Micro II DeviceNet For Rev#4.1 Installation, Operation, and Troubleshooting Manual (Publication # 890002-18-00)

Micro II DeviceNet For Rev#4.1 Installation, Operation, and Troubleshooting Manual (Publication # 890002-18-00)
Micro II
DeviceNet
For Rev#4.1
Installation, Operation, and
Troubleshooting Manual
BENSHAW
ADVANCED CONTROLS & DRIVES
Publication #: 890002-18-00
Revision History
Revision
Date
ECO#
Description of Changes
00
9/18/2000
164
Initial release.
01
1/31/2001
Changed the Major Revision of the Identity object to 2 and
gave range for Minor Revision.
Changed the minimum Rated Speed of the Motor Data Object
to 1.
212
Added TruTorque decel as an option for Stop Mode of
Softstart Object.
212
Added fault code 151 for TruTorque current limit.
212
Added 4 TruTorque attributes to the Softstart Object.
212
Changed the Data Type of Starting Torque and Max Torque of
the Softstart Object to UINT.
219
Added the parameter DN:Rev to the Comm. Settings menu.
Updated Table 19 to include new fault codes.
02
7/18/2001
E064
Converted OL from tabled classed 5,10,15,20,25,30,NA,BYP
to 0-40, 0 = OFF, 1-40 = Class
03
11/26/2002
E0504
Added an overload warning condition to the cause of the
Warning bit in the Control Supervisor object.
Added kw control as a start mode in the Softstart object.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................3
1.1
2.
3.
Default I/O Messages Content........................................................................................................3
Connecting to DeviceNet.....................................................................................................................4
2.1
Card Layout.....................................................................................................................................4
2.2
Wiring the Connector ......................................................................................................................4
2.3
Parameter Configuration.................................................................................................................5
Device Profile........................................................................................................................................6
3.1
Object Model ...................................................................................................................................6
3.2
Identity Object .................................................................................................................................6
3.3
DeviceNet Object ............................................................................................................................8
3.4
Assembly Object .............................................................................................................................9
3.5
Connection Object ........................................................................................................................11
3.6
Motor Data Object .........................................................................................................................11
3.7
Overload Object ............................................................................................................................12
3.8
Control Supervisor Object.............................................................................................................14
3.9
Discrete Output Object..................................................................................................................19
3.10
Softstart Object .............................................................................................................................19
4.
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................23
5.
Data Types ..........................................................................................................................................24
6.
Benshaw Services..............................................................................................................................24
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INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction
The RediStart Micro II has built in DeviceNet capabilities, allowing it to be connected to and controlled
over a DeviceNet network. Many of the starter parameters and commands are available through
DeviceNet. The EDS file (electronic data sheet) may be obtained by contacting Benshaw or from
Benshaw’s web site at www.benshaw.com.
DeviceNet FEATURES
Device Type
Master/Scanner
N
N
I/O Peer to Peer Messaging
N
• Bit Strobe
N
Configuration Consistency Value
N
• Polling
Y
Faulted Node Recovery
N
• Cyclic
N
• Change of State (COS)
N
Baud Rates
1.1
Softstart Starter
Explicit Peer to Peer Messaging
I/O Slave Messaging
125K, 250K, 500K
Default I/O Messages Content
The following is the default content of I/O messages. For other available I/O messages, see section 3.4.
Default Input Message (Assembly Instance 61)
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
At
Reference
Bit 4
Bit 3
Ready
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Running
Warning
Faulted
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Default Output Message (Assembly Instance 100)
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
RM#2
Bit 3
RM#1
Fault
Reset
3
Run
INSTALLATION
2. Connecting to DeviceNet
2.1
Card Layout
The DeviceNet connector and indicator LEDs are located in the upper, left-hand corner of the CPU card.
Connector to
DeviceNet
MS
NS
LEDC3 LEDC4
TB1
2.2
Network
Status
LED
Module
Status
LED
Wiring the Connector
Wire the DeviceNet connector as shown.
5
4
3
2
1
4
Red
White
Bare
Blue
Black
V+
CAN-H
Drain
CAN-L
_
V
INSTALLATION
2.3
Parameter Configuration
The following parameters need to be configured properly before using DeviceNet. Note that the
starter must be reset for any changes to these parameters to take effect. All of the parameters are
located in the Micro II menu; Main Menu\Control Config\Comm. Settings.
Parameter
Value
COMM. Mode
Select DNet.
DN:MAC ID
Enter the DeviceNet MAC ID.
(0 to 63)
DN:Baud
Select 125, 250 or 500 kBPS.
DN:InAssy
Select the assembly instance for the desired input data
format. See section 3.4 for a list of assemblies and
their formats.
DN:OutAssy
Select the assembly instance for the desired output
data format. See section 3.4 for a list of assemblies
and their formats.
DN:T/O Act
Select “none” or “stop”. This selects what action the
starter takes in the event that the DeviceNet connection
times out. If “stop” is selected and the starter is
running, it will stop.
DN:Rev
Displays the revision of the DeviceNet interface as it is
stored in the Identity Object. It is displayed in the form
Major.Minor revision.
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3. Device Profile
The Micro II starter implements the Softstart device profile (0x17).
3.1
Object Model
The following objects are implemented and may be accessed.
Object Class
Class Code
Page
Identity Object
0x01
6
DeviceNet
0x03
8
Assembly
0x04
9
Connection
0x05
11
Motor Data
0x28
11
Overload
0x2C
12
Control Supervisor
0x29
14
Discrete Output
0x09
19
Softstart
0x2D
19
3.2
Identity Object
Class Code: 0x01 (one instance)
Table 1 – Identity Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
Name
Access
Data Type
Description
1
Vendor ID
Get
UINT
This will have a value of 605
2
Device Type
Get
UINT
This will have a value of 0x17 (Softstart)
3
Product Code
Get
UINT
This will have a value of 0x01
4
Revision
Get
Major Revision
USINT
2
Minor Revision
USINT
1 – 255
5
Status
Get
WORD
See Table 2
6
Serial Number
Get
UDINT
A unique 32-bit serial number
7
Product Name
Get
SHORT
STRING
6
RediStart Micro II
DEVICE PROFILE
Attribute ID
Name
Access
Data Type
Description
1 – Device is testing battery RAM
3 – Device is operational. Note that the device can be
operational even if the starter detects faults (e.g. current
imbalance).
8
State
Get
USINT
4 – Major Recoverable Fault. There was a problem with the
battery RAM. To recover, send a type 1 reset service
(see below) or reset from CPU card.
5 – Major Unrecoverable Fault. There was a problem with
the keypad. The starter must be serviced.
Table 2 – Bit Definitions for Status Instance Attribute of Identity Object
Bit(s)
0
Name
Definition
Owned
Indicates that the drive has been allocated to a master
1–9
Reserved
10
Major Recoverable Fault
Caused by corrupted battery RAM
11
Major Unrecoverable Fault
Caused by keypad failure
12 – 15
Reserved
Table 3 – Identity Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x05
No
Yes
Reset
Name
The reset service can only be executed while the starter is stopped. Two types of reset are
supported. A type 0 reset has the same effect as pressing the computer reset switch on the Micro II CPU
card. A type 1 reset will reset the starter to a default state. A type 1 reset will result in all parameters
being set back to their defaults. The Watt-hour meter, running time meter, number of starts and RTD
peak meters will be reset to 0. The event log will be cleared. The system password will be cleared. The
DeviceNet configuration parameters in the Communications Settings menu will not be changed, however.
Once everything has been set to it’s default state, the starter will then reset as if the computer reset
switch on the Micro II CPU card were pressed.
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3.3
DeviceNet Object
Class Code: 0x03 (one instance)
Table 4 – DeviceNet Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
1
Name
MAC ID
Access
Data Type
Description
Get/Set
USINT
Node Address – range of 0 to 63.
Note: Setting is only allowed while the starter is stopped.
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 125 kbps
1 – 250 kbps
2 – 500 kbps
Note: Change does not take effect until after the starter is
reset.
2
Baud Rate
3
BOI
Get
BOOL
Bus-Off interrupt = 0
The starter must be manually reset if it becomes Bus-Off.
4
Bus-Off Counter
Get
USINT
Number of times it became Bus-Off.
5
Allocation Information
Get
Allocation Choice
Byte
BYTE
1 – Explicit Message
2 – Polled I/O
Master’s MAC ID
USINT
6
MAC ID Switch
Changed
Get
BOOL
This is set to 1 when the MAC ID is changed through the
keypad. It is reset to 0 after the starter is reset and the
change takes effect.
7
Baud Rate Switch
Changed
Get
BOOL
This is set to 1 when the Baud Rate is changed through the
keypad. It is reset to 0 after the starter is reset and the
change takes effect.
8
MAC ID Switch Value
Get
USINT
This is the value of the MAC ID as it is set by the keypad.
9
Baud Rate Switch
Value
Get
USINT
This is the value of the Baud Rate as it is set by the keypad.
Table 5 – DeviceNet Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
0x4B
No
Yes
Allocate_Master/Slave_Connection_Set
0x4C
No
Yes
Release_Group_2_Identifier_Set
Name
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3.4
Assembly Object
Class Code: 0x04 (ten instances)
All Input and Output assemblies consist of one byte.
Table 6 – Assembly Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
3
Name
Data
Access
Get/Set
Description
See Table 7 and.Table 8
Table 7 – Output Assembly Data Attribute Format
Instance
Name
1
Basic
Contactor
2
Basic
Overload
Fault
Reset
3
Basic
Motor
Starter
Fault
Reset
Run
Fault
Reset
Run
100
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Run
Benshaw
Starter
RM#2
RM#1
Table 8 – Input Assembly Data Attribute Format
Instance
Name
Bit 7
50
Basic
Overload
51
Extended
Overload
52
Basic
Motor
Starter
53
Extended
Motor
Starter
60
Basic Soft
Start
At
Reference
61
Extended
Soft
Start
At
Reference
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Faulted
Warning
Running
Ready
Running
Faulted
Warning
Running
Ready
9
Running
Faulted
Faulted
Faulted
Warning
Faulted
DEVICE PROFILE
Table 9 – Mapping Output Assembly Data Attribute Components
Class
Data Component Name
Attribute
Name
Number
Name
Number
Run
Control
Supervisor
0x29
Run
3
Fault Reset
Control
Supervisor
0x29
FaultRst
12
RM#1
Discrete
Output 1
0x09
Value
3
RM#2
Discrete
Output 2
0x09
Value
3
Table 10 – Mapping Input Assembly Data Attribute Components
Class
Data Component Name
Attribute
Name
Number
Name
Number
Faulted
Control
Supervisor
0x29
Faulted
10
Warning
Control
Supervisor
0x29
Warning
11
Running
Control
Supervisor
0x29
Running
7
Ready
Control
Supervisor
0x29
Ready
9
Soft Start
0x2D
At
Reference
3
At Reference
Table 11 – Assembly Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Name
10
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3.5
Connection Object
Class Code: 0x05
Table 12 – Connection Instance IDs
Connection
Instance ID
Description
1
Explicit Messaging Connection into the server.
2
Poll I/O Connection
3
Bit-Strobe I/O Connection (not supported)
4
Change of State of Cyclic I/O Connection (not supported)
3.6
Motor Data Object
Class Code: 0x28 (one instance)
Table 13 – Motor Data Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
Name
Access
Data Type
Description
Valid values are:
0 – Non-standard motor
3 – PM synchronous motor
4 – FC synchronous motor
6 – Wound rotor induction motor
7 – Squirrel cage induction motor
3
Motor Type
Get/Set
USINT
4
CatNumber
Get/Set
SHORT
STRING
Motor manufacturer’s catalog number (nameplate number)
32 characters maximum
5
Manufacturer
Get/Set
SHORT
STRING
Manufacturer’s name
32 characters maximum
6
FLA
Get/Set
INT
7
Rated Voltage
Get/Set
UINT
Motor nameplate rated base voltage
Units: V
15
Rated Speed
Get/Set
UINT
Motor nameplate rated speed
1 – 3600 RPM
19
Service Factor
Get/Set
USINT
Table 14 – Motor Data Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Name
11
Motor nameplate full load Amps
Units: 100mA
Motor nameplate service factor
100% – 199%
DEVICE PROFILE
The FLA (Attribute 6) corresponds to the FLA parameter that is set through the keypad. Refer to the
starter manual for details of how it affects starter behavior.
The Rated Speed (Attribute 15) corresponds to the Motor RPM that is set through the keypad (for
tachometer feedback systems). Refer to the starter manual for details of how it affects starter behavior.
The Service Factor (Attribute 19) corresponds to the service factor that is set through the keypad.
Refer to the starter manual for details of how it affects starter behavior.
The other attributes are provided solely as an internal database of other motor nameplate information
and do not affect the behavior of the starter.
3.7
Overload Object
Class Code: 0x2C (one instance)
Table 15 – Overload Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
Name
Access
Data Type
Description
Motor nameplate full load Amps
Units: 100mA
3
FLA
Get/Set
INT
4
Class
Get/Set
USINT
5
Average Current
Get
UINT
6
% Phase Imbalance
Get
USINT
7
% Thermal
Get
USINT
8
L1 Current
Get
UINT
Line 1 current
Units: 100mA
9
L2 Current
Get
UINT
Line 2 current
Units: 100mA
10
L3 Current
Get
UINT
Line 3 current
Units: 100mA
12
Ground Current
Get
INT
100
Trip Enable
Get/Set
BOOL
Overload Class. Valid values are 0 - 40 and 0 for no
overload calculation. If the class is set to BYP, this attribute
will report the class as 10.
Average of the three phase currents
Units: 100mA
Current phase imbalance calculated as:
12
100 x max[(max_curr – avg_curr), (avg_curr – min_curr)]
avg_curr
% Thermal Capacity (Overload content)
Ground fault current
Units: 100mA
Enables or disables overload tripping at 100% Thermal
Capacity
0 – Disabled
1 – Enabled
DEVICE PROFILE
Attribute ID
Name
Access
101
State
102
Low Speed FLA
103
Data Type
Description
State of the overload protection
0 – Okay
1 – Warning
2 – Full
3 – Lockout with Warning
4 – Lockout
5 – Trip Latched
Get
USINT
Get/Set
INT
Starts without Overload
Get
UINT
Number of starts while overload is set to 0 (NA)
104
Overload Trips
Get
UINT
Number of times the starter has tripped due to overload
105
Emergency Resets
Get
UINT
Number of times an emergency reset has been performed on
the starter
Motor nameplate full load Amps for the low speed winding
Units: 100mA
Table 16 – Overload Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
0x32
No
Yes
Reset_Overload_Trip
Name
The Class (Attribute 4) defines the number of seconds for the thermal capacity to go from 0 to 100%
while the current is at 600% of FLA. Valid values for the class are 0 – 40, & BYP. To select NA from
DeviceNet, set the Class to 0. BYP can not be selected by DeviceNet. It can only be selected by the
keypad. If BYP is selected, the Class will be reported as 10.
When the Class is set to NA, the thermal capacity remains at 0%. When the Class is set to BYP, the
thermal capacity is limited to 90% while the starter is ramping and continues with a class 10 calculation
once the motor is up to speed.
The behavior of the starter when the thermal capacity reaches 100% can be programmed by Trip
Enable (Attribute 100). Valid values for the Trip Enable are 0 (Disabled) and 1 (Enabled). If the trip is
enabled, the starter will stop the motor when the thermal capacity reaches 100% and the State (Attribute
101) will be “Lockout with Warning”. Starts will be prohibited until the thermal capacity “cools” to below
60%. Once below 60%, the State will be “Trip Latched” and the overload must be reset in order for starts
to be allowed again. Service code 0x32 (Reset_Overload_Trip) may be used to perform this reset.
(Pressing the thermal trip reset button on the Micro II CPU card will do the same thing, or the starter can
be configured with jumpers to perform an automatic overload reset). The Reset_Overload_Trip service
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simply allows starts to occur. It does not change the thermal capacity. This service is only available while
the State is “Trip Latched”. Otherwise, an “Object State Conflict” error (error code 0x06) will be returned.
The Trip Enable (Attribute 100) corresponds to setting the Overload Lock Fault Class through the
keypad. The options available on the keypad are “Critical” and “Disabled”.
The following diagram provides a graphical description of the States (Attribute 101) and State
transitions.
% Thermal > 100
Trip Enable = 0
% Thermal > 90
OK
% Thermal < 80
Warning
Reset_Overload_Trip
Service
Trip Latched
Full
% Thermal < 100
% Thermal > 100
Trip Enable = 1
% Thermal < 60
Lockout
% Thermal < 80
Lockout with
Warning
Figure 1 - Overload Protection State Machine
3.8
Control Supervisor Object
Class Code: 0x29 (one instance)
Table 17 – Control Supervisor Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
3
Name
Run
Access
Data Type
Description
Get/Set
BOOL
0 →1: Run
1 →0: Stop
6
State
Get
USINT
2 – Not_Ready
3 – Ready
4 – Enabled
5 – Stopping
6 – Fault_Stop
7 – Faulted
7
Running
Get
BOOL
1 – Enabled or Stopping or Fault Stop
0 – Not Ready or Ready or Faulted
9
Ready
Get
BOOL
1 – Ready or Enabled or Stopping
0 – Other states
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Attribute ID
Name
Access
Data Type
Description
10
Faulted
Get
BOOL
1 – Faulted Occurred (latched)
0 – No Faults present
11
Warning
Get
BOOL
1 – Warning (not latched)
0 – No Warnings preset
12
FaultRst
Get/Set
BOOL
0 →1: Fault Reset
13
FaultCode
Get
UINT
Code for the most recent fault. See the Fault Code table in
this section.
16
DNFaultMode
Get/Set
USINT
Action on loss of DeviceNet communications
1 – none
2 – stop
Table 18 – Control Supervisor Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
0x05
No
Yes
Reset
Name
In order for the Run command (Attribute 3) to work, a relay programmed as RM_R must be fed into
the start input in the micro. If the optional relay card is installed, Optional Relay 4 is pre-programmed as
an RM_R relay. Note that it is possible to wire the starter such that both the local Start and Stop buttons
work simultaneously with the DeviceNet Run command. Be aware that the DeviceNet command to Start
or Stop only occurs on the transition of the Run command from 0 to 1 (Start) or from 1 to 0 (Stop). A
situation could occur where DeviceNet must toggle the Run command in order for the command to take
affect. For example, if the starter was started by a transition from 0 to 1 of the Run command and was
subsequently stopped by the local stop button; then in order for DeviceNet to start the starter again, it
must toggle the Run command to 0 and back to 1 again. DeviceNet can determine when this situation
occurs by monitoring the Running status (Attribute 7) which always reflects whether or not the starter is
running regardless of the source of the Start or Stop command.
The following diagram provides a graphical description of the States (Attribute 6) and the State
Transitions.
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Non-Existant
Control Power Off
Control
Power On
Fault Detected
Reset Service (0x05)
Not Ready
Faulted
Fault Reset
Fault Detected
MAINS
On
MAINS
Off
Ready
Fault Stop
Complete
Stop Complete
Stopping
Fault Stop
Run
Command
Stop Command
Enabled
Reset Service (0x05)
Fault Detected
MAINS Off
Figure 2 - Control Supervisor State Machine
A Warning (Attribute 11) will be present whenever any fault that has been classified as Warning A,
Warning B, or Warning C is active. Refer to the starter manual for details of faults and fault
classifications. It will also be present when the overload state machine is in the Warning state.
The FaultCode (Attribute 13) reports the code of the last fault that caused the starter to trip. The
DeviceNet specification defines fault codes that are different from the fault codes displayed on the keypad
of the Micro II (as defined in the Micro II manual). The following table defines the fault codes that will be
reported in the FaultCode attribute (referred to as DeviceNet Fault Code) and relates them to the
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Benshaw Fault Code. The DeviceNet Fault Name column lists the Fault Codes’ text labels as they are
defined in the EDS file.
Table 19 – Fault Codes (DeviceNet and Benshaw)
DeviceNet
Fault Code
Benshaw
Fault Code
0
0
No Fault
No fault
20
78
Over Current
Shearpin fault (over current trip)
21
90
Overload Lock
Overload lock
26
23
24
25
26
27
28
Current Imbal
Current imbalance, L1 high
Current imbalance, L2 high
Current imbalance, L3 high
Current imbalance, L1 low
Current imbalance, L2 low
Current imbalance, L3 low
27
71
Ground Fault
Ground fault
29
79
Under Current
Under current trip
41
70
Low Control PWR
Low control voltage
51
20
21
22
Low Voltage
Low voltage, L1
Low voltage, L2
Low voltage, L3
52
17
18
19
High Voltage
High voltage, L1
High voltage, L2
High voltage, L3
54
1
2
15
Phase Reversal
Line sequence set as CBA and ABC detected
Line sequence set as ABC and CBA detected
Line sequence changed while running
55
4
5
Frequency
High frequency trip
Low frequency trip
61
72
DIP SW Set Wrong
Invalid CT burden switch setting
62
29
Memory Fault
Parameter settings have been lost. RAM is new or battery is
dead.
64
98
No MAINS Power
No MAINS power
77
87
Incomplete Seq
Incomplete sequence
103
3
No Phase Order
Phase order could not be detected
106
6
Jog Not Allowed
Jog not allowed
107
7
100% Not Allowed
100% speed not allowed
109
9
Dir Change Fault
Direction change fault
116
16
Bad OP-Code
Bad OP-Code error
130
30
Def Param Loaded
Parameters have been reset to their defaults
146
46
BIST Cancelled
BIST cancelled
149
49
Tach Loss
Tach loss
150
50
Keypad Failure
Keypad failure
151
51
TT Current Limit
Overcurrent during TruTorque ramp
DeviceNet Fault Name
Description
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DeviceNet
Fault Code
Benshaw
Fault Code
152
52
Curr At Stop
Current detected while stopped
153
53
No Cur At Run
No current detected while running
154
54
Open Field
No field excitation present
155
55
BIST Field Failure
BIST failed the field test
156
56
No Phase Order
Phase order could not be detected
163
63
Inch Timer Limit
DC inching timer expired
168
68
Jog Timer Limit
Jog timer expired
169
69
Zero Speed Timer
Zero speed timer expired
173
73
Bypass Fault
Bypass contactor failure
174
74
UTS Timer Limit
Up To Speed (UTS) timer expired
175
75
External Trip
Thermal or external fault
176
76
Disconnect Open
Disconnect open
DeviceNet Fault Name
Description
177
77
Inline Fault
Inline contactor failure
180
80
High Field Curr
High field current
181
81
Field Loss
No DC field current
182
82
Loss of SYNC
Motor not synchronized
183
83
High PF
High power factor
184
84
Low PF
Low power factor
191
91
Unauthorized RUN
Invalid start command
192
92
Shorted SCR L3
Shorted SCR, L3
193
93
Shorted SCR L2
Shorted SCR, L2
194
94
Shorted SCR L1
Shorted SCR, L1
195
95
Shorted SCR L2&3
Shorted SCR, L2 and L3
196
96
Shorted SCR L1&3
Shorted SCR, L1 and L3
197
97
Shorted SCR L1&2
Shorted SCR, L1 and L2
199
99
I. O. C.
I. O. C. The output of the starter is shorted
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3.9
Discrete Output Object
Class Code: 0x09 (two instance)
Table 20 – Discrete Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
3
Name
Value
Access
Data Type
Get/Set
BOOL
Description
0 – Off
1 – On
Table 21 – Discrete Output Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Name
The two instances of the Discrete Output Object operate the two Remote Relays, RM#1 and RM#2.
Instance 1 operates RM#1 and instance 2 operates RM#2.
3.10 Softstart Object
Class Code: 0x2D (one instance)
Table 22 – Softstart Object Instance Attributes
Attribute ID
3
4
Name
At Reference
Start Mode
Access
Data Type
Get
BOOL
0 – Not at reference
1 – Output at end of ramp
USINT
10 – Current ramp
11 – TruTorque ramp
12 – Tach Feedback
13 – Kilowatt Control
Get/Set
Description
5
Stop Mode
Get
USINT
0 – Coast
1 – Decel (ramp down)
2 – Brake
11 – TruTorque decel
6
Ramp Mode
Get
USINT
2 – Dual independent ramps
7
Ramp Time 1
Get/Set
UINT
0 – 120 seconds
Units: 100ms
9
Ramp Time 2
Get/Set
UINT
0 – 120 seconds
Units: 100ms
13
Kick Time 1
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 10 seconds
Units: 100ms
19
DEVICE PROFILE
Attribute ID
Name
Access
Data Type
Description
15
Energy Saver
Get/Set
BOOL
0 – Disabled
1 – Enabled
16
Decel Ramp Time
Get/Set
UINT
0 – 60 seconds
Units: 100ms
100
Number of Starts
Get
UINT
Number of starts since commissioning
101
User Number of Starts
Get/Set
UINT
Number of starts since the counter was last reset to 0. 0 is
the only valid value for setting.
102
Initial Current 1
Get/Set
UINT
50 – 400% of FLA
103
Max Current 1
Get/Set
UINT
100 – 600% of FLA
104
Initial Current 2
Get/Set
UINT
50 – 400% of FLA
105
Max Current 2
Get/Set
UINT
100 – 600% of FLA
106
REV Initial Current 1
Get/Set
UINT
50 – 400% of FLA
107
REV Max Current 1
Get/Set
UINT
100 – 600% of FLA
108
REV Ramp Time 1
Get/Set
UINT
0 – 120 seconds
Units: 100ms
109
REV Initial Current 2
Get/Set
UINT
50 – 400% of FLA
110
REV Max Current 2
Get/Set
UINT
100 – 600% of FLA
111
REV Ramp Time 2
Get/Set
UINT
0 – 120 seconds
Units: 100ms
112
Kick Current 1
Get/Set
UINT
100 – 600% of FLA
113
Kick Current 2
Get/Set
UINT
100 – 600% of FLA
0 – 10 seconds
Units: 100ms
114
Kick Time 2
Get/Set
USINT
115
REV Kick Current 1
Get/Set
UINT
116
REV Kick Time 1
Get/Set
USINT
117
REV Kick Current 2
Get/Set
UINT
118
REV Kick Time 2
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 10 seconds
Units: 100ms
119
Jog Speed FWD
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 7%
1 – 14%
120
Jog Speed REV
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 7%
1 – 14%
121
Jog Current
Get/Set
USINT
25 – 250% of FLA
122
Jog Kick Current
Get/Set
UINT
50 – 400% of FLA
123
Jog Kick Time
Get/Set
USINT
124
Jog Max Time
Get/Set
UINT
125
Coast Time 1
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 90 seconds
Units: 1 second
126
Coast Time 2
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 90 seconds
Units: 1 second
20
100 – 600% of FLA
0 – 10 seconds
Units: 100ms
100 – 600% of FLA
0 – 10 seconds
Units: 100ms
1 – 9000 seconds
Units: 1 second
DEVICE PROFILE
Attribute ID
Name
Access
Data Type
127
Brake Torque 1
Get/Set
USINT
10 – 100%
128
Brake Time 1
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 30 seconds for standard duty
0 – 60 seconds for heavy duty
Units: 1 second
129
Brake Torque 2
Get/Set
USINT
10 – 100%
130
Brake Time 2
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 30 seconds for standard duty
0 – 60 seconds for heavy duty
Units: 1 second
131
Decel Level 1
Get/Set
USINT
10 – 100% voltage
132
Decel Level 2
Get/Set
USINT
1 – 99% voltage
133
Initial TruTorque Value
Get/Set
UINT
1 – 100% torque
134
Max TruTorque Value
Get/Set
UINT
10 – 325% torque
135
TruTorque Ramp Time
Get/Set
UINT
0 – 120 seconds
Units: 100ms
136
TruTorque
Decel Level 1
Get
USINT
100% torque
137
TruTorque
Decel Level 2
Get/Set
USINT
1 – 100% torque
138
TruTorque
Decel Ramp Time
Get/Set
UINT
0 – 100 seconds
Units: 100ms
139
Field Control Mode
Get/Set
USINT
140
Field Setpoint
Get/Set
UINT
Synchronous field control current (DC)
1 – 400
Units: Amps
141
Field Max
Get/Set
UINT
Maximum allowed field current (DC)
1 – 400
Units: Amps
142
PF Setpoint
Get/Set
SINT
-0.99 – 1.00
Units: .01
143
FCX Delay
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 30 seconds
Units: 1 second
144
FS1 Delay
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 20 seconds
Units: 1 second
145
Incomplete Sequence
Timer
Get/Set
USINT
1 – 200 seconds
Units: 1 second
146
Slip Percent
Get/Set
USINT
5 – 100%
147
Pullout Retries
Get/Set
USINT
Number of resynchronization attempts after pulling out before
faulting
0–6
148
Pullout Delay
Get/Set
USINT
1 – 30 seconds
Units: 1 second
149
Phase Order
Get/Set
USINT
0 – Insensitive
1 – ABC
2 – CBA
150
PORT Byp Delay
Get/Set
USINT
0 – 3 seconds
Units: 100ms
21
Description
0 – Current
1 – PF
DEVICE PROFILE
Attribute ID
151
Name
Access
Data Type
Heater Current
Get/Set
USINT
Description
5 – 25% of FLA
DC heating current
Table 23 – Softstart Object Services
Supported
Service
Code
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Name
Refer to the starter manual for details of each of the parameters that are accessed through the
Softstart object.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
4. Troubleshooting
Table 24 – Network Status LED
LED
Off
State
Off-Line
Blinking
Green
On-Line,
Not Connected
Green
On-Line,
Connected
Indicates
Corrective Measures
• The starter is the only node on the network.
• Verify that there is a master node operating
on the network.
• The baud rate is set incorrectly.
• Change the baud rate of the starter to
match that of the master node and reset
the starter.
• The starter is not configured to
communicate over DeviceNet.
• Verify that the COMM Mode parameter in
the Comm settings menu is set to DNet.
• A master node has not taken ownership of
the starter.
• Verify that there is a master node operating
on the network and that it is configured to
communicate with the starter.
• The starter has been successfully allocated
to a master.
• The Poll I/O Connection has Timed-Out.
Blinking
Red
Connection
Time-Out
Red
Critical Link
Failure
• Reset the starter.
• Send a Reset service to the Identity object
of the starter.
• Verify that the master sends polls to the
starter within 4 * EPR as reported by the
starter’s connection object.
• Duplicate MAC ID failure.
• Change the MAC ID of the starter.
• Network power is not being supplied
through the DeviceNet connector.
• Verify that there is at least 11 volts
between the V+ and V- terminals of the
DeviceNet connector (pins 5 and 1).
Table 25 – Module Status LED
LED
State
Indicates
Corrective Measures
Off
No Power
Green
Device
Operational
• The starter is operating normally.
Blinking
Red
Recoverable
Fault
• Battery RAM problem.
• Reset the parameters to their defaults.
Red
Unrecoverable
Fault
• There is a problem with the keypad.
• The starter must be serviced.
• The software on the CPU card is not
running.
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• Verify that the starter has control power.
DATA TYPES
5. Data Types
The following table defines the data types used in this document and lists their corresponding data type
codes used in the Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) file.
Table 26 – DeviceNet Data Types
Data Type
Name
Data Type
Code (hex)
BOOL
C1
Boolean
False (0) and True (1)
SINT
C2
Short Integer (8 bits)
-128 to 127
INT
C3
Integer (16 bits)
-32,768 to 32,767
USINT
C6
Unsigned Short Integer (8 bits)
0 to 255
UINT
C7
Unsigned Integer (16 bits)
0 to 65,535
BYTE
D1
Bit string – 8-bits
WORD
D2
Bit string – 16-bits
SHORT
STRING
DA
Character string (1 byte per character, 1st byte is length
indicator)
Data Type Description
Range
6. Benshaw Services
Benshaw offers its customers the following services:
• Start-up services
• On-site training services
• Technical support
• Detailed documentation
• Replacement parts
Benshaw technical field support personnel are available to assist customers with the initial start-up of the
RediStart Micro II. Information about start-up services and fees are available by contacting Benshaw.
Benshaw technical field support personnel are available to conduct on-site training on RediStart Micro II
operations and troubleshooting.
Benshaw technical support personnel are available (at no charge) to answer customer questions and
provide technical support over the telephone.
Benshaw provides all customers with:
• Operations manual
• Wiring diagram
All drawings are produced in AutoCAD© format. The drawings are available on standard 3.5" diskettes or
via e-mail by contacting Benshaw.
Spare and replacement parts can be purchased from Benshaw.
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