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Drives Ltd.
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The PROFIBUS Option supports the PROFIBUS-DP variant of the PROFIBUS protocol which
is designed especially for communication between automatic control systems and distributed I/O
at the device level. It is most often used to allow a central Programmable Logic Controller or PC
based control system to use external ‘slave’ devices for I/O or specialised functions. The
principal advantage is that these devices may be distributed around a machine, thereby saving on
the cost of point to point wiring. The ‘open’ nature of the network also permits equipment from
different manufacturers to be mixed on the same bus. Additionally, the off-loading of complex
and specialised tasks such as PID temperature control lessens the processing load on the central
PLC so that its other functions may be carried out more efficiently and require less CPU
memory.
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PROFIBUS is a vendor independent, open fieldbus standard for a wide range of applications in
manufacturing, process and building automation. Vendor independence and openness are
guaranteed by the PROFIBUS standard EN50170. With PROFIBUS, devices from different
manufacturers can inter-communicate. Suitable interfaces exist for PLCs, which include the
Siemens, Mitsubishi and Allen Bradley range.
PROFIBUS-DP (De-central Periphery) is described in DIN 19245 Part 3, and forms part of EN
50170 with P-Net and WorldFIP. However it is important to note that P-Net and WorldFIP are
wholly incompatible with PROFIBUS, using different wiring and transmission technologies.
The PROFIBUS-DP network uses a high speed version of the RS485 standard, permitting baud
rates of up to 12Mbaud. A table of network speed against segment length is given in Chapter 3.
A maximum of 32 PROFIBUS-DP stations (nodes) may be contained within a single network
segment. Use of RS485 repeaters allows a total of up to 126 stations.
PROFIBUS-DP is a multimaster, master-slave, token passing network. More detailed
information, including a detailed guide to products available, may be obtained from the various
world-wide PROFIBUS user organisations. You will find contact information in trade magazines
or by reference to http://www.profibus.com on the World Wide Web.
PROFIBUS is available in two other types, aimed at different application areas, as follows:
1. PROFIBUS-PA is designed especially for process automation. It permits sensors and
actuators to be connected on one common bus line even in intrinsically safe areas.
PROFIBUS PA permits data communication and power over the bus, using intrinsically safe,
2-wire technology according to the international standard IEC 1158-2, but may also be used
on the standard RS485 cabling for non-intrinsically safe applications.
2. PROFIBUS-FMS is the general purpose solution for communication tasks at the cell level.
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PROFIBUS-DP distinguishes between master devices and slave devices. It allows slave devices
to be connected on a single bus thus eliminating considerable plant wiring typical with
conventional communications systems. The Figure above compares the two systems.
Master devices determine the data communication on the bus. A master can send messages
without an external request when it holds the bus access rights (the token). Masters are also
called active stations in the PROFIBUS protocol.
Slave devices are peripheral devices. Typical slave devices include input/output devices, valves,
motor drives and measuring transmitters. The 2408f and 2404f series Temperature Controllers
are intelligent slaves. This means they will only respond to a master when requested to do so.
PROFIBUS-DP is based around the idea of a ‘cyclical scan’ of devices on the network, during
which ‘input’ and ‘output’ data for each device is exchanged.
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The process of reading the inputs and writing to the outputs is known as an I/O data exchange.
Typically, the parameters from each slave device will be mapped to an area of PLC input and
output registers, or a single function block, so that the controlling ladder logic or program
interfaces with the device as if it were an internally fitted module. It is NOT necessary,
therefore, for the programmer to know anything about the physical network. The process of
network configuration is usually performed using a PC based program which allows the devices
on the network to be defined and device parameters to be mapped into the PLC registers or
function blocks.
The cyclical scan occurs in the following order:
1. Values from each slave device, ‘Input Data’, are first scanned over the network into a predefined set of input registers in the master controller. Such values might be a set of digital
input readings for a digital input unit, or the measured temperature and alarm status from a
PID controller.
2. The master then runs its control program, (such as a ladder logic program) using the input
data read from the slave devices.
3. The master writes output values (output data) into a pre-defined set of output registers. For
example, one of the digital inputs read in the input data might be used to select one of a set of
setpoints to be sent to the PID controller.
4. These outputs are then written to each slave device, and the scan-process-write cycle repeats.
Typically no more than 32 bytes of input data and 32 bytes of output data are exchanged for each
device during the data exchange. Some PLC masters allow no more than this, although the
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PROFIBUS-DP standard provides the possibility of transferring 236 bytes in each direction.
The input and output data lengths for a given device are variable and it is possible to have
devices with only input data, only output data, or both.
The input and output data mixture used by a given slave device is defined by what is known as a
GSD file. See Chapter 5 for more details. For simple devices such as digital or analogue I/O
blocks, this is fixed. However, since more complex devices often have a much wider choice of
possible values to send, it is usually possible to edit the GSD file to change the mapping of
device parameters onto Profibus inputs or outputs. This is the case with most Eurotherm
implementations, which also allow access to parameter data not in the GSD Input/Output data
file. This is called Demand Data and is described further in Chapter 7.
The GSD file is imported into the PROFIBUS Master Network Configuration software before
the network is created.
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PROFIBUS Input Data = Values sent from a device to a master controller or PLC,
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LEDs to indicate board and communications status
Configured using Function Block inputs
Diagnostics using Function Block outputs
Automatic Baud Rate selection
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The Eurotherm Drives’ product is fully identified using an alphanumeric code which records
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safety earth. If you do this, ensure that differences in local earth potential do not allow
circulating currents to flow, as not only can these induce large common mode signals in the data
lines, but they can also produce potentially dangerous heating in the cable. If in doubt, earth the
shield at only one section of the network.
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4
SETUP PARAMETERS
5
FUNCTION BLOCKS
6
SERIAL LINKS
7
TEC OPTION
TEC OPTION TYPE
TEC OPTION IN 1
TEC OPTION IN 2
TEC OPTION IN 3
TEC OPTION IN 4
TEC OPTION IN 5
TEC OPTION FAULT
TEC OPTION VER
TEC OPTION OUT 1
TEC OPTION OUT 2
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Using the Operator Station (MMI) or
other suitable PC programming tool,
the TEC OPTION function block
requires configuring before the
PROFIBUS option can be used.
The parameter names/functions in this
function block are inter-dependant and
will change with different parameter
values and the various Options that can
be fitted.
The top Function Block diagram shows
the ConfigEd Lite parameter names,
which are also displayed on the MMI if
no Option is fitted or an incorrect TYPE
is selected for the fitted Option.
ConfigEd Lite is Eurotherm Drives’
Windows-based block programming
software.
TEC OPTION
FAULT
VERSION
OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT 2
NONE
0
0
0
0
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
[750]
[751]
[752]
[753]
[754]
[755]
[756]
[757]
[758]
[759]
TYPE
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
INPUT 5
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–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
NONE
0000
0000
0000
Non-specific ConfigEd-Lite view
TEC OPTION
PROFIBUS DP
0
0
0
0
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
FAULT [756]
VERSION [757]
NETWORK STATE [758]
INT DIAGNOSTIC [759]
[750] TYPE
[751] ADDRESS
[752] EXT DIAGNOSTIC
[753] INT DIAG SELECT
[754] UNUSED 1
[755] UNUSED 2
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–
–
–
–
–
–
When the TYPE parameter is set to
PROFIBUS DP ConfigEdLite view
display PROFIBUS, the function block
parameters take on new identities, as shown in the lower Function Block diagram.
4
SETUP PARAMETERS
5
FUNCTION BLOCKS
6
SERIAL LINKS
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TEC OPTION
(Select Advanced view level on the Operator Station and view the TEC OPTION function
block).
TYPE
ADDRESS
EXT DIAGNOSTIC
INT DIAG SELECT
UNUSED 1
UNUSED 2
FAULT
VERSION
NETWORK STATE
INT DIAGNOSTIC
SERIAL LINKS is at
Menu Level 1 for the
590+ and 590+DRV.
• Select PROFIBUS DP in the TYPE parameter
• Enter a slave ADDRESS
• Check the FAULT parameter for error messages, rectify if necessary
When setting values for parameters from ConfigEd Lite (or other suitable PC programming tool)
you are able to select any value in the parameter’s range, i.e. -32768 to 32767. If the value is
incorrect, i.e. it doesn’t correspond to a value that can be set using the MMI, then the FAULT
output parameter will be set to PARAMETER.
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Range: Enumerated - see below
TYPE
Selects the type of Technology Option card.
Enumerated Value : Technology Option
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Range: 0 to 125
ADDRESS
The PROFIBUS slave address. Note that addresses 0, 1 and 2 are usually reserved for
PROFIBUS Masters and so should be avoided.
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Range: 0 to FFFF
EXT DIAGNOSTIC
(External Diagnostic) The value of this parameter appears as the 2nd and 3rd bytes of the
application specific diagnostics to the master. Refer to “PROFIBUS Diagnostics”, page 20. This
provides a simple way to implement user defined trips or exceptions.
Range: 0 to 29999
INT DIAG SELECT
(Internal Diagnostic Select) Refer to “Internal Diagnostics”, page 22.
UNUSED 1
Reserved for future use.
Range: 0 to FFFF
UNUSED 2
Reserved for future use.
Range: 0 to FFFF
FAULT
The fault state of the Technology Option.
Range: Enumerated - see below
0 : NONE
1 : PARAMETER
2 : TYPE MISMATCH
3 : SELF TEST
4 : HARDWARE
5 : MISSING
no faults
parameter out-of-range
TYPE parameter not set to PROFIBUS DP
hardware fault - internal
hardware fault - external
no option fitted
Also refer to Network and Module LED Indications, page 9.
Range: 0000 to FFFF
VERSION
The version of the Technology Option card. If no option is fitted then the version is reset to zero.
Range: Enumerated - see below
NETWORK STATE
The network state of the Technology Option card. Refer to “Network and Module LED
Indications” page 9 for further information.
Enumerated Value : Fault State
0 : DATA EXCHANGE
1 : DATA EX ERROR
2 : WAIT CONFIG
3 : WAIT PARAM
4 : BAUD SEARCH
5 : DISABLED
DATA EXCHANGE
Data Exchange mode. The parameterisation and configuration have been accepted and the slave
is exchanging user data with the master.
DATA EX ERROR
Data Exchange mode, as above, but with read/write error(s). This indicates that at least one of the
parameters being read or written is failing, for example writing a value out of range.
WAIT CONFIG
Waiting for configuration. The parameterisation from the master has been accepted and is now
waiting for the Master to send valid configuration data.
WAIT PARAM
Waiting for parameterisation. The slave has detected communications at a valid baud rate and is
waiting for the master to send valid parametrisation data.
BAUD SEARCH
The slave has not detected valid communications.
DISABLED
The interface is disabled. The reason for this is given by the FAULT parameter.
Range: 0000 to FFFF
INT DIAGNOSTIC
Refer to “Internal Diagnostics”, page 22.
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Other than setting the TEC OPTION TYPE and ADDRESS within the Drive, as described
earlier, all configuration is done via the Profibus-DP-Master.
During the start-up phase, the Profibus-DP-Master will check that the Profibus-DP-Slave at the
requested address is of the required type. If it is, Configuration Data and User Parameter Data
are downloaded.
The way the Profibus-DP-Master is configured depends on the manufacturer, but typically the
following steps must be followed as shown in the following diagrams.
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Start PROFIBUS software
and install / import the supplied
GSD file
Select the Master Station
Type from the list and
click on the OK button
To add a Drive
to the System
click on the
DRIVES button
and position the
special cursor
where the Drive
is to be added
From the pop-up menu
select the PROFIBUS
Address for the Drive
you are adding to match
the Drive's configured
address and then
click on the OK button
next diagram
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With the 605
selection made
as shown
click on the
Configure button
continued
Click on the Order No.
button to display the
pop-up menu
Select from this list
by clicking on Accept
to make an entry in the
Configure menu
Repeat this process
until the list is complete
and click on Close
The ID column is now
completed automatically
(I Addr and O Addr.
columns can also be set
to do this)
Fill in the Remarks column
for information and then
click on the OK button
Click on the
Parameterize button
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Alternative view of menu below
taken from another configuration tool
Enter the Tag No's in Hex
They are entered in pairs
i.e. 3 & 4, 5 & 6 etc.
Note that leading zeros
are omitted in the menu
thus the entry for 4 is actually
continued
`0F' and not `F' as shown, e.g.
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reserved
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271
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Click on the OK button
Click on the OK button
to see the System menu
with the added Drive
Click on DRIVES to repeat the process
and add another Drive to the System
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By referring to the Parameter Specification Table in the main Product Manual, you can enter
the parameter information you require.
The Parameter Specification Table provides the information in the following way:
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Three GSD files are provided for use with this option. These are available on request or can be
downloaded from the Profibus Interne site (http://www.profibus.com).
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The contents of the above files are the same except for the Model Name. This is to allow the
correct description to appear on the Profibus configuration tool.
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The Configuration Data (Cfg_Data) is used to specify the number of parameters that are to be
read and written as part of the cyclic Data Exchange.
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fixed set of parameters
that are to be transferred
each cycle.
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reserved bytes (octets)
to support a messaging
system, allowing
random access to any
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To enable the Demand Data feature, the first byte of Cfg_Data is set to 0x73 (115 decimal). The
number of Inputs and Outputs in the Process Data is defined by setting bytes to either 0x50 (80
decimal), 0x60 (96 decimal) or 0x70 (112 decimal). The maximum number of Process Data
parameters is 30.
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written as Process Data. Each parameter is represented by 2 bytes in the Usr_Prm_Data, these
specify the Tag number in High-Byte/Low-Byte order.
The first 3 bytes of the Usr_Prm_Data are reserved for the future implementation on the DPV1
Profibus extensions. These must be set to zero. The High-Byte of the first Tag number must be in
the 4th byte.
The Usr_Prm_Data may be up to 63 Bytes long. If less than 63 Bytes are sent, the length must be
3 x 2n, where n is a number between 0 and 30. Unused Bytes must be set to zero and must be at
the end of the Tag declarations.
The number of Tags declared must match the number of Inputs, Outputs and Input-Outputs
declared to be in the Process Data by the Cfg_Data.
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When entered using a Profibus configuration tool, the above example would typically be
displayed as:
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Some configuration tools will alway display the number of bytes declared in the supplied GSD,
in this case 63. So the above example will appear as:
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Demand Data is a sub-protocol using the first 8 bytes (octets) in both the request and response
message of the cyclic Data Exchange. It allows random read/write access to any parameter within
the Drive. It is enabled by the Profibus-DP- Master setting the first byte of the Cfg_Data to 0x73.
(See Chapter 6, Configuration.)
The sub-protocol consists of 3 parts:
• Command
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1
2
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4
5
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The Command field in the request message selects the required operation. This is either None,
Read or Write.
The Command field in the response message either confirms that no operation has been
requested, indicates that a Read or Write request has been completed successfully or indicates
that a Read or Write request has failed.
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The Value/Error Code field is used to receive a Read value, send a Write value or receive an
error code.
The Value is a signed or unsigned 16-bit integer. The scaling for each parameter is described in
the Product Manual for the host Drive.
If the Response Command is 7, i.e. the request has been rejected, this field contains the error
code. These are:
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Profibus DP provides diagnostic information for each slave unit. The Profibus Technology
Option uses the 'ExtDiagData' of the diagnostic telegram (bytes 7, 8 and 9) to provide Trip status
and user specified events. The Profibus master is notified whenever any of the monitored events
change state. The documentation supplied with the master should provide details on how to
access diagnostic information.
An example 605A & B diagnostic response telegram:
Octet 1
Octet 2
Octet 3
Octet 4
Octet 5
Octet 6
Octet 7
Octet 8
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Octet 8 indicates a "Link Overvolts" Trip
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future use.) The value contained in bits 0 to 4 have the following meaning:
0 = No Trip
9 = I*t
1 = Link Overvolts
10 = Brake Resistor
2 = Link Undervolts
11 = Brake Switch
3 = Link Overcurrent
12 = Operator Station
4 = Heatsink Temperature
13 = Lost Communications
5 = External Trip
17 = Motor Temperature
6 = Input 1 Break
18 = Current Limit
7 = Input 2 Break
20 = 24V Failure
8 = Motor Stalled
21 = Low Speed Current
Octets 9 and 10 are the most significant byte and least significant byte of the EXT
DIAGNOSTIC input parameter of the TEC OPTION Function Block.
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0 to 4 have the following meaning:
0 = No Trip
31 = Tripped
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