DEVICENET (English)
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Interface card DEVICENET
fOr Thyro-P and thyro-p MC
July 2014DE/EN - V3
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table of contents
1. Introduction 7
1.1 General 7
1.2 Specific characteristics 7
1.3 Type designation 8
1.4 Warranty 8
2. Safety 9
2.1 Identification in the operating instructions 9
2.2 General danger information 10
2.3 Operator requirements 11
2.4 Personnel requirements 11
2.5 Intended purpose 11
2.6 Use of the device
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2.6.1 Operation 12
2.6.2 Prior to installation / start-up 12
2.6.3 Maintenance, service, faults 12
2.6.4 Transport 13
3. Installation & Setup 14
3.1 Installation 14
3.2 Setup the address 14
3.3 Setup the communication speed 14
3.4 Connection 14
3.5 Controller setup 15
4. Object specifications 16
4.1 0x01 Identity Object 16
4.2 0x02 Message Router Object 17
4.3 0x03 DeviceNet Object 17
4.4 0x04 Assembly Object 18
4.5 0x05 Connection Object 19
4.6 0x0F Parameter Object 21
4.7 0x64-0x66 Vendor Specific Object 22
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5. Status LEDs 24
6. Digital Inputs 26
7. Local operation of the Setpoint Motorpoti 28
8. Assembly 31
8.1 Assembly 101: Setpoint (Output for Poll) 31
8.2 Assembly 102: Setpoint, State… (Input for Poll) 32
8.3 Assembly 103: Actual value Thyro-P 1P 33
8.4 Assembly 104: Actual value Thyro-P 2P 34
8.5 Assembly 105: Actual value Thyro-P 3P 34
8.6 Assembly 106: Other actual value 35
9. Attributes 36
9.1 Attributes of Class 0x64 36
9.2 Attributes of Class 0x65 39
9.3 Attributes of Class 0x66 41
10. Technical specifications
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list of illustrations and tables
Fig. 1.1 DeviceNet interface card Fig. 3.1 Wiring connection Fig. 6.2 Example of connecting inputs Fig. 7.1 Relative changing of the motorpoti setpoint over the time Fig. 7.2 Local operation of the setpoint motorpoti Fig. 7.3 State diagram
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Tab. 4.1 Identity Object Class Attributes Tab. 4.2 Identity Object Instance Attributes Tab. 4.3 Identity Object Services Tab. 4.4 DeviceNet Object Class Attributes Tab. 4.5 DeviceNet Object Instance Attributes Tab. 4.6 DeviceNet Object Services Tab. 4.7 Assembly Object Class Attributes Tab. 4.8 Assembly Object Instance Attributes Tab. 4.9 Assembly Object Services Tab. 4.10 Connection Class Instances Tab. 4.11 Connection Class Attributes Tab. 4.12 Connection Class Instance Attributes Tab. 4.13 Connection Class Services Tab. 4.14 Parameter Class Attributes Tab. 4.15 Parameter Class Services Tab. 4.16 Thyro-P attributes Tab. 4.17 Vendor specific Objects Class Attributes Tab. 4.18 Vendor specific Object Services Tab. 5.1 Module Status LED Tab. 5.2 Network Status LED Tab. 6.1 Connection assignment X21 Tab. 8.1 Output Assembly 101 Tab. 8.2 Description of the Configuration byte Tab. 8.3 Input Assembly 102 Tab. 8.4 LED & Relays state Tab. 8.5 Digital Input Tab. 8.6 Thyro-P state
Tab. 8.7 Setpoint active Tab. 8.8 Input Assembly 103 Tab. 8.9 Input Assembly 104 16
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Tab. 8.10 Input Assembly 105 Tab. 8.11 Input Assembly 106 Tab. 9.1 Setpoints Tab. 9.2 Actual values Tab. 9.3 Functions Tab. 9.4 Hardware Tab. 9.5 Operating mode
Tab. 9.6 Times Tab. 9.7 Controls Tab. 9.8 Limit Tab. 9.9 Control characteristic
Tab. 9.10 Temperature
Tab. 9.11 Analog outputs
Tab. 9.12 Monitoring
Tab. 9.13 LED & Relays
Tab. 9.14 Miscellaneous 34
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contact
Technical queries
Do you have any technical queries regarding the subjects dealt with in
these operating instructions?
If so, please get in touch with our team for power controllers:
Phone +49 (0) 2902 763-520
commercial queries
Do you have any commercial queries on power controllers?
If so, please get in touch with our team for power controllers.
Phone +49 (0) 2902 763-558
Service
Advanced Energy Industries GmbH
Branch Office Warstein-Belecke
Emil-Siepmann-Straße 32
D-59581 Warstein
Phone +49 (0) 2902 763-0
http://www.advanced-energy.com
Copyright
No part of these operating instructions may be transmitted, reproduced and/
or copied by any electronic or mechanical means without the express prior
written permission of Advanced Energy.
© Copyright Advanced Energy Industries GmbH 2014.
All rights reserved.
Further information on copyright
Thyro-™, Thyro-P™ are registered trademark of Advanced Energy Industries
GmbH.
All other company and product names are (registered) trademarks of the
respective owners.
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1. introduction
1.1 general
This communications card adds the DeviceNet communications interface
to the Thyro-P (thyristor power controller). It can be used for integrating the
Thyro-P into complex systems using the fieldbus. In addition, there are 4
digital electrically isolated inputs on the card (see section 6). These can be
accessed via terminal X21.
1.2 specific characteristics
X21
The scope of delivery includes:
- A DeviceNet interface card
- A cover for installing in the Thyro-P
- A diskette containing the files needed for project planning
- These instructions
The DeviceNet connection uses a 5-pin Open Connector (X20). It provides the
standard connection for DeviceNet. The DeviceNet card needs 80 mA from
the 24V supply.
X20
X24
LEDs
Fig. 1.1 DeviceNet interface card
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1.3 Type designation
DeviceNet interface card Corresponding GSD file Order No. 2000 000 394
03F9000C00010200
1.4 warranty
In the event of any claims in connection with the DeviceNet interface card,
please contact us immediately quoting:
- Type designation
- Works number / Serial number
- Reason for the complaint
- Environmental conditions of the device
- Operating mode
- Period of use
Goods and services are subject to the general conditions of supply for
products of the electrical industry, and our general sales conditions.
Claims in connection with supplied goods must be submitted within one
week of receipt, along with the delivery note. Advanced Energy will rescind all
obligations such as warranty agreements, service contracts, etc. entered into
by Advanced Energy or its representatives without prior notice if maintenance and repair work is carried out using anything other than original Advanced Energy spare parts or spare parts purchased from Advanced Energy.
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2. safety
2.1 identifcation in the operating
instructions
In these operating instructions, there are warnings before dangerous
actions. These warnings are divided into the following danger categories:
danger
Dangers that can lead to serious injuries or fatal injuries.
WARNiNG
Dangers that can lead to serious injuries or considerable
damage to property.
caution
Dangers that can lead to injuries and damage to property.
caution
Dangers that can lead to minor damage to property.
The warnings can also be supplemented with a special danger symbol
(e.g. „Electric current“ or „Hot parts“), e.g.
risk of electric current or
risk of burns.
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In addition to the warnings, there is also a general note for useful information.
note
Content of note
2.2 general danger information
danger
Failure to observe the safety regulations in the operating
instructions for the power controllers used risk of injury or
damage to the device or plant.
> Observe all safety regulations in the safety chapter of the operating instructions for the power controllers used.
danger
Electric current
Risk of injury from live parts / Risk of damage to the bus module
> Never operate the device without the cover.
> Only carry out adjustments or wiring when the device is deenergised.
caution
Risk of damage to the bus module
The current at terminals X1.5 to X8.5 may not exceed 120 mA.
> Check the connection data of the upstream relay.
Note
Communication faults
To avoid communication faults, observe the following points:
> Use shielded cables.
> Ensure grounding on the bus module (X1.7 to X8.7). Do not also ground on
the power controller.
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2.3 operator requirements
The operator must ensure the following:
· That the safety regulations of the operating instructions are observed.
· That the accident prevention regulations valid in the respective country of
use and the general safety regulations are observed.
· That all safety devices (covers, warning signs etc.) are present, in perfect
condition and are used correctly.
· That national and regional safety regulations are observed.
· That the personnel has access to the operating instructions and safety regulations at all times.
· That operating conditions and restrictions resulting from the technical data
are observed.
· That, should abnormal voltages, noises, increased temperatures, vibration or
similar occur, the device is immediately put out of operation and the maintenance personnel is informed.
2.4 personnel requirements
Only qualified electro-technical personnel who are familiar with the
pertinent safety and installation regulations may perform the following:
- Transport
- Installation
- Connection
- Start-up
- Maintenance
- Testing
- Operation.
These operating instructions must be read carefully by all persons
working with or on the equipment prior to installation and initial start-up.
2.5 intended purpose
The device may only be used for the pupose for which it was intended,
as persons may otherwise be exposed to dangers (e.g. electric shock,
burns) and plants also (e.g. overload). The user must therefore observe
the following points:
- It is not permitted to make any unauthorised modifications to the unit or to
use any spare parts or replacement parts not approved by Advanced Energy,
or to use the unit for any other purpose.
- The warranty obligations of the manufacturer are only applicable if these
operating instructions are observed and complied with.
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- The device is a component that cannot function alone.
- Project planning must account for the proper use of the device.
2.6 use of the device
2.6.1 operation
- Only switch on the mains voltage at the machine when there is no danger to
persons, system or load.
- Protect the device against dust and damp.
- Ensure that the ventilation openings are not blocked.
2.6.2 prior to installation / start-up
- If stored in a cold environment: ensure that the device is absolutely dry. (Allow the device a period of at least two hours to acclimatise before start-up.)
- Ensure sufficient ventilation of the cubicle if mounted in a cubicle.
- Observe minimum spacing.
- Ensure that the device cannot be heated up by heat sources below it.
- Ground the device in accordance with local regulations.
- Connect the device in accordance with the connection diagram.
2.6.3 Maintenance, service, faults
In order to avoid injuries and damage, the user must observe the
following:
- Before all work:
> Disconnect the device from all external voltage sources.
> Secure the device against accidentally being switched back on.
> Use suitable measuring instruments and check that there is no voltage
present.
> Ground and short-circuit the device.
> Provide protection by covers or barriers for any neighbouring live parts.
- The device may only be serviced and repaired by trained electrotechnical
personnel.
2.6.4 Transport
- Only transport the device in the original packaging.
- Protect the device against damage, caused, for instance, by jolts, knocks and
contamination.
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3. INSTALLATION & setup
3.1 Installation
Make sure that the control section is switched off. Plug the DeviceNet interface card into the extension slot and install the cover plate.
3.2 setup the Address
For communication the DeviceNet interface card needs an address
(0-63). For this the same address is used, which is also used for communi-cation
via LWL (fibre optics) and RS232. This can be adjusted with the LBA-2, the
Thyro-Tool Family and of course via DeviceNet. For DeviceNet the address
range goes from 0 to 63. All addresses greater than 63 will be interpreted as
63. After change of Address a save is produced. That means all actual settings
are also saved.
attention
The power controller must be switched off after a modification of the address
via LBA-2 or Thyro-Tool Family, in order to activate the new address.
3.3 setup the communication speed
This device detects the communication speed of the DeviceNet. So no
adjustment has to be made. The communication speed 125, 250 and 500
kBaud are supported.
3.4 connection
Cable selection, cable routing, shielding, bus connector, bus termination and
transmission times are all described in the “DeviceNet specification, volumes
I, II“, published by ODVA.
For connection to the DeviceNet we deliver with the card a standard
open-style connector. Figure 3.1 shows how to connect the card to the
DeviceNet.
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fig. 3.1 wiring connection
3.5 controller setup
A controller needs an EDS file (electronic data sheet) for configuring each
DeviceNet node. Therefore register the EDS-file, which is de-livered with the
DeviceNet interface card, with the configuration tool. After installing the EDS
file scan the network for any attached nodes. Next step is to configure the
scanner. Therefore all nodes have to be added to the scanner’s scan list.
Then for every node the IO-Parameters have to be set. After downloading the
configuration to the scanner, the Thyro-P is ready for communication.
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4. OBJEct specifications
4.1 0x01 Identity Object
This object provides identification of and general information about the
device.
attr. access
ID
rule
name
Data
type
description
of attribute
semantics of values
default
1
Get
Revision
UINT
Revision of this
object.
If updates that require an increase in this
value are made, then the value of this
attribute increases by 1.
1
2
Get
Max
Instance
UINT
Max. instance
number of an
object currently
created in this
class level of the
device.
The largest instance number of a created
object at this class hierarchy level.
1
tab. 4.1 identity object class attributes
attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description of attribute
default
1
Get
Vendor ID
UINT
Identification of vendor by number.
1017
2
Get
Device Type UINT
Indication of general type of product. This device is a Commu- 12
nications Adapter.
3
Get
Product
Code
UINT
Identification of a particular product of an individual vendor.
4
Get
Revision
STRUCT of: Revision of the item the Identitiy Object represents.
Major
Revision
USINT
1
Minor
Revision
USINT
1
1
5
Get
Status
WORD
Summary status of device.
1
6
Get
Serial
Number
DINT
Serial number of device.
1
7
Get Name
Product
STRIN
SHORT_
Human-readable identification.
Thyro-P
DeviceNet
Interface
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Get
State
USINT
Present state of the device
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Get/Set
Heartbeat
Intervall
USINT
The nominal interval between heartbeat messages in seconds 0
tab. 4.2 identity object instance attributes
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service
code
class
supported
instance
service name
description of service
0x0E
Yes
0x10
N/A
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Returns the content of the specified attribute.
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
0x05
N/A
Modifies a DeviceNet Object attribute value.
Yes
Reset
Invokes the Reset service for the device.
tab. 4.3 identity object services
4.2 0x02 Message Router Object
The Message Router is implemented as an Object that has no externally
visible Attributes or Services. It only implements a behavior.
4.3 0x03 DeviceNet Object
attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description
of attribute
1
Revision
UINT
Revision of the
If updates that require an increase in
DeviceNet Object this value are made, then the value
Class Definition
of this attribute increases by 1.
upon which the
implementation is
based.
Get
semantics of values
default
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tab. 4.4 devicenet object class attributes
attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description of attribute
default
1
Get/Set
MAC ID
USINT
Node Address.
63
2
Get/Set
Baud Rate
USINT
Baud Rate.
Auto (2)
3
Get/Set
BOI
BOOL
Bus-Off interrupt.
1
4
Get/Set
Bus-Off
Counter
USINT
Number of times DeviceNet went to the Bus-Off state.
0
5
Get
Allocation STRUCT of:
Information
Allocation
Choice
Byte
BYTE
Refer to DeviceNet Specification.
0
Master´s
MAC ID
USINT
MAC ID of Master (from Allocate)
0xFF
tab. 4.5 DeviceNet object instance attributes
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service
code
supported
class
instance
service name
description of service
0x0E
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Returns the content of the specified attribute.
0x10
0x4B
N/A
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Modifies a DeviceNet Object attribute value.
N/A
Yes
Allocate_Master/
Slave_Connection_Set
Requests the use of the Predefined Master/Slave
Connection Set.
0x4C
N/A
Yes
Release_Group_2_
Identifier_Set
Indicates that the specified Connections within the
Predefined Master/Slave Connection Set are no
longer desired. These connections are to be released
(Deleted).
tab. 4.6 DeviceNet object services
4.4 0x04 Assembly Object
The Assembly Object binds attributes of multiple objects, which allows
data to or from each object to be sent or received over a single connection.
attr. access
ID
rule
name
Data
type
description
of attribute
semantics of values
default
1
Get
Revision
UINT
Revision of this
object.
If updates that require an increase in this
value are made, value of this attribute
increases by 1.
2
2
Get
Number of UINT
Instances
Number of object The number of object instances at this
instances currently class hierarchy level.
created at this
class level of the
device.
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tab. 4.7 assembly object class attributes
attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description of attribute
3
Data
ARRAY
The data contained in the assembly object
(see assembly).
Get
tab. 4.8 assembly object instance attributes
default
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service
code
class
supported
instance
0x0E
Yes
Yes
service name
description of service
Get_Attribute_Single
Returns the content of the specified attribute.
tab. 4.9 Assembly object services
4.5 0x05 connection Object
connection instance id
connection
1
Explicit Connection
2
Polled I/O Connection
3-7
Dynamic Explicit Connections
tab. 4.10 connection class instances
attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description
of attribute
semantics of values
default
1
Revision
UINT
Revision of this
object.
If updates that require an increase in this
value are made, then the value of this
attribute increases by 1.
1
Get
tab. 4.11 connection class attributes
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attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description of attribute
1
Get
State
USINT
State of the object.
2
Get
Instance_type
USINT
Indicates either I/0 or Messaging Connection
3
Get/Set4
TransportClass_
trigger
BYTE
Defines behaviour of the Connection.
4
Get/Set4
DeviceNet_
produced_
connection_id
UINT
Placed in DeviceNet Identifier Field when the Connection transmits on a DeviceNet subnet. Described on Vol. 3, DeviceNet
Adaption of CIP.
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Get/Set4
DeviceNet_
consumed_
connection_id
UINT
DeviceNet Identifier Field value that denotes message to be
received on a DeviceNet subnet. Described in Vol. 3, DeviceNet
Adaption of CIP.
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Get1/4/Set4
DeviceNet_
initial_comm_
characteristics
BYTE
Defines the Message Group(s) across which productions and
consumptions associated with this Connection occur on a DeviceNet subnet. Described in Vol. 3, DeviceNet Adaption of CIP.
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Get
Produced_
connection_size
UINT
Maximum number of bytes transmitted across this
Connection.
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Get
Consumed_
connection_size
UINT
Maximum number of bytes received across this
Connection.
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Get/Set
Expected_
packet_rate
UINT
Defines timing associated with this Connection.
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Get
Watchdog_
timeout_action
USINT
Defines how to handle Inactivity/Watchdog timeouts
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Get
Produced_
connection_
path_length
UINT
Number of bytes in the produced_connection_path attribute
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Get/Set2/3/4
Produced_
connection_path
Packed
EPATH
Specifies the Application Object(s) whose data is to be produced by this Connection Object. See Appendix C.
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Get
Consumed_
connection_
path_length
UINT
Number of bytes in the consumed_connection_path attribute.
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Get/Set2/3/4
Consumed_
connection_path
Packed
EPATH
Specifies the Application Object(s) that are to receive the data
consumed by this Connection Object. See Appendix C.
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Get/Set2/3/4
Production_
inhibit_time
UINT
Defines minimum time between new data production. This
attribute is required for all I/O Client connections, except those
with a production trigger of Cyclic.
tab. 4.12 Connection class instance attributes
1 Only Explicit Connection, 2 Only Polled I/O Connection, 3 Only COS/Cyclic I/O Connection,
4 Only Dynamic Explicit Connections
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service
code
supported
class
instance
service name
description of service
0x0E
Yes
0x10
N/A
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Returns the content of the specified attribute.
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
0x05
Modifies a DeviceNet Object attribute value.
N/A
Yes
Reset
Used to reset the Inactivity/Watchdog Timer associated with a Connection Object. When a Connection
in the Timed Out or Deferred Delete state receives a
Reset request it also transitions back to the Established state.
0x08
Yes
N/A
Create
Used to instantiate a Connection Object.
0x09
N/A
Yes
Delete
Used to delete a Connection Object and to release all
associated resources.
0x0D
N/A
Yes4
Apply_Attributes
Used to deliver the Connection Object to the application, which performs the set of tasks
necessary to create the specified connection.
tab. 4.13 connection class services
4.6 0x0F parameter Object
attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description
of attribute
semantics of values
default
1
Get
Revision
UINT
Revision of this
object.
If updates that require an increase in this
value are made, then the value of this
attribute increases by 1.
1
2
Get
Number of UINT
instances
Max. instance
number of an
object currently
created in this
class level of the
device.
The largest instance number of a
0
created object at this class hierarchy level.
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Get
Parameter UINT
Class
Descriptor
Bits that describe
parameters.
0x0C
9
Get
Configuration
Assembly
Instance
Instance number This attribute shall be set to zero
of the configurati- if a configuration assembly is not supon assembly.
ported.
0
UINT
tab. 4.14 parameter class attributes
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service
code
supported
class
instance
service name
description of service
0x0E
Yes
0x15
Yes
N/A
Get_Attribute_Single
Returns the content of the specified attribute.
N/A
Restore
Restores all parameter values from non-volatile
storage.
0x16
Yes
N/A
Save
Saves all parameter values to non-volatile storage.
tab. 4.15 parameter class services
4.7 0x64-0x66 Vendor Specific Object
These three classes are for control of the Thyro-P. Each class has just one
instance. Table 4.16 shows an overview of all attributes. For more details refer
to Chapter 9.
class ID
0x64
0x65
0x66
groups of attributes
description
Setpoints
The setpoints controls the output power of the Thyro-P.
Actual
This values showing the actual state of the Thyro-P.
Functions
Via these output values certain functions in the Thyro-P can be executed.
Hardware
Detail description of the Thyro-P hardware.
Operating Mode
Configuration of the operation modes.
Times
Specified time depending on operation mode.
Controls
Configuration of the regulation.
Limit
Limit configuration for voltage, current I and power.
Control characteristic
Control of the setpoint characteristics.
Temperature
Control of the heat sink monitoring.
Analog outputs
Configuration of the analog outputs.
Monitoring
Monitoring of mains voltage and load.
LED & Relays
Configuration of the LEDs and Relays.
Miscellaneous
Some other configurations.
tab. 4.16 Thyro-P attributes
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attr. access
ID
rule
name
data
type
description
of attribute
semantics of values
default
1
Get
Revision
UINT
Revision of this
object.
If updates that require an increase in this
value are made, then the value of this
attribute increases by 1.
1
2
Get
Max
instance
UINT
Max. instance
number of an
object currently
created in this
class level of the
device.
The largest instance number of a
1
created object at this class hierarchy level.
tab. 4.17 vendor specific objects class attributes
service
code
class
supported
instance
service name
description of service
0x0E
Yes
0x10
N/A
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Returns the content of the specified attribute.
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Modifies a DeviceNet Object attribute value.
tab. 4.18 vendor specific object services
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5. status Leds
For trouble shooting the DeviceNet interface card has two LEDs. The meaning
of these LEDs is described in the DeviceNet specifications. An LED test is
performed at power-up to allow a visual inspection to be performed.
Module Status LED
This bi-color (green/red) LED provides device status. It indicates
whether or not the device has power and is operating properly.
Table 5.1 defines the module status LED. The states shown reflect
the device states specified in the Identity Object.
for this state
led is:
to indicate
No power
Off
There is no power applied to the device.
Device Operational
Device in Standby
(The Device Needs Commissioning)
Green
The device is operating in a normal condition.
Flashing Green
The device needs commissioning due to configuration missing,
incomplete or incorrect. The Device may be in the Standby
state. Refer to the Identity Object in Volume 1, CIP Common,
Chapter 5: Object Library.
Minor Fault
Flashing Red
Recoverable Fault
Unrecoverable Fault
Red
The device has an unrecoverable fault; may need replacing.
Device Self Testing
Flashing Red & Green
The Device is in SelfTest.
Refer to the Identity Object in Volume II for Device states.
tab. 5.1 module status led
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network status led
This bi-color (green/red) LED indicates the status of the communication
link. Table 5.2 defines the network status LED. The states shown reflect the
network access state machine.
for this state:
Not Powered
Not On-line
led is:
to indicate
Off
Device is not on-line.
- The device has not completed the Dup_MAC_ID test yet.
- The device may not be powered, look at Module Status LED.
Flashing Green
Device is on–line but has no connections in the established
state.
- The device has passed the Dup_MAC_ID test, is on–line, but
has no established connections to other nodes.
- For a UCMM capable device it means that the device has no
established connections.
Green
The device is on–line and has connections in the established
state.
- For a Group 2 Only device it means that the device is allocated
to a Master.
- For a UCMM capable device it means that the device has one
or more established connections.
Connection Time-Out
Flashing Red
One or more I/O Connections are in the Timed–Out state.
Critical Link Failure
Red
Failed communication device.
On-line,
Not Connected
Link OK
On-line,
Connected
The device has detected an error that has rendered it incapable
of communicating on the network (Duplicate MAC ID, or Bus–
off ).
Communication
Faulted and Received
an Identify Comm.
Fault Request Long Protocol
Flashing
Red & Green
tab. 5.2 network status led
The device has detected a Network Access error and is in the
Communication Faulted state. The device has subsequently
received and accepted an Identify Communication Faulted
Request - Long Protocol message.
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6. digital inputs
The bus card provides three digital inputs as well as an input for the activation of the local operation (see section 7), via the 9-pin sub D plug
(X21). These are automatically reproduced on the bus (Table 8.5).
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
designation
Earth
M1
IN 0
IN 1
M24
M2
IN 2
IN 3
+24
function
Earth
Ground for IN0 and IN1
Input 0
Input 1
Ground/internal 24 V supply
Ground for IN2 and IN3
Input 2
Input 3
+24V/internal 24V supply
tab. 6.1 connection assignment x21
Inputs 0 and 1 always relate to ground M1 and inputs 2 and Loc always
relate to ground M2. There is also a 24 V supply provided for connecting
simple signalers such as limit switches, etc. This would make the following
connection possible, for example:
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fig. 6.2 example of connecting inputs
27
7. local operation of the setpoint motorpoti
In certain situations, e.g. failure of the bus, is it sometimes necessary to
change the desired value quickly. This can take place over the LBA-2. It is
however pedantic for certain applications too. In order to remove this
deficiency, the possibility of the local operation of the Setpoint Motorpoti
was created via switches.
The local operation of the setpoint Motorpoti can be activated via the
Loc input (pin 8). It is then possible to switch the value SW_ACTIV
between remote (open) and local (closed) via the input IN0 (pin 3).
In the local operation mode the setpoint motorpoti value can be changed
over the inputs IN1 and IN2, whereby the setpoint value with pressed key
changes according to figure 7.1. For example the setpoint goes up 30% if the
UP key is pressed for 10s. With simultaneous operation of the Up and Down
keys the desired value is reduced.
fig. 7.1 relative changing of the motorpoti
setpoint over the time
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For the local operation the plug X21 is to be connecting as follows.
fig. 7.2 local operation of the setpoint motorpoti
Note: When using the local operation the following points are to be
considered:
1. To prevent a precipitous modification of the setpoint when switching from
remote to local, the „setpoint motorpoti“ is set in the remote operation
equal to the „setpoint master“. This takes place automatically by setting the
„Mopo = Master“ Bit (Table 8.1 and Table 8.2).
2. To prevent a preciptious modification of the setpoint when switching from
local to remote, the following procedures have to be executed while the
switch „local“ is closed: („4 digital inputs „ bit 0=0):
Deactivating of the process regulator, writing continuously the value of
„setpoint total“ into „setpoint master“. For that, the „setpoint total“ must be
transferred cyclically.
3. When switching from local to remote the process regulator must be initialized with the „setpoint total“ and shall only be activated afterwards. The
following flow chart is a result of the above adjustments (see Figure 7.3).
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Abb. 7.3 state diagram
30
8. assembly
8.1 Assembly 101: Setpoint
(output for poll)
byte
0
1-2
3-4
P.id
38
1
2
type
BYTE
UINT
UINT
value
Configuration (Table 8.2)
Setpoint Master (16383 == 100 [%])
Setpoint Master Error (16383 == 100 [%])
tab. 8.1 output assembly 101
note
For power control the „Setpoint master“ is used in normal operation.
If the poll connection is interrupted, or the poll telegram length is zero, then
the „Setpoint master error“ is used.
Bit
value
description
Mopo = Master
Activate the write of the „Setpoint master“ on the „Setpoint motorpoti“, if
the power controller is in „Remote“ operation and the Device is on-line and
has connections in the established state.
All values are local
Here can be determined, which values can be adjusted in the „local mode“
locally.
0 Only the setpoints are locally given.
1 No value is given by the master.
Actual values average
Here the averaging of the actual values can be activated. In the operating
mode „TAKT“ is measured once per T0, with „VAR“ once per 0,2s.
00 Averaging is off
01 Averaging over 5 Values
10 Averaging over 10 Values
11 Averaging over 20 Values
Regulator suppressor
Through this Bit the regulator suppressor can be controlled.
0 Regulator suppressor off
1 Regulator suppressor on
Use setpoint
New setpoints only taken over if this bit is set.
0 Ignore new setpoints
1 Use new setpoints
0
1
2-3
4
5
tab. 8.2 description of the configuration byte
31
note
If the power controller is in remote operation („Setpoint master“ is active
only), can it be useful, if the „Setpoint master“ is also written on the „Setpoint
motorpoti“. So when switching from remote to local no skip function is on the
Setpoint.
8.2 Assembly 102: Setpoint, State…
(input for poll)
byte
0
2
3
4-5
6
P.id
23
30
31
32
117
type
UINT
BYTE
BYTE
WORD
BYTE
value
Total setpoint (16383 == 100 [%])
LED & Relays state (Table 7.4)
Digital Input (Table 7.5)
Thyro-P state (Table 7.6)
Setpoint active (Table 7.7)
tab. 8.3 input assembly 102
bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
hardware state
Relay K3 on
Relay K2 on
Relay K1 on
LED OVERHEAT on
LED FAULT on
LED PULSE LOCK on
LED LIMIT on
LED CONTROL on
tab. 8.4 LED & Relays state
bit
3
2
1
0
input state
nLOC
Input 2 (nUp)
Input 1 (nDown)
Input 0 (nLocal)
tab. 8.5 digital input
32
bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
state
MOSI in peak current limitation
SYNC fault
Overvoltage in mains
Undervoltage in mains
Overcurrent in load circuit
Undercurrent in load circuit
Regulator suppressor
Overtemperature
Limit
U limit
I limit
P limit
Pulse switch-off
Sensor breakage or short circuit
res.
SSC fault
tab. 8.6 Thyro-P state
bit
3
2
1
0
active
Setpoint Motorpoti
Setpoint Master
Setpoint terminal 11
Setpoint terminal 10
tab. 8.7 Setpoint active
8.3 Assembly 103: Actual value Thyro-P 1P
byte
0-3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-17
18-19
P.id
3
4
5
6
7
8
type
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
UINT
UINT
tab. 8.8 input assembly 103
value
Power L1
Voltage Load L1
Current L1
Load L1
Voltage Main L1
Reserve L1
33
8.4 Assembly 104: Actual value Thyro-P 2P
byte
0-3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-17
18-19
20-23
24-27
28-31
32-35
36-37
38-39
P.id
3
4
5
6
7
8
15
16
17
18
19
20
type
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
UINT
UINT
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
UINT
UINT
value
Power L1
Voltage Load L1
Current L1
Load L1
Voltage Main L1
Reserve L1
Power L3
Voltage Load L3
Current L3
Load L3
Voltage Main L3
Reserve L3
tab. 8.9 input assembly 104
8.5 Assembly 105: Actual value Thyro-P 3P
byte
0-3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-17
18-19
20-23
24-27
28-31
32-35
36-37
38-39
40-43
44-47
48-51
52-55
56-57
58-59
P.id
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
type
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
UINT
UINT
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
UINT
UINT
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
UINT
UINT
tab. 8.10 input assembly 105
value
Power L1
Voltage Load L1
Current L1
Load L1
Voltage Main L1
Reserve L1
Power L2
Voltage Load L2
Current L2
Load L2
Voltage Main L2
Reserve L2
Power L3
Voltage Load L3
Current L3
Load L3
Voltage Main L3
Reserve L3
34
8.6 Assembly 106: other actual value
byte
0-3
4-5
6-7
8-9
10-11
12-13
14-15
16-17
P.id
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
type
REAL
INT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
tab. 8.11 input assembly 106
value
Total power
Temperature
Setpoint Motorpoti (16383 == 100 [%])
Setpoint terminal 10
Setpoint terminal 11
On-angle alpha
On-time value
Period time [ms]
35
9. attributes
All attributes are listed in the following tables. The attributes are split into 3 objects (100-102). The Instance is always 1. The epath to a parameter is „20 Class.
ID 24 01 30 Attr.ID“ for example the epath to the „Setpoint Master“ is 20 64 24
01 30 64 (all values hex).
9.1 Attributes of Class 0x64
P.id
attr id
setpoint
type
unit
r/w
1
100
Setpoint Master
UINT
16383 == 100[%]
r/w
2
101
Setpoint Master Error
UINT
16383 == 100[%]
r/w
tab. 9.1 setpoints
P.id
3
4
5
6
7
8
attr idsetpoint
type
unit
110 Power L1 REAL [W] 111 Voltage Load L1 REAL [V] 112 Current L1 REAL [A] 113 Load L1 REAL [S] 114 Voltage Main L1 UINT [V] 115 Reserve L1 UINT r/w
r
r
r
r
r
r
9
10 11 12 13 14 120 Power L2 REAL [W] 121 Voltage Load L2 REAL [V] 122 Current L2 REAL [A] 123 Load L2 REAL
[S] 124 Voltage Main L2 UINT [V] 125 Reserve L2 UINT r
r
r
r
r
r
15 16 17 18 19 20 130 Power L3 REAL [W] 131 Voltage Load L3 REAL [V] 132 Current L3 REAL [A] 133 Load L3 REAL [S] 134 Voltage Main L3 UINT [V] 135 Reserve L3 UINT r
r
r
r
r
r
21 22 140 Total power REAL 141 Temperature INT r
r
[W] [°C] 36
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 142 Total setpoint UINT 143 Setpoint Motorpoti UINT 144 Setpoint terminal 10 UINT 145 Setpoint terminal 11 UINT 146 On-angle alpha UINT 147 On-time value UINT 148 Period time UINT 149 LED & Relays state BYTE 150 Digital Input BYTE 151 Thyro-P state WORD 152 State USINT 16383 == 100[%] 16383 == 100[%] 16383 == 100[%] 16383 == 100[%] 18000 == 180°el [period] [μs] -- 4 Bit (Table 7.6) -- r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
tab. 9.2 actual values
P.id attr id value
type
value range
combo-opt
r/w
default
34
160
Acknowledge
BOOL
0...1
Off, QUIT
unit
r/w
Off
35
161
Reset
BOOL
0...1
Off, RESET
r/w
Off
37
163
Ext. Error message
BOOL
0...1
Off, ON
r/w
Off
38
164
Configuration
BYTE
Bit 0 Mopo = Master
Bit 1 Local values
Bit 2-3 Actual values average
Bit 4 Regular supressor
Bit 5 Use setpoint
Off, ON
Setpoint, All
Off, 5, 10, 20
values
Off, ON
No, Yes
r/w
Off
Setpoint
Off
Off
No
39
165
Reserve 1
BYTE
r/w
0
40
166
Reserve 2
BYTE
r/w
0
tab. 9.3 functions
37
P.id attr id value
type
value range
41
170
Power controller rated
current
UINT
0...65535A
42
171
Rated current in LSB
UINT
43
172
Current converter ratio
UINT
44
173
Load resistor current
UINT
0...653 Ohm
45
174
Scaling factor current
UINT
0...65535
46
175
Current value threshold
UINT
0...65535
47
176
Power controller
connection voltage
UINT
0...1000V
48
177
Rated voltage in LSB
UINT
0...65535
49
178
Mains voltage user
UINT
0...1000V
50
179
Voltage converter ratio
UINT
0...1000
51
180
Voltage range
changeover
USINT
0...2
52
181
Load resistor voltage
UINT
0...65535Ohm
53
182
Load resistor voltage range 1
UINT
0...65535Ohm
54
183
Load resistor voltage range 2
UINT
0...65535Ohm
55
184
Scaling factor 230V
UINT
56
185
Scaling factor 400V
57
186
58
combo-opt
unit
r/w
default
A
r
110
0...65535
r
0
0...65535
r
100
0,01 Ohm r
91
r
845
???
r
65535
V
r
400
r
0
r
400
r
16
r
1
Ohm
r
2000
Ohm
r
1111
Ohm
r
667
0...65535
r
1279
UINT
0...65535
r
1324
Scaling factor
500-690V
UINT
0...65535
r
1344
187
Min. frequency
UINT
14286...25000,
1/X * 10^6
r
22222
59
188
Max. frequency
UINT
14286...25000,
1/X * 10^6
r
15151
60
189
Frequency tolerance
USINT
0...100
%
r
10
61
190
Power controller rated power
UDINT 0...
W
r
44000
62
191
Rated power hi in LSB
UDINT 0...
r
0
63
192
Potentiometer
regulator parameter Ti
UINT
0...65535
r
0
64
193
Potentiometer
regulator parameter Kp
UINT
0...65535
r
0
65
194
Voltage divider resitor
UINT
0...65535
r
32400
66
195
Meter circuit
USINT
0...5
r
0
tab. 9.4 hardware
V
230 V, 400 V,
690 V
Ohm
Aron
1/2 Aron 1,
1/2 Aron 2,
1/2 Aron 3,
Asymmetrical
load,
Symmetrical,
load
38
9.2 Attributes of Class 0x65
P.id attr id value
type
value range
combo-opt
r/w
default
67
100
Operating mode
USINT
0...2
TAKT, VAR, SSSD
unit
r/w
0
68
101
Op. of molybdenum silicide rods
USINT
0...2
OFF, RAMP, STELL
r/w
0
69
102
Service mode
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
70
103
Automatic synchronization
for multiple power controller
applications
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r
0
71
104
ASM total current
UINT
1...65535
r/w
220
72
105
ASM threshold
UINT
1...65535
r/w
200
73
106
ASM tolerance
UINT
1...65535
r/w
100
74
107
ASM time constant
UINT
1...65535
r/w
100
75
108
ASM delay
UINT
1...65535
r/w
1
76
109
Number of controlled phases
USINT
1...3
r/w
1
77
110
Directly earthed conductor
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
78
111
Re-ignitions
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
79
112
Phase shift
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
80
113
Phase shift polarity
BOOL
0...1
plus minus
r/w
0
81
114
Phase shift L1
UINT
0...360°el
0.01°el
r/w
0
82
115
Phase shift L2
UINT
0...360°el
0.01°el
r/w
0
83
116
Phase shift L3
UINT
0...360°el
0.01°el
r/w
0
84
117
Number of sync voltages
USINT
1...3
85
118
Rotating field
BOOL
0...1
86
119
Canal-separation
BOOL
A
r/w
1
right, left
r/w
0
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
1
combo-opt
tab. 9.5 operating mode
P.id attr id value
type
value range
unit
r/w
default
87
120
Phase angle of the 1st half-wave
UINT
0...180°el
0.01°el
r/w
6000
88
121
Soft-start time (setting)
UINT
0...9980 ms
period
r/w
15
89
122
Soft-down time (setting)
UINT
0...9980 ms
period
r/w
15
90
123
Cycle period
UINT
0... T0_MAX
period
r/w
50
91
124
Max. cycle period
UINT
02...1310s
period
r/w
250
92
125
Maximum cycle on-time
UINT
0,02... T0
period
r/w
50
93
126
Minimum cycle on-time
UINT
0...T0
period
r/w
0
94
127
Min. pause
USINT
0...200ms
period
r/w
3
95
128
Synchronous cycle
BOOL
0...1
r/w
0
96
129
Synchronous cycle address
UINT
0...655350 ms
period/2 r/w
0
tab. 9.6 times
internal,
external
39
P.id attr id value
type
value range
combo-opt
r/w
default
97
130
Regulation
USINT
0...8
Uload^2,
Uload eff,
Iload^2,
Iload eff,
Real power,
res, res, res,
without
regulation
unit
r/w
0
98
131
Standard regulator
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
1
99
132
PID-regulator, I-part
UINT
0 = off 0...65535
r/w
800
100 133
PID-regulator, P-part
UINT
0 = off 0...65535
r/w
160
101 134
PID-regulator, counter P-part
UINT
0...65535
r/w
1
102 135
PID-regulator, D-part
UINT
0 = off 0...65535
r/w
0
103 136
PID-regulator, I-part,
default value
UINT
0 = off 0...65535
r
800
104 137
PID-regulator, P-part,
default value
UINT
0 = off 0...65535
r
160
105 138
PID-regulator, counter P-part,
default value
UINT
0...65535
r
1
106 139
PID-regulator, D-part,
default value
UINT
0 = off 0...65535
r
0
107 140
Rate of angular displacement 1
UINT
0...65535
r/w
1100
108 141
Rate of angular displacement 2
UINT
0...65535
r/w
50
tab. 9.7 controls
P.id attr id value
type
value range
unit
r/w
default
109 142
Min. r.m.s. voltage setpoint
UINT
0...65535 V
V
r/w
0
110 143
Max. r.m.s. voltage setpoint
UINT
0...65535 V
V
r/w
440
111 144
Min. r.m.s. current setpoint
UINT
0...65535 A
A
r/w
0
112 145
Max. r.m.s. current setpoint
UINT
0...65535 A
A
r/w
110
113 146
Min. power setpoint hi
UDINT 0...
W
r/w
0
114 147
Max. power setpoint hi
UDINT 0...
W
r/w
48400
115 148
Front pulse limit position
UINT
0...180°el
0.01°el
r/w
18000
116 149
Back pulse limit position
UINT
0...180°el
0.01°el
r/w
0
tab. 9.8 limit
combo-opt
40
P.id attr id value
type
value range
combo-opt
r/w
default
117 150
Setpoint activation
BYTE
0...15
Bit 0 = 1
(Setpoint t10
active) ...
unit
r/w
15
118 151
Setpoint linking
USINT
0...3
_ADD, IADD,
_PRO, IPRO
r/w
0
r/w
25
119 152
Factor peak current limitation
UINT
0...1000
120 153
Setpoint jump correction
BOOL
0..1
OFF, ON
r/w
1
121 154
Input voltage/current
terminal 10
USINT
0...2
5 V, 10 V,
20 mA
r/w
2
122 155
Control start regulator input
terminal 10
UINT
dependent on
SW_INP_IU_10
0.3mV
0.6mV
1.22uA
r/w
240
123 156
Control end regulator input
terminal 10
UINT
dependent on
SW_INP_IU_10
0.3mV
0.6mV
1.22uA
r/w
16383
124 157
Input voltage/current
terminal 11
USINT
0...2
r/w
0
125 158
Control start regulator input
terminal 11
UINT
dependent on
SW_INP_IU_11
0.3mV
0.6mV
1.22uA
r/w
240
126 159
Control end regulator input
terminal 11
UINT
dependent on
SW_INP_IU_11
0.3mV
0.6mV
1.22uA
r/w
16383
127 160
Control start master
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
128 161
Control end master
UINT
0...65535
r/w
16383
129 162
Control start motor
potentiomenter
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
130 163
Control end motor
potentiometer
UINT
0...65535
r/w
16383
5 V, 10 V,
20 mA
tab. 9.9 control characteristic
9.3 attributes of class 0x66
P.id attr id value
type
value range
combo-opt
r/w
default
131 100
Temperature sensor
USINT
0...3
none, PT100,
PT1000, NTC
unit
r/w
0
132 101
Characteristic number
USINT
0...7
Characteristc 0...
Characteristic 7
r/w
0
133 102
Level wire breakage
UINT
0...4000
Ohm
r/w
2000
134 103
Level short circuit
UINT
0...4000
Ohm
r/w
800
135 104
Temperature error duration
UINT
1...1000
period
r/w
10
tab. 9.10 temperature
41
P.id attr id value
type
value range
136 105
UINT
0...1000
Averaging
combo-opt
unit
20 mA, 10V
r/w
default
r/w
25
137 106
Actual value output 1
USINT
0..1
r/w
0
138 107
Offset 1
UINT
0...20000µA
µA
r/w
4000
139 108
Measuring instrument full-scale
deflection DAC1, voltage
UINT
0...10000mV
mV
r/w
10000
140 109
Measuring instrument full-scale
deflection DAC1, current
UINT
0...20000µA
µA
r/w
20000
141 110
Configuration register analog
output 1
WORD bitwise
r/w
26
142 111
Scale end value voltage actual
value output 1
UINT
0...65535 V
A
r/w
500
143 112
Scale end value current actual
value output 1
UINT
0...65535 A
V
r/w
150
144 113
Scale end value power actual
value output 1
UDINT 0...
W
r/w
50000
145 114
Scale end value alpha actual value UINT
output 1
0.01°el
r/w
18000
0...180°el
146 115
Actual value output 2
USINT
0..1
r/w
0
147 116
Offset 2
UINT
0...20000µA
20 mA,10V
µA
r/w
4000
148 117
Measuring instrument full-scale
deflection DAC2, voltage
UINT
0...10000mV
mV
r/w
10000
149 118
Measuring instrument full-scale
deflection DAC2, current
UINT
0...20000µA
µA
r/w
20000
150 119
Configuration register analog
output 2
WORD bitwise
r/w
18
151 120
Scale end value voltage actual
value output 2
UINT
0...65535 V
A
r/w
500
152 121
Scale end value current actual
value output 2
UINT
0...65535 A
V
r/w
150
153 122
Scale end value power actual
value output 2
UDINT 0...
W
r/w
50000
154 123
Scale end value alpha actual value UINT
output 2
0.01°el
r/w
18000
0...180°el
155 124
Actual value output 3
USINT
0..1
r/w
0
156 125
Offset 3
UINT
0...20000µA
µA
r/w
4000
157 126
Measuring instrument full-scale
deflection DAC3, voltage
UINT
0...10000mV
mV
r/w
10000
158 127
Measuring instrument full-scale
deflection DAC3, current
UINT
0...20000µA
µA
r/w
20000
159 128
Configuration register analog
output 3
WORD bitwise
r/w
10
160 129
Scale end value voltage actual
value output 3
UINT
0...65535 V
A
r/w
500
161 130
Scale end value current actual
value output 3
UINT
0...65535 A
V
r/w
150
162 131
Scale end value power actual
value output 3
UDINT 0...
W
r/w
50000
163 132
Scale end value alpha actual value UINT
output 3
0.01°el
r/w
18000
tab. 9.11 analog outputs
0... 180°el
20 mA, 10V
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P.id attr id value
type
value range
unit
r/w
default
164 133
Mains voltage monitoring
minimum
UINT
0...1000 V
V
r/w
320
165 134
Mains voltage monitoring
maximum
UINT
0...1000 V
V
r/w
480
166 135
Undercurrent monitoring
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
167 136
Overcurrent monitoring
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
168 137
Load break
BOOL
0...1
REL_, ABS
r/w
0
169 138
Undercurrent monitoring value
UINT
0...99 %
%
r/w
0
170 139
Overcurrent monitoring value
UINT
0...255 %
%
r/w
0
171 140
Undercurrent monitoring value
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
172 141
Overcurrent monitoring value
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
173 142
Monitoring L2 enable
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
174 143
Monitoring L3 enable
BOOL
0...1
OFF, ON
r/w
0
tab. 9.12 monitoring
combo-opt
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P.id attr id value
type
value range
combo-opt
175 144
LED & Relays work princ,iple
BYTE
0...256, bitewise
Open-circuit
principle,
Closed-circuit,
principle
176 145
LED CONTROL mode
177 146
LED LIMIT mode
178 147
r/w
default
r/w
224
WORD 0...65535
r/w
4096
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
LED PULSE LOCK mode
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
179 148
LED FAULT mode
WORD 0...65535
r/w
1792
180 149
LED OVERHEAT mode
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
181 150
Relay K1 mode
WORD 0...65535
r/w
1792
182 151
Relay K2 mode
WORD 0...65535
r/w
768
183 152
Relay K3 mode
WORD 0...65535
r/w
59392
184 153
LED CONTROL config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
185 154
LED LIMIT config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
2048
186 155
LED PULSE LOCK config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
256
187 156
LED FAULT config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
188 157
LED OVERHEAT config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
189 158
Relay K1 config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
190 159
Relay K2 config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
2048
191 160
Relay K3 config 0
WORD 0...65535
r/w
1
192 161
LED Control config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
193 162
LED LIMIT config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
194 163
LED PULSE LOCK config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
195 164
LED FAULT config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
256
196 165
LED OVERHEAT config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
197 166
Relay K1 config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
256
198 167
Relay K2 config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
199 168
Relay K3 config 1
WORD 0...65535
r/w
0
tab. 9.13 LED & Relays
unit
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P.id attr id value
type
value range
r/w
default
200 169
Data logger register
DWORD
0...65535
r/w
2048
201 170
Reset trigger on error
register hi
DWORD
0...65535
r/w
0
202 171
Pulse switch-off on error
register
DWORD
0...65535
r/w
0
203 172
Version year
UINT
0...9999
r
2004
204 173
Version month
USINT
1...12
r
9
205 174
Version day
USINT
1...31
r
3
206 175
Userparameter 0
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
207 176
Userparameter 1
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
208 177
Userparameter 2
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
209 178
Userparameter 3
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
210 179
Userparameter 4
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
211 180
Userparameter 5
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
212 181
Userparameter 6
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
213 182
Userparameter 7
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
214 183
Userparameter 8
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
215 184
Userparameter 9
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
216 185
Userparameter 10
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
217 186
Userparameter 11
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
218 187
Userparameter 12
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
219 188
Userparameter 13
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
220 189
Userparameter 14
UINT
0...65535
r/w
0
tab. 9.14 miscellaneous
combo-opt
unit
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10. Technical specifications
DeviceNet
Address range Communication speed Connector 0 - 63 ( 64 - 999 => 63 )
125, 250 and 500 kBaud
Open-style connector
devicenet supply
Voltage range Inrush current (25V) Operation current 11 - 25 V
4 A for 10ms
80 mA max.
Features
Auto baud detection
Module Status LED
Network Status LED
Complete control of all Thyro-P attributes
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