Siemens ET 7Y Series Specifications

Preface, Contents
SIMATIC
Product Overview
ET 200S
IM 151-7 CPU Interface Module
Getting Started
Addressing
ET 200S in the PROFIBUS
Network
Manual
ET 200S in the MPI Network
The following supplement is part of this documentation:
No.
Designation
Drawing number
Edition
1
2
Product information
Product information
A5E00385826-02
A5E00860829-01
11/2005
07/2006
DP Master Module
Commissioning and Diagnostics
Functions of the IM 151-7 CPU
Cycle and Response Times
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Technical Specifications
10
Changing over from the
IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0) to the
IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0)
11
Position of the IM 151-7 CPU in
the CPU Range
12
Glossary, Index
Edition 11/2003
1
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defined as persons who are authorized to commission, to ground and to tag circuits, equipment, and
systems in accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Correct Usage
Note the following:
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Warning
This device and its components may only be used for the applications described in the catalog or the
technical description, and only in connection with devices or components from other manufacturers which
have been approved or recommended by Siemens.
This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored, set up, and installed
correctly, and operated and maintained as recommended.
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Technical data subject to change.
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Purpose of the manual
This manual supplements the ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual. It
describes all the functions of the IM 151-7 CPU interface module. The manual
does not deal with general ET 200S functions. You will find these in the ET 200X
Distributed I/O System manual (see also the Section “Integration in the information
landscape”).
The information contained in this manual and in the ET 200S Distributed I/O
System manual will enable you to operate the ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU
interface module as an I slave on the PROFIBUS-DP or in an MPI network. The
master functionality in combination with the DP master module is also described.
Required level of knowledge
Knowledge of the field of automation engineering is required to understand the
manual.
Knowledge on how to use computers or other PC equipment (e.g. programming
devices) under the Windows 95/98/2000 and NT operating system is also required.
You should also be familiar with the STEP 7 basic software. Refer to the
”Programming with STEP 7 V5.x” manual.
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Scope of validity of the manual
This manual applies to the interface module IM 151-7 CPU with the order number
6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0 and to the DP master module with the order number
6ES7 138-4HA00-0AB0, as well as to the components of the ET 200S distributed I/O
system specified in the ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual.
This manual contains a description of the components that were valid at the time
the manual was published. We reserve the right to enclose a Product Information
bulletin containing up-to-date information about new components and new versions
of components.
NOTICE:
Changed Entry ID: 29863629
For IM 151-7 CPU with the order number 6ES7 151-7AA00-0AB0 and
IM 151-7 CPU FO with the order number 6ES7 151-7AB00-0AB0, please
download the corresponding manual, ET 200S Interface Module IM 151/CPU from
the Internet:
http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support
ID 2460607.
This manual is also availabe in the SIMATIC Manual Collection.
Changes compared to the previous version
The following changes/additions have been made since the previous version of the
manual:
The order number or, respectively, the documentation package’s packet
assembly has been changed (see also the section “Integration in the
information landscape”).
Minor changes have been made.
Standards, certificates and approvals
The ET 200S distributed I/O system is based on the IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1
standard.
The ET 200S distributed I/O system fulfills the requirements and criteria of IEC
61131, Part 2 and the requirements for obtaining the CE marking. The ET 200S
has certificates and approvals for CSA, UL, FM, and shipbuilding.
You will find detailed information on these standards, certificates and approvals in
the ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual.
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Position in the information landscape
The following list shows a summary of the documentation packages or manuals:
ET 200S Distributed I/O
System
ET 200S Motor Starters
6ES7151-1AA10-8xA01
Installing and wiring
the ET 200S
Commissioning and
diagnostics for the
ET 200S
Technical
specifications of the
IM151-1, digital and
analog electronic
modules
Installing and wiring
motor starters
Commissioning and
diagnostics for motor
starters
Technical
specifications of
motor starters
ET 200S interface module
IM151-7 CPU
6ES7151-1AB00-8xA01
Addressing of the
IM151-7 CPU
ET 200S with IM151-7
CPU in the PROFIBUS
network
Commissioning and
diagnostics for the
IM151-7 CPU
Order numbers for
Technical specifications
motor starters
of the IM151-7 CPU
Order numbers for
Automation system
S7-300, list of operations
the ET 200S
6ES7398-8AA10-8xN01
ET 200S
Process-Related
Functions
6ES7151-1AC00-8xA01
ET 200S Positioning
6ES7151-1AD00-8xA01
..
IM 151-7 CPU
...
Serial interface module ET
200S
1
1Count 24V/100kHz
1Count 5V/500kHz
1SSI
2PULSE
6ES7151-1AE00-8xA01
1STEP 5V/204kHz
1POS INC/Digital
1POS SSI/Digital
1POS INC/Analog
1POS SSI/Analog
1SI 3964/ASCII
1SI MODBUS/USS
x= language designation for order numbers
The documentation packages or manuals can only be ordered in the languages German and English. In addition, the languages French, Spanish and Italian are available in the Internet (see Service & Support in the Internet)
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Note
The ET 200S fail-safe modules manual is part of the S7 F Systems documentation
package.
Guide to the manual
You can quickly access specific information in the manual by using the following
aids:
At the start of the manual you will find a complete table of contents and a list of
the diagrams and tables that appear in the manual.
An overview of the contents of each section is provided in the left-hand column
on each page of each chapter.
Important technical terminology used in the manual is defined in the Glossary.
At the end of the manual you will find a comprehensive index enabling rapid
access to the information you are looking for.
Language designation for the order numbers of the manuals, e.g.
6ES7151-1AA00-8xA0
x = A = German, B = English
Special note
In addition to the ET 200S manuals, you will also need the manual for the DP
master used and the documentation for the configuration and programming
software used (see the list in Appendix A of the ET 200S Distributed I/O System
manual).
Note
You will find a detailed list of the contents of the ET 200S manuals in Section 1.2
of this manual.
We recommend that you begin by reading this section so as to find out which parts
of which manuals are most relevant to you in helping you to do what you want to
do.
Recycling and disposal
The components of the IM 151-7 CPU contain very few harmful substances which
means that the unit can be recycled.
To ensure environment-friendly recycling and disposal of old equipment, contact an
officially approved disposal company that deals with electronics scrap.
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Additional support
Please contact your local Siemens representative if you have any queries about
the products described in this manual.
http://www.siemens.com/automation/partner
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We offer training courses to help familiarize you with the ET 200S distributed I/O
system and the SIMATIC S7 programmable controller. Please contact your local
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the newsletter, which constantly supplies you with the latest information on your
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a search function in Service & Support to help you find the documents you need
a forum in which users and specialists can exchange their experiences
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Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1.1
What is the IM 151-7 CPU interface module? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
1.2
Guide to the ET 200S manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-5
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
2.1
1st step: Installing the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S) and S7-300 . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
2.2
2nd step: Wiring the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S) and S7-300 . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-4
2.3
3rd step: Commissioning the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-6
2.4
4ht step: Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU for stand-alone operation (MPI)
2-7
2.5
5th step: Programming the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-9
2.6
6th step: Test Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-10
2.7
7th step: Upgrading the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave and commissioning
3
the S7-300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.8
2-12
9th step: Programming the IM 151-7 CPU and the
S7-300 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-16
10th step: Commissioning and test run of the IM 151-7 CPU and S7-300
2-19
Addressing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
3.1
Slot-Oriented Addressing of the I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
3.2
User-oriented addressing of the I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-4
3.3
Data interchanger with the DP Master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
3.4
Accessing the intermediate memory in the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-7
ET 200S in the PROFIBUS Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
4.1
ET 200S in the PROFIBUS network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
4.2
Network components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-6
4.3
PROFIBUS address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-8
4.4
Functions via the PD/OP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-9
4.5
Direct communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-12
ET 200S in the MPI Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5.1
ET 200S in the MPI network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
5.2
MPI address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-3
2.10
5
6
8th step: Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave and the S7-300
as a DP master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.9
4
2-11
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DP Master Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6.1
Mounting the DP master module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
6.2
Commissioning the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
Commissioning and Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
7.1
Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-2
7.2
Resetting the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-4
7.3
Commissioning and startup of the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave . . . . . . . .
7-7
7.4
Diagnostics using LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-9
7.5
Diagnostics via diagnostic address with STEP 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-12
7.6
7.6.1
7.6.2
7.6.3
7.6.4
7.6.5
7.6.6
Slave diagnostics with IM 151-7 CPU used as an intelligent slave . . . . . .
Station status 1 to 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Master PROFIBUS address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manufacturer ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interrupt status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-15
7-16
7-18
7-18
7-19
7-20
7-22
7.7
7.7.1
Diagnostic data of the electronic modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Evaluating diagnostic data of the electronic modules in the user
program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure and content of the diagnostic data bytes 0 to 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Channel-specific diagnostic data from byte 8 onwards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example: ET 200S module: 2 AI U (6ES7 134-4FB00-0AB0) each
with diagnostics for channel 0 and 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-25
7-25
7-27
7-29
Functions of the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-1
8.1
Data for the PROFIBUS-DP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-2
8.2
The mode selector and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-4
8.3
SIMATIC Micro Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-6
8.4
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.4.3
8.4.4
8.4.5
Memory concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory areas of the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Address areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handling data in DBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing/download entire projects on/from Micro Memory Cards . . . . . . . .
8-12
8-12
8-15
8-20
8-23
8-25
8.5
Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-26
8.6
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-28
8.7
S7 connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-29
8.8
Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-34
8.9
Routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-38
8.10
Data consistency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-41
8.11
Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-42
8.12
Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-44
8.13
Parameterization of the reference junction for the connection
7.7.2
7.7.3
7.7.4
9
of thermocouples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.14
Removal and insertion of modules during operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-48
8.15
Switching power modules off and on during operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-51
Cycle and Response Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-1
9.1
Cycle time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-2
9.2
Response time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-5
9.3
Interrupt response time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-8
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10-1
10.1
Technical specifications of the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10-2
Changing IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7Ax00..) to IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-1
Position of the IM 151-7 CPU in the CPU Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12-1
12.1
Differences to selected S7-300 CPUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12-2
12.2
Porting the user program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12-3
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Glossary-1
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figures
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View of the ET 200S distributed I/O system with the IM 151-7 CPU
and the DP master module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Components and the manuals required for them . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Components and the manuals required for them (continued) . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Illustration showing the S7-300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the default address area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slots on the ET 200S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example of address assignment for I/O modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the address area for user-oriented addressing . . . . . . . . . . . .
Principles of data transfer between the DP master and the ET 200S
with the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example of a PROFIBUS network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the mode of the DP interface at the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . .
The PD/OP accesses the ET 200S via the DP interface in the
DP master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The PD directly accesses the ET 200S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the DP network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Principle behind forcing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Direct communication with the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example of an MPI network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example of the structure with the IM 151-7 CPU acting as the
DP master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting the DP master module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to use the mode selector to reset the memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostic addresses for the DP master and ET 200S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Format of the slave diagnostic data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the module diagnosis for the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the module status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the interrupt status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Byte y+4 to y+7 for the diagnostic interrupt (changed operating
status of the intelligent slave) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Byte y+4 to y+7 for diagnostic interrupt (SFB 75) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the diagnostic data using a 4 channel mixed module
as an example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bytes 0 and 1 of the diagnostic data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bytes 4 to 7 of the diagnostic data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Single fault of a channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Position of the memory card slot for the MMC on the IM 151-7 CPU . . . .
Memory areas of the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load and working memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Processing steps within a cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handling recipe data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handling measured value archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Routing gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Routing – TeleService application example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example of a parameterization dialog box for the CPU module
parameters in STEP 7 V5.2 + SP1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Component parts of the cycle time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shortest response time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Longest response time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic circuit diagram for the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example: FB with unpacked addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Example: Rewiring the signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Tables
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7-3
7-4
7-5
7-6
7-7
7-8
7-9
7-10
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8-4
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8-19
8-20
8-21
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Limitations in the use of ET 200S modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Topics of the manuals in the ET 200S manual package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addresses of the ET 200S I/O modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the address areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addressing interface in STEP 7 V5.1 (extract) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Behavior of the IM 151-7 CPU depending on the DP interface setting . . .
Network components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Event recognition of the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ways to reset the memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal CPU events at memory resetting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED display for PROFIBUS-DP (IM 151-7 CPU is an I slave) . . . . . . . . . .
LED display for PROFIBUS-DP (IM 151-7 CPU is a master) . . . . . . . . . .
Responses to operating mode changes and interruptions in user data
transfer in the DP master and the ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU
as an I slave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Evaluation of RUN-STOP transitions in the DP master/ ET 200S with
IM 151-7 CPU as the I slave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of station status 1 (byte 0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of station status 2 (byte 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of station status 3 (byte 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the master PROFIBUS address (byte 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure of the manufacturer identification (bytes 4 and 5) . . . . . . . . . . . .
Identifiers of the module classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attributes from the device database (DDB) file . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positions of the mode selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LEDs for CPU functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Available MMCs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Firmware update with MMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Backing up the operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retentive behavior of the memory objects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retentive behavior of the DBs in IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Address areas of the system memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecdevices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Features of the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Distribution of the S7 connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Availability of the S7 connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communication utilities of the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GD resources of the IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of the blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter blocks, setparameters and their ranges for the
IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameterization of the reference junction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Result of the preset/actual comparison in modules that cannot be
parameterized . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Result of the preset/actual comparison in the case of parameterizable
modules with the power module switched on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Result of the preset/actual comparison in the case of parameterizable
modules with the power module switched off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating system processing time in the scan cycle checkpoint . . . . . . . .
Process image updating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dependency of the user program scanning time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Extending the cycle by nesting interrupts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interrupt response times of the IM 151-7 CPU (without communication) .
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Terminal assignment for the interface module IM 151-7 CPU . . . . . . . . . .
Pin assignment of the DP master module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Differences to selected S7-300 CPUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Product Overview
In this chapter
The product overview provides information about
The role of the IM 151-7 CPU interface module within the ET 200S distributed
I/O system.
Which manuals in the ET 200S manual package contain what information.
Chapter overview
In
Section
Contents
Page
1.1
What is the IM 151-7 CPU interface module?
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1.2
Guide to the ET 200S manuals
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What is the IM 151-7 CPU interface module?
What is the IM 151-7 CPU?
The IM 151-7 CPU is a component of the ET 200S distributed I/O system with
degree of protection IP 20. The IM 151-7 CPU interface module is an ”intelligent
pre-processing unit” (I slave). It enables you to decentralize control tasks.
An ET 200S with an IM 151-7 CPU can therefore exercise full and, if necessary,
independent control over a process-related functional unit and can be used as a
stand-alone CPU. The IM 151-7 CPU also features DP master functionality in
combination with the DP master module. The use of the IM 151-7 CPU leads to
further modularization and standardization of process-related functional units and
simple, clear machine concepts.
How is the IM 151-7 CPU integrated in the ET 200S?
The IM 151-7 CPU interface module is integrated in the ET 200S in the same way
as any other module. In other words, its configuration concept, installation and
expansion capability are the same.
Limitations in the use of ET 200S modules
The following modules can be used with the IM 151-7 CPU as of the version
specified here:
Table 1-1
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Limitations in the use of ET 200S modules
Module
Order number
As of product
version
Product
release
1COUNT 24V/100kHz
6ES7 138-4DA03-0AB0
01
07/2002
1COUNT 5V/500kHz
6ES7 138-4DE01-0AB0
01
07/2002
1SSI
6ES7 138-4DB01-0AB0
01
07/2002
EM 1STEP 5V/204kHz 6ES7 138-4DC00-0AB0
04
04/2001
1 SI 3964/ASCII
6ES7 138-4DF00-0AB0
02
08/2000
1SI MODBUS/USS
6ES7 138-4DF10-0AB0
02
06/2002
2AI U HF
6ES7 134-4LB00-0AB0
03
03/2001
2AI I 2/4WIRE HF
6ES7 134-4MB00-0AB0
02
02/2000
2AO U HF
6ES7 135-4LB01-0AB0
01
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View
The figure below shows a sample configuration of an ET 200S with an
IM 151-7 CPU.
Interface module
IM 151-7 CPU
PM-E power module
for electronic modules
DP master module
TM-P terminal
modules for
power modules
Power module for the
PM-D motor starter
Electronic modules
Reversing starter
Direct-on-line starter Terminating module
TM-E terminal
modules for electronic modules
Power bus
Figure 1-1
View of the ET 200S distributed I/O system with the IM 151-7 CPU and the DP master
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Features of the IM 151-7 CPU compared to other modules
The IM 151-7 CPU interface module has the following special features:
The interface has PLC functionality (integrated CPU component with 48 kByte
working memory).
The interface module can only be operated with fitted load memory (MMC).
The interface module can be enhanced with up to 63 I/O modules from the
ET 200S range.
The interface module has a mode selector with positions for RUN, STOP and
MRES.
There are 6 LEDs on the front of the interface module to indicate the following:
– ET 200S faults (SF)
– Bus faults (BF)
– Supply voltage for electronic components (ON)
– Force requests (FRCE)
– Operating mode of the IM 151-7 CPU (RUN and STOP)
Connection to the PROFIBUS-DP via RS 485
In combination with the DP master module, the IM 151-7 CPU can be used as a
DP master.
How is the ET 200S configured with the IM 151-7 CPU?
To configure the ET 200S with IM 151-7 CPU (configuration and parameterization),
you will need the configuration software STEP 7
as of V5.1 + Service Pack 4 for IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave
as of V5.2 + Service Pack 1 for DP master functionality
(IM 151-7 CPU with DP master module)
How to configure the ET 200S with IM 151-7 CPU is described in Chapters 7.1 and
6.2 of this manual.
How is the IM 151-7 CPU programmed?
To program the IM 151-7 CPU, you will need the configuration software STEP 7
as of V5.1 + Service Pack 4 for IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave
as of V5.2 + Service Pack 1 for DP master functionality
(IM 151-7 CPU with DP master module)
The Instruction list contains the STEP 7 instruction set for programming the
IM 151-7 CPU.
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Guide to the ET 200S manuals
They utilize the following components ...
The components of ET 200S are described in various manuals. They are parts of
various documentation packages. The figure below shows possible configuration
variants of the ET 200S and the necessary manuals in the documentation
packages.
Figure 1-2
2 AO
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
2 AO
1PosInc/Analog
ET 200S Distributed
I/O System
+
ET 200S Process-Related Functions
Modbus/USS
2PULSE
2 AI
Order numbers for
the necessary documentation pakkages or manuals
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
1PosInc/Digital
1SSI
You will require the information contained in the following manuals:
ET 200S Distributed
I/O System
2 AI
2 AI
2DO
2DO
2DO
2DO
2DO
PM-E
PM-E
PM-E
PM-E
PM-E
IM151-7
CPU
IM151-1
IM151-1
IM151-1
IM151-1
The ET 200S consists of the
following components:
ET 200S Distributed
I/O System
+
ET 200S Positioning
ET 200S Distributed
I/O System
+
ET 200S Serial Interface
Module
ET 200S Distributed
I/O System
+
IM151-7/CPU Interface Module
6ES7 151-1AC00-8xA0
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
6ES7 151-1AD00-8xA0
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
6ES7 151-1AE00-8xA0
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
6ES7 151-1AB00-8xA0
Components and the manuals required for them
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M
DS
PM-D
2 AO
2DO
IM 151
PM-E
IM151-1
The ET 200S consists of the
following components:
Order numbers for
the necessary documentation pakkages or manuals
You will require the information contained in
the following manuals:
DS
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
ET 200S Distributed
I/O System
+
ET 200S Motor Starters
F-DO
F-DI
PM-E
2DO
2DO
PM-E
IM151-1
ET 200S Safety-Integrated SIGUARD System
ET 200S Distributed I/O
System
+
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
ET 200S Distributed I/O System, Fail-Safe Modules manual in the
PM-D F PROFIsafe
F DI
F DO
PM-E
IM151-1
documentation packages:
F-DS 1 e-x
F-DS 1e-x
S7 F Systems and
6ES7 988-8FA10-8xA0
S7 Distributed Safety
6ES7 988-8FB10-8xA0
ET 200S Distributed I/O
System
+
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
ET 200S Distributed I/O System, Fail-Safe Modules manual in the
documentation packages:
S7 F Systems and
6ES7 988-8FA10-8xA0
S7 Distributed Safety
+
ET 200S Motor Starters
6ES7 988-8FB10-8xA0
6ES7 151-1AA10-8xA0
Fail-Safe Motor Starters
Safety-Integrated SIGUARD
Figure 1-3
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Components and the manuals required for them (continued)
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Where do you find what information?
The following table will help you find the information you require quickly. It tells you
which manual you need to refer to and which section deals with the topic you are
interested in.
Table 1-2
Topics of the manuals in the ET 200S manual package
Safety-integrated
System description
Distributed I/O System
ET 200S fail-safe modules
Serial interface
Module ET 200S
Positioning
ET 2200S
Technological
Functions ET 200S
Interface Module
IM 151-7 CPU
ET 200S Motor Starter
Fail-Safe Motor Starter
Distributed I/O
System ET 200S
Description
S7 Distributed Safety
Configuring and programming
Manual
ET 200S components
1
1
1
2
2
2
Configuration
possibilities
1
3
4
3
3
1
Communication
Configuration
4
3
Addressing
Installation
2
2
Electrical configuration
and wiring of the ET
200S
3
4
5
5
6
6
Functions
General technical
specifications
Power modules
8
5
7
5
4
7
Technical specifications
Terminal modules
3
5
Programming
Commissioning and
diagnostics
7
8
6
5, 9,
11
9
6, 9-11
10
Direct starters and soft
starters
7
Reversible starters
8
Safety-integrated
9
2-5
2
2,3
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Interface module
Electronic modules
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Product Overview
Table 1-2
Topics of the manuals in the ET 200S manual package
Positioning module
Safety-integrated
System description
Distributed I/O System
ET 200S fail-safe modules
Serial interface
Module ET 200S
Positioning
ET 2200S
Technological
Functions ET 200S
Interface Module
IM 151-7 CPU
ET 200S Motor Starter
Fail-Safe Motor Starter
Distributed I/O
System ET 200S
Description
S7 Distributed Safety
Configuring and programming
Manual
3-6
Expansion module
10
Fail-safe modules
11
9
Monitoring, cycle and
reaction times
7
12
Order numbers
A
A
11
Dimension drawings
B
B
10
Applications
C
Glossary
Gl
Gl
Gl
13
9
10
9
The frame for configuration and parameter assignment for the IM 151-7 CPU can be found on the Internet at
http://www.ad.siemens.de/simatic-cs
ET 200S fail-safe modules
You can find the ET 200S Distributed I/O System, Fail-Safe Modules manual
in the S7 F Systems (order number 6ES7 988-8FA10-8xA0) documentation
package and in the S7 Distributed Safety documentation package (order number
6ES7 988-8FB10-8xA0).
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Getting Started
Introduction
This guide takes you through the 10 commissioning steps required to set up a
functioning IM 151-7 CPU application by running through a concrete example. In
this way, you will get to know the basic functions of your IM 151-7 CPU for the
following:
Hardware and software
Stand-alone operation (MPI)
Intelligent DP slave (PROFIBUS-DP)
Prerequisites
You must be familiar with the fundamentals of electronic/electrical engineering and
have experience of working with computers and Microsoft Windows
95/98/NT/2000.
!
Danger
The IM 151-7 CPU, the ET 200S and the S7-300 are used in installations and
systems that require you to comply with specific rules and regulations that vary
depending on the application.
Please note the relevant safety and accident prevention regulations, such as
IEC 204 (emergency stop systems).
Non-compliance with these regulations can result in serious injury and damage to
both machinery and equipment.
Chapter overview
In
Section
Contents
2.1
1st step:
2.2
2nd step: Wiring the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S) and S7-300
2-4
2.3
3rd step:
Commissioning the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S)
2-6
2.4
4th step:
Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU for stand-alone operation
(MPI)
2-7
2.5
5th step:
Programming the IM 151-7 CPU
2-9
2.6
6th step:
Test Run
2-10
2.7
7th step:
Changing the IM 151-7 CPU to an I slave and
commissioning of the S7-300
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2-3
2-1
Getting Started
In
Section
Contents
Page
2.8
8th step:
Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave and the
S7-300 as a DP master
2-12
2.9
9th step:
Programming the IM 151-7 CPU and the S7-300-CPU
2-16
2.10
10th step: Commissioning and test run of the IM 151-7 CPU and
S7-300
2-19
Required material and tools
Quantity
Article
Order number (SIEMENS)
1
S7-300 system, consisting of power supply (PS), CPU with
DP interface (here: CPU 315 2-DP), digital input module (DI)
in slot 4 and digital output module (DO) in slot 5, incl.
mounting rail, bus connectors and cabling
various
1
Power supply (PS), e.g. PS 307 with power connection cable
(optional)
e.g. 6ES7 307-1EA00-0AA0
1
IM 151-7 CPU with terminating module
e.g. 6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0
1
SIMATIC Micro Memory Card (MMC)
e.g. 6ES7 953-8LL00-0AA0
1
Power module (PM)
e.g. 6ES7 138-4CA00-0AA0
1
Digital input module (DI)
e.g. 6ES7 131-4BD00-0AA0
1
Digital output module (DO)
e.g. 6ES7 132-4BD00-0AA0
1
Terminal module (TM) for the PM
e.g. 6ES7 193-4CC30-0AA0
2
Terminal modules for DI and DO
e.g. 6ES7 193-4CB30-0AA0
1
Mounting rail for the ET 200S
various
Programming device (PD) with PROFIBUS-DP interface,
installed software STEP 7 Version ≥ 5.1 and PD cable (up to
1.5 MBit/s)
various
1
PROFIBUS-DP cable
various
1
Screwdriver with tip width 3 mm
commercially available
1
Screwdriver with tip width 4.5 mm
commercially available
1
Diagonal cutting pliers and tools for wire stripping
commercially available
1
Tool for pressing on wire end ferrules
commercially available
approx.
2m
Stranded wire with 1 mm2 cross section with appropriate wire
end ferrules, type A, length 6 mm and 12 mm
commercially available
4
1-pin ON button (24 V)
commercially available
1
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2.1
1st step: Installing the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S) and
S7-300
Sequence
Description
1
Install the S7-300 as described in Installation Manual for Automation System S7-300, Setting
Up.
2
If you want to operate the IM 151-7 CPU using a dedicated power supply, hang the PS in the
mounting rail of the S7-300 and push in until it engages.
3
Hang the IM 151-7 CPU in the mounting rail and push in until it engages.
4
Hang the TM for the PM in the mounting rail to the right of the IM 151-7 CPU and push in until
it engages.
5
Push the TM to the left until it engages audibly in the IM 151-7 CPU.
6
Repeat points 3 and 4 for two TMs for the electronics modules and finally for the terminating
module (does not engage in the mounting rail).
7
Push the PM into the appropriate TM until it engages.
8
Push the DI into the free TM on the left until it engages.
9
Push the DO into the last free TM until it engages.
10
Insert the micro memory card into the IM 151-7 CPU (must be installed otherwise the system
will not work). A micro memory card with unknown content should be erased beforehand at the
programming device.
SF
BF
ON
FRCE
RUN
STOP
Figure 2-1
Installing the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S)
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2.2
2nd step: Wiring the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S) and S7-300
Sequence
Description
1
Wire the S7-300 as described in Installation Manual for Automation System S7-300, Setting
Up.
2
Lengthen the connections for each of the 4 buttons using a cable. Strip 6 mm of insulation
from the free cable ends and cap the ends with wire end ferrules.
3
At the DI of the S7-300, connect each of the inputs 1.1 (terminal 13) and 1.2 (terminal 14) to
L+ on the PS of the S7-300 using a button.
4
Connect the two remaining 1-pin buttons to the DI of the ET 200S as follows:
connect one button to terminals 1 and 3
connect the other button to terminals 5 and 7
Note regarding spring terminals
Releasing the spring of a connection: Insert a screwdriver with 3 mm tip as far as it will go into
the upper round hole of the terminal, pulling the screwdriver handle upwards slightly if
necessary. A free cable end can then be inserted into the square hole below. Pull the
screwdriver back out again and check that the cable is fitted securely.
5
Wire terminal 2 on the TM of the PM to L+ of the PS and terminal 3 on the TM of the PM to M
of the PS. The ends of the cables to be connected must be stripped by 11 mm and capped
with wire end ferrules.
6
Wire terminal 1L+ of the IM 151-7 CPU to L+ of the PS and terminal 1M of the IM 151-7 CPU
to M of the PS.
Note
The ends of the cables to be connected must be stripped by 11 mm and capped with wire
end ferrules.
The PS of the S7-300 can also be used to supply power to the IM 151-7 CPU and to the
PM.
7
Connect the PD and IM 151-7 CPU to the PD cable and tighten all connectors.
8
Connect the PS of the ET 200S, the PS of the S7-300 and the PD to the mains power supply
system.
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Illustration showing the S7-300 (the power supply wiring for the DI and DO is not
shown; the PD is connected to the S7-300)
Powersupply
ON/OFF
Switch for setting
system voltage
Clamp for
strain relief
Figure 2-2
Mode selector switch
Power connector
Switches
Profile rail
Programming device
with STEP 7 Software
Programming device cable
Illustration showing the S7-300
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2.3
3rd step: Commissioning the IM 151-7 CPU (ET 200S)
Note
On initial commissioning (condition when supplied) of the ET 200S, the CPU
can be accessed using the MPI address 2, HSA 31 and 187.5 kBaud.
Sequence
Description
1
Switch on the PS of the IM 151-7 CPU.
Result:
The 24 VDC LED lights up on the PS.
The PWR and SF LEDs light up on the PM.
All LEDs light up on the IM 151-7 CPU, the SF, BF, FRCE and RUN LEDs go out again and
the STOP LED starts to flash rapidly. The IM 151-7 CPU performs a memory reset.
2
Then press the two buttons which are connected to the DI module. The 1 LED lights up when
the buttons at terminal 1 and 3 are pressed.
The 5 LED lights up when the buttons at terminal 5 and 7 are pressed.
3
Switch on your PD and start the SIMATIC Manager on the Windows Desktop.
4a
In the main menu of the SIMATIC Manager, click on Tools and select the menu item Set
PD/PC Interface. Configure the PD/PC interface as follows:
4b
Note: The communication processor may have a different name on your PD. It is important to
make sure that the MPI version is set.
5
2-6
Confirm the settings with OK and close the ”Set PD/PC Interface” program.
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2.4
4ht step: Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU for stand-alone
operation (MPI)
Sequence
Action
Result
1
Does the wizard for a new project appear in the
SIMATIC Manager?
If yes: Close the wizard because the
IM 151-7 CPU is not supported by the
project wizard.
If no: Proceed to point 2
2
In the main menu of the SIMATIC Manager,
navigate to File and select the menu item New.
A new project is created and opened.
Enter ”Getting Started” as the project name and
click on the OK button.
3
Navigate to Insert and select the menu item
Station.
In the list, click on: SIMATIC 300 Station.
4
Rename this station to ”ET 200S”
5
In the SIMATIC Manager, navigate to ET 200S
Station.
”SIMATIC 300(1)” is renamed to ”ET 200S”.
Double-click on the Hardware symbol in the
right-hand part of the window to open the Editor
used to edit the hardware configuration.
6
If no catalog is shown in the right-hand part of
the window, activate it by selecting the
command Catalog in the View menu.
In the catalog, navigate through PROFIBUS-DP
to ET 200S.
Drag the IM 151-7 CPU whose order number
matches the order number on your
IM 151-7 CPU, and drop it into the top left-hand
window. By default, the IM 151-7 CPU is
integrated as a stand-alone CPU (MPI/not
networked).
Note:
You can find out the order number in the
catalog by clicking on an IM 151-7 CPU in the
catalog. The order number of this
IM 151-7 CPU then appears in the field below
the catalog.
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Sequence
Action
7
Navigate through the appropriate
IM 151-7 CPU to PM.
Result
Drag the PM whose order number matches the
order number on your PM, and drop it onto
slot 4.
8
Repeat point 8 for the DI (slot 5) and DO (slot 6)
9
Select the command Save and compile in the
Station menu.
The hardware configuration is compiled and
saved
10
Download the configuration to the
IM 151-7 CPU by means of the MPI and close
the Hardware Editor.
The configuration is downloaded and a
symbol for the IM 151-7 CPU appears in the
right-hand part of the SIMATIC Manager
window.
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2.5
5th step: Programming the IM 151-7 CPU
Sequence
Action
1
In the SIMATIC Manager, navigate through
IM151-7 CPU and S7 Program to the Blocks
container.
2
Double-click on the OB 1 symbol in the
right-hand part of the window.
The LAD/FBD/STL Editor used to edit the
OB 1 block opens.
3
In the LAD/FBD/STL Editor, select the LAD
command in the View menu to switch over to
the LAD programming language.
A current path is displayed in Network 1.
4
Click on the horizontal line of the current path.
The line is highlighted.
5
In the toolbar, click on the –||– symbol (NO
contact) twice and then on the –( ) symbol (coil)
once.
The symbols are inserted into the current
path.
6
Click on the red question mark at the left-hand
NO contact in the current path.
The NO contact is highlighted and a text
input box with a cursor appears in place of
the question mark.
7
Enter E1.0 and press Return.
The left-hand NO contact is given the name
E1.0.
8
Enter E1.1 and press Return.
The right-hand NO contact is given the
name E1.1.
Enter A2.0 and press Return.
9
Close the Editor and answer the Save prompt
with Yes.
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The coil is given the name A2.0.
The Editor is closed and OB 1 is saved.
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2.6
6th step: Test Run
Sequence
Action
Result
1
In the SIMATIC Manager, click on Blocks in the
left-hand part of the window.
Blocks is highlighted.
2
Right-click in the right-hand part of the window
and insert an empty organization block with the
name OB 82 into the block container.
The blocks OB82 and OB86 appear next to
the block OB 1.
This block ensures that the S7-300-CPU is
started even if the IM 151-7 CPU signals a
diagnostic fault.
Generate OB 86 in the same way.
Note:
OB 86 only becomes relevant in DP slave
operation.
3
Select the block container in the left-hand side
of the window again.
In the PLC menu, select the Load command to
transfer the program and the hardware
configuration to the IM 151-7 CPU.
Confirm all windows that appear with Yes.
The program and configuration are
downloaded from the PD to the
IM 151-7 CPU.
4
Set the mode selector on the IM 151-7 CPU to
RUN.
The STOP LED goes out. The RUN LED
starts to flash and then remains lit.
5
Press the two buttons alternately.
The LEDs of inputs E1.0 and E1.2 light up
alternately.
The LED of output 2.0 does not light up.
6
Press the two buttons simultaneously.
The LEDs of inputs E1.0 and E1.2
(1 and 5 LED of the DI) light up
simultaneously.
The LED of output 2.0 (1 LED of the DO)
lights up since the two buttons have been
linked in the program by means of an AND
function (= series connection) and assigned
to output A2.0.
A connected actuator or display element
would then be activated.
7
2-10
Switch the mode selector of the IM 151-7 CPU
to STOP and switch off the PS of the
IM 151-7 CPU.
All LEDs go out.
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2.7
7th step: Upgrading the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave and
commissioning the S7-300
Sequence
Description
1
Remove the connector of the PD cable from the IM 151-7 CPU.
2a
Start the Set PD/PC Interface program as described under step 3, point 4. Change the
configuration of the PD/PC interface as follows:
2b
3
Confirm the settings with OK and close the ”Set PD/PC Interface” program.
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2.8
8th step: Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave and
the S7-300 as a DP master
Change the configuration of the IM 151-7 CPU as follows:
Sequence
Action
Result
1
Start the Hardware Configuration program for
the IM 151-7 CPU as described in step 4.
The Editor used to edit the hardware
configuration opens.
2
In the Properties – MPI/DP menu, select the
interface type PROFIBUS.
3
The Properties – PROFIBUS Interface
MPI/DP window then opens.
Set the slave address to 4.
Click on the New button;
the New Subnet PROFIBUS window then
opens.
4
Check the settings in the Properties – New
Subnet PROFIBUS window and confirm with
OK.
5
Select the command Save and compile in the
Station menu.
The hardware configuration is compiled and
saved.
6
Download the configuration to the
IM 151-7 CPU by means of the MPI and close
the Hardware Editor.
The ET 200S now has the DP address 4; the
Editor is closed.
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Configure the S7-300-CPU as follows:
Sequence
Action
Result
1
In the SIMATIC Manager, select the project
Getting Started in the left-hand part of the
window.
2
Insert the new S7-300 station into the project as
described in step 4, point 3.
3
In the SIMATIC Manager, click on the S7-300(1)
station in the left-hand part of the window.
The Hardware symbol appears in the
right-hand part of the window.
4
Double-click on the Hardware symbol in the
right-hand part of the window.
The Editor used to edit the hardware
opens.
5
If no catalog is shown in the right-hand part of the
window, activate it by selecting the command
Catalog in the View menu.
In the catalog, navigate through SIMATIC 300 to
Rack 300.
Drag and drop a mounting rail into the top
left-hand window.
6
Insert the PS whose order number matches the
Configuration example (may differ from
your configuration):
order number of your PS, at slot 1 as described
in step 4. Repeat for the S7-300-CPU (slot 2), the
S7-300-DI (slot 4) and the S7-300-DO (slot 5).
Note:
A window appears when the S7-300-CPU is
inserted. In this window, select ”PROFIBUS
Network” and set the address to 2.
Confirm with OK.
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Sequence
Action
7
In the bottom left-hand part of the Hardware
Result
Configuration Program window, double-click
on CPU 315-2 DP (line 2).
In the window that then appears, click on the
Properties button on the General tab.
In the ”MPI Network” window that then
appears, check whether the address is set to
2. If not, set the address.
Confirm with OK.
8
In the catalog, navigate through PROFIBUS-DP to Configured Stations.
Drag and drop the ET 200S/CPU onto the PROFIBUS Master System.
9
2-14
In the window that then appears, click on the Interconnect button. The Properties – MPI/DP
window appears.
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Sequence
Action
10
In the window from point 9, click on the Edit
button and complete the form for line 1 as shown
in the illustration. Then confirm with OK.
Result
Then click on the second line in the Properties –
MPI/DP window and complete the form for line 2
as shown in the illustration. Then confirm with
OK.
11
Select the command Save and compile in the
Station menu.
The hardware configuration is compiled
and saved.
12
Connect the PD to the MPI interface of the
S7-300-CPU using a PD cable. Download the
configuration to the CPU.
The hardware configuration is loaded.
The Editor is closed.
Close the Hardware Editor.
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2.9
9th step: Programming the IM 151-7 CPU and the
S7-300 CPU
Sequence
Action
Result
1
In the SIMATIC Manager, navigate to the
block container of the ET 200S.
The LAD/FBD/STL Editor used to edit the
OB 1 block opens.
Double-click on the OB1 symbol in the
right-hand part of the window.
2
Complete OB 1 of the IM 151-7 CPU as follows:
1
The PQB12 of the S7-300-CPU is checked by means of MB12-PIB128
3
In the SIMATIC Manager, navigate to the
block container of the S7-300.
The LAD/FBD/STL Editor used to edit the
OB 1 block opens.
Double-click on the OB1 symbol in the
right-hand part of the window.
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Sequence
Action
Result
4
Complete the OB 1 of the S7-300 CPU as follows:
1
How it Works: The status of the button connected to E1.1 of the S7-300 is
checked and stored temporarily in the memory marker M13.0. The entire memory
byte MB13 is transferred to the peripheral output byte PQB12. In step 8 –
Configuring the S7-300 (point 10) of the hardware configuration, you made settings
to assign the area from PQW12 to PQW44 of the S7-300 CPU to the area from
PIW128 to PIW160 of the IM 151-7 CPU.
In the program of the IM, PIB128 is transferred into memory byte MB12. The
memory marker M12.0 finally actuates the output A2.1.
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This results in the following communication paths:
S7-300
I1.1
A5.0
2-18
M13.0
MB13
MB12
M12.1
IM 151-7 CPU
PQB12
PQW12
PIW12
PIB12
PIW128
PIB128
MB12
M12.0
PQB128
PQW128
M13.1
MB13
A2.1
E1.0
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10th step: Commissioning and test run of the
IM 151-7 CPU and S7-300
Sequence
Action
1
In the SIMATIC Manager, navigate to the block
container of the S7-300 and insert an empty
organization block with the name OB 86 into the
block container.
Result
This block ensures that the S7-300-CPU does not
switch to STOP if a station of the IM 151-7 CPU
fails/recovers.
Generate OB 82 in the same way.
2
Make sure that the mode selector of the S7 and IM
is set to STOP
The IM 151-7 CPU and S7-300-CPU
request a memory reset.
Switch on the PS of the S7-300 and the PS of the
ET 200S.
3
Reset the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU and
S7-300-CPU as follows:
Both CPUs have undergone a memory
reset.
Press/rotate the mode selector to MRES. Hold
the mode selector at this position until the
STOP LED lights up for the second time and
then remains lit (approx. 3 seconds). Then
release the mode selector.
You must press/rotate the mode selector back
to MRES within 3 seconds. The STOP LED
begins to flash rapidly and the CPU performs a
memory reset. You can now release the mode
selector. The CPU has completed the memory
reset when the STOP LED remains
permanently lit again.
4
In the PLC menu of the SIMATIC Manager, select
The program and configuration are
the Load command to transfer the program and the downloaded from the PD to the CPU.
hardware configuration to the S7-300-CPU.
Confirm all windows that appear with Yes.
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Sequence
Action
Result
5
Start the Set PD/PC Interface program as described under step 3, point 4. Change the
configuration of the PD/PC interface as follows:
6
Confirm the settings with OK and close the ”Set PD/PC Interface” program.
7
Open the front panel of the S7-300-CPU.
Connect the IM 151-7 CPU to the DP interface of the S7-300-CPU using a
PROFIBUS-DP cable. Make sure that the terminating resistor is switched on at both
connectors.
Remove the connector of the PD cable from the MPI interface of the S7-300-CPU and connect
it to the bus connector of the PROFIBUS-DP cable at the S7-300-CPU. Screw on the
connector securely.
Close the front panel of the S7-300-CPU if possible.
8
In the SIMATIC Manager, navigate to the block
container of the ET 200S.
Select the block container in the left-hand side of
the window.
The program and configuration are
downloaded from the PD to the
IM 151-7 CPU.
In the PLC menu of the SIMATIC Manager, select
the Load command to transfer the program and the
hardware configuration to the IM 151-7 CPU.
Confirm all windows that appear with Yes.
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Sequence
Action
Result
9
Set the mode selector on the IM 151-7 CPU to
RUN.
The STOP LED of the IM goes out. The
RUN LED starts to flash and then
remains lit. The SF LED lights up.
10
Set the mode selector on the S7-300-CPU to RUN.
The STOP LED of the S7 goes out. The
RUN LED starts to flash and then
remains lit.
The SF LED of the IM goes out.
11
Press the two buttons on the S7-300 alternately.
The LEDs of the S7-300 inputs E1.1 and
E1.2 light up alternately.
The LED of output 5.4 does not light up.
12
Press the two buttons on the S7-300
simultaneously.
The LEDs of inputs E1.1 and E1.2 light
up simultaneously.
The LED of output 5.4 lights up since the
two buttons have been linked in the
program by means of an AND function
(= series connection) and assigned to
output A5.4.
13
Actuate the switch which is connected to E1.0 of
the ET 200S.
The LEDs of the IM input E1.0 and the
S7-300 output A5.0 light up.
14
Actuate the switch which is connected to E1.1 of
the S7-300.
The LEDs of the S7-300 input E1.1 and
the IM output A2.1 light up.
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Getting Started
Diagnosis and troubleshooting
Faults which the CPU indicates with the group fault LED SF following memory
reset can occur as a result of incorrect operation, incorrect wiring or incorrect
hardware configuration.
How to diagnose such faults and messages is described in the following manuals:
Installation Manual S7-300; Section 10.4
Programming with STEP 7 V5.x; Chapter 21
Interface module IM 151-7 CPU; Chapter 5
Other manuals
For more information on getting started we also recommend: Getting Started: First
Steps and Exercises With STEP 7 V5.x.
All of these manuals can be downloaded free of charge from the Siemens
homepage (Customer Support, Automation).
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Addressing
Principles of Data Transfer Between the DP Master and the IM 151-7 CPU
This chapter contains information on the addressing of I/O modules and data
transfer between the DP master and the IM 151-7 CPU.
The following alternatives are available for addressing the I/O modules:
Slot-oriented address allocation:
Slot-oriented address allocation is the default form of addressing, in which
STEP 7 allocates a fixed module base address to each slot number.
User-oriented address allocation:
You can allocate each module any address within the available IM 151-7 CPU
address area.
For information on the addressing of the IM 151-7 CPU on the PROFIBUS-DP, see
Section 4.3.
Chapter Overview
In Section
Contents
Page
3.1
Slot-oriented addressing of the I/O Modules
3-2
3.2
User-oriented addressing of the I/O Modules
3-4
3.3
Data interchange with the DP Master
3-5
3.4
Accessing the intermediate memory in the IM 151-7 CPU
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3.1
Slot-Oriented Addressing of the I/O Modules
Slot-Oriented Address Allocation
In slot-oriented addressing (default addressing) each slot number in a module is
allocated an address area in the IM 151-7 CPU.
Depending on the type of I/O module, the addresses are digital or analog (see
Table 3-1). The address allocation is not fixed and can be changed, but there is a
default address area.
0
256
127
1263
2047
Direct communication
16 bytes per analog module
or technology
module
1 byte per digital module,
Motor starter or
4 IQ SENSE
Figure 3-1
Structure of the default address area
Slot Assignment
6
7
8
9
2DI 24 V DC
2DI 24 V DC
2AO U
2AI RTD
1Count 24V/100kHz
Slot
10
Termin. elem.
5
1SSI
4
PM-E power module
DP master module
Interface module
The figure below shows an ET 200S configuration with digital electronic modules,
analog electronic modules, process-related modules and the slot assignment.
SSI
Figure 3-2
3-2
Slots on the ET 200S
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Address Assignment
Depending on the slot, 1 byte is reserved for digital I/Os and 16 bytes are reserved
for analog I/Os in the address areas of the IM 151/7 CPU for each I/O module
(maximum of 63).
The table below indicates the default address assignment for analog and digital
modules per slot. The address areas of the I/O modules are ”visible” only to an
IM 151-7 CPU in the ET 200S, not to the associated DP master. The DP master
has no direct access to the I/O modules.
Addresses of the ET 200S I/O modules
Slot Number
1
Analog
modules,
process-related
modules
Power modules
*
IM 151-7 CPU*
Digital
modules, motor
starters
2
3
IM 151-7 CPU*
Reserved
Address Area
IM
I 151-7 CPU*
Table 3-1
4
5
6
7
8
...
66
-
1
2
3
4
...
62
-
272 to
287
288 to
303
304 to
319
320 to
335
...
1248 to
1263
256
272
288
304
320
1248
With X1 as the MPI-/DP interface and X2 as the DP master interface
The unassigned addresses in the range 64 to 127 are in the process image in
default addressing and can be used any way you choose in the user program. If 2
bits in a byte are already occupied by a digital module, the remaining 6 bits cannot
be used as you choose (e.g. the bits 1.4 to 1.7 in Figure 3-3).
You can use the bytes in the address areas that are not used by modules in any
way you choose in your user program. In the configuration in Figure 3-3, for
example, bytes 2 and 3 can be used as you choose.
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Example of Slot-Oriented Address Assignment for I/O Modules
The figure below illustrates a sample ET 200S configuration, showing an example
of the address allocation for I/O modules. The addresses for the I/O modules are
predefined in default addressing.
Slot numbers
ET 200S
Allocated addresses
Figure 3-3
3.2
1 to 3
IM
151-7
CPU
4
5
6
7
8
PM 4 DI 2 AI 2 AO 4 DO
256
1.0
to
1.3
288 304 4.0
to
to
to
291 307 4.3
Example of address assignment for I/O modules
User-oriented addressing of the I/O Modules
User-oriented address allocation
User-oriented address allocation means you can select the following in units of 1
byte and independent of one another within the range 0 to 2047:
Input addresses of modules
Output addresses of modules
The addresses 0 to 127 are in the process image. Assign the addresses in
STEP 7. When you do this, you define the base address of the module, on which
all the addresses of the module depend.
User-defined addressing
0
127
2047
Process image
Figure 3-4
Structure of the address area for user-oriented addressing
Note
Bit-specific addressing is not possible in user-defined address allocation, and
compression of digital channels is therefore not supported. It is not possible to
compress addresses.
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Advantages
Advantages of user-defined address allocation:
3.3
Optimum utilization of the address areas available, since ”address gaps”
between the modules do not occur.
When creating standard software, you can specify addresses that are
independent of the configuration of the ET 200S station.
Data interchanger with the DP Master
User data transfer via an intermediate memory
The user data is located in an intermediate memory in the IM 151-7 CPU. This
intermediate memory is always used when user data is transferred between the
IM 151-7 CPU and the DP master. The intermediate memory consists of a
maximum of 32 address areas.
DP master
ET 200S as DP slave
I/O modules
IM 151-7 CPU
Intermediate memory
PROFIBUS-DP
Data transfer between the DP master and the ET 200S via an intermediate memory in the
IM 151-7 CPU
Data transfer between the IM 151-7 CPU and I/O modules
Figure 3-5
Principles of data transfer between the DP master and the ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU
Address areas for user data transfer with the DP master
The ET 200S provides the PROFIBUS-DP with a maximum of 244 bytes of input
data and 244 bytes of output data. This data can be addressed in the intermediate
memory of the IM 151-7 CPU in up to 32 address areas.
An address area contains a maximum of 32 bytes. A maximum of 244 bytes is
available for input and output data.
The address area begins at 128 by default. The data is entered with ”address
gaps” starting at address 128.
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Data consistency
You define data consistency as byte, word, or overall consistency per address
area. Consistency can amount to up to 32 bytes/16 words per address area.
DP diagnostic address in STEP 7
When the ET 200S is configured with STEP 7, two diagnostic addresses are set.
The ET 200S receives information on the status of the DP master or on a bus
interruption by means of these diagnostic addresses (see Section 7.5). In DP slave
mode, the diagnostic addresses are at 2045 and 2046 by default.
2045: Address for slot 2 (IM 151-7 CPU)
2046: Diagnostic address
Detailed information can be found in the Online Help for STEP 7 under Slot Model
for I Slaves.
Access to free areas in the process image
If you access available but unconfigured process image areas, no process image
errors will be generated. You can therefore use inputs and outputs in the process
image to which no I/O modules are allocated as markers.
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3.4
Accessing the intermediate memory in the IM 151-7 CPU
Access in the user program
The following table tells you how to access the intermediate memory in the
IM 151-7 CPU from the user program.
Table 3-2
Accessing the address areas
Access dependent on data
consistency
1-, 2- or 4-byte data consistency
with load/transfer instructions
The following applies
All areas parameterized with “unity” consistency can be accessed.
You can address a maximum of 64 bytes of input data using load
instructions and a maximum of 64 bytes of output data using transfer
instructions (L PIB/PIW/PID; T PQB/PQW/PQD; see also Instruction
list).
The data consistency for word addressing is 2 bytes; for double-word
addressing it is 4 bytes.
Access is also possible via the process image.
1- to 32-byte data consistency on
the PROFIBUS-DP with SFC 14
and SFC 15
If the address area of consistent data is in the process image, this
area is updated automatically.
If you want to access data in the intermediate memory, you have to
read the input data with SFC 14 ”DPRD_DAT” and write the output
data with SFC 15 ”DPWR_DAT”. These SFCs have data consistency
of 1 to 32 bytes.
You can only copy the input data read with SFC 14 as a block of 1 to
32 bytes to a memory marker address area, for example, where it
can be addressed with A M x.y. You can also write only one block of
1 to 32 bytes as output data with SFC 15 (see also the System and
Standard Functions) Reference Manual.
If you access areas with “whole length” consistency, the length in the
SFC must correspond to the length of the parameterized area.
It is also possible to address the consistent areas directly (for
example, L PIW or T PQW).
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Rules for address allocation
You must comply with the following rules when allocating addresses for the
ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU:
Assignment of the address areas:
– Input data for the ET 200S is always output data for the DP master
– Output data for the ET 200S is always input data for the DP master
You access the data in the user program using load/transfer instructions or
SFCs 14 and 15.
The length, unit and consistency of the associated address areas for the DP
master and the DP slave must be identical.
Addresses for the master and the slave can be different in the logically identical
intermediate memory (mutually independent logical I/O address areas in the
master and the slave CPU)
When the IM 151-7 CPU is configured with STEP 7 for operation in the S5 or in
non-Siemens systems, it is clear that only the logical addresses within the slave
CPU are allocated. The addresses are then assigned in the master system using
the specific configuration tool of the master system.
Addressing Interface in STEP 7
The following table illustrates the principles of address allocation. You will also find
this table in the STEP 7 interface. You must set the mode ”MS” (for master slave)
or ”DX” (direct connection) in STEP 7 (see Section 4.5).
Table 3-3
Addressing interface in STEP 7 V5.1 (extract)
Mode
Master
I/O
PROFIBUS-DP Partner
Address I/O
Parameters
Address
Length Unit
Consistency
1 MS
Q
200 I
128
4 Byte
Unit
2 MS
Q
300 I
132
8 Byte
Total length
3 MS
I
700 Q
128
4 Word
Unit
4 MS
I
50 Q
136
4 Byte
Unit
MS:
Master
Slave
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Address areas in the
DP master CPU
Address areas in the
IM 151-7 CPU
These address area parameters
must be identical for the DP master
and the IM 151-7 CPU
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Sample Program
Below you will see a sample program for data interchange between the DP master
and the DP slave.
You can find the addresses in Table 3-3.
SFCs 14 and 15 are called by specifying the logical address in hexadecimal
format.
In the IM 151-7 CPU
Data preprocessing in the DP slave:
L
T
L
T
2
MB
IB
MB
Load actual value 2 and
transfer to memory byte 6.
Load input byte 0 and
transfer to memory byte 7.
6
0
7
Forward data to DP master
L
T
MW
PQW
6
136
Load memory word 6 and
transfer to peripheral output word 136
In the DP Master CPU
Postprocess received data in the DP master:
L
T
L
L
+
T
PIB
MB
PIB
B#16#3
I
MB
50
60
51
Load peripheral input byte 50 and
transfer to memory byte 60.
Load peripheral input byte 51 and
load byte 3;
add the values as integer data type and
transfer the result to memory byte 61.
61
Data preprocessing in the DP master:
L
+
T
10
3
MB
67
Load actual value 10 and
add 3,
transfer the result to memory byte 67.
Send the data (memory bytes 60 to 67) to the DP slave:
CALL
SFC
15
LADDR:= W#16#12C
RECORD:= P#M60.0 Byte8
RET_VAL:=MW 22
Call system function 15:
Write the data to the output address area as of
address 300 (12C hexadecimal) with a length of 8
bytes as of memory byte 60.
In the IM 151-7 CPU
Receive data from the DP master (stored in MB 30 to 37):
CALL
SFC
14
LADDR:= W#16#84
RET_VAL:=MW 20
RECORD:=P#M30.0 Byte8
Call system function 14:
Write the data from the input address area as of
address 132 (84 hexadecimal) with a length of 8
bytes to memory byte 30.
Postprocess received data:
L
L
+
T
MB
MB
I
MW
30
37
100
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Load memory byte 30 and
load memory byte 37;
add the values as integer data type and
transfer the result to memory byte 100.
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User Data Transfer in STOP Mode
The user data in the intermediate memory is processed differently depending on
whether the DP master or the DP slave (IM 151-7 CPU) goes into STOP mode.
If the IM 151-7 CPU goes into STOP mode: The data in the intermediate
memory (outputs only from the slave’s viewpoint) of the IM 151-7 CPU are
overwritten with “0”; i.e. the DP master or a recipient in direct communication
reads “0”.
If the DP master goes into STOP mode: The current data in the intermediate
memory of the IM 151-7 CPU (inputs in the slave, outputs in the master) are
retained and can be read out in the user program of the IM 151-7 CPU.
S5 DP master
If you use the IM 308–C as a DP master and the IM 151–7 CPU as an I slave, the
following applies to the exchange of consistent data:
You must program FB 192 in the IM 308–C to enable the transfer of consistent
data between the DP master and the I slave. The effect of FB 192 is that the data
of the IM 151–7 CPU is only output or read out continuously in a single block.
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4
Introduction
You can integrate the ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU as a node in a PROFIBUS
network. This chapter contains a description of a typical network configuration with
the IM 151-7 CPU. It also tells you which functions can be executed via the PD or
OP on the ET 200S and which options are available for direct connection. The
available communication utilities can be found in Section 8.8.
Equidistance
As of STEP 7 V5.1 + SP4, you can parameterize bus cycles of the same length
(equidistant) for PROFIBUS subnets with IM 151-7 CPU. You will find a detailed
description of the functions in the Online Help for STEP 7.
DP master functionality
In combination with the DP master module, the IM 151-7 CPU can be used as a
DP master. Further information can be found in Section 6.
Chapter overview
In Section
Contents
Page
4.1
ET 200S in the PROFIBUS network
4-2
4.2
Network components
4-6
4.3
PROFIBUS address
4-8
4.4
Functions via the PD/OP
4-9
4.5
Direct communication
4-12
More information
You will find more information on the structure of networks in the manual for the DP
master.
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4.1
ET 200S in the PROFIBUS network
Structure of a PROFIBUS network
The figure below illustrates the basic structure of a PROFIBUS network with one
DP master and several DP slaves.
S7-300
(DP master)
PD*
2
0
ET 200S
3
ET 200X
OP 25**
4
ET 200S
5
1
ET 200M
ET 200X
7
6
* The ET 200S can be configured and programmed from this PD
** Operating and monitoring functions can be executed on the ET 200S
0 ... 7 PROFIBUS addresses of the nodes
Figure 4-1
Example of a PROFIBUS network
Hardware prerequisites in the PD/OP for accessing the ET 200S
Before you can access an IM 151-7 CPU from a PD/OP, the PD/OP must fulfill the
following requirements:
it must have an integrated PROFIBUS-DP interface or DP card; or
it must have an integrated MPI interface or MPI card.
Data transfer rates over 1.5 MBaud require an active connecting cable for the PD
connection.
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Access to the ET 200S
The IM 151-7 CPU is a passive/active bus node. The programs and configuration
of the IM 151-7 CPU can be transferred to the IM 151-7 CPU by choosing ”Load
PLC” from the PD in SIMATIC Manager. All the other diagnostic and test functions
are also possible with the PD.
If the PD is currently the only active bus node, this must be set beforehand in
SIMATIC Manager by choosing the ”Set PD/PC Interface” menu command (see
Section 4.4).
However, you can still install OPs/OSs (operator panels/operator stations) as fixed
components of the PROFIBUS network for operating and monitoring functions.
You cannot access an ET 200S from more than 12 devices in parallel:
1 connection is reserved for the PD.
1 connection is reserved for an OP or an OS.
10 connections are available as desired for PDs, OPs/OSs and CPUs
We recommend that you allocate a PROFIBUS address to the PD/OP in the same
way as for other network nodes (see Figure 4-1).
Active/passive DP interface of the IM 151-7 CPU
You set the mode of the DP interface at the IM 151-7 CPU during configuration in
the Properties – MPI/DP window:
Passive
Figure 4-2
Active
Setting the mode of the DP interface at the IM 151-7 CPU
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ET 200S in the PROFIBUS Network
Depending on the DP interface setting, the IM 151-7 CPU will behave in the
following way:
Table 4-1
Behavior of the IM 151-7 CPU depending on the DP interface setting
DP Interface of the IM 151-7 CPU
Passive
Active
Transmission rate detection
Yes
No
Testing and commissioning
functions
Slow
Fast
Bus cycle time
Fast
Slow
Diagnosis via BF LED
Routing (with plugged-in DM
master module)
See Section 7.4
No
Yes
Maximum data transfer rate and cable length with a PD connecting cable
You can obtain a maximum data transfer rate of 1.5 Mbaud using the PD
connecting cable. The cable length may not exceed 3 meters.
The PD connecting cable should only be connected for an extended period of time
during startup and service.
Data transfer rates over 1.5 MBaud require an active connecting cable for the PD
connection (order number: 6ES7 901-4BD00-0XA0).
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Examples for the connection of the PD/OP on the ET 200S
The PD/OP is connected to the PROFIBUS-DP interface of the DP master, but
can be connected just as well to any other station in the DP network, including
the ET 200S.
S7-300 (DP master)
ET 200S
PD
Figure 4-3
The PD/OP accesses the ET 200S via the DP interface in the DP master
The PD is directly connected to the ET 200S (you don’t add the ET 200S to the
PROFIBUS network until later).
Note: Depending on the DP interface (active/passive), a special setting is
required in STEP 7 (see Section 4.4).
ET 200S
PD
Figure 4-4
The PD directly accesses the ET 200S
The PD can also be a direct DP node, although a spur line (e.g. PD connecting
cable) is not permissible with a transmission rate greater than 1.5 Mbaud. This
requires an active spur line.
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ET 200S in the PROFIBUS Network
4.2
Network components
To connect the ET 200S to the PROFIBUS-DP network, you need the following
network components:
Table 4-2
Network components
Purpose
To set up the network
Network components
Cables (e.g. 2-core,
shielded or 5-core,
unprepared)
Order numbers
6XV1 830-0AH10
(2-core)
6XV1 830-0BH10
(2-core with PE sheath)
6XV1 830-3CH10
(2-core, for festoon
attachment)
6XV1 830-3BH10
(drum cable)
6XV1 830-3AH10
(direct-buried cable)
6ES7 194-1LY00-0AA0-Z
(5-core with PVC sheath)
6ES7 194-1LY10-0AA0-Z
(5-core; oil-resistant, can be
dragged, conditionally
resistant to welding; with PUR
sheath)
To connect the PD and the
ET 200S on the
PROFIBUS-DP network
Bus connector without a PD
socket (up to 12 Mbaud)
6ES7 972-0BA10-0XA0
(with a straight outgoing cable
unit)
6ES7 972-0BA40-0XA0
(with a slanted outgoing cable
unit)
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To make a dual connection
– for the PD and the DP
master on the
PROFIBUS-DP network, for
example – via a DP
interface (see Figure 4-5)
Bus connector with a PD
socket (up to 12 Mbaud)
6ES7 972-0BB10-0XA0
(with a straight outgoing cable
unit)
To connect the PD to the
bus connector with the PD
socket
PD connecting cable (up to
1.5 Mbaud)
6ES7 972-0BB40-0XA0
(with a slanted outgoing cable
unit)
6ES7 901-4BD00-0XA0
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Example of the use of network components
The figure below shows the example from Figure 4-3 with the use of the network
components. Connecting the bus cable to the bus connector is described in the
Product Information document for the bus connector.
S7-300 (DP master)
PD connecting cable
Bus connector with a PD socket
PD
Bus cable
ET 200S
Connector
Bus cable
Figure 4-5
Connecting the DP network
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4.3
PROFIBUS address
Features
Use the PROFIBUS address to specify the address at which the IM 151-7 CPU is
contacted on the PROFIBUS-DP.
Prerequisites
The permitted PROFIBUS-DP addresses are 1 to 125.
Each address can be allocated only once on the PROFIBUS-DP.
Startup without DP configuration on the Micro Memory Card (MMC) (initial
startup)
Following POWER ON, the coexistent interface on the IM 151-7 CPU powers up
as an MPI interface with the address 2, HSA 31 and 187.5 kBaud. The I slave
functionality of the IM 151-7 CPU is not yet available. All PD functions listed in
Section 4.4 are possible with the interface.
Several ET 200S units with IM 151-7 CPUs as I slaves on one PROFIBUS network
must be commissioned step by step. After each individual IM 151-7 CPU has been
switched on, STEP 7 must be used to transfer a configuration with DP address to
the IM 151-7 CPU.
Note
The bus parameters are retentive, i.e.bus parameters that have been configured
(e.g. address, transmission rate) are retained
with POWER OFF
if there is no longer a configuration on the IM 151-7 CPU (e.g. after SDBs have
been deleted or following POWER ON without MMC)
Startup with DP configuration on the Micro Memory Card (MMC)
As soon as a DP configuration has been downloaded to the IM 151-7 CPU, the
data stored on the MMC is used on startup.
Following POWER ON, the IM 151-7 CPU as the I slave powers up with the
configured address and waits for parameter assignment by the DP master.
As active PROFIBUS node, the IM 151-7 CPU adopts the configured transmission
rate.
As passive PROFIBUS node, the IM 151-7 CPU searches for the transmission
rate.
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4.4
Functions via the PD/OP
You can use the PD to:
Configure the IM 151-7 CPU with ET 200S modules and put them into operation
on the PROFIBUS-DP
Program the IM 151-7 CPU
Execute test functions such as ”Monitor/Modify Variables” and ”Program Status”
Execute commissioning functions such as ”Start” and ”Memory Reset”
Display the module status (i.e. for the IM 151-7 CPU, for example, you can
display the utilization of the load and working memory, stack contents and
diagnostic buffer contents)
You can use the OP to:
Operate and monitor
You will find a detailed description of the functions in the online help for STEP 7.
Running the IM 151-7 CPU as a passive I slave on the PD – required settings in
STEP 7
If you connect an IM 151-7 CPU directly to a PD, you must set the PD interface in
STEP 7 to allow communication between the two partners. Proceed as follows:
1. In STEP 7, choose the ”Set PD/PC Interface” tool (Start > STEP 7 > Set
PD/PC Interface).
2. Set the interface of your PD to PROFIBUS.
3. Call the properties of the PROFIBUS network.
4. Set the properties so that the PD/PC is the only active master on the bus.
If you subsequently configure a DP master for the network and want to go online,
you should cancel these settings; additional security functions are thus activated
against bus faults.
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Force test function
In the case of the IM 151-7 CPU, you can preset the inputs and the outputs in the
process image with fixed values using the ”Force” function.
The values (force values) you have preset can still be controlled in the
IM 151-7 CPU by the user program and by PD/OP functions. This is shown in
Figure 4-6.
You can force a maximum of 10 variables with the IM 151-7 CPU.
!
Caution
The force values in the process-image input table can be overwritten by write
commands (for example T IB x, = I x.y, copy with SFC, etc.) as well as by I/O read
commands (L PIW x, for example) in the user program or by PD/OP write
functions.
Outputs preset with force values only return the force value provided the user
program does not execute any write accesses to the outputs using I/O write
commands (e.g. T PQB x) and provided no PD/OP functions write to these
outputs.
It is important to note that force values in the process-image input/output table
cannot be overwritten by the user program or by PD/OP functions.
Principle behind forcing with the IM 151-7 CPU
Execute force
job for inputs
Execute force
job for inputs
PIQ
transfer
OS
PII
transfer
Forced value
Execute force
job for outputs
User program
Forced value
overwritten by T
PQW!
T PQW
PIQ
transfer
OS
PII
transfer
Forced value
Execute force
job for outputs
OS .... Operating system execution
Figure 4-6
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Principle behind forcing
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Application example
Prerequisite: There is no direct I/O access in your user program.
If, for example, an enable sensor (f) in your system is defective and it continually
indicates a logical 0 to your user program, for example, via input 1.2, you can
bridge this sensor by forcing the input to 1, ensuring that your system continues to
operate.
!
Warning
However, because the sensor is out of operation, you must monitor the
functionality by different means to avoid injury to the operator and damage to the
machine.
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4.5
Direct communication
You can configure the IM 151-7 CPU as an intelligent slave with STEP 7 V5.1 for
direct communication. Direct communication is a special communication
relationship between PROFIBUS-DP nodes.
Principle
Direct communication is characterized by the fact that the PROFIBUS-DP nodes
”listen in” to find out which data a DP slave is sending back to its DP master. Using
this function, the eavesdropper (recipient) can directly access changes to the input
data of remote DP slaves.
During configuration in STEP 7, you set via the relevant I/O input addresses the
address area of the recipient at which the required data of the sender is to be read.
Example
Figure 4-7 gives you an example of the relationships you can configure for direct
communication in STEP 7 with an IM 151-7 CPU. Other DP slaves can only be
senders here.
S7-300
(DP master system 2)
S7-300
(DP master system 1)
CPU
31x-2
PROFIBUS
DP slave
3
ET 200S with
IM 151-7 CPU
(intelligent
slave 1)
Figure 4-7
4-12
CPU 31x-2
as DP slave
4
DP slave
5
ET 200S with
IM 151-7 CPU
(intelligent
slave 2)
Direct communication with the IM 151-7 CPU
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Functionality in direct communication
The IM 151-7 CPU offers the following functionality in direct communication:
Transmitter:
As an I slave, the IM 151-7 CPU sends the process outputs, configured for
direct communication, to all bus nodes as a broadcast frame. Other recipients
filter the relevant data from this broadcast frame.
Receiver:
Filtering of the data from the broadcast frame sent by transmitters which have
been configured using STEP 7 as being relevant for direct communication.
Diagnostics in direct communication
Only the results of connection monitoring can be used in the diagnostics of the DP
slaves configured for direct communication, because diagnostic messages of the
DP slaves that have been listened in on are only reported to the DP master.
The asynchronous OB 86 is called in the event of station failure and reintegration.
If data is accessed during a station failure of the sender, an I/O access error is
detected and OB 122 is called. Only the identifiers ”module plugged” and ”module
available” are relevant for the module status data.
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5
Introduction
You can integrate the ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU as a node in an MPI
network. This chapter contains a description of a typical network configuration with
the IM 151-7 CPU. Section 4.4 describes which functions can be executed on the
IM 151-7 CPU using a PD or OP. The available communication utilities can be
found in Section 8.8.
Information on clock synchronization via the MPI interface is found in the STEP 7
Online Help.
Chapter overview
In Section
Contents
Page
5.1
ET 200S in the MPI network
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5.2
MPI address
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ET 200S in the MPI network
Structure of an MPI network
The figure below shows an example of an MPI network configuration.
ET 200S
PD*
3
ET 200S
OP 25**
4
11
10
* The ET 200S can be configured and programmed from this PD
** Operating and monitoring functions can be executed on the ET 200S
3, 4, 10, 11 MPI addresses of the nodes
Figure 5-1
Example of an MPI network
Hardware prerequisites in the PD/OP for accessing the ET 200S
Before you can access an IM 151-7 CPU from a PD/OP, the PD/OP must fulfill the
following requirements:
it must have an integrated MPI interface or MPI card or
it must have an integrated PROFIBUS-DP interface or DP card.
Transmission rates
In the MPI network, all MPI transmission rates are possible with the IM 151-7 CPU.
Network components
You configure an MPI network using the same network components as those used
for a PROFIBUS-DP network (see Section 4.2).
Maximum data transfer rate and cable length with a PD connecting cable
You can obtain a maximum data transfer rate of 1.5 Mbaud using the PD
connecting cable. The cable length may not exceed 3 meters.
The PD connecting cable should only be connected for an extended period of time
during startup and service.
Data transfer rates over 1.5 MBaud require an active connecting cable for the PD
connection (order number: 6ES7 901-4BD00-0XA0).
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5.2
MPI address
Features
With the MPI address, you determine the address under which the IM 151-7 CPU
is accessed in the MPI network.
Prerequisites
The permitted MPI addresses are 0 to 126.
Each address can be allocated only once on the MPI network.
Recommendations for MPI addresses
Assign MPI addresses greater than ”2” to the fixed nodes in the MPI network.
Reserve the MPI address ”0” for a service PD and ”1” for a service OP which, if
necessary, can be connected to the MPI network at short notice.
Reserve the MPI address ”2” for a CPU. This prevents double MPI addresses
occurring when a CPU with default settings is installed in the MPI network (e.g.
when a CPU is exchanged).
Startup without configuration on the Micro Memory Card (MMC) (initial startup)
Following POWER ON, the coexistent interface on the IM 151-7 CPU powers up
as an MPI interface with the address 2, HSA 31 and 187.5 kBaud. All PD functions
listed in Section 4.4 are possible with the interface.
Note
The bus parameters are retentive, i.e. bus parameters that have been configured
(e.g. address, transmission rate) are retained
with POWER OFF
if there is no longer a configuration on the IM 151-7 CPU (e.g. after SDBs have
been deleted or following POWER ON without MMC)
Startup with configuration on the Micro Memory Card (MMC)
As soon as a configuration has been downloaded to the IM 151-7 CPU, the data
stored on the MMC is used on startup.
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DP Master Module
Introduction
In combination with the DP master module, you can operate the IM 151-7 CPU as
a DP master. In this case, the IM 151-7 CPU can be
integrated in a PROFIBUS network as an I slave or
operated in stand-alone mode (MPI).
You will require STEP 7 of V5.2 + SP1 or higher to configure the DP master
functionality. The following figure shows an example of a network structure in
which the IM 151-7 CPU acts as a DP master.
PROFIBUS-DP
(Subnet 1)
IM 151-7 CPU
integrated as
an I slave
PROFIBUS-DP
(Subnet 2)
IM 151-7 CPU
as the DP
master
Figure 6-1
ET 200S
ET 200S
ET 200M
ET 200S
ET 200M
ET 200X
Example of the structure with the IM 151-7 CPU acting as the DP master
This chapter contains information on mounting the DP master module and on
commissioning the IM 151-7 CPU as the DP master.
Chapter overview
In Section
Contents
Page
6.1
Mounting the DP master module
6-2
6.2
Starting up the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master
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Mounting the DP master module
When you expand your interface module IM 151-7 CPU with a DP master module,
you can use the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master.
Procedure
Step
Description
1
The IM 151-7 CPU is installed on the mounting rail.
2
Hang the DP master module onto the mounting rail to the right of the
IM 151-7 CPU.
3
Swivel the DP master module down until it engages.
4
Slide the DP master module to the left until it engages audibly in the IM 151-7
CPU.
5
If required, mount terminal modules for power/electronics modules and slide the
corresponding modules into the TM.
IM 151-7 CPU
DP master module
4
2
SF
BF
ON
DP master
interface
BF
FRCE
RUN
STOP
3
Figure 6-2
6-2
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Commissioning the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master
Prerequisites for commissioning
The PROFIBUS subnet has been configured.
The DP slaves have been prepared for operation (see the relevant DP slave
manual).
The IM 151-7 CPU must be configured as a DP master prior to commissioning.
This means that you must use STEP 7
to
– configure the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master (DP master interface),
Note
In the HW configuration, you must hang the DP master module in the station
window separately as a submodule (X2).
– assign the IM 151-7 CPU a PROFIBUS address,
– assign the IM 151-7 CPU a master diagnosis address,
– integrate DP slaves in the DP master system.
Is an IM 151-7 CPU a DP slave?
If so, you will find this DP slave in the PROFIBUS-DP catalog as a
pre-configured station. In the DP master, you assign a slave diagnosis
address to this DP slave CPU. You have to couple the DP master with the
DP slave CPU and define the address ranges for the data exchange with the
DP slave CPU.
Commissioning
Commission the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master in the PROFIBUS subnet as
follows:
1. The DP master module is mounted as described in Chap. 6.1.
2. Switch the supply voltage on.
3. Load the configuration of the PROFIBUS subnet (preset configuration) created
with STEP 7 into the IM 151-7 CPU with the PD.
4. Switch all DP slaves on.
5. Switch the IM 151-7 CPU from STOP to RUN.
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Behavior of the IM 151-7 CPU upon commissioning
The DP master module is mounted and the IM 151-7 CPU has been configured
as a DP master
⇒ IM 151-7 CPU goes into RUN mode with master functionality
The DP master module is mounted and the IM 151-7 CPU has not been
configured as a DP master
⇒ IM 151-7 CPU goes into RUN mode without master functionality
The DP master module is not mounted but IM 151-7 CPU has been configured
as a DP master
The behavior of the IM 151-7 CPU depends on the setting of the parameter
Start-up when preset configuration ≠ actual configuration:
– Start-up when the preset configuration ≠ actual configuration = yes
⇒ IM 151-7 CPU goes into RUN mode
(see also “Start-up of the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master”)
– Start-up when preset configuration ≠ actual configuration = no
⇒ IM 151-7 CPU remains in STOP mode
(see also “Start-up of the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master”)
Initializing the DP master system
In addition, the initialization time monitor for the DP slave can be set with the
Monitoring time for transfer of parameters to modules parameter.
This means that the DP slaves must be initialized and parameterized by the
IM 151-7 CPU (as DP master) within the set time period.
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Start-up of the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master
When it starts up, the IM 151-7 CPU compares the preset configuration of the DP
master system with the actual configuration.
If the preset configuration the actual configuration, the CPU goes into RUN
mode.
If the preset configuration the actual configuration, the behavior of the CPU
depends on the setting of the Start-up when the preset configuration 0 actual
configuration parameter.
Start-up when preset configuration 0
actual configuration + yes
(default setting)
IM 151-7 CPU goes into RUN mode.
(BF-LED on the DP master module flashes
if all DP slaves cannot be addressed.)
Start-up when preset configuration 0
actual configuration + no
IM 151-7 CPU remains in STOP mode and
the BF-LED on the DP master module
flashes after the set Monitoring time for
transfer of parameters to modules has
elapsed.
A flashing BF-LED indicates that at least
one DP slave cannot be addressed. Check
whether all DP slaves are switched on and
that they correspond to the defined
configuration, or read out the diagnostic
buffer using STEP 7.
Recognizing the operating modes of the DP slave (event recognition)
The table below shows how the IM 151-7 CPU identifies changes in operating
mode and interruptions in data transfer as a DP master.
Table 6-1
Event recognition of the IM 151-7 CPU as a DP master
Event
Bus interruption
(short-circuit,
connector
removed)
What takes place in the DP master?
OB 86 is called and Station failure is reported
(incoming event; diagnosis address of the DP slave assigned to
the DP master)
In the case of I/O access: OB 122 is called
(I/O access error)
DP slave:
RUN → STOP
DP slave:
STOP → RUN
OB 82 is called and Module malfunction reported
(incoming event; diagnosis address of the DP slave assigned to
the DP master; variable OB82_MDL_STOP=1)
OB 82 is called and Module ok reported.
(outgoing event; diagnosis address of the DP slave assigned to
the DP master; variable OB82_MDL_STOP=0)
Tip:
Always program OB 82 and OB 86 when commissioning the CPU as a DP master.
This will allow you to detect and evaluate the faults and interruptions during data
transfer.
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Status/controlling, programming via PROFIBUS-DP
You can program the CPU or execute the PD functions listed in Chap. 4.4 via the
DP master interface.
Note
The use of status and control via the DP master interface extends the DP cycle.
Equidistance
As of STEP 7 V5.2, with the IM 151-7 CPU and DP master module, you can
parameterize bus cycles of the same length (equidistant) for PROFIBUS subnets.
You will find a detailed description of the functions in the Online Help for STEP 7.
PROFIBUS address of the DP master
6-6
The permitted PROFIBUS-DP addresses are 1 to 125.
Each address can be allocated only once on the PROFIBUS-DP.
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Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU with STEP 7
This chapter describes how to configure an ET 200S for the IM 151-7 CPU with
STEP 7.
Resetting the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU
In certain situations you must reset the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU. This chapter
describes these circumstances and the procedure for resetting the memory of the
CPU component.
Diagnostic options
The ET 200S distributed I/O system is designed to make handling and
commissioning as simple as possible. If a fault or an error should occur in spite of
this, you can analyze it using the LEDs, the slave diagnosis and the diagnostic
options in STEP 7.
Interrupt evaluation
To help you evaluate the interrupts of the ET 200S, we will examine the difference
between these and the interrupts of the S7/M7 DP master and other DP masters.
Chapter overview
In
Section
Contents
Page
7.1
Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU
7-2
7.2
Resetting the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU
7-4
7.3
Commissioning and startup of the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave
7-7
7.4
Diagnostics using LEDs
7-9
7.5
Diagnostics via diagnostic address with STEP 7
7-12
7.6
Slave diagnostics with IM 151-7 CPU used as an intelligent slave
7-15
7.7
Diagnostic data of the electronic modules
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Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU
Configure the interface module IM 151-7 CPU as the following:
I slave
I slave and DP master
Stand-alone module (MPI)
Stand-alone module (MPI) and DP master
The IM 151-7 CPU is presented to the user in STEP 7 as an S7-300 module that is
always created together with a rack in an S7-300 station. Similarly, the module can
only be deleted with the rack!
Expansion racks cannot be configured in an S7-300 station that contains an
IM 151-7 CPU. The IM 151-7 CPU is positioned at slot 2 and receives an MPI/DP
submodule. The first plug-in modules can be configured as of slot 4.
The following configuration options are available:
Table 7-1
Configuration options
Configuration
environment
SIMATIC S7
Configuration tool
Configurable operating mode
STEP 7 (HWConfig) Stand-alone (MPI)
V5.1 or higher + SP4 IM 151-7 CPU as S7 slave
STEP 7 (HWConfig) IM 151-7 CPU with the DP
V5.2 or higher + SP1 master module as the DP master
SIMATIC S5
COM PROFIBUS
Fully configured and programmed
IM 151-7 CPU, integrated as a
standard intelligent slave via GSD
in COM PROFIBUS
Non-Siemens
systems
Non-Siemens tool
Fully configured and programmed
IM 151-7 CPU, integrated as a
standard intelligent slave via GSD
in a non-Siemens tool
Note
If you wish to operate the IM 151-7 CPU as a standard I slave via the GSD file,
then you should not activate the commissioning/test mode checkbox in the DP
interface properties when configuring this slave CPU in STEP 7.
Information on configuring the DP master functionality is provided in Chapter 6.2.
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Prerequisite
You have opened STEP 7 and are in the SIMATIC Manager of STEP 7.
Configuring the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave
Proceed as follows:
1. Configure the IM 151-7 CPU as an S7-300 station.
– Create a new station of the type S7-300 (menu command Insert !
Station).
– Change to the hardware configuration window for this station.
– In the ”Hardware Catalog” window, select the
PROFIBUS-DP/ET 200S/IM 151-7 CPU folder.
– Drag and drop the ”IM 151-7 CPU” object in the empty station window.
– Configure the ET 200S with the required I/O modules.
– Save the station (i.e. the ET 200S).
2. Configure a DP master (e.g. CPU with integrated PROFIBUS-DP interface or
CP 342-5 with PROFIBUS-DP interface as of 6GK7 342-5DA01-0XE0,
version 2) in another station in the same project.
3. Drag the ET 200S (with the IM 151-7 CPU) from the ”Hardware Catalog”
window (from the Configured Stations) container and drop it on the icon for
the DP master system.
4. Double-click the intelligent DP slave icon, and select the ”Interconnecting” tab.
Specify on this tab which station is to represent the intelligent DP slave.
5. Select the intelligent DP slave, and click the ”Interconnect” button.
6. Select the (slave) configuration tab, and assign the master and slave
addresses.
7. Click ”OK” to accept the settings.
8. The two stations must then be reloaded to start master-slave communication.
Configuration in a non-Siemens system
Using the DDB file you can also integrate the IM 151-7 CPU in non-Siemens
systems as a standard I slave. In this case the diagnostic frame consists of the
following:
Station status
Master PROFIBUS address
Manufacturer ID
Module diagnostics
Module status
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Resetting the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU
When do you reset the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU?
The memory of the IM 151-7 CPU must be reset
to erase retentive areas (memory markers, times, counters)
if the IM 151-7 CPU requests a memory reset by flashing the STOP LED at
0.5 Hz
The following are possible reasons for the MRES request:
The ET 200S is starting up for the first time.
Inconsistent memory areas
The memory module (MMC) has been replaced.
How do you reset the memory?
There are two ways of resetting the IM 151-7 CPU:
Table 7-2
Ways to reset the memory
Resetting the memory with the mode
selector
Described in this chapter.
Resetting the memory with the PD
Only possible during CPU STOP (see the
PD manuals and the STEP 7 Online Help)
Resetting the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU with the mode selector
To reset the memory of the IM 151-7 CPU using the mode selector, proceed as
follows (see also Figure 7-1):
1. Switch the mode selector to the STOP position.
2. Depress the mode selector in the MRES position. Hold the mode selector at
this position until the STOP LED lights up for the second time (3 seconds) and
then let it return to the STOP position.
3. Within 3 seconds, you must press the mode selector back to the MRES position
and hold it in this position until the STOP LED flashes rapidly (at 2 Hz). When
the IM 151-7 CPU has completed the memory reset, the STOP LED stops
flashing and remains on.
The IM 151-7 CPU has reset the memory.
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STOP
LED
On
Off
t
3s
Max. 3 s
Min. 3 s
RUN
RUN
RUN
RUN
RUN
STOP
MRES
STOP
MRES
STOP
MRES
STOP
MRES
STOP
MRES
1st
2.
Figure 7-1
3.
How to use the mode selector to reset the memory
Is the STOP LED not flashing at memory resetting?
Does the STOP LED not flash during memory reset or do other indicators come
on? You must repeat steps 2 and 3. If the IM 151-7 CPU still doesn’t execute a
memory reset, you have to read out the diagnostic buffer of the CPU with the PD
(see the STEP 7 user manual).
What happens in the IM 151-7 CPU?
Table 7-3
Internal CPU events at memory resetting
Event
Sequence of
operations in the
IM 151-7 CPU
Response of the CPU in the IM 151-7 CPU
1. The CPU deletes the entire user program in the working memory
and the RAM load memory.
2. The CPU deletes the retentive data.
3. The CPU tests its own hardware.
4. If you have inserted a memory module (micro memory card =
MMC), the CPU copies the relevant contents of the module to
the working memory.
Memory contents
after reset
The CPU has the memory level ”0”. If a SIMATIC micro memory card
is inserted, the user program is transferred back into the working
memory.
What’s left?
The contents of the diagnostic buffer and the runtime meter.
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Note
If the CPU cannot copy the contents of the memory module (MMC) and requests a
memory reset:
Remove the MMC.
Reset the CPU memory.
Read out the diagnostic buffer.
You can read out the diagnostic buffer with the PD (see the STEP 7 Online Help).
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Commissioning and startup of the IM 151-7 CPU as an
I slave
An example of how to commission the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave and its behavior
when it starts up is described below.
Information on how to commission the IM 151-7 CPU as the DP master is found in
Chapter 6.2.
Chapters 2.4, 5.2 and 8.5 contain information on stand-alone operation.
Prerequisites for commissioning
The DP master (either an S7 DP master or another DP master) has been
parameterized and configured.
All other DP slaves have been parameterized and configured.
Commissioning the ET 200S
Commission the ET 200S distributed I/O system as follows:
1. Install the ET 200S distributed I/O system
(see the ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual).
2. Wire the ET 200S distributed I/O system
(see the ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual).
3. Assign a PROFIBUS address (see Chapter 4.3) and a slave diagnostic address
(see Chapter 3.3) to the IM 151-7 CPU.
4. During configuration as an I slave, specify in the configuration software the
address areas in the IM 151-7 CPU via which data exchange with the DP
master is to take place (or use the ET 200S default setting; see Section 3.4).
5. Switch on the sensor supply voltage for the ET 200S.
6. If necessary, switch on the load voltage and the supply voltage for the motor
starters.
7. If necessary, switch the IM 151-7 CPU to STOP mode.
8. Download the configuration for the IM 151-7 CPU to the ET 200S.
9. Switch the IM 151-7 CPU to RUN mode.
Starting behavior of the IM 151-7 CPU
On starting the IM 151-7 CPU following POWER ON, make sure that
the terminating module is connected
all terminal modules connected to the IM 151-7 CPU are fitted
Otherwise the IM 151-7 CPU will remain in the START mode.
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Loading the user program
When commissioning the ET 200S, you can download the user program to the
IM 151-7 CPU in the following ways:
The program is downloaded from the PD/PC to the memory module (MMC)
inserted in the IM 151-7 CPU by means of the ”Load User Program” function.
Note
This function does not delete retentive areas.
The program is transferred from the PD/PC to the memory module (MMC). The
memory module is then inserted in the IM 151-7 CPU and the memory reset
request acknowledged.
See Section 8.3.
Tip: Programming OB 82 and 86 during commissioning
Always program OB 82 and OB 86 when commissioning as an I slave in the DP
master and I slave using STEP 7. This will allow you to detect and evaluate the
operating states of and interruptions during user data transfer (see Tables 7-6 and
7-7).
Note
Without configuration, a default start-up is possible if the power modules are
switched on and all the modules are inserted.
Start-up
When the IM 151-7 CPU is switched to RUN mode, the following mutually
independent operating mode transitions take place:
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The CPU switches from STOP to RUN mode.
The IM 151-7 CPU starts user data transfer with the DP master on the
PROFIBUS-DP.
When the DP master module is plugged in, the IM 151-7 CPU starts user data
transfer with the DP slaves on the PROFIBUS-DP.
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Diagnostics using LEDs
LEDs
The RUN, STOP, ON, BF, SF and FRCE LEDs of the IM 151-7 CPU display
important information on the states to the user.
The IM 151-7 CPU has the following 6 LEDs:
”SF” LED (System Fault) for indicating the presence of a fault in the ET 200S
”BF” LED (Bus Fault) for indicating faults on the PROFIBUS-DP
On the IM 151-7 CPU:
on the DP master module:
Bus fault on slave strand
Bus fault on master strand
”ON” LED for indicating that the ET 200S is connected to a power supply
”FRCE” LED for indicating that a force request is active.
”RUN” LED for indicating that the IM 151-7 CPU is in RUN mode
”STOP” LED for indicating that the IM 151-7 CPU is in STOP mode
The meaning of the LEDs for CPU functionality is described in detail in Section 8.2.
The ”BF” LED on the DP master module indicates in the DP master mode that
errors have occurred in the PROFIBUS-DP.
”ON” LED is off
If the ”ON” LED is off, either no supply voltage or insufficient supply voltage is
being applied to the electronic components/sensors of the ET 200S. The cause is
likely to be a defective fuse or inadequate or nonexistent system voltage.
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Diagnosis of DP functionality using the ”BF” and ”SF” LEDs
If the ”BF” and ”SF” LEDs light up or flash, the ET 200S is not configured correctly.
The tables below shows you the possible error indications together with their
meanings and the necessary action.
The table 7-4 shows the LED states for I slave operation. DP functionality is
irrelevant in stand-alone operation (MPI), and a BF LED is not activated (there is
no LED for transmission rate detection).
Table 7-4
”BF”
LED
LED display for PROFIBUS-DP (IM 151-7 CPU is an I slave)
”SF”
LED
Description
Cause
Error handling
On IM 151-7 CPU
On
On
No connection to
the DP master
IM 151-7 CPU is the active
node ⇒ Bus short-circuit
Check that the connector
for the PROFIBUS-DP is
inserted correctly
IM 151-7 CPU is the
passive node ⇒
Transmission rate detection
No active node at bus, DP
master does not exist or is
switched off, or bus
connection interrupted
Check whether the bus
cable to the DP master is
defective
SF is on due to station failure
Flashing On
Parameter
assignment error;
there is no data
exchange
I slave not configured or
Check the hardware of
incorrectly configured
the ET 200S
Incorrect but permissible
Check the configuration
station address configured
Configured address areas of
the actual configuration not
identical to the target
configuration
and parameterization of
the ET 200S
Check the setting for the
configured address areas
for the master
Station failure of a
configured sender in direct
data communication
DP master does not exist or
is switched off
Off
On
Error in I slave:
Diagnostics
interrupt
Master in STOP
Off
Off
Data exchange
taking place
The target configuration and
actual configuration of the
ET 200S match.
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Switch the DP master to
RUN mode.
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The table 7-5 shows the LED states for DP master operation.
Table 7-5
LED display for PROFIBUS-DP (IM 151-7 CPU is a master)
“BF” LED
on
DP master
module
“SF” LED
on IM 151-7
CPU
Description
On
On
No connection to
the DP slave
Cause
Bus connection
interrupted
Slave does not exist or
is switched off
Bus short-circuit
Error handling
Check that the
connector for the
PROFIBUS-DP is
inserted correctly
Check whether the bus
cable to the DP master
is defective
Evaluate the diagnosis.
Reconfigure or correct
the configuration.
Flashing
On
There is no
data
exchange
Parameter
assignment
error
A connected station
has failed
At least one of the
assigned slaves
cannot be addressed
Configured address
areas of the actual
configuration not
identical to the target
configuration
Check whether the bus
cable is connected to
the CPU or the bus is
interrupted.
Wait until the CPU has
run up. If the LED does
not stop flashing, check
the DP slaves or
evaluate the diagnosis
of the DP slaves.
Check the setting for the
configured address
areas for the master
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7.5
Diagnostics via diagnostic address with STEP 7
Malfunctions that occur in the ET 200S are indicated by the ”SF” LED, and the
cause is entered in the diagnostic buffer of the IM 151-7 CPU. Either the CPU
enters STOP mode, or you can respond to errors by means of error or interrupt
OBs in the user program.
To enable a response to be made, it must be possible to identify whatever caused
the problem by means of a diagnostic address.
Diagnostic addresses
If you run the ET 200S with a DP master from the SIMATIC S7 range on the
PROFIBUS-DP, diagnostic addresses are assigned in STEP 7 as follows:
You specify two diagnostic addresses during configuration:
DP master (SIMATIC S7)
ET 200S
PROFIBUS
Diagnostic address
Diagnostic address
When configuring the DP master, you specify
(in the associated project for the DP master)
a diagnostic address for the ET 200S.
During configuration of the ET 200S, STEP 7
sets the diagnostic address for slot 2 to 2045
by default for the ET 200S (in the associated
project for the ET 200S).
The DP master receives information on the
status of the ET 200S or on a bus
interruption by means of this diagnostic
address.
The ET 200S receives information on the status of
the DP master by means of this diagnostic
address.
Figure 7-2
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Event identification
The table below indicates how the DP master or the IM 151-7 CPU of the ET 200S
identifies changes in operating mode and interruptions in user data transfer.
Table 7-6
Responses to operating mode changes and interruptions in user data transfer in the DP
master and the ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave
What happens ...
Event
Bus interruption
(short-circuit,
connector
removed)
in the DP master
OB 86 is called with the message
Station failure
(incoming event;
diagnostic address of the
IM 151-7 CPU)
With I/O access to transfer area:
in the IM 151-7 CPU
OB 86 is called with the message
Station failure
(incoming event; diagnostic address
of the IM 151-7 CPU)
With I/O access to transfer area:
OB 122 is called
(I/O access error)
OB 122 is called
(I/O access error)
ET 200S:
RUN → STOP
OB 82 is called with the message
ET 200S:
STOP → RUN
OB 82 is called with the message
DP master:
RUN → STOP
–
DP master:
STOP → RUN
–
–
Faulty module
(incoming event;
diagnostic address of the
IM 151-7 CPU; variable
OB82_MDL_STOP=1)
–
Module ok.
(outgoing event;
diagnostic address of the
IM 151-7 CPU;
variable OB82_MDL_STOP=0)
OB 82 is called with the message
Faulty module
(incoming event;
diagnostic address of the
IM 151-7 CPU; variable
OB82_MDL_STOP=1)
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OB 82 is called with the message
Module ok.
(outgoing event;
diagnostic address of the
IM 151-7 CPU; variable
OB82_MDL_STOP=0)
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Evaluation in the user program
The table below indicates how you can evaluate e.g. RUN-STOP transitions in the
DP master (CPU 315-2 DP; 6ES7 315-2AF03-0AB0) and in the ET 200S.
Table 7-7
Evaluation of RUN-STOP transitions in the DP master/ ET 200S with IM 151-7 CPU as the
I slave
In the DP master
In the ET 200S (IM 151-7 CPU)
Diagnostic addresses: (example)
Master diagnostic address=1023
Slave diagnostic address in the master
system=1022
Diagnostic addresses: (example)
Slave diagnostic address, slot 2=2045
Master diagnostic address=not relevant
The CPU calls OB 82 with the following
information:
CPU in the IM 151-7 CPU: RUN → STOP
OB82_MDL_ADDR:=1022
OB82_EV_CLASS:=B#16#39
The CPU generates a diagnostic frame (slave
diagnosis; see the ET 200S Distributed I/O
System manual).
(incoming event)
OB82_MDL_DEFECT:=Module fault
Tip: This information is available in the
diagnostic buffer of the CPU.
In the user program, you should also program
SFC 13 (”DPNRM_DG”) to read out the slave
diagnosis.
CPU: RUN → STOP
The IM 151-7 CPU calls OB 82 with
information including the following:
OB82_MDL_ADDR:=2045
OB82_EV_CLASS:=B#16#39
(incoming event)
OB82_MDL_DEFECT:=Module fault
Tip: This information is available in the
diagnostic buffer of the CPU.
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Slave diagnostics with IM 151-7 CPU used as an
intelligent slave
Structure of the diagnostic frame
Byte 0
Byte 1
Byte 2
Station status 1 to 3
Byte 3
Master PROFIBUS address
Byte 4
Byte 5
High byte
Byte 6
to
Byte x-1
Byte x
to
Byte y-1
Byte y
to
Byte z
1
Low byte
.
.
.
Manufacturer ID
Module diagnostics
(the length depends on the
number of address areas
configured for the intermediate
memory1)
Module status (station diagnosis)
.
.
.
.
.
.
(the length depends on the
number of configured address
areas)
Interrupt status (station diagnosis)
(the length depends on the type
of interrupt)
Exception: If the DP master is incorrectly configured, the DP slave interprets
35 configured address areas (46H in byte 6).
Figure 7-3
Format of the slave diagnostic data
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7.6.1
Station status 1 to 3
Definition
Station status 1 to 3 provides an overview of the status of a DP slave.
Station status 1
Table 7-8
Bit
0
Structure of station status 1 (byte 0)
Description
1: DP slave cannot be addressed by
DP master.
Remedy
Is the correct DP address configured for the
DP slave?
Is the bus connector inserted?
Does the DP slave have power?
Is the RS 485 repeater correctly set?
Execute a reset on the DP slave.
1
1: DP slave is not ready for data
interchange.
Wait; the DP slave is still doing its run-up.
2
1: The configuration data which the
DP master sent to the DP slave do
not correspond with the DP slave’s
actual configuration.
Correct station type or correct configuration
1: Diagnostic interrupt, generated by
RUN-STOP transition of the CPU or
by the SFB 75
You can read out the diagnostic data.
3
of the DP slave entered in the configuration
software?
0: Diagnostic interrupt, generated by
STOP-RUN transition of the CPU or
by the SFB 75
4
1: Function is not supported, for
instance changing the DP address
at the software level.
Check the configuration data.
5
0: This bit is always ”0”.
–
6
1: DP slave type does not correspond
to the software configuration.
Was the configuration software set for the
1: DP slave was parameterized by a
different DP master to the one that
currently has access to it.
Bit is always ”1” when, for instance, you are
7
right station type? (parameter assignment
error)
currently accessing the DP slave via the PD
or a different DP master.
The DP address of the master that
parameterized the slave is located in the
”Master PROFIBUS address” diagnostic
byte.
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Station status 2
Table 7-9
Structure of station status 2 (byte 1)
Bit
Description
0
1: DP slave must be parameterized again and reconfigured.
1
1: A diagnostic message has arrived. The DP slave cannot continue
operation until the error has been rectified (static diagnostic message).
2
1: This bit is always ”1” when there is a DP slave with this DP address.
3
1: The watchdog monitor has been activated for this DP slave.
4
1: DP slave has received ”FREEZE” control command.
5
1: DP slave has received ”SYNC” control command.
6
0: The bit is always at 0.
7
1: DP slave is deactivated, that is to say, it has been removed from the
scan cycle.
Station status 3
Table 7-10 Structure of station status 3 (byte 2)
Bit
Description
0
to
6
0: These bits are always ”0”.
7
1: More diagnostic messages have arrived than the DP slave can
buffer.
The DP master cannot enter all the diagnostic messages sent by the
DP slave in its diagnostic buffer.
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7.6.2
Master PROFIBUS address
Definition
The DP address of the DP master is stored in the master PROFIBUS address
diagnostic byte:
The master that parameterized the DP slave
The master that has read and write access to the DP slave
Master PROFIBUS address
Table 7-11 Structure of the master PROFIBUS address (byte 3)
Bit
0 to 7
Description
DP address of the DP master that parameterized the DP slave and
has read/write access to that DP slave.
FFH: DP slave has not been parameterized by a DP master.
7.6.3
Manufacturer ID
Definition
The manufacturer identification contains a code specifying the DP slave’s type.
Manufacturer ID
Table 7-12 Structure of the manufacturer identification (bytes 4 and 5)
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Byte 4
Byte 5
80H
E2H
Manufacturer identification for
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Module diagnostics
Definition
The module diagnosis indicates for which of the configured address areas of the
intermediate memory an entry has been made.
Structure
The following figure shows the structure of the module diagnosis for the maximum
number of configured address areas.
Byte 6
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
0 1
0
Bit no.
Length of the module diagnosis, including byte 6
(up to 6 bytes, depending on the number of configured address areas)
Code for module diagnosis
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit no.
Byte 7
Target configurationactual configuration
Target configurationactual configuration and slave CPU in STOP
Target configurationactual configuration
Entry for 1st configured address area
Entry for 2nd configured address area
Entry for 3rd configured address area
Entry for 4th configured address area
Entry for 5th configured address area
7 6 5 4 3
2 1 0
Bit no.
Byte 8
Entry for 6th to 13th configured address area
7 6 5 4 3
2 1 0
Bit no.
Byte 9
Entry for 14th to 21st configured address area
7 6 5 4 3
2 1 0
Bit no.
Byte 10
Byte 11
7 6 5 4 3
0 0 0 0 0
Entry for 22nd to 29th configured address area
Bit no.
2 1 0
Entry for 30th configured address area
Entry for 31st configured address area
Entry for 32nd configured address area
Figure 7-4
Structure of the module diagnosis for the IM 151-7 CPU
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7.6.5
Module status
Definition
The module status indicates the status of the configured address areas and
expands on the module diagnosis as regards the configuration. The module status
begins after the module diagnosis and comprises max. 13 bytes.
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Structure
The module status of the IM 151-7 CPU is structured as follows:
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte x
0 0
Length of the module status, including byte x (max. 13 bytes)
Code for the station diagnosis
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Byte x+1
0 Bit no.
1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Status type: Module status
2H = Module status
Code for status message
Byte x+2
Byte x+3
0H
0H
Always ”0”
Always ”0”
7 6
Byte x+4
Bit no.
0 0
0 0
Slot of the CPU
1st configured address area
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte x+5
2nd configured address area
3rd configured address area
4th configured address area
5th configured address area
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte x+6
6th configured address area
7th configured address area
8th configured address area
9th configured address area
00B: Module ok;
valid data
01B: Module fault;
invalid data
(module defective)
10B: Incorrect module;
invalid data
11B: No module;
invalid data
.
.
.
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte y-1
0 0
30th configured address area
31st configured address area
32nd configured address area
Figure 7-5
Structure of the module status
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7.6.6
Interrupt status
Definition
The interrupt status of the station diagnosis provides detailed information about a
DP slave. The station diagnosis begins at byte y and can comprise max. 20 bytes.
Structure
The following figure shows the structure and content of the bytes for a configured
address area of the intermediate memory.
Byte y
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
0 0
Length of the interrupt status, including byte y
(max. 20 bytes)
Code for the station diagnosis
01H: Code for diagnostic interrupt
02H: Code for process interrupt
Byte y+1
Byte y+2
Byte y+3
Byte y+4
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Slot no.:
2
= CPU
4 ... 35 = No. of configured
address area of
intermediate memory
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
00 = No further information
0 0 0 0 0 0
on diagnostic status
01 = Incoming diagnosis
(at least 1 fault
exists)
10 = Outgoing diagnosis
11 = Outgoing diagnosis, but
another fault exists
For
diagnostic
interrupt
only
to
Byte y+7
.
.
.
Diagnostic and interrupt data
Byte z
Example of byte y+2:
CPU
= 02H
1st address area
= 04H
2nd address area
= 05H etc.
Figure 7-6
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Structure of the interrupt status
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Structure of the interrupt data with process interrupt (from Byte y+4 onwards)
With the process interrupt (in byte y+1, code 02H stands for a process interrupt),
the 4 byte interrupt information which you transfer in the intelligent slave with the
SFC 7 ”DP_PRAL” and SFB 75 ”SALRM” when the process interrupt is generated
for the master, is transferred from byte y+4 onwards.
Structure of the interrupt data when a diagnostic interrupt is generated by a
mode change at the intelligent slave (from Byte y+4 onwards)
In the byte y+1, the code stands for diagnostic interrupt (01H). The diagnostic data
contains the 16 byte status information for the CPU. The following figure shows the
assignment of the first 4 bytes of the diagnostic data. The next 12 bytes are always
0.
The content of these bytes corresponds to the content of data record 0 for
diagnosis in STEP 7 (in this case not all bits are assigned).
Byte y+4
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0: IM 151-7 CPU ok
1: IM 151-7 CPU faulty
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte y+5
0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1
Identifier for the address area of the
intermediate memory (constant)
Byte y+6
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
0 0 0 0 0
0 0
0: Operating mode RUN
1: Operating mode STOP
Byte y+7
Figure 7-7
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Byte y+4 to y+7 for the diagnostic interrupt (changed operating status of the
intelligent slave)
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Structure of the interrupt data when a diagnostic interrupt is generated by the
SFB 75 in the intelligent slave (from Byte y+4 onwards)
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte y+4
0
0: Module ok
1: Module fault
Diagnostic data
fixed
by definition
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Refer to the application description
for the SFB 75
Byte y+5
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte y+6
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
More detailed information can be
found in the STEP 7 Online Help or
in the Reference Manual, System
Software for S7-300/400 System
and Standard Functions
Byte y+7
.
.
.
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bit no.
Byte y+19
Figure 7-8
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Byte y+4 to y+7 for diagnostic interrupt (SFB 75)
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7.7
7.7.1
Diagnostic data of the electronic modules
Evaluating diagnostic data of the electronic modules in the user
program
In this section
This section describes the structure of the diagnostic data in the system data. You
must be familiar with this structure if you want to evaluate the diagnostic data of
the electronic modules in the STEP 7 user program.
The diagnostic data is located in the data records
The diagnostic data of a module can be up to 44 bytes in length and is located in
data records 0 and 1:
Data record 0 contains 4 bytes of diagnostic data describing the current status
of a programmable logic controller.
Data record 0 (DS0) is part of the header information of OB 82 (local data bytes
8 to 11).
Data record 1 contains the 4 bytes of diagnostic data that is also contained in
data record 0 and, in addition, up to 40 bytes of module-specific diagnostic
data.
You can read out data record 0 and data record 1 using the SFC 59 ”RD_REC”
and SFB 52 ”RDREC”.
More detailed information
A detailed description of the principles behind evaluating the diagnostic data of
electronic modules in the user program and a description the SFCs which can be
used for this purpose can be found in the STEP 7 manuals.
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Structure of the diagnostic data
Example: 4 channel mixed module
Byte 0
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Module fault
Module class
B#16#00
B#16#00
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
B#16#20
Bytes 8-11
Bytes 12-15
Bytes 16-19
Bytes 20-23
Single fault, channel 0
Single fault, channel 1
Single fault, channel 2
Single fault, channel 3
Channel type
Length diagn. information
Number of channels
Faulty channels
(channel vector)
Byte 24
Byte 25
Byte 26
Byte 27
Bytes 28-31
Bytes 32-35
Bytes 36-39
Bytes 40-43
1
Channel type
Length diagn. information
Number of channels
Faulty channels
(channel vector)
Single fault, channel 0
Single fault, channel 1
Single fault, channel 2
Single fault, channel 3
Information block
Channel-specific
diagnostics
Information block 1
Channel-specific
diagnostics 1
These bytes only appear if the diagnosed module
is a mixed module; bit 7 is then set in byte 4.
Figure 7-9
Structure of the diagnostic data using a 4 channel mixed module as an
example
The number of channel-specific diagnostic bytes depends on the number of
channels in the module. However, at least channel 0 must exist. The minimum
length of data record 1 is therefore 12 bytes.
If, for example, you have a mixed module with 1 input channel and 2 output
channels, the second information block begins at byte 12. In this example, the total
length of the diagnostic data is 24 bytes.
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Structure and content of the diagnostic data bytes 0 to 7
The structure and content of the individual bytes of the diagnostic data are
described below. The following generally applies: If an error occurs, the
corresponding bit is set to ”1”.
Bytes 0 and 1
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Byte 0 0 0 0 0
0
Module fault
External fault
Channel fault exists
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Byte 1 0 0 0 1
Module class (see Table 7-13)
Channel information available
Figure 7-10
Bytes 0 and 1 of the diagnostic data
Module classes
The table below contains the identifiers for the module classes (bits 0 to 3 in
byte 1).
Table 7-13 Identifiers of the module classes
Identifier
Module class
0101
Analog module
0110
CPU
1000
Function module
1001
Digital module (I/O with limited address area)
1100
CP
1101
PS
Bytes 2 and 3
These bytes are not used.
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Bytes 4 to 7
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Byte 4
Channel type
B#16#7B: Input module
B#16#7C: Output module
B#16#7D: PM, FM, VA (motor starter)
Mixed module? 0: No
1: Yes; the diagnostic data for the inputs follows;
the diagnostic data for the outputs is
contained in bytes 12, 16, 20 or 24 onwards
(depends on the channel number of the inputs)
Byte 5
7
0
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
7
Length of the diagnostic information
per channel in bits (= always 32)
0
Number of channels of same
type in a module
Byte 6
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Byte 7
Channel vector
Channel fault, channel 0
Channel fault, channel 1
...
...
...
...
...
Channel fault, channel 6
Channel fault, channel 7
Figure 7-11
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Channel-specific diagnostic data from byte 8 onwards
From byte 8 onwards, data record 1 contains the channel-specific diagnostic data.
The figures below show the assignment of the diagnostic byte for a channel and a
channel group of the specific module. The following generally applies: If an error
occurs, the corresponding bit is set to ”1”.
Single fault of a channel
”Byte y” is the first of four bytes of the channel-specific diagnostics for a channel.
Byte y
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
R
R = Bit is reserved
Short circuit
Power supply too low (lower tolerance violation)
Power supply too high (upper tolerance violation)
Output stage overloaded
Output stage overloaded and overheated
Signal line interrupted or sensor power supply faulty
Upper limit violation
Byte y+1
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
R R R R R R
Lower limit violation
Fault, e.g.: hardware fault in module, sensor power supply faulty,
contactor jammed, load voltage at output, etc.
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Byte y+2
R
Parameter assignment error
Sensor or load voltage missing
Fuse faulty (must be changed by the user)
Ground fault
Error on the reference channel
Process interrupt lost
Actuator warning; e.g.: speed or load current exceeded
Byte y+3
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
R R R R
Actuator shutdown; e.g.: safety shutdown, ground
fault, thermistor has been triggered, etc.
Condition for safety shutdown exists
External fault; e.g.: fault at sensor/actuator, etc.
Unclear fault: fault must be specified more precisely
Figure 7-12
Single fault of a channel
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7.7.4
Example: ET 200S module: 2 AI U (6ES7 134-4FB00-0AB0) each
with diagnostics for channel 0 and 1
The table below shows examples of diagnostic message evaluation for the
specified module.
Byte
number
7-30
Value
Description
0
B#16#0D
Module fault, external fault, channel fault exists
1
B#16#15
Channel information exists; type class = analog module
2
B#16#00
Unassigned
3
B#16#00
Unassigned
4
B#16#7B
Input module, not a mixed module
5
B#16#20
= 32 bit diagnostic information per channel (constant)
6
B#16#02
The module has 2 channels
7
B#16#03
Channel fault at channel 0 and channel 1
8
B#16#80
Channel fault, channel 0: upper limit violation
9
B#16#00
Channel 0: no other fault
10
B#16#00
Channel 0: no other fault
11
B#16#00
Channel 0: no other fault
12
B#16#00
Channel 1: no fault
13
B#16#01
Channel fault, channel 1: lower limit violation
14
B#16#00
Channel 1: no other fault
15
B#16#00
Channel 1: no other fault
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8
In this chapter
In this chapter you will find:
Important features of the IM 151-7 CPU for the PROFIBUS-DP
A list of the CPU functions of the IM 151-7 CPU that you can call with STEP 7,
such as the integrated clock, blocks for the user program and parameters that
can be set
Chapter overview
In
Section
Contents
Page
8.1
Data for the PROFIBUS-DP
8-2
8.2
The mode selector and LEDs
8-4
8.3
SIMATIC Micro Memory Card
8-6
8.4
Memory concept
8-12
8.5
Interfaces
8-26
8.6
Clock
8-28
8.7
S7 connections
8-29
8.8
Communication
8-34
8.9
Routing
8-38
8.10
Data consistency
8-41
8.11
Blocks
8-42
8.12
Parameters
8-44
8.13
Parameterization of the reference junction for the connection of
thermocouples
8-46
8.14
Removal and insertion of modules during operation
8-48
8.15
Switching power modules off and on during operation
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8.1
Data for the PROFIBUS-DP
Device master file
A DDB file contains all the slave-specific properties. The structure of the DDB file
is defined in IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1.
You only need the DDB file if:
You are using the ET 200S with a DP master from the SIMATIC S5 range
(configuration with COM PROFIBUS)
You are using the ET 200S with a non-SIMATIC DP master (configuration with a
non-Siemens tool).
You can download the DDB file from the Internet. You will find all the DDB files
under ”Downloads” on the SIMATIC Customer Support web site:
http://www.ad.siemens.de/csi/gsd
Important features
If you do not have the DDB file to hand, the following table lists the most important
features of the IM 151-7 CPU.
Table 8-1
Attributes from the device database (DDB) file
Feature
DP code word to
IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1
IM 151-7 CPU
Manufacturer ID
Ident_Number
80E2H
Supports FMS
FMS_supp
No
Supports 9.6 kbaud
9.6_supp
Yes
Supports 19.2 kbaud
19.2_supp
Yes
Supports 45.45 kbaud
45.45_supp
Yes
Supports 93.75 kbaud
93.75_supp
Yes
Supports 187.5 kbaud
187.5_supp
Yes
Supports 500 kbaud
500_supp
Yes
Supports 1.5 Mbaud
1.5M_supp
Yes
Supports 3 Mbaud
3M_supp
Yes
Supports 6 Mbaud
6M_supp
Yes
Supports 12 Mbaud
12M_supp
Yes
Supports the FREEZE control command
Freeze_Mode_supp
Yes
Supports the SYNC control command
Sync_Mode_supp
Yes
Supports automatic transmission rate detection
Auto_Baud_supp
Yes
PROFIBUS address modifiable by software
Set_Slave_Add_supp
No
Length of user-specific parameter assignment data
User_Prm_Data_Len
3 bytes
User-specific parameter assignment data
User_Prm_Data
Yes
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Attributes from the device database (DDB) file, continued
Feature
DP code word to
IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1
IM 151-7 CPU
Minimum interval between two slave list cycles
Min_Slave_Intervall
1(100ms)
Modular device
Modular_Station
1
Maximum number of modules
Max_Module
35
Maximum number of inputs in bytes
Max_Input_Len
244
Maximum number of outputs in bytes
Max_Output_Len
244
Maximum combined number of inputs and outputs
in bytes
Max_Data_Len
488
Central display of vendor-specific status and error
messages
Unit_Diag_Bit
Via ”ON” LED
Allocation of values in the station diagnostic field to
texts
Unit_Diag_Area
Unassigned
Identifiers of all address areas for PROFIBUS
Module, End_Module
Yes
Allocation of vendor-specific error types in
channel-specific diagnostic field to texts
Channel_Diag
No
Maximum length of the diagnostic data
Max_Diag_Data_Len
39 bytes
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8.2
The mode selector and LEDs
Mode selector
The mode selector of the IM 151-7 CPU is designed as a 3-step toggle switch (see
below):
RUN
STOP
MRES
Figure 8-1
Mode selector
Positions of the mode selector
The positions of the mode selector are explained in the order in which they are
arranged on the IM 151-7 CPU.
Table 8-2
Positions of the mode selector
Position
Description
Description
RUN
RUN mode
The CPU processes the user program.
STOP
STOP mode
The CPU processes no user program.
Programs can:
Be read out from the CPU using a PD (CPU PD)
Transferred to the CPU (PD CPU)
MRES
Reset CPU
memory
Momentary-contact position of the mode selector for resetting the
CPU memory.
You must adhere to a specific sequence when resetting the CPU
memory using the mode selector (see Section 7.2)
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Meanings of the LEDs for CPU functionality
For the IM 151-7 CPU there are 2 separate LEDs, which indicate the operating
mode of the CPU:
RUN
STOP
You can obtain information on the power supply of the CPU, on force requests and
on general errors via 3 additional LEDs.
Table 8-3
LEDs for CPU functionality
Description
LED
Description
ON (green)
Power on
Comes on when the supply voltage is applied to the CPU
RUN (green)
RUN mode
Shines continuously when the CPU is not processing the user
program.
Flashes at 2 Hz during CPU start-up:
For at least 3 secs, but the CPU start-up can also be shorter.
During the CPU start-up the STOP LED also lights up; when
the STOP LED goes off, the outputs are enabled.
Flashes at 0.5 Hz when the CPU has reached a breakpoint you
have set. At the same time the STOP LED comes on.
STOP (yellow)
STOP mode
Comes on when the CPU
is not processing a user program.
Has reached a breakpoint you have set At the same time the
RUN LED flashes at 0.5 Hz
Flashes at 0.5Hz, when the CPU requests a memory reset (see
Section 7.2).
FRCE (yellow)
Force request
active
Lights up when a force request is active.
SF (red)
Group error
Lights up in the event of
Programming errors
Parameter assignment errors
Calculation errors
Timing errors
I/O errors
Hardware errors
Firmware errors
To determine the exact nature of the error/fault, you have to use a
PD and read out the contents of the diagnostic buffer.
Meanings of other LEDs
The LEDs ”SF” (from the PROFIBUS-DP viewpoint) and ”BF” are described in
Section 7.4.
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8.3
SIMATIC Micro Memory Card
Micro Memory Card
A SIMATIC Micro Memory Card (MMC) is used as a memory module for the
IM 151-7 CPU. The MMC can be used as a load memory and portable data carrier.
It is an essential requirement for operating the IM 151-7 CPU. The following data is
stored on the MMC:
User program (all blocks)
Archives and recipes
Configuration data (STEP 7 projects)
Data for an operating system update, operating system backup
Note
On one MMC you can store either user and configuration data or the operating
system.
Copy protection
The MMC has an internal serial number for the purpose of providing MMC copy
protection at the user level. You can read out this serial number from the SZL parts
list, 011CH Index 8, using the SFC 51 RDSYSST.
For example, you can program a STOP command in a know-how protected block
for the event that the set and actual serial number of the MMC do not match.
More detailed information can be found in the SZL parts list in the instructions list
or in the System and Standard Functions manual.
Features
The SIMATIC micro memory card ensures zero maintenance and retentivity for the
IM 151-7 CPU. More detailed information can be found in Section 8.4.
!
Caution
The module content of a SIMATIC micro memory card can be corrupted if the card
is removed while a write operation is being performed. The MMC must then be
erased at the PD or formatted in the IM 151-7 CPU.
Never remove the MMC in RUN mode; it should only be removed when the
IM 151-7 CPU is in the POWER OFF or STOP mode and only if the PD is not
currently performing a write access operation. If in the STOP mode you are not
sure whether or not the PD is currently performing a write access operation (e.g.
loading/erasing a block), unplug the communication connections beforehand.
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Service life of an MMC
The service life of an MMC mainly depends on the following factors:
1. The number of erasing and programming operations
2. External influences such as the ambient temperature
At an ambient temperature of up to 60° C, the service life of an MMC with max.
100,000 erase/write operations is 10 years.
!
Caution
To prevent data loss, never exceed the maximum number of erase/write
operations.
Compatible SIMATIC Micro Memory Cards
The following memory modules are available:
Table 8-4
Available MMCs
Type
Order numbers
MMC 64k
6ES7 953-8LF00-0AA0
MMC 128k
6ES7 953-8LG00-0AA0
MMC 512k
6ES7 953-8LJ00-0AA0
MMC 2M
6ES7 953-8LL00-0AA0
MMC 4M
6ES7 953-8LM00-0AA0
MMC 8M
6ES7 953-8LP10-0AA0
The MMCs with a 4 MByte and 8 MByte memory are required for a firmware
update.
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Formatting the MMC prior to a memory reset
In certain exceptional cases, you have to format the MMC:
The module type is not a user module.
The MMC has not yet been formatted, is faulty or the data is corrupted.
The content of the MMC has been designated as invalid.
The Load User Program operation has been interrupted by POWER OFF
(see Special Measure).
The Promming operation has been interrupted by POWER OFF
(see Special Measure).
A fault has occurred during evaluation of the module content prior to a memory
reset.
A fault has occurred during formatting, or formatting could not be performed.
If one of the above-described faults has occurred, the CPU also requests another
memory reset after a memory reset has been performed. The content of the card
is retained until the special measure has been completed, unless the Load User
Program or Promming operations are interrupted by POWER OFF.
Description of the special measure:
When the IM 151-7 CPU requests a memory reset (the STOP LED flashes slowly),
format it by operating the selector switch as follows:
1. Set the selector switch to the MRES position and hold it there
(approx. 9 seconds) until the STOP LED remains lit (stops flashing).
2. Within the next 3 seconds you must release the selector switch and move it
back to the MRES position. The STOP LED flashes during the formatting
procedure.
Make sure that you perform the steps in the specified time, otherwise the
MMC will not be formatted and will reassume the Memory Reset status.
The MMC is only formatted if a formatting condition (see above) exists and not e.g.
when a memory reset is requested after a module is changed. In this case,
switching to MRES only results in a standard memory reset whereby the content of
the module remains valid.
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Inserting/changing the card
The MMC is designed so that it can also be removed and inserted when the power
is on. The IM 151-7 CPU must, however, be switched to the STOP mode (see the
warning on page 8-6). The chamfered edge of the MMC prevents the card being
inserted the wrong way round (reverse polarity protection).
There is an eject button on the memory card slot to enable you to remove the card
easily. To eject the card, press the eject button with a small screwdriver or a
ball-point pen.
IM 151-7 CPU
MMC
SIEMENS
SIMATIC
Micro
Memory
Card
6ES7 953Ć8Lx00Ć0AA0
Memory card slot
MEM
Figure 8-2
Ejector
Position of the memory card slot for the MMC on the IM 151-7 CPU
If a new MMC is inserted in the memory card slot, the IM 151-7 CPU requests a
memory reset.
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Firmware update with MMC
To update the firmware, proceed as follows:
Table 8-5
Step
Firmware update with MMC
Action required
Action by the IM 151-7 CPU
1st
Transfer update files to a blank
MMC using STEP 7 and your
programming device ( 4 MB).
-
2.
Deenergize the IM 151-7 CPU and insert the MMC with the FW
update
3.
Switch the power on
The IM 151-7 CPU automatically
detects the MMC with the FW
update and starts the FW update.
All LEDs light up during the FW
update.
The STOP LED flashes after the
FW update has been completed.
In this way, the IM 151-7 CPU
requests a memory reset.
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4.
Deenergize the IM 151-7 CPU and remove the MMC with the FW
update
5.
Switch on the power supply again.
The IM 151-7 CPU performs an
automatic memory reset and is
then ready for operation.
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Backing up the operating system on the MMC
To back up the operating system, proceed as follows:
Table 8-6
Backing up the operating system
Step
Action required
Action by the IM 151-7 CPU
1st
Insert a new micro memory card
( 4 MB) in the CPU
The CPU requests a memory
reset
2.
Hold the mode selector in the
MRES position.
–
3.
Switch the power off then on, and
keep the mode selector in the
MRES position until...
... STOP, RUN and FRCE LEDs
start flashing
4.
Move the mode selector to STOP
–
5.
Move the mode selector briefly to
MRES, then let it snap back to
STOP
The IM 151-7 CPU starts to back
up the operating system on the
MMC.
All the LEDs light up during
backup.
The STOP LED flashes after the
backup has been completed. In
this way, the IM 151-7 CPU
requests a memory reset.
6.
Remove the micro memory card
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8.4
8.4.1
Memory concept
Memory areas of the IM 151-7 CPU
Organization
The memory of the IM 151-7 CPU can be divided into three areas:
IM 151-7 CPU
Working memory
MMC
Load memory
System memory
Figure 8-3
Memory areas of the IM 151-7 CPU
Load memory
The load memory is installed on a SIMATIC micro memory card (MMC). It is used
to record code and data blocks as well as system data (configuration, connections,
module parameters, etc.).
Blocks which are designated as non-process-related are recorded in the load
memory.
The complete configuration data for a project can also be stored on the MMC.
Your program in the load memory (MMC) is always retentive. When downloaded, it
is stored on the MMC such that it is unaffected by power failures and is not erased
by memory resets.
Note
The IM 151-7 CPU can only be operated with the MMC inserted.
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Working memory
The working memory is integrated on the CPU and cannot be expanded. It is used
to process the codes and data of the user program. Program processing is only
performed at the working memory and system memory.
The working memory of the CPU is retentive if the MMC is inserted.
Your data in the working memory is saved on the MMC if the power supply is
interrupted.
System memory
The system memory is integrated on the CPU and cannot be expanded.
It contains
the address areas ”memory markers”, ”timers” and ”counters”
the process images of the inputs and outputs
the local data
For memory markers, timers and counters, you can configure (Properties of the
CPU, Retentivity tab) which parts are to be retentive and which parts are to be
initialized with ”0” when a complete restart (warm restart) is performed.
The diagnostic buffer, MPI address (and transmission rate) as well as the run-time
meter are generally stored in the retentive memory area on the CPU. Retentivity of
the MPI address and transmission rate ensures that your CPU is still able to
communicate following a power failure, a memory reset or the loss of
communication parameters (by removing the MMC or erasing the communication
parameters).
Retentivity
The IM 151-7 CPU has a retentive memory. The retentivity is provided on the MMC
and CPU.
The retentivity means that the content of the retentive memory is retained even
following POWER OFF and a restart (warm restart).
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Retentive behavior of the memory objects
The following table shows the retentive behavior of the memory objects during the
individual operating mode transitions.
Table 8-7
Retentive behavior of the memory objects
Operating mode transition
Memory object
STOP →
RUN
POWER
OFF/
POWER ON
X
Memory reset
User program/data (load memory)
X
X
Current values of the DBs
Can be set in the DB
properties using STEP 7
V5.2 + SP1 (see below)
–
Memory markers, timers and counters
configured as retentive
X
X
–
Diagnostic buffers, run-time meters
X
X
X
MPI address, transmission rate
X
X
X
x = retentive; – = not retentive
Retentive behavior of a DB in IM 151-7 CPU
For IM 151-7 CPU, you can use STEP 7 (as of V5.2 + SP1) or the SFC 82
“CREA_DBL” (Parameter ATTRIB → Bit NON_RETAIN) to set whether, for
POWER OFF/ON or STOP → RUN, a DB is to
retain the current values (retentive DB) or
adopt the initial values from the load memory (non-retentive DB).
Table 8-8
Retentive behavior of the DBs in IM 151-7 CPU
In the event of a POWER OFF/ON or a CPU restart, the DB is to
Receive the initial values
(non-retentive DB)
Background:
Retain the last current values
(retentive DB)
Background:
In the event of a POWER OFF/ON or a CPU In the event of a POWER OFF/ON or a CPU
restart (STOP → RUN), the current values
restart (STOP → RUN), the current values
of the DB are not retentive. The DB receives of the DB are retained.
the initial values from the load memory.
Prerequisite in STEP 7:
Prerequisite in STEP 7:
The “Non-Retain” checkbox is activated
The “Non-Retain” checkbox is not
in the block properties of the DB or
A non-retentive DB was generated with
the SFC 82 “CREA_DBL” and the
associated block attribute (ATTRIB →
Bit NON_RETAIN).
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activated in the block properties of the
DB or
A retentive DB was generated with the
SFC 82.
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8.4.2
Memory functions
Introduction
You use the memory functions to generate, modify or erase user programs and
individual blocks. The memory functions also allow you to archive your own project
data in order to ensure the retentivity of your data.
General: Downloading the user program using the PD/PC
The complete user program is downloaded to the IM 151-7 CPU from the MMC
using the PD/PC. In certain situations, all of the blocks stored in the load memory
may be erased when the user program is downloaded.
In the load memory, blocks occupy the space specified under ”Load Memory
Requirement” in the ”General Block Properties”.
Programming device
MMC
SIEMENS
SIMATIC
Stored on
the hard disk
Micro
Memory
Card
6ES7 953Ć8Lx00Ć0AA0
Load memory
Code blocks
Code blocks
Data blocks
Data blocks
Working memory
Process-related
parts of the code
and data
blocks
Comments
Symbols
Figure 8-4
Load and working memory
The program cannot be started until all of the blocks have been loaded.
Note
The function is only permitted when the CPU is in STOP mode.
The load memory remains empty if loading could not be completed owing to a
power failure or invalid blocks.
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Downloading a user program to the MMC using the PD/PC
Case A: Downloading a new user program
You have created a new user program. Download the complete program to the
MMC using the PD/PC.
Case B: Reloading blocks
You have already created a user program and downloaded it to the MMC (case A).
You can then add further blocks to the user program. To do so, you do not have to
download the complete user program to the MMC again; you only have to reload
the new blocks to the MMC (this method shortens the loading time in the case of
very complex programs!).
Case C: Overloading
In this case, you make changes to blocks of your user program. You then overload
the user program or only the modified blocks to the MMC using the PD/PC.
!
Warning
When blocks/a user program are overloaded, all of the data stored on the MMC
under the same name is lost.
When a block has been downloaded, the content in the case of process-related
blocks is transferred to the working memory and activated.
Erasing blocks
When a block is erased, it is deleted from the load memory. It is possible to erase
data blocks from the user program (SFC 23 ”DEL_DB”).
If memory in the working memory has been occupied by this block, this memory is
released.
Uploading
Unlike downloading, uploading involves loading individual blocks or a complete
user program from the CPU to the PD/PC. In this case, the blocks have the same
content as when last downloaded to the MMC. Process-related data blocks are the
exception; they receive the current values.
Uploading blocks or the user program from the CPU using STEP 7 does not have
any effect on the memory assignment of the CPU.
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Compression
Compression fills any gaps between memory objects which are formed by loading
and erasing operations in the load and working memory. Contiguous areas of free
memory are then available.
Compression is possible when the CPU is in both the STOP and RUN mode.
Promming (RAM to ROM)
With promming, the current values of the data blocks are transferred from the
working memory to the load memory where they serve as new initial values for the
DB.
Note
The function is only permitted when the CPU is in STOP mode.
The load memory remains empty if the function could not be completed owing to a
power failure.
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Removing/inserting the MMC
The IM 151-7 CPU cannot run if there is no MMC inserted in the IM 151-7 CPU (no
load memory available). Practical operation is only possible if an MMC has been
inserted and a memory reset has been performed.
Removal and insertion of an MMC is detected by the IM 151-7 CPU in all operating
modes.
Removing:
1. The IM 151-7 CPU must be in the STOP mode.
2. The PD must not be performing any write access operations (e.g. loading
blocks)
3. When the MMC is removed, the IM 151-7 CPU requests a memory reset
!
Caution
The module content of a SIMATIC micro memory card can be corrupted if the card
is removed while a write operation is being performed. The MMC must then be
erased at the PD or formatted in the IM 151-7 CPU.
Never remove the MMC in RUN mode; it should only be removed when the
IM 151-7 CPU is in the POWER OFF or STOP mode and only if the PD is not
currently performing a write access operation. If in the STOP mode you are not
sure whether or not the PD is currently performing a write access operation (e.g.
loading/erasing a block), unplug the communication connections beforehand.
Inserting:
The MMC with the appropriate user program is inserted as follows:
1. Insert the MMC
2. The IM 151-7 CPU requests a memory reset
3. Acknowledge the memory reset
If the IM 151-7 CPU requests a memory reset again owing to an incorrect MMC
or an MMC with a firmware update being inserted, proceed as described in
Section 8.3 under Special Measure.
4. Start the IM 151-7 CPU
!
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Warning
Make sure that the MMC to be inserted contains the user program appropriate for
the IM 151-7 CPU (for the system). An incorrect user program can have serious
effects on processing.
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Memory reset
A memory reset restores defined conditions following removal/insertion of the
micro memory card so that the IM 151-7 CPU can be restarted (warm restart).
When the memory is reset, the memory administration system of the
IM 151-7 CPU is reorganized. All blocks of the load memory are retained. All
process-related blocks are transferred again from the load memory to the working
memory; this initializes the data blocks in the working memory (they receive their
initial values from the load memory again).
The memory reset procedure and the special points associated with it are
described in Section 7.2.
Restart (warm restart)
All DBs retain their current values.
All retentive Ms, Cs and Ts retain their values.
All non-retentive user data is initialized:
– M, C, T, I, O with ”0”
All processing levels start from the beginning.
The process images are erased.
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8.4.3
Address areas
Overview
The system memory of the IM 151-7 CPU id divided into address areas (see the
table below). In your program, you use the appropriate operations to address the
data directly in the respective address area.
Table 8-9
Address areas of the system memory
Description
Address area
Process image of the inputs
At the beginning of each OB 1 cycle, the IM 151-7 CPU
reads the inputs out of the input modules and stores the
values in the process image of the inputs.
Process image of the outputs
During the cycle, the program calculates the values for the
outputs and stores them in the process image of the
outputs. At the end of the OB 1 cycle, the IM 151-7 CPU
writes the calculated output values to the output modules.
Memory markers
This area provides memory for intermediate results
calculated in the program.
Timers
Timers are available in this area.
Counter
Counters are available in this area.
Local data
This memory area records the temporary data of a code
block (OB, FB, FC) during the period in which this block is
being processed.
Data blocks
See Section 8.4.4
The Instruction list tells you which address areas are possible with your CPU.
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Process image of the inputs and outputs
If the address areas ”inputs” (I) and ”outputs” (O) are addressed in the user
program, the signal states on the digital electronic modules are not checked, but
instead a memory area in the system memory of the CPU is accessed. This
memory area is referred to as the process image.
The process image is divided into two parts: the process image of the inputs and
the process image of the outputs.
Advantages of the process image
The advantage of accessing the process image over accessing the electronic
modules directly is that a consistent image of the process signals is available to the
CPU for the duration of cyclic program processing. If a signal state at an input
module changes during program processing, the signal state is retained in the
process image until the process image is updated in the next cycle. Furthermore,
accessing the process image requires much less time than accessing the
electronic modules directly because the process image is located in the system
memory of the CPU.
Updating the process image
The process image is updated by the operating system cyclically. The figure below
shows the processing steps within a cycle.
Startup program
Startup
Writing the process image of the outputs
to the electronic modules
PII
Cycle time
PIQ
Reading the inputs from the electronic modules and
updating the data in the process image of the
inputs
Processing the user program (OB 1 and
all blocks called in the program)
User program
CCP (OpSy)
Figure 8-5
Processing steps within a cycle
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Local data
The following are stored as local data:
The temporary variables of code blocks
The start information of the organization blocks
Transfer parameters
Intermediate results
Temporary variables
When creating blocks, you can declare temporary variables (TEMP) which are only
available while the block is being processed and are then overwritten again. This
local data has a fixed length for each OB. The local data must be initialized before
the first read access operation. Furthermore, each organization block requires 20
bytes for its start information. Local data is accessed faster than data in the DBs.
The IM 151-7 CPU has memory for the temporary variables (local data) of blocks
that have just been processed. This memory is divided equally between the priority
classes. Each priority class has its own local data area.
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Caution
All temporary variables (TEMP) of an OB and its subordinate blocks are stored in
the local data. The local data area could overflow if you use a large number of
nesting levels for block processing.
The IM 151-7 CPU changes to the STOP mode if you exceed the permitted
quantity of local data in a priority class.
Take into consideration the amount of local data required by the synchronous fault
OBs. In each case, the local data requirement is assigned to the responsible
priority class.
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8.4.4
Handling data in DBs
Recipes
A recipe is a collection of user data.
A simple recipe concept can be realized using non-process-related data blocks.
The recipes should have the same structure (length). There should be one DB for
each recipe.
Processing sequence of a recipe
The recipe is to be stored in the load memory:
The individual data records of the recipes are created as non-process-related
DBs using STEP 7 and downloaded to the IM 151-7 CPU. The recipes therefore
only occupy space in the load memory and not in the working memory.
Working with the recipe data:
Calling the SFC 83 ”READ_DBL” from the user program causes the data record
of the current recipe to be read out of the DB in the load memory and into a
process-related DB in the working memory. As a result, the working memory
only has to accommodate the data from one data record.
The user program can now access the data of the current recipe.
Load memory
(MMC)
Working memory
(IM 151-7 CPU)
Recipe 1
Recipe 2
SFC 83
READ_DBL
Current
recipe
:
Recipe n
Figure 8-6
SFC 84
WRIT_DBL
Handling recipe data
Writing back a modified recipe:
Calling the SFC 84 ”WRIT_DBL” from the user program writes new or modified
data records of a recipe, which are created during program processing, back to
the load memory.
The data written to the load memory is not erased by a memory reset and is
transferrable.
If modified data records (recipes) are to be stored on the PD/PC, they can be
uploaded and stored there as a complete block.
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Measured value archives
Measured values are created when the user program is processed by the
IM 151-7 CPU. These measured values are to be archived and evaluated.
Processing sequence of a measured value archive
Collecting the measured values:
The measured values in the working memory are collected in a DB (for
alternating buffer operation in several DBs) by the IM 151-7 CPU.
Archiving the measured values:
Calling the SFC 84 ”WRIT_DBL” from the user program moves the measured
values in the DB to the load memory before the data volume can exceed the
memory capacity of the working memory.
Load memory
(MMC)
Working memory
(IM 151-7 CPU)
Measured values 1
Measured values 2
SFC 82
CREA_DBL
Current
measured values
:
Measured values n
Figure 8-7
SFC 84
WRIT_DBL
Handling measured value archives
Calling the SFC 82 ”CREA_DBL” from the user program generates new
(additional) DBs as non-process-related DBs in the load memory. These
non-process-related DBs do not require space in the working memory.
Note
If a DB with the same name already exists in the load memory and/or working
memory, the SFC 82 is terminated and an error display is generated.
The data written to the load memory is not erased by a memory reset and is
transferrable.
Evaluating the measured values:
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The measured value data blocks stored in the load memory can be uploaded
and evaluated by other communication partners (e.g. PD, PC, ...).
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MMC access
Note
Active system functions SFC 82 to 84 (current access to the MMC) have a major
influence on PD functions (e.g. status block, status variable, download block,
upload block, open block). Their performance is typically 10 times lower
(compared to non-active system functions).
To prevent data loss, never exceed the maximum number of erase/write
operations of an MMC. Refer also to Section 8.3.
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Caution
The module content of a SIMATIC micro memory card can be corrupted if the card
is removed while a write operation is being performed. The MMC must then be
erased at the PD or formatted in the CPU.
Never remove the MMC in RUN mode; it should only be removed when the CPU is
in the POWER OFF or STOP mode and only if the PD is not currently performing
a write access operation. If in the STOP mode you are not sure whether or not the
PD is currently performing a write access operation (e.g. loading/erasing a block),
unplug the communication connections beforehand.
8.4.5
Storing/download entire projects on/from Micro Memory Cards
You will find a detailed description of these functions in the Online Help for STEP 7.
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8.5
Interfaces
The IM 151-7 CPU has a coexistent MPI/DP interface X1.
The DP master module has a PROFIBUS-DP master interface X2.
The interfaces are described below.
MPI interface
The MPI (Multi Point Interface) is the interface of the IM 151-7 CPU to a PD/OP
and the interface allowing communication in an MPI network. The IM 151-7 CPU
has an MPI interface which functions with RS 485.
The typical (default) transmission rate is 187.5 kbaud. The IM 151-7 CPU supports
all MPI transmission rates.
The IM 151-7 CPU automatically sends its set bus parameters (e.g. the
transmission rate) to the MPI interface. A programming device, for example, is
thus supplied with the correct parameters and can automatically connect to an MPI
subnetwork.
Note
You can only connect PDs to the MPI subnetwork during operation.
Other nodes (e.g. OP, TP, ...) should not be connected to the MPI subnetwork
during operation, otherwise the transmitted data could be corrupted by
interference noises or global data packets could be lost.
PROFIBUS-DP interface
The PROFIBUS-DP interface is mainly used to connect distributed I/Os. You use
the PROFIBUS-DP to configure extended subnetworks. Transmission rates of up
to 12 Mbaud are possible on the PROFIBUS.
The IM 151-7 CPU has a PROFIBUS-DP interface. This can be configured to be
active or passive.
The IM 151-7 CPU as active station sends the set bus parameters (e.g. the
transmission rate) to the PROFIBUS-DP interface. A programming device, for
example, is thus supplied with the correct parameters and can automatically
connect to a PROFIBUS subnetwork. The sending of bus parameters can be
deactivated in the configuration settings.
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DP master interface
The DP master interface on the DP master module is used to connect the
distributed I/O (slaves). Transmission rates of up to 12 Mbaud are possible.
The DP master interface can be configured to be a DP master or to be inactive.
As a DP master the interface requires a configuration. Slaves can be operated
when the configuration is loaded; PD/OP functions and routing are possible.
The interface is always inactive when there is not configuration.
Which devices can be connected to which interface?
Table 8-10 Connectable devices
MPI
PD/PC
OP/TP
S7-300/400 with MPI
interface
S7-200
(only with 19.2 kbaud)
PROFIBUS-DP
DP master
Actuators/sensors
S7-300/400 with
PROFIBUS-DP interface
PD/PC
OP/TP
DP master interface
DP slaves
Actuators/sensors
S7-300/400 with
PROFIBUS-DP interface
PD/PC
OP/TP
Further information
More detailed information on the individual connections can be found in the
Communication with SIMATIC manual.
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8.6
Clock
The IM 151-7 CPU has an integrated hardware clock.
Setting, reading and programming the clock
You set and read the clock using the programming device (see the STEP 7) User
Manual) or program the clock in the user program using SFCs (see the System
and Standard Functions Reference Manual and Instruction list).
Features
The table below indicates the features and functions of the clock.
When you parameterize the CPU in STEP 7, you can also set functions such as
synchronization via the MPI interface and correction factors (refer to the STEP 7
online help for information on how to do this).
Table 8-11 Features of the clock
Features
Type
Manufacturer setting
IM 151-7 CPU
Hardware clock
DT#1994-01-01-00:00:00
Backup
By means of integrated capacitor
Backup time
Typ. 6 weeks
(at ambient temperature of 40 °C)
Run-time meter
1
Behavior of the clock when power is off
The clock of the CPU continues to run after the power has been switched off.
When the backup time has expired, the clock begins to run at the time at which the
power was switched off.
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8.7
S7 connections
Introduction
If S7 modules communicate with each other, a so-called S7 connection is built up
between the modules. This forms the communication route.
Note
Global data communication does not require S7 connections.
Each communication connection requires S7 connection resources on the CPU;
these must exist for the duration of the specific connection.
Therefore, a specific number of S7 connection resources is made available on
each S7 CPU that are used by different communication utilities (PD/OP
communication, S7 communication or S7 basic communication).
What are S7 connection points?
The S7 connection between communications-capable modules is established
between connection points. Therefore, the S7 connection always has two
connection points: an active and a passive connection point.
The active connection point is assigned to the module that builds up the S7
connection.
The passive connection point is assigned to the module that accepts the S7
connection.
Each communications-capable module can become a connection point of an S7
connection. At the connection point, the established communication connection
always occupies one S7 connection of the specific module.
Pass-through point of an S7 connection
If you use the routing functionality, the S7 connection between two
communications-capable modules is built up over several subnetworks. These
subnetworks are connected to each other through a gateway. The module that is
used to implement this gateway is called the router. Thus, the router is the
pass-through point of an S7 connection.
The IM 151-7 CPU can be a router of an S7 connection if a DP master module has
been plugged in. The IM 151-7 CPU can build up a maximum of 4 routing
connections that do not restrict the quantity structure of the S7 connections.
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Assigning S7 connections
The S7 connections on a communications-capable module can be assigned in
various ways:
Reserving connections during configuration
If, in STEP 7, a CPU is plugged in when the hardware is configured, S7
connections are automatically reserved on this CPU for both the PD and OP
communication.
For PD and OP communication and for S7 basic communication, the S7
connections can be reserved in STEP 7.
Assigning connections by programming
For the S7 basic communication, the connection is established via the user
program. The CPU operating system initiates the build up of the connection and
the corresponding S7 connections are assigned.
Assigning connections upon commissioning, testing and diagnosis
S7 connections for the PD communication are assigned by means of an online
function on the Engineering Station (PD/PC with STEP 7):
If an S7 connection was reserved in the CPU for PD communication when the
hardware was configured, it is allocated to the Engineering Station, i.e. it is
simply assigned.
If all reserved S7 connections for PD communication have already been
assigned and unreserved S7 connections are still fee, the operating system
allocates a connection that is still free. If there are no longer any free
connections, the Engineering Station cannot communicate online with the CPU.
Assigning connections for B&B utilities
S7 connections for the OP communication are assigned by means of an online
function on the B&B Station (OP/TP/... with ProTool):
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If an S7 connection was reserved in the CPU for OP communication when the
hardware was configured, it is allocated to the B&B Station, i.e. it is simply
assigned.
If all reserved S7 connections for OP communication have already been
assigned and unreserved S7 connections are still fee, the operating system
allocates a connection that is still free. If there are no longer any free
connections, the B&B Station cannot communicate online with the CPU.
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Sequence of the assignment of S7 connections
When the system is configured with STEP 7, parameter blocks are generated that
are read out when the module is initialized. Thus, the module operating system
reserves or assigns the corresponding S7 connections. This means, for example,
that an Operator Station cannot access a reserved S7 connection for PD
communication.
If the module (CPU) also has S7 connections that are not reserved, these are free
to be used as required. The assignment of these S7 connections is in the order in
which the requirements arises.
Example
If there is only one remaining free S7 connection on the CPU, you can connect a
PD to the bus. The PD is then able to communicate with the CPU. However, the
S7 connection is only assigned when the PD communicates with the CPU.
If you connect an OP to the bus at precisely the time when the PD is not
communicating, the OP builds up a connection to the CPU. However, because an
OP, unlike a PD, maintains a permanent communication connection, you will no
longer be able to establish a connection via the PD.
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Distribution of the S7 connections
The distribution of the S7 connections of the CPUs are shown in the table below:
Table 8-12 Distribution of the S7 connections
Communication utility
PD communication
OP communication
S7 basic communication
Distribution
So that the assignment of the S7 connections does not
depend solely on the sequence in which the various
communication utilities arise, S7 connections can be reserved
for these utilities.
For the PD and OP communication, at least one S7
connection is reserved for each as a preassignment.
The table below and the technical data show the S7
connections that can be adjusted and the presettings for the
IM 151-7 CPU. A “redistribution“ of the S7 connections is set
up in STEP 7 when the CPU is parameterized.
S7 communication
Other communication
connections (e.g. via
CP 343-1 with data
lengths 240 byte)
Routing of PD functions
(only for IM 151-7 CPU
with DP master module)
Global data
communication
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The available S7 connections that have not been reserved for
a specific utility (PD/OP communication, S7 basis
communication) are assigned for this purpose.
The CPUs make available 4 connections for routing from PD
functions. These connections are additional to the S7
connections.
This communication utility does not use S7 connections.
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Availability of the S7 connections
The table below shows the S7 connections available on the IM 151-7 CPU.
Table 8-13 Availability of the S7 connections
IM 151-7 CPU
Parameters
Total number of S7 connections
12
Reserved for PD communication
1 to 11
Default: 1
Reserved for OP communication
1 to 11
Default: 1
Reserved for S7 basic communication
0 to 10
Default: 0
Free S7 connections
All unreserved S7 connections are shown
as free connections.
Example of an IM 151-7 CPU
The IM 151-7 CPU makes 12 S7 connections available:
Reserve 2 S7 connections for PD communication.
Reserve 3 S7 connections for OP communication.
Reserve 1 S7 connection for S7 basic communication.
There remain 6 S7 connections for other communication utilities, such as S7
communication, OP communication, etc.
More detailed information
More detailed information on SFCs can be found in the Instruction list, in the
STEP 7 Online Help or in the System and Standard Functions Reference
Manual.
More detailed information on communication can be found in the
Communication with SIMATIC manual.
More detailed information on routing can be found in Chapter 8.9 and in the
STEP 7 Online Help.
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8.8
Communication
Communication utilities of the IM 151-7 CPU
The selected communication utility influences
the functionality available to the user
whether or not an S7 connection is required
the time at which the connection is set up
The user interface can be very different (SFC, SFB, ...) and also depends on the
used hardware (SIMATIC-CPU, PC, ...).
The IM 151-7 CPU provides the following communication utilities:
Table 8-14 Communication utilities of the IM 151-7 CPU
Communication utility
Functionality
S7 connection
Via
MPI
Via
DP
PD communication
Commissioning, testing,
diagnostics
Set up by the PD as soon as the
utility is used
x
x
OP communication
Operating and monitoring
Set up by the OP when switched
on
x
x
S7 basic communication
Data exchange
Programmed by means of blocks
(parameters at SFC)
x
–
S7 communication
Data exchange
IM 151-7 CPU only as server;
connection set up by the
communication partner
x
x
Global data
communication
Cyclic data exchange
(e.g. memory markers)
Does not require an S7
connection
x
–
Routing of PD functions
For example, testing and
diagnosis across network
boundaries
Set up by the PD as soon as the
utility is used
x
x
Chapters 4 and 1 contain information on network configuration and addressing.
PD communication
PD communication enables data exchange between engineering stations (e.g. PD,
PC) and communications-capable SIMATIC modules. The utility is possible on MPI
and PROFIBUS subnetworks. The transition between subnetworks is also
supported.
PD communication provides functions which are required for downloading
programs and configuration data, for executing tests and evaluating diagnostic
information. These functions are integrated in the operating system of the
SIMATIC S7 modules.
A CPU can maintain several online connections to one or more PDs
simultaneously.
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OP communication
OP communication enables data exchange between operator stations (e.g. OP,
TP) and communications-capable SIMATIC modules. The utility is possible on MPI
and PROFIBUS subnetworks.
OP communication provides functions which are required for operation and
monitoring. These functions are integrated in the operating system of the
SIMATIC S7 modules.
A CPU can maintain several connections to one or more OPs simultaneously.
S7 basic communication
S7 basic communication enables data exchange between S7-CPUs and
communications-capable SIMATIC modules within an S7 station (acknowledged
data exchange). Data is exchanged by means of non-configured S7 connections.
The utility is possible on the MPI subnetwork or in the station of function modules
(FM).
S7 basic communication provides functions which are required for data exchange.
These functions are integrated in the operating system of the IM 151-7 CPU.
The user can use the utility via the ”System Function” user interface (SFC).
S7 communication
The IM 151-7 CPU can only be a server in S7 communication. The connection is
always set up by the communication partner. The utility is possible on MPI and
PROFIBUS subnetworks.
The utilities are processed by the operating system without an explicit user
interface.
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Global data communication
Global data communication enables the cyclic exchange of global data (e.g. I, O,
M) between SIMATIC S7-CPUs (unacknowledged data exchange). The data is
sent to all CPUs in the MPI subnetwork simultaneously by the CPU. The function is
integrated in the operating system of the IM 151-7 CPU.
Transmit and receive conditions
You should observe the following conditions for communication in GD circles:
The following must apply for the sender of a GD packet:
Scan rateSender x Cycle timeSender 60 ms
The following must apply for the recipient of a GD packet:
Scan rateRecipient x Cycle timeRecipient
< Scan rateSender x Cycle timeSender
A GD packet could be lost if you do not observe these conditions. Reasons for this
are:
the performance of the ”smallest” CPU in the GD circle
global data is sent and received asynchronously by the sender and recipient
If in STEP 7 you set: ”Send After Each CPU Cycle” and the CPU has a short CPU
cycle (< 60 ms), the operating system could then overwrite a GD packet on the
CPU which has not yet been sent. The loss of global data is indicated in the status
field of the GD circle, provided that you have configured this option with STEP 7.
Scan rate
The scan rate indicates how many cycles the GD communication is divided into.
You can set the scan rate when configuring the global data communication in
STEP 7. If, for example, you select a scan rate of 7, global data communication
only occurs every 7 cycles. This relieves the load on the CPU.
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GD resources
The table below shows the GD resources of the IM 151-7 CPU.
Table 8-15 GD resources of the IM 151-7 CPU
IM 151-7 CPU
Parameters
Number of GD circles per CPU
Max. 4
Number of transmit GD packets per GD circle
Max. 1
Number of transmit GD packets for all GD circles
Max. 4
Number of receive GD packets per GD circle
Max. 1
Number of receive GD packets for all GD circles
Max. 4
Data length per GD packet
Max. 22 bytes
Consistency
Max. 22 bytes
Scan rate (default)
1 to 255 (8)
Routing
By means of an IM 151-7 CPU configured as a master and with STEP 7 as of V5.2
+ Service Pack 1, you can reach S7 stations across different subnetworks (MPI
interface / PROFIBUS-DP interface) using a PD/PC.
For example, you can load user programs or a hardware configuration or perform
testing and commissioning functions.
Note
If you use the your CPU as an I slave, the routing function can only be used when
the DP interface is active.
Activate the Commissioning/Test Mode checkbox in the DP interface properties in
STEP 7 (see Section 4.1).
Detailed information can be found in the Programming with STEP 7 manual or
directly in the STEP 7 Online Help.
More detailed information
More detailed information on SFCs can be found in the Instruction list, in the
STEP 7 Online Help or in the System and Standard Functions Reference
Manual.
More detailed information on communication can be found in the
Communication with SIMATIC manual.
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8.9
Routing
Access from a PD/PC to stations in another subnetwork
As of STEP 7 V5.2 + Service Pack 1, you can reach S7 stations across
subnetwork boundaries with the PD/PC when using IM 151-7 CPU and the DP
master module, for example to load user programs or a hardware configuration or
to perform testing and diagnosis functions.
The routing function lets you connect a PD anywhere in the network and
establish a connection to any station that can be reached via the gateways.
The IM 151-7 CPU makes available 4 connections for routing PD functions. These
connections are additional to the S7 connections.
Note
If you use the your IM 151-7 CPU as an I slave, the routing function can only be
used when the DP interface is active.
Activate the Commissioning/Test Mode checkbox in the DP interface properties in
STEP 7.
Detailed information can be found in the Programming with STEP 7 manual or
directly in the STEP 7 Online Help.
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Gateway
The gateway from one subnetwork to one or more other subnetworks lies in a
SIMATIC station that has interfaces to the respective subnetworks. Thus, in the
diagram below, the CPU 31xC-2 DP acts as a router between subnetwork 1 and
subnetwork 2.
Programming device
S7 station
e.g. IM 151-7 CPU
with the DP master
module
as DP master
S7 station
ET 200S
DP slave
Subnetwork 2 (e.g.
PROFIBUS-DP
network)
Subnetwork 1 (e.g. MPI
network)
Figure 8-8
Routing gateway
Prerequisites
The modules of the station are “capable of routing” (CPUs or CPs).
The network configuration does not extend beyond the project boundaries.
The modules have loaded in them the configuration information that contains
the current “knowledge” on the entire network configuration of the project.
Reason: All modules that participate in the gateway must contain information on
which subnetworks can be reached along which routes (= routing information).
The PD/PC with which you wish to establish a connection via a gateway must
be assigned in the network configuration to the network to which it is actually
physically connected.
The CPU must be configured as a master.
If the CPU is configured as a slave, the Commissioning/Test Mode functionality
must be activated in the DP interface properties for the DP slave in STEP 7.
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Application example: TeleService
As an application example, the following figure shows the teleservice of an S7
station by a PD. The connection is established across subnetwork boundaries and
by means of a modem connection.
The lower section of the figure show how easily this can be configured in STEP 7.
e.g. IM 151-7 CPU with
the DP master module
as the DP master
Actual
configuration
e.g. ET 200S
DP slave
Programming device
TeleService
adapter
Modem
Modem
Subnetwork 2 (e.g.
PROFIBUS-DP
network)
Subnetwork 1
(e.g. MPI network)
Configuring in STEP 7
e.g. IM 151-7 CPU with
the DP master module
as the DP master
e.g. ET 200S
DP slave
Programming device
Subnetwork 2 (e.g. PROFIBUS-DP
network)
Subnetwork 1 (e.g. MPI network)
Figure 8-9
Routing – TeleService application example
More information ...
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More information on the configuration using STEP 7 can be found in the
Configuring hardware and connections with STEP 7 manual.
More basic information can be found in the Communication with SIMATIC
manual.
More information on the TeleService adapter can be found in the Internet. In the
Manual Search section, you can find the relevant documentation to download
under the A5E00078070 search term.
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8.10
Data consistency
A data area is said to be consistent if it can be read/written by the operating
system as a single block. The data that is transmitted together between devices
should stem from one processing cycle and thus should form a unit, i.e. be
consistent.
If there is a programmed communication function in the user program, for example
X-SEND/ X-RCV, that accesses shared data, the access to this data area itself can
be coordinated using the “BUSY“ parameter.
For PUT/GET functions
For S7 communication functions, such as PUT/GET and read/write via OP
communication, that do not require a block in the user program of the CPU (as
server), the size of the data consistency must be taken into account during
programming.
The PUT/GET functions of the S7 communication or reading/writing of variables
via the OP communication are processed in the cycle checking point of the CPU.
To ensure a defined process alarm reaction time, the communication variables are
consistently copied in blocks of a maximum of 64 bytes in the cycle checkpoint of
the operating system into and out of the user memory or memories. Data
consistency is not guaranteed for any large data areas.
If a defined data consistency is required, the communication variables in the user
program of the CPU may not exceed 64 bytes in size.
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8.11
Blocks
This section provides an overview of the blocks that run in the IM 151-7 CPU.
The operating system is designed for event-driven processing of the user program.
The following tables show which organization blocks (OBs) the operating system
automatically invokes in response to which events.
More information
You will find a detailed description of the blocks in the
System and Standard Functions Reference Manual. There is an overview of all the
STEP 7 documentation in the ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual.
Overview of all the blocks
Table 8-16 Overview of the blocks
Block
Number
Area
OB
17
–
FC
512
0-511
–
FB
512
0-511
–
DB
511
1-511
SFC
61
–
–
All SFCs for the CPU are found in the
Instruction list.
SFB
11
–
–
All SFBs for the CPU are found in the
Instruction list.
Maximum size
16 kB
Remarks
All the possible OBs are found in the
Instruction list.
0 is reserved
A maximum of 1024 blocks (number of FBs + FCs + DBs) can be loaded in each
IM 151-7 CPU.
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SFC 55 ”WR_PARM”, SFC 56 ”WR_DPARM”, SFC 57 ”PARM_MOD”, SFC 58
”WR_REC”
The use of SFCs 55 to 58 in conjunction with your IM 151-7 CPU is not
recommended owing to the static module parameters.
If you do use SFCs 55 to 58 in conjunction with your IM 151-7 CPU, the
IM 151-7 CPU could malfunction.
Points to note about OB 122
Note
Note the following about OB 122:
The CPU enters the value ”0” in the following temporary variables of the variable
declaration table in the local data of the OB:
Byte No. 3: OB122_BLK_TYPE
(type of block in which the error occurred)
Byte No. 8 and 9: OB122_BLK_NUM
(number of block in which the error occurred)
Byte No. 10 and 11: OB122_PRG_ADDR
(address of block in which the error occurred)
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8.12
Parameters
Parameterizable features
The properties and responses of the IM 151-7 CPU can be parameterized. You
carry out this parameterization on different tabs in STEP 7.
Which parameters can be set for the IM 151-7 CPU?
The following table contains all the parameter blocks for the IM 151-7 CPU. The
parameters are explained in the STEP 7 online help.
Table 8-17 Parameter blocks, settable parameters and their ranges for the IM 151-7 CPU
Parameter
blocks
Settable parameters
Range
Startup
Startup at preset configuration not equal to
actual configuration
Yes/no
Startup after power on
Warm restart
Monitoring time for:
”Finished” message by means of modules
1 to 650
(100 ms)
Transfer of the parameters to modules
1 to 10000
(100 ms)
Diagnostics/Clock
Report cause of STOP
Yes/no
Synchronization in PLC
Type
Interval
None/as master
1 s/10 s/1 min/10 min/1 h/12 h/24 h
Synchronization to MPI
Retentivity
Time-of-day
interrupts
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Type
Interval
None/as master/as slave
Correction factor
–10000 to +10000
Number of memory bytes starting with MB 0
0 to 255
Number of S7 timers starting with T 0
0 to 255
Number of S7 counters starting with C 0
0 to 255
OB 10 activation
Yes/no
OB 10 execution
1 s/10 s/1 min/10 min/1 h/12 h/24 h
None
Once
Every minute
Hourly
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Last day of the month
Annually
Start date for the OB 10
Year-month-day
Start time for the OB 10
Hours:minutes
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Parameter
blocks
Settable parameters
Range
Cyclic interrupts
Periodicity of the OB 35 (ms)
1 to 60000
Cycle/clock
memory
Scan cycle monitoring time (ms)
1 to 6000
Cycle load from communication (%)
10 to 50
OB85 call at I/O access error
For each access
For incoming and outgoing
errors
No call
Protection
Clock memory
Yes/no
Memory byte
0 to 255
Level of protection
1: Key switch
2: Write protection
3: Write/readprotection
Mode
Process mode:
permissible cycle increase
(ms)
from 3 to 65535
Test mode
Communication
Parameters
PD communication
1 to 11
OP communication
1 to 11
S7 basic communication
0 to 10
Interference frequency suppression
50 Hz / 60 Hz
Bus length (see Note)
1 m / 1 m
Number of reference junctions
1
Activated
Slot
Channel number
Yes/no
From 5 to 66
0/1
Note
The configuration length of an ET 200S station must not exceed 2 meters.
When does the CPU ”accept” the parameters?
The CPU accepts the parameters (configuration data) you have set:
After POWER ON or a memory reset of the inserted memory module
After the configuration data has been transferred without errors to the CPU
online in STOP mode
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8.13
Parameterization of the reference junction for the
connection of thermocouples
If you want to use the IM 151-7 CPU in an ET 200S system with thermocouples
and reference junctions, set the following parameters in the properties section of
the hardware configuration:
Table 8-18 Parameterization of the reference junction
Range
CPU parameter
Explanation
Activation of the reference
junction
Activated/not activated You can enable the reference junction with this
parameter. Only then can you continue to
Example, see
parameterize the reference junction.
Figure 8-10
Slot
None/5 to 66
Example, see
Figure 8-10
Channel number
RTD on channel 0
RTD on channel 1
Example, see
Figure 8-10
RTD module parameter
Measurement
type/measurement range
Range
You can use this parameter to assign the RTD
module slot to the reference junction.
You can use this parameter to define the
channel (0/1) for reference temperature
measurement (determining the compensation
value) for the assigned RTD module slot.
Explanation
Resistance/temperatur If you use a channel of the RTD module for
e measurement, e.g.
reference junction parameterization, you must
parameterize the measurement
RTD-4L Pt 100
type/measurement range for this channel as
standard range
RTD-4L Pt 100 climatic range.
TC module parameter
Range
Explanation
Reference junction number
1
This parameter allows you to assign the
reference junction (1) that contains the
reference temperature (compensation value).
Reference junction channel 0
and reference junction
channel 1
None, RTD
You can enable the use of the reference
junction with this parameter.
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Figure 8-10
Example of a parameterization dialog box for the CPU module parameters in
STEP 7 V5.2 + SP1
Reference
You can find detailed information on the procedure, the connection system and an
example of parameterization in the chapter entitled Analog Electronic Modules in
the ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual.
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8.14
Removal and insertion of modules during operation
Removing and inserting one module at a time in the case of the IM 151-7 CPU with
local ET 200S I/Os is possible during operation and in an energized state.
Exceptions
The CPU itself must not be removed during operation and in an energized state.
Removal and insertion of modules in an energized state and during operation
When removing and inserting modules in an energized state and during operation,
refer both to the specifications in the manual and to the restrictions in the manual
ET 200S Distributed I/O System, Section: ”Wiring and fitting”.
!
Warning
When an output module is inserted, the outputs set by the user program become
active immediately. We therefore advise you to set the outputs to ”0” in the user
program before removing the module.
If you do not remove and insert modules correctly (see the manual: ET 200S
Distributed I/O System, Chapter: ”Wiring and fitting”.) the system could
malfunction. Adjacent modules could be affected.
What happens when modules are removed during operation
When you remove a module from the ET 200S I/O system during operation, OB 83
is called and a corresponding diagnostic buffer entry is created (event ID 3861H),
irrespective of whether the power module is switched on or off.
If OB 83 is in the memory of the CPU, the IM 151-7 CPU remains in RUN.
The absence of the module is noted in the system status list.
If the module that has been removed is accessed from the user program, an I/O
access error occurs with a corresponding entry in the diagnostic buffer. In addition,
OB 122 is called.
If OB 122 is in the memory of the CPU, the IM 151-7 CPU remains in RUN.
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What happens when modules are inserted during operation
If you reinsert a module that has been removed in the ET 200S I/O system during
operation, the CPU carries out a preset/actual comparison for the inserted module.
This compares the configured module with the one that is actually inserted. The
following activities occur depending on the result of the preset/actual comparison:
Modules that cannot be parameterized
The following activities occur irrespective of whether the power module of the
inserted module is switched on or off.
Table 8-19 Result of the preset/actual comparison in modules that cannot be
parameterized
Inserted module = configured module
Inserted module0configured module
OB 83 is called with the corresponding
diagnostic buffer entry (event ID 3861H).
OB 83 is called with the corresponding
diagnostic buffer entry (event ID 3863H).
The module is entered in the system status
list as available.
The module remains entered in the system
status list as unavailable.
Direct access is again possible.
Direct access is not possible.
Modules that can be parameterized
The following activities only occur when the power module of the inserted module
is switched on.
Table 8-20 Result of the preset/actual comparison in the case of parameterizable modules
with the power module switched on
Inserted module = configured module
Inserted module 0 configured module
OB 83 is called with the corresponding
diagnostic buffer entry (event ID 3861H).
OB 83 is called with the corresponding
diagnostic buffer entry (event ID 3863H).
The CPU reparameterizes the module.
The CPU does not parameterize the
module.
If parameter assignment is successful, the
module is entered in the system status list
as available.
The module remains entered in the system
status list as unavailable.
Direct access is again possible.
Direct access is not possible.
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The following activities only occur if the power module of the inserted module is
switched off.
Table 8-21 Result of the preset/actual comparison in the case of parameterizable modules
with the power module switched off
Inserted module = configured module
Inserted module 0 configured module
OB 83 is called with the corresponding diagnostic buffer entry (event ID 3861H).
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When the power module is switched on, the
CPU reparameterizes the module.
When the power module is switched on, the
CPU does not parameterize the module.
If parameter assignment is successful, the
module is entered in the system status list
as available.
The module remains entered in the system
status list as unavailable.
Direct access is again possible.
Direct access is not possible.
The SF LED on the module remains lit.
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8.15
Switching power modules off and on during operation
What happens when power modules are switched off during operation
If the load power voltage to a power module is switched off during operation, the
following activities take place:
If you enable diagnostics during parameter assignment for the power module,
diagnostic interrupt OB 82 (diagnostic address of the power module) is called
with the corresponding diagnostic buffer entry (event 3942H).
The power module is entered as present but faulty in the system status list.
Switching off the load power supply has the following effects on the modules
supplied by the power module:
The SF LED on the modules lights up.
The modules can continue to be accessed without an I/O access error
occurring.
The outputs of the modules are deenergized and inactive for the process.
The inputs of digital modules and FM modules return 0; the inputs of analog
modules return 7FFFH.
What happens when power modules are switched on during operation
If the load power supply to a power module is switched on during operation, the
following activities take place:
If you enable diagnostics when assigning parameters for the power module, the
diagnostic interrupt OB 82 (diagnostic address of the power module) is called
with the corresponding diagnostic buffer entry (event 3842H).
The power module is entered as present and o.k. in the system status list.
Switching on the load power supply has the following effects on modules supplied
by the power module:
The SF LED on the modules goes out.
The modules regain their full functionality.
Removal and insertion of power modules during operation
You can find a list of activities that occur if you remove or insert power modules
during operation in Section 8.14.
Removal and insertion has the same effects as switching the load power supply off
and on for the modules that are supplied by the power module.
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Cycle and Response Times
9
Introduction
In this chapter you will learn what make up the cycle and response times of the
ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU.
You can use the PD to read out the cycle time of your user program
(see the STEP 7 user manual).
The response time is more important for the process. In this chapter we will show
you in detail how to calculate the response time.
Chapter overview
In Section
Contents
Page
9.1
Cycle time
9-2
9.2
Response time
9-5
9.3
Interrupt response time
9-8
Execution times
For the STEP 7 instructions that can be processed by the CPUs can be found
in the Instruction list.
For the SFCs/SFBs integrated in the CPUs can be found in the Instruction list.
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9.1
Cycle time
Cycle time – a definition
The cycle time is the time that the operating system requires to process a program
cycle – i.e. an OB 1 cycle – as well as all the program sections and system
activities interrupting this cycle.
This time is monitored.
Components of the cycle time
Factors
Remarks
Operating system execution time
See Table 9-1
Process image transfer time (PII and
PIQ)
See Table 9-2
User program execution time
Is calculated from the execution times of the
individual instructions and a CPU-specific factor
(see Table 9-3).
Loading through interrupts
See Table 9-4
The following figure shows the components that make up the cycle time:
Operating
system
Acyclic user
program (e.g. OB
40/82)
Interrupts
PII
Operating
system
Cyclic user program
(OB 1)
PIQ
Figure 9-1
9-2
Component parts of the cycle time
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Extending the cycle time
Note that the cycle time of a user program is extended by the following:
Time-controlled interrupt handling
Process interrupt handling (see also Section 9.3)
Diagnostics and error handling (see also Section 9.3)
Operating system processing time
The operating system execution time for the IM 151-7 CPU is found in Table 9-1.
The specified time does not include the execution of:
Testing and commissioning functions such as status/control of variables or
block status
Functions: Load block, delete block, compress block
Communication
Writing and reading the MMC with SFC 82 to 84
Table 9-1
Operating system processing time in the scan cycle checkpoint
IM 151-7 CPU
Sequence
600 ms
Operating system processing time
Process image transfer time
The table below contains the CPU times for process image updating (process
image transfer time). The specified times can be longer as a result of interrupts
that occur or by communication involving the IM 151-7 CPU.
(Process image = PI)
The CPU time for process image updating is calculated as follows:
K + A + D = Process image transfer time, in which K, A and D equal the following:
Table 9-2
Process image updating
Designation
Times in the IM 151-7 CPU
Bus length v 1 m
Bus length u 1 m
K Base load
100 ms
150 ms
Q Bytes in the PI for the ET 200S I/O
60 ms per byte
80 ms per byte
D Per word in the DP area
1 ms
1 ms
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User program scanning time:
The user program scanning time is made up of the sum of the execution times for the
instructions and SFCs called. These execution times can be found in the instruction
list. You also have to multiply the user program scanning time by an interface
module-specific factor.
In the IM 151-7 CPU, this factor depends on the following:
Table 9-3
Dependency of the user program scanning time
Range
Dependency
The number of modules inserted
0 to 63
You can calculate the factor for your application approximately using the following
rule of thumb for the IM 151-7 CPU:
+
1.1
0.005 x number of modules
=
Multiplier for your user program
Delay of the inputs and outputs
You have to take into account the following delay times, depending on the
expansion module:
For digital inputs:
The input delay time
For digital outputs:
Negligible delay times
For analog inputs:
Cycle time of the analog input
For analog outputs:
Response time of the analog output
Extending the cycle by nesting interrupts
Table 9-4 shows typical extensions of the cycle time through nesting of an
interrupt. The program runtime at the interrupt level must be added to these. If
several interrupts are nested, the corresponding times need to be added.
Table 9-4
Extending the cycle by nesting interrupts
IM 151-7 CPU
Interrupts
9-4
Process interrupt
500 µs
Diagnostic interrupt
600 µs
Time-of-day interrupt
400 µs
Delay interrupt
300 µs
Watchdog interrupt
150 µs
Status interrupt/update interrupt/manufacturer-specific
interrupt
600 µs
Programming/access error/runtime system error
400 µs
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Response time
Response time for the ET 200S with the IM 151-7 CPU
The response time is the time from the detection of an input signal at the ET 200S
with the IM 151-7 CPU to the modification of an associated output signal via the
inputs and outputs of the expansion modules.
Factors
The response time depends on the cycle time and the following factors:
Factors
Delay of the inputs and outputs
Remarks
You can find the delay times in the technical
specifications of the electronic modules in
the ET 200S Distributed I/O System
manual.
Range of fluctuation
The actual response time lies between a shortest and a longest response time.
You must always reckon on the longest response time when configuring your
system.
The shortest and longest response times are considered below to let you get an
idea of the width of fluctuation of the response time.
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Cycle and Response Times
Shortest response time
The following figure shows you the conditions under which the shortest response
time is obtained.
Delay of the inputs
Response time
PII
The status of the observed input changes immediately
before reading in the PII. The change in the input
signal is therefore taken account of in the PII.
Operating
system
User
program
PIQ
The change in the input signal is processed
by the user program here.
The response of the user program to the input signal
change is passed on to the outputs here.
Delay of the outputs
Figure 9-2
Shortest response time
Calculation
The (shortest) response time consists of the following:
1 process image transfer time for the inputs +
1 operating system processing time +
1 program scanning time +
1 process image transfer time for outputs +
Delay of the inputs and outputs
This corresponds to the sum of the cycle time and the delay of the inputs and
outputs.
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Longest response time
The following figure shows what the longest response time consists of.
Delay of the inputs +
2 DP cycle time at the PROFIBUS-DP
PII
Operating
system
While the PII is being read in, the status of
the observed input changes. The change in
the input signal is no longer taken into
account in the PII.
Response time
User
program
PIQ
The change in the input signal is taken
account of in the PII here.
PII
Operating
system
User
program
The change in the input signal is processed
by the user program here.
PIQ
The response of the user program to the
input signal change is passed on to the
outputs here.
Delay of the outputs +
2 DP cycle time at the PROFIBUS-DP
Figure 9-3
Longest response time
Calculation
The (longest) response time consists of the following:
2 process image transfer time for the inputs +
2 process image transfer time for the outputs +
2 operating system processing time +
2 program scanning time +
4 run time of the DP slave frame (incl. processing in the DP master) +
Delay of the inputs and outputs
This corresponds to the sum of 2x cycle time and delay of the inputs and outputs
plus 4x DP cycle time.
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9.3
Interrupt response time
Interrupt response time – a definition
The interrupt response time is the time from the first occurrence of an interrupt
signal to the call of the first instruction in the interrupt OB of the IM 151-7 CPU.
The following generally applies: Interrupts of higher priority have precedence. This
means that the program processing time of the higher-priority interrupt OB and of
the not yet processed interrupt OBs of the same priority which occurred previously
(queue) is added to the interrupt response time.
Interrupt response times
Table 9-5
Interrupt response times of the IM 151-7 CPU (without communication)
Interrupt response times (without communication)
for...
Process interrupt, diagnostic interrupt
Duration
Less than 20 ms
Process interrupt handling
Process interrupt handling begins when the process interrupt OB 40 is called.
Higher-priority interrupts cause the process interrupt handling routine to be
interrupted. Direct accesses to the I/Os are made at the execution time of the
instruction. After process interrupt handling has been completed, either cyclic
program scanning is continued or additional interrupt OBs of the same priority or a
lower priority are called and processed.
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10
In this chapter
In this chapter you will find:
The technical specifications of the IM 151-7 CPU interface module
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10.1
Technical specifications of the IM 151-7 CPU
Order numbers
Interface module IM 151-7 CPU:
6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0
DP master module:
6ES7 138-4HA00-0AB0
SIMATIC micro memory card (MMC):
(see Section 8.3)
6ES7 953-8Lxx0-0AA0
Features
The IM 151-7 CPU interface module has the following features:
Intelligent slave with RS 485 interface to the PROFIBUS-DP
Stand-alone operation (MPI) possible
48 kByte working memory, non-expandable, retentive with inserted MMC
Plug-in load memory on the MMC, up to 8 MBytes
Powerfail-proof storage of the user program and configuration via MMC
Configurable with STEP 7, as of V5.1 + Service Pack 4
Maximum configuration of the local I/Os:
– 63 ET 200S modules
– Bus length of 2 meters
In addition to the features listed above, the IM 151-7 CPU interface module with
the DP master module has DP master functionality. Up to 32 DP slaves can be
connected to the DP master interface. You will require STEP 7 of V5.2 + SP1 or
higher to configure the system.
General technical specifications
The IM 151-7 CPU / DP master module meets the general technical specifications
of the ET 200S distributed I/O system. You will find these standards and test
specifications in the chapter entitled ”General technical specifications” in the
ET 200S Distributed I/O System manual.
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Terminal assignment for the IM 151-7 CPU
Table 10-1 Terminal assignment for the interface module IM 151-7 CPU
Signal name
View
IM 151-7 CPU
1
6
7
8
9
2
3
4
5
RS 485 interface
1 L+2L+ 1M 2M
Description
1 –
–
2 M24
External 24 VDC supply
3 RxD/TxD-P
Data line B
4 RTS
Request To Send
5 M5V2
Data reference potential (from the
station)
6 P5V2
Supply plus (from the station)
7 P24
External 24 VDC supply
8 RxD/TxD-N
Data line A
9 –
–
1 L+
24 VDC
2L+
24 VDC (to loop through)
1M
Masse
2M
Chassis ground (to loop through)
Table 10-2 Pin assignment of the DP master module
Signal name
View
DP master module
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
RS 485 interface
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1 –
–
2 –
–
3 RxD/TxD-P
Data line B
4 RTS
Request To Send
5 M5V2
Data reference potential (from the
station)
6 P5V2
Supply plus (from the station)
7 –
–
8 RxD/TxD-N
Data line A
9 –
–
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Basic circuit diagram for the IM 151-7 CPU
PROFIBUS-DP master
(RS 485)
A
B
Galvanic
isolation
DP master module
PROFIBUS-DP connection
(RS 485)
Backplane bus
ET 200S
backplane bus
interface module
STOP
Electronics
RUN
SF
A
B
Galvanic
isolation
CPU
(mP, RAM)
RUN
STOP
MRES
BF
Mode selector
FRCE
ON
MMC
Figure 10-1
10-4
L+
Internal power
supply
M
Basic circuit diagram for the IM 151-7 CPU
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Technical specifications
MLFB
6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0
Preset
Timing range
Hardware version
Firmware version
Matching
02
IEC timers
Yes
V2.1.0
Number
Unlimited
(limited only by the
working memory)
Type
SFB
CPU and product version
STEP 7 starting with
programming
package
V5.1 + SP6 (for
IM 151-7 CPU)
Optional:
–
S7-SCL
–
S7-GRAPH
STEP 7 as of
V5.2 + SP1 (for
IM 151-7 CPU with
the DP master
module)
No retentive timers
10 ms to 9990 s
Data areas and their retentive features
Total retentive data area All
(incl. memory markers,
timers, counters)
Memory markers
256 bytes
Retentivity
Preset
Adjustable
Memory
Clock memory
8 (1 memory byte)
Working memory
Data blocks
Max. 511 (DB 0
reserved)
Size
Max. 16 kByte
Local data per priority
class
Max. 510 bytes
Integral
Expandable
48 kBytes
Load memory:
Plug-in
(MMC up to 8 MB)
Data storage on the
At least 10 years
No
1024
(FBs + FCs + DBs)
FBs
Max. 512
Size
Max. 16 kBytes
FCs
Max. 512
Size
Max. 16 kBytes
DBs
Max. 511
Size
Max. 16 kBytes
Min. 2 µs
OBs
See Instruction list
Size
Max. 16 kByte
Min. 6 µs
Nesting depth:
Guaranteed by MMC
(maintenance-free)
Processing times
Processing times for
Bit instructions
Word instructions
Fixed-point math
Min. 0.1 µs
Min. 0.2 µs
instructions
Floating-point math
Blocks
Total
MMC
(after the last
programming)
Backup
MB 0 to MB 15
instructions
Timers, counters and their retentive features
Per priority class
Additional levels
8
4
within an error OB
S7 counters
256
Retentivity
Preset
Counting range
Adjustable
Address areas (inputs/outputs)
From C 0 to C 7
Total I/O address area
Max.
2048 bytes/2048 bytes
IEC counters
Yes
Process image
Number
128 bytes/128 bytes
(not adjustable)
Digital channels
Max. 16336/16336
Central
248/248
Type
Unlimited
(limited only by the
working memory)
SFB
Analog channels
Max. 1021/1021
S7 timers
256
Central
124/124
Retentivity
Adjustable
0 to 999
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Technical Specifications
Configuration rules
Number
Max. 10
Max. 63 I/O modules per station
Monitor block
Yes
Station width <1 m or <2 m
Single sequence
Yes
Max. 10 A per load group (power module)
Breakpoint
2
Master interface module, right, near the
IM 151-7 CPU (X2 interface)
Diagnostic buffer
Yes
Number of inputs
Max. 100 (not
adjustable)
Time
Clock
Hardware clock
Buffered
Backup time
Yes
Accuracy
Deviation per day10 s
Run-time meter
1
Number
Range
0
Typ. 6 weeks (at
ambient temperature of
40 °C)
0 to 231 hours
(when using the
SFC 101)
Selectivity
Retentive
1 hour
Time synchronization
Yes
In the PLC
On the MPI
No
Yes; must be restarted
with every restart
Communication functions
PD/OP communication
Yes
Global data
communication
Yes
Number of GD
Max. 4
packets
–
Sender
Max. 4
–
Receiver
Max. 4
Size of GD packets
–
Number of which
consistent
Yes
User data per job
Max. 76 bytes
–
Number of which
consistent
Master/slave
Max. 12
(depending upon the
configurations
configured for PG/OP
and S7 basis
communication)
Process diagnostic
messages
ALARM_S,
ALARM_SC,
ALARM_SQ
Simultaneously
Max. 40
active Alarm_S
blocks
Status/modify variables
Yes
Variable
Inputs, outputs, memory
markers, DBs, timers,
counters
Number of variables Max. 30
–
Of which status
variables
Max. 30
Of which modify
variables
Max. 14
Force
Yes
Variable
Inputs, outputs
10-6
76 bytes
(XSEND/XRCV)
64 bytes
(XPUT/XGET)
as server
S7 communication
Yes (server)
User data per job
Max. 180 bytes
–
Number of which
consistent
64 bytes
S5-compatible
communication
No
Standard
communication
No
Number of connections
Max. 12
Used for
Testing and commissioning functions
–
22 bytes
S7 basic
communication
S7 message functions
Number of logon-able
stations for signaling
functions (e.g. OS)
Max. 22 bytes
PD communication
–
Reserved
(default)
OP communication
–
Reserved
(default)
S7 basic
Max. 11
1
Max. 11
1
Max. 10
communication
–
Reserved
(default)
Routing
0
Max. 4
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Technical Specifications
As slave only when
the interface is
active
With the
IM 151-7 CPU as
the DP master
Automatic
transmission rate
search
Intermediate
Type of interface
Integrated RS 485
interface
Physical system
RS 485
Galvanically isolated
Yes
Power supply to the
interface
(15 to 30 V DC)
Max. 80 mA
244 I bytes/244 O bytes
memory
–
Address areas
Interfaces
On IM 151-7 CPU (X1)
Yes (only with passive
interface)
DPV1
Device master file
32 with a maximum of
32 bytes each *
No
You can find the current
device master file at
http://www.ad.siem
ens.de/csi_e/gsd.
On the DP master module (X2)
Type of interface
External interface
through the master
module
6ES7138-4HA00-0AB0)
Functionality
MPI
PROFIBUS-DP
Yes
Physical system
RS 485
DP slave
(active/passive)
Galvanically isolated
Yes
Point-to-point
No
Power supply to the
interface
(15 to 30 VDC)
No
connection
MPI
Number of
Functionality
12**
connections
Utilities:
–
PD/OP
communication
Yes
–
Routing
Yes (with master
module)
MPI
PROFIBUS-DP
Point-to-point
Number of
–
S7 basic
communication
Yes
–
–
S7
communication
Yes (only server)
Yes
–
Routing
Yes
–
Global data
communication
No
–
S7 basic
communication
No
–
S7
communication
Yes (only server)
–
Direct
communication
Yes
–
Clock
synchronism
Yes
–
SYNC/FREEZE
Yes
Yes
–
Activate/deactiva Yes
te DP slaves
Up to 12 Mbaud
–
DPV1
Max. 12 Mbaud
12**
connections
Utilities:
–
PD/OP
communication
Yes
–
Routing
Yes (only with active
interface and in the
master operating mode)
Transmission rates
Utilities:
PD/OP
communication
DP slave
Direct
communication
12**
connections
Yes
–
No
DP master
Global data
communication
Number of
DP master
connection
–
Transmission rates
No
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Technical Specifications
Transmission rates
Number of DP
Up to 12 Mbaud
Galvanic isolation
32
Between the supply
slaves per station
Address area
Max. 2 kbytes I/
2 kbytes O
User data per DP
Max. 244 bytes I/
244 bytes O
slave
Between
Between the supply
STEP 7 (LAD, FBD,
STL)
Stored instructions
See Instruction list
Nesting levels
8
System functions (SFCs)
See Instruction list
System function blocks
(SFBs)
See Instruction list
User program security
Yes
Between the
Permitted potential
difference
Between different
60 x 119.5 x 75
Insulation tested at
35 x 119.5 x 75
Current consumption
from supply voltage (1L+)
Approx. 200 g
IM 151-7 CPU
IM 151-7 CPU +
Approx. 100 g
Rated supply voltage
24 VDC
Permissible range
Polarity reversal
20.4 to 28.8 V
Approx. 250 mA
Approx. 280 mA
Power supply for the Max. 700 mA
ET 200S backplane
bus
Power losses
Yes
protection
500 VDC
DP master module
Voltages, currents, potentials
Typ. 3.3 W
*
Yes
protection
Voltage failure
75 VDC, 60 VAC
circuits
Weight
Short-circuit
Yes
PROFIBUS-DP
slave and
PROFIBUS-DP
master
Installation dimensions
WHD (mm)
IM 151-7 CPU
DP master module
Yes
voltage (1L+) and
PROFIBUS-DP
Dimensions and weight
IM 151-7 CPU
DP master module
Yes
PROFIBUS-DP and
all other circuit
components
Programming
Programming language
Yes
voltage (1L+) and all
other circuit
components
5 ms
Up to the maximum size of the intermediate
memory
** Attention: 12 connections per CPU, not per
interface.
buffering
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11
If you download your existing user program for the IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0) to an IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0), you may
encounter the following problems:
The SFC 56, SFC 57 and SFC 13 may work asynchronously
A number of asynchronous SFCs are always processed or, under certain
conditions, already processed following the first call (”quasi-synchronous”) on the
IM 151-7 CPUs (6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0).
These SFCs actually run asynchronously on the IM 151-7 CPUs
(6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0). The asynchronous processing may continue for several
OB 1 cycles. As a result, a queue within an OB may become a continuous loop.
SFC 56 ”WR_DPARM”; SFC 57 ”PARM_MOD”
This SFCs always function ”quasi-synchronously” on stand-alone
IM 151-7 CPUs (6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0).
They function asynchronously on stand-alone IM 151-7 CPUs
(6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0) and distributed IM 151-7 CPUs.
Note
If you use the SFC 56 ”WR_DPARM” or SFC 57 ”PARM_MOD”, you should
always evaluate the BUSY bit of the SFCs.
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SFC 13 ”DPNRM_DG”
This SFC always runs “quasi-synchronously” when called in OB 82.
It always runs asynchronously on the IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0).
Note
In the user program, all that should take place is that the task should be called in
the OB 82. The evaluation of the data, which should take into account the BUSY
bits and the acknowledgement in the RET_VAL, should take place in the cyclic
program.
Tip:
We recommend using the SFB 54 instead of the SFC 13 with the IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0).
SFC 20 ”BLKMOV”
Previously this SFC could also be used to copy data from a non-process-related
DB.
The SFC 20 no longer has this functionality. The SFC 83 ”READ_DBL” must now
be used for this purpose.
SFC 54 ”RD_DPARM”
This SFC is no longer available. The asynchronous SFC 102 ”RD_DPARA” must
be used instead.
SFCs which may give different results
If you only use logical addressing in your user program, you can ignore the
following points.
If you use address conversions in the user program (SFC 5 ”GADR_LGC”, SFC 49
”LGC_GADR”), you must check the slot assignment and logical start address
assignment for DP slaves.
The diagnostic address of the DP slave is now always assigned to slot 0
(station proxy).
The DP slave is integrated in STEP 7:
The interface module (slot 2) may have its own address
(e.g. IM 151-7 CPU as I slave).
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Changed runtimes during program processing
If you have created a user program that is optimized for the execution of certain
processing times, it is important to note the following when using the
IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0):
Program processing in the IM 151-7 CPU is significantly faster.
Functions that require MMC access (e.g. system runup, program download in
RUN, DP station recovery, etc.), may run slower on the IM 151-7 CPU.
Changing the diagnostic addresses of DP slaves
It is important to note that the diagnostic addresses for the slaves may have to be
reassigned in some cases since two diagnostic addresses per slave are
sometimes required due to adaptation to the DPV1 standard.
The virtual slot 0 has its own address (diagnostic address of the station proxy).
The module state data for this slot (read out with SFC 51 ”RDSYSST”) contains
the identifiers which affect the complete slave/station, e.g. the ”Station Faulty”
identifier. The station failure and station recovery are also signaled in the OB 86
of the master via the diagnostic address of the virtual slot 0.
Furthermore, slot 2 also has its own address in the case of modules integrated
in STEP 7 (e.g. IM 151-7 CPU as I slave). This address is used to signal the
change in operating state in the diagnostic interrupt OB 82 of the master, e.g.
with IM 151-7 CPU as I slave.
Note
Reading out the diagnosis with SFC 13 “DPNRM_DG”:
The diagnostic address originally assigned still functions. Internally, STEP 7
assigns slot 0 to this address.
If you use the SFC 51 ”RDSYSST” to read out, for example, module state
information or rack/station state information, you must also take the changed
meaning of the slots and the additional slot 0 into consideration.
Using consistent data areas in the process image with DP slaves
Below is a list of the points to which you must pay attention with communication in
a DP master system if you want to transfer I/O areas with the ”Total Length”
consistency.
If the address area of consistent data is in the process image, this area is
updated automatically.
You can also use the SFCs 14 and 15 to read and write consistent data.
If the address area for consistent data is outside the process image, you must
use the SFCs 14 and 15 to read and write consistent data.
It is also possible to address the consistent areas directly (for example, L PIW
or T PQW).
You can transfer a maximum of 32 bytes of consistent data.
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Changing IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7Ax00..) to IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0)
Replacing an IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0) with an IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0) in the configuration
If the user does not make any changes to the configuration, the functional settings
in the configuration are set to default values if an IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0) is replaced with an IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0).
This has the following effect:
The IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0) was set to ”No DP” (i.e.
stand-alone).
→ the IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0) is set to ”MPI”.
The IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0) was set to ”DP Slave”.
→ the IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0) is also set to ”DP Slave”.
Information for replacement in HWConfig
Marking and then replacing the IM 151-7 CPU does not function.
Replacement is only possible after the rack has been selected.
PD/OP functions
In IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7Ax00-0AB0), PD/OP functions at the DP interface
were only possible at an active interface.
In IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0), these functions are possible at both
passive and active interfaces. However, the performance at the passive interface is
noticeably lower.
In IM 151-7 CPU with a DP master module, the PD/OP functions are also available
via the DP master interface.
Routing in IM 151-7 CPU used as an I slave
If you are using the IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0) as an intelligent slave,
the routing function can only be used when the DP interface is active.
Activate the Commissioning/Test Mode checkbox in the DP interface properties in
STEP 7.
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New functionality of the IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0)
Coexistent MPI/DP interface (active/passive) (see Section 8.5)
DP master interface in combination with the DP master module (see
Chapters 6.1 and 8.5)
New memory concept (see Section 8.4)
Global data communication (see Section 8.8)
This utility is used to enable the cyclic exchange of global data between
SIMATIC S7-CPUs (and therefore also the IM 151-7 CPU).
S7 basic communication (see Section 8.8)
This utility is used to enable data exchange between the IM 151-7 CPU and
communications-capable SIMATIC modules within an S7 station. The SFCs 65
to 74 are provided to support this.
MMC up to 8 MBytes (see Section 8.3)
Data storage (see Section 8.4.4)
The data is stored on an MMC and then downloaded back to the CPU using the
SFCs 82 to 84.
Storage of the STEP 7 project on an MMC (see Section 8.4.5)
New SFBs
The SFBs 52 to 54 and SFB 75 to IEC 61784-1 are supported.
32-bit run-time meter
The meter is operated using the SFC 101.
Routing (with DM master module)
Non-retentive DBs (created using SFC 82 or in STEP 7) (see Chapter 8.4.1)
Master functionality of the IM 151-7 CPU with the DP master module
Activation/deactivation of DP slaves via the SFC 12
Slaves that were deactivated via the SFC 12 are automatically activated in a
restart for the IM 151-7 CPU (transition from STOP to RUN).
Interrupt events from the distributed I/O while the CPU is in STOP mode
Due to the new DPV1 functionalities (IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1), how
incoming interrupt events from the distributed I/O while the CPU is in STOP mode
are handled also changes.
In IM 151-7 CPU, an interrupt event (process, diagnostic interrupt, new DPV1
interrupt) from the distributed I/O while the CPU is in STOP mode is already
acknowledged and, if applicable, entered in the diagnostic buffer (diagnostic
interrupt only). In the subsequent change of the CPU into RUN mode, the interrupt
is no longer processed via the corresponding OB. Possible faults in slaves can be
read out via corresponding SZL information (e.g. SZL 0x692 read out via SFC 51).
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Changing IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7Ax00..) to IM 151-7 CPU (6ES7 151-7AA10-0AB0)
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Position of the IM 151-7 CPU in the CPU
Range
12
In this chapter, you will find out the most important differences to two selected
CPUs in the S7-300 SIMATIC family.
We will also show you how to rewrite programs you have written for the
S7-300-CPUs for the IM 151-7 CPU.
Chapter overview
In Section
Contents
Page
12.1
Differences to selected S7-300 CPUs
12-2
12.2
Porting the user program
12-3
More information
You can find further information on how to create and structure programs in the
STEP 7 manuals and online help.
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Position of the IM 151-7 CPU in the CPU Range
12.1
Differences to selected S7-300 CPUs
The following table lists the most important programming differences between two
selected CPUs of the S7-300 SIMATIC family and the IM 151-7 CPU.
Table 12-1 Differences to selected S7-300 CPUs
Features
CPU 315-2 DP CPU 315-2 DP
(modular)
IM 151-7 CPU
(6ES7 151-7Ax00- (6ES7 151-7AA100AB0)
0AB0)
Real-time clock
Hardware
Hardware
Software
Hardware
Memory backup
Yes, with battery
Guaranteed by Not possible
MMC (maintenance-free)
Guaranteed by
MMC (maintenance-free)
Memory card
Memory card
MMC
MMC
MMC
Number of connections to
PD and OP
4
(as of 10/99:
12)
16
5
Max. 12
Setting the PROFIBUS
address
Hardware con- Hardware con- Hardware
figuration
figuration
configuration
must match
address setter
Hardware configuration
Transmission rate to PD
and OP
187.5 kbaud
(MPI)
187.5 kbaud
(MPI)
12 Mbaud
(DP)
12 Mbaud
(MPI/DP)
12 Mbaud
(DP)
12 Mbaud
(DP)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes (server)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (server)
Yes
Yes (server)
Yes
Yes (server)
Yes
As a DP master
As a DP master
As a DP slave
Stand-alone
As a DP slave
Stand-alone
As a DP slave
Stand-alone
As a DP slave
Stand-alone
As the DP
master
(with the DP
master module)
Addressing
Free
Free
Free
Free
Interrupt response time
0.4-1.3 ms
0.3-1.2 ms
Less than
20 ms
Less than
20 ms
No
Yes
Yes
Communication:
PD/OP Yes
Global data comm. Yes
S7 basic comm. Yes
S7 comm. Yes (server)
Direct communication Yes
Range of uses with DP
Removal/insertion of mod- No
ules during operation
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Position of the IM 151-7 CPU in the CPU Range
12.2
Porting the user program
Introduction
By porting we mean making available on a distributed basis a program that was
previously used centrally on a master. Certain adjustments may be necessary to
relocate an existing program partially or completely from a master to an intelligent
slave. The resources required for porting sections of a user program to an
intelligent slave depend on how the address assignment of inputs and outputs is
stored in the FBs in the source program.
The inputs and outputs can be used in the FCs in the source program in different
ways. Addresses can be packed in the current ET 200S, which is not possible in
the IM 151-7 CPU.
See the description of IM 151-7 CPU addressing in Section 3.1.
Porting with unpacked addresses
If you use FBs with unpacked I/O addresses, the required program sections can be
transferred easily to the IM 151-7 CPU without the need for porting.
DI_1_module
I1.0
O1.0
I1.1
O1.1
I2.0
DI_2_module
Figure 12-1
I2.1
Example: FB with unpacked addresses
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Position of the IM 151-7 CPU in the CPU Range
Porting with packed addresses
If FBs with packed I/O addresses are copied to the IM 151-7 CPU, the packed
addresses there can no longer be assigned to the I/Os of the I/O modules locally
because the CPU of the IM 151-7 CPU cannot work with packed addresses. This
requires rewiring of the corresponding FBs. Rewiring corresponds to ”unpacking”
the addresses.
DI_1_module
I1.0
O1.0
I1.1
O1.1
I1.2
DI_2_module
Figure 12-2
I1.3
Example: FB with packed addresses
Rewiring
The following blocks and address IDs can be rewired:
Inputs, outputs
Memory markers, timers, counters
Functions, function blocks
Proceed as follows to rewire the signals:
1. In SIMATIC Manager, select the ”Blocks” folder, which contains the blocks with
the packed addresses that you want to port to the IM 151-7 CPU.
2. Select the menu command Tools ! Rewire.
3. Enter the desired replacements in the displayed ”Rewiring” dialog box in the
table (old address ID/new address ID).
Table 12-2 Example : Replacements under Tools ! Rewire
Old address ID
12-4
New address ID
1
I 1.2
I 2.0
2
I 1.3
I 2.1
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4. Click OK.
This starts rewiring. After rewiring, you can decide in a dialog box whether you
want to look at the rewiring information file. The file contains the list of old and new
address IDs. The various blocks are also listed together with the number of
rewirings carried out in the block.
I1.0
O1.0
I1.0
O1.0
I1.1
O1.1
I1.1
O1.1
I1.2
I2.0
I1.3
I2.1
Figure 12-3
Example: Rewiring the signals
If you assign symbols to the inputs and outputs using the symbol table in STEP 7,
you must change the symbol table to adjust the subprogram for use in the
IM 151-7 CPU.
See also the STEP 7 online help system.
Porting FBs with I/Os in an I/O word
If you map the addresses of the inputs and outputs via an I/O word to a function
block you have programmed, porting is considerably more involved.
It is possible to program a shell around the FB that makes an adjustment so that
the FB can be used with the IM 151-7 CPU. The other option is to reprogram the
FB. We recommend you reprogram the FB because this is easier than
programming a shell.
See also the STEP 7 online help system.
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Position of the IM 151-7 CPU in the CPU Range
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Glossary
Address
An address is the designation for a certain address ID or address area (e.g. input
I 12.1; memory word MW 25; data block DB 3).
AKKU
The accumulators are registers in the ³ CPU that act as an intermediate
memory for loading and transfer operations as well as comparison, calculation
and conversion operations.
Automation System
An automation system is a programmable logic controller that consists of at least
one CPU, various input and output modules and human-machine interfaces.
Backup Memory
The backup memory ensures that the memory areas of the ³ CPU that do not
have a buffer battery are buffered. A parameterizable number of times, counters,
markers and data bytes is buffered.
Bus
A bus is the common transmission route to which all nodes are connected; has
two defined ends.
In the case of the ET 200S, the bus is a two-wire or fiber-optic cable.
Compression
The programming device online function Compress is used to align all valid
blocks contiguously in the RAM of the CPU at the start of the user memory. This
eliminates gaps that occur when blocks are deleted or corrected.
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Consistent Data
Data that belongs together with respect to its content and that must not be
separated is referred to as consistent data.
For example, the values from analog modules must always be handled
consistently, i.e. the value of an analog module must not be corrupted by reading
it out at two different points in time.
Counter
Counters are part of the system memory of the CPU. The content of the
“counter cells” can be modified by STEP 7 instructions (e.g. count up/down).
CPU
Central processing unit of the S7 programmable controller with a control unit and
arithmetic logic unit, memory, operating system and interface for a programming
device.
Cross communication
See Direct communication
Cycle Time
The cycle time is the time taken by the CPU to scan the user program
once.
Data Block
Data blocks (DB) are data areas in the user program that contain user data.
There are global data blocks that can be accessed from all code blocks and
there are instance data blocks that are assigned to a specific FB call.
Device master file
A device master file contains all the DP slave-specific properties. The structure
of the device master file (DDB) is defined in IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1.
Diagnosis
Diagnosis is the detection, localization, classification, display and further
evaluation of errors, faults and messages.
Diagnosis offers monitoring functions that are executed automatically while the
system is running. This increases the availability of the systems by reducing
maintenance and standstill periods.
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Diagnostic buffer
The diagnostic buffer is a buffered memory area in the CPU in which diagnostic
events are stored in the order of their occurrence.
Diagnostic interrupt
Diagnostics-capable modules use diagnostic interrupts to report system errors
which they have detected to the central CPU.
In SIMATIC S7/M7: When an error is detected or disappears (e.g. wire break),
the ET 200S triggers a diagnostic interrupt, provided the interrupt is enabled. The
CPU of the DP master interrupts the execution of the user program or
lower-priority priority classes and processes the diagnostic interrupt block
(OB 82).
In SIMATIC S5: The diagnostic interrupt appears in the station diagnosis. Using
cyclical querying of the diagnostic bits in the station diagnosis you can detect
errors such as a wire break.
Direct Communication
Direct communication is a special communication relationship between
PROFIBUS-DP nodes. Direct communication is characterized by the fact that the
PROFIBUS-DP nodes ”listen in” to find out which data a DP slave is sending
back to its DP master.
Distributed I/O Systems
Distributed I/O devices are input/output devices that are not used in the central
unit but set up at distributed locations at large distances from the CPU, e.g.:
ET 200S, ET 200M, ET 200B, ET 200C, ET 200U, ET 200X, ET 200L
DP/AS-I Link
S5-95U with a PROFIBUS-DP slave interface
Other DP slaves from either Siemens or other vendors
The distributed I/O systems are connected to the DP master via PROFIBUS-DP.
DP Master
A master that behaves according to the IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1
standard is designated a DP master.
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DP Slave
A slave on the PROFIBUS bus system with the PROFIBUS-DP protocol that
complies with IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1 is referred to as a DP slave.
DP Standard
The DP standard is the bus protocol of the ET 200 distributed I/O system based
on IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1.
DPV1
DPV1 designates the functional expansion of the acyclic utilities (e.g. with new
alarms) of the DP protocol. The DPV1 functionality is integrated in the
IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1 standard.
Error Handling via OB
If the operating system detects a specific error (e.g. an access error in the case
of STEP 7), it calls the organization block (error OB) provided for this event that
specifies the subsequent behavior of the CPU.
Error message
An error message is one of the possible responses of the operating system to a
runtime error. The other possible responses are: error response in the user
program, STOP mode of the CPU.
Error Response
Response to a runtime error. The operating system can respond in the
following ways: conversion of the programmable controller to STOP mode, call of
an organization block in which the user can program a response, or display of
the error.
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ET 200
The ET 200 distributed I/O system with the PROFIBUS-DP protocol is a bus for
connecting distributed I/O devices to a CPU or an appropriate DP master. ET
200 is characterized by a rapid response time, since only a small amount of data
(bytes) is transmitted.
ET 200 is based on IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1.
The ET 200 works on the master/slave principle. Examples of DP masters are
the IM 308-C master interface module and the CPU 315-2 DP.
DP slaves can be the distributed I/O devices ET 200S, ET 200B, ET 200C,
ET 200M, ET 200X, ET 200U, ET 200L or DP slaves from Siemens or other
vendors.
FC Function
FORCE
During commissioning, for example, the “Force” function allows certain outputs to
be set to “ON” for any length of time, even if the logic operations of the user
program are not fulfilled (e.g. because inputs are not wired).
FREEZE
FREEZE is a control command of the DP master to a group of DP slaves.
After the FREEZE control command is received, the DP slave freezes the
current state of the inputs and transmits it cyclically to the DP master.
After each new FREEZE control command, the DP slave once again freezes the
state of the inputs.
The input data is transmitted cyclically again from the DP slave to the DP master
only after the DP master has sent the UNFREEZE control command.
Function
A function (FC) is, according to IEC 61131-3, a code block without statistical
data. A function allows the transmission of parameters in the user program.
Thus, functions are ideal for programming frequently recurring complex
functions, such as calculations.
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Intelligent DP Slave
The defining feature of an intelligent DP slave is that input/output data is not
made available to the DP master by a real input/output of the DP slave directly,
but by a preprocessing CPU (in this case the IM 151-7 CPU interface module).
Interrupt
The operating system of the CPU recognizes 10 different priority classes that
control the processing of the user program. These runtime levels include
interrupts, e.g. diagnostic interrupts. When an interrupt is triggered, the
operating system automatically calls an assigned organization block in which the
user can program the desired response (for example in an FB).
Interrupt, diagnostic ³ Diagnostic interrupt
Interrupt, process ³ Process interrupt
Load Memory
The load memory is part of the CPU. It contains objects generated by the
programming device. It is implemented either as a plug-in memory card/micro
memory card or a permanently integrated memory.
Marker
Markers are components of the system memory of the CPU for storing
intermediate results. They can be access on the basis of bits, bytes, words or
double words.
Masse
Ground is the total of all interconnected inactive components of a device that are
not able to carry a dangerous contact voltage even in the even of a malfunction.
Master
When they are in possession of the token, masters can send data to and request
data from other nodes (= active node). An example of a DP master is the
CPU 315-2 DP.
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Master System
All DP slaves that are assigned to a DP master for either reading or writing plus
the DP master itself make up the master system.
MMC
Micro Memory Card Memory module for SIMATIC systems. Can be used as a
load memory and portable data carrier.
MPI
The multipoint interface (MPI) is the programming device interface of the
SIMATIC S7.
Nesting Depth
One block can be called from within another using block calls. The nesting depth
is the number of code blocks called at the same time.
Node
A device that can send, receive or amplify data via the bus, such as a
DP master, DP slave, RS 485 repeater or active star coupler.
OB Organization Block
OB priority
The operating system of the CPU distinguishes between various priority classes,
such as cyclic program scanning and process interrupt-driven program scanning.
Each priority class is assigned organization blocks (OB) in which the S7 user
can program a response. The OBs have, by default, differing priorities that
determine the order in which they are processed if they occur simultaneously or
if they interrupt one another.
Operating Mode
The SIMATIC S7 programmable controllers can detect the following operating
modes: STOP, START, RUN.
Operating system of the CPU
The operating system of the CPU organizes all functions and procedures of the
CPU that are not linked to a specific control task.
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Organization block
Organization blocks (OBs) form the interface between the operating system of
the CPU and the user program. The sequence in which the user program is
processed is defined in the organization blocks.
Parameter
1. Variable of a STEP 7 code block
2. Variable to set the behavior of a module (one or more per module). Each
module is delivered with a suitable default setting, which can be changed by
configuring the parameters in STEP 7.
PD Programming device
PLC Programmable logic dontroller
Priority class
The operating system of an S7-CPU provides up to 26 priority classes (or
“runtime levels“) to which various organization blocks are assigned. The priority
classes determine which OBs will interrupt other OBs. If one priority class holds
several OBs, the OBs do not interrupt each other but are processed sequentially.
Process Image
The process image is part of the system memory of the CPU. The signal
states of the inputs are written into the process input image at the start of the
cyclic program. At the end of the cyclic program, the signal states in the process
output image are transferred to the outputs.
Process Interrupt
The process image is part of the system memory of the CPU. The signal
states of the inputs are written into the process input image at the start of the
cyclic program. At the end of the cyclic program, the signal states in the process
output image are transferred to the outputs.
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PROFIBUS
Process Field Bus is a German process and field bus standard, defined in
IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1. It specifies functional, electrical and mechanical
characteristics of a bit serial field bus system.
PROFIBUS is available with the protocols DP (the German abbreviation for
distributed I/O), FMS (= field bus message specification), PA (= process
automation) or TF (= technology (process-related) functions).
PROFIBUS Address
Each bus node must receive a PROFIBUS address to identify it uniquely on the
PROFIBUS bus system.
The PC/PD has the PROFIBUS address “0”.
The PROFIBUS addresses 1 to 125 are permissible for the ET 200S distributed
I/O system.
Programmable logic controller
A programmable logic controller (PLC) is an electronic controller whose function
is stored in the control unit as a program. The configuration and wiring of the
device therefore is not determined by the function of the controller. The
programmable logic controller is structured like a computer; it consists of a CPU (central module) with a memory, input/output modules and an internal bus
system. The I/O and the programming language are designed to meet the
requirements of the control technology.
Programming device
Programming devices are basically personal computers that are suitable for the
industrial environment, compact and transportable. They are equipped with
special hardware and software for SIMATIC programmable controllers.
Publisher
A sender in direct data communication See Direct Communication
Restart
When a CPU is started up (e.g. by switching the mode selector from STOP to
RUN or by switching the power on), the organization block OB 100 (complete
restart) is executed before cyclic program scanning (OB 1) commences. In the
event of a restart, the process image of the inputs is read in and the STEP 7
user program is processed beginning with the first command in OB 1.
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Runtime Error
Error which occurs during processing of the user program on the programmable
controller (i.e. not in the process).
Scan Cycle Checkpoint
The point during CPU program scanning at which the process image is updated,
for example.
SFC System Function
Slave
A slave may only exchange data with a master if prompted by the master to
do so. By slaves we mean, for example, all DP slaves such as ET 200S,
ET 200B, ET 200X, ET 200M, etc.
Stand-alone operation
The device is operated on a stand-alone basis without data exchange to a
superordinate master and without direct communication with other DP slaves. All
the modules power up using default parameters and with the maximum
configuration (32 slots, 64 bytes consistently).
START
The STARTUP mode is run through when the system goes from the STOP mode
to the RUN mode.
Can be triggered by the mode selector or after power on or an operator action on
the programming device. In the case of the ET 200S a restart is carried out.
Start Event
Start events are defined events such as errors, times and interrupts. They cause
the operating system to start an associated organization block (if programmed
accordingly by the user). Start events are displayed in the header information of
the associated OB. The user can respond to start events in the user program.
STEP 7
Programming language for developing user programs for SIMATIC S7 PLCs.
Subscriber
A recipient in direct communication See Direct Communication
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SYNC
SYNC is a control command of the DP master to a group of DP slaves.
By means of the SYNC control command, the DP master causes the DP slave to
freeze the current statuses of the outputs. For the following frames, the DP
slave stores the output data but the states of the outputs remain unchanged.
After each new SYNC control command, the DP slave sets the outputs that it
has saved as output data. The outputs are not cyclically updated again until the
DP master sends the UNSYNC control command.
System diagnostics
System diagnostics is the detection, evaluation and notification of errors that
occur within the automation system. Examples of such errors are program errors
or module failures. System errors can be indicated by means of LED displays or
in STEP 7.
System function
A system function (SFC) is a function integrated in the operating system of the
CPU that can be called up in the STEP 7 user program as required.
System memory
The system memory is integrated in the central module and designed as a RAM.
The system memory includes the address areas (for example timers, counters,
memory markers, etc.) as well as the data areas (e.g. communication buffers)
required internally by the operating system.
Times
Times are components of the system memory of the CPU. The contents of
the “imer cells” are updated automatically by the operating system
asynchronously to the user program. STEP 7 instructions are used to define the
exact function of the timer cells (e.g. on-delay) and initiate their execution (e.g.
start).
Token
Access right on bus
Total current
Sum of the currents of all output channels of a digital output module.
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Transmission rate
The transmission rate is the data transmission speed and specifies the number
of transmitted bits per second (transmission rate = bit rate).
In the case of the ET 200S, transmission rates of 9.6 kbaud to 12 Mbaud are
possible.
User memory
The user memory contains the code and data blocks of the user program. The
user memory can be integrated in the CPU or can be provided on plug-in
memory cards (IM 151-7 CPU) or memory modules. However, the user program
is always processed from the working memory of the CPU.
User program
SIMATIC differentiates between the operating system of the CPU and user
programs. The latter are created in the various programming languages (ladder
diagram and instruction list) using the STEP 7 programming software and are
stored in code blocks. Data is stored in data blocks.
Working Memory
The working memory is random-access memory in the CPU that is accessed
by the processor while the user program is executed.
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A
Access, to the ET 200S from a PD/PC, 4-3
Address, Glossary-1
Address area
data consistency, 3-6
for user data transfer, 3-5
of the expansion modules, 3-3
Address areas, 8-20
Address assignment, for analog and digital
modules, 3-3
Addresses
base address, 3-4
for diagnostics, 3-6
for user data transfer, 3-5
Addressing, 3-1
address allocation, 3-4
interface in STEP 7, 3-8
rules, 3-8
slot-oriented, 3-2
user-oriented, 3-4
AKKU, Glossary-1
Area of application, 1-2
Automation system, Glossary-1
B
Backup, memory, Glossary-1
Blocks
downloading, 8-16
erasing, 8-16
of the IM 151-7 CPU, 8-42
uploading, 8-16
Bus, Glossary-1
Bus connector, 4-6
C
Cables, 4-6
Certifications, iv
Changing, 2-1
Channel-specific faults, 7-29
Clock, 8-28, 8-44
Clock memory, 8-45
Commissioning, 2-1, 2-2, 2-6, 2-11, 2-19, 7-1,
7-7
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Communication, 8-45
data consistency, 8-41
global data communication, 8-36
OP communication, 8-35
PD communication, 8-34
routing, 8-37
S7 basic communication, 8-35
S7 communication, 8-35
utilities of the CPUs, 8-34
Communication, direct, Glossary-3
Components, ET 200S, 1-5
Compression, 8-17, Glossary-1
Configuration, ET 200S stand-alone, 4-5
Configuration data, accepting, 8-45
Configuration software, 1-4
Configuring, 2-1, 2-2, 2-7, 2-12
IM 151-7 CPU, 7-2
Consistency, 3-6, 3-7
Consistent data, Glossary-2
Counter, Glossary-2
CPU, Glossary-2
operating system, Glossary-7
Cycle, 8-45
Cycle extension, through interrupts, 9-4
Cycle time, 9-2, Glossary-2
extending, 9-3
structure, 9-2
Cyclic interrupts, 8-45
D
Data, consistent, Glossary-2
Data block, Glossary-2
Data consistency, 3-6, 3-7, 8-41
Data exchange, direct, 4-12
Data interchange, sample program, 3-9
Data transfer
principles, 3-1
with the DP master, 3-5
DBs, 8-42
DDB (device database) file, 8-2
Default addressing, 3-2
Delay, of the inputs/outputs, 9-4
Device master file, Glossary-2
Index-1
Diagnosis
module, 7-19
station, 7-22
Diagnostic address, 3-6, 7-12, 7-14
Diagnostic buffer, Glossary-3
entry, 7-12
reading out, 7-5
Diagnostic data, 7-25
Diagnostic interrupt, 7-23, Glossary-3
Diagnostic interrupt response time, 9-8
Diagnostics, 7-1, 8-44
channel-specific, 7-29
system, Glossary-11
using LEDs, 7-9
Direct communication, 4-12, Glossary-3
Display, LED, 7-9
Distributed I/O device, Glossary-3
Downloading
blocks, 8-16
user program, 8-15
DP diagnostic address, 3-6
DP master interface, 8-27
DP master module, 6-1
pin assignment, 10-3
DP slave, Glossary-4
intelligent, 7-2, Glossary-6
DP slave diagnosis, structure, 7-26
DP standard, Glossary-4
DP-Master, Glossary-3
E
Erasing blocks, 8-16
Error handling via OB, Glossary-4
Error response, Glossary-4
ET 200, Glossary-5
ET 200S
components, 1-5
manuals, 1-5
Event identification, in the DP master/DP
slave, 7-13
Execution time, user program, 9-2
F
FBs, 8-42
FCs, 8-42
Features, 10-2
of the IM 151 7 CPU, 8-2
of the IM 151-7 CPU, 1-4
Index-2
Force, 8-5, Glossary-5
Formatting the MMC, 8-8
FRCE, LED, 8-5
FREEZE, Glossary-5
Function, FC, Glossary-5
Functions, via PD, 4-9
G
Gateway, 8-39
General technical specifications, 10-2
Global data communication, 8-36
Guide
to the ET 200S manuals, 1-5
to the manual, vi
I
I slave, 7-7
IM 151 7 CPU, important features, 8-2
IM 151-7 CPU
blocks, 8-42
configuring, 7-2
features, 1-4
mode selector, 8-4
parameters, 8-44
resetting the memory, 7-4
Inputs, delay time, 9-4
Installation, 2-1, 2-3
Integrated clock, 8-28
Intelligent DP slave, 7-2, Glossary-6
Interface, PROFIBUS-DP interface, 8-26
Interface module IM 151 7 CPU, technical
specifications, 10-5
Interface module IM 151-7 CPU, 10-4
basic circuit diagram, 10-4
terminal assignment, 10-3
Interfaces
DP master interface, 8-27
MPI interface, 8-26
which devices to which interface?, 8-27
Intermediate memory
accessing in the user program, 3-7
in the IM 151-7 CPU, 3-5
Internode communication, see Direct
communication, 4-12
Interrupt, Glossary-6
process, Glossary-8
Interrupts, cycle extension, 9-4
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L
LED, 7-5
display, 7-9
FRCE, 8-5
indicator, 1-4
ON, 8-5
RUN, 8-5
SF, 8-5
STOP, 8-5
Load instruction, 3-7
Load memory, 8-12, Glossary-6
Local data, 8-22
M
Manual, purpose, iii
Manual contents, brief overview, 1-7
Manual package, 1-7
Manuals
guide, 1-5
other, vi
Manufacturer ID, CPU 31x-2 as DP slave, 7-18
Master, Glossary-6
Master PROFIBUS address, 7-18
Master system, Glossary-7
Memory
backup, Glossary-1
compression, 8-17
load, Glossary-6
system, Glossary-11
user, Glossary-12
working, Glossary-12
Memory areas
load memory, 8-12
system memory, 8-13
working memory, 8-13
Memory functions
compression, 8-17
downloading blocks, 8-16
downloading the user program, 8-15
erasing blocks, 8-16
memory reset, 8-19
promming, 8-17
RAM to ROM, 8-17
restart, 8-19
uploading blocks, 8-16
warm restart, 8-19
Memory reset, 8-19
internal CPU events, 7-5
with mode selector, 8-4
Micro Memory Card, 8-6, Glossary-7
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MMC, Glossary-7
formatting, 8-8
module, 8-6
service live, 8-7
Mode
RUN, 8-5
STOP, 8-5
Mode selector, 8-4
memory reset, 7-4
MRES, 8-4
RUN, 8-4
STOP, 8-4
Module classes, identifier, 7-27
Module diagnosis, 7-19
Module status, 7-20
MPI, 4-2, 5-2, Glossary-7
interface, 8-26
MPI network, structural principles, 5-2
MRES, mode selector, 8-4
N
Nesting depth, Glossary-7
Network, structure, 4-1
Network components, 4-6
Node, Glossary-7
O
OB, Glossary-8
start event, Glossary-10
OB 122, 7-13
OB 82, 7-8, 7-13
OB 86, 7-8, 7-13
OB priority, Glossary-7
OBs, of the CPU, 8-42
ON, LED, 8-5
Online functions, for the ET 200S, 4-9
OP communication, 8-35
Operating mode, Glossary-7
Operating mode changes, 7-13
Operating system
of the CPU, Glossary-7
processing time, 9-3
Order number, network components, 4-6
Order numbers, IM 151-7 CPU, 10-2
Organization block, Glossary-8
Outputs, delay time, 9-4
Index-3
P
Parameter, Glossary-8
Parameter assignment frame, configuration,
8-46
Parameters, 8-45
IM 151-7 CPU, 8-44
PC
connection to ET 200S, 4-5
prerequisites, 4-2, 5-2
PD, Glossary-9
communication, 8-34
connecting cable, 4-4, 4-6, 5-2
connection to ET 200S, 4-5
functions, 4-9
prerequisites, 4-2, 5-2
PLC, Glossary-9
Priority, OB, Glossary-7
Priority class, Glossary-8
Process image, Glossary-8
of the inputs and outputs, 8-21
Process image updating, processing time, 9-3
Process interrupt, 7-23, Glossary-8
Process interrupt handling, 9-8
Process interrupt response time, 9-8
Processing time
operating system, 9-3
process image updating, 9-3
user program, 9-4
PROFIBUS address, 4-3, Glossary-9
PROFIBUS network
network components, 4-6
structural principles, 4-2
PROFIBUS-DP, specifications, 8-2
PROFIBUS-DP interface, 8-26
Programming, 2-1, 2-2, 2-9, 2-16
Programming software, 1-4
Promming, 8-17
Publisher, Glossary-9
R
RAM to ROM, 8-17
Resetting the memory, of the IM 151-7 CPU,
7-4
Response time, 9-5
diagnostic interrupt, 9-8
longest, 9-7
process interrupt, 9-8
shortest, 9-6
Restart, 8-19, Glossary-9
Retentive memory, 8-13
retentive behavior of the memory objects,
8-14
Retentivity, 8-44
Index-4
Rewiring, 12-4
Routing
access to stations in another subnetwork,
8-38
application example, 8-40
gateway, 8-39
prerequisites, 8-39
Rules, for addressing, 3-8
RUN
LED, 8-5
mode, 8-5
mode selector, 8-4
Runtime error, Glossary-10
S
S7 basic communication, 8-35
S7 communication, 8-35
S7 connections
assignment, 8-30
distribution, 8-32
end point, 8-29
of the IM 151-7 CPU, 8-33
pass-through point, 8-29
sequence of assignment, 8-31
Scan cycle checkpoint, Glossary-10
Scope of validity, of the manual, iv
Service life of an MMC, 8-7
SF, LED, 8-5
SFBs, 8-42
SFC DPRD_DAT, 3-7
SFC DPWR_DAT, 3-7
SFCs, 8-42
SIMATIC Micro Memory Card, 8-6
compatible MMCs, 8-7
SIMATIC micro memory card
features, 8-6
removing/inserting, 8-18
Slave, Glossary-10
Slave diagnostics with IM 151-7 CPU used as
an intelligent slave, 7-15
Slot assignment, ET-200S, 3-2
Slot-oriented addressing of the I/O modules,
3-2
Software clock, 8-28
Stand-alone operation, Glossary-10
Stand-alone operation
of ET 200S, 4-5
of the ET 200S, 4-9
Standards, iv
Start, Glossary-10
Start event, OB, Glossary-10
Start-up, of the IM 151-7 CPU, 7-8
Startup, 8-44
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Station diagnosis, 7-22
Station status 1 to 3, 7-16
STEP 7, Glossary-10
addressing interface, 3-8
configuring the IM 151-7 CPU, 7-2
settings, 4-9
STOP
LED, 8-5
mode, 8-5
mode selector, 8-4
Structure
of the diagnostic frame, 7-15
of the MPI network, 5-2
of the PROFIBUS network, 4-2
Subscriber, Glossary-10
SYNC, Glossary-11
System data area, diagnostic data, 7-25
System diagnostics, Glossary-11
System function, SFC, Glossary-11
System memory, 8-13, 8-20, Glossary-11
address areas, 8-20
local data, 8-22
process image of the inputs and outputs,
8-21
T
Technical specifications
general, 10-2
of the IM 151-7 CPU, 10-2
PROFIBUS-DP, 8-2
Test functions, 4-9
Test run, 2-1, 2-2, 2-10, 2-19
Time-of-day interrupts, 8-44
Times, Glossary-11
Token, Glossary-11
Transfer instruction, 3-7
Troubleshooting, 7-1
U
Upgrading, 2-11
Uploading, 8-16
User data transfer, to the DP master, 3-5
User memory, Glossary-12
User program, Glossary-12
downloading, 8-15
processing time, 9-4
uploading, 8-16
User program execution time, 9-2
User-oriented addressing of the I/O modules,
3-4
W
Warm restart, 8-19
Wiring, 2-1, 2-4
Working memory, 8-13, Glossary-12
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Product information for
11.2005
Manual Basic Module BM 147 CPU, Version 05/2003
Manual Interface Module IM 151-7 CPU, Version 11/2003
This product information contains important information about the documentation mentioned
above. It is to be regarded as a separate component. Its specifications and information have a
higher binding nature than those of other manuals and catalogs in case of discrepancies.
Larger working memory and extended number range for blocks
The working memory has been extended for the Basic Module BM 147 CPU and
the Interface Module IM 151-7 CPU. The CPUs can now execute larger user
programs.
You can now use the block numbers 0 to 2047 for FB and FC in the user
programs.
The total amount of blocks (FBs + FCs + DBs) remain unchanged with max. 1024.
BM 147-1
BM 147-2
BM 147-2
IM 151-7
(6ES7 147Ć1AA11Ć0XB0)
(6ES7 147Ć2AA01Ć0XB0)
(6ES7 147Ć2AB01Ć0XB0)
(6ES7 151Ć7AA11Ć0AB0)
64 KB
64 KB
128 KB
64 KB
No
No
No
No
Max. 512
Max. 512
Max. 512
Max. 512
FB 0 to FB 2047
FB 0 to FB 2047
FB 0 to FB 2047
FB 0 to FB 2047
Max. 512
Max. 512
Max. 512
Max. 512
FC 0 to FC 2047
FC 0 to FC 2047
FC 0 to FC 2047
FC 0 to FC 2047
Working memory
• Size
• Expandable
Blocks (FB, FC)
FB
• Quantity
• Number range
FC
• Quantity
• Number range
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Product Information on Manual
ET 200S Interface Modules IM 151-7 CPU
Edition 11/2003
This product information contains important information about the documentation mentioned
above. It is to be regarded as a separate component. Its specifications and information have a
higher binding nature than those of other manuals, instruction lists and Getting Starteds.
New IM 151-7 CPU with larger working memory
The IM 151-7 CPU working memory has been extended. The IM 151-7 CPU can execute larger user programs.
Due to these improvements, the order number of the IM 151-7 CPU was changed.
The new IM 151-7 CPU is:
S contained in the STEP7 V5.4 Service Pack 1
S configurable with the older STEP7 versions:
The IM 151-7 CPU with the new order number can be downloaded from the
Internet as a hardware support package (0107) with STEP7.
Requirement is STEP7 V5.2, Service Pack1.
S compatible and configurable with the previous IM 151-7 CPU
Product
description
*
Order nr.
Firmware≧
Working
memory
Working
memory
retentive*
Hardware
update
previous
IM 151-7 CPU
6ES7151-7AA11-0AB0
V2.1.10
64 KB
64 KB
--
new
IM 151-7 CPU
6ES7151-7AA13-0AB0
V2.1.10
96 KB
64 KB
0107
Maximum size for retentive working memory for retentive data blocks
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