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Table of contents
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Introduction................................................................................................................................................ 5
1.1
2
Connecting the drive unit to the PC ........................................................................................................... 7
2.1
3
4
5
6
7
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Startdrive - Drive Commissioning ..................................................................................................5
USB wiring .....................................................................................................................................7
Creating a project ...................................................................................................................................... 9
3.1
Creating project portal view ...........................................................................................................9
3.2
Creating a new project .................................................................................................................12
Going online and incorporating devices ................................................................................................... 15
4.1
Online mode and connected devices...........................................................................................15
4.2
Finding the drive unit via USB with Accessible devices ..............................................................16
4.3
Integrating the drive unit into the project......................................................................................19
Commissioning the drive ......................................................................................................................... 21
5.1
Commissioning with Startdrive.....................................................................................................21
5.2
Going online and starting the wizard ...........................................................................................21
5.3
Basic commissioning with the wizard ..........................................................................................24
Drives with control via PN ........................................................................................................................ 27
6.1
Higher-level control and drive ......................................................................................................27
6.2
Connecting the drive, controller, and PC .....................................................................................28
6.3
Identifying devices via Accessible devices ..................................................................................29
6.4
Check the IP and names of the devices via Lifelist. ....................................................................31
6.5
Changing the IP and name via Lifelist .........................................................................................32
6.6
Inserting devices into the project .................................................................................................34
6.7
Adapting the IP and name in the project......................................................................................38
6.8
Saving and loading into the target system...................................................................................41
Testing and optimizing the drive .............................................................................................................. 45
7.1
Testing and optimizing drives ......................................................................................................45
7.2
Testing using the drive control panel ...........................................................................................46
Diagnostics .............................................................................................................................................. 51
8.1
Diagnostics overview ...................................................................................................................51
8.2
Drive diagnostic options...............................................................................................................51
8.3
Diagnostics with the trace ............................................................................................................55
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Summary ................................................................................................................................................. 59
9.1
Summary of the tutorial ............................................................................................................... 59
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Startdrive - Drive Commissioning
Startdrive tutorial
This tutorial will provide you with a brief overview of working with Startdrive. The different
steps for creating a project and the commissioning and diagnostics tools are shown in brief
using a typical example.
Note
The tutorial is indicative only and makes no claim to be technically complete. For
commissioning you require the online help of SINAMICS Startdrive and the drive
documentation.
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Introduction
1.1 Startdrive - Drive Commissioning
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2.1
2
USB wiring
Wiring via USB
The drive unit must be wired to the PC in order for the commissioning to be completed.
Depending on the connection options you can connect the drive unit to the PC via
PROFINET or PROFIBUS DP and via USB for all drive units.
How to connect the drive to the PC:
1. Switch the drive on and wait until ramp-up has completed.
2. Plug the micro USB connector into the corresponding slot on the front of the drive and the
USB connector into a USB port on the PC.
Windows detects the USB device with the initial connection and automatically installs the
driver. Follow the procedure in the Installation wizard.
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2.1 USB wiring
Once the driver is installed you will create a new project and go to the drive online.
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3.1
3
Creating project portal view
Portal view
Upon opening Startdrive you will find yourself in the so-called portal view of the new TIA
Portal.
The portal view offers a task-oriented view of the tools and provides the basic functions for
the individual task areas, e.g. project management and diagnostics.
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Creating a project
3.1 Creating project portal view
The TIA Portal also continues to provide the project view for the classic display. You can
switch to this view easily via the relevant button.
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3.1 Creating project portal view
The portal view is the important one for now in the tutorial. You will create a new project from
this as a next step.
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Creating a project
3.2 Creating a new project
3.2
Creating a new project
How to create a new project
1. Click "Create new project" in the portal view.
2. Enter a name under "Project name" and select the pathway for saving the project.
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3.2 Creating a new project
3. Confirm with "Create". The project is created.
4. Switch to project view for the next steps, e.g. going online.
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3.2 Creating a new project
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Going online and incorporating devices
4.1
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Online mode and connected devices
Online mode
The Startdrive provides the option of going to the drive online via the "Accessible devices"
function. For this the drive unit can be connected to the PC via USB, PROFIBUS DP, or
PROFINET. This depends on the relevant version of the drive unit.
You will now learn how to identify connected drive units via Accessible devices and
incorporate these into the existing project.
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Going online and incorporating devices
4.2 Finding the drive unit via USB with Accessible devices
4.2
Finding the drive unit via USB with Accessible devices
How to find connected drive units with Accessible devices
1. Select "Accessible devices" in the "Online" menu.
2. In the "Accessible devices" window select "S7USB“ as the "PG/PC interface type" and
click "Update"
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4.2 Finding the drive unit via USB with Accessible devices
Startdrive automatically scans the selected interface and displays the drive units found.
3. Select the drive unit found and click "Display."
The drive unit is displayed under "Online access" in the project navigator.
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4.2 Finding the drive unit via USB with Accessible devices
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4.3 Integrating the drive unit into the project
4.3
Integrating the drive unit into the project
Integrating the drive unit
You can access the drive unit from Startdrive via Accessible devices. You can now integrate
the drive unit into the project.
How to integrate drive units into the project online
1. Select the drive unit under "Online access" in the project navigator.
2. Select "Upload device to PG/PC" in the online menu.
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4.3 Integrating the drive unit into the project
3. Select the "Upload" checkbox in the window.
4. Click "Upload from device."
The drive unit is integrated into the project and is displayed in the project navigator.
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5.1
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Commissioning with Startdrive
Commissioning with Startdrive
You can complete the commissioning in a short space of time with the Startdrive
Commissioning wizard. For this Startdrive supports offline commissioning in the project or
online directly on the drive unit. After offline commissioning you load the configuration from
the PG/PC into the device, with online commissioning you load the configuration from the
drive unit into your project.
Online commissioning will be introduced to you in the next step.
5.2
Going online and starting the wizard
Basic commissioning online
You must connect Startdrive Online with the drive unit before commissioning.
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Commissioning the drive
5.2 Going online and starting the wizard
How to go online and start the commissioning
1. Select the drive unit in the project navigator and then select "Connect online" from the
shortcut menu.
A spanner symbol is displayed behind the drive unit once the connection has been
established.
2. Double-click Commissioning in the project navigator. A window is shown in the work area.
3. Double-click the Commissioning wizard in the work area. The wizard will start.
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5.2 Going online and starting the wizard
You will complete the commissioning in the next step.
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Commissioning the drive
5.3 Basic commissioning with the wizard
5.3
Basic commissioning with the wizard
Basic commissioning online with the wizard
Select the relevant parameters in the wizard for basic commissioning of the drive. Startdrive
is already online with the drive unit connected and the Commissioning wizard is open in the
work area.
How to complete basic commissioning
1. You configure the open-loop/closed-loop control type, determine the drive settings and
select the motor in the open wizard.
2. Run through the Commissioning wizard. You move to the next step in each case by
clicking "Next."
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5.3 Basic commissioning with the wizard
3. Use the standard telegram 1 as the telegram. This is the default setting.
4. Completing the motor data identification when idle is recommended for the initial
commissioning. This occurs when the drive control panel is first started.
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5.3 Basic commissioning with the wizard
5. All parameters are displayed in the summary at the end of the wizard. You can check the
values entered once again here and make any changes using "Back."
6. Click on "Complete."
This completes the basic commissioning.
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Higher-level control and drive
Controller and drive unit
With the Startdrive integrated in the TIA Portal you can easily configure a drive unit with a
higher-level controller. We will briefly show you the configuration process using a SIMATIC
S7-1500 and a SINAMICS G120 with CU240E-2 PN as an example. For this the drive and
controller are connected and configured via PROFINET.
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6.2 Connecting the drive, controller, and PC
6.2
Connecting the drive, controller, and PC
Establishing the PROFINET connection
The drive, controller, and PC must be connected with each other before starting the
configuration.
1. Connect the PC's Ethernet port with PN interface X1 P1 on the SIMATIC S7-1500 via a
PROFINET cable. The X1 interface has two ports.
2. Connect the second PN port X1 P2 on the SIMATIC S7-1500 with the PN interface X1 on
the SINAMICS G120 drive unit.
3. Switch the devices on and wait until ramp-up has completed.
You will then be able to identify the devices with the TIA Portal via "Accessible devices"
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6.3
Identifying devices via Accessible devices
Identifying devices via Lifelist
You can access the connected devices via the Lifelist in the project navigator. The TIA Portal
must be open for this.
1. First of all check the TCP/IP properties of the PC's Ethernet interface in MS Windows and
enter a unique IP address and the subnet mask. The subnet mask is identical for all
devices (PC, controller, drive).
2. Switch to the TIA Portal. You have already created a new project there.
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6.3 Identifying devices via Accessible devices
3. Open "Online access" in the project navigator. All usable interfaces for the PC are
automatically displayed under Online access.
4. Click on "Update accessible devices" under the PC's Ethernet interface.
All devices found after scanning the interface are then displayed in the project navigator.
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6.4 Check the IP and names of the devices via Lifelist.
6.4
Check the IP and names of the devices via Lifelist.
IP address and name of the devices
The devices must have a unique IP address and a PROFINET device name for PROFINET
communication. You can use the factory-set IP address and name for the drive unit or
controller.
How to display the current IP and name of the devices
1. The current IP addresses can be read next to the device with Online access. You will
then use this IP later when configuring the hardware.
Next we will show you how to change the IP and the name.
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6.5 Changing the IP and name via Lifelist
6.5
Changing the IP and name via Lifelist
Changing the IP address and name
You can change the IP and the name under "Online & Diagnostics." We demonstrate this
below using a drive as an example. The procedure for the controller is identical.
How to change the IP and/or the name
1. Open "Online & Diagnostics" on the drive or the controller.
2. Select "Assign IP address." Enter the IP address and subnet into the window shown and
you can assign these to the drive via the "Assign IP" button.
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6.5 Changing the IP and name via Lifelist
3. You can assign a new PROFINET device name to the drive via the "Assign name"
function.
You will use the assigned IP addresses and names later when configuring the hardware.
You will configure these in the next step.
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6.6 Inserting devices into the project
6.6
Inserting devices into the project
Inserting devices
In the TIA Portal you can insert the hardware into the project via the Insert dialog or via the
hardware catalog. You will use the hardware catalog in the example. You must create the
project and select "Devices & networks" in the project navigator before starting.
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6.6 Inserting devices into the project
How to insert the devices into the project
1. In the hardware catalog navigate to the entry for the controller being used. This is a CPU
1516-3 PN/DP in the example.
2. Drag the controller to the network view using Drag&Drop.
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6.6 Inserting devices into the project
3. Now insert the drive, a CU240E-2 PN in the example, into the project using Drag&Drop.
4. Select the drive in the "Network view" and switch to the "Device view" tab.
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6.6 Inserting devices into the project
5. Drag the power unit for the device to the free space using Drag&Drop.
6. Switch back to the "Network view" and, with the left mouse button pressed down, drag a
connection from the drive's X1 interface to the controller's X1 interface. A PROFINET IO
system is created automatically.
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6.7 Adapting the IP and name in the project
This completes the process for inserting the hardware.
6.7
Adapting the IP and name in the project
IP address and name
The IP addresses in the project and in the target hardware must match for PROFINET
communication. You have already checked the IP and the name of the target hardware using
the Lifelist. These must now be entered in the project. Upon download the name in the target
hardware is overwritten by the name from the project and does not therefore have to be
adapted.
How to display the IP address and name
1. In the "Network view" click on the Ethernet port used for the controller. Additional
information is displayed in the "Properties" tab of the inspector window.
2. Enter the IP address, the subnet mask, and where applicable the name under "Ethernet
addresses." You can have the name generated automatically or enter a new one.
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3. Click also on the Ethernet port used for the drive.
4. Enter the Ethernet address and where applicable the name.
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6.7 Adapting the IP and name in the project
The hardware configuration is complete. You can load the project into the target system
following the commissioning.
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6.8 Saving and loading into the target system
6.8
Saving and loading into the target system
Saving and loading into the target system
After the hardware configuration you have completed the online basic commissioning for the
drive. The overall project now just needs to be saved, compiled, and loaded into the target
system.
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6.8 Saving and loading into the target system
Follow the steps below
1. Save the current project via "Project" > "Save."
2. Compile the current settings to the devices via the shortcut menu.
3. Load the data into the devices after saving. Select "Download to device" > "Hardware and
software" in each case in the shortcut menu. For this the TIA Portal Online must be
connected with the devices and the relevant online access configured, e.g. USB or
PROFINET.
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6.8 Saving and loading into the target system
This completes the configuration.
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Testing and optimizing the drive
7.1
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Testing and optimizing drives
Testing and optimizing
Startdrive offers a number of options for testing and optimizing the drive. For the first function
test, you can operate the drive by using the drive control panel. Error conditions can be
recorded and eliminated via the message history including all messages and faults. The
motor optimization helps you to determine motor data and improve the control properties of
the motor.
The drive control panel will be introduced to you initially in step one.
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7.2 Testing using the drive control panel
7.2
Testing using the drive control panel
Rotating the motor using the drive control panel
You can carry out an initial function test of the drive by using the drive control panel. The
Startdrive must be connected to the drive online and Commissioning must be open in the
work area.
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7.2 Testing using the drive control panel
How to carry out a test using the drive control panel
1. Double-click on "Control panel."
2. Motor measurement is performed once when the motor is started for the first time after
commissioning. Start the drive and wait until the measurement is completed..
CAUTION
Rotating the drive
Observe the safety instructions in the manual before you make the motor rotate.
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7.2 Testing using the drive control panel
3. Activate the master control and set the drive enables and the operating mode on the
control panel. The motor is then ready to be switched on.
4. Enter a "speed."
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7.2 Testing using the drive control panel
5. You can make the drive rotate by clicking the "forward" or "backward" buttons. The drive
accelerates to the specified speed. The actual values are displayed.
6. Click "Stop" to stop the drive, switch off the motor and reset the drive enables.
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7.2 Testing using the drive control panel
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Diagnostics
8.1
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Diagnostics overview
Diagnostics
The TIA Portal with integrated Startdrive offers a range of diagnostic options. You can
identify the drive and have the most important information displayed via general diagnostics.
In the event of an error you receive support in the form of proposed solutions for any faults
and warnings displayed. For targeted diagnostics you can record signal sequences with the
trace and analyze these.
You will find a brief overview of diagnostic options below.
8.2
Drive diagnostic options
Diagnostic options
A series of diagnostic options are available to you in online mode.
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Diagnostics
8.2 Drive diagnostic options
How to display the diagnostics
1. Connect the TIA Portal Online with the drive unit. This is a PN connection in the example.
2. Unique symbols for the diagnostic status are displayed in the TIA Portal. These can be
found e.g. in the project navigator, in the "Diagnostics" tab or in "Info" in the inspector
window, or directly in the network view.
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8.2 Drive diagnostic options
3. You can open more detailed explanations for the symbols via online help.
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8.2 Drive diagnostic options
4. Double-click "Online & Diagnostics" below the drive. You can have the general
diagnostics, active messages, or the message history displayed in the window shown.
5. "Active messages" displays e.g. all faults and warnings in tabular form.
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8.3 Diagnostics with the trace
8.3
Diagnostics with the trace
Diagnostics with trace
You can record signal sequences from drive parameters with the trace.
How to work with the trace
1. Double-click Traces.
2. Create a new trace configuration in the window shown.
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Diagnostics
8.3 Diagnostics with the trace
3. Select the signals for the trace recording.
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8.3 Diagnostics with the trace
4. Configure the trace, e.g. trigger and recording conditions. In the example the trigger is set
when an error occurs.
5. Connect to the device online.
6. Transmit the trace configuration to the drive unit and activate the recording.
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8.3 Diagnostics with the trace
7. The drive is started via the drive control panel and the trace recording runs once the error
occurs in the drive. A symbol in the project navigator also displays the error in the drive.
8. You can display the recorded signals graphically in the Editor and save them locally on
the PC.
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Summary
9.1
Summary of the tutorial
Summary
You will have gained an overview of Startdrive after working through the tutorial. You can
integrate a drive into a project, complete a basic commissioning, and test the motor.
Please use the drive unit documentation and the Startdrive help system for further training.
Startdrive can be found on the Internet at www.siemens.com/startdrive.
Thank you for your attention.
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