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FACTORY AUTOMATION
MANUAL
AS-Interface Safety at Work
VAZ-SW-SIMON
safety monitor
configuration software
SAFETY AT WORK
Date of issue
With regard to the supply of products, the current issue of the following document is applicable:
The General Terms of Delivery for Products and Services of the Electrical Industry, published by the Central
Association of the "Elektrotechnik und Elektroindustrie (ZVEI) e.V. in their most recent version as well as the
supplementary clause: "Extended reservation of title".
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
General Information.................................................................................................. 5
About the asimon program ......................................................................................... 5
Version information..................................................................................................... 5
Explanation of symbols............................................................................................... 7
Definition of terms....................................................................................................... 8
Abbreviations .............................................................................................................. 9
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2.1
Installation of hardware and software .................................................................. 10
Hardware .................................................................................................................. 10
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
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3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.4
Software ................................................................................................................... 11
System requirements.................................................................................................... 11
Installation .................................................................................................................... 11
First steps................................................................................................................ 12
Launching the program............................................................................................. 12
Description of the user interface ............................................................................... 22
The menu bar ............................................................................................................... 22
The toolbar ................................................................................................................... 23
The status/info bar........................................................................................................ 23
The window areas ........................................................................................................ 24
Program settings....................................................................................................... 28
Setting the program language ...................................................................................... 28
Selecting the serial interface ........................................................................................ 28
Configuring the AS-Interface safety monitor ....................................................... 30
Function of the AS-interface safety monitor.............................................................. 30
General procedure.................................................................................................... 32
Creating and changing a configuration ..................................................................... 33
Monitoring devices........................................................................................................ 36
Logic devices................................................................................................................ 63
External device monitoring devices .............................................................................. 75
Start devices................................................................................................................. 84
Output devices.............................................................................................................. 91
System devices .......................................................................................................... 104
Activating and deactivating devices............................................................................ 106
Saving / loading a configuration.............................................................................. 109
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4.1
4.2
4.3
Prerequisites................................................................................................................. 10
Connection between the AS-interface safety monitor and the PC ............................... 10
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
Commissioning the AS-interface safety monitor ...............................................110
Procedure................................................................................................................110
Reading in a configuration from the AS-interface safety monitor ............................113
Transferring a configuration to the AS-interface safety monitor ..............................113
Teach safe configuration .........................................................................................114
Validating the configuration .....................................................................................117
Starting the AS-interface safety monitor..................................................................120
Stopping the AS-interface safety monitor ................................................................120
Configuration documentation ..................................................................................121
Entering and changing the password ......................................................................128
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6.1
6.2
6.3
Diagnostics and error handling ...........................................................................130
Diagnostics ..............................................................................................................130
Troubleshooting and error rectification ....................................................................133
Known problems......................................................................................................133
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7.1
7.2
7.3
Diagnostics via AS-interface................................................................................134
General procedure ..................................................................................................134
Assignment of the AS-interface diagnosis indices ..................................................135
Telegrams ...............................................................................................................139
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
Example: Querying with diagnosis sorted according to OSSD ...............................146
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Diagnosis of AS-interface safety monitor ....................................................................139
Diagnosis of devices, sorted according to OSSD .......................................................142
Diagnosis of devices, unsorted ...................................................................................144
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General Information
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General Information
1.1
About the asimon program
The software described here is intended for the configuration and commissioning of the AS-interface safety monitor with the use of a PC.
By means of an easy-to-use user interface, the AS-interface safety monitor can be configured in
combination with safe AS-interface slaves, such as emergency shutdown switches, safety gate
switches, protective photoelectric sensors etc., within an AS-interface bus system to provide
safeguarding of the danger areas present at power-driven machinery.
The commissioning and documentation of your safe application are also supported by asimon.
Notice!
A brief introduction to secure AS-interface transmission can be found in the operating
manual of the AS-interface safety monitor.
This version of the asimon configuration software has been developed for use under the Microsoft® Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP® operating systems.
1.2
Version information
The AS-interface safety monitor and the corresponding asimon configuration software have
been further developed and their functionality expanded since their production start in the year
2001.
This handbook describes software version 2.1. Listed below is an overview of the new features
with respect to software version 1.
New features in software version 2
In addition to the old device types, VAS-1A-K12-U (type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2) of
version 1, the device types of version 2 support VAS-1A-K12-U (type 1), VAS-2A-K12-U
(type 2), VAS-1A-K12 (type 3) and VAS-2A-K12 (type 4) of the AS-interface safety monitor:
Function range
Table 1.1:
"Enhanced"
1
VAS-1A-K12-U
VAS-1A-K12
2
VAS-2A-K12-U
VAS-2A-K12
Features of device versions
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Number of output circuits
"Basic"
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The "Basic" and "Enhanced" function ranges differ as follows:
"Basic"
"Enhanced"
Number of functional devices at logic level
32
48
OR gates (inputs)
2
6
AND gates (inputs)
no
6
Safe time function, switch-on and switch-off delay
no
yes
Function "button"
no
yes
Safety guard/module with debouncing
no
yes
Safety guard with lock
no
yes
Deactivation of functional devices
yes
yes
Reset of error condition
yes
yes
Diagnosis stop
yes
yes
Support of A/B technology for non-safe slaves
yes
yes
New functional devices (flip-flop, pulse on pos. edge, etc.)
no
yes
Dummy device (NOP)
no
yes
Table 1.2:
"Basic" and "Enhanced" function ranges
New features in software version 2.1
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Attention!
The new functions of software version 2.1 can only be used in combination with ASinterface safety monitors of version 2.12 and higher.
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• New monitoring device zero sequence detection
• Expansion of the output device door lock by means of delay time:
now optionally available with stop category 1 for the first OSSD
• Expansion of the output device door lock by means of zero-speed relay and delay time:
now optionally available with stop category 1 for the first OSSD
• New start device activation via standard slave (level-sensitive)
• New start device activation via monitor input (level-sensitive)
• New monitoring device operational switching by means of monitor input
• Expansion of monitoring device double channel dependent with debouncing for local
acknowledgement and startup test
• Expansion of monitoring device double channel independent for local acknowledgement
and startup test
• Incremental teaching of the code sequences
• Device index assignment
• Display of inverted icon when standard slave is inverted
• Number of simulated slaves can be selected
• Signalling of relay outputs and message outputs via the AS-interface
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Compatibility
With version 2.1 of the asimon configuration software, old configurations from version 1 and
version 2 can be opened, edited and saved.
Notice!
asimon configuration files have the extension *.ASI (AS-interface safety monitor,
version 1) or *.AS2 (AS-interface safety monitor, version 2).
1.3
Explanation of symbols
The symbols used in this manual are explained below.
Attention!
Pay attention to passages marked with this symbol. Failure to observe the provided
instructions could lead to personal injury or damage to equipment.
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Notice!
This symbol indicates text which contains important information.
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1.4
Definition of terms
Output switching element (safety output) of the AS-interface safety monitor
Element activated by the logic of the monitor which is able to safely switch off the
downstream control elements. The output switching element may switch to or remain
in the ON state only when all components are functioning as intended.
Output circuit
Consists of the two logically connected output switching elements.
OSSD
The safe AS-interface components and functional devices assigned to an output circuit of the AS-interface safety monitor. They are responsible for releasing the machine
element which generates the hazardous movement.
Integrated slave
Component with which sensor and/or actuator functions are grouped together with
the slave into a unit.
Configuration operation
Operating state of the safety monitor in which the configuration is loaded and
checked.
Master
Component for data transmission which controls the logical and temporal behaviour
on the AS-interface line.
Protective operation
Operating state of the safety monitor in which the sensors are monitored and the output switching elements are switched.
Safety output
See output switching element.
Slave which reads in the safe ON or OFF state of the connected sensor or command
device and transmits it to the master or safety monitor.
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Safe input slave
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Slave for connecting safe sensors, actuators and other devices.
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Safe slave
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Safety monitor
Component which monitors the safe slaves and the correct function of the network.
Slave
Component for data transmission; the master cyclically addresses this component by
its address. Only then does it generate an answer.
Standard slave
Slave for connecting non-safe sensors, actuators and other devices.
Synchronisation time
The maximum permissible temporal offset between the occurrence of two events
which are dependent on one another.
ON state
Switched on, logical "1", TRUE.
This state means that the device has agreed to validate the circuit, i.e. to activate the
safe switching outputs. Depending on the device type, various conditions must first be
met.
OFF state
Switched off, logical "0", FALSE.
This state means that the device has not agreed to validate the circuit, i.e. it results in
the switching off of the safe switching outputs.
1.5
Abbreviations
Actuator Sensor Interface
AOPD
Active Optoelectronic Protective Device
EDM
External Device Monitoring
PLC
Programmable Logic Control
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Installation of hardware and software
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Installation of hardware and software
2.1
Hardware
2.1.1 Prerequisites
To configure the AS-interface safety monitor via a PC, you will need:
• an AS-interface safety monitor VAS-1A-K12-U (type 1), VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2), VAS-1AK12 (type 3) or VAS-2A-K12 (type 4)
• the interface cable for connecting the PC and AS-interface safety monitor
• a PC or a laptop with the following minimum requirements:
• an Intel® processor at Pentium® level
(or compatible models, e.g. AMD® or Cyrix®)
• a CD-ROM drive for installation
• a mouse (recommended)
• a free RS 232 (serial) interface with 9-pin Sub-D connection
2.1.2 Connection between the AS-interface safety monitor and the PC
Notice!
The connection of the AS-interface safety monitor to the PC is described here only
briefly. Detailed information can be found in the operating manual for the AS-interface
safety monitor.
To configure the AS-interface safety monitor with asimon, you must connect your PC and the
AS-interface safety monitor using the serial interface cable (available as accessory).
Attention!
Use only the interface cable which is available as an accessory. The use of a different
cable may lead to data loss or damage to the connected AS-interface safety monitor!
To connect, plug the interface cable end with the RJ45 connector into the 'CONFIG' socket on
the front of the AS-interface safety monitor and the other end with the 9-pin Sub-D socket connector to a free COM port (serial RS232 interface) on your PC.
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Remedy:
• When starting the PC, unplug the connection cable between the PC and the safety
monitor.
• Change the start behaviour of the PC (see user documentation for the PC or that of
the operating system manufacturer).
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Notice!
If the connection between the AS-interface safety monitor and the PC is already established when the PC is started, the mouse cursor may move erratically about the
screen.
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The connection can be made directly either to a serial interface or to a USB adapter.
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2.2
Software
2.2.1 System requirements
The following system requirements are necessary for the AS-interface safety monitor configuration software:
•
•
•
at least 32 MB free main memory (RAM)
at least 32 MB free hard disk memory
Microsoft® Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP® as operating system
2.2.2 Installation
To install the configuration software, you need the installation CD-ROM.
Upon execution of the setup program setup.exe on the installation CD-ROM, a self-explanatory installation routine is started. After the installation, the program is ready to be started.
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With an update installation, the setup program checks whether asimon version 2 is already installed on the PC. If a previous installation is detected, the setup program offers the option of
replacing the existing installation with version 2.1 or, as an alternative, creating a second subfolder.
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First steps
Notice!
Connect the interface cable to the PC and the safety monitor as described in
chapter 2.1.2. Switch on the power supply for the safety monitor before starting the
configuration software. Data transmission is otherwise not possible.
However, even if the safety monitor is not connected to the PC, you may still define
device configurations and save them on your PC or edit a previously stored configuration.
3.1
Launching the program
To start the configuration software for the AS-interface safety monitor, select from the Start
menu the asimon item, which is located in the program folder you specified during installation.
After the program has started, the window with the asimon configuration software user interface
appears on the screen. When the program is started, the Start Assistant is called up to guide
you through the first steps following program startup.
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3
Start Assistant window
Menu bar
Toolbar
Status/Info bar
Figure 3.1:
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User interface of the asimon configuration software after starting the software
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Start Assistant
Notice!
In order to query the diagnostic information, the connected AS-interface safety monitor
must be in protective operation.
If a connection to the AS-interface safety monitor cannot be established on program
startup (no AS-interface safety monitor connected, connected to wrong interface etc.)
or if the connected AS-interface safety monitor is in configuration operation, the Diagnostics option is deactivated.
In this case, it is only possible to create a new configuration, load and edit a configuration which has been stored on a data carrier or to search for errors (see chapter 6.2
"Troubleshooting and error rectification").
Option Diagnostics
When you select the Diagnostics option, first a window opens with the following query. By clicking Neutral, the diagnostic information of the connected AS-interface safety monitor is queried,
even if no configuration is loaded in asimon.
Notice!
Querying the diagnostic information of an unknown configuration can take several minutes, as the configuration of the connected AS-interface safety monitor must be reconstructed in asimon. In this way you can load an unknown configuration without
needing to exit protective operation.
Figure 3.2:
Query with the Diagnostics option
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Next, the Diagnostics window opens (see chapter 6.1 "Diagnostics").
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Option New configuration
With the New configuration option, you can create a completely new configuration for the ASinterface safety monitor. First, you must enter the base data for the new configuration in the Information about monitor and bus window. This window is displayed automatically.
Notice!
The Information about monitor and bus window can be called up at any time. To do
this, on the Edit menu, select the Information about monitor and bus… menu command or click the
button.
Notice!
If a valid configuration has been loaded to or from an AS-interface safety monitor, the
time at which the current configuration in the program was transmitted to the AS-interface safety monitor is shown in the Download time window area.
On the Information about monitor tab, you must enter a title for the configuration, select the
operating mode and specify the function range "Basic" or "Enhanced" of the AS-interface safety monitor.
Information about monitor and bus window, Information about monitor tab
Configuration title
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Figure 3.3:
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In this field, enter a title for the new configuration. The title may contain up to 63 characters.
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Operating mode
You can select from three operating modes:
• one OSSD
for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U
(type 1) or VAS-1A-K12 (type 3) with 1 OSSD
(1 redundant safe relay output)
for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-2A-K12-U
(type 2) or VAS-2A-K12 (type 4) with 2 independently functioning OSSDs (2 redundant safe
relay outputs)
Select this operating mode when you would like
to configure two completely independent shutdown modes.
for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-2A-K12-U
(type 2) or VAS-2A-K12 (type 4) with 2 OSSDs
(2 redundant safe relay outputs) in which the
second OSSD is dependent on the first (see
chapter 4.3.5 "Output devices").
Special switch-off functions are available in this
operating mode.
• two independent OSSDs
• two dependent OSSDs
Notice!
Prior to a subsequent change of operating mode, determine whether this operating
mode is compatible with the AS-interface safety monitor type which you are using (see
table 3.1).
Function range
Here, enter the function range of the AS-interface safety monitor which is to be configured. The
following table shows how the four device types of the AS-interface safety monitor differ from
one another:
Function range
Number of output circuits
"Enhanced"
1
VAS-1A-K12-U
VAS-1A-K12
2
VAS-2A-K12-U
VAS-2A-K12
Features of device versions
When you would like to create or edit a configuration for an AS-interface safety monitor
VAS-1A-K12-U or VAS-2A-K12-U, you must click the checkbox For monitor version < 2.0.
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Table 3.1:
"Basic"
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On the Information about bus tab, you must enter the AS-interface bus addresses of the used
standard slave and the safety-oriented AS-interface slaves which are present in this AS-interface network.
Figure 3.4:
Information about monitor and bus window, Information about bus tab
Attention!
If you would like to operate two or more AS-interface safety monitors on the same ASinterface bus, you must enter for all AS-interface safety monitors all safe slaves on this
AS-interface bus in the Information about bus tab even when they are not monitored
by the given AS-interface safety monitor.
With the Find button, you can also search the AS-interface bus for slaves when the AS-interface
safety monitor is in configuration operation.
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If you clicked the Simulate slaves checkbox on the Diagnosis / Service tab, two or four bus
addresses are automatically assigned for the simulated slaves and the corresponding checkbox
deactivated. In order to be able to activate Simulate slaves, the one or three addresses which
follow the monitor address must be free.
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Notice!
The AS-interface slaves found when searching the AS-interface bus are first all listed
in the Information about bus tab as standard. You must then manually assign each
as safe/standard!
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On the Diagnosis / Service tab, you can make global adjustments for Diagnosis stop and for
Reset of error condition as well as configure the diagnostics via the AS-interface bus.
Figure 3.5:
Information about monitor and bus window, Diagnosis / Service tab
Global adjustments, Diagnosis stop sub-tab
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Figure 3.6:
Diagnosis stop sub-tab of the Diagnosis / Service tab
The Diagnosis stop function is activated by clicking the Activate: checkbox. This function is
used when a stop condition is fulfilled (specified AS-interface standard/A/B slave is in the ON
state) to keep the devices in a ready state (diagnostics LED yellow, waiting for confirmation).
This does not occur with activated local acknowledgement. The diagnosis stop is level-sensitive
and is deactivated if the specified standard/A/B slave has no bus communication.
This function is very useful, for example, for detecting during very brief switch-off actions which
device, and, thus, which safe input slave caused the switch-off.
Notice!
For additional information on calling up diagnostic information see chapter 6 "Diagnostics and error handling" and chapter 7 "Diagnostics via AS-interface".
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Global adjustments, Reset of error condition sub-tab
Figure 3.7:
Reset of error condition sub-tab of the Diagnosis / Service tab
By selecting the Activate: checkbox, the global reset of error conditions via one of the standard/
A/B slaves connected to the AS-interface bus is activated.
If a device detects an error, the AS-interface safety monitor enters the error state. The error state
is locked (error lock). With versions of the AS-interface safety monitor before 2.0, the error state
can be rectified only by resetting the AS-interface communication or by resetting the AS-interface safety monitor by switching off and then switching back on the AS-interface safety monitor
or by pressing the Service button on the AS-interface safety monitor.
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As of version 2.0 of the AS-interface safety monitor, it is possible to differentiate the reset of error
conditions (Reset). Reset of error condition can be activated by an AS-interface standard/A/B
slave, e.g. a button, and acts only on a device level. Thus, the complete safety monitor is not
reset, but rather only the device locked in the error. For a safety monitor with two independent
OSSDs, therefore, only that OSSD is reset in which the device locked in the error is configured.
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AS-interface diagnosis
Monitor base address
You can assign an AS-interface bus address for the AS-interface safety monitor. In this case, it
is possible to query diagnostic information about the AS-interface bus from your AS-interface
master (e.g. the PLC). If you do not assign an AS-interface bus address, the AS-interface safety
monitor functions strictly as a "listener", i.e. only as a monitor on the bus. It is not possible to
communicate with the safety monitor via AS-interface in this case.
For assigned monitor base addresses, you can set under Data selection whether the diagnostic
data are to be output via AS-interface sorted by OSSD or are to be left unsorted (all devices)
(see chapter 7).
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Notice!
When performing diagnostics via the AS-i, the PLC is informed of the index of the devices which are switched off. Previously, if a device was added to or deleted from the
configuration, all subsequent indices were shifted. As a result, it was necessary for the
user to modify the diagnostics program in the PLC.
In the Edit menu of asimon version 2.1, you can now use the Device index assignment menu item to freely assign the diagnosis indices to the devices for AS-interface
diagnostics (see chapter 7.2 "Assignment of the AS-interface diagnosis indices").
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Simulate slaves
If less than four safe or unsafe AS-interface slaves are connected to the AS-interface bus, you
must set Simulate slaves unequal to zero in order for the AS-interface safety monitor to function
correctly.
The number of simulated slaves can be 1 (for large AS-interface networks) or 3 (for small ASinterface networks).
Notice!
If Simulate slaves is set unequal to zero, either 1 or 3 additional AS-interface slaves
are simulated internally. These slaves are automatically assigned the first or first three
bus address(es), respectively, which follow on the AS-interface safety monitor.
If the Simulate slaves function is activated (number of simulated slaves: 1 or 3), the state of the
relay- and message outputs can be queried by the AS-interface master (PLC) via the AS-interface at monitor base address+1, data bits D3 … D0. Bit state 0 identifies an inactive output, bit
state 1 an active output, corresponding to the substitute value in the process image of the ASinterface master.
Data bit
D0
D1
D2
D3
Content
State of relay output 1
State of message output 1
State of relay output 2
State of message output 2
According to this, the AS-interface safety monitor occupies a different number of bus addresses
in the AS-interface network:
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2
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No bus address was assigned to the AS-interface safety monitor. No
communication and, thus, no diagnostics possible via AS-interface with
the safety monitor.
One bus address was assigned to the AS-interface safety monitor. Diagnostics possible via AS-interface with the safety monitor. Number of simulated slaves equal to 0.
One bus address was assigned to the AS-interface safety monitor. Diagnostics possible via AS-interface with the safety monitor. Number of simulated slaves equal to 1. State of relay- and message outputs can be
accessed via AS-interface at monitor base address+1 (monitor version
2.12 and higher).
One bus address was assigned to the AS-interface safety monitor. Diagnostics possible via AS-interface with the safety monitor. Number of simulated slaves equal to 3. State of relay- and message outputs can be
accessed via AS-interface at monitor base address+1 (monitor version
2.12 and higher).
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Option Open configuration
With the Open configuration option, you can open an existing configuration file (*.asi) which was
previously stored on a data carrier for purposes of editing or transmitting to an AS-interface safety
monitor.
Figure 3.8:
Opening a stored configuration file
Notice!
asimon configuration files have the extension *.ASI (AS-interface safety monitor,
version 1) or *.AS2 (AS-interface safety monitor, version 2).
Option Load configuration from AS-interface safety monitor
Notice!
If a connection to the AS-interface safety monitor cannot be established on program
startup (no AS-interface safety monitor connected, connected to wrong interface etc.)
or if the connected AS-interface safety monitor is in protective operation, the Load
configuration from AS-interface safety monitor option is deactivated.
In this case, it is only possible to create a new configuration, load and edit a configuration which has been stored on a data carrier or to search for errors (see chapter 6.2
"Troubleshooting and error rectification").
Checkbox Show dialog on start-up
When this checkbox is activated, the Start Assistant is called up each time the asimon program
is started. If you do not wish to use this program feature, simply deactivate this checkbox and
the Start Assistant will no longer automatically be opened on program startup.
On the Extras menu under Use Start Assistant, you can reactivate or deactivate the automatic
call of the Start Assistant on program startup at any time.
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When you select the Load configuration from AS-interface safety monitor option, the configuration of the connected AS-interface safety monitor is queried and displayed in the main program window.
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3.2
Description of the user interface
3.2.1 The menu bar
Menu overview
Main menu bar
File menu
Edit menu
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Monitor menu
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Notice!
Depending on the program state, particularly when no connection to an AS-interface
safety monitor exists, not all menu commands are available.
3.2.2 The toolbar
As in other Windows® programs, you can use the buttons located in the toolbar to directly execute important functions without accessing the menu.
Menu command
Help –> About…
Help –> Help topics…
Redo
Undo
Device index assignment
Display options…
Check configuration
Information about monitor and bus
File –> Printer setup…
File –> Print
File –> Save as…
File –> Save
File –> Open…
File –> New
Figure 3.10: Toolbar
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3.2.3 The status/info bar
The status/info bar provides valuable information regarding program operation and alerts you of
problems and errors during program execution.
Left side:
Help information
Centre:
Monitor version
Right side:
Status and error information
(in configuration operation)
Figure 3.11: Status/info bar
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3.2.4 The window areas
The configuration of an AS-interface safety monitor with the asimon software is performed
graphically and interactively. Using a library of icons representing devices (left window), you can
select the safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored as well as other functional devices
and assemble a configuration with them.
Window area
icon library
Window area
Preprocessing
Window area
1st OSSD
Window area
2nd OSSD
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Figure 3.12: Window areas
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Preprocessing window area
The Preprocessing window area differs from the OSSDs only in that the individual, functional
devices configured here are not linked by a global AND-gate, but rather the output of each logic
operation can be processed further separately.
Notice!
Insert the monitoring devices which you would like to link to one another via a logic device in the Preprocessing window area. Then insert the desired logic device in the
OSSD. Finally, insert the devices which are to be linked as a copy from Preprocessing
into the logic device in the OSSD.
You can link monitoring devices from the other OSSD by inserting them directly into
the logic device. The index of this monitoring device must, however, be less than the
index of the logic device. Thus, the monitoring device must be processed before the
logic operation.
For AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U (type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2)
with "Basic" function range, the only possible logic device available for the linking of
two monitoring or system devices is the logic OR function.
In preprocessing, you can also insert logic devices and there link system devices to one another.
1st OSSD and 2nd OSSD window areas
In the 1st OSSD and 2nd OSSD window areas, the monitoring devices (safe AS-interface
slaves), start devices, EDM devices and output devices can be grouped to the desired configuration and globally linked to one another by the logic AND function.
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In addition, components from Preprocessing and system devices can be linked to one another
by logic devices for the creation of more complex functions.
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Operation
To paste devices from the icon library into the other window areas, as well as to edit, delete,
move and copy devices between the window areas, various options are available depending on
your personal preference:
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• With the keyboard:
• with the <Tab> key: change window areas.
• with the arrow keys: select circuit, device or position.
• execute actions using the following keyboard commands:
<Ctrl> + <D>
= Activate/Deactivate
<Ctrl> + <I>
= Invert
<Delete>
= Delete
<Ctrl> + <C>
= Select
<Ctrl> + <V>
= Paste
<Shift> + <Ctrl> + <V>
= Move
<Ctrl> + <A>
= Assign
<Ctrl> + <R>
= Replace
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• With the mouse:
• by drag&drop:
click device with the left mouse button, keep mouse button pressed, and move the
device. Simultaneously press the <Shift> or <Ctrl> key for additional options:
• If devices are pulled from the selection list with the mouse into Preprocessing or an
OSSD, the device is automatically inserted. If the <Ctrl> key is pressed before the
mouse button is released, the selected device replaces the device previously
present at this position.
• If devices are moved with the mouse from OSSD 1 to OSSD 2 or vice versa, the
devices are, by default, copied. If the <Shift> key is also pressed, the device is
moved.
• If devices are moved downward with the mouse within Preprocessing or the
OSSDs, the devices are, by default, moved. If the <Ctrl> key is also pressed, the
device can be assigned to a logic device.
• using the right mouse button:
click device with right mouse button and select action from the pop-up menu. If necessary, change to another window area, click the right mouse button again and select
action.
• using menu commands:
click device with the left mouse button, on the Edit menu select one of the commands
Deactivate, Invert, Delete, Select, Paste, Move, Assign or Replace. If necessary,
change to another window area, click OSSD, Preprocessing, device or position and
again click a command on the Edit menu.
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Display options…
You can set with which informational content the devices are to be displayed in the Preprocessing and the OSSD window areas. To do this, on the Extras menu, select the Display options…
menu command or click the
button.
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Figure 3.13: Display options
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3.3
Program settings
3.3.1 Setting the program language
The user interface of the asimon configuration software supports the following languages:
• German
• English
• French
• Spanish
• Italian
• Japanese
To change the language of the user interface, select on the Extras menu under the Language
menu item the desired language. The program does not need to be restarted after changing the
language.
Figure 3.14: Setting the program language
Notice!
The Japanese characters can be displayed only if the operating system supports such
characters.
3.3.2 Selecting the serial interface
When starting the program, asimon asks if and at which PC serial interface (COM-port) an
AS-interface safety monitor is connected. If the connection between the PC and safety monitor
is established only after the asimon software has been started, you must manually select the
correct COM port in the program. Otherwise, no connection can be established to the AS-interface safety monitor.
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The transmission parameters for serial communication with the AS-interface safety monitor are
automatically set by asimon.
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Figure 3.15: Selecting the serial interface
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4
Configuring the AS-Interface safety monitor
The AS-interface safety monitor is a universally usable protective device and can, therefore, be
configured for a very wide range of applications.
4.1
Function of the AS-interface safety monitor
The functional task of the AS-interface safety monitor is to continuously specify the state(s) of
the OSSD(s) in accordance with the configuration specified by the user based on the states of
the configured devices and to activate or deactivate the assigned safe switching outputs.
During configuration, the asimon software automatically organises the devices into the following
order:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Monitoring and logic devices in any order
External device monitoring (EDM) devices (contactor monitoring)
Start devices
Output device
In protective operation, the devices are likewise cyclically analysed in this order.
Each device can take on two states:
ON state (switched on, logical "1")
This state means that the device has agreed to validate the circuit, i.e. to activate the safe
switching outputs. Depending on the device type, various conditions must first be met.
OFF state (switched off, logical "0")
This state means that the device has not agreed to validate the circuit, i.e. it results in the switching off of the safe switching outputs.
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In the second step, the start devices which determine the startup behaviour of the OSSD are
evaluated. A start device enters the ON state when the result of the AND function from the first
step of the evaluation is equal to ON and when the respective start condition is fulfilled. With regard to the start condition, the start devices have a lock. The start condition must therefore only
be fulfilled once. A start device is reset (OFF state) when the result of the AND function from the
first step of the evaluation returns the OFF state. The states of the start devices used are linked
to one another with an OR function, i.e. only one of the start devices needs to be in the ON state
in order for the internal validation of the circuit to occur.
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In the first step of the evaluation, the states of all monitoring, logic and EDM devices are linked
to one another by means of a logic AND function, i.e. only when all configured monitoring, logic
and EDM devices have the ON state is the result of the AND function equal to ON. In principle,
the device states are evaluated in the same way as in an electrical safety circuit in which all safety switch elements are connected in series and validation is possible only when all contacts are
closed.
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Safe input
&
AND function
Index 32
Safe input
Index 33
Safe input
Monitoring devices
Index 34
AND
Logic devices
EDM devices
>
=1
OR
Index 35
Safe input
Index 36
External device
monitoring circuit
Index 37
>
=1
OR function
Index 38
Start devices
OR
Index 39
Output device
Figure 4.1:
Order of events during the evaluation of the configured devices
In the third step, the output device is then analysed. If the circuit has been internally validated
(result of the OR function from the second step of the evaluation is equal to ON), the output device switches the message and safe switching outputs of the OSSD in accordance with its functional characteristics and time behaviour, i.e. the relays trip and the switching contacts close.
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Index 40
Safe
switching
output
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4.2
General procedure
The procedure is identical for all device variants of the AS-interface safety monitor (1 or 2
OSSDs, "Basic" or "Enhanced" function range).
Step 1 - Information about monitor and bus
In order to create a new configuration, you must first make the required entries in the Information about monitor and bus window for the AS-interface safety monitor and the slaves which
are to be monitored (see "Start Assistant" on page 13):
• Assign the configuration title
• Specify operating mode of the AS-interface safety monitor
• One OSSD
• Two independent OSSDs
• Two dependent OSSDs
• Specify function range of the AS-interface safety monitor
• "Basic" or "Enhanced" function range
• Monitor Version 2.0 or < 2.0
• Enter the AS-interface bus addresses of the safe and unsafe AS-interface slaves which are
to be monitored
• If necessary, activate diagnosis stop via Standard slave
• If necessary, activate reset of error condition via Standard slave
• Activate diagnostics via AS-interface
• Enter the AS-interface bus address of the AS-interface safety monitor
• Selection of the diagnostic data: sorted by OSSD or by all devices
• If necessary, activate the option 1 or 3 Simulate slaves
Step 2 - Create configuration
You can now assemble a new configuration with the required devices from the icon library.
see "Creating and changing a configuration" on page 33. In addition, in asimon version 2.1, you
can freely assign the devices diagnosis indices for the AS-interface diagnostics.
see "Assignment of the AS-interface diagnosis indices" on page 135.
Step 3 - Commissioning
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4.3
Creating and changing a configuration
A valid configuration for the AS-interface safety monitor must consist of the following devices for
each independent OSSD:
• at least 1 monitoring device
• at least 1 start device (with two dependent output groups, only for OSSD 1)
• exactly 1 output device (with two dependent output groups, only for OSSD 1)
The maximum number of devices is dependent on the function range of the AS-interface safety
monitor type:
• function range "Basic":
• function range "Enhanced":
maximum 32 devices (device index 32 … 63).
maximum 48 devices (device index 32 … 79).
Procedure
Select a device from the icon library in the left window area and insert it into the window area of
the desired OSSD (see "Operation" on page 26).
Notice!
Detailed information about which devices can be used with which configurations can
be found in the description of the individual devices.
When you insert the device into the desired OSSD, the input mask for the device first opens.
Here, you can make all required entries for this device.
This includes information such as:
•
•
•
•
designation (name) of the device within your application, e.g. "Lock gate1"
AS-interface bus address
additional device options which can be activated
monitoring and delay times
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After confirming your entries with the OK button, the device appears in the window of the respective OSSD.
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Example:
Names of the devices
Device designations in quotation marks
AS-interface addresses of the assigned slaves
Index of the devices
Icons of the devices
Figure 4.2:
Graphic depiction of the devices
In addition to icon, designation and name, the respective device index for each device is specified. The index, which is automatically assigned by asimon for each configured device, uniquely
identifies each device, regardless of whether it has been configured for the first or second
OSSD.
The index begins with 32 and increases incrementally by 1. Within the configuration log, each
configured device can be uniquely identified using the index.
Notice!
The display of the devices can be modified.
To do this, on the Extras menu select the Display options… menu command or click
the
button (see chapter 3.2.4).
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In the Edit menu of asimon version 2.1, you can now use the Device index assignment menu item to freely assign diagnosis indices to the devices for AS-interface diagnostics (see see chapter 7). When making the assignments, you can specify
whether the diagnosis index range is 0 … 47 or analogous to the device indices
32 … 79.
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Notice!
When performing diagnostics via the AS-i, the PLC is informed of the indices of the
devices which are switched off. Previously, if a device was added to or deleted from
the configuration, all subsequent indices were shifted. As a result, it was necessary for
the user to modify the diagnostics program in the PLC.
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asimon automatically places all of the devices in a configuration into the following order:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Monitoring and logic devices in any order
External device monitoring (EDM) devices (contactor monitoring)
Start devices
Output device
Upon insertion of a new device, all indices are correspondingly rearranged.
Notice!
A monitoring or logic device configured in the 1st OSSD can also be used in the 2nd
OSSD and vice versa.
If a device is only configured in one OSSD, the index position in the other OSSD remains unoccupied.
Example:
Index 32
Index 33
Index 34
:
:
:
:
Index 39
unoccupied index positions in each
of the OSSDs
Figure 4.3:
Structure of a configuration
To delete a device from the configuration, mark it with the mouse and then select the Delete
command from the Edit menu or the pop-up menu (right mouse button) or simply press the <Delete> key.
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To edit a device, double-click its icon to reopen its input mask. Here, you can edit all device parameters. Alternatively, you can use the Device parameters … command in the Edit menu or
the Edit … command in the pop-up menu.
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4.3.1 Monitoring devices
The monitoring devices constitute the actual safe switching components of the OSSD(s) in the
configuration.
With the monitoring devices, a distinction is made between:
Double channel, forced components
Upon actuation of an emergency-off switch with its two redundant contacts, the two contacts open
simultaneously. As a result of this construction, both contacts are always either open or closed.
If one of the two contacts closes or opens either too early or too late, an error results after a tolerated transition time has passed.
The functional device for double channel, forced components can, thus, be used for applications
such as
•
•
•
emergency shutdown switches
active optoelectronic protective device
zero-speed relays
Here, both the direct connection of an integrated AS-interface slave as well as the connection of
a conventional device via a safe coupling module are possible. Local acknowledgement and/or
the startup test are available as options.
Double channel, dependent components
The monitoring to determine whether a safety guard is open or closed is performed by two protective switches. If this safety guard is opened or closed, the protective switches are not actuated
simultaneously. In the double channel dependent functional device, a synchronisation time can,
therefore, be specified. Both switches must close within this synchronisation time. If the synchronisation time is exceeded, the start-test state results.
The safety monitor also monitors the switches to ensure that one of the two end positions "both
switches open" or "both switches closed" is always achieved.
The functional device for double channel, dependent components can, thus, be used for applications such as
safety guards with two protective switches
two-handed operations
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Here, both the direct connection of an integrated AS-interface slave as well as the connection of
a conventional device via a safe coupling module are possible. Local acknowledgement and/or
the startup test are available as options.
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Double channel, dependent components with debouncing
Notice!
These components are only available for the types of the AS-interface safety monitor
with enhanced function range (VAS-1A-K12 (type 3) and VAS-2A-K12 (type 4)).
The monitoring to determine whether a safety guard is open or closed is performed by two protective switches. If this safety guard is opened or closed, the protective switches are not actuated
simultaneously. Moreover, the switches bounce, for example when the guard is closed too fast.
In the double channel dependent functional device with debouncing, it is, therefore, also possible to specify a bounce time in addition to the synchronisation time. The bounce time begins
when both contacts close the first time. Within the specified bounce time, the switches can
change their state freely. After the bounce time has passed, both contacts are again queried. If
they are then closed and if the synchronisation time has not yet passed, the validation is performed. The selected synchronisation time must be greater than the bounce time. If the synchronisation time is exceeded, the start-test state results.
The safety monitor also monitors the switches to ensure that one of the two end positions "both
switches open" or "both switches closed" is always achieved.
The functional device for double channel, dependent components with debouncing can, thus, be
used for applications such as
•
slow-action switch
•
switches with high bounce times
Here, both the direct connection of an integrated AS-interface slave as well as the connection of
a conventional device via a safe coupling module are possible. Local acknowledgement and/or
the startup test are available as options.
Double channel, conditionally dependent components
Notice!
These components are only available for the types of the AS-interface safety monitor
with enhanced function range (VAS-1A-K12 (type 3) and VAS-2A-K12 (type 4)).
The monitoring to determine whether a safety guard is open or closed is performed by a protective switch with lock. One contact is switched by the protective switch, the second by the lock
monitor. If the lock is opened, the guard can also be opened. This sequence of events is monitored. It is an error if the protective switch opens first.
The functional device for double channel, conditionally dependent components can, thus, be
used for applications such as
•
door switch with lock
Here, both the direct connection of an integrated AS-interface slave as well as the connection of
a conventional device via a safe coupling module are possible.
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Which contact is dependent on which can be freely selected in the double channel conditionally
dependent functional device. The independent contact can be freely opened and closed as long
as the dependent contact is not opened.
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Attention!
As a result of the permissible, independent actuation, a loss of redundancy is not detected!
Double channel, independent components
The monitoring to determine whether a safety guard is open or closed is performed by a protective switch with lock. One contact is switched by the protective switch, the second by the lock
monitor. With this functional device, it is possible to open and close the lock without forcing the
guard to open or close.
The functional device for double channel independent components can, thus, be used for applications such as
•
Protective switch for door monitoring
Here, both the direct connection of an integrated AS-interface slave as well as the connection of
a conventional device via a safe coupling module are possible. Local acknowledgement and/or
the startup test are available as options.
Attention!
As a result of the permissible, independent actuation, a loss of redundancy is not detected!
Standard slave
Within an OSSD, it is also possible to use standard AS-interface slaves in order to realise, by
means of their switching signals (inputs or outputs), an exclusively operational switching of the
safe switching outputs of the AS-interface safety monitor in an OSSD.
Attention!
The use of a standard slave device for safe switching tasks is not permitted!
Monitor input
Attention!
The use of a monitor input device for safe switching tasks is not permitted!
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Within the OSSDs or preprocessing, the input signals of the 2 or 4 inputs 1.Y1, 1.Y2 and 2.Y1,
2.Y2, respectively, of the AS-interface safety monitor can also be used to implement strictly operational switching of the safe switching output(s) of the AS-interface safety monitor in an OSSD.
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The Button device can be integrated within the OSSD or Preprocessing. The Button device
makes acknowledgement possible on the device level. As soon as the validation for the device
which is linked to the button is present, this device can be validated by actuating the button, i.e.
acknowledged.
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With the aid of the Button device, it is possible, for example, to assign a common local acknowledgement to multiple light barriers which have been linked together by an AND gate.
NOP
Dummies (NOP - No OPeration) can be used within one of the OSSDs or Preprocessing to make
the configuration or the graphical display in asimon easier to organise or to create a sample configuration to be used as a pattern for different configuration variants. A NOP dummy occupies
an index within the configuration. Each functional device can be replaced by a NOP dummy and
vice versa.
Zero sequence detection
The zero sequence detection monitoring device can be used to monitor whether both switches
of a safe input slave are open. The device switches to the ON state when the value 0000 is continuously transmitted by the safe slave.
Attention!
The use of a zero sequence detection device for safe switching tasks is not permitted!
Application icons
For all monitoring devices, with the exception of the standard slave, application icons are available in addition to the device icons (double channel forced, double channel dependent, double
channel independent) to provide a realistic and clear depiction of the configuration. Each of
these application icons represents the same respective monitoring device. The input mask offers
all device options, even when e.g. a local acknowledgement for a two-handed operation does
not make much sense.
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The monitoring devices in an OSSD are always displayed with both icons: the device icon and
the application icon.
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Device options
Many monitoring devices also possess, in addition to their safe switching behaviour, options
which can be used to realise more complex applications. These include:
Start-up test
The startup test is used, for example, when the proper function of a safety guard is to
be inspected prior to starting the machine. In this case, the startup test requires that
the guard be opened and closed again before the machine is started. Only then can
the machine be started.
Local acknowledgement
Local acknowledgement is used, for example, when a safety guard is located in an
area not visible from the control desk. With local acknowledgement, acknowledgement (i.e. a confirmation that no persons are present in this part of the machine) can
only be performed from the local operating desk.
In terms of the AS-interface bus, an additional switching signal is linked to the monitoring device. Only if this switching signal was active is the monitoring device validated in the safety monitor. The switching signal for local acknowledgement can
either be a standard slave or an A/B slave whose AS-interface bus address and bit
address must be specified.
Notice!
Certain time conditions apply to the arrival of the signals. These are illustrated using a
safety light barrier as an example:
1.
2.
3.
Between the release of the safety light barrier and the actuation of the local
acknowledgement, at least 50ms must pass.
An actuation of the local acknowledgement is evaluated as valid if the switching
signal is present for a minimum of 50ms and a maximum of 2s.
After the local acknowledgement is released, the monitoring device is validated
following a wait period of 50ms.
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Notice!
The functional devices and their variants, e.g. double channel forced safety input
with startup test, included in the devices described below can be found in this form in
the configuration log of the AS-interface safety monitor (see chapter 5.8 and examples
of the respective monitoring devices).
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Double channel forced
Icon
Functional device
Double channel forced safety input
Type
Designation in the configuration log
20
double channel forced safety input
Variants
Without startup test
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
With startup test
SUBTYPE:
startup test
Without local acknowl- SUBTYPE:
edgement
no local acknowledge
With local acknowledge- SUBTYPE:
ment
local acknowledge
With local acknowledge- SUBTYPE:
ment also after startup
local acknowledge always
Parameters
Name:
Address:
Start-up test:
Local acknowledgement:
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
with / without
with / always / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address
of the local acknowledgement (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
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Input mask
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Description
With the double channel forced monitoring device, the switching signal of the respective safe
AS-interface slave acts on all four bits of the transmission sequence.
Optionally, a startup test and/or a local acknowledgement are/is possible. Upon activation of the
Also acknowledge after startup checkbox, local acknowledgement is always mandatory even
after switching on the AS-interface safety monitor or following a communication error (warm start
of the AS-interface safety monitor).
Notice!
If only one contact opens/closes, after a tolerated transition time of 100ms the device
switches to the "Error" state.
Application icons
Emergency shutdown
Safety guard
AOPD - Contactless active protective device
Module - used to connect conventional safe switching
elements via a safe AS-interface module.
Configuration log
Example: without startup test + without local acknowledgement
0018
0019
0020
0021
0022
0023
INDEX:
32 = "Name"
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
8
9
0
1
2
3
INDEX:
33 = "Name"
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
SUBTYPE:
startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
5
6
7
8
9
0
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0026
0027
0028
0029
0030
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0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
INDEX:
34 = "Name"
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge
ADDRESS:
21
BIT:
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
2
3
4
In-0 noninv 5
6
7
Example: without startup test + with local acknowledgement also after startup
0039
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
INDEX:
35 = "Name"
9
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
0
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
1
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge always ADDRESS: 21
BIT: In-0 invert 2
ASSIGNED: channel one
3
SAFE SLAVE: 5
4
Example: with startup test + with local acknowledgement
INDEX:
36 = "Name"
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
SUBTYPE:
startup test
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge ADDRESS:
21
BIT:
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
In-0 noninv
6
7
8
9
0
1
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0047
0048
0049
0050
0051
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Double channel dependent
Icon
Functional device
Double channel dependent safety input
Type
Designation in the configuration log
21
double channel dependent safety input
Variants
Without startup test
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
With startup test
SUBTYPE:
startup test
Without local acknowl- SUBTYPE:
edgement
no local acknowledgement
With local acknowledge- SUBTYPE:
ment
local acknowledgement
With local acknowledge- SUBTYPE:
ment also after startup
local acknowledgement
Parameters
always
Name:max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
Address:
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
Start-up test:
with / without
Synchronisation time
100ms … 30s in multiples of 100ms
or ∞ (infinite)
Local acknowledgement: with / also after startup / without
Slave type:
standard/A/B slave
Address:
AS-interface bus address
of the local acknowledgement (1 … 31)
Bit address:
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
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Description
With the double channel dependent monitoring device, both switching signals of the respective
safe AS-interface slave each act on 2 bits of the transmission sequence. In this case, both of the
switching signals must arrive within a synchronisation time defined by the user. If only one contact opens, the second contact must still open before both contacts can be closed again.
Optionally, a startup test and/or a local acknowledgement are/is possible. Upon activation of the
Also acknowledge after startup checkbox, local acknowledgement is always mandatory even
after switching on the AS-interface safety monitor or following a communication error (warm start
of the AS-interface safety monitor).
Notice!
If the synchronisation time defined by the user is exceeded, the activation must be repeated. If the synchronisation time is set to infinite (∞), the AS-interface safety monitor
does not grant the validation until the second switching signal arrives.
Application icons
Emergency shutdown
Safety guard
AOPD - Contactless active protective device
Module - used to connect conventional safe switching
elements via a safe AS-interface module.
Two-handed operation
(as per EN 574: with startup test, max. synchronisation time
500ms)
Attention!
When using for two-handed operation, the corresponding application notes in the manufacturer's documentation must be observed!
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Configuration log
Example: without startup test + without local acknowledgement
0018
0019
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
INDEX:
32 = "Name"
TYPE:
21 = double channel dependent safety input
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
SYNC TIME: 0.100 Sec
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
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Example with startup test + without local acknowledgement
0025
0026
0027
0028
0029
0030
0031
INDEX:
33 = "Name"
TYPE:
21 = double channel dependent safety input
SUBTYPE:
startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
SYNC TIME: 0.100 Sec
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
Example: without startup test + with local acknowledgement
0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
0038
INDEX:
34 = "Name"
TYPE:
21 = double channel dependent safety input
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge
ADDRESS:
21
BIT: In-0 noninv
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
SYNC TIME: 0.100 Sec
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Example: without startup test + with local acknowledgement also after startup
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
0045
0046
INDEX:
35 = "Name"
0
TYPE:
21 = double channel dependent safety input
1
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
2
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge always ADDRESS: 21
BIT: In-0 invert 3
ASSIGNED: channel one
4
SAFE SLAVE: 5
5
SYNC TIME: 0.100 Sec
6
Example: with startup test + with local acknowledgement
INDEX:
36 = "Name"
TYPE:
21 = double channel dependent safety input
SUBTYPE:
startup test
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge ADDRESS: 21
BIT: In-0 noninv
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
SYNC TIME: 0.100 Sec
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
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0049
0050
0051
0052
0053
0054
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Double channel dependent with debouncing
Icon
Functional device
Double channel dependent safety input with debouncing
Type
Designation in the configuration log
24
Variants
double
input
Without startup test
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
With startup test
SUBTYPE:
startup test
Without local
acknowledgement
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
channel
dependent
slow
action
With local acknowledgement SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge
With local acknowledgement SUBTYPE:
also after startup
local acknowledge always
Parameters
Name:
Address:
Start-up test:
Synchronisation time:
Bounce time:
Local acknowledgement:
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
safety
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
with / without
200 ms … 60s in multiples of 100ms
or ∞ (infinite), default 0.5s
100ms … 25s in multiples of 100ms
with / also after startup / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address
of the local acknowledgement (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
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Description
With the double channel dependent with debouncing monitoring device, both switching signals of the respective safe AS-interface slave each act on 2 bits of the transmission sequence.
In this case, both of the switching signals must arrive within a synchronisation time defined by
the user.
For debouncing the contacts, a bounce time can be defined. During this time, the contacts are
not evaluated. The bounce time begins when both contacts close the first time. After the bounce
time has passed, both contacts are again queried. If they are then closed and if the synchronisation time has not yet passed, the validation is performed. The selected synchronisation time
must be greater than the bounce time.
Notice!
The set bounce time is always allowed to pass. This means that if a bounce time of
10s is set, then the device is validated no sooner than this time.
If only one contact opens, the second contact must still open before both contacts can be closed
again.
Notice!
If the synchronisation time defined by the user is exceeded, the activation must be repeated. If the synchronisation time is set to infinite (∞), the AS-interface safety monitor
does not grant the validation until the second switching signal arrives.
Optionally, a startup test and/or a local acknowledgement are/is possible. Upon activation of the
Also acknowledge after startup checkbox, local acknowledgement is always mandatory even
after switching on the AS-interface safety monitor or following a communication error (warm start
of the AS-interface safety monitor).
Application icons
Safety guard
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Module - used to connect conventional safe switching
elements via a safe AS-interface module.
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Configuration log
Example: synchronisation time 0.3s, bounce time 0.2s
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
0026
0027
INDEX:
32 = "Name"
TYPE:
24 = double channel dependent slow action safety input
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: both channels
SAFE SLAVE: 1
SYNC TIME: 0.300 Sec
CHATTER:
0.200 Sec
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Example: synchronisation time infinite, bounce time 0.1s
0029
0030
0031
0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
INDEX:
33 = "Name"
TYPE:
24 = double channel dependent slow action safety input
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 2
SYNC TIME: infinite
CHATTER:
0.100 Sec
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Example: with startup test
0038
0039
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
0045
INDEX:
34 = "Name"
TYPE:
24 = double channel dependent slow action safety input
SUBTYPE:
startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 3
SYNC TIME: 0.500 Sec
CHATTER:
0.100 Sec
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
0056
0057
0058
0059
0060
0061
0062
0063
INDEX:
36 = "Name"
TYPE:
24 = double channel dependent slow action safety input
SUBTYPE:
startup test
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge
ADDRESS:
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
SYNC TIME: 0.500 Sec
CHATTER:
0.100 Sec
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
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Double channel conditionally dependent
Icon
Functional device
Double channel conditionally dependent safety input
Type
Designation in the configuration log
25
double channel priority safety input
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Address:
Independent:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
Bit address of the independent contact
(In-1 or In-2)
Input mask
Description
With the double channel conditionally dependent monitoring device, both switching signals
of the respective safe AS-interface slave each act on 2 bits of the transmission sequence. In order for the second, dependent switching signal to be accepted in this case, the first switching
signal must be present. Which contact is dependent on which can be freely selected. It is an error if the second, dependent switching signal arrives before the first switching signal.
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Double channel conditionally dependent monitoring devices offer only limited safety,
as they cannot be checked for simultaneousness. Check carefully to ensure that the
use of a double channel conditionally dependent monitoring device fulfils the requirements of the desired safety category.
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Example: a door switch with lock. One contact is operated by the door switch (independent contact), the second by the lock monitor (dependent contact). Only if the door is closed, the lock can
be opened and closed. An opened door contact with the lock closed is an error.
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Application icons
Safety guard with lock
Module - used to connect conventional safe switching
elements via a safe AS-interface module.
Configuration log
Example: Contact with bit address In-1 is the independent contact
0026
0027
0028
0029
0030
INDEX:
33 = "Name"
TYPE:
25 = double channel priority safety input
SUBTYPE:
in-1 is independent
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 0
6
7
8
9
4
Example: Contact with bit address In-2 is the independent contact
INDEX:
32 = "Name"
TYPE:
25 = double channel priority safety input
SUBTYPE:
in-2 is independent
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 3
0
1
2
3
4
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0021
0022
0023
0024
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Double channel independent
Icon
Functional device
Double channel independent safety input
Type
Designation in the configuration log
22
double channel independent safety input
Variants
Without startup test
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
With startup test
SUBTYPE:
startup test
Without local
acknowledgement
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
With local
acknowledgement
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge
With local acknowledge- SUBTYPE:
ment also after startup
Parameters
local acknowledge always
Name:
Address:
Start-up test:
Local acknowledgement:
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
with / without
with / also after startup / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address
of the local acknowledgement (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
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Description
With the double channel independent monitoring device, the two switching signals of the respective safe AS-interface slave each act on 2 bits of the transmission sequence. In this case,
it is only necessary that both switching signals arrive. There is no synchronisation time.
Optionally, a startup test and/or a local acknowledgement are/is possible. Upon activation of the
Also acknowledge after startup checkbox, local acknowledgement is always mandatory even
after switching on the AS-interface safety monitor or following a communication error (warm start
of the AS-interface safety monitor).
Notice!
If the startup test option is selected, always both switches must be opened during the
test. Moreover, a startup test must be performed following the reset of an error condition.
Attention!
Double channel independent monitoring devices offer only limited safety, as they cannot be checked for simultaneousness. Check carefully to ensure that the use of a double channel independent monitoring device fulfils the requirements of the desired
safety category.
Application icons
Emergency shutdown
Safety guard
Module - used to connect conventional safe switching
elements via a safe AS-interface module.
Configuration log
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Example: with startup test
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
INDEX:
32 = "Name"
TYPE:
22 = double channel independent safety input
SUBTYPE:
startup test
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
ASSIGNED: both channels
SAFE SLAVE: 1
0
1
2
3
4
5
Example: with local acknowledgement also after startup
0027
0028
0029
0030
0031
0032
INDEX:
33 = "Name"
7
TYPE:
22 = double channel independent safety input
8
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
9
SUBTYPE:
local acknowledge always ADDRESS: 10 BIT: In-0 noninv 0
ASSIGNED: channel one
1
SAFE SLAVE: 2
2
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Standard slave
Icon
or
Functional device
Standard slave
Type
Designation in the configuration log
23
activation switch
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
Input mask
Description
The standard slave monitoring device is used to integrate one bit (input or output) of a non-safe,
standard AS-interface switching signal as an additional switching signal for operational switching of the AS-interface safety monitor relay(s) in an OSSD.
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way it is possible to react to a signal from the controller as well. As of version 2.0 the
slaves simulated by the monitor can also be used for this purpose.
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Notice!
With the input and output bits of a non-safe, standard AS-interface slave, the process
image is always analysed, i.e. the ON state always means an active signal in the
process image.
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Attention!
The use of a standard slave device for safe switching tasks is not permitted!
Configuration log
Example:
INDEX:
TYPE:
ASSIGNED:
ADDRESS:
32 = "Name"
23 = activation switch
channel one
21 BIT: In-0 noninv
8
9
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0019
0020
0021
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Monitor input
Icon
or
Functional device
Monitor input
Type
Designation in the configuration log
28
monitor input
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Monitor input:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
1.Y1, 1.Y2, 2.Y1 or 2.Y2,
inverted / not inverted
Input mask
Description
The monitor input monitoring device is used to link a signal to one of the inputs 1.Y1 through
2.Y2 of the AS-interface safety monitor as an additional switching signal for operational
switching of the AS-interface safety monitor relay(s) in an OSSD.
Attention!
The use of a monitor input device for safe switching tasks is not permitted!
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Notice!
A configuration which uses inputs 2.Y1 or 2.Y2 cannot be operated in a single channel
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The state of the device corresponds to the level at the selected monitor input. In order to change
the state of the device, the level at the selected monitor input must remain stable for the duration
of three machine cycles. It is possible to invert the device state.
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Configuration log
Example:
INDEX:
TYPE:
ASSIGNED:
INPUT:
32 = "Name"
28 = monitor input
channel one
1.Y2
invert
8
9
0
1
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0019
0020
0021
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Button
Icon
Functional device
Button
Type
Designation in the configuration log
26
button
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
Pulse length
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
5ms … 300s in multiples of 5ms
or ∞ (infinite)
Input mask
Description
Date of issue
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Notice!
This function requires that the button remain unactuated after the validation condition
has been fulfilled for at least 50ms and then be actuated for at least 50ms yet for no
more than 2s. After the button is released, the device switches to the ON state after
an additional 50ms for the time set under pulse length.
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The Button device can be integrated within the OSSD or Preprocessing. The Button device
makes acknowledgement possible on the device level. As soon as the validation for the device
which is linked to the button is present, this device can be released by actuating the button, i.e.
acknowledged (device switches to the ON state). If the device is not validated before the acknowledgement arrives, the device switches to the OFF state.
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Configuration log
Example:
INDEX:
32 = "Name"
TYPE:
26 = button
ASSIGNED: channel one
ADDRESS:
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
ENABLE DEV: 8 = system device: dev before start one
PULSE WIDTH:0.005 Sec
0
1
2
3
4
5
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0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
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NOP
Icon
Functional device
Dummy
Type
Designation in the configuration log
59
no operation
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
State:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
ON or OFF
Input mask
Description
Dummies (NOP - No OPeration) can be used within one of the OSSDs or Preprocessing to make
the configuration or the graphical display in asimon easier to organise or to create a sample configuration to be used as a pattern for different configuration variants. A NOP dummy occupies
an index within the configuration. Each functional device can be replaced by a NOP dummy and
vice versa.
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Notice!
With NOP devices, make certain that the status values are assigned correctly in the
configuration. In AND logic operations, NOP devices should be assigned the ON state;
in OR logic operations, on the other hand, they should assigned the OFF state.
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Configuration log
Example: NOP device with OFF state
0020
0021
0022
0023
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
32 = "Name"
59 = no operation
device value is false
channel one
0
1
2
3
Example: NOP device with ON state
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
32 = "Name"
59 = no operation
device value is true
channel one
5
6
7
8
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0025
0026
0027
0028
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Zero sequence detection
Icon
Functional device
Zero sequence detection
Type
Designation in the configuration log
27
zero sequence detection
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Address:
State:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
ON or OFF
Input mask
Description
Example: Zero sequence detection device
0020
0021
0022
0023
62
INDEX:
32 = "Name"
TYPE:
27 = zero sequence detection
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 2
0
1
2
3
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Attention!
In the event of a defect or error, e.g. insufficient voltage at the slave, the ON state can
also be achieved when both switches are closed. For this reason, it is not permitted to
use a zero sequence detection device for safe switching tasks!
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The zero sequence detection monitoring device can be used to monitor whether both switches
of a safe input slave are open. It is used to perform operational switching tasks. The device
switches to the ON state when the value 0000 is continuously transmitted by the safe slave. With
zero sequence detection, safe input slaves which are included at a different point in the configuration can also be monitored. And vice versa, the address selected for zero sequence detection
for monitoring devices remains available.
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4.3.2 Logic devices
In more complex safety tasks, the linking of various input signals and intermediate states is necessary – something not possible with the global AND. This linking is performed in the configuration of the AS-interface safety monitor in such a way that the input signals in the preprocessor
or in the other OSSD are first calculated as internal variables and then processed further by the
logic devices in the OSSD (see window areas on page 25).
Notice!
Insert the monitoring devices which you would like to link to one another via a logic device in the Preprocessing window area. Then insert the desired logic device in the
OSSD. You then assign the devices from the preprocessing area which are to be
linked to the logic device in the OSSD, see "Operation" on page 26.
You can link monitoring devices from the other OSSD by inserting them directly into
the logic device. The index of this monitoring device must, however, be less than the
index of the logic device. Thus, the monitoring device must be processed before the
logic device. If the index is larger, you can move the monitoring device in front of the
logic device with the mouse.
For AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U (type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2)
with "Basic" function range, the only possible logic device available for the linking of
two monitoring or system devices is the logic OR function.
Example 1:
Figure 4.4:
Logic device example
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In the example shown here, the OR logic device switches to the ON state (switched on) when
the active optoelectronic protective device "LG1" is in the ON state (switched on) or the safe
switching output of the second OSSD is activated (relay triggered) or both conditions are true.
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Example 2:
Figure 4.5:
Nested logic devices example
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As shown in the second example, logic devices can also be nested. To do this in the shown example, the subordinate "OR2" logic operation with index 34 must first be created in Preprocessing. Afterward, the "OR1" logic operation can be assigned.
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OR
Notice!
For AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U (type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2)
with "Basic" function range, the only possible logic device available for the linking of
two monitoring or system devices is the logic OR function.
Icon
Functional device
OR gate
Type
Designation in the configuration log
40
or gate
Variants
2 inputs 1)
SUBTYPE:
number of inputs
2
2 … 6 inputs 2)
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
number
number
number
number
number
2
3
4
5
6
1)
2)
of
of
of
of
of
inputs
inputs
inputs
inputs
inputs
or
or
or
or
Only AS-interface safety monitor VAS-1A-K12-U (type 1)/VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2) with "Basic"
function range (see chapter 1.2) !
Only AS-interface safety monitor VAS-1A-K12 (type 3)/VAS-2A-K12 (type 4) with "Enhanced"
function range (see chapter 1.2) !
Parameters
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
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Input mask
Description
With the OR logic device, up to 6 monitoring or system devices are linked to one another via the
logic OR function.
The OR logic device is in the ON state when at least one of the linked devices has the ON state.
Attention!
In the configuration of the AS-interface safety monitor, the same functional devices can
be used e.g. for a light barrier and an emergency-off switch. When configuring, you
must pay attention to which safety functions may and which may not be bridged.
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An application which can make use of the OR logic device is, for example, a material lock in
which the machine may only be put into operation when at least one of the two lock gates is
closed.
Configuration log
Example: OR link
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
38 = "Name"
40 = or gate
number of inputs
channel one
32 = "Name device
33 = "Name device
34 = "Name device
35 = "Name device
36 = "Name device
37 = "Name device
6
1"
2"
3"
4"
5"
6"
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
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0062
0063
0064
0065
0066
0067
0068
0069
0070
0071
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AND
Notice!
This logic device is not available for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U
(type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2) with "Basic" function range.
Icon
Functional device
AND gate
Type
Designation in the configuration log
41
and gate
Variants
2 … 6 inputs 1)
1)
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
SUBTYPE:
number
number
number
number
number
of
of
of
of
of
inputs
inputs
inputs
inputs
inputs
2
3
4
5
6
or
or
or
or
Only AS-interface safety monitor VAS-1A-K12 (type 3)/VAS-2A-K12 (type 4) with "Enhanced"
function range (see chapter 1.2) !
Parameters
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
Input mask
Description
The AND logic device only has the ON state when all linked devices have the ON state.
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With the AND logic device, up to 6 monitoring or system devices are linked to one another via
the logic AND function.
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Configuration log
Example: AND link
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
IN DEVICE:
39 = "Name"
41 = and gate
number of inputs
channel one
32 = "Name device
33 = "Name device
34 = "Name device
35 = "Name device
36 = "Name device
37 = "Name device
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FlipFlop
Notice!
This logic device is not available for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U
(type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2) with "Basic" function range.
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Functional device
R/S-flipflop
Type
Designation in the configuration log
42
r/s - flipflop
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
Input mask
Description
With the FlipFlop logic device, two monitoring or system devices are linked to one another via
the logic R/S-flipflop function.
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The state of the FlipFlop logic device is calculated according to the following table:
Old output
any
switched on (ON)
switched off (OFF)
other
Set input (Set)
switched on (ON)
any
any
Hold input (Hold)
switched on (ON)
switched on (ON)
switched off (OFF)
New output
switched on (ON)
switched on (ON)
switched off (OFF)
switched off (OFF)
Configuration log
Example:
0084
0085
0086
0087
0088
INDEX:
TYPE:
ASSIGNED:
HOLD DEVICE:
SET DEVICE:
40 = "Name"
42 = r/s - flipflop
channel one
34 = "Name device 1"
36 = "Name device 2"
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Switch-on delay
Notice!
This logic device is not available for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U
(type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2) with "Basic" function range.
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Functional device
Switching delay
Type
Designation in the configuration log
43
delay timer
Variants
Switch-on delay
SUBTYPE:
Parameters
Name:
Delay time:
on delay
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
5ms … 300s in multiples of 5ms
Input mask
Description
With the switch-on delay logic device, the switching on of a monitoring or system device can be
delayed by the adjustable delay time. The state of the switch-on delay logic device is calculated
according to the following table:
Configuration log
Example:
0090
0091
0092
0093
0094
0095
70
INDEX:
41 = "Name"
TYPE:
43 = delay timer
SUBTYPE:
on delay
ASSIGNED: channel one
IN DEVICE: 32 = "Name device "
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Result of the link
switched on (ON) after the delay time has passed
switched off (OFF)
switched off (OFF)
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switched on (ON) for t ≥ delay time
switched on (ON) for t < delay time
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Switch-off delay
Notice!
This logic device is not available for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U
(type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2) with "Basic" function range.
Attention!
Note that the system reaction time can be lengthened as a result of the use of the
switch-off delay device.
Icon
Functional device
Switching delay
Type
Designation in the configuration log
43
delay timer
Variants
Switch-off delay
SUBTYPE:
Parameters
Name:
Delay time:
off delay
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
5ms … 300s in multiples of 5ms
Input mask
Description
Linked device
switched off (OFF) for t ≥ delay time
switched off (OFF) for t < delay time
other
Result of the link
switched off (OFF)
after the delay time has passed
switched on (ON)
switched on (ON)
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With the switch-off delay logic device, the switching off of a monitoring or system device can be
delayed by the adjustable delay time. The state of the switch-off delay logic device is calculated
according to the following table:
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Configuration log
Example:
INDEX:
42 = "Name"
TYPE:
43 = delay timer
SUBTYPE:
off delay
ASSIGNED: channel one
IN DEVICE: 33 = "Name device"
DELAY TIME: 0.005 Sec
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Pulse on pos. edge
Notice!
This logic device is not available for AS-interface safety monitors VAS-1A-K12-U
(type 1) and VAS-2A-K12-U (type 2) with "Basic" function range.
Icon
Functional device
Pulse generator on positive edge
Type
Designation in the configuration log
44
convert edge to pulse
Variants
On positive edge
SUBTYPE:
Parameters
Name:
Pulse duration:
on positive edge
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
5ms … 300s in multiples of 5ms
Input mask
Description
With the Pulse on pos. edge logic device, an ON pulse with adjustable pulse duration is created
if a monitoring or system device changes state from OFF to ON.
The state of the Pulse on pos. edge logic device is calculated according to the following table:
other
Result of the link
switched off (OFF)
switched on (ON) for the length of time set under
pulse duration
switched off (OFF)
Attention!
While the ON pulse is present at the output, the input is not monitored, i.e. a change
of the input state during the ON pulse is not evaluated and has no effect on the ON
pulse. The function of the device corresponds to a non-retriggering monoflop.
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Linked device
switched off (OFF)
switched on (ON)
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Attention!
Even a short communication error on the AS-interface line results in an ON pulse at
the output!
Configuration log
Example:
INDEX:
43 = "Name"
TYPE:
44 = convert edge to pulse
SUBTYPE:
on positive edge
ASSIGNED: channel one
IN DEVICE: 36 = "AOPD1"
PULSE WIDTH:0.005 Sec
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4.3.3 External device monitoring devices
External device monitoring devices (also called EDM devices - External Device Monitor) are
used for realising dynamic contactor monitoring for a configuration of the AS-interface safety
monitor. If no EDM device is configured, contactor monitoring is deactivated.
Notice!
Multiple EDM devices can be integrated in an OSSD.
For example, with dynamic contactor monitoring, the motor contactors connected downstream
of the safety monitor for the potentially dangerous movement are connected to the safe switching outputs of the AS-interface safety monitor. Via a feedback control loop, the state of the contactors is monitored by the input contactor monitor on the AS-interface safety monitor.
Notice!
Additional information about the electrical design and connection of a contactor monitor can be found in the operating manual of the AS-interface safety monitor.
Reset of error condition
If a device detects an error, the AS-interface safety monitor enters the error state. The error state
is locked (error lock). With versions of the AS-interface safety monitor before 2.0, the error state
can be rectified only by resetting the AS-interface safety monitor by switching off and then
switching back on the AS-interface safety monitor or by pressing the Service button on the ASinterface safety monitor.
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With software versions of the AS-interface safety monitor > 2.0, the reset of error conditions (Reset) on the device level is possible separately for each OSSD, i.e. via an AS-interface standard/
A/B slave, e.g. a button, the error lock can be released (see chapter 3.1).
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External device monitoring circuit
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Functional device
External device monitoring circuit
Type
Designation in the configuration log
60
external device monitor
Variants
Error lock
SUBTYPE:
none
Limited error lock
SUBTYPE:
limited error lock
Parameters
text
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plain-
Switching time:
10 … 1000ms, switching time of
the contactor
with / without
Limited error lock
Input mask
Description
As long as the safe outputs are switched off, the input contactor monitor on the AS-interface
safety monitor must be active = ON . After the safe outputs have been switched on (validation),
the input contactor monitor is not relevant for set switching time. Afterward, the input must be
inactive = OFF. The state of the contactor monitor is active = ON (switched on).
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Contactor monitoring prevents the monitor from being switched back on for the duration of the
set switching time after it is switched off. This should allow all downstream contactors to reach
the idle state before contactor monitoring again queries the input signal, thereby preventing an
error lock.
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After the safe outputs have been switched off, the state of the contactor monitor returns to
inactive = OFF (switched off) and the input contactor monitor is not queried for the set switching
time. Afterward, the input contactor monitor must again be active = ON.
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Error lock
If the input is inactive when the safe outputs are switched off or active when the safe outputs are
switched on, the system switches to the error state and locks.
Notice!
With dynamic contactor monitoring with error lock, series connection of the contactor
controller with operational switches is not possible.
Limited error lock
If the input is inactive = OFF when the safe outputs are switched off, the system switches to the
error state and locks. If the input remains active after the safe outputs are switched active = ON,
e.g. when the contactor no longer engages due to a blown fuse, the contactor monitor switches
the safe outputs of the OSSD back off.
Attention!
The combination of the dynamic contactor monitoring with limited error lock together
with automatic start is not permitted, as in this combination it is possible for the safe
outputs of the AS-interface safety monitor to be continuously switched on and off.
Configuration log
Example: Error lock
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
OFF TIME:
32 = "Name"
60 = external device monitor
none
channel one
0.100 Sec
0
1
2
3
4
Example: Limited error lock
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
OFF TIME:
32 = "Name"
60 = external device monitor
limited error lock
channel one
0.100 Sec
0
1
2
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0021
0022
0023
0024
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External device monitoring circuit with standard slave
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Functional device
External device monitoring circuit with standard slave
Type
Designation in the configuration log
62
external device monitor standard slave
Variants
Error lock
SUBTYPE:
none
Limited error lock
SUBTYPE:
limited error lock
Parameters
text
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plain-
Switching time:
10 … 1000ms, switching time of
the contactor
with / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address
Limited error lock
Slave type:
Address:
(1 … 31)
Bit address:
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
Input mask
After the safe outputs have been switched off, the state of the contactor monitor returns to
inactive = OFF (switched off) and the state of the standard/A/B slave is not queried for the set
switching time. Afterward, the standard/A/B slave must be in the state active = ON again.
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As long as the safety outputs are switched off, the standard/A/B slave must be in the state
active = ON. After the safe outputs have been switched on (validation), the state of the standard/
A/B slave is not relevant for set switching time. Afterward, the standard/A/B slave must be in the
inactive = OFF state again. The state of the contactor monitor is active = ON (switched on).
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external device monitoring circuit.
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Contactor monitoring prevents the monitor from being switched back on for the duration of the
set switching time after it is switched off. This should allow all downstream contactors to reach
the idle state before contactor monitoring again queries the input signal, thereby preventing an
error lock.
Error lock
If the input is inactive = OFF when the safe outputs are switched off or active = ON when the
safe outputs are switched on, the system switches to the error state and locks.
Notice!
With dynamic contactor monitoring with error lock, series connection of the contactor
controller with operational switches is not possible.
Limited error lock
If the input is inactive = OFF when the safe outputs are switched off, the system switches to the
error state and locks. If the input remains active after the safe outputs are switched active = ON,
e.g. when the contactor no longer engages due to a blown fuse, the contactor monitor switches
the safe outputs of the OSSD back off.
Attention!
The combination of the dynamic contactor monitoring with limited error lock together
with automatic start is not permitted, as in this combination it is possible for the safe
outputs of the AS-interface safety monitor to be continuously switched on and off.
Configuration log
Example: Error lock
0026
0027
0028
0029
0030
0031
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
ADDRESS:
OFF TIME:
33 = "Name"
62 = external device monitor standard slave
none
channel one
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
0.100 Sec
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0026
0027
0028
0029
0030
0031
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
ADDRESS:
OFF TIME:
33 = "Name"
62 = external device monitor standard slave
limited error lock
channel one
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
0.100 Sec
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External device monitoring circuit for dependent, second OSSD
Notice!
This EDM device can only be used in the 1st OSSD of a configuration with two dependent output groups.
Icon
Functional device
External device monitoring circuit for dependent, second OSSD
Type
Designation in the configuration log
61
external device monitor channel two
Variants
Error lock
SUBTYPE:
none
Limited error lock
SUBTYPE:
limited error lock
Parameters
text
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plain-
Switching time:
10 … 1000ms, switching time of
the contactor
with / without
Limited error lock
Input mask
Description
Date of issue
After the safe outputs have been switched off, the state of the contactor monitor returns to
inactive = OFF (switched off) and the input contactor monitor is not queried for the set switching
time. Afterward, the input contactor monitor must again be active = ON.
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safety monitor must be active = ON . After the safe outputs have been switched on (validation),
the input contactor monitor is not relevant for set switching time. Afterward, the input must be
inactive = OFF. The state of the contactor monitor is active = ON (switched on).
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The external device monitoring circuit for a second, dependent OSSD is functionally identical
with a normal external device monitoring circuit. It monitors the downstream contactor on the
second channel, but acts on the validation of channel 1.
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Contactor monitoring prevents the monitor from being switched back on for the duration of the
set switching time after it is switched off. This should allow all downstream contactors to reach
the idle state before contactor monitoring again queries the input signal, thereby preventing an
error lock.
Error lock
If the input is inactive when the safe outputs are switched off or active when the safe outputs are
switched on, the system switches to the error state and locks.
Notice!
With dynamic contactor monitoring with error lock, series connection of the contactor
controller with operational switches is not possible.
Limited error lock
If the input is inactive = OFF when the safe outputs are switched off, the system switches to the
error state and locks. If the input remains active after the safe outputs are switched active = ON,
e.g. when the contactor no longer engages due to a blown fuse, the contactor monitor switches
the safe outputs of the OSSD back off.
Attention!
The combination of the dynamic contactor monitoring with limited error lock together
with automatic start is not permitted, as in this combination it is possible for the safe
outputs of the AS-interface safety monitor to be continuously switched on and off.
Configuration log
Example: Error lock
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
OFF TIME:
34 = "Name"
61 = external device monitor channel two
none
channel one
0.100 Sec
3
4
5
6
7
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
OFF TIME:
34 = "Name"
61 = external device monitor channel two
limited error lock
channel one
0.100 Sec
3
4
5
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External device monitoring circuit with standard slave for dependent, second
OSSD
Notice!
This EDM device can only be used in the 1st OSSD of a configuration with two dependent output groups.
Icon
Functional device
External device monitoring circuit with standard slave for dependent, second OSSD
Type
Designation in the configuration log
63
external device monitor channel two standard slave
Variants
Error lock
SUBTYPE:
none
Limited error lock
SUBTYPE:
limited error lock
Parameters
text
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plain-
Switching time:
10 … 1000ms, switching time of
the contactor
with / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address
Limited error lock
Slave type:
Address:
(1 … 31)
Bit address:
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
The external device monitoring circuit with standard slave for the second, dependent OSSD is
functionally identical with a normal external device monitoring circuit for the second, dependent
OSSD.
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As long as the safety outputs are switched off, the standard/A/B slave must be in the state
active = ON. After the safe outputs have been switched on (validation), the state of the standard/
A/B slave is not relevant for set switching time. Afterward, the standard/A/B slave must be in the
inactive = OFF state again. The state of the contactor monitor is active = ON (switched on).
After the safe outputs have been switched off, the state of the contactor monitor returns to
inactive = OFF (switched off) and the state of the standard/A/B slave is not queried for the set
switching time. Afterward, the standard/A/B slave must be in the state active = ON again.
Contactor monitoring prevents the monitor from being switched back on for the duration of the
set switching time after it is switched off. This should allow all downstream contactors to reach
the idle state before contactor monitoring again queries the input signal, thereby preventing an
error lock.
Configuration log
Example: Error lock
0039
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
ADDRESS:
OFF TIME:
35 = "Name"
9
63 = external device monitor channel two standard slave 0
none
1
channel one
2
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
3
0.100 Sec
4
Example: Limited error lock
INDEX:
TYPE:
SUBTYPE:
ASSIGNED:
ADDRESS:
OFF TIME:
35 = "Name"
9
63 = external device monitor channel two standard slave 0
limited error lock
1
channel one
2
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
3
0.100 Sec
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0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
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4.3.4 Start devices
In the course of the analysis, after all monitoring, logic and EDM devices have been processed,
the result of the AND link of all device states is determined for each OSSD. In the start devices,
this result is analysed together with a possible start condition.
For each independent OSSD, at least one start device is required. If multiple start devices are
present in an OSSD, they are linked with one another by means of an OR function. Thus, for the
validation of an OSSD, it is sufficient when one of the start devices fulfils the condition for the
validation.
Possible start conditions are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic start (no additional start condition)
Monitored start by means of an AS-interface standard slave
Monitored start by means of start input on the AS-interface safety monitor
Monitored start by means of a safe AS-interface slave
Activation via standard slave
Activation via monitor input
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Notice!
A start device can only be assigned to one OSSD. If, for example, both OSSDs are to
be started with one button, a start device is to be configured for each OSSD. Both of
the devices, however, use the same button.
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Automatic start
Icon
Functional device
Automatic start
Type
Designation in the configuration log
80
automatic start
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
Input mask
Description
The "automatic start" start device requires no additional start condition. If the AND link for all
monitoring, logic and EDM devices of an OSSD returns the result ON, the "automatic start" start
device releases the OSSD via the respectively configured output device.
Attention!
Danger! In the event of an automatic start, the OSSD switches on as soon as all conditions are fulfilled! The machine can, in this case, start unexpectedly!
Configuration log
0106 INDEX:
0107 TYPE:
0108 ASSIGNED:
45 = "Name"
80 = automatic start
channel one
6
7
8
Notice!
The combination of the automatic start start device with other start devices is not useful, as a start would occur in every case.
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Example:
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Monitored start - standard slave
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Functional device
Monitored start - standard slave
Type
Designation in the configuration log
81
manual start standard slave
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3
Input mask
Description
Example:
0027
0028
0029
0030
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INDEX:
TYPE:
ASSIGNED:
ADDRESS:
33 = "Name"
81 = manual start standard slave
channel one
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
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Notice!
Between the occurrence of the ON state of the AND link of all monitoring, logic and
EDM devices of an OSSD and the activation of the standard/A/B slave, at least 50ms
must pass. The standard/A/B slave must be activated for at least 50ms and at most
2s. 50ms after activation of the standard/A/B slave has concluded, the validation request is performed.
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The "monitored start - standard slave" start device requires as additional start condition the ON
state of a standard/A/B slave on the AS-interface bus (e.g. start button via AS-interface standard
slave module). If the AND link of all monitoring, logic and EDM devices of an OSSD returns the
result ON and the start condition is fulfilled, the "monitored start - standard slave" start device
passes on the validation request to the output device.
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Monitored start - monitor input
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Functional device
Monitored start - monitor input
Type
Designation in the configuration log
82
manual start monitor input
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
Input mask
Description
The "monitored start - monitor input" start device requires as additional start condition the activation of the start input of the corresponding OSSD. If the AND link of all monitoring, logic and
EDM devices of an OSSD returns the result ON and the start condition is fulfilled, the "monitored
start - monitor input" start device passes on the validation request to the output device.
Notice!
Between the occurrence of the ON state of the AND link of all monitoring, logic and
EDM devices of an OSSD and the activation of the start input, at least 50ms must
pass. The start input must be activated at least 50ms and at most 2s. 50ms after deactivation of the input, the validation request is performed.
Example:
0115 INDEX:
0116 TYPE:
0117 ASSIGNED:
47 = "Name"
82 = manual start monitor input
channel one
5
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Functional device
Monitored start - safe input slave
Type
Designation in the configuration log
83
manual start safe input
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Address:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
Input mask
Description
The "monitored start - safe input slave" start device requires as additional start condition the ON
state of a safe input slave on the AS-interface bus. If the AND link of all monitoring, logic and
EDM devices of an OSSD returns the result ON and the start condition is fulfilled, the "monitored
start - safe input slave" start device passes on the validation request to the output device.
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Notice!
Between the occurrence of the ON state of the AND link of all monitoring, logic and
EDM devices of an OSSD and the activation of the safe input slave, at least 50ms must
pass. The safe input slave must be activated for at least 50ms and at most 2s. 50ms
after activation of the safe input slave has concluded, the validation request is performed.
Configuration log
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0
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2
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INDEX:
48 = "Name"
TYPE:
83 = manual start safe input
ASSIGNED: channel one
SAFE SLAVE: 5
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0120
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Functional device
Activation via standard slave
Type
Designation in the configuration log
84
enable start standard slave
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3
Input mask
Description
The activation via standard slave start device is used to implement a start function via an ASinterface input (Start button) or an AS-interface PLC output. Unlike the monitored start - standard slave start device, this start device is not pulse-sensitive, but rather level-sensitive. The start
signal must be applied for at least 100ms before the device switches to the ON state and sends
the validation request to the output device.
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Attention!
Danger! Upon activation via a standard slave, the OSSD switches on as soon as all
conditions are fulfilled and the activating level is reached! When the level is frozen
while in the activated state, the machine can, thus, start unexpectedly!
Notice!
A combination with the automatic start start device is not permitted.
Configuration log
Example:
0027
0028
0029
0030
INDEX:
TYPE:
ASSIGNED:
ADDRESS:
33 = "Name"
84 = enable start standard slave
channel one
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
7
8
9
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Activation via monitor input
Icon
Functional device
Activation via monitor input
Type
Designation in the configuration log
85
enable start monitor input
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
Input mask
Description
The activation via monitor input start device is used to implement a start function via the monitor input. Unlike the monitored start - monitor input start device, this start device is not pulsesensitive, but rather level-sensitive. The start signal must be applied for at least 100ms before
the device switches to the ON state and sends the validation request to the output device.
Attention!
Danger! Upon activation via a monitor input, the OSSD switches on as soon as all conditions are fulfilled and the activating level is reached! When the level is frozen while
in the activating state, the machine can, thus, start unexpectedly!
Configuration log
Example:
47 = "Name"
85 = enable start monitor input
channel two
5
6
7
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0116 TYPE:
0117 ASSIGNED:
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Notice!
A combination with the automatic start start device is not permitted.
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4.3.5 Output devices
Upon validation of the start devices, the output devices set the output circuits and message outputs to their logical nominal states according to their function.
In the AS-interface safety monitor, a shutdown system consists of a redundantly constructed relay output and a message output. If two shutdown systems are present in one monitor, the second shutdown system can be operated dependently or independently of the first. The output
devices differ from one another at this point.
Notice!
For two independent OSSDs, exactly one output device must be present for each
OSSD.
For two dependent OSSDs, exactly one output device in the 1st OSSD establishes the
dependence.
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The conversion of the logical to the physical switching state for relays, message outputs and
LEDs is then performed in the hardware of the AS-interface safety monitor. A false switching
state in the hardware detected when reading the data back in also results in the switching of the
affected output device to the error state.
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Stop category 1 - message and delayed relay output
Notice!
This output device is available only for one OSSD or for two independent OSSDs.
Icon
Functional device
Stop category 1 - message and delayed relay output
Type
Designation in the configuration log
100
stop category 1 with delayed relay
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Switch-off delay
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
0s … 300s in multiples of 100ms
Input mask
Description
Example:
0124
0125
0126
0127
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INDEX:
49 = "Name"
TYPE:
100 = stop category 1 with delayed relay
ASSIGNED: channel one
DELAY TIME: 10.000 Sec
4
5
6
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The message output is not safe. A safe maximum switch-off delay only exists for the
output circuits.
In the event of an internal error in the AS-interface safety monitor, the output circuits
are switched off immediately. For all other errors, e.g. communication interruption, the
set switch-off delay is retained.
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Upon validation of the circuit, ON state, the message output and the output circuit are simultaneously activated by the stop category 1 - message and delayed relay output output device.
If the circuit is switched off, OFF state, the message output is switched off immediately and the
output circuit is switched off after the set switch-off delay has elapsed. The switch-off delay can
be set to values between 0s and 300s in increments of 100ms. The circuit can be switched back
on only after both output circuits have been switched off.
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Stop category 0
Notice!
This output device is available only for one OSSD or for two independent OSSDs.
Icon
Functional device
Stop category 0
Type
Designation in the configuration log
101
stop category 0
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
Input mask
Description
Upon validation of the circuit, ON state, the message output and the output circuit are simultaneously activated by the stop category 0 output device. If the circuit is switched off, OFF state,
the message output and the output circuit are switched off immediately without delay.
Notice!
In the event of an error in the AS-interface safety monitor, the state of the message
output is undefined. The output circuit is switched off.
Example:
0129 INDEX:
0130 TYPE:
0131 ASSIGNED:
50 = "Name"
101 = stop category 0
channel one
9
0
1
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Stop category 1 - two relay outputs
Notice!
This output device is available only with two dependent OSSDs.
Icon
Functional device
Stop category 1 - two relay outputs
Type
Designation in the configuration log
102
stop category 1 with two relay
Variants
none
Parameters
Name:
Switch-off delay
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
0s … 300s in multiples of 100ms
Input mask
Description
Example:
0042
0043
0044
0045
94
INDEX:
36 = "Name"
TYPE:
102 = stop category 1 with two relay
ASSIGNED: channel one
DELAY TIME: 1.000 Sec
2
3
4
5
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Notice!
In the event of an internal error in the AS-interface safety monitor, all output circuits
are switched off immediately. For all other errors, e.g. communication interruption, the
set switch-off delay is retained.
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Upon validation of the circuit, ON state, the output circuits (two relays each) of both OSSDs are
simultaneously activated by the stop category 1 - two relay outputs output device. If the circuit
is switched off, OFF state, the output circuit of OSSD 1 is switched off immediately without delay.
The output circuit of the dependent OSSD is switched off with the set switch-off delay. The
switch-off delay can be set to values between 0s and 300s in increments of 100ms. The circuit
can be switched back on only after both output circuits have been switched off.
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Door lock by means of zero-speed relay and delay time
Notice!
This output device is available only with two dependent OSSDs.
Icon
Functional device
Door lock
Type
Designation in the configuration log
103
door lock
Variants
Zero-speed relay and
delay time
SUBTYPE:
Parameters
Name:
Release time
Unlocking device
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
input or time
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
1s … 300s in multiples of 1s
with / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
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Input mask
Description
After the first output circuit is switched off, the second output circuit is switched on if the zerospeed relays report that machine standstill has occurred. Zero-speed relays are to be assigned
as devices to the second output circuit.
In order to also facilitate the release of the door lock during communication disturbances and
other errors, the set release time is adhered to for inactive zero-speed relays. This release time
is the time between the switching off of the first output circuit and the switching on of the second.
The release time can be set between 1s and 300s in increments of 1s.
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Before the first output circuit is switched on, the second must be switched off. If the validation,
ON state, is performed again before the second output circuit is switched on, the first output circuit is switched back on and the second remains switched off.
Notice!
After the AS-interface safety monitor is switched on, the second output circuit is inactive until the monitored movement has come to a standstill, however for no longer than
the duration of the set release time.
Unlocking device function
After the first output circuit is switched off (e.g. following an emergency shutdown), the second
output circuit is switched on after the set release time has passed (or by the zero-speed relays)
so that the doors unlock. This unlocking is not always desired. By enabling Unlocking device
(checkbox activated), a standard slave can be specified. The state (LOCK signal) of this standard slave determines whether or not the locking is to be retained even after the release time has
passed. When the machine is switched off, the LOCK signal can thus be used to freely turn door
locking on and off.
Configuration log
Example: with unlocking device
0036
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
INDEX:
35 = "Name"
TYPE:
103 = door lock
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
input or time
LOCK:
yes
ADDRESS:
DELAY TIME: 20.000 Sec
10
BIT:
In-0 noninv
6
7
8
9
0
1
Example: without unlocking device
INDEX:
35 = "Name"
TYPE:
103 = door lock
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
input or time
LOCK:
no
DELAY TIME: 20.000 Sec
6
7
8
9
0
1
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0036
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
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Door lock by means of zero-speed relay and delay time with stop category 1
Notice!
This output device is available only with two dependent OSSDs.
Icon
Functional device
Door lock
Type
Designation in the configuration log
104
door lock and stop 1 with delayed relay
Variants
Delay time
SUBTYPE:
Parameters
Name:
Release time
Unlocking device
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
Relay delay
input or time
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
1s … 250s in multiples of 1s
with / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
0s … 300s in multiples of 100ms
Description
After the first output circuit is switched off, the second output circuit is switched on if the zerospeed relays report that machine standstill has occurred. Zero-speed relays are to be assigned
as devices to the second output circuit.
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In order to also facilitate the release of the door lock during communication disturbances and
other errors, the set release time is adhered to for inactive zero-speed relays. This release time
is the time between the switching off of the first output circuit and the switching on of the second.
The release time can be set between 1s and 250s in increments of 1s.
The first output circuit is switched off after the set relay delay time has elapsed; the corresponding message output is switched off immediately (stop category 1). The message output of the
second output circuit is switched at the same time as the corresponding relay output.
Attention!
The message output is not safe. A safe maximum switch-off delay only exists for the
output circuits.
In the event of an internal error in the AS-interface safety monitor, the output circuits
are switched off immediately. For all other errors, e.g. communication interruption, the
set switch-off delay is retained.
Before the first output circuit is switched on, the second must be switched off. If the validation,
ON state, is performed again before the second output circuit is switched on, the first output circuit is switched back on and the second remains switched off.
Notice!
After the AS-interface safety monitor is switched on, the second output circuit is inactive until the monitored movement has come to a standstill, however for no longer than
the duration of the set release time.
Unlocking device function
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After the first output circuit is switched off (e.g. following an emergency shutdown), the second
output circuit is switched on after the set release time has passed (or by the zero-speed relays)
so that the doors unlock. This unlocking is not always desired. By enabling Unlocking device
(checkbox activated), a standard slave can be specified. The state (LOCK signal) of this standard slave determines whether or not the locking is to be retained even after the release time has
passed. When the machine is switched off, the LOCK signal can thus be used to freely turn door
locking on and off.
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Configuration log
Example: with unlocking device
0053
0054
0055
0056
0057
0058
0059
INDEX:
37 = "Name"
TYPE:
104 = door lock and stop 1 with delayed relay
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
input or time
STOP1 DELAY:2.000 Sec
UNLOCK DLY :20.000 Sec
LOCK:
yes
ADDRESS:
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Example: without unlocking device
INDEX:
37 = "Name"
TYPE:
104 = door lock and stop 1 with delayed relay
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
input or time
STOP1 DELAY:2.000 Sec
UNLOCK DLY :20.000 Sec
LOCK:
no
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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0053
0054
0055
0056
0057
0058
0059
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Door lock by means of delay time
Notice!
This output device is available only with two dependent OSSDs.
Icon
Functional device
Door lock
Type
Designation in the configuration log
103
door lock
Variants
Delay time
SUBTYPE:
Parameters
Name:
Release time
Unlocking device
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
time
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
1s … 300s in multiples of 1s
with / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
If the validation, ON state, is performed again before the second output circuit is switched on,
the first output circuit is switched back on and the second remains switched off.
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After the first output circuit is switched off, the second output circuit is switched on after the
set delay time has elapsed. The delay time can be set between 1s and 300s in increments of
1s. Before the first output circuit is switched on, the second must be switched off.
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Notice!
After the AS-interface safety monitor is switched on, the second output circuit is inactive for at least the duration of the set release time.
Unlocking device function
After the first output circuit is switched off (e.g. following an emergency shutdown), the second
output circuit is switched on after the set release time has passed (or by the zero-speed relays)
so that the doors unlock. This unlocking is not always desired. By enabling Unlocking device
(checkbox activated), a standard slave can be specified. The state (LOCK signal) of this standard slave determines whether or not the locking is to be retained even after the delay time has
passed. When the machine is switched off, the LOCK signal can thus be used to freely turn door
locking on and off.
Configuration log
Example: with unlocking device
0036
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
INDEX:
35 = "Name"
TYPE:
103 = door lock
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
time
LOCK:
yes
ADDRESS:
DELAY TIME: 20.000 Sec
10
BIT:
In-0 noninv
6
7
8
9
0
1
Example: without unlocking device
INDEX:
35 = "Name"
TYPE:
103 = door lock
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
time
LOCK:
no
DELAY TIME: 20.000 Sec
6
7
8
9
0
1
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0036
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
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Door lock by means of delay time with stop category 1
Notice!
This output device is available only with two dependent OSSDs.
Icon
Functional device
Door lock
Type
Designation in the configuration log
104
door lock and stop 1 with delayed relay
Variants
Delay time
SUBTYPE:
Parameters
Name:
Release time
Unlocking device
Slave type:
Address:
Bit address:
Relay delay
time
max. 29 ASCII characters plaintext
1s … 250s in multiples of 1s
with / without
standard/A/B slave
AS-interface bus address (1 … 31)
In-0 … In-3 or Out-0 … Out-3,
inverted / not inverted
0s … 300s in multiples of 100ms
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After the first output circuit is switched off, the second output circuit is switched on after the
set delay time has elapsed. The delay time can be set between 1s and 250s in increments of
1s. Before the first output circuit is switched on, the second must be switched off.
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Input mask
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The first output circuit is switched off after the set relay delay time has elapsed; the corresponding message output is switched off immediately (stop category 1). The message output of the
second output circuit is switched at the same time as the corresponding relay output.
Attention!
The message output is not safe. A safe maximum switch-off delay only exists for the
output circuits.
In the event of an internal error in the AS-interface safety monitor, the output circuits
are switched off immediately. For all other errors, e.g. communication interruption, the
set switch-off delay is retained.
If the validation, ON state, is performed again before the second output circuit is switched on,
the first output circuit is switched back on and the second remains switched off.
Notice!
After the AS-interface safety monitor is switched on, the second output circuit is inactive for at least the duration of the set release time.
Unlocking device function
After the first output circuit is switched off (e.g. following an emergency shutdown), the second
output circuit is switched on after the set release time has passed (or by the zero-speed relays)
so that the doors unlock. This unlocking is not always desired. By enabling Unlocking device
(checkbox activated), a standard slave can be specified. The state (LOCK signal) of this standard slave determines whether or not the locking is to be retained even after the delay time has
passed. When the machine is switched off, the LOCK signal can thus be used to freely turn door
locking on and off.
Configuration log
Example: with unlocking device
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0043
0044
0045
0046
0047
0048
0049
INDEX:
36 = "Name"
TYPE:
104 = door lock and stop 1 with delayed relay
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
time
STOP1 DELAY:10.000 Sec
UNLOCK DLY :20.000 Sec
LOCK:
yes
ADDRESS:
20
BIT: In-0 noninv
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Example: without unlocking device
0043
0044
0045
0046
0047
0048
0049
INDEX:
36 = "Name"
TYPE:
104 = door lock and stop 1 with delayed relay
ASSIGNED: channel one
SUBTYPE:
time
STOP1 DELAY:10.000 Sec
UNLOCK DLY :20.000 Sec
LOCK:
no
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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4.3.6 System devices
System devices are internal variables which the user can use to access intermediate results.
During the calculation timespan (cycle time of the bus system), their values are constant. They
are processed before the configured device is calculated, i.e. they contain the values from the
previous calculation.
Notice!
Within a configuration, system devices can only be used as auxiliary variables for the
logical linking of states in the logic devices.
Index
Description
TRUE
1 = static on
State always ON
FALSE
State of output
switching element 1
Negated state of output switching
element 1
State of output
switching element 2
Negated state of output switching
element 2
State of message
output 1
Negated state of
message output 1
State of message
output 2
Negated state of
message output 2
17 = static off
State always OFF
State of the output switching element of OSSD 1
State of devices
before start 1
104
Negated state of the output
18 = not main output one switching element of OSSD 1
State of the output switching ele3 = main output two
ment of OSSD 2
Negated state of output switching
19 = not main output two element of OSSD 2
State of the message output of
4 = notify output one
OSSD 1
Negated state of the message
20 = not notify output one output of OSSD 1
State of the message output of
5 = notify output two
OSSD 2
Negated state of the message
21 = not notify output two output of OSSD 2
Result of the OR link of all start
6 = devices started one devices of OSSD 1
22 = not devices started Negated result of the OR link of
one
all start devices of OSSD 1
Result of the OR link of all start
7 = devices started two
devices of OSSD 2
23 = not devices started Negated result of the OR link of
two
all start devices of OSSD 2
Result of the AND link of the
states of all monitoring, logic and
8 = dev before start one EDM devices of OSSD 1
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Negated state of
OSSD 2
2 = main output one
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Negated state of
OSSD 1
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Negated state of
devices before start 1
State of devices
before start 2
Index
Description
Negated result of the AND link of
24 = not dev before start the states of all monitoring, logic
one
and EDM devices of OSSD 1
Result of the AND link of the
states of all monitoring, logic and
9 = dev before start two EDM devices of OSSD 2
Negated result of the AND link of
25 = not dev before start the states of all monitoring, logic
two
and EDM devices of OSSD 2
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Negated state of
devices before start 2
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4.3.7 Activating and deactivating devices
Changing the state of the devices
Notice!
This functionality is only available in AS-interface safety monitors starting with version
2.0.
AS-interface safety monitors starting with version 2.0 offer the possibility to activate and deactivate devices. As a result, it is possible to configure all conceivable options in the safety-relevant
design of a machine. Through targeted deactivation of devices, the configuration can be adapted
to the actual situation.
Deactivating devices
Attention!
Observe all safety regulations when you deactivate a device. This must only be performed by an authorised safety technician.
When you select a device with the mouse and click the right mouse button, the following pop-up
menu opens:
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In the window which opens, you specify under which conditions the deactivated device is to be replaced in the
configuration. To do this within an AND
device, select the value TRUE. This
also applies for the top configuration
level. To do this within an OR device,
select the value FALSE.
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This device then always delivers the preset value regardless of whether the safe slave is installed on the bus.
This option can also be used for commissioning when the safe slave is not yet installed but parts
of the configuration are to be put into operation.
If the safe AS-interface address of the device to be deactivated is no longer used in any other
device 1), you can decide during deactivation how this address should be used:
1.
2.
Information about bus for address … Delete:
The address should be removed from the bus information (results in no check mark for
this address - neither under "Safe" nor "Standard") if the safe slave is also physically
removed from the AS-interface bus.
Information about bus for address … Retain:
The address is retained as an unused safe address (results in a deselectable check mark
for this address in the "Safe" column) if the safe slave physically remains in the AS-interface bus.
Background:
As long as they remain on the bus, the code sequences of all safe slaves must be known to the
monitor for safety reasons. The code sequences are, therefore, also queried when teaching the
safe configuration (teach) in this case. If, on the other hand, a safe slave is removed from the
bus but not from the bus information, an error message which requests that the configuration
procedure be reperformed does not appear until teaching the safe configuration.
After deactivating a device, the device is displayed in grey. Within logic devices, deactivated devices are represented with green-grey colour (value TRUE) or with red-grey colour (value
FALSE) depending on their value.
Deactivated device
Figure 4.6:
Display of a deactivated device
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Notice!
When you deactivate a logic device, you can no longer see the devices used within the
logic function, and you can also no longer display the logic device. When editing a deactivated device, you can only change the names and the value.
1.
Such multiple usage is, however, only possible with the "zero sequence detection" device.
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Activating devices
In order to reactivate a deactivated device, click the right mouse button on the deactivated device. The following pop-up menu opens.
Select the Activate command. The device is again displayed as a full-colour image.
The safe address is reset to "safe" upon activation in the bus information and marked as used
in the configuration. This is represented by greyed-out fields and a check mark which cannot be
deselected in the "Safe" column.
If the safe address of the deactivated device was removed from the bus information during deactivation, it is first re-registered.
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If, in the meantime, the address in question was assigned to a different, newly configured device,
an address conflict may result. In this case, the input window of the device which is to be activated appears together with an info window which is attached to the edge of the window. Select
either a different safe address from those which are available or ensure (after cancelling activation) that the address of the deactivated device is again available.
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4.4
Saving / loading a configuration
With the Open… command in the File menu, you can load a configuration stored on a data carrier into the asimon program. In asimon it is only possible to work with one configuration, not
several in different windows.
If you are working with an unsaved configuration and would like to use the Open… command to
open a different configuration from a data carrier, you are first asked if you would like to save the
current configuration. If you do not save here, these data are lost.
Figure 4.7:
Confirmation dialog upon opening a configuration
To save a configuration, select either the Save or Save as… command from the File menu. Configurations are saved in the accustomed Windows® manner.
Notice!
asimon configuration files have the extension *.ASI (AS-interface safety monitor,
version 1) or *.AS2 (AS-interface safety monitor, version 2).
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Saving a configuration on a data carrier does not ensure a useful, correct and functioning configuration. For further information, refer to chapter 5.
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5
Commissioning the AS-interface safety monitor
5.1
Procedure
Attention!
As the commissioning of the AS-interface safety monitor involves safety-relevant worksteps, the commissioning must be performed by the safety officer responsible for the
application.
For reasons of safety, the commissioning of the AS-interface safety monitor is performed step
by step according to a fixed procedure.
Step 1 - Call up and edit (optional) configuration
If you would like to change the configuration of a previously configured AS-interface safety monitor, you have the option of reading the configuration stored in the AS-interface safety monitor
into asimon. This is particularly useful when no configuration file has been stored on a data carrier, or when a configuration file has been lost, e.g. due to data loss.
When configuring an AS-interface safety monitor for the first time, or if you would like to completely reconfigure an AS-interface safety monitor, continue with Step 2.
To call up the configuration, proceed as follows:
• If the AS-interface safety monitor is in protective operation, you must first use the Stop command (password-protected) in the Monitor menu to switch it to configuration operation (see
chapter 5.7 "Stopping the AS-interface safety monitor").
• Then transfer the current AS-interface safety monitor configuration to asimon using the
Monitor -> PC ... command in the Monitor menu (see chapter 5.2 "Reading in a configuration from the AS-interface safety monitor").
• Change the configuration in asimon as described in chapter 4.
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Notice!
By querying the diagnostic information of an AS-interface safety monitor used in protective operation, you can reconstruct an unknown configuration, see "Option Diagnostics" on page 13.
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Step 2 - Transfer the configuration to the AS-interface safety monitor
After you have created a valid configuration for the connected AS-interface safety monitor, you
must then transfer it to the AS-interface safety monitor.
Attention!
The existing configuration on the AS-interface safety monitor is overwritten during a
new configuration. If you are not certain whether this configuration will be needed
again in the future, please read it into asimon and save it to a data carrier before performing a new configuration.
If you would like to reconfigure the AS-interface safety monitor, you must first change
the default password to a new password, which is known only to you as the safety
officer (see chapter 5.9 "Entering and changing the password").
Proceed as follows:
• If the AS-interface safety monitor is in protective operation, you must first use the Stop command (password-protected) in the Monitor menu to switch it to configuration operation (see
chapter 5.7 "Stopping the AS-interface safety monitor").
• Then transfer the current configuration from asimon to the AS-interface safety monitor using
the PC -> Monitor ... command (see chapter 5.3 "Transferring a configuration to the ASinterface safety monitor").
• Following successful transfer to the AS-interface safety monitor, the configuration must be
taught in (teaching in the code sequence of the safe AS-interface slaves to be monitored). A
dialog window appears after the configuration has been transferred, asking whether you
would now like to do this.
Step 3 - Teaching the safe configuration
After you have transferred your configuration to the connected AS-interface safety monitor, you
must then teach it in.
This is performed for the purpose of verifying the transferred configuration and for a functional
check of the safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored.
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Proceed as follows:
• Put the AS-interface bus into operation, including all safe AS-interface slaves which are to be
monitored.
• Where possible, set all of the safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored to the
switched-on state (ON).
Notice!
To teach-in the safe configuration, the respective AS-interface bus must be in full operation and the safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored should, if possible,
be in the switched-on state (ON). Otherwise, the AS-interface safety monitor cannot
receive code sequences.
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• Confirm the query "Would you like to teach the code sequences?" with the Yes button or
select on the Monitor menu the Teach safe configuration… command (see chapter 5.4
"Teach safe configuration").
• The code sequences are now taught in. If, due to the system design, not all of the safe ASinterface slaves which are to be monitored can simultaneously be set to the switched-on
state (ON), teaching in of the code sequences is repeated in steps until the code sequences
of all of the slaves which are to be monitored have been read in correctly. To do this, set all of
the safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored to the switched-on state (ON) in
sequence.
If the code sequences of all safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored could reliably be
read in, the provisional configuration log is then immediately transferred to asimon for review by
the safety officer responsible for the application.
Step 4 - Check the configuration log and validate the configuration
Carefully check the provisional configuration log transferred from the AS-interface safety monitor. To do this, you can print out the log or save it as a text file. The structure of the configuration
log is described in detail in chapter 5.8. Following this, you must validate the configuration (password-protected).
Attention!
By validating the configuration, you confirm as safety officer that the system is set up
correctly and all safety-relevant regulations and standards for the application have
been adhered to. To do this, select from the Monitor menu the Validate… command
(see chapter 5.5 "Validating the configuration").
Following validation of the AS-interface safety monitor configuration, the final configuration log
must be transferred to asimon as part of the application documentation to be maintained by the
responsible safety officer.
Print out this log and file it together with the other safety-relevant documentation for your application. In addition, you can also save the log as a text file. The structure of the configuration log
is described in detail in chapter 5.8.
In the final step of the configuration, you must start the AS-interface safety monitor, i.e. switch
from configuration operation to protective operation. To do this, select from the Monitor menu
the Start command (password-protected, see chapter 5.6 "Starting the AS-interface safety monitor").
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You must now check that your application functions properly (see chapter 6 "Diagnostics and
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5.2
Reading in a configuration from the AS-interface safety monitor
First switch the AS-interface safety monitor from protective operation to configuration operation
(see chapter 5.7 "Stopping the AS-interface safety monitor").
To read in the configuration currently stored in the AS-interface safety monitor, select in the
Monitor menu the Monitor -> PC … command. The configuration is then transmitted to asimon.
The transmission takes several seconds. The progress is displayed in a window.
Upon successful conclusion of the data transmission from the AS-interface safety monitor, the
configuration is available in asimon for further editing.
If an error occurs during the data transmission, an error message is output.
5.3
Transferring a configuration to the AS-interface safety monitor
First switch the AS-interface safety monitor from protective operation to configuration operation
(see chapter 5.7 "Stopping the AS-interface safety monitor").
Upon successful conclusion of the data transmission to the AS-interface safety monitor, the configuration is stored in the AS-interface safety monitor.
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To transfer the configuration currently located in asimon to the connected AS-interface safety
monitor, select on the Monitor menu the PC -> Monitor… command. The configuration is then
transmitted to the AS-interface safety monitor. The transmission takes several seconds. The
progress is displayed in a window.
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If an error occurs during the data transmission, an error message is output.
5.4
Teach safe configuration
After you have transferred your configuration to the connected AS-interface safety monitor, you
must then teach in the safe configuration. For this purpose, the code sequences of the safe ASinterface slaves to be monitored by the AS-interface are read in. The code sequence of each
safe AS-interface slave which is to be monitored is stored in the configuration log.
Notice!
Additional information on code sequences and secure AS-interface transmission can
be found in the operating manual for the AS-interface safety monitor.
Before teaching-in the safe configuration, you must commission the AS-interface bus including
all safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored and, where possible, set all safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored to the switched-on state (ON).
If, due to the system design, not all of the safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored
can simultaneously be set to the switched-on state (ON) (e.g. for a wicket gate in a material air
lock in which a switch with safe AS-interface slave is located at each of the end positions), teaching in of the code sequences is repeated in steps until the code sequences of all of the slaves
which are to be monitored have been read in correctly. To do this, set all of the safe AS-interface
slaves which are to be monitored to the switched-on state (ON) in sequence.
To teach-in the code tables, select from the Monitor menu the Teach safe configuration…
command or confirm when prompted "Would you like to teach the code sequences? with the
Yes button.
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The code tables are then taught in by the AS-interface safety monitor. The teaching-in process
takes several seconds. The progress is displayed in a window.
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If not all of the safe AS-interface slaves which are to be monitored can be set to the switched-on
state (ON) simultaneously, the following window appears in which the progress of the teaching
process is graphically depicted.
Now, one after the other, set all safe AS-interface slaves whose code sequences could not previously be read to the switched-on state (ON) for several seconds. The configuration is continuously read by the AS-interface safety monitor. The display of the safe AS-interface slaves which
have already been taught and those which still need to be taught is updated constantly.
Upon successful conclusion of the teaching process, click OK. Immediately afterward, the preliminary configuration log is transmitted to asimon.
Notice!
In the Incremental teach window, switch states S1 and S2 are displayed for the respective slaves in addition to the teach state. In this way, you can also detect possible
device malfunctions or communication faults from a single screen.
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Incremental teaching of the code sequences also functions with older AS-interface
safety monitor models, but takes longer as the entire configuration must always be
loaded into the safety monitor between two successive teach operations.
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The progress of the transmission of the provisional configuration log is displayed in a window.
An info window then prompts you to have the configuration reviewed by the safety officer responsible for the application using the configuration log.
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The provisional configuration log is displayed in asimon in a separate window.
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Notice!
The configuration log is always written in English.
You can print out this provisional configuration log and/or store it as a file, as long as the protocol
window remains open. To do this, select on the Monitor menu in the Configuration log submenu the appropriate command.
With the Save as… command, the standard Windows® dialog window for saving files is opened;
with the Print… command, the file is printed directly on the set printer.
After you have successfully checked the configuration using the provisional configuration log,
you can validate the configuration in the AS-interface safety monitor.
5.5
Validating the configuration
Notice!
By validating the configuration, you confirm as safety officer that the system is set up
correctly and all safety-relevant regulations and standards for the application have
been adhered to.
2 … 8 alphanumerical characters;
A … Z, a … z, 0 … 9
4 … 8 alphanumerical characters;
A … Z, a … z, 0 … 9, default: "SIMON"
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To validate a configuration, select on the Monitor menu the Validate… command. A dialog box
appears in which you can validate a configuration by entering your name and the password.
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Notice!
Configuration validation is, as are several other safety-relevant commands, password
protected. The default password of a brand-new AS-interface safety monitor is "SIMON". You must change this default password to a password known only to the safety
officer responsible for the application (see chapter 5.9 "Entering and changing the
password").
Confirm your entry with the OK button. An info window then confirms successful validation of the
configuration.
Validation information:
- date and time
- name
- code
Notice!
Following successful validation, save the configuration again on the PC. In this way
you ensure that the download time and the taught-in code sequences are also stored
in the configuration file and the asimon diagnostics recognise the correct configuration.
Note the validation information in addition to the password, however, in a different location. Using this information, the manufacturer can generate a generic password
which can be used to re-enable the AS-interface safety monitor should the password
be lost.
The validation information can also be found in line 10 of the final configuration log.
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The configuration log is always written in English.
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The final configuration log is displayed in asimon in a separate window. As an indication of a
validated configuration and to differentiate from a provisional configuration log, the validation information is now displayed in line 10.
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Immediately afterward, the final configuration log is transmitted to asimon. The progress of the
transmission of the final configuration log is displayed in a window.
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"VALIDATED…" (line 10):
indicates a final configuration log with validatio
formation
- date and time
- name
- code
- sequential number of the configuration
You can print out the final configuration log and/or store it as a file. To do this, select on the Monitor menu in the Configuration log submenu the appropriate command.
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With the Save as… command, the standard Windows® dialog window for saving files is opened;
with the Print… command, the file is printed directly on the set default printer.
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The final configuration log serves as safety-relevant, application documentation to be maintained
by the responsible safety officer.
Print out this log and file it together with the other safety-relevant documentation for your application. The structure of the configuration log is described in detail in chapter 5.8.
After you have successfully validated the configuration, you can start the AS-interface safety
monitor, i.e. put it into protective operation.
5.6
Starting the AS-interface safety monitor
If a valid, validated configuration is present in the AS-interface safety monitor, you can switch
the AS-interface safety monitor from configuration operation to protective operation using the
Start command in the Monitor menu.
After starting protective operation, the status bar informs you of the change to the new operating
mode.
The change from protective operation to configuration operation is then possible only by means
of a Stop command (see chapter 5.7 "Stopping the AS-interface safety monitor").
5.7
Stopping the AS-interface safety monitor
If the AS-interface safety monitor is in protective operation, it can be switched to configuration
operation by asimon only by means of the Stop command in the Monitor menu.
A Stop command is accepted by the AS-interface safety monitor when
• the valid password is entered.
• no AS-interface telegrams are present on the bus, even without password.
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A Stop command is treated similarly to the activation (shutting-down) of a monitoring device, i.e.
depending on the configured output device, it may take up to one minute before the AS-interface
safety monitor switches off the safe switching outputs and switches to configuration operation.
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When replacing a defective safe input slave, it is possible to change from protective
operation to configuration operation even without a connected PC by using the AS-interface safety monitor service button. Further information can be found in the operating
manual for the AS-interface safety monitor.
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5.8
Configuration documentation
Configuration log
The configuration log serves as safety-relevant documentation of the application (see
chapter 5.4 and chapter 5.5). It contains all information about the configuration of the AS-interface safety monitor.
The provisional configuration log is to be used by the safety officer for reviewing the configuration of the AS-interface safety monitor and the safety-relevant AS-interface application.
The final configuration log is to be used by the safety officer for documenting the configuration
of the AS-interface safety monitor and the safety-relevant AS-interface application. It is an important part of the safety-relevant documentation of your application and must be filed with the
safety-relevant documentation.
Notice!
The configuration log is always written in English.
The structure is explained below using an example.
**********************************************************************0
CONFIGURATION AS-INTERFACE SAFETY MONITOR
1
IDENT: "Configuration 1"
2
**********************************************************************3
MONITOR SECTION
4
**********************************************************************5
MONITOR VERSION: 02.12 enhanced
6
CONFIG STRUCTURE: 02.01
7
PC VERSION:
02.02
8
DOWNLOAD TIME:
2005/08/05 18:42
9
VALIDATED:
2005/08/05 18:43 BY: "SIMON" CODE: C141 COUNT: 0003 0
MONITOR ADDRESS:
28 - 31 DIAGNOSIS: all devices
1
MODE:
two independent output groups
2
DIAG FREEZE:
no
3
ERROR UNLOCK:
no
4
**********************************************************************5
DEVICE SECTION
6
**********************************************************************7
NUMBER OF DEVICES:
8
8
----------------------------------------------------------------------9
INDEX:
32 = "NA 1"
0
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
1
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
2
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
3
ASSIGNED:
both channels
4
SAFE SLAVE:
1
5
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Example of a final configuration log
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
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INDEX:
33 = "NA 3"
7
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
8
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
9
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
0
ASSIGNED:
channel one
1
SAFE SLAVE:
2
2
----------------------------------------------------------------------3
INDEX:
34 = "NA 2"
4
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
5
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
6
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
7
ASSIGNED:
channel two
8
SAFE SLAVE:
4
9
----------------------------------------------------------------------0
INDEX:
35 = "AOPD 1"
1
TYPE:
20 = double channel forced safety input
2
SUBTYPE:
no startup test
3
SUBTYPE:
no local acknowledge
4
ASSIGNED:
both channels
5
SAFE SLAVE:
3
6
----------------------------------------------------------------------7
INDEX:
36 = "S 2"
8
TYPE:
81 = manual start standard slave
9
ASSIGNED:
channel two
0
ADDRESS:
10
BIT: In-1 noninv
1
----------------------------------------------------------------------2
INDEX:
37 = "S 1"
3
TYPE:
81 = manual start standard slave
4
ASSIGNED:
channel one
5
ADDRESS:
10
BIT: In-0 noninv
6
----------------------------------------------------------------------7
INDEX:
38 = "M 1"
8
TYPE:
101 = stop category 0
9
ASSIGNED:
channel one
0
----------------------------------------------------------------------1
INDEX:
39 = "M 2"
2
TYPE:
101 = stop category 0
3
ASSIGNED:
channel two
4
**********************************************************************5
SUBDEVICE SECTION
6
**********************************************************************7
ADDRESS:
1 used safety input
CODE:
15 64 9E A7
8
ADDRESS:
2 used safety input
CODE:
36 8A BD 57
9
ADDRESS:
3 used safety input
CODE:
39 6B ED 5C
0
ADDRESS:
4 used safety input
CODE:
1B DE CA 76
1
ADDRESS:
5 not used safety input CODE:
1D AE 74 5B
2
ADDRESS:
6 no entry
3
ADDRESS:
7 no entry
4
ADDRESS:
8 no entry
5
ADDRESS:
9 no entry
6
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0027
0028
0029
0030
0031
0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
0045
0046
0047
0048
0049
0050
0051
0052
0053
0054
0055
0056
0057
0058
0059
0060
0061
0062
0063
0064
0065
0066
0067
0068
0069
0070
0071
0072
0073
0074
0075
0076
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Example of a final configuration log
Line 0000 … 0003:
Header information of the configuration log
Line 0002: Configuration title in quotation marks
Line 0004 … 0015:
Information about the AS-interface safety monitor
Line 0006: Software version of the AS-interface safety monitor
Line 0007: Version of the configuration structure (firmware)
Line 0008: Version of the asimon PC software
Line 0009: Time at which the stored configuration was transmitted
Line 0010: Time at which the stored configuration was validated
Line 0011: AS-interface bus address(es) of the safety monitor /
device diagnostics
Line 0012: Operating mode (see "Operating mode" on page 15)
Line 0013: Diagnosis stop yes/no
Line 0014: Reset of error condition yes/no
Line 0016 … 0019:
Start of the device descriptions
Line 0018: Number of configured devices
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0077 ADDRESS:
10 used standard
7
0078 ADDRESS:
11 no entry
8
0079 ADDRESS:
12 no entry
9
0080 ADDRESS:
13 no entry
0
0081 ADDRESS:
14 no entry
1
0082 ADDRESS:
15 no entry
2
0083 ADDRESS:
16 no entry
3
0084 ADDRESS:
17 no entry
4
0085 ADDRESS:
18 no entry
5
0086 ADDRESS:
19 no entry
6
0087 ADDRESS:
20 not used standard
7
0088 ADDRESS:
21 no entry
8
0089 ADDRESS:
22 no entry
9
0090 ADDRESS:
23 no entry
0
0091 ADDRESS:
24 no entry
1
0092 ADDRESS:
25 no entry
2
0093 ADDRESS:
26 no entry
3
0094 ADDRESS:
27 no entry
4
0095 ADDRESS:
28 not used standard
5
0096 ADDRESS:
29 not used standard
6
0097 ADDRESS:
30 not used standard
7
0098 ADDRESS:
31 not used standard
8
0099 **********************************************************************9
0100 INFO SECTION
0
0101 **********************************************************************1
0102 INACTIVE:
none
2
0103 **********************************************************************3
0104 VALIDATED:
2003/12/05 17:36 BY: "simon" CODE: CE07 COUNT: 0028 4
0105 END OF CONFIGURATION
5
01 ************************************************************************6
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Line 0020 … 0026:
Description of the device with index 32
Line 0020: Index and name of the device
Line 0021: Type of device
Line 0022: Device variant
Line 0023: Device variant
Line 0024: OSSD assignment
Line 0025: AS-interface bus address of the corresponding, safe AS-interface slave
Notice!
The detailed descriptions of the devices as well as an example of their respective entries in the configuration log can be found in chapter 4.3.
Line 0027 … 0033:
Description of the device with index 33
Line 0034 … 0040:
Description of the device with index 34
:
:
Line 0062 … 0065:
Description of the device with index 39
Line 0066 … 0099:
Information about the AS-interface bus
Line 0068 … Line 0098:Table of the AS-interface bus addresses with
designation of their assignment, see following explanation
Line 0100 … 0106:
Footer information of the configuration log
Line 0102: Designation of inactive slaves
Line 0104: Repetition of the validation information
Line 0105: Designation of configuration log end
Bus address is occupied by an AS-interface standard slave
which is, however, not monitored by the AS-interface safety
monitor.
used standard
Bus address is occupied by an AS-interface standard slave
which is monitored by the AS-interface safety monitor, e.g. local
acknowledgement, manual start etc.
not used safety input
Bus address is occupied by a safe AS-interface slave which is,
however, not monitored by the AS-interface safety monitor.
Also listed is the code table for this safe AS-interface slave.
used safety input
Bus address is occupied by a safe AS-interface slave which is
monitored by the AS-interface safety monitor, e.g. emergency
shutdown, contactless active protective device (AOPD), safety
guard etc. Also listed is the code table for this safe AS-interface
slave.
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not used standard
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Example of a provisional configuration log (excerpt)
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
:
:
**********************************************************************0
CONFIGURATION AS-INTERFACE SAFETY MONITOR
1
IDENT: "Configuration 1"
2
**********************************************************************3
MONITOR SECTION
4
**********************************************************************5
MONITOR VERSION: 02.12 enhanced
6
CONFIG STRUCTURE: 02.01
7
PC VERSION:
02.02
8
DOWNLOAD TIME:
2005/08/05 19:07
9
NOT VALIDATED
0
MONITOR ADDRESS:
28 - 31 DIAGNOSIS: all devices
1
MODE:
two independent output groups
2
DIAG FREEZE:
no
3
ERROR UNLOCK:
no
4
**********************************************************************5
A provisional configuration log can be identified by the entry "NOT VALIDATED" in line 10
Example configuration log (excerpt) of a faulty configuration
:
:
0075
0076
0077
0078
0079
**********************************************************************5
SUBDEVICE SECTION
6
**********************************************************************7
ADDRESS:
1 used standard
8
ADDRESS:
2 used safety input
CODE:
00 00 00 00
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**** CONFIG ERROR *********************************
****
error in code
**** CONFIG ERROR *********************************
0080
0081
:
:
:
0107
0108
0109
0110
0111
0112
0113
0114
0115
ADDRESS:
ADDRESS:
3 no entry
4 no entry
9
0
1
ADDRESS:
30 no entry
7
ADDRESS:
31 no entry
8
**********************************************************************9
INFO SECTION
0
**********************************************************************1
INACTIVE:
none
2
**********************************************************************3
NOT VALIDATED
4
**** CONFIG ERROR *********************************
****
ERROR IN CONFIGURATION
**** CONFIG ERROR *********************************
The configuration log of a faulty configuration contains error entries.
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In the above example, line 79 contains the error message indicating that the code table of the
safe AS-interface slave is faulty. The code "00 00 00 00" indicates that this safe AS-interface
slave was not switched on (ON state) during the teaching of the safe configuration. Line 115 at
the end of the configuration log also contains the error message indicating that the configuration
is faulty.
AS-interface diagnosis indices
Notice!
If the default assignment of the diagnosis indices is changed (see chapter 7.2 "Assignment of the AS-interface diagnosis indices") and this configuration is loaded into the
AS-interface safety monitor, the current assignments of the device indices to the AS-i
diagnosis indices is included in the configuration log as an assignment list.
Example configuration log with AS-i diagnosis index assignment
0101
0102
0103
0104
0105
0106
0107
0108
0109
0110
0111
0112
0113
**********************************************************************1
INACTIVE:
none
2
----------------------------------------------------------------------3
AS-INTERFACE DIAGNOSIS REFERENCE LIST
4
DIAG INDEX: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15
5
DEVICE:
-- 32 33 35 34 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -6
7
DIAG INDEX: 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
8
DEVICE:
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -9
0
DIAG INDEX: 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
1
DEVICE:
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -2
**********************************************************************3
Printing the configuration
Use the Print command in the File menu to print the configuration currently in asimon.
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Notice!
Printing the configuration using the Print command in the File menu does not replace
the configuration log. It serves only as a good documentation aid in the set program
language.
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Following is an example of such a configuration hardcopy.
- 1 AS-interface safety monitor configuration
Date:
Configuration title:
Download time:
Monitor address:
AS-interface diagnosis:
Operating mode:
Diagnosis stop:
Reset of error condition:
16.12.2005 08:24:20
Configuration 1
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all devices
two independent OSSDs
-
[32] Emergency shutdown
Name:
Type:
Start-up test:
Local acknowledgement:
OSSD:
Address:
"NA 1"
Double channel forced
No
No
1 / 2
1
[33] Emergency shutdown
Name:
Type:
Start-up test:
Local acknowledgement:
OSSD:
Address:
"NA 3"
Double channel forced
No
No
1
2
[34] Emergency shutdown
Name:
Type:
Start-up test:
Local acknowledgement:
OSSD:
Address:
"NA 2"
Double channel forced
No
No
2
4
[35] AOPD
Name:
Type:
Start-up test:
Local acknowledgement:
OSSD:
Address:
"BWS 1"
Double channel forced
No
No
1 / 2
3
[36] Monitored start - standard slave
Name:
OSSD:
Address:
"S 2"
2
10
In-1
not inverted
"S 1"
1
10
In-0
not inverted
[37] Monitored start - standard slave
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Name:
OSSD:
Address:
[38] Stop category 0
Name:
OSSD:
Switch-off delay:
"M 1"
1
0.000 s
Name:
OSSD:
Switch-off delay:
"M 2"
0.000 s
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5.9
Entering and changing the password
The following safety-relevant, important commands are protected in asimon by a password:
•
•
•
•
•
PC -> Monitor…
Teach safe configuration
Validate…
Stop
Change password…
After calling up a password-protected command, a password dialog box opens in which the
password is entered and the authorisation for executing the command is checked.
4 … 8 alphanumerical characters;
A … Z, a … z, 0 … 9, default: "SIMON"
Password is case-sensitive!
If an incorrect password is entered, an error message is output and command execution is interrupted.
Notice!
When a correct password is entered, asimon remembers the password for 5 minutes.
If you execute other password-protected commands during this period, you do not
need to re-enter the password. Each time a password-protected command is executed, the internal marker time is reset to 5 minutes.
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The default password (factory setting) of the AS-interface safety monitor is "SIMON". If you
would like to reconfigure the AS-interface safety monitor, you must first change this default
password to a new one known only to you as safety officer.
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This makes working with the software easier, as you do not need to constantly enter
the password. It should, however, not lead to careless use of the password.
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With the Change password… command in the Monitor menu, you can change the password
of the connected AS-interface safety monitor in configuration operation.
The following dialog box opens:
4 … 8 alphanumerical characters;
A … Z, a … z, 0 … 9
Password is case-sensitive!
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Confirm your entry with the OK button. The new password is now stored in the AS-interface safety monitor and must be used for all password-protected commands from now on.
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6
Diagnostics and error handling
6.1
Diagnostics
With the Diagnostics command in the Monitor menu, you can open the diagnostics view of the
configuration stored in the AS-interface safety monitor.
Notice!
The Diagnostics command is available only when the AS-interface safety monitor is in
protective operation!
In protective operation, the AS-interface safety monitor continuously transmits diagnostic data
to asimon via the configuration interface. In the diagnostics view, the data are displayed in the
status bar as they pass through.
For the diagnostics view, these data are converted for each device in the configuration to virtual
LEDs which offer a fast overview of the state(s) of the OSSD(s).
Example 1: Both OSSDs are validated
Each configured device is assigned an LED which indicates its state.
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In addition, each OSSD also has three LEDs which correspond to the device LEDs on the ASinterface safety monitor: 1, 2 and 3 (for a description of the states, refer to the operating manual
of the AS-interface safety monitor).
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The device LEDs can have the following states:
Display
Colour
green,
continuous
green,
flashing
yellow,
continuous
yellow,
flashing
red,
continuous
red,
flashing
grey,
off
Meaning
Device is in the ON state (switched on)
Device is in the ON state (switched on), but already in the
process of being switched to the OFF state, e.g. switch-off
delay
Device is ready, but is still waiting for another condition, e.g.
local acknowledgement, diagnosis stop or start button
A (start) test must be performed
Device is in the OFF state (switched off)
The error lock is active, release by means of one of the following actions:
• Reset of error condition with the Service button
• Actuate slave for reset of error condition
• Power OFF/ON
• AS-interface bus OFF/ON
No communication with the AS-interface slave
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Notice!
Additional diagnostic information can be obtained via the AS-interface bus and the device LEDs on the AS-interface safety monitor and, if applicable, the participating ASinterface slaves. Additional information on diagnostics can be found in chapter 7.
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Examples of typical diagnostic states follow.
Example 2:
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Example 3:
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6.2
Troubleshooting and error rectification
The asimon software provides information for most errors and operating states via
• the status bar
• message and info window
• the diagnostics
Additional information on troubleshooting can be obtained:
• through diagnostics via the AS-interface bus (see chapter 7)
• the device LEDs on the AS-interface safety monitor
(see operating manual of the AS-interface safety monitor)
• the device LEDs on the participating AS-interface slaves (where present).
If you should still have problems during troubleshooting, please first consult the online help and
the handbooks/operating manuals of the participating devices.
If necessary, check the bus addresses and cable connections of the participating devices.
6.3
Known problems
Problem:
The mouse cursor jumps erratically on the PC screen
The Microsoft Windows operating systems check by default whether a mouse is connected to a
serial interface (COM1, COM2, ...). If the serial connection exists between the safety monitor and
the PC when the PC is started up, the AS-interface safety monitor may be interpreted by the operating system as a mouse.
The result: the mouse cursor jumps erratically about the PC screen.
Remedy:
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As a remedy, the connection to the monitor can be separated while the PC starts. In addition,
the start behaviour of the operating system can be changed. For details, refer to the user documentation provided by the manufacturer of your PC or operating system.
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7
Diagnostics via AS-interface
7.1
General procedure
Notice!
The assignment of an AS-interface slave address for the AS-interface safety monitor is a prerequisite for diagnosing the AS-interface safety monitor on the AS-interface
master.
Using the AS-interface bus, diagnosis of the AS-interface safety monitor and configured devices
is possible from the AS-interface master, normally a PLC with master module.
However, to ensure reliable transmission and efficient evaluation of the diagnostic data, a series
of requirements must be satisfied:
• Relatively long telegram propagation times may occur, particularly when using an additional
bus system between PLC and AS-interface. Owing to the asynchronous transmission in the
master in the case of two successive, identical data calls, the PLC may not necessarily know
when the AS-interface safety monitor is responding to the new call. Thus, the answers to two
successive, different data calls should differ by at least one bit.
• The diagnostic data must be consistent, i.e. the status information sent by the AS-interface
safety monitor must match the actual device states, especially if the propagation time to the
PLC is longer than the updating time in the AS-interface safety monitor
(approx. 30 … 150ms).
• Whether a deactivated relay of an output circuit represents the normal state depends on the
operating mode of the AS-interface safety monitor. The diagnostics in the PLC should only
be called in the event of a deviation from the normal state.
The diagnostic procedure described below satisfies these requirements and should therefore always be followed.
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If the data call changes from (0) to (1), the data set is stored in the AS-interface safety monitor.
Bit D3 in the answer, however, remains reset until the process is concluded. As a result, the PLC
thinks it has received answers to data call (0). If D3 is set, a consistent data set exists.
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Data calls (0) and (1) return the answer X000 if the normal state exists (protective operation,
everything OK). For devices with only one output circuit and with two dependent output circuits,
output circuit 2 is always marked as OK. With two independent output circuits, an unconfigured
circuit is also marked as OK. In order to be able to interpret what is OK and what is not OK, the
user must be familiar with his configuration.
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The PLC always queries the AS-interface safety monitor alternately with two data calls (0) and
(1). These data calls return the basic information (state of the output circuits, protective/configuration operation) to allow a diagnosis. The AS-interface safety monitor answers the two calls
with the same user data (3 bit, D2 … D0). Bit D3 is a control bit, similar (but not identical) to a
toggle bit. D3 is 0 for all even data calls (0); D3 is 1 for all odd data calls (1). This enables the
PLC to detect whether the answer has changed.
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If, with the bit D3 set, the answer from the AS-interface safety monitor signals deactivation of an
output circuit, detailed diagnostic information can now be queried in the stored state with the
specific data calls (2) … (B). Depending on the setting in the configuration of the AS-interface
safety monitor, data calls (4) … (B) return device diagnostic information sorted according to output circuit (see section 7.3.2) or unsorted (see section 7.3.3).
Notice!
If the AS-interface safety monitor is in configuration operation, it is not possible to query the detailed diagnostic information using the data calls (2) … (B).
A fresh data call (0) cancels the stored state again.
7.2
Assignment of the AS-interface diagnosis indices
When performing diagnostics via the AS-i, the PLC is informed of the indices of the devices
which are switched off. In earlier versions of the AS-interface safety monitor, if a device was added to or deleted from the configuration, all subsequent indices were shifted. As a result, it was
necessary for the user to modify the diagnostics program in the PLC.
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In the Edit menu of asimon version 2.1, you can now use the Device index assignment menu
item to freely assign diagnosis indices to the devices for AS-interface diagnostics.
Notice!
You can also call up the Device index assignment window by clicking the Diagnosis
index button when creating or editing a device. When editing a device, the current diagnosis index of the device is also displayed below the Diagnosis index button.
In the lower right part of the Device-index assignment for AS-i diagnostics window, you can
first define whether the diagnosis index is to use the range from 0 … 47 (default setting) or the
range from 32 … 79 (analogous to the device index).
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By activating the Risk of overwriting checkbox, asimon will display the following info window
to warn you if you attempt to assign an already assigned diagnosis index to a different device.
Editing assignments
By default, all configured devices are assigned sequentially increasing diagnosis indices. The
device with index 32 is assigned diagnosis index 0, the device with index 33 is assigned diagnosis index 1, etc.
Notice!
Use the Device sorting button to restore this original assignment at any time.
If the default assignment of the diagnosis indices is changed, the colour of the table
headings changes from grey to green.
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Direct editing of the device indices in the upper window area in the Device index column.
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When editing the assignment table, the following options are always available:
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If a device is not assigned to a diagnosis index, the Device index assignment window is split horizontally and the unassigned devices appear in the lower window area.
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•
•
Direct editing of the diagnosis indices in the lower window area in the Diagnosis
index column.
Editing via the AS-i sorting, Delete assignment, Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete line and
Insert line buttons.
Editing with keyboard commands:
Cursor buttons and <Tab> (Navigation)
<Alt>+<B> (Device sorting),
<Alt>+<A> (AS-i sorting),
<Alt>+<l> (Delete assignment),
<Ctrl>+<X> (Cut),
<Ctrl>+<C> (Copy),
<Ctrl>+<V> (Paste),
<Delete> (Delete line),
<Insert> (Insert line),
<Ctrl>+<Z> (Undo),
<Ctrl>+<Y> (Redo),
Use the Undo
made step-by-step.
and Redo
buttons to reverse or restore changes which you have
Device sorting
The original sequentially increasing assignment of all configured devices to the diagnosis indices is restored.
AS-i sorting
All devices assigned to an AS-interface address are assigned to the diagnosis index which corresponds to the AS-interface address. The remaining devices are listed in the lower window area
by increasing device index.
Delete assignment
The assignment of the devices to the diagnosis indices is completely deleted and all devices are
listed in the lower window area by increasing device index.
Cut
The contents of the marked line are cut and then added at the appropriate location in the lower
window area; the line remains empty.
Copy
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The contents of the marked line are copied to the clipboard.
Paste
The contents of the clipboard are pasted into the marked line.
The marked line is deleted and the device added at the appropriate location in the lower window
area; the lines which follow the deleted line are shifted up (diagnosis index minus one).
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Insert line
A blank line is added above the marked line, the lines which follow the added line are shifted
down (diagnosis index plus one).
After all changes have been made, click the OK button to accept the new device index assignment for the AS-interface diagnostics.
Notice!
If the default assignment of the diagnosis indices is changed (indicated by a change in
the colour of the table headings from grey to green) and this configuration is loaded
into the AS-interface safety monitor, the current assignment of the device indices to
the AS-i diagnosis indices is included in the configuration log as an assignment list.
Example configuration log with AS-i diagnosis index assignment
**********************************************************************1
INACTIVE:
none
2
----------------------------------------------------------------------3
AS-INTERFACE DIAGNOSIS REFERENCE LIST
4
DIAG INDEX: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15
5
DEVICE:
-- 32 33 35 34 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -6
7
DIAG INDEX: 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
8
DEVICE:
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -9
0
DIAG INDEX: 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
1
DEVICE:
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -2
**********************************************************************3
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0101
0102
0103
0104
0105
0106
0107
0108
0109
0110
0111
0112
0113
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7.3
Telegrams
7.3.1 Diagnosis of AS-interface safety monitor
State of output circuits, operating mode
Notice!
The alternate sending of data calls (0) and (1) is essential for consistent data transmission. see "Diagnostic procedure" on page 134.
The binary values of the data calls relate to the AS-interface level and may possibly be inverted at PLC level.
Data call / Value
(0) / 1111
State of monitor
Answer
D3 … D0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1XXX
Answer
D3 … D0
1000
(1) / 1110
Store diagnostic
information (state of
monitor)
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
Protective operation, everything OK
(unavailable, unconfigured or dependent output circuits
are displayed as OK).
Protective operation, output circuit 1 off.
Protective operation, output circuit 2 off.
Protective operation, both output circuits off.
Configuration operation: Power On.
Configuration operation
Reserved / not defined
Configuration operation, fatal device error,
RESET or device exchange required.
No up-to-date diagnostic information available, please
wait.
Meaning
Protective operation, everything OK
(unavailable, unconfigured or dependent output circuits
are displayed as OK).
Protective operation, output circuit 1 off.
Protective operation, output circuit 2 off.
Protective operation, both output circuits off.
Configuration operation: Power On.
Configuration operation
Reserved / not defined
Configuration operation, fatal device error,
RESET or device exchange required.
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Data call / Value
Meaning
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State of device LEDs
Data calls (2) and (3) return a simplified indication of the output circuit LEDs on the AS-interface
safety monitor.
If answer to data call (1) = 10XX:
Data call / Value Answer
D3 … D0
(2) / 1101
0000
State of LEDs of 0001
output circuit 1
0010
0011
01XX
Data call / Value Answer
D3 … D0
(3) / 1100
1000
State of LEDs of 1001
output circuit 2
1010
1011
Green = contacts of output circuit closed
Yellow = startup/restart-disable active
Yellow flashing or red = contacts of output circuit open
Red flashing = error on level of the monitored AS-interface components
Reserved
Meaning
Green = contacts of output circuit closed
Yellow = startup/restart-disable active
Yellow flashing or red = contacts of output circuit open
Red flashing = error on level of the monitored AS-interface components
Reserved
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Meaning
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Colour coding
Notice!
The colour of a device corresponds to the colour of the virtual LEDs in the diagnostic
view of the asimon configuration software. A device which is not assigned to any output circuit is always shown in green.
Code CCC
(D2 … D0)
000
001
Colour
Meaning
green,
continuous
green,
flashing
Device is in the ON state (switched on)
010
yellow,
continuous
011
yellow,
flashing
red,
continuous
red,
flashing
100
101
110
grey,
off
Table 7.1:
Device is in the ON state (switched on), but already in
the process of being switched to the OFF state, e.g.
switch-off delay
Device is ready, but is still waiting for another condition,
e.g. local acknowledgement, diagnosis stop or start button
Time condition exceeded, action must be repeated, e.g.
synchronisation time exceeded
Device is in the OFF state (switched off)
The error lock is active, release by means of one of the
following actions:
• Acknowledge with the service button
• Power OFF/ON
• AS-interface bus OFF/ON
No communication with the AS-interface slave
Colour coding
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Notice!
During proper protective operation, there are also devices which are not in the green
state. When searching for the cause of a shutdown, the device with the lowest device
index is the most important. Others may just be subsequent effects (example: when
the emergency shutdown button is pressed, the start device and timer are also in the
OFF state).
By appropriately programming the functional device in the PLC, the user can be guided
to the primary cause of the error. Detailed knowledge of the configuration and the function of the AS-interface safety monitor are necessary for the interpretation of additional
information.
Because the device numbers can be shifted if the configuration is changed, we recommend using the diagnosis index assignment.
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7.3.2 Diagnosis of devices, sorted according to OSSD
With the appropriate configuration setting, data calls (4) … (B) return device diagnostic information sorted according to output circuit.
Notice!
Make sure that the correct diagnosis type is set for the AS-interface safety monitor in
the Information about monitor and bus window of the asimon configuration software.
The values returned in calls (5) and (6) as well as (9) and (A) refer to the device diagnosis index in the configuration program and not to an AS-interface address.
Always execute data calls (4) … (7) and (8) … (B) together in sequence for each device.
Sorted device diagnosis, output circuit 1
If answer to data call (1) = 10X1:
Data call / Value
(5) / 1010
Device address
HIGH, output
circuit 1
Data call / Value
(6) / 1001
Device address
LOW, output circuit 1
Data call / Value
XXX = 0:
XXX = 1 … 6:
XXX = 7:
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
1CCC
no devices, answers to data calls
(5) … (7) not relevant
number of devices in output circuit 1
number of devices is > 6 in output
circuit 1
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnosis index of device in output
circuit 1 of configuration
(HHHLLL = diagnosis index)
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
diagnosis index of device in output
circuit 1 of configuration
(HHHLLL = diagnosis index)
Meaning
CCC = colour (see table 7.1 on page 141)
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(7) / 1000
Colour of device,
output circuit 1
Meaning
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Number of devices
not green, output
circuit 1
Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
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Sorted device diagnosis, output circuit 2
If answer to data call (1) = 101X:
Data call / Value
(8) / 0111
Number of devices
not green, output
circuit 2
Data call / Value
(9) / 0110
Device address
HIGH, output
circuit 2
Data call / Value
(A) / 0101
Device address
LOW, output circuit 2
Data call / Value
(B) / 0100
Colour of device,
output circuit 2
Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
Meaning
XXX = 0:
XXX = 1 … 6:
XXX = 7:
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
1CCC
Meaning
no devices, answers to data calls
(5) … (7) not relevant
number of devices in output circuit 2
number of devices is > 6 in output
circuit 2
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnosis index of device in output
circuit 2 of configuration
(HHHLLL = diagnosis index)
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
diagnosis index of device in output
circuit 2 of configuration
(HHHLLL = diagnosis index)
CCC = colour (see table 7.1 on page 141)
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Notice!
Data calls (C) 0011 to (F) 0000 are reserved.
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7.3.3 Diagnosis of devices, unsorted
With the appropriate configuration setting, data calls (4) … (B) return unsorted device diagnostic
information for all devices.
Notice!
Make sure that the correct diagnosis type is set for the AS-interface safety monitor in
the Information about monitor and bus window of the asimon configuration software.
The values returned in calls (5) and (6) as well as (9) and (A) refer to the device diagnosis index in the configuration program and not to an AS-interface address.
Always execute data calls (4) … (7) and (8) … (B) together in sequence for each device.
Unsorted device diagnosis, all devices
If answer to data call (1) = 1001, 1010 or 1011:
Data call / Value
(5) / 1010
Device address
HIGH
Data call / Value
(6) / 1001
Device address
LOW
Data call / Value
(7) / 1000
Colour of device
Data call / Value
XXX = 0:
XXX = 1 … 6:
XXX = 7:
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Meaning
no devices, answers to data calls
(5) … (7) not relevant.
number of devices not green.
number of devices not green is > 6
(for colours, see table 7.1 on page 141).
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnosis index of device of configuration (HHHLLL = diagnosis index).
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
Answer
D3 … D0
1CCC
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
Meaning
diagnosis index of device of configuration (HHHLLL = diagnosis index).
CCC = colour (see table 7.1 on page 141).
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Meaning
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(4) / 1011
Number of devices
not green,
continuous
Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
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Data call / Value
(9) / 0110
Device address
HIGH
Data call / Value
(A) / 0101
Device address
LOW
Data call / Value
(B) / 0100
Assignment to output circuit
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
10XX
Meaning
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnosis index of device of configuration (HHHLLL = diagnosis index).
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
XX = 00:
XX = 01:
XX = 10:
XX = 11:
diagnosis index of device of configuration (HHHLLL = diagnosis index).
device from pre-processing
device from output circuit 1
device from output circuit 2
device from both output circuits
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Notice!
Data calls (C) 0011 to (F) 0000 are reserved.
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7.4
Example: Querying with diagnosis sorted according to OSSD
State of output circuits, operating mode
Start
State of device LEDs
Diagnostics
Optional
Data call (0)
State
Data call (2)
LEDs of circuit 1
Answer to (0) ≠ 0X00
Data call (1)
Freeze query
Data call (3)
LEDs of circuit 2
Answer to (1) ≠ 1X00
Diagnosis or
Start
Diagnostics
Device diagnosis, output circuit 1
Diagnostics
Device diagnosis, output circuit 2
Diagnostics
Answer to (1) = 10X1
Answer to (1) = 101X
Data call (4)
Number
Data call (8)
Number
Data call (5)
Address HIGH
Data call (9)
Address HIGH
Next device
Data call (B)
Colour
Diagnosis index < previous diagnosis index
Diagnosis or
Start
Diagnosis index < previous diagnosis index
Diagnosis or
Start
Figure 7.1: Querying with diagnosis sorted according to output circuit
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Colour
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Data call (A)
Address LOW
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Data call (6)
Address LOW
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Mannheim
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www.pepperl-fuchs.com
Worldwide Headquarters
Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH · Königsberger Allee 87
68307 Mannheim · Germany
Tel. +49 621 776-0 · Fax +49 621 776-1000
E-mail: [email protected]
USA Headquarters
Pepperl+Fuchs Inc. · 1600 Enterprise Parkway
Twinsburg, Ohio 44087 · USA
Tel. +1 330 4253555 · Fax +1 330 4254607
E-mail: [email protected]
Asia Pacific Headquarters
Pepperl+Fuchs Pte Ltd. · P+F Building
18 Ayer Rajah Crescent · Singapore 139942
Company Registration No. 199003130E
Tel. +65 67799091 · Fax +65 68731637
E-mail: [email protected]
Subject to reasonable modifications due to technical advances
Copyright PEPPERL+FUCHS • Printed in Germany
TDOCT-0067AENG
Part No. 118893
01/2006
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