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Danger!
Dangerous electrical voltage!
Before commencing the installation
• Disconnect the power supply of the device.
• Ensure that devices cannot be accidentally restarted.
• Verify isolation from the supply.
• Earth and short circuit.
• Cover or enclose neighbouring units that are live.
• Follow the engineering instructions (IL/AWA) of the
device concerned.
• Only suitably qualified personnel in accordance with
EN 50110-1/-2 (VDE 0105 Part 100) may work on
this device/system.
• Before installation and before touching the device ensure
that you are free of electrostatic charge.
• The functional earth (FE) must be connected to the protective
earth (PE) or to the potential equalisation. The system installer
is responsible for implementing this connection.
• Connecting cables and signal lines should be installed so
that inductive or capacitive interference does not impair the
automation functions.
• Install automation devices and related operating elements in
such a way that they are well protected against unintentional
operation.
• Ensure a reliable electrical isolation of the low voltage for the
24 volt supply. Only use power supply units complying with
IEC 60364-4-41 (VDE 0100 Part 410) or HD 384.4.41 S2.
• Deviations of the mains voltage from the rated value must
not exceed the tolerance limits given in the specifications,
otherwise this may cause malfunction and dangerous
operation.
• Emergency stop devices complying with IEC/EN 60204-1 must
be effective in all operating modes of the automation devices.
Unlatching the emergency-stop devices must not cause restart.
• Devices that are designed for mounting in housings or control
cabinets must only be operated and controlled after they have
been installed with the housing closed. Desktop or portable
units must only be operated and controlled in enclosed
housings.
• Measures should be taken to ensure the proper restart of
programs interrupted after a voltage dip or failure. This should
not cause dangerous operating states even for a short time.
If necessary, emergency-stop devices should be implemented.
• Wherever faults in the automation system may cause
damage to persons or property, external measures must be
implemented to ensure a safe operating state in the event of
a fault or malfunction (for example, by means of separate limit
switches, mechanical interlocks etc.).
Eaton Industries GmbH
Safety instructions
• Suitable safety hardware and software measures should be
implemented for the I/O interface so that a line or wire
breakage on the signal side does not result in undefined
states in the automation devices.
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Contents
About this manual
List of revisions
Additional manuals
Target group
Abbreviations and symbols
1
Signal modules
Overview of the signal modules for XC-CPU100/200
Accessories
Assembly
PLC connection
Engineering notes
– Arrangement of the modules according to current
consumption 12
– Arrangement of the modules with increased ambient
temperature 12
Slot assignment in the backplanes
Mounting the backplane
– Mounting on the top hat rail
– Mounting on the mounting plate
Detaching the backplane
Mounting the signal modules
Detaching the signal modules
Fixing the terminal block
Wiring up the I/O signals
– Wiring up the screw terminal block
– Wiring up the spring-loaded terminal block
– Terminal capacities of the terminal blocks
Wiring the digital input module (24 V DC)
Wiring up the digital output module (24 V DC)
– Wiring up the relay output module
RC peak-suppression filter
Fuse
Supply voltage for relay operation
– Wiring up the transistor output module
Freewheel diode
S and C terminals
Wiring of the XIOC-32DI input module and the
XIOC-32DO output module
Wiring of the analog modules
– Signal selector with the analog modules
Connecting signal cables
Expansion of the XI/OC bus in the easySoft-CoDeSys
Dimensions
– Signal modules
– Backplane
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Temperature acquisition modules
XIOC-4T-PT
– Features
– Wiring
– Data evaluation
1. Range: –50 to +400 °C (Pt100/Pt1000)
Example 1
Example 2
2. Range: –20 to +40 °C (Pt100)
Example 1
Example 2
– Conversion tables
– Fault retrieval
Faults that affect a single channel
Faults that affect more than one channel
XIOC-4AI-T
– Features
– Connection
– Configuration and Parameterization
Defining Measurement Parameters
Measurement range
– Diagnostics
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Counter modules XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
Assembly
– RESET button on the module
– LED display
Programming
– Mode/operating mode switch
Connecting an incremental encoder to the counter input
– Two incremental encoders
Cable with attached connector for the
counter module
– Incremental encoder with differential output
– Incremental encoder with NPN transistor output
– Incremental encoder with NPN transistor output
(open-collector)38
Incremental encoder with PNP transistor output
(open-collector)
Connecting devices to the Y outputs
Function summary
– Linear counter
Parameterizing the comparison value,
setting module outputs
Overflow flag
Change actual value
Use of the reference input
Example of a linear counter, with the functions:
– Ring counter
Parameterizing the comparison value,
setting module outputs
Change actual value
Example of a ring counter, with the functions:
– Additional functions for linear and ring counters
Counter RUN/STOP when CPU has STOP state
Polarity of the reference input
Configure counter features
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Processing of commands
Set start value
Set end value
Set comparison value
Assign module outputs to the comparison value
1 or 2
Enable module output
Set setpoint value
Enable reference input
Enable counter input
Set new actual value
Reset Latch output and Equal flag (EQ)
Read out start value
Read out end value
Read out comparison value
Read out setpoint value
Read actual (= current) values
Read out flags
Clear Overflow flag
Clear Underflow flag
Read out flags
State display in the controller configuration
– FLAG summary
– Functional sequence for pulse processing (example)
Linear counter
Ring counter
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Features
LEDs
Programming and configuration
– Information exchange via the input/output image
Input map
Output image
Configuration of the base parameters
Edge evaluation of the count impulse, 1x, 2x or 4x
Number of reference verifications (once, permanent)
Output of the analog value
Behavior of the module with CPU RUN/STOP
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Counter analog module XIOC-2CNT-2AO-INC
Serial interface module XIOC-SER
Features
LED display
Design of the RS422-/RS485 interface
Select the module in the configurator of the
easySoft-CoDeSys
Configuration of the interface
– “Transparent mode” operating mode
– “Suconet-K mode (slave)” operating mode
Master connection t XIOC-SER
Setting the bus termination resistors
Configuration in the Sucosoft S40
Diagnostics on the master
Diagnostics on the slave
Access to the receive and send data
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Telecontrol module XIOC-TC1
Features
LED display
Design of the RS422-/RS485 interface
Select the module in the configurator of the
easySoft-CoDeSys
Configuration of the interface
– “Transparent mode” operating mode
Access to the receive and send data
Communications library for DNP3 protocol V1.1
– Prerequisites
– DNP3 communication and data model
– Function summary
Function DNP3_Create
Function DNP3_Destroy
Function DNP3_Execute
FUNCTION DNP3_OpenCom : DNP3RESULT
Function DNP3_CloseCom
Function DNP3_SetBI
Function DNP3_SetAI
Function DNP3_SetCI
Function DNP3_SetBIwEvent
Function DNP3_SetAIwEvent
Function DNP3_SetCIwEvent
Function DNP3_GetBI
Function DNP3_GetAI
Function DNP3_GetCI
Function DNP3_GetBO
Function DNP3_GetAO
Function DNP3_SetDbgLevel
– Programming
– FLAGs definition in DNP3
Binary data types flag definition
Flag definition for non-binary data types
Function code according to DNP3 level 2
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Suconet K module (master) XIOC-NET-SK-M
Features
LED display
Design of the Suconet K (RS 485-)interface
Select the module in the configurator of the
easySoft-CoDeSys
Configuration of the interface
Setting the bus termination resistors
Access to the receive and send data
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PROFIBUS-DP modules XIOC-NET-DP-M / XIOC-NET-DP-S
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Determination of the bus cycle time:
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Task control in online operation
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Response time on PROFIBUS-DP
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XC200: multitasking mode
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XC100: status indication of the PROFIBUS-DP slave
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Example: Data transfer XC200 (master) n XC100 (slave) 81
Diagnostics of the PROFIBUS-DP slaves
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– Implement diagnostics
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– Diagnostics data evaluation
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Monitoring data exchange
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– Coarse diagnostics with variable from
GETBUSSTATE type
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Create variables of the GETBUSSTATE type
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– Detailed diagnostics with
DIAGGETSTATE function block85
Inputs/outputs of the DIAGGETSTATE function block 86
Diagnostics in the slave control
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– Query master and connection status
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– Diagnostic module “xDPS_SendDiag”
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Meanings of the operands
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Description
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Application example for sending diagnostics data
(with the xDPS_SendDiag function block)
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Program example for diagnostics in the master control
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– Create configuration
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Configuration of the XIOC-NET-DP-M
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Configure XION station
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Configuration of the EM4/LE4 module
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– Structure of the program example with a master
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– Function of the program example
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– Function of the diagnostics program
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– Function of the data exchange (monitoring)
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– Program example for diagnostics with a master
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Global variable declaration
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PROGRAM PLC_PRG
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PROGRAMM DIAG_DP
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Parametric programming of the LE4 with analog
inputs/outputs
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Hardware and software prerequisites
Features
– PROFIBUS-DP interface
– Switches for bus termination resistors
– Status and diagnostics display (LEDs)
DP module operation
– Download behavior
– Behavior after switch on of the supply voltage
– Behavior after RUN l STOP transition
– Behavior after interruption of the DP line
Process analysis
Configuration XIOC-NET-DP-S/M
Data exchange
– PROFIBUS-DP module (master) t slaves
– PROFIBUS-DP master t DP-S module
– XC100/XC200 t DP-M module
XC100: cyclic data exchange
XC200: Periodic data exchange (monotasking)
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Technical data
XControl
Digital input modules
Digital output modules
– Transistor output modules
– Relay output module
Digital input/output modules
– Configuration and programming of the
digital inputs/outputs
Analog input modules
Analog output module
Analog input/output modules
Temperature acquisition module XIOC-4T-PT
Temperature acquisition module XIOC-4AI-T
Counter module
Counter analog module
Serial interface module/Telecontrol module
Suconet-K module (master)
PROFIBUS-DP module
Index
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About this manual
List of revisions
The following significant amendments have been introduced since
previous issues AWB2725-1452G:
Publication
date
Page
Key word
10/02
33
Counter modules XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
102
Digital input/output modules
04/03
18
Terminal capacities of the terminal blocks
97, 98, 100, 101, 102
Technical data
102
Configuration and programming of the digital inputs/outputs
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Analog input/output modules
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XIOC-16DI-110VAC
10/03
12/03
New
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Note
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100, 107
XIOC-32DI/
XIOC-32DO
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XIOC-BP-EXT
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XIOC-2CNT-2AO-INC
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XIOC-SER
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XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1-I1
XIOC-4AI-2AO-U1-I1
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Programming
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Programming and configuration
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Gap-Time
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PROFIBUS-DP modules XIOC-NET-DP-M / XIOC-NET-DP-S
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XIOC-SER module
Suconet-K mode (Slave)
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Wiring XIOC-32DI/DO, conductor colour
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Suconet K module (master) XIOC-NET-SK-M
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04/04
Modification
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XIOC-NET-DP-S
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XIOC-4AI-T
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unchanged
editing date
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Note
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Assignment of the diagnostics information
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Technical data
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“Suconet-K mode (slave)” operating mode, Parameterization
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Configuration in the Sucosoft S40
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General
XIOC-16DO-S deleted
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XIOC-16DI/XIOC-8DI
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XIOC-16DO/XIOC-8DO
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XIOC-TC1
General
Changeover to Eaton document numbers
This manual describes the XIOC signal module for the
XC-CPU100/200 expandable PLC types.
In Chapter 1 you will find information on mounting and wiring,
which is applicable to all the signal modules.
Chapter 9 provides comprehensive technical data.
This chapter also starts with a general section.
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Specific features are then dealt with separately or where it proves
to be more useful, combined in groups. The other chapters contain
product specific information which applies to the modules.
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About this manual
Additional manuals
Abbreviations and symbols
The PLC types used in conjunction with the signal modules are
described in the following manuals:
The abbreviations and symbols used in this manual have the
following meanings:
PLC type
Manual No.
XC-CPU100
MN05003004Z-EN
(previously AWB2724-1453GB)
XC-CPU200
MN05003001Z-EN
(previously AWB2724-1491GB)
XC-CPU600
AWB2700-1428GB
The manuals are also available online as PDF files at:
http://www.eaton.com/moeller a Support
Enter the above mentioned manual number in order to find it
quickly.
Target group
Read this manual carefully, before you install the signal module
and start using it. We assume that you are familiar with basic physical concepts and are experienced in reading technical drawings
and dealing with electrical equipment.
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I/O
Input/Output
PLC
Programmable Logic Controller
Io
Input current
I1
Output current
Uo
Input voltage
U1
Output voltage
In Chapter 3 Counter modules XIOC-…CNT-100kHz there is an
“n” in the designation for several function block inputs and
outputs. This “n” is a wildcard. For example, the designation
“CounternEnable” for the inputs “Counter1Enable” and
“Counter2Enable” of the “CounterControl” function block.
All dimensions are in millimeters, unless otherwise specified.
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X
Abbreviations and symbols
Indicates instructions on what to do
h Draws your attention to interesting tips and supplementary information
h
Caution!
warns of the risk of material damage.
i
Warning!
Indicates the risk of major damage to property, or slight
injury.
j
Danger!
Indicates the risk of major damage to property, or serious
or fatal injury.
For greater clarity, the name of the current chapter is shown in the
header of the left-hand page and the name of the current section
in the header of the right-hand page. Exceptions are the first page
of each chapter, and empty pages at the end.
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1 Signal modules
Overview of the signal modules for XC-CPU100/200
Designation
Type
Technical data
Backplane
XIOC-BP-XC
For CPU with power supply unit
XIOC-BP-XC1
For CPU with power supply unit, 1 signal module
XIOC-BP-2
For 2 signal modules
XIOC-BP-3
For 3 signal modules
XIOC-BP-EXT
I/O module for expansion
XIOC-8DI/-16DI/-32DI
8 channels/16 channels, 32 channels 24 V DC
XIOC-16DI-110VAC
16 channels, 110 to 120 V AC
XIOC-16DI-AC
16 channels, 200 to 240 V AC
XIOC-8DO/16DO
8 channels/16 channels, transistor output 24 V DC (source type)
XIOC-32DO
32 channels, transistor output 24 V DC (source type)
Digital input module
Digital output module
XIOC-12DO-R
12 channels, relay output
Digital input/output
module
XIOC--16DX
16 input channels, 24 V DC
12 output channels, transistor output 24 V DC (source type)
Analog input module
XIOC-8AI-I2
Current input (channels 0 to 7) 4 to 20 mA, 12 bit
XIOC-8AI-U1
Voltage input (channels 0 to 7) 0 to 10 V DC,12 bit
XIOC-8AI-U2
Voltage input (channels 0 to 7) –10 to +10 V DC,12 bit
XIOC-4T-PT
PT100/1000 input (channels 0 to 3) 15 bit, signed
XIOC-4AI-T
4 analog inputs for thermocouples (channels 0 to 3) 15 bit, signed
XIOC-2AO-U1-2AO-I2
Voltage output (channels 0 to 1) 0 to 10 V DC,
Current output (channels 2 to 3) 4 to 20 mA, 12 bit
XIOC-2AO-U2
Voltage output (channel 0 + 1) –10 to 10 V DC
XIOC-4AO-U2
Voltage output (channels 0 to 3) –10 to 10 V DC
XIOC-4AO-U1
Voltage output (channels 0 to 3) 0 to 10 V DC
XIOC-4AI-2AO-U1
Voltage input (channels 0 to 3) 0 to 10 V DC, 14 bit
Voltage output (channels 0 to 1) 0 to 10 V DC, 12 bit
XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1
Voltage input (channels 0 to 1) 0 to 10 V DC, 14 bit
Voltage output (channel 0) 0 to 10 V DC, 12 bit
XIOC-4AI-2AO-U1-I1
Voltage input (channels 0 to 3) 0 to 10 V DC, 14 bit
or current input (channels 0 to 3) 0 to 20 mA, 14 bit
Voltage output (channels 0 to 1) 0 to 10 V DC, 12 bit
or current output (channels 0 to 1) 0 to 20 mA, 12 bit
XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1-I1
Voltage input (channels 0 to 1) 0 to 10 V DC, 14 bit
or current input (channels 0 to 1) 0 to 20 mA, 14 bit
Voltage output (channel 0) 0 to 10 V DC, 12 bit
or current output (channel 0) 0 to 20 mA, 12 bit
XIOC-1CNT-100kHz
1 channel, Input for fast counter, maximum frequency 100 kHz, switchable 1/2-phase,
2 open-collector outputs
XIOC-2CNT-100 kHz
2 channels, Input for fast counter, maximum frequency 100 kHz, switchable 1/2-phase,
2 open-collector outputs per channel
Counter analog module
XIOC-2CNT-2AO-INC
Input for fast counters, maximum frequency of 400 kHz; 2 channels, output –10 to +10 V
Serial interface module
XIOC-SER
Serial interface, selectable: RS 232, RS 422, RS 485, SUCONET K mode (slave)
Telecontrol module
XIOC-TC1
Transparent, MODBUS, Master/Slave, SUCOM-A, DNP3
Analog output module
Analog input/output
module
Counter module
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Accessories
Designation
Type
Comments
Spring-cage terminals
XIOC-TERM-18T
For digital and analog I/O
modules
Screw terminals
XIOC-TERM-18S
Plug/cable
XIOC-TERM32
For 32-pole digital input/
output modules
Figure 2:
XC-CPU100/200 with XI/OC signal modules
Assembly
Engineering notes
a
b
0 1 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15
c
d
Arrangement of the modules according to current
consumption
The CPU supplies other XI/OC modules from its integrated power
supply unit. Generally, these modules should be arranged so that
the modules with the higher internal current consumption
(e.g. XIOC 2CNT-…) are connected first to the CPU. The modules
with a lower current consumption should then follow.
Arrangement of the modules with increased ambient
temperature
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Figure 1:
Assembly of a signal module
a Interlock
b LED changeover switch for XIOC-32DI/XIOC-32DO;
the modules are equipped with 16 LEDs for displaying the
input/output (I/O) display state. Depending on the position of the
changeover switch, the LEDs indicate the I/O’s 0 – 15
(switch at front) or 16 – 31 (switch at rear).
The LED designated with “+” lights up when I/O 16 – 31 are
displayed.
c LED display
d I/O cover
e Terminal block
PLC connection
The XI/OC modules are the I/O modules for the XC-CPU100/200
PLC types. The following diagrams show the assembly of XI/OC
modules which are connected to a PLC.
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If the modules are used in ambient air temperature > 40° C or with
limited convection (e.g. enclosed CI enclosure), measures should
be implemented to prevent excessive rises in heat dissipation.
This can be achieved by derating certain modules.
Technical features
Module type
Limit value at …
< 40 °C
> 40 °C
XIOC-16DI-AC
Simultaneity factor
1
0.75
XIOC-16DO
Rated operational current
per common potential
terminal
8A
8A
XIOC--16DX
Simultaneity factor
1
0.5
Module arrangement
any
1)
1) Locate not directly beside CPU and not directly beside further
XIOC-16DX
Further details concerning engineering can be found in the
manuals:
• XC-CPU100: MN05003004Z-EN
(previously AWB2724-1453GB)
• XC-CPU200: MN05003001Z-EN
(previously AWB2724-1491GB)
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Slot assignment in the backplanes
Slot assignment in the backplanes
h • If you wish to expand existing basic expansion with
6 or 7 I/O modules, you will need to replace an existing
rack (backplane) (XIOC-BP-2/XIOC-BP-3) by a bus
expansion (XIOC-BP-EXT). The bus expansion may only
be positioned at the position indicated in Figure4.
The XI/OC modules are plugged onto backplanes that provide the
connection to the PLC. The modules are also interconnected
through the backplane.
The integrated bus system ensures interference-free transmission
between the individual slots on the bus. In addition, the bus
system supplies the individual modules with the voltage that is
required for internal signal processing.
The supply voltage for the I/O electronics is applied directly to the
corresponding I/O modules.
Five different backplanes are available: Four different backplanes
are available:
As a rule, the first backplane, which is used to take the
XC-CPU100/200 CPU type is a basic backplane. You can add on
several expansion backplanes to the right side. The backplanes
must be arranged so that one CPU module for basic expansion and
a maximum of seven XI/OC signal modules can be planned
(a fig. 4).
Through the use of bus expansion, you can add further backplanes
consisting of CPU and 5, 6 or 7 I/O modules to the basic expansion.
The bus expansion has the same design and the same dimensions
as the XIOC-BP-3 expansion backplane. However, it is equipped
with additional components for amplification of the bus signals.
The arrangement of the bus expansion with the basic expansion is
fixed (a fig. 4). The maximum expansion stage can accept 15
XIOC I/O modules.
XIOC-BP-XC1
XIOC-BP-XC
d
a
b
c
• In the PLC Configuration, the 7th element
“EXTENSION-SLOT[SLOT]” with the “Replace element”
function is to be replaced by the “EXTENSION-SLOT”
element. A total of up to 15 slots are indicated.
Table 1:
Slot assignment in the backplanes
Backplane
Slots
1
b
CPU with power
supply unit
–
XIOC-BP-XC1
(Basic backplane)
CPU with power
supply unit
I/O module
XIOC-BP-2
(ExpansionRack)
I/O module
–
XIOC-BP-3
(ExpansionRack)
I/O module
XIOC-BP-EXT
(bus expansion)
I/O module for expansion
XIOC-BP-3/XIOC-BP-EXT
XIOC-BP-2
d
e
3
XIOC-BP-XC
(Basic backplane)
d
a
2
a
b
c
e
d
a
b
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XC600
d
Figure 3:
a
b
c
d
e
Top left: expandable backplane
Top right: expandable backplane
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Bus expansion connector (socket)
Bus expansion connector (plug)
CPU
Maximum basic
expansion
XIOC-BP-XC
1
CPU
XIOC-BP-XC
1
4
XIOC-BP-3
2
XIOC-BP-2
XIOC-BP-XC1
Figure 4:
3
XIOC-BP-2 XIOC-BP-2
XIOC-BP-XC1
Maximum total
expansion
2
3
5
6
7
XIOC-BP-3
XIOC-BP-3
4
5
XIOC-BP-3
XIOC-BP-2 XIOC-BP-2
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
XIOC-BP-EXT
XIOC-BP-3
XIOC-BP-2 XIOC-BP-2
XIOC-BP-EXT
XIOC-BP-3
XIOC-BP-2 XIOC-BP-2
Maximum expansion of the I/O modules without and with XI/OC bus expansion
How to implement the software bus expansion in the PLC
configurator of the easySoft-CoDeSys is described from
Page 23.
Mounting the backplane
The backplane can either be snapped onto a top hat (DIN) rail,
or screwed directly onto the mounting plate.
i
Warning!
The expansion module rack must only be plugged in or
pulled out when the power is switched off. First detach
the CPU or I/O modules that were plugged into the
module rack. Discharge yourself from any electrostatic
charge before touching electronic modules. Voltage peaks
on the bus connector may cause malfunction or damage
to the modules.
h Mounting of the controls is described in:
• MN05003004Z-EN (previously AWB2724-1453GB) for
XC-CPU100
• MN05003001Z-EN (previously AWB2724-1491GB) for
XC-CPU200
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Detaching the backplane
Mounting on the top hat rail
Use a screwdriver to pull out the locking bar until the catch
snaps into position. The locking bar is then held in this position
1 .
X Place the backplane on the top hat rail so that the top edge of
the rail fits into the slot, and then slide the backplane into the
correct position 2 .
X Press down the catch of the locking bar. The bar snaps in behind
the edge of the top-hat rail. Check that the backplane is firmly
seated 3 .
X If you want to fit an expansion backplane: push it to the left,
until the bus connector of the expansion backplane can be
plugged into the bus connector socket of the basic rack or
expansion backplane. Take care that the bus connectors of the
backplanes are completely engaged, in order to ensure reliable
electrical contact.
X
Mounting on the mounting plate
The spring contacts that protrude from the back of the backplane
are intended to provide a ground for the modules. They must have
a reliable electrical contact with the mounting plate.
Take care that the contact areas are protected from corrosion and
– if you are using painted mounting plates – that the paint layer is
removed from the contact areas.
X
Plug the bus connector of the expansion backplane into the bus
connector of the basic rack or expansion backplane. Take care
that the bus connectors of the backplanes are completely
engaged, in order to ensure reliable electrical contact.
Detaching the backplane
Use a screwdriver to pull out the locking bar until the catch
snaps into position.
The locking bar is then held in this position 1 .
X Only with expansion backplanes: Slide the expansion backplane
along the top hat rail to the right until the bus connectors are
disengaged.
X Take the backplane off the rail.
X
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54.5
53.5
35
53.5
a
2
3.5
90
3
1
54.5
53.5
35
53.5
a
3.5
Figure 5:
Mounting on a 35 mm top hat (DIN) rail,
top left: XIOC-BP-XC1, (XIOC-BP-3)
bottom left: XIOC-BP-XC, (XIOC-BP-2)
a 35 mm top hat rail
16
60
3
See also dimensions on Page 24.
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Mounting the signal modules
Mounting the signal modules
Fixing the terminal block
Insert the loop on the bottom of the module into the hole in the
backplane 1 .
X Press the top of the module onto the backplane, until you hear
it click into position 2 .
X
X
2
Plug the lower end of the terminal block onto the module board.
Screw in the fixing screw a short way 1 .
X Push the top end of the terminal block onto the module until
you hear it snap into position 2 .
X Hold the top end of the terminal block firmly, and tighten up the
fixing screw 3 .
X Tug on the top end of the terminal block, to check that it is
firmly seated and cant come loose 4 .
2
1
3
Figure 6:
1
Mounting the signal modules
Figure 8:
Fixing the terminal block
Detaching the signal modules
Press in the catch 1 .
Keep the catch pressed in and pull the top of the module
forwards 2 .
X Lift up the module and remove it 3 .
X
X
1
3
2
Figure 7:
Detaching the modules
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Wiring up the I/O signals
Wiring up the screw terminal block
Terminal capacities of the terminal blocks
h
Caution!
For UL applications, the power supply cables to the
XIOC-8DO, -16DO, -12DO-R, -16DX modules must have a
cross-section of AWG16 (1.3 mm2).
Table 2:
Figure 9:
Wiring up the screw terminal block
Cable connection
Conductor
Screw connection
Spring-loaded
connection
solid core
0.5 to 2.5 mm2
0.14 to 1.0 mm2
flexible with
ferrule
0.5 to 1.5 mm2
The cables are to be
inserted into the
terminals with out
the use of ferrules or
cable lugs.
stranded
–
0.34 to 1.0 mm2
Wiring the digital input module (24 V DC)
I0
h
I1
Please observe the following notes:
I2
I3
• All terminals have M3 screws.
• Tighten up the screws to a torque of 0.71 to 1.02 Nm.
• If cable lugs are to be used they may have a maximum
external diameter of 6 mm.
• Do not attach more than 2 cable lugs to one terminal.
• Use a cable with a maximum conductor cross-section
of 0.75 mm2 or 0.5 mm2, if two cable lugs are going to
be fixed to the same terminal.
I4
I5
I6
I7
0V
The spring-loaded terminal block has the same basic design as the
screw terminal block. The difference lies in the way the cable is
connected.
h
18
Caution!
The cables are to be inserted into the terminals with out
the use of ferrules or cable lugs.
I9
I10
I11
I12
I13
I14
I15
0V
24 V H
0VH
Figure 10:
Wiring up the spring-loaded terminal block
I8
Example of external wiring for the DC input
XIOC-8DI/16DI/32DI (here 16 DI)
• When an ON signal is applied to all input terminals, the current
drawn via the input contacts is typically 4 mA.
• Sensors, such as proximity switches or photoelectric switches,
can be directly attached, provided that they are current-sinking
types (open-collector). Sensors that have a voltage output must
be connected to the inputs via transistors.
• Use cables with a maximum length of 30 meters.
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Wiring up the digital output
module (24 V DC)
Wiring up the digital output module (24 V DC)
Wiring up the transistor output module
a
Wiring up the relay output module
I0
I1
I2
I3
24 V H
+
I4
–
b
I5
0
I6
6
1
24 V H
+
7
2
8
3
4
a
5
I11
I12
I13
I14
I15
0V
10
C
Figure 13:
C
24 V H
100/240 V h
24 V
I9
I10
9
11
h
I7
I8
External wiring of the transistor output
XIOC-8DO/-16DO/32DO, here: 16DO
(positive logic, source type)
a Diode
Figure 11:
External wiring of the relay output XIOC-12DO-R
a Fuse
b RC peak-suppression filter or diode
Freewheel diode
When using inductive loads, connect a freewheel diode in
parallel.
X
RC peak-suppression filter
X When an inductive load is present, wire an RC peak-suppression
filter (capacitor 0.1 mF and resistor about 100 O) parallel to the
load. For DC loads, freewheel diodes must be used.
Fuse
X There is no fuse inside the module. Fit a 6 A fuse in the circuit
(common) to protect the external wiring from being burnt out.
S and C terminals
Always connect up the S and C terminals. If the module is operated
without these terminals being connected, then the freewheel
diodes cant carry out their function, and there is a danger that the
module will not function correctly, or may even be damaged.
Supply voltage for relay operation
X Observe the polarity of the 24 V DC connection. Incorrect wiring
can damage the internal circuitry.
1000
24 V DC, L load
Switching operations (x 10000)
500
240 V AC, R load
100
240 V AC, L load
10
1
Figure 12:
24 V DC, R load
0,1
0,5
1
2
Switching current [A]
Operating life diagram for the relay contacts
The operating life of a contact is inversely proportional to the
square of the current. Any overload currents that occur, or directly
connected capacitive loads, can therefore drastically reduce the
operating life of a relay.
The transistor output module is to be preferred for high-frequency
switching operations.
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Wiring of the XIOC-32DI input module and the XIOC-32DO
output module
The modules have a 40-pole plug connector. Connect the module
with external terminals via the plug with connected cable
(XIOC-TERM32). The number of the connector pin can be seen in the
following diagram. Verify the assignment of conductor – connector
pin (number). The cross-section of the conductors is 0.4 mm.
XIOC-32xx
Figure 14:
No.
20
Conductor
colour
Signal name
Signal name
XIOC-32DI
XIOC-32DO
1
21
20
40
XIOC-
No.
Cable with connector (XIOC-TERM32)
Conductor
colour
Signal name
Signal name
XIOC-32DI
XIOC-32DO
1
white
0
0
21
white/blue
16
16
2
brown
1
1
22
brown/blue
17
17
3
green
2
2
23
white/red
18
18
4
yellow
3
3
24
brown/red
19
19
5
grey
4
4
25
white/black
20
20
6
pink
5
5
26
brown/black
21
21
7
blue
6
6
27
grey/green
22
22
8
red
7
7
28
yellow/grey
23
23
9
black
C
C
29
pink/green
C
C
10
purple
8
S
30
yellow/pink
24
S
11
grey/pink
9
8
31
green/blue
25
24
12
blue/red
10
9
32
yellow/blue
26
25
13
white/green
11
10
33
green/red
27
26
14
brown/green
12
11
34
yellow/red
28
27
15
white/yellow
13
12
35
green/black
29
28
16
yellow/brown
14
13
36
yellow/black
30
29
17
white/grey
15
14
37
grey/blue
31
30
18
grey/brown
C
15
38
pink/blue
C
31
19
white/pink
---
C
39
grey/red
---
C
20
pink/brown
---
S
40
pink/red
---
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Wiring of the analog modules
Wiring of the analog modules
Only use shielded cables for connection to external equipment.
Route the cables separately from power leads or signal cables
that carry differential voltages.
X Depending on the prevailing electromagnetic environment, one
or both ends of the shielding should be grounded.
X Lay the AC supply power cables in separate ducts to those used
for signal or data cables.
X Lay signal and data cables as close as possible to the grounded
surfaces of the switchgear cabinet.
X
X
Signal selector with the analog modules
You can set the “voltage” or “current” signal types for each input
and output with the XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1-I1 and
XIOC-4AI-1AO-U1-I1 analog modules. The setting is implemented
via the 6-pole DIP switch. In the factory default state all input and
output switches are set to facilitate the processing of voltage
signals. The characteristics of the inputs and outputs can be
viewed in the technical data a page 108.
a
Input
I0
I1
I2
I3
Output
Q0
Q1
a
I [mA]
U [V]
1
Figure 15:
2
3
4
5
6
DIP switch for setting the “voltage” (U) or “current” (I)
signal type
The “voltage” factory default state is set in the figure.
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Connecting signal cables
ab
End of the screened cables:
X
Figure 16:
Strip back the screen at the end of the
cables and insulate it, e.g with heat
shrink.
Shielding of signal cables, overview
a Screen earth kit for top-hat rail
b Screen earth kit for mounting plate
A Detailed view in Figure17
X
FM 4/TS 35
(Weidmüller)
X
M4
X
ZB4-102-KS1
X
X
KLBü 3-8 SC
(Weidmüller)
X
ZB4-102-KS1
Figure 17:
22
Screen earth kit for top-hat rail (top) or mounting plate (bottom) with contact
clamp or wire clamp, detailed view
Remove the cable sheath in the contact
clamp area.
Place one contact clamp on each stripped
section of the signal cables or press the
stripped section into the snap fastener of
the clamp strap.
Connect the contact clamp or the clamp
strap with a low-impedance connection to
the top-hat rail or mounting plate.
Attach the top-hat rail to the mounting
plate.
Ensure that all the contact areas are
protected from corrosion and – if you are
using painted mounting plates – that the
paint layer is removed from the contact
areas.
Earth the mounting rail using as large a
surface as possible.
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Expansion of the XI/OC bus in
the easySoft-CoDeSys
Expansion of the XI/OC bus in the easySoft-CoDeSys
The bus expansion with the XIOC-BP-EXT backplane to a
maximum of 15 slots is implemented on the software side in the
PLC configuration of the easySoft-CoDeSys.
h In total, a maximum of 15 slots are possible with an
XC100/XC200 PLC a figure 4 on Page 14.
When creating a new configuration, the first 7 slots are created as
EMPTY-SLOTs. Slot 7 can be replaced by an EXTENSION-SLOT.
This allows the creation of a new node which enables expansion
of up to 15 EMPTY-SLOTs.
The expansion backplane can be integrated as follows:
Open the PLC Configurator
Click with the right mouse button in the last EMPTY-SLOT.
X Select the “Replace element” command.
X Select EXTENSION-SLOT with a double-click in a new window.
X
X
Figure 19:
Figure 18:
Maximal configuration XC100
Expansion backplane configuration
The following illustration indicates the maximum configuration of
the I/O slot.
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Dimensions
Signal modules
39
53.5
100
30
50
95
53.5
Signal modules
1
Figure 20:
3
90
50
3.5
60
16
XIOC-BP-XC1, XIOC-BP-3, XIOC-BP-EXT backplane
(rack)
73
Figure 23:
XIOC-32DI, XIOC-32DO with XIOC-TERM32 connector
88
Backplane
35.5
Figure 21:
5
50
95
21
39
14
50
53.5
8.5
M4
3
4.5
60
3.5
21
1
50
53.5
Figure 24:
16
Figure 22:
24
Dimension of the backplanes XIOC-BP-XC, XIOC-BP-2
Dimensions of the backplanes
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2 Temperature acquisition modules
Three temperature ranges are available, that can be selected via
DIP switches.
Accuracy (ºC)
Pt100 (IEC751) and Pt1000 resistance thermometers can be
connected to the XIOC-4T-PT temperature acquisition module.
Temperature
measurement range (ºC)
Features
Setting the temperature range
Type of resistance
thermometer
Table 3:
XIOC-4T-PT
Pt100
–20 to + 40
± 0.5
DIP switch
ON
OFF
1 2 3
4
5
6
7
8
4
5
6
7
8
4
5
6
7
8
1, 2, 5 = ON
Pt100
–50 to + 400
±3
ON
OFF
a
3, 6 = ON
Pt1000
–50 to + 400
±6
ON
OFF
Figure 25:
a DIP switch
DIP switch position for temperature setting
1 2 3
1 2 3
4, 7 = ON
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Temperature acquisition
modules
Wiring
b0
A0
B0
RTD
NC
b1
A1
B1
RTD
NC
b2
a
A2
B2
NC
b3
A3
B3
RTD
NC
+24V
0V
b
24 V H
c
Figure 26:
Wiring example
a Join the terminals of unused inputs (b2-B2-A2 in the diagram).
Unused inputs have an indefinite status. The value is 7FFFhex.
b The shielding of the cable can be grounded at one or both ends,
depending on the interference situation.
c External supply voltage, 24 V DC
RTD = Resistance Temperature Detector
NC = Not connected/unused
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XIOC-4T-PT
Data evaluation
1. Range: –50 to +400 °C (Pt100/Pt1000)
The temperature is converted into a signed 15 bit value. The
weighting of the bits can be seen in the following diagram.
b15
b14
b13
b12
b11
b10
b9
b8
b7
b6
b5
b4
b3
b2
b1
b0
°C
–800
200
50
400
100
12.5
25
3,125
6.25
0.781
1,563
0.195
0.391
0.0488
0.0977
0.0244
Example 1
F800hex = 1 1 1 1
1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
8hex
0hex
0hex
Fhex
If you enter these bit values in the table above, the result is the
following value:
(–800 + 400 + 200 + 100 + 50) °C = –50 °C
Example 2
0600hex = 0 0 0 0
0 1 1 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
6hex
0hex
0hex
0hex
(25 + 12.5) °C = 37.5 °C
If the measured value for the temperature lies outside the range
(< –51 °C or > 410 °C), then the data value is displayed as
7FFFhex.
The relationship between temperature and the measured value is
shown by the following equation and the diagram.
Temperature (°C) =
Decimal value, e.g. 256 (0100hex)
40.96
= 6.26 (°C)
Val-
4000hex
3000hex
2000hex
1000hex
–50
0800hex
0 50
F800hex
Figure 27:
100
200
300
400
[˚C]
Temperature/measurement diagram
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Temperature acquisition
modules
2. Range: –20 to +40 °C (Pt100)
The temperature is converted into a signed 15 bit value. The
weighting of the bits can be seen in the following diagram.
b15
b14
b13
b12
b11
b10
b9
b8
b7
b6
b5
b4
b3
b2
b1
b0
°C
-80
20
40
5
10
1.25
2.5
0.312
0.625
0.078
0.156
0.019
0.0390
0.005
0.01
0.002
Conversion tables
Example 1
E000hex = 1 1 1 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0hex
0hex
0hex
Ehex
Table 4:
Conversion table for Pt100 (–20 to +40 °C)
Temperature
(ºC) 1)
Decimal
value
Hexadecimal
value
Pt100 resistance (O)
-25
55296
D800
90.19
-20
57344
E000
92.16
-15
59392
E800
94.12
-10
61440
F000
96.09
-5
63488
F800
98.04
(2.5 + 1.25) °C = 3.75 °C
0
0
0000
100.00
If the measured value for the temperature lies outside the range
(< –25 °C or > 45 °C), then the data value is displayed as 7FFFhex.
5
2048
0800
101.95
10
4096
1000
103.90
The relationship between temperature and the measured value is
shown by the following equation and the diagram.
15
6144
1800
105.85
20
8192
2000
107.79
25
10240
2800
109.73
30
12288
3000
111.67
35
14336
3800
113.61
40
16384
4000
115.54
45
18432
4800
117.47
If you enter these bit values in the table above, the result is the
following value:
(–80 + 40 + 20) °C = –20 °C
Example 2
0600hex = 0 0 0 0
0 1 1 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
6hex
0hex
0hex
0hex
Temperature (°C) =
Decimal value, e.g. 256 (0100hex)
409.6
= 0.626 (°C)
Val-
4000hex
1) The technical data refer to the range from –20 to 40 ºC.
3000hex
2000hex
1000hex
0800hex
–20
0 5
E000hex
Figure 28:
28
10
20
30
Temperature/measurement diagram
40
[˚C]
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Table 5:
XIOC-4T-PT
Conversion table for Pt100/Pt1000 (–50 to +400 °C)
Temperature (ºC)1)
Decimal
value
Hexadecimal
value
Pt100 resistance (O)2)
Temperature (ºC)1)
Decimal
value
Hexadecimal
value
Pt100 resistance (O)2)
-60
63078
F666
72.33
110
4506
1199
142.29
-55
63283
F733
78.32
120
4915
1333
146.06
-50
63488
F800
80.31
130
5325
14CC
149.82
-45
63693
F8CC
82.29
140
5734
1666
153.58
-40
63898
F999
84.27
150
6144
1800
157.31
-35
64102
FA66
86.25
160
6554
1999
161.04
-30
64307
FB33
88.22
170
6963
1B33
164.76
-25
64512
FC00
90.19
180
7373
1CCC
168.46
-20
64717
FCCC
92.16
190
7782
1E66
172.16
-15
64922
FD99
94.12
200
8192
2000
175.84
-10
65126
FE66
96.09
210
8602
2199
179.51
-5
65331
FF33
98.04
220
9011
2333
183.17
0
0
0000
100.00
230
9421
24CC
186.82
5
205
00CC
101.95
240
9830
2666
190.45
10
410
0199
103.90
250
10240
2800
194.07
15
614
0266
105.85
260
10650
2999
197.69
20
819
0333
107.79
270
11059
2B33
201.29
25
1024
0400
109.73
280
11469
2CCC
204.88
30
1229
04CC
111.67
290
11878
2E66
208.45
35
1434
0599
113.61
300
12288
3000
212.02
40
1638
0666
115.54
310
12698
3199
215.57
45
1843
0733
117.47
320
13107
3333
219.12
50
2048
0800
119.40
330
13517
34CC
222.65
55
2253
08CC
121.32
340
13926
3666
226.17
60
2458
0999
123.24
350
14336
3800
229.67
65
2662
0A66
125.16
360
14746
3999
233.17
70
2867
0B33
127.07
370
15155
3B33
236.65
75
3072
0C00
128.98
380
15565
3CCC
240.13
80
3277
0CCC
130.89
390
15974
3E66
243.59
85
3482
0D99
132.80
400
16384
4000
247.04
90
3686
0E66
134.70
410
16794
4199
250.48
95
3891
0F33
136.60
100
4096
1000
138.50
1) The technical data refer to the range from –50 to +400 ºC for the
Pt100.
2) Resistance value Pt1000 = 10 x resistance value Pt100
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Temperature acquisition
modules
Fault retrieval
The following list describes some types of fault and advice on
removing them.
Faults that affect a single channel
If the measurement is unstable, does not meet the specified accuracy, or indicates the value 7FFFhex:
X
X
X
X
X
X
Check that the wiring is correct for the channel that shows the
error.
Check whether the cable from the sensor to the module runs
close to mains power supply cables.
Check that the terminal connection is firmly seated.
Check that the data for the Pt100/1000 that is used conform to
IEC751.
Check the resistance of the external wiring (< 400 O).
Check that the temperature to be measured lies within the
range of the XIOC-4T-PT.
Faults that affect more than one channel
All channels indicate the value 7FFFhex:
X
X
30
check that the external supply voltage is properly connected
check whether the load capability of the external supply is
adequate (f 1 A).
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XIOC-4AI-T
• Channel active/inactive
• Interference voltage suppression 50/60 Hz
XIOC-4AI-T
Features
The temperature acquisition module XIOC-4AI-T is used for the
switching on of thermocouples and for voltage measurement.
For temperature measurement the connection of thermal elements
of type B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T is possible. The display is carried out in
in 1/10 °C or 1/10 °F. The module recognizes when the temperature falls below or is above the range and also recognizes a wire
breakage to the temperature sensor. The module has an integrated cold-junction compensation and interference voltage
suppression.
Connection
+U0
–U0
+U1
–U1
Figure 30:
Parameter dialogue
+U2
–U2
h In the operation mode “Voltage” the parameter
+U3
“Scaling” has no relevance.
–U3
Measurement range
• Thermocouples
Depending on the thermocouple used various temperature ranges
can be measured. The measured value display is carried out as
signed integer decimal value in 1/10 Grad C or 1/10 Grad F resolution.
The decimal value 545 corresponds to 54.5 Grad at 1/10 °C
setting.
Table 6:
Figure 29:
Connection of module
Thermocouples with temperature ranges
Element
Temperature range
B
+100°C
+212°F
…
+1800°C
+ 3272°F
E
–270°C
–454°F
…
+1000°C
+1832°F
J
–210°C
–346°F
…
+1200°C
+2192°F
Configuration and Parameterization
K
–270°C
–454°F
…
+1370°C
+2498°F
The configuration and parameterisation takes place, as usual in the
device configuration of the programming system. After selecting the
module an integer value is available for every channel that can be
used in the user program. A diagnostic word which contains the
display of measurement range errors is available for the assessment
of diagnostic information.
N
–270°C
–454°F
…
+1300°C
+2372°F
R
–50°C
–58°F
…
+1760°C
+3200°F
S
–50°C
–58°F
…
+1540°C
+2804°F
T
–200°C
–328°F
…
+400°C
+752°F
h Terminals not identified may not be used!
Defining Measurement Parameters
For each measurement channel the following parameters can be
defined:
• Thermal element type
• Scaling
• Voltage measurement
When a voltage range (U1 = g50 mV, U2 = g100 mV,
U3 = g500 mV ), U4 = g1000 mV) is selected the measurement
value corresponds to the signed integer value (16 Bit). The parameterization of the unit °C/°F and the measurement of the cold position remains without relevance in this measurement.
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Temperature acquisition
modules
Table 7:
Transformation of the voltage measurement (16 Bit signed Integer)
Measurement value [mV] with voltage range …
Transformed value
g50 mV
g100 mV
g500 mV
g1000 mV
dec.
hex.
–50.00
–100.00
–500.00
–1000.00
–32768
0x8000
–49.998
–99.997
–499.985
–999.969
–32767
0x8001
–0.002
–0.003
–0.015
–0.031
–1
0xFFFF
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0
0x0000
0.002
0.003
0.015
0.031
1
0x0001
49.998
99.997
499.985
999.969
32766
0x7FFE
50.00
100.00
500.00
1000.00
32767
0x7FFF
Table 8:
Resolution for voltage measurement
Resolution[mV] with voltage range…
g50 mV
g100 mV
g500 mV
g1000 mV
1.526 mV
3.052 mV
15.259 mV
30.519 mV
Diagnostics
The status word contains the diagnosis information for all four
channels.
For every channel exceeding and shortfall of the measurement
value is displayed as well as a wire breakage. With an error the
corresponding ERROR-LED on the module is also lit.
Bit 15 Bit 14 Bit13 Bit 12 Bit 11 Bit 10 Bit 9 Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit3 Bit 2 bit1 Bit 0
Channel 3
D33
Table 9:
Channel 2
D32
D31
D23
D22
Channel 0
D21 D20 D13 D12 D11 D10 D03 D02 D01 D00
Allocation of diagnostic information
Dx0
Range shortfall: Measurement value < Measurement start value – (1 % g0.5 %) x Measurement
range
The following applies for elements with a temperature range from –270 °C:
Measurement value < Measurement start value
Dx1
Out-of-range value
(Measurement value > Measurement range end value + (1% g 0.5%) x Measurement range)
Dx2
Wire breakage (only with temperature measurement)
Dx3
Reserved
x = Channel 0 … 3
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D30
Channel 1
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3 Counter modules XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
Assembly
The counter module XIOC-1CNT-100kHz provides one channel,
the module XIOC-2CNT-100kHz provides two channels, each with
one input for pulse frequencies up to 100 kHz, a reference input
and two digital outputs.
You can connect single-phase or two-phase incremental encoders
(with/without quadruple evaluation for the two-phase).
The type of counter (linear or ring counter) is set with the aid of
DIP switches.
a
b
RESET button on the module
You operate the RESET button (by using a pointed object) to reset
the parameters to their initial (default) setting. When the button is
pushed, the ERROR-LED in the LED display lights up red.
LED display
The LEDs have the following designations:
1 A 1C
1M PW
2B
2B
2M ER
0
1
2
1 A 1C
1M PW
ER
3
0
XIOC-2CNT-100KHZ
1
XIOC-1CNT-100KHZ
c
RESET
d
CN1
LED
Meaning
1A, 1B
Encoder signal, phase A, B; channel 1
2A, 2B
Encoder signal, phase A, B; channel 2
1M, 2M Encoder reference signal (marker signal); channel 1, 2
The LED lights up when a voltage is present at the input,
regardless of whether the signals are inverted or not.
e
PW
Figure 31:
Assembly of the counter module
No.
Designation
a
Interlock
b
LED display
a page 33
c
RESET button
Sets the parameters to “0”. a page 33
d
Connection
for pulse
generator
30 pole connection (15 pins × 2) for the
XIOC-TERM30-CNT4 connector
a page 36, 37
Mode switch
(DIP)
This switch is used to set the operating mode
a page 34
e
Indicates the power supply for the module:
on:
OK
blinkin
g:
• After incorrect parameter entry
• With the counter type “Ring counter”, the
LED blinks if voltage has been applied to the
PLC. After you have set the setpoint value
(WRITEPRESETVALUE) and the comparison
value (WRITESETTINGVALUE2), the LED lights
up continuously.
OFF
Hardware error
Comments
ER
Error
on:
• After operating the RESET button on the
module
• Hardware error
0, 1, 2, 3 Outputs Y
Programming
Programming was implemented using the following function
blocks:
•
•
•
•
•
CounterControl,
ReadCounter,
WriteCounter,
CounterControl,
XIOC_IncEncoder.
A detailed description can be found in the “Function blocks for
easySoft-CoDeSys” manual.
This manual is available as a PDF file and can be downloaded at:
http://www.eaton.com/moeller a Support.
Use “05010002” as a search keyword to find it as quickly as
possible.
The function blocks are contained in the “Counter.lib” (XC100)
and “XC200_Counter.lib” library files.
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Counter modules
XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
Mode/operating mode switch
ON
Phase A
1 2 3
4
5
6
7
8
Phase B
9 10
1
0
1
0
1
Actual
Figure 32:
2
3
2
1
Mode/operating mode switch, state of delivery
Figure 33:
Mode 1 (2-phase)
h In order to set the DIP-switches you will first have to take
out the module. But switch off the supply voltage first!
Phase A
Switch
Position
Function
Phase B
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
1
0
Type of counter input
Mode 1
1
0
Chan
nel
1
OFF
2
OFF
1
ON
2
OFF
1
OFF
2
ON
1
ON
2
ON
2-phase counter,
max. 100 kHz
1+2
1-phase counter,
(pulse-change)
1+2
1-phase counter,
(polarity reversal)
1+2
2-phase counter with
4x evaluation, max.
25 kHz
1+2
Actual
Figure 34:
1
2
3
2
1
Mode 2 (1-phase)
Phase A
Phase B
Actual
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
2
1
Polarity of the reference input (marker input)
3/4
OFF
A voltage on the input
produces a “0” signal
ON
A voltage on the input
produces a “1” signal
1/2
Figure 35:
Phase A
CPU stop r Counter
5/6
9/10
34
1
0
1
OFF
CPU STOP r
Counter STOP
ON
CPU-STOP r
Counter RUN
OFF
Linear counter
ON
Ring counter
OFF
not used
Phase B
0
Actual
1/2
Figure 36:
Linear/ring counter
7/8
Mode 3 (1-phase)
1/2
–
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
76 54 32 1
Mode 4 (2-phase, with quadruple evaluation)
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Connecting an incremental
encoder to the counter input
Connecting an incremental encoder to the counter input
The counter module has an input circuit that permits the connection of various types of incremental encoder. An encoder with a
differential output (+/– 5 V DC) or an open collector output
(12 to 24 V DC) can be connected. The following examples illustrate the various connection options.
Two incremental encoders
COUNTER
RESET
24 V H
CH2
A(+)
A(–)
B(+)
B(–)
M(+)
M(–)
CH1
0V
VinA
A(–)
VinB
A
B(–)
VinM
B
M(–)
Z
a
Z(–)
Z(+)
B(–)
B(+)
A(–)
A(+)
Figure 37:
b
Connection for 2 incremental encoders (example)
a Encoder with 12 to 24 V DC open collector outputs
b Encoder with +/– 5 V DC differential outputs
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Counter modules
XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
Terminal arrangement
No. CH2
No. CH1
XIOC-2CNT
COUNTER
Meaning of the signals
XIOC-2CNT/
XIOC-1CNT
16
VIN A
1
VIN A
Phase A
17
A (+)
2
A (+)
If the differential input is used: connect to the positive polarity.
18
A (–)
3
A (–)
If the voltage input is used, connect to the open-collector signal.
If the differential input is used, connect to the negative polarity.
19
VIN B
4
VIN B
20
B (+)
5
B (+)
If the differential input is used: connect to the positive polarity.
21
B (–)
6
B (–)
If the voltage input is used, connect to the open-collector signal.
If the differential input is used, connect to the negative polarity.
22
VIN M
7
VIN M
23
M (+)
8
M (+)
24
M (–)
9
M (–)
If the voltage input is used, connect to the open-collector signal.
If the differential input is used, connect to the negative polarity.
25
to
27
not used
10
to
12
not used
Do not connect anything to these terminals.
28
Y2
13
Y0
29
Y3
14
Y1
30
Com2
15
Com1
RESET
CH2
CH1
16
1
CN1
30
15
Phase B
Marker
(reference)
Output
If voltage input is used, connect to 12 to 24 V DC supply voltage.
If voltage input is used, connect to 12 to 24 V DC supply voltage.
If voltage input is used, connect to 12 to 24 V DC supply voltage.
If the differential input is used: connect to the positive polarity.
Comparator output
(–) reference potential for the Y outputs. The following applies
for XIOC-2CNT: reference potential 1 and 2 are independent of
each other.
Note: The pin numbers defined for the XIOC-1CNT-100 kHz and XIOC-2CNT-100 kHz do not match those given by the connector manufacturer.
U+
U–
A (+)
U+
U–
Figure 38:
36
Vin A
A (–)
B (+)
B (–)
M (+)
M (–)
Encoder with differential outputs
A (–)
Vin B
B (–)
Vin M
M (–)
Figure 39:
Encoder with voltage outputs
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Connecting an incremental
encoder to the counter input
Cable with attached connector for the counter module
Figure 40:
Cable with connector (XIOC-TERM30-CNT4)
No.
Channel 2 Colour
No.
Channel 1 Colour
Meaning of the signals
16
VIN A
red/white
1
VIN A
black
12 to 24 V DC (open-collector)
17
A (+)
orange/black
2
A (+)
brown
(+) differential output
18
A (–)
green/white
3
A (–)
red
(–) differential-output (open-collector)
19
VIN B
blue/white
4
VIN B
orange
20
B (+)
yellow/black
5
B (+)
yellow
(+) differential output
21
B (–)
violet/white
6
B (–)
green
(–) differential-output (open-collector)
22
VIN M
grey/black
7
VIN M
blue
23
M (+)
pink/black
8
M (+)
violet
24
M (–)
blue/black
9
M (–)
grey
(–) differential-output (open-collector)
25
–
green/black
10
–
white
–
26
–
pink/red
11
–
pink
27
–
pink/blue
12
–
blue
28
Y2
pink/green
13
Y2
light green
29
Y3
red/black
14
Y3
black/white
open-collector
30
Com2
orange/white
15
Com2
brown/white
0 V (open-collector)
Phase B
reference
(marker)
Output
12 to 24 V DC (open-collector)
12 to 24 V DC (open-collector)
(+) differential output
open-collector
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Counter modules
XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
Incremental encoder with differential output
Incremental encoder out-
XIOC-2(1)CNT
12 – 24 V H
VIN
+V
Incremental encoder with NPN transistor output
(open-collector)
Incremental encoder out-
A, B, Z
(+)
A, B, Z
(–)
XIOC-2(1)CNT
12 – 24 V H
VIN
+V
A, B, Z
Z A,
(+)
B, Z
(–)
0V
0V
0V
0V
Figure 41:
Connection for an incremental encoder with a differential output (example)
Incremental encoder with NPN transistor output
12 – 24 V H
Connection for an incremental encoder with an
open-collector NPN transistor output (example)
Incremental encoder with PNP transistor output
(open-collector)
Incremental encoder out-
+V
XIOC-2(1)CNT
12 – 24 V H
+V
XIOC-2(1)CNT
VIN
A, B, Z
Z A,
Figure 43:
VIN
B, Z
(+)
(+)
A, B, Z
(–)
Z A,
B, Z
(–)
0V
0V
0V
0V
Figure 42:
Connection for an incremental encoder with an NPN
transistor output (example)
Figure 44:
Connection for an incremental encoder with an
open-collector PNP transistor output (example)
Connecting devices to the Y outputs
The counter module has 2 open-collector transistor outputs per
channel. The diagram shows how to connect it to another device.
h
Caution!
Wire in an 0.5 A fuse, as shown in the diagram,
to protect the internal circuitry (see figure).
12 – 24 V H
XIOC-2(1)CNT
Y
F 20 mA
Third-party equipment
Com
0.5 A
0V
Figure 45:
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Connecting third-party equipment to the counter
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Function summary
Function summary
Example:
A counter channel has the function of either a linear counter or a
ring counter, depending on the setting of the operating mode
switch on the module.
• Count direction: up
• Comparison value: 4294967200
*198
*199
*200
Linear counter
* = 4294967
The counting range of the linear counter starts at the value 0 and
ends at the value 4294967295 (FFFFFFFFhex). If the counter is
enabled, it starts at 0 and counts all incoming pulses up or down –
depending on the count direction. If the count reaches the end value
it starts again at 0.
1 Latch output (=)
Equal flag
0
0
1
1
2
Overflow Flag
0
2
4294967295
4294967294
*295
0
1
*294
1
0
*295
1
* = 4294967
Figure 46:
0
0
Figure 47:
0
*295
1 Level output (>)
1
Counting up
*201
Counting range of the linear counter
Parameterizing the comparison value, setting module
outputs
You can set a comparison value, so that an action can be
performed when a defined count value has been reached. It is
continuously compared with the actual value. If they are identical,
two types of output can be activated. The outputs are led out
directly from the module, for a fast response.
The “Latch” output (=), Equal flag:
The “Latch” output is set when equality is achieved. It is indicated
by the “=” symbol. The Equal flag serves as the internal marker
for the “Latch” output. The output and flag remain set until you
reset them.
Setting module outputs
Overflow flag
The Overflow flag is set when the actual value changes from
FFFFFFFFhex to 0. You can reset it by using the CLEAROVERFLOW
command.
Change actual value
You can change the actual value during counting. This does not
depend on the counter being enabled.
Use of the reference input
Incremental encoders send a reference marker signal once per
turn. This can be used to overwrite the actual value by a setpoint
value that was defined as part of the parameter settings. In order
to be able to process the reference signal, the reference input must
be enabled.
The “Level” output (>):
The “Level” output is set to “1” if the actual value is larger than
the comparison value. If the actual value falls below the comparison value, then it is reset to “0”. The “Level” output is indicated
by the “>” symbol.
You can set the comparison value at the “CounternEnable” input,
either at the start or during operation. This does not depend on the
counter being enabled.
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Counter modules
XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
Example of a linear counter, with the functions:
• interrogate comparison value and reference signal
• reset outputs
Enable reference
Enable counter
Encoder pulse
Reference
Setpoint value: 742
Actual value
0
1
364
365
426
742
742
743
Comparison value:
Enable latch/level output
Level output (>)
Latch output (=)
Reset Latch output
Figure 48:
Example of a linear counter, with the functions “interrogate comparison value and reference signal” and “reset outputs”
Ring counter
The counting range is defined by the start and end values, whereby
the start value must be lower than the end value.
As soon as the counter has been enabled, the start value is set and
all incoming pulses will be counted. The following actual values
will be shown, depending on the count direction (up or down).
Example:
• Start value = 10
• End value = 248
Counting up
10
11
12
247
248
249
10
11
11
10
9
Counting down
10
9
Figure 49:
40
248
247
246
Counting range of the ring counter
An up counter counts up to the end value + 1, and then restarts
from the start value. For a down counter, the next value is the start
value – 1, carrying on to the end value.
As a rule: minimum start value = 0;
maximum end value = FFFFFFFFhex.
Parameterizing the comparison value, setting module
outputs
You can set a comparison value, so that an action can be
performed when a defined count value has been reached.
The comparison value must lie between the parameter settings for
start value and end value. It is continuously compared with the
actual value. When equality is achieved, a “Latch” output (=) can
be set.
This output is led out directly from the module, for a fast response.
The Equal flag serves as the internal marker for the “Latch”
output. The output and flag remain set until you reset them.
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Function summary
You can set the comparison value either at the start or during
operation. This does not depend on the counter being enabled at
the “CounternEnable” input.
Change actual value
You can change the actual value during counting.
This does not depend on the counter being enabled.
Example:
Requirement: start value F actual value F end value.
• Count direction: up
• Parameters: start value: 0, end value: 294,
comparison value: 200
Example of a ring counter, with the functions:
• interrogate comparison value and reference signal
• reset outputs
• Set actual value
Actual value
198
199
a figure 51
200
201
295
0
1
2
1 Latch output (=)
Equal flag
0
Figure 50:
Set module output (Latch)
Enable counter
Encoder pulse
Actual
10
11
364
365
426
623
623
624
Set actual value
(623)
Enable Latch output
Latch output (=)
Reset Latch output
Figure 51:
Example of a linear counter, with the functions “interrogate comparison value and reference signal” and “reset outputs”
Additional functions for linear and ring counters
Regardless of the type of counter input (mode 1 to 4), you can set
the counter type (linear or ring counter) for each channel on the
operating mode switch of the module a page 34. You can also
assign other functions to the counter type, making the settings via
the switch:
Counter STOP: If the CPU is in the STOP state, no
pulses are counted
Polarity of the reference input
This function is only activated with a linear counter.
• Switch OFF: voltage at the input produces a “0” signal.
• Switch ON: voltage at the input produces a “1” signal.
Counter RUN/STOP when CPU has STOP state
Counter RUN: If the CPU is in the STOP state, the
encoder pulses continue to be counted.
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Counter modules
XIOC-…CNT-100kHz
Configure counter features
Table 10:
Configuration options
Feature
Linear counter
Counting up
Ring
counter
Actual
n–2
n–1
n
n+1
n+2
n–1
n–2
Reference input
Comparison value
Interrogation option for the counter
n = comparison value
Start value
0
any
End value
FFFFFFFFhex
any
Overflow Flag
“1” if actual value
changes from FFFFFFFF
l0
0
Underflow Flag
“1” if actual value
changes from 0l
FFFFFFFF
0
Clear Overflow
flag
Set Overflow flag “0”
–
Clear Underflow
flag
Set Underflow flag “0”
–
Enable counter
TRUE at input CounternEnable
The diagram shows for the linear counter
Inhibit counter
FALSE at input CounternEnable
Output (=)/
Equal flag
TRUE if actual value = comparison value
a figure 52
Output (>)
TRUE if actual value >
comparison value
a figure 53
• the state of the Level output (>),
depending on the count sequence
• the acceptance of the setpoint value P,
in response to the reference signal.
Output (=)/ clear
Equal flag
Set Output (=) and Equal flag “0”
Output (=)
enable/inhibit
Input CompareOutputnEnable
Reference input
=1
Setpoint value overwrites actual value
a figure 53
–
Reference input:
enable/inhibit
Input “ReferenceMarkernEnable”
–
Invert reference
input signal
By DIP-switch
–
Latch output
1
0
Counting down
Actual
Latch output
–
n+2
n+1
n
1
0
Figure 52:
Interrogate comparison value
Counting up
n–2
Actual
1
n–1
n
n+1
n+2
n+1
n = comparison value
n
n–1
n–2
Output >
0
Counting up
P= setpoint value
n
n+1
n+2
P
P+1
P+2
P+3
Actual
1
0
Reference input
The diagram, shows the state of the Latch output (=) for linear and
ring counters, depending on the count sequence:
Figure 53:
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Processing of commands
Processing of commands
The following table describes the commands and illustrates the
sequence which they are processed after the controller is switched
on. You should also keep to this sequence during programming.
Some of the commands may not be necessary, depending on the
application. Where commands only apply to the linear counter of
the ring counter, this is also mentioned. The counting range for the
linear counter lies between the start value 0 and the end value
“FFFFFFFFhex”.
Set start value
h The input values to the function blocks “CounterControl”,
“WriteCounter” and “CounterFlags” are accepted when
a positive edge appears at the “Strobe” input.
Only for ring counter:
X
Enter the command WRITEPRESETVALUE at the “Command” input of the block “WriteCounter” and
the start value at the “Data” input.
Take care that the condition “Start value < End value” is fulfilled.
Set end value
Set comparison value
Only for ring counter:
X
Enter the command WRITESETTINGVALUE1 at the “Command” input of the block “WriteCounter” and
the end value at the “Data” input.
X
Enter the command WRITESETTINGVALUE1 (for linear counter) or WRITESETTINGVALUE2
(for ring counter) at the “Command” input of the block “WriteCounter” and the comparison value at
the “Data” input.
You can access the channels individually or together.
You can set the comparison value either at the start or during operation. This does not depend on the
counter being enabled at the “CounternEnable” input of the function block “CounterControl”.
When the actual value matches the comparison value, the module outputs will be set. The Equal flag associated with the output is also set at the same time. You can interrogate the flag by using the command
READFLAGS for the “CounterFlags” block.
The Equal flag retains its state if the state of the CPU changes from RUN l STOP or STOP l RUN.
Assign module outputs to
the comparison value 1
or 2
Comparison value 1 (linear counter) or comparison value 2 (ring counter) can be assigned to several
module outputs (Yn, n = 1, 2, 3, 4) and the conditions “=” and/or “>” for setting the outputs
(only the “=” condition can be used with a ring counter).
To achieve this, set up a bit combination (16 bits), e.g. 0021hex, that is applied to the “OutputSpecification” input of the “CounterFlags” block (further information can be found in the description of the
function block “CounterFlags” in the manual “Function blocks for easySoft-CoDeSys”,
MN05010002Z-EN; previously AWB2786-1456GB.
X Apply the SPECIFYOUTPUT command to the “Command” input and a “1” signal to the “Strobe” input.
X
The “CounterEnable” input (flag) must not be set. When the condition “Actual value = preset value” is
met, the (Latch) output Y0 is set to “1” by the bit combination “0021”. It will remain set until you reset
it by using the “ClearEqualn” input of the “CounterControl” block.
Only for linear counters:
The (Level) output Y1 will be set to “1” if the condition “Actual value > Setpoint value” is fulfilled.
If the actual value falls below the comparison value 2, then the output is automatically reset to “0”.
Enable module output
The module outputs are the “Latch” output (=) and the “Level” output (>).
The Level output is only available for the linear counter.
X
To enable the outputs, apply a “1”signal to the “CompareOutputnEnable” of the “CounterControl”
block.
An inhibit applied to the output does not affect the Equal flag.
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Set setpoint value
Only for linear counters:
The command is carried out if there is a “0” signal applied to the “CounternEnable” input of the
“CounterControl” function block.
X
Enter the command WRITEPRESETVALUE at the “Command” input of the block “WriteCounter” and
the setpoint value at the “Data” input.
If the encoder transmits a reference signal, the setpoint value overwrites the actual value.
Enable reference input
Enable counter input
Only for linear counters:
X
Apply a “1” signal to the “ReferenceMarkernEnable” (n = 1, 2) input of the “CounterControl” function
block, so that the reference signal can be received from the encoder.
X
Apply a “1” signal to the “CounternEnable” input of the “CounterControl” function block, so that the
signals can be received from the encoder.
When using a ring counter, the enable can only be implemented after you have set the start and end
values.
Set new actual value
X
Enter the command WRITECURRENTVALUE at the “Command” input of the “WriteCounter” block, and
the actual value at the “Data” input.
Reset Latch output and
Equal flag (EQ)
X
Apply a “1” signal to the “ClearEqualn” input of the “CounterControl” function block to set the output
and the Equal flag to “0”.
The output and flag can only be set again if you apply a “0” signal to this input.
Read out start value
Only for ring counter:
X
Enter the command READPRESETVALUE at the “Command” input of the “ReadCounter” block.
As soon as you have entered this command, the values will be shown at the outputs: “DataLowChanneln”
and “DataHighChanneln”, as well as “Outputn_UDINT” and “Outputn_DINT”.
The command applies to both channels.
Read out end value
Only for ring counter:
X
Enter the command READSETTINGVALUE1 at the “Command” input of the “ReadCounter” block.
As soon as you have entered this command, the values will be shown at the outputs: “DataLowChanneln”
and “DataHighChanneln”, as well as “Outputn_UDINT” and “Outputn_DINT”.
The command applies to both channels.
Read out comparison
value
X
Enter the command READSETTINGVALUEn at the “Command” input of the “ReadCounter” block.
As soon as you have entered this command, the values will be shown at the outputs: “DataLowChanneln”
and “DataHighChanneln”, as well as “ Outputn_UDINT” and “Outputn_DINT”.
The command applies to both channels.
Read out setpoint value
Only for linear counters:
X
Enter the command READPRESETVALUE at the “Command” input of the “ReadCounter” block.
As soon as you have entered this command, the values will be shown at the outputs: “DataLowChanneln”
and “DataHighChanneln”, as well as “ Outputn_UDINT” and “Outputn_DINT”.
The command applies to both channels.
Read actual (= current)
values
X
Enter the command READCURRENVALUE at the “Command” input of the “ReadCounter” block.
As soon as you have entered this command, the actual value will be shown continuously at the outputs:
“DataLowChanneln” and “DataHighChanneln”, as well as “Outputn_UDINT” and “Outputn_DINT”.
The command applies to both channels.
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Read out flags
Clear Overflow flag
Processing of commands
This command is described in detail on Page 46!
Only for linear counters:
X
Enter the command CLEAROVERFLOW at the “Command” input of the “CounterFlags” function block
to clear the flag.
The flag is set when the actual value changes from FFFFFFFFhex to 00000000hex.
You can interrogate the flag state by using the command READFLAGS for the “CounterFlags” block.
16 bits are shown at the “StatusChanneln” output of the “CounterControl” block.
Bit 9 (OF) indicates the state of the Overflow flag.
Clear Underflow flag
Only for linear counters:
X
Enter the command CLEARUNDERFLOW at the “Command” input of the “CounterFlags” function
block to clear the flag.
The flag is set when the actual value changes from 00000000hex to FFFFFFFFhex.
You can interrogate the flag state by using the command READFLAGS for the “CounterFlags” block.
16 bits are shown at the “StatusChanneln” output of the “CounterControl” block.
Bit 8 (UF) indicates the state of the Underflow flag.
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Read out flags
Apply the command READFLAGS to the “Command” input of the
“CounterFlags” block, in order to update the function block
outputs: “Outputs”, “StatusChanneln”, “OutputsChanneln”.
A positive edge must be applied to the “Strobe” input in order to
execute the command.
Their states are held until another transition edge occurs.
Significance of the bit:
Apart from EC, the bit states are retained if the CPU changes state,
from RUN l STOP or STOP l RUN.
CE
Counter state (default value = 0)
0: no enable
1: enabled
ME
Reference input state (default value = 0)
0: no enable
1: enabled
OE
Output Y state (default value = 0)
0: no enable
1: enabled
EC
Equal Flag clear active (default value = 0)
If the “ClearEqualn” input function of the “CounterControl”
block is set to TRUE, then EC = FALSE.
If it is set to FALSE, then EC = TRUE.
EQ
State of Equal flag
It is set of actual value = comparison value. It will remain set
until a “1” signal is applied to the “ClearEqualn” input of the
“CounterControl” block.
UF
State of Underflow flag
It is set if the actual value changes from 0 to 4294967296
(FFFFFFFFhex). It will remain set until the CLEARUNDERFLOW
command is applied to the “Command” input of the “CounterFlags” function block. The output words “Outputs”,
“StatusChanneln” and “OutputsChanneln” will be set to
“0”.
OF
State of Overflow flag
This is set if the actual value changes from 4294967296
(FFFFFFFFhex) to “0”. It will remain set until the CLEAROVERFLOW command is applied to the “Command” input of the
“CounterFlags” function block. The output words “Outputs”,
“StatusChanneln” and “OutputsChanneln” will be set to
“0”.
U/D
State of Up/Down
0: if the actual value has changed from “n” to “n – 1”.
1: if the actual value has changed from “n” to “n + 1”.
The states of “StatusChanneln” and “OutputsChanneln” are
shown for channels 1 and 2.
• Outputs: only Bits 0 to 3 of the 16 bits have a meaning:
Bit
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3
Value 0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0 0 0 0 0 0 Y3 Y2 Y1 Y0
Significance of the bit: Y0 to Y3:
0: output “0” signal
1: output “1” signal
• StatusChanneln
Bit
1
5
1
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
10
9 8
7 6 5 4
3
2
1
0
Value 0
0
0
0
0
U/
D
0 U 0 0 0 E
F F
Q
E
C
O
E
M
E
C
E
• OutputsChanneln
The bits contained in the word indicate the conditions on which an
output depends.
Meaning of the bits
Bit
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Value
0
Output
Y3
0
>
=
0
Y2
0
> = 0 0 > = 0 0 > =
Y1
Y0
Example:
0021hex (0000 0000 0010 0001) shows that:
• output Y1 is set if the actual value > setpoint (target) value
• output Y0 is set if the actual value = setpoint (target) value.
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State display in the controller
configuration
State display in the controller configuration
The counter module indicates its status in 5 words, within the
controller configuration:
1st word: status
2nd word: input data, Low word, channel 1
3rd word: input data, High word, channel 1
4th word: input data, Low word, channel 2
5th word: input data, High word, channel 2
The status word is composed of the following bits:
Channel
Channel 2 Channel 1 Channel 2
10
9
8
7
6
Channel 1
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
Meaning
0
0
0
0
OF2 UF2 OF1 UF1 EQ2 OE2 ME2 CE2 EQ1 OE1 ME1 CE1
Significance of the bit:
Apart from EC, the bit states are retained if the CPU changes state,
from RUN l STOP or STOP l RUN.
CE
Counter state (default value = 0)
0: no enable
1: enabled
ME
Reference input state (default value = 0)
0: no enable
1: enabled
OE
Output Y state (default value = 0)
0: no enable
1: enabled
EQ
UF
OF
State of Equal flag
0: no action
1: if actual value = comparison value
It remains set until a “0” signal is applied to the “CompareOutputn Enable” input of the “CounterControl” block.
State of Underflow flag
It is set if the actual value changes from 0 to 4294967296
(FFFFFFFFhex). It will remain set until the CLEARUNDERFLOW
command is applied to the “Command” input of the
“CounterFlags” function block.
The output words “Outputs”, “StatusChanneln” and
“OutputsChanneln” will be set to “0”.
State of Overflow flag
This is set if the actual value changes from 4294967296
(FFFFFFFFhex) to “0”. It will remain set until the
CLEARUNDERFLOW command is applied to the “Command”
input of the “CounterFlags” function block.
The output words “Outputs”, “StatusChanneln”
and “OutputsChanneln” will be set to “0”.
5
4
3
2
1
0
FLAG summary
All the flags and their meanings are listed below
Flag
Designation
Meaning
CE
CounterEnable
Pulse inputs are enabled (1) or inhibited
(0)1)
ME
ReferenceMarker
Enable
Reference input is enabled (1) or inhibited (0)1)
OE
OutputEnable
Latch output (=) input is enabled (1) or
inhibited (0)1)
EQ
Equal Flag
The Equal flag is set if actual value =
comparison value.1)
EC
ClearEqual
Clear Equal flag: after being set (“1”
signal) it sets the Latch output (=) to a
“0” signal. The EC flag must be reset
(“0” signal).
UF
Underflow
It is set if the actual value changes from
0 to 4294967296 (FFFFFFFFhex). It will
remain set until the CLEAROVERFLOW
command is applied to the “CounterFlags” function block.
OF
Overflow
This is set if the actual value changes
from 4294967296 (FFFFFFFFhex) to
“0”. It will remain set until the
CLEAROVERFLOW command is applied
to the “CounterFlags” function block.
1) Default value = 0
All flags (apart from EC) retain their states if the state of the CPU
changes from RUN l STOP or STOP l RUN.
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Functional sequence for pulse processing (example)
The following examples illustrate the functional sequence for
processing pulses.
Function
Command or input
X Set start value
WRITEPRESETVALUE
Actions that you can perform yourself are marked by the X
symbol. The functions are executed by commands that you can
enter at the function block inputs, or by applying “0” or “1”
signals to the inputs of the “CounterControl” block. Commands
are shown in capital (upper case) letters, inputs are shown in lower
case letters. The values shown in brackets represent the initial
state.
X Set end value
WRITESETTINGVALUE1
X Set comparison value 2
WRITESETTINGVALUE2
X Set the output specification
SPECIFYOUTPUT
Linear counter
Command or input
X Set comparison value 1
WRITESETTINGVALUE1
X Set the output specification
SPECIFYOUTPUT
X Set the setpoint value
X Enable counter inputs1)
outputs1)
X Enable reference inputs1)
•
–
–
–
If actual value = comparison value 2:
Latch output (=) is set to a “1” signal
Equal flag is set to a “1” signal
Stop counting
X Reset the ClearEqual flag
ClearEqualn (0)
X Set new comparison value 2
WRITESETTINGVALUE2
ReferenceMarkernEnable (1)
ReferenceMarkernEnable (0)
Start counting (pulses are counted)
If actual value = comparison value 1:
Latch output (=) is set to a “1” signal
Equal flag is set to a “1” signal
Stop counting
If actual value > comparison value 1:
Level output (>) is set to “1”
X Reset Latch output and Equal flag
– Set the ClearEqual flag (Equal flag is
set to “0”, Latch output (=) is set to
“0”)
Clear Equaln (1)
X Reset the ClearEqual flag
ClearEqualn (0)
X Set new comparison value1
WRITESETTINGVALUE1
…
The Overflow flag is set when the count
changes from FFFFFFFFhex l 0:
CLEAROVERFLOW
The Underflow flag is set when the count changes from 0 l FFFFFFFFhex
X Reset Underflow flag
CompareOutputnEnable (1)
Start counting (pulses are counted)
CompareOutputnEnable (1)
When the reference signal is received, the preset value will
overwrite the actual value, e.g. actual value = 0.
X Reset Overflow flag
CounternEnable (1)
CounternEnable (1)
Initiate referencing
X Inhibit reference inputs
output1).
Clear Equaln (1)
For referencing
•
–
–
–
•
–
X Enable counter inputs1)
X Reset Latch output and Equal flag
– Set the ClearEqual flag (Equal flag is
set to “0”, Latch output (=) is set to
“0”)
WRITEPRESETVALUE
(when using referencing)
X Enable Latch/Level
(the module outputs must be
assigned to the comparison value 2
in order to set the specification)
X Enable Latch
Function
(the module outputs must be
assigned to the comparison value 1
in order to set the specification)
CLEARUNDERFLOW
1) Can be performed simultaneously, by using a pulse at the “Strobe”
input of the “CounterControl” block.
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Ring counter
…
1) Can be performed simultaneously, by using a pulse at the “Strobe”
input of the “CounterControl” block.
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4 Counter analog module XIOC-2CNT-2AO-INC
Features
The counter analog module provides two channels for counting up
and down, each with a reference input and an analog output
(g 10 V).
The counter inputs and the reference input can process 5 V DC
differential signals (RS422) of an incremental encoder.
The incremental encoder is connected via the XIOC-TERM-18T or
XIOC-TERM-18S clamp terminals with the module. The encoder
can receive its power supply from the module.
The power supply is provided by the power supply unit of the CPU.
h Verify the current consumption of all modules.
The module is a standard I/O module. It can be used on all I/O
slots.
Channel 0
0ER
0A
0B
0R
Channel 1
1ER
1A
1B
1R
XI0C-2CNT-2A0-INC
A0
Incremental
encoder 0
Incremental
encoder 1
A0
A1
!A0
A1
!A0
!A1
B0
!A1
B0
B1
!B0
B1
!B0
!B1
R0
!B1
R0
R1
!R0
R1
!R0
!R1
!R1
AQ0
AQ1
5V
5V
5V
0V
5V
0V
0V
Channel 0
Channel 1
0V
Positioning
element 0
Positioning
element 1
Figure 54:
Connections of the counter module
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LEDs
Information exchange via the input/output image
The XIOC-2CNT-2AO-INC has eight LEDs for the status display.
They are assigned as follows:
You receive the following information via the input map:
Designation
Meaning
Color
ER
Error
red
A
Signal A
green
B
Signal B
green
R
Reference signal
green
The error LED lights when the edges of the A and B signals rise or
fall simultaneously.
Programming and configuration
In order to access the module inputs and for actuation of the
analog inputs, you can choose between:
• Direct access via the input/output image
• Access via the function blocks.
States of signals A, B, R
Error messages (Error)
Reference status (Referenced)
Zero-crossing recognition (Zero Crossing)
Feedback “Referencing activated”
Counter status.
You can control the following information via the output image:
•
•
•
•
Inhibit the count impulse (Hold)
Activation of referencing (Activate Referencing)
Perform a reset (Reset)
Acknowledgement of zero crossing
(Zero Crossing Acknowledge)
• Acknowledge error message (Error Acknowledge)
• Write an analog value.
Input map
A channel occupies the following input bit and words which you
can query:
The function blocks are contained in the “Counter_Analog.lib”
library file and have the following function:
IWn:
Signal states for channels 0 and 1 a table 11
IWn+2:
Counter value, lower Word, channel 0
XIOC_2CNT2AO_INC referencing and detecting counter values
IWn+4:
Counter value, higher Word, channel 0
IWn+6:
Counter value, lower Word, channel 1
IWn+8:
Counter value, higher Word, channel 1
XIOC_2CNT2AO_ANALOG setting the analog outputs
Furthermore, you must define the following parameters in the
configurator of the easySoft-CoDeSys:
• Reference value
• 1, 2, 4 signal edge evaluation
• Number of reference verifications (once, permanent)
50
•
•
•
•
•
•
(“n” results from the configuration/slot)
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Table 11:
Programming and configuration
IWn: Channel 0 and 1 status signals
Channel
Channel 1
Channel 0
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Meaning
tbd
RefAc1
ZC1
Ref1
Error1
R1
b1
A1
tdb
RefAc0
ZC0
Ref0
Error0
R0
B0
A0
Meaning of the bits
Bit
Designation
State
Condition
0/8
Signal A
1
A = “1” and !A = “0”
0
A = “0” and !A = “1”
1
B = “1” and !B = “0”
0
B = “0” and !B0 = “1”
1
R = “1” and !R = “0”
0
R = “0” and !R = “1”
1
Internal error (A and B edges occur simultaneously)
0
o.k.
1
Referenced
0
Not referenced
1
Counter value = 0
0
Counter value k 0
1
Referencing activated (set with AcRef)
0
Referencing not activated
x
Not defined
1/9
2/10
3/11
4/12
5/13
6/14
7
Signal B
Signal R
Error
Ref (Referenced)
ZC (Zero Crossing)
RefAc (Referencing Activated)
tbd
1) ZC = Zero Crossing (zero crossing bit)
The zero crossing bit is set if the counter value = 0.
If the output bit ZCA is set to “1” in the program, the ZC bit is reset.
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Output image
Every channel has the following output bit and word that you can
set:
QWn:
Control functions, channel 0 and 1 a table 12
QWn+2:
Bit 0 to 11: Analog output, channel 0
QWn+4:
Bit 0 to 11: Analog output, channel 1
(“n” results from the configuration/slot)
Table 12:
Control functions, channel 0 and 1,
Channel
Channel 1
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Meaning
tbd
tbd
tbd
ErAck1
ZCA1
Reset1
AcRef1
Hold1
tbd
tbd
tbd
ErAck0
ZCA0
Reset0
AcRef0
Hold0
Table 13:
Channel 0
Meaning of the bits
Bit
Designation
State
Condition
0/8
Hold
0
Enable of the input count impulse (Signals A +B)
1
Inhibit of the input count impulse
1
Activate referencing
0
Do not activate referencing
0 l1
Asynchronous reset (counter value is set to the reference value) (L l H edge)
0
–
0 l1
Reset of the zero crossover bit (L l H edge)
0
–
0 l1
Reset of the error bit (L l H edge)
0
–
x
Not defined
1/9
02/10
03/11
04/12
AcRef1) (Activate referencing)
Reset
ZCA (Zero Crossing Acknowledge)
ErAck (Error Acknowledge)
tbd
1) Activate Referencing (AcRef): Activate/deactivate referencing for the reference signal of the encoder
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Configuration of the
base parameters
Configuration of the base parameters
Open the easySoft-CoDeSys and generate the configuration
with the XIOC-2CNT-2AO-INC module.
X Click on the module in the “PLC Configuration”.
X Open the “Other Parameters” tab and enter the values for:
– Edge evaluation
– Number of reference checks
– Reference value.
X
Edge evaluation of the count impulse, 1x, 2x or 4x
1X
Signal A
Signal B
374
375
CV
376
2X
Signal A
Signal B
374
375
376
377
CV
378
4X
Signal A
Signal B
374
Figure 55:
375
376 377 378 379 380 381 382
CV
Edge evaluation
a CV = Counter value
b 1 x = single, 2 x = double, 4 x = quadruple
Number of reference verifications (once, permanent)
After the “Activate Referencing“ module has been set, the reference pulses of the encoder will be processed by the module. If a
reference pulse is detected (signal R: 0 l 1), the counter value is
overwritten with the reference value. This occurs once or with
every new reference pulse (permanent).
Reference value: A value from 0 to 4294967295 is possible.
RS
AcRef
Ref
RefAc
CV
CV
CV = RV (1x/nx)
Figure 56:
CV
CV = RV (nx)
CV
CV = RV (1x/nx)
Referencing
Meaning of the signals a table
Table 14:
Meaning of the signals
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RS
Reference encoder signal
Reference signal from
encoder
AcRef
Activate Referencing
Activate referencing
Ref
Referenced
Referenced
RefAc
Referencing activated
Referencing activated
CV
Counter value
Counter value
RV
Reference value
Reference value
CV=RV
The reference value overwrites the count value when setting
(1x/nx): once or permanent
(nx): permanent
Output of the analog value
The digital value of the output word QWn (n can be seen in the
configuration) is converted to an analog voltage. The value range
is represented in the following illustration:
U1 [V]
10
0800hex
0FFFhex
0
07FFhex
–10
Explanation:
It is possible to perform referencing once or permanently. The
“Activate Referencing (AcRef)” output bit should be set in order to
detect the reference signal. The module reacts by setting the
“Referencing Activated (RefAc)” input bit. You can query (scan)
this bit. When a reference impulse is detected, the “RefAc” input
bit is set to a “0” signal and the counter value is overwritten by
the reference value. If a further reference impulse is detected, the
counter value will be overwritten by the reference value only if you
have undertaken the “permanent” setting in the PLC Configuration at ‹Number of references l Other parameters›.
CPU
Hold
AcRef
Modul
Signal A
RefAc
Signal B
Ref
Signal R
Encoder
Figure 58:
Table 15:
Value range of the analog outputs
Value range
Digital value (hex.)
Digital value (dec.)
0
0
7FF
2047
800
2048
FFF
4095
Behavior of the module with CPU RUN/STOP
The CPU transfers the parameters with each STOP l RUN change
to the module.
Reset
ZC
ZCA
Error
ErAck
Figure 57:
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Signal overview
With a “RUN l STOP change” counters are reset to “0”.
Furthermore, all parameters are erased and the analog outputs are
shut down (0 V DC). The module no longer counts further pulses if
the CPU is in the “STOP” state.
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5 Serial interface module XIOC-SER
Features
On an XC100 a maximum of two modules (COM interfaces) and
on a XC200 a maximum of four modules (COM interfaces) can be
operated. As the modules XIOC-SER and XIOC-NET-SK-M are
addressed via the COM interfaces, the details of the number of
modules (COM interfaces) in the PLC refers to both modules.
The module is used in conjunction with the XC100 or XC200 CPU.
It has two operating modes available:
• Transparent mode
For communication with other devices which feature a serial
interface. For this purpose an interface is made available in the
RS232, RS422 and RS485 versions.
• Suconet-K mode (slave)
As a Suconet-K slave for communication with the PS4 control
system (from XIOC-SER version 02).
PW
ER
DTR
TxD
DCD
RxD
a RS232
SUB-D
a
5
9
6
1
R
S
2
3
2
b
Rx
Rx
–
+
Tx/Rx –
Tx/Rx +
Off
6
5
4
3
2
1
R
S
4
2
2
/
4
8
5
c
On
9
–
8
CTS
Clear To Send
7
RTS
Request To Send
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
5
SGND
Signal Ground
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
3
TxD
Transmit Data
2
RxD
Receive Data
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
b RS485
b RS422
COMBICON
COMBICON
6
–
6
Rx–
5
–
5
Rx+
3, 4
–
3, 4
–
2
Tx–/Rx–
2
Tx–
1
Tx+/Rx+
1
Tx+
The RS485/-422 interface is galvanically isolated from the
bus. The RS232 does not have galvanic isolation features.
c Switches for bus termination resistors
Figure 59:
RS232, RS422, RS485 interfaces
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Serial interface module
XIOC-SER
LED display
LED display
LED function
Module
PW (Power)
ON
Switched on
ER (Error)
On/Off
Application specific
DTR
ON
Data Terminal Ready
DCD
ON
Data Carrier Detect
TxD
Flashing
Data is being sent
RxD
Flashing
Data is being received
Design of the RS422/RS485 interface
Rx +
Receiver
Transmitter
Transmitter
Receiver
Rx –
6
Tx/Rx –
5
Tx –
Tx +
2
Tx/Rx +
1
–
+
470
150
1
+
470
S
S
–
470
2
S
S
Figure 60:
RS485
RS422
RS422
150
470
–
+
470
150
470
RS422/RS485 interface
S = switch for bus termination resistor
Select the module in the configurator of the
easySoft-CoDeSys
Open the PLC Configurator
Click with the right mouse button on the required slot.
X Select the “Replace element” command.
X Select XIOC-SER with a double-click in a new window.
X
X
h The assignment between the slot of the module and the
COM… programming language in the configurator:
Activate the “Other Parameters” tab and select COM2, 3,
4 or 5 from the “Serial interface” list field a figure 62.
Figure 61:
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Configuration of the interface
Configuration of the interface
“Suconet-K mode (slave)” operating mode
After selection of the module, “Transparent” or “Suconet K”
(slave) operating mode (bus status) can be clicked in the “Other
parameters” tab. The operating mode becomes active after the
CPU is switched on. The power supply must be switched off and
back on after a selection change.
In this operating mode, the variable length data blocks are transferred between the XIOC-SER (Suconet K slave) module and a
Suconet-K master of the PS4 system.
“Transparent mode” operating mode
In this operating mode the RS232, RS485 or RS422 interface can
be used for sending and receiving data.
The RS232 interface is available externally for connection via a
9-pole SUB-D plug (pins); the RS422/RS485 interface can be
accessed via a 6-pole springloaded terminal block (COMBICON).
If you select the RS422 or RS485 interfaces, the position of the bus
termination resistor switch is important (a figure 60).
The resistors are integrated into the receive line (Rx-/Rx+) of the
RS422 interface. They can be switched in (default setting) or out
on the send line of the RS422 as well as the RS485 interface.
Both switches must be in the same setting position to guarantee
perfect communication.
An example for parameter settings in transparent mode is shown
in Figure 62. The parameters can be modified by a click on the
arrow button.
Figure 62:
X
Set the mode of operation (bus status) to “Suconet K” in the
“Other Parameters” tab of the easySoft-CoDeSys configurator
and match the parameters accordingly.
– Define the slave address which is displayed in the configurator of the Sucosoft S40 for the slave, in the “Suconet K
address” field.
– Define the send and receive data count (maximum 120
bytes). The send data count of the slave (XIOC-SER) must
correspond with the receive data of the master. The same
applies for the send data (master) a Receive data (slave).
– Serial interface: Here you select the logical name of your
interface. The serial interface module can be addressed by
this name in the user program.
– Specify the Suconet-K device type. Each station on the
Suconet-K rung is uniquely identified by a device type. By
default, the device type for the XIOC-SER is set to
SIS-TYP-A0EF, but you can change this to any other type.
An XIOC-SER can therefore also be configured as a replacement for a previous Suconet-K station (for example a
PS4-341-MM1). You do not have to modify the PS40
program for this purpose.
Default parameter in transparent mode
Serial interface:
Here you select the logical name of your interface. The serial interface module can be addressed by this name in the user program.
Figure 63:
Communications parameters for the Suconet K
operating mode
Setting gap time:
This function is not activated in the basic setting. The gap time is
used to tolerate possible intervals when receiving telegram characters (gaps in telegrams).
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Serial interface module
XIOC-SER
Master connection t XIOC-SER
The RS485 interface is active in the Suconet K operating mode.
Master
TA/RA------------ Tx/Rx+
XIOC-SER
TB/RB ------------ Tx/Rx-
Setting the bus termination resistors
Set the bus termination resistors. If the module is physically the
first or last module on the end of a line, set both of the S switches
(a fig. 60 ) to the “ON” setting (default setting). Both of the
switches must be set to “OFF” at all other positions on the line.
Both switches must be in the same setting position to guarantee
perfect communication.
Configuration in the Sucosoft S40
In the configurator of the Sucosoft S40, extend the master with the
XIOC-SER module by selecting the module from a list. Use the
same device type that you have selected in the list field “Device
type” in the configuration dialog of the XIOC-SER. The address is
displayed in the parameter window after selection. Enter the data
count in the “send data” and “receive data” fields.
Diagnostics on the master
The diagnostics byte of the slave (XIOC-SER) can be read in the
master program. The method for reading the diagnostics byte can
be found in the documentation of the master. The diagnostics byte
of the master has the following structure:
Bit
Meaning
0
Reserved
1
0 = Station in “RUN”
1 = Station in “Halt”
2
0 = ok
1 = Length fault of the received data
3
Reserved
4
Reserved
5
Reserved
6
0 = ok
1 = No connection
7
0 = ok
1 = Incorrect device type
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Diagnostics on the slave
The diagnostics is performed by the “Suconet K-Slave” function
block. You can query both of the “xMasterDiscon” and
“xMasterStop” outputs on the module.
You receive the following messages:
The “Suconet K-Slave” function block can be found in the
“Suconet K.lib” library. It is described in the manual
MN05010002Z-EN (previously AWB2786-1456GB) (Function
blocks for easySoft-CoDeSys).
xMasterDiscon
0 = Master connected
1 = Master disconnected
xMasterStop
0 = Master in RUN
1 = Master in STOP
Access to the receive and send data
Access from the user program to the data of the XIOC-SER module
is implemented in transparent mode with the aid of functions from
the xSysCom100.lib library, from the SysLibCom.lib or
xSysCom200.lib.
The functions are described in the manuals MN05003004Z-EN
(previously AWB2724-1453GB) for XC100 and MN05003001Z-EN
(previously AWB2724-1491GB) for XC200.
In the Suconet K operating mode you implement the
“Suconet K-Slave” function block.
The “Suconet K-Slave” function block can be found in the
“Suconet K.lib” library. It is described in the manual
MN05010002Z-EN (previously AWB2786-1456GB)
(Function blocks for easySoft-CoDeSys).
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6 Telecontrol module XIOC-TC1
Features
The module is used in conjunction with the XC200 CPU. It communicates via RS232, RS422, and RS485 interfaces with other devices
that have a serial interface.
PW
ER
DTR
TxD
DCD
RxD
a RS232
SUB-D
a
5
9
6
1
R
S
2
3
2
b
Rx
Rx
–
+
Tx/Rx –
Tx/Rx +
Off
6
5
4
3
2
1
R
S
4
2
2
/
4
8
5
c
On
9
–
8
CTS
Clear To Send
7
RTS
Request To Send
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
5
SGND
Signal Ground
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
3
TxD
Transmit Data
2
RxD
Receive Data
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
b RS485
b RS422
COMBICON
COMBICON
6
–
6
Rx–
5
–
5
Rx+
3, 4
–
3, 4
–
2
Tx–/Rx–
2
Tx–
1
Tx+/Rx+
1
Tx+
The RS485/422 interface is galvanically isolated from the
bus. The RS232 does not have galvanic isolation features.
c Switches for bus termination resistors
Figure 64:
RS232, RS422, RS485 interfaces
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Telecontrol module XIOC-TC1
LED display
LED display
LED function
Module
PW (Power)
ON
Switched on
ER (Error)
On/Off
Application specific
DTR
ON
Data Terminal Ready
DCD
ON
Data Carrier Detect
TxD
Flashing
Data is being sent
RxD
Flashing
Data is being received
Design of the RS422/RS485 interface
Rx +
Receiver
Transmitter
Transmitter
Receiver
Rx –
6
Tx/Rx –
5
Tx –
Tx +
2
Tx/Rx +
1
–
+
470
150
1
+
470
S
S
–
470
2
S
S
Figure 65:
RS485
RS422
RS422
150
470
–
+
470
150
470
RS422/RS485 interface
S = switch for bus termination resistor
Select the module in the configurator of the
easySoft-CoDeSys
Open the PLC Configurator
Click with the right mouse button on the required slot.
X Select the “Replace element” command.
X Select XIOC-TC1 with a double-click in a new window.
X
X
h The assignment between the slot of the module and the
COM… programming language in the configurator:
Activate the “Other Parameters” tab and select COM2, 3,
4 or 5 from the “Serial interface” list field a figure 66.
Figure 66:
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Configuration of the interface
Configuration of the interface
Access to the receive and send data
After selection of the card, “Transparent” or “Suconet K” (slave)
operating mode (bus status) can be clicked in the
“Other parameters” tab. The operating mode becomes active after
the CPU is switched on. The power supply must be switched off
and back on after a selection change.
Access from the user program to the data of the XIOC-SER module
is implemented in transparent mode with the aid of functions,
from the library or xSysCom200.lib. The functions are described in
the manuals MN05003001Z-EN (previously AWB2724-1491GB)
for XC200.
“Transparent mode” operating mode
Communications library for DNP3 protocol V1.1
In this operating mode the RS232, RS485 or RS422 interface can
be used for sending and receiving data.
The DNP3 protocol (DNP= distributed network protocol) implements secure data transfer between two communication partners.
The protocol was implemented for the XC200 control system in
connection with the XIOC-TC1 telecontrol module. It represents an
outstation from the DNP3 perspective (outstation is the DNP3
designation for 'slave') and answers the DNP3 master's corresponding data queries.
The RS232 interface is available externally for connection via a
9-pole SUB-D plug (pins); the RS422/RS485 interface can be
accessed via a 6-pole springloaded terminal block (COMBICON).
If you select the RS422 or RS485 interfaces, the position of the bus
termination resistor switch is important (a figure 65).
The resistors are integrated into the receive line (Rx-/Rx+) of the
RS422 interface. They can be switched in (default setting) or out
on the send line of the RS422 as well as the RS485 interface.
Both switches must be in the same setting position to guarantee
perfect communication.
An example for parameter settings in transparent mode is shown
in figure 67. The parameters can be modified by a click on the
arrow button.
The DNP3's library functions, which were developed for the XC200
controller and CoDeSys programming system, are described
below. The library implements the functionality in accord with
DNP3 interoperability level 2 (DNP3-L2) pursuant to the DNP3
specification, part 8. Cited DNP3 documents reflect the status as
of 15 Dec 2007.
Prerequisites
Minimum prerequisites for use are
•
•
•
•
•
PLC: XC200
Operating system version 1.05.03 or higher
XIOC-TC1
easySoft-CoDeSys version V2.3.9 +
Library: DNP3.lib
DNP3 communication and data model
DNP implements a secure data connection between master and
outstation. Communication is conducted here via five data objects:
Figure 67:
Default parameter in transparent mode
Serial interface:
Here you select the logical name of your interface. The serial interface module can be addressed by this name in the user program.
Setting gap time:
This function is not activated in the basic setting. The gap time is
used to tolerate possible intervals when receiving telegram characters (gaps in telegrams).
•
•
•
•
•
Binary Inputs
Binary Outputs
Analog Inputs
Analog Outputs
Counter
These are addressed through indices. Data is always considered
here from the master's point of view:
The master reads binary Inputs; so the outstation writes to the
master's binary input data object. The complete communication
relationship is obtainable from the following figure.
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Telecontrol module XIOC-TC1
Binary
Input
Analog
inputs
Counter
Input
BinaryOutput
Analog
outputs
Analog
inputs
Counter
Input
BinaryOutput
Analog
outputs
13
13
12
12
11
11
11
11
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
8
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Master
Master Request
Master Confirmation on Slave response
Figure 68:
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Binary
Input
DNP3 master-outstation data objects and data flow
Outstation (XC200)
Slave response
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Communications library for
DNP3 protocol V1.1
Function summary
The following functions are implemented for DNP3 protocol use:
Server functions
a Page
DNP3_Create
Connecting the DNP3 server
66
DNP3_Destroy
Deleting the DNP3 server
66
DNP3_Execute
DNP3 state machine call
66
DNP3_OpenCom
Connection to the communication interface
67
DNP3_CloseCom
Stop the communication connection.
67
DNP3_SetBI
Write (the master's) digital inputs.
67
DNP3_SetAI
Write (the master's) analog inputs.
68
DNP3_SetCI
Write the master's counter inputs.
68
DNP3_GetAO
Read the master's analog outputs.
70
DNP3_GetBO
Read the master's digital outputs.
70
DNP3_GetBI
Read the digital inputs in the outstation (read back the self-written inputs).
69
DNP3_GetAI
Read the outstation's analog inputs (read back the self-written inputs).
69
DNP3_GetCI
Read the outstation's counter inputs (read back the self-written inputs).
70
Read, write data
Write event-controlled data
DNP3_Set_BIwEvent
Write the master's event digital inputs.
68
DNP3_Set_AIwEvent
Write (the master's) event analog inputs.
69
DNP3_Set_CIwEvent
Write (the master) event-counter inputs.
69
Set debug level.
70
Test function
DNP3_SetDbgLevel
Data direction is always to be seen from the master's point of view
here. So writing the digital input from the outstation's point of
view means writing the digital master's inputs.
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Binary
Input
Analog
Input
Counter
Input
BinaryOutput
Analog
Output
Counter
Input
BinaryOutput
Analog
Output
DNP3_
SET_BI
DNP3_
SET_AI
DNP3_
SET_CI
DNP3_
SET_BO
DNP3_
SET_AO
13
12
12
11
11
11
11
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Master Request
Master Confirmation on Slave response
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Analog
Input
13
Master
Figure 69:
Binary
Input
Assignment of functions to data objects
Outstation (XC200)
Slave response
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Communications library for
DNP3 protocol V1.1
The functions use return values from the DNP3Result enumeration
type.
Possible error causes are itemized in the following presentation.
Those respectively relevant are listed in the subsequently following
description of the functions.
TYPE DNP3RESULT :
(
DNP3RES_OK := 0,
(* Data Link Layer *)
DNP3DLLRES_InvalidEventForState := 20, (* internal usage *)
DNP3DLLRES_InvalidStateCode := 21, (* internal usage *)
(* TransportFunction *)
DNP3TFRES_SenderBusy := 40, (* internal usage *)
(* Application Layer *)
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex := 60, (* wIndex exeeds array bounds *)
DNP3ALRES_InvalidFunctionCode := 61, (* internal usage *)
DNP3ALRES_InvalidGroup := 62, (* internal usage *)
DNP3ALRES_InvalidVariation := 63, (* internal usage *)
DNP3ALRES_InvalidQualCode := 64, (* internal usage *)
DNP3ALRES_InvalidRangeValue := 65, (* internal usage *)
DNP3ALRES_InvalidTimeValue := 66, (* internal usage *)
DNP3ALRES_CommonTimeOfOccurenceNotSet := 70, (* internal usage *)
(* PLC level *)
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle := 80, (* dwDNP3Handle invalid*)
DNP3PLCRES_CantUseSysComDll := 81, (* can´t create xSysCOM *)
DNP3PLCRES_CantOpenComPort := 82, (* can´t open COM port *)
DNP3PLCRES_ComPortNotOpened := 83, (* COM not opened *)
DNP3PLCRES_CantCreateDNP3 := 84, (* allocatiobn of internal memory failed *)
DNP3PLCRES_ArraySizeToHigh := 85, (* one or more of the array sizes is to high *)
DNP3PLCRES_ArraySizeNotSet := 86, (* one or more of the array sizes is zero *)
DNP3PLCRES_NotAllowedNullArg := 87, (* one of used call arguments is a NULL-Pointer *)
(* Execute events *)
DNP3PLCRES_DataChangedByMaster := 100,(* not used *)
DNP3RES_FORCE_DWORD:=4294967295
);
END_TYPE
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Function DNP3_Create
FUNCTION DNP3_Create : DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
wAddress : WORD; (* IN: own DNP3 address *)
pAppDataCfg : POINTER TO DNP3APPDATACFG;
(* IN: pointer to a structure filled with the sizes of application data arrays *)
pExtCfg : POINTER TO DNP3EXTCFG;
(* IN: pointer to a structure filled with extended config information for DNP3. *)
phDNP3 : POINTER TO DWORD;
(* OUT: DNP3-handle *)
END_VAR
A DNP3 server structure is created in the XC200 controller with the
DNP3_Create function. The DNP3 outstation's address and size of
the areas for the data fields is transferred. These are allocated in
the operating system's memory, so the need no memory space in
the controller's application program memory area.
(* Create/Initialize DNP3 interface and allocate all arrays
DNP3RES_OK - no errors
DNP3PLCRES_CantAllocDNP3 - allocation of internal memory
failed
DNP3PLCRES_NotAllowedNullArg - one of used arguments is a
NULL-Pointer
The function returns a reference to the DNP3 server in the phDNP3
variable, which is used in the further running of the other access
functions.
The DNP3APPDFATACFG structure is needed to transfer the size of
the data fields for communication. The number of inputs for each
of the five data fields that can exchanged between the outstation
and the DBP3 master data is defined here.
TYPE DNP3APPDATACFG :
STRUCT
wBISize : WORD:=0; (* Size of Binary-Input array. Must be
set to 1..1024 *)
wAISize : WORD:=0; (* Size of Analog-Inputs array. Must be
set to 1..1024 *)
wCISize : WORD:=0; (* Size of Counter-Input array. Must be
set to 1..1024 *)
wBOSize : WORD:=0; (* Size of Binary-Output array. Must be
set to 1..1024 *)
wAOSize : WORD:=0; (* Size of Analog-Output array. Must be
set to 1..1024 *)
END_STRUCT
END_TYPE
DNP3PLCRES_ArraySizeToHigh - one or more of the array sizes
is >1024
DNP3PLCRES_ArraySizeNotSet - one or more of the array sizes
is zero
*)
Function DNP3_Destroy
FUNCTION DNP3_Destroy:DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
END_VAR
The function closes a created DNP3 server and releases all allocated memory areas.
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
Function DNP3_Execute
UNCTION DNP3_Execute:DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
Further information about the DNP3 library's configuration occurs
via the DNP3EXTCFG structure.
• Timeout
• Unsolicited Response
The DNP3CREATE function returns the function call's result via the
general DNP3RESULT result structure. Possible errors are:
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
END_VAR
The function starts the DNP3 state machine. This function must be
called cyclically. The function reads pending data from the XIOCTC1 module and executes the contingent tasks.
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
DNP3PLCRES_ComPortNotOpened
COM not opened
DNP3PLCRES_CantUseSysComDll
SysCom missing
Function DNP3_OpenCom
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DNP3 protocol V1.1
FUNCTION DNP3_OpenCom : DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
Function DNP3_SetBI
FUNCTION DNP3_SetBI:DNP3RESULT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wPortNr : WORD;
COM port number. See xSysCom200
library
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD; DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
wBaudrate : WORD;
See xSysCom200 library
bValue : BYTE;
wStopbits : WORD;
See xSysCom200 library
Value that will be written to array
element
wParity : WORD;
See xSysCom200 library
wDataLength : WORD;
See xSysCom200 library
END_VAR
The function establishes the connection between the created
DNP3 server and the XIOC-TC1 module. This logical COM number
(COM2, 3, 4, 5) was assigned while defining the module's parameters in the CoDeSys control configurator. This logical number is
now transferred to wPortNr.
The XsysCom200.lib library contains the definitions for defining
the interface's parameters.
Example of the wPortMr port number:
VAR_INPUT
END_VAR
The function describes an element in the digital inputs range.
The wIndex 0 statement describes the first element. The wBlSize
variable's statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the
highest index. So here the statement is wBlsize-1.
Special DNP3 conventions are to be heeded during digital data
construction in the description.
Binary values are represented by one byte. The construction
thereby corresponds to the definition pursuant to DNP3 object
library (DNP3 Specification, volume 6, part 2 (Binary input with
flags)).
Bit
Flag meaning
0
Online (0 inactive, 1 active)
COM3,
1
Restart (0, normal, 1 variable in initial status)
COM4,
2
Comm_Lost (0, normal, 1 Value represents last valid data)
COM5 ) := COM1;
3
Remote_Forced (0, normal, 1 Value forced by external device)
4
Local_Forced 0, normal, 1 forced by local device e.g. HMI)
5
Chatter_Filter
FUNCTION DNP3_CloseCom:DNP3RESULT
6
Reserved (always 0)
VAR_INPUT
7
State : 0.1 representing the state of physical or logical input
TYPE COMPORTS :
( COM1
:=1, (* COM1
COM2,
: OnBoard RS232 *)
(* COM2 - 5 : XIOC-SER, XIOC-TC1 *)
END_TYPE
Function DNP3_CloseCom
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
The DNP3 specification (volume 6, part 1, Basics p. 21 ff) contains
the flags' exact description.
END_VAR
The function releases the connection between the created DNP3
server and the communication module. Communication via
DNP3_Execute is no longer possible.
The connection can be reactivated with DNP3_OpenComm().
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle is used
DNP3PLCRES_ComPortNotOpened
COM not opened
DNP3PLCRES_CantUseSysComDll
SysCom missing
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
When the wIndex exceed array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
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Telecontrol module XIOC-TC1
Function DNP3_SetCI
Function DNP3_SetAI
FUNCTION DNP3_SetAI:DNP3RESULT
FUNCTION DNP3_SetCI:DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
VAR_INPUT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
wValue : WORD;
Value that will be written to array
element
dwValue : DWORD;
Value that will be written to array
element
bFlags:Byte;
Flags that will be written to array
element
bFlags:Byte;
Flags that will be written to array
element
END_VAR
END_VAR
The function describes an element in the analog inputs range.
The wIndex 0 statement describes the first element. The wAlSize
variable statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the
highest index. So the statement here is wAlsize-1.
The function describes an element in the counter range.
The wIndex 0 statement describes the first element. The wClSize
variable statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the
highest index. So the statement is wClsize-1 here.
The flags' definition almost corresponds to that for the binary data
(bit 7 is always 0 here).
See Page 71 for flag construction and definition.
Bit
Flag meaning
0
Online (0 inactive, 1 active)
1
Restart (0, normal, 1 variable in initial status)
2
Comm_Lost (0, normal, 1 Value represents last valid data)
3
Remote_Forced (0, normal, 1 Value forced by external device)
4
Local_Forced 0, normal, 1 forced by local device e.g. HMI)
5
Chatter_Filter
6
Reserved (always 0)
7
0
The flag byte's configuration and meaning
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceeds array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceeds array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
Function DNP3_SetBIwEvent
FUNCTION DNP3_SetBIwEvent:DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
bValue : BYTE;
Value that will be written to array
element
END_VAR
The function describes an element in the digital inputs range.
The wIndex 0 statement describes the first element. The wBlSize
variable statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the
highest index. So the statement is wBlsize-1 here.
The master can query for specific data changes in contrast to the
DNP3_SetBl function. So a change to the data with the
DNP3_SETBlwEvent function in the outstation is registered directly
as a change with the master. Otherwise the master would always
have to compare between old and new values to determine differences.
Special DNP3 conventions are to be heeded during digital data
construction in the description.
Binary values are represented by one byte. The construction
thereby corresponds to the definition pursuant to DNP3 object
library (DNP3 Specification, volume 6, part 2 (Binary input with
flags)).
See Page 71 for flag construction and definition.
Return value:
68
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
When the wIndex exceed array
bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
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Communications library for
DNP3 protocol V1.1
Function DNP3_SetAIwEvent
Function DNP3_GetBI
FUNCTION DNP3_SetAIwEvent:DNP3RESULT
FUNCTION DNP3_GetBI:DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
VAR_INPUT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
wValue : WORD;
Value that will be written to array
element
bFlags:Byte;
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
pbValue : Pointer to BYTE;
Pointer to variable that
will be filled with
requested value
Flags that will be written to array
element
END_VAR
END_VAR
The function describes an element in the analog inputs range.
The wIndex 0 statement describes the first element. The wAlSize
variable statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the
highest index. So the statement here is wAlsize-1.
The master can specifically query data changes in contrast to the
DNP3_SetAl function. A data change with the DNP3_SETAlwEvent
function in the outstation is thus registered directly as a change in
the master. Otherwise the master must always compare between
old and new values to determine differences.
See Page 71 for flag construction and definition.
Return value:
The function reads an element in the digital inputs range. Thus
data written with DNP3_SetBl can be read back. The wIndex 0
statement describes the first element. The wBLSize variable statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the highest index.
So the statement is wBLsize-1 here.
The notes concerning digital data configuration are to be heeded
when interpreting the values.
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceeds array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle is used
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceeds array bounds
FUNCTION DNP3_GetAI:DNP3RESULT
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
nvalid dwDNP3Handle
VAR_INPUT
Function DNP3_SetCIwEvent
FUNCTION DNP3_SetCI:DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
dwValue : DWORD;
Value that will be written to array
element
bFlags:Byte;
Flags that will be written to array
element
END_VAR
The function describes an element in the counter range.
The wIndex 0 statement describes the first element. The wClSize
variable statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the
highest index. So the statement is wClsize-1 here.
The master can query data changes specifically in contrast to the
DNP3_SetCl function. A data change with the DNP3_SETClwEvent
function in the outstation is thus registered directly as a change in
the master. Otherwise the master must always compare between
old and new values to determine differences.
See Page 71 for flag construction and definition.
Function DNP3_GetAI
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
index of element
pwValue : Pointer to WORD;
Pointer to variable that will
be filled with requested
value
pbFlags: Pointer to Byte;
Pointer to variable that will
be filled with requested
flags
END_VAR
The function reads an element in the analog inputs' range. This
way, data written with DNP3_SetAl can be read back. The windex
0 statement describes the first element. The wAlSize variable
statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the highest
index; the statement is thus wAlsize-1 here. The data for values
and flags are returned via two pointers. For the flags' configuration, see Page 71 for flag construction and definition.
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceeds array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle is used
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceeds array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
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Telecontrol module XIOC-TC1
Function DNP3_GetAO
Function DNP3_GetCI
FUNCTION DNP3_GetCI:DNP3RESULT
FUNCTION DNP3_SetAO:DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
VAR_INPUT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
index of element
wIndex : WORD;
index of element
pwValue : WORD;
Pointer to variable that will be
filled with requested value
pbValue : Byte;
requested flagsvalue
pdwValue : Pointer to DWORD; Pointer to variable that will
be filled with requested
value
pbFlags: Pointer to Byte;
Pointer to variable that will
be filled with requested
flags
END_VAR
The function reads an element in the counter range. Thus data
written with DNP3_SetCl can be read back. The wIndex 0 statement describes the first element. The wClSize variable statement
in the DNP3_Create function call defines the highest index. The
statement here is thus wClsize-1.
END_VAR
The function reads an element in the analog outputs' range
(the master's output = input for the outstation). The wIndex 0
statement points to the first element. The wAOSize variable statement in the DNP3_Create function call defines the highest index.
The statement here is thus wAOsize-1.
Return value:
Return value:
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceed array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceed array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle
Function DNP3_SetDbgLevel
FUNCTION DNP3_SetDbgLevel : DNP3RESULT
VAR_INPUT
Function DNP3_GetBO
nDbgLevel :DNP3DBGLEV;
FUNCTION
DNP3_GetBO:DNP3RESULT
END_VAR
VAR_INPUT
dwDNP3Handle : DWORD;
DNP3 handle to DNP3 interface
wIndex : WORD;
Index of element
pbValue : Pointer toByte;
Pointer to variable that will
be filled with requested value
END_VAR
This function logs the DNP3 library's internal states. This facilitates
the investigation of communication problems between the master
and outstation.
Possible values are:
TYPE DNP3DBGLEV :
The function reads an element in the digital output range
(master's output = input for the outstation). The windex 0 statement points to the first element. The wBoSize variable's statement
in the DNP3_Create function call defines the highest index. So the
statement here is wBosize-1.
(
DNP3DBGLEV_None:=0
No recording
DNP3DBGLEV_Error := 1,
Recording errors
DNP3DBGLEV_Warning := 2,
Recording warnings
DNP3DBGLEV_Info := 3,
The notes concerning digital data configuration are to be heeded
when interpreting the values.
Recording additional information
DNP3DBGLEV_Trace := 4,
Recording function invocations and parameters
Return value:
DNP3DBGLEV_Max := 5,
Recording of all debug outputs
DNP3RES_OK
No errors
DNP3ALRES_WrongIndex
wIndex exceed array bounds
DNP3PLCRES_WrongHandle
Invalid dwDNP3Handle is used
DNP3DBGLEV_FORCE_DWORD:=42949 (* Internal *)
67295
):= DNP3DBGLEV_None;
END_TYPE
The log file is stored temporarily in the controller under
\temp\dnp3plc.log and must be transferred to a host via FTP
before switching off the controller. The file no longer exists after
the controller is switched back on.
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Communications library for
DNP3 protocol V1.1
Programming
Programming is implemented in the following steps:
• Server creation using statement of sizes for the data fields DNP3_Create().
• Connection to the XIOC-TC1 module - DNP3_OpenCOM()
• Cyclic call of the function to
– Read the data (DNP3Get...)
– Write the data (DNP3SET...)
– DNP3_Execute() function call to execute the DNP3 state
machine.
• Closing the communication connection (DNP3_CloseComm()).
This occurs conveniently in the PLC program's stop event.
• Server resource destruction (DNP3_Destroy())
h All serial communication connections are automatically
destroyed independently of this when the PLC transitions
to halt.
FLAGs definition in DNP3
Binary data types flag definition
Bit
Flag meaning
0
Online (0 inactive, 1 active)
1
Restart (0, normal, 1 variable in initial status)
2
Comm_Lost (0, normal, 1 Value represents last valid data)
3
Remote_Forced (0, normal, 1 Value forced by external device)
4
Local_Forced 0, normal, 1 forced by local device e.g. HMI)
5
Chatter_Filter
6
Reserved (always 0)
7
State : 0.1 representing the state of physical or logical input
Flag definition for non-binary data types
Bit
Flag meaning
0
Online (0 inactive, 1 active)
1
Restart (0, normal, 1 variable in initial status)
2
Comm_Lost (0, normal, 1 Value represents last valid data)
3
Remote_Forced (0, normal, 1 Value forced by external device)
4
Local_Forced 0, normal, 1 forced by local device e.g. HMI)
5
Chatter_Filter
6
Reserved (always 0)
7
0
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Telecontrol module XIOC-TC1
Function code according to DNP3 level 2
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DNP OBJECT GROUP & VARIATION
REQUEST (Master may issue and Outstation must parse)
RESPONSE (Master must parse
and Outstation may issue)
Grp
Var
Description
Function Codes
(dec)
Qualifier Codes (hex)
Function Codes
(dec)
Qualifier
Codes (hex)
1
0
Binary Input – Any Variation
1 (read)
06 (no range,or all)
2
0
Binary Input Event – Any Variation
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
2
1
Binary Input Event – Without time
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
129 (response)
130 (unsol. Resp)
17, 28 (index)
2
2
Binary Input Event – With absolute time
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
129 (response)
130 (unsol. Resp)
17, 28 (index)
2
3
Binary Input Event – With relative time
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
129 (response)
130 (unsol. Resp)
17, 28 (index)
10
0
Binary Output – Any Variation
1 (read)
06 (no range,or all)
12
1
Binary Command –
Control relay output block (CROB)
3 (select)
4 (operate)
5 (direct op)
6 (dir. op, no ack)
17, 28 (index)
129 (response)
echo of request
20
0
Counter – Any Variation
1 (read)
7 (freeze)
8 (freeze noack)
9 (freeze clear)
10 (frz. cl. noack)
06 (no range,or all)
22
0
Counter Event – Any Variation
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
30
0
Analog Input – Any Variation
1 (read)
06 (no range,or all)
32
0
Analog Input Event – Any Variation
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
40
0
Analog Output Status – Any Variation
1 (read)
06 (no range,or all)
41
2
Analog Output – 16-bit
3 (select)
4 (operate)
5 (direct op)
6 (dir. op, no ack)
17, 28 (index)
129 (response)
echo of request
50
1
Time and Date – Absolute time
2 (write)
07 (limited qty = 1)
60
1
Class Objects – Class 0 data
1 (read)
06 (no range,or all)
60
2
Class Objects – Class 1 data
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
60
3
Class Objects – Class 2 data
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
60
4
Class Objects – Class 3 data
1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
80
1
Internal Indications – Packed format
2 (write)
00 (start-stop) index=7
No Object (function code only)
13 (cold restart)
No Object (function code only)
23 (delay meas.)
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7 Suconet K module (master) XIOC-NET-SK-M
Features
LED display
The module is used in conjunction with the XC100 or XC200 CPU.
It has the function of the master on the Suconet K line and can
control up to 16 slaves. Suconet K and Suconet K1 slaves are
possible.
On an XC100 a maximum of two modules (COM interfaces) and
on a XC200 a maximum of four modules (COM interfaces) can be
operated. As the modules XIOC-SER and XIOC-NET-SK-M are
addressed via the COM interfaces, the details of the number of
modules (COM interfaces) in the PLC refers to both modules.
PW
ER
DTR
TxD
DCD
RxD
LED display
LED function
Module
PW (Power)
ON
Switched on
ER (Error)
On/Off
Application specific
DTR
ON
Ready for operation
DCD
ON
All stations connected
TxD
ON
Data is being sent
RxD
ON
Data is being received
Design of the Suconet K (RS485) interface
XIOC-NET-SK-M
RS485
Receiver
Transmitter
Tx/Rx –
Tx/Rx +
2
1
S
a
TB/RB
TA/RA
Off
Figure 70:
6
5
4
3
2
1
S
u
c
o
n
e
t
S
–
+
470
Figure 71:
b
150
470
Suconet K interface / RS485 interface
S = switch for bus termination resistor
K
On
Suconet K interface RS485
a RS485
(COMBICON)
b Switches for bus termination resistors
6 –
5 –
4 –
3 –
2 TB/RB
1 TA/RA
The RS485 interface is galvanically isolated from the bus.
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Suconet K module (master)
XIOC-NET-SK-M
Select the module in the configurator of the
easySoft-CoDeSys
Open the PLC Configurator
X Click with the right mouse button on the required slot.
X Select the “Replace element” command.
X Select the module with a double-click in a new window.
X
Configuration of the interface
After selection of the module the baud rate and the serial interface
COM2, 3, 4 or 5 can be set in the “Other Parameters” tab.
h The assignment between the slot of the module and the
COM… programming language in the configurator: Activate the “Other Parameters” tab and select COM2, 3, 4
or 5 from the “Serial interface” list field a figure 73.
Figure 73:
Parameters for Suconet K master
Setting the bus termination resistors
Set the bus termination resistors. If the module is physically the
first or last module on the end of a line, set both of the S switches
(a figure 71) to the ON setting (default setting). Both of the
switches must be set to “OFF” at all other positions on the line.
Both switches must be in the same setting position to guarantee
perfect communication.
Access to the receive and send data
Access from the user program to the data of the XIOC-NET-SK-M
is implemented with the aid of the function blocks from the
“SuconetK_Master.lib” library. The function blocks are described
in the manual MN05010002Z-EN (previously AWB2786-1456GB)
"Function blocks for easySoft-CoDeSys".
Figure 72:
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Integrate the module, here: XIOC-SER
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8 PROFIBUS-DP modules XIOC-NET-DP-M / XIOC-NET-DP-S
The PROFIBUS-DP modules XIOC-NET-DP-M (M = master) and
XIOC-NET-DP-S (S = slave) forms the interface between the
XC100-/XC200-CPU and the PROFIBUS-DP, which corresponds to
the standard EN 50170 Vol. 2.
RUN
ER
RDY
STA
XIOC-NET-DP-M
h The master module is referred to in the following with the
abbreviation DP-M module; the slave module is referred
to as the DP-S module. If the description applies to both
modules, they are simply referred to as the DP module.
S
e
r
v
i
c
e
A DP module can be inserted into one of the first three slots beside
the CPU. This must also be taken into consideration with the
configuration in the easySoft-CoDeSys PLC configuration.
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Table 16:
Maximum quantity and slots for DP modules dependant on
the control type
XC
Slot
Max. quantity
Comment
XC100
1, 2 or 3
21)
a table 20
XC200
1, 2 and 3
3
No gaps between DP
modules! a table 21
6
5
1
a
P
R
O
F
I
B
U
S
D
P
b
1) From operating system version 3.10 or higher, a DP-M and a DP-S
module are possible.
The DP-M module organizes and operates the data transfer
between the user program and the connected slaves. Up to
31 slaves can be addressed on one bus section. Several sections
can be coupled together using repeaters, thus allowing up to
124 slaves to be connected.
Figure 74:
XIOC-NET-DP-M front view
(XIOC-NET-DP-S is identical except for the type designation)
a PROFIBUS-DP interface
b Bus termination resistors
The DP-S module can send and receive up to 244 bytes.
Hardware and software prerequisites
The following prerequisites must be fulfilled for use of a
DP module:
Table 17:
Hardware and software prerequisites
Hardware
Software DP-M
Software DP-S
XC100 f V04
BTS f V3.0
BTS f V3.10
XC200 f V04
BTS f V1.02.00
BTS f V1.03.02
BTS = operating system
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PROFIBUS-DP modules
XIOC-NET-DP-M /
XIOC-NET-DP-S
Features
PROFIBUS-DP interface
In order to connect the PROFIBUS-DP cable to the galvanically
isolated RS485 interface, you will require the special PROFIBUS-DP
connector ZB4-209-DS2. It features the required wiring for
malfunction free operation up to 12 Mbit/s.
PROFIBUS-DP
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
Pin
Meaning
3
RxD/TxD-P
4
CNTR-P
5
DGND
6
VP (+5 V DC)
8
RxD/TxD-N
on
off
on
off
Figure 77:
Bus termination resistors on PROFIBUS-DP connector
Status and diagnostics display (LEDs)
The four LEDs on the DP modules provide information concerning
their status. They can occur in the following combinations:
Switches for bus termination resistors
Termination resistors must be present on both ends of the cable.
The DP module features switch-in bus termination resistors and
can be placed at the end of a line.
LED-combination
Master status
RUN
k
k
ER
Communication o.k.
RDY
k
k
STA
RUN
k
k
ER
RDY
l
k
STA
k
ER
RUN
Figure 75:
Bus termination resistor on the DP module
(left switched on, right switched off)
5V
330
RxD/TxD-P
220
RDY
k
k
STA
RUN
k
k
ER
RDY
k
k
STA
0V
Figure 76:
Bus termination resistors on the DP module
h On modules which do not feature bus termination resistors the ZB4-209-DS2 PROFIBUS-DP connector can be
used. It features a sliding switch which can be used to
switch the resistors in or out.
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All slaves are missing or there is no bus
connector
At least one slave is missing
LED-combination
Slave Status
RUN
k
k
ER
Communication o.k.
RDY
k
k
STA
k
ER
RUN
RDY
k
k
STA
RUN
l
k
ER
RDY
k
k
STA
RxD/TxD-N
330
Hardware error
k ON
cyclic flash
Connection to master interrupted or wrong
address
Not configured
l irregular flash
k OFF
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DP module operation
DP module operation
– Prerequisite: Watchdog not active
After the slave is decoupled, the data last received from the
master remains.
Download behavior
In a configuration with one or more DP modules the CPU will require
a few seconds for the warm start after a project download. During this
time the easySoft-CoDeSys user interface will not indicate any parameter changes or allow any data input. A “?” will appear in the configuration behind the inputs.
Behavior after switch on of the supply voltage
An error message appears when the supply voltage is applied and
the CPU does not contain a user program. The following LEDs of
the DP module are displayed:
ER, RDY and STA LEDs light up and the RUN LED flashes. As soon
as a program is loaded, the “Error” message will disappear and
the bus communication is active. As the CPU is in the STOP state,
the RUN/STOP LED will flash on the CPU. A transition from STOP
l RUN means the data is transferred via the bus.
The LEDs now have these states: RUN, RDY and STA LED light up
and the ER LED is off.
Behavior after RUN l STOP transition
• With configuration of the XC200 with DP-M module
When the CPU switches from RUN to STOP, the master sets the
content of all data to be sent to “0”. The bus communication
remains active. However, no application data is transferred.
In slaves without a user program, such as e.g. in an XI/ON-I/O unit,
the outputs are set to “0” as a result. The slaves with a user
program receive the “0” information in the receive data. A reaction to the “0” data must be programmed by the user.
• With configuration: XC200 with DP S module
After the RUN l STOP transition, the slave sets the data content
which is sent to the master to “0”. A reaction in the master to the
“0” data must be programmed by you. The communication with
the master is retained. The slave receives the current data from the
master as was the case beforehand.
Behavior after interruption of the DP line
a section “Configuration XIOC-NET-DP-S/M”, “Auto Clear
Mode” function
• With configuration of the XC200 with DP-M module
The master detects when the connection is interrupted to some
slaves. In this case it sets the received data which the decoupled
slaves send to “0”.
• With configuration of the XC200 with DP-S module
– Prerequisite: Watchdog active
If the slave is decoupled, the slave sets the data sent by the
master to “0” after the watchdog time has timed out. The
data to the master continues to be updated by the slave.
Process analysis
The following browser commands are available for tracing the
causes of malfunctions.
geteventlist
Event list
geterrorlist
Error list
plcload
Display of the CPU loading in %.
Should be under 70 %.
Configuration XIOC-NET-DP-S/M
The basic configuration is described in the manual for programming software (MN05010003Z-EN; previously AWB27001437GB).
In the master’s configuration, you can change the “Auto Clear
Mode” function in the DP Parameter tab:
• Not active (default): If a slave is disconnected from the bus, the
master continues to communicate with the other slaves.
• Active: If a slave is disconnected from the bus, the master sets
the outputs of all slaves on the bus to the safe state and stops
all communication. To restart communication, switch the CPU
power of and on again.
The “Autostart” function on the DP Parameter tab has no effect.
The configuration of the XIOC-NET-DP-M can be seen in the
example on Page 91.
A few peculiarities must be observed for configuration of the
XIOC-NET-DP-S. The data to be transferred is packed into data
blocks, which you can select in the “Inputs/Outputs” tab. There for
example, you will find blocks available such as “2 Byte input con
(0x91)” for inputs (data receive) as well as “2 Byte output con
(0x91)” for the outputs (data send). The designation “con” stands
for consistent. This means that the data, such a two bytes are
consistent. This ensures that the master will process the two bytes
simultaneously.
The same data blocks must be configured in the same sequence for
the master PLC as well as for the slave PLC. In the configuration of
the slave PLC the data direction is defined by the suffix “IECInput” (data receive) or “IEC-Output” (data send) (a figure 89).
The quantity of transferred data in one direction is limited to:
• Data blocks: max. 24
• Byte: max. 244
In the program, the send and receive data are accessed with the
directly represented variables in the configurator.
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XIOC-NET-DP-S
Data exchange
PROFIBUS-DP module (master) t slaves
The PROFIBUS-DP master (XIOC-NET-DP-M) supports two
protocol types:
• Cyclic data exchange (DP-V0 services)
The data exchange between the master and slaves is implemented cyclically with the PROFIBUS-DP bus. As a result the
master copies the data in the input/output image of the CPU.
The user program accesses this data.
• Asynchronous data exchange (DP-V1 services)
The asynchronous data exchange serves acyclic reading and
writing of data; e. g. for parametric programming of a drive.
Function blocks are used for this task (see manual
MN05010002Z-EN; previously AWB278-1456GB:
Acyclic data access modules for PROFIBUS-DP).
XC100: cyclic data exchange
On the XC100 the data exchange between the CPU and the DP-M
module is determined by the program cycle.
Before the program start commences, the slave data is copied from
the DP-M module into the input image of the CPU. Then the user
program and the PROFIBUS-DP cycle (data exchange DP master
t slave) start simultaneously. At the end of the program cycle the
data of the output image is copied into the DP-M module.
The bus cycle time should be less than the program cycle time. If it
is longer (a figure 78), no data exchange occurs at the end of
the program cycle; the bus cycle continues. This means that the
next programming cycle will be performed with the “old” data
from the previous bus cycle.
Program
cycle time
No new
Data !
Program
cycle time
PROFIBUS-DP master t DP-S module
The DP master implements a cyclic data exchange (DP-V0 services)
with the DP-S module. The configuration, parametric programming and programming of the PLCs is explained in section
“Example: Data transfer XC200 (master) n XC100 (slave)” on
Page 81.
Program
cycle
Data exchange
PROFIBUS-DP
cycle
Bus cycle time <
Program cycle time
XC100/XC200 t DP-M module
The received and transmitted data of the slave are collected in the
memory of the PROFIBUS-DP module (XIOC-NET-DP-M) and
exchanged with the input/output image of the control. The timing
of the exchange depends on the control type and the operating
mode.
Table 18:
Operating modes of the XC100/XC200
Operating mode
XC100
Without task management
Cyclic
XC200
With task management
periodic (monotasking)
periodic (multitasking)
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Figure 78:
Bus cycle time < Program cycle time
Data exchange between XC100 and DP-M module
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Data exchange
XC200: Periodic data exchange (monotasking)
The XC200 always performs the user program periodically.
The target rotation time is displayed in accordance with the baud
rate, e. g. at a baud rate of 12 Mbit/s = 6647 tBit.
Without task management the default program PLC_PRG is
processed with a cycle time (task interval) of 10 ms. This corresponds to a program which is managed by a single task and which
is accessed with a task interval of 10 ms.
The data exchange between the CPU and the DP-M module is
determined by the task interval. At the end of the task interval, the
data exchange between the input/output image of the CPU and
the DP module occurs.
The program start is initiated with the start of the next task interval
and the DP-BUS cycle (data exchange DP-Master n Slaves).
The task interval must be longer than the bus cycle time in order
to guarantee a refresh of the inputs/outputs in every program
cycle. If the task interval is less than the bus cycle time
(a fig. 79), data exchange will not take place at the start of the
following task. The bus cycle continues and a refresh of the
inputs/outputs occurs in the next cycle.
In order to derive the time required for the task interval, determine
the bus cycle time in dependance on the baud rate.
Select the time for the task interval to be 5 % longer than the bus
cycle time.
In general, the time for the task interval is in a range from
2 ms to 500 ms.
Task
interval
Program
cycle time
No new
Data !
Task
Figure 80:
In order to ascertain the TTR in ms, determine the bit time [ns] for
an individual bit using the following formula:
Bit time [ns] =
PROFIBUS-DP
cycle
Example for a configuration comprised of a PROFIBUS-DP line with
two stations:
The bus should be operated with a baud rate of 12000000 Bit/s.
How long is the TTR?
83
Bus cycle time < Taskinterval
Bus cycle time < Taskinterval
Data exchange with periodic operation
Determination of the bus cycle time:
In order to determine the bus cycle time you must access the
Target Rotation Time (TTR) of the PROFIBUS-DP. It is a little longer
than the bus cycle time.
1000000000
Baud rate [Bit/s]
Multiply the bit time with the TTR [tBit] which is defined in the
configurator (a fig. 80), you will receive a target rotation time in
ms.
1000000000
12000000
Data exchange
Figure 79:
Setting the bus parameters
= 83.33 ns (time for one bit)
x 6647 (tBit config.) = 0.55 ms (TTR)
Add 5 % and you receive the time for the task interval = approx.
0.60 ms. In this case however, 2 ms should be entered as the
smallest task interval is 2 ms!
If you select this configuration with two stations having different
baud rates, the following TTR results:
The TTR can be taken from the bus parameters of the
easySoft-CoDeSys configurator time
It is defined in “tBit“ = “Bit times”:
X
X
Click on the XIOC-NET-DP-M folder in the PLC configuration.
Open the “Bus Parameters” tab and set the baud rate.
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Table 19:
Target Rotation Time, dependent on the baud rate
Baud rate
1 tBit [ns]
Config. [tBit]
TTR [ms]
12 Mbit/s
83
6647
0.5539
6 MBit/s
166
5143
0.8572
3 MBit/s
333
4449
1.483
1.5 MBit/s
666
4449
2.966
500 Kbit/s
2000
3416
6.832
187.5 Kbit/s
5333
2994
15.968
93.75 Kbit/s
10666
2994
31.936
19.2 Kbit/s
52038
2994
155.9375
9.6 Kbit/s
104167
2994
311.875
A change of the station count or the transmitted data would result
from another TTR!
Task control in online operation
In online mode the status of a task is defined in the configuration
tree. The timing of a task can be monitored with the aid of a graphic
representation. A prerequisite for this function is that the
“SysTaskInfo.lib” and “SysLibTime.lib” library functions are
appended into the easySoft-CoDeSys (a MN05010003Z-EN,
chapter “Resources”, “Task configuration”).
When “SysTaskInfo.lib” is appended, the “SysLibTime.lib” is automatically appended.
Response time on PROFIBUS-DP
Figure 81 indicates the course of an input on a PROFIBUS-DP slave
from processing until a slave output is set.
Task
interval
2
3
Program
cycle time
Task
1
Data
exchange
4
PROFIBUS-DP
Bus cycle time
Figure 81:
Response time on PROFIBUS-DP
Procedure:
Prerequisite: the bus run time is less than the task interval.
80
a
The voltage is applied to a slave input. The “1” signal is
detected during the bus cycle.
b, c
The input data of the slave is copied into the input image of
the CPU at the beginning of the following task interval.
The input is processed b and the result is presented to the
output c. The outputs are copied to the output image at the
end of the task interval.
d
The output of the slave is set in the following bus cycle.
XC200: multitasking mode
The multitasking mode is described in the XC200 manual
(MN05003001Z-EN; previously AWB2724-1491GB).
Here are a few notes for use of the DP module.
The data exchange between the CPU and the DP-M module is
determined by the task interval. Verify that the following conditions have been fulfilled when you have assigned each configured
DP-M module with a TASK:
• The tasks must have differing priorities!
• The inputs and outputs of the slave which have been coupled to
a line have also been referenced!
• The set the time for a task interval is in a range from 2 ms to
500 ms.
XC100/XC200
If differing tasks operate on the inputs/outputs of a DP-line, the
first configured task in which a slave output is used initiates the
PROFIBUS-DP cycle.
Figure 82:
Configuration with three tasks
If for example, an output is not used in Task 1 but is used in Task
2 and 3, the PROFIBUS cycle will be started at the commencement
of the second Task “Prog2”. The data exchange occurs at the end
of the task.
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the PROFIBUS-DP slave
XC100: status indication of the PROFIBUS-DP slave
Example: Data transfer XC200 (master) n XC100 (slave)
Analog and digital input and output states of the PROFIBUS-DP
slave, which are connected via the DP-M module with the XC100
can be made visible in the status indication.
The example shows the configuration, parametric programming
and programming of the both controls. Every PLC sends 2 bytes
and receives 1 byte.
Prerequisites:
The design of the controls can be seen in Figure 83.
• A simple program (e.g.: a:=a) is loaded and the CPU is in STOP
or RUN.
• The inputs/outputs are configured.
• Voltage/current is applied to the inputs.
Neither a declaration or a program addressing the inputs/outputs
is required.
XIOC-NET-DP-S
The outputs of the PROFIBUS-DP slaves can be set in the configuration for test purposes if the following prerequisites are fulfilled:
• A simple program (e.g.: a:=a) is loaded and the CPU is in RUN.
• The inputs/outputs are configured.
• The outputs of the PLC configuration are clicked and a value is
defined.
XC100 PLC
XIOC-NET-DP-M
XC200 PLC
PROFIBUS-DP
Figure 83:
X
Design of the PLCs
First of all configure the XC200 according to Figure 84.
Figure 84:
XC200 configuration
Define the parameters for the master in the XC200:
X
Click on the “XIOC-NET-DP-M” and select the following
settings:
– in the DP Parameter tab: highest station address = 2
– in the Bus Parameter tab: e.g. 1500.00
X
Click on the “XIOC-NET-DP-S” folder.
Select in the “Inputs/Outputs” tab (a figure 85) the
inputs/outputs for the slave, so that it corresponds to Figure 86.
X
Figure 85:
Selection of the inputs/outputs
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h Some input/output designations have the “con” suffix.
This means that the data, such a two bytes are consistent.
This ensures that the master will process the two bytes
simultaneously.
Figure 86:
Parametric programming of the inputs/outputs
The direct I/O addresses are then displayed under XIOC-NET-DP-S
in the XC200 control configuration a figure 89.
X
Immediately afterwards the PLC configuration under XIOC-NETDP-S displays the direct I/O addresses. If you compare the
input/output details e.g. “2 Byte Input con” of the XC100 with the
XC200, you will see that they are identical. The additional designation “IEC-Output” or “IEC-Input” provides information about
the actual data direction. The details of the direct address such as
IB/QB also provide the actual data direction. If for example a date
in the XC100 is transferred from the QB2 (output byte ) to the IB6
(input byte) of the XC200.
Figure 89:
X
Figure 87:
Configure the XC100 according to Figure 88:
X
Enter the station address “2” in the “DP Parameter” tab.
Select the inputs/outputs for the slave in the “Inputs/Outputs”
tab.
The selection of the modules including their identity (e.g. 0x91)
and their sequence must correspond with the selection in the
DP-M/DP-S module a figure 86.
Figure 88:
82
Create the program in accordance with Figure 90.
User program for XC200
Proceed in the same manner with the XC100 PLC.
X
Display of the direct addresses and their data direction
Create the program in accordance with Figure 87.
XC100 I/O configuration
Figure 90:
User program for XC100
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Diagnostics of the
PROFIBUS-DP slaves
The “BusDiag.lib” library file provides a GETBUSSTATE structure
and the DIAGGETSTATE function block for implementation of the
diagnostics. In section “Program example for diagnostics in the
master control” from Page 91 you will see how you can link the
structure and the function block in the program with one another.
TYPE GETBUSSTATE;
DP-S module
STRUCT
Diagnostics
BOLDENABLE:
BOOL;
ENABLE:
BOOL;
DRIVERNAME:
POINTER TO STRING;
DEVICENUMBER:
INT;
READY:
BYTE;
STATE:
INT;
EXTENDEDINFO:
ARRAY[0..129] OF BYTE;
END_STRUCT
END_TYPE
Station n
PROFIBUS-DP
XC100/XC200
CPU
XI/OC module
The diagnostics in the PROFIBUS-DP is organized so that the
master collects the diagnostics data which has been provided by
the slaves.
DP-M module
Implement diagnostics
XC100/XC200
CPU
Diagnostics of the PROFIBUS-DP slaves
The assignment between DP module and diagnostics function
block is implemented with the aid of a device number, which
depends additionally on the module slot a table 20 when the
XC100 PLC or the a table 21 XC200 are used:
Table 20:
Figure 91:
Diagnostics on the PROFIBUS-DP line
The evaluation of the diagnostics data can be programmed with
the aid of function blocks. This can happen in two different
methods. Both methods can continue to be used.
Method for existing
applications
Method for new applications
With the variables of the
GETBUSSTATE type and
the DIAGGETSTATE
function block.
With the xDiag_SystemDiag and
xDiag_ModuleDiag function blocks.
Software prerequisite (OS version):
XC100: 3.10
XC200: 1.03.02
Library: BusDiag.lib
Library: xSysDiagLib.lib
The method is explained
later
The method is described in
MN05010002Z-EN (previously
AWB2768-1456), chapter “Diagnostics
module: xSysDiagLib”.
Device number for XC100
XIOC-Slot
1
2
3
Module
DP-M
DP-S
X-module
Device No.
0
1
–
Module
DP-S
DP-M
X-module
Device No.
0
1
–
Module
DP-M/S
X-module
X-module
Device No.
0
–
–
Module
X-module
DP-M
DP-S
Device No.
–
0
1
Module
X-module
DP-S
DP-M
Device No.
–
0
1
Module
X-module
DP-M/S
X-module
Device No.
–
0
–
Module
X-module
X-module
DP-M/S
Device No.
–
–
0
Regardless of this, a slave can become active with the aid of the
“xDPS_SendDiag” function block, e.g. in order to inform the
master of a RUN l STOP or STOP l RUN transition. In this case
you must program the module with the START/STOP interrupt
function. The information to be sent can be placed in an array
which accesses the function block a section “Diagnostics in the
slave control” on Page 88.
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Table 21:
Coarse diagnostics with variable from GETBUSSTATE type
Device number for XC200
XI/OC slot
1
2
3
Module
DP-M/S
DP-M/S
DP-M/S
Device No.
0
1
2
Module
DP-M/S
DP-M/S
Xmodule
Device No.
0
1
–
Module
Xmodule
DP-M/S
DP-M/S
Device No.
–
0
1
Module
DP-M/S
DP-M/S
DP-M/S
Device No.
0
–
2
Module
Xmodule
Xmodule
DP-M
Device No.
–
–
0
Create variables of the GETBUSSTATE type
A prerequisite for diagnostics is that the “BusDiag.LIB” file is integrated into the project. A directly addressable global variable of
the GETBUSSTATE type must be created in order to access the
diagnostic data. It is listed in the PLC Configuration under the
“Diagnostic address” handle.
X
Click on the “XIOC-NET-DP-M” folder in the PLC configuration.
The “Diagnostic address” is displayed on the “Base parameters”
tab. The diagnostics address is called %MB4 for the XC100 and
the first DP line of the XC200.
Configuration
fault: Gaps are
invalid!1)
X-module: no PROFIBUS-DP module
1) The configurator permits this design, but a fault is indicated during
compilation.
Diagnostics data evaluation
You must create a variable of the GETBUSSTATE type (the procedure is described in section section “Coarse diagnostics with variable from GETBUSSTATE type”) to evaluate the diagnostic data.
With the EXTENDEDINFO array the variable provides each station
with a (station) byte where the individual bits contain information
concerning the status of the communication and the slave. The
content of the byte is continually refreshed by the run time system
(a table 22 on Page 85).
Query bit 2 of this station byte for coarse diagnostics. If the slave
sends a diagnostic alarm, the assigned station byte will set bit 2 to
the “1” signal state. In order to reset the signal (Bit 2 l “0”
signal) call up the DIAGGETSTATE function block.
Query the EXTENDEDINFO output array of the DIAGGETSTATE
function block for detailed diagnostics.
h The EXTENDEDINFO output array from the DIAGGET-
STATE function block is not identical with the EXTENDEDINFO array of the variables of the GETBUSSTATE type!
Further information can be found at section “Detailed diagnostics
with DIAGGETSTATE function block” on Page 85.
Monitoring data exchange
A station byte contains further information in the EXTENDEDINFO
array GETBUSSTATE variable, e.g. the status of the data exchange
between the master and the respective station. Query bit 1 for this
purpose.
If data exchange functions bit 1 has the “1” signal state. A “0”
signal indicates that the data exchange has been interrupted, e.g.
by a cable break or device malfunction. In this case the slave
cannot send diagnostics.
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Figure 92:
Diagnostic address
Declaration with XC100:
Var_Global
DPSTAT AT%MB4 : GETBUSSTATE;
End_Var
(* MB4 diagnostics address of
the DP-master *)
Declaration with XC200 with 3 DP lines:
Var_Global
DPSTAT_1 AT%MB4 : GETBUSSTATE;
(* 1st master *)
DPSTAT_2 AT%MBxx : GETBUSSTATE;
(* 2nd master *)
DPSTAT_3 AT%MByz : GETBUSSTATE;
(* 3rd master *)
End_Var
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PROFIBUS-DP slaves
Query variables from the GETBUSSTATE type:
The diagnostics data are written in an ARRAY OF BYTES with the
EXTENDEDINFO structure names.
Evaluate the EXTENDEDINFO array:
In principle the array has the following structure:
Table 22:
Bit
6
5
VAR_INPUT
4
3
2
1
0
Station
address
Byte 0:
x
x
x
0
Byte 1
x
x
x
1
Byte 2
x
x
x
2
Byte 3
x
x
x
3
…
Byte 125
x
x
x
125
Each byte contains diagnostics information of a station. It is
continuously refreshed by the run time system. Bit 0, 1 and 2
contain the following diagnostics data. Bit 3 to bit 7 are without
significance.
Table 23:
Diagnostics information
Bit 0 = 1:
A configuration exists for the address.
Bit 1 = 1:
Data exchange ok
Bit 1 already indicates a “1” signal when data exchange
for coupling of the slave has been successful.
This means: the connection is o.k. and data exchange
occurs.
Bit 2 = 1:
The DIAGGETSTATE function block must be accessed for each
station/node (BUSMEMBERID).
FUNCTION_BLOCK DiagGetState
Station byte
7
Detailed diagnostics with
DIAGGETSTATE function block
New diagnostics data exist.
For diagnostics, monitor the station byte for fault signals
commencing with address 2 up to max. address 125.
In the example it occurs with the query:
ENABLE:
BOOL;
DRIVERNAME:
POINTER TO STRING ; (* XC100/XC200 = 0 *)
DEVICENUMBER:
INT ; (*XC100: 0, 1/XC200: 0, 1, 2*)
BUSMEMBERID:
DWORD ;
END_VAR
VAR_OUTPUT
READY:
BOOL;
STATE:
INT;
EXTENDEDINFO:
ARRAY[0..99] OF BYTE ;
END_VAR
h The EXTENDEDINFO output of the “DiagGetState” func-
tion block is independent of the EXTENDEDINFO output of
the GETBUSSTATE structure.
The program example for diagnostics indicates a line with an
XI/ON station and an EM4/LE4 input/output combination
(a from Page 92).
After the parameters have been applied to the DRIVERNAME,
DEVICENUMBER and BUSMEMBERID function inputs, a “1” must
be applied to the ENABLE input.
If the READY function input is a “1” and the STATE output is a “2”
(compare with the defined constants
“NDSTATE_DIAGINFO_AVAILABLE = 2), the EXTENDEDINFO
output array can be queried.
IF (xxx.EXTENDEDINFO[n] >=6) THEN
xxx = global variable of GETBUSSTATE type, e.g. DPSTAT
n = address of the station
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Inputs/outputs of the DIAGGETSTATE function block
Inputs
ENABLE
1 = activate
0 = deactivate
DRIVERNAME
= 0 (always 0 with XC100/XC200)
DEVICENUMBER
XC100 = 0, 1/XC200 = 0, 1, 2
BUSMEMBERID
Address of the slaves
EXTENDEDINFO[0]
//with PROFIBUS-DP: slave address
EXTENDEDINFO[1..4]
//no meaning
EXTENDEDINFO[5]
//length byte of the device diagnostic
EXTENDEDINFO[6&7]
//no meaning
EXTENDEDINFO[8]
(Standard byte 1)
//Status_1
Outputs
Device does not respond (no
valid IO data)
Bit 1:
Slave not ready
READY
0 = module inactive
1 = module active
Bit 2:
Divergent configuration
STATE
constants have been determined for the values
–1, 0, 1, 2, 3:
Bit 3:
Further diagnostics exist
Bit 4:
Unknown command
Bit 5:
Invalid response
Bit 6:
Incomplete parametric
programming
Bit 7:
Parametric programming
from another master
–1: NDSTATE_INVALID_INPUTPARAM
0: NDSTATE_NOTENABLED
1: NDSTATE_GETDIAG_INFO
2: NDSTATE_DIAGINFO_AVAILABLE
3: NDSTATE_DIAGINFO_ NOTAVAILABLE
EXTENDEDINFO
Further diagnostic data is present in the 100
byte.
EXTENDEDINFO[9]
(Standard byte 2)
• Data content of DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO
The data content of DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO is subdivided into:
– General diagnostics data (Byte 0 to 7)
– Standard diagnostics data (Byte 8 to 13)
– Device-specific diagnostics data (Byte 14 to 99)
The device-specific diagnostics data is described in the device
documentation and in the respective GSD file.
The most important information has a grey background in the
following table.
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Bit 0:
//Status_2
Bit 0:
Ready for new starting
sequence
Bit 1:
No parametric programming
Bit 2:
„1“
Bit 3:
Watchdog activated
Bit 4:
FREEZE command active
Bit 5:
SYNC command active
Bit 6:
Reserved
Bit 7:
Slave has not been engineered
EXTENDEDINFO[10]
(Standard byte 3)
//no meaning
EXTENDEDINFO[11]
(Standard byte 4)
//for PROFIBUS-DP: master address
EXTENDEDINFO[12&13]
(Standard byte 5, 6)
//Own identity number
EXTENDEDINFO[14]
//Length byte of the manufacturer-specific
data
EXTENDEDINFO[15..99]
//device-specific diagnostics.
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PROFIBUS-DP slaves
• Diagnostics capable XI/ON modules
If you perform diagnostics with the DIAGGETSTATE function block
on a XI/ON station, the EXTENDEDINFO output displays the diagnostics data for the entire station in bytes 15 and 16. The data
originate from the GSD file of the central XI/ON gateway.
XN-2AI-PT/NI-2/3
Byte 17 to 99 contains the fault code for the modules with diagnostics capability. This occurs in the module sequence.
A byte will not exist for non-diagnostic capable modules.
EXTENDEDINFO[15]
// Bit 0:
Bit 2:
Bit 3:
EXTENDEDINFO[16]
// Bit 1:
EXTENDEDINFO
[17…99]
Bit 1:
Wire breakage
Bit 2:
Short-circuit
Bit 0:
Measured value range fault
(channel 2)
Bit 1:
Wire breakage
Bit 2:
Short-circuit
Bit 0:
Short-circuit/wire breakage DO
Bit 1:
Short-circuit 24 V DC encoder
supply
Bit 2:
Count range end false
Bit 3:
Count range start false
Bit 4:
Invert DI with L ret. fault
Bit 5:
Main count direction false
Bit 6:
Operating mode false
Bit 0:
Short-circuit/wire breakage DO
Bit 1:
Short-circuit 24 V DC encoder
supply
Bit 2:
Encoder impulse false
Bit 3:
Integration time false
Bit 4:
Upper limit false
Bit 5:
Lower limit false
Bit 6:
Operating mode false
Module diagnostics present
Divergent configuration
e.g. counter module
–
XN-1CNT-24VDC (C)
Module bus fault
Bit 3:
Master configuration fault
Bit 4:
–
Bit 5:
Station configuration fault
Bit 6:
I/Oassistant force mode
active
Module bus failure
//one or more bytes for each diagnostics
capable module (a following table;
further information can be found in the
“XI/ON PROFIBUS-DP” manual
(AWB2700-1394G).
XN-1CNT-24VDC (M)
The following excerpt from the “XI/ON Gateways for
PROFIBUS-DP” (MN05002004Z-EN;
previously AWB2725-1529G) manual indicates the diagnostics bit
of the XI/ON modules:
e.g. DOL starter module
e.g. power supply module
XN-BR-24VDC-D
Measured value range fault
(channel 1)
2nd BYTE
Parametric programming
incomplete
Bit 2:
Bit 7:
1st BYTE
Bit 0:
Bit 0:
Module bus voltage warning
XS1-XBM
Bit 0:
Ident fault
PKZ short-circuit
Bit 2:
Field voltage missing
Bit 1:
XN-PF-24VDC-D
Bit 2:
Field voltage missing
Bit 2:
PKZ overload
XN-PF-120/230VAC-D
Bit 2:
Field voltage missing
Bit 4:
DIL1 defective
Bit 5:
DIL2 defective
e.g. output modules
XN-2DO-24VDC-0.5A-P
XN-2DO-24VDC-2A-P
XN-2DO-24VDC-0.5A-N
XN-16DO-24VDC-0.5A-P
Bit 0:
Overcurrent channel 1
Bit 1:
Overcurrent channel 2
XN-1AI-U
h Further information about the diagnostics is contained in
the “EM4-204-DX1, expansion module for PROFIBUSDP” module (AWB27-1315G).
e.g. analog module
XN-1AI-I
• Diagnostics byte of EM4/LE4 modules
Bit 0:
Measured value range fault
Bit 1:
Wire breakage
Bit 0:
Measured value range fault
The data content of DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO has the
following meaning:
EXTENDEDINFO[0…13]
as previously described
EXTENDEDINFO[14]
Length byte
EXTENDEDINFO[15]
Group diagnostics byte for all modules
EXTENDEDINFO[16]
Diagnostics byte for EM4
EXTENDEDINFO[17…22]
Diagnostics byte for 1 … 6 LE
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PROFIBUS-DP modules
XIOC-NET-DP-M /
XIOC-NET-DP-S
Meanings of the operands
Diagnostics in the slave control
Generally the master (DP-M module) queries the slave (DP-S
module) if a diagnostics fault exists. In this case the master
accesses the standard diagnostics data from the slave. Evaluation
of this data is described in section “Diagnostics data evaluation”
on Page 84.
Furthermore, the slave can become active and send diagnostics
data. Thus for example, the start/stop event can be evaluated and
the master can be informed of application-specific data.
The slave activity is used to inform the master of the start/stop
state as well as important user-specific data. Transfer of the data
should not occur continuously as otherwise the load on the bus
will be too high. The transfer is implemented with the Diagnostic
module “xDPS_SendDiag” (see section below) in the slave
program. You can determine the content of the user-specific data
and can copy it from the area defined in the module.
If the bus connection is interrupted after the start of the function
block, the send job is performed as soon as the connection is reestablished.
The assignment between the XIOC-NET-DP-S DP module and the
diagnostics module is implemented with the aid of a device
number, which is also dependent on the module slot a table 20
and Table 21.
Query master and connection status
If a query concerning the master state (RUN/STOP) or the connection state be necessary in the slave PLC, this function has to be
programmed. More detailed information can be found here in the
MN05010002Z-EN manual (previously AWB2786-1456GB) at
“xDiag_SystemDiag” and “xDiag_ModuleDiag” function blocks.
Diagnostic module “xDPS_SendDiag”
This function block is located in the “xSysNetDPSDiag.lib” library.
Function block prototype
88
xExecute
uiDevice
uiLenDiagData
abyUserDiagData
xDone
xBusy
xError
wErrorID
Start,
Prerequisite:
xBusy output = L signal
xDone output = L signal
The input is to be set to an L signal,
after the xDone-output = H signal.
uiDevice
DP slave device number
uiLenDiagData
Length of the diagnostics data (Byte 0 to 30)
The standard diagnostics data is sent with 0,
a section “Data content of DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO The data content of
DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO is subdivided into:”
to Page 86.
abyUserDiagData Diagnostics data of the user
xDone
H signal after the order has been processed
If “xExecute” changes from a H to L
signal, the “xDone” output has an L
signal
xBusy
H signal, after a valid job is present
xError
The outputs should be scanned after the
xDone output changes from an L signal to a H signal.
wErrorID
If the xExecute input is set to an L signal,
the Error output is also set to the L signal.
Error code 0: ok
1: incorrect device number
2: invalid length of the diagnostics data
3: no resources available
4: internal fault
5: error message of PROFIBUS-DP
Description
Access to the function block in the slave program has the effect
than the master gets application-specific diagnostics data during
the next access to the slave, and then exchanges the I/O data cyclically thereafter.
The CPU requires several cycles in order to process the function
block!
As it can replace multiple master/slave modules, the device
number must be entered on the “uiDevice” input. It represents the
assignment between the function block and the module.
xDPS_SendDiag
BOOL
UINT
UINT
ARRAY [0...29] OF BYTE
xExecute
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
WORD
The following applies for the XC100: 0, 1 a table 20
The following applies for the XC200: 0, 1, 2 a table 21
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Application example for
sending diagnostics data (with
the xDPS_SendDiag function
Application example for sending diagnostics data
(with the xDPS_SendDiag function block)
The program example has been created as a function block, which
includes the xDPS_SendDiag module.
The transfer parameters are:
uiDevice:UINT;
Device number
uiLenDiagData:UINT;
Length of the diagnostics data
to be sent
abyDiagData: ARRAY[0..29]OF BYTE;
Diagnostics data ByteArray
If processing of the function block is interrupted by a malfunction,
the “DiagErrorWarning” variable is set.
It should be declared as a global variable.
FUNCTION_BLOCK DP_SendDiag_Slave
VAR_INPUT
(* Transfer parameter *)
uiDevice:UINT;
(* Device number*)
uiLenDiagData:UINT;
(* Length of the diagnostics data to be sent *)
abyDiagData: ARRAY[0..29]OF BYTE;
(* Diagnostics data ByteArray *)
END_VAR
VAR_OUTPUT
xError:BOOL;
wErrorId:WORD;
END_VAR
VAR
DpSndDiag : xDPS_SendDiag;
Timer:TON;
(*Test_Counter1: UINT;*)
(*Test_Counter2: UINT;*)
END_VAR
Program:
IF NOT DpSndDiag.xBusy AND NOT DpSndDiag.xExecute THEN
DpSndDiag.uiDevice:=uiDevice;
DpSndDiag.uiLenDiagData:=uiLenDiagData;
DpSndDiag.abyUserDiagData:=abyDiagData;
DpSndDiag.xExecute:=TRUE;
END_IF
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PROFIBUS-DP modules
XIOC-NET-DP-M /
XIOC-NET-DP-S
WHILE (NOT DpSndDiag.xDone )
DO
Timer.PT:=T#2s;
Timer.IN:=TRUE;
Timer();
IF Timer.Q =TRUE THEN
DiagErrorWarning:=TRUE;
EXIT;
END_IF
(*Test_Counter1:=Test_Counter1+1;*)
DpSndDiag();
xError:=DpSndDiag.xError;
wErrorId:=DpSndDiag.wErrorId;
END_WHILE
DpSndDiag.xExecute:=FALSE;
DpSndDiag();
Timer.IN:=FALSE;
Timer();
(*Test_Counter2:=Test_Counter2+1;*)
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(* Avoid an endless loop if DpSndDiag.xDone has not been ended*)
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Program example for diagnostics in the master control
Program example for diagnostics in the master control
The diagnostics will be explained using a program example which
is based on the device design in figure 69. The diagnostics
programs are also valid for other devices. In this example the
XC100 assumes the control function.
a XC100/XC200
b XIOC-NET-DP-M
c XN-GW-PBDP-12(1.5)MB
(Address2)
d XN-BR-24VDC-D
e XN-2DI-24VDC-P
f XN-2DI-24VDC-P
g XN-2DO-24VDC-0,5A-P
Output_S4
c def gh
a
b
EM4-204-DX1
Input_0
Output_0
LE4-116-XD1
Output_S2
+
Figure 93:
Configuration of the example project
Create configuration
The device configuration is implemented with the PLC Configuration of easySoft-CoDeSys (a MN05010003Z-EN, programming
software, chapter “PLC Configuration”).
Create the configuration according to the following example:
Configuration of the XIOC-NET-DP-M
Call up the “PLC Configuration” in the “Resources” tab.
X
The XC100 is displayed with inputs and outputs as well as several
“Empty Slot” folders.
Click with the right mouse button on one of the three EMPTY
SLOT [Slot] folders under the QB0 output byte.
X Place the mouse pointer on the “replace element” and select
the XIOC-NET-DP-M module from the list. It is added to the
configuration and four tabs appear on the right hand window:
X
Figure 95:
Figure 94:
Configuration of the XIOC-NET-DP-M
Device configuration in the easySoft-CoDeSys
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XIOC-NET-DP-M /
XIOC-NET-DP-S
X
Set the baud rate in the “Bus parameters” tab and verify if the
“Optimize automatic” function is active.
Configure XION station
X Click with the right mouse button on the XIOC-NET-DP-M[Slot]
folder.
X Select “Append subelement” and click on a “Bus Refreshing
module”, e.g. XN-GW-PBDP-xxMB. It is added to the PLC
configuration.
X Set the parameters in the various tabs for the XN-GW-PBDP:
Configuration of the EM4/LE4 module
X Set the cursor on the XIOC-NET-DP-M[SLOT] folder and confirm
with the right hand mouse button.
X Set the cursor on the “Append subelement” point and select
the EM4-204-DX1 module from the list. The device is added to
the configuration.
X
Set the parameters in the tabs:
• Enter the station address in the “DP Parameter”.
• Modify the settings as follows in the “User parameters” tab
(Set the cursor on the “Value” column and double click):
– Diagnostics from modules: activate
– Gateway diagnostics: device related diagnostics
• Enter the station address in the “DP Parameter”.
• Select your modules in the “Input/Output” tab:
– Mark the EM4-204-DX1 module on the left window under
“Input Modules” and confirm with the “Select” button. The
module is selected into the right “Selected modules”
window.
– Select the “LE4-116-XD1” under “Output modules”.
• On the “Inputs/Outputs” tab:
Determine the I/O types of which the XION station is comprised:
Both modules are displayed on the right side window and are part
of the configuration. This completes the configuration.
X
Select the Bus Refreshing module first in all cases:
– Mark the T-XN-BR-24VDC-D on the left window under
“empty modules”.
– Press the “Select” button in order to transfer the module to
the right hand window.
h If you use the LE4 with analog inputs/outputs, also read
the section “Parametric programming of the LE4 with
analog inputs/outputs” on Page 96.
Structure of the program example with a master
X
Proceed in the same manner with other modules. After selection of all modules, the right hand window should include all
the modules:
The PLC_PRG main program processes the inputs and outputs and
calls the DP_DIAG subprogram which contains the diagnostics in
the first section and the communications query in the second
section. The communication query is implemented for two
stations. If you wish to add more slaves, copy a program section
and add the parameters to the declaration section.
In general, the following programming measures should be implemented:
Figure 96:
Configuration of the XION station
X
Create a GETBUSSTATE global variable type:
DPSTAT AT%MB4: GETBUSSTATE
X
Enter the maximum bus address in the declaration section:
Adr_max_DP: BYTE:=124;
h In this example “3” is the maximum address. If a higher
address is entered, e. g. 124, without the devices actually
being physically connected, the time for processing the
program is extended.
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Function of the program example
If a voltage is applied to input IX0.0 (Input_0 = first input on the
I/O module of the CPU) the following outputs should be set:
• QX0.0 (Output_0) = first output on I/O module of the CPU,
• QX2.0 (Output_S2) first output on XION module,
• QX4.0 (Output_S4) = first output on LE4-116-XD1.
Function of the diagnostics program
Bit 2 of all station bytes must be checked for querying the diagnostics messages. This occurs with the instruction:
Program example for diagnostics in the master control
• The “2” in the byte DiagData_DP[0] = 2 indicates the address
of the slave.
• Bit 3 is set in byte 8: Extended diagnostics exist
(Bit 3 = 1 signal l 00001000 binary or 8 decimal)
This indicates that further information exists for example in byte
15 and 18:
• Bit 0 is set in byte 15: module diagnostics exist
• Bit 0 is set in byte 18: overcurrent channel 1
If the short-circuit is eliminated, the slave sends the diagnostics
message again which causes the bit to reset.
IF DPSTAT.EXTENDEDINFO[n_DWORD] >=6 THEN
DPSTAT is an instance name of GETBUSSTATE
N_DWORD = address of the slave
Sends the slave a diagnostic alarm, e.g. a short-circuit, bit 2 of the
station byte is set. The DIAGGETSTATE function block is accessed
and the DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO output array is copied in
a DIAGDATA_DP dummy field. You can take the diagnostics data
directly from the “DIAGSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO” output array or
from the “DIAGDATA_DP” output array.
If a fault has been recognized and processed, the
GETBUSSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO output array recommences the
query at the first station.
Function of the data exchange (monitoring)
Bit 1 of all stations should be queried to check the data exchange.
This occurs with the instruction:
IF DPSTAT.EXTENDEDINFO[n].1 = TRUE THEN
DPSTAT is an instance name of GETBUSSTATE
n = address of the slave
With an existing connection the variables KOM2_ok or KOM3_ok
are set to “1”. If the connection to a slave is interrupted the variables are reset to “0”.
The variables KOMx_ok can be used again in the main program.
If a direct query is demanded, you can set an auxiliary marker
which indicates when an error message is received (a note in
program example) and queries the fault code contained in it.
The content of the “DiagData_DP” array corresponds with the
content of the “DiagGetState.EXTENDEDINFO” array. The array is
described in section “Data content of DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO The data content of DIAGGETSTATE.EXTENDEDINFO is
subdivided into:” on Page 86.
If a short-circuit occurs on output QX2.0 (first output of the XION
station) the fault is diagnosed.
In online mode the “DiagData_DP” array contains the following
details:
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PROFIBUS-DP modules
XIOC-NET-DP-M /
XIOC-NET-DP-S
Program example for diagnostics with a master
Global variable declaration
VAR_GLOBAL
DPSTAT AT %MB4:
GetBusState;
(*Must be generally declared*)
(*See description “Create and query variables of the GETBUSSTATE type” *)
KOM2_ok:
BOOL;
KOM3_ok:
BOOL;
Input_0 AT %IX0.0:
BOOL;
Output_0 AT %QX0.0:
BOOL;
Output_S2 AT %QX2.0:
BOOL;
Output_S4 AT %QX4.0:
BOOL;
END_VAR
PROGRAM PLC_PRG
Declaration:
VAR
END_VAR
Program:
Output_0:=Input_0;
Output_S2:=Input_0;
Output_S4:=Input_0;
DIAG_DP;
(*Diagnostics program*)
(* IF KOM2_ok =TRUE THEN
Data exchange query ok?
Data transfer: Master <-> Slave 2
Run data exchange!
END_IF*)
(* IF KOM3_ok =TRUE THEN
Data exchange query ok?
Data transfer: Master <-> Slave 3
Run data exchange!
END_IF*)
PROGRAMM DIAG_DP
Declaration:
VAR
DIAGSTATE_DP :
DiagGetState;
DiagData_DP:
ARRAY[0..99] OF BYTE ;
wHelp_DP:
WORD;
Adresse_DP:
DWORD;
n_DWORD:
DWORD;
END_VAR
VAR CONSTANT
Adr_max_DP:
END_VAR
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BYTE:=124;
(*Enter max. bus address!*)
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Program example for diagnostics in the master control
Program:
(*------------------------------------Diagnostics---------------------------------------------*)
IF
DIAGSTATE_DP.ENABLE = FALSE THEN
Adresse_DP:=0;
FOR n_DWORD:=2 TO Adr_max_DP DO
IF (DPSTAT.EXTENDEDINFO[n_DWORD] >=6) THEN
Address_DP:=n_DWORD;
EXIT;
END_IF
END_FOR
IF
DIAGSTATE_DP.ENABLE = FALSE THEN
DIAGSTATE_DP.DRIVERNAME:=0;
(* always 0 *)
DIAGSTATE_DP.DEVICENUMBER:=0;
(* DP master is the first device with DeviceNo = 0*)
DIAGSTATE_DP.BUSMEMBERID:=Adresse_DP;
(* Slave Address *)
DIAGSTATE_DP.ENABLE:=TRUE;
DIAGSTATE_DP();
(* Call FB *)
END_IF
END_IF
IF DIAGSTATE_DP.ENABLE = TRUE THEN
IF DIAGSTATE_DP.READY THEN
IF DIAGSTATE_DP.STATE=NDSTATE_DIAGINFO_AVAILABLE THEN
(*Diaginfo:=TRUE;*)
(*Set auxiliary marker: If diagnostics data query =0->1, the diagnostics data is valid and can be queried.
The marker must be reset in the user program.*)
FOR wHelp_DP:=0 TO (DIAGSTATE_DP.EXTENDEDINFO[14]+13) BY 1 DO
DiagData_DP[wHelp_DP]:=DIAGSTATE_DP.EXTENDEDINFO[wHelp_DP];
END_FOR
END_IF
DIAGSTATE_DP.ENABLE:=FALSE;
END_IF
DIAGSTATE_DP();
END_IF
(* Communication ok-- Slave 2 ------------------------------------------------*)
IF DPSTAT.EXTENDEDINFO[2].1 = TRUE THEN
KOM2_ok:=FALSE;
ELSE
KOM2_ok:=TRUE;
END_IF
(* Communication ok-- Slave 3 ------------------------------------------------*)
IF DPSTAT.EXTENDEDINFO[3].1 = TRUE THEN
KOM3_ok:=FALSE;
ELSE
KOM3_ok:=TRUE;
END_IF
(* End of ProfibusDP diagnostics *)
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PROFIBUS-DP modules
XIOC-NET-DP-M /
XIOC-NET-DP-S
Parametric programming of the LE4 with analog
inputs/outputs
In this section you will discover how the LE4-206-AA1 and
LE4-206-AA2 analog modules parameters are programmed with
the aid of the easySoft-CoDeSys configurator:
X
Add the EM4 -204-DX1 to the configuration and select the
analog modules:
Figure 97:
X
Adding analog modules to the configuration
Mark a LE4 and click on the “Properties” button.
The “module properties” window opens.
X
Click on the “IO count/Resolution/IOscan“ text.
The following parameter setting properties are displayed:
Figure 98:
Analog module parameter module
The standard parameters are defined in the “value” field.
You can change the setting by clicking on the first entry.
The following value is displayed with each double click.
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9 Technical data
XControl
General
Standards and regulations
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
Vibration resistance
Mechanical shock resistance
Shock resistance
Overvoltage category
Pollution degree
Protection class
Enclosure protection
Emitted interference
IEC/EN 61131-2,
EN 50178
0 to +55 C
–25 to +70 C
10 – 57 Hz g0.075 mm,
57 – 150 Hz g1.0 g
15 g/11 ms
500 g/o 50 mm g25 g
II
2
1
IP20
DIN/EN 55011/22,
Class A
Electromagnetic compatibility
Electrostatic discharge
(IEC/EN 61 000-4-2)
Contact discharge
Radiated
(IEC/EN 61 000-4-3, RFI)
AM/PM
Burst (IEC/EN 61 000-4-4)
Supply cables
Signal cables
Power pulses (surge)
(IEC/EN 61 000-4-5)
Supply cables, asymmetrical
Radiated RFI (IEC/EN 61 000-4-6)
AM
External supply voltage
Rated voltage Ue
Permissible range
Input voltage ripple
Bridging voltage dips
Drop-out duration
Repeat rate
4 kV
10 V/m
2 kV
1 kV
0.5 kV
10 V
24 V DC
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
<5%
10 ms
1s
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Technical data
Digital input modules
Type
XIOC-8DI
XIOC-16DI
XIOC-32DI
Input type
DC input
DC input
DC input
Number of input channels
8
16
32
Number of channels with
common reference potential1)
8
16
32, reference potential: 4 terminals
Input voltage
24 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
Input voltage range
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
Input resistance
Typ. 6 kO
Typ. 6 kO
Typ. 5.6 kO
Input current
Typ. 4.0 mA
Typ. 4.0 mA
Typ. 4.3 mA
ON
f 15V
f 15V
f 15V
OFF
F 5V
F 5V
F 5V
OFFl ON
F 1 ms
F 1 ms
5 ms
ON l OFF
F 1 ms
F 1 ms
5 ms
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Input indication
By LED (green)
By LED (green)
With LED (green)2)
External connection
Plug-in terminal block3)
Plug-in terminal block3)
XIOC-TERM32 (connector/cable)3)
Internal current consumption
(5 V DC)
Typ. 6 mA
Typ. 10 mA
Typ. 100 mA
Weight
0.16 kg
0.16 kg
0.16 kg
Voltage level
Input signal delay
Electrical isolation
between inputs and the
I/O bus
1) The reference potential terminals are internally connected.
2) LED convertible 0 – 15, 16 – 31 (a figure 1 on Page 12)
3) Not supplied with the module
XIOC-8DI
XIOC-16DI
XIOC-16DI
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0V
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0V
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0V
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0V
XIOC-32DI
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
0V
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
0V
0
7/15 /31
+
Figure 99:
+24 V H
0V
Figure 100:
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Terminal assignment
XIOC-8DI
XIOC-16DI
XIOC-32DI
0V
Connection example
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Digital input modules
Type
XIOC-16DI-110VAC
XIOC-16DI-AC
Input type
AC input
AC input
Number of input channels
16
16
Number of channels with
common reference potential1)
16
16
Input voltage
100 to 120 V AC
200 to 240 V AC
Input voltage range
85 to 132 V DC
170 to 264 V DC
Input resistance
Typ. 16 kO (50 Hz)
Typ. 13 kO (60 Hz)
Typ. 32 kO (50 Hz)
Typ. 27 kO (60 Hz)
Input current
4.8 to 7.6 mA (100 V AC/50 Hz)
4.3 to 8.0 mA (200 V AC/50 Hz)
ON
f 79 V AC
f 164 V AC
OFF
F 20 V AC
F 40 V AC
OFFl ON
F 15 ms
F 15 ms
ON l OFF
F 25 ms
F 25 ms
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Input indication
By LED (green)
By LED (green)
External connection
Plug-in terminal block2)
Plug-in terminal block2)
Internal current consumption
(5 V DC)
Typ. 51 mA
Typ. 51 mA
Weight
0.18 kg
0.18 kg
Voltage level
Input signal delay
Electrical isolation
between inputs and the
I/O bus
1) The reference potential terminals are internally connected.
2) Not supplied with the module
XIOC-16DI-110 V AC
XIOC-16DI-AC
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0V
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0V
230 V h/
110 V h
N
Figure 101:
Terminal assignment
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Technical data
Digital output modules
Transistor output modules
Type
XIOC-8DO
XIOC-16DO
XIOC-32DO
Output type
Transistor output
(source type)
Transistor output
(source type)
Transistor output
(source type)
Number of output channels
8
16
32
Number of channels with common reference potential
8
16
32
Output voltage
24 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
Switching current, minimum
1 mA
1 mA
1 mA
Residual current for a “0” signal
0.1 mA
0.1 mA
0.1 mA
for “1” signal
0.5 A
0.5 A
0.2 A
Per common potential terminal
4A
8A
3.2 A (S = 6.4 A)
F 25 ms
F 25 ms
F 0.3 ms
Overvoltage protection
Diode
Diode
Diode
Fuse1)
-
-
8A
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Short-circuit protection
Yes
Yes
–
Output indication
By LED (green)
By LED (green)
With 16 LEDs (green)2)
External connection
Plug-in terminal block3)
Plug-in terminal block3)
XIOC-TERM32
(connector and cable)3)
Internal current consumption (5 V DC)
Max. 80 mA
Max. 150 mA
Typ. 250 mA
External power supply4)
24 V DC (Page 97)
24 V DC (Page 97)
24 V DC (Page 97)
Weight
0.16 kg
0.16 kg
0.16 kg
Rated operational current
Output signal delay
OFFl ON
Electrical isolation
between outputs and the I/O bus
1)
2)
3)
4)
100
A blown fuse must not be replaced by the user.
LED convertible: 0 – 15, 16 – 31 (a figure 1 on Page 12)
Not supplied with the module
Important! For UL applications the power supply lines must have a cross-section of AWG16 (1.3 mm2).
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Digital output modules
XIOC-8DO
XIOC-16DO
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
24 V
Figure 102:
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
C
S
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
C
S
XIOC-16DO
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0V
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
C
S
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
C
S
XIOC-32DO
24 V H
24 V H
0VH
0VH
Assignment of the terminals and pins
Relay output module
Type
XIOC-12DO-R
Output type
Relay output
Number of output channels
12
Number of channels with common
reference potential1)
12
Output voltage
100/240 V AC, 24 V DC
Switching current, minimum
1 mA
Legend for the table:
1) The reference potential terminals are internally connected.
2) Not supplied with the module
3) An external 24 V DC voltage must applied. Caution! For UL applications the power supply lines must have a cross-section of AWG16
(1.3 mm2).
24 V H
Rated operational current
for “1” signal
2A
Per common potential terminal
5A
0
1
2
3
4
5
C
Output signal delay
OFFl ON
F 10 ms
ON l OFF
F 10 ms
Overvoltage protection
External
Fuse
External
Potential isolation between relay and
the I/O bus
Through optocouplers
Output indication
By LED (green)
0V
6
7
8
9
10
11
C
+24 V H
0VH
+24 V H , 100/240 V h
0 V, N
Figure 103:
Terminal assignment for the XIOC-12DO-R module
General
External connection
Plug-in terminal block2)
Internal current consumption (5 V DC)
Typ. 40 mA
External power
supply3)
Weight
24 V DCa page 97
0.2 kg
l Legends in the next column
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Technical data
Digital input/output modules
h
Caution!
The supply voltages for the inputs and outputs must come
from the same source as those for the module.
Type
XIOC--16DX
Inputs
Input type
DC input
Number of input channels
16 (0 to 15)
Input voltage
24 V DC
Range
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
Input resistance
5.6 kO
Input current
Typ. 4 mA
Voltage level
ON
f 15V
OFF
F 5V
Input signal delay
OFFl ON
typically 100 ms
ON l OFF
typically 1 ms
Type
XIOC--16DX
Output signal delay
typ. 100 µs
Overvoltage protection
Diode
Potential isolation between
outputs and the I/O bus
Through optocouplers
Short-circuit protection
Yes
Short-circuit tripping current
max. 1.2 A for 3 ms per output
Output indication
By LED (green)
General
External connection1)
Plug-in terminal block
Internal current sink
Typ. 50 mA
External supply voltage2)
24 V DCa page 97
Weight
0.16 kg
1) Not supplied with the module
2) Important! For UL applications the power supply lines must have a
cross-section of AWG16 (1.3 mm2).
Electrical isolation
between inputs and the I/O
bus
Input indication
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Through optocouplers
By LED (green)
Outputs
Output type
Transistor (Source)
Number of outputs
12 (0 to 11)
Output voltage
24 V DC
Residual current for a “0” signal
approx. 140 µA
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
24 V H
0VH
Rated operational current
for “1” signal
0.5 A DC at 24 V DC
Lamp load
4 W, without series resistor
Simultaneity factor g
1
Relative ON time (duty cycle)
100 %
Limiting of
switch-off voltage
For inductive loads
yes, –21 V (for UN = 24 V DC)
Switching repetition rate
(actions per hour)
For time constant t  72 ms
Parallel wiring capability of
outputs
102
3600 (G = 1)
in groups 0 to 3, 4 to 7, 8 to 11;
actuation of the outputs within a
group only in the same program
cycle
Figure 104:
Terminal assignments for module XIOC-16DX
Configuration and programming of the
digital inputs/outputs
The module has 16 connections. The first 12 connections (0 to 11)
can be used as inputs and outputs, the connections 12 to 15 can
only be used as inputs a figure 104.
The configuration of the module is undertaken in the “PLC configuration” tab. It is inserted at an “Empty slot” with “Set element”.
For example, the following appears:
---XIOC-16DX[SLOT
Number of outputs
max. 3
---AT%IW6:WORD;(*Inputs/Outputs*) [CHANNEL (I)]
Maximum total current
2 A per group
---AT%QW2:WORD;(*Outputs/Inputs*) [CHANNEL (I)]
Minimum total current
250 mA
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Digital input/output modules
After a double click on the input word:
0
---AT%IW6:WORD;(*Inputs/Outputs*) [CHANNEL (I)]
---AT%IX6.0:BOOL;(*Bit 0*)
---AT%IX6.1:BOOL;(*Bit 1*)
to
---AT%IX6.7:BOOL;(*Bit 7*)
---AT%IX7.0:BOOL;(*Bit 0*)
---AT%IX7.1:BOOL;(*Bit 1*)
24 V H
bis
0VH
---AT%IX7.7:BOOL;(*Bit 7*)
Figure 105:
Wiring the connection as an input
After a double click on the output word:
• Programming the connection as an output
---AT%QW2:WORD;(*Outputs/Inputs*) [CHANNEL (I)]
Declaration:
---AT%QX2.0:BOOL;(*Bit 0*)
motor AT% QX2.0:
BOOL;
---AT%QX2.1:BOOL;(*Bit 1*)
Start:
BOOL;
bis
Program (IL):
---AT%QX2.7:BOOL;(*Bit 7*)
LD Start
ST Motor
---AT%QX3.0:BOOL;(*Bit 0*)
---AT%QX3.1:BOOL;(*Bit 1*)
---AT%QX3.2:BOOL;(*Bit 2*)
0
---AT%QX3.3:BOOL;(*Bit 3*)
---AT%QX3.4:BOOL;(*Bit 4*)
---AT%QX3.5:BOOL;(*Bit 5*)
---AT%QX3.6:BOOL;(*Bit 6*)
---AT%QX3.7:BOOL;(*Bit 7*)
24 V H
h The marked outputs (Bit4 … 7) can not be used!
Example
The connection “I/Q0” of the XIOC-16DX should be programmed
as an input or output. The connection should be wired corresponding to the program.
• Programming the connection as an input
0VH
Figure 106:
Wiring the connection as an output
You can proceed in the same manner with connections 1 to 11.
The connections 12 to 15 can only be programmed as inputs.
Declaration:
Start AT% IX6.0:
BOOL;
Valve:
BOOL;
Program (IL):
LD Start
ST Valve
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Technical data
Analog input modules
Type
XIOC-8AI-I2
XIOC-8AI-U1
XIOC-8AI-U2
Input current range
4 to 20 mA
–
–
Input voltage range
–
0 – 10 V DC
–10 to 10 V DC
Resolution
12 Bit
12 Bit
12 Bit
Conversion time
F 5 ms
F 5 ms
F 5 ms
Overall accuracy
F G1 % (of end of scale)
F G1 % (of end of scale)
F G1 % (of end of scale)
Input resistance
–
Voltage input
–
100 kO
100 kO
Current input
Typ. 100 O
–
–
Channel to internal circuitry
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Channel to channel
Electrical isolation
–
–
–
Number of channels
8
8
8
External connection
Plug-in terminal block (not supplied with the module)
Internal current consumption (5 V DC)
100 mA
External supply voltage
24 V DC (+20 %, –15 %), approx. 0.15 A (approx. 0.4 A with supply switched on)
External cabling
2-core shielded cable (F 20 m)
Weight
0.18 kg
100 mA
0.18 kg
XIOC-8AI-I2
I/V
0+
1+
2+
3+
4+
5+
6+
7+
24 V H
100 mA
I/V
0–
1–
2–
3–
4–
5–
6–
7–
0V
0.18 kg
XIOC-8AI-I2
I0 +
I0 –
XIOC-8AI-U1
XIOC-8AI-U2
hex
07FF
I7 +
I7 –
+24 V H
0FFF
hex
0000hex
4
12
I0 [mA
20
XIOC-8AI-U1
0FFFhex
0VH
Figure 107:
Terminal assignments
for modules XIOC-8AI-I2
and XIOC-8AI-U1/-U2
Figure 108:
V0 +
V0 –
07FFhex
V7 +
V7 –
0000hex
Module wiring
0
5
10
U0 [V]
XIOC-8AI-U2
07FFhex
–10
0000hex
0
0800hex
Figure 109:
104
U/I diagram for the modules
10
U0 [V]
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Analog output module
Analog output module
Type
XIOC-2AO-U1-2AO-I2
XIOC-2AO-U2
XIOC-4AO-U1
XIOC-4AO-U2
Output voltage range
0 – 10 V DC
–10 to 10 V DC
0 – 10 V DC
–10 to 10 V DC
Output current range
4 to 20 mA
–
–
–
Resolution
12 Bit
12 Bit
12 Bit
12 Bit
F 5 ms
F 5 ms
F 5 ms
F 5 ms
Conversion
time1)
Overall accuracy
F G1 % (of end of scale)
External load resistance
Voltage output
f10k O
f10k O
f 10 kO
f 10 kO
Current output
0 to 500 O
–
–
–
Channel to internal circuitry
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Channel to channel
–
–
–
–
Output voltage2)
2 Channels (0 to 1)
2
4
4
Output current2)
2 channels (2 to 3)
–
–
–
Typ. 100 mA
Typ. 100 mA
Typ. 100 mA
Electrical isolation
Number of channels
External connection
Plug-in terminal block3)
Internal current consumption (5 V DC)
Typ. 100 mA
External supply voltage
24 V DC (+20 %, –15 %), approx. 0.15 A (approx. 0.5 A with supply switched on)
External cabling
2-core screened cable (F 20 m)
Weight
0.18 kg
0.18 kg
0.18 kg
0.18 kg
1) The 5 ms refer to the conversion time of the ASIC. The nature of the output circuitry for the voltage outputs means that the settling time (to reach the
final output value) varies according to the size of the voltage change. The longest time is required for a step voltage change from –10 V to +10 V:
–10 V l +10 V: 30 ms
0 V l +10 V: 5 ms
+10 V l 0 V: 14 ms
0 V l +1V: 1 ms
+1 V l 0 V: 3 ms
2) On the XIOC-2AO-U1-2AO-I2, the current and voltage outputs can be used at the same time.
3) Not supplied with the module
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Technical data
XIOC-2AO-U2
XIOC-4AO-U1/-U2
V0+
V1+
*V2+
*V3+
24 V H
Figure 110:
XIOC-2AO-U1-2AO-I2
V0+
V1+
I2+
I3+
V0–
V1–
V2–*
V3–*
V0–
V1–
I2–
I3–
24 V H
0V
+24 V H
+24 V H
0VH
0VH
Terminal assignment
* not for XIOC-2AO-U2
XIOC-2AO-U2
XIOC-4AO-U1/-U2
XIOC-2AO-U1-2A0-I2
I1 [mA]
20
V0 +
V0 –
12
V3 +
V3 –
*
4
0000hex
07FFhex
0FFFhex
* not for XIOC-2AO-U2
XIOC-2AO-U1-2A0-I2
XIOC-2AO-U1-2A0-I2
XIOC-4AO-U1
V0 +
U1 [V]
V0 –
10
I2 +
I2 –
5
0
0000hex
Figure 111:
Module wiring
07FFhex
0FFFhex
XIOC-2AO-U2
XIOC-4AO-U2
U1 [V]
10
0800hex
0FFFhex
0
07FFhex
–10
Figure 112:
106
U/I diagram for the modules
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Analog input/output modules
Analog input/output modules
h The modules can be operated with the CPUs XC-CPU101 from Version V02 and XC-CPU201.
Type
XIOC-4AI-2AO-U1
XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1
Plug-in terminal block1)
Plug-in terminal block1)
General
External connection
Internal current consumption (5 V DC) 200 mA
200 mA
0.16 kg
0.16 kg
Input voltage range
0 – 10 V DC
0 – 10 V DC
Resolution
14 Bit
14 Bit
Conversion time
F 1 ms
F 1 ms
Overall accuracy
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
Input resistance
40 kO
40 kO
Channel to internal circuitry
–
–
Channel to channel
–
–
4
2
Output voltage range
0 – 10 V DC
0 – 10 V DC
Resolution
12 Bit
12 Bit
Conversion time
F 1ms
F 1 ms
Overall accuracy
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
External load resistance
f 2 kO
f 2 kO
Channel to internal circuitry
–
–
Channel to channel
–
–
2
1
Weight
Inputs
Electrical isolation
Number of channels
Outputs
Electrical isolation
Number of channels
1) Not supplied with the module
Inputs
3FFFhex
VI0+
VVI1+
VVI2+
VVI3+
V-
1FFFhex
0000hex
0
5
10
U0 [V]
VQ0+
V-
VQ1+
V-
Outputs
U1 [V]
10
Figure 113:
Terminal assignments for
modules XIOC-4AI-2AO-U1
and XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1
5
0
0000hex
07FFhex
0FFFhex
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Technical data
Type
XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1-I1
XIOC-4AI-2AO-U1-I1
For setting the “current” and “voltage” signal types a page 21
General
External connection
Plug-in terminal block (not supplied with the module)
Internal current consumption (5 V DC) with signal type:
Input
Output
Voltage
Voltage
220 mA
270 mA
Voltage
Current
280 mA
380 mA
Current
Voltage
220 mA
270 mA
Current
Current
280 mA
380 mA
Channel to internal circuitry
–
–
Channel to channel
–
–
0.16 kg
0.16 kg
Electrical isolation
Weight
Inputs
Number of channels
2
Signal type
Voltage
Current
4
Voltage
Current
Input voltage range
0 – 10 V DC
0 to 20 mA
0 – 10 V DC
0 to 20 mA
Resolution
14 Bit
14 Bit
Conversion time
F 1 ms
F 1 ms
Overall accuracy
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
Input resistance
40 kO
40 kO
125 O
125 O
Outputs
Number of channels
1
Signal type
Voltage
Current
2
Voltage
Current
Output voltage range
0 – 10 V DC
0 to 20 mA
0 – 10 V DC
0 to 20 mA
Resolution
12 Bit
12 Bit
Conversion time
F 1ms
F 1 ms
Overall accuracy
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
F 0.4 % (of end of scale)
External load resistance
f 2 kO
F 0.5 kO
f 2 kO
F 0.5 kO
Short-circuit proof
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Inputs
(Voltage)
V/I+ I0
V/I+ I1
V/I+ I2
V/I+ I3
V/I+ Q0
V/I+ Q1
V/I–
V/I–
V/I–
V/I–
1FFFhex
Outputs
(Voltage)
0
5
10
10
0
0000hex
U0 [V]
0000hex
Outputs
(Current)
U1 [V]
5
108
3FFFhex
1FFFhex
0000hex
V/I–
V/I–
Figure 114: Terminal assignment
of the XIOC-2AI-1AO-U1-I1
(I0, I1, Q0) and XIOC-4AI-2AO-U1-I1
(I0 to I3, Q0 to Q1) modules
Inputs
(Current)
3FFFhex
0
10
20
07FFhex
0FFFhex
I1 [mA]
20
10
07FFhex
0FFFhex
0
0000hex
I0 [mA]
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Temperature acquisition
module XIOC-4T-PT
Temperature acquisition module XIOC-4T-PT
h More information on the temperature acquisition module can be found in chapter 2 from
Page 25 onwards.
Type
XIOC-4T-PT
Platinum temperature resistance
Pt100 (IEC 751) / Pt1000
Temperature resolution
15 bit, with sign
Accuracy1)
–20 to 40 °C (Pt100)
G0.5 °C
–50 to 400 °C (Pt100)
G3 °C
–50 to 400 °C (Pt1000)
G6 °C
Temperature measurement range
–20 to +40 °C/–50 to +400 °C (constant current 2 mA)
Number of inputs
4
Conversion time
Typ. 1 second for 4 channels
Electrical isolation
Between inputs and the I/O bus
Through optocoupler
Between inputs
–
External supply voltage
24 V DC
Internal current consumption
Max. 200 mA
External resistance
Max. 400 O/channel
External cabling
Screened cable2)
Additional functions
Linearization
Fault detection
–20 to +40 °C
–50 to +400 °C
The resistance value is 7FFFhex at:
F –25 °C or f 45 °C
F –60 °C or f 410 °C
Response to cable break or unused inputs
In this case, the resistance is 7FFFhex.
Weight
0.18 kg
1) The quoted accuracy applies after 10 minutes of operation. The maximum temperature deviation can
be somewhat larger just after the start.
The characteristics of the RTD resistor must also be checked for correctness.
2) Not supplied with the module
A0
RTD
b0
B0
b1
B1
b2
B2
b3
B3
24 V H
B0
b0
A0
A1
A3
RTD
A2
B3
b3
A3
0V
Figure 115:
Module wiring
+24 V H
0VH
Figure 116:
Terminal assignments for
module XIOC-4T-PT
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Technical data
Temperature acquisition module XIOC-4AI-T
h More information on the temperature acquisition module can be found in chapter 2 from
Page 31 onwards.
Type
XIOC-4AI-T
Channels
110
Number
4
Temperature measurement range
K type: -270 – 1370
J type: -210 – 1200
B type: 100 – 1800
N type: -270 – 1300
E type: -270 – 1000
R type: -50 – 1760
T type: -200 – 400
Voltage measurement
– 50 mV – 50 mV
–100 mV – 100 mV
–500 mV – 500 mV
–1000 mV – 1000 mV
Cold-junction compensation
yes, integrated
Interference voltage suppression
50 Hz, 60 Hz
Unit
0.1 °C, 0.1 F
Resolution
16 bits
Total error
g0.5 % of range
Element “E” from –270 °C to –180 °C g2 % of measurement range
Max. input voltage
(destruction threshold)
10 V DC
Insulation voltage
500 Vrms between input cables and bus backplane
Conversion time
<1s
Temperature coefficient
< 200 ppm/°C from measurement range
Weight
0.18 kg
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Counter module
Counter module
h More information on wiring up the counter module can be found in chapter 3 from Page 33.
Type
XIOC-2CNT-100 kHz
XIOC-1CNT-100kHz
Electrical isolation
250 V DC between I/O signal and bus
250 V DC between I/O signal and bus
Internal current consumption (5 V DC)
200 mA
200 mA
Ambient temperature + humidity in operation
0 to 55 °C, 20 to 90 % relative humidity (no condensation)
Ambient temperature + humidity in
storage
–10 to 75 °C, 10 to 90 % relative humidity (no condensation)
Input
Maximum count value
32 bit (0 to 4294967295)
32 bit (0 to 4294967295)
Maximum frequency
100 kHz (25 kHz with 4x resolution)
100 kHz (25 kHz with 4x resolution)
Number of channels
2 channels
1 channel
Input voltage
12 to 24 V DC
12 to 24 V DC
Voltage for ON
> 10 V DC
> 10 V DC
Voltage for OFF
< 4 V DC
< 4 V DC
Input current
f 4 mA
f 4 mA
+/– 5 V DC
+/– 5 V DC
Voltage for ON
2 to 5 V DC
2 to 5 V DC
Voltage for OFF
–5 to –0.8 V DC
–5 to –0.8 V DC
Differential input current
35 mA
35 mA
Electrical isolation
Through optocoupler
Through optocoupler
Number of inputs per channel
3
3
Minimum width of count pulse
ON: f 4 ms, OFF: f 4ms
ON: f 4 ms, OFF: f 4ms
Minimum width of marker
f 10 ms (during an ON transition)
f 10 ms (during an ON transition)
Differential input voltage
XIOC-TERM30-CNT41)
30 pole connector XIOC-TERM30-CNT41)
Connection for external cabling
30 pole connector
External cabling
Twisted pair, screened1)
Twisted pair, screened1)
Type of output
Transistor (open collector)
Transistor (open collector)
External voltage
12/24 V DC (max. 30 V DC)
12/24 V DC (max. 30 V DC)
Minimum load current
1 mA
1 mA
Maximum load current
20 mA per output
20 mA per output
Leakage current
Max. 0.5 mA
Max. 0.5 mA
ON l OFF
F 1 ms
F 1 ms
OFFl ON
F 1 ms
F 1 ms
Voltage drop in ON state
Max. 1.5 V
Max. 1.5 V
Number of external outputs
4 outputs per module
2 outputs per module
Up/down counter
Actual (process) value f setpoint value 1
Actual (process) value f setpoint value 1
Ring counter
Actual (process) value = setpoint value 2
Actual (process) value = setpoint value 2
Through optocouplers
Through optocouplers
Output
Output delay time
Electrical isolation
1) Not supplied with the unit
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Technical data
Counter analog module
h More information on wiring up the analog counter
module can be found in chapter 4 from Page 49.
Type
XIOC-2CNT-2AO-INC
General
Channel count
2
Max. internal current consumption
450 mA
Inputs
Counter width
32 Bit
Signals to RS422
A, !A, B, !B, R, !R
Input voltage differential
+/– 5 V DC
High
0.2 to 5 V DC
Low
–5 to –0.2 V DC
Potential isolation
IO bus l inputs
No
Between inputs
No
Between inputs
No
Input frequency
400 kHz
Operating modes
1x, 2x, 4x signal edge evaluation
Outputs (analog)
Resolution
12 Bit
Output voltage range
–10 to +10 V
Error
typically 0.4 %
Potential isolation
IO bus l outputs
No
Between outputs
No
Conversion time
< 1 ms
Max. load current
10 mA
Min. load resistance
1 kO
Short-circuit proof
Yes
Max. output current
(min. load resistance)
10 mA
1 kO
Power supply for encoder
Voltage
Current or
5 V DC
channel1)
Max. 300 mA
1) Apply an external encoder supply if the current available is insufficient.
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Serial interface module/Telecontrol module
Serial interface module/Telecontrol module
h More information on wiring up the interface module can
be found in:
Interface module a chapter 5 from Page 55.
Telecontrol module a chapter 6 from Page 59.
XIOC-SER
XIOC-TC1
Interfaces
RS232(C), RS422, RS485
Protocols
Tranparent-Modus,
MODBUS Master/
Slave, SUCOM-A,
Suconet-K-Slave
Tranparent mode,
Modbus Master/
Slave, SUCOM-A,
DNP3 protocol
DNP3 library in connection with XIOC-TC1
General data
DNP3 Level 2
Profile
Send data
Byte
F 250
Receive data
Byte
F 282
Can be used for
XC200 control system
Max. quantity of modules
4 (together with XIOC-SER, XIOC-NETSK-M)
Data buffer
Binary input
1 - 1024, byte representation
(incl. flags)
Character formats
8E1, 8O1, 8N1, 8N2, 7E2, 7O2, 7N2, 7E1
Control and signal cables
RTS, CTS, DTR, DSR, DCD
Analog inputs
1 - 1024, 16 bit + 1 byte flags
Transfer rate
0.3 – 57.6
0.3 – 57.6
Counter input
1 - 1024, 32 bit + 1 byte flags
187.5, 375
-
Binary output
1 - 1024, byte representation (incl.
flags)
RS232
no
no
Analog outputs
1 - 1024, byte representation (incl.
flags)
RS422/485
yes
yes
–
–
Byte
F 250
F 250
Suconet K
Byte
F 120
–
Receive data
Byte
F 250
F 500
Suconet K
Byte
F 120
–
Kbit/s
Suconet K
Electrical isolation
Number of
slaves
Send data
Bus termination resistors
Switchable for RS485, RS422
Connector type
RS232
9-pinSUB-Dplug connector
RS422/485
Plug-in terminal block
Current
consumption
mA
< 275 mA
< 275 mA
Weight
kg
approx. 0.2
approx. 0.2
XC100
2
–
XC200
4
4
any
any
Number of modules
Slots
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Technical data
Suconet-K module (master)
Type
PROFIBUS-DP module
XIOC-NET-SK-M
h More information concerning the PROFIBUS-DP module
can be found in chapter 8 from Page 75.
Number of modules
(COM interface)
Type
XIOC-NET-DP-M/S
XC100
2
EMC
a page 97
XC200
4
Function
XIOC-NET-DP-M:
XIOC-NET-DP-S:
PROFIBUS-DP
interface,
Master (class 1)
Slave
Max. internal current
consumption
275 mA
Connection
RS485
6 pole cage-clamp terminal block
Number of slaves
Max. 124 (30 without repeater)
Electrical isolation
Yes
Send/receive data
for every 3.5 kByte for inputs and
outputs
Inputs/outputs
XIOC-NET-DP-M:
XIOC-NET-DP-S:
Max. 244 bytes
per slave
Max. 244 Byte
Suconet-K (master) mode
114
Interface type
RS485
Data transfer rates
187.5 or 375 kBit/s
Telegram
Suconet K/K1
Interface
RS485
Number of slaves
16
Connector type
Sub-D, 9 pole, socket
Slave addresses
2 to 31
Electrical isolation
Yes, for internal power supply
Number of send bytes in a
block
250 Byte
Current consumption
300 mA
Number of received bytes in
a block
250 Byte
Baud rate/length
Kbits/s
m
9.6
1200
19.2
1200
93.75
1200
187.5
1000
500
400
1500
200
3000
100
6000
100
12000
100
Bus termination resistors
Switch-in
Bus diagnostics
LED
Number of modules
XC100: 1, XC200: 3
Slots a table 20, table 21
1, 2, 3
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Index
A
Ambient temperature, enhanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog module parametric programming . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog modules, overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arrangement of the modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assembly
Counter module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Signal module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
96
11
12
D
Data evaluation, temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Data exchange, DP module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Data transfer, example for DP modules . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
DC load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Device number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
DIAGGETSTATE function block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Diagnostics
DIAGGETSTATE (function block) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
EXTENDEDINFO (Array) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
GETBUSSTATE (Variable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Slaves in PROFIBUS-DP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Digital modules, overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Dimensions
Module rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Signal modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
DNP3 communication model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
DNP3 data model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
DNP3 Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
E
End value (counter module)
Read out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Example
Diagnostics in the master control (PROFIBUS-DP) . 91
Expansion backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
EXTENDEDINFO, Array . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
F
Fault retrieval, for XIOC-4T-PT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Filter for voltage-peak suppression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Freewheel diodes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Function block
xDPS_SendDiag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Function code according to DNP3 level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Fuse, to prevent burning out the external wiring . . . . . 20
G
GETBUSSTATE, Variable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
I
Inductive load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Input map, counter analog module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Input/output status indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Interface
PROFIBUS-DP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
XIOC-NET-SK-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55, 59
Interlock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
33
12
B
Bus cycle time determination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Bus expansion connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Bus expansion with XIOC-BP-EXT
Physical design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Settings in the easySoft-CoDeSys . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Bus termination resistors
XIOC-NET-DP-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
XIOC-NET-SK-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55, 59
C
C terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Cable with attached connector, for the counter module 37
Cable with plug, for the counter module . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Capacitive loads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Change actual value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39, 41
Clear Underflow flag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Command processing for counter module . . . . . . . . . . 43
Communication library for DNP3 protocol . . . . . . . . . . 61
Comparison value (counter module)
Parameter setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39, 40
Read out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Configuration
Counter analog module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Counter properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Digital inputs/outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
XIOC-NET-DP-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Configuration example, DP module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Configuration, XIOC-NET-DP-S/M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Connecting devices to the Y outputs (counter module) 38
Connecting signal cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Connecting the incremental encoder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Connection
Connecting devices to the Y outputs of the counter
module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Incremental encoder on the counter module . . . . . 35
Connections, counter module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Conversion tables, for Pt100/Pt1000 . . . . . . . . . . . 28, 29
Counter input (counter module) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Current consumption, module arrangement . . . . . . . . . 12
Cyclic data exchange, DP module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
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Index
L
Latch output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
LE4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
LED changeover switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
LED display
Counter analog module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Counter module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
XIOC-NET-SK-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73
XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56, 60
Level output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Level-Ausgang . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Linear counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34, 39, 48
M
Maximum basic expansion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Maximum total expansion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Mode of operation, XIOC-SER
Suconet K (slave) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Transparent mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Module arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Module output (counter module)
Assign to the comparison value 1 or 2 . . . . . . . . . .43
Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39, 40
Module rack
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, 13
Slot assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Monotasking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Mounting
Module rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Signal modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Multitasking mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
O
116
Operating mode switch (counter module) . . . . . . . . . . .34
Operating mode, XIOC-SER
Suconet K (slave) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Transparent mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Operation
DP module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
Output map, counter analog module . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Overflow flag (counter module) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Overload currents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
P
Parametric programming of the LE4 with analog
inputs/outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Periodic data exchange, DP module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Polarity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Preset value (counter module)
Read out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
PROFIBUS-DP connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
PROFIBUS-DP module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Programming
Counter analog module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Counter module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Digital inputs/outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Pulse processing (example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
R
Read actual (current) value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Read out flags (counter module) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Receive data
XIOC-NET-SK-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58, 61
Reference input (counter module) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34, 41
Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Relay contacts, operating life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Repeater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
RESET button (counter module) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Reset Equal flag (EQ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Resistance thermometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Response time, PROFIBUS-DP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Ring counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34, 40, 48
S
S terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Send data
XIOC-NET-SK-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58, 61
Set new actual value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Setpoint value (counter module)
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Shielding, signal cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Signal modules
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Max. number per CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Start value (Counter module)
Read out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Station byte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Status display
Counter analog module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Status display (counter module) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Status indication, PROFIBUS-DP slave . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Suconet-K mode, XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Supply voltage
for relay operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
I/O electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Signal modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Switching operations at high frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
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T
Target Rotation Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Task control in online operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Technical data
Analog input modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Analog input/output modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Analog output module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Counter analog module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Counter module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Digital input modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
PROFIBUS-DP module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Relay output module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Serial interface module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Suconet-K module (master) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Temperature acquisition module . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Transistor output modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Temperature setting (XIOC-4T-PT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Temperature/measurement diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Terminal capacity, terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Transparent mode, XIOC-SER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
V
Voltage peaks (filter) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
W
Wiring
Analog modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Counter module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital input module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input module XIOC-32DI, output module
XIOC-32DO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay output module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screw terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spring-loaded terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transistor output module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XIOC-4T-PT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
With short-circuit protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
X
21
38
18
20
19
18
18
19
26
59
xDPS_SendDiag, function block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
117