VLT® HVAC BACnet/IP MCA 125

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Programming Guide
VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125
VLT® HVAC Drive FC 102
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Contents
Programming Guide
Contents
1 Introduction
2
1.1 Purpose of the Manual
2
1.2 Additional Resources
2
1.3 Document and Software Version
2
1.4 Product Overview
2
1.5 Approvals and Certifications
2
1.6 Symbols, Abbreviations, and Conventions
3
2 Safety
4
2.1 Safety Symbols
4
2.2 Qualified Personnel
4
2.3 Safety Precautions
4
3 Configuration
6
3.1 IP Settings
6
3.2 Ethernet Link Parameters
6
3.3 IP Traffic
7
3.4 BACnet Settings
7
3.5 Network Monitoring
8
4 BACnet Objects
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5 Parameters
16
5.1 Parameter Group 8-**
16
5.2 Parameter Group 12-**
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5.3 Parameter List
29
5.4 Data Types
32
6 Foreign Device
33
7 Troubleshooting
34
7.1 Step-by-step Troubleshooting
7.1.1 LED Status
34
7.1.2 No Communication with the Frequency Converter
35
8 Appendix
36
8.1 BIBBs
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Index
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Introduction
VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125
1 Introduction
1.3 Document and Software Version
1.1 Purpose of the Manual
The VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 Programming Guide provides
information about configuring the system, controlling the
frequency converter, parameter access, programming, and
troubleshooting.
The programming guide is intended for use by qualified
personnel familiar with the VLT® frequency converter, with
BACnet/IP technology, and with the PC or PLC used as a
master in the system.
Read the instructions before programming and follow the
procedures in this manual.
Software version
Edition
Remarks
Frequency
converter
BACnet/IP
MCA 125
MG92L1xx
First edition
4.4x
1.02
Table 1.1 Document and Software Version
1.4 Product Overview
1.4.1 Intended Use
This programming guide relates to BACnet/IP interface.
Ordering numbers:
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VLT® is a registered trademark.
BACnet™ is a registered trademark of the American
Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning
Engineers (ASHRAE).
1.2 Additional Resources
Resources available for the frequency converters and
optional equipment:
• The relevant frequency converter operating guide
provides the necessary information for getting
the frequency converter up and running.
•
The relevant frequency converter design guide
provides detailed information about capabilities
and functionality to design motor control
systems.
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The relevant frequency converter programming
guide provides greater detail on working with
parameters and many application examples.
•
The VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 Installation Guide
provides information about installing the
BACnet/IP and about troubleshooting.
•
The VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 Programming Guide
provides information about configuring the
system, controlling the frequency converter,
parameter access, programming, troubleshooting,
and some typical application examples.
134B1586 (conformal coated)
The BACnet/IP interface is designed to communicate with
any system complying with the BACnet/IP standard.
BACnet/IP provides users with the network tools to deploy
standard Ethernet technology for building automation
applications while enabling internet and enterprise connectivity.
VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 is intended for use with:
• VLT® HVAC Drive FC 102.
1.5 Approvals and Certifications
More approvals and certifications are available. For more
information, contact a local Danfoss partner.
Supplementary publications and manuals are available
from Danfoss. See drives.danfoss.com/knowledge-center/
technical-documentation/ for listings.
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1.6 Symbols, Abbreviations, and
Conventions
Abbreviation
Definition
AI
Analog input
AO
Analog output
AV
Analog value
B-AAC
BACnet advanced application controller
B-ASC
BACnet application-specific controller
BI
Binary input
BMS
Building management system
BO
Binary output
BV
Binary value
CC
Control card
CO
Exception calendar
COS
Change of state
COV
Change of value
Italicized text indicates:
• Cross-reference.
Character string value
CTW
Control word
DHCP
Dynamic host configuration protocol
EE
Event enrollment
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
FC
Frequency converter
I/O
Input/output
IP
Internet protocol
Local area network
LCP
Local control panel
LED
Light emitting diode
Lsb
Least significant bit
MAV
Main actual value (actual output)
MRV
Main reference value
Msb
Most significant bit
MSV
Multi-state value
N/A
Not applicable
NC
Notification class
PC
Personal computer
PLC
Programmable logic controller
PNU
Parameter number
REF
Reference (= MRV)
RSTP
Rapid spanning tree protocol
RTC
Real-time clock
SO
Schedule object
STP
Spanning tree protocol
STW
Status word
TL
Trend log
UTC
Universal time coordinated
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Link.
Parameter name.
Parameter group name.
Parameter option.
All dimensions in drawings are in mm (in).
CSV
LAN
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Conventions
Numbered lists indicate procedures.
Bullet lists indicate other information and description of
illustrations.
Table 1.2 Symbols and Abbreviations
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Safety
2 Safety
WARNING
2.1 Safety Symbols
The following symbols are used in this guide:
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that could
result in minor or moderate injury. It can also be used to
alert against unsafe practices.
UNINTENDED START
When the frequency converter is connected to AC mains,
DC supply, or load sharing, the motor can start at any
time. Unintended start during programming, service, or
repair work can result in death, serious injury, or
property damage. The motor can start with an external
switch, a fieldbus command, an input reference signal
from the LCP or LOP, via remote operation using MCT 10
Set-up Software, or after a cleared fault condition.
To prevent unintended motor start:
• Press [Off/Reset] on the LCP before
programming parameters.
NOTICE
•
Indicates important information, including situations that
can result in damage to equipment or property.
Disconnect the frequency converter from the
mains.
•
Completely wire and assemble the frequency
converter, motor, and any driven equipment
before connecting the frequency converter to
AC mains, DC supply, or load sharing.
2.2 Qualified Personnel
Correct and reliable transport, storage, installation,
operation, and maintenance are required for the troublefree and safe operation of the frequency converter. Only
qualified personnel are allowed to install and operate this
equipment.
Qualified personnel are defined as trained staff, who are
authorized to install, commission, and maintain equipment,
systems, and circuits in accordance with pertinent laws and
regulations. Also, the qualified personnel must be familiar
with the instructions and safety measures described in this
manual.
2.3 Safety Precautions
WARNING
DISCHARGE TIME
The frequency converter contains DC-link capacitors,
which can remain charged even when the frequency
converter is not powered. High voltage can be present
even when the warning LED indicator lights are off.
Failure to wait the specified time after power has been
removed before performing service or repair work can
result in death or serious injury.
•
•
Stop the motor.
•
•
Disconnect or lock PM motor.
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE
Frequency converters contain high voltage when
connected to AC mains input, DC supply, or load sharing.
Failure to perform installation, start-up, and maintenance
by qualified personnel can result in death or serious
injury.
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Only qualified personnel must perform installation, start-up, and maintenance.
•
Disconnect AC mains and remote DC-link
supplies, including battery back-ups, UPS, and
DC-link connections to other frequency
converters.
Wait for the capacitors to discharge fully. The
minimum waiting time is specified in the
chapter Safety in the operating guide supplied
with the frequency converter.
Before performing any service or repair work,
use an appropriate voltage measuring device to
make sure that the capacitors are fully
discharged.
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WARNING
LEAKAGE CURRENT HAZARD
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Leakage currents exceed 3.5 mA. Failure to ground the
frequency converter properly can result in death or
serious injury.
•
Ensure the correct grounding of the equipment
by a certified electrical installer.
WARNING
EQUIPMENT HAZARD
Contact with rotating shafts and electrical equipment
can result in death or serious injury.
•
Ensure that only trained and qualified personnel
perform installation, start-up, and maintenance.
•
Ensure that electrical work conforms to national
and local electrical codes.
•
Follow the procedures in this guide.
CAUTION
INTERNAL FAILURE HAZARD
An internal failure in the frequency converter can result
in serious injury when the frequency converter is not
properly closed.
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Ensure that all safety covers are in place and
securely fastened before applying power.
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Configuration
3 Configuration
3.1 IP Settings
Assigned IP address
All IP-related parameters are located in parameter group
12-0* IP Settings:
• Parameter 12-00 IP Address Assignment.
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Parameter 12-01 IP Address.
Parameter 12-02 Subnet Mask.
Parameter 12-03 Default Gateway.
When assigning the IP address by DHCP/BOOTP server or
hardware switches, the assigned IP address and subnet
mask can be readout in parameter 12-01 IP Address and
parameter 12-02 Subnet Mask. In parameter 12-04 DHCP
Server, the IP address of the found DHCP or BOOTP server
is shown. For DHCP only: The remaining lease-time can be
readout in parameter 12-05 Lease Expires.
Parameter 12-07 Domain Name.
Parameter 12-09 Physical Address reads out the MAC
address of the option, which is also printed on the label of
the option. If fixed leases are used together with DHCP or
BOOTP, the physical MAC address is linked with a fixed IP
address.
Parameter 12-08 Host Name.
NOTICE
Parameter 12-04 DHCP Server.
Parameter 12-05 Lease Expires.
Parameter 12-06 Name Servers.
The VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 offers several ways of IP
address assignment.
If no DHCP or BOOTP reply has been received after 4
attempts (for example, if the DHCP/BOOTP server has
been powered off), the option returns to the last good
known IP address.
Setting up the frequency converter with a manually
assigned IP address:
Parameter 12-03 Default Gateway is optional and only used
in routed networks.
Parameter 12-09 Physical Address.
Parameter
Value
Parameter 12-00 IP Address
Assignment
[0] MANUAL
Parameter 12-01 IP Address
192.168.0.xxx1)
Parameter 12-02 Subnet Mask
255.255.255.01)
Parameter 12-03 Default
Gateway
Optional
Table 3.1 Set up Parameters for a Manually
Assigned IP address
1) Class C IP address example. Any valid IP address can be entered.
NOTICE
A power cycle is necessary after setting the IP
parameters manually.
Setting up the frequency converter with automatically
(BOOTP/DHCP) assigned IP address or via the hardware
switches:
Parameter
Value
Optional parameters used with domain name server
systems:
• Parameter 12-06 Name Servers.
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•
Parameter 12-07 Domain Name.
Parameter 12-08 Host Name.
If DHCP or BOOTP is selected as IP address assignment,
these parameters are read-only.
3.2 Ethernet Link Parameters
Parameter group 12-1* Ethernet Link Parameters contains
ethernet link information:
• Parameter 12-10 Link Status.
• Parameter 12-11 Link Duration.
• Parameter 12-12 Auto Negotiation.
• Parameter 12-13 Link Speed.
• Parameter 12-14 Link Duplex.
NOTICE
Parameter 12-00 IP Address [1] DHCP
Assignment
[2] BOOTP
The Ethernet link parameters are unique per port.
Parameter 12-01 IP Address Read only
Parameter 12-10 Link Status and parameter 12-11 Link
Duration show information on the link status per port.
Parameter 12-10 Link Status shows [0] No Link or [1] Link
according to the status of the present port.
Parameter 12-02 Subnet
Mask
Read only
Parameter 12-03 Default
Gateway
Read only
Table 3.2 Set up Parameters for Automatically
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Parameter 12-11 Link Duration shows the duration of the
link on the present port. If the link is broken, the counter
resets.
Parameter 12-12 Auto Negotiation is a feature that enables 2
connected Ethernet devices to select a common
transmission parameter, such as speed and duplex mode.
In this process, the connected devices first share their
capabilities for these parameters and then select the
fastest transmission mode that they both support. By
default, this function is enabled. Incapability between the
connected devices may lead to decreased communication
performance. To prevent decreased performance, disable
auto negotiation.
If parameter 12-12 Auto Negotiation is set to [0] Off, link
speed and duplex mode can be configured manually in
parameter 12-13 Link Speed and parameter 12-14 Link
Duplex.
Parameter 12-13 Link Speed shows/sets the link speed per
port. If no link is present, none is shown.
Parameter 12-14 Link Duplex shows/sets the duplex mode
per port:
• Half duplex provides communication in both
directions, but only in 1 direction at a time (not
simultaneously).
•
Full-duplex allows communication in both
directions, and unlike half duplex, allows for
communication in both directions to happen
simultaneously.
3.4 BACnet Settings
All BACnet-related parameters are located in parameter
group 8-7* IP Settings and parameter group 12-7* BACnet.
Relevant parameters for parameter group 8-7* IP
Settings:
• Parameter 8-70 BACnet Device Instance.
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Parameter 8-74 "I-Am" Service.
Parameter 8-75 Initialisation Password.
The VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 share these parameters with
the built-in BACnet MS/TP interface. This means, that if the
BACnet MS/TP and the MCA 125 BACnet/IP interface is
connected at the same time, the settings affect both
interfaces. It is not possible to assign a unique device
instance to each interface. Therefore, the frequency
converter should only be connected to 1 network at a time
for proper function of the BACnet.
Parameter 8-70 BACnet Device Instance sets the device
instance of the frequency converter. Each device
connected to the BACnet network must have a unique
device instance. If 2 devices have the same device
instance, the BACnet network goes into failure mode.
When the DIP switches on the MCA 125 are set to on or
off, the option uses the value set in parameter 8-70 BACnet
Device Instance. In all other cases, the option uses the
values set by the DIP as Device instance. If BACnet MS/TP
is enabled on the RS485 port of the control card, the
BACnet MS/TP protocol uses parameter 8-70 BACnet Device
Instance. By doing so, the frequency converter can have 2
device instances.
3.3 IP Traffic
The use of ethernet-based network for industrial
automation purposes calls for careful and thorough
network design. Especially the use of active network
components like switches and routers requires detailed
know-how about the behavior of IP traffic.
Redundancy
Several redundancy protocols exist today, where spanning
tree protocol (STP) and rapid spanning tree protocol (RSTP)
is frequently used in HVAC systems. The VLT® BACnet/IP
MCA 125 can be installed in a network that uses STP or
RSTP. The STP or RSTP is a feature that must be provided
by the switch installed in front of the MCA 125. The MCA
125 does not play an active role in spanning tree, but it
reacts on possible commands from the switch in front of
the MCA 125.
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Parameter 8-74 "I-Am" Service sets the time interval for
sending the “I-Am” telegram to the BACnet network. Select
whether the device should send the “I-Am” service
message only at power-up, or continuously with an interval
of approximately 1 minute.
In parameter 8-75 Initialisation Password, enter the
password needed for execution of drive reinitialization
from BACnet. The default password is “admin”.
Relevant parameters for parameter group 12-7* BACnet:
• Parameter 12-70 BACnet Status.
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Parameter 12-71 BACnet Datalink.
Parameter 12-72 BACnet UDP Port.
Parameter 12-75 BBMD IP Address.
Parameter 12-76 BBMD Port.
Parameter 12-77 BBMD Reg. Interval.
Parameter 12-78 Device ID Conflict Detection.
Parameter 12-79 Message Counter.
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Parameter group 12-7* BACnet is only available if the
frequency converter has a BACnet/IP interface installed.
Setting up this parameter group is only possible in the
MCA 125 BACnet/IP interface. If the BACnet/IP has to run
via IP network (UDP), this parameter group has a default
setting which allows it to be omitted in most cases.
Parameter 12-70 BACnet Status shows the status of the MCA
125 BACnet/IP interface. For detailed information, see
chapter 5 Parameters.
Parameter 12-71 BACnet Datalink selects if the BACnet/IP
interface uses the BACnet Ethernet, BACnet/IP, or all
datalink layer. If all datalinks are selected, the BACnet/IP
autodetects which BACnet layer to use.
Parameter 12-72 BACnet UDP Port sets the port number
used for the UDP connection. It is recommended to use a
port number within the ranges of 47808–47826 and
49752–65535.
Parameter 12-75 BBMD IP Address sets the IP address of the
remote BBMD management device. If set to 0.0.0.0, the
foreign device function is disabled.
Parameter 12-76 BBMD Port sets the port number in the
BBMD management device that handles the broadcast
messages.
Parameter 12-77 BBMD Reg. Interval sets the registration
interval in s, at which the frequency converter re-registers
itself in the remote BBMD managing device.
Parameter 12-78 Device ID Conflict Detection specifies the
time interval in minutes, where the MCA 125 sends a “Who
has” with its own device instance. This detects if a device
has been programmed to use the same device instance
(faulty configuration). Warning 34 Fieldbus fault is issued
until next detection.
Parameter 12-79 Message Counter contains an array of 5
counters. They can be used to verify that the BMS
controller sends data to the frequency converter.
For information about the BACnet broadcast management
device (BBMD), see chapter 6 Foreign Device.
3.5 Network Monitoring
In control systems, it is of highest priority that the
controller and network works correct. The VLT® BACnet/IP
MCA 125 is designed to monitor the system for the availability of the controller and the network.
Typical faults detected by the MCA 125:
• Power loss (controller or network components).
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Cable faults (broken cable).
Malfunction of network components (partly).
Controller program stopped execution.
For indication of fieldbus faults detected by the fieldbus
option directly, the option can activate warning 34 Fieldbus
fault (W34). Warning 34 Fieldbus fault is suppressed for 60 s
after power-up, to allow the controller to establish
connection to the MCA 125.
For monitoring the communication to the controller, the
drive has a timer which can be set to a value from 0.5–
18.000 s (5 hours). The timer starts the countdown when it
receives a valid write command to 1 of the objects listed in
Table 3.3:
Object type
Short name
Object number
Analog output
AO
All
Analog value
AV
1, 2, 31, 36, 41
Binary value
BV
1, 2, 25, 26, 27
Multistage value
MS
1
Table 3.3 Objects to Trigger Countdown
The controller must retrigger the timer within the time set
in parameter 8-03 Control Timeout Time. If the controller
fails to retrigger the timer within the timeframe, the
frequency converter issues alarm 17 Ctrl.word TO, and
executes 1 or more of the following commands:
•
Sets the motor into a well-defined state
(parameter 8-04 Control Timeout Function for
example: [5] Stop and trip).
•
Sets digital outputs to a well-defined state (for
example: On, Off, no change).
•
Sets analog outputs to a well-defined state (for
example: 0–100% no change).
By this, the frequency converter reacts in a known way,
when communication faults occur. When communication is
re-established, the parameter 8-05 End-of-Timeout Function
defines how the drive acts, when communication is
restored.
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The parameters for monitoring communication are listed in
Table 3.4:
ID
Name
Factory setup
Note
8-03 Control
Timeout Time
60.0 s
Application dependent
8-04 Control
Timeout
Function
Off
Application dependent
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8-05 End-of-Timeout Resume setFunction
up
If set up change in
parameter 8-04 Control
Timeout Function
8-06 Reset Control
Timeout
Do not reset
No BACnet access
5-30 Terminal 27, D
Output
No operation Application dependent
5-31 Terminal 29, D
Output
No operation Application dependent
5-40 Function
Relay1 & 2
Alarm;
Running
6-51 Terminal 42
Output
No operation Application dependent
Application dependent
Table 3.4 Parameters for Monitoring Communication
For I/O options, see the relevant parameters for the option.
130BF741.10
The monitoring feature works from the simple state machine, as shown in Illustration 3.1:
Alarm 17 handling
activated in P 8-04
(CTW time out)
Controller
writes to objects
N
Y = Yes
Y
N = No
Alarm17 armed
Timer value=P8-03
Y
Timer = 0
Activate setting in P8-04,
outputs set to configured action.
Display A17
N
Decrease timer
Receive
write command to
objects
N
Y
N
Receive
write command
to objects
Execute command in P 8-05
Remove A17
Y
Illustration 3.1 Simple State Machine
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Parameter 8-03 Control Timeout Time defines the maximum
timeframe between writing to the present value of 1 of the
objects that keep the alarm 17 Ctrl.word TO suppressed.
The value set in parameter 8-03 Control Timeout Time
should not exceed the timeframe which the application
can tolerate without failing or leading to faults. It has been
proven that sending 3 write commands within the time set
in parameter 8-03 Control Timeout Time gives a stable
system. In noisy environments, the numbers can be set
higher, but improving the installation should be done first.
Example:
The cooling tower can accept loss of communication for
up to 3 minutes. Parameter 8-03 Control Timeout Time is
therefore set to 180 s. The controller is programmed to
send a write command every 60 s and allows 2 commands
to be lost before issuing alarm 17 Ctrl.word TO. When the
fault occurs, the frequency converter is set to [4] Max.
speed in parameter 8-04 Control Timeout Function. This
setting generates maximum cooling, which is the best
action for the application. The default value of
parameter 8-05 End-of-Timeout Function is [1] Resume set-up,
since no set-up change is selected in
parameter 8-04 Control Timeout Function.
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4 BACnet Objects
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The following objects are supported by VLT® BACnet/IP
MCA 125:
• Device
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ID
Binary input
Binary output
Binary value
Analog input
Analog output
Analog value
Loop
Notification class
Calendar
Schedule
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Trend log
Event enrollment
CharacterString value
Exception calendar
Multistate value
Object name
Unit
R/W
COV
Commandable
Parameter
Available from
Changeable
unit
AI: 0
Analog input 53
%
R
Yes
Yes
1662
Control card
No
AI: 1
Analog input 54
%
R
Yes
Yes
1664
Control card
No
AI: 2
Analog in X30/11
%
R
No
Yes
1675
MCB 101
No
AI: 3
Analog in X30/12
%
R
No
Yes
1676
MCB 101
No
AI: 4
Analog in X42/1
V1)
R
No
Yes
1830
MCB 109
No
AI: 5
Analog in X42/3
V1)
R
No
Yes
1831
MCB 109
No
AI: 6
Analog in X42/5
V1)
R
No
Yes
1832
MCB 109
No
AI: 7
Analog input X48/2
%
R
No
Yes
1836
MCB 114
No
AI: 8
Analog input X48/4
°C
R
No
Yes
1837
MCB 114
Yes
AI: 9
Analog input X48/7
°C
R
No
Yes
1838
MCB 114
Yes
AI: 10
Analog input X48/10
°C
R
No
Yes
1839
MCB 114
Yes
Table 4.1 AI Objects
1) This unit is defined in parameter 26-00 Terminal X42/1 Mode, parameter 26-01 Terminal X42/3 Mode, and parameter 26-02 Terminal X42/5
Mode. The unit cannot be changed from the BACnet.
Unit
R/W
COV
Commandable
Parameter
Available from
Changeable
unit
Terminal 42 output bus control
%
R/W
No
Yes
653
Control card
No
AO: 1
Pulse out #27 bus control
%
R/W
No
Yes
593
Control card
No
AO: 2
Pulse out #29 bus control
%
R/W
No
Yes
595
Control card
No
AO: 3
Terminal X30/8 output bus control
%
R/W
No
Yes
663
MCB 101
No
AO: 4
Analog output X42/7
V
R/W
No
Yes
2643
MCB 109
Yes
AO: 5
Analog output X42/9
V
R/W
No
Yes
2653
MCB 109
Yes
AO: 6
Analog output X42/11
V
R/W
No
Yes
2663
MCB 109
Yes
ID
Object name
AO: 0
Table 4.2 AO Objects
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BACnet Objects
ID
Object name
Unit
R/W
COV
Commandable
Parameter
Available from
Changeable unit
AV: 0
Speed act value
%
R
Yes
No
1682
Control card
No
AV: 1
Input reference 1
%
R/W
No
Yes
1682
Control card
No
AV: 2
Input reference 2
%
R/W
No
Yes
1682
Control card
No
AV: 3
Output speed
%
R
No
No
MAV
Control card
Yes
AV: 4
PID feedback
%
R
No
No
MAV
Control card
No
AV: 5
Motor current
Amps
R
Yes
No
1614
Control card
Yes
AV: 6
Power
kW
R
Yes
No
1610
Control card
Yes
AV: 15
Motor thermal
%
R
Yes
No
1618
Control card
No
AV: 21
Operating hours
Hours
R
No
No
1500
Control card
No
AV: 22
Running hours
Hours
R
No
No
1501
Control card
No
AV: 23
kWh counter
kWh
R
No
No
1502
Control card
Yes
AV: 24
Motor voltage
V
R
No
No
1612
Control card
Yes
AV: 25
Frequency
Hz
R
Yes
No
1613
Control card
No
AV: 26
Torque
%
R
Yes
No
1622
Control card
No
AV: 27
DC-link voltage
V
R
No
No
1630
Control card
Yes
AV: 28
Heat sink temp.
°Deg
R
No
No
1634
Control card
Yes
AV: 29
Inverter thermal
%
R
No
No
1635
Control card
No
AV: 30
Setpoint 1
%
R/W
No
No
2021
Control card
No
AV: 31
Bus feedback 1
%
R/W
No
No
894
Control card
No
AV: 35
Setpoint 2
%
R/W
No
No
2022
Control card
No
AV: 36
Bus feedback 2
%
R/W
No
No
895
Control card
No
AV: 40
Setpoint 3
%
R/W
No
No
2023
Control card
No
AV: 41
Bus Feedback 3
%
R/W
No
No
896
Control card
No
AV: 50
Alarm log: Error code
None
R
No
No
1530
Control card
No
AV: 51
Fault code
None
R
No
No
1)
Control card
No
AV: 52
PID start speed
Hz
R/W
No
No
2083
Control card
No
AV: 53
On reference bandwidth
%
R/W
No
No
2084
Control card
No
AV: 54
PID proportional gain
None
R/W
No
No
2093
Control card
No
AV: 55
PID integral time
Seconds
R/W
No
No
2094
Control card
No
AV: 56
PID differentiation time
Seconds
R/W
No
No
2095
Control card
No
AV: 57
PID differentiation gain limit
None
R/W
No
No
2096
Control card
No
AV: 58
Sensorless readout
None
R
Yes
No
1850
Control card
No
AV: 59
PID output
%
R/W
No
No
1658
Control card
No
AV: 60
PID setpoint
%
R/W
No
No
1659
Control card
No
AV: 61
Alarm word
None
R
No
No
1690
Control card
No
AV: 62
Alarm word 2
None
R
No
No
1691
Control card
No
AV: 63
Warning word
None
R
No
No
1692
Control card
No
AV: 64
Warning word 2
None
R
No
No
1693
Control card
No
AV: 70
Feedback [unit]
%
R
Yes
No
1652
Control card
No
Table 4.3 AV Objects
1) List of 0–228 faults from ASHRAE.
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ID
Object name
Unit
R/W
Commandable
Parameter
Available from
BI: 0
Digital input term 33
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 0
Control card
BI: 1
Digital input term 32
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 1
Control card
BI: 2
Digital input term 29
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 2
Control card
BI: 3
Digital input term 27
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 3
Control card
BI: 4
Digital input term 19
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 4
Control card
BI: 5
Digital input term 18
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 5
Control card
BI: 6
Digital input term 37
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 6
Control card
BI: 7
Digital input GPIO term X30/2
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 7
MCB 101
BI: 8
Digital input GPIO term X30/3
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 8
MCB 101
BI: 9
Digital input GPIO term X30/4
On/Off
R
Yes
1660, Bit 9
MCB 101
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Table 4.4 BI Objects
ID
Object name
Unit
R/W
Commandable
Parameter
Available from
BO: 0
Digital output term 27
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 0
Control card
BO: 1
Digital output term 29
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 1
Control card
BO: 2
GPIO output term X30/6
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 2
MCB 101
BO: 3
GPIO output term X30/7
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 3
MCB 101
BO: 4
Relay 1
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 4
Control card
BO: 5
Relay 2
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 5
Control card
BO: 6
Option B relay 1 output
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 6
MCB 105
BO: 7
Option B relay 2 output
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 7
MCB 105
BO: 8
Option B relay 3 output
On/Off
R/W
Yes
590, Bit 8
MCB 105
Table 4.5 BO Objects
ID
Object name
R/W
COV
Commandable
Parameter + Bit #
Available from
BV: 1
RUN/STOP command
R/W
No
Yes
CTW=047c + bit 15
Control card
Control card
BV: 2
REF 1/REF 2 select
R/W
No
Yes
MAV
BV: 3
Fault reset command
R/W
No
No
CTW Bit 7
Control card
BV: 4
RUN/STOP monitor
R
No
No
STW Bit 1
Control card
BV: 5
OK/FAULT monitor
R
No
No
STW Bit 3, 6 & 7
Control card
BV: 6
HAND/AUTO reference
R
No
No
16-95 Bit 1
Control card
BV: 21
Warning
R
No
No
STW Bit 7
Control card
BV: 22
Trip
R
No
No
STW Bit 3
Control card
BV: 23
Triplock
R
No
No
STW Bit 6
Control card
BV: 24
Coasting
R/W
No
Yes
CTW Bit 3
Control card
BV: 25
CW/CCW
R/W
No
Yes
CTW Bit 15
Control card
BV: 26
Jog
R/W
No
Yes
CTW Bit 8
Control card
BV: 27
Reset
R/W
No
Yes
CTW Bit 7
Control card
BV: 28
Reset kWh counter
R/W
No
Yes
1506
Control card
BV: 29
Reset running hours counter
R/W
No
No
1507
Control card
BV: 30
Reverse
R/W
No
No
CTW Bit 15
Control card
BV: 31
Speed = reference
R
No
No
STW Bit 8
Control card
BV: 32
Bus control
R
No
No
STW Bit 9
Control card
BV: 33
Running
R
No
No
STW Bit 11
Control card
BV: 34
Ramp 1/Ramp 2
R/W
No
Yes
CTW Bit 9
Control card
MCO 104
BV: 35
ECB test mode
R
No
No
3110 Bit 0
BV: 36
ECB drive mode
R
No
No
3110 Bit 1
MCO 104
BV: 37
ECB auto. bypass enable
R
No
No
3110 Bit 2
MCO 104
BV: 38
ECB bypass mode
R
No
No
3110 Bit 3
MCO 104
Table 4.6 BV Objects
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ID
Object name
MSV: 0
Smart logic controller state
R/W
Commandable
Parameter + Bit #
R
No
1638
MSV: 1
MSV: 3
Available from
Control card
Active set-up
R/W
Yes
CTW Bit 13 & 14
Control card
Configuration mode
R/W
No
100
Control card
Table 4.7 Multistate
ID
Object name
R/W
Parameter
Available from
NC: 0
Warning notifier
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
NC: 1
Trip notifier
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
NC: 3
Triplock notifier
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
NC: 100
NC 100
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
NC: 200
NC 200
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
NC: 300
NC 300
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
NC: 400
NC 400
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
Table 4.8 Notification Class
ID
Object name
R/W
Available from
TL: 0
Trend log 0
R/W
MCA 125
TL: 1
Trend log 1
R/W
MCA 125
TL: 2
Trend log 2
R/W
MCA 125
TL: 3
Trend log 3
R/W
MCA 125
MCA 125
TL: 4
Trend log 4
R/W
TL: 5
Trend log 5
R/W
MCA 125
TL: 6
Trend log 6
R/W
MCA 125
Table 4.9 Trend Log
ID
Object name
R/W
Parameter
Available from
Loop: 0
Drive close loop
R/W
2093, 2094, 2095
MCA 125
Table 4.10 Loop Object1)
1) Object is linked to objects: AV:54, AV:55, and AV:56
ID
Object name
R/W
Parameter
EE: 0
Event enrollment 0
R/W
None, MCA 125
Available from
MCA 125
EE: 1
Event enrollment 1
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 2
Event enrollment 2
R/W
None, MCA 125
EE: 3
Event enrollment 3
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 4
Event enrollment 4
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 5
Event enrollment 5
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 6
Event enrollment 6
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 7
Event enrollment 7
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 8
Event enrollment 8
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 9
Event enrollment 9
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 10
Event enrollment 10
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 11
Event enrollment 11
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 12
Event enrollment 12
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
EE: 13
Event enrollment 13
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
Table 4.11 Event Enrollment
ID
Object name
R/W
Parameter
Available from
CSV: 1
Pump status
R
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
Table 4.12 CharacterString Value
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ID
Object name
R/W
Parameter
SO: 0
Drive schedule 0
R/W
None, MCA 125
Available from
MCA 125
SO: 1
Drive schedule 1
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
SO: 2
Drive schedule 2
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
SO: 3
Drive schedule 3
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
SO: 4
Drive schedule 4
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
SO: 5
Drive schedule 5
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
Table 4.13 Schedule Object
ID
Object name
R/W
Parameter
4 4
Available from
CO: 0
Exception calendar
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
CO: 1
Exception calendar
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
CO: 2
Exception calendar
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
CO: 3
Exception calendar
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
CO: 4
Exception calendar
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
CO: 5
Exception calendar
R/W
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
Table 4.14 Exception Calendar
ID
Object name
EO: 0
Event log
R/W
Parameter
Available from
R
None, MCA 125
MCA 125
Table 4.15 Event Log
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Parameters
5 Parameters
5.1 Parameter Group 8-**
8-03 Control Timeout Time
Range:
5.1.1 8-0* General Settings
Function:
value that can be set depends on the actual
frequency converter used.
8-01 Control Site
The object list holds information on the
objects that triggers the control timeout:
• Analog outputs
The setting in this parameter overrides the settings in
parameter 8-50 Coasting Select to parameter 8-56 Preset Reference
Select.
Option:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Function:
[0]
Digital and ctrl.word
Use both digital input and
control word.
[1]
Digital only
Use digital inputs only.
[2]
Controlword only
Use control word only.
8-02 Control Source
Select the source of the control word: 1 of 2 serial interfaces, or
4 installed options. During initial power-up, the frequency
converter automatically sets this parameter to [3] Option A if it
detects a valid fieldbus option installed in slot A. If the option is
removed, the frequency converter detects a change in the
configuration, sets parameter 8-02 Control Source back to default
setting [1] FC Port, and the frequency converter trips. If an option
is installed after initial power-up, the setting of
parameter 8-02 Control Source does not change, but the
frequency converter trips and shows alarm 67, Option Changed.
Option:
Function:
NOTICE
This parameter cannot be adjusted
while the motor is running.
None
[1]
FC Port
[2]
USB Port
[3]
Option A
[4]
Option B
[5]
Option C0
[6]
Option C1
8-03 Control Timeout Time
Range:
Size
related*
16
AV2
AV4
BV1
BV2
BV3
BV4
BV5
Multistate outputs
To change the set-up after a timeout, configure as follows:
1.
Set parameter 0-10 Active Set-up to [9] Multi set-up.
Select the relevant link in parameter 0-12 This Set-up
Linked to.
Function:
[0] *
Off
Resumes control via fieldbus (fieldbus
or standard), using the most recent
control word.
[1]
Freeze output
Freezes output frequency until
communication resumes.
[2]
Stop
Stops with auto restart when
communication resumes.
[3]
Jogging
Runs the motor at jog frequency until
communication resumes.
[4]
Max. speed
Runs the motor at maximum
frequency until communication
resumes.
[5]
Stop and trip
Stops the motor, then resets the
frequency converter to restart via:
Function:
[0.5 Enter the maximum time expected to pass
18000 s] between the reception of 2 consecutive
telegrams. If this time is exceeded, it
indicates that the serial communication has
stopped. The function selected in
parameter 8-04 Control Timeout Function is
then carried out. A valid control word
triggers the timeout counter. The minimum
AV1
Select the timeout function. The timeout function is activated
when the control word fails to be updated within the time
period specified in parameter 8-03 Control Timeout Time. [20] N2
Override Release only appears after setting the Metasys N2
protocol.
Option:
[30] External Can
AV0
8-04 Control Timeout Function
2.
[0]
Binary outputs
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8-04 Control Timeout Function
8-06 Reset Control Timeout
Select the timeout function. The timeout function is activated
when the control word fails to be updated within the time
period specified in parameter 8-03 Control Timeout Time. [20] N2
Override Release only appears after setting the Metasys N2
protocol.
This parameter is active only when option [0] Hold set-up has
been selected in parameter 8-05 End-of-Timeout Function.
To change the set-up after a timeout, configure as follows:
1.
Set parameter 0-10 Active Set-up to [9] Multi set-up.
2.
Function:
•
•
•
Select the relevant link in parameter 0-12 This Set-up
Linked to.
Option:
Function:
•
•
•
[7]
Option:
[0] * Do not reset Retains the set-up specified in
parameter 8-04 Control Timeout Function:
• [7] Set-up 1.
Select setup 1
[1]
Fieldbus.
Do reset
Digital input.
[8]
Select setup 2
See [7] Select set-up 1.
[9]
Select setup 3
See [7] Select set-up 1.
[10]
Select setup 4
See [7] Select set-up 1.
[20]
N2 Override
Release
[27]
Forced stop
and trip
[9] Set-up 3.
[10] Set-up 4.
Restores the frequency converter to the
original set-up following a control word
timeout. The frequency converter performs
the reset and immediately reverts to the [0]
Do not reset setting.
[Reset].
Changes the set-up after a control
word timeout. If communication
resumes after a timeout,
parameter 8-05 End-of-Timeout
Function either resumes the set-up
used before the timeout, or retains
the set-up endorsed by the timeout
function.
[8] Set-up 2.
8-07 Diagnosis Trigger
Not all fieldbusses support the diagnosis functions.
Option:
Function:
[0] * Disable
Send no extended diagnosis data
(EDD).
[1]
Trigger on alarms
Send EDD after alarms.
[2]
Trigger alarm/warn. Send EDD after alarms or warnings.
8-08 Readout Filtering
Only if Metasys N2 is selected in
parameter 8-30 Protocol.
Use this function if the speed feedback value readouts on the
fieldbus fluctuate. Select [1] Motor Data LP-Filter if the function is
required. A power cycle is required for changes to take effect.
Option:
[0]
Motor Data
Std-Filt.
Normal fieldbus readouts.
[1]
Motor Data
LP-Filter
Filtered fieldbus readouts of the
following parameters:
8-05 End-of-Timeout Function
Select the action after receiving a valid control word following a
timeout.
Function:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
This parameter is active only when parameter 8-04 Control
Timeout Function is set to:
• [7] Set-up 1.
•
•
•
[8] Set-up 2.
[9] Set-up 3.
[10] Set-up 4.
Option:
[0]
[1] *
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Function:
Hold set-up
Resume set-up
Retains the set-up selected in
parameter 8-04 Control Timeout
Function and shows a warning until
parameter 8-06 Reset Control Timeout
toggles. Then the frequency
converter resumes its original setup.
Resumes the set-up that was active
before the timeout.
Parameter 16-10 Power [kW]
Parameter 16-11 Power [hp]
Parameter 16-12 Motor Voltage
Parameter 16-14 Motor current
Parameter 16-16 Torque [Nm]
Parameter 16-17 Speed [RPM]
Parameter 16-22 Torque [%]
8-09 Communication Charset
Select the communication character set to be supported.
Option:
Function:
[0]
ISO 8859-1
[1]
ANSI X3.4
[2]
UTF - 8
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5.1.2 8-1* Ctrl. Word Settings
8-13 Configurable Status Word STW
8-10 Control Profile
This parameter enables configuration of bits 12–15 in the status
word.
Array [16]
Select the interpretation of the control and status words
corresponding to the installed fieldbus. Only the selections valid
for the fieldbus installed in slot A are visible in the LPC display.
For guidelines in selection of [0] Frequency converter profile and
[1] PROFIdrive profile, refer to the design guide of the related
product. For more guidelines in the selection of [1] PROFIdrive
profile, [5] ODVA, and [7] CANopen DSP 402, see the installation
guide for the installed fieldbus.
[16] T37 DI status
The bit indicates the status of terminal 37.
0 indicates that T37 is low (Safe Torque
Off).
1 indicates that T37 is high (normal).
Option:
[21] Thermal
warning
The thermal warning turns on when the
temperature exceeds the limit in the motor,
frequency converter, brake resistor, or
thermistor.
[30] Brake fault
(IGBT)
Output is logic 1 when the brake IGBT is
short-circuited. Use this function to protect
the frequency converter if there is a fault
on the brake modules. Use the output/
relay to cut out the main voltage from the
frequency converter.
Function:
[0] *
FC profile
[1]
PROFIdrive profile
[5]
ODVA
Available only with VLT®
DeviceNet MCA 104 and
VLT®
EtherNet/IP MCA
Option:
121.
[7]
CANopen DSP 402
Only available with
CANopen MCA 105,
EtherCAT MCA 124, or
POWERLINK MCA 123.
This parameter enables configuration of bits 12–15 in the status
word.
Array [16]
[0]
Function:
[60] Comparator 0
See parameter group 13-1* Comparators. If
comparator 0 is evaluated as true, the
output goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[61] Comparator 1
See parameter group 13-1* Comparators. If
comparator 1 is evaluated as true, the
output goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[62] Comparator 2
See parameter group 13-1* Comparators. If
comparator 2 is evaluated as true, the
output goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[63] Comparator 3
See parameter group 13-1* Comparators. If
comparator 3 is evaluated as true, the
output goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[64] Comparator 4
See parameter group 13-1* Comparators. If
comparator 4 is evaluated as true, the
output goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[65] Comparator 5
See parameter group 13-1* Comparators. If
comparator 5 is evaluated as true, the
output goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[70] Logic Rule 0
See parameter group 13-4* Logic Rules. If
logic rule 0 is evaluated as true, the output
goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[71] Logic Rule 1
See parameter group 13-4* Logic Rules. If
logic rule 1 is evaluated as true, the output
goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
[72] Logic Rule 2
See parameter group 13-4* Logic Rules. If
logic rule 2 is evaluated as true, the output
goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
No function
[1] * Profile Default
The function corresponds to the profile
default selected in parameter 8-10 Control
Profile.
Only set if alarm 68, Safe Torque Off occurs.
[2]
Alarm 68 Only
[3]
Trip excl Alarm Set if a trip occurs, unless alarm 68, Safe
68
Torque Off is set to execute the trip.
[10] T18 DI status
The bit indicates the status of terminal 18.
0 indicates that the terminal is low.
1 indicates that the terminal is high.
[11] T19 DI status
The bit indicates the status of terminal 19.
0 indicates that the terminal is low.
1 indicates that the terminal is high.
[12] T27 DI status
The bit indicates the status of terminal 27.
0 indicates that the terminal is low.
1 indicates that the terminal is high.
[13] T29 DI status
The bit indicates the status of terminal 29.
0 indicates that the terminal is low.
1 indicates that the terminal is high.
[14] T32 DI status
The bit indicates the status of terminal 32.
0 indicates that the terminal is low.
1 indicates that the terminal is high.
[15] T33 DI status
The bit indicates the status of terminal 33.
0 indicates that the terminal is low.
18
[40] Out of ref
range
[49] Derate active
8-13 Configurable Status Word STW
Option:
Function:
1 indicates that the terminal is high.
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8-13 Configurable Status Word STW
8-13 Configurable Status Word STW
This parameter enables configuration of bits 12–15 in the status
word.
Array [16]
word.
Array [16]
Option:
[73] Logic Rule 3
[74] Logic Rule 4
[75] Logic Rule 5
[80] SL digital out
A
[81] SL digital out
B
Option:
Function:
See parameter group 13-4* Logic Rules. If
logic rule 3 is evaluated as true, the output
goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
See parameter group 13-4* Logic Rules. If
logic rule 4 is evaluated as true, the output
goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
See parameter group 13-4* Logic Rules. If
logic rule 5 is evaluated as true, the output
goes high. Otherwise, it is low.
See parameter 13-52 SL Controller Action.
The output goes high whenever the smart
logic action [38] Set digital out A high is
executed. The output goes low whenever
the smart logic action [32] Set digital out A
low is executed.
See parameter 13-52 SL Controller Action.
The output goes high whenever the smart
logic action [39] Set digital out B high is
executed. The output goes low whenever
the smart logic action [33] Set digital out B
low is executed.
[82] SL digital out
C
See parameter 13-52 SL Controller Action.
The output goes high whenever the smart
logic action [40] Set digital out C high is
executed. The output goes low whenever
the smart logic action [34] Set digital out C
low is executed.
[83] SL digital out
D
See parameter 13-52 SL Controller Action.
The output goes high whenever the smart
logic action [41] Set digital out D high is
executed. The output goes low whenever
the smart logic action [35] Set digital out D
low is executed.
[84] SL digital out
E
[85] SL digital out
F
[86] ATEX ETR cur.
alarm
This parameter enables configuration of bits 12–15 in the status
See parameter 13-52 SL Controller Action.
The output goes high whenever the smart
logic action [42] Set digital out E high is
executed. The output goes low whenever
the smart logic action [36] Set digital out E
low is executed.
See parameter 13-52 SL Controller Action.
The output goes high whenever the smart
logic action [43] Set digital out F high is
executed. The output goes low whenever
the smart logic action [37] Set digital out F
low is executed.
Function:
[88] ATEX ETR cur.
warning
[89] ATEX ETR freq.
warning
5.1.3 8-3* FC Port Settings
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8-30 Protocol
Protocol selection for the integrated FC (standard) Port (RS485)
on the control card.
Parameter group 8-7* BACnet is only visible when [9] FC Option is
selected.
Option:
Function:
NOTICE
Further details can be found in the VLT®
HVAC Drive FC 102 Metasys Operating
Instructions.
[0]
FC
Communication according to the FC Protocol as
described in the VLT® HVAC Drive FC 102 Design
Guide, RS485 Installation and Set-up.
[1]
FC MC
Same as [0] FC but to be used when
downloading SW to the frequency converter or
uploading dll file (covering information
regarding parameters available in the frequency
converter and their inter-dependencies) to MCT
10 Set-up Software.
[2]
Modbus
RTU
Communication according to the Modbus RTU
[3]
Metasys
N2
protocol as described in the VLT® HVAC Drive FC
102 Design Guide, RS485 Installation and Set-up.
Communication protocol. The N2 software
protocol is general in nature to accommodate
the unique properties each device may have.
See VLT® HVAC Drive Metasys Operating
Instructions.
[4]
FLN
Communication according to the Apogee FLN
P1 protocol.
[5]
BACnet
Communication according to an open data
communications protocol (building automation
and control network), American National
Standard (ANSI/ASHRAE 135-1995).
[9]
FC Option To be used when a gateway is connected to the
integrated RS485 port, for example the BACnet
gateway.
Following changes take place:
[87] ATEX ETR freq.
alarm
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8-30 Protocol
8-34 Estimated cycle time
Protocol selection for the integrated FC (standard) Port (RS485)
on the control card.
Parameter group 8-7* BACnet is only visible when [9] FC Option is
selected.
Range:
Option:
[0 1000000 ms]
Function:
•
Address for the FC port is set to 1, and
parameter 8-31 Address is now used to
set the address for the gateway on the
network, for example BACnet. See VLT®
HVAC Drive BACnet Operating
Instruction.
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•
Baud rate for the FC port is set to a
fixed value (115.200 Baud), and
parameter 8-32 Baud Rate is now used
to set the baud rate for the network
port (for example BACnet) on the
gateway.
In noisy environments, the interface may
be blocked due to overload or bad frames.
This parameter specifies the time between
2 consecutive frames on the network. If the
interface does not detect valid frames in
that time, it flushes the receive buffer.
8-35 Minimum Response Delay
Range:
Size related*
Function:
[ 5 - 10000
ms]
Size
related*
8-31 Address
Range:
Function:
[ 1 - 255 ] Enter the address for the frequency
converter (standard) port.
Valid range: Depends on selected
protocol.
Function:
[ 11 - 10001 Specify the maximum allowed delay
ms]
time between transmitting a request
and receiving a response. Exceeding
this delay time causes control word
timeout.
8-37 Maximum Inter-Char Delay
Range:
8-32 Baud Rate
Size related*
Baud rates 9600, 19200, 38400, and 76800 are valid for BACnet
only. The default value depends on the FC protocol.
Option:
2400 Baud
[1]
4800 Baud
[2]
9600 Baud
[3]
19200 Baud
[4]
38400 Baud
[5]
57600 Baud
[6]
76800 Baud
[7]
115200 Baud
[ 0.00 35.00 ms]
Specify the maximum allowed time
interval between receipt of 2 bytes.
This parameter activates timeout if
transmission is interrupted.
8-39 Protocol Firmware version
Range:
0*
[0 - 10 ]
8-33 Parity / Stop Bits
Parity and stop bits for the protocol parameter 8-30 Protocol
using the FC port. For some of the protocols, not all options are
visible. Default depends on the protocol selected.
Option:
Function:
Firmware revision for:
•
•
•
•
•
FC is in index 0.
Modbus is in index 1.
Metasys N2 is in index 2.
FLN is in index 3.
BACnet is in index 4.
Function:
[0]
Even Parity, 1 Stop Bit
[1]
Odd Parity, 1 Stop Bit
[2]
No Parity, 1 Stop Bit
[3]
No Parity, 2 Stop Bits
20
Function:
Function:
[0]
Specify the minimum delay time
between receiving a request and
transmitting a response. This is used
for overcoming modem turnaround
delays.
8-36 Maximum Response Delay
Range:
[20] LEN
Size related*
0 ms*
Function:
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5.1.4 8-4* Telegram Selection
8-42 PCD Write Configuration
8-40 Telegram Selection
Enables use of freely configurable telegrams or standard
telegrams for the FC port.
Option:
Function:
Different parameters can be assigned to PCD 3–10 of the PPOs
(the number of PCDs depends on the PPO type). The values in
PCD 3–10 are written to the selected parameters as data values.
Option:
Function:
[894]
Bus Feedback 1
Bus Feedback 2
[1] *
Standard telegram 1
[895]
[101]
PPO 1
[896]
Bus Feedback 3
[102]
PPO 2
[1680]
Fieldbus CTW 1
[103]
PPO 3
[1682]
Fieldbus REF 1
[104]
PPO 4
[1685]
FC Port CTW 1
PPO 5
[1686]
FC Port REF 1
[106]
PPO 6
[2013]
Minimum Reference/Feedb.
[107]
PPO 7
[2014]
Maximum Reference/Feedb.
[108]
PPO 8
[2021]
Setpoint 1
[200]
Custom telegram 1
[2022]
Setpoint 2
[2023]
Setpoint 3
[2643]
Terminal X42/7 Bus Control
[2653]
Terminal X42/9 Bus Control
[2663]
Terminal X42/11 Bus Control
[105]
8-42 PCD Write Configuration
Different parameters can be assigned to PCD 3–10 of the PPOs
(the number of PCDs depends on the PPO type). The values in
PCD 3–10 are written to the selected parameters as data values.
Option:
Function:
8-43 PCD Read Configuration
Different parameters can be assigned to PCDs 3–10 of the PPOs
(the number of PCDs depends on the PPO type). PCD 3–10 hold
the actual data value of the selected parameters.
[0]
None
[302]
Minimum Reference
[303]
Maximum Reference
[341]
Ramp 1 Ramp Up Time
[342]
Ramp 1 Ramp Down Time
[0]
[351]
Ramp 2 Ramp Up Time
[15]
Readout: actual setup
[352]
Ramp 2 Ramp Down Time
[894]
Bus Feedback 1
[380]
Jog Ramp Time
[895]
Bus Feedback 2
Quick Stop Ramp Time
[896]
Bus Feedback 3
Alert Alarm Word
[381]
Option:
Function:
None
Motor Speed Low Limit [RPM]
[1397]
[412]
Motor Speed Low Limit [Hz]
[1398]
Alert Warning Word
[413]
Motor Speed High Limit [RPM]
[1399]
Alert Status Word
[414]
Motor Speed High Limit [Hz]
[1500]
Operating hours
Torque Limit Motor Mode
[1501]
Running Hours
[417]
Torque Limit Generator Mode
[1502]
kWh Counter
[553]
Term. 29 High Ref./Feedb. Value
[1600]
Control Word
[558]
Term. 33 High Ref./Feedb. Value
[1601]
Reference [Unit]
[590]
Digital & Relay Bus Control
[1602]
Reference [%]
[593]
Pulse Out #27 Bus Control
[1603]
Status Word
Pulse Out #29 Bus Control
[1605]
Main Actual Value [%]
[597]
Pulse Out #X30/6 Bus Control
[1609]
Custom Readout
[615]
Terminal 53 High Ref./Feedb.
Value
[1610]
Power [kW]
[1611]
Power [hp]
Terminal 54 High Ref./Feedb.
Value
[1612]
Motor Voltage
[1613]
Frequency
[653]
Terminal 42 Output Bus Control
[1614]
Motor current
[663]
Terminal X30/8 Output Bus
Control
[1615]
Frequency [%]
[1616]
Torque [Nm]
[673]
Terminal X45/1 Bus Control
[1617]
Speed [RPM]
[683]
Terminal X45/3 Bus Control
[1618]
Motor Thermal
[890]
Bus Jog 1 Speed
[1622]
Torque [%]
[891]
Bus Jog 2 Speed
[1623]
Motor Shaft Power [kW]
[411]
[416]
[595]
[625]
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8-43 PCD Read Configuration
8-43 PCD Read Configuration
Different parameters can be assigned to PCDs 3–10 of the PPOs
(the number of PCDs depends on the PPO type). PCD 3–10 hold
the actual data value of the selected parameters.
Different parameters can be assigned to PCDs 3–10 of the PPOs
(the number of PCDs depends on the PPO type). PCD 3–10 hold
the actual data value of the selected parameters.
Option:
Function:
Option:
Function:
[1624]
Calibrated Stator Resistance
[1835]
Analog Out X42/11 [V]
[1626]
Power Filtered [kW]
[1836]
Analog Input X48/2 [mA]
[1627]
Power Filtered [hp]
[1837]
Temp. Input X48/4
[1630]
DC Link Voltage
[1838]
Temp. Input X48/7
[1632]
Brake Energy /s
[1839]
Temp. Input X48/10
[1633]
Brake Energy Average
[1850]
Sensorless Readout [unit]
[1860]
Digital Input 2
[1634]
Heatsink Temp.
[1635]
Inverter Thermal
[1638]
SL Controller State
[1639]
Control Card Temp.
[1650]
External Reference
[1652]
Feedback[Unit]
[1653]
Digi Pot Reference
[1654]
Feedback 1 [Unit]
[1655]
Feedback 2 [Unit]
[1656]
Feedback 3 [Unit]
[1660]
Digital Input
5.1.5 8-5* Digital/Bus
Parameters for configuring the control word merging.
NOTICE
These parameters are active only when
parameter 8-01 Control Site is set to [0] Digital and control
word.
[1661]
Terminal 53 Switch Setting
[1662]
Analog Input 53
[1663]
Terminal 54 Switch Setting
Select the trigger for the coasting function.
[1664]
Analog Input 54
Option:
[1665]
Analog Output 42 [mA]
[0]
Digital input A digital input triggers the coasting function.
[1666]
Digital Output [bin]
[1667]
Pulse Input #29 [Hz]
[1]
Bus
A serial communication port or the fieldbus
triggers the coasting function.
[1668]
Pulse Input #33 [Hz]
[1669]
Pulse Output #27 [Hz]
[2]
Logic AND
The fieldbus/serial communication port and a
digital input trigger the coasting function.
[1670]
Pulse Output #29 [Hz]
[1671]
Relay Output [bin]
[1672]
Counter A
[1673]
Counter B
[1675]
Analog In X30/11
[1676]
Analog In X30/12
8-50 Coasting Select
[3] * Logic OR
Function:
The fieldbus/serial communication port or a
digital input triggers the coasting function.
8-52 DC Brake Select
[1677]
Analog Out X30/8 [mA]
Select control of the DC brake via the terminals (digital input)
and/or via the fieldbus.
[1678]
Analog Out X45/1 [mA]
Option:
[1679]
Analog Out X45/3 [mA]
[1684]
Comm. Option STW
[1685]
FC Port CTW 1
[1690]
Alarm Word
[1691]
Alarm Word 2
[1692]
Warning Word
[1693]
Warning Word 2
[1694]
Ext. Status Word
[1695]
Ext. Status Word 2
[1696]
Maintenance Word
[1830]
Analog Input X42/1
[1831]
Analog Input X42/3
[1832]
Analog Input X42/5
[1833]
Analog Out X42/7 [V]
[1834]
Analog Out X42/9 [V]
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Function:
NOTICE
When parameter 1-10 Motor Construction
is set to [1] PM non-salient SPM, only
selection [0] Digital input is available.
[0] Digital input Activate a start command via a digital input.
[1] Bus
Activate a start command via the serial
communication port or fieldbus option.
[2] Logic AND
Activate a start command via the fieldbus/serial
communication port and also via 1 of the
digital inputs.
[3] Logic OR
Activate a start command via the fieldbus/serial
communication port or via 1 of the digital
inputs.
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8-53 Start Select
8-56 Preset Reference Select
Select the trigger for the start function.
Option:
Option:
Function:
[2]
[0]
Digital input A digital input triggers the start function.
[1]
Bus
A serial communication port or the fieldbus
triggers the start function.
[2]
Logic AND
The fieldbus/serial communication port and a
digital input trigger the start function.
[3] * Logic OR
The fieldbus/serial communication port or a
digital input triggers the start function.
Function:
Logic AND
[3] * Logic OR
The fieldbus/serial communication port and a
digital input trigger the preset reference
selection.
The fieldbus/serial communication port or a
digital input triggers the preset reference
selection.
5.1.6 8-7* BACnet
5 5
8-54 Reversing Select
NOTICE
Select control of the frequency converter reverse function via the
terminals (digital input) and/or via the fieldbus.
Parameters in this group are active only when
parameter 8-30 Protocol is set to [5] BACnet.
Option:
Function:
8-70 BACnet Device Instance
NOTICE
This parameter is active only when
parameter 8-01 Control Site is set to [0]
Digital and control word.
Range:
1*
Function:
[0 - 4194302 ] Enter a unique ID number for the BACnet
device.
NOTICE
[0] Digital input Activates reverse command via a digital input.
[1] Bus
Activates reverse command via the serial
communication port or fieldbus option.
[2] Logic AND
Activates reverse command via the fieldbus/
serial communication port, AND via 1 of the
digital inputs.
[3] Logic OR
Activates reverse command via the fieldbus/
serial communication port OR via 1 of the
digital inputs.
This parameter is active only when
parameter 8-30 Protocol is set to [9] FC
Option, or if a VLT® BACnet/IP MCA
125 is installed.
8-72 MS/TP Max Masters
Range:
127*
8-55 Set-up Select
Select the trigger for the set-up selection.
Option:
Range:
Digital input A digital input triggers the set-up selection.
[1]
Bus
A serial communication port or the fieldbus
triggers the set-up selection.
[2]
Logic AND
The fieldbus/serial communication port and a
digital input trigger the set-up selection.
The fieldbus/serial communication port or a
digital input triggers the set-up selection.
8-56 Preset Reference Select
Option:
Function:
Select the trigger for the preset reference
selection.
[0]
Digital
input
A digital input triggers the preset reference
selection.
[1]
Bus
A serial communication port or the fieldbus
triggers the preset reference selection.
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[1 - 127 ] Define the address of the master which holds
the highest address in this network. Decreasing
this value optimizes polling for the token.
8-73 MS/TP Max Info Frames
Function:
[0]
[3] * Logic OR
Function:
1*
Function:
[1 - 65534 ] Define how many info/data frames the device
is allowed to send while holding the token.
8-74 "I-Am" Service
Select whether the device should send the "I-Am" service
message only at power-up, or continuously with an interval of
approximately 1 minute.
Option:
Function:
[0] *
Send at power-up
[1]
Continuously
8-75 Initialisation Password
Range:
Size related*
Function:
[1 - 20 ] Enter the password needed for
execution of Drive Re-initialization from
BACnet.
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5.1.7 8-8* FC Port Diagnostics
8-95 Bus Feedback 2
These parameters are used for monitoring the bus
communication via the frequency converters RS485 port.
8-80 Bus Message Count
Range:
0*
Range:
0*
Function:
[-200 - 200 ] See parameter 8-94 Bus Feedback 1 for further
details.
8-96 Bus Feedback 3
Function:
[0 - 0 ] This parameter shows the number of valid
telegrams detected on the bus.
Range:
0*
Function:
[-200 - 200 ] See parameter 8-94 Bus Feedback 1 for further
details.
8-81 Bus Error Count
Array [6]
Range:
0*
Function:
[0 - 0 ] This parameter shows the number of telegrams
with faults (for example CRC fault) detected on the
bus.
8-82 Slave Messages Rcvd
Range:
0*
Function:
[0 - 0 ] This parameter shows the number of valid
telegrams addressed to the slave sent by the
frequency converter.
8-83 Slave Error Count
Range:
0*
Function:
[0 - 0 ] This parameter shows the number of error
telegrams, which are not executed by the
frequency converter.
8-84 Slave Messages Sent
Range:
0*
Function:
[0 - 0 ] This parameter shows the number of messages
sent from this frequency converter.
8-85 Slave Timeout Errors
Range:
0*
Function:
[0 - 0 ] This parameter shows the number of messages
suppressed due to timeout.
5.1.8 8-9* Bus Jog
8-94 Bus Feedback 1
Range:
0*
24
[-200 200 ]
Function:
Write feedback to this parameter via the serial
communication port or fieldbus option. Select
this parameter as a feedback source in
parameter 20-00 Feedback 1 Source,
parameter 20-03 Feedback 2 Source, or
parameter 20-06 Feedback 3 Source.
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5.2 Parameter Group 12-**
12-06 Name Servers
Range:
5.2.1 12-0* IP Settings
0*
12-00 IP Address Assignment
Function:
[0 - 2147483647 ] IP addresses of domain name servers.
Can be automatically assigned when
using DHCP.
Selects the IP address assignment method.
Option:
[0]
12-07 Domain Name
Function:
Set the IP-address in parameter 12-01 IP
Address.
MANUAL
Range:
0
Function:
[0 - 48 ] Domain name of the attached network. Can be
automatically assigned when using DHCP network.
[1]
DHCP
IP-address is assigned via DHCP Server.
[2]
BOOTP
IP-address is assigned via BOOTP server.
12-08 Host Name
IP-adress is assigned via DCP server
Range:
[10] DCP
[20] From node ID IP-adress is assigned from node ID.
0*
[0 - 48 ] Logical (given) name of option.
NOTICE
12-01 IP Address
Range:
0*
The display of the frequency converter only
shows the first 19 characters, but the
remaining characters are stored in the
frequency converter. If hardware switches
are different from all ON or all OFF, the
switches have priority.
Function:
[0 2147483647 ]
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Function:
Configure the IP address of the option.
Read-only, if parameter 12-00 IP Address
Assignment is set to DHCP or BOOTP. In
POWERLINK, the IP address follows the
parameter 12-60 Node ID last byte and the
first part is fixed to 192.168.100 (node ID).
12-09 Physical Address
12-02 Subnet Mask
Range:
0*
Range:
Function:
[0 4244635647 ]
0*
Configure the IP subnet mask of the
option. Read-only, if parameter 12-00 IP
Address Assignment is set to DHCP or
BOOTP. In POWERLINK, it is fixed to
255.255.255.0.
Function:
[0 - 17 ] Read-only. Show the physical (MAC) address of
the option. The format is: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx.
5.2.2 12-1* Ethernet Link Parameters
Applies to the whole parameter group.
12-03 Default Gateway
Range:
0*
Function:
[0 2147483647 ]
Configure the IP default gateway of the
option. Read-only, if parameter 12-00 IP
Address Assignment is set to DHCP or
BOOTP. In a non-routed network, this
address is set to the IP address of the I/O
device.
12-04 DHCP Server
Range:
0*
Function:
12-05 Lease Expires
Size related*
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12-10 Link Status
Read-only. Shows the link status of the Ethernet ports.
Option:
Function:
[0] *
No Link
[1]
Link
12-11 Link Duration
[0 - 2147483647 ] Read-only. Show the IP address of the
found DHCP or BOOTP server.
Range:
Index [0] is used for port 1, and index [1] is used for port
2. For EtherCAT, index [0] is for the in-port and index [1] is
for the out-port.
Range:
Size related*
Function:
[ 0 - 0 ] Read-only. Shows the duration of the
present link on each port in dd:hh:mm:ss.
Function:
[ 0 - 0 ] Shows the lease-time left for the current
DHCP-assigned IP address in
dd:hh:mm:ss.
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12-12 Auto Negotiation
12-71 BACnet Datalink
Configures auto negotiation of Ethernet link parameters, for each
port: ON or OFF.
Select if the BACnet/IP interface uses the BACnet Ethernet,
BACnet/IP, or All Datalink layer. If All Datalinks is selected, the
BACnet/IP auto detects which BACnet layer to use.
Option:
Function:
NOTICE
Option:
In POWERLINK, this parameter is fixed to OFF
setting.
[0]
Off
Link Speed and Link Duplex can be configured in
parameter 12-13 Link Speed and parameter 12-14 Link
Duplex.
[1] * On
All Datalinks
[1] *
BACnet/IP
[2]
BACnet Ethernet
12-72 BACnet UDP Port
Range:
47808*
Option:
Function:
12-75 BBMD IP Address
Range:
0*
Function:
[0 - 2147483647 ] Sets the IP address of the remote BBMD
management device. If set to 0.0.0.0, the
foreign device function is disabled.
NOTICE
In POWERLINK, this parameter is locked
to 100 Mbps.
Function:
[1 - 65535 ] Select the port number on UDP, which is
used for the BACnet communication. Has
to match the type of port used in the BMS
system.
12-13 Link Speed
Force the link speed for each port in 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps. If
parameter 12-12 Auto Negotiation is set to [1] On, this parameter
is read-only and shows the actual link speed. If no link is present,
[0] None is shown.
Function:
[0]
12-76 BBMD Port
Range:
[0] * None
47808*
[1]
10 Mbps
[2]
100 Mbps
12-14 Link Duplex
12-77 BBMD Reg. Interval
Force the duplex for each port to full or half duplex. If
parameter 12-12 Auto Negotiation is set to [1] On, this parameter
is read-only. In POWERLINK, this parameter is locked to half
duplex.
Option:
Range:
10 s*
Function:
[0]
Half Duplex
[1] *
Full Duplex
Range:
0 min*
MAC Addresses of currently active supervisors.
Range:
Function:
[0 - 2147483647 ]
12-19 Supervisor IP Addr.
0*
Fieldbus fault is issued until next detection.
Function:
[0 - 2147483647 ]
12-79 Message Counter
Range:
0*
5.2.3 12-7* BACnet
[0 4294967294 ]
12-70 BACnet Status
Range:
0*
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Function:
[0 This parameter specifies time interval in
525600 min] minutes, where the VLT® BACnet/IP MCA
125 sends a “Who Has” with its own device
instance. Detects if a device has been
programmed to use the same device
instance (faulty configuration). Warning 34
IP Addresses of currently active supervisors.
Range:
Function:
[1 - 65535 s] Sets the registration interval in s, at which
the frequency converter re-registers itself in
the remote BBMD managing device.
12-78 Device ID Conflict Detection
12-18 Supervisor MAC
0*
Function:
[1 - 65535 ] Sets the port number of the BBMD
management device that handles the
broadcast messages.
Function:
This parameter contains an array of 5
counters. They can be used to verify that the
BMS controller sends data to the frequency
converter:
Function:
[0 - 4294967295 ] Status parameter 32 bit. Only the 9 least
significant bits are used.
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12-79 Message Counter
Range:
12-89 Transparent Socket Channel Port
Function:
Range:
•
Index 1: Total number of received
and sent bus messages.
•
Index 2: Total number of received
bus messages.
•
Index 3: Total number of sent
messages.
•
Index 4: Total number of error
messages.
•
Index 5: Total number of retried
(timed out) messages.
12-80 FTP Server
Function:
[0] *
Disabled
Disable the built-in FTP server.
[1]
Enabled
Enable the built-in FTP server.
12-81 HTTP Server
5.2.5 12-9* Advanced Ethernet Settings
12-90 Cable Diagnostic
Disabled
Disable the built-in HTTP (web) server.
[1]
Enabled
Enable the built-in HTTP (web) server.
Disabled
Disable the cable
diagnostic function.
[1]
Enabled
Enable the cable
diagnostic function.
[0]
NOTICE
Disabling of the auto crossover function
requires crossed Ethernet cables for daisychaining the options.
Enables/disables the SMTP (e-mail) service on the option.
Function:
[0] * Disabled Disable the SMTP (e-mail) service on the option.
Enable the SMTP (e-mail) service on the option.
Enable or disable the local SNMP Agent.
Disabled
[1] *
Enabled
12-84 Address Conflict Detection
Detect and resolve IP address conflicts with this device in the
network.
Option:
Function:
[0]
Disabled
[1] *
Enabled
Range:
Function:
[0 - 2147483647 ] The contested IP address of the most
recent address conflict.
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12-92 IGMP Snooping
Function:
[0]
Disabled
Disable the IGMP
Snooping function.
[1] *
Enabled
Enable the IGMP
Snooping function.
12-93 Cable Error Length
Range:
0*
12-85 ACD Last Conflict
0*
Enables the auto crossover function.
Option:
Function:
[0]
[1] * Enabled
This function prevents flooding of the Ethernet protocol stack by
only forwarding multicast packets to ports that are member of
the multicast group.
12-83 SNMP Agent
Option:
Function:
Disabled Disables the auto crossover function.
12-82 SMTP Service
Enabled
Function:
[0] *
Option:
Function:
[0] *
[1]
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12-91 Auto Cross Over
Enables/disables the built-in HTTP (web) server.
Option:
Configure the TCP port number for the
transparent socket channel. This configuration enables FC telegrams to be sent
transparently on Ethernet via TCP.
Default value is 4000, 0 means disabled.
The MCT 10 Set-up Software uses this
port.
Option:
Enables/disables the built-in FTP server.
Option:
[0 65535 ]
Enable/disable advanced cable diagnosis function. If enabled, the
distance to cable errors can be readout in parameter 12-93 Cable
Error Length. The parameter resumes to the default setting of
disable after the diagnostics have finished.
5.2.4 12-8* Other Ethernet Services
Option:
Size
related*
Function:
[0 65535 ]
Function:
If cable diagnostics is enabled in
parameter 12-90 Cable Diagnostic, the built-in
switch is available via time domain reflectometry
(TDR). This is a measurement technique which
detects common cabling problems such as open
circuits, short circuits, and impedance mismatches,
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Parameters
12-93 Cable Error Length
12-98 Interface Counters
Range:
Range:
Function:
or breaks in transmission cables. The distance from
the option to the error is shown in meters with an
accuracy of +/- 2 meters. The value 0 means no
errors detected.
0*
Function:
[0 - 4294967296 ] Advanced interface counters from built-in
switch can be used for low-level troubleshooting. The parameter shows a sum of
port 1 + port 2.
12-94 Broadcast Storm Protection
12-99 Media Counters
Range:
Range:
-1 %
*
Function:
[-1 20 %]
The built-in switch protects the switch system from
receiving too many broadcast packages, which can
use up network resources. The value indicates a
percentage of the total bandwidth that is allowed
for broadcast messages. Example: OFF means that
the filter is disabled - all broadcast messages are
passed through. The value 0% means that no
broadcast messages are passed through. A value of
10% means that 10% of the total bandwidth is
allowed for broadcast messages. If the number of
broadcast messages exceeds the 10% threshold,
they are blocked.
0*
Function:
[0 - 4294967296 ] Advanced interface counters from built-in
switch can be used for low-level troubleshooting. The parameter shows a sum of
port 1 + port 2.
12-95 Inactivity timeout
Range:
120*
Function:
[0 - 3600 ] Apply to parameter 12-94 Broadcast Storm
Protection, if the broadcast storm protection
should also include multicast telegrams
messages.
12-96 Port Config
Enable/disable port-mirroring function. For troubleshooting with
a network analyser tool.
Option:
Function:
[0]
Normal
No port-mirroring.
[1]
Mirror Port 1 to 2
All network traffic on port 1 is
mirrored to port 2.
[2]
Mirror Port 2 to 1
All network traffic on port 2 is
mirrored to port 1.
[10]
Port 1 disabled
[11]
Port 2 disabled
[254]
Mirror Int. Port to 1
[255]
Mirror Int. Port to 2
12-97 QoS Priority
Range:
Size related*
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Function:
[0 - 63 ] Each index sets the DSCP value of
different types of QoS prioritized
messages.
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Parameters
Programming Guide
5.3 Parameter List
Parameter
Parameter description
Default value
4-set-up
FC 302
only
Change Conver
during
operation
sion
index
Type
8-0* General Settings
8-01
Control Site
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
-
8-02
Control Source
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
Uint8
8-03
Control Timeout Time
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
-1
Uint32
8-04
Control Timeout Function
[0] Off
1 set-up
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-05
End-of-Timeout Function
[1] Resume set-up
1 set-up
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-06
Reset Control Timeout
[0] Do not reset
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-07
Diagnosis Trigger
[0] Disable
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-08
Readout Filtering
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-09
Communication Charset
ExpressionLimit
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
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8-1* Control Settings
8-10
Control Profile
8-13
Configurable Status Word STW
[0] FC profile
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
[1] Profile Default
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-3* FC Port Settings
8-30
Protocol
8-31
Address
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
0
Uint8
8-32
Baud Rate
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-33
Parity / Stop Bits
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-34
Estimated cycle time
0 ms
2 set-ups
TRUE
-3
Uint32
8-35
Minimum Response Delay
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
-3
Uint16
8-36
Maximum Response Delay
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
-3
Uint16
8-37
Maximum Inter-Char Delay
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
-5
Uint16
8-39
Protocol Firmware version
0 N/A
All set-ups
FALSE
0
VisStr[10]
8-4* FC MC protocol set
8-40
Telegram Selection
[1] Standard telegram 1
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-42
PCD Write Configuration
ExpressionLimit
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint16
8-43
PCD Read Configuration
ExpressionLimit
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint16
8-5* Digital/Bus
8-50
Coasting Select
[3] Logic OR
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-52
DC Brake Select
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-53
Start Select
[3] Logic OR
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-54
Reversing Select
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-55
Set-up Select
[3] Logic OR
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
8-56
Preset Reference Select
[3] Logic OR
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
1 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
Uint32
127 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
Uint8
Uint16
8-7* BACnet
8-70
BACnet Device Instance
8-72
MS/TP Max Masters
8-73
MS/TP Max Info Frames
8-74
"I-Am" Service
8-75
Initialisation Password
1 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
[0] Send at power-up
1 set-up
TRUE
-
Uint8
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
0
VisStr[20]
8-8* FC Port Diagnostics
8-80
Bus Message Count
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
8-81
Bus Error Count
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
8-82
Slave Messages Rcvd
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
8-83
Slave Error Count
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
8-84
Slave Messages Sent
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
8-85
Slave Timeout Errors
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
8-89
Diagnostics Count
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
Int32
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Parameter
Parameter description
VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125
Default value
4-set-up
FC 302
only
Change Conver
during
operation
sion
index
Type
8-9* Bus Jog / Feedback
8-90
Bus Jog 1 Speed
100 RPM
All set-ups
TRUE
67
Uint16
8-91
Bus Jog 2 Speed
200 RPM
All set-ups
TRUE
67
Uint16
8-94
Bus Feedback 1
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
N2
8-95
Bus Feedback 2
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
N2
8-96
Bus Feedback 3
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
N2
Default value
4-set-up
Change
during
operation
Conve
rsion
index
Type
Table 5.1 Parameter Group 8-**
Parameter
Parameter description
FC 302
only
12-0* IP Settings
12-00
IP Address Assignment
ExpressionLimit
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-01
IP Address
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
12-02
Subnet Mask
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
12-03
Default Gateway
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
12-04
DHCP Server
0 N/A
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
12-05
Lease Expires
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
0
TimD
12-06
Name Servers
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
12-07
Domain Name
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
VisStr[48]
12-08
Host Name
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
VisStr[48]
12-09
Physical Address
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
VisStr[17]
Uint8
12-1* Ethernet Link Parameters
12-10
Link Status
12-11
Link Duration
[0] No Link
All set-ups
TRUE
-
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
0
12-12
Auto Negotiation
TimD
[1] On
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-13
12-14
Link Speed
[0] None
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
Link Duplex
[1] Full Duplex
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-18
Supervisor MAC
0 N/A
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
OctStr[6]
12-19
Supervisor IP Addr.
0 N/A
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
12-2* Process Data
12-20
Control Instance
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
0
Uint8
12-21
Process Data Config Write
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint16
12-22
Process Data Config Read
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint16
12-27
Primary Master
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
12-28
Store Data Values
[0] Off
All set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-29
Store Always
[0] Off
1 set-up
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-3* EtherNet/IP
12-30
Warning Parameter
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
12-31
Net Reference
[0] Off
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-32
Net Control
[0] Off
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-33
CIP Revision
ExpressionLimit
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-34
CIP Product Code
ExpressionLimit
1 set-up
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-35
EDS Parameter
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
12-37
COS Inhibit Timer
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-38
COS Filter
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint16
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-4* Modbus TCP
12-40
30
Status Parameter
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Parameter
Parameter description
Default value
4-set-up
FC 302
only
Change
during
operation
Conve
rsion
index
Type
12-41
Slave Message Count
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
12-42
Slave Exception Message Count
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
Uint32
12-7* BACnet
12-70
BACnet Status
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
12-71
BACnet Datalink
[1] BACnet/IP
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
uint8
12-72
BACnet UDP Port
47808 N/A
2 set-ups
FALSE
0
Uint16
12-75
BBMD IP Address
12-76
BBMD Port
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
OctStr[4]
47808 N/A
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-77
BBMD Reg. Interval
10 s
1 set-up
FALSE
0
Uint16
12-78
Device ID Conflict Detection
0 min
12-79
Message Counter
0 N/A
2 set-ups
TRUE
70
Uint32
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
12-8* Other Ethernet Services
12-80
FTP Server
[0] Disabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-81
HTTP Server
[0] Disabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-82
SMTP Service
[0] Disabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-83
SNMP Agent
[1] Enabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-84
Address Conflict Detection
[1] Enabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-85
ACD Last Conflict
12-89
Transparent Socket Channel Port
0 N/A
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
OctStr[35
]
ExpressionLimit
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-9* Advanced Ethernet Services
12-90
Cable Diagnostic
[0] Disabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-91
Auto Cross Over
[1] Enabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-92
IGMP Snooping
[1] Enabled
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-93
Cable Error Length
0 N/A
1 set-up
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-94
Broadcast Storm Protection
-1 %
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
Int8
12-95
Inactivity timeout
120 N/A
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint16
12-96
Port Config
ExpressionLimit
2 set-ups
TRUE
-
Uint8
12-97
QoS Priority
ExpressionLimit
2 set-ups
TRUE
0
Int8
12-98
Interface Counters
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
12-99
Media Counters
0 N/A
All set-ups
TRUE
0
Uint32
Table 5.2 Parameter Group 12-**
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Parameters
5.4 Data Types
The numbers on the left refer to a conversion figure, and
the numbers on the right are used when writing or
reading parameters.
5 5
Conversion index
Conversion factor
67
1/60
6
1000000
5
100000
4
10000
3
1000
2
100
1
10
0
1
-1
0.1
-2
0.01
-3
0.001
-4
0.0001
-5
0.00001
-6
0.000001
Table 5.3 Conversion Index and Factor
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Foreign Device
Programming Guide
6 Foreign Device
The VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 uses services such as “Who
Is” and “I-Am”, which both are based on broadcasts. These
services are required to discover devices within a network.
When more than 1 IP network is used, routers are installed
to join the networks. The routers do not forward
broadcasts from 1 network to another. The BACnet handles
this by providing a technology called BBMD – BACnet
broadcast management device. The BBMD can be made
easily by adding 1 BBMD device in each network. The
BBMDs are configured so that the broadcasts they receive
on their local network is packed into an IP frame and sent
to the other BBMD. The second BBMD now transmits the
broadcast to its local network. This solution requires an
extra device in each network and is costlier.
•
Parameter 12-76 BBMD Port defines which port the
BBMD uses.
•
Parameter 12-77 BBMD Reg. Interval defines the
interval of how often the FD sends information to
the BBMD.
Illustration 6.1 shows an example of a set-up consisting of
2 networks:
• Network 1: This is where the remote drive is
located. This network has no controller, and the
frequency converter is using the BBMD in the
BMS controller in network 2.
•
Network 2: This is where the BMS controller is
connected. The IP address of the BMS controller is
192.168.1.10, and the BMS controller also has the
BBMD feature. The BBMD is using port number
47808.
130BF742.10
In installations where only a few devices are on the remote
side, a foreign device registration (FD) might be more
efficient. The remote network does not require a BBMD to
be installed locally. Instead, each BACnet device with the
foreign device feature establishes a direct connection to
the BBMD in the remote network.
The FD holds at least 3 parameters for configuration:
• Parameter 12-75 BBMD IP Address which holds the
IP address of the BBMD.
IP Router
IP adress 192.168.2.1
WAN
IP Router
IP adress 192.168.1.1
WAN
IP adress 192.168.1.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
IP adress 192.168.2.102
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
BMS controller with BBMD
Active on port 47808
Default Gateway settings:
P12-03 = IP:192.168.2.1
Foreign Device registration:
P12-75 = IP:192.168.1.10
P12-76 = Port 47808
P12-77 = 4 Sec.
Network 1
Network 2
Illustration 6.1 Example with 2 Networks
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Troubleshooting
7 Troubleshooting
Ethernet Port 1
Ethernet Port 2
130BE803.10
7.1 Step-by-step Troubleshooting
7.1.1 LED Status
The VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125 interface has 3 bicolored
LEDs that allow fast and detailed diagnosis. Each LED is
linked to its unique part of the BACnet/IP interface, see
Table 7.1.
Ethernet Port 1
MS LED
NS LED’s
MS
Description
MS
Module status. Reflects the activity on the
BACnet/IP stack.
NS1
Network status 1. Reflects the activity on
Ethernet port 1.
NS2
Network status 2. Reflects the activity on
Ethernet port 2.
Option A
130B1586
MAC
Address
NS1
NS2
LED label
Ethernet Port 2
MCA 125
BACnet/IP
MAC: 00:1B:08:XX:XX:XX
SW. ver. X.YY (TM: X:YY)
Device Instance
8 7 6 5 4
3 2 1
Illustration 7.1 Overview of BACnet/IP Interface
Table 7.1 LED Label
State
Power up
LED
Description
Red/
green:
Solid red/green
The device is powering up.
Green:
Flashing green
No IP address is configured.
Green:
Solid green
The link is OK and the IP address is configured.
Red:
Flashing red
Fault:
• IP address conflict
Running
•
Red:
Solid red
Device ID error
Alarm
Table 7.2 MS: Module Status
State
LED
Description
Power up
Red/
green:
Solid red/green
The device is powering up (after MS LED).
Running
Green:
Flashing green
No IP address is configured.
Green:
Solid green
The link is active and the IP address is configured.
Red:
Solid red
The IP address assigned to the device is already in
use.
Off
Off
There is no link or the link has been removed after
valid IP address has been entered.
Table 7.3 NS1+NS2: Network Status (1 per Port)
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Programming Guide
7.1.2 No Communication with the
Frequency Converter
Check: Link status
The status of the Ethernet link can be directly identified
using the LEDs when no BACnet connection is established.
Use parameter 12-10 Link Status to verify presence of the
link.
Use parameter 12-11 Link Duration to verify that the link is
steadily present.
The parameter shows the duration of the present link and
is preset to 00:00:00:00 when the link is broken.
Check: Cabling
In rare cases of cabling misconfiguration, the option may
show the presence of a link but no communication is
running. Exchange the cable if in doubt.
Check: IP address
Verify that the option has a valid IP address (refer to
parameter 12-01 IP Address). When the option has identified
a duplicate IP address, NS LEDs are steady red. When the
option is set up for BOOTP or DHCP, verify that a BOOTP or
DHCP server is connected in parameter 12-04 DHCP Server.
If no server is connected, the parameter shows:
000.000.000.000.
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Appendix
VLT® BACnet/IP MCA 125
8 Appendix
8.1 BIBBs
Category
Data sharing
Description
Data
Data
Data
Data
sharing
sharing
sharing
sharing
B-AAC
read property
read property multiple
write property
write property multiple
Data sharing - COV-B1)
Alarm and event management
Alarm enrolment acknowledge
Alarm and event information
Alarm and event - alarm summary-B1)
DS-RP-B
DS-RPM-A,B
DS-WP-B
DS-WPM-B
DS-COV-B
AE-ACK-B
AE-INFO-B
AE-ASUM-B
Scheduling
Scheduling - Advanced view and modify
SHED-I-B
Trending
Trending - Viewing and modifying trend internal-B1)
T-VMT-I-B
Device management - Dynamic device binding B1)
DM-DDB-B
DM-DDB-A
DM-LM-B
DM-DOB-B
DM-DCC-B
DM-UTC-B
DM-RD-B
Device management - Dynamic device binding A2)
Device and network management
Device
Device
Device
Device
Device
management
management
management
management
management
-
List manipulation-B1)
Dynamic object binding
Device communication control
UTC time synchronization
Reinitialize device
Table 8.1 Descriptions of BIBBs
1) B = Server
2) A = Client
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Index
Intended use............................................................................................. 2
IP setting.................................................................................................... 6
A
IP traffic....................................................................................................... 7
Abbreviation............................................................................................. 3
Additional resources.............................................................................. 2
L
AI objects................................................................................................. 11
Leakage current....................................................................................... 5
AO objects............................................................................................... 11
LED
LED........................................................................................................... 3
Approvals................................................................................................... 2
AV objects................................................................................................ 12
B
BACnet...................................................................................................... 23
BBMD........................................................................................................ 33
BI objects................................................................................................. 13
BO objects............................................................................................... 13
BV objects................................................................................................ 13
Load sharing............................................................................................. 4
Loop object............................................................................................. 14
M
Multicast..................................................................................................... 7
Multistate................................................................................................. 14
N
Network............................................................................................... 7, 33
C
Notification class................................................................................... 14
Cabling..................................................................................................... 35
P
Certifications............................................................................................. 2
CharacterString value......................................................................... 14
Configuration......................................................................................... 18
Convention................................................................................................ 3
Conversion index.................................................................................. 32
D
Discharge time......................................................................................... 4
Parameter................................................................................................... 6
Port diagnostics.................................................................................... 24
Q
Qualified personnel................................................................................ 4
R
Redundancy.............................................................................................. 7
Reference................................................................................................... 3
E
Ethernet............................................................................ 6, 7, 25, 27, 35
Event enrollment.................................................................................. 14
Event log.................................................................................................. 15
Exception calendar.............................................................................. 15
S
Safety........................................................................................................... 5
Schedule object.................................................................................... 15
Spanning tree........................................................................................... 3
Symbol........................................................................................................ 3
F
Fieldbus jog............................................................................................ 24
Foreign device....................................................................................... 33
T
Topology.................................................................................................... 7
Trend log.................................................................................................. 14
G
General settings.................................................................................... 16
U
Unintended start..................................................................................... 4
H
High voltage............................................................................................. 4
I
I/O................................................................................................................. 3
IGMP............................................................................................................. 7
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