Siemens ET 757 E Series Operating instructions

Operating Instructions · 11/2007
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
ET 200pro FC
simatic
ET 200pro FC
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Product Information
SIMATIC ET 200S FC
SIMATIC ET 200pro FC
Edition 11/2007
This product information sheet describes the behavior of the above mentioned inverters
(Firmware version V3.0), that is not described in the associated documentation, edition
11/2007, Firmware version 3.0.
All inverters
If in sensorless vector control (SLVC) one of the following problems appears
• motor does not ramp up
• setpoint jumps at low frequencies at ramp down
• motor does not ramp down to 0 Hz even if torque limit is set to 0
• the calculated motor temperature (P0621 > 0) shown in r0035 is implausible
this can be caused by faulty values for both, stator and motor cable resistance.
Try the following to solve the problem:
• disconnect the motor from the feeder cable,
• measure the stator resistance and the motor cable resistance with an ohmmeter or
better with a wheatstone bridge
• put the values in P0350 (stator resistance) and P0352 (cable resistance),
• then perform "calculation of motor parameters" again with P0340 = 3.
If you don' not get feasible values measuring the stator resistance, use the equivalent
circuit data of the motor (this can be can be provided by the motor manufacturer) and
write it into the respective parameters (fig 6.1 in Function Manual) or reduce the stator
resistance in 5 % steps and perform "calculation of motor parameters" again with
P0340 = 3.
Fail-safe inverters
If activating SS1 or SLS, this triggers the STO signal as a pulse. This STO pulse has no
influence on the SS1 or SLS function and can be ignored.
Parameterization
The parameter length for an ET 200 station is 244 Bytes; when this limit is exceeded the
module diagnosis of the ET 200 Frequency converter will not work.
Product Information - Function Manual
SIMATIC ET 200S FC, SIMATIC ET 200pro FC
Foreword
Safety information
1
SIMATIC
Description
2
Frequency converters
ET 200pro FC
Interfaces
3
Installation
4
Configuration / project
engineering
5
Commissioning (hardware)
6
Commissioning and
optimization (software)
7
Series commissioning and
operation
8
Alarm, fault, and system
messages
9
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Technical data
10
Dimensional drawings
11
Spare parts/accessories
12
Appendix
A
List of
abbreviations/acronyms
B
Safety Guidelines
This manual contains notices you have to observe in order to ensure your personal safety, as well as to prevent
damage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alert
symbol, notices referring only to property damage have no safety alert symbol. These notices shown below are
graded according to the degree of danger.
DANGER
indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not taken.
WARNING
indicates that death or severe personal injury may result if proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
with a safety alert symbol, indicates that minor personal injury can result if proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
without a safety alert symbol, indicates that property damage can result if proper precautions are not taken.
NOTICE
indicates that an unintended result or situation can occur if the corresponding information is not taken into
account.
If more than one degree of danger is present, the warning notice representing the highest degree of danger will
be used. A notice warning of injury to persons with a safety alert symbol may also include a warning relating to
property damage.
Qualified Personnel
The device/system may only be set up and used in conjunction with this documentation. Commissioning and
operation of a device/system may only be performed by qualified personnel. Within the context of the safety notes
in this documentation qualified persons are defined as persons who are authorized to commission, ground and
label devices, systems and circuits in accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Prescribed Usage
Note the following:
WARNING
This device 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. Correct, reliable operation of the product requires proper transport, storage,
positioning and assembly as well as careful operation and maintenance.
Trademarks
All names identified by ® are registered trademarks of the Siemens AG. The remaining trademarks in this
publication may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the
owner.
Disclaimer of Liability
We have reviewed the contents of this publication to ensure consistency with the hardware and software
described. Since variance cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot guarantee full consistency. However, the
information in this publication is reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections are included in subsequent
editions.
Siemens AG
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Ordernumber: A5E01100763B AA
Ⓟ 12/2007
Copyright © Siemens AG 2007.
Technical data subject to change
Foreword
SIMATIC documentation
A wide variety of manuals is available for SIMATIC hardware and software.
You can access an overview of available documentation and languages, which is updated on
a regular basis, by visiting us on the Internet at:
http://www.automation.siemens.com/simatic/portal/html_76/techdoku.htm.
The online catalog and ordering system are available at:
https://mall.automation.siemens.com/de/guest/guiRegionSelector.asp?lang=en/
Siemens offers various courses to get you started with the ET 200 and the SIMATIC S7
automation system. Information about our training courses is available on the Internet at:
http://www.sitrain.com/index_en.html
Information about FAQs (frequently asked questions) is available on the Internet at:
http://www.automation.siemens.com/simatic (under "Support" > "FAQ").
Internet address for SIMATIC
http://www.siemens.com/simatic
Target group
This publication is intended for project engineers, commissioners, machine operators, and
service and maintenance personnel.
Purpose of the manual
The operating instructions impart knowledge about the components and allow the addressed
target groups to properly and safely install, set up, test, and commission the SIMATIC
ET 200.
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Validity of the manual
This manual is valid for the specified components of the ET 200 decentralized I/O device.
The manual describes the components based on the data valid at the time of its release. We
reserve the right to issue a Product Information which contains up-to-date information about
new components and new versions of components.
For the sake of simplicity, this documentation does not contain all detailed information about
all types of the product and cannot cover every conceivable case of installation, operation, or
maintenance.
Experience required
General knowledge in the field of automation engineering and drive technology is required to
understand this manual.
Recycling and disposal
Thanks to the fact that it is low in contaminants, the ET 200 is recyclable. For
environmentally-compliant recycling and disposal of your electronic waste, please contact a
company certified for the disposal of electronic waste.
Guide
You can quickly access specific information in the manual by using the following aids:
● At the beginning of the manual you will find a complete table of contents.
● Important terms are explained in the glossary.
● Navigate to the most important topics in this document using the index.
Special notes
In addition to this manual, you also need the manual for your DP master or I/O controller.
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Position in the information landscape
The following table provides an overview of the contents of the ET 200pro-System manuals
Manual
Contents
ET 200pro distributed I/O devices
•
•
•
•
Installing and connecting
Commissioning and diagnostics
Functions
Technical data
– Interface modules
– Power modules
– Connection modules
– Electronic modules
SIMATIC ET 200pro motor starters
•
•
•
•
Installing and connecting
Commissioning and diagnostics
Device functions
Technical data
– Backplane bus modules
– Special modules
– Motor starters
ET 200pro distributed I/O devices - fail-safe
modules
•
•
•
•
Configuring
Address assignment and installation
Diagnostics
Technical data
– Fail-safe connection modules
– Fail-safe electronic modules
ET 200pro
interface modules IM 154
•
•
•
•
•
Installing and connecting
Parameter assignment
Maintenance and servicing
Functions
Technical data
PROFINET system description
•
•
•
•
PROFINET basics
Network components and structures
Data exchange and communication
PROFINET engineering
Migration from PROFIBUS DP to
PROFINET IO
•
•
•
•
Differences
Modules
System status lists
Diagnostics
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A&D Technical support
24-hour technical support is provided by four main centers worldwide.
A&D Global service and support
Online Service and support
In the first instance for customer-support, contact should always be made with the regional
(country based) sales/marketing/service organisations.
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For technical-support, the most optimised way to do this is via the Internet based SupportRequest.
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Contact address
Should any questions or problems arise while reading this manual, please contact Siemens
at the following address:
Siemens AG
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Germany
e-Mail: documentation.sd@siemens.com
Regional contacts
For questions regarding services, prices and conditions of technical support, please contact
your local Siemens partner.
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Table of contents
Foreword ................................................................................................................................................... 5
1
Safety information.................................................................................................................................... 17
2
Description............................................................................................................................................... 21
3
4
5
2.1
The frequency converter ..............................................................................................................21
2.2
Components for assembling a frequency converter ....................................................................24
2.3
Limit / maximum expansion of the ET 200pro modules that can be connected ..........................29
2.4
Overview of the LEDs ..................................................................................................................30
Interfaces................................................................................................................................................. 33
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
Communication interfaces ...........................................................................................................33
Optical interface ...........................................................................................................................34
Fieldbus interface (backplane bus) ..............................................................................................34
MMC interface (Micro Memory Card) ..........................................................................................35
3.2
PTC/KTY84 interface ...................................................................................................................35
3.3
Interface to the motor holding brake ............................................................................................36
Installation ............................................................................................................................................... 37
4.1
Prerequisites and maximum expansion.......................................................................................37
4.2
Mounting the racks.......................................................................................................................38
4.3
Mounting the interface module.....................................................................................................41
4.4
Mounting the bus module.............................................................................................................43
4.5
Mounting the terminating module ................................................................................................44
4.6
Mounting the connection module for IM154.................................................................................46
4.7
Mounting the frequency converters .............................................................................................48
4.8
Wiring in the ET 200pro system...................................................................................................50
4.9
4.9.1
4.9.2
Mounting a fail-safe frequency converter.....................................................................................54
Mounting the bus module for F-RSM and mounting the repair switch module............................55
Mounting the module for the F-Switch .........................................................................................56
Configuration / project engineering .......................................................................................................... 57
5.1
Integrating ET 200 frequency converters into automation systems with STEP 7........................57
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
Installation of the hardware information in SIMATIC Manager ....................................................58
Installation of a hardware support package (HSP) ......................................................................58
Installation of a master device file (GSD) ....................................................................................58
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
Configuring the communication ...................................................................................................59
Generating a hardware configuration for PROFIBUS in the SIMATIC Manager.........................59
Generating a hardware configuration for PROFINET in the SIMATIC Manager .........................65
Creating a fail-safe configuration in SIMATIC Manager ..............................................................72
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7
8
9
12
Commissioning (hardware) ...................................................................................................................... 77
6.1
Startup of ET 200pro................................................................................................................... 78
6.2
Creating a drive configuration with STARTER............................................................................ 79
Commissioning and optimization (software) ............................................................................................ 83
7.1
Commissioning sequence ........................................................................................................... 83
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
Commissioning and optimization of the frequency converter and motor combination ............... 85
General........................................................................................................................................ 85
Calculating the motor and controller data ................................................................................... 86
Motor Data Identification ............................................................................................................. 87
7.3
Commissioning and optimization of the drive application ........................................................... 91
7.4
7.4.1
7.4.2
7.4.2.1
7.4.2.2
7.4.3
7.4.3.1
7.4.3.2
Commissioning of communication between the S7 CPU and the frequency converter ............. 96
Parameter settings for communication ....................................................................................... 96
Process data transfer in the PROFIdrive profile ......................................................................... 98
Control and status words ............................................................................................................ 98
Examples................................................................................................................................... 101
Parameter transfer in the PROFIdrive profile............................................................................ 103
Block call ................................................................................................................................... 103
Examples................................................................................................................................... 109
7.5
7.5.1
Commissioning of the fail-safe functions .................................................................................. 115
General information on acceptance tests ................................................................................. 117
7.6
7.6.1
7.6.2
Performing a reset to factory settings ....................................................................................... 119
Factory settings......................................................................................................................... 120
Resetting fail-safe parameters to default values....................................................................... 121
Series commissioning and operation ..................................................................................................... 123
8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.1.5
8.1.6
Transfer of the frequency converter parameter assignment..................................................... 124
Storage media for frequency converter parameters ................................................................. 124
Parameter transfer - Terms....................................................................................................... 125
Parameter transfer with MMC ................................................................................................... 126
Parameter transfer with PC (STARTER) .................................................................................. 129
Parameter transfer with PLC..................................................................................................... 130
Fault codes during upload and download ................................................................................. 131
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
Series commissioning and replacement of the frequency converter ........................................ 133
Application ID ............................................................................................................................ 133
Series commissioning ............................................................................................................... 134
Replacing a frequency converter .............................................................................................. 136
8.3
Operational performance of the converter ................................................................................ 137
8.4
Parameter change during operation ......................................................................................... 138
Alarm, fault, and system messages ....................................................................................................... 139
9.1
Fault codes and interrupts......................................................................................................... 139
9.2
Diagnostics through LEDs......................................................................................................... 140
9.3
Diagnostics through STARTER ................................................................................................ 143
9.4
9.4.1
9.4.2
Diagnostics through fieldbus ..................................................................................................... 144
Diagnostics through the user program...................................................................................... 144
System diagnostics by means of standardized functions ......................................................... 144
9.5
Device diagnostics .................................................................................................................... 145
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10
11
12
Technical data ....................................................................................................................................... 147
10.1
Technical data............................................................................................................................147
10.2
General ambient conditions .......................................................................................................149
Dimensional drawings............................................................................................................................ 151
11.1
Frequency converter ..................................................................................................................151
11.2
Bus module ................................................................................................................................152
Spare parts/accessories ........................................................................................................................ 153
12.1
A
B
Fault clearance...........................................................................................................................145
Spare parts/accessories ............................................................................................................153
Appendix................................................................................................................................................ 155
A.1
A.1.1
A.1.2
A.1.3
Acceptance Log .........................................................................................................................155
Documentation of acceptance test ............................................................................................155
Function test of the acceptance test ..........................................................................................157
Completing the acceptance log..................................................................................................161
A.2
A.2.1
A.2.2
A.2.3
A.2.4
A.2.4.1
A.2.4.2
ESD directives............................................................................................................................163
Electromagnetic compatibility ....................................................................................................163
Definition of EMC environment and EMC classes .....................................................................164
Overall behavior as regards EMC..............................................................................................165
ET 200S FC frequency converter in the industrial environment ................................................167
ET 200pro FC frequency converter in a drive system in accordance with EN 61800-3 ............167
ET 200pro FC frequency converter in general industrial application.........................................169
A.3
Standards...................................................................................................................................170
List of abbreviations/acronyms .............................................................................................................. 171
B.1
Abbreviations .............................................................................................................................171
Glossary ................................................................................................................................................ 181
Index...................................................................................................................................................... 187
Tables
Table 2-1
Components of the standard frequency converter.......................................................................24
Table 2-2
Components of the fail-safe frequency converter with F-RSM ....................................................26
Table 2-3
Components of the fail-safe frequency converter with F-Switch .................................................28
Table 3-1
Assignment of wiring from the temperature sensor and motor holding brake in the motor
plug ..............................................................................................................................................36
Table 4-1
Maximum mechanical expansion.................................................................................................37
Table 4-2
Maximum electrical expansion.....................................................................................................37
Table 4-3
Rack and grounding cable ...........................................................................................................40
Table 4-4
Tools ............................................................................................................................................51
Table 4-5
Power supply connector X1, X3...................................................................................................51
Table 4-6
Plug-in motor connector X2 .........................................................................................................51
Table 4-7
Assignment of the main power connections on the frequency converter ....................................52
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Table 4-8
Power jumper connector ............................................................................................................. 53
Table 5-1
Operation with standard telegram 1............................................................................................ 59
Table 5-2
Standard telegram 1.................................................................................................................... 59
Table 6-1
Preconditions for commissioning ................................................................................................ 77
Table 7-1
First commissioning and optimization ......................................................................................... 84
Table 7-2
Standard commissioning............................................................................................................. 84
Table 7-3
STARTER connection options .................................................................................................... 85
Table 7-4
Settings for P0340....................................................................................................................... 87
Table 7-5
Standard telegram 1.................................................................................................................... 96
Table 7-6
Fieldbus parameters ................................................................................................................... 96
Table 7-7
Parameters for flexibly interconnecting process data in the PROFIdrive profile ........................ 97
Table 7-8
Preassignment, control word 1 ................................................................................................... 98
Table 7-9
Preassignment, status word 1................................................................................................... 100
Table 7-10
Parameter request .................................................................................................................... 104
Table 7-11
Parameter response.................................................................................................................. 105
Table 7-12
Description of the fields for parameter requests ....................................................................... 105
Table 7-13
Description of the fields for parameter requests ....................................................................... 107
Table 7-14
Error values in parameter responses........................................................................................ 108
Table 7-15
Parameters for fail-safe functions ............................................................................................. 116
Table 8-1
Settings of P8458 after an automatic parameter download from the MMC.............................. 128
Table 10-1
Technical data........................................................................................................................... 147
Table A-1
Machine description and overview/block diagram .................................................................... 155
Table A-2
Fail-safe functions for each drive .............................................................................................. 156
Table A-3
Description of the fail-safe equipment/devices ......................................................................... 157
Table A-4
"Safe Torque Off" function (STO).............................................................................................. 158
Table A-5
"Safe Stop 1" function (SS1) ..................................................................................................... 159
Table A-6
"Safely-Limited Speed" function (SLS) ..................................................................................... 160
Table A-7
Conductor-related and radiated emitted interference ............................................................... 165
Table A-8
EMC immunity........................................................................................................................... 166
Table A-9
Use in the industrial environment.............................................................................................. 167
Table A-10
Limit values for noise radiation for a drive system compliant with Category C3....................... 167
Table A-11
Limit values for interference immunity for a drive system compliant with Category C3 ........... 168
Table A-12
Ground leakage currents to EN 61800-5-1 with 15 m CY shielded cable ................................ 168
Table A-13
Limit values for noise radiation for general industrial application to EN 61000-6-4.................. 169
Table A-14
Limit values for interference immunity for general industrial application to EN 61000-6-2....... 169
Table 12-15
BICO parameter attributes ........................................................................................................ 183
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Table 12-16
Changeable parameter attributes ..............................................................................................183
Table 12-17
Data type of parameter attributes ..............................................................................................183
Table 12-18
Data type of parameter attributes ..............................................................................................184
Table 12-19
Quick commissioning parameter attributes................................................................................184
Table 12-20
Range of values of parameter attributes....................................................................................185
Table 12-21
Changeable parameter attributes ..............................................................................................185
Figures
Figure 2-1
Standard frequency converter......................................................................................................24
Figure 2-2
Fail-safe frequency converter with F-RSM ..................................................................................25
Figure 2-3
Fail-safe frequency converter with F-Switch................................................................................27
Figure 3-1
Interfaces on the ET 200pro ........................................................................................................33
Figure 4-1
Dimensional drawing of compact-wide rack ................................................................................38
Figure 4-2
Dimensional drawing of wide module rack ..................................................................................39
Figure 4-3
Grounding the wide rack ..............................................................................................................40
Figure 4-4
Installing the interface module for PROFIBUS DP (example) .....................................................42
Figure 4-5
Mounting the bus module for frequency converters.....................................................................43
Figure 4-6
Mounting the terminating module ................................................................................................45
Figure 4-7
Mounting the connection module .................................................................................................47
Figure 4-8
Taking the frequency converter out of the packaging..................................................................48
Figure 4-9
Placing the frequency converter on an even surface ..................................................................48
Figure 4-10
Mounting the connection module, interface module, terminating module and frequency
converter ......................................................................................................................................49
Figure 4-11
ET 200pro FC frequency converter .............................................................................................52
Figure 4-12
Mounting the repair switch module ..............................................................................................55
Figure 4-13
Modules for the F-Switch .............................................................................................................56
Figure 5-1
Master system..............................................................................................................................60
Figure 5-2
Selecting the ET 200pro from the hardware catalog ...................................................................60
Figure 5-3
Allocating the slave address at the PROFIBUS DP.....................................................................61
Figure 5-4
Configuration................................................................................................................................61
Figure 5-5
Selecting the frequency converter ...............................................................................................62
Figure 5-6
Frequency converter in slot..........................................................................................................62
Figure 5-7
Setting the address in the I/O map ..............................................................................................63
Figure 5-8
Parameter ....................................................................................................................................64
Figure 5-9
Operating parameters ..................................................................................................................64
Figure 5-10
Setting the device-specific parameters........................................................................................65
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Figure 5-11
Inserting an IO Controller ............................................................................................................ 66
Figure 5-12
Creating a network ...................................................................................................................... 66
Figure 5-13
Selecting the ET 200pro from the hardware catalog .................................................................. 67
Figure 5-14
Specifying device names ............................................................................................................ 67
Figure 5-15
Configuration............................................................................................................................... 68
Figure 5-16
Selecting the frequency converter .............................................................................................. 69
Figure 5-17
Frequency converter in slot......................................................................................................... 69
Figure 5-18
Setting the address in the I/O map ............................................................................................. 70
Figure 5-19
Parameter.................................................................................................................................... 71
Figure 5-20
Operating parameters ................................................................................................................. 71
Figure 5-21
Setting the device-specific parameters ....................................................................................... 72
Figure 5-22
Defining the start address ........................................................................................................... 73
Figure 5-23
Specifying the diagnostics properties ......................................................................................... 74
Figure 5-24
Configuring a frequency converter in a Safety Local environment ............................................. 74
Figure 5-25
Setting the PROFIsafe address 1018 by way of example .......................................................... 75
Figure 6-1
Starting up an ET 200pro with frequency converter ................................................................... 78
Figure 6-2
Power derating in relation to the ambient temperature............................................................... 79
Figure 6-3
Star connection/Delta connection conversion............................................................................. 81
Figure 7-1
Equivalent circuit diagram (ECD)................................................................................................ 88
Figure 7-2
Magnetizing characteristic........................................................................................................... 88
Figure 7-3
Writing PROFIdrive process data ............................................................................................. 102
Figure 7-4
Reading PROFIdrive process data ........................................................................................... 102
Figure 7-5
DB47 (DS47 write job) .............................................................................................................. 109
Figure 7-6
DB1 (DS47 response) ............................................................................................................... 110
Figure 7-7
Request processing in OB1 ...................................................................................................... 111
Figure 7-8
DB48 (DS47 read job)............................................................................................................... 112
Figure 7-9
DB1 (DS47 response) ............................................................................................................... 112
Figure 7-10
Example DB1 after P947 has been read out successfully with F70 pending (P947.0=70) ...... 114
Figure 8-1
Series commissioning interfaces .............................................................................................. 134
Figure 11-1
Standard frequency converters................................................................................................. 151
Figure 11-2
Bus module ............................................................................................................................... 152
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Safety instructions
The warnings, safety information and remarks that follow are intended to be used as both
safety measures for users and as measures that can be put in place to avoid damage to the
product or to components of the connected machines. The following section provides an
overview of warnings, safety information and remarks that are generally applicable to any
work involving the ET 200pro FC product: these are divided into general instructions and
instructions for transportation and storage, commissioning, operation, repair, disassembly,
and disposal.
Particular warnings and danger notices, as well as remarks on certain actions, will be given
at the beginning of each relevant chapter of these Operating Instructions. In all sections,
these will be repeated or expanded upon at key points.
Please read this information carefully: it has been included with your own personal safety in
mind and in order to help you extend the service life of both your ET 200pro FC product and
the machines that are connected to it.
General information
WARNING
These devices carry hazardous voltages and control rotating mechanical parts which can
be dangerous in some circumstances. Non-observance of the warnings or non-compliance
with the instructions in this manual can lead to danger to life, serious injury or substantial
damage to property.
Protection by means of SELV/PELV in case of direct touching is permitted only in areas
with equipotential bonding and in dry interior spaces. If these conditions are not fulfilled,
other protective measures against electric shock are to be taken, e.g. protective insulation.
Only suitably qualified personnel who have previously familiarized themselves with all the
instructions regarding safety, installation, operating and maintenance as set out in this
manual are permitted to work on these devices. Successful and safe operation of these
devices depends on their proper handling, installation, operation and maintenance.
If an RCD (also called ELCB or RCCB) has been installed, the power module works without
switching-off inadvertently provided the following preconditions have been met:
- A type B residual current operated circuit-breaker is used.
- The response limit current of the RCD is 300 mA.
- The neutral conductor of the network has been grounded.
- Only one power module is supplied via each RCD.
- The shielded output cables are shorter than 15 m.
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Safety information
The power-supply, direct-current and motor terminals as well as the brake cables and
thermistor cables can carry hazardous voltages even when the converter is out of service.
After interruption of the power supply, wait at least 5 minutes until the device has
discharged itself. Only then carry out installation work.
It is strictly forbidden to isolate the device from the supply on the motor side; isolation from
the supply must always be carried out on the supply side of the converter.
Before the power supply for the converter is connected, it must first be ensured that the
terminal box of the motor has been connected.
This device is designed to ensure internal motor-overload protection in accordance with
UL508C. See P0610 and P0335; i²t has been set to ON as the standard setting.
If an LED or similar indicator does not light up or is not active when a function is switched
from ON to OFF, this does not mean that the unit has been switched off or is current-free.
The converter must always be properly grounded.
The device must be isolated from the power supply before any cables, plugs or wires are
connected to the device or altered.
Make sure that the converter has been configured for the correct supply voltage. It must be
ensured that the converter is not connected to a higher supply voltage.
Static discharge on surfaces or at interfaces which are not generally accessible (e.g.
terminals or connector pins) can cause malfunctioning or defects. The ESD protective
measures should therefore be observed during work with converters or converter
components.
The general and regional installation and safety regulations for working on equipment
carrying hazardous voltages (e.g. EN 50178) as well as the relevant stipulations regarding
the correct use of tools and personal protective equipment (PPE) are especially to be
observed.
CAUTION
Children and other unauthorized persons must be forbidden access to the devices!
It is only permissible to use these devices for the purpose indicated by the manufacturer.
Unauthorized changes and the use of spare parts and accessories which are not sold or
recommended by the manufacturer of the device can lead to fires, electric shock and
injuries.
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NOTICE
This manual is to be kept somewhere close to the devices and must be easily accessible
for all users.
If measurements or tests have to be carried out on the live device, the stipulations of safety
regulation BGV A2 are to be complied with, especially § 8 "Permissible deviations during
work on live parts". Suitable electronic tools are to be used.
Before installation and commissioning, please read this safety information and the warnings
carefully as well as the warning signs fitted to the devices. It must be ensured that the
warning signs are always legible; any signs that are damaged or missing are to be
replaced.
Transport and storage
WARNING
Correct transport, storage as well as careful operation and maintenance are essential for
the proper and safe operation of the equipment.
CAUTION
Protect the equipment against physical shocks and vibration during transport and storage. It
is important that the equipment is protected from water (rainfall) and excessive
temperatures.
Repairs
WARNING
It is not permissible to open the frequency converter. If the frequency converter is
nevertheless opened, a new one must be used in order to ensure retention of the same
degree of protection.
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Description
2.1
2
The frequency converter
Description
The ET 200Pro FC is a compact frequency converter that is completely embedded in the
distributed I/O system of the ET 200pro. The individual components can be configured in
STEP 7 HW Config or integrated into other configuration systems using a GSD (device
master file).
The frequency converters are available in two versions:
● Standard
● Fail-safe
The frequency converter works with an input voltage of 3 AC 400 V 50/60 Hz and can be
used for 3-phase motors up to 1.1 KW, with temperature derating up to 1.5 KW.
Special features of the frequency converter
The power unit of the frequency converter feeds the braking energy from the motor back into
the line supply system. A braking resistor, which transforms energy accumulated during
regenerative operation into heat, is not necessary. The frequency converter can be operated
without a line reactor.
Commissioning and operation
The commissioning software STARTER is used for commissioning. It can be downloaded
from the Siemens homepage or ordered on a data carrier. It parameterizes the frequency
converter through a fieldbus or a point-to-point connection. You have the option of reading
the parameters for operating the frequency converter from the EEPROM of the frequency
converter or from a Micro Memory Card (MMC) that is inserted in the frequency converter. A
higher-level controller (e.g. SIMATIC S7) program is used to control the frequency converter.
Characteristics
● Compact frequency converter in the SIMATIC ET 200pro system
● Easy installation
● Easy commissioning
● Interconnection of signals using BICO technology
● Selectable data sets
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Description
2.1 The frequency converter
● Fast current limitation (FCL) for trip-free operation
● Energy recovery into line supply system
● No braking resistor required
● Robust EMC design
● Can be configured for a wide range of applications
● Powerfail-proof storage of parameter settings on either EEPROM or MMC
● Control and diagnostics using a higher-level controller (e.g. SIMATIC S7)
● Diagnostics through LEDs
● High pulse frequencies for low-noise motor operation (default setting: 4 kHz), can be set
between 2 kHz and 16 kHz
● Optical interface with USS protocol for commissioning with STARTER
Commissioning functions
● Quick commissioning
● Calculating the motor/controller data
● Motor data identification
● Application commissioning
● Series commissioning
● Parameter reset to default settings
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Description
2.1 The frequency converter
Operating functions
● Adjustable setpoint channel
● Adjustable ramp function generator (RFG)
● Jog mode
● Free function blocks (FFB)
● Positioning ramp down
● Automatic restart (AR) function
● Flying restart
● Current limiting
● Slip compensation
● Motor holding brake (MHB)
● Regenerative braking
Additional features of fail-safe frequency converters
● Safe Torque Off (STO)
● Safe Stop 1 (SS1)
● Safely Limited Speed (SLS)
Function modules
● Vector control (speed and torque control) without encoder
● V/f control with different characteristics
Protective functions
● Motor protection functions
● Frequency converter protection functions
● System protection functions
Interfaces
● PROFIBUS or PROFINET through backplane bus
● MMC as parameter memory
● Optical interface with USS protocol
● Motor temperature sensor PTC or KTY84
Additional features of fail-safe frequency converters
Inputs for evaluating the switch-off signals from fail-safe ET 200pro modules (e.g. F-Switch
or F-RSM)
Note
These inputs are an interface to the backplane bus and not directly accessible.
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Description
2.2 Components for assembling a frequency converter
2.2
Components for assembling a frequency converter
General information
The following section provides an overview of configuration options for the frequency
converters in the ET 200pro distributed I/O system.
Other general information on the ET 200pro distributed I/O system can be found in the
manual entitled "ET 200pro Distributed I/O System".
For the purpose of selecting the components of an ET 200pro distributed I/O system, we
recommend the "SIMATIC ET 200 Configurator" tool.
The ET 200pro system contains a large number of components which the user can combine
according to his needs. The minimum configuration of a frequency converter requires a rack,
a complete interface module including a bus terminating module (in the scope of supply of
the IM), the bus module of the frequency converter and the frequency converter itself. The
components described below represent the minimum configuration of a standard frequency
converter.
More information can be found on the ET 200pro website and in the general ET 200pro
manual.
Standard frequency converter
Figure 2-1
Table 2-1
Illustration
1
Standard frequency converter
Components of the standard frequency converter
Components
Function
Rack, wide
The ET 200pro bus modules, onto which the electronic modules are
screwed, must be mounted on the rack.
Lengths: 0.5 m, 1 m
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Illustration
2
Components
Function
Interface module for
PROFINET DP, with bus
module
The interface module interconnects the ET 200pro with the DP master and
prepares the data for the electronic modules.
The unit is delivered with the terminating module, and the interface module
is already mounted on the bus module.
• The bus module is the mechanical and electrical connection element
between the various ET 200pro modules.
The following interface modules are available for PROFIBUS DP:
• IM154-1 DP
• IM154-2 DP HF
3
Connection modules for
interface modules
The connection modules are mounted on the interface modules. They are
used to connect PROFIBUS DP, the electronics/encoder supply and the
load voltage supply.
Available connection modules:
• Direct connection:
– CM IM DP Direct
• ECOFAST:
– CM IM DP ECOFAST Cu
– CM IM DP M12, 7/8"
4
Frequency converter with bus
module
The frequency converter is connected to the higher-level controller by way
of the bus module and interface module. Power and motor are connected
using prefabricated cables
5
Terminating module
The ET 200pro bus is terminated with the terminating module
Fail-safe frequency converter
Figure 2-2
Fail-safe frequency converter with F-RSM
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Description
2.2 Components for assembling a frequency converter
Table 2-2
Illustration
Components of the fail-safe frequency converter with F-RSM
Components
Function
1
Rack, wide
The ET 200pro bus modules, onto which the electronic modules are
screwed, must be mounted on the rack.
2
Interface module for
PROFINET DP, with bus
module
Lengths: 0.5 m, 1 m
The interface module interconnects the ET 200pro with the DP master and
prepares the data for the electronic modules.
The unit is delivered with the terminating module, and the interface module
is already mounted on the bus module.
• The bus module is the mechanical and electrical connection element
between the various ET 200pro modules.
• The terminating module terminates the ET 200pro.
The following interface modules are available for PROFIBUS DP:
• IM154-1 DP
• IM154-2 DP HF
3
Connection modules for
interface modules
The connection modules are mounted on the interface modules. They are
used to connect PROFIBUS DP, the electronics/encoder supply and the
load voltage supply.
Available connection modules:
• Direct connection:
– CM IM DP Direct
• ECOFAST:
– CM IM DP ECOFAST Cu
– CM IM DP M12, 7/8"
Not
illustrated
Interface module for
PROFINET IO, with bus
module
The interface module interconnects the ET 200pro with the IO controller and
prepares the data for the electronic modules.
The interface module and connection module are shipped as a compact
unit. The terminating module is included. The interface module is mounted
on the bus module.
Interface module available for PROFINET IO:
• IM154-4 PN HF
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4
Safety Local repair switch
module (F-RSM), with bus
module
The F-RSM is used to trigger the safety functions of the fail-safe frequency
converter through the backplane bus; it switches the power bus for the
following motor starters and frequency converters. An F-RSM must always
be plugged in the system to the left of the frequency converter and can be
controlled only through local safe inputs (Safety Local function).
5
Frequency converter with bus
module
The frequency converter is connected to the higher-level controller by way
of the bus module and interface module; power and motor are connected
using prefabricated cables
6
Terminating module
The ET 200pro bus is terminated with the terminating module
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2.2 Components for assembling a frequency converter
Figure 2-3
Fail-safe frequency converter with F-Switch
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Description
2.2 Components for assembling a frequency converter
Table 2-3
Illustration
Components of the fail-safe frequency converter with F-Switch
Components
Function
1
Rack, wide
The ET 200pro bus modules, onto which the electronic modules are
screwed, must be mounted on the rack.
2
Interface module for
PROFINET DP, with bus
module
Lengths: 0.5 m, 1 m
The interface module interconnects the ET 200pro with the DP master and
prepares the data for the electronic modules.
The unit is delivered with the terminating module, and the interface module
is already mounted on the bus module.
• The bus module is the mechanical and electrical connection element
between the various ET 200pro modules.
• The terminating module terminates the ET 200pro.
The following interface modules are available for PROFIBUS DP:
• IM154-1 DP
• IM154-2 DP HF
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Connection modules for
interface modules
The connection modules are mounted on the interface modules. They are
used to connect PROFIBUS DP, the electronics/encoder supply and the
load voltage supply.
Available connection modules:
• Direct connection:
– CM IM DP Direct
• ECOFAST:
– CM IM DP ECOFAST Cu
– CM IM DP M12, 7/8"
Not
illustrated
Interface module for
PROFINET IO, with bus
module
The interface module interconnects the ET 200pro with the IO controller and
prepares the data for the electronic modules.
The interface module and connection module are shipped as a compact
unit. The terminating module is included. The interface module is mounted
on the bus module.
Interface module available for PROFINET IO:
• IM154-4 PN HF
4
Fail-safe I/O module, with bus
module
F-Switch
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The F-Switch is used in conjunction with the frequency converter only for
the purpose of switching control signals from the higher-level controller
through PROFIsafe onto the internal switch-off signals F0 and F1 on the
ET 200pro backplane bus.
5
Frequency converter with bus
module
The frequency converter is connected to the higher-level controller by way
of the bus module and interface module. Power and motor are connected
using prefabricated cables
6
Terminating module
The ET 200pro bus is terminated with the terminating module
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2.3 Limit / maximum expansion of the ET 200pro modules that can be connected
2.3
Limit / maximum expansion of the ET 200pro modules that can be
connected
Maximum expansion for each IM 154 interface module
When configuring the system, please note the following:
● One ET 200pro station can be configured with up to 16 modules for each IM154 interface
module. These include:
– Power modules
– Frequency converters
– Electronic modules
– Motor starters and special modules
● Up to 5 frequency converters can be mounted into one ET 200pro station.
● The maximum width of an ET 200pro is 1 m.
I/O address range of the ET 200pro frequency converters
The address range is 4 bytes.
Current carrying capacity of a 24 V potential group
The number of modules that can be connected depends on the total current of all of the
modules of this potential group. This total may not exceed the maximum current carrying
capacity.
Note
The current consumption of a frequency converter is max. 0.8 A.
If additional components belong to a particular potential group, e.g. a motor starter, then the
current consumption of this component must be separately taken into account.
Current carrying capacity of a 400 V load group
The total capacity of a load group (sum total of currents of all the loads in a load group) is
25 A (3 AC 400 V). If this value is exceeded, a new load group is required. With the
frequency converter it is possible to relay the 400 V power supply to the next frequency
converter/motor starter in the ET 200pro station.
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Description
2.4 Overview of the LEDs
2.4
Overview of the LEDs
Status display through LEDs
The SIMATIC ET 200pro FC frequency converters have a number of functions and statuses
that can be displayed by means of LEDs.
Standard frequency converter
Fail-safe frequency converter
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Colors
The frequency converter status is displayed by means of the following range of LED colors
and statuses:
Description
Color
Status
On
30
Fault LED
• SF
Red
Standby LED
• RY
Green
Fail-safe LED
• ES
• STO, SS1, SLS
Yellow
Off
Transitional status
(Flashing: 0.5 Hz)
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2.4 Overview of the LEDs
Description of the LEDs
LEDs
Description
System failure (SF)
The "System failure" LED indicates a general system error in either
the software or hardware.
Ready (RY)
The Ready LED indicates whether the converter is ready; a control
word is sent for this purpose. It does not show whether the drive is
running or not.
Final state (FS)
The "Final state" LED shows whether the final state of a safety
function that has been triggered has been reached.
Safe torque off (STO)
The STO LED indicates the safety function "Safe Torque Off".
Safe Stop 1 (SS1)
The SS1 LED indicates the safety function "Safe Stop 1".
Safely Limited Speed (SLS)
The SLS LED indicates the safety function "Safely Limited Speed".
You can find safety function information in the Function Manual.
See also
Diagnostics through LEDs (Page 140)
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Interfaces
3.1
Communication interfaces
Overview
The frequency converter has 3 communication interfaces. These are:
● An optical interface for commissioning the frequency converter using a PC and the
RS232 interface
● A fieldbus connection
Through the ET 200pro backplane bus for communicating with a higher-level control
● An MMC slot
Slot for a special micro memory card (MMC). The MMC can be used as a parameter
memory or for updating firmware.
Figure 3-1
Interfaces on the ET 200pro
①
Optical interface
②
ET 200pro backplane bus
③
MMC
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3.1 Communication interfaces
3.1.1
Optical interface
Description
The ET 200pro FC frequency converter has a serial optical communication interface with
USS protocol for commissioning using the STARTER commissioning software on a PC.
RS232/optical conversion is performed in the cable between the PC and the frequency
converter.
The following components are required:
● PC with Windows 2000/Windows 2003 Server/Windows XP
● STARTER commissioning software (version 4.1 or higher)
● RS232 interface cable (Order No. 6RK1 922-2PB00).
3.1.2
Fieldbus interface (backplane bus)
Description
Communication between an ET 200pro station and the associated higher-level control
(e.g. SIMATIC S7) is established using the standardized PROFIBUS DP communication
protocol or PROFINET I/O. Communication within the ET 200pro system is performed over
the ET 200pro backplane bus. The ET 200pro IM 154 interface module creates the interface
between the two bus systems.
Communication data
The ET 200pro FC frequency converter is operated and controlled in normal process mode
via PROFIdrive profile 4.0 with standard telegram 1.
The PROFIdrive profile with the standard telegram 1 provides the following functionality:
● Sending control words and setpoints with a fixed length to the drive
● Receiving status words and actual values with a fixed length from the drive
● Indicating drive faults through data record 47
● Reading/writing parameters via data set 47.
Note
Parameter values are transferred in acyclic data exchange through data record 47.
Standard diagnostics
The frequency converter can be included in the standard diagnostics of S7.
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3.2 PTC/KTY84 interface
3.1.3
MMC interface (Micro Memory Card)
Description
The MMC interface can be used to back up frequency converter parameters on an external
MMC and, if required, download them back onto the frequency converter.
Possible fields of application for the MMC
The MMC can be used as a parameter memory:
● Uploading a parameter set onto an MMC
● Transferring parameters from an MMC when exchanging the frequency converter
● Automatic download of a parameter set from an MMC.
Note
Several parameter sets can be stored on an MMC. The file name clone00.bin is used in
the default setting. Other names can be set via P0804 (e.g., clone00.bin to clone99.bin).
Inserting the MMC
Precondition: The frequency converter must be disassembled.
The label must be facing down when the chamfered edge of the
MMC is pointing left.
The MMC must be pushed into the MMC slot as far as it will go;
it can only then be removed by pressing the eject button.
3.2
PTC/KTY84 interface
The PTC/KTY84 interface can be used as an option.
Description
The connection for a PTC/KTY84 sensor to the motor temperature monitor is integrated in
the motor connector.
WARNING
The motor temperature monitor is assigned to the line supply potential, dangerous touch
voltages are thus possible.
The frequency converter must be switched off-circuit before the motor temperature sensor
can be connected.
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3.3 Interface to the motor holding brake
3.3
Interface to the motor holding brake
Description
A motor holding brake can be controlled using the ET 200pro FC. The electrical connection
between the frequency converter and the brake is established by plugging the motor cable
into the frequency converter. Use of the motor holding brake is optional.
Table 3-1
Number
Assignment of wiring from the temperature sensor and motor holding brake in the motor
plug
Pin X2 on the frequency converter
HAN Q8/0 (socket)
1
U
2
Not assigned
3
W
4
Brake (-)
5
PTC/KTY84 (+)
6
Brake (+)
7
V
8
PTC/KTY84 (-)
PE
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Installation
4.1
Prerequisites and maximum expansion
Maximum mechanical expansion
The maximum expansion of an ET 200pro is reached when one of the rules outlined below
applies:
Table 4-1
Maximum mechanical expansion
Features
Rule
Number of modules
max. 16 electronic modules
Width of ET 200pro
max. 1 m mounting width (without rack)
Number of frequency converters
maximum 5
Maximum electrical expansion
● Electronic / encoder supply 1L+:
– Powers the internal electronics of the frequency converters
– Electrically isolated to the backplane bus of ET 200pro, to 2L+ and to
PROFIBUS DP/PROFINET IO
● Load voltage supply 2L+:
– Powers the safe inputs and outputs when a safety-orientated frequency converter is
used
– Electrically isolated to the backplane bus, to 1L+ and to PROFIBUS DP/
PROFINET IO
Table 4-2
Maximum electrical expansion
Features
Rule
Electronic/encoder supply 1L+
max. 5 A per ET 200pro station; a frequency converter
requires 0.8 A
Load voltage supply 2L+ max. 10 A
per ET 200pro station
The load caused by the frequency converter is negligible
There is no electrical limit for a station that has been expanded with a maximum of 5
frequency converters.
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4.2 Mounting the racks
4.2
Mounting the racks
The frequency converter is mounted on the wide rack. The following versions are possible:
● Rack, wide
● Rack, compact-wide
Dimensions
500
476
182
110
119
182
27
220
231
27
35
56
9
12
35
182
27
110
119
182
220
231
27
13
1000
976
56
9
12
35
27
110
119
max. 200
220
231
27
13
2000
1976
56
9
12
Figure 4-1
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12
Dimensional drawing of compact-wide rack
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PD[
Figure 4-2
Dimensional drawing of wide module rack
Tools required
● Wrench or screwdriver, matching the selected fixing screws.
● Stripping tool and crimp tool for the grounding cable.
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4.2 Mounting the racks
Accessories required
Table 4-3
Rack and grounding cable
For...
you can use ...
Explanation
Outer fixing screws
M8 cylindrical head screw
according to
ISO 1207/ISO 1580
(DIN 84/DIN 85)
Choose a suitable screw length
for your configuration. You also
need 8.4 mm washers
according to ISO 7092 (DIN
433)
Hexagonal head screw, M8,
according to ISO 4017 (DIN
4017)
Grounding cable
Insulated cable, conductor
cross-section: min. 4 mm2)
You also need an M8 ring cable
lug and an M8 spring lock
washer
Mounting the rack and connecting functional ground
1. If necessary, mark the mounting holes on the mounting base, then drill holes with
diameter of 8.5 mm±0.2 mm.
2. Screw-mount (M8 screws) the rack onto the carrier.
3. Strip the grounding cable (Cu strip, for example) for your functional earth (FE) to a
suitable length, then crimp an M8 lug onto the conductor.
4. Fasten the grounding cable using one of the bore holes of the rack: Slip the spring lock
washer, the washer and the cable lug onto the mounting screw, then screw the rack onto
the carrier.
5. Connect the opposite end of the grounding cable to ground potential.
Note
Ensure adequate equipotential bonding.
Figure 4-3
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Grounding the wide rack
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4.3 Mounting the interface module
4.3
Mounting the interface module
The interface module connects ET 200pro to PROFIBUS DP/ PROFINET IO and supplies
power to the electronic modules.
Requirements
● Interface module for PROFIBUS DP
– The terminating module is removed from the interface module.
– The rack has been mounted.
● Interface module for PROFINET IO
– The terminating module is removed from the interface module.
– The SIMATIC Micro Memory Card is inserted.
– The rack has been mounted.
Required Tools
Cross-tip screwdriver, size 2
Procedure
1. Snap-mount the Interface module onto the rack, then slide it into the correct position
2. Screw-mount the Interface module onto the rack.
Interface module for PROFIBUS DP (without connection module):
2 recessed head screws on the front: top and bottom, tightening torque 1.5 N/m
Interface module for PROFINET IO:
All recessed head screws on the front: top and bottom, tightening torque 1.5 N/m
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4.3 Mounting the interface module
Figure 4-4
①
42
Installing the interface module for PROFIBUS DP (example)
Interface module
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4.4 Mounting the bus module
4.4
Mounting the bus module
The bus module connects the frequency converter to the ET 200pro backplane bus.
Requirements
● The interface module is mounted on the rack.
● Additional bus modules can be mounted next to the interface module
Procedure
1. Snap-mount the bus module onto the rack.
2. Push the bus module to the left until it engages into the interface module or the previous
electronic module.
Note
The bus module is first screwed together with the frequency converter to the mounting
plate.
Figure 4-5
Mounting the bus module for frequency converters
①
Interface module
②
Bus module 155 mm
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4.5 Mounting the terminating module
4.5
Mounting the terminating module
The ET 200pro station must be terminated with the terminating module.
Requirements
● All bus modules are mounted on the rack.
Required tools
Cross-tip screwdriver, size 2
Procedure
1. Mount the terminating module onto the rack.
2. Slide the terminating module to the left up against the last bus module.
Note
Do not screw the terminating module to the rack (2 recessed head screws at the front,
torque 1.5 Nm) until all the bus modules are mounted and screwed in place.
The terminating module is included in the scope of delivery of the interface module.
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Figure 4-6
Mounting the terminating module
①
Interface module
②
Bus module 155 mm
③
Bus terminating module
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4.6 Mounting the connection module for IM154
4.6
Mounting the connection module for IM154
There are various connection modules with different connection methods for IM 154
● CM IM DP ECOFAST Cu
● CM IP DP M12, 7/8"
● CM IM DP Direct.
Requirements
The interface module must be mounted.
Required tools
Cross-tip screwdriver, size 2
Procedure
1. Make the settings depending on the connection module and establish the internal
connections
The settings and connections of all communication modules are described in the manual
"ET 200pro Distributed I/O Devices"
2. Fastening the connection module with 4 screws
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Figure 4-7
Mounting the connection module
①
Connection module
②
Interface module
③
Bus module 155 mm for frequency converters
④
Bus terminating module
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4.7
Mounting the frequency converters
The frequency converter is unpacked and screwed onto the bus module using 8 screws.
Note
When removing the device from the packaging, be sure not to touch or damage the rear
plug. Remove the device and place it on a even surface.
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Figure 4-8
Taking the frequency converter out of the packaging
Figure 4-9
Placing the frequency converter on an even surface
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Requirements
The bus module for the frequency converter and all the modules to the left are mounted.
Tools required
Cross-head screwdriver, size 2.
Procedure
1. Plug the frequency converter into the bus module so that the two domes on the rear
engage in the guide holes of the bus module.
2. Holding the frequency converter firmly against the module rack, screw it in place with 4
screws on the top and 4 screws on the bottom. The upper 4 screws simultaneously fasten
the bus module.
Figure 4-10
①
Mounting the connection module, interface module, terminating module and frequency
converter
Connection module
②
Interface module
③
Frequency converter
④
Bus terminating module
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4.8
Wiring in the ET 200pro system
Communication and auxiliary voltages are routed with standard connectors through the
interface module (or power modules) and the backplane bus to the frequency converter and
do not have to be considered here.
The power unit of the frequency converter is rated for direct operation on TN and TT line
supply systems with a grounded PEN conductor with a rated voltage of 3 AC 400 V. In the
case of systems where CE/EMC requirements are to be fulfilled, the prescribed shielded
cables must be used. For this we recommend standard SY cables; the shield must be
grounded at both ends and the perfect connection of the shielding must be checked.
The 400 V supply is connected using standard connectors:
● X1 line supply system input
● X2 motor connector (the cables for both the brake and the temperature sensor are
integrated)
● X3 looped-through line supply system
Requirements
NOTICE
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) compatibility
These devices are only certified for installation in industrial machines in accordance with
the "Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery" (NFPA79).
Due to their design features, it is possible that these devices cannot be installed in
accordance with the National Electrical Code (NFPA70).
NOTICE
It is only permissible to use temperature-resistant copper cables for at least 75 °C.
● Motor cable: max. 15 m, shielded with metallic HAN 8 connector
A hybrid cable is necessary when using a motor holding brake and/or PTC/KTY 84.
● Additional incoming line supply system:
– If the 400 V infeed line, 4 mm² (AWG 12), is looped through within the ET 200 station;
max. 25 A
– If a single infeed line is used for a frequency converter or motor starter, 1.5 mm²
(AWG 16) is sufficient.
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Tools required
If you use prefabricated standard cables, no tools will be needed for the frequency converter
side. You can adapt the motor side to your needs. If you want to prepare the cables yourself,
the following tools, among others, will be needed.
Table 4-4
Tools
Harting order no.
Crimping tool (Q8/0 and Q4/2)
Inserts for crimping tool
--
0999 000 0001
0.5
mm2
(AWG 20)
0999 000 0007
1.5 mm2 (AWG 16)
0999 000 0007
4
mm2
(AWG 12)
6
mm2
(AWG 10)
0999 000 0006
without insert
Extraction tool (Q8/0)
--
0999 000 0319
Extraction tool (Q4/2)
--
0999 000 0305
Table 4-5
Power supply connector X1, X3
All plug-in connecting components are Harting Q4/2
Enclosure
Crimp size
0912 006 3141
Cap
Screw-type
connection/seal
Female connector for 0932 000 6208
X1:
6 mm2 (AWG 10)
0912 008 5408
0900 000 5059
0932 000 6107
0912 008 5407
0900 000 5059
Male connector for
X3:
4 mm2 (AWG 12)
Table 4-6
Crimp number
Plug-in motor connector X2
All plug-in connecting components are Harting Q8/0
Enclosure
Crimp size
Crimp number
Cap
Screw-type
connection/seal
0912 008 3001
Male:
1.5 mm2 (AWG 16)
0933 000 6104
0912 008 0502
0912 000 5057
Male:
0.5 mm2 (AWG 20)
0933 000 6121
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Table 4-7
Assignment of the main power connections on the frequency converter
Connection X1
Connection X2
Connection X3
HAN Q4/2 (male)
HAN Q8/0 (female)
HAN Q4/2 (female)
1
Phase L1
U
Phase L1
2
Phase L2
Not assigned
Phase L2
3
Phase L3
W
Phase L3
4
Not assigned
Brake (-)
Not assigned
5
--
PTC/KTY84 (+)
--
Number
6
--
Brake (+)
--
7
--
V
--
--
PTC/KTY84 (-)
--
PE
PE
PE
8
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Motor cable
Motor cable up to 10 m are available under the following order designation:
● 6ES7194-1LA01-0AA0 (1.5 m)
● 6ES7194-1LB01-0AA0 (3.0 m)
● 6ES7194-1LC01-0AA0 (5.0 m)
● 6ES7194-1LD01-0AA0 (10.0 m).
Larger lengths up to 15 m can be obtained from our service providers.
NOTICE
A metallic connector enclosure must be used for connecting.
The shield of the motor cable must be connected to a large area of the motor housing (for
EMC reasons).
Power transmission
The power jumper connector is used to loop-through the main power from one frequency
converter/motor starter to the next frequency converter/motor starter.
The table below shows the assignment of the contacts:
Table 4-8
Power jumper connector
Pin
Socket
Assignment
1
1
Phase L1
2
2
Phase L2
3
3
Phase L3
4
4
Not assigned
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4.9
Mounting a fail-safe frequency converter
Fail-safe applications are configured basically the same as standard applications but with the
following differences:
● Mounted to the left of the frequency converter must be a module through which the safety
functions of the frequency converter can be actuated, for example:
– an F-RSM repair switch module
– an F-Switch
● Only the following modules are allowed to be connected between the F-RSM or F-Switch
and the fail-safe frequency converter:
– 400 V shutdown module
– all direct or reversing starters
– the standard frequency converter
– the fail-safe frequency converter
Procedure:
Mount one after the other:
1. Rack
2. Interface module
3. Bus module for F-RSM or F-Switch
4. Bus module for frequency converter
5. Terminating module
6. Connection module for the interface module
7. F-RSM or F-Switch
8. Frequency converter
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4.9.1
Mounting the bus module for F-RSM and mounting the repair switch module
The Safety Local function of the F-RSM, its use, control elements and connections are
described in detail in the manual SIMATIC ET 200pro Motor Starters.
Therefore, only the most important points concerning its use with a frequency converter will
be covered here.
The 3RK 19222-BA01 bus module is required to accommodate a Safety Local repair switch
module. It is mounted to the left of the frequency converter bus module.
The Safety Local repair switch module is plugged onto its mounted backplane bus module
(1) and screwed with 3 recessed head screws to the rack (2).
Note
Make sure that the seal is cleanly seated and that the recessed head screws are tightened
with a torque of 1.5 Nm to ensure a tight arrangement.
Figure 4-12
Mounting the repair switch module
Tools required
Cross-tip screwdriver, size 2
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4.9.2
Mounting the module for the F-Switch
The function, use, control elements and connections of the F-Switch are described in detail
in the manual ET 200pro Distributed I/O Devices - Fail-safe Modules
Therefore, only the most important points concerning its use with a frequency converter will
be covered here.
The 6ES7 xxxxxxx bus module is required to accommodate an F-Switch. It is mounted to the
left of the frequency converter bus module. Then the electronic module and the connection
module are mounted.
Procedure
1. Plug the electronic module onto the bus module.
2. Plug the connection module onto the old electronic module.
3. Use a screwdriver, size 2, to screw the connection module onto the electronic module
and bus module with the 2 recessed head screws using a tightening torque of 1.5 Nm.
Figure 4-13
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5.1
5
Integrating ET 200 frequency converters into automation systems with
STEP 7
General information on STEP 7
STEP 7 is the basic package for configuring and programming SIMATIC automation
systems. It is part of the SIMATIC industry software. The STEP 7 basic package is available
in several versions. "STEP 7 for applications running on SIMATIC S7 300/400" is required
for integrating ET 200pro frequency converters. Additional information on STEP 7 is provided
in the STEP 7 manuals.
Integrating frequency converters into SIMATIC S7
Frequency converters are integrated into the network of a SIMATIC S7 control system using
STEP 7. Communication takes place either with the standardized communication protocol
PROFIBUS DP or through PROFINET IO. In PROFIBUS, the SIMATIC automation device
represents the master and the ET200pro station with the PROFIBUS interface module and
other components (such as frequency converters or I/O modules) represents the slave. In
PROFINET IO, the SIMATIC automation device is referred to as the IO controller and the
ET 200pro station with PROFIBUS interface module and other components, e.g. frequency
converters or IO modules, as the field device. Within the ET 200pro distributed I/O system,
the frequency converter is contacted through the ET 200pro backplane bus.
Hardware components (SIMATIC and ET 200pro)
● SIMATIC S7 300 or SIMATIC S7 400 with integrated PROFIBUS DP/PROFINET IO
interface
● ET 200pro with interface module
● ET 200pro FC frequency converter
Software components (SIMATIC and ET 200pro)
● STEP 7 Version 5.2, Service Pack 1 or higher plus hardware support package (HSP).
The download takes place from HW Config in STEP 7. The correct link is preset there.
● Program library Drive ES
See also
Components for assembling a frequency converter (Page 24)
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5.2 Installation of the hardware information in SIMATIC Manager
5.2
Installation of the hardware information in SIMATIC Manager
5.2.1
Installation of a hardware support package (HSP)
The HSP (hardware support package) file defines the system environment of an ET 200pro
station. To be able to configure an ET 200pro with the HW Config tool, the relevant HSP file
must be installed first.
● To do this, open the SIMATIC tool HW Config and go to "Install HW updates" in the
"Options" menu.
● In the upper part of the window, select the source of the file (Internet or data carrier) and
click "Execute". A new window opens. The HSP files found are displayed in a drop-down
list box. Select the "ET 200pro" HSP and click "Copy" or "Download". You can then close
this window.
● The copied HSP files will now be available in the drop-down list box of the window that
you initially opened. Select the HSP files to be installed from the list of available files in
the archive folder and click "Install". All STEP 7 applications will be closed automatically
and the selected HSP files installed.
The next time you open the HW Config tool, the ET 200pro station will be in the hardware
catalog under PROFIBUS DP.
5.2.2
Installation of a master device file (GSD)
The device description for the frequency converter is declared to HW Config in STEP 7 by
installing the GSD (master device file) for use with PROFIBUS and the GSDML for use with
PROFINET. If no HSP is installed for the frequency converter in the STEP 7 pack, or if the
frequency converter is operated with a third party master, the device description for
operation on PROFIBUS can be implemented by installing the GSD file. In this case the
masks and the designation of the frequency converters differ from the S7 standard as
described on the following page.
The following example demonstrates how the GSD can be input into HW Config of the
SIMATIC.
● Open the program "HW Config".
Close any projects which may be open there.
● Then select Options > Install GSD files in order to open the dialog box for installing GSD
files and click "Browse" to select the location of the GSD file.
● Then select the file you want from the list and click on the button "Install".
After the dialog is closed, the hardware configuration catalog is updated automatically
and you can open your project.
● Install the GSD file in the required language (English, French, German, Italian, or
Spanish) from the folder containing the relevant data.
● Selection of the telegram in the frequency converter is set using the parameter P0922
while the drive is commissioned. The receive telegram is in r2050[8] and the send
telegram is set using the P2051[8] parameter.
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5.3
Configuring the communication
The frequency converter is operated by means of PROFIdrive profile.
Table 5-1
Operation with standard telegram 1
Usable PLC
Any PLC
Possible fieldbus
PROFIBUS DP or PROFINET IO
Required blocks
None 1
Communication between frequency converter and STARTER
commissioning software
Optional on the field bus 2 3 or across the RS232 port of the
frequency converter
Cyclic communication between higher-level PLC and frequency
converter
4 bytes
For details, refer to the "Standard telegram 1" table
Acyclic communication with a higher-level PLC
DS 47 for transferring several parameters 2
Default diagnostics
Channel-specific diagnostics (diagnostics number, slot number) with
OB82 called in higher-level SIMATIC CPU in the event of a
frequency converter fault
1 Optional: Drive ES block package
2 Only in PROFINET IO and PROFIBUS DPV1
3 Routing across one or several SIMATIC CPUs is not supported
Table 5-2
5.3.1
Standard telegram 1
SIMATIC PLC → frequency converter
Frequency converter → SIMATIC PLC
Signal
Remark
Signal
Remark
PZD1
STW1
Control word 1
ZSW1
Status word 1
PZD2
NSET_A
Speed setpoint, 16
bit
NACT_A
Speed actual value,
16 bit
Generating a hardware configuration for PROFIBUS in the SIMATIC Manager
Description
The following example of an ET 200pro FC frequency converter with an "IM 154-2 DP HF"
interface module will be used to demonstrate how to generate a PROFIBUS configuration
with HW Config in the SIMATIC Manager. This will take place in three steps:
● Parameterizing the PROFIBUS DP interface in SIMATIC S7
● Equipping the ET 200pro station
● Settings for the frequency converter
Note
For information regarding the interface modules, please refer to the manual "ET 200pro
Distributed I/O System", chapter "Interface modules".
Parameterizing the PROFIBUS DP interface in SIMATIC S7
The PROFIBUS DP interface is parameterized when configuring the hardware. When a CPU
with integrated DP interface or a DP communication processor is selected from the hardware
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catalog, a PROFIBUS DP system is provided in the hardware configuration. After setting the
parameters for the master, the slave – in this particular case the ET 200pro station – must be
selected from the hardware catalog and placed on the PROFIBUS line. This is done by
inserting an IM 154. The PROFIBUS address of the ET 200pro station must also be
specified in IM 154.
Inserting a master system through the context menu of the CPU's DP interface
Figure 5-1
Master system
Inserting the ET 200pro system in the master system and specifying the PROFIBUS address
Figure 5-2
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Figure 5-3
Allocating the slave address at the PROFIBUS DP
The configuration should now appear as follows:
Figure 5-4
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Inserting a converter in an ET 200pro slot
From the hardware catalog select "FC 1.1/1.5 kW; standard telegram 1" and pull it onto the
slot.
Figure 5-5
Selecting the frequency converter
Figure 5-6
Frequency converter in slot
With this selection the user specifies which frequency converter will be used (standard or
fail-safe).
Note
When a fail-safe application is configured, an F-RSM or F-Switch must be connected in front
of the frequency converter.
Settings for the frequency converter
Double-clicking the frequency converter opens the property view with the following tabs:
● General
● Adresse
● Parameter.
Address/ID
Setting an address in the I/O map
The start address configured here is accepted in the user program as the "LADDR" input
parameter for the blocks in the user program.
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Figure 5-7
Setting the address in the I/O map
Note
The input and output address area of the frequency converter must be the same.
Parameter
The application ID provides a unique means of identification and is assigned by the user.
Note
If the same application ID is entered for several frequency converters, they can be used
interchangeably. Frequency converters with the same application ID must be parameterized
in the same way. Only frequency converters with the same parameters may be used
interchangeably.
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Figure 5-8
Parameter
Points to note when using the PROFIdrive profile
The alarm mode of the ET 200pro slave must be set to DPV1.
● Double-click the ET 200pro system
● Select the "Operating parameters" tab
Figure 5-9
Operating parameters
● The diagnostic interrupt parameter of the frequency converter enables the S7 system
diagnostics in PROFIdrive mode.
– No diagnostic messages: 0
– Diagnostic messages: 1.
Note
Enabled diagnostic messages require troubleshooting in the OB82 of the user
program. (If there is no OB82 in the user program, the S7 enters the "STOP" state in
the event of an error.)
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Figure 5-10
5.3.2
Setting the device-specific parameters
Generating a hardware configuration for PROFINET in the SIMATIC Manager
Description
The following example of an ET 200pro FC frequency converter with an "IM 154-4 PN HF"
interface module will be used to demonstrate how to generate a PROFINET configuration
with HW Config in the SIMATIC Manager. This will take place in three steps:
● Parameterizing the PROFINET IO interface in SIMATIC S7
● Equipping the ET 200pro station
● Settings for the frequency converter
Note
Please refer to the "Interface modules" chapter in the manual entitled "ET 200pro
Distributed I/O System" for information on the interface modules.
Parameterizing the PROFINET IO interface in SIMATIC S7
The hardware configuration is used to parameterize the PROFINET IO interface. When a
CPU with an integrated DP interface or a DP communications processor is selected from the
hardware catalog, a PROFINET IO system is made available in the hardware configuration.
Once the parameters for the IO controller have been set, the slave - in this case, the
ET 200pro station - must be selected from the hardware catalog and positioned on the
PROFINET line. This is done by inserting an IM 154. The PROFINET address of the
ET 200pro station must also be specified in IM 154.
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Inserting the IO controller using the context menu of the CPU PROFINET IO interface
Figure 5-11
Inserting an IO Controller
After the PROFINET IO system was inserted, a network must be created for it. In the context
menu of the PN-IO click on "Object properties". In the window which then opens, click the
"General" tab and then the "Properties" button to create a new network.
Figure 5-12
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Inserting the ET 200pro system in the IO Controller
Figure 5-13
Selecting the ET 200pro from the hardware catalog
Specifying the device name
In the PROFINET version, the address of the I/O devices is assigned via their device names.
To do this, click the ET 200pro station in the HW Config tool to open its properties. You can
then enter any unique device name you like.
Figure 5-14
Specifying device names
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The ET 200pro must then declare the name that has been selected. This can be performed
in 2 different ways:
● Direct route --> The NameOfStation is written via PROFINET to the MMC of the IM in the
ET 200pro:
The prerequisite for this is a PC with PG functionality, which can establish an Ethernet
connection with the ET 200pro. An MMC must also be inserted in the IM. The name is
assigned in the SIMATIC Manager. To do this, select the station to which a name is to be
assigned via the "Target system > Edit Ethernet nodes.." menu entries in the window that
appears. Use the "Browse" button in the "Ethernet nodes" field to do this. With an online
connection to the station, all of the stations in the network that can be accessed appear in
the window that opens. The relevant ET 200pro is selected by means of the MAC
address and confirmed with "OK". In the "Assign device name" field, a name can be
edited and assigned using the "Assign name" button. The NameOfStation can then be
found on the MMC of the IM in the ET 200pro.
● Indirect route --> Written to the memory card with "Prommer":
If no PC with PG functionality is available, or an online connection to the ET 200pro
cannot be established, the device name can also be written to the MMC of the IM with the
"Prommer" device. To do this, insert the MMC of the IM in the Prommer. Enable the ET
200pro in the HW Config tool and go to "Store device name on memory card" in the
"Target system" menu. The prerequisite for this is that the desired "Device name" has
been edited previously via the "Edit > Object properties.." menu entries.
After the name has been successfully written to the MMC of the IM, this can then be
inserted in the IM of the ET 200pro station.
The configuration should now appear as follows:
Figure 5-15
Configuration
Inserting a converter in an ET 200pro slot
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From the hardware catalog select "FC 1.1/1.5 kW; standard telegram 1" and pull it onto the
slot.
Figure 5-16
Selecting the frequency converter
Figure 5-17
Frequency converter in slot
Settings for the frequency converter
Double-clicking the frequency converter opens the property view with the following tabs:
● General
● Adresse
● Parameter.
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Address/ID
Setting an address in the I/O map
The start address configured here is accepted in the user program as the "LADDR" input
parameter for the blocks in the user program.
Figure 5-18
Setting the address in the I/O map
Note
The input and output address area of the frequency converter must be the same.
Parameter
The application ID provides a unique means of identification and is assigned by the user.
Note
If the same application ID is entered for several frequency converters, they can be used
interchangeably. Frequency converters with the same application ID must be parameterized
in the same way. Only frequency converters with the same parameters may be used
interchangeably.
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Figure 5-19
Parameter
Points to note when using the PROFIdrive profile
The alarm mode of the ET 200pro slave must be set to DPV1.
● Double-click the ET 200pro system
● Select the "Operating parameters" tab
Figure 5-20
Operating parameters
● The diagnostic interrupt parameter of the frequency converter enables the S7 system
diagnostics in PROFIdrive mode.
– No diagnostic messages: 0
– Diagnostic messages: 1.
Note
Enabled diagnostic messages require troubleshooting in the OB82 of the user
program. (If there is no OB82 in the user program, the S7 enters the "STOP" state in
the event of an error.)
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Figure 5-21
5.3.3
Setting the device-specific parameters
Creating a fail-safe configuration in SIMATIC Manager
Description
A configuration is carried out using the fail-safe I/O module F-Switch or F-RSM on
PROFIBUS DP. The procedure with PROFINET IO is similar and will not be described
separately.
Technical functions and the connections of the F-Switch and F-RSM are described
respectively in the manual ET 200pro Distributed I/O Devices - Fail-safe Modules and in the
manual SIMATIC-ET 200pro Motor Starters.
Requirements
The following preconditions exist for the configuring and parameterizing of ET 200pro failsafe modules:
● STEP 7 V 5.3 SP3 or higher
● S7 Distributed Safety V5.4 or higher (F Configuration Pack V5.5 SP1 or higher)
● S7 F systems V5.2 SP2 or higher
The F Configuration Pack can be downloaded from the Internet
(www.siemens.com/automation/service&support).
Procedure
Once the IM154-2 HF has been positioned and parameterized in the master system, a
module that can control the safety functions of the frequency converter using switch-off
signals in the backplane bus is positioned to the left of the frequency converter.
A fail-safe module (F-Switch or F-RSM) is then plugged in.
Follow the usual procedure with STEP 7 HW Config to configure fail-safe modules (in the
same way as standard ET 200pro modules).
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Selection of F-Switch
Selection of F-RSM
The length of the process image of F-RSM is always one byte; only the start address must
be set in the PI.
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Defining the start address
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5.3 Configuring the communication
Group diagnostics can be activated or deactivated.
Figure 5-23
Specifying the diagnostics properties
You can use drag-and-drop to position the fail-safe frequency converter to the right of the FSwitch or F-RSM module. The configuration sequence is identical to the one used when
generating a PROFIBUS configuration in the SIMATIC Manager.
Figure 5-24
Configuring a frequency converter in a Safety Local environment
Parameterizing module properties
To parameterize fail-safe module properties, select the module in STEP 7 HW Config and
select the menu command "Edit > Object properties".
Parameters are downloaded from the programming device to the F-CPU, where they are
stored and then transferred to the fail-safe module.
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5.3 Configuring the communication
Parameter description
The variable parameters of the fail-safe modules can be found in the manual entitled
ET 200pro Distributed I/O Devices - Fail-Safe Modules.
PROFIsafe address and address assignment
The PS address is set using a 10-pin DIP switch on the left-hand side of the module housing.
When carrying out parameterization using the PG, the user must specify the PS address
selected for the module in binary code format. This corresponds to the DIP switch setting
and the module PS address.
Figure 5-25
Setting the PROFIsafe address 1018 by way of example
Note
The switch positions 0000000000 and 1111111111 are not allowed!
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Commissioning (hardware)
Introduction
Hardware commissioning involves the ET 200pro station and the drive components.
The following procedure describes by way of example the commissioning of a minimum
configuration on PROFIBUS DP, with an S7 controller as the master and STARTER software
directly on the optical interface of the frequency converter.
It is assumed that the user has the necessary knowledge of STARTER to create a drive
configuration and to use the operating panel.
Preconditions
Table 6-1
Preconditions for commissioning
Actions
Reference
ET 200pro is mounted
Chap. Assembling
PROFIBUS address is set on interface module and IM is
wired
Interface module manual
ET 200pro is configured
Chap. Planning/Configuring
Motor is connected
Chap. Assembling
Power supply to the DP master is ON
Manual for the DP master
The DP master is set to RUN mode
Manual for the DP master
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6.1 Startup of ET 200pro
6.1
Startup of ET 200pro
Procedure
Switch on the power supply for the ET 200pro station (electronics/encoder supply 1L+ for the
ET 200pro).
Mode of operation
The illustration below represents the startup routine of the ET 200pro with a frequency
converter.
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Note
The SF LED on the S7 will not necessarily light up if an error occurs on the ET 200pro FC.
The S7 receives notification of an error only if diagnostic messages are enabled in the
converter. This is done via parameterization in HW Config. If diagnostic messages are
disabled, errors in the converter can only be read by means of the red LED on the converter.
6.2
Creating a drive configuration with STARTER
Procedure
● Connect STARTER to the to the RS232 interface of the frequency converter.
● Generate a drive configuration; in doing so, check the motor data and take into account
the power derating in relation to the ambient temperature of the frequency converter.
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6.2 Creating a drive configuration with STARTER
Checking the motor terminal box (IEC/NEMA motor)
For commissioning to be successful, it is important that the interconnection in the motor
terminal box (see image below) corresponds to the entry for the rated motor voltage
(P0304)/rated motor current (P0305).
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6.2 Creating a drive configuration with STARTER
Entering the type plate data
The following should be noted when entering the type plate data/ESB data:
● The phase-to-phase voltage (voltage U12 between external lines L1 and L2) and/or
phase-to-phase current I1 is always specified on the type plate.
● The rated motor voltage (P0304)/rated motor current (P0305) must always be entered
according to the motor circuitry (delta/star).
● If the available rated motor data (P0304, P0305) are not consistent with the motor
circuitry, they should be converted before they are entered.
● If ESB data (P0350, P0354, P0356, P0358, P0360) is available, this should be entered
according to the motor circuitry. If the ESB data is not consistent with the motor circuitry,
the ESB data should be converted before it is entered, in the same way as the data on
the type plate (P0304, P0305).
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7.1
7
Commissioning sequence
The sequence in which the software of a frequency converter in an ET 200 station is
commissioned depends on how complex the drive application is, and on the automation
structure.
The basic drive functions and the higher-level controller are commissioned first and are then
specialized, optimized and the drive application generated.
The parameters and settings that are located during this process can be used for standard
commissioning, if required.
Requirements
A prerequisite for software commissioning is functional hardware that has been
commissioned according to the chapter entitled "Commissioning (hardware)".
A drive configuration has been generated for the converter and the motor has been
commissioned with the factory settings.
Procedure
1. First commissioning and optimization
– Frequency converter/motor combination
– Drive application
– Communication between the S7 CPU and frequency converter
– Fail-safe functions
2. Standard commissioning
Transferring the parameters and settings to other frequency converters
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7.1 Commissioning sequence
Table 7-1
First commissioning and optimization
Steps
Description
Tool
1 Commissioning and optimizing the
frequency converter/motor
combination
Basic parameterization has already
been carried out when commissioning
the hardware (quick commissioning).
STARTER at the RS232 interface
The motor type plate data and the
frequency converter factory settings
form the basis for this.
Motor data are entered;
Motor identification
Motor data measurement
Setting the V/f control (I-max
controller, slip compensation,
adaptation of the V/f characteristic)
Setting the frequency control (precontrol, closed-loop PI controller)
Torque limits
2 Commissioning and optimizing the
drive application
STARTER at the RS232 interface
Frequency setpoint
Frequency limitation (skip frequency
bands, minimum and maximum
limitation)
Ramp function generator
Motor temperature monitoring
Brake control
Flying restart
Automatic restart
Load torque monitoring
3 Commissioning the communication
between the S7 CPU and frequency
converter:
• PROFIdrive
Fieldbus parameters
STEP 7 via fieldbus on the PLC
Telegram failure time
STARTER at the RS232 interface
4 Commissioning fail-safe functions
Parameters
Integrating the S7 program for the
cyclic parameters into the S7 CPU
STARTER at the RS232 interface
Password protection
Table 7-2
Standard commissioning
Steps
Description
Tool
Transferring the parameters and
settings to other frequency converters
With STARTER
STARTER at the RS232 interface
With MMC
MMC
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7.2
Commissioning and optimization of the frequency converter and motor
combination
Description
If there is still no matching parameter set for the drive, then quick commissioning including a
motor data identification routine must be carried out - both for the closed-loop vector control
and the V/f control. A PC with the STARTER commissioning software can be used for the
quick commissioning.
Once the quick commissioning has been completed, the frequency converter can put into
operation. Before starting the quick commissioning, the following data must be queried,
changed or entered:
● Enter the line frequency
● Enter the rating plate data
● Min./max. frequency or ramp-up/ramp-down time
● Control mode
● Motor data acquisition
7.2.1
General
The frequency converter can be adapted to different applications by changing the parameter
values.
Upload and download
Upload is understood to mean the saving of parameters from the EEPROM of a frequency
converter to a PC (using STARTER) or to an MMC. Download is understood to mean the
transferring of a parameter set saved on a PC or an MMC into the RAM or EEPROM
memory of a frequency converter.
The commissioning procedure using STARTER is interactive and will not, therefore, be
described in more detail here.
STARTER can be connected locally to the frequency converter, or can access the fieldbus
via the frequency converter.
Table 7-3
STARTER connection options
Type
USS to RS232
Fieldbus
PC connected to frequency
converter via
RS232 interface cable
Fieldbus cable
Restrictions
Peer-to-peer
Routing via SIMATIC CPU not
possible
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STARTER projects
STARTER can be used to either create a new project or open an existing one. To create a
new project in STARTER, any of the following procedures can be used:
● Find frequency converter
● Wizard
● Select frequency converter
When an existing project is opened or a new one created, STARTER will be in offline mode.
("Connect to target system") button.
To go online, press the
Changing parameters with STARTER
Parameters can be changed online or offline (but preferably online). Parameter changes
made online are stored in the RAM of the frequency converter. Transferring from RAM to the
("Copy RAM to ROM") button. If the
EEPROM can be triggered manually by pressing the
content of the RAM and EEPROM are different when the user closes STARTER, he/she will
be asked if he/she wishes to transfer the data from the RAM to the EEPROM.
Note
The storage method can be changed by means of P0014:
• P0014=0: Parameter changes stored in RAM (default)
• P0014=1: Parameter changes stored in EEPROM.
Parameter sets that have been changed offline can be transferred to the frequency converter
("Download project to target system").
using the download function
CAUTION
Parameters for safety functions can only be changed in online mode. Parameters for safety
functions are not downloaded when parameters are downloaded using STARTER.
7.2.2
Calculating the motor and controller data
The internal motor and controller data are calculated using the parameter P0340, or
indirectly with the help of the parameter P3900 or P1910. The function of the parameter
P0340 can be used, for example, if the data of the replacement circuit or the values of the
moments of inertia are known.
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Table 7-4
Settings for P0340
P0340
Meaning
0
No calculation
1
Complete parameterization
2
Calculation of the replacement circuit data
3
Calculation of V/f and the closed-loop vector control
4
Calculation of the controller settings
For complete parameterization (P0340=1), not only the motor and controller parameters are
assigned in advance but also the parameters which are related to the rated motor data
(e.g. torque limit values and reference quantities for interface signals). The List Manual
contains a full list of all parameters depending on P0340. For calculation of the motor and
controller data with P0340 there are various scenarios which can be called up as a function
of the known data.
7.2.3
Motor Data Identification
Description
The Inverter has a measuring technique which is used to determine the motor parameters:
Equivalent circuit diagram (ECD)
➙
P1900 = 2
Measures Equivalent circuit diagram
(ECD) + Magnetizing characteristic
(includes P1900 = 2)
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P1900 = 3
For control-related reasons, it is essential that the motor data identification is performed.
Without performing the motor data identification it is only possible to estimate ECD data
using information from the motor rating plate. For example, the stator resistance is extremely
important for the stability of the closed-loop Vector control and for the voltage boost of the V/f
characteristic. The motor data identification routine should be executed, especially if long
feeder cables or if third-party motors are being used.
If the motor data identification routine is being started for the first time, then the following
data is determined, starting from the rating plate data (rated [nominal] data) with P1900 = 2:
● ECD data
● Motor cable resistance
● IGBT on-state voltage and compensation of IGBT gating dead times.
The rating plate data represents the initialization values for the identification. This is the
reason that it is necessary to have the correct input from the rating plate data when
determining the data specified above.
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be determined using the motor data identification (P1900 = 3). If the motor-inverter
combination is operated in the field-weakening range (which is above the nominal frequency
of the motor), then this characteristic should be determined, especially when Vector control
is being used. As a result of this magnetizing characteristic, the Inverter can, in the fieldweakening range, accurately calculate the current which is generated in the field and in-turn
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including the data calculation per selection (P1900 = 2 or 3), between 20 seconds and 4
minutes to complete. While the motor data identification is active A0541 is displayed. The
identification time depends on the motor and increases with its size (this takes approx. 4 min.
for a 200 kW motor).
The motor data identification routine must be carried-out with the motor in the cold condition
so that the motor resistance values saved can be assigned to the parameter of the ambient
temperature P0625. Only then is the correct temperature adaptation of the resistances
possible during operation.
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The motor data identification routine operates with the results of the "Complete
parameterization" P0340 = 1 or the motor equivalent diagram data which was last saved.
The results become increasingly better the more times that the identification routine is
executed (up to 3 times).
WARNING
It is not permissible to carry-out the motor identification routine for loads which are
potentially hazardous (e.g. suspended loads for crane applications). Before starting the
motor data identification routine, the potentially hazardous load must be secured (e.g. by
lowering the load to the floor or clamping the load using the motor holding brake).
When starting the motor data identification routine, the rotor can move into a preferred
position. This is more significant for larger motors.
Note
The equivalent circuit data (P0350, P0354, P0356, P0358, P0360) and the motor cable
resistance (P0352) are entered as phase values.
During the motor identification routine, the sum of the stator resistance (P0350) and the
motor cable resistance (P0352) are determined. To get a correct stator resistance the cable
resistance has to be set before the motor identification has been started.
If the motor cable resistance is known, it should be entered into parameter P0352 before the
motor data identification. The value of P0350 then will be changed in dependenccy of P0352
and is more precisely as the calculated value.
It is not necessary to lock the motor rotor for the motor data identification routine. However, if
it is possible to lock the motor rotor during the identification routine (i.e. by closing the motor
holding brake), then this should be used to determine the equivalent circuit diagram data.
The following formula can be applied to check the correctness of the motor rating plate data:
PN = √3 ∗ VNΥ ∗ INΥ ∗ cosϕ ∗ η ≈ √3 ∗ VNΔ ∗ INΔ ∗ cosϕ ∗ η
Where:
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rated motor voltage (star/delta)
rated motor current (star/delta)
power factor
efficiency
Before starting the motor identification, the correct ambient temp value should be entered in
P0625 (default 20°C).
If Problems occur during the identification run, for example, the current controller oscillates,
then the rating plate data should be re-checked and an approximately correct magnetizing
current P0320 entered. The motor data identification routine should then be re-started by
calling P1900 = 2 or P1900 = 3.
A step-by-step description is given in section "Quick Commissioning".
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Parameter settings
WARNING
The motor data identification routine MUST not be used for loads which are potentially
hazardous (for example, suspended loads for crane applications). Before the motor data
identification routine is started, the potentially hazardous load must be carefully secured (for
example, by lowering the load to the floor or by clamping the load using the motor holding
brake).
Parameter
Description
P0625 = …
Ambient motor temperature (entered in °C)
The motor ambient temperature is entered at the instant that motor data is being determined (factory
setting: 20 °C).
The difference between the motor temperature and the motor ambient temperature P0625 must lie in the
tolerance range of approx. ± 5 °C.
If not the motor must be allowed to cool down.
P0010 = 0
Commissioning parameter filter*
Check if P0010 = 0 (Ready)
P1900 = 3
Select motor data identification*
0: Disabled (default)
2: Identification of all parameters in standstill.
3: Identification of all parameters in standstill including saturation curve
ON command Start motor data identification
Once P1900 ≠ 0, alarm A0541 is generated that states, the next ON command will initiate the motor data
identification. When the ON Command is given, current flows through the motor and the rotor aligns itself.
Note: When motor data identification is complete A0541 will be cleared and P1900 will be set to zero.
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With the OFF1 command the motor data identification is finished.
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7.3
Commissioning and optimization of the drive application
After the motor and converter combination is commissioned by quick commissioning,
parameters must be adapted and set to suit the requirements of the specific application.
Note
According to the factory setting, parameter changes are saved in the volatile memory (RAM)
of the converter. One of the following options can be used for saving the changes to
EEPROM:
• Set P0014 = 1: all changes are then saved immediately to EEPROM
• Trigger transfer from RAM to EEPROM via P0971 = 1
or via the STARTER button .
The duration of the data transfer depends on the number of parameters changed. In some
cases it can take up to 3 minutes.
When using STARTER, the transfer is indicated by a progress bar. A dialog field announces
when transfer is successful.
The List Manual contains detailed parameter descriptions.
General settings
Parameters
Description (parameter name and factory setting in bold)
P0290 = 2
Converter overload behavior
Specifies the converter's response to internal overheating.
0: Reduce output frequency
1: Shut down (F00004)
2: Reduce pulse frequency and output frequency
3: Reduce pulse frequency, then shut down (F00004)
P0335 = 0
Motor cooling (enter the motor's cooling system)
0: Self-cooling using fan attached to the motor, mounted on the shaft
1: Separate cooling by means of a separately-driven cooling fan
2: Self-cooling and internal fan
3: Separate cooling and internal fan
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Temperature encoder
Parameters
Description (parameters and factory settings in bold)
Setting
P0601 = 0
or
P0601 = …
Motor temperature encoder
0: No encoder (→ P0610)
1: PTC thermistor (→ P0604)
2: KTY84 (→ P0604)
P0604 = 130°
Motor temperature limit
Enter the alarm limit value of the motor overtemperature protection. The shutdown
temperature (limit) is the value at which the converter will either shut down or Imax will be
reduced (P0610); this always happens at 10% above the alarm limit value.
P0610 = 2
I2t temperature behavior of the motor
(This defines the behavior of the motor if the temperature has reached the alarm limit value.)
0: No response, alarm only
1: Alarm and reduction of Imax (this results in a reduced output frequency)
2: Alarm and shutdown (F00011)
Temperature calculation without encoder
Temperature calculation without a temperature encoder is possible in all operating modes. In
vector mode the current temperature is determined automatically when the converter is
switched on and the motor is hot. In V/f mode the motor temperature is set to an average
value in this case.
Parameters
Description (parameters and factory settings in bold)
P0621 = 1
Motor temperature measurement after restarting
Setting
0: No measurement.
1: Temperature measurement upon first power-up after an OFF/ON switching operation?
2: Temperature measurement after each power-up.
P0622 = …
Motor remagnetizing time for temperature measurement after ON signal
Length of a measuring cycle time for motor temperature measurement after ON signal
Several measuring cycles are required to increase accuracy. This measuring cycle is preassigned the magnetizing time from the Mot ID (r0384)t.
Setting the frequency setpoint
Parameters
Description (parameter name and factory setting in bold)
P1000 = …
Selecting the frequency setpoint
0: No master setpoint
6: Fieldbus (P2050 … P02091)
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JOG frequency
Parameter
Description
P1057 = 1
JOG Enable
P1057 = 0 JOG-function disabled
P1057 = 1 JOG-function enabled (default)
P1058 = 5
JOG frequency right
Frequency in Hz when the motor is being jogged in the clockwise direction.
P1059 = 5
JOG frequency left
Frequency in Hz when the motor is being jogged in the counter-clockwise direction.
P1060 = 45
JOG ramp-up time
Ramp-up time in seconds from 0 to the
maximum frequency (P1082). The JOG ramp-up
is limited by P1058 or P1059.
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Parameters
Description (parameter name and factory setting in bold)
P1074 = 1.0
BI: Disable additional setpoint
P1075 = 775
CI: Additional setpoint
Specifies the source of the additional setpoint, which is added to the main setpoint.
P1076 = 1.0
CI: Additional setpoint scaling
Defines the source for scaling the additional setpoint.
General settings:
1: Scaling 1.0 (100%)
755: Analog input setpoint
1024: Fixed frequency setpoint
1050: MOP setpoint
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Skip Frequency
Parameter
Description
P1091 = 7.5
Skip frequency 1 (entered in Hz)
Avoids mechanical resonance effects and suppresses (skips)
frequencies in the range around the skip frequency ± P1101
(skip frequency bandwidth).
P1092 = 0.0
Skip frequency 2
P1093 = 0.0
Skip frequency 3
P1094 = 0.0
Skip frequency 4
P1101 = 1.0
Skip frequency bandwidth (entered in Hz)
Setting
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Ramp times
Parameter
P1120 = 10
P1121 = 10
Description
Ramp-up time
Enter the acceleration time in seconds.
Ramp-down time
Enter the deceleration time in seconds.
Setting
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Rounding
Parameter
Description
P1130 = 5.0
Ramp-up initial rounding time (in seconds)
P1131 = 5.0
Ramp-up final rounding time (in seconds)
P1132 = 5.0
Ramp-down initial rounding time (in seconds)
P1133 = 5.0
Ramp-down final rounding time (in seconds)
P1134 = 0
Rounding type
0: continuous smoothing (jerk-free)
1: Discontinuous smoothing
NOTE: for discontinuous rounding (P1134 = 1),
after the setpoint is reduced or an OFF1
command, the final rounding at ramp-up (P1131)
and the initial rounding at ramp-down (P1132)
are not executed.
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Setting
The rounding times are recommended, to
avoid abrupt responses and so to minimize
stress to the mechanical system.
The ramp-up and ramp-down times are
extended by the component of the rounding
ramps.
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Parameters which must be set before ending the application settings
The following parameters must be configured for every application.
Parameters
Description (parameter name and factory setting (if non-variable) in bold print)
P1800 = 4
Pulse frequency (kHz)
The pulse frequency can be changed in steps of 2 kHz. The range extends from 2 kHz to 16
kHz. The full output current of the converter at 55 °C is 4 kHz.
The highest output frequency is limited by the pulse frequency. With a pulse frequency of 2
kHz, operation up to 133 Hz is possible. If a higher output frequency is required, the pulse
frequency should also be increased (10 kHz pulse frequency - maximum output frequency of
650 Hz).
If no low-noise operation is required, then the converter losses and the high-frequency
interference transmitted by the converter can be reduced by selecting a lower pulse
frequency.
P2000 = 50
Reference frequency (Hz)
The reference frequency in Hertz corresponds to a value of 100 %.
This setting should be changed if a maximum frequency greater than 50 Hz is required.
Comments: This scaling has an effect on the maximum frequency of the analog setpoints.
Fixed frequencies and standardization processes of the motor potentiometer are related to
100 %.
P2001 = 1000
Reference voltage (V)
The reference voltage in Volt (output voltage) corresponds to a value of 100 %.
Comments: This setting should only be changed if the power must be output with a different
scaling.
P2002 = ?
Reference current (A)
The reference current in Ampere (output current ) corresponds to a value of 100 %. The
factory setting equals 200 % of the rated motor current (P0305).
Comments: This setting should only be changed if the current must be output with a different
scaling.
P2003 = ?
Reference torque (Nm)
The reference torque in Newton meter corresponds to a value of 100 %. The factory setting
equals 200 % of the rated motor torque which is determined from the motor data for a
constant motor torque.
Comments: This setting should only be changed if the torque must be output with a different
scaling.
P2004 = ?
Reference power (kW or hp)
The reference power in kW or hp corresponds to a value of 100 %. The factory setting is
200 % of the rated motor torque at constant motor torque.
This setting should only be changed if the power must be output with a different scaling.
Setting
Ending the application settings
Parameters
Description (parameter name and factory setting (if non-variable) in bold print)
P0971 = 1
Adopting data from RAM into EEPROM
0: Inhibited
1: All parameter changes are transferred from RAM into EEPROM, i.e. the data are not lost if
there is a power failure.
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7.4
Commissioning of communication between the S7 CPU and the
frequency converter
7.4.1
Parameter settings for communication
The frequency converter is operated by means of PROFIdrive profile.
Table 7-5
Standard telegram 1
Telegram
Function in the drive
PZD1
PZD2
PZD3
PZD4
1
(PROFIdrive)
Speed control 2 words
STW1
NSOLL_A
ZSW1
NIST_A
← Receive telegram from
fieldbus
→ Send telegram to fieldbus
STW 1
Control word 1
ZSW 1
Status word 1
NSET_A (P1070)
Speed setpoint A (16-bit)
NIST_A (r0021)
Speed setpoint A (16-bit)
Fieldbus parameter
The following parameters must be set in order to put the fieldbus interface into operation:
Table 7-6
Parameter
Fieldbus parameters
Contents
P0700
Fast selection of command source
P1000
Fast selection of frequency setpoint
P2051
Actual values for process data (BICO)
P2040
Failure time of process data telegram
P0927
Parameter change source
P0700 and P1000 fast selection
The control word and setpoint sources can be selected quickly in parameters P0700 (Select
command source) and P1000 (Select frequency setpoint).
r2050 and P2051 BICO
● If process data is interconnected by means of binectors/connectors, much greater
flexibility is offered.
● The precise connection of setpoints and actual values from/to the fieldbus interface is
parameterized in r2050 and P2051.
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● The table below shows the parameters used to transfer process data in PROFIdrive
mode.
Table 7-7
Parameters for flexibly interconnecting process data in the PROFIdrive profile
Telegram
PZD1
STW/ZSW
PZD2
HSW/HIW
Connection values for setpoints, master to converter
r2050.00
r2050.01
Connection parameters for actual values, converter to master
P2051.00
P2051.01
Note
r2050 also acts as a display parameter, by means of which the setpoint received from the
fieldbus can be checked.
CAUTION
The watchdog function must not be disabled. If this monitoring function is disabled and a
fault occurs at the fieldbus interface, the converter cannot detect a fault condition and,
therefore, continues to run even in the event of a fault.
Process data monitoring
The telegram failure time is monitored in the converter using parameter P2040.
P2040 telegram failure time
Parameter P2040 specifies the time after which a fault code (F0070) is generated if no
telegram is received via the fieldbus.
● P2040 = 0 means: No monitoring
● P2040 > 0 means: The time in milliseconds after which a fault condition is generated if no
setpoint telegram has been received.
CAUTION
Faults can only trigger a shutdown if both monitoring functions are active.
If communication is taking place via the fieldbus, parameter P2040 should also be set to a
value > 0. This enables/disables the process data monitoring function if the watchdog
function is used on its own. The monitoring time corresponds to the watchdog time setting
value, plus the time set in P2040.
Note
Process data for which the complete control word (PZD1) is set to zero are not transferred to
the converter via the fieldbus. Result: Fault F00070 may occur.
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P0927 parameter change source
Bit
Description
Value
0
Fieldbus
0: No
1: Yes
2
Local interface
0: No
1: Yes
The factory setting for all bits is 1, i.e., the parameters can be changed from all sources.
7.4.2
Process data transfer in the PROFIdrive profile
7.4.2.1
Control and status words
Control word 1 (STW1)
(Bits 0 to 10 according to PROFIdrive profile; bits 11 to 15 specifically for SIMATIC ET 200S
FC and ET 200pro FC).
Table 7-8
Bit
Value
Meaning
Remarks
0
1
ON
Puts the frequency converter into the "Ready to run"
state. The direction of rotation must be specified with
bit 11.
0
OFF1
Shutdown, deceleration of ramp function generator
ramp, pulse tripping when f < fmin.
1
Do not run down to
standstill
All "Run down to standstill" (OFF2) commands are
canceled.
0
Run down to standstill Immediate pulse tripping; drive runs down to a
(OFF2)
standstill.
1
2
3
4
5
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1
No rapid standstill
All "Rapid standstill" (OFF3) commands are canceled.
0
Rapid standstill
(OFF3)
Rapid stop: Shut down with the quickest possible delay
rate.
1
Enable operation
CL-control and frequency converter pulses are
enabled.
0
Disable operation
CL-control and frequency converter pulses are
disabled.
1
Enable ramp function
generator
--
0
Reset ramp function
generator
Ramp function generator output set to 0 (quickest
possible deceleration); frequency converter remains in
ON state.
1
Enable ramp function
generator
--
0
"Freeze" ramp
function generator
The setpoint currently provided by the ramp function
generator is "frozen".
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Bit
Value
Meaning
Remarks
6
1
Enable setpoint
The value selected on the ramp function generator
input is enabled.
0
Inhibit setpoint
The value selected on the ramp function generator
input is set to 0 (zero).
1
Acknowledge error
Error acknowledged with a positive pulse edge;
frequency converter then switches to the "Begin
interlocking" state.
0
Not relevant
--
1
JOG 1 ON
The drive runs up to the setpoint for jog mode as
quickly as possible (direction of rotation: clockwise).
0
JOG 1 OFF
Drive brakes as quickly as possible.
1
JOG 2 ON
The drive runs up to the setpoint for jog mode as
quickly as possible (direction of rotation: counterclockwise).
0
JOG 2 OFF
Drive brakes as quickly as possible.
1
Open-loop control
with PLC
Open-loop control via interface; process data valid
0
No open-loop control
with PLC
Process data invalid except for "sign of life"
1
Setpoint inversion
Motor runs counter-clockwise as a response to a
positive setpoint.
0
No setpoint inversion
Motor runs clockwise as a response to a positive
setpoint.
12
-
Not used
--
13
-
Not used
--
14
-
Not used
--
15
1
Command data set bit -0
7
8
9
10
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Status word 1 (ZSW1)
(Bits 0 to 10 according to PROFIdrive profile; bits 11 to 15 specifically for SINAMICS
frequency converters).
Table 7-9
Bit
Value
Meaning
Remarks
0
1
Ready to start
Power supply switched on; electronics initialized;
pulses disabled.
0
Not ready to start
--
1
Ready
Frequency converter is switched on (ON command is
present); no fault enabled; frequency converter can run
as soon as the "Enable operation" command is issued.
See control word 1, bit 0
0
Not ready to start
--
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
100
Preassignment, status word 1
1
Operation enabled
Drive follows setpoint. See control word 1, bit 3
0
Operation inhibited
--
1
Fault present
Drive is faulty. A fault is present in the drive; it is,
therefore, not operating and will switch back to the
"Begin start interlock" state once the fault has been
successfully eliminated and acknowledged.
0
No fault
--
1
"Run down to
-standstill" not enabled
0
"Run down to
standstill" enabled
"Run down to standstill" (OFF2) command present.
1
"Rapid stop" not
enabled
--
0
"Rapid stop" enabled
"Rapid stop" (OFF3) command present.
1
Switch-on disabled
The drive is then only transferred to the "Switched on"
state when the "Do not run down to standstill" AND "No
rapid stop" commands, followed by "ON", are issued.
0
Switch-on not
disabled
1
Warning present
Drive still in operation; warning in service/maintenance
parameters; no acknowledgement; see interrupt
parameter r2110.
0
No warning
No warning is present, or the warning has disappeared.
1
Speed deviation
Setpoint/actual value deviation within tolerance range.
within tolerance range
0
Speed deviation
outside of tolerance
range
--
1
Master control
requested
The automation system is requested to assume control.
0
No control requested
The master is not currently the master control.
1
Maximum frequency
reached or exceeded
Frequency converter output frequency is greater than
or equal to the maximum frequency.
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Bit
11
12
13
14
15
7.4.2.2
Value
Meaning
Remarks
0
Maximum frequency
not reached
--
1
--
--
0
Warning: Motor
current/torque limit
reached
--
1
Motor holding brake
enabled
Signal can be used to control a holding brake.
0
--
--
1
--
Motor data display overload status.
0
Motor overload
--
1
Clockwise rotation
--
0
Counter-clockwise
rotation
--
1
--
--
0
Converter overload
For example, current or temperature
Examples
Writing PROFIdrive process data
In this example, the control word STW1 and the setpoint frequency are written in PROFIdrive
mode. The inputs E0.0 and E0.6 are linked to the Start/Stop bit or to the Acknowledge Fault
bit of the control word STW1.
The process data are written in the cyclical time slice of the S7 (e.g. OB1) at logical address
256 of the frequency converter.
Note
Please note that the way cyclic data are interpreted depends on how the frequency converter
is parameterized (P2050, P0922).
Four bytes of process data are always transferred to the central control unit consistently. Use
of the SFC14 and SFC15 is not necessary.
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Figure 7-3
Writing PROFIdrive process data
Reading PROFIdrive process data
In this example, status word 1 and the instantaneous frequency are read in PROFIdrive
mode. The process data are read in the cyclical time slice of the S7 (e.g. OB1) from logical
address 256 of the frequency converter.
Figure 7-4
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Note
Please note that the way cyclic data are interpreted depends on how the frequency converter
is parameterized (P2051, P0922).
7.4.3
Parameter transfer in the PROFIdrive profile
7.4.3.1
Block call
Acyclic data transfer can take place parallel to cyclic data transfer. The acyclic data transfer
mode allows:
● Large quantities of user data (on PROFIBUS up to 240 bytes) to be exchanged
● Access through other PROFINET hosts (Class 2 masters, or in the case of PROFINET IO
by other IO controllers, e.g. commissioning tools) is possible.
Use of the expanded bus functions
There are suitable channels available in the frequency converters for the different masters
and IO controllers and for the different data transmission rates:
● Acyclic data exchange with the same master class of Class 1 or the same IO controller:
Use of the READ and WRITE functions. In this case, the content of the transferred data
block corresponds to the structure of the non-cyclic parameter channel in accordance
with the PROFIdrive profile, V4.0 (with data block 47 (DS47)).
● Acyclic data exchange with the help of a SIEMENS startup tool (master of Class 2 or
supervisor) (e.g. STARTER). The startup tool can acyclically access parameters and
process data in the frequency converter.
● Acyclic data exchange with a SIMATIC HMI (Human Machine Interface) (second master
of Class 2 or second supervisor). The SIMATIC HMI can acyclically access parameters in
the frequency converter.
● Instead of a SIEMENS commissioning tool or a SIMATIC HMI it is also possible for an
external master (master of Class 2) or an external supervisor, as defined in the acyclic
parameter channel according to the PROFIdrive profile, Version 4.0 (with DS47), to
access the frequency converter.
Properties of the parameter channel
● One 16-bit address for each parameter number and subindex.
● Transfer of different parameters in one access (multiple request).
● Entire fields or parts of fields can be transferred.
● Only one parameter request is processed at a time (no pipelining).
● A parameter request/response must fit into a data set (on PROFIBUS: max. 240 bytes).
● The header of the task or the response are user data.
● Only 1 master or 1 supervisor on a frequency converter can be cyclically accessed at a
time.
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Structure of parameter request and parameter response
Each parameter request consists of three parts:
Request header:
ID for the request and number of parameters being accessed.
Parameter address:
Addressing a parameter. If multiple parameters are being accessed there will be a
corresponding number of parameter addresses. The parameter address appears in the
request and not in the response.
Parameter value:
For each parameter addressed there is a segment for the parameter values. Depending on
the request ID, the parameter values appear either only in the request or in the response.
Table 7-10
Parameter request
Word
Byte
Request header
1. Parameter address
Byte
Request reference
Request ID
Drive object ID
Qty Parameters
Attribute
Qty of elements
Parameter number (PNU)
Subindex
…
n. parameter address
Attribute
Qty of elements
Parameter number (PNU)
Subindex
1. parameter value(s) (only in the
case of "change parameters"
request)
Format
Qty Values
Values
…
…
n. parameter value(s)
Format
Qty Values
Values
…
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Table 7-11
Parameter response
Word
Response header
1. parameter value(s) (only after a
"request")
Byte
Byte
Request reference mirrored
Request ID
Drive object ID mirrored
Qty Parameters
Format
Qty Values
Values or error values
…
…
n. parameter value(s)
Format
Qty Values
Values or error values
…
Description of the fields for a parameter request and response
Table 7-12
Description of the fields for parameter requests
Field
Data type
Request reference Unsigned 8
Values
Remark
0x01 … 0xFF
Unambiguous identification of the request/response pair for the master. The
master changes the request reference with each new request. The slave mirrors
the request reference in its response.
Request ID
Unsigned 8
0x01 0x02
Read request, write request
Specifies the request type. In the event of a write request the changes are saved
to volatile memory (RAM). A save operation is required in order to transfer the
data to non-volatile memory (P0971).
Drive object ID
Unsigned 8
0x00 … 0xFF
Number
Setting for the drive object number with a drive unit with more than one drive
object. Different drive objects with separate parameter number ranges can be
accessed at the same DPV1 connection.
Qty Parameters
Unsigned 8
0x01 … 0x27
No. 1 ... 39 Limited by the length of
the DPV1 telegram
In the case of multiple requests, defines the number of adjacent areas for the
parameter address and/or the parameter value for multiple parameter requests.
The number of parameters = 1 for individual requests.
Attribute
Unsigned 8
0x10
0x20
Value Description Text (not
implemented)
0x30
Type of parameter element being accessed.
Qty of elements
Unsigned 8
0x00
0x01 … 0x75
Special function no. 1 ... 117 Limited
by the length of the DPV1 telegram
Number of field elements being accessed.
Parameter number Unsigned 16
0x0001 …
0xFFFF
No. 1 … 65535
Number of parameter being accessed.
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Field
Data type
Values
Remark
Subindex
Unsigned 16
0x0001 …
0xFFFF
No. 0 … 65535
Addresses the first field element of the parameter to be accessed.
Format
Unsigned 8
0x02
Data type: integer 8
0x03
Data type: integer 16
0x04
Data type: integer 32
0x05
Data type: unsigned 8
0x06
Data type: unsigned 16
0x07
Data type: unsigned 32
0x08
Data type: floating point
Other values
See PROFIdrive profile
0x40
Zero (without values as positive subresponse to a write request)
Byte
0x41
Word
0x42
Doubleword
0x43
Faults
0x44
Format and number specify the correlated areas in the telegram which contain
values. Data types conforming to the PROFIdrive profile should be preferred for
write access. Bytes, words and doublewords may also be used as alternatives
Qty Values
Unsigned 8
0x00 … 0xEA
No. 0 ... 234 Limited by the length of
the DPV1 telegram
Specifies the number of successive values.
Values
Unsigned 16
0x0000 …
0x00FF
The values of the parameters for read or write access. A zero byte is appended
if the values result in an odd number of bytes. This ensures integrity of the word
structure in the telegram.
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Table 7-13
Description of the fields for parameter requests
Field
Data type
Values Remark
Request ID
Unsigned 8
0x01
Read request (+)
0x02
Write request (+)
0x81
Read request (–)
0x82
Write request (–)
Request positive,
status ok
Request negative,
error state
Mirrors the request ID and indicates whether the execution of the request has
been positive or negative. Negative means: part of the - or the entire request
cannot be executed. The error values are transferred in place of the values for
every sub-response.
Drive object ID
See the table above
Qty Parameters
See the table above
Format
See the table above
Qty Values
See the table above
Values
See the table above
Error values
Unsigned 16
0x0000 … 0x00FF
Meaning of the error values: See
the next table
The error values in the event of a negative response. A zero byte is appended if
the values result in an odd number of bytes. This ensures integrity of the word
structure in the telegram.
Note
The DRIVE-ES SIMATIC block package provides function blocks within the standard block
libraries for writing/reading parameters, including a few examples.
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Error values in parameter responses
Table 7-14
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Error values in parameter responses
Error
value
Meaning
Remark
Additional
inf.
0x00
Invalid parameter number
Access to a non-existent parameter.
–
0x01
Parameter value cannot be
modified.
Attempt to modify a read-only
parameter.
Subindex
0x02
Low or high limit exceeded
Attempted modification with value
outside limits.
Subindex
0x03
Invalid subindex
Access to non-existing subindex.
Subindex
0x04
No field
Access with subindex to non-indexed
parameter.
–
0x05
Incorrect data type
Attempt to modify with a value which is –
incompatible with the data type of the
parameter.
0x06
Invalid "Set" action (only reset is
allowed)
Attempt to modify with a value unequal Subindex
0 in a situation where this is not
allowed.
0x07
The descriptive element cannot be
modified.
Attempt to modify a read-only
descriptive element.
Subindex
0x09
No descriptive data
Access to a non-existent description
(parameter value exists).
–
0x0B
No priority active
Attempted modification without active
priority.
–
0x0F
No text field available
Attempt to access a non-existent text
field (parameter value exists).
–
0x11
Request cannot be executed on
account of the operating state
Access is temporarily disabled for
unspecified reasons.
–
0x14
Invalid value
Attempt to modify with a value which
Subindex
lies within the limits, however, is
invalid for other permanently valid
reasons (parameters with permanently
defined values).
0x15
Response too long
The length of the present response
exceeds the maximum transfer length.
–
0x16
Invalid parameter address
Invalid or unsupported value for
attribute, number of elements,
parameter number, subindex, or a
combination of these.
–
0x17
Invalid format
Write request for an invalid or
unsupported parameter data format.
–
0x18
Inconsistent qty. of values
Write request - The number of values
in parameter data and the number of
elements in the parameter address do
not match.
–
0x19
Drive object is not present
Access to a drive object which is not
present.
–
0x20
The parameter text element cannot Attempt to modify a read only
be modified.
parameter text element.
Subindex
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7.4.3.2
Examples
Writing PROFIdrive parameters
In order to make use of DS47, a data block first needs to be created in Simatic Manager.
This implements the data set structure using the parameter request table as a template. In
this example, a data set is stored in DB47 for the purpose of changing P1082 (maximum
frequency).
P1082 is to be changed to 100 Hz.
Figure 7-5
DB47 (DS47 write job)
This data set is then sent to the FC in the context of cyclic program execution (e.g., OB1)
using SFC58.
In order to be able to read the reply data set from the FC, an additional data block again
needs to be created. For this purpose, DB1 is added to the project. To ensure as flexible a
response as possible, DB1 is created as a data field with a length of 240 bytes and no
defined structure. The response must then be evaluated on a request-specific basis.
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Figure 7-6
DB1 (DS47 response)
Once the data blocks have been created, a parameter request is written via data set DS47
using S7 function SFC58. Then, a reply data set is read with SFC59 and stored in DB1. In
this example, the start of this process is triggered by a positive edge at input In0.0.
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Figure 7-7
Request processing in OB1
Once the parameter request has been executed successfully, the request header (defined in
DB47) must be mirrored in DB1 (requestID does not indicate any errors).
To view the data currently stored in DB1, open DB1 in Simatic Manager and click the
glasses icon.
The parameter response table provides information about the structure of the reply data set.
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Reading PROFIdrive parameters (example)
In order to make use of DS47, a data block first needs to be created in SIMATIC Manager.
The structure of the data set will then be implemented in it. In this example, a data set is
stored in DB48 for the purpose of reading P0947 (error buffer).
Figure 7-8
DB48 (DS47 read job)
This data set is then sent to the FC in the context of cyclic program execution (e.g., OB1)
using SFC58.
In order to be able to read the reply data set from the FC, an additional data block needs to
be created. For this purpose, DB1 is added to the project. To ensure as flexible a response
as possible, DB1 is created as a data field with a length of 240 bytes and no defined
structure. The response must then be evaluated on a request-specific basis.
Figure 7-9
DB1 (DS47 response)
Once the data blocks have been created, a parameter request is written via data set DS47
using S7 function SFC58. Then, a reply data set is read with SFC59 and stored in DB1. In
this example, the start of this process is triggered by a positive edge at input In0.0.
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Figure 7-10
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7.5
Commissioning of the fail-safe functions
General steps
Those parameters that are marked with an asterisk ("*") offer a wider variety of setting
options than the ones listed here. For information on additional setting options, please refer
to the List Manual.
When making changes to fail-safe functions, the following steps are mandatory:
Parameter
Description
P0010 = 95
Commissioning parameter*
Unit
Standard
value
Min.
Max.
0
0
95
0
1000
99999
95: Commissioning of fail-safe functions
P9761
SI password input
-
These parameters are used to enter the security password
necessary for accessing and changing fail-safe function
parameters.
Change the required fail-safe parameters and then follow the steps below to exit parameterization:
P9799
Checksum for SI parameters
-
0000h
0000h
FFFFh
-
0000h
0000h
FFFFh
0
0
11
Checksum of fail-safe function parameters.
Enter the value from r9798.
P9899
Checksum for SI parameters
Checksum of fail-safe function parameters.
Enter the value from r9898.
P3900 = 10
End of safety commissioning*
10: Accept changes to fail-safe function parameters.
11: Reject changes to fail-safe function parameters.
Parameters for fail-safe functions
The table below provides an overview of all the fail-safe function parameters. Access level 3
applies in respect of the fail-safe parameters (P0003 = 3). The values of fail-safe parameters
can only be changed with a password (P9761). For a more detailed description, please refer
to the List Manual.
CUs with integrated fail-safe functions are equipped with two processors. To distinguish
between them, they shall be referred to as follows:
● P1 denotes processor 1.
● P2 denotes processor 2.
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Table 7-15
Parameters for fail-safe functions
Parameter
Description
Unit
Standard
value
Min.
Max.
Processor 1 (drive processor)
P9601
SI enable parameter
-
2
0
2
P9603
SI selection of safety source
-
0
0
48
P9659
SI maximum time until test stop
h
8.0
0.1
8760.0
r9660
SI time remaining until test stop
h
-
-
-
P9680
SI braking ramp deceleration
ms
250
10
99000
P9681
SI braking ramp coasting down time
ms
10000
100
99000
P9682
SI minimum speed for detecting standstill Hz
5.0
2.0
20.0
P9690
SI setpoint for SLS
10.0
1.0
300.0
P9691
SI tolerance for SLS
Hz
13.0
5.0
302.0
P9692
SI response to SLS selection
-
1
0
2
r9760
SI internal password
-
12345
1000
99999
P9761
SI password input
-
0
1000
99999
P9762
SI password change
-
0
1000
99999
P9763
SI confirmation of password change
-
0
1000
99999
r9770
SI FW version
-
-
-
-
r9771
SI hardware functions
-
-
-
-
Hz
r9772
SI status word
-
-
-
-
r9798
SI display checksum
-
0000h
0000h
FFFFh
P9799
SI parameter checksum
-
0000h
0000h
FFFFh
SI enable parameter
-
2
0
2
P9803
SI selection of safety source
-
0
0
48
P9880
SI braking ramp deceleration
s
0.250
0.010
99.000
P9881
SI braking ramp coasting down time
s
10.000
0.100
99.000
Processor 2 (communications processor)
P9801
P9882
SI minimum speed for detecting standstill kHz
0.005
0.002
0.020
P9890
SI setpoint for SLS
kHz
0.010
0.001
0.300
P9891
SI tolerance for SLS
kHz
0.013
0.005
0.302
P9892
SI response to SLS selection
-
1
0
2
r9898
SI display checksum
-
0000h
0000h
FFFFh
P9899
SI parameter checksum
-
0000h
0000h
FFFFh
Password for fail-safe functions
Four parameters are assigned to the password protection system:
● r9760 - Shows the currently valid password for fail-safe function parameters.
● P9761 - Used to enter the password.
● P9762 - Used to enter a new password (5 digits without leading zeros (0)).
● P9763 - Used to confirm a new password.
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When a password is entered (5 digits without leading zeros), it is compared to the password
stored in r9760.
If it is correct, i.e., if the two passwords match, access is granted.
If the password is incorrect, the parameters for fail-safe functions are disabled and the user
has to exit the commissioning mode for fail-safe functions manually using parameter
P3900 = 11. Parameter P3900 = 11 clears all previous changes that have been made to the
parameters for fail-safe functions.
Checksums
All parameters for fail-safe functions are verified with the aid of checksums, which guarantee
the integrity of the data stored in the drive processor's memory.
There are four checksums, two for each processor:
● r9798 - Current checksum for P1
● P9799 - Reference checksum for P1
● r9898 - Current checksum for P2
● P9899 - Reference checksum for P2
7.5.1
General information on acceptance tests
Description
In order to check the safety function parameters, an acceptance test must be carried out
after commissioning, after a reset and also whenever changes are made to a fail-safe
parameter data set associated with safety functions (e.g., via MMC). The acceptance test
must be logged and documented using appropriate means. This section contains an
example of a duly completed acceptance report. Acceptance reports must be archived using
appropriate means.
Acceptance test
An acceptance test must be carried out by the machine manufacturer in respect of any
safety functions that are enabled on the system.
Authorized person, acceptance certificate
Each of the safety functions must be checked by the relevant authorized personnel. Each
check must be documented/logged in an acceptance report and then signed off. The
acceptance report must be enclosed with or attached to the system's log book.
In this context, the term "authorized personnel" refers to any member of the machine
manufacturer's personnel with the requisite training and knowledge to carry out a safety
function acceptance test correctly.
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Note
It is essential for personnel to adhere precisely to the information/instructions and descriptive
information regarding commissioning provided in the section of this manual entitled
"Commissioning fail-safe functions".
Whenever changes are made to safety function parameters, a new acceptance test must be
carried out and the results included in the form of an acceptance report.
The official acceptance report form can be found in the Appendix to these Operating
Instructions.
What the results of a completed acceptance test must include
System documentation including details of fail-safe functions
● Description of the system and synopsis/block diagram
● Safety functions for each drive
● Description of fail-safe devices/equipment
Functional test
Used to check the individual safety functions that are implemented.
● "Safe Torque Off" (STO)
● "Safe Stop 1" (SS1)
● "Safely Limited Speed" (SLS)
Completing the report
Document/log the commissioning time and then sign.
● Check the safety function parameters.
● Document/log the checksums.
● Provide evidence to show that the data have been saved/archived.
● Sign.
Appendix
Records/printouts of measurements associated with the functional test.
● Alarm logs
● Printouts of curve characteristics
Note
The official acceptance report form can be found in the Appendix to these Operating
Instructions.
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7.6
Performing a reset to factory settings
Overview
All converter parameters can be restored to a defined original state by performing a reset to
factory settings.
The original state can be restored by resetting the parameters to factory default by means of
P0970. These factory-set values are indicated in the parameter list by means of the
abbreviation "Def".
After a reset to factory settings, the following default settings will apply to the converter:
● Command and setpoint sources reset to fieldbus communication
● Control mode: basic V/f characteristic (P1300 = 0)
● Induction motor (P0300 = 1)
To facilitate the process of performing a reset to factory settings, the STARTER software
offers self-explanatory buttons and operator dialogs for both the standard and fail-safe
parameters.
Note
When the parameters are reset to the factory settings, the data transfer memory is
reinitialized. As a result, data transfer will be suspended while the reset process is being
performed.
WARNING
Fail-safe parameters
If standard frequency converters are used only the reset to factory defaults by means of
P0970 = 1 is of relevance.
If using frequency converters with fail-safe functions you have two reset options:
• P0970 = 1 only resets parameters which are irrelevant to fail-safe functions (application
parameters).
If P0970 = 1 is used to reset factory defaults on a frequency converter with fail-safe
functions all application parameters will be reset, however, any parameter settings
relating to fail-safe functions will be retained. That is, it is not necessary to carry out an
acceptance test.
• P0970 = 10 (password protected) only resets parameters which relate to fail-safe
functions.
An acceptance test must be carried out if parameters relating to fail-safe functions have
to be changed.
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7.6.1
Factory settings
Factory default settings
After the frequency converter is reset to the factory settings, it can be operated without any
additional parameterization provided the default settings of the frequency converter match
the following data of a 4-pole motor:
Default line frequency
50 Hz
Rated motor voltage
P0304
Rated motor current
P0305
Rated motor output
P0307
Rated motor frequency
P0310
Rated speed
P0311
(We recommend a Siemens standard motor.)
The following conditions must also be fulfilled:
Control (ON/OFF command) through fieldbus
P0700=6
Asynchronous motor
P0300=1
Self-cooled motor
P0335=0
Motor overload factor
P0640=150 %
Setpoint input through fieldbus
P1000=6
Minimum frequency
P1080=0 Hz
Maximum frequency
P1082=50 Hz
Ramp-up time
P1120=10 s
Ramp-down time
P1121=10 s
Linear V/f characteristic
P1300=0
NOTICE
If the settings made go beyond the factory settings, then careful attention must be paid depending on the complexity of the application - to the description of special functions and
to the parameter list plus function diagrams when commissioning the frequency converter.
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7.6.2
Resetting fail-safe parameters to default values
Description
Safe resetting to factory settings causes all fail-safe parameters to revert to their default
values. Exceptions:
● r9760 SI internal password
● P9761 SI password input
● P9762 SI password change
● P9763 SI confirmation of password change
Required parameter settings
Parameter
Description (parameter name and factory setting (if this does not vary) in bold)
P0003 = 3
User access level*
1: Standard: Facilitates access to the most frequently used parameters.
2: Extended: Facilitates extended access, e.g., to converter I/O functions.
3: Expert level: Only to be used by experts.
P0004 = 0
Parameter filter*
0: All parameters
P0010 = 30
Commissioning parameter*
0: Ready
30: Factory setting, parameter transfer
P9761
SI password input
Enter security password
P0970 = 10
Reset to factory settings*
0: Disabled
1: Reset application parameters
10: Reset parameters for fail-safe functions
BUSY
Once the reset to factory settings has been completed, P0970 and P0010 are set to
0.
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Overview
The operating and startup characteristics depend on the settings of the converter during
commissioning.
The following special operating characteristics are covered in this section:
● Transfer of frequency converter parameters to external storage media
● Simple standard commissioning of several frequency converters and the response when
a frequency converter is replaced
● the normal operating behavior of the frequency converter.
Note
The power supply cable must be fused in accordance with its cable cross-section. All 400
V components in the ET 200pro station, i.e. motor starters and converters, which are
supplied from a shared power bus, are protected by means of device-internal measures.
DANGER
During operation and a short time after switch-off, the enclosure can reach temperatures
which can cause burns or trigger a fire.
Requirements
The software user functions require functional hardware and software which have been put
into operation.
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8.1
Transfer of the frequency converter parameter assignment
The mechanisms by means of which parameters are transferred to external storage media
play an important role both under normal frequency converter operating conditions and
during standard commissioning and device replacement. For this reason, the different media
and their associated transfer methods are explained below.
8.1.1
Storage media for frequency converter parameters
Internal memory
All frequency converter parameter values are stored in a ROM block and are transferred to
the RAM once the device has powered up. Changes to factory settings can be saved in an
EEPROM so that they are powerfail-proof.
External memory
The frequency converter parameter values can be transferred to external storage media and
saved there. Options are:
● PC hard disk
● PLC memory
● MMC
Note
The file format for the MMC is FAT. Other file formats, such as FAT32 or NTFS, are not
compatible with uploading or downloading parameter sets from/to the converter.
Formatting is performed via the following DOS command line:
C:\>format volume /FS:FAT, where "volume" must be replaced by the drive name of the
MMC (e.g., A).
Please note that formatting causes all data to be deleted from the MMC.
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8.1.2
Parameter transfer - Terms
Upload
"Upload" refers to the transfer of parameters from the internal memory to an external storage
medium (e.g., MMC).
Download
"Download" refers to the transfer of parameters from an external storage medium to the
frequency converter's internal memory.
Supplementary conditions
The following supplementary conditions must be observed in respect of uploads/downloads:
● Once the upload/download procedure is under way, there is no way of stopping it again.
● If the data being downloaded are incompatible with the frequency converter, the relevant
parameters in the converter will revert to their default values.
● All the LEDs will flash during the upload/download process. On successful completion of
the process, the "RY/RDY" LED will light up.
CAUTION
Downloading parameters between different frequency converters or firmware versions is
not recommended.
It is possible to download parameter sets between different frequency converters, but
the user bears full responsibility for the consistency of the downloaded parameter set,
as the sets may differ from one another.
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8.1.3
Parameter transfer with MMC
Upload from frequency converter to an MMC
The frequency converter features an MMC slot, into which a memory card can be inserted.
An upload of parameters from EEPROM to the MMC can only be triggered manually.
Prerequisites:
● The upload frequency converter's power supply must be connected.
● The upload frequency converter must be in the "Ready" state.
● You must have an MMC, type 6SL3254-0AM00-0AA0, at your disposal.
Procedure
Parameters
Description (Parameter name and default setting (if this does not vary) in bold)
Setting
Disassemble frequency converter, insert MMC into rear of frequency converter and reassemble frequency converter - Carry out the following steps in respect of the parameter set
that is to be uploaded:
P0010 = 30
Commissioning parameter*
0: Ready
1: Quick comm.
2: Frequency converter
30: Factory setting, parameter transfer
95: Commissioning of fail-safe functions
P0804 = …
Select clone file
0: clone00.bin
…
99: clone99.bin
Remark: You can use P0804 to select the name of the clone file. In theory, up to a maximum of
100 (0 ... 99) parameter sets can be stored on one MMC.
P0802 = 2
Transfer data from EEPROM
0: Disabled
2: Start MMC transfer
If the upload was successfully completed, P0010 and P0802 are set to 0 and the "RY/RDY"
LED is lit.
An unsuccessful upload is signaled by an error message.
Download from an MMC to the frequency converter
The transfer of parameters from the MMC to the frequency converter's EEPROM can be
triggered manually or performed automatically.
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Note
When making use of this download procedure, you must bear in mind the following important
constraints:
• During the download procedure, the frequency converter will not be able to respond to
any commands.
• Once the download procedure is under way, there is no way of stopping it again.
• If the data being downloaded are incompatible with the frequency converter, the relevant
parameters in the frequency converter's memory will revert to their default values.
• In the event of an unsuccessful download, the frequency converter will not function as it
should.
The LEDs should flash when parameters are downloaded from an MMC to the frequency
converter's EEPROM. However, if the frequency converter is in fault status, this will be
afforded higher signaling priority by the LEDs than the download process. In such an event,
there is no way of knowing whether or not the parameter set has been downloaded correctly.
Manual download
In the case of a manual download, all the necessary parameters (with the exception of failsafe parameters) will be downloaded to the frequency converter.
Prerequisites
● The download frequency converter's power supply must be connected.
● The download frequency converter must be in the "Ready" state.
● You must have an MMC, type 6SL3254-0AM00-0AA0, at your disposal.
Procedure
Parameters
Description (Parameter name and default setting (if this does not vary) in bold)
Setting
Disassemble frequency converter, insert MMC into rear of frequency converter and reassemble frequency converter; then perform a manual download.
P0010 = 30
Commissioning parameter*
0: Ready
1: Quick comm.
2: Frequency converter
30: Factory setting, parameter transfer
95: Commissioning of fail-safe functions
P0804 = …
Select clone file (for download)
0: clone00.bin
…
99: clone99.bin
P0803 = 2
Transfer data to EEPROM
0: Disabled
2: Start MMC transfer
If the download was successfully completed, P0010 and P0803 are set to 0 and the "RY/RDY"
LED is lit.
Remark: It is possible to transfer data from one MMC to another using a commercially
available card reader.
An unsuccessful download is signaled by an error message.
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Automatic download
In the case of an automatic download, all parameters are transferred to the frequency
converter, including the fail-safe parameters.
P8458 is the parameter responsible for controlling automatic downloads on power-up.
Note
MMC for "automatic download"
The file clone00.bin is always used for an automatic download.
The user must ensure that clone00.bin (saved as "clone00.bin" on the PC with the
STARTER software) is available upon power-up on the MMC that is being used for the
automatic parameter download. Otherwise, the automatic download will not be performed.
Possible settings for P8458 and its functions are specified below.
P8458 = 0
Automatic parameter download from the MMC is disabled.
P8458 = 1
Automatic parameter download from the MMC once only (when the frequency converter next powers up
(default setting)). After the download, P8458 will be set to 0.
P8458 = 2
Automatic parameter loading from the MMC each time the frequency converter powers up.
The converter is ready after a successful automatic download. A successful automatic
download means:
● All parameters on the MMC were written into the converter EEPROM.
● The application ID on the MMC is the same as the configured application ID for this slot.
An unsuccessful download is signaled by an error message.
P8458 after an automatic download
The table below shows how the parameter P8458 is affected by the value which might be
saved on the MMC.
Table 8-1
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Settings of P8458 after an automatic parameter download from the MMC
Setting of P8458 in the
frequency converter EEPROM
Setting of P8458 in Setting of P8458
the MMC
after startup
Remark
0
0
0
0
1
0
Possible only in case
of a replacement
0
2
2
1
0
0
---
1
1
0
---
1
2
2
---
2
0
0
---
2
1
0
---
2
2
2
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8.1.4
Parameter transfer with PC (STARTER)
Upload from frequency converter to the PC
Parameters are uploaded from the frequency converter's RAM to a project file on a PC's
hard disk using STARTER. STARTER can be connected via a fieldbus or directly to the
frequency converter's RS232 interface.
Prerequisites
● You must have a converter with a suitable parameter set at your disposal (upload
converter).
● STARTER must be installed on the PC used for standard commissioning.
● The upload converter's power supply must be connected.
● The upload converter is in the "Ready to run" state.
Connect the STARTER PC to the upload frequency converter via RS232 (point-to-point
connection, appropriate connecting cable required) or via fieldbus, press the online button
("Connect to target system") and perform the upload using the
button.
Remark
An online connection can only be established between the PC and frequency converter via
fieldbus if the following conditions are met:
● The interface module of the ET 200 station is running in DPV1 mode.
● There is no CPU between the PC and the frequency converter (also applies to the
Download from PC to the frequency converter
In the case of a manual download, all parameters (with the exception of fail-safe parameters)
will be transferred to the frequency converter.
The parameter download is triggered via STARTER, from the project file in the frequency
converter's RAM.
Note
When making use of this download procedure, you must bear in mind the following important
constraints:
• During the download process, the frequency converter will not be able to respond to any
commands.
• Once the download procedure is under way, there is no way of stopping it again.
• If the data being downloaded are incompatible with the frequency converter, the relevant
parameters in the frequency converter's memory will revert to their default values.
• In the event of an unsuccessful download, the frequency converter will not function as it
should.
When parameters are being downloaded from the PC to the frequency converter's
EEPROM, the LEDs will flash. If the frequency converter experiences a fault condition, the
fault is indicated by the LEDs (SF on, RY/RDY off). The download will be carried out
regardless.
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Prerequisites
● The download converter's power supply must be connected.
● The download converter is in the "Ready to run" state.
Connect the STARTER PC to the download frequency converter via RS232 (point-to-point
connection, appropriate connecting cable required) or via fieldbus, press the online button
and perform the download using the
("Download project to target system") button.
The transferred parameters must then be saved in the frequency converter so that they are
("RAM to ROM") button.
powerfail-proof by pressing the
Remark
An online connection can only be established between the PC and frequency converter via
fieldbus if the following conditions are met:
● The interface module of the ET 200 station is running in DPV1 mode.
● The PC must be connected to the fieldbus directly.
See also
Series commissioning (Page 134)
8.1.5
Parameter transfer with PLC
Parameters can be uploaded and downloaded via fieldbus using the transfer mechanisms of
data set 47. For detailed information, refer to "Commissioning and Optimization".
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8.1.6
Fault codes during upload and download
Fault codes
If a fault occurs during an automatic download procedure, the frequency converter returns to
the parameter set that was previously stored in the EEPROM and the following fault codes
are generated:
Error
Cause
Remedy/Test
F00061
No MMC inserted
•
•
MMC faulty?
Insert an MMC and attempt the upload/download
again.
F00062
MMC contents invalid
•
•
MMC faulty?
Parameter valid for this frequency converter?
F00063
MMC contents incompatible
•
•
•
MMC faulty?
Parameter set clone00.bin available on the MMC
Parameter valid for this frequency converter?
F00395
Different application ID after download
See below
NOTICE
Once parameters have been uploaded from and downloaded to different frequency
converters, the parameter settings must be checked.
Downloading parameters from another frequency converter may cause a fault to occur with
F00063 output, if there are parameters that cannot be downloaded (check P0949 regarding
the (first) parameter number that cannot be downloaded).
If fault code F00061 or F00063 occurs during startup, it can only be cleared by shutting
down and restarting.
Remedy for F00395
If fault F00395 occurs, the loaded parameter set must be checked and confirmed by clearing
code F00395. The procedures are different for standard and fail-safe frequency converters.
F00395 for standard frequency converter
For a frequency converter without fail-safe functions, code F00395 can be cleared by means
of:
● Setting P7844 = 0 (confirmation of parameter download) or
● Setting P7844 = 2 (rejection of parameter download)
→ The frequency converter must be commissioned.
● Fault F00395 is acknowledged automatically by both P7844 settings.
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8.1 Transfer of the frequency converter parameter assignment
WARNING
In acknowledging fault F00395, the user assumes full responsibility for the parameters
saved in the frequency converter. In the "Ready to run" state, the frequency converter
can be started after acknowledgement by means of an OFF1/ON command.
F00395 for fail-safe frequency converter
In the case of frequency converters with integrated fail-safe functions, it is necessary to
perform an acceptance test. To clear F00395 on a frequency converter with integrated failsafe functions, proceed as follows:
● P0010 = 30
● P9761 = Fail-safe password
● Setting P7844 = 0 (confirmation of parameter download) or
● Setting P7844 = 2 (rejection of parameter download)
→ The frequency converter must be commissioned.
● Fault F00395 is acknowledged automatically by both P7844 settings.
● Perform an acceptance test.
WARNING
In acknowledging fault F00395, the user assumes full responsibility for performing the
acceptance test. The frequency converter must not be switched on before an
acceptance test is properly completed. In the "Ready to run" state, the frequency
converter can be started by means of an OFF1/ON command.
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8.2 Series commissioning and replacement of the frequency converter
8.2
Series commissioning and replacement of the frequency converter
8.2.1
Application ID
The application ID is an important parameter for frequency converter standard
commissioning and replacement. It is specified in HW Config when the frequency converter
is configured (see Planning/Configuring) and saved in the PLC.
The application ID is designed to uniquely identify the frequency converter's parameter
assignment and to prevent frequency converters being swapped incorrectly.
Saving the application ID in the frequency converter
The very first time a connection is established between the PLC and frequency converter,
the application ID is accepted into the frequency converter and saved so that it is powerfailproof.
The frequency converter's application ID is also transferred and saved when the frequency
converter parameters are uploaded to an MMC or in STARTER.
Application ID during standard commissioning or replacement
When the frequency converter is replaced or after it has been parameterized by means of a
parameter download, the frequency converter receives the application ID from the PLC and
compares this value with the one saved in the frequency converter. If both values are
identical, the frequency converter is ready to run. If the values differ, the frequency converter
outputs fault F00395. In this case, you must check why the application IDs do not match.
Options for changing the application ID
There are two options for changing the application ID in the frequency converter:
● Rejection of the parameter download
● Acceptance of the parameter download
See "Fault codes during upload and download".
The application ID can, of course, be changed in the PLC too. Once the PLC has been
restarted, the modified application ID is transferred to the frequency converter.
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8.2 Series commissioning and replacement of the frequency converter
8.2.2
Series commissioning
Overview
The term series commissioning refers to the process of transferring the parameter set from
one frequency converter to a number of other frequency converters in order to carry out
quick commissioning of identical applications (e.g. series machines or groups of converters).
Series commissioning is divided into the following steps:
● Creating a valid parameter set
● Uploading this parameter set
● Downloading the uploaded parameter set to the new frequency converter
The precondition for carrying out series commissioning is that there must be a suitable
parameter set available. This parameter set can be created by using the STARTER software
for frequency converter parameterization.
CAUTION
Downloading parameters between different firmware versions can lead to incorrect
parameter settings.
The LEDs should flash when parameters are downloaded from an MMC to the frequency
converter's EEPROM (e.g. during series commissioning). The parameters must be checked
after a download.
As soon as you have a frequency converter with a suitable parameter, you can upload the
parameter set. The next step is then to download it to the new frequency converter using the
STARTER software or MMC.
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8.2 Series commissioning and replacement of the frequency converter
WARNING
All the data interfaces, including the digital and analog interfaces, are reinitialized for the
series commissioning. This will interfere temporarily with data transfer or will cause the
digital outputs to switch over.
Before embarking on series commissioning, you must secure any dangerous loads.
To do this, proceed as follows:
• Lower the load to the ground or
• Secure the load using the motor holding brake.
Standard commissioning sequence with STARTER
1. Configure all frequency converters to be involved in standard commissioning with the
same application ID.
2. Commission the first frequency converter.
3. Upload from frequency converter to the PC: Frequency converter parameters are saved
on the PC.
4. Download from PC to the frequency converter: The saved parameters are transferred to
other frequency converters.
Note
In the case of a download with STARTER, all the necessary parameters (with the
exception of fail-safe parameters) will be downloaded to the frequency converter.
See also
Parameter transfer with PC (STARTER) (Page 129)
Standard commissioning sequence with MMC
1. Configure all frequency converters to be involved in standard commissioning with the
same application ID.
2. Commission the first frequency converter.
3. Upload from frequency converter to an MMC: Frequency converter parameters are saved
on an MMC.
4. Download from an MMC to the frequency converter: The saved parameters are
transferred to other frequency converters. The download can be performed manually or
automatically.
Note
In the case of a manual download, all the necessary parameters (with the exception of
fail-safe parameters) will be downloaded to the frequency converter.
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8.2 Series commissioning and replacement of the frequency converter
See also
Parameter transfer with MMC (Page 126)
8.2.3
Replacing a frequency converter
With regard to the response of the frequency converter after a replacement it is necessary to
distinguish whether an MMC is plugged in the frequency converter or not.
Frequency converter without MMC
After replacement, the frequency converter signals the error F00395 – unless the application
ID for this slot is the same as the application ID of the slot from which the frequency
converter originates.
Frequency converter with MMC
After plugging in, the frequency converter will carry out an automatic download from the
MMC only if P8458 > 0 (see "Transfer of parameters").
After replacement, the frequency converter signals the error F00395 – unless the application
ID for this slot is the same as the application ID of the slot from which the frequency
converter originates.
WARNING
Replacement constraints
The following must be taken into account prior to replacement:
• The user is responsible for ensuring that the MMC contains the correct parameter set.
• The user is responsible for ensuring that the application is in a safe state before
performing a replacement during operation.
Instructions on how to replace a frequency converter correctly
CAUTION
Parameter compatibility
In order to ensure full parameter compatibility, we recommend uploading the parameters to
a new MMC prior to replacing the frequency converter.
1. Unplug the frequency converter
2. Remove the MMC
The following must be taken into account when inserting the frequency converter:
1. Push the MMC into the MMC slot before you insert the frequency converter
2. Plug in the new frequency converter
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8.3 Operational performance of the converter
8.3
Operational performance of the converter
Description
A normal power-up procedure refers to the converter starting up after it has been switched
off and on again, or after a power failure. It can be performed with or without an MMC.
Normal startup without MMC
Following a load cycle or a power failure, the frequency converter reads the parameters from
the EEPROM into the RAM.
Normal startup with MMC
The frequency converters have been designed so that they can automatically detect whether
an MMC is available. The level of interaction between the frequency converter and the MMC
is controlled by parameter P8458.
Possible settings for P8458 and its functions are specified below.
P8458 = 0:
Parameters not automatically downloaded from the MMC.
P8458 = 1:
Parameters automatically downloaded from the MMC once (when frequency converter
next powers up (factory setting)). After the download, P8458 will be set to 0.
P8458 = 2:
Parameters automatically downloaded from the MMC (if available) each time the
frequency converter powers up.
Once the automatic download is complete, parameter P8458 will be set to 0 (provided that it
had the value 1 before the download), thereby disabling any other automatic parameter
downloads.
If parameter P8458 is set to 1 or 2 and no MMC is available, the converter begins with the
EEPROM parameters without messages or fault codes.
Cyclic data exchange during operation
The frequency converter is controlled via the fieldbus by means of cyclic data traffic. The
frequency converter receives control commands and the frequency setpoint by way of
standard telegram 1.
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8.4 Parameter change during operation
8.4
Parameter change during operation
Parameter change during operation
A frequency converter which is controlled via fieldbus also handles the transfer of
parameters via fieldbus in PROFIdrive mode using data set 47.
The transfer is described in the chapter entitled "Commissioning and Optimization":
● Parameter transfer to the frequency converter
● Parameter transfer from the converter
● Programming error.
See also
Block call (Page 103)
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9.1
9
Fault codes and interrupts
Interrupts
An interrupt does not shut down the frequency converter. The interrupt number is displayed
and transferred via STARTER and the fieldbus. Interrupt numbers are stored in parameter
r2110 under their code number (e.g., A0503 = 503) and can be read out from here.
Interrupts cannot be acknowledged; they will clear of their own accord, provided that the
cause has been removed.
Fault codes
In the event of a fault, the converter shuts down and the red "SF" LED lights up. The error
code is displayed and transferred via STARTER and the fieldbus.
Fault codes are stored in parameter r0947 under their code number (e.g., F0003 = 3). The
associated error value can be found in parameter r0949. If no error value is assigned to a
fault, the value 0 is entered. The point in time at which the fault occurred can be read out
(r0948), as can the number of the fault code (P0952) that is stored in parameter r0947.
The following sections describe the LED display of fault conditions.
Note
A group fault is only output if it has been enabled via parameter P8452 or the GSD.
Resetting fault codes
To reset the error code, one of the procedures listed below can be used:
● Switch the converter power supply off and on again via the main power supply to the ET
200 station (depending on P1210).
● Set bit 7 in control word 1 (r0054).
● Reset via STARTER.
Description of interrupts and fault codes
For detailed information on alarms and error messages, refer to the SIMATIC ET 200 List
Manual.
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9.2 Diagnostics through LEDs
9.2
Diagnostics through LEDs
Description
Status LEDs are located on the front panel of the frequency converter
Status display through LEDs
The SIMATIC ET 200pro FC frequency converters have a number of functions and statuses
that can be displayed by means of LEDs.
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Fail-safe frequency converter
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The frequency converter status is displayed by means of the following range of LED colors
and statuses:
Description
Color
Status
On
140
Fault LED
• SF
Red
Standby LED
• RY
Green
Fail-safe LED
• ES
• STO, SS1, SLS
Yellow
Off
Transitional status
(Flashing: 0.5 Hz)
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9.2 Diagnostics through LEDs
Description of the LEDs
LEDs
Description
System failure (SF)
The "System failure" LED indicates a general system error in either
the software or hardware.
Ready (RY)
The Ready LED indicates whether the converter is ready; a control
word is sent for this purpose. It does not show whether the drive is
running or not.
Final state (FS)
The "Final state" LED shows whether the final state of a safety
function that has been triggered has been reached.
Safe torque off (STO)
The STO LED indicates the safety function "Safe Torque Off".
Safe Stop 1 (SS1)
The SS1 LED indicates the safety function "Safe Stop 1".
Safely Limited Speed (SLS)
The SLS LED indicates the safety function "Safely Limited Speed".
You can find safety function information in the Function Manual.
Standard functions
Description
LEDs
SF
RY/RDY
Red
Green
Ready or running; bus/master connection OK
Installation
General fault
Download from the MMC
No power supply available
In any state where it makes no difference whether the LED is off, on or flashing, it is listed as
"Not relevant".
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STO status LEDs for fail-safe functions
Description
LED
SF
RY/RDY
Red
Green
Not
relevant
ES
STO
SS1
SLS
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
STO parameterized
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
STO initiated
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
STO reached
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Yellow
Passivation of
frequency converter
initiated
SS1 status LEDs for fail-safe functions
Description
LED
SF
RY/RDY
ES
STO
SS1
SLS
Red
Green
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
SS1 initiated
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
SS1 reached
Yellow
SS1 parameterized
SLS status LEDs for fail-safe functions
Description
LED
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RY/RDY
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STO
SS1
SLS
Red
Green
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
SLS initiated
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
Not
relevant
SLS reached
Yellow
SLS parameterized
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Additional states indicated by LEDs
Description
LED
SF
RY/RDY
Red
Green
ES
STO
SS1
SLS
Yellow
Safety commissioning
Parameter download
from MMC
9.3
Diagnostics through STARTER
In STARTER, fault messages and alarms are presented in the detailed display in the lower
part of the workbench. Additional information on each fault message can be called up
through the help function.
The frequency converter has an alarm history in which all alarms and fault messages are
recorded. You can read out this alarm history in STARTER in ONLINE mode.
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9.4 Diagnostics through fieldbus
9.4
Diagnostics through fieldbus
9.4.1
Diagnostics through the user program
The drive's fault condition is indicated in the cyclic program via status word 1 in bit 3
(ZSW1/bit 3). The PLC program can read this bit and in the event of any faults it can
investigate their cause with the help of the function "Reading parameters": Parameter P0944
contains the quantity of active faults and r0947 the fault number (the meaning can be found
in the list manual).
Interrupts are displayed in bit 7 of the status word (ZSW1/bit 7). Once this bit has been
evaluated, if any interrupts exist their cause can be investigated with the help of the function
"Reading parameters". Parameter P2111 contains all pending interrupts and r2110 contains
the interrupt numbers, whose meanings can be found in the List Manual.
The user can then initiate suitable action:
● Display
● Reactions in the user program
● Fault acknowledgment via the cyclic program (STW1/bit 7)
The parameters are read in PROFIdrive mode by calling SFC 59.
Note
The fault bit (ZSW1/bit 3) can also be evaluated by means of system diagnostics.
9.4.2
System diagnostics by means of standardized functions
Prerequisites
1. Diagnostics must be set in the interface module; this setting is made in the interface
module's property view during configuration.
2. Diagnostics must be set in the frequency converter; this setting is made when the
frequency converter is configured by selecting the parameter value "Enable diagnostics"
in the frequency converter's property view.
Evaluating
The user program (e.g., SIMATIC S7) has organization blocks OB82, OB86 and OB122 at its
disposal for the purpose of evaluating diagnostic errors in the ET 200 station.
● OB82 for diagnostic interrupts on drive errors
● OB86 for diagnostic interrupts for IM slave (ET 200 station failed)
● OB122 for diagnostic interrupts upon I/O access errors.
A specific response to errors can be programmed in these organization blocks. If the OB in
question is not available, the control enters a STOP state in the event of an error. The
frequency converter's response to the CPU stop is defined by parameter P2040.
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9.5 Device diagnostics
Depending on the CPU being used, other organization blocks can be integrated for
diagnostics purposes.
If an error occurs in the frequency converter, a diagnosis is reported and OB82 called. Error
code 27 is always reported. Detailed error diagnostics is only possible by reading out
parameters P0947 to P0949 with SFC59.
9.5
Device diagnostics
Parameter P8820 (1 - 31) contains information about the product version for the current
frequency converter which can be read via
● STARTER
● PLC using the "Read parameters" function (PROFIdrive mode)
● PC on the fieldbus using the I&M0 function.
The parameter is assigned as follows:
9.6
I&M function
Byte
length
Format
Example
Related parameter
(Index)
MANUFACTURER_ID
2
U16
42
P8820[5]
ORDER_ID
20
VS
6SL3235-0TEpp-pRB0
P8820[6-15]
SERIAL_NUMBER
16
VS
12345
P8820[16-23]
HARDWARE _REVISION
2
U16
1
P8820[24]
SOFTWARE_REVISION
4
1 Char
3 U8
V123
P8820[25-26]
REVISION_COUNTER
2
U16
0x0001
P8820[27]
PROFILE_ID
2
U16
0x3A00
P8820[28]
PROFILE_SPECIFIC_TYPE
2
U16
0x0003
P8820[29]
IM_VERSION
2
2 U8
11
P8820[30]
IM_SUPPORTED
2
U16
0x0000
P8820[31]
Fault clearance
Fault clearance depends on locating the cause of the fault exactly. Details of the possible
causes of faults and measures for eliminating them can be found in the list manual and in
STARTER (using the help function).
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Technical data
10.1
Technical data
Technical data
You can find general technical data in the manual entitled "SIMATIC ET 200pro Distributed
I/O System".
Note
Aside from the general technical data, the following also applies to ET 200pro FC
components:
Drop test (in original package) ≤ 0.35 m
Table 10-1
Technical data
Type 6SL3235-…
0TE21-1RB0
0TE21-1SB0
Construction type
A
A
Cooling type
Convection
Convection
Degree of protection
IP 65
IP 65
400
400
Rated input voltage, AC
V
Permissible voltage range min.
V
380
380
Permissible voltage range max.
V
480
480
AC max.
V
480
480
AC min.
V
0
0
Output
permissible voltage range
Rated output current
Constant torque
A
2,8
2,8
•
With overload (150% for 60 s)
A
4,2
4,2
•
With overload (200% for 3 s)
A
5,6
5,6
•
Without overload capability
A
3,1
3,1
A
5,6
5,6
Rated current In
Peak output current
Rated input current 3AC
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Type 6SL3235-…
0TE21-1RB0
0TE21-1SB0
Constant torque
A
1,7
1,7
Rated power
kW
1,1
1,1
hp
1,5
1,5
With overload (150% for 60 s)
W
1650
1650
With overload (200% for 3 s)
W
2200
2200
Without overload capability
W
1200
1200
Pulse frequency/default setting
Hz
4000
4000
Installation altitude above sea level
m
2000
2000
Efficiency η
95
95
Power factor
0,9
0,9
Modulation depth
0,87
0,87
m
0,155
0,155
Depth
m
0,213
0,213
Height
m
0,23
0,23
Weight
kg
4,0
4,0
0° to +55°C
Width
Ambient conditions
Operation
°C
0° to +55°C
Relative atmospheric humidity
%
95 (non-condensing)
Temperature:
Transportation, storage
°C
-40 to +70
-40 to +70
Filter (Class A, 3AC)
Integrated
Integrated
Type of overload capability
150% for 60 s every 300 s,
200% for 3 s every 300 s
Cable cross-section
Motor cable max.
mm2
2,5
EM brake control module
200 V DC
Integrated
Integrated
Integrated
Integrated
Device fusing
16 A medium time-lag
Ambient conditions
For information on the mechanical and climatic ambient conditions of the ET 200pro system,
please refer to the manual entitled "SIMATIC ET 200pro Decentralized Peripherals System".
Special ambient conditions for the ET 200pro FC frequency converter are described in the
relevant sections.
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10.2 General ambient conditions
10.2
General ambient conditions
The following conditions must be taken into account when installing a frequency converter:
Shocks and vibrations
The frequency converter must not be dropped, exposed to sudden shocks or installed in
surroundings where it might be exposed to regular vibrations.
Air pollution/water
The frequency converter must not be installed in areas where there are corrosive gases and
air pollution; however, it can be exposed to dust and splashwater (degree of protection
IP65).
Installation and cooling
Make sure that convection can take place freely in front of the frequency converter. In this
area there must be no devices which could obstruct or affect the convection.
A clearance of 35 mm must be kept above and below the components of the frequency
converter from other devices or components in order to ensure that convection can take
place unhindered.
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Dimensional drawings
11.1
Frequency converter
Frequency converter
Figure 11-1
Standard frequency converters
①
Clearance for heat dissipation
②
Earthing point
③
Mounting rail
④
Bus module
⑤
Frequency converter
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11.2 Bus module
11.2
Bus module
Bus module
Figure 11-2
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Spare parts/accessories
12.1
Spare parts/accessories
Multi Media Card (MMC)
The Multi Media Card (MMC) is used to save parameters from a control unit. This way it is
possible to transfer the saved parameters to another control unit. For a detailed description
refer to the section "Operation".
Multi Media Card (MMC)
Order No.
6SL3254-0AM00-0AA0
Optical cable
The optical cable is used to connect a configuring or operating device with an RS232
interface to the optical interface of the frequency converter. Electronics integrated in the
cable converts electrical signals of up to 115 kBd into optical signals and vice versa.
Optical cable
Order No.
3RK19 22-2BP00
Motor cable
Prefabricated motor cables up to 10 m long are available ex stock for connecting the motor.
Larger lengths up to 15 m can be obtained from our SINAMICS service providers.
Motor cable
Order No.
Length
6ES7194-1LA01-0AA0
1.5 m
6ES7194-1LB01-0AA0
3.0 m
6ES7194-1LC01-0AA0
5.0 m
6ES7194-1LD01-0AA0
10.0 m
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12.1 Spare parts/accessories
Power jumper connector
Using the power jumper connector it is possible for one frequency converter to loop through
up to 25 A from 3AC 400 V to another frequency converter mounted directly alongside. The
common fusing of the primary supply is provided externally.
Power jumper connector
Order No.
3RK19 22-2BQ00
Sealing cap for power bus
Unused connections without a sealing cap have a degree of protection of only IP54, with a
sealing cap it is IP65.
Sealing caps for power bus
154
Order No.
Quantity
3RK19 02-0CK00
1
3RK19 02-0CJ00
10
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A.1
Acceptance Log
A.1.1
Documentation of acceptance test
A
Overview
Acceptance test No.
Date
Person carrying-out
Table A-1
Machine description and overview/block diagram
Designation
Type
Serial No.
Manufacturer
End customer
Block/overview diagram of the machine
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Table A-2
Drive No.
156
Fail-safe functions for each drive
FW version
SI version
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
r0018 =
r9770 =
Fail-safe function
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Table A-3
Description of the fail-safe equipment/devices
Drive No.
A.1.2
Example:
Wiring of the STO terminals (protective door, EMERGENCY STOP), grouping
of the STO terminals, etc.
Function test of the acceptance test
Description
The function test must be carried-out separately for each individual drive
(assuming that the machine permits this to be done).
Executing the test
First commissioning
Please mark
Series commissioning
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Function test "Safe Torque Off" (STO)
This test comprises the following steps:
Table A-4
158
"Safe Torque Off" function (STO)
No.
Description
1.
Initial state
• Drive is "Ready to Run" (P0010 = 0)
• No safety faults and alarms
• r9772.0 = r9772.1 = 0 (STO de-selected and inactive)
• P9659 = time intervals for the forced checking procedure correctly set
Status
2.
Operate the drive
3.
Check that the expected drive operates
4.
Select STO while issuing the command to operate
5.
Check the following:
• The drive coasts-down
• The drive is braked by the mechanical brake and held if a brake is being
used
• No safety faults
• r9772.0 = r9772.1 = 1 (STO selected and active), r9772.14 = 1 if Safe
Brake Control is enabled
6.
De-select STO
7.
Check the following:
• No safety faults
• r9772.0 = r9772.1 = 0 (STO de-selected and inactive) , r9772.14 = 0
8.
Check that the expected drive operates if so the following is tested:
• That the wiring between the control unit and power module is correct
• Correct assignment, drive No. – inverter power module – motor
• That the hardware is correctly functioning
• That the shutdown paths have been correctly wired
• Correct assignment of the STO terminals on the control unit
• Correct parameterization of the STO function
• Routine for the forced checking procedure of the shutdown paths
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Function test "Safe Stop 1" (SS1)
This test comprises the following steps:
Table A-5
"Safe Stop 1" function (SS1)
No.
Description
1.
Initial state
• Drive is "Ready to Run" (P0010 = 0)
• No safety faults and alarms
• r9772.0 = r9772.1 = 0 (STO de-selected and inactive)
• r9772.2 = r9772.3 = 0 (SS1 de-selected and inactive)
2.
Operate the drive
3.
Check that the expected drive operates
4.
Select SS1 while issuing the traversing command
5.
Check the following:
• Drive speed decreases corresponding to the selected ramp time (if
required, use a stop watch)
• After the parameterized minimum speed has been fallen below, the drive
coasts-down
• The drive is braked and held by the mechanical brake if a brake is being
used
• No safety faults
• r9772.1 = 1 (STO active)
• r9772.2 = 1 (SS1 selected)
• r9772.14 = 1 if safe brake monitoring is enabled
6.
De-select SS1
7.
Check the following:
• No safety faults
• r9772.1 = 0 (STO inactive)
• r9772.2 = 0 (SS1 de-selected)
• r9772.14 = 0
8.
Check that the expected drive operates if so the following is tested:
• The wiring between the control unit and power module is correct
• Correct assignment, drive No. – inverter power module – motor
• Correct functioning of the hardware
• Correct wiring of the shutdown paths
• Correct assignment, STO terminals on the control unit
• Correct parameterization of the SS1 function
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Function test "Safely-Limited Speed" (SLS)
This test comprises the following steps:
Table A-6
160
"Safely-Limited Speed" function (SLS)
No.
Description
1.
Initial state
• Drive is "Ready to Run" (P0010 = 0)
• No safety faults and alarms
• r9772.4 = r9772.5 = 0 (SLS de-selected and inactive)
Status
2.
Operate the drive (if the machine permits it, at a higher speed than the
parameterized safely-limited speed)
3.
Check that the expected drive operates
4.
Select SLS while issuing the traversing command
5.
Check the following:
• r9772.4 = 1 (SLS selected)
• Drive speed decreases corresponding to the selected ramp time or SLS
mode (if required, use an oscilloscope)
• After the parameterized safely-limited speed has been fallen below, the
speed remains below this limit
– In SLS mode 1 à correct, must be no fault
– In SLS mode 0 à LSTO (safety fault at ramping end)
– In SLS mode 2 à LSTO (immediately)
• r9772.5 = 1 (SLS active)
6.
De-select SLS
7.
Check the following:
• No safety faults
• r9772.4 = r9772.5 = 0 (SLS de-selected and inactive)
8.
Check that the expected drive operates if so the following is tested:
• The wiring between the control unit and power module is correct
• Correct assignment, drive No. – inverter power module – motor
• Correct functioning of the hardware
• Correct wiring of the shutdown paths
• Correct parameterization of the SLS function
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A.1.3
Completing the acceptance log
Parameters of the fail-safe functions
Specified value checked?
Yes
No
Control unit
Checksums
Drive
Name
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Control unit (r9898)
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Data back-up/archiving
Memory medium
Type
Designation
Saved where
Date
Parameters
PLC program
Circuit diagrams
Signatures
Commissioning engineer
Confirms that the above listed tests and checks have been correctly carried-out.
Date
Name
Company/department
Signature
Machinery construction OEM
Confirms the correctness of the parameterization documented above.
Date
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Name
Company/department
Signature
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A.2
ESD directives
A.2.1
Electromagnetic compatibility
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
All manufacturers/assemblers of electrical units which "perform an essentially complete
function and are marketed as a single unit designed for the end-user", must comply with the
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
There are three ways for the manufacturer/assembler to verify compliance:
Self-certification
The manufacturer declares that the European standards applicable to the electrical
environment for which the unit is intended are satisfied. Only standards which have been
officially published in the official journal of the European Union are allowed to be cited in the
manufacturer's declaration.
Description of technical design
A description of the unit's technical design covering its EMC properties may be drawn up.
Such a description must be approved by a "competent body" appointed by the responsible
European authority. This method enables the use of standards which are still being
prepared.
EMC standards
The drives were tested according to the EMC product standard EN 61800-3:2004.
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A.2.2
Definition of EMC environment and EMC classes
Classification of EMC behavior
The EMC environment and the EMC classes are defined in the EMC product standard
EN 61800-3 as follows:
Environment 1
An environment in which there are residential estates and facilities which are connected
directly to a public low-voltage supply network without the use of an intermediate
transformer.
Note
Example: Houses, apartments, commercial units or office rooms within a residential building.
Environment 2
An environment in which there are commercial estates and facilities which are not connected
directly to a public low-voltage supply network.
Note
Example: Developed commercial sites and other sites which are supplied by a transformer
provided specially for the purpose.
Class C1
Power drive system (PDS) with a rated voltage of less than 1000 V for use in residential
buildings.
Class C2
Power drive system (PDS) with a rated voltage of less than 1000 V, which is neither fitted
with a plug connector nor intended for (easy) transport and which, when used in residential
buildings, is designed solely for installation and commissioning by a specialist.
Note
A specialist is a person or organization with the necessary skills to install and/or commission
a power drive system (PDS) including its EMC aspects.
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A.2.3
Overall behavior as regards EMC
EMC emitted interference
The frequency converters were tested in accordance with the requirements regarding
emitted interference for environments of Class C3 (commercial).
Table A-7
Conductor-related and radiated emitted interference
EMC impact
Standard
Step
Conducted emissions
EN 55011
Class A
Radiated emissions
EN 55011
Class A
Note
To comply with this behavior, the factory-set switching frequency must not be exceeded.
Harmonic currents
No connection approval is required for units which are installed in an environment of Class
C3 (commercial).
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EMC immunity
The frequency converters were tested in accordance with the interference immunity
requirements for environments of Class C3 (commercial).
Table A-8
EMC immunity
EMC impact
Standard
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD)
EN 61000-4-2
Electromagnetic high
frequency field
EN 61000-4-3
Power
criterion
4 kV discharge by contact
A
8 kV discharge in air
Amplitude modulated
0.15 MHz … 80 MHz 10 V/m
A
80 % AM at 1 kHz
Transient overvoltages
EN 61000-4-4
2 kV at 5 kHz
A
Voltage surge
EN 61000-4-5
1 kV inverse mode (L-L)
A
1.2/50 μs
Wired
2 kV common mode (L-E)
EN 61000-4-6
High frequency common
mode
System interruptions and
voltage dips
166
Step
0.15 MHz … 80 MHz 10 V/rms
A
80 % AM at 1 kHz
EN 61000-2-1
100 % voltage dip for 3 ms
C
30 % voltage dip for 10 ms
B
60 % voltage dip for 100 ms
C
95 % voltage dip for 5000 ms
C
Voltage distortion
EN 61000-2-4
Class 3
10 % THD
A
Voltage asymmetry
EN 61000-2-4
Class 3
3 % inverse reactance
A
Frequency fluctuation
EN 61000-2-4
Class 3
Rated value 50 Hz or 60 Hz (± 4 %)
A
Commutation notches
EN 60146-1-1
Class B
Depth = 40 %
A
Area = 250 % x degrees
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A.2.4
ET 200S FC frequency converter in the industrial environment
ET 200pro FC frequency converters with integrated Class A EMC filters are designed for use
in an industrial environment, provided that the permissible cable lengths are used.
Table A-9
Use in the industrial environment
Fields of application
Industry
Requirement for
Emitted noise
Interference immunity
EN 61000-6-4, with Class A filter
EN 61000-6-2
Installation guideline for ET 200pro FC frequency converter with integrated EMC filter
● Operation is only permitted for TN line supply systems.
● The converter must be assembled on a grounded plate with a large surface.
● The module rack is to be grounded.
● The maximum length per frequency converter of the shielded power cable is 15 m.
A.2.4.1
ET 200pro FC frequency converter in a drive system in accordance with EN 61800-3
Explanatory notes for EN 61800-3+A11
The EN 61800-3+A11 product standard for "Adjustable speed electrical power drive
systems, Part 3: EMC requirements and specific test methods" specifies limit values for
noise radiation and interference immunity. The EMC product standard EN 61800-3+A11
does not apply directly to a frequency converter but to a complete drive system, which
comprises the complete circuitry, motor and cables in addition to the converter.
Limit values for compliance with EN 61800-3 Category C3
The following table lists the key limit values for compliance with EN 61800-3 on devices with
restricted availability for a drive system in accordance with Category C3 (Category C3: Drive
system (PDS) with a rated voltage of < 1000 V. For use in a second environment), i.e., use
in second environment (industrial) with commissioning and installation carried out by an
EMC expert.
Table A-10
Limit values for noise radiation for a drive system compliant with Category C3
EMC phenomena
Basic standard
for test
procedures
Limit value
Radiated emissions
EN 55011
Class A, Group 1
Conducted emissions
EN 55011
Class A, Group 2
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Table A-11
Limit values for interference immunity for a drive system compliant with Category C3
EMC phenomena
Basic standard
for test
procedures
Level
Voltage dips
EN 61800-3-A11
30 %, 10 ms 1)
B
60 %, 100 ms 1)
C
95 %, 5 s 2)
C
100 %, 230 ms 2)
C
100 %, 120 ms (regenerative
feedback) 3)
C
Voltage interruptions
EN 61800-3-A11
Harmonics at rated load
5.
7.
11.
13.
Motor operation
EN 61800-3-A11
18,4%
15,6%
8,8%
8,4%
Regenerative
feedback
EN 61800-3-A11
20,3%
18,4%
9,8%
9,3%
EN 61000-4-2
8 kV, air discharge (housing)
B
Burst
EN 61000-4-4
2 kV/5 kHz (electric power cable)
B
Voltage surge
EN 61000-4-5
2 kV, phase – ground (electric power
cable)
B
1 kV, phase – phase (electric power
cable)
B
Electrostatic discharge
Interference pulses
Evaluation
criterion
--
High-frequency electromagnetic field,
amplitude-modulated
EN 61000-4-3
80 MHz – 1000 MHz, 10 V/m,
80 % AM
A
Ground leakage current
EN 61800-5-1
See the two tables below.
--
1) Reduction of motor speed
2) Shutdown on fault F00003 "Undervoltage"
3) Shutdown on fault F00002 "Overvoltage"
The requirements of the product standard for a drive system, according to C3, are fulfilled.
Operation with unshielded cable is not permitted.
Table A-12
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Ground leakage currents to EN 61800-5-1 with 15 m CY shielded cable
Motor frequency
Ground leakage currents (mA) at pulse frequency
Hz
4 kHz
8 kHz
12 kHz
50
1,95
1,39
1,19
20
2,58
1,73
1,37
10
2,70
1,78
1,40
5
2,74
1,79
1,40
Standby
0,53
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A.2.4.2
ET 200pro FC frequency converter in general industrial application
Explanatory notes for general industrial application
In this EMC application, the manufacturer/assembler must certify the devices used as
compliant with the EMC directive for industrial environments. The limit values are in line with
the generic standards EN 61000-6-4 for generic emissions (noise radiation) and EN 610006-2 interference immunity in the second environment (industrial).
Limit values for general industrial application
The following tables contain the key limit values for compliance with the generic standards.
Table A-13
Limit values for noise radiation for general industrial application to EN 61000-6-4
EMC phenomena
Basic standard for
test procedures
Radiated emissions
EN 55011
Class A, Group 1
Conducted emissions
EN 55011
Class A, Group 1
Table A-14
Limit value
Limit values for interference immunity for general industrial application to EN 61000-6-2
EMC phenomena
Basic standard for
test procedures
Level
Evaluation criterion
Voltage dips
EN 61000-4-11
30% reduction, 0.5 periods
B
Voltage interruptions
EN 61000-4-11
> 95% reduction, 250 periods
C
Electrostatic discharge
EN 61000-4-2
8 kV, air discharge
B
4 kV, contact discharge
B
2 kV electric power cable
B
1 kV control cable
B
2 kV electric power cable (phase
- ground)
B
1 kV electric power cable (phase
- phase)
B
1 kV control cable (cable ground)
B
80 MHz – 1000 MHz, 10 V/m,
80 % AM
A
Interference
pulses
Burst
Voltage surge
High-frequency electromagnetic field,
amplitude-modulated
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-3
The requirements of the generic standards in respect of interference immunity are met. The
required values for interference emission are complied with if installation takes place
according to EMC installation guidelines.
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A.3 Standards
A.3
Standards
Standards and directives
European Low-Voltage Directive
The SINAMICS product series meets the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, including
the amendment by Directive 98/68/EEC. The devices are certified as complying with the following
standards:
EN 61800-5-1 - Semiconductor - General Requirements and Line Commutated Converters
EN 60204-1 - Safety of Machinery - Electrical Equipment of Machinery
European Machinery Directive
The converter series does not fall within the area covered by the machinery directive. However, the use of
the products in a typical machine application has been fully assessed for compliance with the main
regulations in this directive concerning health and safety. A declaration regarding the general acceptance
is available upon request.
European EMC Directive
When installed in accordance with the recommendations specified in this manual, the frequency converter
complies with all regulations of the EMC directive according to the definition provided by EN 61800-3
"EMC Product Standard for Power Drive Systems".
Underwriters Laboratories
The device is listed by UL and CUL for power conversion in an environment the pollution degree 2.
Comment: UL certification is being processed.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) compatibility
Due to their design features, it is possible that these devices cannot be installed in accordance with the
National Electrical Code (NFPA70).
These devices are only certified for installation in industrial machines in accordance with the "Electrical
Standard for Industrial Machinery" (NFPA79).
ISO 9001
Siemens AG uses a quality management system that meets the requirements of ISO 9001.
EC Machinery Directive 98/37/EG
This directive defines basic protection goals for safety technology
EN 292-1
Basic terminology and general principles for design
EN 954-1
Safety-related parts of control systems
EN 1050
Risk assessment
DKE 226.03
Safety-related functions of electrical drive systems in machinery
EN 61800-3
EMC product standard including special test procedures
EN 61800-5-1
Requirements for the safety of electrical power drive systems with adjustable speed
IEC 61508
Functional safety of electrical and electronic systems
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List of abbreviations/acronyms
B.1
Abbreviations
Abbreviations
Abbreviations
German
English
Warnung
alarm
A
A...
AC
Wechselstrom
alternating current
AD
Analog-Digital-Konverter
analog digital converter
ADC
Analog-Digital-Konverter
analog digital converter
ADR
Adresse
address
AFM
Frequenzmodifikation
frequency modification
AFM
Zusätzliche Frequenzmodulation
additional frequency modulation
AG
Automatisierungsgerät
programmable controller
AI
Analog-Eingang
analog input
AIN
Analog-Eingang
analog input
AK
Anforderungsidentifizierung
request identification
ALM
Active Line Module
active line module
AO
Analog output
analog output
AOP
Advanced Operator Panel
advanced operator panel
AOUT
Analog-Ausgang
analog output
APC
Advanced Positioning Control
advanced positioning control
ASC
Ankerkurzschluss
armature short-circuit
ASCII
Amerikanische Code-Norm für den
Informationsaustausch
American standard code for information
interchange
ASIC
Anwendungsspezifischer integrierter
Schaltkreis
application specific integrated circuit
ASM
Asynchronmotor
induction motor
ASP
Analog-Sollwert
analog setpoint
ASVM
Asymmetrische Raumvektormodulation
asymmetrical space vector modulation
Betriebsbedingung
operating condition
B
BB
BCC
Block-Prüfzeichen
unit mark of conformity
BCD
Binär codierter Dezimalcode
binary conversion code
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B.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviations
German
English
BERO
Firmenname für einen
Näherungsschalter
trade name for a type of proximity switch
BI
Binektor-Eingang
binector input
BIA
Berufsgenossenschaftliches Institut für
Arbeitssicherheit
German institute for occupational safety
BICO
Binektor-Konnektor-Technologie
binector connector technology
BIST
Testprogramm
debugger
BLM
Basic Line Module
basic line module
BO
Binektor-Ausgang
binector output
BOP
Basic Operator Panel
basic operator panel
C
Kapazität
capacitance
C...
Safety-Meldung
safety message
C
CAN
Serielles Bussystem
controller area network
CB
Kommunikationsbaugruppe
communication board
CBC
Kommunikationsbaugruppe CAN
communication board CAN
CCW
gegen den Uhrzeigersinn
counter-clockwise
CD
Compact Disc
compact disc
CDS
Befehlsdatensatz
command data set
CI
Konnektor-Eingang
connector input
CM
Konfigurierungs-Management
configuration management
CMD
Befehl
command
CNC
Computerunterstützte numerische
Steuerung
computer numerical control
CO
Konnektor-Ausgang
connector output
CO/BO
Konnektor-Ausgang/Binektor-Ausgang
connector output/binector output
COB-ID
CAN Object-Identification
can object-identification
COM
Mittelkontakt eines Wechslerkontaktes
common contact of a change-over relay
CP
Kommunikationsprozessor
communications processor
CPU
Zentralbaugruppe
central processing unit
CRC
Checksummenprüfung
cyclic redundancy check
CSM
Control Supply Module
control supply module
CT
Konstantes Drehmoment; hohe Überlast
constant torque
CU
Control Unit
Control Unit
CW
im Uhrzeigersinn
clockwise
DA
Digital-Analog-Konverter
digital analog converter
DAC
Digital-Analog-Konverter
digital analog converter
DC
Gleichstrom
direct current
DCN
Gleichstrom negativ
direct current negative
DCP
Gleichstrom positiv
direct current positive
DDS
Antriebsdatensatz
drive data set
DI, DIN
Digital-Eingang
digital input
D
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B.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviations
German
English
DI/DO
Digitaleingang/-ausgang bidirektional
bidirectional digital input/output
DIP
DIP-Schalter
dip switch
DMC
DRIVE-CLiQ Module Cabinet (Hub)
drive-cliq module cabinet (hub)
DO
Digital-Ausgang
digital output
DOUT
Digital-Ausgang
digital output
DP
Dezentrale Peripherie (verteilte E/As)
decentralized peripherals
DPRAM
Speicher mit beidseitigem Zugriff
dual ported random access memory
DRAM
Dynamischer Speicher
dynamic random access memory
DRIVE-CLiQ
Drive Component Link with IQ
drive component link with iq
DS
Antriebs-Zustand
drive state
DSC
Dynamic Servo Control
dynamic servo control
Ersatzschaltbild
equivalent circuit diagram
EDS
Geberdatensatz
encoder data set
EEC
Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft
European economy community
EEPROM
Elektrisch löschbarer, programmierbarer
Festwertspeicher
erasable programmable read-only
memory
EGB
Elektrostatisch gefährdete Baugruppen
electrostatic sensitive devices (esd)
ELCB
Erdschluss-Schutzschalter; Fehlerstrom- earth leakage circuit-breaker
Schutzschalter (FI)
ELP
Erdschlussüberwachung
earth leakage protection
EMC
Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit
(EMV)
electromagnetic compatibility
EMI
Elektomagnetische Störung
electromagnetic interference
EMF
Elektromagnetische Kraft
electromagnetic force (EMF)
EMK
Elektromagnetische Kraft
electromagnetic force (EMF)
EMV
Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
EN
Europäische Norm
European standard
EnDat
Geber-Schnittstelle
encoder-data-interface
EP
Impulsfreigabe
enable pulses
EPOS
Einfachpositionierer
basic positioner
ES
Technisches System
engineering system
ESB
Ersatzschaltbild
equivalent circuit diagram
ESR
Erweitertes Stillsetzen und Rückziehen
extended stop and retract
F...
Störung
fault
FAQ
Häufig gestellte Fragen
frequently asked questions
FCC
Flussstromregelung
flux current control
FCC
Steuerfunktionsablauf
function control chart
FCL
Schnelle Strombegrenzung
fast current limiting
E
ECD
F
FEM
Fremderregter Synchronmotor
separately excited synchronous motor
FEPROM
Schreib- und Lesespeicher nichtflüchtig
flash eprom
FF
Festfrequenz
fixed frequency
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B.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviations
German
English
FFB
Freier Funktionsbaustein
free function block
FG
Funktionsgenerator
function generator
FI
Fehlerstrom-Schutzschalter
earth leakage circuit-breaker (elcb)
FOC
Feldorientierte Regelung
field-oriented control
FP
Funktionsplan
function diagram
FREQ
Frequenz
frequency
FSA
Baugröße A
frame size A
FSB
Baugröße B
frame size B
FSC
Baugröße C
frame size C
FSD
Baugröße D
frame size D
FSE
Baugröße E
frame size E
FSF
Baugröße F
frame size F
FW
Firmware
firmware
GB
Gigabyte
gigabyte
GC
Global-Control-Telegramm (BroadcastTelegramm)
global control telegram (broadcast
telegram)
GSD
Gerätestammdatei: beschreibt die
Merkmale eines PROFIBUS-Slaves
device master file: describes the
features of a profibus slave
GSG
Inbetriebnahme-Anleitung
getting started guide
GSV
Gate Supply Voltage
gate supply voltage
GUI ID
Eindeutige globale Kennung
graphical user interface
Hochfrequenz
high frequency
HFD
Hochfrequenzdrossel
high frequency reactor
HIW
Haupt-Istwert
main actual value
G
H
HF
HLG
Hochlaufgeber
ramp-function generator
HMI
Mensch-Maschine-Schnittstelle
human machine interface
HO
Konstantes Drehmoment; hohe Überlast
constant torque
HSW
Haupt-Sollwert
main setpoint
HTL
Logik mit hoher Störschwelle,
Hochspannungs-Transistor-Logik
high-threshold logic
HW
Hardware
hardware
i. V.
In Vorbereitung: diese Eigenschaft steht
zur Zeit nicht zur Verfügung
in preparation: this feature is currently
not available
I/O
Eingang/Ausgang
input/output
IBN
Inbetriebnahme
commissioning
ID
Identifizierung
identifier
IEC
Internationale Norm in der Elektrotechnik international electrotechnical
commission
IGBT
Bipolartransistor mit isolierter
Steuerelektrode
insulated gate bipolar transistor
IL
Impulslöschung
pulse suppression
I
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Abbreviations
German
English
IND
Unter-Index
sub index
IP65
Schutzgrad 65
grade of protection 65
IT
Drehstromversorgungsnetz ungeerdet
Insulated three-phase supply network
IVP
Interner Spannungsschutz
internal voltage protection
Tippen, JOG-Betrieb
jogging
KDV
Kreuzweiser Datenvergleich
data cross-checking
KIB
Kinetische Pufferung
KIP
Kinetische Pufferung
kinetic buffering
Kp
Proportionalverstärkung
proportional gain
KTY
Spezieller Temperatursensor
special temperature sensor
L
Induktivität
inductance
LCD
Flüssigkristallanzeige
liquid-crystal display
J
JOG
K
L
LED
Leuchtdiode
light emitting diode
LGE
Länge
length
LIN
Linearmotor
linear motor
LO
Leichte Überlast (Veränderbares
Drehmoment)
light overload
LR
Lageregler
position controller
LSB
Niederstwertiges Bit
least significant bit
LSS
Netzschalter
line side switch
LU
Längeneinheit
length unit
LWL
Lichtwellenleiter
optical fibre
M
M
Masse
reference potential, zero potential
MB
Megabyte
megabyte
MCC
Motion Control Chart
motion control chart
MDS
Motordatensatz
motor data set
MHB
Motor-Haltebremse
motor holding brake
MLFB
Maschinenlesbare
Fabrikatebezeichnung
machine-readable product designation
MLP
Mehrsprachen-Paket
multi language package
MMC
Mensch-Maschine-Kommunikation
man-machine communication
MMC
Micro Memory Card
kompakte Speicherkarte für SIMATIC
Micro Memory Card
Compact memory card for SIMATIC
MOP
Motorpotentiometer
motor potentiometer
MSB
Höchstwertiges Bit
most significant bit
MSCY_C1
Zyklische Kommunikation zwischen
Master (Klasse 1) und Slave
master slave cycle class 1
MT
Messtaster
measuring probe
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B.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviations
German
English
N. C.
Nicht angeschlossen
not connected
N...
Keine Meldung oder Interne Meldung
no report
NAMUR
Normenarbeitsgemeinschaft für Messund Regeltechnik in der chemischen
Industrie
standardization association for
measurement and control in chemical
industries
NC
Numerische Steuerung
numerical control
NC
Ruhekontakt; Öffner
normally closed (contact)
NEMA
Normengremium in USA (United States
of America)
national electrical manufacturers
association
NM
Nullmarke
zero mark
NO
Arbeitskontakt; Schließer
normally open (contact)
NPN
Negativ positiv negativ
negative positive negative
OA
Open Architecture
open architecture
OEM
Original Equipment Manufacturer
original equipment manufacturer
OLM
Optische Koppelbaugruppe
O
OLP
Stecker für optische Verbindung
optical link plug
OMI
Option Module Interface
option module interface
OP
Bedienfeld
operator panel
OPI
Betriebsanleitung
operating instruction
P...
Einstellparameter
adjustable parameter
PcCtrl
Steuerungshoheit
master control
PDS
Leistungsteildatensatz, Antriebssystem
power unit data set
PE
Schutzerde
protective earth
PELV
Schutzkleinspannung
protective extra low voltage
PEM
Permanenterregter Synchronmotor
permanent-magnet synchronous motor
P
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PG
Programmiergerät
programming terminal
PI
Proportional Integral
proportional integral
PID
Proportional Integral Differential
proportional integral differential
PID
Proportional-Integral-Differential-Regler
proportional integral differential controller
PKE
Parameterkennung
parameter ID
PKW
Parameterkennung Wert
parameter ID value
PLC
Speicherprogrammierbare Steuerung
(SPS)
programmable logical controller (PLC)
PLI
Listenhandbuch
parameter list
PLL
Baustein zur Synchronisierung
phase locked loop
PM
Netzteil
power module
PM-IF
Leistungsteil Schnittstelle
power module interface
PNO
PROFIBUS Nutzerorganisation
profibus user organisation
PNP
Positiv negativ positiv
positive negative positive
PNU
Parameternummer
parameter number
POT
Potentiometer
potentiometer
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B.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviations
German
English
PPI
Punkt zu Punkt Schnittstelle
point to point interface
PPO
Parameter-Prozessdatenobjekt
parameter process data object
PRBS
Weißes Rauschen
pseudo random binary signal
PROFIBUS
Serieller Datenbus
process field bus
PROFIdrive
Antriebsstandard
drive standard
PROFINET
Serieller Datenbus
process field network
PS
Stromversorgung
power supply
PSA
Power Stack Adapter
power stack adapter
PTC
Positiver Temperaturkoeffizient
positive temperature coefficient
PTP
Punkt zu Punkt
point to point
PWE
Parameterwert
parameter value
PWM
Pulsweitenmodulation
pulse width modulation
PX
Leistungserweiterung
power extension
PZD
PROFIBUS Prozessdaten
profibus process data
Schnellinbetriebnahme
quick commissioning
r...
Beobachtungsparameter (nur lesbar)
display parameter (read only)
RAM
Speicher zum Lesen und Schreiben
random access memory
RCCB
Fehlerstrom-Schutzschalter
residual current circuit-breaker
RCD
Fehlerstrom-Schutzschalter
residual current device
Q
QC
R
RFG
Hochlaufgeber
ramp-function generator
RFI
Hochfrequenzstörung
radio frequency interference
RJ45
Norm. Beschreibt eine 8-polige
Steckverbindung mit Twisted-Pair
Ethernet.
standard. Describes an 8-pole plug
connector with twisted pair ethernet.
RKA
Rückkühlanlage
recooling system
RO
Nur lesbar
read only
ROM
Festwertspeicher
read-only memory
RPDO
Receive Process Data Object
receive process data object
RPM
Umdrehungen pro Minute
revolutions per minute
RS232
Serielle Schnittstelle
serial interface
RS485
Norm. Beschreibt die Physik einer
digitalen seriellen Schnittstelle.
standard. Describes the physical
characteristics of a digital serial
interface.
RTC
Echtzeituhr
real time clock
RTOS
Echtzeitbetriebssystem
real time operating system
S1
Dauerbetrieb
continuous operation
S3
Aussetzbetrieb
periodic duty
SBC
Sichere Bremsenansteuerung
safe brake control
SBH
Sicherer Betriebshalt
safe operating stop
SBR
Sichere Bremsrampe
safe braking ramp
S
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B.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviations
German
English
SBT
Sicherer Bremsentest
safe brake test
SCL
Skalierung
scale
SDI
Sichere Richtung
safe direction
SDP
Statusanzeigeeinheit
staus display unit
SE
Sicherer Software-Endschalter
safe software limit switch
SFC
Systemfunktion
System function
SG
Sicher reduzierte Geschwindigkeit
safely reduced speed
SGA
Sicherheitsgerichteter Ausgang
safety-related output
SGE
Sicherheitsgerichteter Eingang
safety-related input
SH
Sicherer Halt
safe standstill
SI
Safety Integrated
safety integrated
SIL
Sicherheitsintegritätsgrad
safety integrity level
SLI
Sicheres Schrittmaß
safely limited increment
SLM
Smart Line Module
smart line module
SLP
Sichere Endlage
safely limited position
SLS
Sicher begrenzte Geschwindigkeit
safely limited speed
SLVC
Geberlose Vektorregelung
sensorless vector control
SM
Sensor Module
sensor module
SMC
Sensor Module Cabinet
sensor module cabinet
SME
Sensor Module External
sensor module external
SN
Sicherer Software-Nocken
safe software cam
SOL
Serielle Verbindung als Option
serial option link
SOS
Sicherer Betriebshalt
safe operational stop
SPC
Sollwertkanal
setpoint channel
SPS
Speicherprogrammierbare Steuerung
programmable logic controller (plc)
SS1
Sicherer Stopp 1
safe stop 1
SSI
Synchron Serielle Schnittstelle
synchronous serial interface
SSM
Sichere Geschwindigkeitsanzeige n < nx safe speed monitoring n < nx
SSR
Sichere Bremsrampe
safe stop ramp
STO
Sicher abgeschaltetes Moment
safe torque off
STW
PROFIBUS Steuerwort
profibus control byte
STW
Steuerwort
control word
STX
Textanfang
text start
SVM
Raumvektormodulation
space vector modulation
TB
Terminal Board
terminal board
TIA
Totally Integrated Automation
totally integrated automation
TM
Terminal Module
terminal module
TN
Drehstromversorgungsnetz geerdet
grounded three-phase supply network
T
178
Tn
Nachstellzeit
integral time
TPDO
Transmit Process Data Object
transmit process data object
TT
Drehstromversorgungsnetz geerdet
grounded three-phase supply network
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Abbreviations
German
English
TTL
Transistor-Transistor-Logik
transistor-transistor-logic
U/f
Spannung/Frequenz
voltage/frequency
UL
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
underwriters laboratories inc.
USS
Universelle serielle Schnittstelle
universal serial interface
USV
Unterbrechungsfreie Stromversorgung
uninterruptible power supply
VC
Vektorregelung
vector control
Vdc
Zwischenkreisspannung
dc link voltage
VdcN
Teilzwischenkreisspannung negativ
partial dc link voltage negative
VdcP
Teilzwischenkreisspannung positiv
partial dc link voltage positive
VDE
Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker
association of german electrical
engineers
VDI
Verein Deutscher Ingenieure
association of german engineers
Vpp
Volt Spitze zu Spitze
volt peak to peak
VSM
Voltage Sensing Module
voltage sensing module
VT
Variables Drehmoment
variable torque
U
V
W
WEA
Wiedereinschaltautomatik
automatic restart
WZM
Werkzeugmaschine
machine tool
Erweiterbare Auszeichnungssprache
(Standardsprache für Web-Publishing
und Dokumentenmanagement)
extensible markup language
ZK
Zwischenkreis
dc link
ZSW
PROFIBUS Zustandswort
profibus status byte
X
XML
Z
ZSW
Zustandswort
status byte
ZUSW
Zusatz-Sollwert
supplementary setpoint
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Glossary
Duty cycle
Electrical machines run in one of the modes of operation described below. This results in the
machine being subjected to different thermal loads during a duty cycle (S1 to S9).
● S1: Continuous operation
● S2: Short-time operation
● S3: Intermittent operation without startup procedure
● S4: Intermittent operation with startup procedure
● S5: Intermittent operation with startup procedure and electrical braking
● S6: Continuous operation with intermittent load
● S7: Uninterrupted operation (with startup and electrical braking)
● S8: Uninterrupted operation with periodic speed variations
● S9: Uninterrupted operation with non-periodic load and speed variations
ET 200pro Distributed I/O System
The ET 200pro distributed I/O system is a highly modular and very flexible DP slave with
IP65 degree of protection.
The interface to the fieldbus is always provided by an IM 151 interface module.
Implementations vary from one application to the next.
Expectations
The monitoring functions in each monitoring channel work on the principle that a defined
status must prevail before each action is carried out and a specific acknowledgement must
follow each action. If these expectations of a monitoring channel are not fulfilled, the drive
coasts to a standstill (two-channel) and an appropriate message is output.
General installation guidelines
Safety-related motor starters and frequency converters can be operated in tandem
downstream of a module able to switch safe switch-off signals on the ET200 backplane bus.
The F switch supplies two switch-off signals, F0 and F1; the repair switch module F-RSM
only supplies F0.
The STARTER software can be used to assign switch-off signals at will if a different
application ID is selected for the frequency converters.
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Load groups
A load group contains a frequency converter with a power supply and all the frequency
converters located to the right of it as far as the next frequency converter/motor starter with a
power supply.
All ET 200pro FCs sharing one incoming power bus supply are referred to as a "load group".
A load group can differ from a potential group. An additional incoming power bus supply may
be needed within a group of frequency converters supplied by the same power module, in
order to avoid exceeding the rated operational current (aggregate current) of the terminal
modules. The aggregate current of the power bus must not exceed 50 A.
Monitoring cycle
The safety-related monitoring functions for the drives are executed cyclically in ms.
Monitoring parameters
Parameters which can only be monitored are identified by the prefix "r".
These parameters are used to display internal variables, e.g., statuses or actual values.
Examples of notation:
r0002
Monitoring parameter 2
r0052.3
Monitoring parameter 52, bit 03
r0947[2]
Monitoring parameter 947 index 2
r0964[0 ... 4]
Monitoring parameter 964 with 5 indices (indices 0 to 4)
Parameter attributes
In the parameter list, the header for each parameter shows all attributes and groups
associated with it.
Index
The index is used to define a parameter (e.g., P0013[20]) with a number of following
elements (in this case, 20). Each individual index is defined using a numerical value. In
relation to a parameter, this means that one indexed parameter can exhibit a number of
values. The values are addressed using the parameter number and index value (e.g.
P0013[0], P0013[1], P0013[2], P0013[3], P0013[4]). Indexed parameters are used, for
example, for:
● Drive data sets (DDS)
● Command data sets (CDS)
● Subfunctions
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BICO
The following types of interconnectable parameter are available. The function manual
contains a description of the BICO technology.
Table 12-15 BICO parameter attributes
BICO
Description
BI
Binector input
BO
Binector output
CI
Connector input
CO
Connector output
CO/BO
Connector output/Binector output
Changeable in
"P" parameters can only be changed dependent upon the status of the frequency converter.
The parameter value will not be applied unless the current status is listed in the
"changeable" parameter attribute. For example, the parameter for quick commissioning
P0010 with the attribute "CT" can only be changed in quick commissioning "C" or standby
status "T" and not in motor mode "U".
Table 12-16 Changeable parameter attributes
Status
Description
C
Quick commissioning
U
Running (drive running)
T
Drive ready to start
Data types
The data type associated with a parameter defines the widest possible range of values. Five
data types are used on the frequency converter. They represent either an unsigned integer
value (U16, U32) or a floating point value. The range of values is frequently limited by a
minimum and a maximum value (min., max.) or using variables associated with the
frequency converter/motor.
Table 12-17 Data type of parameter attributes
Data type
Description
U16
16-bit unsigned integer value
U32
32-bit unsigned integer value
I16
16-bit signed integer value
I32
32-bit signed integer value
Float
A simple-accuracy floating point value compliant with IEEE standard format
Max. range of values: -3.39e+38 – +3.39e+38
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Glossary
Unit
On the frequency converter, the units associated with a specific parameter contain the
physical variable (e.g., m, s, A). Variables are measurable properties/features of physical
objects, procedures and statuses; they are represented by the terms of a formula (e.g., V = 9
V).
Table 12-18 Data type of parameter attributes
Unit
Description
-
Without dimension
%
Percent
A
Ampere
V
Volt
Ohms
Ohms
us
Microseconds
ms
Milliseconds
s
Seconds
Hz
Hertz
kHz
Kilo Hertz
rpm
Revolutions per minute (rpm)
m/n
Meters per second
Nm
Newton meter
W
Watt
kW
Kilowatt
hp
Horse power
kWh
Kilowatt hours
°C
Degrees Centigrade
m
Meter
kg
Kilogram
°
Degrees (angular degrees)
Quick commissioning
This parameter attribute indicates whether the parameter is part of quick commissioning
(QC) (P0010 = 1).
Table 12-19 Quick commissioning parameter attributes
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QC
Description
No
The parameter is not part of quick commissioning.
Yes
The parameter is part of quick commissioning.
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Range of values
The range of values specified by the data type is limited by the minimum and maximum
value (min., max.) and by the variables associated with the frequency converter/motor. Quick
commissioning is dependent upon the parameters being set to default values. These values
(min., max., def.) are permanently stored in the frequency converter and cannot be changed
by the user.
Table 12-20 Range of values of parameter attributes
Range of values
Description
-
No value entered (e.g. "r-parameter")
Min
Minimum value
Max
Maximum value
Def
Default value
Data sets
You will find a more detailed description of the data sets in the corresponding section.
Table 12-21 Changeable parameter attributes
BICO
Description
CDS
Command data set
DDS
Drive data set
Potential groups
A potential group contains a power module and all modules located to the right of it as far as
an ET 200pro terminating module or the next power module.
Note
Frequency converters and motor starters can be operated together in the same potential
group.
Switch-off signal paths
The fail-safe frequency converter has two separate switch-off signal paths for the power
electronics. All switch-off signal paths are low active, thereby ensuring that the system is
always switched to a safe state if a component fails or in the event of an open circuit. If a
fault is detected on the switch-off signal paths, the frequency converter is passivated. In this
case, passivation cannot simply be acknowledged.
Two-channel monitoring structure
All the main safety-related hardware and software functions are implemented in two
independent monitoring channels (e.g., switch-off signal paths, data management, data
comparison).
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Glossary
Upload and download
Upload is understood to mean the saving of parameters from the EEPROM of a frequency
converter to a PC (using STARTER) or to an MMC. Download is understood to mean the
transferring of a parameter set saved on a PC or an MMC into the RAM or EEPROM
memory of a frequency converter.
Writable parameters
Parameters that can be written and displayed are identified by the prefix "P".
These parameters have a direct impact on the behavior of a function. Their values are
written to a non-volatile memory (EEPROM) if the corresponding option has been selected
(non-volatile data storage). Otherwise, these values are written to the processor's volatile
memory (RAM) and will be lost in the event of a power failure or restart.
Examples of the standard notation we always use in our manuals appear below.
Examples of notation:
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P0970
Parameter 970
P0748.1
Parameter 748, bit 01
P0819[1]
Parameter 819 index 1
P0013[0 ... 19]
Parameter 13 with 20 indices (indices 0 … 19)
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A
A&D Technical support, 8
America (Johnson City), 8
Asia/Pacific (Beijing), 8
Europe/Africa (Erlangen), 8
Online Service and support, 8
Ambient conditions
Frequency converter, 149
Application ID, 133
C
Characteristics
ET 200pro FC, 21
Classification of EMC behavior, 164
Commissioning
Motor terminal box, 80
Commissioning procedure using STARTER, 85
Communication, 33
Communication interfaces, 33
Configuration options, 24
Functions, 22
Installation, 21
Special features, 21
ET 200S FC frequency converter
Configuration options, 24
ET 200S FC frequency converters
Maximum expansion, 29
F
Fieldbus interface, 34
Frequency converter
Ambient conditions, 149
Functional ground (FE), 40
Functions
ET 200pro FC, 22
H
Hardware components, 57
I
Description
ET 200pro FC, 21
Description of technical design, 163
Diagnostics through LEDs, 140
Dimensional drawing of wide module rack, 38
IEC motor, 80
Installation
ET 200pro FC, 21
Integrating ET 200pro FC into SIMATIC S7, 57
Interfaces, 33
Fieldbus interface, 34
MMC slot, 35
Interfaces RS232 interface, 34
E
M
Electromagnetic compatibility, 163
Drive system in accordance with EN 61800-3, 167
In the industrial environment, 167
Typical applications, 169
EMC emitted interference, 165
EMC standards, 163
ET 200pro FC
Characteristics, 21
Description, 21
Maximum expansion, 37
ET 200S FC frequency converters, 29
Memory
External, 124
Internal, 124
MMC slot, 35
Motor cable, 153
Motor data identification, 87, 90
Multi-Media Card, 153
D
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Index
N
NEMA motor, 80
Download, 125
Supplementary conditions, 125
Upload, 125
O
Operational performance, 137
Optical cable, 153
P
Parameter change during operation, 138
Parameter change using STARTER, 86
Parameter transfer, 124
Fault codes, 131
Memory media, 124
Remedy for F00395, 131
With MMC, 126
With PC (STARTER), 129
With PLC, 130
Power jumper connector, 154
PTC interface, 35
R
Repairs, 19
Replacement of the frequency converter, 136
RS232 interface, 34
S
Safety notes
Transport and storage, 19
Sealing cap for power bus, 154
Self-certification, 163
SIMATIC S7 ET 200pro FC ~ integrating in, 57
Software components, 57
Special features
ET 200pro FC, 21
Standard commissioning
With MMC, 135
With STARTER, 135
Standards and directives, 170
STARTER projects, 86
Status display through LEDs, 30, 140
STEP 7, 57
T
Transfer of parameters
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