit.
Power requirements of the AS-Interface slaves are too high. Result: The voltage on the AS-Interface cable is too low.
Check the power requirements of
the AS-Interface slaves. If necessary, supply the slaves with power
externally.
Short-circuit on the AS-Interface
cable.
The CP 243-2 is defective. Internal EEPROM error.
An AS-Interface slave with address 0 exists when there is a
change to the protected mode.
Check the AS-Interface cable and
the attached slaves.
Replace the CP 243-2.
The CP 243-2 has not yet been
configured.
Configure the CP 243-2 using the
mode button on the front panel.
Remove the slave with address 0
from the AS-Interface cable.
A configured AS-Interface slave
Replace the defective AS-Interhas failed (evaluate the slave dis- face slave or configure the
play).
CP 243-2 again if the slave is not
required.
An unconfigured AS-Interface
Remove the AS-Interface slave or
slave was connected to the AS-In- reconfigure the CP 243-2 .
terface cable.
CER display flickers, in other
words a configured AS-Interface
slave is lost sporadically.
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An AS-Interface slave was connected whose configuration data
(I/O configuration, ID codes) do
not match the values of the configured AS-Interface slave.
Bad electrical connection.
Check whether the wrong AS-Interface slave has been connected. If necessary, reconfigure the
CP 243-2.
Noise affecting the AS-Interface
cable.
Check the correct grounding of
the S7-200 and check the AS-Interface cable. Check that the
shield of the AS-Interface power
supply unit is connected correctly.
Check the electrical connections
of the AS-Interface slaves.
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Table 6-1
Error Displays of the CP 243-2 / Remedying Errors
Error
Possible Cause
The CP 243-2 does not switch
The S7-200 CPU is in the “RUN”
from the configuration mode to the mode.
protected mode.
The CP 243-2 does not switch
from the protected mode to the
configuration mode.
Remedy
Switch the S7-200 CPU to
“STOP”. This sets the PLC_RUN
bit to 0.
The SET button was not pressed
long enough.
Press the button for at least 0.5
seconds.
A slave with address “0” is connected to the AS-Interface cable.
The CP 243-2 cannot change to
the protected mode as long as
this slave exists.
The S7-200 CPU is in the “RUN”
mode.
Remove the slave with
address 0.
Switch the S7-200 CPU to
“STOP”.
This sets the
PLC_RUN bit to ‘0’.
Button not pressed long enough
After failure of an AS-Interface
slave, the “AUP” display remains
off.
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Press the button for at least 0.5
seconds.
The CP 243-2 is in the configura- “Automatic programming” is not
tion mode.
possible in the configuration
mode.
Program the address of the new
AS-Interface slave with the addressing unit.
More than one AS-Interface slave Check the AS-Interface cable.
has failed.
If “APF” is displayed at the same
time, check the power supply on
the AS-Interface cable.
If more than one AS-Interface
slave is defective, program the address on the replaced AS-Interface slaves using the addressing
unit.
The CP 243-2 has not detected
configured AS-Interface slaves.
Remove the unconfigured AS-Interface slaves from the AS-Interface cable.
The AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE flag
is not set.
Set the bit with the appropriate
commands or by pressing the
SET button during AS-i Power
Fail.
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Error Displays of the CP 243-2 / Remedying Errors
Error
Possible Cause
Remedy
Automatic address programming
is unsuccessful although the
“AUP” display is lit.
The configuration data (I/O configuration, ID codes) of the replaced AS-Interface slave do not
match the values of the original
AS-Interface slave.
Check whether the correct “replacement slave” was used.
Compare the information from the
manufacturer about configuration
data.
If you want to replace the original
AS-Interface slave with a different
type, assign the address with the
addressing unit and reconfigure
the CP 243-2 (for example by
pressing the SET button).
The replaced AS-Interface slave
does not have the address “0”.0
Set the address of the replaced
AS-Interface slave with the addressing unit.
Replaced AS-Interface slave is
not correctly connected or is defective.
Check the connections of the ASInterface slave and if necessary
replace the AS-Interface slave.
The “CER” LED and the LEDs of
active AS-Interface slaves flicker
irregularly.
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An extender is installed in the AS- Correct the connections to the exInterface with “Line1” and “Line2” tender.
connections reversed.
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Conformance Statement (PICS)
A
PICS for the CP 243-2
Table A-1
Vendor
SIEMENS AG
Product Name
CP 243-2 – AS-Interface Master
Order Number
6GK7243-2AX00-0XA0
Version
1
Master Profile
M1e
Date
31.01.2000
List of Master Functions Available
Table A-2
No.
Function or Call on the Host Interface
(symbolic representation)
M1
Comment / Function implemented by /
Section
1
Image, Status = Read_IDI()
X
By access to the I/O data of the CP 243-2
module by the DP master.
2
Status = Write_ODI(Image)
X
By access to the I/O data of the CP 243-2
module by the DP master.
3
Status = Set_Permanent_Parameter(Addr, X
Param)
see
Section 5.2.1
4
Param, Status =
Get_Permanent_Parameter(Addr)
X
see Section 5.2.2
5
Status, GParam = Write_Parameter(Addr,
Param)
X
see
Section 5.2.3
6
Status, Param = Read_Parameter(Addr)
X
see Section 5.2.4
7
Status = Store_Actual_Parameters()
X
see Section 5.2.5
8
Status =
Set_Permanent_Configuration(Addr,
Config)
X
Set_Extended_Permanent_Configuration /
see Section 5.2.6
9
Status, Config =
Get_Permanent_Configuration(Addr)
X
Get_Extended_Permanent_Configuration
/ see Section 5.2.7
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Table A-2
, continued
No.
Function or Call on the Host Interface
(symbolic representation)
M1
Comment / Function implemented by /
Section
10
Status = Store_Actual_Configuration()
X
By pressing the SET button; or with the
command
Store_actual_configuration
see Section 5.2.4
11
Status, Config =
Read_Actual_Configuration(Addr)
X
Get_Extended_Actual_Configuration / see
Section 5.2.9
12
Status = Set_LPS(List31)
X
Set_LPS / see Section 5.2.10
13
Status, List31 = Get_LPS()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
14
Status, List31 = Get_LAS()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
15
Status, List32 = Get_LDS()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.0
Status = Get_Flags()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.1
Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Config_OK()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.2
Status, Flag = Get_Flag_LDS.0()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.3
Status, Flag =
Get_Flag_Auto_Address_Assign()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.4
Status, Flag =
Get_Flag_Auto_Prog_Available()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.5
Status, Flag =
Get_Flag_Configuration_Active()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.6
Status, Flag =
Get_Flag_Normal_Operation_Active()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.7
Status, Flag = Get_Flag_APF()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
16.8
Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Offline_Ready()
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/
see Section 5.2.16
17
Status = Set_Operation_Mode(Mode)
X
By pressing the SET button; or with the
command
Set_operation_mode
see Section 5.2.13
18
Status = Set_Offline_Mode(Mode)
X
see Section 5.2.11
19
Status = Activate_Data_Exchange(Mode)
–
not implemented
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No.
Function or Call on the Host Interface
(symbolic representation)
M1
20
Status = Change_Slave_Address(Addr1,
Addr2)
X
Status = Set_Auto_Address_Enable
X
21
Comment / Function implemented by /
Section
see Section 5.2.14
see Section5.2.12
22
Status = Get_Auto_Address_Enable
X
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags
/ see Section 5.2.16
23.1
Status, Resp =
Cmd_Reset_ASI_Slave(Addr, RESET)
–
not implemented
23.2
Status, Resp =
Cmd_Read_IO_Configuration(Addr,
CONF)
X
Read_AS-i_Slave_I/O / see Section
5.2.26
23.3
Status, Resp =
Cmd_Read_Identification_Code(Addr,
IDCOD)
X
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID / see Section 5.2.22
23.4
Status, Resp = Cmd_Read_Status(Addr,
STAT)
X
see Section 5.2.15
23.5
Status, Resp =
Cmd_Read_Reset_Status(Addr,
STATRES)
X
see Section 5.2.22
Symbols in column 3 (M2)
Symbol
Meaning
X
Function exists
–
Function does not exist
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How the AS-Interface cycle time depends on the number of connected slaves
The following formula is used to calculate the AS-Interface cycle time depending
on the number of activated slaves.
Tcycl = (1 + number of activated slaves) * 156µs
If a pair of slaves using the extended addressing mode (A/B slaves) occupies an
address, this pair is counted as a single slave in the formula. Pairs of A and B
slaves are addressed in every second AS-Interface cycle; in other words, the
calculated cycle time is doubled for these slaves.
The calculated cycle time applies assuming that no frames are repeated, there are
no management calls and all slaves are synchronized.
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References
/1/
AS-Interface:The Actuator-Sensor-Interface for Automation
Werner Kriesel, O.W. Madelung, Carl Hanser Verlag München Wien 1994
/2/
AS-Interface Complete Specification
can be ordered from the ASI Association e.V.
Address:
AS-International Association e.V.
Geschäftsführung: Dr. Otto W. Madelung
Auf den Broich 4A
D – 51519 Odenthal
Germany
Tel.: +49 - 2174 - 40756
Fax.: +49 - 2174 - 41571
(The AS-i technology is promoted by the AS-Interface Association e. V.)
Internet address of the AS-International Association e.V.:
http:/www.as-interface.com
/3/
SIMATIC NET Industrial Communications Networks
Catalog IK 10
The catalog can be ordered from your local SIEMENS branch office or distributor.
/4/
SIMATIC S7-200
Programmable Controller / System Manual
Siemens AG
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References
/5/
Profibus & AS-Interface
Components on the Field Bus
Catalog ST PI
The catalog can be ordered from your local SIEMENS branch office or distributor.
/6/
SIMATIC
STEP 7-Micro/DOS
Manual
Siemens AG
Order numbers
The order numbers of the SIEMENS documentation listed above can be found in
the catalogs “SIMATIC NET Industrial Communication, Catalog IK10” and
“SIMATIC Programmable Controllers SIMATIC S7 / M7 / C7 – Components for
Integrated Automation, Catalog ST70”.
You can order these catalogs and obtain additional information from your local
SIEMENS branch or distributor.
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Notes on the CE Mark
Product Name
CP 243-2
Order no.: 6GK7243-2AX00-0XA0
EU Directive EMC 89/336/EEC
The product listed above meets the requirements of the EU directive 89/336/EEC
“Electromagnetic Compatibility”.
The EU conformity certificates are available for the relevant authorities according
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Glossary
APF
AS-i Power Fail. Flag or LED display that indicates that the power supply on the
AS-i cable is too low or has failed (for example failure of the AS-i power supply
unit).
AS-i (AS-Interface)
Actuator-sensor interface. A network system for the lowest field area of the
automation range. It is suitable for networking sensors and actuators with control
devices. (previously: SINEC S1)
AS-i A/B slave
AS-i A/B slaves use the extended addressing mode. Pairs of A/B slaves can be
assigned to one address on the AS-Interface; by organizing addresses in this
way, up to 62 AS-i A/B slaves can be attached to the AS-Interface.
AS-i analog slave
AS-i analog slaves are special AS-i standard slaves that exchange analog values
with the AS-i master.
AS-i library
Library whose functions allow the user program to communicate with the AS-i
driver.
AS-i master
The AS-i master is used to monitor and control the simplest binary actuators and
sensors via AS-i modules or AS-i slaves.
A distinction is made between a standard AS-i master and an extended AS-i
master.
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AS-i module
For the AS-Interface, a module concept has been defined that allows the blocklike linking of AS-i slaves – sensors and actuators – via AS-i modules.
The following types of module exist:
The active AS-i module with an integrated AS-i chip; using this, up to four conventional sensors and actuators can be connected.
The passive AS-i module; this functions as a distributor and provides a connection for up to four sensors and actuators with an integrated AS-i chip.
In keeping with the concept of the standard AS-i master and the extended AS-i
master, either AS-i chips with standard functions or with extended functions are
used in the AS-i slaves.
AS-i slave
All the nodes that can be addressed by an AS-i master are known as AS-i
slaves.
AS-i slaves are distinguished by their design (AS-i modules and sensors or
actuators with an integrated AS-i attachment) and their address range (AS-i
standard slaves and AS-i A/B slaves with the extended addressing mode).
AS-i standard slave
An AS-i standard slave always occupies one address on the AS-Interface; with
this address organization, up to 31 AS-i standard slaves can be attached to the
AS-Interface.
Extended AS-i master
An extended AS-i master supports 31 addresses that can be used for standard
AS-i slaves or AS-i slaves with the extended addressing mode. This increases
the number of addressable AS-i slaves to a maximum of 62.
The extended AS-i masters of SIMATIC NET support the integrated transfer of
AS-Interface analog slaves that operate in compliance with Profile 7.3/7.4 of the
AS-Interface Specification.
LAS
List of activated slaves.
LDS
List of detected slaves.
LPS
List of permanent slaves.
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Nibble
A nibble is a unit of information consisting of four bits.
Standard AS-i master
Up to 31 standard slaves or slaves with the extended addressing mode (A slaves
only) can be attached to a standard AS-i master.
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Index
Index
Command interface, 5-2
Change_AS-i_Slave_Address, 5-26
Addressing
command sequence, 5-3
AS-i slaves, 3-2
description of the AS-i commands, 5-7
example, 3-6
functions, 5-2
examples, 2-4
Get_AS-i_Slave_Status, 5-27
the CP 243-2 in the S7-200 CPU, 2-4
Get_Extended_Total_Configuration, 5-32
Analog input and output words, access to, 2-16
Get_LPF, 5-53
Analog input area, 2-18
Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags,
Analog module, 2-2, 2-13
5-29
Analog output area, 2-21
master, 5-1
AS–Interface, cycle time, A-4
Read_AS-i_Slave_Diagnostic_String, 5-57
AS-i. See AS-Interface
Read_AS-i_Slave_I/O, 5-52
AS-Interface
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID, 5-48
configuring with the SET button, 1-16
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID_String, 5-56
cycle time, 1-5
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID1, 5-49
diagnostics on, 2-19
Read_AS-i_Slave_ID2, 5-51
input data, 3-2
Read_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String, 5-55
master, 1-3, 3-1
Read_Data_and_Delta_List, 5-58
output data, 3-2
Read_Extended_Actual_Configuration, 5-21
slave, replacing defective slaves, 6-2
Read_Extended_Parameter_Echo_List,
Automatic address programming, 6-2
5-45
Read_Version_ID, 5-47
set_operation_mode, 5-25
B
store_actual_configuration, 5-20
Bank selection, 2-2
Store_Extended_Total_Configuration, 5-37
Button
Write_AS-i_Slave_Extended_ID1, 5-50
DISPLAY, 1-7, 1-11
Write_AS-i_Slave_Parameter_String, 5-54
SET, 1-7, 1-16
Write_Extended_Parameter_List, 5-43
write_parameter, 5-15
Command status, 5-11
Configuration mode, 1-14, 1-16
C
Connection elements, 1-7
CE mark, C-1
Control byte, 2-12
Control elements, 1-7
Convection, 1-6
A
D
Delivered product, 1-3
Delta list, 2-19
Diagnostic signaling, 4-2
Digital module, 2-2, 2-7
Display elements, 1-7
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E
O
Error displays, 6-1
Error register, 2-7, 2-13
in the analog module, 2-15
in the digital module, 2-9
Error signaling, 4-2
master, 4-1
ESD guidelines, 1-2
Expansion module, 2-2
Extended mode, 1-10
Output register, 2-7, 2-12
F
P
PICS, A-1
Power supply, 1-5, 1-8, 1-10
Power supply unit, 1-2
Problems, 6-1
PROFIBUS-DP, master, available master
functions, A-1
Protected mode, 1-14, 1-16
Front panel, 1-7
S
I
Identification register, 2-7, 2-13
in the analog module, 2-14
in the digital module, 2-8
Input register, 2-7, 2-11
Installation, 1-6
Slave display, 1-14
example of, 1-15
Standard rail, 1-6
Status byte, 2-11
Status display, 1-12
STEP 7 Micro, 3-7, 3-15
T
L
LED, 1-11, 1-12
row, 1-7
Technical specifications, 1-5
Terminal block, 1-8
Terminal contacts, 1-8, 1-10
Transmission rate, PROFIBUS, 1-5
N
Noise immunity/grounding, 1-2
U
User data, 3-7, 3-15
User program, interface to, 2-1
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