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ASIsafe
SIRIUS Safety Integrated
Function Manual • April 2008
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SIRIUS Safety Integrated
ASIsafe
Safety Integrated Application
Manual - ASIsafe
Function Manual
04/2008
A5E02226304
About this documentation
1
Introduction
2
Typical circuit diagrams for
IP20
3
Typical circuit diagrams for
IP65 / IP67
4
Protective door monitoring
with lock
5
Wiring the safety monitor
and DP / AS-i F-Link
6
FAQ
7
Safety Guidelines
This manual contains notices you have to observe in order to ensure your personal safety, as well as to prevent
damage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alert
symbol, notices referring only to property damage have no safety alert symbol. These notices shown below are
graded according to the degree of danger.
DANGER
indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not taken.
WARNING
indicates that death or severe personal injury may result if proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
with a safety alert symbol, indicates that minor personal injury can result if proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
without a safety alert symbol, indicates that property damage can result if proper precautions are not taken.
NOTICE
indicates that an unintended result or situation can occur if the corresponding information is not taken into
account.
If more than one degree of danger is present, the warning notice representing the highest degree of danger will
be used. A notice warning of injury to persons with a safety alert symbol may also include a warning relating to
property damage.
Qualified Personnel
The device/system may only be set up and used in conjunction with this documentation. Commissioning and
operation of a device/system may only be performed by qualified personnel. Within the context of the safety notes
in this documentation qualified persons are defined as persons who are authorized to commission, ground and
label devices, systems and circuits in accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Prescribed Usage
Note the following:
WARNING
This device may only be used for the applications described in the catalog or the technical description and only
in connection with devices or components from other manufacturers which have been approved or
recommended by Siemens. Correct, reliable operation of the product requires proper transport, storage,
positioning and assembly as well as careful operation and maintenance.
Trademarks
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publication may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the
owner.
Disclaimer of Liability
We have reviewed the contents of this publication to ensure consistency with the hardware and software
described. Since variance cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot guarantee full consistency. However, the
information in this publication is reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections are included in subsequent
editions.
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Table of contents
1
2
About this documentation .......................................................................................................................... 9
1.1
Purpose of this documentation ....................................................................................................10
1.2
Document structure......................................................................................................................11
1.3
Target group.................................................................................................................................11
1.4
Required background...................................................................................................................11
1.5
History ..........................................................................................................................................12
Introduction.............................................................................................................................................. 13
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
2.1.6
2.1.6.1
2.1.6.2
AS-Interface basics......................................................................................................................14
Reference.....................................................................................................................................14
Network structure.........................................................................................................................14
Number of nodes .........................................................................................................................16
Creating an AS-Interface network................................................................................................16
Network extension .......................................................................................................................18
ASIsafe.........................................................................................................................................19
ASIsafe solution local...................................................................................................................20
ASIsafe solution PROFIsafe ........................................................................................................21
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
ASIsafe product overview ............................................................................................................25
Images and features of the ASIsafe components........................................................................25
ASIsafe device variants (incl. accessories) .................................................................................29
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.3.6
2.3.7
2.3.8
2.3.9
Function blocks of the safety monitor ..........................................................................................31
Function blocks of type "forced"...................................................................................................32
Function blocks of type "dependent"............................................................................................33
Function blocks of type "conditionally dependent".......................................................................34
Function blocks of type "independent".........................................................................................35
Function block of type "Stop category 1 - two relay outputs" ......................................................36
Function block of type "Door lock by means of delay time" .........................................................37
Function block of type "Stop category 0" .....................................................................................38
Function block of type "External device monitoring circuit" .........................................................39
Function block of type "External device monitoring circuit for second, dependent OSSD" .........40
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.4.6
Configuration of DP / AS-i F-Link.................................................................................................41
Configuring the PROFIBUS DP master system...........................................................................41
Filling the AS-i address table .......................................................................................................42
Calling the "Properties AS-i F Slave ..." dialog box .....................................................................43
"ASIsafe" tab - parameterization, one-channel............................................................................43
"ASIsafe" tab - parameterization, two-channel ............................................................................44
"ASIsafe" tab - parameterization of position switch with lock and ASIsafe..................................45
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Typical circuit diagrams for IP20.............................................................................................................. 47
3.1
3.1.1
AS-Interface F adapter................................................................................................................ 48
AS-Interface F adapter, 2F-DI (/ 1 DO); for EMERGENCY OFF / EMERGENCY STOP
command unit SIRIUS 3SB3....................................................................................................... 48
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
3.2.8
3.2.9
3.2.10
3.2.11
3.2.12
3.2.13
3.2.14
3.2.15
3.2.16
3.2.17
Safe SlimLine module S22,5F .................................................................................................... 50
S22,5 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2........................................................ 50
S22,5 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4........................................................ 51
S22,5 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 2........................ 52
S22,5 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 2 .................................................................. 53
S22,5 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, two doors, category 2 ................................................ 54
S22,5 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4 .................................................................. 55
S22,5 2F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4 ........................................... 56
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2 ............................................ 57
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4 ............................................ 58
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 2 ............ 59
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; protective door monitoring, category 2....................................................... 60
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; protective door monitoring, two doors; category 2..................................... 61
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; protective door monitoring, category 4....................................................... 62
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4................................ 63
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 2 ................................ 64
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 4 ................................ 65
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring;
category 2.................................................................................................................................... 66
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; protective door monitoring, category 2 .......................................... 67
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; protective door monitoring, two doors; category 2......................... 68
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; protective door monitoring, category 4 .......................................... 69
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4.................... 70
3.2.18
3.2.19
3.2.20
3.2.21
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4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
Safe compact module K20F........................................................................................................ 72
K20F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2......................................................... 72
K20F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4......................................................... 73
K20F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 2......................... 74
K20F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 2................................................................... 75
K20F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, two doors, category 2 ................................................. 76
K20F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4................................................................... 77
K20F 2F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4 ............................................ 78
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.2.7
Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI.............................................................................................. 79
K45F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2......................................................... 79
K45F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4......................................................... 80
K45F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 2......................... 81
K45F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 2................................................................... 82
K45F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, two doors, category 2 ................................................. 83
K45F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4................................................................... 84
K45F 2F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4 ............................................ 85
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO .................................................................................. 86
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 2 .............................. 86
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 4 .............................. 87
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring;
category 2.................................................................................................................................... 88
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); protective door monitoring, category 2......................................... 89
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); protective door monitoring, two doors; category 2 ....................... 90
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); protective door monitoring, category 4......................................... 91
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
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K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4...................92
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.4.5
Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI ..............................................................................................93
K45F 4F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2 .........................................................93
K45F 4F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4 .........................................................94
K45F 4F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 4 .........................95
K45F 4F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4....................................................................96
K45F 4F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4 .............................................97
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
Safety compact module K45F LS ...............................................................................................98
K45F LS; category 2; connection of a 3RG7843 light curtain......................................................98
K45F LS; category 4; connection of a 3RG7846 light curtain......................................................99
K45F LS; category 2; connection of a light curtain type 2 .........................................................100
K45F LS; category 4; connection of a light curtain type 4 .........................................................101
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
Sensors with direct connection to AS-Interface .........................................................................102
EMERGENCY STOP with direct interface.................................................................................102
Position switch with direct interface ...........................................................................................103
ESPE with direct interface .........................................................................................................104
Protective door monitoring with lock ...................................................................................................... 105
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
Spring-locked protective door lock.............................................................................................106
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; safety monitor ...........................................................................................106
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; DP / AS-i F-Link ........................................................................................108
Direct interface; safety monitor ..................................................................................................110
Direct interface; DP / AS-i F-Link ...............................................................................................112
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; safety monitor....................................................................................114
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; DP / AS-i F-Link.................................................................................116
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
Solenoid-locked protective door lock .........................................................................................118
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; safety monitor ...........................................................................................118
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; DP / AS-i F-Link ........................................................................................120
Direct interface; safety monitor ..................................................................................................122
Direct interface; DP / AS-i F-Link ...............................................................................................124
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; safety monitor....................................................................................126
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; DP / AS-i F-Link.................................................................................128
Wiring the safety monitor and DP / AS-i F-Link...................................................................................... 131
6.1
Safety monitor; one OSSD; category 2......................................................................................132
6.2
Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 2 ....................................................................................133
6.3
Safety monitor; one OSSD; category 4 / 3.................................................................................134
6.4
Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 4 / 3 ...............................................................................135
6.5
Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 4 with frequency converter............................................136
6.6
DP / AS-i F-Link .........................................................................................................................137
FAQ ....................................................................................................................................................... 139
Glossary of terms and abbreviations...................................................................................................... 145
Index...................................................................................................................................................... 147
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1.1 Purpose of this documentation
1.1
Purpose of this documentation
This documentation contains a number of typical circuit diagrams for safety functions that
can be implemented with the following ASIsafe modules:
● AS-Interface F adapter (IP20)
● Safe SlimLine module S22,5F (IP20)
● Safe compact module K20F (IP65 / IP67)
● Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI (IP65 / IP67)
● Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2DO (IP65 / IP67)
● Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI (IP65 / IP67)
● Safe compact module K45F LS (IP65 / IP67)
● Position switch with integrated ASIsafe (IP65 / IP67)
The typical circuit diagrams contain:
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring, category 2
● Protective door monitoring, category 2
● Protective door monitoring, category 2, with two doors
● Protective door monitoring, category 4
● Magnetically operated switch monitoring, category 4
● Sensors with direct connection to AS-Interface (EMERGENCY STOP, light curtain)
● Protective door monitoring with lock (spring-locked and solenoid-locked)
● Wiring for the safety monitor
● Wiring for the DP / AS-i F-Link
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1.2 Document structure
1.2
Document structure
This documentation is structured as follows:
Information type
I
II
Description
Typical circuit diagrams
III Further information
Chapter
1
About this documentation
2
Introduction:
• AS-Interface basics
• ASIsafe product overview
• Function blocks of the safety monitor
• Configuration of the DP / AS-i F-Link
3
Typical circuit diagrams for IP20
4
Typical circuit diagrams for IP65 / IP67
5
Protective door monitoring with lock
6
Wiring for the safety monitor and DP / AS-i F-Link
7
FAQ
Glossary
1.3
Target group
This documentation contains information for the following target groups:
● Decision-makers
● Safety engineers
● Design engineers
● Commissioning engineers
1.4
Required background
A general knowledge of the following areas is needed in order to understand this
documentation:
● Low-voltage switchgear
● Digital circuit logic
● Automation technology
● AS-Interface
● Safety systems
● STEP 7 (when the DP / AS-i F-Link is used)
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1.5 History
1.5
History
The following versions of this documentation have been released to date. The changes apply
to the previous version:
Edition
Comment / change
Language
08 / 2006
Initial release
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IP65 / IP67 circuits, without:
De, En (US), Fr, It,
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IP65 / IP67 circuits, extended to include:
– K45F 2F-DI / 2DO
– K45F 4F-DI
– K45F LS
Following chapter extended to include
DP / AS-i F-Link:
– Introduction
– Protective door monitoring with lock
– Wiring for the safety monitor and DP / AS-i F-Link
– All circuit diagrams now include the
DP / AS-i F-Link parameters
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2.1
AS-Interface basics
2.1.1
Reference
Note
Comprehensive basic information is available in the "AS-Interface / ASIsafe" system manual.
It is available on the Internet in German and English on the Service and support website
(http://support.automation.siemens.com) ID 26250840.
2.1.2
Network structure
Virtually no restrictions apply with respect to the AS-Interface topology, which includes linear,
star, and tree structures. In addition, a new segment can be started at any point of the bus.
Linear structure
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Linear structure
Nodes
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Star structure
Nodes
In the star structure, the master is connected to each field device by means of two-point
connections. This equates to the standard parallel connection of each device to the
controller.
Tree structure
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Tree structure
Nodes
The tree topology is essentially an extension of the star topology, whereby a large number of
branches extend from the root to the different nodes.
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Number of nodes
An AS-Interface network can accommodate up to 31 nodes with standard addresses or 62
nodes with A/B addresses. Standard addresses and A/B addresses can also be combined.
In the maximum configuration, an additional 4 nodes without an address are possible (e.g.
safety monitors, ground fault monitoring module).
When repeaters are used, the specified number of nodes without an address applies for
each segment.
Note
For each unused standard address, an additional node without an address can be used.
In the same way, the use of more than 4 nodes without an address reduces the number of
available nodes with a standard address.
2.1.4
Creating an AS-Interface network
An AS-i network always comprises a master, an AS-i power supply unit, and the AS-i slaves.
AS-Interface is designed as a single-master system with cyclic polling.
An AS-i network always contains one master, which queries the data of all the nodes at
regularly defined intervals.
AS-Interface supports two types of interface to the next-highest level:
● Direct connection to the controller
The master may be an extension card (communications processor (CP)) of the controller
and the slaves exchange data directly with the controller.
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connected network, the AS-i master becomes a node in the higher-level network and is,
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ASIsafe
To add safety to a standard AS-i network, two additional components are required:
● Safety monitor
● Safe slaves
Even existing applications can be extended quickly and easily by means of ASIsafe to
include safety-relevant functions without the need for a fail-safe PLC or special master.
DP / AS-i F-Link is ideal for integrating your ASIsafe network in the Safety Integrated
network technologies with PROFIBUS or PROFINET. DP / AS-i F-Link safely links the
ASIsafe network to the fail-safe controller via PROFIsafe. This is effectively a unique
combination of the AS-i master (gateway) and the safety monitor. For the AS-i network, you
require:
● DP / AS-i F-Link
● Safe slaves
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ASIsafe solution local
Functional principle of the safety monitor
● The safety monitor monitors the safe inputs, links them by means of parameterizable
logic, and ensures safe shutdown by means of a built-in safety relay. Configuration
software is available to parameterize the shutdown logic of the safety monitor.
● Safe slaves provide an easy, user-friendly means of monitoring fail-safe input devices,
such as EMERGENCY STOP command devices, light arrays, and laser scanners up to
category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 61508 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1.
● Safe data transfer is ensured by means of a dynamic, secure transfer protocol between
the safe slaves and the safety monitor. In each cycle, the safety monitor expects a
specific telegram from each slave that changes continuously in accordance with a defined
algorithm.
● The maximum response time is 40 ms.
The response time is measured from the point at which the signal switches at the safe
input slave to the point at which the output switching element (i.e. the relay on the safety
monitor) shuts down.
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Functional principle of DP / AS-i F-Link
● The PROFIBUS DP master communicates with the AS-i slaves via DP / AS-i F-Link. The
PROFIBUS DP master is the safe controller. The AS-i communication objects are
mapped in contiguous data areas in the PROFIBUS DP master: one data area for nonsafety-related input and output data, and another data area for PROFIsafe data.
DP / AS-i F-Link is a PROFIBUS DP-V1 slave (according to EN 50170) and AS-i master
(according to EN 50296 in accordance with AS-Interface Specification V3.0) and enables
transparent data access to AS-Interface from PROFIBUS DP.
● DP / AS-i F-Link can be used to forward safety-related input data from ASIsafe slaves to
a failsafe CPU with a PROFIBUS DP master using the PROFIsafe protocol. Additional
safety-related cabling or monitoring is not required (in particular, no AS-Interface safety
monitor is required).
● Binary or analog values can be transferred depending on the slave type. Safe slaves
provide an easy, user-friendly means of monitoring fail-safe input devices, such as
EMERGENCY STOP command devices, light arrays, and laser scanners up to category 4
according to EN 954-1 / SIL 3 according to IEC 61508 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1.
● Safe data transfer is ensured by means of a dynamic, secure transfer protocol between
the safe AS-i slaves and DP / AS-i F-Link. In each cycle, DP / AS-i F-Link expects a
specific telegram from each slave that changes continuously in accordance with a defined
algorithm.
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Network integration of DP / AS-i F-Link
DP/AS-i F-Link can be used in a number of different configurations:
Configuration 1: Integration in PROFIBUS networks with the SIMATIC fail-safe controller
HMI
SIMATIC
S7-300F
PROFIBUS
F-DI
AI / AO
DI/DO
SIMATIC
ET 200S
DP/AS-i
F-Link
(Spec. 3.0)
Motor
Optional
AS-Interface
ASIsafe
Module
K45F
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SIRIUS
SIRIUS SIRIUS
Cable pull Position EMERswitch
switch GENCY
HOLD
SIMATIC
Light
curtain
Analog
Digital
I/O module I/O module
K60
K60R
Digital
I/O module
K20
Safety
monitor
Motor SIRIUS
EMERGENCY
HOLD
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Configuration 2: Integration in PROFINET networks with the SIMATIC fail-safe controller (SIMATIC
S7-315 F PN/DP, S7-317 F PN/DP, or S7-416F-3 PN/DP)
SIMATIC
S7-416F
PN/DP
HMI
SIMATIC
S7-300F
SIMATIC
ET 200S
PROFIBUS
PROFINET
F-DI
AI / AO
DI/DO
SIMATIC
ET 200pro
DP/AS-i
F-Link
(Spec. 3.0)
Motor
Motor
Optional
AS-Interface
ASIsafe
Module
K45F
SIRIUS
SIRIUS
Cable pull Position
switch
switch
SIRIUS
EMERGENCY
HOLD
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Light
curtain
Analog
Digital
I/O module I/O module
K60
K60R
Digital
I/O module
K20
Safety
monitor
Motor SIRIUS
EMERGENCY
HOLD
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Configuration 3: Alternative integration in PROFINET networks with the SIMATIC fail-safe controller
via IE / PB-Link
HMI
F-CPU
Controller
PROFINET
SIMATIC
ET 200S
IE/PB-Link
PROFIBUS
F-DI
AI / AO
DI/DO
SIMATIC
ET 200S
Motor
DP/AS-i
F-Link
(Spec. 3.0)
Motor
Optional
AS-Interface
ASIsafe
Module
K45F
SIRIUS
SIRIUS
Cable pull Position
switch
switch
SIRIUS
EMERGENCY
HOLD
SIMATIC
Light
curtain
Analog
Digital
I/O module I/O module
K60
K60R
Digital
I/O module
K20
Safety
monitor
Motor SIRIUS
EMERGENCY
HOLD
Additional options
Additional network integration options:
● Integration in SINUMERIK 840 D Power Line and Solution Line
● Integration under failsafe controllers from third-party vendors, by means of the
PROFIBUS type file (GSD).
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2.2
ASIsafe product overview
2.2.1
Images and features of the ASIsafe components
This section provides an overview of ASIsafe components as well as the accessories
available to help you assemble, install, and use these components. The tables contain
images of the products and their features.
ASIsafe components
Product
Features
DP / AS-i F-Link
Compact, safety-related gateway between PROFIBUS DP and
AS-Interface; can be used up to category 4 according to EN 954-1 /
SIL 3 according to IEC 61508 / PL e according to EN ISO 13849-1.
• Core element of the ASIsafe solution PROFIsafe
• Monitoring of the inputs of safety-related binary AS-i slaves and
data forwarding via PROFIsafe. No need for additional safetyrelated components for the AS-Interface (e.g. additional cabling,
safety monitor)
• Direct integration in PROFIBUS networks. Can be integrated in
PROFINET environments via the PROFINET / PROFIBUS
gateway (IE / PB-Link) or via SIMATIC S7-315 F PN/DP,
S7-317 F PN/DP, or S7-416F 3 PN/DP
• Integration in SINUMERIK safety concepts under
SINUMERIK 840 D pl/sl
• Optimum TIA integration in STEP 7 via Object Manager,
integration in engineering tools from third-party vendors via the
PROFIBUS type file (GSD).
• AS-i master in accordance with AS-Interface Specification V3.0,
master profile M4, for connecting up to 62 AS-i slaves with
integrated analog value transmission.
• Local diagnosis via LEDs and display with operator input keys.
• Module exchange without PG, as startup data is transferred via
the PROFIBUS DP master.
Safety monitor /
expanded safety monitor
Easy-to-configure safety functions up to category 4 according to
EN 954-1 / SIL 3 according to IEC 61508 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1.
• Core element of the ASIsafe solution local
• Monitors safe nodes and connects their signals
• Ensures safe shutdown
• The terminal blocks can be removed and are protected against
shock hazards and inversion
• With one or two OSSDs
• "Extended safety monitor" with extended main memory,
integrated ON/OFF delay, and pulse functions
Quick-and-easy configuration of the safety monitor via the PC
software "asimon"
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Product
Features
Safe modules
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6)
EMERGENCY STOP command devices
Position switches / cable-operated switches
Position switches
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Cable-operated
switches
Easy integration of safe signals both in the switching cabinet and in
the field
• Degrees of protection IP65/IP67 or IP20
• Compact dimensions as of a construction width of 20 mm
• Inputs:
– Two inputs (single channel)
– One input (double channel)
– Two channels (double channel)
– Electronic signals (e.g. light curtain)
• E.g: Standard position switch or magnetic switch can be
connected
• Variants with two standard outputs also available
Simple, direct connection of tried-and-tested command devices to
ASIsafe
• Degree of protection IP65/IP67
• EMERGENCY STOP can be connected directly to AS-Interface
via integrated modules
• Metal or plastic design
• Any combination of pushbuttons, indicator lights, knob-operated
switches; can be actuated with just one cable
Standard wiring of safety functions no longer required
• Degree of protection IP65
• Direct connection of position switches or cable-pull switches
• Available with separate actuator or lock
• Encased in molded plastic or metal
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Product
Features
ESPE (electro-sensitive protective equipment
Laser scanners
Light array /
curtain
Active and optical protection for personnel, can be connected directly
or via the ASIsafe module K45F LS
• Degree of protection IP65
• Up to category 3 according to EN 954-1 / SIL 2 according to
IEC 61508 / PL d according to EN ISO 13849-1: Laser scanners
•
up to category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL 3 according to
IEC 61508 / PL d according to EN ISO 13849-1: Light arrays
/ curtains
Also with integrated muting function
System components and accessories
Function / product
Properties
Adressing unit
for commissioning
Simplest method of addressing and parameterizing the slave
• All the nodes in the AS-Interface network can be addressed
(standard and A/B slaves)
• Reads the input/output and ID codes of the slaves
• Parameterization of the slaves (ID1 or analog parameters)
• AS-Interface voltage can be measured
• Outputs can be set directly and slave inputs can be read
• Can be commissioned without a PLC
• Complete plant configurations can be saved
Analyzer
for maintenance and servicing
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printing reports as well as performing on-site analysis and remote
diagnostics
• Quality and reliability of an AS-Interface installation can be
checked
• Data can be transferred to a PC/PG via an RS232 interface
• Software-based evaluation
• Test reports generated automatically
• Advanced trigger functions enable precise analysis
• Multiple error display enables preventive diagnostics
• Process data (standard and Safety) can be viewed online
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Function / product
Properties
Cable
Rapid exchange and connection to AS-Interface by means of
piercing technique.
• Trapezoidal profile protects against incorrect polarity
• Cables made of materials optimized for different applications
Range extension
Reduced infrastructure costs, greater range of applications, and
greater flexibility in plant design.
• An extension plug is available to extend an AS-i segments to
max. 200 m (without additional power supply unit)
• Extension by one bus segment with AS-i repeater
Repeaters / extenders
Extension
Maximum expansion increases (on combination) to as much as 600
m
Distributors / M12 feeders
Compact distributor
M12 branch
Special modules
Overvoltage protection
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Ground fault detection
Quick and easy distribution and branching to the AS-i trapezoidal
cable
• Simple distribution of the AS-i trapezoidal cable with a high
degree of protection
• Branching from AS-i and Uaux to round cable
• Connection of slaves with M12 bus connection
• Easy to use
Ground fault detection and protecting against overvoltages on AS-i
• Advanced diagnostics function that detects, displays (LED), and
signals (2 outputs) ground faults.
• Overvoltage protection
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2.2.2
ASIsafe device variants (incl. accessories)
This section provides an overview of the variants of safety monitors, safe gateways, as well
as switching cabinet and field modules that can be used with ASIsafe.
Safety monitors
Safety monitor
No. of OSSDs
Order number
With screw terminals
With spring-loaded
terminals
1
3RK1105-1AE04-0CA0
3RK1105-1AG04-0CA0
2
3RK1105-1BE04-0CA0
3RK1105-1BG04-0CA0
Expanded safety
monitor
1
3RK1105-1AE04-2CA0
3RK1105-1AG04-2CA0
2
3RK1105-1BE04-2CA0
3RK1105-1BG04-2CA0
Safety monitor V3
2
3RK1105-1BE04-4CA0
3RK1105-1BG04-4CA0
Basic safety monitor
DP / AS-i F-Link
Device
Order number
DP/AS-i F-Link
With screw terminals
With spring-loaded
terminals
3RK3141-1CD10
3RK3141-2CD10
Devices and modules for IP20
Device type
No. of OSSDs
AS-Interface F adapter; 2F-DI
front plate assembly
2F-DI / 2 DO
Safe SlimLine module
S22,5F
Order number
With screw terminals
With spring-loaded
terminals
3SF5402-1AA03
3SF5402-1AA04
3SF5402-1AB03
3SF5402-1AB03
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
3RK1205-0BG00-0AA2
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
3RK1405-0BG00-0AA2
2F-DI / 2 DO
and Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA2
3RK1405-1BG00-0AA2
Modules for IP65 / IP67
Device type
Inputs/outputs
Order number
Safe compact module K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
Safety compact module K45F 1
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
Safety compact module K45F LS 1
1
2F-DI / 2 DO and Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
4F-DI
3RK1205-0CQ00-0AA3
2F-DI for light curtains type 2
3RK1205-0BQ21-0AA3
2F-DI for light curtains type 4
3RK1205-0BQ24-0AA3
Modules are shipped without mounting plate
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General accessories
Accessories
Order number
ASIsafe CD:
• "asimon V3" configuration software
• Diagnostics package for STEP 7 (FB 102)
3RK1802-2FB06-0GA1
Cable set for safety monitor
comprising:
• PC configuration cable
• Download cable
3RK1901-5AA00
Accessories for K20F (M12 branches)
Type of M12 branch
Terminal connection diagram
Order number
•
M12 branch with
internally-extruded
cable
M12 branch:
3RK1 901-1NR11 (1 m) or
3RK1 901-1NR12 (2 m)
•
M12 branch with
socket
Separate M12
cable
M12 branch:
3RX9 801-0AA00
4 x M12 branch
Separate M12
cable
M12 branch:
3RK1 901-1NR00
•
•
•
M12 cable:
3RX8 000-0GF42-1AA6 (0.6 m)
3RX8 000-0GF42-1AB6 (1.0 m)
3RX8 000-0GF42-1AB5 (1.5 m)
M12 cable:
3RX8 000-0GF42-1AA6 (0.6 m)
3RX8 000-0GF42-1AB6 (1.0 m)
3RX8 000-0GF42-1AB5 (1.5 m)
Accessories for K20F and K45F
Accessories
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Order number
Mounting plate for
K45F
For wall mounting
3RK1901-2EA00
For DIN rail mounting
3RK1901-2DA00
Input jumper for
K20F / K45F
Black version
3RK1901-1AA00
Red version
3RK1901-1AA01
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2.3
Function blocks of the safety monitor
Note
For information on how to use the monitoring blocks, see the "asimon V3" configuration
software manual.
The following section describes the monitoring blocks required for a better understanding of
the content of this manual.
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2.3.1
Function blocks of type "forced"
Forced
Type symbol
Function block
Symbol
Meaning
EMERGENCY STOP
Protective door
ESPE
(electro-sensitive protective equipment)
Module:
for connecting safety switching elements via a
safety-related AS-Interface module
Enabling button
Key-operated switch
Coupling
AS-Interface safety monitor of a coupled network
which, as a safe input slave, informs another
network of its enable data. Local acknowledgement
not possible.
With "forced" monitoring blocks, the switching signal of the relevant safe AS-Interface slave
acts on all four bits of the transfer sequence.
A startup test and/or "local acknowledgement" can also be carried out if required. If the "Also
acknowledge after startup" checkbox is activated, a "local acknowledgement" is also
required after the AS-Interface safety monitor has been switched on or after a
communications fault (warm start of the AS-Interface safety monitor).
Note
If just one contact closes/opens, the block switches to error mode after a tolerated
monitoring time of 100 ms.
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2.3.2
Function blocks of type "dependent"
dependent
Type symbol
Function block
Symbol
Meaning
EMERGENCY STOP
Protective door
ESPE
(electro-sensitive protective equipment)
Module:
for connecting safety switching elements via a
safety-related AS-Interface module
Enabling button
Key-operated switch
Zweihandbedienung
(nach EN 574: Synchronisationszeit max. 500 ms)
With "dependent" monitoring blocks, the two switching signals of the relevant safe ASInterface slave each act on two bits of the transfer sequence.
In the "Synchronisation time" input field, you can define the interval within which both
switching signals must be received. If just one contact opens, the second contact must still
open before the first contact can be closed.
A startup test and/or "local acknowledgement" can also be carried out if required. If the "Also
acknowledge after startup" checkbox is activated, a "local acknowledgement" is also
required after the AS-Interface safety monitor has been switched on or after a
communications fault (warm start of the AS-Interface safety monitor).
Note
If the synchronization time defined by the user is exceeded, actuation must be repeated. If
the synchronization time is set to infinite (∞), the AS-Interface safety monitor waits with the
enable signal until the second switching signal is received.
WARNING
If two-hand operation is used, note the relevant instructions in the documentation provided
by the manufacturer.
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2.3.3
Function blocks of type "conditionally dependent"
Type symbol
conditionally dependent
Function block
Symbol
Meaning
Protective door with lock
Module:
for connecting standard safety elements via a safetyrelated AS-Interface module
With "conditionally dependent" monitoring blocks, the two switching signals of the relevant
safe AS-Interface slave each act on two bits of the transfer sequence. The first switching
signal must be present here in order for the the second, dependent switching signal to be
accepted. The user can define which contacts are interdependent. If the second, dependent
switching signal is received before the first one, this is an error.
Example: A door switch with interlock
The door switch operates one contact (independent contact). The interlock monitor operates
the other contact (dependent contact). The interlock can only be opened and closed when
the door is closed. If the door contact is open when the interlock is closed, this is an error.
CAUTION
Conditionally dependent monitoring blocks only offer limited safety because they are not
checked with respect to simultaneity. You must ensure that the conditionally dependent
monitoring blocks fulfill the requirements of the relevant category according to EN 954-1 /
SIL according to IEC 61508 / PL according to EN ISO 13849-1.
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2.3.4
Function blocks of type "independent"
independent
Type symbol
Funktionsbaustein
Symbol
Meaning
EMERGENCY STOP
Protective door
Module:
for connecting standard safety elements via a safetyrelated AS-Interface module
Enabling button
Key-operated switch
With "independent" monitoring blocks, the two switching signals of the relevant safe ASInterface slave each act on two bits of the transfer sequence. The only requirement here is
that both switching signals are received. A synchronization time is not defined.
A startup test and/or "local acknowledgement" can also be carried out if required. If the "Also
acknowledge after startup" checkbox is activated, a "local acknowledgement" is also
required after the AS-Interface safety monitor has been switched on or after a
communications fault (warm start of the AS-Interface safety monitor).
NOTICE
If "Start-up test" is selected, both switches must always be open during the test.
A startup test must also be carried out after an error condition is reset.
CAUTION
Independent monitoring blocks only offer limited safety because they are not checked with
respect to simultaneity. You must ensure that the independent monitoring blocks fulfill the
requirements of the relevant category according to EN 954-1 / SIL according to IEC 61508 /
PL according to EN ISO 13849-1.
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2.3.5
Function block of type "Stop category 1 - two relay outputs"
Block icon
Stop category 1 - two relay outputs
When the circuit is enabled (ON), the "Stop category 1 - two relay outputs" output block
activates the output circuits (two relays each) of both OSSDs simultaneously. If a sensor
input causes the circuit to shut down (OFF), the safety monitor shuts down the output circuit
of OSSD 1 immediately. Once the set switch-off delay has elapsed, the safety monitor also
shuts down the output circuit of the dependent OSSD. You can set the switch-off delay
anywhere between 0 s and 300 s in increments of 100 ms. The circuit cannot be switched on
again until the safety monitor has also shut down the dependent output circuit.
Note
If an internal AS-Interface safety monitor error occurs, all the output circuits are shut down
immediately. With all other errors (e.g. communication interrupt), the set switch-off delay is
retained.
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2.3.6
Function block of type "Door lock by means of delay time"
Block icon
Door lock by means of delay time
When the safety monitor shuts down the first output circuit, it switches on the second output
circuit after the set delay time has elapsed. This delay time can be set anywhere between
1 s and 300 s in increments of 1 s. To switch on the first output circuit, the safety monitor
must have shut down the second output circuit beforehand.
If the sensors allow the circuit to be enabled (ON) again before the second output circuit has
been switched on, the second output circuit remains OFF and the safety monitor switches on
the first output circuit again.
Note
This output block is only available when two dependent OSSDs are used.
Once the AS-Interface safety monitor has been switched on, the second output circuit
remains inactive for at least the set delay time.
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2.3.7
Function block of type "Stop category 0"
Block icon
Stop category 0
Note
The "stop category 0" output block is only available when one or two independent OSSDs
are used.
When the circuit is enabled (ON), the output block "stop category 0" activates the signaling
output and output circuit simultaneously. When the circuit is shut down (OFF), the output
block shuts down the signaling output and the output circuit immediately.
You can choose the assignment of the OSSD in the dropdown box.
Note
If an error occurs in the AS-Interface safety monitor, the status of the signaling output is
undefined. The output circuit is shut down.
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2.3.8
Function block of type "External device monitoring circuit"
Block icon
External device monitoring circuit
When the safety outputs have been shut down, the contactor monitor input on the
AS-Interface safety monitor must be active (ON).
Once the safety outputs have been switched on (enable), the contactor monitor input is not
relevant for the set switching time. The input must then be inactive (OFF). The status of the
contactor monitor is active (ON).
Once the safety outputs have been shut down, the status of the contactor monitor switches
to inactive (OFF) and the contactor monitor input is not queried for the set switching time.
The contactor monitor input must then be active again (ON).
Once the monitor has been shut down, the contactor monitor prevents the monitor from
being reactivated during the set switching time. This aims to ensure that all downstream
contactors have reached the idle state before the contactor monitor queries the input signal
again to prevent an error lock.
Error lock
If the input is inactive (OFF) when the safety outputs have been shut down or active (ON)
when the safety outputs have been switched on, the software switches to error mode and is
locked.
NOTICE
With a dynamic contactor monitor with error lock:
• The contactor control cannot be connected in series with operational switches.
• The external device monitoring circuit cannot be connected in series with operational
switches.
Limited error lock
If the input is inactive (OFF) when the safety outputs have been shut down, the software
switches to error mode and is locked. If the input remains active (ON) once the safety
outputs have been switched on (e.g. if the contactor does not pick up due to a melted fuse),
the contactor monitor shuts down the safety outputs of the OSSD again.
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NOTICE
A dynamic contactor monitor with limited error lock cannot be used in conjunction with
automatic startup because the safety outputs of the AS-Interface safety monitor may switch
on and off continuously.
2.3.9
Function block of type "External device monitoring circuit for second, dependent
OSSD"
Block icon
External device monitoring circuit for second, dependent OSSD
The external device monitoring circuit for a second, dependent OSSD has the same function
as a standard external device monitoring circuit. This external device monitoring circuit
monitors the series-connected contactor on the second channel, but only acts on the
enabling signal for channel 1.
Note
This external device monitoring circuit block can only be used in the first OSSD of a
configuration with two dependent shutdown units.
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2.4 Configuration of DP / AS-i F-Link
2.4
Configuration of DP / AS-i F-Link
Note
A detailed guide to configuring DP / AS-i F-Link is available in
"DP / AS-i F-Link" in the section "Configuration"
A guide to programming DP / AS-i F-Link is available in
"S7 Distributed Safety - Configuring and Programming".
The following section describes all the configurations required for a better understanding of
the content of this manual.
2.4.1
Configuring the PROFIBUS DP master system
Configure DP/AS-i F-Link as a modular PROFIBUS DP slave in HW Config of the
PROFIBUS DP master.
Procedure
1. Open your STEP 7 project.
2. Generate OB 82, OB 85, and OB 86 additionally for the project.
3. Open the HW Config of the PROFIBUS DP master.
4. Select the DP / AS-i F-Link in the "Hardware Catalog" window.
Path: PROFIBUS-DP -> DP/AS-i -> DP/AS-i F-Link -> 3RK3141-xCD10 -> V1.0
5. Drag & drop the selected DP/AS-i F-Link to the DP master system.
The "Properties - PROFIBUS Interface..." dialog opens.
6. Set the properties of the PROFIBUS sub-network.
7. Select the PROFIBUS address for the DP / AS-i F-Link
8. Acknowledge the settings with "OK".
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Result
Figure 2-7
2.4.2
Configuring DP / ASi F-Link
①
A symbol for the DP / AS-i F-Link is appended to the DP master system.
②
In the lower section of the station window, a detailed view of the DP / AS-i F-Link appears with
its possible slots or DP IDs.
③
This is followed by the lines for the AS-i address table, which has yet to be maintained.
Filling the AS-i address table
If the lines of the AS-i address table have not yet been populated using the "Load into PG"
function, you can supplement the table with placeholder modules and specify them later. The
Object Manager checks possible destination addresses and represents the relevant lines
against a green background. You have the following options available to you:
● Drag & drop an AS-i slave from the Hardware Catalog (PROFIBUS-DP > DP/AS-i >
DP/AS-i F-Link > 3RK3141-xCD10 > V1.0 > AS-i F slave or AS-i slave)
● Selection of an AS-i slave via the context menu "Insert Object..." (V1.0 > AS-i F slave or
AS-i slave)
● Copying and inserting via the clipboard
● Moving the contents of the line while holding down the left mouse key. This changes the
AS-i address of a configured slave.
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2.4.3
Calling the "Properties AS-i F Slave ..." dialog box
To specify the placeholder modules or for changing the AS-i slave parameters, open the
"Properties - AS-i Slave -..." or "Properties - AS-i F Slave -..." dialog box in the following
ways:
● Double-click on an assigned address line
● Click on the context menu "Object Properties...".
The following tabs are available:
● "General"
● "Configuration"
● "ASIsafe", when selecting an ASIsafe slave
Make the settings and acknowledge the inputs with "OK" to terminate the dialog.
2.4.4
"ASIsafe" tab - parameterization, one-channel
Parameterize the "ASIsafe" tab as follows:
In the case of "1oo1 evaluation", the sensor is available once and has a single-channel
connection to the first input of the ASIsafe slave. To do so, jumper the second input of the
ASIsafe slave. Instead of the jumper, you can also connect a second single-channel sensor
to the second input. Only if both inputs supply ONE signals does the DP / AS-i F-Link
forward a resulting ONE signal to the PLC.
NOTICE
ESPE (light barriers, light arrays, light curtains, laser scanners) must always be evaluated
with "1oo2 evaluation".
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2.4 Configuration of DP / AS-i F-Link
2.4.5
"ASIsafe" tab - parameterization, two-channel
Parameterize the "ASIsafe" tab as follows:
In the case of "1oo2 evaluation" (default), both inputs of the ASIsafe slave are occupied by
one two-channel sensor or by two single-channel sensors. Functionally, the two singlechannel sensors belong together as a pair.
When the module's internal parameterized discrepancy time is active, the value "0" is made
available to the safety program in the F-CPU for the affected ASIsafe slaves. If the
discrepancy remains even after the parameterizable discrepancy time has elapsed, a
discrepancy error is present and results in a diagnostic interrupt.
The discrepancy time can be set anywhere between 100 ms (default) and 2500 ms in
increments of 10 ms.
Note
The message "Test 0 signal required at both channels" for module parameter "Reintegration
after a discrepancy" means a discrepancy error is not considered to be rectified until a 0
signal is present again at both input channels.
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2.4.6
"ASIsafe" tab - parameterization of position switch with lock and ASIsafe
Parameterize the "ASIsafe" tab as follows:
The discrepancy error is suppressed when the following signals are present:
● 0 signal at channel 2 (check-back signal from magnet)
And
● 1 signal at channel 1 (check-back signal from position switch)
The discrepancy analysis starts as soon as the following signals are present:
● 1 signal at channel 2 (check-back signal from magnet)
And
● 0 signal at channel 1 (check-back signal from position switch)
If the discrepancy is present within the parameterizable discrepancy time, a discrepancy
error is present and results in a diagnostic interrupt.
Note
The message "Test 0 signal required at both channels" for module parameter "Reintegration
after a discrepancy" means a discrepancy error is not considered to be rectified until a 0
signal is present again at both input channels.
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3
Protected installation of sensor cables
WARNING
Sensor cables for single-channel sensors must be installed in such a way that they are
short-circuit and ground fault proof.
NOTICE
Sensor cables must always be installed in such a way that they are protected, that is,
according to EN 60204 (Electrical equipment of machines):
Cables and their terminals outside the housing of electrical equipment must be routed
through suitable cable ducts (i.e. electric wiring conduits or ducting to be opened).
Exceptions here include cables and wires that are properly protected and that can be
installed without cable ducts as well as with or without open cable trays or fixings. If devices
(e.g. position or proximity switch) are shipped with an integrated connection cable, the
cables do not need to be installed in a cable duct provided that the cable is suitable for its
intended purpose, is sufficiently short, and is positioned or protected in such a way that the
risk of damage is minimized.
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3.1 AS-Interface F adapter
3.1
AS-Interface F adapter
3.1.1
AS-Interface F adapter, 2F-DI (/ 1 DO); for EMERGENCY OFF / EMERGENCY
STOP command unit SIRIUS 3SB3
AS-Interface F adapter
2F-DI, screw connection
3SF5402-1AA03
AS-Interface F adapter
2F-DI, spring-type connection
3SF5402-1AA04
AS-Interface F adapter
2F-DI / 1 DO, screw connection
3SF5402-1AB03
AS-Interface F adapter
2F-DI / 1 DO, spring-type connection
3SF5402-1AB04
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 61508 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
Assembly
1. Position the device on the EMERGENCY STOP/OFF actuator
2. Engage the snap hook.
Figure 3-1
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3.1 AS-Interface F adapter
Connection
WARNING
The only sensors that can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
PP
$6L
Figure 3-2
PP
$6L
Connecting the AS-i F adapter (in this example: screw connection)
Characteristic data for the LED control output
Variable
Values
Uout
20 ... 25 V
Imax
20 mA
Max. cable length
100 mm
Configuration
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2
Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.1
S22,5 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must
be jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
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$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
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),1
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.2
S22,5 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Note
Category 4 allows more than one EMERGENCY STOP command units to be connected
in series.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.3
S22,5 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.4
S22,5 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must
be jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
5.%($$
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.5
S22,5 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, two doors, category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring (two doors)
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
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$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
5.%($$
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.6
S22,5 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.7
S22,5 2F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BE00-0AA2
● Magnetically-operated switch monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several magnetically-operated switches for protective door
monitoring to be connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
6(%$
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.8
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must be
jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
287 287
0
0
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.9
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
Switching capacity of the outputs
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Note
Category 4 allows more than one EMERGENCY STOP command units to be connected in
series.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
287 287
0
0
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.10
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring;
category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
287 287
0
0
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.11
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; protective door monitoring, category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must be
jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
287 287
0
0
5.%($$
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.12
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; protective door monitoring, two doors; category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring (two doors)
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
287 287
0
0
5.%($$
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.13
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; protective door monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
287 287
0
0
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.14
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BE00-0AA2
● Magnetically-operated switch monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several magnetically-operated switches for protective door
monitoring to be connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
6(%$
287
287
287 287
0
0
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.15
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must be
jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
/
287 287
0
0
0
5.%($$
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.16
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Note
Category 4 allows more than one EMERGENCY STOP command units to be connected in
series.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
/
287 287
0
0
0
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.17
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring;
category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA2
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
/
287 287
0
0
0
5.%($$
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.18
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; protective door monitoring, category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must be
jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
287
287
/
287 287
0
0
0
5.%($$
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.19
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; protective door monitoring, two doors; category 2
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring (two doors)
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
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$6L
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),1
287
287
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287 287
0
0
0
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.20
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; protective door monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA2
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
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$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
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),1
287
287
/
287 287
0
0
0
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3.2 Safe SlimLine module S22,5F
3.2.21
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, U_aux; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4
SlimLine module S22,5F
S22,5 2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BE00-0AA
● Magnetically-operated switch monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several magnetically-operated switches for protective door
monitoring to be connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Connection
Configuration
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$6L ),1 ),1
$6L
$''5
),1
),1
6(%$
287
287
/
287 287
0
0
0
5.%($$
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4
Protected installation of sensor cables
WARNING
Sensor cables for single-channel sensors must be installed in such a way that they are
short-circuit and ground fault proof.
NOTICE
Sensor cables must always be installed in such a way that they are protected, that is,
according to EN 60204 (Electrical equipment of machines):
Cables and their terminals outside the housing of electrical equipment must be routed
through suitable cable ducts (i.e. electric wiring conduits or ducting to be opened).
Exceptions here include cables and wires that are properly protected and that can be
installed without cable ducts as well as with or without open cable trays or fixings. If devices
(e.g. position or proximity switch) are shipped with an integrated connection cable, the
cables do not need to be installed in a cable duct provided that the cable is suitable for its
intended purpose, is sufficiently short, and is positioned or protected in such a way that the
risk of damage is minimized.
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4.1 Safe compact module K20F
4.1
Safe compact module K20F
4.1.1
K20F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2
K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must
be jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
5.%4$$
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variants (incl. accessories) (Page 29)
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
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4.1 Safe compact module K20F
4.1.2
K20F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4
K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Note
Category 4 allows more than one EMERGENCY STOP command units to be connected
in series.
Connection
Configuration
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4.1 Safe compact module K20F
4.1.3
K20F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 2
K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
5.%4$$
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4.1 Safe compact module K20F
4.1.4
K20F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 2
K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
Both sensor inputs are always evaluated with ASIsafe, which means that an unused
input must be jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
5.%4$$
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variants (incl. accessories) (Page 29)
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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4.1 Safe compact module K20F
4.1.5
K20F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, two doors, category 2
K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring (two doors)
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
5.%4$$
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4.1 Safe compact module K20F
4.1.6
K20F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4
K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
5.%4$$
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4.1 Safe compact module K20F
4.1.7
K20F 2F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4
K20F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ30-0AA3
● Magnetically-operated switch monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several magnetically-operated switches for protective door
monitoring to be connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Connection
Configuration
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5.%4$$
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4.2 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2
Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2.1
K45F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2
K45F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must
be jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
$''5
$6L
)$8/7
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
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variants (incl. accessories) (Page 29)
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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4.2 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2.2
K45F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4
K45F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Note
Category 4 allows more than one EMERGENCY STOP command units to be connected
in series.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
$''5
$6L
)$8/7
6,(0(16
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4.2 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2.3
K45F 2F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 2
K45F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
$''5
$6L
)$8/7
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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4.2 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2.4
K45F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 2
K45F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must
be jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
$''5
$6L
)$8/7
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
An input jumper is available as an accessory; see ASIsafe device
variants (incl. accessories) (Page 29)
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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4.2 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2.5
K45F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, two doors, category 2
K45F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring (two doors)
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
$''5
$6L
)$8/7
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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4.2 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2.6
K45F 2F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4
K45F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
$''5
$6L
)$8/7
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
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4.2 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI
4.2.7
K45F 2F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4
K45F
2F-DI
3RK1205-0BQ00-0AA3
● Magnetically-operated switch monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several magnetically-operated switches for protective door
monitoring to be connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
6(%$
$''5
$6L
)$8/7
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
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4.3 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3
Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3.1
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 2
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must be
jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
287
287
$''5
$6L $8;
)$8/7 32:(5
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
An input jumper is available as an accessory; see ASIsafe device
variants (incl. accessories) (Page 29)
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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4.3 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3.2
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category 4
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Note
Category 4 allows more than one EMERGENCY STOP command units to be connected in
series.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
287
287
$''5
$6L $8;
)$8/7 32:(5
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
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4.3 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3.3
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring;
category 2
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
287
287
$''5
$6L $8;
)$8/7 32:(5
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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4.3 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3.4
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); protective door monitoring, category 2
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must be
jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
287
287
$''5
$6L $8;
)$8/7 32:(5
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
An input jumper is available as an accessory; see ASIsafe device
variants (incl. accessories) (Page 29)
For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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4.3 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3.5
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); protective door monitoring, two doors; category 2
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring (two doors)
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
287
287
$''5
$8;
$6L
)$8/7 32:(5
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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4.3 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3.6
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); protective door monitoring, category 4
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
● Protective door monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
Connection
Configuration
)
,1
)
,1
287
287
$''5
$8;
$6L
)$8/7 32:(5
6,(0(16
5.%4$$
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4.3 Safe compact module K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO
4.3.7
K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux); magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO
3RK1405-0BQ20-0AA3
K45F
2F-DI / 2 DO, Uaux
3RK1405-1BQ20-0AA3
● Magnetically-operated switch monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
Switching capacity of the outputs
Auxiliary voltage
Current at OUT1
Current at OUT2
Total current
without Uaux
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
≤ 150 mA
with Uaux
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 0.7 A
≤ 1.4 A
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several magnetically-operated switches for protective door
monitoring to be connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Connection
Configuration
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4.4 Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI
4.4
Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI
4.4.1
K45F 4F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 2
K45F
4F-DI
3RK1205-0CQ00-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● Independent
WARNING
ASIsafe always evaluates both sensor inputs, which means that an unused input must
be jumpered.
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
NOTICE
This module occupies two AS-i addresses, which must be parameterized separately.
Connection
Configuration
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)
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Input jumpers are available as accessories; see ASIsafe device
variants (incl. accessories) (Page 29)
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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4.4 Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI
4.4.2
K45F 4F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP monitoring, category 4
K45F
4F-DI
3RK1205-0CQ00-0AA3
● Monitoring two different EMERGEBCY STOP signals
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
NOTICE
This module occupies two AS-i addresses, which must be parameterized separately.
Note
Category 4 allows more than one EMERGENCY STOP command units to be connected
in series.
Connection
Configuration
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)
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4.4 Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI
4.4.3
K45F 4F-DI; EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring; category 4
K45F
4F-DI
3RK1205-0CQ00-0AA3
● EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Forced
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
NOTICE
This module occupies two AS-i addresses, which must be parameterized separately
and, in this case, differently too.
Connection
Configuration
Address 1:
EMERGENCY STOP monitoring
Configured like K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux);
EMERGENCY STOP monitoring; category
4 (Page 87)
Address 2:
Protective door monitoring
Configuration like K45F 2F-DI / 2 DO, (U_aux);
protective door monitoring, category 4 (Page 91)
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4.4 Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI
4.4.4
K45F 4F-DI; protective door monitoring, category 4
K45F
4F-DI
3RK1205-0CQ00-0AA3
● Monitoring two different protective doors
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
NOTICE
This module occupies two AS-i addresses, which must be parameterized separately.
Connection
Configuration
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)
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)
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)
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4.4 Safe compact module K45F 4F-DI
4.4.5
K45F 4F-DI; magnetically-operated switch monitoring, category 4
K45F
4F-DI
3RK1205-0CQ00-0AA3
● Magnetically-operated switch monitoring
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Dependent
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several magnetically-operated switches for protective door
monitoring to be connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
NOTICE
This module occupies two AS-i addresses, which must be parameterized separately.
Connection
Configuration
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)
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)
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)
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4.5 Safety compact module K45F LS
4.5
Safety compact module K45F LS
4.5.1
K45F LS; category 2; connection of a 3RG7843 light curtain
K45F
LS
3RK1205-0BQ21-0AA3
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1)
● For connecting light curtains type 2 according to IEC/EN 61496-1
1)
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Only one ESPE can be connected to the module.
Outputs must always be tested.
Note
The module suppresses test pulses from testing outputs. Due to the system, this
increases the response time up to which the safety monitor shuts down by 20 ms.
To connect the SIMATIC light curtains to ASIsafe module K45F LS, a prefabricated cable
for transmitters (e.g. 5 m: 3RG7848-3EA) and receivers (e.g. 5 m: 3RG7848-3CA) is
available.
Connection
Configuration
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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4.5 Safety compact module K45F LS
4.5.2
K45F LS; category 4; connection of a 3RG7846 light curtain
K45F
LS
3RK1205-0BQ24-0AA3
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● For connecting light curtains type 4 according to IEC/EN 61496-1
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. Only one ESPE can
be connected to the module. Outputs must always be tested.
The module does not check two-channel sensors to determine whether they have shut
down correctly on both channels. If the sensor has shut down on one channel only, a
two-channel shutdown signal is sent to the safety monitor. This means that reactivation
is possible without a test, that is, the connected safety sensor must check the two
channels and prevent reactivation.
Note
The module suppresses test pulses from testing outputs. Due to the system, this
increases the response time up to which the safety monitor shuts down by 20 ms.
To connect the SIMATIC light curtains to ASIsafe module K45F LS, a prefabricated cable
for transmitters (e.g. 5 m: 3RG7848-3EA) and receivers (e.g. 5 m: 3RG7848-3CA) is
available.
Connection
Configuration
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4.5 Safety compact module K45F LS
4.5.3
K45F LS; category 2; connection of a light curtain type 2
K45F
LS
3RK1205-0BQ21-0AA3
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
● For connecting light curtains type 2 according to IEC/EN 61496-1
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected.
Only one ESPE can be connected to the module.
Outputs must always be tested.
Note
The module suppresses test pulses from testing outputs. Due to the system, this
increases the response time up to which the safety monitor shuts down by 20 ms.
Connection
Configuration
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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4.5 Safety compact module K45F LS
4.5.4
K45F LS; category 4; connection of a light curtain type 4
K45F
LS
3RK1205-0BQ24-0AA3
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● For connecting light curtains type 4 according to IEC/EN 61496-1
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. Only one ESPE can
be connected to the module. Outputs must always be tested.
The module does not check two-channel sensors to determine whether they have shut
down correctly on both channels. If the sensor has shut down on one channel only, a
two-channel shutdown signal is sent to the safety monitor. This means that reactivation
is possible without a test, that is, the connected safety sensor must check the two
channels and prevent reactivation.
Note
The module suppresses test pulses from testing outputs. Due to the system, this
increases the response time up to which the safety monitor shuts down by 20 ms.
Connection
Configuration
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4.6 Sensors with direct connection to AS-Interface
4.6
Sensors with direct connection to AS-Interface
4.6.1
EMERGENCY STOP with direct interface
● EMERGENCY STOP
● Direct interface
● Forced
Connection
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4.6 Sensors with direct connection to AS-Interface
4.6.2
Position switch with direct interface
● Position switches
● Direct interface
● Independent / dependent
Connection
Configuration
Position switches with an AS-i direct interface and
one NC contact are parameterized as
"independent":
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two NC contacts are parameterized as "dependent":
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4.6 Sensors with direct connection to AS-Interface
4.6.3
ESPE with direct interface
● ESPE: Light curtain / light array / laser scanner
● Direct interface
● Forced
The electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE) used in this example is a light curtain. A
laser scanner could also be used here.
Connection
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5
Checking the safety category
In some of the following examples, the safety category is not specified. In these examples,
either the "conditionally dependent" function block or the "discrepancy error suppression"
function is used.
In these cases, you must check whether the requirements for your chosen safety category
can be fulfilled with the selected example.
WARNING
Discrepancy error suppression
Discrepancy error suppression for 0 signal at channel 1 or 2 only offers a limited level of
safety because a simultaneity check is not carried out. You must carefully check whether
the requirements for your chosen safety category can be fulfilled by using discrepancy error
suppression for 0 signal at channel 1 or 2.
WARNING
Conditionally dependent
Conditionally dependent monitoring blocks only offer limited safety because they are not
checked for simultaneity. You must carefully check whether the requirements for your
chosen safety category can be fulfilled by using a two-channel, conditionally dependent
monitoring block.
Protected installation of sensor cables
NOTICE
Sensor cables must always be installed in such a way that they are protected, that is,
according to EN 60204 (Electrical equipment of machines):
Cables and their terminals outside the housing of electrical equipment must be routed
through suitable cable ducts (i.e. electric wiring conduits or ducting to be opened).
Exceptions here include cables and wires that are properly protected and that can be
installed without cable ducts as well as with or without open cable trays or fixings. If devices
(e.g. position or proximity switch) are shipped with an integrated connection cable, the
cables do not need to be installed in a cable duct provided that the cable is suitable for its
intended purpose, is sufficiently short, and is positioned or protected in such a way that the
risk of damage is minimized.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
5.1
Spring-locked protective door lock
5.1.1
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; safety monitor
● Spring-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Safety compact module K45F
● Non-safety unlocking via K45F
Connection
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
The actuator ① must be protected against external force.
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Protective door monitoring; spring-locked position switch; K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; safety monitor
If no voltage is present on the magnet, the protective door is locked.
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
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Configuration
● A standard output on the K45F module enables the protective door.
● ① The safety monitor monitors the actuator and the magnet ("conditionally dependent").
Connect the magnet to pins 1/2 and the actuator to pins 3/4. When you activate the
"Independent In-1" parameter, you can unlock the protective door without having to open
it afterwards.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
5.1.2
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; DP / AS-i F-Link
● Spring-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Safety compact module K45F
● Non-safety unlocking via K45F
Connection
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
The actuator ① must be protected against external force.
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Protective door monitoring with lock; spring-locked position switch; K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; DP / AS-i F-Link
If no voltage is present on the magnet, the protective door is locked.
For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● A standard output on the K45F module enables the protective door.
● ① DP / AS-i F-Link monitors the actuator and the magnet. Connect the magnet to
pins 1/2 and the actuator to pins 3/4. When you choose discrepancy error suppression
"For 0 signal on channel 1", you can unlock the protective door without having to open it
afterwards.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
5.1.3
Direct interface; safety monitor
● Spring-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Direct connection to AS-Interface
● Non-safe unlock
Connection
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
The actuator ① must be protected against external force.
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Protective door monitoring; spring-locked position switch; direct interface; safety monitor
If no voltage is present on the magnet, the protective door is locked.
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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Configuration
● ① The safety monitor monitors the actuator and the magnet ("conditionally dependent").
When you activate the "Independent In-1" parameter, you can unlock the protective door
without having to open it afterwards.
● The standard output integrated in the position switch can be used to enable the protective
door.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
5.1.4
Direct interface; DP / AS-i F-Link
● Spring-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Direct connection to AS-Interface
● Non-safe unlock
Connection
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
The actuator ① must be protected against external force.
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Protective door monitoring; spring-locked position switch; DP / AS-i F-Link
If no voltage is present on the magnet, the protective door is locked.
1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● The standard output of the position switch with ASIsafe enables the protective door.
● ① DP / AS-i F-Link monitors the actuator and the magnet. When you choose discrepancy
error suppression "For 0 signal on channel 2", you can unlock the protective door without
having to open it afterwards.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
5.1.5
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; safety monitor
● Spring-locked position switch with lock
● Safety compact module K45F
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Safe unlocking via safety monitor
Connection
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
The actuator ① must be protected against external force.
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Protective door monitoring; spring-locked position switch; K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; safety monitor
If no voltage is present on the magnet, the protective door is locked.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● ① Configure the operating mode of the safety monitor in the "Information about monitor
and bus" screen as "two dependent OSSDs". A standard slave enables the protective
door via OSSD 2 (time delayed). The "Door lock by means of delay time" output block
energizes the magnet (time delayed).
● ② The "Protective door" monitoring block monitors the actuators of the position switches.
● ③ The second external device monitoring circuit monitors the magnet.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
5.1.6
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; DP / AS-i F-Link
● Spring-locked position switch with lock
● Safety compact module K45F
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Safe unlock via F-DO
Connection
WARNING
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connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
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can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
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5.1 Spring-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● ① F-Link monitors the actuators of the position switches. The protective door is enabled
(time delayed) via a safety-related F-PLC output.
● The status of the magnet is read via a standard slave or a standard input on the PLC and
evaluated in the F program.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
5.2
Solenoid-locked protective door lock
5.2.1
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; safety monitor
● Solenoid-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Safety compact module K45F
● Non-safety unlocking via K45F
Connection
WARNING
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can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
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IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● A standard output on the K45F module enables the protective door.
● ① The safety monitor monitors the actuator and the magnet ("conditionally dependent").
Connect the magnet to pins 1/2 and the actuator to pins 3/4. When you activate the
"Independent In 1" parameter, you can unlock the protective door without having to open
it afterwards.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
5.2.2
K45F, 2F-DI / 2 DO; DP / AS-i F-Link
● Solenoid-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Safety compact module K45F
● Non-safety unlocking via K45F
Connection
WARNING
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1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
IEC 62061, see the Customer Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● A standard output on the K45F module enables the protective door.
● ① DP / AS-i F-Link monitors the actuator and the magnet. Connect the magnet to
pins 1/2 and the actuator to pins 3/4. When you choose discrepancy error suppression
"For 0 signal on channel 1", you can unlock the protective door without having to open it
afterwards.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
5.2.3
Direct interface; safety monitor
● Solenoid-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Direct connection to AS-Interface
● Non-safety unlocking via standard output
Connection
WARNING
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
The actuator ① must be protected against external force.
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1) For information about the available PL according to EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL according to
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under the following ID: 24509484.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● ① The safety monitor monitors the actuator and the magnet ("conditionally dependent").
When you activate the "Independent In-1" parameter, you can unlock the protective door
without having to open it afterwards.
● The standard output integrated in the position switch can be used to enable the protective
door.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
5.2.4
Direct interface; DP / AS-i F-Link
● Solenoid-locked position switch with lock 1)
● Direct connection to AS-Interface
● Non-safety unlocking via standard output
Connection
WARNING
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can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
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IEC 62061, see the Customer support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com)
under the following ID: 24509484.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● The standard output of the position switch with ASIsafe enables the protective door.
● ① DP AS-i F-Link monitors the actuator and the magnet. When you choose discrepancy
error suppression "For 0 signal on channel 2", you can unlock the protective door without
having to open it afterwards.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
5.2.5
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; safety monitor
● Solenoid-locked position switch with lock
● Safety compact module K45F
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Safe unlocking via safety monitor
Connection
WARNING
Category 4 does not allow several position switches for protective door monitoring to be
connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
Sensor cables must be laid in such a way that they are protected. The only sensors that
can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● ① Configure the operating mode of the safety monitor in the "Information about monitor
and bus" screen as "two dependent OSSDs". A standard slave enables the protective
door via OSSD 2 (time delayed). The "Stop category 1 - two relay outputs" output block
de-energizes the magnet (time delayed).
● ② The "Protective door" monitoring block monitors the actuators of the position switches.
● ③ The second external device monitoring circuit monitors the magnet.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
5.2.6
K45F, 2F-DI; category 4; DP / AS-i F-Link
● Solenoid-locked position switch with lock
● Safety compact module K45F
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
● Safe unlock via F-DO
Connection
WARNING
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connected in series (due to a lack of fault detection).
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can be used are safety sensors with positive-opening contacts.
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Protective door monitoring; solenoid-locked position switch; K45F, 2F-DI, category 4; DP / AS-i F-Link
If voltage is present on the magnet, the protective door is locked.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
Configuration
● ① DP / AS-i F-Link monitors the actuator for the position switch. The protective door is
enabled (time delayed) via a safety-related F-PLC output.
● The status of the magnet is read via a standard slave or a standard input on the PLC and
evaluated in the F program.
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5.2 Solenoid-locked protective door lock
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6
General information about grounding the safety monitor
Note
Grounding the safety monitor
If terminal M is grounded in the immediate vicinity of the device, the protective conductor
does not need to be connected to the FE terminal.
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6.1 Safety monitor; one OSSD; category 2
6.1
Safety monitor; one OSSD; category 2
Basic safety monitor
1 OSSD
3RK1105-1AE04-0CA0
Expanded safety monitor
1 OSSD
3RK1105-1AE04-2CA0
● Single-channel connection with one OSSD
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
WARNING
With this switching example, category 2 as indicated in EN 954-1 can only be complied
with if a warning is given automatically when the actuator fails or if the machine control
system initiates a safe state.
Otherwise, a second way of switching off is necessary.
Connection
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6.2 Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 2
6.2
Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 2
Basic safety monitor
2 OSSDs
3RK1105-1BE04-0CA0
Expanded safety monitor
2 OSSDs
3RK1105-1BE04-2CA0
● Single-channel connection for each OSSD
● Category 2 (according to EN 954-1) 1)
WARNING
With this switching example, category 2 as indicated in EN 954-1 can only be complied
with if a warning is given automatically when the actuator fails or if the machine control
system initiates a safe state.
Otherwise, a second way of switching off is necessary.
Connection
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under the following ID: 24509484.
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6.3 Safety monitor; one OSSD; category 4 / 3
6.3
Safety monitor; one OSSD; category 4 / 3
Basic safety monitor
1 OSSD
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Expanded safety monitor
1 OSSD
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● Two-channel connection with one OSSD
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
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6.4 Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 4 / 3
6.4
Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 4 / 3
Basic safety monitor
2 OSSDs
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2 OSSDs
3RK1105-1BE04-2CA0
● Two-channel connection for each OSSD
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
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6.5 Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 4 with frequency converter
6.5
Safety monitor; two OSSDs; category 4 with frequency converter
Basic safety monitor
2 OSSDs
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Expanded safety monitor
2 OSSDs
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● 1. OSSD with single-channel connection
Second OSSD with two-channel connection
● Category 4 according to EN 954-1 / SIL3 according to IEC 62061 / PL e according to
EN ISO 13849-1
Connection
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The controller enable of the frequency converter is de-energized directly via the first OSSD
and the power contactors are de-energized via the second OSSD (time delayed).
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6.6 DP / AS-i F-Link
6.6
DP / AS-i F-Link
Device
Order number
DP/ AS-i F-Link
With screw terminals
With spring-loaded terminals
3RK3141-1CD10
3RK3141-2CD10
Note
Actuators are connected via failsafe CPU outputs.
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6.6 DP / AS-i F-Link
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FAQ
How many safety monitors can be operated on an AS-i network?
In the maximum configuration of the AS-Interface network with all the standard addresses
being used, you can install up to four more safety monitors without addresses.
If fewer than 31 standard addresses are used, you can install one additional safety monitor
for each unused standard address.
If you want to install additional nodes without an address (e.g. ground fault monitoring
modules), this reduces the number of safety monitors that can be installed.
If you require more than three safety monitors, you are advised to use an F-Link.
What does it mean if the error message "Code not found" is output during teaching?
This error can be due to one of two problems:
● The sensor is damaged and the contacts are not closed, which means that the safety
monitor cannot read the code table for the sensor.
● The slave has been wired incorrectly: PIN 1-2 (channel 1) and 3-4 (channel 2) are
swapped.
Do all contactors connected to safety monitors require a protective circuit?
All 230 V contactors that are connected to an AS-i safety monitor must be equipped with a
varistor or an RC element.
24 V contactors also require a protective circuit. This significantly increases the service life of
the safety monitor based on the same switching frequency.
During a monitored startup, for how long must the start pulse be present in ASIsafe in order for the
safety monitor to recognize and execute it as a start command?
The start pulse must be between 50 ms and 2 s.
If the start signal is shorter or longer, the system will not start.
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FAQ
What do the LEDs on the device indicate and how what is the remedy?
LED
Display
Description
Procedure
AS-i 1
OFF
No AS-i power supply
Green,
permanent
AS-i power supply present
AS-i 2
OFF
Normal operation
Red, permanent
Communication error
1 READY
(per channel)
OFF
No meaning
Permanent,
yellow
During startup:
restart inhibit active
Actuate Start pushbutton
Flashing yellow
External text required
Actuate local acknowledgement
or
Carry out startup test (trip safety
elements)
2 ON
(per channel)
3
OFF / FAULT
(per channel)
OFF
The contacts of the output switching
elements are open.
Green,
permanent
The contacts of the output switching
elements are closed.
Flashing green
Delay time running for stop category 1
OFF
The contacts of the output switching
elements are closed.
Red, permanent
The contacts of the output switching
elements are open.
Flashing red
Error at level of monitored AS-i components
Press Service key
or
Software STOP -> START
or
Power OFF -> ON
How should the safe slaves be configured in an AS-i network with more than one safety monitor?
All the safe slaves in an AS-i network must always be assigned to all safety monitors, even if
not all safety monitors are to respond to all slaves.
If a slave is replaced, you must carry out the teach process to ensure that the new slave is
recognized by all the safety monitors. Carry this out in the same way as during
commissioning. The safety monitors learn the code table of the new slave.
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What precautions must I follow before using a replacement safety monitor?
This is to replace a defective ASIsafe safety monitor. If you intend to transfer the data using
a download cable, the replacement device must not be programmed.
If an ASIsafe safety monitor was programmed, you can "empty" it as follows:
1. Connect the safety monitor to the voltage supply.
2. Connect the safety monitor to the computer.
3. Launch the configuration software.
4. Choose "Open configuration".
5. In the path containing the configuration software, choose the "leer.asi" file.
The "leer.asi" file is shipped with the configuration software. The file contains a program
for a single-channel safety monitor, although this file can also be transferred to a twochannel safety monitor to "empty" it.
6. In the "Monitor" menu, choose "Stop".
7. In the "Monitor - PC" menu, choose "Monitor" (ignore the error message).
8. In the "Monitor" menu, choose "Change password" and enter "SIMON".
How can the configuration of one ASIsafe safety monitor be transferred to another monitor?
This is to replace a defective ASIsafe safety monitor. To do so, you do not necessarily have
to reconfigure the replacement device using the software. In most cases, you can transfer
the configuration of the defective device to the replacement device using a download cable
(optional accessory).
Procedure:
1. Disconnect the defective ASIsafe safety monitor from the power supply.
2. Connect the defective device to the replacement device using the download cable
(RJ45/RJ45 crossover).
3. Connect the replacement device to the power supply.
– The replacement device automatically transfers the configuration data from the
defective device to its own configuration memory.
– When the yellow LED READY is permanently illuminated, this indicates that the data
is in the process of being transferred.
– When the yellow LED READY remains illuminated and the green LED ON lights up,
this indicates that the data has been successfully transferred.
4. Disconnect the replacement device from the power supply and disconnect the download
cable from both devices.
– The replacement device is now ready to use.
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I have forgotten my password. What do I have to do to obtain a new one?
If you have forgotten your password, you can obtain a new one as follows (you only need to
carry out steps 1 to 6 if the configuration log is no longer available):
1. Disconnect the AS-i connection cable from the safety monitor.
– You only need to disconnect ground ①
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2. In the "asimon" software for the safety monitor, choose "Monitor".
3. Click "Stop".
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4. The "Password dialog" window is displayed.
Confirm this by choosing "OK".
5. Request the configuration log from the safety monitor.
6. The configuration log contains a special code ② under point 10.
7. Contact the
Technical Assistance (TA) department, specifying this code
(tel.: +49 (0)911 / 895 5900
e-mail: [email protected])
8. The Technical Assistance department will guide you through the remaining steps.
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Glossary of terms and abbreviations
AS-i
AS-Interface (actuator-sensor interface), field bus communication standard
ASIsafe
SIEMENS product line for AS-Interface modules and devices
DI
Digital input
DO
Digital output
ESPE
Electro-sensitive protective equipment (e.g. light barriers, light arrays, light curtains, laser
scanners)
FAQ
Frequently asked questions
FC
Frequency converter
F-DI
Failsafe digital input
FE
Functional ground
IP20
Degree of protection IP20
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IP65
IP65 degree of protection
IP67
IP67 degree of protection
PG
Programming device
PL
Performance level
SIL
Safety integrity level
TA
Technical Assistance
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Index
A
Accessories, 30
asimon, 31
ASIsafe accessories, 30
ASIsafe components, 25
ASIsafe modules
Overview, 29
Forced, 32
Function blocks of the safety monitor, 31
H
History, 12
I
independent, 35
C
Components, 25
conditionally dependent, 34
D
dependent, 33
Documentation
History, 12
Purpose, 10
Required background, 11
Structure, 11
Target group, 11
Door lock by means of delay time, 37
DP / AS-i F-Link
Configuration, 41
DP/AS-i F-Link
Functional principle, 21
Network integration, 22
Overview, 29
N
Network integration
DP/AS-i F-Link, 22
Network structures, 14
O
Overview
ASIsafe accessories, 30
ASIsafe components: general, 25
ASIsafe modules, 29
DP/AS-i F-Link, 29
F-Link, 29
Safety monitors, 29
P
Purpose of this documentation, 10
E
R
External device monitoring circuit, 39
External device monitoring circuit for second,
dependent OSSD, 40
Required background, 11
F
Safety monitor, 20
Function blocks, 31
Safety monitors
Overview, 29
Stop category 0, 38
F-Link
DP/AS-i F-Link, 21
Overview, 29
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Index
Stop category 1 - two relay outputs, 36
T
Target group, 11
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