Sharp DP-750 Technical data

Modular I/O-System
PROFIBUS DP/V1
Programmable Field Bus
Controller 750-833
Manual
Technical description,
installation and
configuration
Version 1.0.1
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Table of Contents
1 Important Notes .......................................................................................... 9
1.1 Legal Principles........................................................................................ 9
1.1.1
Copyright ............................................................................................. 9
1.1.2
Personnel Qualification ....................................................................... 9
1.1.3
Conforming Use of Series 750 .......................................................... 10
1.1.4
Technical Condition of the Devices .................................................. 10
1.2 Standards and Regulations for Operating the 750 Series ....................... 11
1.3 Symbols .................................................................................................. 12
1.4 Safety Information.................................................................................. 13
1.5 Font Conventions ................................................................................... 14
1.6 Number Notation .................................................................................... 14
1.7 Scope ...................................................................................................... 15
1.8 Abbreviation........................................................................................... 15
2 The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 ................................................................ 16
2.1 System Description................................................................................. 16
2.2 Technical Data........................................................................................ 17
2.3 Manufacturing Number .......................................................................... 23
2.4 Component Update................................................................................. 24
2.5 Storage, Assembly and Transport .......................................................... 24
2.6 Mechanical Setup ................................................................................... 25
2.6.1
Installation Position ........................................................................... 25
2.6.2
Total Expansion ................................................................................. 25
2.6.3
Assembly onto Carrier Rail ............................................................... 26
2.6.3.1
Carrier Rail Properties .................................................................. 26
2.6.3.2
WAGO DIN Rail .......................................................................... 27
2.6.4
Spacing .............................................................................................. 27
2.6.5
Plugging and Removal of the Components ....................................... 28
2.6.6
Assembly Sequence ........................................................................... 29
2.6.7
Internal Bus/Data Contacts................................................................ 30
2.6.8
Power Contacts .................................................................................. 31
2.6.9
Wire Connection................................................................................ 32
2.7 Power Supply ......................................................................................... 33
2.7.1
Isolation ............................................................................................. 33
2.7.2
System Supply ................................................................................... 34
2.7.2.1
Connection .................................................................................... 34
2.7.2.2
Alignment ..................................................................................... 35
2.7.3
Field Supply....................................................................................... 37
2.7.3.1
Connection .................................................................................... 37
2.7.3.2
Fusing............................................................................................ 38
2.7.4
Supplementary Power Supply Regulations ....................................... 41
2.7.5
Supply Example................................................................................. 42
2.7.6
Power Supply Unit............................................................................. 43
2.8 Grounding............................................................................................... 44
2.8.1
Grounding the DIN Rail .................................................................... 44
2.8.1.1
Framework Assembly ................................................................... 44
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2.8.1.2
Insulated Assembly ....................................................................... 44
2.8.2
Grounding Function........................................................................... 45
2.8.3
Grounding Protection ........................................................................ 46
2.9 Shielding (Screening) ............................................................................. 47
2.9.1
General............................................................................................... 47
2.9.2
Bus Conductors.................................................................................. 47
2.9.3
Signal Conductors.............................................................................. 47
2.9.4
WAGO Shield (Screen) Connecting System..................................... 48
2.10 Assembly Guidelines/Standards............................................................. 48
3 Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833 ........................................ 49
3.1 Description ............................................................................................. 49
3.2 Hardware ................................................................................................ 51
3.2.1
View................................................................................................... 51
3.2.2
Device Supply.................................................................................... 52
3.2.3
Field Bus Connection ........................................................................ 53
3.2.4
Display Elements ............................................................................... 54
3.2.5
Station Address.................................................................................. 55
3.2.6
Configuration and Programming Interface........................................ 56
3.2.7
Operating Mode Switch..................................................................... 57
3.3 Operating System ................................................................................... 58
3.3.1
Run-Up .............................................................................................. 58
3.3.2
PFC Cycle.......................................................................................... 59
3.4 Process Image......................................................................................... 61
3.4.1
Local Process Image .......................................................................... 61
3.4.2
Allocation of the Input and Output Data ........................................... 62
3.4.3
Process Data Structure for PROFIBUS-DP....................................... 64
3.4.4
Data Exchange ................................................................................... 64
3.4.5
Memory Areas ................................................................................... 64
3.4.6
Addressing ......................................................................................... 67
3.4.6.1
I/O Module Data ........................................................................... 67
3.4.6.2
Field Bus Variables....................................................................... 68
3.4.6.3
Flags .............................................................................................. 68
3.4.6.4
Calculate Addresses ...................................................................... 68
3.4.6.5
Example for Absolute Addresses.................................................. 69
3.5 Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO .................................. 70
3.5.1
PROFIBUS Library for WAGO-I/O-PRO ........................................ 70
3.5.2
IEC 61131-3 Program Transfer ......................................................... 71
3.5.2.1
Transmission via the Serial Interface............................................ 71
3.5.2.2
Transmission via the Field Bus..................................................... 73
3.5.2.2.1
MSAC2 Interface ..................................................................... 74
3.6 Configuration.......................................................................................... 76
3.6.1
Configuration of the I/O Modules ..................................................... 76
3.6.2
Configuration of the Field Bus Variables.......................................... 77
3.6.3
GSD Files........................................................................................... 78
3.6.4
Identification Bytes............................................................................ 79
3.6.4.1
Bus Controller Modules................................................................ 82
3.6.4.2
I/O Modules .................................................................................. 82
3.6.5
Example ............................................................................................. 83
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3.7 Parameterization of the Controllers........................................................ 85
3.8 Configuration and Parameterization of the Modules ............................. 88
3.8.1
Process Data Channel of the Bus Controller ..................................... 88
3.8.2
Parameterization of I/O Modules ...................................................... 89
3.9 Diagnostics ............................................................................................. 90
3.9.1
Stations Status 1 to 3 ......................................................................... 91
3.9.2
PROFIBUS DP Master Address........................................................ 91
3.9.3
Manufacturer Identification............................................................... 91
3.9.4
Identification based Diagnostics........................................................ 91
3.9.5
Device Status ..................................................................................... 92
3.9.5.1
Internal Status Messages and Arguments ..................................... 93
3.9.5.2
Internal Bus Status Messages and Arguments .............................. 93
3.9.5.3
PROFIBUS DP Status Messages and Arguments ........................ 94
3.9.5.4
PFC-RTS Status Messages and Arguments.................................. 94
3.9.6
Channel Based Diagnostics ............................................................... 95
3.9.6.1
Fault Types of I/O Modules with Diagnostics Capability ............ 97
3.9.6.2
I/O Modules Fault Cases............................................................... 98
3.9.7
Parameterization Status PROFIsafe................................................. 100
3.9.7.1
PROFIsafe Parameterization Fault ............................................. 100
3.10 Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1..................................... 101
3.10.1 Data Areas ....................................................................................... 103
3.10.1.1 Field Bus Coupler, Slots 0 and 1 ................................................ 104
3.10.2 Complex I/O Modules, Slots 1 ... 63 ............................................... 105
3.10.2.1 Binary I/O Modules, Slots 1 ... 63 .............................................. 105
3.11 LED Signaling...................................................................................... 109
3.11.1 Blink Code ....................................................................................... 109
3.11.2 Field Bus Status ............................................................................... 110
3.11.3 Fault Message via Blink Code of the BUS LED ............................. 111
3.11.4 Node Status...................................................................................... 112
3.11.5 Fault Message via Blink Code of the I/O LED ............................... 114
3.11.6 Supply Voltage Status ..................................................................... 118
3.12 Fault Behavior ...................................................................................... 119
3.12.1 Field Bus Failure ............................................................................. 119
3.12.2 Internal Bus Fault ............................................................................ 119
3.13 Technical Data...................................................................................... 120
4 Field Bus Communication ...................................................................... 122
4.1 PROFIBUS ........................................................................................... 122
4.1.1
Description....................................................................................... 122
4.1.2
Wiring .............................................................................................. 123
5 I/O Modules ............................................................................................. 126
5.1 Overview .............................................................................................. 126
5.1.1
Digital Input Modules...................................................................... 126
5.1.2
Digital Output Modules ................................................................... 128
5.1.3
Analog Input Modules ..................................................................... 129
5.1.4
Analog Output Modules .................................................................. 131
5.1.5
Special Modules .............................................................................. 132
5.1.6
System Modules .............................................................................. 134
5.2 Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP .................................. 135
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5.2.1
2 DI I/O Modules............................................................................. 135
5.2.2
2 DI I/O Modules with Diagnostics................................................. 135
5.2.3
4 DI I/O Modules............................................................................. 136
5.2.4
8 DI I/O Modules............................................................................. 136
5.2.5
16 DI I/O Modules........................................................................... 136
5.2.6
2 DO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 136
5.2.7
2 DO I/O Modules with Diagnostics ............................................... 137
5.2.8
4 DO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 137
5.2.9
4 DO I/O Module with Diagnostics................................................. 137
5.2.10 8 DO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 138
5.2.11 8 DO I/O Module with Diagnostics................................................. 138
5.2.12 16 DO I/O Modules ......................................................................... 138
5.2.13 Power Supply Modules.................................................................... 138
5.2.14 2 AI I/O Modules............................................................................. 139
5.2.15 4 AI I/O Modules............................................................................. 140
5.2.16 2 AO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 141
5.2.17 4 AO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 142
5.2.18 Counter Modules ............................................................................. 143
5.2.19 PWM Module .................................................................................. 144
5.2.20 Stepper Controller............................................................................ 144
5.2.21 SSI Encoder Interface ...................................................................... 145
5.2.22 Incremental Encoder Interfaces ....................................................... 146
5.2.23 Digital Impulse Interface ................................................................. 146
5.2.24 Serial Interface................................................................................. 147
5.2.25 Data Exchange Module.................................................................... 148
5.2.26 DALI/DSI Master ............................................................................ 149
5.2.27 AS Interface Master......................................................................... 149
5.2.28 PROFIsafe I/O Modules .................................................................. 150
5.3 PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules................................. 151
5.3.1
Binary Input Modules ...................................................................... 151
5.3.2
Binary Output Modules ................................................................... 152
5.3.3
Supply Modules ............................................................................... 152
5.3.4
Analog Input Modules ..................................................................... 153
5.3.5
Analog Output Modules .................................................................. 153
5.3.6
Special Modules .............................................................................. 154
5.3.7
Field Bus Variables ......................................................................... 155
5.3.7.1
PFC Input Variables in the Field Bus Output Process Image..... 155
5.3.7.2
PFC Output Variables in the Field Bus Input Process Image..... 158
5.4 Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules ..................... 161
5.4.1
Digital I/O Modules......................................................................... 161
5.4.1.1
2 DI I/O Modules ........................................................................ 162
5.4.1.2
2 DI I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel............... 163
5.4.1.3
4 DI I/O Modules ........................................................................ 165
5.4.1.4
8 DI I/O Modules ........................................................................ 166
5.4.1.5
16 DI I/O Modules ...................................................................... 167
5.4.1.6
2 DO I/O Modules ...................................................................... 168
5.4.1.7
2 (1) DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel ....... 169
5.4.1.8
2 DO I/O Module with 2 Bit Diagnostics per Channel............... 171
5.4.1.9
4 DO I/O Modules ...................................................................... 173
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5.4.1.10 4 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel ............. 174
5.4.1.11 8 DO I/O Modules ...................................................................... 176
5.4.1.12 8 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel ............. 178
5.4.1.13 16 DO I/O Module ...................................................................... 180
5.4.1.14 2 DI/DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel........ 181
5.4.1.15 Power Supply Modules with Diagnostics ................................... 183
5.4.2
Analog I/O Modules ........................................................................ 185
5.4.2.1
2 AI I/O Modules ........................................................................ 185
5.4.2.2
4 AI I/O Modules ........................................................................ 187
5.4.2.3
2 AO I/O Modules ...................................................................... 188
5.4.2.4
4 AO I/O Modules ...................................................................... 190
5.4.3
Digital Special Modules .................................................................. 192
5.4.3.1
Counter Modules......................................................................... 192
5.4.3.2
PWM Module.............................................................................. 193
5.4.3.3
Stepper Controller....................................................................... 194
5.4.4
Distance and Angle Measurement Modules.................................... 195
5.4.4.1
SSI Encoder Interface ................................................................. 195
5.4.4.2
Incremental Encoder Interface.................................................... 196
5.4.4.3
Digital Impulse Interface ............................................................ 197
5.4.5
Serial Interfaces ............................................................................... 198
5.4.6
Data Exchange Module ................................................................... 199
5.4.7
ENOCEAN Receiver Module.......................................................... 200
5.4.8
DALI/DSI Master ............................................................................ 201
5.4.9
AS Interface Master......................................................................... 202
5.4.10 PROFIsafe Modules ........................................................................ 204
5.5 Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1..................................... 206
5.5.1
2 DI I/O Modules............................................................................. 206
5.5.2
2 DI I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel ................... 206
5.5.3
4 DI I/O Modules............................................................................. 206
5.5.4
8 DI I/O Modules............................................................................. 207
5.5.5
16 DI I/O Modules........................................................................... 207
5.5.6
2 DO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 208
5.5.7
2 DO I/O Modules with 1 or 2 Bit Diagnostics per Channel .......... 208
5.5.8
4 DO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 208
5.5.9
4 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel.................. 209
5.5.10 8 DO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 210
5.5.11 8 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel.................. 211
5.5.12 16 DO I/O Modules ......................................................................... 212
5.5.13 2 DI/DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel ............ 213
5.5.14 Supply Module with Diagnostics .................................................... 213
5.5.15 2 AI I/O Modules............................................................................. 214
5.5.16 4 AI I/O Modules............................................................................. 215
5.5.17 2 AO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 217
5.5.18 4 AO I/O Modules ........................................................................... 218
5.5.19 Counter Module 750-404................................................................. 220
5.5.20 Counter Module 750-638 and PWM Module 750-511 ................... 221
5.5.21 SSI Interface .................................................................................... 222
5.5.22 Incremental Encoder Interfaces and Serial Interfaces ..................... 222
5.5.23 Digital Impulse Interface ................................................................. 223
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5.5.24
5.5.25
5.5.26
5.5.27
Serial Interfaces and Data Exchange Module.................................. 223
DALI/DSI Master ............................................................................ 224
AS Interface Master......................................................................... 224
PROFIsafe I/O Modules .................................................................. 225
6 Use in Hazardous Environments ........................................................... 226
6.1 Foreword .............................................................................................. 226
6.2 Protective Measures ............................................................................. 226
6.3 Classification Meeting CENELEC and IEC ........................................ 226
6.3.1
Divisions .......................................................................................... 226
6.3.2
Explosion Protection Group ............................................................ 228
6.3.3
Unit Categories ................................................................................ 229
6.3.4
Temperature Classes........................................................................ 230
6.3.5
Types of Ignition Protection ............................................................ 231
6.4 Classifications Meeting the NEC 500 .................................................. 232
6.4.1
Divisions .......................................................................................... 232
6.4.2
Explosion Protection Groups........................................................... 232
6.4.3
Temperature Classes........................................................................ 233
6.5 Identification ........................................................................................ 234
6.5.1
For Europe ....................................................................................... 234
6.5.2
For America ..................................................................................... 235
6.6 Installation Regulations........................................................................ 236
7 List of Literature ..................................................................................... 238
8 Index ......................................................................................................... 239
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Important Notes
Legal Principles
• 9
1 Important Notes
This section provides only a summary of the most important safety
requirements and notes which will be mentioned in the individual sections. To
protect your health and prevent damage to the devices, it is essential to read
and carefully follow the safety guidelines.
1.1 Legal Principles
1.1.1
Copyright
This manual including all figures and illustrations contained therein is subject
to copyright. Any use of this manual which infringes the copyright provisions
stipulated herein, is not permitted. Reproduction, translation and electronic
and phototechnical archiving and amendments require the written consent of
WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Minden. Non-observance will
entail the right of claims for damages.
WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG reserves the right of changes
serving technical progress.
All rights developing from the issue of a patent or the legal protection of
utility patents are reserved to WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG.
Third-party products are always indicated without any notes concerning patent
rights. Thus, the existence of such rights must not be excluded.
1.1.2
Personnel Qualification
The use of the product described in this manual requires special qualifications,
as shown in the following table:
Activity
Electrical specialist
Assembly
X
Commissioning
X
Instructed
personnel*)
X
X
Programming
*)
Specialists**) having
qualifications in PLC
programming
X
Maintenance
X
Troubleshooting
X
Disassembly
X
X
X
Instructed persons have been trained by qualified personnel or electrical specialists.
**) A specialist is someone who, through technical training, knowledge and experience,
demonstrates the ability to meet the relevant specifications and identify potential dangers in
the mentioned field of activity.
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Important Notes
Legal Principles
All personnel must be familiar with the applicable standards.
WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG declines any liability resulting from
improper action and damage to WAGO products and third party products due to
non-observance of the information contained in this manual.
1.1.3
Conforming Use of Series 750
The couplers and controllers of the modular I/O System 750 receive digital
and analog signals from the I/O modules and sensors and transmit them to the
actuators or higher level control systems. Using the WAGO controllers, the
signals can also be (pre-)processed.
The device is designed for IP20 protection class. It is protected against finger
touch and solid impurities up to 12.5mm diameter, but not against water
penetration. Unless otherwise specified, the device must not be operated in
wet and dusty environments.
1.1.4
Technical Condition of the Devices
For each individual application, the components are supplied from the factory
with a dedicated hardware and software configuration. Changes in hardware,
software and firmware are only admitted within the framework of the
possibilities documented in the manuals. All changes to the hardware or
software and the non-conforming use of the components entail the exclusion
of liability on the part of WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG.
Please direct any requirements pertaining to a modified and/or new hardware
or software configuration directly to WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co.
KG.
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Standards and Regulations for Operating the 750 Series
1.2 Standards and Regulations for Operating the 750 Series
Please observe the standards and regulations that are relevant to your
installation:
• The data and power lines must be connected and installed in compliance
with the standards to avoid failures on your installation and eliminate any
danger to personnel.
• For installation, startup, maintenance and repair, please observe the
accident prevention regulations of your machine (e.g. BGV A 3,
"Electrical Installations and Equipment").
• Emergency stop functions and equipment must not be made ineffective.
See relevant standards (e.g. DIN EN 418).
• Your installation must be equipped in accordance to the EMC guidelines
so that electromagnetic interferences can be eliminated.
• Operating 750 Series components in home applications without further
measures is only permitted if they meet the emission limits (emissions of
interference) according to EN 61000-6-3. You will find the relevant
information in the section on "WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750" ! "System
Description" ! "Technical Data".
• Please observe the safety measures against electrostatic discharge
according to DIN EN 61340-5-1/-3. When handling the modules, ensure
that the environment (persons, workplace and packing) is well grounded.
• The relevant valid and applicable standards and guidelines concerning the
installation of switch cabinets are to be observed.
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Symbols
1.3 Symbols
Danger
Always observe this information to protect persons from injury.
Warning
Always observe this information to prevent damage to the device.
Attention
Marginal conditions that must always be observed to ensure smooth and
efficient operation.
ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)
Warning of damage to the components through electrostatic discharge.
Observe the precautionary measure for handling components at risk of
electrostatic discharge.
Note
Make important notes that are to be complied with so that a trouble-free and
efficient device operation can be guaranteed.
Additional Information
References to additional literature, manuals, data sheets and internet pages.
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Safety Information
1.4 Safety Information
When connecting the device to your installation and during operation, the
following safety notes must be observed:
Danger
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 and its components are an open system. It
must only be assembled in housings, cabinets or in electrical operation
rooms. Access is only permitted via a key or tool to authorized qualified
personnel.
Danger
All power sources to the device must always be switched off before carrying
out any installation, repair or maintenance work.
Warning
Replace defective or damaged device/module (e.g. in the event of deformed
contacts), as the functionality of field bus station in question can no longer be
ensured on a long-term basis.
Warning
The components are not resistant against materials having seeping and
insulating properties. Belonging to this group of materials is: e.g. aerosols,
silicones, triglycerides (found in some hand creams). If it cannot be ruled out
that these materials appear in the component environment, then the
components must be installed in an enclosure that is resistant against the
above mentioned materials. Clean tools and materials are generally required
to operate the device/module.
Warning
Soiled contacts must be cleaned using oil-free compressed air or with ethyl
alcohol and leather cloths.
Warning
Do not use contact sprays, which could possibly impair the functioning of the
contact area.
Warning
Avoid reverse polarity of data and power lines, as this may damage the
devices.
ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)
The devices are equipped with electronic components that may be destroyed
by electrostatic discharge when touched.
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Font Conventions
1.5 Font Conventions
italic
Names of paths and files are marked in italic.
e.g.: C:\Programs\WAGO-IO-CHECK
italic
Menu items are marked in bold italic.
e.g.: Save
\
A backslash between two names characterizes the
selection of a menu point from a menu.
e.g.: File \ New
END
Press buttons are marked as bold with small capitals
e.g.: ENTER
<>
Keys are marked bold within angle brackets
e.g.: <F5>
Courier
The print font for program codes is Courier.
e.g.: END_VAR
1.6 Number Notation
Number code
Example
Note
Decimal
100
Normal notation
Hexadecimal
0x64
C notation
Binary
'100'
'0110.0100'
Within inverted commas,
Nibble separated with dots
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Scope
1.7 Scope
This manual describes all components of the field bus independent
WAGO I/O SYSTEM 750 with programmable field bus controller.
Item No.
Description
750-833
Programmable Field Bus Controller PROFIBUS DP/V1 12 MBd
1.8 Abbreviation
AI
Analog Input
Analog Input Module
AO
Analog Output
Analog Output Module
CPU
In this case the Run Time System for the eradication of the user
program in the PFC
DI
Digital Input
Digital Input Module
DO
Digital Output
Digital Output Module
FBD
Function Block Diagram
HB
High Byte
I/O
Input/Output
IL
Instruction List
ID
Identifier
LB
Low Byte
LD
Ladder Diagram
PFC
Programmalbe Field Bus Controller
PLC
Programmable Logic Controller
SFC
Sequential Function Chart
ST
Structured Text
SW
Software Version
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The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
System Description
2 The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
2.1 System Description
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 is a modular, field bus independent I/O
system. It is comprised of a field bus coupler/controller (1) and connected
field bus modules (2) for any type of signal. Together, these make up the field
bus node. The end module (3) completes the node.
Fig. 2-1: Field bus node
g0xxx00x
Couplers/controllers for field bus systems such as PROFIBUS, INTERBUS,
ETHERNET TCP/IP, CAN (CANopen, DeviceNet, CAL), MODBUS, LON
and others are available.
The coupler/controller contains the field bus interface, electronics and a power
supply terminal. The field bus interface forms the physical interface to the
relevant field bus. The electronics process the data of the bus modules and
make it available for the field bus communication. The 24 V system supply
and the 24 V field supply are fed in via the integrated power supply terminal.
The field bus coupler communicates via the relevant field bus. The
programmable field bus controller (PFC) enables the implementation of
additional PLC functions. Programming is done with the WAGO-I/O-PRO in
accordance with IEC 61131-3.
Bus modules for diverse digital and analog I/O functions as well as special
functions can be connected to the coupler/controller. The communication
between the coupler/controller and the bus modules is carried out via an
internal bus.
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 has a clear port level with LEDs for status
indication, insertable mini WSB markers and pullout group marker carriers.
The 3-wire technology supplemented by a ground wire connection allows for
direct sensor/actuator wiring.
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Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Technical Data
• 17
2.2 Technical Data
Mechanic
Material
Polycarbonate, Polyamide 6.6
Dimensions W x H* x L
* from upper edge of DIN 35 rail
- Coupler/Controller (Standard)
- Coupler/Controller (ECO)
- Coupler/Controller (FireWire)
- I/O module, single
- I/O module, double
- I/O module, fourfold
- 51 mm x 65 mm x 100 mm
- 50 mm x 65 mm x 100 mm
- 62 mm x 65 mm x 100 mm
- 12 mm x 64 mm x 100 mm
- 24 mm x 64 mm x 100 mm
- 48 mm x 64 mm x 100 mm
Installation
on DIN 35 with interlock
Modular by
double featherkey-dovetail
Mounting position
any position
Marking
standard marking label type
group marking label 8 x 47 mm
Connection
Connection type
CAGE CLAMP®
Wire range
0.08 mm² ... 2.5 mm², AWG 28-14
Stripped length
8 … 9 mm,
9 … 10 mm for components with pluggable wiring
(753-xxx)
Contacts
Power jumpers contacts
blade/spring contact
self-cleaning
Current via power contacts max
10 A
Voltage drop at I max
< 1 V/64 modules
Data contacts
slide contact, hard gold plated
1.5 µm, self-cleaning
Climatic environmental conditions
Operating temperature
0 °C ... 55 °C,
-20 °C … +60 °C for components with extended
temperature range (750-xxx/025-xxx)
Storage temperature
-20 °C ... +85 °C
Relative humidity
5 % … 95 % without condensation
Resistance to harmful substances
acc. to IEC 60068-2-42 and IEC 60068-2-43
Maximum pollutant concentration at SO2 ≤ 25 ppm
relative humidity < 75%
H2S ≤ 10 ppm
Special conditions
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Ensure that additional measures for components are
taken, which are used in an environment involving:
– dust, caustic vapors or gases
– ionization radiation
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The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Technical Data
Safe electrical isolation
Air and creepage distance
acc. to IEC 60664-1
Degree of pollution
acc. To IEC 61131-2
2
Degree of protection
Degree of protection
IP 20
Electromagnetic compatibility
Immunity to interference for industrial areas acc. to EN 61000-6-2 (2001)
Test specification
Test values
Strength
class
Evaluation
criteria
EN 61000-4-2 ESD
4 kV/8 kV (contact/air)
2/3
B
EN 61000-4-3
electromagnetic fields
10 V/m 80 MHz ... 1 GHz
3
A
EN 61000-4-4 burst
1 kV/2 kV (data/supply)
2/3
B
EN 61000-4-5 surge
Data:
DC
supply:
AC
supply:
EN 61000-4-6
RF disturbances
-/- (line/line)
B
1 kV (line/earth)
2
0.5 kV (line/line)
1
0.5 kV (line/earth)
1
1 kV (line/line)
2
2 kV (line/earth)
3
10 V/m 80 % AM
(0.15 ... 80 MHz)
B
B
3
A
Emission of interference for industrial areas acc. to EN 61000-6-4 (2001)
Test specification
Limit values/[QP]*) Frequency range
Distance
EN 55011 (AC supply,
conducted)
79 dB (µV)
150 kHz ... 500 kHz
73 dB (µV)
500 kHz ... 30 MHz
EN 55011 (radiated)
40 dB (µV/m)
30 MHz ... 230 MHz
10 m
47 dB (µV/m)
230 MHz ... 1 GHz
10 m
Emission of interference for residential areas acc. to EN 61000-6-3 (2001)
Test specification
Limit values/[QP]*) Frequency range
Distance
EN 55022 (AC supply,
conducted)
66 ... 56 dB (µV)
150 kHz ... 500 kHz
56 dB (µV)
500 kHz ... 5 MHz
60 dB (µV)
5 MHz ... 30 MHz
EN 55022 (DC supply/data,
conducted)
40 ... 30 dB (µA)
150 kHz ... 500 kHz
30 dB (µA)
500 kHz ... 30 MHz
EN 55022 (radiated)
30 dB (µV/m)
30 MHz ... 230 MHz
10 m
37 dB (µV/m)
230 MHz ... 1 GHz
10 m
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Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Technical Data
• 19
Mechanical strength acc. to IEC 61131-2
Test specification
Frequency range
Limit value
IEC 60068-2-6 vibration
5 Hz ≤ f < 9 Hz
1.75 mm amplitude (permanent)
3.5 mm amplitude (short term)
9 Hz ≤ f < 150 Hz
0.5 g (permanent)
1 g (short term)
Note on vibration test:
a) Frequency change: max. 1 octave/minute
b) Vibration direction: 3 axes
IEC 60068-2-27 shock
15 g
Note on shock test:
a) Type of shock: half sine
b) Shock duration: 11 ms
c) Shock direction: 3x in positive and 3x in negative
direction for each of the three mutually perpendicular axes
of the test specimen
IEC 60068-2-32 free fall
1m
(module in original packing)
*) QP: Quasi Peak
Note
If the technical data of components differ from the values described here, the
technical data shown in the manuals of the respective components shall be
valid.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
20 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Technical Data
For Products of the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 with ship specific approvals
supplementary guidelines are valid:
Electromagnetic compatibility
Immunity to interference acc. to Germanischer Lloyd (2003)
Test specification
Test values
Strength
class
Evaluation
criteria
IEC 61000-4-2 ESD
6 kV/8 kV (contact/air)
3/3
B
IEC 61000-4-3
electromagnetic fields
10 V/m 80 MHz ... 2 GHz
3
A
IEC 61000-4-4 burst
1 kV/2 kV (data/supply)
2/3
A
IEC 61000-4-5 surge
AC/DC
Supply:
0.5 kV (line/line)
1
A
1 kV (line/earth)
2
IEC 61000-4-6
RF disturbances
10 V/m 80 % AM
(0.15 ... 80 MHz)
3
A
Type test AF disturbances 3 V, 2 W
(harmonic waves)
-
A
Type test high voltage
-
-
755 V DC
1500 V AC
Emission of interference acc. to Germanischer Lloyd (2003)
Test specification
Limit values
Type test
96 ... 50 dB (µV)
(EMC1, conducted)
allows for ship bridge control 60 ... 50 dB (µV)
applications
50 dB (µV)
Type test
80 ... 52 dB (µV/m)
(EMC1, radiated)
52 ... 34 dB (µV/m)
allows for ship bridge control
applications
54 dB (µV/m)
except: 24 dB (µV/m)
Frequency range
Distance
10 kHz ... 150 kHz
150 kHz ... 350 kHz
350 kHz ... 30 MHz
150 kHz ... 300 kHz
3m
300 kHz ... 30 MHz
3m
30 MHz ... 2 GHz
3m
156 MHz ... 165 MHz
3m
Mechanical strength acc. to Germanischer Lloyd (2003)
Test specification
Frequency range
Limit value
IEC 60068-2-6 vibration
(category A – D)
2 Hz ≤ f < 25 Hz
± 1.6 mm amplitude (permanent)
25 Hz ≤ f < 100 Hz
4 g (permanent)
Note on vibration test:
a) Frequency change: max. 1 octave/minute
b) Vibration direction: 3 axes
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Technical Data
Range of
application
Required specification
emission of interference
Required specification
immunity to interference
Industrial areas
EN 61000-6-4 (2001)
EN 61000-6-2 (2001)
Residential areas
EN 61000-6-3 (2001)*)
EN 61000-6-1 (2001)
• 21
*) The system meets the requirements on emission of interference in residential areas with
the field bus coupler/controller for:
ETHERNET 750-342/-841/-842/-860
LonWorks
750-319/-819
CANopen
750-337/-837
DeviceNet
750-306/-806
MODBUS
750-312/-314/ -315/ -316
750-812/-814/ -815/ -816
With a special permit, the system can also be implemented with other field bus
couplers/controllers in residential areas (housing, commercial and business areas, smallscale enterprises). The special permit can be obtained from an authority or inspection
office. In Germany, the Federal Office for Post and Telecommunications and its branch
offices issues the permit.
It is possible to use other field bus couplers/controllers under certain boundary
conditions. Please contact WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG.
Maximum power dissipation of the components
Bus modules
0.8 W / bus terminal (total power dissipation,
system/field)
Field bus coupler/controller
2.0 W / coupler/controller
Warning
The power dissipation of all installed components must not exceed the
maximum conductible power of the housing (cabinet).
When dimensioning the housing, care is to be taken that even under high
external temperatures, the temperature inside the housing does not exceed the
permissible ambient temperature of 55 °C.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Technical Data
Dimensions
01 02
A
A
A
C
C
B
B
A
C
B
D
D
A
C
C
B
D
B
D
D
24V 0V
100
+ +
-
35
-
51
12
24
64
65
22 •
Side view
Fig. 2-2: Dimensions
Dimensions in mm
g01xx05e
Note
The illustration shows a standard coupler. For detailed dimensions, please
refer to the technical data of the respective coupler/controller.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Manufacturing Number
• 23
2.3 Manufacturing Number
The manufacturing number indicates the delivery status directly after
production.
This number is part of the lateral marking on the component.
In addition, starting from calendar week 43/2000 the manufacturing number is
also printed on the cover of the configuration and programming interface of
the field bus coupler or controller.
PROFIBUS
72072
GL
NO
DS
SW
HW
FWL
0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 - B 0 60 0 60 0 60
24V DC
AWG 28-14
55°C max ambient
LISTED 22ZA AND 22XM
750-333
WAGO - I/O - SYSTEM
ITEM-NO.:750-333
PROFIBUS DP 12 MBd /DPV1
Hansastr. 27
D-32423 Minden
Power Supply
Field
II 3 GD
DEMKO 02 ATEX132273 X
EEx nA II T4
+
24 V
0V
Power Supply
Electronic
PATENTS PENDING
Manufacturing Number
0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 - B 0 6 0 6 0 6
01030002
03-B
060606
72072
Calendar
week
Year
Software
version
Hardware Firmware Loader Internal
version
version
Number
Fig. 2-3: Example: Manufacturing Number of a PROFIBUS field bus coupler 750-333
g01xx15e
The manufacturing number consists of the production week and year, the
software version (if available), the hardware version of the component, the
firmware loader (if available) and further internal information for
WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
24 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Component Update
2.4 Component Update
For the case of an Update of one component, the lateral marking on each
component contains a prepared matrix .
This matrix makes columns available for altogether three updates to the entry
of the current update data, like production order number (NO; starting from
calendar week 13/2004), update date (DS), software version (SW), hardware
version (HW) and the firmware loader version (FWL, if available).
Update Matrix
Current Version data for:
Production Order
Number
NO
Datestamp
DS
Software index
SW
Hardware index
HW
1. Update 2. Update 3. Update
Firmware loader index FWL
" only starting from
calendar week 13/2004
" only for coupler/
controller
If the update of a component took place, the current version data are registered
into the columns of the matrix.
Additionally with the update of a field bus coupler or controller also the cover
of the configuration and programming interface of the coupler or controller is
printed on with the current manufacturing and production order number.
The original manufacturing data on the housing of the component remain
thereby.
2.5 Storage, Assembly and Transport
Wherever possible, the components are to be stored in their original
packaging. Likewise, the original packaging provides optimal protection
during transport.
When assembling or repacking the components, the contacts must not be
soiled or damaged. The components must be stored and transported in
appropriate containers/packaging. Thereby, the ESD information is to be
regarded.
Statically shielded transport bags with metal coatings are to be used for the
transport of open components for which soiling with amine, amide and
silicone has been ruled out, e.g. 3M 1900E.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
• 25
2.6 Mechanical Setup
2.6.1
Installation Position
Along with horizontal and vertical installation, all other installation positions
are allowed.
Attention
In the case of vertical assembly, an end stop has to be mounted as an
additional safeguard against slipping.
WAGO item 249-116
End stop for DIN 35 rail, 6 mm wide
WAGO item 249-117
End stop for DIN 35 rail, 10 mm wide
2.6.2
Total Expansion
The length of the module assembly (including one end module of 12mm
width) that can be connected to the coupler/controller is 780 mm. When
assembled, the I/O modules have a maximum length of 768 mm.
Examples:
• 64 I/O modules of 12 mm width can be connected to one
coupler/controller.
• 32 I/O modules of 24 mm width can be connected to one
coupler/controller.
Exception:
The number of connected I/O modules also depends on which type of
coupler/controller is used. For example, the maximum number of I/O modules
that can be connected to a PROFIBUS coupler/controller is 63 without end
module. The maximum total expansion of a node is calculated as follows:
Warning
The maximum total length of a node without coupler/controller must not
exceed 780 mm. Furthermore, restrictions made on certain types of
couplers/controllers must be observed (e.g. for PROFIBUS).
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
26 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
2.6.3
2.6.3.1
Assembly onto Carrier Rail
Carrier Rail Properties
All system components can be snapped directly onto a carrier rail in
accordance with the European standard EN 50022 (DIN 35).
Warning
WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG supplies standardized carrier rails
that are optimal for use with the I/O system. If other carrier rails are used,
then a technical inspection and approval of the rail by WAGO
Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG should take place.
Carrier rails have different mechanical and electrical properties. For the
optimal system setup on a carrier rail, certain guidelines must be observed:
• The material must be non-corrosive.
• Most components have a contact to the carrier rail to ground electromagnetic disturbances. In order to avoid corrosion, this tin-plated carrier
rail contact must not form a galvanic cell with the material of the carrier
rail which generates a differential voltage above 0.5 V (saline solution of
0.3% at 20°C) .
• The carrier rail must optimally support the EMC measures integrated into
the system and the shielding of the bus module connections.
• A sufficiently stable carrier rail should be selected and, if necessary,
several mounting points (every 20 cm) should be used in order to prevent
bending and twisting (torsion).
• The geometry of the carrier rail must not be altered in order to secure the
safe hold of the components. In particular, when shortening or mounting
the carrier rail, it must not be crushed or bent.
• The base of the I/O components extends into the profile of the carrier rail.
For carrier rails with a height of 7.5 mm, mounting points are to be riveted
under the node in the carrier rail (slotted head captive screws or blind
rivets).
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
2.6.3.2
• 27
WAGO DIN Rail
WAGO carrier rails meet the electrical and mechanical requirements.
2.6.4
Item Number
Description
210-113 /-112
35 x 7.5; 1 mm; steel yellow chromated; slotted/unslotted
210-114 /-197
35 x 15; 1.5 mm; steel yellow chromated; slotted/unslotted
210-118
35 x 15; 2.3 mm; steel yellow chromated; unslotted
210-198
35 x 15; 2.3 mm; copper; unslotted
210-196
35 x 7.5; 1 mm; aluminum; unslotted
Spacing
The spacing between adjacent components, cable conduits, casing and frame
sides must be maintained for the complete field bus node.
Fig. 2-4: Spacing
g01xx13x
The spacing creates room for heat transfer, installation or wiring. The spacing
to cable conduits also prevents conducted electromagnetic interferences from
influencing the operation.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
28 •
2.6.5
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
Plugging and Removal of the Components
Warning
Before work is done on the components, the voltage supply must be turned
off.
In order to safeguard the coupler/controller from jamming, it should be fixed
onto the carrier rail with the locking disc To do so, push on the upper groove
of the locking disc using a screwdriver.
To pull out the field bus coupler/controller, release the locking disc by
pressing on the bottom groove with a screwdriver and then pulling the orange
colored unlocking lug .
Fig. 2-5: Coupler/Controller and unlocking lug
g01xx12e
It is also possible to release an individual I/O module from the unit by pulling
an unlocking lug.
Fig. 2-6: removing bus terminal
p0xxx01x
Danger
Ensure that an interruption of the PE will not result in a condition which
could endanger a person or equipment!
For planning the ring feeding of the ground wire, please see chapter 2.6.3.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
2.6.6
• 29
Assembly Sequence
All system components can be snapped directly on a carrier rail in accordance
with the European standard EN 50022 (DIN 35).
The reliable positioning and connection is made using a tongue and groove
system. Due to the automatic locking, the individual components are securely
seated on the rail after installing.
Starting with the coupler/controller, the bus modules are assembled adjacent
to each other according to the project planning. Errors in the planning of the
node in terms of the potential groups (connection via the power contacts) are
recognized, as the bus modules with power contacts (male contacts) cannot be
linked to bus modules with fewer power contacts.
Attention
Always link the bus modules with the coupler/controller, and always plug
from above.
Warning
Never plug bus modules from the direction of the end terminal. A ground
wire power contact, which is inserted into a terminal without contacts, e.g. a
4-channel digital input module, has a decreased air and creepage distance to
the neighboring contact in the example DI4.
Always terminate the field bus node with an end module (750-600).
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
30 •
2.6.7
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
Internal Bus/Data Contacts
Communication between the coupler/controller and the bus modules as well as
the system supply of the bus modules is carried out via the internal bus. It is
comprised of 6 data contacts, which are available as self-cleaning gold spring
contacts.
Fig. 2-7: Data contacts
p0xxx07x
Warning
Do not touch the gold spring contacts on the I/O modules in order to avoid
soiling or scratching!
ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)
The modules are equipped with electronic components that may be destroyed
by electrostatic discharge. When handling the modules, ensure that the
environment (persons, workplace and packing) is well grounded. Avoid
touching conductive components, e.g. data contacts.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
2.6.8
• 31
Power Contacts
Self-cleaning power contacts , are situated on the side of the components
which further conduct the supply voltage for the field side. These contacts
come as touchproof spring contacts on the right side of the coupler/controller
and the bus module. As fitting counterparts the module has male contacts on
the left side.
Danger
The power contacts are sharp-edged. Handle the module carefully to prevent
injury.
Attention
Please take into consideration that some bus modules have no or only a few
power jumper contacts. The design of some modules does not allow them to
be physically assembled in rows, as the grooves for the male contacts are
closed at the top.
Fig. 2-8: Example for the arrangement of power contacts
g0xxx05e
Recommendation
With the WAGO ProServe® Software smartDESIGNER, the structure of a
field bus node can be configured. The configuration can be tested via the
integrated accuracy check.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
32 •
2.6.9
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Mechanical Setup
Wire Connection
All components have CAGE CLAMP® connections.
The WAGO CAGE CLAMP® connection is appropriate for solid, stranded
and finely stranded conductors. Each clamping unit accommodates one
conductor.
Fig. 2-9: CAGE CLAMP® Connection
g0xxx08x
The operating tool is inserted into the opening above the connection. This
opens the CAGE CLAMP®. Subsequently the conductor can be inserted into
the opening. After removing the operating tool, the conductor is safely
clamped.
More than one conductor per connection is not permissible. If several
conductors have to be made at one connection point, then they should be made
away from the connection point using WAGO Terminal Blocks. The terminal
blocks may be jumpered together and a single wire brought back to the I/O
module connection point.
Attention
If it is unavoidable to jointly connect 2 conductors, then a ferrule must be
used to join the wires together.
Ferrule:
Length
8 mm
Nominal cross section max.
1 mm2 for 2 conductors with 0.5 mm2
each
WAGO Product
216-103
or products with comparable properties
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
• 33
2.7 Power Supply
2.7.1
Isolation
Within the field bus node, there are three electrically isolated potentials.
• Operational voltage for the field bus interface.
• Electronics of the couplers/controllers and the bus modules (internal bus).
• All bus modules have an electrical isolation between the electronics
(internal bus, logic) and the field electronics. Some digital and analog input
modules have each channel electrically isolated, please see catalog.
Fig. 2-10: Isolation
g0xxx01e
Attention
The ground wire connection must be present in each group. In order that all
protective conductor functions are maintained under all circumstances, it is
recommended that a ground wire be connected at the beginning and end of a
potential group. (ring format, please see chapter 2.8.3). Thus, if a bus module
comes loose from a composite during servicing, then the protective conductor
connection is still guaranteed for all connected field devices.
When using a joint power supply unit for the 24 V system supply and the
24 V field supply, the electrical isolation between the internal bus and the
field level is eliminated for the potential group.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
34 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
2.7.2
2.7.2.1
System Supply
Connection
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 requires a 24 V direct current system supply
(-15 % or +20 %). The power supply is provided via the coupler/controller
and, if necessary, in addition via the internal system supply modules
(750-613). The voltage supply is reverse voltage protected.
Attention
The use of an incorrect supply voltage or frequency can cause severe damage
to the component.
Fig. 2-11: System Supply
g0xxx02e
The direct current supplies all internal system components, e.g.
coupler/controller electronics, field bus interface and bus modules via the
internal bus (5 V system voltage). The 5 V system voltage is electrically
connected to the 24 V system supply.
Fig. 2-12: System Voltage
g0xxx06e
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Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
• 35
Attention
Resetting the system by switching on and off the system supply, must take
place simultaneously for all supply modules (coupler/controller and
750-613).
2.7.2.2
Alignment
Recommendation
A stable network supply cannot be taken for granted always and everywhere.
Therefore, regulated power supply units should be used in order to guarantee
the quality of the supply voltage.
The supply capacity of the coupler/controller or the internal system supply
module (750-613) can be taken from the technical data of the components.
Internal current consumption*)
Current consumption via system voltage:
5 V for electronics of the bus modules and
coupler/controller
Residual current for bus
terminals*)
Available current for the bus modules. Provided by
the bus power supply unit. See coupler/controller
and internal system supply module (750-613)
*)
cf. catalogue W4 Volume 3, manuals or internet
Example
Coupler 750-301:
internal current consumption:350 mA at 5 V
residual current for
bus modules:
1650 mA at 5 V
2000 mA at 5 V
sum I(5V) total :
The internal current consumption is indicated in the technical data for each
bus terminal. In order to determine the overall requirement, add together the
values of all bus modules in the node.
Attention
If the sum of the internal current consumption exceeds the residual current
for bus modules, then an internal system supply module (750-613) must be
placed before the module where the permissible residual current was
exceeded.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
36 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
Example:
A node with a PROFIBUS Coupler 750-333 consists of 20 relay
modules (750-517) and 10 digital input modules (750-405).
Current consumption:
20* 90 mA = 1800 mA
10* 2 mA =
Sum
1820 mA
20 mA
The coupler can provide 1650 mA for the bus modules. Consequently,
an internal system supply module (750-613), e.g. in the middle of the
node, should be added.
Recommendation
With the WAGO ProServe® Software smartDESIGNER, the assembly of a
field bus node can be configured. The configuration can be tested via the
integrated accuracy check.
The maximum input current of the 24 V system supply is 500 mA. The exact
electrical consumption (I(24 V)) can be determined with the following formulas:
Coupler/Controller
I(5 V) total =
Sum of all the internal current consumption of the connected
bus modules
+ internal current consumption coupler/controller
750-613
I(5 V) total =
Sum of all the internal current consumption of the connected
bus modules
Input current I(24 V) =
5 V / 24 V * I(5 V) total / η
η = 0.87 (at nominal load)
Attention
If the electrical consumption of the power supply point for the 24 V-system
supply exceeds 500 mA, then the cause may be an improperly aligned node
or a defect.
During the test, all outputs, in particular those of the relay modules, must be
active.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
2.7.3
Field Supply
2.7.3.1
Connection
• 37
Sensors and actuators can be directly connected to the relevant channel of the
bus module in 1/4 conductor connection technology. The bus module supplies
power to the sensors and actuators. The input and output drivers of some bus
modules require the field side supply voltage.
The coupler/controller provides field side power (DC 24V). In this case it is a
passive power supply without protection equipment.
Power supply modules are available for other potentials, e. g. AC 230 V.
Likewise, with the aid of the power supply modules, various potentials can be
set up. The connections are linked in pairs with a power contact.
Fig. 2-13: Field Supply (Sensor/Actuator)
g0xxx03e
The supply voltage for the field side is automatically passed to the next
module via the power jumper contacts when assembling the bus modules .
The current load of the power contacts must not exceed 10 A on a continual
basis. The current load capacity between two connection terminals is identical
to the load capacity of the connection wires.
By inserting an additional power supply module, the field supply via the
power contacts is disrupted. From there a new power supply occurs which
may also contain a new voltage potential.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
38 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
Attention
Some bus modules have no or very few power contacts (depending on the I/O
function). Due to this, the passing through of the relevant potential is
disrupted. If a field supply is required for subsequent bus modules, then a
power supply module must be used.
Note the data sheets of the bus modules.
In the case of a node setup with different potentials, e.g. the alteration from
DC 24 V to AC 230V, a spacer module should be used. The optical
separation of the potentials acts as a warning to heed caution in the case of
wiring and maintenance works. Thus, the results of wiring errors can be
prevented.
2.7.3.2
Fusing
Internal fusing of the field supply is possible for various field voltages via an
appropriate power supply module.
750-601
24 V DC, Supply/Fuse
750-609
230 V AC, Supply/Fuse
750-615
120 V AC, Supply/Fuse
750-610
24 V DC, Supply/Fuse/Diagnosis
750-611
230 V AC, Supply/Fuse/Diagnosis
Fig. 2-14: Supply module with fuse carrier (Example 750-610)
g0xxx09x
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
• 39
Warning
In the case of power supply modules with fuse holders, only fuses with a
maximum dissipation of 1.6 W (IEC 127) must be used.
For UL approved systems only use UL approved fuses.
In order to insert or change a fuse, or to switch off the voltage in succeeding
bus modules, the fuse holder may be pulled out. In order to do this, use a
screwdriver for example, to reach into one of the slits (one on both sides) and
pull out the holder.
Fig. 2-15: Removing the fuse carrier
p0xxx05x
Lifting the cover to the side opens the fuse carrier.
Fig. 2-16: Opening the fuse carrier
p0xxx03x
Fig. 2-17: Change fuse
p0xxx04x
After changing the fuse, the fuse carrier is pushed back into its original
position.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
40 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
Alternatively, fusing can be done externally. The fuse modules of the WAGO
series 281 and 282 are suitable for this purpose.
Fig. 2-18: Fuse modules for automotive fuses, series 282
pf66800x
Fig. 2-19: Fuse modules with pivotable fuse carrier, series 281
pe61100x
Fig. 2-20: Fuse modules, series 282
pf12400x
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
2.7.4
• 41
Supplementary Power Supply Regulations
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 can also be used in shipbuilding or offshore
and onshore areas of work (e. g. working platforms, loading plants). This is
demonstrated by complying with the standards of influential classification
companies such as Germanischer Lloyd and Lloyds Register.
Filter modules for 24-volt supply are required for the certified operation of the
system.
Item No.
Name
Description
750-626
Supply filter
Filter module for system supply and field supply (24 V,
0 V), i.e. for field bus coupler/controller and bus power
supply (750-613)
750-624
Supply filter
Filter module for the 24 V- field supply
(750-602, 750-601, 750-610)
Therefore, the following power supply concept must be absolutely complied
with.
Fig. 2-21: Power supply concept
g01xx11e
Note
Another potential power terminal 750-601/602/610 must only be used behind
the filter terminal 750-626 if the protective earth conductor is needed on the
lower power contact or if a fuse protection is required.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
2.7.5
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
Supply Example
Attention
The system supply and the field supply should be separated in order to ensure
bus operation in the event of a short-circuit on the actuator side.
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
a)
b)
750-400
750-410
750-401
750-613
2)
1)
750-616
1) d)
c)
750-612
750-512
750-512
750-513
750-616
750-610
750-552
750-630
750-600
2)
Shield (screen) bus
Main ground bus
10 A
42 •
System
Supply
230V
24V
Field
Supply
230V
24V
Field
Supply
10 A
1) Separation module
recommended
2) Ring-feeding
recommended
a) Power Supply
on coupler / controller
via external Supply
Module
b) Internal System
Supply Module
c) Supply Module
passive
d) Supply Module
with fuse carrier/
diagnostics
Fig. 2-22: Supply example
g0xxx04e
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Power Supply
2.7.6
• 43
Power Supply Unit
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 requires a 24 V direct current system supply
with a maximum deviation of -15 % or +20 %.
Recommendation
A stable network supply cannot be taken for granted always and everywhere.
Therefore, regulated power supply units should be used in order to guarantee
the quality of the supply voltage.
A buffer (200 µF per 1 A current load) should be provided for brief voltage
dips. The I/O system buffers for approx 1 ms.
The electrical requirement for the field supply is to be determined individually
for each power supply point. Thereby all loads through the field devices and
bus modules should be considered. The field supply as well influences the bus
modules, as the inputs and outputs of some bus modules require the voltage of
the field supply.
Attention
The system supply and the field supply should be isolated from the power
supplies in order to ensure bus operation in the event of short circuits on the
actuator side.
WAGO products
Item No.
Description
787-903
Primary switched-mode, DC 24 V, 5 A
wide input voltage range AC 85-264 V
PFC (Power Factor Correction)
787-904
Primary switched-mode, DC 24 V, 10 A
wide input voltage range AC 85-264 V
PFC (Power Factor Correction)
787-912
Primary switched-mode, DC 24 V, 2 A
wide input voltage range AC 85-264 V
Rail-mounted modules with universal mounting carrier
288-809
288-810
288-812
288-813
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
AC 115 V / DC 24 V; 0,5 A
AC 230 V / DC 24 V; 0,5 A
AC 230 V / DC 24 V; 2 A
AC 115 V / DC 24 V; 2 A
44 •
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Grounding
2.8 Grounding
2.8.1
Grounding the DIN Rail
2.8.1.1
Framework Assembly
When setting up the framework, the carrier rail must be screwed together with
the electrically conducting cabinet or housing frame. The framework or the
housing must be grounded. The electronic connection is established via the
screw. Thus, the carrier rail is grounded.
Attention
Care must be taken to ensure the flawless electrical connection between the
carrier rail and the frame or housing in order to guarantee sufficient
grounding.
2.8.1.2
Insulated Assembly
Insulated assembly has been achieved when there is constructively no direct
conduction connection between the cabinet frame or machine parts and the
carrier rail. Here the earth must be set up via an electrical conductor.
The connected grounding conductor should have a cross section of at least
4 mm2.
Recommendation
The optimal insulated setup is a metallic assembly plate with grounding
connection with an electrical conductive link with the carrier rail.
The separate grounding of the carrier rail can be easily set up with the aid of
the WAGO ground wire terminals.
Item No.
Description
283-609
1-conductor ground (earth) terminal block make an automatic contact to
the carrier rail; conductor cross section: 0.2 -16 mm2
Note: Also order the end and intermediate plate (283-320).
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Grounding
2.8.2
• 45
Grounding Function
The grounding function increases the resistance against disturbances from
electro-magnetic interferences. Some components in the I/O system have a
carrier rail contact that dissipates electro-magnetic disturbances to the carrier
rail.
Fig. 2-23: Carrier rail contact
g0xxx10e
Attention
Care must be taken to ensure the direct electrical connection between the
carrier rail contact and the carrier rail.
The carrier rail must be grounded.
For information on carrier rail properties, please see chapter 2.6.3.2.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
46 •
2.8.3
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Grounding
Grounding Protection
For the field side, the ground wire is connected to the lowest connection
terminals of the power supply module. The ground connection is then
connected to the next module via the Power Jumper Contact (PJC). If the bus
module has the lower power jumper contact, then the ground wire connection
of the field devices can be directly connected to the lower connection
terminals of the bus module.
Attention
Should the ground conductor connection of the power jumper contacts within
the node become disrupted, e. g. due to a 4-channel bus terminal, the ground
connection will need to be re-established.
The ring feeding of the grounding potential will increase the system safety.
When one bus module is removed from the group, the grounding connection
will remain intact.
The ring feeding method has the grounding conductor connected to the
beginning and end of each potential group.
Fig. 2-24: Ring-feeding
g0xxx07e
Attention
The regulations relating to the place of assembly as well as the national
regulations for maintenance and inspection of the grounding protection must
be observed.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Shielding (Screening)
• 47
2.9 Shielding (Screening)
2.9.1
General
The shielding of the data and signal conductors reduces electromagnetic
interferences thereby increasing the signal quality. Measurement errors, data
transmission errors and even disturbances caused by overvoltage can be
avoided.
Attention
Constant shielding is absolutely required in order to ensure the technical
specifications in terms of the measurement accuracy.
The data and signal conductors should be separated from all high-voltage
cables.
The cable shield should be potential. With this, incoming disturbances can be
easily diverted.
The shielding should be placed over the entrance of the cabinet or housing in
order to already repel disturbances at the entrance.
2.9.2
Bus Conductors
The shielding of the bus conductor is described in the relevant assembly
guidelines and standards of the bus system.
2.9.3
Signal Conductors
Bus modules for most analog signals along with many of the interface bus
modules include a connection for the shield.
Note
For a better shield performance, the shield should have previously been
placed over a large area. The WAGO shield connection system is suggested
for such an application.
This suggestion is especially applicable if the equipment can have even
current or high impulse formed currents running through (for example
initiated by atmospheric discharge).
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
48 •
2.9.4
The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Assembly Guidelines/Standards
WAGO Shield (Screen) Connecting System
The WAGO Shield Connecting system includes a shield clamping saddle, a
collection of rails and a variety of mounting feet. Together these allow many
different possibilities. See catalog W4 volume 3 chapter 10.
Fig. 2-25: WAGO Shield (Screen) Connecting System
p0xxx08x, p0xxx09x, and p0xxx10x
Fig. 2-26: Application of the WAGO Shield (Screen) Connecting System
p0xxx11x
2.10 Assembly Guidelines/Standards
DIN 60204,
Electrical equipping of machines
DIN EN 50178
Equipping of high-voltage systems with electronic
components (replacement for VDE 0160)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Description
• 49
3 Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
3.1 Description
The programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833 combines the
PROFIBUS DP-functionality of the Field Bus Coupler 750-333 with that of a
programmable logic control (PLC). The application program is created with
WAGO-I/O-PRO in accordance with IEC 61131-3. The programmer has
access to all field bus and I/O data.
• Load relief for the central controls using decentral processing units
• Dividing complex applications into individual testable units
• Programmable fault reaction in the case of a field bus system failure
• Load relief of the communication system PROFIBUS DP by signal
preprocessing
• Reduction of reaction times by direct access to the periphery (without
having pass through the field bus system PROFIBUS DP)
• Stand Alone, smallest scale control (station address 0)
• Use for decentral and central control
• Programmable in accordance with IEC 61131-3 in all 5 languages: IL, LD,
FBD, ST and SFC.
In the initialization phase, the coupler determines the physical structure of the
node and creates the process image of all inputs and outputs on this basis.
In this process, it looks at all of the byte-orientated (complex) terminals from
the point of view of the internal PLC (CPU) and allocates them to the
appropriate process image (input and/or output image) in its order from the
bus controller to the final terminal.
Afterwards, all binary bus terminals are allocated to each process image after
appearing on the node. This takes place continuously in one byte array.
The PROFIBUS process image mirrors the physical arrangement of the bus
terminals. It is also possible to combine terminals with a granularity of 2 or 4
bits into bytes.
The physical structure of the field bus node may be individually adapted to the
configuration of each system without changing the addressing of a global
control application. This is done by parameterizing the modules accordingly
with the aid of the planning environment (for instance, WAGO NETCON,
COM PROFIBUS, STEP7, Profi-Map, etc.).
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
50 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Description
•
The diagnostics concept is based on the identification and channel based
diagnostics in accordance with EN 50170. In this manner it is not necessary to
program modules for evaluation of the manufacturer specific diagnostics
information.
•
Process data length
max. 244 byte input process image (128 byte up to SW 02)
max. 244 byte output process image (128 byte up to SW 02)
•
Automatic recognition of the transmission speed on the PROFIBUS of
9.6 kBd to 12 MBd
•
All I/O modules from the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 are supported
•
Configuration modules can be parameterized as wildcards.
•
Parameterizable substitute value for each channel
•
D-Sub 9 pole bus connection
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Hardware
• 51
3.2 Hardware
3.2.1
View
Fig. 3.2.1-1: Field Bus Coupler 750-833 PROFIBUS DP/V1
g083300e
The Controller comprises of:
• Device supply with internal system supply module for the system supply as
well as power jumper contacts for the field supply via assembled I/O
modules
• Field bus connection
• 2 rotary switches for the station address (decimal)
• Display elements (LED) for status display of the operation, the bus
communication, the operating voltages as well as for fault messages and
diagnostics
• Configuration and programming interface
• Operating mode switch
• Electronics for communication with the I/O modules (internal bus) and the
field bus interface
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Device Supply
The supply is fed via clamps with CAGE CLAMP® connection. Device
supply is intended for system supply and field side supply.
I/O Modules
24 V
1
5
24 V
24 V / 0 V
5V
10 nF
Electronic
5V
0V
2
6
24 V
24 V
Electronic
3.2.2
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Hardware
Fieldbus
Interface
52 •
3
7
Fieldbus
Interface
0V
0V
4
10 nF
8
750-333
Fig. 3.2.2-2: Device supply
g033301e
The integrated internal system supply module generates the necessary voltage
to supply the electronics and the connected I/O modules.
The field bus interface is supplied with galvanically isolated voltage from the
internal system supply module.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Hardware
3.2.3
• 53
Field Bus Connection
The PROFIBUS interface is designed as a D-Sub connection in accordance
with the US Standard EIA RS 485 for cable linked data transmission.
Fig. 3.2.3-3: Bus connection, D-Sub female connector
g012102x
Pin
Signal
Description
3
RxD(TxD)-P
Transmit (receive) signal
4
RTS
Ready to send
5
GND
Supply ground
6
Vcc
Supply voltage
8
RxD(TxD)-N
Transmit (receive) signal
The galvanic isolation between the field bus system and the electronics is
achieved by means of DC/DC converter and optocoupler.
The connection point is mechanically lowered permitting fitting in an 80 mm
high switch box once connected.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
54 •
3.2.4
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Hardware
Display Elements
The operating status of the field bus coupler or of the node is signaled via light
diodes (LED).
Fig. 3.2.4-4: Display elements 750-833
g012107x
LED
Color
Meaning
RUN
green
The RUN-LED indicates to the user whether the field bus coupler /
controller is correctly initialized.
BF
red
The BF-LED indicates whether the communication via the
PROFIBUS is functioning.
DIA
red
The DIA-LED indicates an external diagnostics. The signaling is
not supported by all devices.
BUS
red
The BUS-LED signals a projecting fault.
IO
red /green The I/O-LED indicates the operation of the node and signals faults
/ orange
occurring.
USR
red /green The USR-LED can be selected by a user program in a
/ orange
programmable field bus controller.
A
green
Status of the operating voltage – system
C
green
Status of the operating voltage – power jumper contacts
*)
LED-Position depends on manufacturer
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Hardware
3.2.5
• 55
Station Address
The station address is determined via two decimal rotary switches on the bus
controller.
ADDRESS
x1
78
23
901
456
x10
78
23
901
456
Fig. 3.2.5-5: Creating the station address
g012108x
The switch „x1“ determines the unit position of the address. The switch „x10“
determines the tens position of the address. Valid station addresses lie between
1 and 99.
The station address is taken over by the field bus coupler after switching on
the device (initialization phase). Adjustments to the switch during operation
have no effect.
Note
After Power-On the station address 0 causes the run-up of the controller and
start of the PFC functions, without the field bus being active.
Using this function, an Stand Alone, smallest scale control can be realized
using the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Any station address may be used from SW 03. The user determines whether
the controller may start up with the default configuration using a functional
building block.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
56 •
3.2.6
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Hardware
Configuration and Programming Interface
The configuration and programming interface is located behind the cover flap.
This is used to communicate with WAGO-I/O-CHECK and WAGO-I/O-PRO
as well as for firmware transmitting.
Fig. 3.2.6-6: Configuration interface
g01xx07e
The communication cable (750-920) is connected to the 4 pole male header.
Warning
The communication cable 750-920 must not be connected or disconnected
while the coupler/controller is powered on!
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Hardware
3.2.7
• 57
Operating Mode Switch
The operating mode switch is located behind the cover flap.
Fig. 3.2.7-7: Operating mode switch
g01xx10e
The switch is a push/slide switch with 3 settings and a hold-to-run function.
Operating Mode Switch
Function
From middle to top position
Activate program processing (RUN)
From top to middle position
Stop program processing (STOP)
Lower position, bootstrap
For original loading of firmware,
not necessary for user
Push down
(e. g with a screwdriver)
Hardware reset
All outputs and flags are reset; variables are set to 0 or
to FALSE or to an initial value.
The hardware reset can be performed with STOP as
well as RUN in any position of the operating mode
switch!
An operating mode is internally changed at the end of a PFC cycle.
Warning
If outputs are set when switching over the operating mode switch from RUN
to STOP they remain set! Switching off on the software side e.g. by initiators,
are ineffective, because the program is no longer processed.
Note
With "GET_STOP_VALUE" (library "System.lib") WAGO-I/O-PRO
provides a function which serves to recognize the last cycle prior to a
program stop giving the user the possibility to program the behavior of the
controller in case of a STOP. With the aid of this function the controller
outputs can be switched to a safe condition.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
58 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Operating System
3.3 Operating System
3.3.1
Run-Up
The controller runs-up after switching on the supply voltage or after a
hardware reset. The PFC user program in the flash memory is transferred to
the RAM . The I/O-LED flashes orange.
The controller then checks the internal bus and the field bus interface .
Following this the I/O modules and the present configuration is determined.
At the same time a list is generated which is not visible from outside. This
includes an input and an output area, which is shown on the field bus RAM of
the protocol chip. This is followed by the initialization of the system. The
variables are set to 0 or to FALSE or to an initialization value given by the
PLC program. The flags retain their status. The I/O-LED blinks red during
this phase.
Following a fault free run-up the controller changes over to the "field bus
start" mode . The I/O-LED lights up green.
A PFC user program does not yet exist in the flash memory when delivered.
The controller runs-up as described, without initializing the system. It then
behaves as a coupler.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Operating System
3.3.2
• 59
PFC Cycle
The PFC cycle starts following a fault free run-up when the operating mode
switch is in the top position or by a start command from the WAGO-I/OPRO. The input and output data of the field bus and the I/O modules as well as
the times are read. Subsequently the PFC user program in the RAM is
processed followed by the output data of the field bus and the I/O modules in
the process image . Operating system functions, amongst others, for
diagnostics and communication are performed and the time is actualized at the
end of the PFC cycle. The cycle starts again with the reading in of the input
and output data and the times.
The change of the operating mode (STOP/RUN) is made at the end of a PFC
cycle.
The cycle time is the time from the start of the PFC user program to the next
start. If a loop is programmed within a PFC user program the PFC run time
and thus the PFC cycle are extended correspondingly.
The inputs, outputs and times are not updated during the processing of the
PLC program. This actualization occurs in a defined manner only at the end of
the PLC program. For this reason it is not possible to wait for an event from
the process or the elapse of a time within a loop.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
60 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Operating System
Switching on the
supply voltage
I/O LED
is blinking
orange
Is a PFC
program in the flash
memory ?
No
Yes
PLC program transfer
from the flash memory to RAM
Determination of the I/O modules
and the configuration
Variables are set to 0 or FALSE
or to their initial value,
flags remain in the same status.
Initialization
of the system
I/O LED
is blinking
red
Test o.k.?
No
Yes
Operating mode
Determination of the I/O modules
and the configuration
STOP
RUN
Stop
No
operating mode switch
is in the top position or
start command in
WAGO-IO-PRO :
Online/Start or
Online/Stop
Test o.k.?
Yes
PFC cycle
Reading inputs, outputs and times
Fieldbus data,
data of I/O modules
PFC program
is processed
Fieldbus start
behavior as a coupler
I/O LED
is shining
green
Fieldbus data,
data of I/O modules
Writing outputs
Operating system functions,
updating times
operating mode switch
Operating mode
STOP is in the top position or
RUN
Fig. 3.3.2-8: Operating system 750-833
start command in
WAGO-IO-PRO :
Online/Start or
Online/Stop
g012112e
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Process Image
• 61
3.4 Process Image
3.4.1
Local Process Image
The process is mapped on the PROFIBUS with the module configuration. This
is the reason why this description is only important for programming the
controller with WAGO-I/O-PRO.
After power-up, the controller recognizes all I/O modules connected in the
node (data width/bit width > 0). Analog and digital I/O modules can be mixed.
The controller generates an internal local process image from the data width
and the type of I/O module as well as the position of the I/O modules in the
node. This is divided into an input and an output area.
Attention
For the number of input and output bits or bytes of the individual I/O
modules please refer to the corresponding description of the I/O modules.
The data of the I/O modules is separated for the local input and output process
image in the sequence of their position after the controller in the individual
process image.
First of all, the byte-orientated bus terminals are filed in the process image and
then the bit-orientated. The bits of the digital terminals are combined into
bytes. If the number of digital I/Os is greater than 8 bits, the coupler
automatically begins another byte.
Attention
If a node is changed or extended this may result in a new process image
structure. In case of an extension the process data of all previous clamps is to
be considered.
In addition, the data of the PFC variables are separated according to input and
output data and put into the process image of the controller.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
62 •
3.4.2
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Process Image
Allocation of the Input and Output Data
The process data is exchanged via PROFIBUS with the higher ranking
controls (Master). A maximum of 244 bytes (128 byte up to SW 02) of data is
transmitted from the master to the controller, or node, to the output data. The
controller returns a maximum of 244 bytes (128 byte from SW 03) input data
as a reply to the master.
When projecting a node, the individual modules are configured according to
their physical arrangement. These modules can be copied from a hardware
catalogue of the projecting tool. The information covering the possible
modules is saved in the GSD file.
The controller generates an internal mapping according to the installed and
configured settings of the node, in which the allocation of the input and output
data is determined in the local process image with the position in the
PROFIBUS DP Telegram.
Fig. 3.4.2-9: Allocation of the input and output data
g012117e
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Process Image
• 63
The PFC variables are also configured through the hardware catalogue.
From 1 to 64 bytes of input variables and from 1 to 64 bytes output variables
may be configured for field bus controllers up to SW 03.
In addition, there are PFC configuration modules available with data type
information from SW 03.
Note
PFC output variables are defined from point of view of the programmable
field bus controller. From the point of view of PROFIBUS, these are input
variables. Accordingly, PFC input variables are output variables for
IEC 61131-3 access of the field bus:
IEC 61131-3 input variable
= PFC output variable
PFC input variable
= IEC 61131-3 output variable
Fieldbus
PLC
input
variables
PLC
output
variables
Programmable
fieldbus controller
PFC
input
variables
PFC
output
variables
Fig. 3.4.2-10: Correlation of IEC 61131-3 variables and PFC variables
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3.4.3
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Process Image
Process Data Structure for PROFIBUS-DP
With some I/O modules, the structure of the process data is field bus specific.
Depending on how the coupler is parameterized, the status bytes (S), control
bytes (C) and data bytes (D0...Dn) of the byte or word orientated modules are
transmitted via PROFIBUS in Motorola or Intel format.
More Information
You can find the field bus specific process data structure for all I/O Modules
of WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 and 753 in chapter 5.2, “Design of the Process
Data for PROFIBUS-DP”.
3.4.4
Data Exchange
For data exchange, the controller is equipped with three interfaces:
• The interface to field bus (-master),
• The PLC functionality of the PFC (CPU) and
• The interface to the bus modules
Data exchange takes place between the field bus master and the bus modules,
between the PLC functionality of the PFC (CPU) and the bus modules as well
as between the field bus master and the PLC functionality of the PFC (CPU).
3.4.5
Memory Areas
The controller uses a memory space of 256 words (word 0 ... 255) for the
physical input and output data. The controller is assigned an additional
memory space for mapping the PFC variables defined according to
IEC 61131-3. This extended memory space (word 256 ... 511 each) is used to
map the PFC variables behind the physical process image. The division of the
memory spaces and the access of the PLC functionality (CPU) to the process
data is identical with all WAGO field bus controllers. Access is via an
application related IEC 61131-3 program and independent on the field bus
system.
Access from the field bus side is field bus specific.
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Programmable fieldbus controller
Memory area
for input data
word 0
Fieldbus
1
I/O modules
input
modules
word 255
word 256
3
PFC
input
variables
word 511
IEC 61131
program
CPU
Memory area
for output data
word 0
2
output
modules
word 255
word 256
4
I
O
PFC
output
variables
word 511
Abb. 3-11: Memory areas and data exchange for a field bus controller
g012434d
In its memory space word 0 ... 255, the controller process image contains the
physical data of the bus modules.
#
The data of the input modules can be read by the CPU and from the
field bus side.
$
In the same manner, writing to the output modules is possible from the
CPU and from the field bus side. The value of the field bus master is
written to the output while writing on an output.
The PFC variables are filled in the memory space word 256 ... 511 of the
process image.
%
The PFC input variables are written in the input memory space from
the field bus side and read by the CPU for further processing.
&
The variables processed by the CPU via the IEC 61131-3 program are
filed in the output memory space and can be read out by the master.
In addition, the controller offers further memory spaces, which cannot be
accessed from the field bus side:
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Process Image
RAM
The RAM memory is used to create variables not required for
communication with the interfaces but for internal processing,
such as computation of results.
Retain
The retain memory is a non-volatile memory, i.e. all values are
retained following a voltage failure. The memory management
is automatic. In this memory area, flags for the IEC 61131-3
program are filed together with variables without memory space
addressing or variables, which are explicitly defined with "var
retain".
Note
The automatic memory management can cause a data overlap. For this
reason, we recommend not to use a mix of flags and retain variables.
Code
memory
The IEC 61131-3 program is filed in the code memory. The
code memory is a flash ROM. Once the supply voltage is
applied, the program is transmitted from the flash to the RAM
memory. After an error-free start-up, the PFC cycle starts when
the operating mode switch is turned to its upper position or by a
start command from WAGO-I/O-PRO.
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Process Image
3.4.6
3.4.6.1
• 67
Addressing
I/O Module Data
The CPU has direct access to the bus terminal data through absolute
addresses. Addressing is organized word-by-word and begins with the address
0 both with inputs and outputs. The corresponding addresses for bits, bytes
and double words (dword) are derived from the word addresses.
Data Size
Addresses up to SW 02
Bit
0.0
...
0.7
0.8
...
0.15
1.0
...
1.7
1.8
...
1.15
...
62.0
...
62.7
62.8
...
62.15
63.0
...
63.7
63.8
...
63.15
Byte
0
1
2
3
...
124
125
126
127
Word
0
1
Dword
...
0
62
63
...
Data Size
31
Addresses from SW 03
Bit
0.0
...
0.7
0.8
...
0.15
1.0
...
1.7
1.8
...
1.15
...
120.0
...
120.7
120.8
...
120.15
121.0
...
121.7
121.8
...
121.15
Byte
0
1
2
3
...
240
241
242
243
Word
Dword
0
1
0
...
120
...
121
60
The structure of the process image is described in chapter 3.4., “Process
Image” is done in this structure.
Input data
Output data
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%IW0
|
%IWn
word oriented data
%In+1
|
%In+m
bit oriented data
%QW0
|
%QWn
word oriented data
%Qn+1
|
%Qn+m
bit oriented data
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Process Image
3.4.6.2
Field Bus Variables
Data Size
Addresses up to SW 02
Bit
256.0
...
256.7
256.8
...
256.15
257.0
...
257.7
257.8
...
257.15
...
318.0
...
318.7
318.8
...
318.15
319.0
...
319.7
319.8
...
319.15
Byte
512
513
514
515
...
636
637
638
639
Word
256
257
Dword
128
318
319
...
Data Size
159
Addresses from SW 03
Bit
256.0
...
256.7
256.8
...
256.15
257.0
...
257.7
257.8
...
257.15
...
376.0
...
376.7
376.8
...
376.15
377.0
...
377.7
377.8
...
377.15
Byte
512
513
514
515
...
752
753
754
755
Word
256
257
DWord
3.4.6.3
...
...
128
376
377
...
188
Flags
Data Size
Addresses
Bit
0.0
...
0.7
0.8
...
0.15
1.0
...
1.7
1.8
...
1.15
...
4094.0
...
4094.7
4094.8
...
4094.1
5
4095.0
...
4095.7
4095.8
...
4095.7
Byte
0
1
2
3
...
8188
8189
8190
8191
Word
Dword
0
1
0
...
...
4094
4095
2047
All flags are non volatile (retain).
3.4.6.4
Calculate Addresses
The word address is the basis for calculation (word).
Bit Address
Word address .0 to .15
Byte Address
1st byte:
2nd byte:
Dword Address
lower section: Word address (even numbers) / 2
upper section: Word address (odd numbers) / 2, rounded off
2 x Word address
2 x Word address + 1
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Process Image
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• 69
Example for Absolute Addresses
Data Size
Inputs
Bit
Byte
%IX14.0 ... 15
%IB28
Word
%IB29
%IB31
%IW15
%ID7
Outputs
Bit
Byte
%IB30
%IW14
Dword
Data size
%IX15.0 ... 15
%QX5.0 ... 15
%QB10
%QB11
%QX6.0 ... 15
%QB12
%QB13
Word
%QW5
%QW6
Dword
%QD2 (upper part)
%QD3 (lower part)
%MX11.0 ... 15
%MX12.0 ... 15
Data Size
Bit
Byte
Flags
%MB22
%MB23
%MB24
%MB25
Word
%MW11
%MW12
Dword
%MD5 (upper part)
%MD6 (lower part)
The character 'X' for single bits can be deleted, e. g.%I14.0, %Q6.10, %M11.7
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Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO
3.5 Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO
Due to the IEC 61131 programming of the PROFIBUS field bus controller
750-833 you have the option to use the functionality of a PLC beyond the
functions of field bus coupler 750-333.
An application program according to IEC 61131-3 is created using the
programming tool WAGO-I/O-PRO.
This manual, however, does not include a description of how to program with
WAGO-I/O-PRO. In contrast, the following chapters are to describe the
special modules for WAGO-I/O-PRO for you to utilize explicitly for
programming the PROFIBUS field bus controller.
The description also explains transmitting the IEC 61131-3 program into the
controller and loading a suitable communication driver.
More Information
For a detailed description of how to use the software, please refer to the
WAGO-I/O-PRO manual.
3.5.1
PROFIBUS Library for WAGO-I/O-PRO
You are offered various libraries for different IEC 61131-3 programming
applications in WAGO-I/O-PRO. They contain modules for universal use and
can, thereby, facilitate and speed up the creation of your program. As
standard, the library 'standard.lib' is available for you.
The library described in the following is specifically intended for PROFIBUS
projects with WAGO-I/O-PRO :
• PROFIBUS.LIB
• PNO_COM_PROXY.LIB
This library is loaded on the WAGO-I/O-PRO CD.
Having integrated this library, you have access to its POUs, data types and
global variables, which can be used in the same manner as those defined by
yourself.
More Information
For a detailed description of the POUs and the software operation, please
refer to the WAGO-I/O-PRO manual.
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Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO
3.5.2
• 71
IEC 61131-3 Program Transfer
Program transfer from the PC to the controller following programming of the
desired IEC 61131 application can be made in two different ways:
• via the serial interface or
• via the field bus.
A suitable communication driver each is required for both types.
More Information
For information on the installation of the communication drivers as well as
details regarding the use of the software, please refer to the
WAGO-I/O-PRO manual .
Note
The station address 0 starts up the controller after switching on POWER-ON
and it also starts the PFC functions without the field bus being active.
This function allows an autarkic smallest scale control with the
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750.
Autarkic smallest scale control
Any station address may be used from SW 03. The user determines whether
the controller may start up with the default configuration using a functional
building block.
3.5.2.1
Transmission via the Serial Interface
Use the WAGO communication cable to produce a physical connection via the
serial interface. This is contained in the scope of delivery of the programming
tool IEC 1131-3, order No.: 759-333, or can be purchased as an accessory
under order No.: 750-920.
Connect the COM port of your PC with the communication interface of your
controller via the WAGO communication cable.
Warning
The communication cable 750-920 must not be connected or disconnected
while the coupler/controller is powered on!
A communication driver is required for serial data transmission. In
WAGO-I/O-PRO , this driver and its parameters are entered in the
"Communication parameters" dialog.
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Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO
1. Start the WAGO-I/O-PRO software via 'Start/Programs' or by double
clicking on the WAGO-I/O-PRO symbol on your desk top.
2. In the "Online" menu click on the "Communication parameters" menu
point. The dialog "Communication parameters" opens.
3. In the selection window mark the desired driver on the right-hand dialog
side (i.e. "Serial (RS232)", to configure the serial connection between PC
and the controller).
4. In the center window of the dialog, the following entries have to appear:
-Parity:
Even
-Stop bits:
1
If necessary, change the entries accordingly.
You can now commence testing the controller.
Note
To be able to access the controller, ensure that the operating mode switch of
the controller is set to the center or the top position.
5. Under "Online" click on the "Log-on" menu point to log into the controller.
(The WAGO-I/O-PRO Server is active during online operation. The
communication parameters cannot be polled.)
6. If there is not a program in the controller, a window appears asking whether
or not the program is to be loaded. Confirm with "Yes". Subsequently the
current program will be loaded.
7. As soon as the program is loaded, you can start the program via the
"Online" menu, menu point "Start". At the right-hand end of the status bar,
the system signals "ONLINE RUNNING".
8. To terminate the online operation, return via the "Online" menu and click
on the "Log-off" menu point.
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Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO
3.5.2.2
Transmission via the Field Bus
The field bus cable is the physical connection between the PC and the
controller. It is necessary to have a suitable communication driver for data
transmission. This driver and its parameterization is entered in
WAGO-I/O-PRO in the “communication parameter” dialog.#
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Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO
3.5.2.2.1
MSAC2 Interface
The communication between WAGO-I/O-PRO and the PFC run-time system
of the field bus coupler is performed via the READ and WRITE services of
the acyclic communication channel MSAC2 (Master-Slave-Acyclic Class 2).
This channel exists parallel to the cyclic data exchange MSCY (Master-SlaveCyclic) and has no influence on it. The program download and debugging
transmission speed is very effective, since the relevant telegrams are sent or
received in a PROFIBUS telegram. The transmission speed depends on the
physical requirements of PROFIBUS (e.g. baud rate).
1. Start the WAGO-I/O-PRO software via 'Start/Programs'
or by double clicking on the WAGO-I/O-PRO- symbol on your desktop.
2. In the "Online" menu click on the "Communication parameters" menu
point
3. Click on the "New" button to define a driver in the
"Communication parameter" dialog.
4. Enter any name and mark the desired driver "Hilscher PA Interface
Standard" in the selection window of the dialog.
Subsequently confirm with "OK".
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Programming of the PFC with WAGO-I/O-PRO
• 75
5. The following entries have to appear in the center window of the dialog:
- Interface
Number of the Interface corresponding to PC configuration
Class 2 station address of the master
- Baud rate
Baud rate of the PROFIBUS system
- Node number
Station address of the PROFIBUS controller to be programmed
- Highest station address
Highest station address in the PROFIBUS network
- Waiting time
Waiting time in ms for the preparation of the station list
- Data base
To operate the PROFIBUS card (WAGO) as a class 2 master, the data base
on the card must be deleted only once by WAGO-I/O-PRO. Once the data
base has been deleted, it can be left unchanged.
Note
Prerequisite for the access to the controller is that the operating mode switch
of the controller is in the center or top position.
6. Under "Online" click on the "Log-on" menu point to log into the
controller.
(During online operation, the WAGO-I/O-PRO server is active. The
communication parameters cannot be polled.)
7. If there is not a program contained in the controller, a window appears
asking whether or not the program is to be loaded. Confirm with "Yes".
Subsequently the current program is loaded.
8. As soon as the program is loaded, you can start processing the program via
the "Online" menu, menu point "Start".
At the right-hand end of the status bar, the system signals "ONLINE
RUNNING".
9. To terminate the online operation, return via the "Online" menu and click
on the "Log-off" menu point.
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Configuration
3.6 Configuration
3.6.1
Configuration of the I/O Modules
The configuration of the node is performed in accordance with the physical
requirements of the field bus controllers and I/O modules.
The field bus controller or the process data channel is to be configured on the
first slot.
The other slots are configured in accordance with the physical requirements of
the I/O modules, whereby only I/O modules with process data are relevant.
The supply modules without diagnostics, the bus internal system supply
module and the termination module are to be ignored during configuration, as
they do not provide any process data.
2 or 3 modules per I/O module are entered in the hardware catalogue. The
modules appear as
750-xyz ..., e.g. 750-400 2 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms. and PFC 750-xyz ..., e. g.
PFC 750-400 2 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms.
The identification PFC 750-xyz ... states that the module concerned is
exclusively processed by the internal control application. Its process data is
not transmitted via the PROFIBUS DP to the master or to the higher ranking
controls.
Also the entry *750-xyz .... is listed for all binary modules with a channel
granularity of 2 and 4. When using this identification the controller adds the
binary information of the current module in a byte previously opened with
750-xyz .... The use of a „*“ module is only permitted when the number of
channels is less or identical to the remaining bits in the previously opened
byte. The binary I/O modules combined in a byte may be at different
locations, i.e. binary I/O modules of a different signal type or byte orientated
I/O modules can be connected between.
In order to configure the scope of the connected peripheries individually and
independent of the control program, it is possible to parameter the I/O
modules in the configuration table as „not plug fitted“. In this manner the
process data still on the PROFIBUS DP can be filtered for the individual
module and not transmitted to the periphery or read by it.
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Configuration
3.6.2
• 77
Configuration of the Field Bus Variables
With the 750-833, after configuration of the connected periphery, the memory
area is configured due to the variable arrangement of the field bus variables.
There are configuration modules up to SW 02.
For the Input Image
1 byte PFC-Outputs
2 byte PFC- Outputs
up to
64 byte PFC- Outputs
For the Output Image
1 byte PFC- Inputs
2 byte PFC- Inputs
up to
64 byte PFC- Inputs
PFC configuration modules are used in the GSD file with data type
information from SW 03.
For the Input Image
1 byte PFC-Outputs (data type)
2 byte PFC-Outputs (data type)
etc.
Data types:
For the Output Image
1 byte PFC- Inputs (data type)
2 byte PFC- Inputs (data type)
etc.
Boolean
Integer8, Integer16, Integer32
Unsigned8, Unsigned16, Unsigned32
Visib. String
Octet String
The previously used modules are still supported.
By optionally combining the existing modules it is possible to project the
required length on the field bus variables for PROFIBUS DP.
Attention
The SFC 14 or SFC 15 is to be used with S7 if the PFC inputs or PFC outputs
are more than 4 bytes. The same also applies for I/O modules with a data
width of more than 4 bytes.
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3.6.3
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Configuration
GSD Files
Under PROFIBUS DP the features of the devices are defined by the
manufacturer in the form of a GSD file (device master data) and made
available to the user.
The GSD files are standardized so that configuration of any DP Slave can be
done with the configuration software from the various manufactures.
More Information
The PNO provides information about the GSD files of all listed
manufacturers.
GSD and symbol files for the configuration of the I/O modules are available
on the CD ROM ELECTRONICC Tools and Docs (Art.-Nr.: 0888-0412)
or at http://www.wago.com.
GSD File for I/O Module 750-833
WAGOB756.GSD
The GSD file is read by the configuration software and the corresponding
settings are transferred. For the necessary entries and handling steps please
refer to the software user manuals.
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Configuration
3.6.4
• 79
Identification Bytes
The identification bytes contain information about the structure and the scope
of the inputs and outputs of the device. For projecting, each I/O module is
allocated an identification or module.
Bit
7
Meaning
6
5
0
0
1
1
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
...
1
0
0
0
...
1
0
0
1
...
1
0
1
0
...
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Data length
1 byte or word
2 bytes or words
3 bytes or words
...
16 bytes or 16 words
Input and output
Spec. identification formats
Input
Output
Input and output
Format
0 = byte structure
1 = word structure
Consistency about
Byte or word
Total length
For the special identification byte (bit 4 and 5 = 00) is defined:
Bit
7
Meaning
6
5
0
0
0
1
1
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0
1
0
1
4
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
...
1
1
0
0
...
1
1
0
0
...
1
1
0
1
...
0
1
Length of the manufacturer specific data
0 = no manufacturer specific data
1 ... 14 = length of the manufacturer specific data
15 = no manufacturer specific data follows
Input and output
Spec. identification formats
Input and output
unassigned slot
a length byte for inputs follows
a length byte for outputs follows
a length byte each for inputs and outputs follows
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Configuration
Structure of the length bytes:
Bit
7
Meaning
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
...
1
0
...
1
0
...
1
0
...
1
1
...
1
0
...
1
0
1
0
1
Data length
1 byte or word
...
63 bytes or 63 words
Format
0 = byte structure
1 = word structure
Consistency about
Byte or word
Total length
Since the adoption of the DP/V1 specification, it is possible to add data type
information to the process data that is described via the special identification
byte. This is done using the manufacturer specific data.
Structure of the identification:
Octet 1
Bit
7
Meaning
6
5
0
0
0
1
1
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
...
1
1
0
0
...
1
1
0
0
...
1
1
0
1
...
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
Length of the manufacturer specific data
0 = no manufacturer specific data
1 ... 14 = length of the manufacturer specific data
15 = no manufacturer specific data follows
Input and output
Spec. identification formats
Input and output
unassigned slot
a length byte for inputs follows
a length byte for outputs follows
a length byte each for inputs and outputs follows
Structure of the length bytes:
Octet 2 / 3
Bit
7
Meaning
6
0
1
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
...
1
0
...
1
0
...
1
0
...
1
1
...
1
0
...
1
Data length
1 byte or word
...
63 bytes or 63 words
Formats
Byte structure
Consistency about
Total length
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Configuration
• 81
The data coding in the following octets is defined:
Octet 3 or 4 up to 16 or 17
Bit
Meaning
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Data Type
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
–
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Boolean
Integer8
Integer16
Integer32
Unsigned8
Unsigned16
Unsigned32
Floating Point
Visible String
Octet String
Date
Time Of Day
Time Difference
Time Of Day
Time Difference
reserved
Array Of Boolean
Array Of Integer8
Array Of Integer16
Array Of Integer32
Array Of Unsigned8
Array Of Unsigned16
Array Of Unsigned32
Array Of Floating Point
This information is saved in the GSD file. For projecting, the I/O module is
selected in accordance with the item number using the configuration software
contained in the hardware catalogue of the I/O module.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
82 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Configuration
Modules are compiled in the table to make things simpler.
Module
Meaning
Example
Module
Configuration for digital I/O modules:
A new byte is generated in the
respective process image. The binary
information of the I/O modules is
mapped on the least significant bit of
the byte.
750-400 2 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
Configuration for analog I/O modules:
750-461 2 AI/RTD
Only the user data required for
750-550 2 AO/0-10 V
operating the I/O module are mapped in
the appropriate process image area
(input process image and/or output
process image).
3.6.4.1
*-Module
Configuration for digital I/O modules.
A module opened byte is fulfilled with
binary information of the I/O module.
*750-400 2 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
RA module
Configuration of complex, in particular
analog I/O modules. Input and output
information inclusive CONTROL and
STATUS byte is mapped in the
respective process image area. This
way, the register structure of the
respective I/O modules can be accessed
when parameterization is done via
cyclic process data exchange.
750-461 2 AI/RTD RA
750-550 2 AO/0-10 V RA
PFC module
Allocation of the individual I/O module
to the process image of the internal
PLC. The process data is exclusively
available for the PFC user program.
PFC 750-400 2 DI/24 V DC/3.0
ms
Bus Controller Modules
Order No.
750-833
750-833
750-833
3.6.4.2
Description
no process data channel
2 byte process data channel
4 byte process data channel
Module
0x00
0xB1
0xB3
I/O Modules
Note
You can find a list of all I/O modules with all possible identification bytes in
chapter 5.3 “PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules “.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Configuration
3.6.5
• 83
Example
A field bus node with a controller and 17 I/O modules should make the
arrangement clear.
2
3
4
DI DI
DI DI
AI AI
5
402
402
402
452
6
7
8
9
10
DO DO DO DO DO DO DO DO
11
12
AO AO
AI AI
550
452
13
14
15
16
AO AO AI AI
17
DO DO
750-333
1
DI DI
602
504
504
504
504
602
550
452
504
602
600
PROFIBUS
Fig. 3.6.5-12: Example application
No.
1
2
3
4
I/O Modules
g012115x
Module
Identification
PI Master *
Inputs
Digital input
750-402 4 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
EB12.0
Digital input
0x10
EB12.1
Digital input
EB12.2
Digital input
EB12.3
Digital input
*750-402 4 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
EB12.4
Digital input
0x00
EB12.5
Digital input
EB12.6
Digital input
EB12.7
Digital input
750-402 4 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
EB13.0
Digital input
0x10
EB13.1
Digital input
EB13.2
Digital input
EB13.3
Outputs
Analog input
750-452 2 AI/0-20 mA/diff.
EW0
Analog input
0x51
EW2
5
Power supply
Power supply
---
6
Digital output
750-504 4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
AB8.0
Digital output
0x20
AB8.1
7
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
---
Digital output
AB8.2
Digital output
AB8.3
Digital output
*750-504 4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
AB8.4
Digital output
0x00
AB8.5
Digital output
AB8.6
Digital output
AB8.7
84 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Configuration
No.
8
9
I/O Modules
Module
Identification
PI Master *
Inputs
Outputs
Digital output
750-504 4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
AB9.0
Digital output
0x20
AB9.1
Digital output
AB9.2
Digital output
AB9.3
Digital output
*750-504 4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
AB9.4
Digital output
0x00
AB9.5
Digital output
AB9.6
Digital output
AB9.7
10
Potential supply
Potential supply
11
Analog output
750-550 2 AO/0-10 V
AW0
Analog output
0x61
AW2
Analog input
750-452 2 AI/0-20 mA/diff.
EW4
Analog input
0x51
EW6
Analog output
750-550 2 AO/0-10 V
AW4
Analog output
0x61
AW6
Analog input
750-452 2 AI/0-20 mA/diff.
EW8
Analog input
0x51
EW10
15
Power supply
Power supply
---
16
Digital output
750-504 4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
AB10.0
Digital output
0x20
AB10.1
12
13
14
17
---
---
---
Digital output
AB10.2
Digital output
AB10.3
End module
End module
---
---
* The master addresses listed in the table correspond to the allocation of the process data
given in the master configuration.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Parameterization of the Controllers
• 85
3.7 Parameterization of the Controllers
Before a data exchange can be performed between master and slave, a
parameterization is required in addition to configuration.
The extended parameters (Extended User_Prm_Data) are provided via GSD
files as selectable text in the configuration programs.
Description
Value
Restart the internal bus after a
fault
Restart of the terminal bus following a fault,
such as, for example, no termination module
following
POWER ON RESET*)
an interruption of the supply
AUTORESET
immediately after overcoming the internal bus
fault
The diagnostics information of all I/O modules
with a diagnostics capability, for which the
diagnostics is released are
released*)
transferred to PROFIBUS DP master
locked
not transferred to PROFIBUS DP master
Word or double word oriented process data, is
transferred to PROFIBUS DP master in:
INTEL
„Little Endian Format“
MOTOROLA*)
„Big Endian Format“
In the case of a malfunction of the
PROFIBUS DP communication the status of the
connected output periphery can be influenced in
various ways:
Stop internal bus
The process data exchange on the internal bus is
transmission
stopped, all outputs drop out after a module
specific monitoring time of 100 ms
Set output image to zero
all outputs are immediately reset
Freeze output image
all outputs maintain the last status before the
malfunction
Write substitute values*)
all outputs switch a parameterizable substitute
value
PFC fault strategy
PFC takes over the control via the output image
In the event of a malfunction of an internal
communication between field bus controller and
I/O modules, such as, for example no
termination module,
Stop PROFIBUS data
the data exchange with the PROFIBUS master is
exchange*)
stopped.
Set input image to zero
the input information is set to zero
Freeze input image
the input information prevailing before the fault
is maintained
Using binary I/O modules containing redundant
data on the internal data bus side,
Process data and diagnostics all data of the internal data bus image are
mapped in the PFC image
data*)
only process data
only the relevant data, that are connected to the
periphery (no diagnostics data), are mapped in
the PFC image
When projecting PFC modules using the
PROFIBUS DP configuration tool, the modules
I/O module diagnostics
Process value display
Behavior in case of a
PROFIBUS DP fault
Reaction to an internal bus fault
PFC-Mapping of binary I/O
modules
Projecting of virtual PFC
modules
not possible*)
possible
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Meaning
cannot be parameterized as “not being
connected”
can be parameterized as “not being connected”
86 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Parameterization of the Controllers
Description
Value
Meaning
Start-up via DPV1 channel
The cyclic data exchange
locked *)
released
Slot allocation
DPV1 compatible*)
S7 compatible
*)
occurs after a successful parameterization and
configuration
occurs after a release on the acyclic C1 channel
or C2 channel
Assigning the slots for acyclic read and write is
performed
according DPV1 format
according S7 format
Default settings
The complete data block encompasses 26 parameterized bytes. The first 10
bytes are laid down via the DP and DPV1 standard. The others receive
manufacturer specific parameters.
Byte No.
Bit No.
Value
Meaning
Standard Parameters
0
1
2
0-7
0-7
0-7
2-255
2-255
3
0-7
11-255
4
5
6
0-7
0-7
0-7
183, 0xB7
86, 0x56
7
8
9
0-7
0-7
0-7
Station status (see EN 50170)
Watchdog factor 1
Watchdog factor 2
Watchdog:
The response monitoring is the result of
Watchdog_Factor_1 x Watchdog_Factor_2 x 10 ms (1 ms)
Min TSDR,
Earliest time in TBit after which the slave can reply
Manufacturer identification (high byte)
Manufacturer identification (low byte)
Group membership,
Broad and multicast telegrams (SYNC, FREEZE)
DPV1 status 1 (see EN 50170)
DPV1 status 2 (see EN 50170)
DPV1 status 3 (see EN 50170)
Manufacturer Parameters
10
11
12
13
14
0-7
0-7
0-7
0-7
0
0
0
0
0
0
1*)
0
1*)
0
0
1
15
16
2-7
0-7
0-2
3
4-7
'011'
0
1*)
'1100'
Table 0, register 0 LB, reserved
Table 0, register 0 HB, reserved
Table 0, register 1 LB, reserved
Table 0, register 1 HB, reserved
Table 0, register 2 LB
Device diagnostics locked
Device diagnostics released
Internal bus restart after fault: POWER-ON-RESET
Internal bus restart after fault: AUTORESET
reserved
Table 0, register 2 HB, reserved
Table 0, register 3 LB
reserved
Data format byte orientated I/O modules: INTEL
Data format byte orientated I/O modules: MOTOROLA
reserved
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Parameterization of the Controllers
Byte No.
Bit No.
Value
17
0-2
'000'
'001'
'010'
'011' *)
'100'
'101' - '111'
3-5
18
19
20
6-7
0-7
0-7
'000' *)
'001'
'010'
'011' - '111'
'00'
'1100.0011'
'0111.1111'
0
0
1
1
2-7
0
1
'0000 00'
21
0-3
4
'0001'
0
1
5
22
23
24
25
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
6-7
0-7
0-7
0-7
0-7
0
1
'00'
'0000.0000'
'0000.0000'
'0000.0000'
'0000.0000'
Meaning
Table 0, register 3 HB
Reaction to field bus fault:
- stop internal bus transmission
- set output image to zero
- freeze output image
- write substitute values
- PFC fault strategy
- not possible
Reaction to internal bus fault:
- Exit data exchange
- Set input image to zero
- Freeze input image
- not possible
reserved
Table 0, register 4 LB, reserved
Table 0, register 4 HB, reserved
Table 100, Register 0 LB, reserved
PFC mapping binary I/O modules
- process and diagnostics data
- only process data
Configuration of virtual PFC modules
- not possible
- possible
reserved
Table 100, register 0 HB, reserved
reserved
Start-up via DPV1-Kanal
- locked
- released
Slot allocation
- DPV1 compatible
- S7 compatible
reserved
Table 100, register 1 LB, reserved
Table 100, register 1 HB, reserved
Table 100, register 2 LB, reserved
Table 100, register 2 HB, reserved
• 87
88 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Configuration and Parameterization of the Modules
3.8 Configuration and Parameterization of the Modules
3.8.1
Process Data Channel of the Bus Controller
The process data channel , which has been parameterized as PFC interface and
which requires 2-byte I/O data, is used for communication between WAGOI/O-PRO and the run-time system of the field bus controller as described
before. The register interface that has been implicitly allocated for the
identification "750-833 4-byte process data channel “ and that must be
explicitly activated for "750-833 2-byte process data channel “is not usable by
the user and should not be used. If none of these interfaces are used, the
process data channel can be projected with a length of zero.
(750-833 No process data channel).
Module
Identification
hex
Identification
dec
750-833 no process data channel
750-833 2 byte process data channel
750-833 4 byte process data channel
*)
Default setting
0x00
0xB1
0xB3
0
177
179
Process Image
Input Image
in [Byte]
0
0*) / 2 / 4
0
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
*)
Parameter
Process data interface
Output Image
in [Byte]
0
0*) / 2 / 4
0
Default settings
Value
Meaning
PFC interface*)
Register interface
The process data interface is for
- program transfer
- register communication
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
PFCIntf0
RegIntf1
italic
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reg
Intf
PFC
Intf
0
1
0
1
PFC interface switched off
PFC interface switched on (default)
Register interface switched off (default)
Register interface switched on
Cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Configuration and Parameterization of the Modules
• 89
Attention
One of these configuration modules has to be placed in the first module slot
of the configuration table. Otherwise, the bus coupler signals a configuration
error on the BUS-LED and in the status signal of the PROFIBUS diagnostics
if it was released when parametering the bus coupler.
3.8.2
Parameterization of I/O Modules
Note
You can find a list of all I/O modules with all possible parameters in chapter
5.4 “Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules”.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
90 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
3.9 Diagnostics
The slave diagnostics of the controller comprises of a 6 bytes of standard
diagnostics, 9 bytes of identification based diagnostics, 7 bytes of device
status and up to 42 bytes of channel based diagnostics.
In the reply telegram of the diagnostics selection, in addition to the standard
diagnostics, at least the identification based diagnostics and the device status
are transmitted. This could be followed by up to 14 channel based diagnostics
messages (3 bytes per message).
Byte
0
Station status 1
1
Station status 2
2
Station status 3
3
DP-Master-Address
4
Manufacturer
identification
5
6
7
:
:
14
:
Diagnostics
module based
(8 byte)
15
16
:
:
21
:
22
Device status
Diagnostics
channel based
(3 byte per channel)
23
24
:
Status
parameterization
(5 byte per module)
:
:
:
63
:
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
3.9.1
• 91
Stations Status 1 to 3
see EN 50170
3.9.2
PROFIBUS DP Master Address
The PROFIBUS DP master address is located in byte 3 of the slave
diagnostics and contains the master address parameterized by the station and
to which it has write and read access.
3.9.3
Manufacturer Identification
The manufacturer identification is located in bytes 4 and 5 and contains a 16
bit code, intended for the identification of the device or the device class.
3.9.4
Identification based Diagnostics
The identification based diagnostics comprises of a bit field containing a bit
information for each connected module. The individual bit provides
information about the current operating status. A 0 means no fault, a 1
indicates a faulty module status. The controller can be fitted with up to 63
modules, so that the identification based diagnostics including header covers 9
bytes from byte 6 to byte 14.
Byte
Information
6
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
Header byte
(9 byte identification based diagnostics
incl. header)
7
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diagnostics allocation to
8
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
8
9
23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16
10
31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24
11
39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32
12
47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40
13
55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48
14
63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Description
Field bus controller (n = 0)
I/O module n (n = 1 ... 63)
92 •
3.9.5
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
Device Status
The device status includes the required overhead 7 byte and transmits internal
status information as well as information relating to the internal bus,
PROFIBUS DP and the PFC-RTS to the master or the higher ranking controls.
Byte
Information
Description
15
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
Header byte
(7 byte status information
incl. header)
16
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Status type
(manufacturer specific device status)
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Slot number 0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Status differentiation
(none)
19
q
q
n
n
n
n
n
n
Status message
q – Status source
'00' Internal status
'01' Internal bus status
'10' PROFIBUS DP status
'11' PFC-RTS status
n – Status number
20
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Status argument
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserved
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
3.9.5.1
3.9.5.2
• 93
Internal Status Messages and Arguments
Status
Message
Status
Argument
Description
0x00
0x00
No fault
0x01
0x00
EEPROM check sum fault / check sum fault in the flash
parameter area
0x01
0x01
Overflow inline code buffer
0x01
0x02
Unknown data type
0x01
0x03
Module type for flash program memory could not be
determined / is incorrect
0x01
0x04
Fault when writing in the FLASH memory
0x01
0x05
Fault when deleting the FLASH memory
0x01
0x06
Changed I/O modules configuration determined after
AUTORESET
0x01
0x07
Fault when writing in the serial EEPROM
0x01
0x08
Invalid firmware
0x02
0x00
Incorrect table entry
0x07
N
Module at position n (n = 1...63) is not supported
Internal Bus Status Messages and Arguments
Status
Message
Status
Argument
Description
0x43
0xFF
At least one module cannot interpret an internal bus
command
0x44
0x00
A data fault or a internal bus interruption exists behind the
controller
0x44
n
An internal bus interruption exists behind module n
0x45
n
Fault during register communication with module n
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
94 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
3.9.5.3
3.9.5.4
PROFIBUS DP Status Messages and Arguments
Status
Message
Status
Argument
Description
0x81
0x01
Insufficient parameter data configuration data
0x81
0x02
Excessive parameterization data
0x82
n
Faulty n. parameterization byte
0x83
0x01
Insufficient configuration data
0x83
0x02
Excessive configuration data
0x84
n
Faulty n. configuration byte (module)
0x85
0x01
Maximum input data length exceeded
0x85
0x02
Maximum output data length exceeded
0x86
0x01
Compilate buffer overflow for DP process image
0x86
0x02
Compilate buffer overflow for PFC process image
PFC-RTS Status Messages and Arguments
Status
Message
Status
Argument
Description
0xC1
0x00
t. b. d.
0xC1
0x01
t. b. d.
0xC2
0x00
t. b. d.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
3.9.6
• 95
Channel Based Diagnostics
The channel based diagnostics serves for detailing the identification based
diagnostics. A structure is added to the device status for each faulty slot. This
comprises of a header byte, a second byte that includes the signal type and the
channel number and a third which describes the fault type and the channel
organization.
Byte
22 + n
Information
27
26
1
0
25
24
23
22
21
20
Meaning
Slot
Slot 2 ... 64
1 Slot 2
2 Slot 3
...
63 Slot 64
Header diagnostics channel based
23 + n
Type of
signal
Signal channel
Signal channel 1 ... 8
0 Signal channel 1
1 Signal channel 2
...
7 Signal channel 8
Type of signal
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
0
0
1
Input
1
0
Output
1
1
Input / Output
96 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
Byte
24 + n
Information
27
26
25
Type of
channel
24
23
22
21
20
Meaning
Fault number
Fault number 0 ... 31
0 0 0 No allocation
0 0 1 1 bit
0 1 0 2 bit
0 1 1 4 bit
1 0 0 1 byte
1 0 1 1 word
1 1 0 2 words
n : Offset of the diagnostics message in the diagnostics buffer
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
3.9.6.1
• 97
Fault Types of I/O Modules with Diagnostics Capability
The fault numbers 0 to 9 refer to standardized fault descriptions. The WAGO
specific faults are arranged from fault number 17.
WAGO SPECIFIC
STANDARDIZED
Fault
Type
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Meaning
0
Not specified
1
Short circuit
2
Low voltage
3
High voltage
4
Overload
5
Over temperature
6
Line break
7
Upper limit value exceeded
8
Lower limit value exceeded
9
Fault
10
...
15
Reserved
16
Reserved
17
Field voltage fault
18
Fuse fault
19
Receiver buffer overflow
20
Reserved
21
Reserved
22
Reserved
23
Reserved
24
The register of the I/O module, which is referenced by the
type of signal and the signal channel, contains a diagnostics
message
25
Reserved
26
Input fault
27
Frame fault
28
Cycle time fault
29
I/O module fault
31
Terminal fault
98 •
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
3.9.6.2
I/O Modules Fault Cases
Item Number
Channel
Type
Fault Type Meaning
750-418, 750-419,
750-425, 750-507,
750-522, 750-523,
750-532, 750-537
'001
0.1001'
Fault (broken wire, overload or short
circuit, manual operation)
750-506
'001
0.0001'
0.0010'
0.0110'
0.1001'
Short circuit
Overvoltage
Line break
Error
750-460, 750-461,
750-463, 750-469
'101
0.0110'
0.1000'
1.1111'
Broken wire
Lower limit value gone below
I/O module fault
750-452, 750-465,
750-467, 750-468,
750-472, 750-475,
750-477
'101
0.0111'
1.1111'
Upper limit value exceeded
I/O module fault
750-453, 750-454,
750-455, 750-456,
750-457, 750-459,
750-466, 750-474,
750-476, 750-478,
750-479, 750-480,
750-483, 750-485,
750-492
'101
0.0111'
0.1000'
1.1111'
Upper limit value exceeded
Lower limit value gone below
I/O module fault
750-491
'101
0.0011'
0.0111'
1.1111'
Overvoltage
Upper limit value exceeded
I/O module fault
750-553, 750-555,
750-557, 750-559,
750-560
'101
0.1001'
Fault (short circuit, I/O module fault)
750-610, 750-611,
'001
1.0001'
1.0010'
Field voltage fault
Fuse fault
750-630
'110
1.1010'
1.1011'
1.1111'
Input fault
Frame fault
I/O module fault
750-635
'110
0.1001'
1.1111'
Fault
I/O module fault
750-637
'000
0.1001'
1.1111'
Fault
Terminal fault
750-639
'110
0.0111'
0.1000'
Upper limit value exceeded
Lower limit value gone below
750-641
'000
0.1001'
1.1011'
1.1101'
Fault
Frame fault
Bus error
'110
('000)
1.0011'
1.1111'
Receiver buffer overflow
I/O module fault
750-642, 750-650,
750-651, 750-653
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Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Diagnostics
Item Number
750-655
750-660, 750-665,
750-666
Channel
Type
Fault Type Meaning
'000
1.0001'
0.1001'
1.1101'
Field voltage fault
Fault
Bus error (AS interface flags offer more
information)
'001
('000)
1.1000'
The register of the I/O module, which is
referenced by the type of signal and the
signal channel, contains a diagnostics
message.
Terminal fault
1.1111'
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Diagnostics
3.9.7
Parameterization Status PROFIsafe
During start up of the DP Master, the PROFIsafe I/O modules receive the
F-parameter data that is saved by a 16-bit CRC and is used to initialize the
F-profile driver. If the parameterization failed, the F-profile driver will not be
started in the F-I/O modules. The field bus coupler indicates the cause of the
error via a status message (parameterization status).
The parameterization status is structured as follows:
Byte
22
23
Information
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
24
25
0
26
3.9.7.1
0
0
0
Header byte
(5 byte status information incl. header)
Status type = status message
PROFIsafe I/O module slot
(range of values 2 ... 64)
Slot
0
Meaning
0
Fault number
0
0
Status differentiation = none
PROFIsafe status message
(range of values 64 ... 71)
PROFIsafe Parameterization Fault
PROFIsafe Parameterization Fault
Fault Number
64dez (0x40)
65dez (0x41)
66dez (0x42)
67dez (0x43)
68dez (0x44)
69dez (0x45)
70dez (0x46)
71dez (0x47)
72dez (0x48)
73dez (0x49)
Meaning
Set PROFIsafe address does not agree with the parameterized
F_DESTINATION_ADDR
Invalid parameterization of the F_DESTINATION_ADDR. The
addresses 0x0000 and 0xFFFF are invalid.
Invalid parameterization of the F_SOURCE_ADDR. The addresses
0x0000 and 0xFFFF are invalid.
Invalid parameterization of the F_WDG_TIME. A monitoring time of
0 ms is invalid.
Invalid parameterization of the F_SIL. The required SIL class cannot
be supported by the F-Module.
Invalid parameterization of the F_CRC_LENGTH. The required CRC
length does not correspond to the generated one of the F-Module.
Invalid F-Parameter set version. The requested version does not
correspond to the status of the F-Module.
The CRC, which was determined by the F module via the PROFIsafe
parameters (CRC1), varies from the CRC1 transmitted in the
parameterization telegram.
Reserved fault numbers, which are not allowed to be used or
evaluated.
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Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 101
3.10 Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
In addition to cyclic data communication (PROFIBUS-DP standard in
compliance with IEC 61158), PROFIBUS-DP also offers acyclic
communication services as an option. These acyclic services can be performed
parallel to cyclic data transfer. In process engineering applications, the
optional services allow industrial devices to be operated using PROFIBUSDP. Standard field devices and devices that require these optional extensions
can be operated on the same bus. The data blocks are addressed via the slot
number and the data block number (index) of the module. The meaning of the
slots and indices can be set according to the device specifications. This way,
the user can either access the data or the parameter sets within a field device.
To distinguish between a standard DP and an acyclic DPV1 device, some
keywords have been added to the GSD file.
Via GSD entries, a master can identify the services supported by the field
device. In the parameter telegram, the K1 master activates the acyclic
communication services of the device. In Data_Exchange mode, the K1 master
can use the acyclic services of the slave that has been parameterized and
configured by the master. Acyclic communication is no longer possible once
cyclic data exchange has been interrupted.
The extended services are divided into master class 1/ slave functions
(MSAC1) and master class 2/ slave functions (MSAC2).
Both initiating and aborting the communication channel is required so that the
MSAC2 connection can be monitored. Monitoring a MSAC1 connection is
done via the MSCY0 connection, which is always required.
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Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
The bus coupler supports the following acyclic services according to
IEC61158-3:
MSAC1 Service
Requester
Responder
MSAC1_Read
x
MSAC1_Write
x
MSAC2 Service
Requester
x
MSAC2_Initiate
MSAC2_Abort
Responder
x
x
MSAC2_Read
x
MSAC2_Write
x
The MSAC1 services are released when the DP/V1 operation has been
activated in the parameter data and the cyclic MSCY0 connection is
established. The MSAC1 connection is closed when the DP data exchange is
finished. In the event of cyclic or acyclic connection failures, both
communication channels will be closed.
The MSAC2_Initiate service is used to open an acyclic MSAC2 connection.
Once the connection has been established, it will be monitored by the C2
master. When failures occur, both the master and the slave can close the
connection via MSAC2_Abort. The bus coupler is able to manage a MSAC2
connection.
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Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 103
3.10.1 Data Areas
Addressing the data areas, which can be written with MSAC1/2_Write or read
with MSAC1/2_Read, is done via an index and the module number
(Slot_Number) included in the configuration table. The modules begin at 0,
i.e. the data areas of the bus coupler (basic device unit) can be accessed via
slot number 0.
The range of indices is 0 to 254. The availability of individual data blocks
(indices) depends on the module. The user data length of a MSAC1/2_Read
and MSAC1/2_Write telegram cannot exceed 240 bytes. However, the actual
lengths of the individual data areas depend on the modules.
Warning
All indices related to the register contents of complex I/O modules are readonly by default. Writing the register data when parameterizing the I/O
module, e.g. setting the baud rate of serial interfaces 750-650, 750-651 and
750-653, is only possible for modules with the item number extension 750???/003-000. In this case, the user specific registers R32 to R47 are activated
for password-protected write access. Write protection to registers R32 – R47
are disabled by writing word 0x1235 into register R31. Write protection is
restored by writing any other value into register R31.
Acyclic writing of process data from binary or analog output modules, for
example, requires access only via MSAC2 connection. When supporting a
MSAC1 connection, output information is overwritten by the cyclic DP data
exchange or the PFC runtime system.
Note that valid write requests to the register structure can be positively
acknowledged, even if the write protection has not been activated. In this
case, however, the data to be written will not be transferred to the complex
I/O module. The transfer only occurs if the write protection is reset.
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Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
3.10.1.1
Field Bus Coupler, Slots 0 and 1
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data length
[Byte]
00D ... 07D
Reserved for expansions
08D
Projected module arrangement
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 … 65
09D
Physical module arrangement
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 … 65
10D ... 99D
Reserved for expansions
128D
Reserved for WAGO-IO-PRO
129D
Reserved for expansions
130D
Field bus input image
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... 240
131D
Field bus input image
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... (244 –240)
132D
Field bus output image
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... 240
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 ... 240
133D
Field bus output image
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... (244-240)
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 ... (244-240)
134D
PFC input image part 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... 240
135D
PFC input image part 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... 240
136D
PFC input image part 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... (512-2*240)
137D
PFC output image part 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... 240
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 ... 240
138D
PFC output image part 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... 240
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 ... 240
139D
PFC output image part 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... (512-2*240)
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 ... (512-2*240)
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 ... 138
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 ... 138
140D ... 254D Reserved for expansions
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Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 105
3.10.2 Complex I/O Modules, Slots 1 ... 63
3.10.2.1
Index
Meaning
'xx00.0000'
Table register 0
...
...
'xx11.1010'
Table register 58
'xx11.1011'
All table registers
'xx11.1100'
Diagnostics data of the channel
'xx11.1101'
Input data of the channel
'xx11.1110'
Output data of the channel
'00xx.xxxx'
Table 0 / channel 1
'01xx.xxxx'
Table 1 / channel 2
'10xx.xxxx'
Table 2 / channel 3
'11xx.xxxx'
Table 3 / channel 4
Binary I/O Modules, Slots 1 ... 63
Index
Meaning
'xxx0.0000'
Channel 1
T...
h'xxx0.1111'
e
'000x.xxxx'
e'001x.xxxx'
r'010x.xxxx'
r'101x.xxxx'
o'1010.0000'
r
'110x.xxxx'
'1100.0000'
...
Channel 16
Diagnostics of the channel
Input information of the channel
Output information of the channel
Input information of the module
Output information of the module
m
Message ”invalid index“ is returned when accessing data areas not available
from the module.
Examples:
Accessing indices of a module that is not physically connected.
Accessing the data areas of the third channel while using a 2-channel
module.
Requesting the input data of an output module.
Requesting the output data of an input module.
Requesting the diagnostics data of a module that has no diagnostics
information.
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Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
The error message “invalid slot“ is generated when addressing modules that
are neither physically nor virtually (projected as not being connected)
available.
When reading from indices (MSAC1/2_Read), the maximum PDU length that
can be set is 240 bytes. The bus coupler/controller returns the actual amount of
information from the respective index.
When writing to indices (MSAC1/2_Write), the maximum possible length of
information to be written to the respective index must not be exceeded.
Otherwise, the error message “invalid length while writing!“ is reported by
the bus coupler/controller.
Coding of Error Messages
Octet 1
Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Service
Error_Frame
Octet 2
Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Error_Decode
Octet 3
Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Error_Code_1
Error_Class
Octet 4
Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Error_Code_2
User specific
Abb. 3.10.2-13: Coding of error messages
g012121e
Octet 2
Error Decode
Meaning
0 ... 127
Reserved
128
PROFIBUS-DP/V1
129 ... 254
Reserved
255
PROFIBUS-FMS
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Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 107
Octet 3
Error_Class
Meaning
0- 9
Reserved
10
Application errors
11
12
13 ... 15
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Bus System
Access errors
Resource errors
Reserved
Error_Code_1
Meaning
0
Error while reading
1
Error while writing
2
Module error
3 ... 7
Reserved
8
Version conflict
9
Feature not supported
10 ... 15
Application specific
0
Invalid index
1
Incorrect length while writing
2
Invalid slot
3
Type conflict
4
Invalid area
5
Status conflict
6
Access denied
7
Invalid scaling
8
Invalid parameter
9
Invalid type
10 ... 15
Application specific
0
Read conflict
1
Write conflict
2
Resource busy
3
Resource not available
4 ... 7
Reserved
8 ... 15
Application specific
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Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
Octet 4
Error_Code_2
Meaning
User specific
Meaning
0 ... 15
Reserved
0 ... 15
Application specific
Error codes returned by the bus coupler are shown in bold italic.
Note
You can find a list of all I/O modules with all possible indices in chapter 5.5
“Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1“.
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Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
LED Signaling
• 109
3.11 LED Signaling
For the on-site diagnostics the coupler has several LEDs, which display the
operating status of the coupler or the complete node.
Fig. 3.10.2-14: Display element 750-833
g012107x
The upper four LEDs (RUN, BF, DIA, BUS) display the state of the
PROFIBUS communication.
The lower LED (I/O) displays the internal state of the complete node.
The LEDs A and C or B display the status of the supply voltage.
3.11.1 Blink Code
A blink code displays detailed fault messages. A fault is cyclically displayed
using up to 3 different blink sequences.
• The first blink sequence (approx. 10 Hz) indicates the fault display.
• After a pause a second blink sequence appears (approx. 1 Hz). The number
of blink impulses gives the fault code.
• The third blink sequence (approx. 1 Hz) appears following a further pause.
The number of blink pulses indicates the fault argument.
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Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
LED Signaling
3.11.2 Field Bus Status
The upper four LEDs signal the operating status of the PROFIBUS
communication.
LED
Color
Meaning
RUN
green
The RUN-LED shows the user whether the field bus controller is
functioning correctly.
BF
red
The BF-LED indicates whether the communication is functioning
via the PROFIBUS.
DIA
red
The DIA-LED indicates an external diagnostics.
BUS
red
The BUS-LED signals a projecting fault.
RUN
BF
DIA
BUS
Meaning
Remedy
off
off
off
off
No operating voltage to
the coupler or a
hardware fault is
present.
Check the voltage supply for
the bus coupler and replace the
bus coupler if necessary.
on
on
*
off
PROFIBUS interface
started, baud rate was
not yet recognized.
Check to see whether the
PROFIBUS is connected.
Check to see whether the baud
rate parameterized on the
master is supported by the
coupler.
Replace the bus coupler
because there is a hardware
defect.
on
blinks *
off
Baud rate recognized,
station not yet
parameterized and
configured.
Check the configuration and
the slave addresses.
Load the coupler by switching
the supply voltage off and on
again.
on
blinks on
blink
code
Slave was incorrectly
parameterized.
Evaluate the blink code
on
off
*
off
The coupler is
exchanging data.
Ok
on
*
on
*
The coupler signals an
existing diagnostics.
The data exchange is
functioning without any
problems so that you may
obtain diagnostics information,
for instance on a cable
breakage in an analog input
terminal.
* not relevant
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LED Signaling
• 111
3.11.3 Fault Message via Blink Code of the BUS LED
Fault Argument Fault Description
Remedy
Fault Code 1: Fault in Parameterization Telegram
1
Insufficient parameterization
data
The GSD file is defective or the
parameter data was entered
improperly.
Get in contact with WAGO support.
2
Excessive parameterization data
The GSD file is defective or the
parameter data was entered
improperly.
Get in contact with WAGO support.
Fault Code 2: Fault in Parameterization Telegram
n
Faulty parameterized byte n
The nth byte is defective.
Get in contact with WAGO support.
Fault Code 3: Fault in Configuration Telegram
1
Insufficient configuration data.
Check the configuration because a
terminal was probably forgotten in
the configuration. Load the
configuration and start the coupler
by switching the supply voltage off
and on again.
2
Excessive configuration data.
Check the configuration because a
terminal was probably not plugged.
Load the configuration and start the
coupler by switching the supply
voltage off and on again.
Fault Code 4: Fault in Configuration Telegram
n
Configuration byte (module) n is Check the nth module in the
faulty.
configuration. Load the
configuration and start the coupler
by switching the supply voltage off
and on again.
Fault Code 5: Faulty Data Length
1
Maximum input data length
exceeded (more than 128 byte
input data).
Switch off the supply voltage of the
coupler. Remove some terminals
from the node and switch the supply
voltage on again.
2
Maximum output data length
exceeded (more than 128 byte
output data).
Switch off the supply voltage of the
coupler. Remove some terminals
from the node and switch the supply
voltage on again.
Fault Code 6: Compilate Buffer Overflow
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
1
Compilate buffer overflow for
DP process image.
Get in contact with WAGO support.
2
Compilate buffer overflow for
PFC process image.
Get in contact with WAGO support.
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Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
LED Signaling
3.11.4 Node Status
The I/O-LED indicates the node operation and signals the occurrence of a
fault.
I/O
USR
Meaning
green
*
Data cycle on the internal bus
off
*
No data cycle on the internal bus
red
on
Bus coupler is in bootstrap mode or coupler hardware defective
red
blinks
*
When starting: internal bus is initialized
During operation: general internal bus fault
red
blinks
*
Fault message during internal bus reset and internal fault
orange
*
FLASH access to bus device firmware
* not relevant
The coupler starts after switching on the supply voltage. The I/O-LED flashes
red. Following a fault free run up the I/O-LED changes to green steady light.
In the case of a fault the I/O-LED continues blinking red. The fault is
cyclically displayed with the blink code.
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Bus System
Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
LED Signaling
Fig. 3.11.4-15: Signaling the LED node status
After overcoming a fault, restart the coupler by switching off and on the
supply voltage.
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• 113
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LED Signaling
3.11.5 Fault Message via Blink Code of the I/O LED
Fault
Argument
Fault Description
Remedy
Fault Code 1: Hardware and Configuration Fault
-
Check sum fault in
parameter area of the
flash memory.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
1
Overflow of the internal
buffer memory for the
inline code.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node. Reduce
the number of modules and switch on the supply
voltage again. In case that the fault still exists,
replace the coupler.
2
Unknown data type
Detect faulty I/O module as follows: turn off the
power supply. Place the end module in the middle
of the field bus node. Turn the power supply on
again.
- If the LED is still blinking, turn off the power
supply and place the end module in the middle of
the first half of the node (towards the coupler).
- If the LED doesn't blink, turn off the power
supply and place the end module in the middle of
the second half of the node (away from the
coupler). Turn the power supply on again. Repeat
this procedure until the faulty I/O module is
detected. Replace the faulty I/O module.
Ask about a firmware update for the field bus
coupler.
3
Module type of the flash
program memory could
not be determined / is
incorrect.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
4
Fault during writing in
the flash memory.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
5
Fault when deleting the
FLASH memory.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
6
Changed I/O module
Restart the coupler by switching the supply
configuration found after voltage off and on again.
AUTORESET.
7
Fault when writing in the Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
serial EEPROM.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
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LED Signaling
Fault
Argument
• 115
Fault Description
Remedy
8
Invalid hardwarefirmware combination.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
9
Invalid check sum in the
serial EEPROM.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
10
Fault when initializing
the serial EEPROM.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
11
Fault when reading the
serial EEPROM.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
12
Exceeded time when
accessing the serial
EEPROM.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the coupler and switch on the supply
voltage again.
14
Maximum number of
gateway modules or
mailbox modules
exceeded.
Reduce the number of correspondent modules up
to a valid number.
Fault Code 2: not used
-
-
-
Fault Code 3: Internal Bus Protocol Fault
-
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Internal bus
communication
defective, incorrect
module not identifiable.
If the field bus node comprises internal system
supply module (750-613), make sure first that the
power supply of these modules is functioning.
This is indicated by the status LEDs. If all I/O
modules are connected correctly or if the field bus
node does not comprise 750-613 module you can
detect the faulty I/O module as follows:
turn off the power supply of the node. Place the
end module in the middle of the field bus node.
Turn the power supply on again.
- If the LED is still blinking, turn off the power
supply and place the end module in the middle of
the first half of the node (towards the coupler).
- If the LED doesn't blink, turn off the power
supply and place the end module in the middle of
the second half of the node (away from the
coupler). Turn the power supply on again. Repeat
this procedure until the faulty I/O module is
detected. Replace the faulty I/O module.
If there is only one module on the coupler and the
LED is blinking, either this module or the coupler
is defective. Replace the defective component.
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LED Signaling
Fault
Argument
Fault Description
Remedy
Fault Code 4: Physical Internal Bus Fault
-
n*
Data fault on internal bus
or
internal bus interruption
on coupler.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node. Place
an I/O module with process data behind the
coupler and note the error argument after the
power supply is turned on. If none error argument
is given by the I/O LED, replace the coupler.
Otherwise detect faulty I/O module as follows:
turn off the power supply. Place the end module
in the middle of the field bus node. Turn the
power supply on again.
- If the LED is still blinking, turn off the power
supply and place the end module in the middle of
the first half of the node (towards the coupler).
- If the LED doesn't blink, turn off the power
supply and place the end module in the middle of
the second half of the node (away from the
coupler). Turn the power supply on again. Repeat
this procedure until the faulty I/O module is
detected. Replace the faulty I/O module.
If there is only one module on the coupler and the
LED is blinking, either this module or the coupler
is defective. Replace the defective component.
Internal bus interrupted
after I/O module n with
process data.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the (n+1)th module with process data and
switch on the supply voltage again.
Fault Code 5: Initialization Fault
n*
Register communication
fault during internal bus
initialization.
Switch off the supply voltage of the node.
Replace the nth module with process data and
switch on the supply voltage again.
Fault Code 6: not used
-
-
-
Fault Code 7: not used
-
-
-
Fault Code 8: not used
-
-
-
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LED Signaling
Fault
Argument
Fault Description
• 117
Remedy
Fault Code 9: CPU Exception Fault
1
Invalid device
instruction
A failure occurs in the program flow. Get in
contact with WAGO support.
2
Stack overflow
A failure occurs in the program flow. Get in
contact with WAGO support.
3
Stack underflow
A failure occurs in the program flow. Get in
contact with WAGO support.
4
Invalid event (NMI)
A failure occurs in the program flow. Get in
contact with WAGO support.
Fault Code 10: PLC Program Processing Fault
1
Invalid offset address for Correct the offset address in the related function
digital inputs
block.
2
Invalid offset address for Correct the offset address in the related function
digital outputs
block.
* The number of blink pulses (n) indicates the position of the I/O module. I/O modules
without data are not counted (e.g. supply module without diagnostics).
Example: The 13th I/O module has been removed.
1.
The I/O-LED generates a fault display with the first blink sequence (approx. 10 Hz).
2.
The first pause is followed by the second blink sequence (approx. 1 Hz). The
I/O-LED blinks four times and thus signals the fault code 4 (internal bus data fault).
3.
The third blink sequence follows the second pause. The I/O-LED blinks twelve times.
The fault argument 12 means that the internal bus is interrupted after the 12th I/O
module.
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Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
LED Signaling
3.11.6 Supply Voltage Status
There are two green LED in the controller supply section. The left upper
LED (A) indicates the status of the system supply. The right upper LED (C) or
the left lower LED (B) signals the supply to the field side (the LED position
depends on manufacturer).
LED A
Meaning
Remedy
green
off
System supply is ok
System supply failed
Check the power supply (24 V and 0 V)
LED C
or B
Meaning
Remedy
green
off
Field supply is ok
Field supply failed
Check the power supply (24 V and 0 V)
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3.12 Fault Behavior
3.12.1 Field Bus Failure
A field bus failure is given when the master cuts-out or the bus cable is
interrupted. A fault in the master can also lead to a field bus failure.
The red BF-LED lights up.
The failure of the field bus can activate the parameterizable substitute value of
the I/O modules. During projecting of the inputs and outputs a substitute value
can be laid down for each channel.
Substitute Value
Strategy
Value (Bit orientated)
Digital Output Modules
Value (Byte orientated)
Digital Input Modules
Minimum value
0
0 or 4 mA, 0 V
Maximum value
1
20 mA, 10 V
Substitute value
0 or 1
0/4 ... 20 mA, -10 ... +10 V
PFC takes over
The local PFC application takes over the output data
Stop internal bus
Behavior determined by I/O module
The values are entered in the output process image by the coupler. With the
I/O modules with byte orientated data width, e.g. with the pulse width module,
the substitute value is determined via the value range.
The process data is transmitted as soon as the field bus is active again and the
outputs in the node are set accordingly.
3.12.2 Internal Bus Fault
An internal bus fault is created, for example, if an I/O module is removed. If
this fault occurs during operation the output modules behave in the same
manner as an I/O module stop. The input process image is set in accordance
with the projected strategy.
The I/O-LED blinks red. The slave generates a detailed diagnostics message.
Once the internal bus fault has been overcome the coupler starts up again
automatically in accordance with the parameterized restart behavior. The
transfer of the process data is then resumed and the node outputs are
correspondingly set.
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Programmable Field Bus Controller 750-833
Technical Data
3.13 Technical Data
System Data
Number of I/O modules
96 with repeater
Number of I/O points
ca. 6000 (master dependent)
Transfer medium
Cu cable acc. EN 50170
Bus segment length
100 m ... 1200 m
(baud rate dependent / cable dependent)
Transmission rate
9.6 kbaud ... 12 Mbaud
Transmission time for 10 modules
each with 32 DI and 32 DO
typ. 1 ms
max. 3.3 ms
Bus connection
1 x D-Sub 9; female
Programming
IEC 61131-3
WAGO-I/O-PRO
AWL, KOP, FUP, ST, AS
Technical Data
Number of I/O modules
63
Protocol
DP / DPV1
Field bus
- Input process image
- Output process image
max. 244 byte (128 byte up to SW 02)
max. 244 byte (128 byte up to SW 02)
Configuration
via PC or controls
Voltage supply
DC 24 V (-15 % / + 20 %)
Input currentmax
500 mA at 24 V
Internal system supply module
efficiency
87 %
Internal current consumption
200 mA at 5 V
Total current for I/O modules
1800 mA at 5 V
Voltage via power jumper contacts
DC 24 V (-15 % / + 20 %)
Current via power jumper contactmax
DC 10 A
Dimensions w x h* x l
*from upper edge of DIN 35 rail
51 mm x 65 mm x 100 mm
Weight
ca. 195 g
Standards and Regulations
PROFIBUS-Norm
EN 50 170
EMC-Immunity to interference (CE)
acc. to EN 50082-2 (96)
EMC-Emission of interference (CE)
acc. to EN 50081-2 (94)
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Technical Data
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Approvals
CULUS
(UL508)
ABS (American Bureau of Shipping)
BV (Bureau Veritas)
DNV (Det Norske Veritas)
Cl. B
GL (Germanischer Lloyd)
Cat. A, B, C, D
KR (Korean Register of Shipping)
LR (Lloyd's Register)
Env. 1, 2, 3, 4
NKK (Nippon Kaiji Kyokai)
RINA (Registro Italiano Navale)
CULUS
(UL1604)
DEMKO
Class I Div2 ABCD T4A
II 3 G EEx nA II T4
Conformity Marking
Accessories
GDS data
Download: http://www.wago.com
Mini WSB quick marking system
More Information
Detailed references to the approvals are listed in the document "Overview
Approvals WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750", which you can find on the CD ROM
ELECTRONICC Tools and Docs (Item No.: 0888-0412) or at
http://www.wago.com under Documentation ! WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
! System Description.
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Field Bus Communication
PROFIBUS
4 Field Bus Communication
4.1 PROFIBUS
4.1.1
Description
PROFIBUS is an open field bus standard, laid down in the European Standard
EN 50 170, Vol. 2 (also IEC).
PROFIBUS DP has been designed for a fast and efficient data exchange
between a control (PLC / PC) and decentralized peripheral equipment, for
example sensors and actuators, digital or analog input and output modules.
A DP System consists of a master and up to 124 slaves:
Master: A DP Master exchanges the data with the slaves via PROFIBUS DP
and controls the bus. It transfers the data between a supervisory control and
the decentralized peripheral equipment.
Slave: DP Slaves are the link to the field side. They edit the input data of the
peripheral equipment for the communication with the master and output the
Master data to the peripheral equipment.
PROFIBUS uses the master/slave method for data transmission. The master
cyclically reads the input data from the slaves and cyclically writes the output
data to the slaves. PROFIBUS DP V1 also supports an acyclic data exchange.
PROFIBUS DP has baud rates from 9.6 kbaud up to 12 Mbaud.
PROFIBUS DP features:
• fast system response times
• high immunity to interference
• master and slave diagnostic
• single slaves may fail or be turned off without the field bus operations
being interrupted
• Every configuration is stored in the master.
• Every slave has a manufacturer-specific identifier that has been assigned
by the PNO (PROFIBUS Nutzerorganisation).
• The slaves are described in the GSD files. The GSD file is imported into
the configuration software which makes the configuration of the slave
easier.
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PROFIBUS
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Further Information
The PNO provides further documentation for its members on internet:
- Technical descriptions
- Guidelines
http://www.profibus.com/
4.1.2
Wiring
On the PROFIBUS with RS 485 transmission technology all devices are
connected in a line structure. The bus line comprises of a twisted and screened
pair of wires.
The field bus line is specified in EN 50 170 as a line type A and must provide
certain line parameters. The line type B also described in the EN 50 170 is an
old type and should no longer be used.
Parameter
Value
Wave resistance
135 ... 165 Ω
Operating capacity
< 30 pF/m
Loop resistance
110 Ω/km
Wire diameter
*)
> 0.64 mm
Wire cross section*)
*)
> 0.34 mm2
The wire cross sections used must conform with connection possibilities on the bus plug.
Line type A allows maximum line lengths for a bus segment dependent upon
the transmission speed.
Transmission speed
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Max. bus segment length
9.6 / 19.2 / 45.45 / 93.75
kBaud
1200 m
187.5
kBaud
1000 m
500
kBaud
400 m
1500
kBaud
200 m
3000 / 6000 / 12000
kBaud
100 m
Field Bus Communication
PROFIBUS
The plugs 750-960, 750-970 offered by WAGO provide the possibility that
arriving and departing data cables can be directly connected to the plug. In
this manner drop cables are avoided and the bus plug can be connected to or
disconnected from the bus at any time without interrupting the data traffic. A
cut-in type bus connection is integrated in these plugs. Due to the capacitive
load of the subscribers and the resulting generated line reflection the
connection plugs used should have integrated length inductivity. This is
indispensable for transmission rates of > 1.5 MBaud.
9 pole D-SUB
Connector
Further
Fieldbus Nodes
VP
390 W
6
2
4
RxD/TxD-P
Pin 3 - B Line
RTS
1
RTS
3
4
1
9
8
6
2
RxD/TxD-P
220 W
3
9 pole D-SUB
Connector with
Terminating Resistor
9
RxD/TxD-N
RxD/TxD-N
Pin 8 - A Line
390 W
124 •
7
5
8
7
DGND
5
Series inductance = 110 nH
Fig. 4-1: Bus connection
g1xx302e
Note
When connecting the subscriber ensure that the data lines are not mixed up.
The bus termination at the start and end of the bus line must be installed. The
bus connection requires the supply voltage VP from the device. For this
reason ensure that the slave unit installed on the bus termination, is always
supplied with voltage.
Due to the integrated length inductivity in the connection plug ensure that the
plug is installed without connected field devices as the missing capacity of
the device could cause transmission faults.
In order to achieve a high disturbance resistance of the system against
electromagnetic radiated interference ensure that a screened PROFIBUS cable
is used. Where possible connect the screen at both ends with good conduction
and using large surface area screen clips. In addition ensure that the cables are
laid separated from all power line cables if possible. With a data rate of
≥ 1.5 Mbit/s ensure that spur lines are avoided.
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PROFIBUS
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Further Information
The PNO provides further documentation for its members on internet. Cable
specification information can be obtained from, for example, the „Installation
Guideline for PROFIBUS-FMS/DP", 2.112.
http://www.profibus.com/
Note
WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG offers this screen connection
system for the optimum connection between field bus screening and function
earth.
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I/O Modules
Overview
5 I/O Modules
5.1 Overview
All listed bus modules, in the overview below, are available for modular
applications with the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750.
For detailed information on the I/O modules and the module variations, please
refer to the manuals for the I/O modules.
You will find these manuals on CD ROM „ELECTRONICC Tools and Docs“
(Item No.: 0888-0412) or at http://www.wago.com under Documentation.
Additional Information
Current information on the modular WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM is available at
http://www.wago.com.
5.1.1
Digital Input Modules
Tab. 5-1: Digital input modules
DI DC 5 V
750-414
4 Channel, DC 5 V, 0.2 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection,
high-side switching
DI DC 5(12) V
753-434
8 Channel, DC 5(12) V, 0.2 ms, 1-conductor connection,
high-side switching
DI DC 24 V
750-400, 753-400
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2- to 4-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-401, 753-401
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.2 ms, 2- to 4-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-410, 753-410
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2- to 4-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-411, 753-411
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.2 ms, 2- to 4-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-418, 753-418
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
high-side switching; diagnostics and confirmation
750-419
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
high-side switching; diagnostics
750-421, 753-421
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
high-side switching; diagnostics
750-402, 753-402
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
high-side switching
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750-432, 753-432
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-403, 753-403
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.2 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-433, 753-433
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.2 ms, 2-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-422, 753-422
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
high-side switching; 10 ms pulse extension
750-408, 753-408
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
low-side switching
750-409, 753-409
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.2 ms, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
low-side switching
750-430, 753-430
8 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 1-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-431, 753-431
8 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.2 ms, 1-conductor connection;
high-side switching
750-436
8 Channel, DC 24 V, 3.0 ms, 1-conductor connection;
low-side switching
750-437
8 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.2 ms, 1-conductor connection;
low-side switching
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DI AC/DC 24 V
750-415, 753-415
4 Channel, AC/DC 24 V, 2-conductor connection
750-423, 753-423
4 Channel, AC/DC 24 V, 2- to 3-conductor connection;
with power jumper contacts
DI AC/DC 42 V
750-428, 753-428
4 Channel, AC/DC 42 V, 2-conductor connection
DI DC 48 V
750-412, 753-412
2 Channel, DC 48 V, 3.0ms, 2- to 4-conductor connection;
high-side switching
DI DC 110 V
750-427, 753-427
2 Channel, DC 110 V, configurable high-side or low-side switching
DI AC 120 V
750-406, 753-406
2 Channel, AC 120 V, 2- to 4-conductor connection;
high-side switching
DI AC 120(230) V
753-440
4 Channel, AC 120(230) V, 2-conductor connection;
high-side switching
DI AC 230 V
750-405, 753-405
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2 Channel, AC 230 V, 2- to 4-conductor connection;
high-side switching
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I/O Modules
Overview
DI NAMUR
750-435
1 Channel, NAMUR EEx i, proximity switch acc. to DIN EN 50227
750-425, 753-425
2 Channel, NAMUR, proximity switch acc. to DIN EN 50227
750-438
2 Channel, NAMUR EEx i, proximity switch acc. to DIN EN 50227
DI Intruder Detection
750-424, 753-424
5.1.2
2 Channel, DC 24 V, intruder detection
Digital Output Modules
Tab. 5-2: Digital output modules
DO DC 5 V
750-519
4 Channel, DC 5 V, 20mA, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching
DO DC 12(14) V
753-534
8 Channel, DC 12(14) V, 1A, short-circuit-protected; high-side
switching
DO DC 24 V
750-501, 753-501
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching
750-502, 753-502
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 2.0 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching
750-506, 753-506
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching;
diagnostics
750-507, 753-507
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 2.0 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching;
diagnostics; no longer available, replaced by 750-508!
750-508
2 Channel, DC 24 V, 2.0 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching;
diagnostics; replacement for 750-507
750-535
2 Channel, DC 24 V, EEx i, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching
750-504, 753-504
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching
750-531, 753-531
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching
750-532
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching;
diagnostics
750-516, 753-516
4 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; low-side switching
750-530, 753-530
8 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching
750-537
8 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; high-side switching;
diagnostics
750-536
8 Channel, DC 24 V, 0.5 A, short-circuit-protected; low-side switching
DO AC 120(230) V
753-540
4 Channel, AC 120(230) V, 0.25 A, short-circuit-protected;
high-side switching
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DO AC/DC 230 V
750-509, 753-509
2 Channel solid state relay, AC/DC 230 V, 300 mA
750-522
2 Channel solid state relay, AC/DC 230 V, 500 mA, 3 A (< 30 s)
DO Relay
5.1.3
750-523
1 Channel, AC 230 V, AC 16 A, potential-free, 1 make contact
750-514, 753-514
2 Channel, AC 125 V , AC 0.5 A , DC 30 V, DC 1 A,
potential-free, 2 changeover contacts
750-517, 753-517
2 Channel, AC 230 V, 1 A, potential-free, 2 changeover contacts
750-512, 753-512
2 Channel, AC 230 V, DC 30 V, AC/DC 2 A, non-floating, 2 make
contacts
750-513, 753-513
2 Channel, AC 230 V, DC 30 V, AC/DC 2 A, potential-free, 2 make
contacts
Analog Input Modules
Tab. 5-3: Analog input modules
AI 0 - 20 mA
750-452, 753-452
2 Channel, 0 - 20 mA, differential input
750-465, 753-465
2 Channel, 0 - 20 mA, single-ended
750-472, 753-472
2-Channel, 0 - 20 mA, 16 bit, single-ended
750-480
2-Channel, 0 - 20 mA , differential input
750-453, 753-453
4 Channel, 0 - 20 mA, single-ended
AI 4 - 20 mA
750-454, 753-454
2 Channel, 4 - 20 mA, differential input
750-474, 753-474
2 Channel, 4 - 20 mA, 16 bit, single-ended
750-466, 753-466
2 Channel, 4 - 20 mA, single ended
750-485
2 Channel, 4 - 20 mA, EEx i, single-ended
750-492, 753-492
2 Channel, 4 - 20 mA, isolated differential input
750-455, 753-455
4 Channel, 4 - 20 mA, single-ended
AI 0 - 1 A
750-475, 753-475
2-Channel, 0 - 1 A AC/DC, differential input
AI 0 - 5 A
750-475/020-000,
753-475/020-000
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I/O Modules
Overview
AI 0 - 10 V
750-467, 753-467
2 Channel, DC 0 - 10 V, single-ended
750-477, 753-477
2 Channel, AC/DC 0 - 10 V, differential input
750-478, 753-478
2 Channel, DC 0 - 10 V, single-ended
750-459, 753-459
4 Channel, DC 0 - 10 V, single-ended
750-468
4 Channel, DC 0 - 10 V, single-ended
AI DC ± 10 V
750-456, 753-456
2 Channel, DC ± 10 V, differential input
750-479, 753-479
2 Channel, DC ± 10 V, differential measurement input
750-476, 753-476
2 Channel, DC ± 10 V, single-ended
750-457, 753-457
4 Channel, DC ± 10 V, single-ended
AI DC 0 - 30 V
750-483, 753-483
2 Channel, DC 0 -30 V, differential measurement input
AI Resistance Sensors
750-461, 753-461
2 Channel, resistance sensors, PT100 / RTD
750-481/003-000
2 Channel, resistance sensors, PT100 / RTD, EEx i
750-460
4 Channel, resistance sensors, PT100 / RTD
AI Thermocouples
750-462
2 Channel, thermocouples, line break detection,
sensor types: J, K, B, E, N, R, S, T, U
750-469, 753-469
2 Channel, thermocouples, line break detection,
sensor types: J, K, B, E, N, R, S, T, U, L
AI Others
750-491
1 Channel for resistor bridges (strain gauge)
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Overview
5.1.4
Analog Output Modules
Tab. 5-4: Analog output modules
AO 0 - 20 mA
750-552, 753-552
2 Channel, 0 - 20 mA
750-585
2 Channel, 0 - 20 mA, EEx i
750-553, 753-553
4 Channel, 0 - 20 mA
AO 4 - 20 mA
750-554, 753-554
2 Channel, 4 - 20 mA
750-554, 753-554
4 Channel, 4 - 20 mA
AO DC 0 - 10 V
750-550, 753-550
2 Channel, DC 0 - 10 V
750-560
2 Channel, DC 0 - 10 V, 10 bit, 100 mW, 24 V
750-559, 753-559
4 Channel, DC 0 - 10 V
AO DC ± 10 V
750-556, 753-556
2 Channel, DC ± 10 V
750-557, 753-557
4 Channel, DC ± 10 V
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5.1.5
I/O Modules
Overview
Special Modules
Tab. 5-5: Special modules
Counter Modules
750-404, 753-404
Up / down counter, DC 24 V, 100 kHz
750-638, 753-638
2 Channel, up / down counter, DC 24 V/ 16 bit / 500 Hz
Frequency Measuring
750-404/000-003,
753-404/000-003
Frequency measuring
Pulse Width Module
750-511
2-channel pulse width module, DC 24 V, short-circuit-protected,
high-side switching
Distance and Angle Measurement Modules
750-630
SSI transmitter interface
750-631
Incremental encor interface, differential inputs
750-634
Incremental encor interface, DC 24 V
750-637
Incremental encor interface RS 422, cam outputs
750-635, 753-635
Digital pulse interface, for magnetostrictive distance sensors
Serial Interfaces
750-650, 753
Serial interface RS 232 C
750-653, 753
Serial interface RS 485
750-651
TTY-Serial interface, 20 mA Current Loop
750-654
Data exchange module
DALI / DSI Master Module
750-641
DALI / DSI master module
AS interface Master Module
750-655
AS interface master module
Radio Receiver Module
750-642
Radio receiver EnOcean
MP Bus Master Module
750-643
MP bus (multi point bus) master module
Vibration Monitoring
750-645
2 Channel vibration velocity / bearing condition monitoring VIB I/O
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PROFIsafe Modules
750-660/000-001
8FDI 24V DC PROFIsafe;
PROFIsafe 8 channel digital input module
750-665/000-001
4FDO 0.5A / 4FDI 24V DC PROFIsafe;
PROFIsafe 4 channel digital input and output module
750-666/000-001
1FDO 10A / 2FDO 0.5A / 2FDI 24V PROFIsafe;
PROFIsafe power switch module
RTC Module
750-640
RTC module
KNX / EIB TP1 Module
750-646
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5.1.6
I/O Modules
Overview
System Modules
Tab. 5-6: System modules
Module Bus Extension
750-627
Module bus extension, end module
750-628
Module bus extension, coupler module
DC 24 V Power Supply Modules
750-602
DC 24 V, passive
750-601
DC 24 V, max. 6.3 A, without diagnostics, with fuse-holder
750-610
DC 24 V, max. 6.3 A, with diagnostics, with fuse-holder
750-625
DC 24 V, EEx i, with fuse-holder
DC 24 V Power Supply Modules with bus power supply
750-613
Bus power supply, 24 V DC
AC 120 V Power Supply Modules
750-615
AC 120 V, max. 6.3 A without diagnostics, with fuse-holder
AC 230 V Power Supply Modules
750-612
AC/DC 230 V without diagnostics, passive
750-609
AC 230 V, max. 6.3 A without diagnostics, with fuse-holder
750-611
AC 230 V, max. 6.3 A with diagnostics, with fuse-holder
Filter Modules
750-624
Filter module, field side power supply
750-626
Filter module, system and field side power supply
Field Side Connection Module
750-603, 753-603
Field side connection module, DC 24 V
750-604, 753-604
Field side connection module, DC 0 V
750-614, 753-614
Field side connection module, AC/DC 0 ... 230 V
Separation Modules
750-616
Separation module
750-621
Separation module with power contacts
Binary Spacer Module
750-622
Binary spacer module
End Module
750-600
End module, to loop the internal bus
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Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
• 135
5.2 Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
Depending on how the coupler is parameterized, the status bytes (S), control
bytes (C) and data bytes (D0...Dn) of the byte or word orientated modules are
transmitted via PROFIBUS in Motorola or Intel format.
Attention
For the meaning of input and output bits or bytes of the individual I/O
module please refer to the corresponding I/O module description.
5.2.1
2 DI I/O Modules
750-400, 750-401, 750-405, 750-406, 750-407, 750-410, 750-411,
750-412, 750-413, 750-416, 750-427, 750-435, 750-438
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
5.2.2
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
2
0
2 DI I/O Modules with Diagnostics
750-419, 750-425 (1 bit diagnostics / channel)
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
Input
Output
Yes
4
0
No
2
0
750-418 (1 bit diagnostics / channel, 1 bit confirmation / channel)
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
Input
Output
Yes
4
2
No
2
2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
136 •
5.2.3
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
4 DI I/O Modules
750-402, 750-403, 750-408, 750-409, 750-414, 750-415, 750-422,
750-423, 750-424, 750-428, 750-432, 750-433
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
5.2.4
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
4
0
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
8
0
Input
Output
-
-
16
0
8 DI I/O Modules
750-430, 750-431, 750-436, 750-437
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
5.2.5
16 DI I/O Modules
750-4xx
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
Yes (not possible)
No
5.2.6
2 DO I/O Modules
750-501, 750-502, 750-509, 750-512, 750-513, 750-514, 750-517,
750-535
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
0
2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.7
2 DO I/O Modules with Diagnostics
750-507, 750-522, 750-523 (1 bit diagnostics / channel)
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
Input
Output
Yes
2
2
No
0
2
Input
Output
Yes
4
2
No
0
2
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
0
4
Input
Output
Yes
4
4
No
0
4
750-506 (2 bit diagnostics / channel)
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
5.2.8
4 DO I/O Modules
750-504, 750-516, 750-519, 750-531
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
5.2.9
4 DO I/O Module with Diagnostics
750-532 (1 bit diagnostics / channel)
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
• 137
138 •
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.10 8 DO I/O Modules
750-530, 750-536
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
0
8
Input
Output
Yes
8
8
No
0
8
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
0
16
Input
Output
Yes
2
0
No
0
0
5.2.11 8 DO I/O Module with Diagnostics
750-537 (1 bit diagnostics / channel)
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
5.2.12 16 DO I/O Modules
750-5xx
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
5.2.13 Power Supply Modules
750-610, 750-611 (with diagnostics)
Process Image Length in [Bit]
Diagnostics information in the
PROFIBUS process image
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.14 2 AI I/O Modules
750-452, 750-454, 750-456, 750-461, 750-462, 750-465, 750-466,
750-467, 750-469, 750-472, 750-474, 750-475, 750-476, 750-477,
750-478, 750-479, 750-480, 750-483, 750-485, 750-491, 750-492
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No
4
0
Mapping with Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
S1
C1
S1
C1
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
Mapping without Register Communication
MOTOROLA
Channel 1
Channel 2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
D1
-
D0
-
D0
-
D1
-
D3
-
D2
-
D2
-
D3
-
• 139
140 •
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.15 4 AI I/O Modules
750-453, 750-455, 750-457, 750-459, 750-460, 750-463, 750-468
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
12
12
No
8
0
Mapping with Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
S1
C1
S1
C1
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
S2
C2
S2
C2
D5
D5
D4
D4
D4
D4
D5
D5
S3
C3
S3
C3
D7
D7
D6
D6
D6
D6
D7
D7
Mapping without Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
D1
-
D0
-
D0
-
D1
-
D3
-
D2
-
D2
-
D3
-
D5
-
D4
-
D4
-
D5
-
D7
-
D6
-
D6
-
D7
-
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.16 2 AO I/O Modules
750-550, 750-552, 750-554, 750-556, 750-560, 750-585
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No
0
4
Mapping with Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
S1
C1
S1
C1
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
Mapping without Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
-
D1
-
D0
-
D0
-
D1
-
D3
-
D2
-
D2
-
D3
• 141
142 •
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.17 4 AO I/O Modules
750-551, 750-553, 750-555, 750-557, 750-559
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
12
12
No
0
8
Mapping with Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
S1
C1
S1
C1
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
S2
C2
S2
C2
D5
D5
D4
D4
D4
D4
D5
D5
S3
C3
S3
C3
D7
D7
D6
D6
D6
D6
D7
D7
Mapping without Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
-
D1
-
D0
-
D0
-
D1
-
D3
-
D2
-
D2
-
D3
-
D5
-
D4
-
D4
-
D5
-
D7
-
D6
-
D6
-
D7
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.18 Counter Modules
750-404
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No (not possible)
-
-
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S
C
S
C
-
-
-
-
D3
D3
D0
D0
D2
D2
D1
D1
D1
D1
D2
D2
D0
D0
D3
D3
750-638
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No (not possible)
-
-
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
S1
C1
S1
C1
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
• 143
144 •
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.19 PWM Module
750-511
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No (not possible)
-
-
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
Channel 2
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
S1
C1
S1
C1
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
5.2.20 Stepper Controller
750-639
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
4
4
No (not possible)
-
-
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
-
-
-
-
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.21 SSI Encoder Interface
750-630
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No
4
0
Mapping with Register Communication (Alternative Format, Default Setting)
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
-
-
-
-
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
Mapping with Register Communication (Standard-Format)
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
-
-
-
-
D3
D3
D0
D0
D2
D2
D1
D1
D1
D1
D2
D2
D0
D0
D3
D3
Mapping without Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
D3
-
D0
-
D2
-
D1
-
D1
-
D2
-
D0
-
D3
-
• 145
146 •
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.22 Incremental Encoder Interfaces
750-631, 750-634, 750-637
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No (not possible)
-
-
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
MOTOROLA
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D1
D1
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
S1*
C1*
S1*
C1*
D3
D3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
Channel 1
*
INTEL
The 2. CONTROL or STATUS byte is just available with 750-637.
5.2.23 Digital Impulse Interface
750-635
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
4
4
No (not possible)
-
-
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
D2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.24 Serial Interface
750-650, 750-651, 750-653 (default setting)
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
4
4
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S
C
S
C
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3 (6)
D3 (6)
D3 (6)
D3 (6)
D4 (6)
D4 (6)
D4 (6)
D4 (6)
750-650/003-0??, 750-651/003-0??, 750-653/003-0?? (settable)
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Yes
Input
Output
4/6
4/6
-
-
No (not possible)
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
*2)
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
D1
D1
D2 (4, 6)*2)
D2 (4, 6) *2)
D2 (4, 6) *2)
D2 (4, 6) *2)
D3 (6) *2)
D3 (6) *2)
D3 (6) *2)
D3 (6) *2)
D4 (6) *2)
D4 (6) *2)
D4 (6) *2)
D4 (6) *2)
The numbers in brackets stand for the projected data length.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
• 147
148 •
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.25 Data Exchange Module
750-654
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No
4
4
Mapping with Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D0
D0
D1
D1
D1
D1
D0
D0
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
D4
D4
D4
D4
D3
D3
Mapping without Register Communication
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA
INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
D0
D0
D1
D1
D1
D1
D0
D0
D3
D3
D4
D4
D4
D4
D3
D3
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.26 DALI/DSI Master
750-641
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes
6
6
No (not possible)
-
-
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA / INTEL
Input
Output
Input
Output
S0
C0
S0
C0
D0
D0
D0
D0
D1
D1
D1
D1
D2
D2
D2
D2
D3
D3
D3
D3
D4
D4
D4
D4
5.2.27 AS Interface Master
750-655
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Yes
Input
Output
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
-
-
No (not possible)
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA / INTEL
Input
Output
S0
C0
-
-
D0
D0
D1
D1
…
…
D(n-1)
D(n-1)
Dn
Dn
n = 9, 17, 21, 29, 37, 45
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
• 149
150 •
I/O Modules
Design of the Process Data for PROFIBUS-DP
5.2.28 PROFIsafe I/O Modules
750-660, 750-665, 750-666
Process Image Length in [Byte]
Register communication possible
Input
Output
Yes (not possible)
-
-
No
5
5
Mapping
Data format
I/O area
Channel 1
MOTOROLA / INTEL
Input
Output
D0
D0
STATUS (PROFIsafe)
CONTROL (PROFIsafe)
Consecutive number F-Module
Consecutive number F-Host
CRC F-Module High Byte
CRC F-Host High Byte
CRC F-Module Low Byte
CRC F-Host Low Byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
• 151
5.3 PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
5.3.1
Binary Input Modules
Order No.
750-400
750-401
750-402
750-403
750-405
750-406
750-407
750-408
750-409
750-410
750-411
750-412
750-413
750-414
750-415
750-416
750-418
750-419
750-422
750-423
750-424
750-425
750-427
750-428
750-430
750-431
750-432
750-433
750-435
750-436
750-437
750-438
750-4dd
750-4dd
750-4dd
750-4dd
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Description
2 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
2 DI/24 V DC/0.2 ms
4 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
4 DI/24 V DC/0.2 ms
2 DI/230 V AC/10 ms
2 DI/120 V AC/10 ms
2 DI/230 V AC/10 ms
4 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
4 DI/24 V DC/0.2 ms
2 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
2 DI/24 V DC/0.2 ms
2 DI/48 V DC/3.0 ms
2 DI/48 V DC/0.2 ms
4 DI/5 V DC/0.2 ms
4 DI/24 V AC/DC/20 ms
2 DI/120-230 V AC
2 DI/24 V DC DIA ACK
2 DI/24 V DC DIA
4 DI/24 V DC
4 DI/24 V AC/DC/50ms
4 DI/24 V DC
2 DI/24 V DC NAMUR
2 DI/110 V DC
4 DI/42 V AC/DC
8 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
8 DI/24 V DC/0.2 ms
4 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
4 DI/24 V DC/0.2 ms
1 DI/24 V DC Eex i
8 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms
8 DI/24 V DC/0.2 ms
2 DI/24 V DC EEx i
2 DI
2 DI/DIA
4 DI
8 DI
Module
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x30
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
0x10
*-Module
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
-
PFC Module
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
152 •
5.3.2
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
Binary Output Modules
Order No.
750-501
750-502
750-504
750-506
750-506
750-507
750-507
750-509
750-512
750-513
750-514
750-516
750-517
750-519
750-522
750-522
750-523
750-523
750-530
750-531
750-532
750-532
750-535
750-536
750-537
750-537
750-5dd
750-5dd
750-5dd
750-5dd
750-5dd
750-5dd
750-5dd
Buerkert
8644
monost.
Buerkert
8644
bistab.
Buerkert
8644
monost.
5.3.3
Description
2 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
2 DO/24 V DC/2.0 A
4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
2 DO/4 DIA-DI/DIA
2 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A DIA
2 DO/2 DIA-DI/DIA
2 DO/24 V DC/2.0 A DIA
2 DO/230 V AC/0.3 A
2 DO Relay/250 V AC
2 DO Relay/250 V AC
2 DO Relay/125 V AC
4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
2 DO Relay/230 V AC
4 DO/5 V DC/20 mA
2 DO/2 DIA-DI/DIA
2 DO/230V AC/0.5 A DIA
1 DO/230V AC/16 A DIA
1 DO/230V AC/16 A DIA
8 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
4 DO/4 DIA-DI/DIA
4 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A DIA
2 DO/24V DC/0.5A EEx i
8 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A
8 DO/8 DIA-DI/DIA
8 DO/24 V DC/0.5 A DIA
2 DO
2 DO/2 DIA-DI/2 DIA
2 DO/2 DIA
2 DO/4 DIA
2 DO/4 DIA
4 DO
8 DO
Module
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x20
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x30
0x20
0x20
0x20
*-Module
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
-
PFC Module
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
2 DO
0x20
0x00
0x00
4 DO
0x20
0x00
0x00
8 DO
0x20
-
0x00
*-Module
0x00
0x00
PFC Module
0x00
0x00
Supply Modules
Order No.
750-610
750-610
750-611
750-611
Description
P-Supply 24 V DC/DIA
Dia. Im PA
P-Supply 230 V AC/DIA
Dia. Im PA
Module
0x00
0x10
0x00
0x10
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
5.3.4
Analog Input Modules
Order No.
750-452
750-453
750-454
750-455
750-456
750-457
750-459
750-460
750-461
750-462
750-463
750-465
750-466
750-467
750-468
750-469
750-472
750-474
750-475
750-476
750-477
750-478
750-479
750-480
750-481
750-483
750-485
750-491
750-492
750-4aa
750-4aa
5.3.5
• 153
Description
2 AI/0-20 mA/diff.
4 AI/0-20 mA/SE
2 AI/4-20 mA/diff.
4 AI/4-20 mA/SE
2 AI/+/-10 V/diff.
4 AI/+/-10 V/SE
4 AI/0-10 V/SE
4 AI/RTD
2 AI/RTD
2 AI/TC
4 AI/TC
2 AI/0-20 mA/SE
2 AI/4-20 mA/SE
2 AI/0-10 V/SE
4 AI/0-10 V/SE
2 AI/TC/OCM
2 AI/0-20 mA/OVLP
2 AI/4-20 mA/OVLP
2 AI/0-1 A AC/DC
2 AI/+/-10 V
2 AI/0-10 V AC/DC
2 AI/0-10 V
2 AI/+/-10 V
2 AI/0-20 mA
2AI/RTD EEx i
2 AI/0-30 V DC
2 AI/4-20 mA EEx i
1 AI/DMS-Bridge
2 AI/4-20 mA
2 AI
4 AI
Module
0x51
0x53
0x51
0x53
0x51
0x53
0x53
0x53
0x51
0x51
0x53
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x53
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x51
0x53
RA-Module
0xF2
0xF5
0xF2
0xF5
0xF2
0xF5
0xF5
0xF5
0xF2
0xF2
0xF5
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF5
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF5
PFC Module
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
Module
0x61
0x63
0x61
0x63
0x61
0x63
0x61
0x63
0x63
0x61
0x61
0x61
0x63
RA-Module
0xF2
0xF5
0xF2
0xF5
0xF2
0xF5
0xF2
0xF5
0xF5
0xF2
0xF2
0xF2
0xF5
PFC Module
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
Analog Output Modules
Order No.
750-550
750-551
750-552
750-553
750-554
750-555
750-556
750-557
750-559
750-560
750-585
750-5aa
750-5aa
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Description
2 AO/0-10 V
4 AO/0-10 V
2 AO/0-20 mA
4 AO/0-20 mA
2 AO/4-20 mA
4 AO/4-20 mA
2 AO/+/-10 V
4 AO/+/-10 V
4 AO/0-10 V
2 AO/0-10 V 100mW
2 AO/4-20 mA EEx i
2 AO
4 AO
154 •
5.3.6
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
Special Modules
Order No.
750-404
750-511
750-630
750-631
750-634
750-635
750-637
750-638
750-639
750-641
750-650
750-650
750-651
750-651
750-653
750-653
750-654
750-654
750-655
750-655
750-655
750-655
750-655
750-655
750-660
Description
V/R-Counter
2 DO 24 V DC/PWM
SSI-Interface
Encoder-Interface
Encoder-Interface
Dig. Impulse-Interface
Encoder-Interface
V/R-Counter
2 DO 24 V DC/FM/PT
DALI/DSI-Master
RS232C-Intf. 5 Byte
RS232C-Intf. 3 Byte
TTY-Interface 5 Byte
TTY-Interface 3 Byte
RS485-Interface 5 Byte
RS485-Interface 3 Byte
Data exchange module
Data exchange module RA
ASI-Master 12 byte PA
ASI-Master 20 byte PA
ASI-Master 24 byte PA
ASI-Master 32 byte PA
ASI-Master 40 byte PA
ASI-Master 48 byte PA
8 FDI/24 V DC
750-665
4 FDO 0.5A/4 FDI 24V DC
750-666
1 FDO 10A/2 FDI/2 FDO
750-6aa
SF
Module
RA-Module
0xF2
0xF2
0x00
0xB5
0xB5
0xB3
0xF2
0xF2
0xF1
0xB5
0xB5
0xB3
0xB5
0xB3
0xB5
0xB3
0xF1
0xF2
0xC2,0x8B,0x8B,0x0A,0x0A
0xC2,0x93,0x93,0x0A,0x0A
0xC2,0x97,0x97,0x0A,0x0A
0xC2,0x9F,0x9F,0x0A,0x0A
0xC2,0xA7,0xA7,0x0A,0x0A
0xC2,0xAF,0xAF,0x0A,0x0A
0xC4,0x84,0x84,
0x05,0x0A,0x05,0x0A
0xC4,0x84,0x84,
0x05,0x0A,0x05,0x0A
0xC4,0x84,0x84,
0x05,0x0A,0x05,0x0A
0xF2
PFC Module
0x00
0x00
0x93
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
5.3.7
• 155
Field Bus Variables
Some modules are allocated for the field bus variables.
5.3.7.1
PFC Input Variables in the Field Bus Output Process Image
The following PFC modules are allocated up to SW 02:
Field Bus Variable
1 byte PFC Inputs
3 byte PFC Inputs
5 byte PFC Inputs
7 byte PFC Inputs
9 byte PFC Inputs
11 byte PFC Inputs
13 byte PFC Inputs
15 byte PFC Inputs
17 byte PFC Inputs
19 byte PFC Inputs
21 byte PFC Inputs
23 byte PFC Inputs
25 byte PFC Inputs
27 byte PFC Inputs
29 byte PFC Inputs
31 byte PFC Inputs
33 byte PFC Inputs
35 byte PFC Inputs
37 byte PFC Inputs
39 byte PFC Inputs
41 byte PFC Inputs
43 byte PFC Inputs
45 byte PFC Inputs
47 byte PFC Inputs
49 byte PFC Inputs
51 byte PFC Inputs
53 byte PFC Inputs
55 byte PFC Inputs
57 byte PFC Inputs
59 byte PFC Inputs
61 byte PFC Inputs
63 byte PFC Inputs
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
PFC Module
0xA0
0xA2
0xA4
0xA6
0xA8
0xAA
0xAC
0xAE
0x80,0x90
0x80,0x92
0x80,0x94
0x80,0x96
0x80,0x98
0x80,0x9A
0x80,0x9C
0x80,0x9E
0x80,0xA0
0x80,0xA2
0x80,0xA4
0x80,0xA6
0x80,0xA8
0x80,0xAA
0x80,0xAC
0x80,0xAE
0x80,0xB0
0x80,0xB2
0x80,0xB4
0x80,0xB6
0x80,0xB8
0x80,0xBA
0x80,0xBC
0x80,0xBE
Field Bus Variable
2 byte PFC Inputs
4 byte PFC Inputs
6 byte PFC Inputs
8 byte PFC Inputs
10 byte PFC Inputs
12 byte PFC Inputs
14 byte PFC Inputs
16 byte PFC Inputs
18 byte PFC Inputs
20 byte PFC Inputs
22 byte PFC Inputs
24 byte PFC Inputs
26 byte PFC Inputs
28 byte PFC Inputs
30 byte PFC Inputs
32 byte PFC Inputs
34 byte PFC Inputs
36 byte PFC Inputs
38 byte PFC Inputs
40 byte PFC Inputs
42 byte PFC Inputs
44 byte PFC Inputs
46 byte PFC Inputs
48 byte PFC Inputs
50 byte PFC Inputs
52 byte PFC Inputs
54 byte PFC Inputs
56 byte PFC Inputs
58 byte PFC Inputs
60 byte PFC Inputs
62 byte PFC Inputs
64 byte PFC Inputs
PFC Module
0xA1
0xA3
0xA5
0xA7
0xA9
0xAB
0xAD
0xAF
0x80,0x91
0x80,0x93
0x80,0x95
0x80,0x97
0x80,0x99
0x80,0x9B
0x80,0x9D
0x80,0x9F
0x80,0xA1
0x80,0xA3
0x80,0xA5
0x80,0xA7
0x80,0xA9
0x80,0xAB
0x80,0xAD
0x80,0xAF
0x80,0xB1
0x80,0xB3
0x80,0xB5
0x80,0xB7
0x80,0xB9
0x80,0xBB
0x80,0xBD
0x80,0xBF
156 •
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
Additionally, PFC modules with data type identification are allocated from
SW 03:
Field Bus Variable
1 byte PFC Input.
(Boolean)
3 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
5 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
7 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
9 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
11 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
13 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
15 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
1 byte PFC
(Integer8)
3 byte PFC
(Integer8)
5 byte PFC
(Integer8)
7 byte PFC
(Integer8)
9 byte PFC
(Integer8)
11 byte PFC
(Integer8)
13 byte PFC
(Integer8)
15 byte PFC
(Integer8)
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
2 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
6 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
10 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
14 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
4 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
12 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
20 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
28 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
1 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
3 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
5 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
7 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
9 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
11 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
13 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
15 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
PFC Module
0x81,0x80,0x01
0x81,0x82,0x01
0x81,0x84,0x01
0x81,0x86,0x01
0x81,0x88,0x01
0x81,0x8A,0x01
0x81,0x8C,0x01
0x81,0x8E,0x01
0x81,0x80,0x02
0x81,0x82,0x02
0x81,0x84,0x02
0x81,0x86,0x02
0x81,0x88,0x02
0x81,0x8A,0x02
0x81,0x8C,0x02
0x81,0x8E,0x02
0x81,0x81,0x03
0x81,0x85,0x03
0x81,0x89,0x03
0x81,0x8D,0x03
0x81,0x83,0x04
0x81,0x8B,0x04
0x81,0x93,0x04
0x81,0x9B,0x04
0x81,0x80,0x05
0x81,0x82,0x05
0x81,0x84,0x05
0x81,0x86,0x05
0x81,0x88,0x05
0x81,0x8A,0x05
0x81,0x8C,0x05
0x81,0x8E,0x05
Field Bus Variable
2 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
4 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
6 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
8 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
10 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
12 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
14 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
16 byte PFC Input
(Boolean)
2 byte PFC
(Integer8)
4 byte PFC
(Integer8)
6 byte PFC
(Integer8)
8 byte PFC
(Integer8)
10 byte PFC
(Integer8)
12 byte PFC
(Integer8)
14 byte PFC
(Integer8)
16 byte PFC
(Integer8)
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
4 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
8 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
12 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
16 byte PFC Input
(Integer16)
8 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
16 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
24 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
32 byte PFC Input
(Integer32)
2 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
4 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
6 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
8 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
10 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
12 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
14 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
16 byte PFC
(Unsigned8)
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
PFC Module
0x81,0x81,0x01
0x81,0x83,0x01
0x81,0x85,0x01
0x81,0x87,0x01
0x81,0x89,0x01
0x81,0x8B,0x01
0x81,0x8D,0x01
0x81,0x8F,0x01
0x81,0x81,0x02
0x81,0x83,0x02
0x81,0x85,0x02
0x81,0x87,0x02
0x81,0x89,0x02
0x81,0x8B,0x02
0x81,0x8D,0x02
0x81,0x8F,0x02
0x81,0x83,0x03
0x81,0x87,0x03
0x81,0x8B,0x03
0x81,0x8F,0x03
0x81,0x87,0x04
0x81,0x8F,0x04
0x81,0x97,0x04
0x81,0x9F,0x04
0x81,0x81,0x05
0x81,0x83,0x05
0x81,0x85,0x05
0x81,0x87,0x05
0x81,0x89,0x05
0x81,0x8B,0x05
0x81,0x8D,0x05
0x81,0x8F,0x05
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
Field Bus Variable
2 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
6 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
10 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
14 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
4 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned32)
12 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned32)
2 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
4 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
6 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
8 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
10 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
12 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
14 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
16 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
String)
String)
String)
String)
String)
String)
String)
String)
2 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
4 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
6 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
8 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
10 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
12 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
14 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
16 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
PFC Module
0x81,0x81,0x06
0x81,0x85,0x06
0x81,0x89,0x06
0x81,0x8D,0x06
0x81,0x83,0x07
0x81,0x8B,0x07
0x81,0x81,0x09
0x81,0x83,0x09
0x81,0x85,0x09
0x81,0x87,0x09
0x81,0x89,0x09
0x81,0x8B,0x09
0x81,0x8D,0x09
Field Bus Variable
4 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
8 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
12 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
16 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned16)
8 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned32)
16 byte PFC Input
(Unsigned32)
3 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
5 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
7 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
9 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
11 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
13 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
15 byte PFC
Input(Visib.
String)
String)
String)
String)
String)
String)
String)
• 157
PFC Module
0x81,0x83,0x06
0x81,0x87,0x06
0x81,0x8B,0x06
0x81,0x8F,0x06
0x81,0x87,0x07
0x81,0x8F,0x07
0x81,0x82,0x09
0x81,0x84,0x09
0x81,0x86,0x09
0x81,0x88,0x09
0x81,0x8A,0x09
0x81,0x8C,0x09
0x81,0x8E,0x09
0x81,0x8F,0x09
0x81,0x81,0x0A
0x81,0x83,0x0A
0x81,0x85,0x0A
0x81,0x87,0x0A
0x81,0x89,0x0A
0x81,0x8B,0x0A
0x81,0x8D,0x0A
0x81,0x8F,0x0A
3 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
5 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
7 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
9 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
11 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
13 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
15 byte PFC Input
(Octet String)
0x81,0x82,0x0A
0x81,0x84,0x0A
0x81,0x86,0x0A
0x81,0x88,0x0A
0x81,0x8A,0x0A
0x81,0x8C,0x0A
0x81,0x8E,0x0A
158 •
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
5.3.7.2
PFC Output Variables in the Field Bus Input Process Image
The following PFC modules are allocated up to SW 02:
Field Bus Variable
1 byte PFC Outputs
3 byte PFC Outputs
5 byte PFC Outputs
7 byte PFC Outputs
9 byte PFC Outputs
11 byte PFC Outputs
13 byte PFC Outputs
15 byte PFC Outputs
17 byte PFC Outputs
19 byte PFC Outputs
21 byte PFC Outputs
23 byte PFC Outputs
25 byte PFC Outputs
27 byte PFC Outputs
29 byte PFC Outputs
31 byte PFC Outputs
33 byte PFC Outputs
35 byte PFC Outputs
37 byte PFC Outputs
39 byte PFC Outputs
41 byte PFC Outputs
43 byte PFC Outputs
45 byte PFC Outputs
47 byte PFC Outputs
49 byte PFC Outputs
51 byte PFC Outputs
53 byte PFC Outputs
55 byte PFC Outputs
57 byte PFC Outputs
59 byte PFC Outputs
61 byte PFC Outputs
63 byte PFC Outputs
PFC Module
0x90
0x92
0x94
0x96
0x98
0x9A
0x9C
0x9E
0x40,0x90
0x40,0x92
0x40,0x94
0x40,0x96
0x40,0x98
0x40,0x9A
0x40,0x9C
0x40,0x9E
0x40,0xA0
0x40,0xA2
0x40,0xA4
0x40,0xA6
0x40,0xA8
0x40,0xAA
0x40,0xAC
0x40,0xAE
0x40,0xB0
0x40,0xB2
0x40,0xB4
0x40,0xB6
0x40,0xB8
0x40,0xBA
0x40,0xBC
0x40,0xBE
Field Bus Variable
2 byte PFC Outputs
4 byte PFC Outputs
6 byte PFC Outputs
8 byte PFC Outputs
10 byte PFC Outputs
12 byte PFC Outputs
14 byte PFC Outputs
16 byte PFC Outputs
18 byte PFC Outputs
20 byte PFC Outputs
22 byte PFC Outputs
24 byte PFC Outputs
26 byte PFC Outputs
28 byte PFC Outputs
30 byte PFC Outputs
32 byte PFC Outputs
34 byte PFC Outputs
36 byte PFC Outputs
38 byte PFC Outputs
40 byte PFC Outputs
42 byte PFC Outputs
44 byte PFC Outputs
46 byte PFC Outputs
48 byte PFC Outputs
50 byte PFC Outputs
52 byte PFC Outputs
54 byte PFC Outputs
56 byte PFC Outputs
58 byte PFC Outputs
60 byte PFC Outputs
62 byte PFC Outputs
64 byte PFC Outputs
PFC Module
0x91
0x93
0x95
0x97
0x99
0x9B
0x9D
0x9F
0x40,0x91
0x40,0x93
0x40,0x95
0x40,0x97
0x40,0x99
0x40,0x9B
0x40,0x9D
0x40,0x9F
0x40,0xA1
0x40,0xA3
0x40,0xA5
0x40,0xA7
0x40,0xA9
0x40,0xAB
0x40,0xAD
0x40,0xAF
0x40,0xB1
0x40,0xB3
0x40,0xB5
0x40,0xB7
0x40,0xB9
0x40,0xBB
0x40,0xBD
0x40,0xBF
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
• 159
Additionally PFC modules with data type identification are allocated from
SW 03:
Field Bus Variable
1 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
3 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
5 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
7 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
9 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
11 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
13 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
15 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
1 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
3 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
5 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
7 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
9 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
11 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
13 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
15 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
2 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
6 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
10 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
14 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
4 byte PFC Output
(Integer32)
12 byte PFC Output
(Integer32)
1 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
3 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
5 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
7 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
9 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
11 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
13 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
15 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
PFC Module
0x41,0x80,0x01
0x41,0x82,0x01
0x41,0x84,0x01
0x41,0x86,0x01
0x41,0x88,0x01
0x41,0x8A,0x01
0x41,0x8C,0x01
0x41,0x8E,0x01
0x41,0x80,0x02
0x41,0x82,0x02
0x41,0x84,0x02
0x41,0x86,0x02
0x41,0x88,0x02
0x41,0x8A,0x02
0x41,0x8C,0x02
0x41,0x8E,0x02
0x41,0x81,0x03
0x41,0x85,0x03
0x41,0x89,0x03
0x41,0x8D,0x03
0x41,0x83,0x04
0x41,0x8B,0x04
0x41,0x80,0x05
0x41,0x82,0x05
0x41,0x84,0x05
0x41,0x86,0x05
0x41,0x88,0x05
0x41,0x8A,0x05
0x41,0x8C,0x05
0x41,0x8E,0x05
Field Bus Variable
2 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
4 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
6 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
8 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
10 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
12 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
14 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
16 byte PFC Output
(Boolean)
2 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
4 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
6 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
8 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
10 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
12 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
14 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
16 byte PFC Output
(Integer8)
4 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
8 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
12 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
16 byte PFC Output
(Integer16)
8 byte PFC Output
(Integer32)
16 byte PFC Output
(Integer32)
2 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
4 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
6 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
8 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
10 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
12 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
14 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
16 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned8)
PFC Module
0x41,0x81,0x01
0x41,0x83,0x01
0x41,0x85,0x01
0x41,0x87,0x01
0x41,0x89,0x01
0x41,0x8B,0x01
0x41,0x8D,0x01
0x41,0x8F,0x01
0x41,0x81,0x02
0x41,0x83,0x02
0x41,0x85,0x02
0x41,0x87,0x02
0x41,0x89,0x02
0x41,0x8B,0x02
0x41,0x8D,0x02
0x41,0x8F,0x02
0x41,0x83,0x03
0x41,0x87,0x03
0x41,0x8B,0x03
0x41,0x8F,0x03
0x41,0x87,0x04
0x41,0x8F,0x04
0x41,0x81,0x05
0x41,0x83,0x05
0x41,0x85,0x05
0x41,0x87,0x05
0x41,0x89,0x05
0x41,0x8B,0x05
0x41,0x8D,0x05
0x41,0x8F,0x05
160 •
I/O Modules
PROFIBUS Identification Bytes of I/O Modules
Field Bus Variable
2 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
6 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
10 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
14 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
4 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned32)
12 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned32)
1 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
3 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
5 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
7 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
9 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
11 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
13 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
15 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
1 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
3 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
5 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
7 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
9 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
11 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
13 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
15 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
PFC Module
0x41,0x81,0x06
0x41,0x85,0x06
0x41,0x89,0x06
0x41,0x8D,0x06
0x41,0x83,0x07
0x41,0x8B,0x07
0x41,0x80,0x09
0x41,0x82,0x09
0x41,0x84,0x09
0x41,0x86,0x09
0x41,0x88,0x09
0x41,0x8A,0x09
0x41,0x8C,0x09
0x41,0x8E,0x09
0x41,0x80,0x0A
0x41,0x82,0x0A
0x41,0x84,0x0A
0x41,0x86,0x0A
0x41,0x88,0x0A
0x41,0x8A,0x0A
0x41,0x8C,0x0A
0x41,0x8E,0x0A
Field Bus Variable
4 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
8 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
12 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
16 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned16)
8 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned32)
16 byte PFC Output
(Unsigned32)
2 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
4 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
6 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
8 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
10 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
12 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
14 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
16 byte PFC
Output(Visib.
String)
PFC Module
0x41,0x83,0x06
0x41,0x87,0x06
0x41,0x8B,0x06
0x41,0x8F,0x06
0x41,0x87,0x07
0x41,0x8F,0x07
0x41,0x81,0x09
0x41,0x83,0x09
0x41,0x85,0x09
0x41,0x87,0x09
0x41,0x89,0x09
0x41,0x8B,0x09
0x41,0x8D,0x09
0x41,0x8F,0x09
2 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
4 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
6 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
8 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
10 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
12 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
14 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
16 byte PFC Output
(Octet String)
0x41,0x81,0x0A
0x41,0x83,0x0A
0x41,0x85,0x0A
0x41,0x87,0x0A
0x41,0x89,0x0A
0x41,0x8B,0x0A
0x41,0x8D,0x0A
0x41,0x8F,0x0A
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
• 161
5.4 Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
Note
For simplification only the item numbers are shown as module designation in
the table. The module „750-400“ thus corresponds to the module
„750-400 2 DI/24 V DC/3.0 ms“
5.4.1
Digital I/O Modules
All binary I/O modules contain 3 bytes of extended parameterization
information, which serve, amongst others, for the identification of the internal
bus and the structure of the mapping table. For modules capable of
diagnostics, the diagnostics message can be suppressed or released channel for
channel or module for module. Binary outputs offer the possibility of
switching to a predetermined state in the case of a master failure.
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
162 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.1
2 DI I/O Modules
Module
Identification
hex
Identification
dec
0x10
16
0x00
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
2
2
2
Output Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
750-400, 750-401, 750-405, 750-406, 750-410,
750-411, 750-412, 750-413, 750-416, 750-427,
750-435, 750-438, 750-4dd 2 DI
*750-400, *750-401, *750-405, *750-406, *750-410,
*750-411, *750-412, *750-413, *750-416, *750-427,
*750-435, *750-438, *750-4dd 2 DI
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
PFC6
Plug5
Italic
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.2
• 163
2 DI I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Module
750-419, 750-425, 750-4dd 2 DI/DIA
Diagnostics in the input process image
750-419, 750-425, 750-4dd 2 DI/DIA
*750-419, *750-425, *750-4dd 2 DI/DIA
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Diagnostics in the input process image
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
released
locked*)
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter (up to Firmware 06)
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Parameter (from Firmware 07)
Offset
0
1
2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Identification
dec
0x30
48
0x10
0x00
16
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
4
Output Image
in [Bit]
0
4
2
41) (22))
0
0
0
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the I/O module
is
- mapped into the input process image
- not mapped into the input process image
The diagnostics information of the
corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics is mapped into the
Input-PAB
(only for *-Modules)
Identification
hex
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
PADiag
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Diag
En1
0
Diag
En0
164 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
PA-Diag4
(only for
*-Modules)
DiagEn13
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
DiagEn02
0
1
Italic
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics is mapped into the Input-PAB
locked
released
Diagnostics idle run, short circuit on channel 2
locked
released
Diagnostics idle run, short circuit on channel 1
locked
released
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.3
• 165
4 DI I/O Modules
Module
750-402, 750-403, 750-408, 750-409, 750-414,
750-415, 750-422, 750-423, 750-424, 750-428,
750-432, 750-433, 750-4dd 4 DI
*750-402, *750-403, *750-408, *750-409, *750-414,
*750-415, *750-422, *750-423, *750-424, *750-428,
*750-432, *750-433, *750-4dd 4 DI
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
0x10
16
0x00
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
4
4
4
Output Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
*)
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
PFC6
Plug5
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
cannot be changed
166 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.4
8 DI I/O Modules
Module
750-430, 750-431, 750-436, 750-437, 750-4dd 8 DI
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
0x10
16
Input Image
in [Bit]
8
8
8
Output Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
*)
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
PFC6
Plug5
Italic
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.5
• 167
16 DI I/O Modules
Identification
hex
Identification
dec
750-4dd 16 DI
0x11
17
Process Image
Input Image
in [Bit]
16
16
Output Image
in [Bit]
0
0
Module
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
PFC6
Plug5
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
cannot be changed
168 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.6
2 DO I/O Modules
Module
750-501, 750-502, 750-509, 750-512, 750-513,
750-514, 750-517, 750-535, 750-5dd 2 DO,
Buerkert 8644 monost. 2 DO
*750-501, *750-502, *750-509, *750-512, *750-513,
*750-514, *750-517, *750-535, *750-5dd 2 DO,
*Buerkert 8644 monost. 2 DO
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
0*)
1
*)
Identification
dec
0x20
32
0x00
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
Output Image
in [Bit]
2
2
2
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Substitute channel x
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
PFC6
Plug5
SV00
SV01
Italic
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV1
SV0
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.7
• 169
2 (1) DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Module
750-507, 750-522, 750-523 (1 DO),
750-5dd 2 DO/2 DIA-DI/2 DIA,
Diagnostics in the input process image
750-507, 750-522, 750-523 (1 DO),
750-5dd 2 DO/2 DIA
*750-507, *750-522, 750-523 (1 DO),
*750-5dd 2 DO/2 DIA
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Diagnostics in the input process image
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
released
locked*)
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
Substitute channel x
0*)
1
*)
Default settings
Parameter (up to Firmware 06)
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV1
SV0
Parameter (from Firmware 07)
Offset
0
1
2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Identification
dec
0x30
48
0x20
32
0x00
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
2
Output Image
in [Bit]
2
2 (1)
0
21) (02))
2 (1)
2 (1)
2 (1)
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the I/O module
is
- mapped into the input process image
- not mapped into the input process image
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics is mapped into the
Input-PAB
(only for *-Modules)
Identification
hex
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
PADiag
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
SV1
Diag
En1
SV0
Diag
En0
170 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
PA-Diag4
(only for
*-Modules)
DiagEn02
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
DiagEn13
0
1
SV00
SV01
Italic
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics is mapped into the Input-PAB
locked
released
Diagnostics error (idle run, overload or short circuit) on channel 1
locked
released
Diagnostics error (idle run, overload or short circuit) on channel 2
locked
released
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.8
• 171
2 DO I/O Module with 2 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Module
750-506, 750-5dd 2 DO/4DIA-DI/4 DIA,
Diagnostics in the input process image
750-506, 750-5dd 2 DO/4 DIA
*750-506, *750-5dd 2 DO/4 DIA
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Diagnostics in the input process image
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
released
locked*)
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
Substitute channel x
0*)
1
*)
Default settings
Parameter (up to Firmware 06)
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV1
SV0
Parameter (from Firmware 07)
Offset
0
1
2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Identification
dec
0x30
48
0x20
0x00
32
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
4
Output Image
in [Bit]
4
4
0
41) (02))
2
2
41) (22))
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the I/O module
is
- mapped into the input process image
- not mapped into the input process image
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics is mapped into the
Input-PAB
(only for *-Modules)
Identification
hex
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Plug
PADiag
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
SV1
Diag
En1
SV0
Diag
En0
172 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
PA-Diag4
(only for
*-Modules)
DiagEn02
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
DiagEn13
0
1
SV00
SV01
Italic
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics is mapped into the Input-PAB
locked
released
Diagnostics short circuit, undervoltage, broken wire, error on channel 1
locked
released
Diagnostics short circuit, undervoltage, broken wire, error on channel 2
locked
released
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.9
• 173
4 DO I/O Modules
Module
750-504, 750-516, 750-519, 750-5dd 4 DO,
Buerkert 8644 monost. 3 DO, Buerkert 8644 monost. 4 DO,
Buerkert 8644 bistab. 4 DO
*750-504, *750-516, *750-519, *750-5dd 4 DO,
*Buerkert 8644 monost. 3 DO, *Buerkert 8644 monost. 4 DO,
*Buerkert 8644 bistab. 4 DO
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
0*)
1
*)
Identification
dec
0x20
32
0x00
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
Output Image
in [Bit]
4
4
4
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Substitute channel x
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
PFC6
Plug5
SV00
SV01
SV02
SV03
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
SV3
SV2
SV1
SV0
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Substitute channel 3
Substitute channel 4
cannot be changed
174 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.10
4 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Module
750-532, 750-5dd 4 DO/4 DIA-DI/DIA,
Diagnostics in the input process image
750-532, 750-5dd 4 DO/4 DIA
*750-532, *750-5dd 4 DO/4 DIA
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Diagnostics in the input process image
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
released
locked*)
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
Substitute channel x
0*)
1
*)
Identification
dec
0x30
48
0x20
0x00
32
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
4
Output Image
in [Bit]
4
4
0
41) (02))
4
4
4
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the I/O module
is
- mapped into the input process image
- not mapped into the input process image
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics is mapped into the
Input-PAB
(only for *-Modules)
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
0
PFC
Plug
PADiag
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SV3
Diag
En3
SV2
Diag
En2
SV1
Diag
En1
SV0
Diag
En0
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
PA-Diag4
(only for *Modules)
DiagEn04
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
DiagEn15
0
1
DiagEn26
0
1
DiagEn37
0
1
SV00
SV11
SV22
SV33
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics is mapped into the Input-PAB
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 1
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 2
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 3
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 4
locked
released
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Substitute channel 3
Substitute channel 4
cannot be changed
• 175
176 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.11
8 DO I/O Modules
Module
750-530, 750-536, 750-5dd 8 DO,
Buerkert 8644 monost. 8 DO V2
Buerkert 8644 monost. 8 DO V1
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
0*)
1
*)
Identification
dec
0x20
32
0x20, 0x00,
0x00, 0x00
32, 0, 0, 0
Input Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
Output Image
in [Bit]
8
8
8
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Substitute channel x
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter (750-530, 750-536, 750-5dd 8 DO ,
Buerkert 8644 monost. 8 DO V2)
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SV7
SV6
SV5
SV4
SV3
SV2
SV1
SV0
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
Parameter (Buerkert 8644 monost. 8 DO V1)
Offset
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
PFC6
Plug5
SV00
SV11
SV22
SV33
SV44
SV55
SV66
SV77
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV1
SV0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV3
SV2
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV5
SV4
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
SV7
SV6
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Substitute channel 3
Substitute channel 4
Substitute channel 5
Substitute channel 6
Substitute channel 7
Substitute channel 8
cannot be changed
• 177
178 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.12
8 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Module
750-537, 750-5dd 8 DO/8 DIA-DI/8 DIA,
Diagnostics in the input process image
750-537, 750-5dd 8 DO/8 DIA
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Diagnostics in the input process image
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
0*)
1
*)
Identification
dec
0x30
48
0x20
32
Input Image
in [Bit]
8
Output Image
in [Bit]
8
8
0
81) (02))
8
8
8
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
Plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Substitute channel x
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
3
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
0
PFC
Plug
PADiag
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SV3
Diag
En3
SV2
Diag
En2
SV1
Diag
En1
SV0
Diag
En0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SV7
Diag
En7
SV6
Diag
En6
SV5
Diag
En5
SV4
Diag
En4
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
0
1
0
1
PA-Diag4
0
1
DiagEn00
0
1
DiagEn11
0
1
DiagEn22
0
1
DiagEn33
0
1
DiagEn44
0
1
DiagEn55
0
1
DiagEn66
0
1
DiagEn77
0
1
SV00
SV11
SV22
SV33
SV44
SV55
SV66
SV77
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics is mapped into the Input-PAB
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 1
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 2
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 3
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 4
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 5
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 6
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 7
locked
released
Diagnostics error on channel 8
locked
released
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Substitute channel 3
Substitute channel 4
Substitute channel 5
Substitute channel 6
Substitute channel 7
Substitute channel 8
cannot be changed
• 179
180 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.13
16 DO I/O Module
Module
750-5dd 16 DO, Buerkert 8644 monost. 16 DO
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
0*)
1
*)
Identification
dec
0x21
33
Input Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
Output Image
in [Bit]
16
16
16
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Substitute channel x
Identification
hex
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
Information
0
7
0
6
5
PFC
Plug
4
6
5
3
0
7
2
7
2
7
6
5
4
3
2
SV15
SV14
SV13
SV12
SV11
SV10
SV7
PFC6
Plug5
SV00
SV11
SV22
SV33
SV44
SV55
SV66
SV77
SV80
SV91
SV102
SV113
SV124
SV135
SV146
SV157
Italic
0
6
SV6
0
3
1
0
1
0
4
2
0
1
5
4
SV5
0
1
0
1
SV4
2
0
3
SV3
0
1
1
0
2
SV2
0
0
1
1
SV1
1
SV9
0
0
SV0
0
SV8
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Substitute channel 3
Substitute channel 4
Substitute channel 5
Substitute channel 6
Substitute channel 7
Substitute channel 8
Substitute channel 9
Substitute channel 10
Substitute channel 11
Substitute channel 12
Substitute channel 13
Substitute channel 14
Substitute channel 15
Substitute channel 16
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.14
• 181
2 DI/DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Module
Identification
hex
Identification
dec
750-418
*750-418
0x30
0x00
48
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
4
Output Image
in [Bit]
4
4
2
41) (22))
2
2
41) (22))
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Diagnostics in the input process image
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the I/O module
is
- mapped into the input process image
- not mapped into the input process image
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics is mapped into the
Input-PAB
(only for *-Modules)
released
locked*)
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter (up to Firmware 06)
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Parameter (from Firmware 07)
Offset
0
1
2
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Information
7
6
5
0
PFC
Plug
4
PADiag
3
2
1
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Diag
En1
0
Diag
En0
182 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
0
1
0
1
PA-Diag4
0
1
DiagEn02
0
1
DiagEn13
0
1
Italic
Module is mapped into the field bus PA and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped into the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics is mapped into the Input-PAB
locked
released
Diagnostics idle run, short circuit on channel 1
locked
released
Diagnostics idle run, short circuit on channel 2
locked
released
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.1.15
• 183
Power Supply Modules with Diagnostics
Module
Diagnostics
Evaluation
Identification
hex
Identification
dec
0x00
0
0x10
0x00
16
0
Input Image
in [Bit]
2
0 (2)
2
Output Image
in [Bit]
0
0
0
via PROFIBUS DP
diagnostics telegram
via PROFIBUS DP
process image
750-610, 750-611
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Meaning
The I/O module process data is:
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
released
locked*)
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
Diagnostics field voltage
breakdown
Diagnostics fuse breakage
*)
Default settings
Parameter (up to Firmware 06)
Offset
0
1
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Plug
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Plug5
DiagEn02
DiagEn13
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
Evaluation of the diagnostics via
PROFIBUS-DP-Diagnostics
Evaluation of the diagnostics via
PROFIBUS-DP-Process image
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics field voltage breakdown locked
Diagnostics field voltage breakdown released
Diagnostics fuse breakage locked
Diagnostics fuse breakage released
cannot be changed
184 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
Parameter (from Firmware 07)
Offset
0
1
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Plug
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Plug5
DiagEn02
Italic
0
1
0
1
Evaluation of the diagnostics via
PROFIBUS-DP-Diagnostics
Evaluation of the diagnostics via
PROFIBUS-DP-Process image
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics field voltage breakdown, fuse breakage locked
Diagnostics field voltage breakdown, fuse breakage released
cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.2
• 185
Analog I/O Modules
All analog I/O modules have 2 bytes of extendable parameterization
information, which serves for the identification on the internal bus and the
structure of the mapping table. With analog inputs 2 bytes follow which are
reserved for future options. Modules with diagnostics capability allow the
diagnostics message to be suppressed or released channel for channel.
Analog outputs contain 2 bytes of parameterization data per channel. In this
case the substitute values are saved for the respective channels.
5.4.2.1
2 AI I/O Modules
Register Communication
possible
Module
750-452, 750-454, 750-456,
750-461, 750-462, 750-465,
750-466, 750-467, 750-469,
750-472, 750-474, 750-475,
750-476, 750-477, 750-478,
750-479, 750-480, 750-483,
750-485, 750-491, 750-492,
750-4aa 2 AI
Identification
hex
Identification
dec
Yes
0xF2
242
No
0x51
81
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
4
4
6
0
0
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is:
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
Information
0
7
0
1
7
6
5
PFC
Plug
6
5
0
2
15
1
14
ID5
4
0
4
ID4
3
2
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
3
2
ID3
ID2
1
0
0
1
ID1
0
0
ID0
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
186 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
DiagEn13
ID5 .. ID0
Italic
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics channel 1 locked
Diagnostics channel 1 released
Diagnostics channel 2 locked
Diagnostics channel 2 released
Order number less 450 (e. g. 750-461 would be coded as (461-450) = 11)
Cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.2.2
• 187
4 AI I/O Modules
Register Communication
possible
Yes
Modules
750-453, 750-455, 750-457,
750-459, 750-460, 750-463,
750-468, 750-4aa 4 AI
No
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication possible
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
245
0x53
83
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
12
12
12
8
8
12
0
0
Meaning
The I/O module process data is:
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Identification
hex
0xF5
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
Diag
En3
Diag
En2
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
0
2
15
1
14
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn00
DiagEn11
DiagEn02
DiagEn13
ID5 .. ID0
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics channel 3 locked
Diagnostics channel 3 released
Diagnostics channel 4 locked
Diagnostics channel 4 released
Diagnostics channel 1 locked
Diagnostics channel 1 released
Diagnostics channel 2 locked
Diagnostics channel 2 released
Order number less 450 (e. g. 750-461 would be coded as (468-450) = 18)
Cannot be changed
188 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.2.3
2 AO I/O Modules
Register Communication
possible
Yes
Module
750-550, 750-552, 750-554,
750-556, 750-560, 750-585,
750-5aa 2 AO
Nein
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication possible
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
242
0x61
97
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
0
0
6
4
4
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
Substitute channel x
0x0000 or 0x8000
0 or -32767
... 0x7FFF
... 32767
*)
Identification
hex
0xF2
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
0
0
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
1
2
15
0
14
ID5
13
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
12
11
9
8
7
4
3
2
1
0
12
11
10
9
8
4
3
2
1
0
SubVal_Ch1_HB
3
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch1_LB
4
15
14
13
SubVal_Ch2_HB
5
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch2_LB
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
DiagEn13
SubVal_Ch1
SubVal_Ch2
ID5 .. ID0
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
or
0xFFFF
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
or
0xFFFF
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics channel 1 locked
Diagnostics channel 1 released
Diagnostics channel 2 locked
Diagnostics channel 2 released
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Order number less 550 (e. g. 750-550 would be coded as (550-550) = 0)
Cannot be changed
• 189
190 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.2.4
4 AO I/O Modules
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No
Module
750-551, 750-553, 750-557,
750-559, 750-5aa 4 AO
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication possible
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
245
99
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
12
12
12
0
0
12
8
8
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied to the I/O module
- ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault.
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
Substitute channel x
0x0000 or 0x8000
0 or -32767
... 0x7FFF
... 32767
*)
Identification
hex
0xF5
0x63
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
Diag
En1
Diag
En0
Diag
En3
Diag
En2
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
1
2
15
0
14
ID5
13
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
12
11
9
8
7
4
3
2
1
0
12
11
10
9
8
4
3
2
1
0
12
11
9
8
7
4
3
2
1
0
12
11
10
9
8
4
3
2
1
0
SubVal_Ch1_HB
3
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch1_LB
4
15
14
13
SubVal_Ch2_HB
5
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch2_LB
6
15
14
13
SubVal_Ch3_HB
7
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch3_LB
8
15
14
13
SubVal_Ch4_HB
9
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch4_LB
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn00
DiagEn11
DiagEn02
DiagEn13
SubVal_Ch1
SubVal_Ch2
SubVal_Ch3
SubVal_Ch4
ID5 .. ID0
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
or
0xFFFF
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
or
0xFFFF
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
or
0xFFFF
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
or
0xFFFF
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics channel 3 locked
Diagnostics channel 3 released
Diagnostics channel 4 locked
Diagnostics channel 4released
Diagnostics channel 1 locked
Diagnostics channel 1 released
Diagnostics channel 2locked
Diagnostics channel 2released
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Order number less 550 (e. g. 750-557 would be coded as (557-550) = 7)
Cannot be changed
• 191
192 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.3
Digital Special Modules
All special digital modules have 2 bytes of extended parameterization
information, which serves for the identification on internal bus and the
structure of the mapping table.
Input modules (counter) are followed by 2 bytes, which are reserved for future
options.
Output modules (PWM outputs) are followed by 6 bytes of parameterization
data, which serve for the saving of substitute values for a maximum of 2
channels (2 words).
5.4.3.1
Counter Modules
Module
750-404, 750-638
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Identification
hex
0xF2
Identification
dec
242
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
6
6
6
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is:
- supplied by the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
15
14
13
12
11
9
8
7
5
4
3
2
1
0
ID 750-404
ID 750-638
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
Italic
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.3.2
• 193
PWM Module
Module
750-511
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Identification
hex
0xF2
Identification
dec
242
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
6
6
6
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
If, in the case of a PROFIBUS DP fault, the
switching of substitute values is enabled by the
coupler parameterization, this data is transmitted
to the periphery in the case of a fault..
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Substitute channel x
0x0000 *)
... 0x7FFF
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
15
14
13
12
11
9
8
7
5
4
3
2
1
0
13
12
11
9
8
7
4
3
2
1
0
12
11
10
9
8
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
4
15
14
SubVal_Ch1_HB
5
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch1_LB
6
15
14
13
SubVal_Ch2_HB
7
7
6
5
SubVal_Ch2_LB
PFC6
Plug5
SubVal_Ch1
SubVal_Ch2
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
0x0000
:
0x7FFF
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Substitute channel 1
Substitute channel 2
Cannot be changed
194 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.3.3
Stepper Controller
Module
750-639
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Identification
hex
0xF1
Identification
dec
241
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
3
3
4
4
4
4
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
15
14
13
12
11
9
8
7
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
Italic
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics channel 1 locked
Diagnostics channel 1 released
Cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.4
• 195
Distance and Angle Measurement Modules
All interface modules for path and angle measurement have 2 bytes of
extended parameterization information, which serves for the identification on
internal bus and the structure of the mapping table. Two further bytes follow
which are reserved for future options.
5.4.4.1
SSI Encoder Interface
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No
Module
750-630
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Identification
hex
0xF2
0x93
Identification
dec
242
147
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
4
4
6
0
Register communication
possible
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
14
13
12
11
9
8
7
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Cannot be changed
196 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.4.2
Incremental Encoder Interface
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
Module
750-631, 750-634, 750-637
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
181
-
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
6
6
6
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Identification
hex
0xB5
-
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
ID5 .. ID0
Italic
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Order number less 630 (e. g. 750-634 would be coded as (634-630) = 4)
Cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.4.3
• 197
Digital Impulse Interface
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
Module
750-635
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Identification
hex
0xB3
-
Identification
dec
179
-
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
4
4
4
4
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
Locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Cannot be changed
198 •
5.4.5
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
Serial Interfaces
All serial interface modules have 2 bytes of extended parameter information,
which serves for the identification on the internal bus and the structure of the
mapping table. Two further bytes follow which are reserved for future options.
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
Yes
No (not possible)
Module
750-650, 750-651, 750-653,
750-654 (3 Byte Data)
750-650, 750-651, 750-653,
750-654 (5 Byte Data)
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
179
181
-
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
4 (6)
4 (6)
4 (6)
4 (6)
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Identification
hex
0xB3
0xB5
-
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn0
ID5 .. ID0
Italic
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Order number less 630 (e. g. 750-650 would be coded as (650-630) = 20)
Cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.6
• 199
Data Exchange Module
The Data Exchange Module has 2 bytes of extended parameterization
information, which serves for the identification on the internal bus and the
structure of the mapping table. Two further bytes follow which are reserved
for future options.
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No
Module
750-654
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Identification
hex
0xF2
0xF1
Identification
dec
242
241
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
4
4
6
4
4
Register communication
possible
Yes
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn0
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Cannot be changed
200 •
5.4.7
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
ENOCEAN Receiver Module
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
Module
750-642
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Identification
hex
0xB3
-
Identification
dec
179
-
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
4
4
4
4
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
Italic
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Cannot be changed
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.8
• 201
DALI/DSI Master
Register Communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
Module
750-641
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
Identification
dec
181
-
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
6
6
6
6
6
6
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Identification
hex
0xB5
-
Default settings
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
3
7
6
reserved
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
ID5 .. ID0
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Order number less 630 (e. g. 750-650 would be coded as (650-630) = 20)
Cannot be changed
202 •
5.4.9
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
AS Interface Master
Module
Register Communication
possible
750-655
(12 Byte)
750-655
(20 Byte)
750-655
(24 Byte)
750-655
(32 Byte)
750-655
(40 Byte)
750-655
(48 Byte)
750-655 (n Byte)
Identification
hex
Identification
dec
0xC2, 0x8B, 0x8B, 0x0A, 0x0A
194, 139, 139, 10, 10
0xC2, 0x93, 0x93, 0x0A,0x0A
194, 147, 147, 10, 10
0xC2, 0x97, 0x97, 0x0A, 0x0A
194, 151, 151, 10, 10
0xC2, 0x9F, 0x9F, 0x0A, 0x0A
194, 159, 159, 10, 10
0xC2, 0xA7, 0xA7, 0x0A, 0x0A
194, 167, 167, 10, 10
0xC2, 0xAF, 0xAF, 0x0A, 0x0A
194, 175, 175, 10, 10
-
-
Yes
No (not possible)
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication
possible
Yes
No (not possible)
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Mailbox length
no acyclic channel
6 Byte*)
10 Byte
12 Byte
18 Byte
Cross-fading mailbox
locked*)
released
Diagnostics channel x
released
locked*)
*)
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The length of the acyclic channel (mailbox) is
0 Byte
6 Byte
10 Byte
12 Byte (from 20 Byte data length)
18 Byte (from 20 Byte data length)
The process data is by the acyclic channel
(mailbox)
- not superposed
- superposed
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
Default settings
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
Parameter
Offset
0
1
2
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
0
Process image length in Byte
3
7
6
5
4
OVL
4
5
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Plug5
DiagEn02
ID5 .. ID0
OVL7
Acyclic
channel length
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
2
0
PFC6
Italic
3
Acyclic channel length in Byte
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
6
10
12
18
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Order number less 630 (e. g. 750-650 would be coded as (650-630) = 20)
The acyclic channel cannot interfere with the process data
The acyclic channel can interfere with the process data
No acyclic channel
6 Byte acyclic channel
10 Byte acyclic channel
12 Byte acyclic channel (from 20 Byte data length)
18 Byte acyclic channel (from 20 Byte data length)
Cannot be changed
• 203
204 •
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
5.4.10 PROFIsafe Modules
Module
Register Communication
possible
No
750-660, 750-665, 750-666
Yes (not possible)
Process Image
Internal bus
PROFIBUS DP
Register communication
possible
Yes (not possible)
No
PFC (CPU)
Parameter
I/O module is physically
Value
plug fitted*)
not plug fitted
Diagnostics
released
locked*)
*)
Identification
hex
0xC4, 0x84, 0x84,
0x05, 0x0A, 0x05,
0x0A
-
Identification
dec
Input Image
in [Byte]
Output Image
in [Byte]
8
8
5
8
5
8
196, 132, 132,
5, 10, 5, 10
-
Meaning
The I/O module process data is
- supplied by the I/O module or
supplied to the I/O module
- set to zero by the coupler or
ignored by the coupler
The diagnostics information of the corresponding channel is
- transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
- not transmitted to PROFIBUS DP master
Default settings
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Configuration and Parameterization of the I/O Modules
Parameter
Offset
0
1
Information
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PFC
Plug
0
0
Diag
En0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
1
ID5
ID4
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
5
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
6
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
7
6
F_Chk
SeqNo
0
2
3
4
F_Slot
7
8
15
2
F_Block_ID
0
0
0
10
9
8
1
0
1
0
1
0
9
8
1
0
2
1
0
2
1
0
5
F_Par_Ver
9
3
F_Chk
_iPar
1
F_SIL
F_CRC_Len
14
4
13
12
11
F_Src_Addr_High
10
7
6
5
11
7
6
5
4
3
2
Block length in Byte
Block module PROFIsafe
PROFIsafe module slot
Specifier
F_Prm_Flag1
F_Prm_Flag2
F_Source_Address (1...65534)
F_Src_Addr_Low
4
3
2
F_Dst_Addr_High
12
7
6
5
13
15
14
13
4
3
2
F_Destination_Address (1...65534)
F_Dst_Addr_Low
12
11
10
F_WD_Time_High
14
7
6
5
15
7
6
5
4
3
2
F_Watchdog_Time in ms (1…65535)
F_WD_Time_Low
4
3
F_CRC_High
16
7
6
5
4
3
F_Parameter_CRC (CRC1)
F_CRC_Low
PFC6
Plug5
DiagEn02
ID5 .. ID0
F_Slot
F_ChkSeqNo
F_Chk_iPar
F_SIL
F_CRC_Len
F_Block_ID
F_Par_Ver7..6
F_Src_Addr
F_Dst_Addr
F_WD_Time
F_CRC
Italic
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
0
1
0
1
0
1
2..63
0
1
0
0..3
0
1
2
3
1
0
0
1..65534
1..65534
150..10000
any
Module is mapped in the field bus and PFC-PA
Module is exclusively mapped in the PFC-PA
Module is physically not present
Module is physically present (default)
Diagnostics locked (default)
Diagnostics released
Order number less 630 (e. g. 750-650 would be coded as (650-630) = 20)
PROFIsafe module slot
The consecutive number is not considered in the CRC2 calculation
The consecutive number is considered in the CRC2 calculation
no i-Parameter
SIL class
SIL1
SIL2
SIL3
none
2 Byte CRC because of a user data length of less than 12 Byte
F-Host/F-Slave-Communication-Connection
Valid for PROFIsafe-Profil versions 1.00 – 1.99
PROFIsafe-Address of the F-Host
PROFIsafe-Address of the F-Slave
PROFIsafe-Watchdogtime in ms
PROFIsafe-CRC
Cannot be changed
• 205
206 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5 Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
2 DI I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0010.0000'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000'
Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
2 DI I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0010.0000'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000'
Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
4 DI I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0010.0000'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0010'
Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0011'
Input data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000'
Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.4
5.5.5
8 DI I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0010.0000'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0010'
Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0011'
Input data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0100'
Input data channel 5
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0101'
Input data channel 6
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0110'
Input data channel 7
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0111'
Input data channel 8
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000'
Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
16 DI I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0010.0000'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0010'
Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0011'
Input data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0100'
Input data channel 5
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0101'
Input data channel 6
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0110'
Input data channel 7
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0111'
Input data channel 8
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0000'
Input data channel 9
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001'
Input data channel 10
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0010'
Input data channel 11
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0011'
Input data channel 12
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0100'
Input data channel 13
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0101'
Input data channel 14
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0110'
Input data channel 15
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0111'
Input data channel 16
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000'
Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
• 207
208 •
5.5.6
5.5.7
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
2 DO I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1100.0000'
Output data module
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 byte
2 DO I/O Modules with 1 or 2 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 bytes
'0000.0001'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 bytes
'0010.0000' *) Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001' *) Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000' *) Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
'1100.0000'
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 byte
*)
5.5.8
Output data module
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
4 DO I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0010'
Output data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0011'
Output data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1100.0000'
Output data module
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.9
• 209
4 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0010'
Diagnostics data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0011'
Diagnostics data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0010.0000' *) Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001' *) Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0010' *) Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0011' *) Input data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0010'
Output data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0011'
Output data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000' *) Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
'1100.0000'
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 byte
*)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Output data module
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
210 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.10 8 DO I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0010'
Output data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0011'
Output data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0100'
Output data channel 5
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0101'
Output data channel 6
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0110'
Output data channel 7
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0111'
Output data channel 8
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1100.0000'
Output data module
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 211
5.5.11 8 DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0010'
Diagnostics data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0011'
Diagnostics data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0100'
Diagnostics data channel 5
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0101'
Diagnostics data channel 6
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0110'
Diagnostics data channel 7
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0111'
Diagnostics data channel 8
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0010.0000' *) Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001' *) Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0010' *) Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0011' *) Input data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0100' *) Input data channel 5
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0101' *) Input data channel 6
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0110' *) Input data channel 7
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0111' *) Input data channel 8
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0010'
Output data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0011'
Output data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0100'
Output data channel 5
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0101'
Output data channel 6
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0110'
Output data channel 7
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0111'
Output data channel 8
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000' *) Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
'1100.0000'
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 byte
*)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Output data module
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
212 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.12 16 DO I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0010'
Output data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0011'
Output data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0100'
Output data channel 5
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0101'
Output data channel 6
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0110'
Output data channel 7
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0111'
Output data channel 8
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1000'
Output data channel 9
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1001'
Output data channel 10
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1010'
Output data channel 11
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1011'
Output data channel 12
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1100'
Output data channel 13
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1101'
Output data channel 14
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1110'
Output data channel 15
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.1111'
Output data channel 16
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1100.0000'
Output data module
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 1 byte
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Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 213
5.5.13 2 DI/DO I/O Modules with 1 Bit Diagnostics per Channel
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0010.0000'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0010' *) Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0011' *) Input data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0000'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'0100.0001'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000'
Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
'1100.0000'
Output data module
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 1 byte
*)
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
5.5.14 Supply Module with Diagnostics
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Diagnostics data
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0010.0000' *) Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'0010.0001' *) Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 bit (byte)
'1010.0000' *) Input data module
MSAC1/2_Read / 1 byte
*)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
214 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.15 2 AI I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1110' *) Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0000'
Table 1 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0001'
Table 1 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0111.1010'
Table 1 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1011'
Table 1 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0111.1101'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0111.1110' *) Output data channel 2
*)
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.16 4 AI I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1110' *) Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0000'
Table 1 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0001'
Table 1 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0111.1010'
Table 1 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1011'
Table 1 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0111.1101'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0111.1110' *) Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'1000.0000'
Table 2 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1000.0001'
Table 2 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'1011.1010'
Table 2 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1011.1011'
Table 2 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'1011.1101'
Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'1011.1110' *) Output data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'1100.0000'
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Table 3 / register 0
• 215
216 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'1100.0001'
Table 3 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'1111.1010'
Table 3 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1111.1011'
Table 3 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1111.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'1111.1101'
Input data channel 4
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'1111.1110' *) Output data channel 4
*)
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 217
5.5.17 2 AO I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101' *) Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0000'
Table 1 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0001'
Table 1 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0111.1010'
Table 1 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1011'
Table 1 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0111.1101' *) Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read
'0111.1110'
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
*)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Output data channel 2
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
218 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.18 4 AO I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101' *) Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0000'
Table 1 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0001'
Table 1 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0111.1010'
Table 1 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1011'
Table 1 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0111.1101' *) Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read
'0111.1110'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'1000.0000'
Table 2 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1000.0001'
Table 2 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'1011.1010'
Table 2 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1011.1011'
Table 2 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'1011.1101' *) Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read
'1011.1110'
Output data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
'1100.0000'
Table 3 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'1100.0001'
Table 3 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'1111.1010'
Table 3 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1111.1011'
Table 3 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'1111.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'1111.1101' *) Input data channel 3
MSAC1/2_Read
'1111.1110'
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 2 byte
*)
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
Output data channel 3
• 219
These indices are only available when the mapping of diagnostics data into the input
process image is enabled
220 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.19 Counter Module 750-404
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 6 byte
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 6 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.20 Counter Module 750-638 and PWM Module 750-511
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 3 byte
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 3 byte
'0100.0000'
Table 1 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0100.0001'
Table 1 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0111.1010'
Table 1 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1011'
Table 1 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0111.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0111.1101'
Input data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read / 3 byte
'0111.1110'
Output data channel 2
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 3 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
• 221
222 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.21 SSI Interface
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 4 byte
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 4 byte
5.5.22 Incremental Encoder Interfaces and Serial Interfaces
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 6 byte
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 6 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.23 Digital Impulse Interface
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 4 byte
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 4 byte
5.5.24 Serial Interfaces and Data Exchange Module
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 4 or 6 byte
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 4 or 6 byte
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
• 223
224 •
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
5.5.25 DALI/DSI Master
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 6 byte
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 6 byte
5.5.26 AS Interface Master
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / n byte
(n ∈ {12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48})
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / n byte
(n ∈ {12, 20, 24, 32, 40, 48})
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
Bus System
I/O Modules
Acyclic Communication According to DP/V1
• 225
5.5.27 PROFIsafe I/O Modules
Index
Meaning
Service Primitives / Data Length
'0000.0000'
Table 0 / register 0
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0000.0001'
Table 0 / register 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
...
...
...
'0011.1010'
Table 0 / register 58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1011'
Table 0 / register 0…58
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC1/2_Write / 2 byte
'0011.1100'
Diagnostics data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 2 byte
'0011.1101'
Input data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read / 5 Byte (Assignment
fieldbus)
MSAC1/2_Read / 8 Byte (Assignment PFC)
'0011.1110'
Output data channel 1
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 5 Byte (Assignment
Feldbus)
MSAC1/2_Read,
MSAC2_Write / 8 Byte (Assignment PFC)
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Foreword
6 Use in Hazardous Environments
6.1 Foreword
Today’s development shows that many chemical and petrochemical
companies have production plants, production, and process automation
machines in operation which use gas-air, vapor-air and dust-air mixtures
which can be explosive. For this reason, the electrical components used in
such plants and systems must not pose a risk of explosion resulting in injury to
persons or damage to property. This is backed by law, directives or regulations
on a national and international scale. WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 (electrical
components) is designed for use in zone 2 explosive environments. The
following basic explosion protection related terms have been defined.
6.2 Protective Measures
Primarily, explosion protection describes how to prevent the formation of an
explosive atmosphere. For instance by avoiding the use of combustible
liquids, reducing the concentration levels, ventilation measures, to name but a
few. But there are a large number of applications, which do not allow the
implementation of primary protection measures. In such cases, the secondary
explosion protection comes into play. Following is a detailed description of
such secondary measures.
6.3 Classification Meeting CENELEC and IEC
The specifications outlined here are valid for use in Europe and are based on
the following standards: EN50... of CENELEC (European Committee for
Electrotechnical Standardization). On an international scale, these are
reflected by the IEC 60079-... standards of the IEC (International
Electrotechnical Commission).
6.3.1
Divisions
Explosive environments are areas in which the atmosphere can potentially
become explosive. The term explosive means a special mixture of ignitable
substances existing in the form of air-borne gases, fumes, mist or dust under
atmospheric conditions which, when heated beyond a tolerable temperature or
subjected to an electric arc or sparks, can produce explosions. Explosive zones
have been created to describe the concentrations level of an explosive
atmosphere. This division, based on the probability of an explosion occurring,
is of great importance both for technical safety and feasibility reasons.
Knowing that the demands placed on electrical components permanently
employed in an explosive environment have to be much more stringent than
those placed on electrical components that are only rarely and, if at all, for
short periods, subject to a dangerous explosive environment.
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Explosive areas resulting from gases, fumes or mist:
• Zone 0 areas are subject to an explosive atmosphere
(> 1000 h /year) continuously or for extended periods.
• Zone 1 areas can expect the occasional occurrence of an explosive
atmosphere (> 10 h ≤ 1000 h /year).
• Zone 2 areas can expect the rare or short-term occurrence of an explosive
atmosphere (> 0 h ≤ 10 h /year).
Explosive areas subject to air-borne dust:
• Zone 20 areas are subject to an explosive atmosphere
(> 1000 h /year) continuously or for extended periods.
• Zone 21 areas can expect the occasional occurrence of an explosive
atmosphere (> 10 h ≤ 1000 h /year).
• Zone 22 areas can expect the rare or short-term occurrence of an explosive
atmosphere (> 0 h ≤ 10 h /year).
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6.3.2
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Classification Meeting CENELEC and IEC
Explosion Protection Group
In addition, the electrical components for explosive areas are subdivided into
two groups:
Group I:
Group I includes electrical components for use in fire-damp
endangered mine structures.
Group II:
Group II includes electrical components for use in all other
explosive environments. This group is further subdivided by
pertinent combustible gases in the environment.
Subdivision IIA, IIB and IIC takes into account that
different materials/substances/gases have various ignition
energy characteristic values. For this reason the three subgroups are assigned representative types of gases:
IIA – Propane
IIB – Ethylene
IIC – Hydrogen
Tab. 6-1: Minimal ignition energy of representative types of gases
Minimal Ignition Energy of Representative Types of Gases
Explosion group
I
IIA
IIB
IIC
Gases
Methane
Propane
Ethylene
Hydrogen
Ignition energy (µJ)
280
250
82
16
Hydrogen being commonly encountered in chemical plants, frequently the
explosion group IIC is requested for maximum safety.
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6.3.3
Unit Categories
Moreover, the areas of use (zones) and the conditions of use (explosion
groups) are subdivided into categories for the electrical operating means:
Tab. 6-2: Unit categories
Unit
category
Explosion
group
Area of use
M1
I
Fire-damp protection
M2
I
Fire-damp protection
1G
II
Zone 0 Explosive environment by gas, fumes or mist
2G
II
Zone 1 Explosive environment by gas, fumes or mist
3G
II
Zone 2 Explosive environment by gas, fumes or mist
1D
II
Zone 20 Explosive environment by dust
2D
II
Zone 21 Explosive environment by dust
3D
II
Zone 22 Explosive environment by dust
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Classification Meeting CENELEC and IEC
Temperature Classes
The maximum surface temperature for electrical components of explosion
protection group I is 150 °C (danger due to coal dust deposits) or 450 °C (if
there is no danger of coal dust deposit).
In line with the maximum surface temperature for all ignition protection types,
the electrical components are subdivided into temperature classes, as far as
electrical components of explosion protection group II are concerned. Here the
temperatures refer to a surrounding temperature of 40 °C for operation and
testing of the electrical components. The lowest ignition temperature of the
existing explosive atmosphere must be higher than the maximum surface
temperature.
Tab. 6-3: Temperature classes
Temperature Classes
Maximum Surface
Temperature
Ignition Temperature
of the Combustible Materials
T1
450 °C
> 450 °C
T2
300 °C
> 300 °C to 450 °C
T3
200 °C
> 200 °C to 300 °C
T4
135 °C
> 135 °C to 200 °C
T5
100 °C
>100 °C to 135 °C
T6
85°C
> 85 °C to 100 °C
The following table represents the division and attributes of the materials to
the temperature classes and material groups in percent:
Tab. 6-4: Material groups in percent
Temperature classes
T1
T2
T3
26.6 %
42.8 %
25.5 %
94.9 %
T4
T5
T6
Total*
4.9 %
0%
0.2 %
432
Explosion group
IIA
85.2 %
IIB
13.8 %
Total*
501
IIC
1.0 %
*
Number of classified materials
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Types of Ignition Protection
Ignition protection defines the special measures to be taken for electrical
components in order to prevent the ignition of surrounding explosive
atmospheres. For this reason a differentiation is made between the following
types of ignition protection:
Tab. 6-5: Types of Ignition Protection
Identification
CENELEC
standard
IEC
standard
Explanation
Application
EEx o
EN 50 015
IEC 79-6
Oil encapsulation
Zone 1 + 2
EEx p
EN 50 016
IEC 79-2
Overpressure
encapsulation
Zone 1 + 2
EEx q
EN 50 017
IEC 79-5
Sand encapsulation
Zone 1 + 2
EEx d
EN 50 018
IEC 79-1
Pressure resistant
encapsulation
Zone 1 + 2
EEx e
EN 50 019
IEC 79-7
Increased safety
Zone 1 + 2
EEx m
EN 50 028
IEC 79-18
Cast encapsulation
Zone 1 + 2
EEx i
EN 50 020 (unit)
EN 50 039 (system)
IEC 79-11
Intrinsic safety
Zone 0 + 1 + 2
EEx n
EN 50 021
IEC 79-15
Electrical components Zone 2
for zone 2 (see below)
Ignition protection “n" describes exclusively the use of explosion protected
electrical components in zone 2. This zone encompasses areas where
explosive atmospheres can only be expected to occur rarely or short-term. It
represents the transition between the area of zone 1, which requires an
explosion protection and safe area in which for instance welding is allowed at
any time.
Regulations covering these electrical components are being prepared on a
world-wide scale. The standard EN 50 021 allows electrical component
manufacturers to obtain certificates from the corresponding authorities for
instance KEMA in the Netherlands or the PTB in Germany, certifying that the
tested components meet the above mentioned standards draft.
Type “n” ignition protection additionally requires electrical components to be
marked with the following extended identification:
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A – non spark generating (function modules without relay /without
switches)
•
AC – spark generating, contacts protected by seals (function
modules with relays / without switches)
•
L – limited energy (function modules with switch)
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Classifications Meeting the NEC 500
Additional Information
For more detailed information please refer to the national and/or international
standards, directives and regulations!
6.4 Classifications Meeting the NEC 500
The following classifications according to NEC 500 (National Electric Code)
are valid for North America.
6.4.1
Divisions
The "Divisions" describe the degree of probability of whatever type of
dangerous situation occurring. Here the following assignments apply:
Explosion endangered areas due to combustible gases, fumes, mist and dust:
6.4.2
Division 1
Encompasses areas in which explosive atmospheres are to be expected
occasionally (> 10 h ≤ 1000 h /year) as well as continuously and long-term
(> 1000 h /year).
Division 2
Encompasses areas in which explosive atmospheres can be expected rarely
and short-term (>0 h ≤ 10 h /year).
Explosion Protection Groups
Electrical components for explosion endangered areas are subdivided in three
danger categories:
Class I (gases and fumes):
Group A (Acetylene)
Group B (Hydrogen)
Group C (Ethylene)
Group D (Methane)
Class II (dust):
Group E (Metal dust)
Group F (Coal dust)
Group G (Flour, starch and cereal dust)
Class III (fibers):
No sub-groups
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6.4.3
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Temperature Classes
Electrical components for explosive areas are differentiated by temperature
classes:
Temperature classes
Maximum
surface temperature
Ignition temperature
of the combustible materials
T1
450 °C
> 450 °C
T2
300 °C
> 300 °C to 450 °C
T2A
280 °C
> 280 °C to 300 °C
T2B
260 °C
> 260 °C to 280 °C
T2C
230 °C
>230 °C to 260 °C
T2D
215 °C
>215 °C to 230 °C
T3
200 °C
>200 °C to 215 °C
T3A
180 °C
>180 °C to 200 °C
T3B
165 °C
>165 °C to 180 °C
T3C
160 °C
>160 °C to 165 °C
T4
135 °C
>135 °C to 160 °C
T4A
120 °C
>120 °C to 135 °C
T5
100 °C
>100 °C to 120 °C
T6
85 °C
> 85 °C to 100 °C
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Identification
6.5 Identification
For Europe
According to CENELEC and IEC
Unit category
Explosion protection group
Community symbol for
explosion protected
electrical components
II 3 G
KEMA 01ATEX1024 X
EEx nA II T4
Temperature class
Approval body and/or number of
the examination certificate
Explosion protection group
E = conforming with European standards
Ex = explosion protected component
Extended identification
n = Type of ignition
ITEM-NO.:750-400
2DI 24V DC 3.0ms
Hansastr. 27
D-32423 Minden
0.08-2.5mm
0V
24V
24246
2101--02----03
CL I DIV 2
24V DC
Grp. A B C D
AWG 28-14
op temp code T4A
55°C max ambient
LISTED 22ZA AND 22XM
6.5.1
2
DI1
Di2
II 3 G
KEMA 01ATEX1024 X
EEx nA II T4
PATENTS PENDING
Fig. 6-1: Example for lateral labeling of bus modules
(750-400, 2 channel digital input module 24 V DC)
g01xx03e
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For America
According to NEC 500
Area of application (zone)
Explosion protection group
(condition of use category)
CL I DIV 2
Grp. ABCD
optemp code T4A
Explosion group
(gas group)
Temperature class
2DI 24V DC 3.0ms
0.08-2.5mm
0V
24V
24246
4100--02----03
CL I DIV 2
24V DC
Grp. A B C D
AWG 28-14
op temp code T4A
55°C max ambient
LISTED 22ZA AND 22XM
ITEM-NO.:750-400
Hansastr. 27
D-32423 Minden
2
DI1
Di2
II 3 G
KEMA 01ATEX1024 X
EEx nA II T4
PATENTS PENDING
Fig. 6.5.2-1: Example for lateral labeling of bus modules
(750-400, 2 channel digital input module 24 V DC)
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Installation Regulations
6.6 Installation Regulations
In the Federal Republic of Germany, various national regulations for the
installation in explosive areas must be taken into consideration. The basis
being the ElexV complemented by the installation regulation DIN VDE
0165/2.91. The following are excerpts from additional VDE regulations:
DIN VDE 0100
Installation in power plants with rated voltages up to
1000 V
DIN VDE 0101
Installation in power plants with rated voltages above
1 kV
DIN VDE 0800
Installation and operation in telecommunication plants
including information processing equipment
DIN VDE 0185
lightning protection systems
The USA and Canada have their own regulations. The following are excerpts
from these regulations:
NFPA 70
National Electrical Code Art. 500 Hazardous Locations
ANSI/ISA-RP
12.6-1987
Recommended Practice
C22.1
Canadian Electrical Code
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Danger
When using the WAGO-I/O SYSTEM 750 (electrical operation) with Ex
approval, the following points are mandatory:
The field bus independent I/O System Modules Type 750-xxx are to be
installed in enclosures that provide for the degree of ingress protection of at
least IP54.
For use in the presence of combustible dust, the above mentioned modules
are to be installed in enclosures that provide for the degree of ingress
protection of at least IP64.
The field bus independent I/O system may only be installed in hazardous
areas (Europe: Group II, Zone 2 or America: Class I, Division 2, Group A, B,
C, D) or in non-hazardous areas!
Installation, connection, addition, removal or replacement of modules, field
bus connectors or fuses may only take place when the system supply and the
field supply are switched off, or when the area is known to be non-hazardous.
Ensure that only approved modules of the electrical operating type will be
used. The Substitution or Replacement of modules can jeopardize the
suitability of the system in hazardous environments!
Operation of intrinsically safe EEx i modules with direct connection to
sensors/actuators in hazardous areas of Zone 0 + 1 and Division 1 type
requires the use of a 24 V DC Power Supply EEx i module!
DIP switches and potentiometers are only to be adjusted when the area is
known to be non-hazardous.
Additional Information
Proof of certification is available on request.
Also take note of the information given on the module technical information
sheet.
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List of Literature
7 List of Literature
Further Information
The PNO provides further documentation for its members on internet. Cable
specification information can be obtained from, for example, the "Technical
Guideline 2.111, Installation Guidelines for PROFIBUS DP/FMS".
http://www.profibus.com/
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8 Index
C
Locking Disc................................................................................. 28
Loop .............................................................................................. 59
Carrier Rail ............................................................................. 26, 29
Contacts
Data ........................................................................................ 30
Power...................................................................................... 37
Cycle Time ................................................................................... 59
M
D
Operating Mode Switch..............................................59, 72, 74, 75
Data Contacts ............................................................................... 30
P
E
PFC Cycle ..................................................................................... 59
PFC User Program........................................................................ 58
Power Contacts ....................................................................... 31, 37
not carried out......................................................................... 38
Process Data Channel
Configuration.......................................................................... 88
Process Image ............................................................................... 59
Program Processing
RUN ........................................................................................ 57
STOP....................................................................................... 57
Example Application.................................................................... 83
F
Field Bus
Failure................................................................................... 119
Field Bus Interface ................................................................. 52, 58
Field Bus Start Mode.................................................................... 58
Flags ................................................................................. 57, 58, 68
Flash Memory............................................................................... 58
G
Manufacturing Number ................................................................ 23
O
R
Galvanic Isolation ........................................................................ 53
RAM ............................................................................................. 58
RUN .............................................................................................. 59
Run-Up ......................................................................................... 58
H
S
Hardware Reset ............................................................................ 57
STOP............................................................................................. 59
I
U
I/O Modules................................................................................ 126
Data ........................................................................................ 67
Labeling........................................................................ 234, 235
IEC 61131-3 ..................................................................... 49, 70, 71
Internal Bus
Fault...................................................................................... 119
Unlocking Lug .............................................................................. 28
Update-Matrix............................................................................... 24
L
W
Light Diodes ................................................................................. 54
WAGO-I/O-PRO .............................................................. 57, 71, 73
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Variables ....................................................................................... 57
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