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Installation Manual for the Compact PROFIBUS DP Repeater B1 (English)
Order code: 101-00201A
Installation Manual (English)
Compact Repeater B1
Transparent PROFIBUS DP single channel repeater
Single channel PROFIBUS repeater
Transparent
Max. 12 Mbps
Auto baudrate detection
Redundant power supply
Digital glitch filtering
No limit in cascading
On-board switchable termination
Diagnostic LEDs
DB9 connector for measurements
IP 20 with DIN-rail mounting
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Installation Manual for the Compact PROFIBUS DP Repeater B1 (English)
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Introduction
The compact PROFIBUS DP Repeater B1 offers an economic alternative and tackles the technological
limitations of the existing repeaters. This first-class network component fulfils the electrical, mechanical and
diagnostic requirements of the demanding modern industry.
The advanced 12 Mbps core of the B1 is identical as the ProfiHub; it can be cascaded unlimitedly and is equipped
with the latest isolated RS 485 interface. The data is constantly monitored for glitches which are digitally filtered out.
Every channel has on-board switchable termination and can drive 31 devices.
The removable screw terminals of the PROFIBUS interface are pinned-out in a way that reversal mounting does not
impact existing wiring. A DB9 connector is provided for ProfiTrace or other maintenance/engineering tools.
The power supply is redundant which makes it suitable for applications in which high availability is required and
consumes relatively low power which helps the environment.
Installation instructions
Location
The B1 can be installed everywhere in a non-hazardous area that complies with IP 20 (DIN 40 050) and the specified
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temperature range of -20 to +60 Celsius.
Position
The B1 can be installed in every position, but it is recommended to install it with Channel 2 pointing down. In this
position it is easier to read the status display and to perform measurements on the DB9 connector.
Mounting and dismounting
The B1 has to be mounted on a 35 mm DIN-rail with a minimum width of 60 mm. Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 illustrate how to
mount and dismount the B1 on and from the DIN-rail.
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Fig. 1 Mounting; pull-down and push
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Fig. 2 Dismounting; Push-up and pull
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Power supply
Parameters
The power supply has to comply with the following specifications:
Voltage: 19 to 28 Vdc
Current: Min. 65 mA
Redundancy
Both power connectors are linked 1-on-1 to the internal power supply of the B1. If 1 power supply would fail, the other
takes over without delay time. When redundancy is not required, it is sufficient to use 1 power connector. When the
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B1 is flipped 180 , the connectors can be used without alteration. Fig. 3 illustrates the location of the power supply
connectors.
Wiring
De leads of both power connectors have to be wired as follows:
“+” = Positive Voltage
“-“ = 0 V
SH = Earth
Channel 1
PROFIBUS
IN 1
OUT 1
Power 1
Termination 1
Connectors
Each channel has 2 connectors (IN and
OUT). They are both linked 1-on-1 when the
termination if OFF.
When a channel of the repeater is NOT the
last device on the segment, it doesn’t matter
which connector is utilized.
When the termination is ON the OUT
connector is NOT connected.
Channel 2
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Power 2
Piggy back
connector f or
Channel 2
Termination 2
IN 2
OUT 2
When the B1 is flipped 180 , the wired
connectors can be used without alteration.
Pin layout
Pin “A1/2”: Green wire
Pin “B1/2”: Red wire
Pin “SH”: Cable shielding
Termination
Each channel has its own termination which
can be switched ON/OFF.
Piggy back connector
The piggy back connector is 1-on-1 with
channel 2.
Fig. 3 Structure of the B1
Diagnostic LEDs
OFF
Blinking
ON
POWER
. Power is OFF or an
internal failure.
/ Power supply not stable or
an internal failure.
- Power supply OK.
RX
. No communication
- 1 or more devices
detected (this Channel).
communicating (this Channel).
- 1 or more devices
communicating (this Channel).
- No problem has been
detected.
/ Communication problem
ERR
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(this Channel).
/ Communication problem
(this Channel).
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Technical Data Compact PROFIBUS DP Repeater B1
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions L x W x H (mm)
Weight
106 x 55 x 33 mm (without plugs)
106 x 55 x 55 mm (with plugs)
Approximately 125 g
Ambient conditions
Operating temperature
Isolation class
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-20 to +60 Celsius
IP 20 (DIN 40 050)
Protocol specifications
Supported Protocols
DP-V0, DP- V1, DP-V2, FDL, MPI, FMS, PROFIsafe, PROFIdrive
and any other FDL based protocol.
Transmission speed
Transmission speed detection
Transmission speed detection time
9,6 kbps to 12 Mbps (including 45,45 kbps)
Auto detect
< 10 s
Data delay time
1,5 TBit at 9,6 kbps to 3 Mbps
2,5 TBit at 6 Mbps
3,5 TBit at 12 Mbps
Delay time jitter
Max. ¼ bit time
PROFIBUS cable specifications
Cable lengths
1200 m at 9,6 kbps to 93,75 kbps
1000 m at 187,5 kbps
400 m at 500 kbps
200 m at 1,5 Mbps
100 m at 3 Mbps to 12 Mbps
Wire diameter
Wire type
< 2,5 mm
Stranded or Solid core
Number of devices
Max. 31 per channel (including ProfiHubs, OLMs, PCs, etc.)
Termination
Integrated and switchable.
Powered according to IEC 61158 (390/220/390 Ohms)
Cascading depth
No limits
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Power supply specifications
Nominal supply voltage
Current consumption
Power dissipation
19 to 28 Vdc
65 mA at 24 Vdc
Max. 2 W
Redundancy
Power LED
Reverse polarity protection
Yes (Power 1 OR Power 2)
Power 1 OR Power 2
Yes
Wire diameter
< 2,5 mm
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