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Operating Instructions
Ethernet Bus Module ProfiNet
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Thyro-S ...H1, ..HRL1
Thyro-A ...H1, ..HRL1, ..HRLP1
Thyro-A …C01, ..C02, ..C03, ..C05, ..C07
Thyro-Power Manager
Thyro-Step Controller
Thyro-Measurement Unit
PERFECT IN FORM AND FUNCTION
Contents
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Introduction
General
Special features
Type designation
Abbreviations
Warranty
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3
2.6.4
Safety
Identification in the operating instructions
General danger information
Operator requirements
Personnel requirements
Intended use
Use of the device
Operation
Prior to installation / commissioning
Maintenance, service, faults
Transport
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Functions
Processing the setpoint Thyro-S
Processing the setpoint Thyro-A
Processing the setpoint Thyro-Step Controller
Freely addressable digital outputs
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Installation
Connection terminals (overview)
Connecting a 24 V power supply
Connecting the power controller to X1-X8
Connecting the Ethernet bus module to the master
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Settings
Setting the protocol
Setting the number of slots
Setting the device name
Operating display of the bus module
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Operation
Start configuration (parameterization)
Cyclical data transmission (configuration)
Input and output data Thyro-S
Input and output data Thyro-A
Input and output data Thyro-Power Manager
Input and output data Thyro-Step Controller
Input and output data Thyro Input / Output Unit
Input and output data Thyro- Measurerment Unit
Acyclic data transmission (parameterization)
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7.1
7.2
External connections
Power supply
Operating elements and terminal blocks
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8.1
8.2
Interfaces
System interface
Ethernet interface
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Connection diagrams Thyro-A
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Connection diagrams Thyro-S
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Connection diagrams Thyro-Step Controller
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12.1
12.2
Specific notes
Installation
Service
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Technical Data
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Dimension drawings
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Accessories and options
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Approvals and conformity
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Appendix A Acyclic parameter tables
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List of figures and tables
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Configuration & LED dis plays
Connection diagram Thyro-A
Connection diagram Thyro-S
Connection diagram TSC
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Connecting terminals (overview)
Operating display of the bus module
Interpretation of the master setpoint for Thyro-S
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-S…H1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-S…HRL1
Thyro-S Status / Faults
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…H1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…HRL1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…HRLP1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 2A…H1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 2A…HRL1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 2A…HRLP1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 3A…H1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 3A…HRL1
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 3A…HRLP1
Thyro-A Status / Fault
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…C01
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…C02
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…C03
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…C05
Cyclic input and output data for Thyro-A 1A…C07
Supported operating modes
Cyclic input and output data TPM automatic mode
Cyclic input and output data TPM manual mode
Cyclic input and output data TSC mode
Cyclic input and output data TIO mode
Cyclic input and output data TMU mode
TPM, TSC, TIO,TMU Status / Faults
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Contact
Technical queries
Do you have any technical queries regarding the subjects dealt with in these operating instructions?
If so, please get in touch with our team for power controllers:
Tel. +49(0)2902 763-520 or +49(0)2902 763-290
Commercial queries
Do you have any commercial queries on power controllers? If so, please get in touch with our team for
power controllers.
Tel. +49 (0)2902 763-591 or +49 (0)2902 763-558
Service-Hotline
Our team is at your service on the following hotline:
AEG Power Solutions GmbH
Emil-Siepmann-Strase 32
D-59581 Warstein
Tel. +49 (0)2902 763-100
http://www.aegps.de
Copyright
No part of these operating instructions may be transmitted, reproduced and/or copied by any electronic or
mechanical means without the express prior written permission of AEG Power Solutions.
© Copyright AEG Power Solutions GmbH 2010.
All rights reserved.
Further information on copyright
Thyro- is an international registered trademark of AEG Power Solutions GmbH.
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All other company and product names are (registered) trademarks of the respective owners.
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1. Introduction
The operating instructions below serve only as an addition to be used in conjunction with the operating
instructions of the AEG Power Solutions Thyro-A power controller, Thyro-S power switch, and ThyroPower Manager in the versions of the types indicated on the covering page. The safety instructions contained therein are to be observed in particular.
1.1 General
The Ethernet bus module can connect up to 8 power controllers of type Thyro-A and type Thyro-S with a
master in any desired order.
Several bus modules can be used on one system.
The power supply of the bus module comes from an external 24V DC voltage source (150mA), which is to
be fed in (reverse polarity protected) at X11.1 (+) and X11.2 (ground). Several modules can be operated
from one power supply.
As short a ground connection as possible is needed at terminal X11.3 for EMC reasons.
1.2 Special features
• The Ethernet bus module connects the devices with several Ethernet bus systems. By setting the
“Protocol” switch to 0, the Ethernet bus module becomes a ProfiNet IO-device.
• function control via LED
• 8 free application outputs X1 to X8 in each case terminal 5
• C-rail assembly
1.3 Type designation
Ethernet bus module ProfiNet
order-no. 2000 000 846
1.4 Abbreviations
AEG PS
TPM
TSC
TMU
TIO
AEG Power Solutions GmbH
Thyro – Power Manager
Thyro – Step Controller
Thyro – Measurement Unit
Thyro Input / Output Unit
1.5 Warranty
In the event of any claims in connection with the Ethernet bus module, please contact us quoting:
• type designation
• fabrication number / serial number
• reason for the complaint
• environmental conditions of the device
• operating mode
• period of use
Goods and services are subject to the general conditions of supply for products of the electrical industry,
and our general sales conditions. Claims in connection with supplied goods must be submitted within
one week of receipt, along with the delivery note. AEG PS will rescind all obligations such as warranty
agreements, service contracts, etc. entered into by AEG PS or its representatives without prior notice
if maintenance and repair work is carried out using anything other than original AEG PS spare parts or
spare parts purchased from AEG PS.
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2. Safety
2.1 Identification in the operating instructions
In these operating instructions, there are warnings before dangerous actions. These warnings are divided
into the following danger categories:
DANGER
Dangers that can lead to serious injuries or fatal injuries.
WARNING
Dangers that can lead to serious injuries or considerable damage to property.
CAUTION
Dangers that can lead to injuries and damage to property.
CAUTION
Dangers that can lead to minor damage to property.
The warnings can also be supplemented with a special danger symbol (e.g. „Electric current“ or
„Hot parts“) , e.g.
risk of electric current or
risk of burns
In addition to the warnings, there is also a general note for useful information.
NOTE
Content of note
2.2 General danger information
DANGER
Not adhering to the safety stipulations in the operating instructions of the power controllers
used can lead to danger of injury / danger of damaging the device or system.
> Adhere to all safety stipulations in the chapter “Safety” of the operating instructions of the
power controllers being used.
DANGER
Electric current
Risk of injury from current carrying parts / danger of damaging the bus module.
> Never operate the device without the covering.
> Undertake settings and wiring without current being supplied
CAUTION
Danger of damaging the bus module
The current at terminals X1.5 to X8.5 must not exceed 120 mA.
> Check the connection information of the preceding relay.
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NOTE
Communication errors
To avoid communication errors please note the following points:
> Use shielded cables.
> Undertake grounding of the bus module (X1.7 to X8.7). Do not ground additionally at the
power controller.
2.3 Operator requirements
The operator must ensure the following:
- The safety regulations of the operating instructions are observed.
- The accident prevention regulations valid in the respective country of use and the general safety
regulations are observed.
- All safety devices (covers, warning signs etc.) are present, in perfect condition and are used correctly.
- The national and regional safety regulations are observed.
- The personnel has access to the operating instructions and safety regulations at all times.
- The operating conditions and restrictions resulting from the technical data are observed.
- Should abnormal voltages, noises, increased temperatures, vibration or similar occur, the device is
immediately put out of operation and the maintenance personnel is informed
2.4 Personnel requirements
Only qualified electro-technical personnel who are familiar with the pertinent safety and installation regulations may perform the following:
- transport
- installation
- connection
- commissioning
- maintenance
- testing
- operation
These operating instructions must be read carefully by all persons working with or on the equipment prior
to installation and initial start-up
2.5 Intended use
The device may only be used for the purpose for which it was intended, as persons may otherwise be
exposed to dangers (e.g. electric shock, burns) and plants also (e. g. overload). The user must therefore
observe the following points:
- It is not permitted to make any unauthorized modifications to the unit or to use any spare parts or
replacement parts not approved by AEG PS, or to use the unit for any other purpose.
- The warranty obligations of the manufacturer are only applicable if these operating instructions are
observed and complied with.
- The device is a component that cannot function alone.
- Project planning must account for the proper use of the device.
2.6 Use of the device
2.6.1 Operation
- Only switch on the mains voltage at the device when there is no danger to persons, system or load.
- Protect the device against dust and damp.
- Ensure that the ventilation openings are not blocked.
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2.6.2 Prior to installation / commissioning
- If stored in a cold environment: ensure that the device is absolutely dry. (Allow the device a period of at
least two hours to acclimatize before commissioning)
- Ensure sufficient ventilation of the cabinet if mounted in a cabinet.
- Observe minimum spacing.
- Ensure that the device cannot be heated up by heat sources below it. (see page 33, Technical data).
- Ground the device in accordance with local regulations.
- Connect the device in accordance with the connection diagrams.
2.6.3 Maintenance, service, faults
In order to avoid personal and material damages, the user must observe the following:
- Before all work:
> Disconnect the device from all external voltage sources.
> Secure the device against accidentally being switched back on.
> Use suitable measuring instruments and check that there is no voltage present.
> Ground and short circuit the device.
> Provide protection by covers or barriers for any neighboring live parts.
- The device may only be serviced and repaired by trained electro-technical personnel.
2.6.4 Transport
- Only transport the device in the original packaging.
- Protect the device against damage, caused by jolts, knocks and contamination, for instance.
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3. Functions
3.1 Processing the setpoint Thyro-S
Only local setpoints, no bus setpoint
Switching signal (24DC) at the control terminal X22.1 of the Thyro-S
> No wiring of the terminal point X22.4 at the power controller
- The bus module is fully functional. The analog signal from the control terminal X22.1 is used as setpoint
(on/off).
Setpoint from the bus module (X22.3), no local setpoint
> Connect the ground to terminal X22.4 of the power controller.
- The master setpoint of the bus module is used. For this purpose the setpoint is interpreted as the operating mode.
Bus setpoint, switching over to „local“ in case of bus fault
Only use the setpoint of the bus module if there is an IO connection.
> Connect terminal X22.4 of the power controller to one of the terminals X1.1 to X8.1 of the bus module.
- If there is an IO connection the master set point is used.
If not then the analog signal from the control terminal X22.1 is used as setpoint (on/off).
Switching over to bus / local setpoint switchable for each controller in operation
Individual setpoint from the bus module for each power controller.
> Connect terminal X22.4 of the power controller to one of the terminals X1.5 to X 8.5 of the bus
module.
- The power controllers can be switched over individually (targeted) via the bus between master setpoint
and terminal X22.1
3.2 Processing the setpoint Thyro-A
Only local setpoints, no bus setpoint
Analog input at control terminal X2.4 of Thyro-A
> Do not connect anything to terminal X22.1 of the power controller.
- The bus module is fully functional. The analog signal from the control terminal X2.4 is used as setpoint
(on/off).
Setpoint from the bus module (X22.3), no local setpoint
> Connect the ground to terminal X22.1 of the power controller.
- The master setpoint of the bus module is used.
Bus setpoint, switching over to “local” in case of bus fault
Only use the setpoint of the bus module if there is an IO connection.
> Connect terminal X22.1 of the power controller to one of the terminals X1.1 to X8.1 of the bus module.
- If there is an IO connection the master setpoint is used. If there is no IO connection then the analog
signal from the control terminal X2.4 is used as setpoint.
Switching over to bus / local setpoint switchable for each controller in operation
Individual setpoint from the bus module for each power controller.
> Connect terminal X22.1 of the power controller to one of the terminals X1.5 to X8.5 of the bus module.
- The power controllers can be switched over individually (targeted) via the bus between master setpoint
and terminal X2.4.
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3.3 Processing the setpoint Thyro-Step Controller
Only local setpoints, no bus setpoint
Analog input at control terminal X6.1 or X6.4 (depending on X6.7) of the TSC
> Do not connect anything to terminal X2.1 of the power controller.
- The bus module is fully functional. The analog signal from the control terminal X6.1 or X6.4 is used as
setpoint.
Setpoint from the bus module (X22.3), no local setpoint
> Connect the ground to terminal X2.1 of the TSC.
- The master setpoint of the Ethernet bus module is used.
Bus setpoint, switching over to “local” in case of bus fault
Only use the setpoint of the bus module if there is an IO connection.
> Connect terminal X2.1 of the TSC to one of the terminals X1.1 to X8.1 of the bus module.
- If there is an IO connection the master setpoint is used. If there is no IO connection then the analog
setpoint is used.
Switching over to bus / local setpoint value switchable for each controller in operation
Individual setpoint from the bus module for each power controller.
> Connect terminal X2.1 of the power controller to one of the terminals X1.5 to X8.5 of the bus module.
- The power controllers can be switched over individually (targeted) via the bus between master setpoint
and the analog setpoint.
3.4 Freely addressable digital outputs
> As long as the terminals X1.5 to X8.5 of the bus module are not being used for switching over the setpoint, these can be used as switch outputs.
> Connect the relay to a 24 V DC coil voltage for free use. The idle circuit is integrated. The actuating
current is a maximum 120 mA per output. As a result it is possible to switch over, for example, the room
ventilators, anti-condensation heating, circuit breakers or control lamps via the bus.
Relais Control
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4. Installation
DANGER
Dangers during Installation
Risk of injury / Risk of damage to the device or plant
Observe all safety regulations in the chapter “Safety”.
4.1 Connection terminals (overview)
Tab.1 Connecting terminals (overview)
Terminal
X11
X1 - X8
Description
.1
24V (+)
.2
24V (ground)
.3
grounding, carry out as short as possible
.1
jointly switchable ground potential
.2
RxD
.3
TxD
.4
ground
.5
separately switchable ground potential
.6
ground
.7
ground potential for shield connection
Connection diagram see page 30.
4.2 Connecting a 24 V power supply
> Switch off the main power supply including the external 24 V power source and make sure these cannot
be accidentally switched back on again.
> Connect the external 24 V voltage supply (150 mA) to X11.1 (+) and X11.2 (-) (reverse polarity protection).
> Ground the X11.3 terminal by as short a route as possible (for EMC reasons).
REMARK
24 V DC power source
Several bus modules can be operated with one power supply.
> In cases of SELV (safety extra low voltages) do not ground the 24 V power source.
4.3 Connecting the power controller to X1-X8
> Switch off the main power supply including the external 24 V power source and make sure these cannot
be accidentally switched back on again.
> Connect the interfaces X1 to X8 of the bus module to the system interfaces of the power controller
(shielded four-wire cable)
Attention: To control all parameters by ProfiNet we recommend closing the Thyro-A switches S1.3, S1.4,
S1.5 (Thyro-Tool Mode).
4.4 Connecting the Ethernet bus module to the master
The Ethernet bus module has two Ethernet ports which are equipped with a switch functionality which
allows a line topology to be constructed.
A standard patch cable is required for connecting with a switch. For a direct connection (line topology) a
cross-over cable is required.
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5. Settings
5.1 Setting the protocol
The Ethernet bus module supports various real time Ethernet bus systems. The desired system can be
selected using the rotary switch “Protocol”. For ProfiNet this needs to be set to 0.
5.2 Setting the number of slots
The number of devices which are connected to the Ethernet bus module is set with the rotary switch
“Slots”. After switching on, the Ethernet bus module reads all the parameters of the device. Following this
it starts communicating.
Attention: To change the number of slots when switched on, the switch “Slots” must first be turned to 0.
Communication with the master is then interrupted. Following this the desired number can be set. After
leaving the position 0 you have about 2 seconds time for this.
5.3 Setting the device name
Every IO device is identified by its device name. The setting of the device name can be undertaken using,
for example, the program “Step 7 – HW Config” in the menu “Target system / Ethernet / Edit Ethernet
participant…”
Fig. 1 Configuration & LED displays
1 Terminal X1
10 Terminal X11
2 Terminal X2
11 SYS LED
3 Terminal X3
12 COM0 (BF) LED
4 Terminal X4
13 COM1 (SF) LED
5 Terminal X5
14 Fault LED
6 Terminal X6
15 Switch Slots
7 Terminal X7
16 Switch Protocol
8 Terminal X8
9 Ethernet Port
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5.4 Operating display of the bus module
Table 2 Operating display of the bus module
LED
Color
Status
Meaning
SYS
Green
On
Operating system running
Red
Flashing with 1Hz
Error in boot process
Red
On
Waiting for boot process (check position of
“Protocol” switch)
Off
No supply voltage
Red
On
No physical connection
Red
Flashing with 2Hz
No data exchange
Off
The device is exchanging data with the ProfiNet IO
Controller
Watchdog time out or system error
COM0 (BF)
COM1 (SF)
Red
On
Off
No error
Fault
Red
On
Hardware error
Operating status of the Ethernet bus module
LED
Color
Status
Meaning
Link
Green
On
There is an Ethernet connection
Activity
Yellow
On
Data are being exchanged via Ethernet
Status LED of the Ethernet Ports
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6. Operation
6.1 Start configuration (parameterization)
Via the parameterization (in step 7 – HW Config, double-click on slot 0 of the bus module, parameter tab)
the following settings can be undertaken.
No connection (slot 1-8):
Here you can set what should happen with the output data of the devices if the connection to the master
is interrupted.
Hold last values
The output data are not changed.
Outputs = 0
The output data are set to 0
No connection (slot 9):
Here you can set what should happen with the output data of the bus module if the connection to the
master is interrupted.
Hold last value
The digital outputs are not changed.
Outputs = 0
The digital outputs are set to 0.
Averaging of the measured values:
Here you can enter the number of actual values which flow into the averaging. A new value is calculated
once a second. Values from 0-20 can be entered, whereby 0 or 1 deactivates this function.
Remove device when it is switched off:
Not all devices are equipped with a 24 V supply connection. When switching off the Thyro mains supply
and the control voltage supply (24V) the Thyro no longer communicates with the bus modules. A switched
off device will normally be displayed as pull. This display can be suppressed here.
Deactivate
Devices which are no longer accessible (no communication) will continue to
be displayed as plug.
Activate
Devices which are no longer accessible will be displayed as pull.
Use output data:
The suppression of certain output data can be activated here.
Always
New output data are transferred immediately.
Only when Bit is set
New output data are only transferred, if the Bit 0 is set in the output
“Functions”
6.2 Cyclical data transmission (configuration)
The configuration of the cyclical data traffic is undertaken by adding modules.
The input and output data depend on the device types. The following tables show the input and output
data available for each of the devices.
6.3 Input and output data Thyro-S
With the Thyro-S the setpoint is interpreted as operating mode.
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Tab. 3 Interpretation of the master setpoint with Thyro-S
Setpoint (Master)
Status (return value)
(Total setpoint)
0 to 409
= OFF
0=
410 to 1091
1/5
819
1092 to 1706
= 1/3
1365 =
1707 to 3071
1/2
2047
3072 to 4096
= ON
4096
Tab. 4 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-S ..H1
Offset
Input data, actual values
Data type
Size
Unit
[V]
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
4
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
6
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
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Fault (see table 5b)
integer
2
-
10
Status (see table 5b)
integer
2
-
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
float
4
[V]
Offset
0
Output data, setpoint
Master Setpoint
Tab. 5 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-S ..HRL1
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
Load voltage L1
4
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
8
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
10
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
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Fault (see table 5b)
integer
2
-
14
Status (see table 5b)
integer
2
-
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Offset
0
Output data, setpoint
Master setpoint
Tab. 5b Thyro-S Faults
Description
Bit
Frequency measurement outside of 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Bit 0
LEDs
Test LED flashing slowly
Relay
open
SYNC error, no zero-crossing within the gate
Bit 1
Test LED flashing slowly
open
Temperature monitoring triggered
Bit 2
Load Fault flashing slowly
open
Load fault
Bit 3
Load Fault on
open
Flash values invalid
Bit 4
Test LED and Load Fault LED
flashing simultaneously quickly
open
Mains undervoltage (<AD_P_SPG_MIN)
Bit 5
Load Fault LED and Test LED on
open
Mains overvoltage (>AD_P_SPG_MAX)
Bit 6
None
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closed
Tab. 5b Thyro-S Status
Description
Bit
LEDs
Relay
Pulse inhib active
Bit 0
none
open
(bridge X2.1-X2.2 open)
Bit 0
none
open
Mains frequency is 60Hz
Bit 2
none
open
Relay status
Bit 8
none
open
(0=relay off / 1=relay on)
Bit 8
none
open
Device switched off
Bit 9
--
closed
Wrong device
Bit 10
--
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Bus module active
(0=no bus module / 1=bus module active)
Bit 11
none
----
Thyristor short-circuit
Bit 14
Test LED and Load Fault LED
flashing alternately slowly
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6.4 Input and output data Thyro-A
Tab. 6 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...H1
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage L1
Input data, actual values
float
4
[V]
4
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
6
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
8
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
10
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
12
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
14
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
float
4
[V]
0
Master setpoint
Tab. 7 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...HRL1
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
Load voltage L1
4
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
8
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
10
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
12
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
14
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
16
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
18
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
0
Master setpoint
16
Tab. 8 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...HRLP1
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
[V]
4
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
8
Power L1
float
4
[W]
12
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
14
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
16
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
18
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
20
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
22
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Input data, actual values
Master setpoint
Tab. 9 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 2A...H1
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
[V]
4
Load voltage L3
float
4
[V]
8
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
10
Mains voltage L3
integer
2
[V]
12
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
14
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
16
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
18
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
0
Master setpoint
Tab. 10 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 2A...HRL1
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage L1
Input data, actual values
float
4
[V]
4
Load voltage L3
float
4
[V]
8
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
12
Load current L2
float
4
[A]
16
Load current L3
float
4
[A]
20
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
22
Mains voltage L3
integer
2
[V]
24
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
26
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
28
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
30
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
0
Master setpoint
17
Tab. 11 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 2A...HRLP1
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
[V]
4
Load voltage L3
float
4
[V]
8
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
12
Load current L2
float
4
[A]
16
Load current L3
float
4
[A]
20
Power L1
float
4
[W]
24
Power L3
float
4
[W]
28
Total power
float
4
[W]
32
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
34
Mains voltage L3
integer
2
[V]
36
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
38
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
40
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
42
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Input data, actual values
Master setpoint
Tab. 12 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 3A...H1
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
[V]
4
Load voltage L2
float
4
[V]
8
Load voltage L3
float
4
[V]
12
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
14
Mains voltage L2
integer
2
[V]
16
Mains voltage L3
integer
2
[V]
18
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
20
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
22
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
24
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
26
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
0
Master setpoint
18
Tab. 13 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 3A...HRL1
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
[V]
4
Load voltage L2
float
4
[V]
8
Load voltage L3
float
4
[V]
12
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
16
Load current L2
float
4
[A]
20
Load current L3
float
4
[A]
24
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
26
Mains voltage L2
integer
2
[V]
28
Mains voltage L3
integer
2
[V]
30
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
32
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
34
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
36
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
38
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
0
Input data, actual values
Master setpoint
Tab. 14 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 3A...HRLP1
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage L1
Input data, actual values
float
4
[V]
4
Load voltage L2
float
4
[V]
8
Load voltage L3
float
4
[V]
12
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
16
Load current L2
float
4
[A]
20
Load current L3
float
4
[A]
24
Power L1
float
4
[W]
28
Power L2
float
4
[W]
32
Power L3
float
4
[W]
36
Total power
float
4
[W]
40
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
42
Mains voltage L2
integer
2
[V]
44
Mains voltage L3
integer
2
[V]
46
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
48
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
50
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
52
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
54
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
0
Master setpoint
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Tab. 14a Thyro-A Fault
Description
Bit
LEDs
Relay
Frequency measurement outside of 47Hz to 63Hz
Bit 0
Pulse Inhibit LED flashing slowly
open
SYNC error, no cero crossing within the gate
Bit 1
Pulse Inhibit LED flashing slowly
open
Temperature monitoring triggered
Bit 2
Load Fault LED flashing slowly
open
Load fault
Bit 3
Load fault LED on
open
Flash values invalid
Bit 4
Pulse Inhibit LED and Load
Fault LED flashing simultaneously qickly
open
Mains undervoltage (<AD_P_SPG_MIN)
Bit 5
Pulse Inhibit LED, Load Fault
LED and test LED on
open
Mains overvoltage (>AD_P_SPG_MAX)
Bit 6
none
open
Master / slave fault (only with2A)
Bit 8
none
closed
Undervoltage limit
Bit 9
none
closed
Overvoltage limit
Bit 10
none
closed
Undercurrent limit
Bit 11
none
closed
Overcurrent limit
Bit 12
none
closed
Low power limit
Bit 13
none
closed
High power limit
Bit 14
none
closed
Tab. 14b Thyro-A Status
Description
Bit
LEDs
Relay
Pulse inhib active (bridge X2.1-X2.2 open)
Bit 0
Pulse Inhibit LED on
closed
Mains frequency is 60Hz
Bit 2
none
closed
U-limiting
Bit 4
Pulse Inhibit LED and Load
Fault LED flashing alternately
slowly
closed
I-limiting
Bit 5
Pulse Inhibit LED and Load
Fault LED flashing alternately
slowly
closed
P-limiting
Bit 6
Pulse Inhibit LED and Load
Fault LED flashing alternately
slowly
closed
Relay status
Bit 8
none
on/off
(0=relay off / 1=relay on)
Bit 8
none
on/off
Device switched off
Bit 9
--
--
Wrong device
Bit 10
--
--
Bus module active
(0=no bus module / 1=bus module active)
Bit 11
only with Thyro-S
-----
Thyristor short-circuit
Bit 14
only with Thyro-S
Failure rotating field / phase
Bit 15
none
closed
----
(only Thyro 2A or 3A)
Bit 15
Pulse Inhibit LED and Test LED
flashing simultaneously slowly
closed
Overcurrent limit
Bit 12
none
closed
Low power limit
Bit 13
none
closed
High power limit
Bit 14
none
closed
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Tab. 15 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...C01
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
[V]
4
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
8
Power L1
float
4
[W]
12
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
14
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
16
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
18
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
20
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
22
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Input data, actual values
Master setpoint
Tab. 16 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...C02
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
Load voltage phase 1
float
4
[V]
4
Load current phase 1
float
4
[A]
8
Load current phase 2
float
4
[A]
12
Total load current
float
4
[A]
16
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
18
Switch-on angle alpha phase 1
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
20
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
22
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
24
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
[V]
0
Master setpoint
Tab. 17 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...C03
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
4
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
8
Power L1
float
4
[W]
12
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
14
Switch-on time TS
integer
2
[period]
16
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
18
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
20
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
22
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Offset
0
Output data, setpoint values
Master setpoint
21
Tab. 18 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...C05
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Load voltage phase 1
float
4
[V]
4
Load current phase 1
float
4
[A]
8
Load current phase 2
float
4
[A]
12
Total load current
float
4
[A]
16
Power phase 1
float
4
[W]
20
Power phase 2
float
4
[W]
24
Total power
float
4
[W]
28
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
30
Switch-on angle alpha phase 1
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
32
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
34
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
36
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Input data, actual values
Master setpoint
Tab. 19 Cyclic input and output data with Thyro-A 1A...C07
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
Load voltage L1
float
4
[V]
4
Load current L1
float
4
[A]
8
Power L1
float
4
[W]
12
Mains voltage L1
integer
2
[V]
14
Load temperature
integer
2
[°C]
16
Switch-on angle alpha
integer
2
[0.01 °el]
18
Total setpoint
integer
2
4096=100%
20
Fault (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
22
Status (see table 14b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
0
Master setpoint
Supported operating modes TPM; TSC; TMU
With the Thyro-Power Manager, Thyro-Step Controller and Thyro-Measurement Unit the input and output
data are depend on the operating mode. The following table shows which operating mode the devices
support.
Tab. 20 Supported operating modes
TPM
automatic
TSC
TIO
TMU
manual
Thyro-Power Manager
X
X
X
X
X
Thyro-Step Controller
-
-
X
X
X
Thyro-Measurement Unit
-
-
-
X
X
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6.5 Input and output data Thyro-Power Manager
Tab. 21 Cyclic input and output data TPM automatic mode
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
AC input 1
Input data, actual values
float
4
[A],[V]
4
AC input 2
float
4
[A],[V]
8
AC input 3
float
4
[A],[V]
12
Power
float
4
[W]
16
Energy
float
4
[kWh]
20
DC input 1
integer
2
4096=100%
22
DC input 2
integer
2
4096=100%
24
DC input 3
integer
2
4096=100%
26
Mains voltage
integer
2
[V]
28
Period duration
integer
2
[μs]
30
Temperature
integer
2
[°C]
32
Fault (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
34
Status (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
Data type
Size
Unit
Tab. 22 Cyclic input and output data TPM manual mode
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
AC input 1
float
4
[A],[V]
4
AC input 2
float
4
[A],[V]
8
AC input 3
float
4
[A],[V]
12
Power
float
4
[W]
16
Energy
float
4
[kWh]
20
DC input 1
integer
2
4096=100%
22
DC input 2
integer
2
4096=100%
24
DC input 3
integer
2
4096=100%
26
Mains voltage
integer
2
[V]
28
Period duration
integer
2
[μs]
30
Temperature
integer
2
[°C]
32
Fault (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
34
Status (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
23
6.6 Input and output data Thyro-Step Controller
Tab. 23 Cyclic input and output data TSC mode
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
AC input 1
Input data, actual values
float
4
[A],[V]
4
AC input 2
float
4
[A],[V]
8
AC input 3
float
4
[A],[V]
12
Power
float
4
[W]
16
Energy
float
4
[kWh]
20
DC input 1
integer
2
4096=100%
22
DC input 2
integer
2
4096=100%
24
DC input 3
integer
2
4096=100%
26
Mains voltage
integer
2
[V]
28
Period duration
integer
2
[μs]
30
Temperature
integer
2
[°C]
32
Fault (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
34
Status (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
36
Analog output 4
integer
2
4096=100%
38
Steps
integer
2
-
40
Total setpoint
Integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
integer
2
4096=100%
Data type
Size
Unit
Offset
0
Output data, setpoint
Master setpoint
6.7 Input and output data Thyro Input/Output Unit
Tab. 24 Cyclic input and output data TIO mode
Offset
Input data, actual values
0
AC input 1
float
4
[A],[V]
4
AC input 2
float
4
[A],[V]
8
AC input 3
float
4
[A],[V]
12
Power
float
4
[W]
16
Energy
float
4
[kWh]
20
DC input 1
integer
2
4096=100%
22
DC input 2
integer
2
4096=100%
24
DC input 3
integer
2
4096=100%
26
Mains voltage
integer
2
[V]
28
Period duration
integer
2
[μs]
30
Temperature
integer
2
[°C]
32
Fault (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
34
Status (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
Offset
Output data, setpoint
Data type
Size
Unit
0
Digital output
integer
2
-
2
Analog output 1
integer
2
4096=100%
4
Analog output 2
integer
2
4096=100%
6
Analog output 3
integer
2
4096=100%
8
Analog output 4
integer
2
4096=100%
10
Analog output 5
integer
2
4096=100%
12
Analog output 6
integer
2
4096=100%
24
6.8 Input and output data Thyro-Measurement Unit
Tab. 25 Cyclic input and output data TMU mode
Offset
Data type
Size
Unit
0
AC input 1
Input data, actual values
float
4
[A],[V]
4
AC input 2
float
4
[A],[V]
8
AC input 3
float
4
[A],[V]
12
Power
float
4
[W]
16
Energy
float
4
[kWh]
20
DC input 1
integer
2
4096=100%
22
DC input 2
integer
2
4096=100%
24
DC input 3
integer
2
4096=100%
26
Mains voltage
integer
2
[V]
28
Period duration
integer
2
[μs]
30
Temperature
integer
2
[°C]
32
Fault (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
34
Status (see table 25b)
integer
2
-
Tab. 25b Status TPM, TSC, TIO, TMU
Description
Bit
Frequency measurement outside of 47Hz to 63Hz
Bit 0
Fault LED, fault output*
on
SYNC error, no cero crossing within the gate
Bit 1
on
Temperature max. limit has been exceeded
Bit 2
on
Temperature min. limit has been exceeded
Bit 3
on
One or more parameters outside the limits
Bit 4
on
Mains voltage lower than lower voltage limit
Bit 5
on
Tab. 25b Fault TPM, TSC, TIO, TMU
Description
Bit
Alarm LED, alarm output*
Mains frequency is 60Hz
Bit 2
off
Transformer 1 fallen below min. limit
Bit 3
on
Transformer 1 exceeded max. limit
Bit 4
on
Transformer 2 fallen below min. limit
Bit 5
on
Transformer 2 exceeded max. limit
Bit 6
on
Transformer 3 fallen below min. limit
Bit 7
on
Transformer 3 exceeded max. limit
Bit 8
on
Device switched off
Bit 9
--
Wrong device
Bit 10
--
Bus module active (0=no bus module / 1=bus module
active)
Bit 11
off
* Default setting can be parameterized.
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6.9 Acyclic data transmission (parameterization)
Via the acyclic parameter data transmission, parameters of the devices can be changed or selected.
Cyclical and acyclical services can be used in the network simultaneously.
Read data record “RDREC”:
For reading access to a data record, the slot, index and length of the data record must be entered. At step
7 and when using the SFB 52 the Logical Address of the slot is to be entered instead of the slot. As such
the device at slot X1 is to be activated as the device at slot 1.
Error code
Meaning
DE80B000
The unit does not recognize the parameter (invalid index)
DE80B100
The length entry of the parameter is incorrect
DE80B200
The projected slot is not occupied
DE80B300
The actual unit type does not match the set unit type
Write data record “WRREC”:
For writing access to a data record, the slot, index, length of the data record and the new value must be
entered. At step 7 and when using the SFB 53 the Logical Address of the slot is to be entered instead of
the slot.
Error code
Meaning
DF80B000
The unit does not recognize the parameter (invalid index)
DF80B100
The length entry of the parameter is incorrect
DF80B200
The projected slot is not occupied
DF80B300
The actual unit type does not match the set unit type
DF80B600
The parameter cannot be changed
DF80B700
Invalid range of values of a parameter
You will find the parameter tables (acyclic) of each of the device types in Appendix 17 (A).
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7. External connections
7.1 Power supply
+24V to X11, current consumption approx. 150mA
bridge (contact)
Thyro-S: see chapter 3.1
Thyro-a: see chapter 3.2
TPM: see chapter 3.3
X1 - X8 to the power controllers
supply
24V DC (approx. 150mA)
The foregoing circuit diagram shows the connection of the bus module
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7.2 Operating elements and terminal blocks
This chapter describes the available terminal blocks, plug connectors and operating elements.
Configuration of the 7 pin connector of slots X1 to X8:
1
Switched ground potential. All pins 1 of slots X1 – X8 are connected.
2
RxD
3
TxD
4
Ground
5
Switchable ground potential. The slots X1 – X8 can be switched as desired.
6
Ground
7
Ground potential for shield connection
Configuration of the 3 pin connector X11:
X11:
+24V
X11:
24V - ground
X11:
Grounding, carry out by as short a route as possible.
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8. Interfaces
8.1 System interface
The bus module is connected with the relevant system interfaces of the power controllers via X1 to X8
(four-wire, 2x2 twisted, shared shielding).
The transmission rate is 38,400 Bd.
The asynchronous characters are transferred with 8bit, no parity, one stop bit. The protocol begins with
STX, followed by an identifier, the data, and is concluded with a check sum. Defective protocols are
ignored.
8.2 Ethernet interfaces
Communication medium
Network topology
Maximum cable length
ProfiNET-participants
PNO identification number0x0188
Device ID
Transmission rate
CAT 5e
tree, star and line
100m
restricted to the maximum supported number of devices by the controller used
0x0001
100 Mbit/s
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9. Connection diagrams Thyro-A
Fig. 2 Connection diagram Thyro-A
bus setpoint is
active
analog input is
active
setpoint
*blank
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
analog input
analog input
analog input
setpoint 1
group switching
setpoint 2
setpoint 8
bus setpoint/analog input
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
analog input
analog input
analog input
setpoint 1
selective switching
setpoint 2
bus setpoint/analog input
30
setpoint 8
10. Connection diagrams Thyro-S
Fig. 3 Connection diagram Thyro-S
bus setpoint is
active
analog input is
active
setpoint
*blank
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
analog input
analog input
analog input
setpoint 1
setpoint 2
setpoint 8
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
group switching
bus setpoint/analog input
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
analog input
analog input
analog input
setpoint 1
setpoint 2
setpoint 8
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
selective switching
bus setpoint/analog input
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11. Connection diagrams TSC
Fig. 4 Connection diagram TSC
bus setpoint is
active
analog input is
active
setpoint
*blank
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
analog input
analog input
analog input
setpoint 1
group switching
setpoint 2
setpoint 8
bus setpoint/analog input
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
bus setpoint/
analog input
analog input
analog input
setpoint 1
selective switching
setpoint 2
bus setpoint/analog input
32
setpoint 8
12. Specific notes
12.1 Installation
The bus modules can be installed in any desired order.
12.2 Service
The devices supplied have been produced in accordance with the quality standard ISO 9001. Should there
be faults in spite of this, our 24 hour service hotline is on hand, tel.: +49 (0)2902 763-100.
13. Technical Data
Power supply
Connection options for
Function control
Assembly
Ambient temperature
Dimensions (WxDxH):
Weight circa:
24V DC 150mA
up to 8 AEG power controllers of series Thyro-S, Thyro-A and the TPM
series
LED
DIN rail
maximum 55°C
150 x 60 x 95 mm
0.35 kg
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14. Dimension drawings
55 mm height
incl. cover
15. Accessories and options
Ready-made bus module-side shielded cable.
A set of cable consists of 4 connection cables for connecting 4 power controllers.
Order number 2000 000 848
Bus module connection cable for 4 controllers, 2.5 m long
Order number 2000 000 849
Bus module connection cable for 4 controllers, 1.5 m long
16. Approvals and conformity
-
Quality standard in acc. with EN ISO 9001
CE conformity
ProfiNet conformity
RoHS compliant 5/6
- Directives
The CE mark on the device confirms compliance with the EC directives 2006 / 95 / EEC for low voltage
and 2004 / 108 / EEC for electromagnetic compatibility if the instructions on installation and commissioning described in the operating instructions are followed.
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In detail
ProfiNet
IEC 61158
IEC 61784
Built-in device (VDE0160)
EN 50 178
Storage temperature (D)
-25°C - +55°C
Transport temperature
-25°C - +70°C
Operating temperature (better B)
-10°C - +55°C
Humidity class
B
EN 50 178 tab. 7 (EN 60 721)
Degree of contamination
2
EN 50 178 tab. 2
IP00
EN 69 529
Air pressure
900mbar * 1000m above sea level
Degree of protection
EMC-testing
EN 61000-6-2 (-4)
Emitted interference
CISPR 16
Radiated immunity
EN/IEC 61000-4-3
Conducted immunity
EN/IEC 61000-4-6
ESD
8kV (A)
EN/IEC 61000-4-2
Burst control lines
1kV (A)
EN 61000-4-4
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17. Appendix A
1. Acyclic parameter table Thyro-S; Thyro-A; -C01; -C02; -C03; -C05
Table A: Thyro-S.., Thyro-A.., Thyro-A-C01; -C02; -C03; -C05 controller parameters slot 1-8
Controller parameter
Index
Symbol
Name
Data type
Value range
1
I_TYP
Controller type current
u16
0…
2
U_TYP
Controller supply voltage
u16
0…1000
3
P_TYP
Controller type output power
u32
0…
6
BETR
Operating mode
u16
0…3
7
AN1
Phase angle of 1st half wave
u16
0…180
Combo-opt.
Reserved, TAKT, VAR, QTM
8
SST
Soft start duration (given)
u16
0…1000
9
SDN
Soft stop duration (given)
u16
0…1000
10
T0
Cycle period duration
u16
0…1000
11
MP
Minimum interval
u16
0…10
12
TSMAX
Maximum cycle turn on time
u16
1…T0
13
TSMIN
Minimum cycle turn on time
u16
0…T0
14
V_IE
Front pulse stop
u16
0…180
15
H_IE
Back pulse stop
u16
0…180
16
RE
Control (analog output value)
u16
0…8
17
TI_1
PI controller, I part
u16
0= aus 0…65535
18
KP_1
PI controller, P part
u16
0= aus 0…65535
19
KR_1
PI controller, counter P part
u16
0…65535
20
V_IE_2
Front pulse stop phase 2
u16
0…180
21
UEMA
Effective voltage setpoint maximum
u16
0…
22
IEMA
Effective current setpoint maximum
u16
0…
23
PMA
Power setpoint maximum
u32
0…
24
SW_ENABLE
Setpoint activation
u16
0…3
27
SW_REGLER
Setpoint x2.4
u16
0…4096
28
OF_1
Actual value output offset 1
u16
0…4096
29
FA_1
Scale end value actual value output 1
u16
0…4096
30
SPG_MIN
Mains voltage monitoring min.
u16
0…1000
31
SPG_MAX
Mains voltage monitoring max.
u16
0…1000
32
UN_S
Undercurrent monitoring
u16
0…1
on, off
33
RELAIS_CTRL_2
Relay configuration 2
u16
0…65535
bit coded
34
LASTBRUCH_MIN_ABS Load fault, minimum value
u16
0…4505
36
SYNC_ADR
Synchro cycle address
u16
0…65535
37
IMAB
Pulse switch-off in case of failure
u16
0…65535
38
STA_RE
Control start controller analog setpoint
u16
0…65535
39
STE_RE
Control end controller analog setpoint
u16
0…65535
Configuration 3A
u16
40
Uload2, Uload eff, Iload2, Iload eff, reserved, real power,
reserved, reserved, without regulation
Bit0=1 setpoint x2.4 active, Bit1=1 setpoint
master active
bit coded
bit coded
41
MOSI_FA
Peak current value limit
u16
0…4096
42
DAC_1_CTRL
Analog output configuration 1
u16
0…10
44
VERS_T
Version day
u16
1…31
45
VERS_M
Version month
u16
1…12
46
VERS_J
Version year
u16
0…9999
Controller inhibit
u16
0…1
on, off
Relay configuration 1
u16
0…65535
bit coded
off, save
48
49
RELAIS_CTRL
50
56
MITTEL
Save
u16
0…1
Averaging analog output 1
u16
0…65535
84
TEMP
Temperature
u16
-50…150
109
MITTEL_2
Averaging analog output 2
u16
0…65535
110
OF_2
Actual value output offset 2
u16
0…4096
111
FA_2
Scale end value actual value output 2
u16
0…4096
112
DAC_2_CTRL
Analog output configuration 2
u16
0…10
115
MITTEL_3
Averaging analog output 3
u16
0…65535
116
OF_3
Actual value output offset 3
u16
0…4096
117
FA_3
Scale end value actual value output 3
u16
0…4096
118
DAC_3_CTRL
Analog output configuration 3
u16
0…10
119
U_MIN
Voltage limit minimum
u16
0…65535
120
U_MAX
Voltage limit maximum
u16
0…65535
121
I_MIN
Current limit minimum
u16
0…65535
122
I_MAX
Current limit maximum
u16
0…65535
123
P_MIN
Power limit minimum
u32
0…
124
P_MAX
Power limit maximum
u32
0…
36
1S
1A
2A
3A
1A
R/W
H1
HRL1
H1
HRL1
HRLP
H1
HRL1
HRLP
H1
HRL1
HRLP
C01
C02
C03
C05
Default
Unit
A
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
type
V
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
type
W
r
x
x
x
x
type
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
˚el
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
period
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
period
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
period
r/w*
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
period
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
period
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
period
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
˚el
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
˚el
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
period
r/w
0.1 V
r/w *
0.1 A
r/w *
W
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Index
1
2
H RLP1
3
TAKT
S1.1-2
6
60˚el
R201
7
x
6 period
R201
8
x
6 period
50 period
R201
10
x
3 period
R201
11
x
50 period
12
x
0 period
13
x
180˚el
14
x
x
0˚el
x
x
x
Uload²
x
x
x
x
20
17
x
x
x
x
60
18
x
x
x
x
10
x
x
x
Note
9
15
S1.3-5 power only with H RLP1
16
19
x
20
x
x
x
x
x
x
440V
R 202 **
21
x
x
x
x
x
x
110A
R 203
22
x
x
x
x
0
R 202 **
23
0
x
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
4096=100%
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
20/4096mA
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
0mA
S1.9
28
1/819
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1
R 204
29
V
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
type
V
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
type
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
off
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
0
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
0%
r/w *
r/w
24
27
30
31
R 205
32
R 205
34
33
100/4096%
r/w *
period /2
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
0
20/4096mA
r/w *
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
0mA
20/4096mA
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
20mA
39
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
type
41
6
r/w
r/w
x
r/w
x
x
x
x
100
36
37
S1.6
38
40
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
44
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
45
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
off
48
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
447
49
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
off
50
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
100
56
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
109
r/w
r/w
x
x
x
r/w
°C
x
x
r
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
42
46
84
r/w
x
x
100
20/4096mA
r/w
x
x
0mA
S1.9
110
1/819
r/w
x
x
1
R 204
111
r/w
x
x
6
112
r/w
x
x
100
115
20/4096mA
r/w
x
x
0mA
S1.9
116
1/819
r/w
x
x
1
R 204
117
x
x
6
0.1 V
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
119
0.1 V
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
120
0.1 A
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
121
0.1 A
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
122
W
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
123
W
r/w
x
x
x
x
x
124
r/w
37
118
2. Acyclic parameter table Thyro-C07
Table B: Thyro-C07 controller parameters slot 1-8
Name
Index
Controller parameter
Symbol
Data
Value
type
range
1
I_TYP
Controller type current
u16
0…
2
3
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
U_TYP
P_TYP
BETR
AN1
SST
SDN
T0
MP
TSMAX
TSMIN
V_IE
Controller supply voltage
Controller type output power
Operating mode
Phase angle of 1st half wave
Soft stop duration (given)
Cycle period duration
Minimum interval
Maximum cycle turn on time
Minimum cycle turn on time
Front pulse stop
u16
u32
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
0…1000
0…
0…3
0…180
0…1000
0…1000
0…1000
0…10
1…T0
0…T0
0…180
15
16
H_IE
RE
Back pulse stop
Control (analog output value)
u16
u16
0…180
0…9
17
TI_1
PI controller, I part
u16
0= aus
18
KP_1
PI controller, P part
u16
0…65535
0= aus
19
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
KR_1
PI controller, counter P part
Temperature coefficient of the heating tape
UEMA
Effective voltage setpoint maximum
IEMA
Effective current setpoint maximum
PMA
Power setpoint maximum
SW_ENABLE
Setpoint activation
SW_REGLER
Setpoint x2.4
OF_1
Actual value output offset 1
FA_1
Scale end value actual value output 1
SPG_MIN
Mains voltage monitoring min.
SPG_MAX
Mains voltage monitoring max.
UN_S
Undercurrent monitoring
RELAIS_CTRL_2
Relay configuration 2
LASTBRUCH_MIN_ Load fault, minimum value
u16
u16
u16
u16
u32
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
0…65535
0…65535
0…65535
0…
0…
0…
0…3
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…1000
0…1000
0…1
0…65535
0…4505
Synchro cycle address
Pulse switch-off in case of failure
Control start controller analog setpoint
Control end controller analog setpoint
Peak current value limit
Analog output configuration 1
Version day
Version month
Version year
Controller inhibit
Relay configuration 1
Save
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
0…65535
0…65535
0…65535
0…65535
0…4096
0…11
1…31
1…12
0…9999
0…1
0…65535
0…1
Averaging analog output 1
Temperature
Averaging analog output 2
Actual value output offset 2
Scale end value actual value output 2
Analog output configuration 2
Averaging analog output 3
Actual value output offset 3
Scale end value actual value output 3
Analog output configuration 3
Voltage limit minimum
Voltage limit maximum
Current limit minimum
Current limit maximum
Power limit minimum
Power limit maximum
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u32
u32
0…65535
-50…150
0…65535
0…4096
0…4096
0…11
0…65535
0…4096
0…4096
0…11
0…65535
0…65535
0…65535
0…65535
0…
0…
Combo-opt.
reserved, TAKT, VAR, QTM
Uload2, Uload eff, Iload2, Iload eff, reserved, real power,
reserved, reserved, without regulation, temperature
36
37
38
39
41
42
44
45
46
48
49
50
56
84
109
110
111
112
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
ABS
SYNC_ADR
IMAB
STA_RE
STE_RE
MOSI_FA
DAC_1_CTRL
VERS_T
VERS_M
VERS_J
RELAIS_CTRL
MITTEL
TEMP
MITTEL_2
OF_2
FA_2
DAC_2_CTRL
MITTEL_3
OF_3
FA_3
DAC_3_CTRL
U_MIN
U_MAX
I_MIN
I_MAX
P_MIN
P_MAX
38
bit0=1 setpoint x2.4 active, bit1=1 setpoint master active
off, on
bit coded
bit coded
off, on
bit coded
off, save
unit
R/W
Default
A
r
type
V
W
r
r
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w
r/w*
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w
type
type
TAKT
60°el
6 period
50 period
3 period
50 period
0 period
180°el
r/w
r/w *
0°el
Uload2
r/w
20
17
r/w
60
18
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r
r
r/w *
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w
r/w *
10
19
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
°el
period
period
period
period
period
°el
°el
Note
Index
1
2
3
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
H RLP1
S1.1-2
R201
R201
R201
15
S1.3-5 power only with 16
H RLP1
0.1V
0.1A
W
4096=100%
20/4096mA
1/819
V
V
100/4096%
period/2
20/4096mA
20/4096mA
°C
20/4096mA
1/819
20/4096mA
1/819
0.1V
0.1V
0.1A
0.1A
W
W
440V
110A
0
0
R202**
R203
R202**
0mA
1
type
type
off
0
0%
S1.9
R204
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w
r
r
r
r/w
r/w
r/w
100
0
0mA
20mA
type
6
r/w
r
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
100
R205
R205
36
37
38
39
41
42
44
45
46
48
49
50
S1.6
off
447
off
100
0mA
1
6
100
0mA
1
6
56
84
109
110
111
112
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
S1.9
R204
S1.9
R204
39
3. Acyclic parameter table Thyro-Power Manager
Table C: TPM parameters slot 1-8
Index
Controller parameter
Symbol
Name
Value
type
range
1...65535
1...65535
1...65535
0...65535
1…260
1…1500
2…10
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…T0
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
39
40
41
W1_TYP
W2_TYP
W3_TYP
W_CTRL
U_TYP
T0
ANZ
T01
T02
T03
T04
T05
T06
T07
T08
T09
T10
DAC1_OF
DAC1_FA
DAC1_CTRL
Number
1st time / phase 1
2nd time / phase 2
3rd time / phase 3
4th time / phase 4
5th time / phase 5
6th time / phase 6
7th time / phase 7
8th time / phase 8
9th time / phase 9
10th time / phase 10
Offset 1
Scale end value 1
Output value 1
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
42
43
44
DAC2_OF
DAC2_FA
DAC2_CTRL
Offset 2
Scale end value 2
Output value 2
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
45
46
47
DAC3_OF
DAC3_FA
DAC3_CTRL
Offset 3
Scale end value 3
Output value 3
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
48
49
50
DAC4_OF
DAC4_FA
DAC4_CTRL
Offset 4
Scale end value 4
Output value 4
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
51
52
53
DAC5_OF
DAC5_FA
DAC5_CTRL
Offset 5
Scale end value 5
Output value 5
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
54
55
56
DAC6_OF
DAC6_FA
DAC6_CTRL
Offset 6
Scale end value 6
Output value 6
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
76
99
105
106
107
108
109
110
121
123
124
126
127
DAC_MITTEL
SPG_MIN
SPG_MAX
W1_MAX
W2_MAX
W3_MAX
WA_CTRL
Average
Lower limit mains voltage
Upper limit mains voltage
Limit transformer 1
Limit transformer 2
Limit transformer 3
Monitoring mode transformer
Fault output
Alarm output
Firmware version day
Firmware version month
Firmware version year
Save
Operating hours
Limiting value temperature
Energy
Analog output 1
Analog output 2
Analog output 3
Analog output 4
Analog output 5
Analog output 6
Device number
Serial number
PCB number
Frequency limit
Frequency tolerance
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
f32
u16
f32
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u32
u16
u32
u16
u16
1…65535
0…5120
0…5120
0…8192
0…8192
0…8192
0...65535
0...65535
0...65535
1…31
1…12
0…9999
0…1
0…
0…255
0…
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…
0…
0…
100…2500
1…25
Vers_D
Vers_M
Vers_Y
TEMP_MAX
F_MIN_MAX
F_TOL
Type value transformer 1
Type value transformer 2
Type value transformer 3
Transformer setting
Type value U mains
Data
40
Combo-opt.
bit coded
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
bit coded
bit coded
bit coded
off, save
Unit
R/W
Default
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
100
100
100
8
230
50
10
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
0
819
1
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
2
42
43
44
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
3
45
46
47
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
4
48
49
50
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
9
51
52
53
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
16
54
55
56
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w
r
r
r
r/w
r
r/w
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r/w
r/w
100
3473
4541
5118
5118
5118
16399
127
504
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
76
99
105
106
107
108
109
110
121
123
124
126
127
4096=10V
1/819
h
°C
kWh
%
Note
Index
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
39
40
41
R309
S2
R310
R310
R310
0
80
1709
9
41
4. Acyclic parameter table Thyro-Step Controller
Table D: TSC parameters slot 1-8
Index
Controller parameter
Symbol
Name
Data
Value range
Combo-opt.
type
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
27
31
32
37
38
39
40
41
W1_TYP
W2_TYP
W3_TYP
W_CTRL
U_TYP
T0
ANZ
S01
S02
S03
S04
S05
S06
S07
S08
S09
S10
Type value transformer 1
Type value transformer 2
Type value transformer 3
Transformer setting
Type value U network
DAC1_OF
DAC1_FA
DAC1_CTRL
Number
1st phase
2nd phase
3rd phase
4th phase
5th phase
6th phase
7th phase
8th phase
9th phase
10th phase
Setpoint activation 1
Control start setpoint 1
Control stop setpoint 1
Control start setpoint 2
Control stop setpoint 2
Offset 1
Scale end value 1
Output value 1
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
1...65535
1...65535
1...65535
0...65535
1…260
1…1500
1…11
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
1…32768
0…3
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
42
43
44
DAC2_OF
DAC2_FA
DAC2_CTRL
Offset 2
Scale end value 2
Output value 2
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
45
46
47
DAC3_OF
DAC3_FA
DAC3_CTRL
Offset 3
Scale end value 3
Output value 3
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
48
49
50
DAC4_OF
DAC4_FA
DAC4_CTRL
Offset 4
Scale end value 4
Output value 4
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
51
DAC5_OF
Offset 5
u16
0…4095
52
53
DAC5_FA
DAC5_CTRL
Scale end value 5
Output value 5
u16
u16
0…4096
1…16
54
55
56
DAC6_OF
DAC6_FA
DAC6_CTRL
Offset 6
Scale end value 6
Output value 6
u16
u16
u16
0…4095
0…4096
1…16
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
76
99
105
106
107
108
109
110
119
121
123
124
126
127
DAC_MITTEL
SPG_MIN
SPG_MAX
W1_MAX
W2_MAX
W3_MAX
WA_CTRL
Average
Lower limit mains voltage
Upper limit mains voltage
Limit transformer 1
Limit transformer 2
Limit transformer 3
Monitoring mode transformer
Fault output
Alarm output
Firmware version day
Firmware version month
Firmware version year
Save
Operating hours
Limiting value temperature
Energy
Analog output 1
Analog output 2
Analog output 3
Analog output 4
Analog output 5
Analog output 6
DC input 3 (x5.10)
Device number
Serial number
PCB number
Frequency limit
Frequency tolerance
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
f32
u16
f32
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u32
u16
u32
u16
u16
1…65535
0…5120
0…5120
0…8192
0…8192
0…8192
0...65535
0...65535
0...65535
1…31
1…12
0…9999
0…1
0…
0…255
0…
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…
0…
0…
100…2500
1…25
bit coded
bit0=1 setpoint x6.1 active, bit1=1 setpoint master active
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
Vers_D
Vers_M
Vers_Y
TEMP_MAX
F_MIN_MAX
F_TOL
42
bit coded
bit coded
bit coded
off, save
Unit
R/W
Default
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
100
100
100
8
230
50
11
2978
5956
8934
11912
14890
17868
20846
23824
26802
29780
0
4096
0
4096
0
819
1
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
27
31
32
37
38
39
40
41
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
2
42
43
44
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
3
45
46
47
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r
0
819
4
48
49
50
4096=10V
r/w
0
51
1/819
r/w
r/w
819
9
52
53
4096=10V
1/819
r/w
r/w
r/w
0
819
16
54
55
56
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w
r
r
r
r/w
r
r/w
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r/w
r/w
100
3473
4541
5118
5118
5118
16399
127
504
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
76
99
105
106
107
108
109
110
119
121
123
124
126
127
20/4096mA
20/4096mA
20/4096mA
20/4096mA
4096=10V
1/819
h
°C
kWh
4096=100%
%
Note
Index
R309
S2
R310
R310
R310
0
80
1709
9
43
5. Acyclic parameter table Thyro-Measurement Unit
Table D: TMU parameters slot 1-8
Index
Controller parameter
Symbol
Name
Data
Value range
Combo-opt.
bit coded
type
1
2
3
4
5
7
39
W1_TYP
W2_TYP
W3_TYP
W_CTRL
U_TYP
T0
DAC1_OF
Type value transformer 1
Type value transformer 2
Type value transformer 3
Transformer setting
Type value U network
Measuring and cycle time
Offset 1
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
1...65535
1...65535
1...65535
0...65535
1…260
1…15000
0…4095
40
41
DAC1_FA
Scale end value 1
u16
0…4096
DAC1_CTRL
Output value 1
u16
1…16
42
DAC2_OF
Offset 2
u16
0…4095
43
DAC2_FA
Scale end value 2
u16
0…4096
44
DAC2_CTRL
Output value 2
u16
1…16
45
DAC3_OF
Offset 3
u16
0…4095
46
DAC3_FA
Scale end value 3
u16
0…4096
47
DAC3_CTRL
Output value 3
u16
1…16
48
DAC4_OF
Offset 4
u16
0…4095
49
DAC4_FA
Scale end value 4
u16
0…4096
50
DAC4_CTRL
Output value 4
u16
1…16
51
DAC5_OF
Offset 5
u16
0…4095
52
DAC5_FA
Scale end value 5
u16
0…4096
53
DAC5_CTRL
Output value 5
u16
1…16
54
DAC6_OF
Offset 6
u16
0…4095
55
DAC6_FA
Scale end value 6
u16
0…4096
56
DAC6_CTRL
Output value 6
u16
1…16
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
DAC_MITTEL
SPG_MIN
SPG_MAX
W1_MAX
W2_MAX
W3_MAX
WA_CTRL
Average
Lower limit mains voltage
Upper limit mains voltage
Limit transformer 1
Limit transformer 2
Limit transformer 3
Monitoring mode transformer
Fault output
Alarm output
Firmware version day
Firmware version month
Firmware version year
Save
Operating hours
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
f32
1…65535
0…5120
0…5120
0…8192
0…8192
0…8192
0...65535
0...65535
0...65535
1…31
1…12
0…9999
0…1
0…
76
TEMP_MAX
0…255
Vers_D
Vers_M
Vers_Y
Limiting value temperature
u16
99
Energy
f32
0…
105
106
107
108
109
110
119
Analog output 1
Analog output 2
Analog output 3
Analog output 4
Analog output 5
Analog output 6
DC input 3 (x5.10)
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
121
123
124
126
127
Device number
Serial number
PCB number
Frequency limit
Frequency tolerance
u32
u16
u32
u16
u16
0…
0…
0…
100…2500
1…25
F_MIN_MAX
F_TOL
44
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
bit coded
bit coded
bit coded
off, save
Unit
R/W
Default
Note
Index
4096=10V
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w
100
100
100
8
230
50
0
1/819
r/w
819
40
r/w
1
41
4096=10V
r/w
0
42
1/819
r/w
819
43
r/w
2
44
4096=10V
r/w
0
45
1/819
r/w
819
46
r/w
3
47
4096=10V
r/w
0
48
1/819
r/w
819
49
r/w
4
50
4096=10V
r/w
0
51
1/819
r/w
819
52
r/w
9
53
4096=10V
r/w
0
54
1/819
r/w
819
55
r/w
16
56
100
3473
4541
5118
5118
5118
16399
127
504
h
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w
r
r
r
r/w
r
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
°C
r/w
kWh
r
99
4096=100%
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
105
106
107
108
109
110
119
%
r
r
r
r/w
r/w
121
123
124
126
127
1
2
3
4
5
7
39
R309
R310
R310
R310
0
80
76
1709
9
45
6. Acyclic parameter table Thyro Input-Output Unit
Table F: TIO parameters slot 1-8
Index
Controller parameter
Symbol
Name
Data
Value range
Combo-opt.
bit coded
type
1
2
3
4
5
7
39
W1_TYP
W2_TYP
W3_TYP
W_CTRL
U_TYP
T0
DAC1_OF
Type value transformer 1
Type value transformer 2
Type value transformer 3
Transformer setting
Type value U mains
Measuring and cycle time
Offset 1
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
1...65535
1...65535
1...65535
0...65535
1…260
1…1500
0…4095
40
41
DAC1_FA
Scale end value 1
u16
0…4096
DAC1_CTRL
Output value 1
u16
1…16
42
DAC2_OF
Offset 2
u16
0…4095
43
DAC2_FA
Scale end value 2
u16
0…4096
44
DAC2_CTRL
Output value 2
u16
1…16
45
DAC3_OF
Offset 3
u16
0…4095
46
DAC3_FA
Scale end value 3
u16
0…4096
47
DAC3_CTRL
Output value 3
u16
1…16
48
DAC4_OF
Offset 4
u16
0…4095
49
DAC4_FA
Scale end value 4
u16
0…4096
50
DAC4_CTRL
Output value 4
u16
1…16
51
DAC5_OF
Offset 5
u16
0…4095
52
DAC5_FA
Scale end value 5
u16
0…4096
53
DAC5_CTRL
Output value 5
u16
1…16
54
DAC6_OF
Offset 6
u16
0…4095
55
DAC6_FA
Scale end value 6
u16
0…4096
56
DAC6_CTRL
Output value 6
u16
1…16
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
DAC_MITTEL
SPG_MIN
SPG_MAX
W1_MAX
W2_MAX
W3_MAX
WA_CTRL
Average
Lower limit mains voltage
Upper limit mains voltage
Limit transformer 1
Limit transformer 2
Limit transformer 3
Monitoring mode transformer
Fault output
Alarm output
Firmware version day
Firmware version month
Firmware version year
Save
Operating hours
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
f32
1…65535
0…5120
0…5120
0…8192
0…8192
0…8192
0...65535
0...65535
0...65535
1…31
1…12
0…9999
0…1
0…
76
TEMP_MAX
0…255
Vers_D
Vers_M
Vers_Y
Limiting value temperature
u16
99
Energy
f32
0…
105
106
107
108
109
110
119
Analog output 1
Analog output 2
Analog output 3
Analog output 4
Analog output 5
Analog output 6
DC input 3 (x5.10)
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
u16
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
0…4096
121
123
124
126
127
Device number
Serial number
PCB number
Frequency limit
Frequency tolerance
u32
u16
u32
u16
u16
0…
0…
0…
100…2500
1…25
F_MIN_MAX
F_TOL
46
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
transformer1, transformer2, transformer3, U mains, setpoint1,
setpoint2, R309, R310, temp., res., controller1,…, controller6
bit coded
bit coded
bit coded
off, save
Unit
R/W
Default
Note
Index
4096=10V
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w
100
100
100
8
230
50
0
1/819
r/w
819
40
r/w
1
41
4096=10V
r/w
0
42
1/819
r/w
819
43
r/w
2
44
4096=10V
r/w
0
45
1/819
r/w
819
46
r/w
3
47
4096=10V
r/w
0
48
1/819
r/w
819
49
r/w
4
50
4096=10V
r/w
0
51
1/819
r/w
819
52
r/w
9
53
4096=10V
r/w
0
54
1/819
r/w
819
55
r/w
16
56
100
3473
4541
5118
5118
5118
16399
127
504
h
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w *
r/w *
r/w *
r/w
r/w
r/w
r
r
r
r/w
r
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
70
72
74
°C
r/w
80
kWh
r
99
4096=100%
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
105
106
107
108
109
110
119
%
r
r
r
r/w
r/w
121
123
124
126
127
1
2
3
4
5
7
39
R309
R310
R310
R310
0
76
1709
9
47
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