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User Manual
M3000® Control System
QAIO 16/4
Analog I/O Extension Module
QAIO
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QAIO 16/4-V
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Analog I/O expansion modules
V.1.1
User Handbook
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General Information on this Manual
Content:
This manual describes the CANtrol module QAIO 16/4-V and QAIO 16/4-A and its modifications. The
product-related information contained herein was up to date at the time of publication of this manual.
Completeness:
This manual is complete only in conjunction with the user manual entitled
‘Introduction
to CANtrol Automation System’
and the product-related hardware or software user manuals required for the particular application.
Standards:
The CANtrol automation system, its components and its use are based on International Standard
IEC 61131 Parts 1 to 4 (EN 61131 Parts 1 to 3 and Supplementary Sheet 1).
Supplementary Sheet 1 of EN 61131 (IEC 61131-4) entitled ‘User Guidelines’ is of particular importance
for the user.
Order numbers:
Please see the relevant product overview in the ‘Introduction to CANtrol Automation System’ manual for
a list of available products and their order numbers.
Ident. No.:
2801720
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Austria:
Berghof Automationstechnik GmbH
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Contents
1.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS....................................................................................... 7
1.1.
Hazard Categories and Indications ......................................................................................................7
1.2.
Qualified users .......................................................................................................................................7
1.3.
Use as Prescribed ..................................................................................................................................8
2.
ANALOG I/O EXPANSION MODULE ........................................................................ 9
2.1.
Overview .................................................................................................................................................9
2.2.
Technical data ......................................................................................................................................10
2.3.
Block circuit diagram...........................................................................................................................12
2.4.
Module diagram and connection assignment ...................................................................................13
2.5.
Indicators, diagnostics ........................................................................................................................14
2.6.
Shielding and measurement cabling..................................................................................................15
2.7.
Operation of the module......................................................................................................................16
2.7.1. Fault currents .............................................................................................................................17
2.7.2. Commissioning ..........................................................................................................................17
2.7.3. Initialisation and module identification .......................................................................................17
2.7.4. Measuring ..................................................................................................................................18
2.7.5. Sensor failure .............................................................................................................................18
2.7.6. Connection of sensors/actuators ...............................................................................................19
2.8.
Analog I/O channels.............................................................................................................................20
2.8.1. Analog input channels................................................................................................................20
Voltage input (basic circuit diagram)..........................................................................................20
2.8.2. Sensor connection, examples....................................................................................................21
Floating sensors.........................................................................................................................21
Potential-afflicted sensors with auxiliary power connection.......................................................21
Sensor connection using internal module reference voltage.....................................................21
2.8.3. Analog output channels .............................................................................................................22
Voltage output (basic circuit diagram) .......................................................................................22
2.9.
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Reference voltage source....................................................................................................................23
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ANNEX ......................................................................................................................25
3.1.
Environmental Protection....................................................................................................................25
3.1.1. Emission.....................................................................................................................................25
3.1.2. Disposal......................................................................................................................................25
3.2.
Maintenance/Upkeep............................................................................................................................25
3.3.
Repairs/Service.....................................................................................................................................25
3.3.1. Warranty.....................................................................................................................................25
3.4.
Nameplate..............................................................................................................................................26
3.5.
Addresses and Bibliography...............................................................................................................28
3.5.1. Addresses ..................................................................................................................................28
3.5.2. Standards/Bibliography ..............................................................................................................28
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Instructions
1.
General Instructions
1.1.
Hazard Categories and Indications
The indications described below are used in connection with safety instructions you
will need to observe for your own personal safety and the avoidance of damage to
property.
These instructions are emphasised by bordering and/or shading and a bold-printed
indication, their meaning being as follows:
DANGER !
means that death, severe physical injury or substantial damage to property
will occur on failure to take the appropriate precautions.
Warning !
means that death, severe physical injury or substantial damage to property
may occur on failure to take the appropriate precautions.
Caution
means that minor physical injury or damage to property may occur on failure to
take the appropriate precautions.
Note:
provides important information on the product or refers to a section of the documentation which is to be particularly noted.
1.2.
Qualified users
Qualified users within the meaning of the safety instructions in this documentation
are trained specialists who are authorised to commission, earth and mark equipment, systems and circuits in accordance with safety engineering standards and
who as project planners and designers are familiar with the safety concepts of
automation engineering.
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Instructions
1.3.
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Use as Prescribed
This is a modular automation system based on the CANbus, intended for industrial
control applications within the medium to high performance range.
The automation system is designed for use within Overvoltage Category I
(IEC 364-4-443) for the controlling and regulating of machinery and industrial
processes in low-voltage installations in which the rated supply voltage does not
exceed 1,000 VAC (50/60 Hz) or 1,500 VDC.
Qualified project planning and design, proper transport, storage, installation, use
and careful maintenance are essential to the flawless and safe operation of the
automation system.
The automation system may only be used within the scope of the data and applications specified in the present documentation and associated user manuals.
The automation system is to be used only as follows:
Ÿ
as prescribed,
Ÿ
in technically flawless condition,
Ÿ
without arbitrary or unauthorised changes and
Ÿ
exclusively by qualified users
The regulations of the German professional and trade associations, the German
technical supervisory board (TÜV), the VDE (Association of German electricians)
or other corresponding national bodies are to be observed.
Safety-oriented (fail-safe) systems
Particular measures are required in connection with the use of SPC in safetyoriented systems. If an SPC is to be used in a safety-oriented system, the user
ought to seek the full advice of the SPC manufacturer in addition to observing any
standards or guidelines on safety installations which may be available.
Warning !
8
As with any electronic control system, the failure of particular components may
result in uncontrolled and/or unpredictable operation. All types of failure and the
associated fuse systems are to be taken into account at system level.
The advice of the SPC manufacturer should be sought if necessary
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Analog I/O expansion module
2.
Analog I/O expansion module
2.1.
Overview
Order number
For replacement parts, the order/item no. can be found on the module’s nameplate.
Function
The module is used to expand the analog I/O level of Cell Controllers.
The modules are connected by direct E-bus coupling and is available with voltage
or current inputs.
Features
Common characteristics
Ÿ
4 analog output channels
in the form of voltage outputs, +/-10 V (GND sensing)
resolution 11 bit + sign
Ÿ
1 reference voltage output +10 V
Ÿ
Low space requirements and low mounting depth.
The modules with voltage or current inputs also have the following features:
Module with voltage inputs:
Ÿ
16 analog voltage input channels,
suitable for connecting active and passive resistors.
voltage rating, differential +/-10 V
measured value resolution 11 bit + sign
Module with current inputs:
Ÿ
Lieferumfang
Supplied with the module package is:
Ÿ
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16 analog current input channels,
current rating, 0... 20 mA
measured value resolution 11 bit + sign
An analog I/O expansion module with voltage or current inputs.
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Technical data
Module data
Analog I/O expansion module
Dimensions w x h x d [mm]
Weight
Mounting
Working temperature
Operation and display
voltage or current inputs
124 x 170 x 85.5 (modular dimension: B = 113/118.5)
approx. 550 g
Mounting rail NS 35/7,5 EN 50022
5°C to 50°C (no moisture condensation)
4 status LED's
EMC, class of protection, insulation testing, degree of protection
EMC (EN 50081-2 / EN 50082-2)
Emitted interference
Noise immunity
Class of protection
Insulation resistance
Degree of protection
To achieve the precision specified, the user
is required to implement shielding measures.
EN 50081-2, industrial sector
EN 50082-2, industrial sector
EN 61131-2
EN 61131-2; 500 VDC (test voltage)
IP 20
Supply voltage, power consumption
Module electronics power supply
(supply voltage)
Power consumption
Electrical isolation
Reverse voltage protection
Connections
SELV DC +24 V max. 0.3 A (EN 61131-2)
on AGND earth
at Ue = DC +24 V idling max. 300 mA
yes, optodecoupled from E bus;
no isolation between power supply and analog channels
yes
vertical front wiring push-on terminal strips
for screw, crimp or pinch connection
Reference voltage source
Reference voltage
Load current
Precision
DC +10 V permanent short-circuit protection; IKmax 25 mA
max. 5 mA
0.1%
Various characteristics
Data format in application program
Monotonicity
Cross talk between channels
- direct current
- 50 Hz
- 60 Hz
Non-linearity
Repeat accuracy at certain temperature
after 1 hour stabilising time
Integer 16 bit
yes
>70 dB
>70 dB
>70 dB
< 1 LSB
< 1 LSB
Analog inputs
Static characteristics::
Number
Type
Input impedance in signal range
Analog input error of measurement
- greatest error at 25°C
- temperature coefficient
Greatest error over full
temperature range
LSB value
Max. permissible continuous overload
(exceeding this causes damage)
10
voltage inputs
16
voltage ± 10 V, differential
10 M Ohm
current inputs
16
current, ± 20 mA
±0.1% of maximum scale value
±0.01% of maximum scale value/°K
±0.2% of maximum scale value
±0.02% of maximum scale value/°K
± 0,2 % of maximum scale value
± 0,3 % of maximum scale value
4.883 mV
9.766 µA
± 30 V
50 mA
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Digital resolution
Data format
Digital value output under overload
Exceeding permissible measuring range:
Falling below permissible measuring range:
Common mode characteristics:
- common mode rejection
Dynamic characteristics:
Max. system input transfer time
per channel (TAID+TAIT)
Sampling interval per channel
Sampling repetition time per channel
Input filter characteristic
- order
- transfer frequency
General characteristics:
Conversion method
Protection devices
Insulation test voltage
between analog converter and E bus
Analog I/O expansion module
11 bit + sign
16 bit, integer
+ 32752 (+9,995 V)
- 32768 (-10,000 V)
³ 70 dB
<1ms
see documentation on function blocks CP1131 or CPC++
1 µs
>1 ms
see documentation on function blocks CP1131 or CPC++
1st order
approx. 10 kHz
successive approximation; no error codes
diodes
DC 500 V
Analog outputs
Static characteristics:
Output type
Output impedance in signal range
Analog output error:
- greatest error at 25°C
- temperature coefficient
Greatest error over full
temperature range
Digital resolution
Value of least significant bit (LSB)
Dynamic characteristics
Overall system output transfer
time per channel (TAQD + TAQT)
Transient time when
alternating over the full range
Overshoot
General characteristics
Type of protection devices
Insulation test voltage between
analog converter and E bus
Permissible load types
Permissible capacitive load
Output response for power supply
connecting/disconnecting processes..
Various characteristics
Output ripple
Output current
Common mode range
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4 x voltage (U), floating; ±10 V
< 0.5 Ohm
±0.15% of maximum scale value
±0.01% of maximum scale value/°K
±0.3% of maximum scale value
11 bit + sign
4.883 mV
<1 ms
<1 ms
typically 0.5%, load-dependent
permanently short-circuit proof; IKmax = 25 mA,
supply polarity-reversal-protected
DC 500 V
R, (C)
<1000 pF
typical spike: U = 0.1 V; t <10 ms
Behaviour is strongly dependent on the connected load
< 1 LSB
max. 5 mA
+/- 2 V
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Block circuit diagram
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2.4.
Analog I/O expansion module
Module diagram and connection assignment
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Indicators, diagnostics
Operational status
The current state of voltage supplies and module functions is indicated by 4 status
LEDs located on the module cover.
LED- status
I/O assignment
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Function
L+
ON
Module electronics supply working correctly
(supply voltage)
± 15 V
ON
Analog unit supply working correctly
+ 5 V OUT
ON
Module is connected to Cell Controller
(E bus on voltage).
OUT_ENA
ON
‘ENABLE’ analog outputs
The print on the module covers shows the assignment of the analog I/O channels,
reference outputs and incoming supply to the connection terminals.
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2.6.
Analog I/O expansion module
Shielding and measurement cabling
Reliable operation of higher-precision analog components with fast conversion
times can only be achieved in an industrial environment with the help of corresponding shielding measures and the correct metrological cabling. The user must,
in this regard, observe the interaction of all the analog components and their auxiliary power supplies throughout the entire system.
Mounting the module
Low-frequency
interference voltages
High-frequency
interference voltages
The module must always be mounted in shielding (metal) switch cabinets/casings.
Adequate isolation of interfering components and their cabling must be ensured
within the casing by means of appropriate constructive measures (e.g. separate
wiring, spatial separation of components).
Low-frequency interference voltages, such as the omnipresent 50 Hz network
crosstalk, are cancelled out by the module’s differential measuring system in conjunction with high common-mode rejection.
High-frequency and pulse interferences have to be kept away from the signal lines
by means of suitable shielding measures.
For this purpose, the line shields in the field (outside the casing) must be connected
on both sides. The best results are always achieved when the cable shields are laid
flat at the points where they enter the casing.
Note:
Experience shows that the environmental conditions within systems and equipment can change sporadically and unexpectedly.
Even if seemingly good results can be attained in a number of cases using open
wiring, we advise strongly against it.
Failure to implement the measures referred to can result in lengthy error diagnostic processes and high consequential costs.
Users that implement the recommendations set out in this manual in a consistent
manner will not encounter problems regarding current EMC directives.
CE mark
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When designing the module, we attached great importance to its electromagnetic
compatibility. Nonetheless, a considerable proportion of the action that must be
taken in order to ensure reliable operation are outside our sphere of influence.
For this reason, we have opted not to affix the CE mark to this automation component. In this regard we would like to draw users’ attention to their overall responsibility when incorporating the module into their applications.
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Operation of the module
Warning !
Do not insert, apply, detach or touch connections when in operation!
Destruction or malfunctioning may otherwise occur. Disconnect all incoming supplies before working on modules, including those of connected peripherals such as
externally supplied sensors, programming devices, etc.
The module is designed for measuring and control functions located on a common
potential island.
Items of equipment on differing potential levels can be connected via suitable isolation devices (insulating amplifier etc.).
Note:
The module electronics power supply (connection voltage +24VDC) is not electrically isolated from the analog connections on the module. The negative connection point for the incoming supply (M1) is physically connected to the analog earth
connection (AGND).
We recommend that all sensors/actuators be operated on this supply together with
the module.
Consciously arranging analog wiring with a common earth is good practice.
The module is designed to cope reliably and effectively with the small differences
of potential unavoidably occurring when sensors and actuators are supplied jointly
through appropriate SENSE lines.
Caution
The module’s analog channels may be connected to different earths only within
the permissible common mode range.
More extensive electrical isolation is not permissible for design reasons.
Non-compliance with the above will cause incorrect measurements, even on uninvolved channels, and can result in transient currents which will cause permanent
damage to the module.
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2.7.1.
Analog I/O expansion module
Fault currents
A large number of the conceivable incorrect assignments of analog connections can
be resolved by means of circuit organisation.
Nonetheless, it is not economically possible with the components available today to
guarantee absolute protection against all fault currents that can be implanted from
outside.
Caution
2.7.2.
Faulty wiring, incorrect power supply or high potential differences in the measuring
circuits can cause serious damage to the module or permanently impair measuring accuracy.
Commissioning
All connections should be re-checked for correct wiring and polarity the supply
voltage is applied.
The handling of the module depends on the software environment used. For this
reason, you should consult the information in the programming manuals for the
CP1131 or CPC++, as appropriate.
2.7.3.
Initialisation and module identification
The analog expansion module is identified and initialised by the operating system of
the upstream Cell Controllers. The identification characteristics stored in the module
are evaluated by the Cell Controller for this purpose.
No dip switch settings are required. In the case of failure of the +24 V power supply
or interruption of the E bus transmission, the analog outputs are reset to 0 V
(LED “OUT_ENA”).
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Measuring
The measurements and transfer of the data from the module to the CAN node are
carried out in a cyclic manner, controlled via the API (Application Process Interface)
in the operating system. No start signals have to be output for AD conversion.
Execution of the measuring process depends on the software environment used.
For this reason, you should consult the relevant information contained in the programming manuals for CP1131 or CPC++.
Note::
The following formula applies for converting the measured data into voltage
values:
AD
AD
U = 10 V
I = 20 mA
15
15
2
2
Comment: AD = the value supplied by the analog channel (in_value)
When leaving the permissible measuring range, the following values are reported:
Exceeding the permissible measuring range (+)
Falling short of the permissible measuring range (-)
+ 32752
- 32768
+ 9,995 V
- 10,000 V
Representation of the 11-bit measured value with sign in a 16-bit variable:
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Sensor failure
In the case of sensor failure, the corresponding channel reports the value for
+9.995 V to the cell controller.
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2.7.6.
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Connection of sensors/actuators
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Note:
This interface connection is ideal for floating sensors/actuators. In the case of
sensors/actuators with auxiliary power, it must be ensured that the energy supply
currents do not flow via the AGND lines (see sector 'Analog I/O channels by ‘Sensor connection, examples’).
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2.8.
Analog I/O channels
2.8.1.
Analog input channels
The analog expansion module has 16 analog, multiplexed voltage inputs. These inputs are protected by protective diodes. The input current may not, even in the case
of error, exceed the value of 10 mA per channel.
Input channel data
Input voltage/current, rated value
+/- 10 V, differential
+/- 20 mA
Input voltage, maximum rating
+/- 12 V,
Input current, maximum rating
10 mA je Kanal
Common mode rejection
> 70 dB / DC
Diff. input resistance
20 MOhm
Common mode input resistance
10 MOhm, typ.
st
Input filter, 1 degree
t = 70 µs
Conversion method
successive approximation,
no error codes
Resolution
11 bit + sign; 1 LSB = 4,883 mV
11 bit + sign; 1 LSB = 9,766 µA
voltage
current
Precision in temp. range 0-50°C
voltage
current
+/- 1 LSB; +/- 0,2 %
+/- 1 LSB; +/- 0,3 %
Voltage input (basic circuit diagram)
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Sensor connection, examples
Note:
The measuring line shield can, where required, be
connected to SHIELD.
Where better HF contact of the shields is possible
at another point in the casing, there should be no
additional connection to SHIELD on the module.
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Floating sensors
Connection via 2-pole, shielded cable (IN+/AGND). In the case
of floating sensors, at least one of the measuring inputs (IN -)
must be bridged to AGND
The cancellation of electrical isolation brought about by the bridge is absolutely
necessary as capacitive signal couplings with impermissibly high common mode
voltages are already built up because of the very high impedance inputs. This
leads to sporadic incorrect measurements which are difficult to detect in most
cases.
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Potential-afflicted sensors with auxiliary power connection
Connection via 2-pole, shielded cable (IN+/IN-). Sensors with
auxiliary power supply but without electrical isolation should be
operated from the same power supply source as the module.
The sensor is connected to the two measuring inputs IN+ and
IN- in the required polarity. The AGND connection of the module
remains open.
It is to be ensured that the potential equalisation via the common supply and
sensors actually occurs.
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Sensor connection using internal module reference voltage
Connection via 3 or 4-pole shielded cable (IN+/IN-/URef/AGND).
Radiometric sensors (potentiometer, bridge circuits) are treated
as potential-afflicted sensors.
The auxiliary power is also carried in the measuring line.
If only one measuring input is needed, as in the case of the potentiometer connection, the free input must be bridged to AGND.
It must be ensured that the reference voltage is not overloaded and that the current taken from the reference source can flow back again via the AGND connections.
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Analog output channels
The analog expansion module QAIO 16/4-V has 4 analog voltage outputs. The outputs are permanently protected against short-circuiting, at a maximum short-circuit
current of 25 mA.
For each output, the connection points are also provided for the analog ground
(AGND) and the common earth (REF) besides the signal connections (OUT).
This means that earth shifts can be compensated for as long as the condition
|UREF | <2 V is complied with for each output.
The SENSE connectors are connected directly to the earth of the associated actuator.
Note:
The SENSE line cannot be used alone as the feedback.
Output channel data
Output voltage, rated value
+/- 10 V, floating
Output current
max. 5 mA
Short-circuit protection
permanent short-circuit protection
IKmax 25 mA
Transient time of DA converter
< 10 µs
Slew rate
> 8 V / µs
Resolution
11 bit + sign,
1 LSB = 4,883 mV, monotone
Precision in temp. range
+/- 1 LSB; +/- 0,3 %
Load resistance
min 2 kOhm
Capacitive load
<1000 pF
Voltage output (basic circuit diagram)
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2.9.
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Reference voltage source
Caution
Incoming supply of an interference voltage can cause severe damage to the reference voltage source.
The expansion module has a reference voltage source with 4 connection points
(URef/AGND) on the terminal level.
Data:
Reference voltage
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+ 10 V
Precision
+/- 10 mV
Load current
5 mA max.
Permanent short-circuit protection
short-circuit current max. 25 mA
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3.1.
Environmental Protection
3.1.1.
Emission
When used correctly, our modules do not produce any harmful emissions.
3.1.2.
Disposal
At the end of their service life, modules may be returned to the manufacturer
against payment of an all-inclusive charge to cover costs. The manufacturer
will then arrange for the modules to be recycled.
3.2.
Maintenance/Upkeep
Warning !
Do not insert, apply, detach or touch connections while in operation – risk of destruction or malfunction.
Disconnect all incoming power supplies before working on our modules; this also
applies to connected peripheral equipment such as externally powered sensors,
programming devices, etc.
All ventilation openings must always be kept free of any obstruction.
The modules are maintenance-free when used correctly.
Clean only with a dry, non-fluffing cloth.
Do not use detergents.
3.3.
Repairs/Service
Warning !
3.3.1.
Repair work may only be carried out by the manufacturer or its authorised service
engineers.
Warranty
Sold under statutory warranty conditions. Warranty lapses in the event of unauthorised attempts to repair the equipment and/or product, or in the event of any
other form of intervention.
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Nameplate
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Barcode
same as identification number.
2
Module type
plain-text name of module.
3
Identification no.
module's identification number.
4
Model/order no.
You only need to give this number when ordering a module. The module will be
supplied in its current hardware and software version.
5
Version
defines the design-level of the module as supplied ex-works.
6
Supply voltage
7
Date
internal code.
8
CE mark
Note:
The ‘Version’ (supply version) panel specifies the design-level of the module as
supplied ex-works. When replacing a module, users, with the CNW (Cantrol Node
Wizard) tool, can read off the current software version of the newly supplied module, and then reload their 'own' software version for a particular project if necessary.
With the latter in mind, before the download you should always keep a record of
the existing software levels in your project documentation (software version, node
IDs, baud rate, etc.)
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3.5.
Addresses and Bibliography
3.5.1.
Addresses
CiA
'CAN in Automation', international manufacturers and users organisation
for CAN users in the field of automation:
CiA - CAN in Automation e.V.
Am Weichselgarten 26
D-91058 Erlangen /Germany
e-mail: headquarters@can-cia.de
http://www.can-cia.de
DIN-EN Standards
Beuth Verlag GmbH or
10772 Berlin
VDE-Verlag GmbH
10625 Berlin
IEC Standards
VDE Verlag GmbH
10625 Berlin
Internet search
http://www.iec.ch/
3.5.2.
or
Standards/Bibliography
IEC61131-1/EN61131-1
Programmable controllers Part 1: General information
IEC61131-2/EN61131-2
Programmable controllers Part 2: Equipment requirements and tests
IEC61131-3/EN61131-3
Programmable controllers Part 3: Programming languages
IEC61131-4/EN61131Bl1
Programmable logic controllers
Supplementary Sheet 1: User guidelines
EN 50081 Parts 1+2
German EMC Act: Emitted interference
EN 50082 Parts 1+2
German EMC Act: Noise immunity
ISO/DIS 11898
Draft International Standard: Road vehicles - Interchange of digital information Controller Area Network (CAN) for high-speed communication
EN 954-1
Safety of machinery: Safety-related parts of control systems (Part 1)
Bibliography
A variety of specialist publications on the CANbus is available from specialist
bookshops, or can be obtained through the CiA users' organisation.
Note:
Our Technical Support team will be glad to provide other literature references on
request.
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