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DVPDNET-SL
DeviceNet Network Scanner
Operation Manual
DVP-0204520-03
2012-3-27
DeviceNet Network Scanner DVPDNET-SL
Warning
Please read this instruction carefully before use and follow this instruction to operate the device in order to
prevent damages on the device or injuries to staff.
Switch off the power before wiring.
DVPDNET-SL is an OPEN TYPE device. Therefore it should be installed in an enclosure free of airborne
dust, humidity, electric shock and vibration. The enclosure should prevent non-maintenance staff from
operating the device (e.g. key or specific tools are required for operating the enclosure) in case danger
and damage on the device may occur.
DVPDNET-SL is to be used for controlling the operating machine and equipment. In order not to damage
it, only qualified professional staff familiar with the structure and operation of DVPDNET-SL can install,
operate, wire and maintain it.
DO NOT connect AC power supply to any of the I/O terminals; otherwise serious damage may occur.
Check all the wirings again before switching on the power and DO NOT touch any terminal when the
power is switched on. Make sure the ground terminal
is correctly grounded in order to prevent
electromagnetic interference.
Table of Contents
1
2
3
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................1
1.1
Features .............................................................................................................................................1
1.2
Basic Functions of DVPDNET-SL ......................................................................................................1
1.3
Specifications .....................................................................................................................................2
PRODUCT PROFILE & OUTLINE .........................................................................................................3
2.1
Dimension ..........................................................................................................................................3
2.2
Product Profiles ..................................................................................................................................3
2.3
DeviceNet Connection Port ................................................................................................................3
2.4
Address Switch...................................................................................................................................4
2.5
Function Switch ..................................................................................................................................4
2.6
Digital Indicator...................................................................................................................................5
2.7
Extension Port ....................................................................................................................................5
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................6
3.1
Connecting DVPDNET-SL to DVP-SV MPU ......................................................................................6
3.2
Installing DVPDNET-SL and DVP-SV MPU on DIN Rail ....................................................................6
3.3
Connecting to DeviceNet Connection Port.........................................................................................7
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CONFIGURATION OF DVPDNET-SL.................................................................................................... 8
4.1
Configuration through DeviceNet Builder Software ........................................................................... 8
4.1.1
Selection of Communication Channel......................................................................................... 8
4.1.2
Setup of Scan Module ................................................................................................................ 9
4.1.3
Setup of Scan List..................................................................................................................... 10
4.1.4
Input List and Output List...........................................................................................................11
4.2
Data Mapping Areas ........................................................................................................................ 12
4.3
I/O Mapping Table (as master mode) .............................................................................................. 12
4.4
I/O Mapping Table (as slave mode) ................................................................................................. 13
5
SENDING EXPLICIT MESSAGE FROM LADDER DIAGRAM ........................................................... 14
5.1
The Principle of Explicit Message Sending...................................................................................... 14
5.2
Structure of Explicit Message .......................................................................................................... 15
6
BIT-STROBE COMMAND ................................................................................................................... 22
6.1
7
Principle of Bit-Strobe ...................................................................................................................... 22
DISPLAY OF NODE STATUS ON NETWORK .................................................................................... 23
7.1
Display of Node Status in Scan List................................................................................................. 23
7.2
Status of DVPDNET-SL ................................................................................................................... 23
8
SETUP OF SLAVE MODE ................................................................................................................... 24
9
SETUP OF EXTENDED BAUD RATE ................................................................................................. 26
9.1
Setup of Extended Baud Rate (as master mode) ............................................................................ 26
9.2
Setup of Extended Baud Rate (as slave mode)............................................................................... 28
10
11
APPLICATION EXAMPLE ON CONSTRUCTING DEVICENET NETWORK ..................................... 31
10.1
How to Construct a DeviceNet Network ........................................................................................ 31
10.2
How to Configure Network by DeviceNet Network Configuration Tool .......................................... 32
10.3
Ladder Diagram Program .............................................................................................................. 38
LED INDICATOR & TROUBLE-SHOOTING ....................................................................................... 39
11.1
LED Indicator Diagnosis ................................................................................................................ 39
11.2
Digital displayer diagnosis ............................................................................................................. 40
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1 Introduction
1)
Thank you for choosing Delta DVPDNET-SL. To ensure correct installation and operation of DVPDNET-SL,
please read this chapter carefully before using your DVPDNET-SL.
2)
DVPDNET-SL running on the left side of PLC can serve as the DeviceNet master or slave with PLC MPU
together. It can be configured through DeviceNet software.
1.1 Features
z
Serves as DeviceNet master by connecting to PLC MPU and Supports standard DeviceNet protocol.
z
DeviceNet Builder provides convenient graphic configuration interface; automatically scans and
recognizes all slaves in the bus.
z
Supports DeviceNet Master mode and Slave mode.
z
Supports eight types of baud rates: 10 kbps, 20 kbps, 50 kbps, 125 kbps, 250 kbps, 500 kbps, 800kbps,
1M kbps
1.2 Basic Functions of DVPDNET-SL
¾
DVPDNET-SL DeviceNet Network Scanner can be used both as a master or a slave in DeviceNet. When
being used as a master, it supports the following functions:
z
Automatically carrying out the data exchange with PLC MPU. User needs only to operate the special
register in PLC to realize the monitoring of all slaves.
z
Supports client function of explicit message.
z
Supports slave to establish all kinds of I/O connections: polled, bit-strobed, change of state and cyclic.
z
As the connection medium between DeviceNet Builder configuration software and DeviceNet network.
The configuration software is able to directly configure the network through DVPDNET-SL.
¾
z
Sending explicit messages for reading/writing the data in slave through PLC ladder diagrams.
z
Max length for output data and input data are both 380 bytes.
When being used as a slave, it supports the following functions:
z
Explicit message serve and Group 2 only serve connection mode.
z
Polling
z
Offering 256 bytes for input data and 256 bytes for output data in data exchange with master.
z
Automatically exchanging data with PLC MPU. The user needs only to edit the D register in the PLC
without using FROM/TO instruction.
z Max length for output data and input data are both 255 bytes.
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1.3 Specifications
„ PLC that DVPDNET-SL supports
Item
PLC Model
Specification
DVPDNET-SL supports PLC MPU which can be extendable in its left side
g. DVP-SV, DVP-EH2_L, DVP-SX2, DVP-SA2, DVP10MC11T etc.)
„ DeviceNet Interface
Item
Transmission
method
Electrical
isolation
Interface
Transmission
cable
Voltage
Specification
CAN
500V DC
Removable connector (5.08mm)
TAP-CB01 cable and TAP-CB02 cable are recommended. (The shielded wire
must be grounded and the cable should be away from power line)
DeviceNet network provides direct current: 11~25V, 28mA(typical value),
125mA impulse current(24 VDC)
„ DeviceNet Communication
Item
Message type
Baud rate
Specification
Explicit connection, IO polled connection, bit-strobe connection, COS/CC
connection
Standard mode: 125 kbps; 250 kbps; 500 kbps
Extended mode: 10 kbps; 20 kbps; 50 kbps; 125 kbps; 250 kbps; 500 kbps;
800kbps; 1M kbps
„ Environment
Item
Specification
ESD (IEC 61131-2, IEC 61000-4-2): 8KV Air Discharge
EFT (IEC 61131-2, IEC 61000-4-4): Power Line: 2KV, Digital I/O: 1KV
Noise immunity Analog & Communication I/O: 1KV
Damped-Oscillatory Wave: Power Line: 1KV, Digital I/O: 1KV
RS (IEC 61131-2, IEC 61000-4-3): 26MHz ~ 1GHz, 10V/m
Operation
Storage
0ºC ~ 55ºC (temperature); 50 ~ 95% (humidity); pollution degree 2
-25ºC ~ 70ºC (temperature); 5 ~ 95% (humidity)
Vibration/shock Standard: IEC 61131-2、IEC 68-2-6 (TEST Fc)/IEC 61131-2 & IEC 68-2-27
resistance
(TEST Ea)
Certificates
2
IEC 61131-2, UL508
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2 Product Profile & Outline
2.1 Dimension
DVPDNET
MS
NS
4
5
6
3
7
2
8
0
1
x10
1
3
6
7
2
5
9
4
8
0
x10
9
0
1
DR 1
DR 0
IN 1
IN 0
2.2 Product Profiles
1. Model name
2. Extension port
3. Power, MS, NS LED
4. DIN rail clip
5. Digital indicator
6. Extension clip
7. Address switch
8. Function switch
9. DeviceNet connection port
2.3 DeviceNet Connection Port
The connector is used on the connection to DeviceNet. Wire by using the connector enclosed with
DVPDNET-SL.
PIN
Signal
Color
Content
1
V-
Black
0V DC
2
CAN_L
Blue
Signal-
3
SHIELD
-
Shielded
4
CAN_H
White
Signal+
5
V+
Red
24V DC
5
4
3
2
1
Note: Either end of the communication cable should be connected with the terminal resistor of
121Ω and the resistors should be connected between “Signal+” and “Signal-”.
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2.4 Address Switch
The switch is used on setting up the node address of DVPDNET-SL on DeviceNet. Range: 00 ~ 63 (64 ~ 99
are forbidden).
0 … 63
Valid DeviceNet node address
64…99
Invalid DeviceNet node address
4
5
6
3
Content
7
Switch setting
2
8
0
5
9
1
4
6
3
7
2
8
9
0
1
Example: If you need to set the node address of DVPDNET-SL to 26, simply switch the corresponding
switch of x101 to 2 and the corresponding switch of x100 to 6.
Note:
z
Please set up the node address when the power is switched off. After the setup is completed, re-power
DVPDNET-SL.
z
When DVPDNET-SL is operating, changing the setting of node address will be invalid.
z
Use slotted screwdriver to rotate the switch carefully in case you scratch the switch.
2.5 Function Switch
The function switches are for:
„
Setting up the work mode (IN0)
„
Setting up the baud rate of DeviceNet (DR0 ~ DR1)
DR1
DR0
Baud rate
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
125kbps
250kbps
500kbps
Entering the mode of extended baud rate
( see Chapter 9)
When the slave is off-line, the I/O data in
the buffer area will be held.
When the slave is off-line, the I/O data in
the buffer area will be cleared.
ON
IN0
OFF
IN1
Reserved
Note:
z Please set up the function switch when the power is switched off. After the setup is completed, re-power
DVPDNET-SL.
z When DVPDNET-SL is operating, changing the setting of the function switch will be invalid.
z Use slotted screwdriver to adjust the DIP switch carefully in case you scratch the switch.
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2.6 Digital Indicator
The digital indicator provides the following two functions:
DVPDNET
POWER
MS
NS
1)
Displaying the node address and error messages of DVPDNET-SL .
2)
Displaying the error message of slave.
Note:
z
When the module works normally, the digital displayer will show its own node ID.
z
When "E1" and "03" are on display continuously, it indicates that the error that "E1" refers to
occurs in the slave of node 03.
When the error codes such as "E7" and "E1" are on display, please refer to section 11.2 for the
z
correction.
2.7 Extension Port
The extension port is mainly used on connecting DVPDNET-SL to the left-side extension port on DVP-SV PLC
MPU.
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3 Installation
3.1 Connecting DVPDNET-SL to DVP-SV MPU
„
Adjust the extension clip on the left side of DVP-SV.
„
Meet the extension port of the MPU with DVPDNET-SL as shown in the figure below.
„
Fasten the extension clip.
DVPDNET
DVP28SV
RUN
STOP
3.2 Installing DVPDNET-SL and DVP-SV MPU on DIN Rail
„
Use 35mm DIN rail.
„
Open the DIN rail clip on DVP-SV and DVPDNET-SL. Insert DVP-SV and DVPDNET-SL onto the DIN
rail.
„
Clip up the DIN rail clips on DVP-SV and DVPDNET-SL to fix DVP-SV and DVPDNET-SL on the DIN rail,
as shown below.
DVPDNET
DVP28SV
35mm DIN rail
RUN
STOP
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3.3 Connecting to DeviceNet Connection Port
„ The colors on the PINs on the DeviceNet connection port match the colors of the connection cables.
Make sure you connect the cable to the right PIN.
„ We recommend you also apply Delta’s power module in the connection.
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4 Configuration of DVPDNET-SL
4.1 Configuration through DeviceNet Builder Software
Before DVPDNET-SL starts to work normally, it must be configured through DeviceNet Builder
software.
4.1.1 Selection of Communication Channel
Max 8 DVPDNET-SL modules can be connected to the left side of PLC and every DVPDNET-SL is a
communication channel. When there are three DVPDNET-SL modules connected to PLC’s left side and
DeviceNet Builder software is on line, the following dialog box will pop up for selecting the current channel.
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Parameter
Explanation
Unit No.
The unit No. of the first DVPDNET-SL(DNET Scanner)on the left side of PLC is 1.
PLC’s left side can be connected with max 8 DVPDNET_SL. The further
DVPDNET-S is from PLC MPU, the larger its unit No is.
Name
DVPDNET-SL’s name in DeviceNet Builder software.
Code
For displaying the current mode of DVPDNET-SL: master mode or slave mode.
Input
mapping
The register areas which PLC MPU distributes to DVPDNET-SL.The areas are
mainly used to receive the message from DeviceNet Slave and the data from
slave in the bus will be automatically updated to these registers.
Output
mapping
The register areas which PLC MPU distributes to DVPDNET-SL. The areas are
mainly used to control DeviceNet slave and the control data in these registers will
be automatically sent to DeviceNet slave in the bus. Slave will take some action
accordingly after receiving the data.
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4.1.2 Setup of Scan Module
The following dialog is for setting DVPDNET-SL’s current mode: master mode or slave mode.
Parameter
Master
mode
Scan
interval
time
Explanation
For setting DVPDNET-SL as master mode.
The cycle time for master to send and receive the real time data after real-time
data connection is successful.
Timeouts
(EPR)
The result value of the parameter multiplied by 4. (Unit:ms)
Master assumes that the slave is offline if it receives no response from slave after
timeout.
Extended
baud rate
The parameter gets effective only in master mode.
Selecting “Startup” activates the function of extended baud rate.
Select the appropriate baud rate according to actual demand then.
Slave mode For setting DVPDNET-SL as slave mode
Bit-strobe
Polled
COS/CC
Device
mapping
address
Reserved; no actual purpose now.
The parameters get effective only in slave mode.
The filled byte number corresponds to the data length for output and input as
DVPDNET-S is taken as slave. “Sending data length” corresponds to “Output
length” and “Receiving data length” corresponds to “Input length”.
Reserved; no actual purpose now.
For AH modes specially; no actual purpose now.
Note: These parameters and the configuration information are downloaded to DVPDNET-SL together.
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4.1.3 Setup of Scan List
Double click the existing icon of DVPDNET-SL in the DeviceNet Builder interface and then the following
dialog box appears for configuring the scan module.
Parameter
Explanation
Available
node
All already scanned slaves appear in “Available list”.
After the configuration information is downloaded to DVPDNET-SL, the slave in
“Available node” will not conduct the real-time data exchange with DVPDNET-SL.
After the configuration information is downloaded to DVPDNET-SL, the slave in
“Scan list” will conduct the real-time data exchange with DVPDNET-SL.
Scan list
Node
The station No. for the slave in DeviceNet bus.
address
Node name The name that “Node address” corresponds to.
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4.1.4 Input Table and Output Table
Select the device in “Scan list” and then the data length of input and output of the device will be displayed
respectively in the lower part of the following dialog box.
Parameter
Explanation
Output
Table
PLC MPU’s registers and the corresponding output data are shown in “Output list”.
The values in PLC’s registers will be sent to slave in real time as the control data
of slave.
Input Table
PLC MPU’s registers and the corresponding input data are shown in “input list”.
The data that slave sends to master will be updated in PLC’s registers in real time.
Register
The number of the register of PLC MPU; “D6289_H” indicates the high byte of
register D6289; “D6289_L” indicates the low byte of register D6289.
Device
mapping
For displaying the data type and the name of current slave; “Poll” means the polled
data.
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4.2 Data Mapping Areas
The data mapping introduced in this chapter is the data mapping between PLC MPU and DVPDNET-SL. The
mapping relation is unchanged and user has no right to revise this area.
Max 8 PLC DVPDNET-SL modules can be connected to PLC’s left side. After all DVPDNET-SL are connected
to DVP-SV, DVP-SV will distribute data mapping areas to every DVPDNET-SL.
DVPDNET
DVPDNET
DVPDNET
DVPDNET
DVPDNET
DVPDNET
DVPDNET
DVPDNET
DVP28SV
RUN
STOP
The index of DVPDNET-SL is its unit number. The first DVPDNET-SL on the left hand side of DVP-SV is No. 1,
the following DVPDNET-SL modules are No. 2, No. 3, No. 4 and so on.
Mapped D registers
DVPDNET-SL
index
Output mapping
Input mapping
1
D6250 ~ D6497
D6000 ~ D6247
2
D6750 ~ D6997
D6500 ~ D6747
3
D7250 ~ D7497
D7000 ~ D7247
4
D7750 ~ D7997
D7500 ~ D7747
5
D8250 ~ D8497
D8000 ~ D8247
6
D8750 ~ D8997
D8500 ~ D8747
7
D9250 ~ D9497
D9000 ~ D9247
8
D9750 ~ D9997
D9500 ~ D9747
4.3 I/O Mapping Table (as master mode)
As DVPDNET-SL of unit No. 1 serves as master mode, the data mapping areas are distributed as below table.
Output mapping area
D register
Mapping area
Data length
D6250 ~ D6281
Explicit message
program request
32 words
D6000 ~ D6031
Explicit message
program response
32 words
D6282 ~ D6285
Bit-strobe
command
4 words
D6032 ~ D6035
Status of nodes in
the scan list
4 words
D6286
Reserved
1word
D6036
DVPDNET-SL
status
1 word
D6287 ~ D6476
DeviceNet output
data
190 words
D6037 ~ D6226
DeviceNet input
data
190 words
21 words
D6227 ~ D6247
Reserved
21 words
D6477 ~ D6497 Reserved
12
Input mapping area
D register
Mapping area
Data length
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Note: If the unit No. is 2, the number of the registers above will all be added by 500 respectively; if the unit No.
is 3, the number of the registers above will all be added by 1000 respectively; if the unit No. is 4, the number of
the registers above will all be added by 1500 respectively and so on.
4.4 I/O Mapping Table (as slave mode)
As DVPDNET-SL serves as slave mode, the data mapping areas are distributed as below table and these
registers are applied for real-time data exchange.
Unit No.
Input mapping area
Initial register
Max data length
Output mapping area
Initial register
Max data length
1
D6000
255Bytes
D6250
255Bytes
2
D6500
255Bytes
D6750
255Bytes
3
D7000
255Bytes
D7250
255Bytes
4
D7500
255Bytes
D7750
255Bytes
5
D8000
255Bytes
D8250
255Bytes
6
D8500
255Bytes
D8750
255Bytes
7
D9000
255Bytes
D9250
255Bytes
8
D9500
255Bytes
D9750
255Bytes
When the unit No. of DVPDNET_SL is 1, the control data which DeviceNet sends out will be updated in real
time in the registers of PLC MPU with D6000 as the initial register. In the meanwhile, the value in the registers
of PLC MPU with D6250 as the initial register will be automatically sent back to DeviceNet master so as to
realize the real-time data exchange.
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5 Sending Explicit Message from Ladder Diagram
DVPDNET-SL supports the sending of explicit messages through WPL programs.
5.1 The Principle of Explicit Message Sending
1
Explicit request message
(PLC DVPDNET-SL)
4
Explicit response message
(DVPDNET-SL PLC)
DV PDNE T
DV P28SV
RUN
ST OP
Explicit request message
from master 2
DeviceNet
DNA02
RJ12
VFD-B
Explicit response message
from slave 3
①: DVP-SV MPU sends out explicit request message to DVPDNET-SL according to WPL program.
②: DVPDNET-SL sends out request message to the target equipment.
③: The target equipment processes the request message and responds DVPDNET-SL.
④: DVP-SV MPU stores the response message from DVPDNET-SL to D register. One explicit message
transmission is therefore completed.
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5.2 Structure of Explicit Message
You can edit explicit messages in “explicit request message editing area” and “explicit response message
editing area”. See the table below for the corresponding relation between the two areas and PLC devices. If
you transmit the request message to be sent out to D6250 ~ D6281, DVPDNET-SL will fill the response
message to D6000 ~ D6031.
PLC device
1)
Mapping area
Mapping length
D6000 ~ D6031
Explicit response message editing area
64 bytes
D6250 ~ D6281
Explicit request message editing area
64 bytes
Structure of request message
See the table below:
Request Message
PLC device
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
D6250
8
ReqID
6
5
4
3
2
Service Code
MAC ID
D6253
High byte of Class ID
Low byte of Class ID
High byte of Instance ID
Low byte of Instance ID
Reserved
Attribute ID (optional)
Message Data
D6255
D6256 ~ D6281
0
Size
D6252
D6254
1
Command
Message Header Port
D6251
7
Service Data
„ Command: Fixed to “01Hex”.
„ ReqID: The request ID. Whenever an explicit message is sent out, the message will be given a ReqID
for DVPDNET-SL to identify. For the next explicit message to be sent out, you have to change the ID
number. ReqID = 0 indicates that DVPDNET-SL will not send out explicit message. Range of ReqID:
00Hex ~ FFHex.
„ Size: The length of the message, starting from D6253. The high bytes of D6255 are reserved. When
the data length is being calculated, D6255 is counted as 1 byte. The maximum data length is 58 bytes.
Errors will occur when the length is longer than 58 bytes. Unit: byte.
„ Port: The communication port. Fixed to “00Hex".
„ MAC ID: The node address of the target equipment on DeviceNet.
„ Service Code: The service code of the explicit message. See the meanings of the codes in the table
below:
Service Code
Explanation
01Hex
Read all attributes (Get_Attribute_All)
02Hex
Set up all attributes (Set_Attribute_All)
0EHex
Read a single attribute (Get_Attribute_Single)
10Hex
Set up a single attribute (Set_Attribute_Single)
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2)
Structure of response message
See the table below:
Response Message
PLC device
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
D6000
Message Header
D6001
D6002
D6003 ~ 6031
„
Message Data
8
7
6
ReqID
Status
Port
Size
Service Code
MAC ID
5
4
3
2
1
0
Service Response Data
The definitions of ReqID, Port, Service Code and MAC ID are the same as their definitions in request
message.
„
Size: The length of the message, starting from D6003. Max. 58 bytes. Errors will occur when the
length is longer than 58 bytes. Unit: byte.
„
3)
See the table below for the meanings of Status (status codes):
Status
Explanation
0
No explicit message is sent out.
1
The communication of explicit message is successful.
2
The explicit message is being sent out.
3
Error: No response from the target equipment.
4
Error: Command is invalid.
5
Error: Size of request message is invalid.
6
Error: Size of response message is invalid.
7
Error: Failing to establish a connection to the target equipment.
8 ~ 255
Reserved
Notes:
„
DVPDNET-SL can only send out 1 explicit message at a time.
„
Before sending explicit message by using WPL program, we suggest you clear the request message
editing area and response message editing area to 0.
„
If the slave responds with standard error code, and DVPDNET-SL also consider the communication
being successful, “The communication of explicit message is successful.” will indicate that the
communication has been completed successfully.
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4)
Application example (I)
Target
When M0 = On, read Class 1>>Instance 1>>Attribute 1 of IFD9502
1> The connection
DV P DNE T
DV P 28S V
RU N
S TOP
Node Address:00
DeviceNet
Node Address:02
RJ12
Note: IFD9502, a Delta DeviceNet slave module can connect VFD AC motor drive to DeviceNet network.
2> Compulsory settings and explanations on devices
„ Compulsory settings in DVPDNET-SL
Parameter
Set value
Node address
00
Baud rate
500kbps
Explanation
Set the node address of DVPDNET-SL to “00”.
Set the communication speed of DVPDNET-SL and bus to
“500kbps”.
„ Compulsory settings in DNA02
Parameter
Set value
Node address
02
Baud rate
500kbps
Explanation
Set the node address of DNA02 to “02".
Set the communication speed of DNA02 and bus to
“500kbps”.
„ Compulsory settings in VFD-B
Parameter
Set value
02-00
04
The main frequency is operated on RS-485 interface.
02-01
03
The operation commands are operated on the
communication interface. Operation by keys is valid.
09-00
01
Communication address of VFD-B: 01
09-01
03
Baud rate: 38,400
09-04
03
Modbus RTU mode. Data format <8, N, 2>
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„ Explanations on devices
PLC device
Request
message
editing area
Response
message
editing area
Content
Explanation
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
D6250
0101Hex ReqID = 01Hex
Command = 01Hex
D6251
0005Hex Port = 00Hex
Size = 05Hex
D6252
0E02Hex Service Code = 0EHex
MAC ID = 02Hex
D6253
0001Hex High bye of Class ID =00Hex Low byte of Class ID = 01Hex
D6254
0001Hex
D6255
0001Hex N/A
Attribute ID = 01Hex
D6000
0101Hex ReqID = 01Hex
Status = 01Hex
D6001
0002Hex Port = 00Hex
Size = 02Hex
D6002
8E02Hex Service Code = 8EHex
MAC ID = 02Hex
D6003
031FHex
High byte of Instance ID =
00Hex
High byte of Service Data =
03Hex
Low byte of Instance ID =
01Hex
Low byte of Service Data =
1FHex
3> PLC program
M1002
ZRST
D6000
D6031
ZRST
D6250
D6281
MOV
H0101
D6250
ReqID = 01, Command = 01
MOV
H0005
D6251
Port = 00, Size = 05
MOV
H0E02
D6252
Service Code = 0E, MAC ID = 02
MOV
H0100
D6253
Class ID to be read = 01
MOV
H0100
D6254
Instance ID to be read = 01
MOV
H0100
D6255
Attribute ID to be read = 01
Reset response message editing area
& request message editing area
M0
4> Program explanations:
„ In the beginning of the program, clear the response message editing area and request message
editing area to 0.
„ When M0 = On, DVPDNET-SL will send out request message, reading Class 1>>Instance 1>>
Attribute 1 of the target equipment (node address: 02). If the communication of explicit message is
successful, the slave will return with a response message.
„ When M0 = On, DVPDNET-SL will only send out request message once. If you would like it to send out
request message again, you will have to change ReqID.
„ When the reading is successful, the message responded from the target equipment will be stored in
D6000 ~ D6003.
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5)
Application example (II)
Target
M1 = On, set 0x99>>Instance 1>>Attribute 2 of IFD9502 to “0004Hex”.
1> The connection
Note: IFD9502, a Delta DeviceNet slave module can connect the temperature controller to DeviceNet
network.
2> Compulsory settings and explanations on devices
„ Compulsory settings in DVPDNET-SL
Parameter
Set value
Node address
00
Baud rate
500kbps
Explanation
Set the node address of DVPDNET-SL to “00”.
Set the communication speed of DVPDNET-SL and bus to
“500kbps”.
„ Compulsory settings in DNA02
Parameter
Set value
Node address
02
Baud rate
500kbps
Explanation
Set the node address of DNA02 to “02”.
Set the communication speed of DNA02 and bus to
“500kbps”.
„ Compulsory settings in VFD-B
Parameter
Set value
02-00
04
The main frequency is operated on RS-485 interface.
02-01
03
The operation commands are operated on the
communication interface. Operation by keys is valid.
09-00
01
Communication address of VFD-B: 01
09-01
03
Baud rate: 38,400
09-04
03
Modbus RTU mode. Data format <8, N, 2>
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„ Explanations on devices
PLC device
Request
message
editing area
Response
message
editing area
Content
Explanation
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
D6250
0101Hex ReqID = 01Hex
Command = 01Hex
D6251
0005Hex Port = 00Hex
Size = 07Hex
D6252
0E02Hex Service Code = 10Hex
MAC ID = 02Hex
D6253
0099Hex High byte of Class ID = 00Hex Low byte of Class ID = 99Hex
D6254
0001Hex
D6255
0002Hex N/A
Attribute ID = 02Hex
D6256
0004Hex High byte of data = 00Hex
Low byte of data = 04Hex
D6000
0101Hex ReqID = 01Hex
Status = 01Hex
D6001
0002Hex Port = 00Hex
Size = 02Hex
D6002
9002Hex Service Code = 90EHex
MAC ID = 02Hex
D6003
0004Hex
High byte of Instance ID =
00Hex
High byte of Service Data =
00Hex
Low byte of Instance ID =
01Hex
Low byte of Service Data =
04Hex
3> PLC program
M1002
ZRST
D6000
D6031
Reset response message editing area
& request message editing area
ZRST
D6250
D6281
MOV
H0101
D6250
ReqID = 01, Command = 01
MOV
H0008
D6251
Port = 00, Size = 08
MOV
H0E02
D6252
Service Code = 0E, MAC ID = 02
MOV
H0099
D6253
Class ID to be write= 99
MOV
H0001
D6254
Instance ID to be written = 01
MOV
H0002
D6255
Attribute ID to be written = 02
MOV
H0004
D6256
Data to be written = 0004
M1
4> Program explanations
„
In the beginning of the program, clear the response message editing area and request message
editing area to 0.
„
When M1 = On, DVPDNET-SL will send out request message. Write 0004Hex into Class 99 >>
Instance 1 >> Attribute 2 of the target equipment (node address: 02). If the communication of
explicit message is successful, the slave will return with a response message.
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„
When M1 = On, DVPDNET-SL will only send out request message once. If you would like it to
send out request message again, you will have to change ReqID.
„
When the writing is successfully done, the message responded from the target equipment will be
stored in D6000 ~ D6003.
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6 Bit-Strobe Command
6.1 Principle of Bit-Strobe
Bit-strobe is one of the standard I/O transmission methods for DeviceNet. The length of command is fixed to 8
bytes (i.e. 64 bits), and every bit corresponds to a slave.
Corresponding nodes on the network
PLC
device
b15
b14
b13
…
b1
b0
D6282
Node 15
Node 14
Node 13
…
Node 1
Node 0
D6283
Node 31
Node 30
Node 29
…
Node 17
Node 16
D6284
Node 47
Node 46
Node 45
…
Node 33
Node 32
D6285
Node 63
Node 62
Node 61
…
Node 49
Node 48
When b0 of D6282 = 0, the node 0 equipment will be selected, and it will need to respond with a message to
the master. When b0 and b1 of D6282 = 0, the node 0 and node 1 equipment will be selected, and they will be
to respond with a message to the master.
D6282
D8283
b31 b30
b18 b17 b16 b15 b14
b2
b1 b0
Node 0
Node 1
Node 2
Node 14
In the bit-strobe mode, the master will not send control data to the slave node. However, when its
corresponding bit is set to 0, the slave node will have to respond with I/O data to the master. When its
corresponding bit is set to 1, the slave node will not have to respond with I/O data to the master.
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7 Display of Node Status on Network
7.1 Display of Node Status in Scan List
This function is to monitor if DeviceNet slave is offline or not. DVPDNET-SL does read-time monitoring to the
nodes in the scan list and maps the status of every node to a bit. You can acquire the node status by
monitoring D6032 ~ D6035. See the table below for the corresponding relation between PLC devices and the
nodes on the network:
Corresponding nodes on the network
PLC
device
b15
b14
b13
…
b1
b0
D6032
Node 15
Node 14
Node 13
…
Node 1
Node 0
D6033
Node 31
Node 30
Node 29
…
Node 17
Node 16
D6034
Node 47
Node 46
Node 45
…
Node 33
Node 32
D6035
Node 63
Node 62
Node 61
…
Node 49
Node 48
When the node in the scan list is normal, the corresponding bit will be off. If the node occurs with abnormality,
its corresponding bit will be On.
7.2 Status of DVPDNET-SL
You can acquire the real-time status of DVPDNET-SL by monitoring D6036. When DVPDNET-SL runs
normally, D6036 = 0. When DVPDNET-SL is being initialized, the high byte of D6036 = 1 and the low byte = 0.
When error occurs in DVPDNET-SL, the high byte of D6036 = 2. For detailed error information, please refer
to the error codes, i.e. the low byte of D6036.
PLC
device
D6036
Explanation
b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9
Status of DVPDNET-SL
(0: normal, 1: initializing, 2: error)
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b8
b7
b6
b5
b4
b3
b2
b1
b0
Error codes of DVPDNET-SL
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8 Setup of Slave Mode
DVPDNET-SL can serve as slave through modifying of the mode by software. As DVPDNET-SL serves as slave,
the default input / output data length is 8 bytes and max input / output data length is 255 bytes.
DVPDNET-SL can be set as slave mode in the following method.
1)
Connect the devices according to below figure. PC accesses PLC MPU via RS232 or RS485.
DVP DNET-S L
DVP28SV
DeviceNet Builder
2)
Open DeviceNet Builder software, and select “Setup” => “Communication Setting” => “System Channel”,
and the “Serial Port Setting” dialog box will appear as below.
3)
Set up the communication parameters in the PC and DVP-SV, e.g. the communication port, address, baud
rate and communication format. Click on “OK” after configuration is finished.
Item
COM Port
Address
Baud rate
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Function
COM port on the PC to be used to communicate
with DVP-SV
Communication address of DVP-SV
Communication speed between the PC and
DVP-SV
Data Bits
Parity
Stop Bit
Communication protocol between the PC and
DVP-SV
Mode
Communication mode between the PC and
DVP-SV
Default
COM1
01
9,600 (bps)
7
Even Parity
1
ASCII
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4)
Select “Network” => "Online” and the “Select Communication Channel” dialog box will appear. Click on “OK”
to start scanning the DeviceNet network after selecting “analog online” in the following window.
5)
Select “Network” >> “Scan module” and then “Scan module setting” dialog box appears. After “Slave mode”
is selected there, fill the appropriate slave data length. Finally click on “OK” to finish the setting.
6)
Select “Network” >> “Download” and then below dialog box appears. Click on “Y” to download the
configuration data to DVPDNET-SL.
7)
After download is finished, power PLC off and then repower it. At this time, DVPDNET-SL has been set as
slave mode.
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9 Setup of Extended Baud Rate
9.1 Setup of Extended Baud Rate (as master mode)
1)
Connect the device to the Devicenet network according to the following figure. PC accesses PLC MPU via
RS232 or RS485.
DVP DNET-S L
DVP28SV
DeviceNet Builder
2)
Open DeviceNet Builder software and select “Setup” => “Communication Setting” => “System Channel”. And
then the following dialog box appears.
3)
Set up the communication parameters in the PC and DVP-SV, e.g. the communication port, address, baud
rate and communication format. Click on “OK” after configuration is finished.
Item
COM Port
Address
Baud rate
Data Bits
Parity
Stop Bit
Mode
4)
Function
COM port on the PC to be used to communicate
with DVP-SV
Communication address of DVP-SV
Communication speed between the PC and
DVP-SV
Communication protocol between the PC and
DVP-SV
Communication mode between the PC and
DVP-SV
Default
COM1
01
9,600 (bps)
7
Even Parity
1
ASCII
Select “Network” => "Online” and the following “Select Communication Channel” dialog box will appear. Click
on “OK”.
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5)
Select “Network” => "Setup of scan module” and the following "Setup of scan module” dialog box appears.
Select “Master mode” and “Startup” to activate the function of extended baud rate. In the meanwhile, select
the appropriate baud rate according to the actual demand. Click “OK” to finish setting.
6)
Select “Network” => “Download” and the following dialog box appears. Click “OK” to download the
configuration information to DVPDNET-SL.
7)
After download is completed, set DVPDNET-SL’s function switch DR0 and DR1 as ON and then repower
PLC to finish the setting of the extended baud rate.
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9.2 Setup of Extended Baud Rate (as slave mode)
1)
Connect the relevant devices to the DeviceNet network according to the following figure.
DVPDNET-SL(Master)
DVP28SV
DeviceNet Builder
DeviceN et
DVP28SV
DVPDNET-SL(Slave)
Note:
a. DVPDNET-SL at the bottom of the above figure has been set as slave mode.
b. The node addresses of two DVPDNET-SLs must not be repeated. (See section 2.4).
c. The baud rates of two DVPDNET-SLs are both 500K bps (See section 2.5).
2)
Open DeviceNet Builder software and select “Setup” => “Communication Setting” => “System Channel”,
In result, you can see the following dialog box.
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3)
Set up the communication parameters in the PC and DVP-SV, e.g. the communication port, address, baud
rate and communication format. Click on “OK” after configuration is finished.
Item
COM Port
Address
Baud rate
Data Bits
Parity
Stop Bit
Function
COM port on the PC to be used to communicate
with DVP-SV
Communication address of DVP-SV
Communication speed between the PC and
DVP-SV
Communication protocol between the PC and
DVP-SV
Default
COM1
01
9,600 (bps)
7
Even Parity
1
Communication mode between the PC and
ASCII
DVP-SV
Select “Network” => "Online” and the “Select Communication Channel” dialog box will appear. Click on “OK”
Mode
4)
to start scanning the entire DeviceNet network.
5)
After scanning is successful, right click DNET (Slave) to select “Parameter editing”.
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6) Set parameter 5 as “Enable” and select the baud rate in parameter 6 in the following page. Click on
“Download” to download the newly set parameter value to DVPDNET-SL(Slave).
7)
After download is completed, set DVPDNET-SL(Slave)’s function switch: DR0 and DR1 as ON. And then
repower PLC to finish the setting of the extended baud rate.
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10 Application Example on Constructing DeviceNet Network
In this section, we will present an application example, illustrating how to construct a DeviceNet network and the
configuration of the network.
Target
10.1
Using an X point of DVP28SV to control RUN/STOP of the remote VFD-L AC motor drive.
How to Construct a DeviceNet Network
1)
The connection
DVPDNET-SL
DVP28SV
START
X0
STOP
X1
D eviceNet Builder
RS232
DeviceNet
RTU-DNET
RT U -DN ET
VFD -L
V FD-L
RS485
Note:
RTU-DNET, a Delta DeviceNet remote IO communication module supports the MODBUS communication
function.
2)
Set up DVPDNET-SL, RTU-DNET and VFD-L according to the table below.
Module
Node address
Baud rate
DVPDNET-SL
01
500kbps
RTU-DNET
02
500kbps
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10.2
VFD-L
parameter
02-00
Set value
Explanation
4
02-01
3
09-00
09-01
09-04
1
1
1
Transmit the frequency of VFD-L via RS485
communication.
Control operation of VFD-L via RS485
communication.
Set the node address of VFD-L in Modbus to 1.
Set the communication rate of VFD-L in Modbus 9600
Set the communication format of VFD-L in Modbus to
7, E, 1, ASCII.
How to Configure Network by DeviceNet Network Configuration Tool
1)
Configuration of DeviceNet slave
1> Open DeviceNet Builder software and select “Setup” => “Communication Setting” => “System
Channel”, and the “Serial Port Setting” dialog box will appear as below.
2> Set up the communication parameters in the PC and DVP-SV, e.g. the communication port, address,
baud rate and communication format. Click on “OK” after configuration is finished.
Item
COM Port
Address
Baud rate
Data Bits
Parity
Function
COM port on the PC to be used to
communicate with DVP-SV
Communication address of DVP-SV
Communication speed between the PC and
DVP-SV
Communication protocol between the PC
and DVP-SV
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COM1
01
9,600 (bps)
7
Even Parity
1
Stop Bit
Mode
Default
Communication mode between the PC and
DVP-SV
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3> Select “Network” => "Online”, and the “Select Communication Channel” dialog box will appear.
Clicking on “OK” starts scanning the DeviceNet network.
4> If the bar on the dialog box does not progress, it means the connection between the PC and DVP-SV
is abnormal, or there are other programs also using the COM port on the PC. After the scan is
completed, the dialog box will tell you that the scan is completed, and the icons and device names of
all the nodes scanned on the network will be shown on the screen. See the figure below, in which the
node address of DVPDNET-SL and RTU-DNET are 01 and 02 respectively.
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5> Double click on RTU-DNET (node 02), and the "Node Configuration…” dialog box will appear.
6> Click on “IO Configure…” button in “Node Configuration” dialog box, and you will then see “RTU
Configuration” page where you click on “Scan IO” button and “Warning” dialog box will appear. Click
“OK” then DeviceNet Builder will detect the devices connected to RTU-DNET as below.
7> Because no special module is connected to the right side of RTU-DNET, “None” will show in the
location of the special module in the following window. The point number for X and Y are both 0.Then
click on “Gateway setting”.
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8> In the interface of “Modbus gateway setting”, use the parameters of one slave and fill the relevant
values there. You can refer to the user manual of RTU-DNET.
Note: The slave here is the slave in Modbus network without direct relation with DeviceNet network.
9> Click on “OK” in the above window and then click on “Download” in the following window to
download the configuration data to RTU-DNET. After download is finished, the configuration
of RTU-DNET is completed.
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2)
Configuration of DeviceNet Master
1>
Double click on DNET Scanner (node 01), and the “Scan Module Configuration..." dialog box will
appear. You can find the currently available nodes, RTU-DNET and VFD-B Drives 230V 3HP, in
the list on the left side. On the right side, there is an empty “Scan List”.
2>
(2) Move the slave devices on DeviceNet in the "Available Nodes” list on the left side to the "Scan
List” on the right side. Select a node and click on > . Follow the steps to move all the nodes to the
scan list.
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3>
Confirm all the settings and click on “OK”. Next, download the configuration to DVPDNET-SL. If
DVP-SV is in RUN mode while you are downloading the configuration, a “Warning” dialog box will
appear.
4>
„
Click on “OK” to continue the download. Make sure DVP-SV is in RUN mode.
The mapping relation between DVPDNET-SL and slave device is shown as below after
configuration of the DeviceNet network following the above steps is completed.
DVP28SV → DVPDNET-SL → slave device
DVP28SV
DVPDNET-SL
D6287
D6288
RTU-DNET & VFD-L
Control word of VFD-L
(2000H)
Control frequency of VFD-L
(2001H)
DVP28SV ← DVPDNET-SL ←slave device
DVP28SV
D6037
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RTU-DNET & VFD-L
Output frequency of VFD-L
(2103H)
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10.3
Ladder Diagram Program
This section introduces how to edit the ladder diagram program to meet the control request of DeviceNet network.
Control
request
When X0=ON, VFD-L AC motor drive runs;
When X1=ON, VFD-L AC motor drive stops;
After VFD-L has run for 6 seconds and at this time the running frequency still has not
reached the designated frequency, Y0 of DVP28SV=ON.
Explanation of PLC Program
X0
MOV
H12
D6287
When X0=ON, VFD-L starts up and
its target frequency is 20Hz.
MOV
K2000
D6288
MOV
H1
D6287
TMR
T0
K60
X1
When X1=ON, VFD-L stops running.
X0
T0
LD<>
38
K2000
D6037
(
Y0
)
Y0 will be ON in DVP28SV if the
frequency of VFD-L has not reached
20Hz after starting up for 6 seconds
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11 LED Indicator & Trouble-shooting
DVPDNET-SL supports two diagnostic methods: indicator diagnosis and digital displayer diagnosis.
DVPDNET
POWER
MS
NS
11.1
„
LED Indicator Diagnosis
POWER LED
LED status
Off
Green light on
„
Indication
Power is abnormal.
Make sure DVPDNET-SL is powered.
Power is normal.
--
NS LED
LED status
Off
Green light
blinking
Green light on
Red light
blinking
Red light on
„
How to correct
Indication
How to correct
No power or duplicate ID
check has not completed
1. Make sure DVPDNET-SL is powered.
2. Make sure at least 1 node or more are
communicating on the network.
No communication
No correction is needed; check the digital indicator for
the error.
Normal operation
--
Error in communication
Check the digital indicator and eliminate the error.
Network error; cannot check
duplicate ID; bus-off (check
the digital indicator)
1. Make sure all the devices have their unique node
address.
2. Check the network for correcting media installation
and baud rate.
3. Check if the node address of DVPDNET-SL is valid.
4. Check if the network power is normal.
Indication
How to correct
MS LED
LED status
Off
No power
Make sure DVPDNET-SL is powered.
Green light
blinking
The master is not
configured.
Configure the scan list and re-download it to
DVPDNET-SL.
Green light on
Normal operation
--
Red light
blinking
Red light on
Some slaves encounter
communication error.
Internal error
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Check the digital indicator and make sure the salve
information in the scan list is consistent with the salve
actually connected.
1. Check if the configuration is valid.
2. Re-power it. If the error still exists, send it back to
the factory for repair.
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„
MS & NS LED
LED status
How to correct
MS LED
Off
Off
Off
Green light
on
Duplicate ID check has not
completed.
Red light on
Green light
on
MAC ID detection failure
or bus-off
Red light on
Red light
blinking
No 24V DC power from
DeviceNet network
Red light on Red light on
11.2
No power
Hardware error
Make sure DVPDNET-SL is powered.
Make sure at least 1 node or more are
communicating in the network, and the baud
rate is the same as the setting in
DVPDNET-SL.
Change the MAC ID setting and re-power
DVPDNET-SL.
1. Check if the network cable is correctly
connected to DVPDNET-SL.
2. Check the 24V DC network power.
Go to your manufacturer or distributor for
problem-solving.
Digital displayer diagnosis
Code
0 ~ 63
80
F0
F1
Indication
Node address of
DVPDNET-SL (in normal
operation)
DVPDNET-SL is in STOP
status.
Duplicate MAC ID check
failure
No slave device in the scan
list.
F2
Low voltage is detected.
F3
Entering test mode
F4
Bus-off
F5
No network power
F6
F7
F8
F9
FA
E0
E1
40
Indication
NS LED
Internal error; Flash or RAM
check error
Internal error; GPIO check
error
Error produced in factory
manufacturing
Internal error; EEPROM
access failure
Invalid configuration data
Device key parameter does
not match the scan list
table.
Data size returned does not
match the scan list.
How to correct
-Turn the PLC MPU to RUN and start I/O data
exchange.
Check the node address and re-power DVPDNET-SL.
Configure the scan list and download it to
DVPDNET-SL.
Check if the power of DVPDNET-SL and PLC MPU is
normal.
Switch IN1 from On to Off and re-power
DVPDNET-SL.
1. Check if the network cable is normal.
2. Check if the baud rate is correct.
3. Re-power DVPDNET-SL.
Make sure the cable is correctly connected and check
if the network power is normal.
If the error still exists after re-power, send your
DVPDNET-SL back to the factory for repair.
If the error still exists after re-power, send your
DVPDNET-SL back to the factory for repair.
If the error still exists after re-power, send your
DVPDNET-SL back to the factory for repair.
If the error still exists after re-power, send your
DVPDNET-SL back to the factory for repair.
1. Configure the network correctly and re-download it
to DVPDNET-SL.
2. Check if the node address of the slave in the scan
list is the same as the node address of
DVPDNET-SL.
Make sure that the device parameter in the scan list
matches the desired key parameter, including vendor
ID, product code, device type and version.
Re-configure the scan list using correct data size.
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Code
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
Indication
How to correct
Slave device in the scan list
does not exist or is offline.
1. Check if there is any change for the node address of
the slave.
2. Check if the communication cable is disconnected
or connected loosely.
DVPDNET-SL fails to
transmit a message.
Error detected in sequence
of fragmented I/O
messages from device
Slave device returns error
when DVPDNET-SL
attempts to communicate
with it.
Data size returned is bigger
than expected.
DVPDNET-SL is checking
MAC ID.
DVP-PLC Operation Manual
Make sure that the connection is valid and check if the
baud rate is correct.
Check if the slave is operating normally.
Check if the slave is operating normally.
Check the configuration of slave device and scan list.
If the code is displayed long, do the troubleshooting
according to the following steps.
1. Make sure that at least two nodes work normally in
the network.
2. Check if either end of the network is connected with
the terminal resistor of 121Ω.
3. Check if the baud rates of the node devices in the
network are consistent with each other.
4. Check if the communication cable is normal so as to
avoid that the cable is disconnected or connected
loosely.
5. Re-power 10DNET scanner module.
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