Siemens D410 Network Hardware User Manual

Siemens D410 Network Hardware User Manual
Preface
SIMOTION
D410
Commissioning Manual
Valid for SIMOTION D410 DP and D410 PN
08/2008 Edition
Description
1
Commissioning (hardware)
2
Configuring SIMOTION
D410
3
Commissioning (software)
4
Maintenance and service
5
Diagnostics data
6
Standards and approvals
A
ESD guidelines
B
Appendix
C
Safety Guidelines
This manual contains notices you have to observe in order to ensure your personal safety, as well as to prevent
damage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alert
symbol, notices referring only to property damage have no safety alert symbol. These notices shown below are
graded according to the degree of danger.
DANGER
indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not taken.
WARNING
indicates that death or severe personal injury may result if proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
with a safety alert symbol, indicates that minor personal injury can result if proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
without a safety alert symbol, indicates that property damage can result if proper precautions are not taken.
NOTICE
indicates that an unintended result or situation can occur if the corresponding information is not taken into
account.
If more than one degree of danger is present, the warning notice representing the highest degree of danger will
be used. A notice warning of injury to persons with a safety alert symbol may also include a warning relating to
property damage.
Qualified Personnel
The device/system may only be set up and used in conjunction with this documentation. Commissioning and
operation of a device/system may only be performed by qualified personnel. Within the context of the safety notes
in this documentation qualified persons are defined as persons who are authorized to commission, ground and
label devices, systems and circuits in accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Prescribed Usage
Note the following:
WARNING
This device may only be used for the applications described in the catalog or the technical description and only
in connection with devices or components from other manufacturers which have been approved or
recommended by Siemens. Correct, reliable operation of the product requires proper transport, storage,
positioning and assembly as well as careful operation and maintenance.
Trademarks
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publication may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the
owner.
Disclaimer of Liability
We have reviewed the contents of this publication to ensure consistency with the hardware and software
described. Since variance cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot guarantee full consistency. However, the
information in this publication is reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections are included in subsequent
editions.
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Preface
Contents of the commissioning manual
This manual is part of the SIMOTION D4xx documentation package, Edition 08/2008.
This manual describes commissioning of the SIMOTION devices D410 DP and D410 PN.
Information blocks in this manual
The following information blocks describe the purpose and use of the commissioning
manual.
● Description
This section provides information pertaining to the SIMOTION system and its integration
into the information landscape.
● Commissioning (hardware)
This section describes how to start up the device and what you must take into account.
● Configuring SIMOTION D410
This section describes how to integrate SIMOTION D410 in a project and how to
configure the interfaces.
● Commissioning (software)
This section describes how to configure a plant and how to test the drives and axes you
configured.
● Maintenance and service
This section describes how to replace a module, how to run updates, and how to modify
settings.
● Diagnostics data
This section provides information about diagnostic possibilities and LED states.
● Appendices with factual information for reference (for example, Standards and Approvals,
and ESD)
● Index for locating information.
SIMOTION Documentation
An overview of the SIMOTION documentation can be found in a separate list of references.
This documentation is included as electronic documentation with the supplied SIMOTION
SCOUT.
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The SIMOTION documentation consists of 9 documentation packages containing
approximately 80 SIMOTION documents and documents on related systems (e.g.
SINAMICS).
The following documentation packages are available for SIMOTION V4.1 SP2:
● SIMOTION Engineering System
● SIMOTION System and Function Descriptions
● SIMOTION Diagnostics
● SIMOTION Programming
● SIMOTION Programming - References
● SIMOTION C
● SIMOTION P350
● SIMOTION D4xx
● SIMOTION Supplementary Documentation
Hotline and Internet addresses
Technical support
If you have any technical questions, please contact our hotline:
Europe / Africa
Phone
+49 180 5050 222 (subject to charge)
Fax
+49 180 5050 223
Internet
http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request
Americas
Phone
+1 423 262 2522
Fax
+1 423 262 2200
E-mail
mailto:[email protected]
Asia / Pacific
4
Phone
+86 1064 719 990
Fax
+86 1064 747 474
E-mail
mailto:[email protected]
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Note
Country-specific telephone numbers for technical support are provided under the following
Internet address:
http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support
Calls are subject to charge, e.g. 0.14 €/min. on the German landline network. Tariffs of other
phone companies may differ.
Questions about this documentation
If you have any questions (suggestions, corrections) regarding this documentation, please
fax or e-mail us at:
Fax
+49 9131- 98 63315
E-mail
mailto:[email protected]
Siemens Internet address
The latest information about SIMOTION products, product support, and FAQs can be found
on the Internet at:
● General information:
– http://www.siemens.de/simotion (German)
– http://www.siemens.com/simotion (international)
● Product support:
– http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/10805436
Additional support
We also offer introductory courses to help you familiarize yourself with SIMOTION.
Please contact your regional training center or our main training center at D-90027
Nuremberg, phone +49 (911) 895 3202.
Information about training courses on offer can be found at:
www.sitrain.com
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Disposal and recycling
SIMOTION D410 is an environmentally friendly product! It includes the following features:
● In spite of its excellent resistance to fire, the flame-resistant agent in the plastic used for
the housing does not contain halogens.
● Identification of plastic materials in accordance with DIN 54840
● Less material used because the unit is smaller and with fewer components thanks to
integration in ASICs
SIMOTION D410 can be recycled because it is made with low-polluting materials.
For state-of-the art environmentally friendly recycling and disposal of your old modules,
contact your Siemens representative. To locate your representative, visit us online at:
http://www.ad.siemens.com/partner
Further information / FAQs
You can find further information on this manual under the following FAQs:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/27585482
The following resources are also available:
● SIMOTION - Utilities & Applications CD: This CD is supplied together with the SIMOTION
SCOUT and, along with FAQs, also contains free utilities (e.g. calculation tools,
optimization tools, etc.) and application examples (ready-to-apply solutions such as
winder, cross cutter or handling).
● The latest FAQs for SIMOTION can be found at:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/10805436
● SIMOTION SCOUT online help
● Additional documentation: see SIMOTION references
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Table of contents
Preface ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
1
2
3
4
Description............................................................................................................................................... 11
1.1
System overview ..........................................................................................................................11
1.2
System components ....................................................................................................................14
1.3
SIMOTION D410 DP display .......................................................................................................19
1.4
SIMOTION D410 PN display .......................................................................................................23
1.5
The CompactFlash card...............................................................................................................27
1.6
Licensing ......................................................................................................................................28
1.7
Safety information ........................................................................................................................29
Commissioning (hardware) ...................................................................................................................... 31
2.1
Prerequisites for commissioning ..................................................................................................31
2.2
Inserting the Compact Flash card................................................................................................32
2.3
Switching on the power supply ....................................................................................................33
2.4
RESET button ..............................................................................................................................34
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
User memory concept..................................................................................................................35
SIMOTION D410 memory model.................................................................................................35
Properties of the user memories..................................................................................................36
Operator actions and their impact on user memory.....................................................................38
Configuring SIMOTION D410 .................................................................................................................. 43
3.1
Software requirements.................................................................................................................43
3.2
Inserting SIMOTION D410 into a project .....................................................................................43
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
Configuring the PROFIBUS DP interface (only D410 DP) ..........................................................46
General information about PROFIBUS DP communication ........................................................46
Assignment of the PROFIBUS addresses in HW Config.............................................................47
Operating SIMOTION D410 on PROFIBUS DP. .........................................................................48
Creating a new PROFIBUS DP subnet .......................................................................................48
Setting the DP cycle and system cycle clocks.............................................................................49
Rules for SIMOTION D410 DP ....................................................................................................50
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
Configuring PROFINET (only for D410 PN) ................................................................................52
General information about PROFINET communication...............................................................52
Operating SIMOTION D410 PN on PROFINET ..........................................................................53
Setting the send cycles and system clocks .................................................................................56
Rules for SIMOTION D410 PN ....................................................................................................58
Commissioning (software) ....................................................................................................................... 61
4.1
Overview of commissioning .........................................................................................................61
4.2
Configuring the system in offline mode........................................................................................62
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4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
Overview ..................................................................................................................................... 62
Accessing the drive wizard.......................................................................................................... 63
Configuring the components ....................................................................................................... 64
Aligning HW Config ..................................................................................................................... 70
Downloading the project to SIMOTION D410 ............................................................................. 71
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
Configuring the system in online mode....................................................................................... 73
Overview ..................................................................................................................................... 73
Establishing the online connection.............................................................................................. 74
Starting automatic configuration ................................................................................................. 75
Editing SINAMICS components .................................................................................................. 77
Aligning HW Config ..................................................................................................................... 78
Download the project to SIMOTION D410.................................................................................. 78
4.4
Creating an axis .......................................................................................................................... 79
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
Integrating additional encoders (optional)................................................................................... 81
General information..................................................................................................................... 81
Configure the encoder interface on the drive side ...................................................................... 82
Configuring a second encoder for a TO axis in SIMOTION........................................................ 83
Configuring external encoders in SIMOTION ............................................................................. 84
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.6.6
4.6.7
4.6.8
Using drive-related I/Os by SIMOTION....................................................................................... 85
Onboard I/Os and terminal modules configuration overview ...................................................... 85
Use of message frame 39x ......................................................................................................... 87
Free message frame configuring with P915/P916 (only TM15/TM17 High Feature) ................. 91
Configuring free message frames by means of BICO ................................................................ 92
Expanding a message frame ...................................................................................................... 97
Using high-speed outputs for output cams on D410................................................................. 100
Using probe inputs on D410...................................................................................................... 101
Outputs of cam outputs and probe inputs on TM15/TM17 High Feature ................................. 105
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
Creating and programming TM41 ............................................................................................. 106
Overview ................................................................................................................................... 106
Configuring TM41 at SINAMICS Integrated.............................................................................. 106
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
Creating a DMC20 .................................................................................................................... 107
DMC20 hub properties .............................................................................................................. 107
Creating a DRIVE-CLiQ hub ..................................................................................................... 108
4.9
Testing the configured drive using the drive control panel ....................................................... 109
4.10
Testing the configured axis using the axis control panel .......................................................... 111
4.11
Downloading and saving user data........................................................................................... 113
4.12
4.12.1
4.12.2
4.12.3
4.12.4
4.12.5
Deleting data ............................................................................................................................. 114
Overview of data deletion.......................................................................................................... 114
Resetting the memory of SIMOTION D410 .............................................................................. 115
Deleting user data from the CompactFlash Card ..................................................................... 117
Restoring the default settings of SINAMICS Integrated............................................................ 118
Restoring the default settings of SIMOTION D410................................................................... 118
4.13
System shutdown...................................................................................................................... 119
Maintenance and service ....................................................................................................................... 121
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
Replacing modules.................................................................................................................... 121
Removing and replacing the SIMOTION D410......................................................................... 121
Replacing DRIVE-CLiQ components ........................................................................................ 124
5.2
Replacing the fan ...................................................................................................................... 125
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5.3
Performing a software and firmware update..............................................................................126
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
SIMOTION CompactFlash Card ................................................................................................131
Replacing the CompactFlash Card............................................................................................131
Writing and deleting data on CompactFlash Cards ...................................................................131
Formatting the CompactFlash Card...........................................................................................132
Bootloader on the CompactFlash card ......................................................................................133
Diagnostics data .................................................................................................................................... 135
6.1
Diagnostics by means of LED displays......................................................................................135
6.2
Extended diagnostic capabilities................................................................................................138
Standards and approvals....................................................................................................................... 139
A.1
General rules..............................................................................................................................139
A.2
Safety of electronic controllers...................................................................................................140
A.3
Electromagnetic Compatibility....................................................................................................142
ESD guidelines ...................................................................................................................................... 143
B.1
ESD definition ............................................................................................................................143
B.2
Electrostatic charging of individuals...........................................................................................143
B.3
Basic measures for protection against discharge of static electricity ........................................144
Appendix................................................................................................................................................ 145
C.1
List of abbreviations ...................................................................................................................145
Index...................................................................................................................................................... 147
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Description
1.1
1
System overview
Overview
In SIMOTION D, the SIMOTION functionality is integrated directly in the closed-loop control
module of the SINAMICS S120 drive system.
SIMOTION D410 is a module drive system for single axes, which solves demanding drive
tasks for a very wide range of industrial applications. SIMOTION D410 supplements D425,
D435 and D445, the three power levels for multi-axis connections.
SIMOTION D is an integral part of the Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) concept. TIA
features standardized data management, configuration and communication over all products
and systems. Thus, an extensive toolbox of automation modules is also available for
SIMOTION D410.
Application
Combining a power module with SIMOTION D410 forms a compact single drive for machine
and plant engineering.
Applications include:
● Machine concepts with central drive (e.g., pressing, printing and packaging machines, . .
.)
● Modular machine concepts where the machine modules broken down to single axes
● Single drives with high accuracy, stability and concentricity requirements (compared with
standard drives) in machine and industrial plant engineering
● Single drives for transport tasks (conveying, raising, lowering)
● Single drives with integrated PLC functionality and expanded motion control functionality
such as output cam or cams
● Drives without power recovery (wire drawing, extruding)
● Drive connections with high availability requirements (incoming supply failure may not
cause all axes to fail)
Product variants
SIMOTION D410 comes in two variants:
● SIMOTION D410 DP with PROFIBUS DP interface.
● SIMOTION D410 PN with PROFINET interface.
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System integration
SIMOTION provides an optimized system platform for automation and drive solutions where
the main focus is on motion control applications and technology tasks.
The SIMOTION system is made up of three components:
● SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System
● Runtime Software
● Hardware platforms
The innovative SIMOTION concept involves integrating pure automation and motion
functions, which have been traditionally isolated in the past.
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SIMOTION can be used with all machines with motion control tasks. The focus is on a
simple and flexible solution to a wide variety of motion control tasks. In order to achieve this
in the best way possible, a new system approach has been introduced:
the fusion of motion control with two other control functions, which are found in most
machines: PLC and technology functions.
This approach enables motion control of axes and machines with only one system. The
same applies to technology functions, such as pressure control of a hydraulic axis. A
seamless switch can be made from position-controlled positioning mode to pressure control.
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Combining the three control functions of motion control, PLC and technology functions has
the following benefits:
● Lower engineering expenditure and higher machine performance.
● Interfaces between individual components requiring rapid response are no longer
needed.
● Simple, standardized and transparent programming and diagnostics for the complete
machine.
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Description
1.2 System components
1.2
System components
Overview
SIMOTION D410 communicates with the components of the automation landscape via the
following interfaces:
● PROFIBUS DP (SIMOTION D410 DP only)
● PROFINET (SIMOTION D410 PN only)
● DRIVE-CLiQ (DRIVE Component Link with IQ)
● Power Module Interface (PM-IF)
● SIMOTION D features a SINAMICS Integrated drive element. Communication with the
SINAMICS Integrated (node 3) is via PROFIBUS mechanisms (DP integrated).
The most important system components and their functions are listed in the following table.
Table 1-1
System components
Components
Function
SIMOTION D410
... is the central motion control module.
The module contains the programmable SIMOTION Runtime in
SIMOTION D410 and the SINAMICS S120 drive software.
You can use the integrated rapid digital I/Os as:
• Homing inputs
• Inputs for measuring inputs
• User-addressable process inputs/outputs
• Outputs for fast output cams
The measuring sockets can output any analog signals.
The DRIVE-CLiQ interface permits a fast connection to the SINAMICS drive
components.
System software
The system software is delivered separately on a CompactFlash card (not
included in the scope of delivery).
Note: An additional license is not required for the real axis technology.
Power supply (PS)
... provides the electronic power supply for SIMOTION D410 (e.g., SITOP
power supply).
Note: If the SIMOTION D410 is snapped-on to a PM340 power module, the
power module may be used as the sole supply for the SIMOTION D410 in
certain cases (e.g., when digital outputs are not used, etc. . .). See the section
entitled in the SIMOTION D410 Manual.
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PROFIBUS DP
SIMOTION D410 DP can communicate via PROFIBUS DP interface to the following
components:
Table 1-2
Components on PROFIBUS DP
Components
Function
PG/PC programming device
... configures, sets parameters, programs and tests using the
SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System (ES).
SIMATIC HMI device
... is used for operator control and monitoring functions. It is not
absolutely required to run SIMOTION D410.
Drive units with
PROFIBUS DP interface
(e.g., SINAMICS,
SIMODRIVE 611 universal)
... convert speed setpoints into signals for controlling the motor and
supply the power required to operate the motors.
SIMATIC ET 200M
Modular I/O system for control cabinet installation and high channel
densities.
SIMATIC ET 200S
Finely scalable I/O system for control cabinet installation and
particularly time-critical applications; including motor starters, safety
technology and individual grouping of load groups.
SIMATIC ET 200pro
Modular I/O system with IP65/IP67 rating for machine-related
applications with no control cabinet; with new features such as more
compact designs, integrated PROFIsafe safety technology,
PROFINET connection and live module replacement.
SIMATIC ET 200eco
I/O system with IP65/IP67 rating for machine-related applications
with no control cabinet, with a flexible and fast connection system in
ECOFAST or M12.
Gateways
•
Teleservice adapter
Remote diagnosis
Can also be operated as an isochronous, equidistant Slave on the
PROFIBUS DP.
•
DP/AS Interface Link 20E and DP/AS Interface Link Advanced for
the PROFIBUS DP gateway to AS Interface
DP/DP coupler to connect two PROFIBUS DP networks
Other controls (e.g.,
SIMOTION or SIMATIC)
Note
Note that only one real axis can be used on a SIMOTION D410.
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Description
1.2 System components
Note
Please note that not all modules for the I/O systems listed above are enabled for SIMOTION.
Moreover, system-related functional differences can come into play when these I/O or I/O
systems are used on SIMOTION vs. on SIMATIC. For example, special process-control
functions (e.g., HART modules, etc.) are not supported by SIMOTION for the ET 200M
distributed I/O system.
A list of all I/O modules that can currently be used with SIMOTION is available under the
following link:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/11886029
In addition to the I/O modules enabled for SIMOTION, all certified standard slaves can, in
principle, be connected to SIMOTION if they support the following:
● Cyclic data traffic (DP-V0) and, possibly
● Acyclic data traffic (DP-V1) or
● Isochronous data traffic (DP-V2)
These modules are integrated via the GSD file from the device manufacturer.
Note
Please note that in individual cases further boundary conditions must be fulfilled in order to
integrate a standard slave into SIMOTION. For example, "driver modules" in the form of
function blocks are required for some modules, which enable integration or make it
especially easy.
For modules enabled for SIMOTION (e.g., S7-300 module FM 350-1, etc.), these driver
modules are part of the SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System command library.
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PROFINET
SIMOTION D410 PN can communicate via PROFINET interface to the following
components:
Table 1-3
Components on PROFINET
Components
Function
The master computer (at
company and production
management level)
... communicates with other devices via Ethernet.
PG/PC programming device
... communicates with the SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering
Systems (ES), STEP 7 and HMI (Human Machine Interface).
SIMATIC HMI device
... is used for operator control and monitoring functions. It is not
absolutely essential for running SIMOTION D410.
Drive units with PROFINET
interface (e.g., SINAMICS S120
with CBE20)
... convert speed setpoints into signals for controlling the motor
and supply the power required to operate the motors.
SIMATIC ET 200M
Modular I/O system for control cabinet installation and high
channel densities.
SIMATIC ET 200S
Finely scalable I/O system for control cabinet installation and
particularly time-critical applications; including motor starters,
safety technology and individual grouping of load groups.
SIMATIC ET 200pro
Modular I/O system with IP65/IP67 rating for machine-related
applications with no control cabinet; with new features such as
more compact designs, integrated PROFIsafe safety technology,
PROFINET connection and live module replacement.
Gateways
•
•
IE/AS Interface Link PN IO for the PROFINET IO gateway to
AS Interface
PN/PN coupler to connect two PROFINET IO networks
Other controls (e.g., SIMOTION
or SIMATIC)
Note
Note that only one real axis can be used on a SIMOTION D410.
Note
A list of all I/O modules that can currently be used with SIMOTION is available at the
following link:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/11886029
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1.2 System components
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMOTION D410 can communicate via DRIVE-CLiQ interface to the following components:
Table 1-4
Components on DRIVE-CLiQ
Components
Function
SINAMICS S120 AC DRIVE drive
units
(with CUA31/CUA32)
... convert speed setpoints into signals for controlling the motor
and supply the power required to operate the motors. The
AC DRIVE component PM340 is connected via CUA31/CUA32.
No more than one PM340 can be connected. Chassis power
module is connected via DRIVE-CLiQ.
Note: Booksize components are not supported!
TM15 and TM17 High Feature
terminal modules
The terminal modules TM15 and TM17 High Feature are used to
implement probe inputs and cam outputs. In addition, terminal
modules provide drive-related digital inputs and outputs with
short signal delay times.
TM31 terminal module
... enables terminal expansion via DRIVE-CLiQ (additional
analog and digital inputs/outputs).
TM41 terminal module
... enables terminal expansion (analog and digital inputs/outputs)
and encoder simulation via DRIVE-CLiQ. The TM41 can be
connected to a real axis. It is important to note that exactly one
real axis can be configured on the D410.
TM54F terminal module
... enables terminal expansion (secure digital inputs/digital
outputs) for controlling the secure motion monitoring functions of
the integrated drive.
SMx sensor modules
... enable the acquisition of encoder data from the connected
motors via DRIVE-CLiQ.
Motors with DRIVE-CLiQ interface ... allow simplified commissioning and diagnostics, as the motor
and encoder type are identified automatically.
DMC20
... expands the number of DRIVE-CLiQ nodes
Note
Note that SIMOTION D410 does not support the CX32 expansion!
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1.3
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The label underneath the mode selector lists the switch settings for the operating states of
the SIMOTION D410.
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Description
1.3 SIMOTION D410 DP display
Interfaces
The SIMOTION D410 DP interfaces are described in the following tables.
Table 1-5
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SIMOTION D410 interfaces
Interface
Description
Digital inputs/outputs
X121
12-pin Mini Combicon:
• 4 digital inputs: for connecting switches or proximity sensors
• 4 digital inputs/outputs: for connecting actuators and sensors
DRIVE-CLiQ interface
X100
8-pin RJ45plus socket to connect DRIVE-CLiQ nodes
PROFIBUS DP interface
X21
9-pin SUB-D socket to connect to PROFIBUS DP
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8-pin direct connector to connect to a blocksize power module
Encoder interface (HTL / TTL
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X23
15-pin SUB-D socket for connecting HTL, TTL and SSI encoders.
EP terminals/temperature
sensor connection
X120
8-pin Mini Combicon for connecting Safety Integrated input terminals
or for connecting temperature sensing via KTY or PTC
Power supply connection
X124
4-pin screw terminal connection to connect the 24 V DC load power
supply
Measuring sockets
T0, T1, T2 and M
Sockets to output analog signals
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1.3 SIMOTION D410 DP display
The following nameplate includes the SIMOTION D410 DP barcode numbers and is located
on the front side of the module.
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described in this Manual (e.g., updated product status, space for approvals and
identifications, etc.).
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1.4
SIMOTION D410 PN display
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1.4 SIMOTION D410 PN display
Interfaces
The SIMOTION D410 PN interfaces are described in the following tables.
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Interface
Description
Digital inputs/outputs
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12-pin Mini Combicon:
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• 4 digital inputs/outputs: for connecting actuators and sensors
DRIVE-CLiQ interface
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8-pin RJ45plus socket to connect DRIVE-CLiQ nodes
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X124
4-pin screw terminal connection to connect the 24 V DC load
power supply
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T0, T1, T2 and M
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and X201) and is located on the front side of the module.
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identifications, etc.).
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1.5 The CompactFlash card
1.5
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For versions V4.1 SP1 HF6 and higher, pre-installed licenses are printed on the type plate of
the CF card as a Z option underneath the order number.
Example with Z option for a combined SIMOTION IT license + 2 TControl licenses:
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are more than 7 different Z options, the text "Z = see delivery order" is printed on the CF card
in place of the Z option.
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1.6 Licensing
Available Z options / licenses for SIMOTION D CF cards
The following Z options are available for SIMOTION D410:
TControl temperature control:
● Txx – TControl license and number (e.g. T03 = 3 TControl licenses)
SIMOTION IT:
● D00 – IT DIAG license
● X00 – OPC XML-DA license
● J00 – Combined license for SIMOTION IT, comprises SIMOTION IT Virtual Machine for
Java applications, SIMOTION IT DIAG and SIMOTION IT OPC XML-DA
Safety functions:
● Fxx - License for SINAMICS Safety Integrated Extended Functions (e.g., F01 = 1 license
for safety functions)
1.6
Licensing
SIMOTION D410 licensing
SIMOTION D410 is a modular drive system for single-axis applications. D410 contains the
Motion Control technology functions for exactly one real axis (speed-controlled, positioning,
synchronized axis or cam). This means that these technology functions do not require an
additional license. It is not possible to increase the number of axes using licenses. Along
with the one real axis, further virtual axes can be configured and loaded.
Licenses are required for runtime functions such as SIMOTION IT DIAG. These can be preinstalled on a CompactFlash card (CF card) or ordered separately.
Additional references
For more information about license management, see the SIMOTION SCOUT Configuring
Manual. General information about licensing can be found in the Motion Control SIMOTION,
SINAMICS S120 catalog and motors for production machines catalog, PM21 2008.
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1.7 Safety information
1.7
Safety information
Observe the following safety information when working with SIMOTION D410 and its
components!
CAUTION
The CompactFlash card may only be unplugged and plugged in when SIMOTION D410 is
switched off (zero current)!
CAUTION
The 50 mm clearances above and below the components must be observed. The
ventilation openings may not be covered by connecting cables.
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2.1
2
Prerequisites for commissioning
Prerequisites
Prerequisites for commissioning the SIMOTION D410:
● You have completed installation and the wiring of your system with SIMOTION D410.
● A programming device / PC is available.
Connecting a programming device / PC to SIMOTION D410
You can interconnect the programming device / PC:
● With the PROFIBUS interface of SIMOTION D410 DP (X21 connector) using a
connecting cable.
Information pertaining to cable lengths for PROFIBUS DP is available in the
SIMOTION D410 Manual.
● With the PROFINET interface of SIMOTION D410 PN (X200 or X201 connector) using a
twisted pair cable.
Information pertaining to PROFINET communication is available in chapter "Configuring
PROFINET".
System requirements
System requirements for hardware commissioning:
● The programming device must be equipped with a PROFIBUS or Ethernet adapter.
● The programming device / PC must be interconnected with SIMOTION D410 DP
(connector X21) for online communication on PROFIBUS DP.
● The programming device / PC must be interconnected with SIMOTION D410 PN
(connector X200 and 201) for online communication on PROFINET.
● You need a CF adapter on the programming device / PC to write to the Compact Flash
Card (for example, a SIMOTION firmware update).
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2.2 Inserting the Compact Flash card
2.2
Inserting the Compact Flash card
Properties of the CF card
The CF card is mandatory for operation of SIMOTION D410. The SIMOTION kernel and the
drive control software (SINAMICS firmware) are installed on the CF card.
The CompactFlash card must be inserted when you start up SIMOTION D410 in order to
load the SIMOTION kernel.
Note
The Compact Flash Card may only be removed and inserted while SIMOTION D410 is in deenergized state!
Procedure
Insert the CompactFlash Card as follows:
1. The insertion direction of the CompactFlash Card is identified by an arrow on the card
and a matching arrow on the slot. Align the arrows when inserting the CompactFlash
Card.
2. Gently push the CompactFlash Card into the card slot of SIMOTION D410 until it
engages. The properly inserted card does not protrude from the SIMOTION D410
housing.
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2.3 Switching on the power supply
2.3
Switching on the power supply
Checking the system
Check the system installation and wiring once again before you switch it on. Observe the
safety-relevant items of the following checklist:
● Have you observed all ESD measures when handling the components?
● Are all connectors properly inserted and interlocked / screwed on?
● Are all components grounded and all shields terminated?
● Have you made allowances for sufficient load capacity of the central power supply?
Switching on the external power supply
Power is supplied to the SIMOTION D410 using an external power supply unit, for example,
using SITOP power supplies (in special circumstances, the SIMOTION D410 can also be
supplied using the PM340 Power Module, see SIMOTION D410 Manual).
Switch on the power supply after having checked off all items of the checklist.
CAUTION
It is imperative to prevent the external 24 VDC power supply to SIMOTION D410 from
being interrupted for a duration longer than 3 ms. Operation of SIMOTION D410 is stopped
on expiration of these 3 ms and can only be recovered by cycling power Off > On.
Additional information is available in chapter "User memory concept".
Startup of SIMOTION D410
The startup of SIMOTION D410 is initiated after the power supply is activated:
1. The RDY LED is lit and the red RUN/STOP LED briefly lights up at the beginning of the
startup sequence. These LEDs can be used to monitor the startup sequence. Any errors
are displayed.
2. Startup of the SIMOTION kernel.
3. All DRIVE-CLiQ connections (with SINAMICS S120 Power Module PM340, for example)
are identified automatically.
Note
Startup of SIMOTION D410 is completed as soon as its RDY LED is lit in green color and
the RUN/STOP LED is lit in yellow or green color.
The SIMOTION D410 is ready for configuring after successful completion of the startup.
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2.4 RESET button
2.4
RESET button
Arrangement
The RESET button is located behind the blanking plate on the SIMOTION D410.
Performing a reset operation
A reset causes the entire system to be reset and requires the system to be ramped-up again.
It is similar to a "Power On Reset" except that the 24 V power supply does not have to be
switched off.
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2.5
User memory concept
2.5.1
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The next chapters provide information pertaining to user memories and to the sequences of
specific user actions.
See also
Properties of the user memories (Page 36)
Operator actions and their impact on user memory (Page 38)
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2.5.2
Properties of the user memories
Non-volatile data
Non-volatile data is used with the objective of retaining user- and system-relevant data when
SIMOTION D410 is in de-energized state. You will find information about the area that can
be used for non-volatile data in the SIMOTION SCOUT Configuration Manual.
Non-volatile data available in SIMOTION devices:
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Content of non-volatile data
Non-volatile data
Content
Kernel data
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Last operating state
IP parameters (IP address, subnet mask, router address)
DP parameters (PROFIBUS DP address, baud rate)
Diagnostics buffer
Retain variables
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Variables in the interface or implementation section of a unit declared
with VAR_GLOBAL RETAIN
Global device variables set with the "RETAIN" attribute
•
Retain TO
Absolute encoder offset
Properties of non-volatile data of SIMOTION D410:
Table 2-2
Properties of non-volatile data
Properties
Meaning
Location:
Non-volatile data resides in the FRAM of SIMOTION D410.
Backup battery:
A backup battery is not required.
Backup time:
Unlimited
More information
IP and DP parameters in non-volatile data
The IP and DP parameters are loaded from configuration data on the CompactFlash Card
during startup for use by the SIMOTION device. The SIMOTION D410 can use the
addresses defined in these data to go online. The IP and DP parameters on the
CompactFlash Card are also written to non-volatile memory during startup. The IP and DP
parameters in non-volatile data is retained and used by the SIMOTION device if the system
is restarted with a CompactFlash Card which does not contain any configuration data. The
SIMOTION device can always be made available online if the configuration was downloaded
to the device at least once using SIMOTION SCOUT, or if the SIMOTION device was started
up with Compact Flash Card.
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Volatile data
Definition of the properties of volatile data:
● Volatile data resides in the RAM area of SIMOTION D410.
● The download data of SIMOTION SCOUT is written to this memory.
● These data is lost after the SIMOTION D410 is shut down.
● Contents of the "volatile data" area:
– SIMOTION kernel
– Technology packages (TP)
– User data (programs, configuration data, parameters)
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You can find additional information about memory management in SIMOTION in the
SIMOTION Basic Functions Function Manual.
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CompactFlash Card
The CompactFlash Card contains the following data:
● SIMOTION kernel
● Technology packages (TP)
● User data (units, configuration data, parameters, task configuration)
● IP parameters (IP address, subnet mask, router address)
● DP parameters (PROFIBUS DP address, baud rate)
2.5.3
Operator actions and their impact on user memory
The next section describes the user actions identified in the "SIMOTION D410 memory
model" by arrows and their impact on user memory.
Download SIMOTION SCOUT
The "Download" command transfers the following data from the Engineering System to the
"volatile data" area:
● User data (units, configuration data, parameters, task configuration)
● Technology packages
The IP and DP parameters are furthermore saved to the "non-volatile data" area. The retain
variables are initialized with their start values. This however, depends on the settings in
SIMOTION SCOUT. Volatile data is lost if you shut down the SIMOTION D410 module after
the download.
Copy RAM to ROM
The "Copy RAM to ROM" command is used on the ES to save the following data to the
CompactFlash Card:
● Technology packages and user data (units, configuration data, parameters, task
configuration) of the "volatile data" area
● Actual values are copied to the "volatile data" area, depending on the settings in
SIMOTION SCOUT
Note
The "Copy RAM to ROM" command does not save the actual values of the retain
variables to the CompactFlash Card:
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Startup of SIMOTION D410
The SIMOTION kernel is loaded from the CompactFlash Card to the "volatile data" area
during the startup of SIMOTION D410.
Volatile data is lost if you shut down the SIMOTION D410 module after the download. Data
loaded from the CompactFlash Card at the next restart:
● The technology packages and user data to the "volatile data" area
● IP and DP parameters to the "non-volatile data" area
Backup of non-volatile data
The "_savePersistentMemoryData" system function is used to save the contents of nonvolatile data to the CompactFlash Card. This backup prevents the retain variables and the
absolute encoder position from being lost if a component is replaced.
The backup copy is saved to the "PMEMORY.XML" backup file in the "USER/SIMOTION"
folder. On system side it is always ensured that a consistent overall image of the non-volatile
data is available at the next restart, even if there is a power failure during backup. An already
existing backup file is renamed to "PMEMORY.BAK" before a new backup file is generated.
If the backup to this new file fails (for example, due to insufficient storage capacity of the
CompactFlash Card), the existing backup file is used in the next attempt to restore the
content of non-volatile data. The backup file is deleted if the new file was successfully
created.
NOTICE
An absolute encoder overflow after "_savePersistentMemoryData" was executed indicates
that the restored non-volatile data contains an incorrect actual position value. The encoder
must be referenced again (absolute encoder adjustment)!
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Startup and non-volatile data
The table below describes the startup situations which may develop in terms of the nonvolatile data and how to handle such situations.
Table 2-3
Startup situations with non-volatile data
Situa
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Initial condition
Result
1
Valid contents of non-volatile data.
Startup of SIMOTION D410 with the non-volatile data.
The PROFIBUS address in non-volatile data is
therefore valid, for example.
2
Invalid contents in non-volatile data, and neither a backup
file (PMEMORY.XML), nor a backup copy
(PMEMORY.BAK) exists.
SIMOTION D410 copies the factory defaults to its nonvolatile data and restarts using this data. The default
PROFIBUS address is valid in this case, for example.
3
Invalid contents in non-volatile data. A backup file
(PMEMORY.XML) with valid contents is available.
SIMOTION D410 copies the contents of the backup file
to its non-volatile data and starts using this data.
4
Invalid contents in non-volatile data and in the backup file, SIMOTION D410 copies the factory defaults to its nonand a backup copy (PMEMORY.BAK) is not available.
volatile data and restarts using this data. The default
PROFIBUS address is valid in this case, for example.
5
Invalid contents in non-volatile data and in the backup file, SIMOTION D410 copies the contents of the backup file
and a backup copy (PMEMORY.BAK) with valid contents to its non-volatile data and starts using this data.
is available.
Diagnostics of non-volatile data
Users can determine the status of non-volatile data by reading the diagnostics buffer and the
system variable.
The following message events are entered once in the diagnostics buffer when they occur:
Table 2-4
Messages of the diagnostics buffer
Entry
Meaning
To correct or avoid errors
Non-volatile data loaded from file
Non-volatile data successfully restored
from the backup file to the
CompactFlash Card.
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Non-volatile data successfully restored
from the backup copy to the
CompactFlash Card.
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(Persistent Data Backup File Loading done)
Error while loading non-volatile data from a
file
Backup file or backup copy could not be
loaded.
(Persistent Data File Loading Failure)
Possible causes:
• Backup file or backup copy not
available
• Invalid data in backup file
Use the
"_savePersistentMemoryData"
system function to generate a
backup file with valid contents.
(Persistent Data File Loading done)
Non-volatile data loaded from the backup file
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Refer to the SIMOTION SCOUT Configuration Manual for information about how to read out
the contents of the diagnostic buffer.
System variable "persistentMemoryPowerMonitoring.persistentDataState" indicates the
status of non-volatile data after startup:
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Status of non-volatile data after startup
Status
Meaning
FROM_RAM (1)
Non-volatile data is activated in the SIMOTION device
FROM_FILE (2)
Non-volatile data was restored from the backup file
FROM_BACKUP (3)
Non-volatile data was restored from the backup copy
INVALID (4)
Non-volatile data and data in the backup file / backup copy are invalid, or do
not exist, or were deleted.
The SIMOTION device copied the factory defaults to its non-volatile data
and started using this data.
See also
SIMOTION D410 memory model (Page 35)
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3.1
3
Software requirements
SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System
The SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System must be installed on your programming device
/ PC in order to commission the SIMOTION D410. Observe the information on the current
"SIMOTION SCOUT" CD.
For information on how to install SIMOTION SCOUT on your programming device / PC, refer
to the SIMOTION SCOUT Configuration Manual.
3.2
Inserting SIMOTION D410 into a project
Creating a project and configuring the programming device / PC interface
Proceed as follows in order to create a project in SIMOTION SCOUT and to insert a
SIMOTION D410:
1. Select the "Project > New..." menu.
2. Enter a name for your project in the "New Project" dialog box and confirm your entry with
"OK".
A new folder is generated in the Project Navigator and assigned the name of the project.
3. Double-click "Create new device" in the Project Navigator. The "Create New Device"
dialog box opens. Select D410 from the "CPU type" field and the characteristic of your
module (D410 DP or D410 PN) from the "Variant" field. Confirm with "OK".
4. The "Properties" dialog box of the (PROFIBUS or PROFINET) interface opens where you
set up the connection to the programming device / PC according to the module
characteristics.
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3.2 Inserting SIMOTION D410 into a project
Communication with the programming device / PC via PROFIBUS (only for D410 DP)
1. Select the PROFIBUS interface from the "Properties - PROFIBUS/MPI" dialog box and
confirm your selection with "OK".
2. The connection to the programming device / PC is activated automatically and HW Config
opens.
Note
The active state setting of the connection to the programming device / PC is only
visualized in NetPro!
Interconnection with the programming device / PC on PROFINET (only for D410 DN)
The "Properties - Ethernet Interface" dialog box is open.
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Properties of the Ethernet interface
Program the following parameters in the "Properties - Ethernet Interface" dialog box:
1. Click "New".
The "New Subnet Industrial Ethernet" dialog box opens. Rename the new subnet, or
accept the default name by clicking "OK".
2. Select the new Ethernet subnet which is now displayed in the "Properties - Ethernet
Interface" dialog box.
3. Define your addresses in the "IP address" and "Subnet mask" fields of the "Properties Ethernet Interface" dialog box. Change to the "Network node" field and define whether
you are going to use a router and, if yes, enter the router address. Confirm with "OK".
4. Select the PROFINET interface from the "Properties" dialog box and confirm your
selection with "OK".
5. The connection to the programming device / PC is activated automatically and HW Config
opens.
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Note
The active state setting of the connection to the programming device / PC is only
visualized in NetPro!
Representation in HW Config
SIMOTION D410 is represented in HW Config.
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3.3 Configuring the PROFIBUS DP interface (only D410 DP)
3.3
Configuring the PROFIBUS DP interface (only D410 DP)
3.3.1
General information about PROFIBUS DP communication
Definition of PROFIBUS DP
PROFIBUS DP is an international, open field bus standard specified in the European field
bus Standard EN 50170 Part 2. PROFIBUS DP is optimized for high-speed, time-sensitive
data transfer at field level.
Components communicating on PROFIBUS DP are classified as master and slave
components.
● Master (active bus node)
Components representing a bus master determine the data traffic on the bus and are
therefore also referred to as active bus nodes.
● Slaves (passive bus nodes)
These devices may only receive, acknowledge and return messages to the master if
requested by the master.
Examples: SINAMICS drives, I/O modules
Note
If a SIMOTION D410 DP is operated as a passive PROFIBUS I-slave, the display,
measuring functions and controller optimization engineering functions will be very slow. If
possible, use the "active I-slave" setting for local commissioning (which does mean that an
equidistance is no longer possible) and for complete commissioning, switch to "passive Islave".
Additional references
You will find additional information about PROFIBUS DP in the SIMOTION Communication
System Manual.
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3.3.2
Assignment of the PROFIBUS addresses in HW Config
Assigning PROFIBUS addresses
Assign a PROFIBUS address to all devices before you start networking these in order to
enable intercommunication.
Note
All PROFIBUS addresses you assign must be unique on the PROFIBUS subnet.
Information pertaining to the rules of communication on the PROFIBUS subnet is available in
the SIMOTION D410 Manual.
Define the PROFIBUS address separately for each device on your programming device / PC
in HW Config. Certain PROFIBUS DP slaves are equipped with an address switch.
Note
The PROFIBUS addresses set at the devices using these switches must correspond with the
address settings in HW Config.
Recommendation for PROFIBUS addresses
Reserve PROFIBUS address "0" for a service programming device and "1" for a service HMI
device which are connected to the subnet as required.
Recommended PROFIBUS address setting for SIMOTION D410 in case of replacement or
service:
Reserve address "2" for a SIMOTION D410. This prevents redundancy of the addresses
after SIMOTION D410 is installed in the subnet with default settings (for example, when
replacing a SIMOTION D410). Assign addresses higher than "2" to any additional devices on
the subnet.
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3.3.3
Operating SIMOTION D410 on PROFIBUS DP.
PROFIBUS DP interface (X21)
SIMOTION D410 provides an interface for connecting to PROFIBUS DP. The interface
supports transmission rates up to 12 Mbit/s.
The PROFIBUS DP interface can be operated as:
● DP slave, isochronous
● DP master, isochronous
● DP slave, not isochronous
● DP master, not isochronous
Both PROFIBUS DP interfaces are set by default for operation as master at address 2 at a
transmission rate of 1.5 Mbit/s. The PROFIBUS DP network is automatically detected and
generated for this setting.
However, you can select other settings. Such user-specific settings must be configured in
HW Config and NetPro.
3.3.4
Creating a new PROFIBUS DP subnet
The SIMOTION D410 device is networked using SIMOTION SCOUT. Set up your userspecific bus parameters for the PROFIBUS interface when you configure the network.
Note
The actions outlined below only need to be taken if you have not selected an interface when
integrating SIMOTION D410 into the project (cf. chapter "Integrating SIMOTION D410 into a
project").
Next, interconnect the programming device / PC using NetPro with the device, see the
chapter "Configuring the programming device / PC interface".
1. Double-click the "D410" entry in the Project Navigator in order to open HW Config.
2. Double-click the DP/MPI interface in the SIMOTION D410 representation in HW Config.
The "Properties - DP/MPI" dialog box opens.
3. Click "Properties" in the "General" tab to open the "PROFIBUS interface DP/MPI" dialog
box.
4. Click "New" to open the "Properties - New PROFIBUS Subnet" dialog box.
5. Name the new subnet, and then enter its properties in the "Network settings" tab, for
example, the transmission rate.
6. Click "OK" to accept the settings.
The new subnet is now displayed in the "Properties - PROFIBUS interface DP/MPI"
dialog box and is ready for being interconnected with the PROFIBUS DP interface.
7. Save and compile the changes.
The PROFIBUS subnet you created is displayed as a graphic object in HW Config.
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3.3.5
Setting the DP cycle and system cycle clocks
All system clocks for SIMOTION D410 DP are based on the DP cycle of SINAMICS
Integrated, which must be set in HW Config.
Double-click the SINAMICS block at the integrated PROFIBUS. The "DP Slave Properties"
dialog box opens. You can synchronize the DP cycle of SINAMICS Integrated in the
"Isochronous mode" tab.
Table 3-1
Range of values for SIMOTION D410 DP
DP cycle:
≥ 1 ms
Resolution:
0.125 ms
The PROFIBUS DP interface of the SIMOTION D410 DP supports operation at a DP cycle
time ≥ 1 ms, at a resolution of 0.125 ms. SINAMICS Integrated always runs in isochronous
mode. The cyclic tasks of SIMOTION are therefore always in synchronism with
SINAMICS Integrated.
The set DP cycle of SINAMICS Integrated is displayed as "Bus cycle" in the "System Clocks
- D410..." dialog box in SIMOTION SCOUT. Select the SIMOTION D410 DP in the project
tree, and then select the "Set system clocks" option in the "Target system" > "Expert" menu.
The table below shows the ratios you can set for the system clocks of SIMOTION D410 DP
based on the DP cycle.
Table 3-2
Possible factors between the system cycle clocks
Bus cycle: Servo cycle clock
Servo cycle clock: IPO
cycle
IPO cycle: IPO2 cycle
1 ... 4, 6, 8
1…6
2 … 64
The minimum configurable length of the servo cycle is 1 ms. In conjunction with technology
objects, a minimum servo cycle of 2 ms is recommended.
If you programmed the PROFIBUS DP interface for operation in isochronous master mode,
you must synchronize its DP cycle with the DP cycle of SINAMICS Integrated in HW Config.
The timebase for the system clocks is generated internally if the DP interface is operated in
isochronous or non-isochronous master mode. SIMOTION D410 does not have to
synchronize itself with an external cycle.
The PROFIBUS DP interface can also be operated in isochronous slave mode. In this
constellation system clocks are based on the clock signals received at the slave interface. A
substitute clock of a duration equivalent to the configured clock is generated internally if the
isochronous slave interface has not received a clock signal.
The clock settings are included in the project download to SIMOTION D410 DP and are
adjusted according to specification.
At a PROFIBUS DP interface operated in isochronous slave mode you can also step down
the clock ratio for synchronization with SINAMICS Integrated. This reduction of the clock
ratio at the isochronous slave interface for synchronization with SINAMICS Integrated allows
the operation of a DP cycle at the slave interface which is equivalent to an integer multiple
SINAMICS Integrated. You set up this reduction by configuring the SINAMICS Integrated
and DP interface cycles in HW Config. The rule is checked in HW Config.
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3.3.6
Rules for SIMOTION D410 DP
Rules for synchronizing the system clocks
You must conform to the following rules when setting the DP cycle and SINAMICS clocks:
1. The DP cycle must be an integer multiple of the current controller cycle. Error A01902 (2)
is reported in the drive if this rule is violated.
2. The master application cycle (T mapc), which corresponds to the servo cycle, must be an
integer multiple of the speed controller cycle. Error A01902 (7) is reported in the drive if
this rule is violated. The smallest-possible T mapc so results from the smallest common
multiple of the DP cycle and the speed controller cycle.
If the master application cycle = 1, this means that the DP cycle is also an integer multiple
of the speed controller cycle.
3. The DP cycle must be an integer multiple of the basic cycles r0110[x] (DRIVE-CLiQ basic
sampling rates). Error A01902 (13) is reported in the drive if this rule is violated.
Note
In addition to the rules mentioned, also observe the rules outlined below. These rules apply
both to SIMOTION D410 DP and to SIMOTION D410 PN!
An overview of errors reported in SINAMICS Integrated is provided in the SINAMICS S
Parameter Manual
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Rules for SIMOTION D410 DP
The general rule for SIMOTION D410 specifies that the DP cycle (D410 DP) forms the basic
clock of the cycle system. All cycles longer than this basic clock must be an integer multiple
of the basic clock.
This rule also applies to SINAMICS cycles, if one of the successive cycles is longer than the
basic clock:
● Speed controller p115[1]
● Flow controller p115[2]
● Setpoint channel p115[3]
● Position controller p115[4]
● Positioning p115[5]
● Technology controller (p0115[6])
● Onboard I/O p0799
● Terminal module I/O p4099
The corresponding cycle must be an integer multiple of the basic clock.
If any change to the DP cycle violates this rule you must also change the SINAMICS cycles.
In order to change the cycles in the Expert list of SIMOTION SCOUT, select the
"Control_Unit" from "SINAMICS_Integrated" in the Project Navigator, and then open the
"Expert List" by selecting the "Expert" command from the shortcut menu.
Example: A default value of 4 ms is set at the SINAMICS setpoint channel. If setting a DP
cycle of 3 ms you must set an integer multiple value as required at the setpoint channel, for
example, 3 ms or 6 ms.
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3.4
Configuring PROFINET (only for D410 PN)
3.4.1
General information about PROFINET communication
Overview
PROFINET is an open component-based industrial communication system using Ethernet
(IEC 61158) for distributed automation systems.
The PROFINET interface supports operation of SIMOTION D410 PN as IO controller and/or
as intelligent device.
PROFINET distinguishes between the controller and its assigned devices. Controller and
devices form a PROFINET IO system, comparable to a master-slave system on PROFIBUS.
SIMOTION D410 PN supports the following PROFINET communication methods:
● RT
● IRT
With IRT, a distinction is made between IRT with high flexibility and IRT with high
performance.
Additional references
Additional information pertaining to PROFINET communication is available in the SIMOTION
Communication System Manual.
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3.4.2
Operating SIMOTION D410 PN on PROFINET
PROFINET interfaces (X200, X201)
SIMOTION D410 PN provides a dual-port PROFINET interface (X200 and X201). The
interface supports transmission rates as high as 100 Mbit/s. It can also be operated
isochronous and equidistant. The autocrossing functionality means both crossed and
uncrossed cables can be used
A port has two integrated LEDs, a green LED and an orange LED. The following LED states
can occur:
Table 3-3
LED states of the LED on the port of the PROFINET interface
LEDs
State
Meaning
Green
LED off
No connection to an active partner exists.
Orange
LED on
A connection to an active partner exists.
LED off
No data is being exchanged.
LED flashing
Data is being exchanged over the port.
The LED flashes irregularly depending on the data
exchange,
i.e. the LED does not flash with a specific frequency.
Properties of PROFINET on SIMOTION D410 PN
SIMOTION D410 PN on PROFINET supports the following properties
● PROFINET specifies operation at 100 Mbit/s.
● The minimum send cycle is 0.5 ms, and the maximum is 4 ms.
● The setting accuracy for the send cycle is 125 μs.
The use of cycle reduction is possible for the D410. Detailed information concerning cycle
reduction is available in the SIMOTION SCOUT Communication System Manual.
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Initializing SIMOTION D410
SIMOTION D410 must be assigned an IP address and a device name in order to enable
downloading of the project. This is performed online on the SIMOTION device using the socalled "node initialization". To perform the node initialization, the programming device / PC
must be connected with the SIMOTION D410 PN. SIMOTION SCOUT must be open.
1. Click the "Reachable nodes" button on the SIMOTION SCOUT toolbar. The newly
opened "Reachable nodes" window shows the SIMOTION D410 device as "bus node"
with the address 0.0.0.0 and a name.
2. Select the "Bus node" entry and open the "Edit Ethernet node..." function in the context
menu. The "Edit Ethernet Node" dialog box opens.
3. Enter a name in the "Device name" field.
4. Click the "Assign name" button and confirm the displayed message with "OK."
5. Enter an appropriate IP address for the Ethernet subnet in the "IP address" field.
6. Enter an appropriate subnet mask for the Ethernet subnet in the "Subnet mask" field.
7. If required, enter the data for a network gateway.
8. Click "Assign IP Configuration". The entered data is assigned to the SIMOTION device.
9. Confirm the displayed message with "OK".
10.Click the "Close" button to close the "Edit Ethernet Node" window.
11.Click the "Update" button in the "Reachable Nodes" window. The SIMOTION D410
device is now displayed as "Geraet_01" with the type designation of the device and the
assigned IP address.
12.Click the "Close" button to close the "Reachable Nodes" window.
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Reading the IP address
To fetch the IP address, the SIMOTION SCOUT must be in online mode.
The IP address of SIMOTION D410 PN can be viewed in SIMOTION SCOUT as follows:
1. Establish an online connection to the SIMOTION D410.
2. Right-click the SIMOTION device in SIMOTION SCOUT.
3. Select the "Target device > Device Diagnostics" command from the shortcut menu.
The address is displayed as follows, for example:
Figure 3-3
Reading the IP address
Note
The MAC address is available on the rating plate on the front panel of the module.
Changing the IP address, device name, network gateway
Set the IP address, the subnet mask and, if necessary, the data for a gateway (router
address) in order to enable communication over PROFINET with SIMOTION D410.
If you want to change the properties in the PROFINET subnet, you can change them using
the "Reachable nodes" function in SIMOTION SCOUT or in the HW Config.
The "Reachable nodes" function with SIMOTION SCOUT is described in the "SIMOTION
D410 initialization" section.
To configure and transfer the properties in HW Config, proceed as follows:
1. Open your project in SIMOTION SCOUT.
2. Open HW Config. Double-click the PROFINET interface to open the "Properties" dialog
box.
3. Click "Properties". The "Properties - Ethernet Interface" dialog box opens.
4. Click "New". The "New Subnet Industrial Ethernet" dialog box opens. Rename the new
subnet, or accept the default name by clicking "OK".
5. Select the new Ethernet subnet which is now displayed in the "Properties - Ethernet
Interface" dialog box.
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6. Define your addresses in the "IP address" and "Subnet mask" fields of the "Properties Ethernet Interface" dialog box. Change to the "Network node" field and define whether
you are going to use a router and, if yes, enter the router address. Confirm with "OK".
7. Close the "Properties" dialog by clicking "OK".
8. Save and compile the modified hardware configuration.
9. Download the new hardware configuration on PROFINET to your SIMOTION D410.
3.4.3
Setting the send cycles and system clocks
Prerequisite
If, for the PROFINET interface, IRT (high performance) is not configured as the RT class, but
no data is being transferred (no Controller-Controller cross-traffic, or no synchronized IO
device in the internal IO system), the DP cycle of SINAMICS Integrated forms the basis of all
clock settings for SIMOTION D410 PN.
Setting the DP cycle in HW Config
Set the DP cycle of SINAMICS Integrated in HW Config. Double-click the SINAMICS block at
the integrated PROFIBUS. The "DP Slave Properties" dialog box opens. You can
synchronize the DP cycle of SINAMICS Integrated in the "Isochronous mode" tab.
Table 3-4
Range of values for SIMOTION D410 PN
DP cycle:
≥ 1 ms
Resolution:
0.125 ms
SINAMICS Integrated always operates in isochronous mode. The cyclic tasks of SIMOTION
are therefore always in synchronism with SINAMICS Integrated.
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Setting the send cycle in HW Config
The PROFINET send cycle always forms the basis of the SIMOTION cycles if RT class IRT
is set and data is in actual fact transferred. Set the send cycle in the "Domain Management"
dialog box of HW Config. Open this dialog by selecting the "Edit" > "PROFINET IO" >
"Domain Management ..." command in HW Config.
The set PROFINET send cycle is displayed in SIMOTION SCOUT as "Bus cycle" in the
"System Clocks - D410..." dialog box. Select the SIMOTION D410 PN in the project tree, and
then select the "Set system clocks" option in the "Target system" > "Expert" menu.
The PROFINET interface supports send cycle times within the range 0.5 ms < send cycle <
4 ms. The maximum configurable resolution is 0.125 ms.
The table below shows which ratios you can set for the system clocks of SIMOTION D410
PN based on the DP cycle of SINAMICS Integrated or on the PROFINET send cycle.
Table 3-5
Possible factors for setting the system clocks
DP cycle / send cycle: Servo cycle clock
Servo cycle clock: IPO
cycle
IPO cycle: IPO2 cycle
1 ... 4, 6, 8
1 ... 6
2 ... 64
The minimum configurable length of the servo cycle is 1 ms. In conjunction with technology
objects, a minimum servo cycle of 2 ms is recommended.
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3.4.4
Rules for SIMOTION D410 PN
Rules for using the PROFINET send cycle
If the PROFINET send cycle is the basis for the cycles, ensure that the DP cycle of the
SINAMICS Integrated and the servo cycle are equal.
The timebase for the system clocks are generated internally if the PROFINET interface is not
operated with RT class IRT with high performance or IRT with high performance is set, but
no data is being transferred. This also applies if the PROFINET interface is operated as
synchronization master with RT class IRT with high performance and data is being
transferred. The SIMOTION device does not have to synchronize itself with an external
cycle.
The basis for system clocks is derived from the clock signals received at the PROFINET
interface if this interface is operated as synchronization slave with RT class IRT with high
performance. The SIMOTION device does not have to synchronize itself with this external
clock.
A substitute clock of a duration equivalent to the configured clock is generated internally if
the PROFINET interface has not received a clock signal.
The clock settings are included in the project download to the SIMOTION device and are
adjusted according to specification.
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Rules for SIMOTION D410 PN
The general rule for SIMOTION D410 specifies that the send cycle (D410 PN) forms the
basic clock of the cycle system. All cycles longer than this basic clock must be an integer
multiple of the basic clock.
This rule also applies to SINAMICS cycles, if one of the successive cycles is longer than the
basic clock:
● Speed controller p115[1]
● Flow controller p115[2]
● Setpoint channel p115[3]
● Position controller p115[4]
● Positioning p115[5]
● Technology controller (p0115[6])
● Onboard I/O p0799
● Terminal module I/O p4099
The corresponding cycle must be an integer multiple of the basic clock.
If any change to the send cycle violates this rule you must also change the SINAMICS
cycles. In order to change the cycles in the Expert list of SIMOTION SCOUT, select the
"Control_Unit" from "SINAMICS_Integrated" in the Project Navigator, and then open the
"Expert List" by selecting the "Expert" command from the shortcut menu.
Example: A default value of 4 ms is set at the SINAMICS setpoint channel. If setting a DP
cycle of 3 ms you must set an integer multiple value as required at the setpoint channel, for
example, 3 ms or 6 ms.
Note
An overview of errors reported in SINAMICS Integrated is provided in the SINAMICS S
Parameter Manual
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4.1
4
Overview of commissioning
Prerequisites
Prerequisites for commissioning the SIMOTION D410:
● The system has been connected and wired.
● The SIMOTION D410 is switched on and started up (STOP state).
● SIMOTION SCOUT (with integrated STARTER) has been installed and started on the
programming device / PC.
● Communication between the SIMOTION D410 and the programming device / PC is
configured.
● You have created a project and installed a SIMOTION D410 in the project.
NOTICE
For the SIMOTION D410, a reset of the drive must not be set using the expert list of the
control unit in the p972 parameter (drive unit reset). This causes SIMOTION D410
malfunction, the RDY, RUN/STOP and SF/BF LEDs glow red. In this fault situation, the
SIMOTION D410 must be switched off and on again.
Commissioning steps
This chapter describes the steps in configuring the plant and testing the configured standalone drive and axis. The steps in commissioning are listed below in the order as
recommended:
1. Configuring SINAMICS Integrated
The integrated drive SINAMICS Integrated can be configured in offline or online mode:
– Offline configuration
All components and their order number must be known for the offline configuration.
– Online configuration
The configuration in online mode allows you to upload all information of the connected
DRIVE-CLiQ components to your user project.
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2. Creating an axis
3. Using the digital I/O
4. Optionally, use TMx, DMC20 or other encoders
5. Testing the configured drive
6. Testing the configured axis
Observe the corresponding references.
4.2
Configuring the system in offline mode
4.2.1
Overview
Prerequisites for offline configuration
● All components and their order number must be known for the offline configuration.
● You created a project in SIMOTION SCOUT and added a SIMOTION D410 to the project.
● You configured the communication between the programming device / PC and
SIMOTION D410.
Procedure
Steps involved in offline configuring:
● Calling the Drive Wizard
● Configuring the components
● Aligning the HW Config
● Downloading the project to SIMOTION D410
Note
You can configure all available terminal modules such as TM15 in the course of the
offline configuration, for example.
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4.2.2
Accessing the drive wizard
Integrated drive
SIMOTION D410 features an integrated SINAMICS S120 drive (control unit) which is
automatically included when you insert the SIMOTION D410 in the Project Navigator. The
integrated drive must be operated in equidistant, isochronous mode using PROFIdrivecompliant message frame types.
The integrated drive and its associated modules (SINAMICS S120 motor modules, for
example) are configured using the Drive Wizard of the integrated STARTER in SIMOTION
SCOUT.
Note
Observe all necessary safety information and wiring rules in the corresponding current
SINAMICS S120 documentation.
Procedure
Select the "SINAMICS_Integrated" > "Configure drive unit" drive element in the Project
Navigator to open the Drive Wizard.
You can configure the following components:
● Power unit (e.g. SINAMICS S120 PM340 power module)
● Motor
● Encoder
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4.2.3
Configuring the components
Procedure
1. Enter a drive name in the "Drive Properties" dialog box and select the drive type (servo or
vector).
Figure 4-1
Drive properties
2. You can select the function modules and the control mode in the "Open-loop Control
Structure" dialog box.
Figure 4-2
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3. Select your motor module by order number from the list shown in the "Power Unit" dialog
box.
Figure 4-3
Selecting a power unit
4. Select in the "Power unit supplementary data" dialog the component added to the power
unit.
The selection of the component depends on the construction type.
– D410 DP with D410 PN: The SIMOTION D410 snapped directly onto the PM340
power module
– CUA31 or CUA32: The CUA3x snapped directly onto the PM340. The D410 is
mounted individually on a mounting plate. The D410 is connected with the CUA3x
using a DRIVE-CLiQ cable.
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Figure 4-4
Selecting an adapter module
5. Select the motor and possibly the motor type in the next dialog box.
Figure 4-5
Selecting a motor
6. Select a motor holding brake (if installed).
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Figure 4-6
Selecting a motor holding brake
7. Select the encoder order number in the "Encoder selection by motor order number" if
using a motor that is not equipped with a DRIVE-CLiQ interface.
Figure 4-7
Selecting the encoder order number
8. In the following dialog, select the PROFIBUS message frame.
The following message frames can be used, for example, in conjunction with SINAMICS
S120 drives:
– SIEMENS message frame 105, PSD-10/10: Dynamic life sign, torque reduction,
encoder data for an encoder, dynamic drive control (DSC)
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– SIEMENS message frame 106, PSD-11/15: Dynamic life sign, torque reduction,
encoder data for two encoders, dynamic drive control (DSC)
Advantages of DSC (compared to a position controller in the control unit):
● Higher Kv (position controller gain) possible
● Larger bandwidth and consequently higher dynamic response
● Shorter response times for disturbance characteristic
The DSC dynamic drive control can be used for the SIEMENS message frame 105, PSD10/10 and SIEMENS message frame 106, PSD-11/15. The DSC is activated by default for
the configuration of the axis using the Drive Wizard.
Detailed information for the various message frame types is contained in the Motion Control,
Electrical/Hydraulic Axis Technology Object, External Encoder function manual.
Figure 4-8
Selecting the PROFIBUS message frame
A "Summary" dialog box opens with a listing of all settings after you completed all settings in
the Drive Wizard. You can now choose to activate your settings by clicking "Finish", or to
return to the component configuration for further editing.
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Figure 4-9
Finishing the drive
The configured drive is displayed in the Project Navigator. An overview of your configured
SINAMICS components is available in the "SINAMICS_Integrated" > "Topology" dialog.
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4.2.4
Aligning HW Config
After having completed the configuration of all SINAMICS components, align the data with
HW Config.
Proceed as follows:
1. Open the "Configuration" entry in the "SINAMICS_Integrated" tree in the Project
Navigator. The "SINAMICS_Integrated - Configuration" dialog box opens with a list of
configured drive objects.
The question marks in the I/O address fields indicate that you have not yet defined the
I/O addresses of the drive objects.
Figure 4-10
Configuration prior to HW Config alignment
Note
Drive objects without address must be positioned at the end of the list, for otherwise it is
not possible to align HW Config ("Align with HW Config"). To move the order of a drive
object without address, select the associated drive object and move it downwards using
the arrow key.
2. Click "Align with HW Config" in order to assign addresses to the configured components.
The addresses are written to HW Config.
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Figure 4-11
Configuration after HW Config alignment
Note
Repeat the HW Config alignment if the message frames for SINAMICS Integrated were
changed. The addresses are not updated automatically.
4.2.5
Downloading the project to SIMOTION D410
Procedure for downloading a project into the target system
1. Save and compile the project.
2. Go online to SIMOTION D410.
3. Select the "Download project to target system" command to download the project to
SIMOTION D410. The connection to SINAMICS Integrated is activated automatically.
The drive has been assigned parameters and commissioned. You can now test the drive
using the drive control panel.
Note
Online access to SINAMICS Integrated is not possible if HW Config is not loaded at the time
you initially connect to the target system.
Download the data to HW Config in order to enable online access to SINAMICS Integrated.
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Procedure for downloading a created project to the CF card
You can use a card reader to also write the entire project to the CF Card in offline mode. In
the SIMOTION SCOUT, you can call the "Download to the file system" function in the
context menu of the SIMOTION device.
1. Save and compile the project.
2. Switch off the SIMOTION D410.
3. Remove the CF card and insert it in a card adapter. The card adapter must be connected
with a programming device / PC.
4. Select in the SCOUT project the SIMOTION D410 device that you want to download to
the CF card.
5. Click "Download to the file system" in the context menu. A dialog box opens.
6. Click the "Select target" button in the "Download to the file system" dialog box.
7. Select the target drive.
8. Confirm your entries with "OK". The data will be written to the CF card.
9. Remove the CF card and insert it in the D410 slot.
10.Switch on the D410. The D410 starts with the downloaded project.
Note
The initial startup from the CompactFlash Card you configured in offline mode takes
longer.
The firmware of the SINAMICS component is updated automatically if any higher
firmware version is found on the CF card. Observe any messages and alarms in the
details window of the SIMOTION SCOUT after a firmware update. After having updated
the firmware of a SINAMICS component, go offline and then switch off the power supply
of the upgraded component (Power Off/On).
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4.3
Configuring the system in online mode
4.3.1
Overview
Introduction
You can configure the plant in online mode after having completed its wiring. You can upload
the data of SINAMICS components connected via DRIVE-CLiQ to your programming device
/ PC using the "Automatic configuration" function. However, this functionality is only available
within the initial commissioning phase.
Note
Components without DRIVE-CLiQ connection must be edited in offline mode. You may need
to edit DRIVE-CLiQ components which were detected in the course of automatic
configuration (for example, adding encoder data if using SMC modules).
Prerequisites for online configuration
● You created a project in SIMOTION SCOUT and added a SIMOTION D410 to the project.
● You configured the communication between the the programming device / PC and
SIMOTION D410.
Procedure
Steps involved in offline configuring:
● Establishing the online connection
● Starting automatic configuration
● Configuring SINAMICS components
● Aligning HW Config
● Downloading the project to SIMOTION D410
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4.3.2
Establishing the online connection
The procedure for an initial commissioning follows.
To perform an online configuration, you must establish an online connection to the
SIMOTION D410. In this case, no connection can yet be established to SINAMICS
Integrated. An appropriate message is output. Once the hardware configuration has been
loaded into the target device, an online connection to the SINAMICS Integrated is
established automatically. Proceed as follows:
1. Save and compile the project.
2. Establish an online connection.
3. Select the SIMOTION D410 device in the Project Navigator.
Note
Ensure that you use the "Download to the target device" function rather than "Download
to the target system". An automatic commissioning is no longer possible after "Download
to the target system". If "Download to the target system" has been used, "Restore factory
settings" must be performed on the drive element in order to start an automatic
commissioning afterwards.
4. Use the "Download to the target device" function to download the SIMOTION D410
device into the target device. The connection to SINAMICS Integrated is activated
automatically.
You can now run the automatic configuration at SINAMICS Integrated. For details, see
Section Starting automatic configuration (Page 75).
Additional references
Further information about establishing an online connection to the programming device / PC
is contained in the following documentation:
● SIMOTION SCOUT Configuration Manual
● SIMOTION SCOUT Online Help
● In FAQ on the "Utilities & Applications" CD
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4.3.3
Starting automatic configuration
Prerequisites
● You activated the online connection to SINAMICS Integrated.
● You have not yet configured any drive objects.
● The default settings of SINAMICS Integrated were activated.
Right-click SINAMICS Integrated" and select the "Target device" > "Restore defaults"
command from the shortcut menu in SIMOTION SCOUT in order to restore the factory
settings.
Procedure
1. Open the "Automatic Configuration" dialog box by selecting the "SINAMICS_Integrated >
Automatic configuration" command in the Project Navigator.
Figure 4-12
Starting automatic configuration
2. Click "Start automatic configuration".
The "Drive Object Type" dialog box opens.
Figure 4-13
Selecting the drive object type
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3. Select either a servo or a vector drive object.
4. Click "Close" to complete automatic configuration.
The configuration data is uploaded (Upload to PG) automatically as soon as automatic
commissioning is completed.
Note
If the firmware of the SINAMICS components differs from the firmware on the CF card,
the firmware of the SINAMICS components will be upgraded automatically.
5. Click "Close" to exit automatic configuration.
Figure 4-14
Automatic configuration completed
6. Perform the "Copy RAM to ROM ..." function on the D410 and on SINAMICS Integrated.
This saves the project on the CF card and does not need to be reloaded after a switchon/switch-off.
Note
After having updated the firmware of a SINAMICS component, go offline and then switch
off the power supply of the upgraded component (Power Off/On).
Result
The DRIVE-CLiQ components transferred to the user project by means of the automatic
configuration are displayed in the Project Navigator.
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Figure 4-15
Project Navigator with the downloaded DRIVE-CLiQ components
You must then define the axis message frame and possibly edit the SINAMICS components
(e.g. components without DRIVE-CLiQ interface and an encoder connected to the onboard
encoder interface).
See also
Editing SINAMICS components (Page 77)
4.3.4
Editing SINAMICS components
Prerequisites
● You have uploaded all connected DRIVE-CLiQ components to the user project.
● You shut down the connection to the target system (offline mode).
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Procedure
Now go ahead and adapt your components to suit the application.
Run the wizards for all DRIVE-CLiQ components to be customized and configure the motor,
encoder, and process data message frames (PROFIBUS message frame type).
This procedure corresponds with the description in chapter "Configuring the system in offline
mode".
Note
If only the message frame type needs to be selected for the edit, you can also set this in the
"Configuration" screen form of the drive element. A HW Config match is then required.
Configuring the system in offline mode (Page 62)
4.3.5
Aligning HW Config
See also
Aligning HW Config (Page 70)
4.3.6
Download the project to SIMOTION D410
After having aligned HW Config, download the configuration to SINAMICS Integrated.
1. Save and compile the project.
2. Go online to SIMOTION D410.
3. Select the "Download project to target system" command to download the project to
SIMOTION D410. The connection to SINAMICS Integrated is activated automatically.
Drive programming and commissioning is completed. You can now test the drive using the
drive control panel.
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4.4
Creating an axis
Overview
The SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System can be used to insert axes in your project.
1. Start a session of the Axis Wizard in order to configure the axes and interconnect these
with the SINAMICS Integrated drive.
2. Insert your user programs into the project.
3. Compile the project and download it to SIMOTION D410.
Note
Note that only one real axis can be used on a SIMOTION D410.
Creating an axis using the Axis Wizard
Axes are integrated as technology objects (TOs) in SIMOTION. Create the axis with
corresponding settings under the SIMOTION D410 and then interconnect it with
SINAMICS Integrated.
How to insert an axis:
1. Double-click the "Axis > Insert Axis" entry in the Project Navigator.
This opens the Axis Wizard.
Figure 4-16
Inserting an axis
2. Name the axis TO in the "Insert Axis" dialog box, select the technology and save and
confirm your entries with "OK".
3. Continue the Axis Configuration Wizard and enter your system settings until the "Drive
Assignment" dialog box opens.
4. Click "Align SINAMICS devices..." to open the "Device Alignment" dialog box.
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5. Select the drive to be aligned (SINAMICS Integrated) in this dialog box and then click
"Align".
The addresses are assigned to the configured components and entered in HW Config.
Note
This device alignment is only necessary if not already done in the course of drive
commissioning. This shows that no interconnectable drive of the SINAMICS Integrated
type is displayed.
Figure 4-17
Assigning a drive
6. Select a drive unit in the "Drive Assignment" dialog box. Normally only a SINAMICS
Integrated drive will be offered. Exception: A D410 has been configured, for example,
with a hydraulic axis. You have already defined the message frame type in the previous
steps and so only need to accept it. To do this, click the "Accept data from the drive"
button to transfer the SINAMICS Integrated values in the axis wizards.
7. Select the encoder from the "Encoder Assignment" dialog box and then adapt its
properties. Click the "Accept data from the drive" button to transfer the SINAMICS
Integrated values in the axis wizards.
Note
For motors with DRIVE-CLiQ interface, a "Accept data from the drive" automatically
transfers the determined drive and encoder data (e.g. encoder type). This requires that
the data has already been fetched from the attached devices. Namely, an offline
configuration has already been used to establish an online connection or an online
configuration has been performed.
8. Complete the Axis Wizard session.
The configured axis is displayed in the Project Navigator. After having downloaded it to the
target system, you can test the axis using the axis or drive control panel.
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4.5
Integrating additional encoders (optional)
4.5.1
General information
SIMOTION D410 provides the option of integrating and configuring further encoders in
addition to the motor encoder.
The following encoders are supported for operation with SIMOTION D410:
● Encoders with DRIVE-CLiQ interface
● Encoders connected to SIMOTION D410 using the onboard encoder interface (X23)
● Encoders connected to SIMOTION D410 using an SMx module
● Encoders connected using PROFIBUS or PROFINET
Prerequisite
SIMOTION D410 features a DRIVE-CLiQ X100 interface for connecting an encoder. An
additional encoder can be connected, for example, using the on-board encoder interface
(X23).
Configuring two encoders
The second encoder can be used at SIMOTION D410, for example, as:
● Machine encoder (second encoder)
● External encoder.
The external encoder can be used, for example, to measure an actual position value directly
on a geared motor. If operating with a second encoder as machine encoder you can work
with encoder changeover.
Configuring tasks
Encoders connected using PROFIBUS or PROFINET are configured only for SIMOTION.
Encoders connected using SMx, DRIVE-CLiQ or the onboard encoder interface, must be
configured for the drive (SINAMICS Integrated) and SIMOTION.
Configure this additional encoder on drive side (SINAMICS Integrated) and in SIMOTION:
1. Configure the encoder interface on the drive side (second encoder)
2. Configuring a second encoder for a TO axis in SIMOTION
3. Configuring an external encoder in SIMOTION
These steps in configuring are described in the next section.
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4.5.2
Configure the encoder interface on the drive side
Prerequisite
You configured the drive with an encoder in the Drive Wizard.
Procedure
1. Open the "Configuration" entry of your drive by selecting the "SINAMICS_Integrated" >
Drives" command in the Project Navigator. The "Configuration" dialog box opens.
2. Click "Configure DDS..." to open the Drive Wizard.
3. Step the Drive Wizard forward until the "SINAMICS_Integrated - Encoders" dialog box
opens.
4. Select the "Encoder 2" option in this dialog. The dialog box displays a list of available
encoders.
5. Select for "encoder evaluation":
– SMx for the encoder connection using DRIVE-CLiQ / SMx
– D410 DP (or D410 PN) for the encoder connection using the onboard encoder
interface
Figure 4-18
Selecting the internal encoder interface
6. Select the connected encoder and confirm with "Continue".
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7. In the "Configuration - SINAMICS Integrated - PROFIBUS (drive) Process Data
Exchange" dialog box, select a message frame that supports the transmission of two
encoder values (e.g. SIEMENS message frame 106, PSD-11/15).
8. Click "Continue" to complete the Drive Wizard.
9. Click "Transfer to HW Config" in the "SINAMICS_Integrated - Configuration" dialog box in
order to align HW Config.
The drive is configured for operation with two encoders.
4.5.3
Configuring a second encoder for a TO axis in SIMOTION
Requirements
● You have configured a drive with two encoders as specified in Section Configure the
encoder interface on the drive side (Page 82).
● The set message frame supports the transmission of two encoder values.
● The configuration of the PROFIBUS message frames has been matched with HW Config.
Procedure
1. In the Project Navigator, open the Axis Wizard of the axis.
2. In the "Drive Assignment" dialog box, select the same message that you have already
used to configure the second encoder on the SINAMICS Integrated or in the "SINAMICS
Integrated > Configuration" screen form (e.g. SIEMENS message frame 106, PSD11/15).
3. Complete the Axis Wizard session.
You have configured a second encoder for an axis TO in SIMOTION. The set message
frame type now allows you to use the value of a second encoder.
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4.5.4
Configuring external encoders in SIMOTION
Prerequisite
Encoder using PROFIBUS/PROFINET
You have used HW Config to configure an encoder on the PROFIBUS or PROFINET. Two
different possibilities are available for the encoder connection:
● Encoder interconnection using a PROFIdrive message frame (encoder with message
frame type 81)
● Encoder interface as a direct value in the I/O area
Detailed information is contained in the "SIMOTION TO Axis, Electric/Hydraulic, External
Encoder" Function Manual
Encoder on the drive
You configured a drive with two encoders, and then an electric axis with the PROFIBUS
message frame to be used.
Procedure
1. Open the wizard for configuring an external encoder by selecting the "External Encoders"
> "Insert external encoder" folder in the Project Navigator.
2. Assign a name in the "Inserting an external encoder" screen form and, if required, enter
the author and version.
3. Execute the wizard for the encoder configuration and enter the appropriate values in the
screen forms.
The external encoder is now configured and uses the second value which is transferred by
means of the selected PROFIBUS message frame.
Additional references
Detailed information for the external encoder is contained in the SIMOTION SCOUT TO
Axis, Electric/Hydraulic, External Encoder Function Manual.
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4.6
Using drive-related I/Os by SIMOTION
4.6.1
Onboard I/Os and terminal modules configuration overview
Using SINAMICS I/Os by SIMOTION
Digital inputs/outputs (I/Os) assigned to SINAMICS can be used completely or partially by
SIMOTION. Examples here are the use of terminal modules (TMs) or onboard I/Os of the
D410. To allow the I/Os to be used by SIMOTION, the input and output data must be
transferred using message frames. This message frame configuration is used to represent
the I/Os in the logical address space of SIMOTION and so can be used by a SIMOTION
application. The BICO interconnections on the drive specify which I/Os are represented on
the message frame.
These BICO interconnections can be:
● Freely defined (free message frame configuration; message frame extension).
● Permanently defined (standard message frames, e.g. message frame 39x; axis message
frames). . .)
● Configuration dependent (TM15/TM17 High Feature).
The access to the message frame for SIMOTION D410 is made using I/O variables or
input/output addresses. Depending how the I/Os are to be used, various configuration
possibilities are appropriate:
Table 4-1
Use of I/Os by SIMOTION, overview
Configuration
Description
Applications
Use of message frame
39x
Possible only for D410 onboard
I/Os. The 39x message frames can
be used by SIMOTION to access
the onboard I/Os of the D410.
Configuration when, for example, •
all SIMOTION I/Os are to be
used. Use of:
•
• High-speed outputs of output
cams
• Global measuring inputs
Onboard I/Os on
the D410
Onboard I/Os on
CU310 (no highspeed outputs for
output cams)
Free message frame
configuration with
P915/P916
For the TM15/TM17 High Feature,
when the module is created, an
automatic interconnection to a
"free message frame with
P915/P916" is made. This means
TMs are available exclusively for
SIMOTION.
Use of TM15 and TM17 High
Feature for:
• High-speed DI/DO
• Outputs of output cam
• Probe inputs
•
•
TM15
TM17 High
Feature
Preferred solution when I/Os are
to be divided between
SIMOTION and SINAMICS and
a module view is preferred. The
message frame, for example, is
created on a drive object (for
example, on a TM or a control
unit).
•
Onboard I/Os on
the D410
Onboard I/Os on
CU310
TM15 DI/DO
TM31
TM41
(TM15/TM17 High
Feature special case)
Configuring free message Dedicated message frame for the
frames by means of BICO data transmission are assigned to
the associated drive objects. The
"free message frame configuration
using BICO", message frame 999,
is used for the data transmission
here.
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•
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Configuration
Description
Applications
Supported I/Os
(drive objects)
Expanding a message
frame
For the data transmission of the I/O
data, existing message frames are
extended with the process status
data (PSD). These additional PSDs
must then be interconnected using
BICO.
Preferred solution when I/Os are
to be divided between
SIMOTION and SINAMICS and,
for example, an axis view is
preferred. (Drive-related I/Os are
appended to each axis message
frame.)
•
•
•
•
•
Onboard I/Os on
the D410
Onboard I/Os on
CU310
TM15 DI/DO
TM31
TM41
Note
The module hardware for TM15 and TM15 DI/DO is identical. The differentiation is made
only with the addition of the component in the Project Navigator of the SIMOTION SCOUT
using "Inserting input/output component".
Further information about the TM15 and TM17 High Feature is contained in the TM15 and
TM17 High Feature Commissioning Manual.
Note
The "free message frame configuration using BICO" and the "message frame extension"
allow you to use inputs/outputs channel-granular by SIMOTION or SINAMICS.
For message frame 39x, however, all onboard terminals are interconnected automatically to
message frame 39x using BICO interconnections and so available only for SIMOTION. The
following is true:
• All onboard I/Os configured as digital output for the drive are only available for
SIMOTION, i.e. they can no longer be used by SINAMICS.
• Digital inputs can be used by SIMOTION and SINAMICS.
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4.6.2
Use of message frame 39x
The following section describes the configuration of the onboard I/Os of a SIMOTION D410.
The configuration of the onboard I/Os of a CU310 connected to a SIMOTION controller is
performed similarly. With the exception of the "high-speed output cams / DOs", the same
functionality is available for a CU310 as the D410.
Functionality of the 390, 391 and 392 message frames
The onboard I/Os of the D410 assigned to SINAMICS can be used by SIMOTION with the
39x message frames. This functionality is available as of SIMOTION V4.1, SP1. If a
message frame 39x is set, however, all the onboard I/Os are interconnected automatically to
this message frame 39x using BICO interconnections and so available for SIMOTION. All
onboard I/Os of a control unit parameterized as digital output, e.g. D410s are available only
for SIMOTION. Digital inputs can be used by both SIMOTION and SINAMICS.
In addition to the use of the onboard I/Os, the 39x message frame permits the use of:
● High-speed outputs for output cams and high-speed digital outputs (DO)
● "Global" measuring inputs
● The control and status word of the control unit (CU_STW, CU_ZSW)
Depending on the selected 39x message frame, various functionalities can be used with
SIMOTION D.
Table 4-2
Functionality of the 390, 391 and 392 message frames, overview
Concise
Functionality available on the DI/DO of the D410
390
•
•
•
CU_STW, CU_ZSW
I/O access to the DIs and DOs
Maximum of four high-speed output cams / DOs
391
•
•
•
•
CU_STW, CU_ZSW
I/O access to the DIs and DOs
Maximum of four high-speed output cams / DOs
Maximum of two inputs for measuring inputs (global measuring inputs)
392
•
•
•
•
CU_STW, CU_ZSW
I/O access to the DIs and DOs
Maximum of four high-speed output cams / DOs
Maximum of three inputs for measuring inputs (global measuring inputs)
Because the same terminals are used, the maximum "high-speed output cams / DOs"
quantity framework reduces by the number of used inputs for measuring inputs.
The configuration of local measuring inputs does not require the configuration of message
frame 39x.
Message frame 39x configuration
The following requirements must be satisfied:
● A SCOUT project has been created
● The D410 has been created
● A SINAMICS Integrated drive has been configured
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Proceed as follows:
1. In the Project Navigator, double-click the "Configuration" entry under "SINAMICS
Integrated". In the workarea, the "PROFIBUS message frame" tab is displayed in the
"SINAMICS Integrated - Configuration" dialog box.
2. Select the message frame type (SIEMENS message frame 390, 391 or 392) for the
control unit.
3. Click the "Transfer to HW Config" button to transfer the message frame data to hardware
configuration.
A message frame 39x is configured for the D410 control unit. The address area of the
message frame is displayed in "SINAMICS_Integrated – Configuration" dialog. The 39x
message frame configuration automatically makes the BICO interconnections for the DI and
DI/DO which are then available for SIMOTION.
Figure 4-19
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Use of the onboard I/O by SIMOTION
For DI/DO channels, the terminal status of the output can be fetched back using the input
(DI).
The 390 message frame transfers in PSD1 the control and status word of the control unit
and in PSD2 the status of the onboard inputs/outputs.
For the 391 and 392 message frames, additional control and status information for the global
measuring inputs is transferred. The content of these PSD3 to PSD15 is used exclusively by
the measuring input technology object.
Table 4-3
D410 assignment of the addresses: Control/status word and onboard I/Os
PSD
Logical hardware address and bit number:
Input
Output
PSD1
Start address message frame 39x + 0
CU_ZSW
CU_STW
PSD2
Start address message frame 39x + 2, bit 0
Start address message frame 39x + 2, bit 1
Start address message frame 39x + 2, bit 2
Start address message frame 39x + 2, bit 3
DI 0
DI 1
DI 2
DI 3
–
–
–
–
Start address message frame 39x + 3, bit 0
Start address message frame 39x + 3, bit 1
Start address message frame 39x + 3, bit 2
Start address message frame 39x + 3, bit 3
DI 8
DI 9
DI 10
DI 11
DO 8
DO 9
DO 10
DO 11
PSD3
Start address message frame 39x + 4
Used internal for global measuring
inputs
(only for message frame 391, 392)
–
PSD4-7
Start address message frame 39x + +6
Used internal for global measuring
inputs 1 to 2
(only for message frame 391, 392)
–
PSD8-15
Start address message frame 39x + +10
Used internal for global measuring
input 3
(only for message frame 392)
–
To allow access by the I/Os to the individual PSDs, I/O variables must be created in
SIMOTION. For this purpose, the input/output addresses displayed in the "PROFIBUS
message frame" tab in the "SINAMICS Integrated - Configuration" dialog box are required.
The following figure shows an example of I/Os created in SCOUT: In this example, the start
address of the 390 message frame for the input and output data is each 276.
Figure 4-20
Example: Access to message frame 390 using I/O variables.
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Configuring DI/DO as input or output
When a DI/DO is to be used as digital input or digital output, interconnection screen forms
can be used for configuring.
Proceed as follows:
1. Double-click the "Inputs/outputs" entry below the SINAMICS_Integrated > Control Unit in
the Project Navigator.
2. Click the "Bidirectional digital inputs/outputs" tab.
3. In this tab, configure the required inputs or outputs.
Figure 4-21
Configuring DI/DOs as input or output
The configuration can also be set channel-granular on the p728 parameter using the expert
list of the control unit.
Note
When the 39x message frames are used, a HW Config must always be performed after
changes have been made to onboard I/O-relevant parameters. "Download to the target
system" must then be used to download the changed configuration data into the target
device. The matching is always made only for the associated selected control unit and not
project-global.
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4.6.3
Free message frame configuring with P915/P916 (only TM15/TM17 High Feature)
The TM15 and TM17 High Feature terminal modules are connected to the control unit using
the DRIVE-CLiQ interface. This assigns the terminal modules to the SINAMICS. When a
TM15 or TM17 High Feature is added to SIMOTION SCOUT, an automatic interconnection
to a "free message frame with P915/P916" is made. Other interconnection possibilities exist.
Not for TM15 (but not TM15 DI/DO) and TM17 High Feature.
The structure and the length of the message frame depends on the configured properties of
the inputs and outputs. The I/O channels can be parameterized as digital input, digital
output, input for measuring input or output for output cam.
The automatic interconnection of the message frame means the functionality of the modules
can only be used by SIMOTION and is controlled from the SIMOTION user program using
input/output addresses or I/O variables. A drive-side configuring using BICO / DCC
SINAMICS is not possible.
Additional references
Additional information about this topic is available in the following documents:
● To configure TM15 and TM17 High Feature, refer to the TM15 and TM17 High Feature
Commissioning Manual.
● To configure output cams and measuring inputs, refer to the SIMOTION Motion Control
Output Cams and Measuring Inputs Function Manual.
● For the I/O processing with TM15 and TM17 High Feature (timing, classification in the
task system), refer to the SIMOTION SCOUT Basic Functions Function Manual.
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4.6.4
Configuring free message frames by means of BICO
Overview
For the "free message frame configuring using BICO", dedicated message frames for the
data transmission are assigned to the associated drive objects (e.g. terminal modules).
Message frame type: Free message frame configuring using BICO (only slaves)
To allow SIMOTION to access the SINAMICS drive signals, e.g. I/Os, they must be
interconnected to the SINAMICS using BICO to the message frame. The "free message
frame configuring using" is a preferred solution when I/Os are to be divided channel-granular
between SIMOTION and SINAMICS and a module view is preferred.
Table 4-4
Drive object: Maximum number of PSDs
Drive object
Maximum number of PSDs for the configuring of the PROFIBUS
message frames
Input data
(from the SIMOTION D
viewpoint)
Output data
(from the SIMOTION D
viewpoint)
TM15 DI/DO
5
5
TM31
5
5
TM41
19
16
Control Unit (CU)
15
5
Free message frame configuring using the TM31 as example
The example describes the interconnection of a signal to the TM31 connected to a
SIMOTION D410.
Steps in configuring user-specific message frames using BICO:
● Configure a user-specific message frame
● Interconnect the message frame for TM31
● Create I/O variables in SIMOTION SCOUT
Prerequisite
You have already created a project and configured a drive.
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Configuring user-specific message frames
1. Double-click the "Insert I/O component" entry in "SINAMICS_Integrated" in the Project
Navigator and then select terminal module "TM31" from the "Operating type" field of the
dialog box shown.
2. Enter a name for the module to be inserted and confirm your entry with OK.
3. Double-click the "Configuration" entry at "SINAMICS Integrated" in the Project Navigator
to open the "PROFIBUS Message Frame" screen form.
"Free message frame configuration with BICO" (message frame 999) is set for the
inserted TM31. Insert the number of PSDs (Process Status Data) for I/O data. Observe
the maximum possible number of PSDs for the various drive objects (see previous table).
An TM31, for example, supports five PSDs in both the send and the receive direction.
4. Enter the value 5 in the "Length" column in the "Input data" or "Output data" fields.
Figure 4-22
Inserting a specific number of PSDs for the I/O data.
5. Click "Transfer to HW Config" in order to transfer the data to HW Config and to read the
address space of the I/O data.
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Note
Before the matching, all drive objects without input/output addresses ("---..---") must be
moved behind the objects with valid input/output addresses or those still to be matched
("???..???").
The icons in the status column show the following information:
The message frame is configured differently in HW Config. You must match with HW
Config.
You use a predefined standard message frame or free BICO interconnection.
You use a changed standard message frame that you have extended with additional
data.
You use a message frame for which one of the two message frame lengths is too
long. The drive object cannot process this entry.
Figure 4-23
Reading the I/O address space
You can now transfer data from TM31 to SIMOTION (PROFIBUS send direction) or receive
data from there (PROFIBUS receive direction).
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Interconnecting the message frame for TM31
The next section describes how you can transfer signals from TM31 to SIMOTION
(PROFIBUS send direction).
Note
To perform interconnections in online mode, you must:
• Prior to the interconnection, download the message frame configuration into the target
device. Function: Download the CPU / drive device to the target unit.
• After the interconnection, download the settings from the target device into the
programming device / PC. Function: Download the CPU / drive unit to the programming
device.
1. Double-click the "PROFIBUS" entry in the "Communication" dialog of the TM31 you
created. The corresponding dialog box opens.
2. Click "Binector/connector converter" in the "PROFIBUS send direction" tab. The
"Binector/connector converter" tab opens
3. Select the source for status word 1 by clicking the "Source status word 1" field and then
select the corresponding PSD, in this example, TM31 -> p2051. . . Select PSD1.
Figure 4-24
Selecting the PSD
4. Click the button leading the "Source status word 1" field. The PSD bits are now displayed.
5. Click in a field and select the default signal, for example, bit 0.
This bit can be used, for example, to transmit the status at digital input DI 0 to
SIMOTION.
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Figure 4-25
Selecting a signal
6. Interconnect all signals you need.
How to transfer a signal from SIMOTION to TM31 (PROFIBUS receive direction):
1. Double-click the "PROFIBUS" entry in the "Communication" dialog of the TM31 you
created. The corresponding dialog box opens.
2. Click "Binector/connector converter" in the "PROFIBUS receive direction" tab. The
"Connector/binector converter" tab opens
3. Interconnect all required signals. Proceed as defined in the description of the "PROFIBUS
send direction".
Creating an I/O variable in SIMOTION
Create the I/O variables in SIMOTION SCOUT in order to access the signals of TM31. You
require the input or output addresses for the TM31 message frame in the "PROFIBUS
Message Frame" dialog box. This allows you to assign the variable either as a complete
word, a byte or a single bit.
1. In the Project Navigator, double-click "I/O" below the created D410. The symbol browser
opens
2. Enter a name for the I/O variable.
3. Enter an I/O address, e.g.
PI277.0 - This accesses PSD1, bit 0 of the configured message frame.
PI276.0 - This accesses PSD1, bit 8 of the configured message frame.
SIMOTION can now access the signal.
The PROFIdrive profile specifies that the process status data (PSD) is defined as a 16-bit
value. Take into account when determining the I/O address that the least significant byte of
the SIMOTION I/O variable is assigned to the most significant PSD bits of the message
frame and vice versa:
I/O address
96
Byte 276
Byte 277
Bytes represented in
bit format
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PSD in bit
representation
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
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4.6.5
Expanding a message frame
The message frame extension extends existing standard message frames (e.g. axis
message frames) with additional process status data (PSD). These additional PSDs are then
interconnected using BICO (e.g. to an actual speed value or to the status of a digital input).
A message frame extension is then the preferred variant when I/Os are to be distributed
between SIMOTION and SINAMICS and, for example, an axis view is preferred (driverelated I/O should be appended to each axis message frame).
Proceed as follows:
1. Insert a drive using the Drive Wizard and select PROFIBUS (drive), e.g. "standard
message frame 103", for process data exchange.
2. Double-click the "Configuration" entry below "SINAMICS Integrated" in the Project
Navigator in order to open the "PROFIBUS message frame" tab.
The tab contains the default length of I/O data for the drive you inserted. As the
addresses of I/O data have not yet been transferred to HW Config the default entry "???"
is set.
3. Select the row of the object of which you want to expand the message frame.
Figure 4-26
PROFIBUS message frame
4. Click "Add line" and select the "Message frame expansion" option in the menu shown.
A new line which contains the message frame expansion is inserted below the current
line.
5. Enter the "length" for the number of PSDs by which the message frame is to be extended
in the Input data and Output data columns.
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Note
Before the matching, all drive objects without input/output addresses ("---..---") must be
moved behind the objects with valid input/output addresses or those still to be matched
("???..???").
The icons in the status column show the following information:
The message frame is configured differently in HW Config. You must match with HW
Config.
You use a predefined standard message frame or free BICO interconnection.
You use a changed standard message frame that you have extended with additional
data.
You use a message frame for which one of the two message frame lengths is too
long. The drive object cannot process this entry.
6. Click "Transfer to HW Config" in order to transfer the changes to HW Config.
The red check mark at the line indicates that a modified standard protocol is being used.
The I/O address data is entered after its transfer to HW Config.
7. Change to the configured drive and double-click the "PROFIBUS" entry in
"Communication".
8. Deactivate the "Hide inactive interconnections" option to display all PSDs of the message
frame.
The send and receive data (at least 16 entries) will be displayed. The first PSDs are
assigned the standard message frame by default and cannot be changed.
9. Interconnect the PSDs (at the end of the PSD list) that you have added with the required
signals by means of BICO.
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Figure 4-27
Example: Interconnection of the onboard DI in the PROFIBUS send direction
Note
A warning message is not output if you interconnect more PSDs than were set in the
additional PSDs. Note that a SERVO drive object supports a maximum of 16 PSD
setpoints and 19 PSD actual values. Each VECTOR drive object supports a maximum of
32 PSD setpoints.
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4.6.6
Using high-speed outputs for output cams on D410
Using high-speed outputs for output cams / DOs with D410
Output cams are defined as being the position-dependent output of switching signals. The
TO output cams and TO output cam track technology objects control the output of output
cams for SIMOTION.
The integrated digital outputs of the SIMOTION D can be used as cam output or as highspeed output with write access to the user program. In order to be able to use the highspeed outputs, one of the 39x message frames must be created.
Note
If I/O data is transferred using bus message frames, the update of the I/O data is subject to
the set bus cycle. This means an I/O using a 39x message frame can change its status just
once in each bus cycle of the PROFIBUS Integrated.
For SIMOTION D onboard outputs, the outputs are controlled using direct write accesses to
the hardware (i.e. bypassing the message frame). This means:
• Write accesses to digital outputs act with a particularly short delay time because the write
access is independent of the bus cycle.
• A more accurate output of the cam output is possible
For fast write accesses from the user program, the resulting delay time has the following
form:
• User program delay time -> terminal register: max. 75 μs
• Load-dependent output delay time of the hardware for D410:
L -> H: max. 400 μs
H -> L: max. 100 μs
High-speed outputs of output cams
If you use the output as high-speed output of a cam output, for the configuration of the TO
output cams / TO output cam track, enter the logical hardware address and the bit number of
the used output in the configuration screen form of the TO.
For additional information, see the SIMOTION Motion Control Output Cams and Measuring
Outputs Function Manual.
High-speed digital outputs
If you use the output as high-speed digital output, create an I/O variable in SIMOTION
SCOUT. The same addresses should be used for the high-speed digital outputs as those
normally used for the digital outputs.
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Table 4-5
Logical hardware address and the bit number (high-speed outputs for cam outputs /
DOs)
Logical hardware address and bit number
Output on the D410
Start address message frame 39x +3, bit 0
DO 8
Start address message frame 39x +3, bit 1
DO 9
Start address message frame 39x +3, bit 2
DO 10
Start address message frame 39x +3, bit 3
DO 11
For information about message frame configuring, see Use of message frame
39x (Page 87).
4.6.7
Using probe inputs on D410
Configuration of probe inputs
Measuring inputs are used for fast, accurate measurement of actual positions. This is
achieved with hardware support (for example, the measuring input on the assigned drive
unit). Digital inputs for standard peripherals, e.g. distributed SIMATIC ET 200 peripheral
system, cannot generally be used as probe inputs.
For SIMOTION, the TO probe input technology object controls the probe input functionality.
SIMOTION differentiates between two classes of the probe inputs; these classes have
different properties that are configured differently.
Local and global measuring inputs
Depending on the used hardware platform, the following local and global measuring inputs
are available for the measuring tasks:
● Local measuring inputs are axis-related and implemented in the SINAMICS drive. The
actual position value is measured.
● Global measuring inputs can be freely assigned to the axes and add an internal
timestamp to the measurement result for more precise determination of the axis positions.
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Table 4-6
Comparison of local and global measuring inputs on the D410
Local measuring input
Global measuring input
Measurement operation
With a signal edge at the relevant input,
the current actual values of an encoder
connected to a control unit are
measured with positioning accuracy to
determine lengths and distances.
With a signal edge at the relevant input,
the current actual values of one or
more encoders are measured using
timestamp functionality with positioning
accuracy in order to provide information
for determining lengths and distances
(possible with any encoders included in
the project).
Configuration of the Measuring Input
TO in the SIMOTION SCOUT
The assignment of inputs is always
permanent depending on the hardware
of the control unit and is performed
during the configuration of the
Measuring Input TO using the
measuring input number.
The assignment of inputs is not fixed
depending on the hardware and is
performed during the configuration of
the Measuring Input TO using the
hardware address.
Measuring Input technology object
setting Single measurement
(Measurement jobs must be issued
individually for each measurement.
Several interpolation cycle clocks lie
between two measurements.)
Yes
Yes
Measuring Input technology object
setting Cyclical measurement
(The measurement is activated just
once and runs cyclically until
deactivated.)
(yes)
yes
The minimum separation between two
measurements is three servo cycles
(maximum two edges per
measurement possible).
Use of multiple Measuring Input TOs
on one axis/encoder, whereby these
can be active concurrently.
No
Yes
Listening Measuring Input TO
No
Yes
Measuring on virtual axes
No
Yes
Measuring on axes attached to a
different drive unit
No
Yes
Although the Measuring Input TO can
be requested to perform a cyclical
measurement, it subdivides such a
measurement into the execution of a
series of single tasks. In such a case,
the minimum separation between two
measurements is several servo cycles.
A maximum of three probe inputs can be configured onboard on the D410.
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Configuring of local measuring inputs on the D410
Local measuring inputs are always permanently assigned to an axis (drive). They are
configured separately for each drive. The drive and the probe input must always be located
on the same control unit. The measuring results are transferred using the axis message
frame in accordance with the PROFIdrive profile. Message frame 39x does not need to be
configured for local measuring inputs.
The settings for the use of the local measuring inputs must be made in the expert list.
Table 4-7
Local measuring inputs, required settings in the expert list
Parameters in the expert list of the CU
DI/DO parameterization as input p728[8] (DI/DO 8)
on the control unit
p728[9] (DI/DO 9)
Specification of the input
terminal of the measuring input
in the expert list of the drive
Parameterization as
Input
Input
p728[10] (DI/DO 10)
Input
p728[11] (DI/DO 11)
Input
Parameters in the expert list of the drive
Parameterization as
p488[0]
DI/DO 9,
(measuring input 1 input terminal, encoder 1) DI/DO 10 or
DI/DO 11
p488[1]
(measuring input 1 input terminal, encoder 2)
p488[2]
(measuring input 1 input terminal, encoder 3)
p489[0]
(measuring input 2 input terminal, encoder 1)
p489[1]
(measuring input 2 input terminal, encoder 2)
p489[2]
(measuring input 2 input terminal, encoder 3)
Because a maximum of three encoders can be assigned to a drive, the index [1..2] specifies
whether the measurement applies to 1, 2 or 3.
The following must be taken into account:
● Only two Measuring Input TOs can be configured per Axis TO or External Encoder TO.
● Only one Measuring Input TO can be active on an Axis TO or External Encoder TO.
Table 4-8
Local measuring inputs, configuration of the Measuring Input TO
Axis measuring system no.
Under axis measuring system number, enter the number of the used
encoder system (namely, encoder 1, 2 or 3). Encoder system 1 is the
default setting.
Local measuring
Activate the checkbox when a local measuring input is used.
Measuring input number
Enter here which measuring input is used (namely, 1 or 2). Input 1 is
the default setting.
Detailed information is contained in the SIMOTION Motion Control Output Cams and
Measuring Outputs Function Manual.
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Configuring of global measuring inputs on the D410
Global measuring inputs can be freely assigned to the axes (drives) and add an internal
timestamp to the measurement result for more precise determination of the axis positions.
The drive and the probe input do not need to be located on the same control unit. The
measuring results are not transferred using the axis message frame, but using the 391/392
axis message frame.
Table 4-9
Global measuring inputs, required settings in the expert list
DI/DO
parameterization as
input in the expert list
on the control unit
Specification of the
input terminal of the
measuring input in the
expert list of the
control unit
Parameters in the expert list of the CU
Parameterization as
p728[8] (DI/DO 8)
Input
p728[9] (DI/DO 9)
Input
p728[10] (DI/DO 10)
Input
p728[11] (DI/DO 11)
Input
Parameters in the expert list of the drive
Parameterization as
p680[0] (input terminal of the central measuring input)
DI/DO 9,
DI/DO 10 or
DI/DO 11
p680[1] (input terminal of the central measuring input)
p680[2] (input terminal of the central measuring input)
In addition to the settings of the parameters, message frame 391 (max. two measuring
inputs) or message frame 392 (max. three measuring inputs) must be set for the control unit.
The p680 parameter is used to define a terminal as global probe inputs. Message frame 391
can be used to assign the p680[0..1] parameter; message frame 392 can be used to assign
the p680[0..2] parameter. The parameter used to set the required terminal is not relevant.
The assignment of the measuring input to an axis is made using the logical hardware
address and the bit number of the digital input to be used as measuring input (see also
Section Use of message frame 39x (Page 87)).
The p490 parameter of the control unit can be used to invert a measuring input.
Note
The p684, and r685 to r688 parameters of the control unit have no relevance for SIMOTION.
Note
When the 39x message frames are used, a HW Config must always be performed after
changes have been made to onboard I/O-relevant parameters. "Download to the target
system" must then be used to download the changed configuration data into the target
device.
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Table 4-10
Global measuring inputs, configuration of the Measuring Input TO
Axis measuring system no.
Under axis measuring system number, enter the number of the used
encoder system (namely, encoder 1, 2 or 3). Encoder system 1 is the
default setting.
Global measuring
Activate the checkbox when a global measuring input is used.
Logical hardware address
and bit number:
Enter here the logical HW address and the bit number of the used
input.
Start address message frame 39x + 3, bit 1 for input DI/DO 9
Start address message frame 39x + 3, bit 2 for input DI/DO 10
Start address message frame 39x + 3, bit 3 for input DI/DO 11
Detailed information is contained in the SIMOTION Motion Control Output Cams and
Measuring Outputs Function Manual.
4.6.8
Outputs of cam outputs and probe inputs on TM15/TM17 High Feature
Quantity framework for TM15/TM17 High Feature
The TM15/TM17 High Feature Terminal Modules can be used to extend the number of
outputs for cam outputs and probe inputs that can be installed.
● TM15, maximum 24 outputs for cam outputs / probe inputs
● TM17 High Feature, maximum 16 outputs for cam outputs / probe inputs
Additional references
Detailed information for the configuration is contained in the following documents
● SIMOTION Output Cams and Measuring Inputs Function Manual
● TM15/TM17 High Feature Terminal Modules Commissioning Manual
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4.7
Creating and programming TM41
4.7.1
Overview
The TM41 terminal module can be used to expand the number of digital I/O and of analog
inputs within a drive system. TM41 also returns TTL signals which emulate an incremental
encoder, for example, for a master control system.
The emulated encoder signal has the signal characteristic of an incremental TTL encoder (A
track, B track, R track). The resolution of the encoder signal can be specified in the
configuration.
Configuring the TM41 involves the following steps:
● Configuring TM41 at SINAMICS Integrated
● Configuring TM41 using the Axis Wizard.
Note
The digital I/Os can be interconnected similar to those of TM31.
The TM41 encoder interface (incremental encoder representation) can
● Be interconnected with an encoder signal of the control unit using parameterization, e.g.
sin/cos incremental encoder. For detailed information, consult the SINAMICS manuals.
● From the SIMOTION viewpoint, can be accessed as axis. This allows you to return the
axis position (a master value) as encoder signal to a second controller, for example.
Detailed information is contained in the SIMOTION D4x5 Commissioning and Hardware
Installation Manual.
The second application case can only be used with SIMOTION D410 with restrictions,
because the TM41 is configured as a real axis. Because SIMOTION D410 supports just one
real axis, no additional real axis can be configured.
4.7.2
Configuring TM41 at SINAMICS Integrated
TM41 can be configured after you completed the configuration of SINAMICS Integrated.
Proceed as follows:
1. Double-click "Insert InputIOutput Ccomponent" at "Input/output component" in the Project
Navigator.
2. Select TM41 from the "Control type" field of the "Insert input/output component" dialog
box and assign a unique name to the module.
3. Confirm your entry with "OK".
The TM41 is inserted in the Project Navigator by the name you entered.
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4.8
Creating a DMC20
4.8.1
DMC20 hub properties
DRIVE-CLiQ hub properties
The DMC20 DRIVE-CLiQ hub can be used to extend the number of DRIVE-CLiQ interfaces
and to configure a star topology. You must increase the number of DRIVE-CLiQ interfaces if
connecting the following additional components:
● Direct measuring systems
● Terminal modules
● Reduction of the network hierarchy levels
A star topology has the following advantages:
● The components can operate as end node of your segment.
● Line communication is not affected.
Application examples
Encoder expansion and hot-plugging are typical applications implemented by means of a
DRIVE-CLiQ hub.
● An encoder expansion involves integration of direct measuring systems. These are
installed in the control cabinet directly at the machine. Several encoders can be
connected to the same hub.
Note: SIMOTION D410 has just one DRIVE-CLiQ interface. You can use the DMC20 to
evaluate the motor encoder and an additional encoder by means of SMx.
● Hot plugging is the option for changing motor components while in operation. These
components are connected to a star topology using a DRIVE-CLiQ hub. This setup allows
their deactivation without impairing downstream components.
Additional references
Information pertaining to the DMC20 DRIVE-CLiQ hub is available in the SIMOTION D410
Manual.
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4.8.2
Creating a DRIVE-CLiQ hub
The hub is not wired when you insert the DMC20 and is represented in the topology tree in
the component storage. The hub has to be wired manually. Proceed as follows:
1. Right-click the "Topology" entry in the Project Navigator.
2. Select the "Insert new object" > "DRIVE-CLiQ Hub" command from the shortcut menu
and confirm with "OK".
3. Double-click "Topology" to open the topology tree.
The hub is saved to the component storage of the topology tree.
4. Drag-and-drop the hub to the required DRIVE-CLiQ interface.
The components connected to the hub are displayed in the topology tree.
The hub you inserted is displayed as icon at the "Topology" entry in the Project Navigator. All
components connected to a hub are also displayed in the course of automatic configuration.
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4.9
Testing the configured drive using the drive control panel
You can test a configured drive using the drive control panel where you can define a speed
value by setting a scaling factor. The drive control panel should only be used for
commissioning.
Prerequisites
● The project has been downloaded to the target system.
● SIMOTION SCOUT is in online mode.
● The drive is not in use by a current project in RUN mode.
WARNING
Make sure that the drive test does not pose any risk to persons.
Testing the drive using the drive control panel
1. Change to the configured drive in the Project Navigator and open the drive control panel
by selecting "Commissioning" > "Control panel". The drive control panel opens in the
detail view.
Figure 4-28
Drive control panel
2. In order to view the control range and axis diagnostics data, click "Show/hide control" and
Show/hide axis diagnostics".
3. Click "Assume control priority". The "Assume Control Priority" dialog box opens.
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Figure 4-29
Assuming control priority
4. Read the notes and confirm these with "Accept".
5. Activate the "Enables" checkbox to enable the drive.
All enables are now set with the exception of ON/OFF1.
6. Enter your setpoint in the input field and shift the scaling to 0% as safety setting.
Figure 4-30
Entering the setpoint
7. Click the "Drive On" button. The "Enable is set" LED lights up in green color. The drive
starts moving as you move the slider towards the right side. The current motor speed is
displayed in "Actual".
8. Click "Drive Off" to stop the drive after you completed the test.
9. Deactivate the enable signal and click "Give up control priority" to deactivate controlling at
the programming device / PC.
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4.10
Testing the configured axis using the axis control panel
Axis control panel
The axis control panel is used exclusively for testing axes.
You can use the axis control panel for the following tasks, for example:
● Testing all system components before the axis movement is controlled by a program
● Testing as to whether you can move the axis using the axis control panel if a fault is
detected
● Moving the axes for tuning purposes (controller tuning)
● Executing active homing
● Setting and resetting the axis enable signal
● Testing a connected axis
Prerequisites
Prerequisites for testing:
● The project has been downloaded to the target system.
● SIMOTION SCOUT is in online mode.
Axis test
1. Open the "AXES" folder in the Project Navigator and click the "Control panel" entry below
the axis (for example, Axis_1).
The axis control panel is displayed.
Figure 4-31
Axis control panel
2. In order to view the control range and axis diagnostics data, click "Show/hide control" and
"Show/hide axis diagnostics".
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3. Click "Assume control priority".
Confirm the next message with "Yes" in order to set the controller to STOPU state.
Note
You must assume control priority in order to move the axis using the programming device
/ PC. You can always stop the axis by pressing the SPACEBAR.
4. The "Assume Control Priority" dialog box opens.
Figure 4-32
Assuming control priority
5. Read the notes and confirm these with "Accept".
6. To enable the axis, click "Set/reset enables".
Confirm the "Set Axis Enable" dialog box with "OK".
7. Enable jog mode by clicking "Position-controlled axis motion".
8. Enter a velocity.
9. Click "OK" to confirm the displayed "Set Axis Enable" window.
10.Click the "Jog" button. The axis moves as long as you keep the left mouse button
pressed. You can monitor the traversing motion at the velocity and position entries.
11.Click "Set/reset enables" to remove the enable. Confirm the "Reset Axis Enable" dialog
box with "OK".
12.Click "Give up control priority" to deactivate axis control at the programming device / PC.
You can no longer control the axis at the programming device / PC if this state is set.
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4.11
Downloading and saving user data
Overview
It is advisable to backup all user data (programs, configuration data, parameters) to the
CompactFlash Card after having completed commissioning of SIMOTION D410.
Downloading user data
Use the "Target system > Download > Download to the target system" command to transfer
the following data from the SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System (ES) to the "non-volatile
data" area of SIMOTION D410:
● Configuration data
● Programs
● Parameterization
● Technology packages
The hardware configuration of SIMOTION D410 and the retain variables are also saved to
the "nonvolatile data" area.
Note
Using the menu:
• "Target system > Download > Download to the target system" downloads the complete
project data to the target system.
• "Target system > Download > To the target system" downloads only the data of the
selected device / drive element to the target system.
All contents of the "volatile data" area are lost after you shut down SIMOTION D410!
Additional references
For more information about the SIMOTION SCOUT Engineering System, consult the
SIMOTION SCOUT Configuration Manual.
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Saving user data
The "Copy RAM to ROM" function is used in SIMOTION SCOUT to save the following data
from RAM to the CompactFlash card:
● The technology data / user data from the "volatile data" area
● Baud rate, PROFIBUS DP addresses, IP address, subnet mask and router address,
including the retain variables with their initial values from the "non-volatile data" area
Note
The "Copy RAM to ROM" command cannot be used to save the actual value of retain
variables to the CompactFlash Card.
Execute the "Copy RAM to ROM" function separately for SINAMICS Integrated. This
requires that the drive element has been selected in the Project Navigator.
See also
Properties of the user memories (Page 36)
4.12
Deleting data
4.12.1
Overview of data deletion
You can define the scope of data to be deleted from SIMOTION D410 memory described in
the "user memory concept". That is, you can choose to delete all data or only specific parts.
You have the following options of deleting data from SIMOTION D410:
● Resetting the memory of SIMOTION D410
● Deleting user data from the CompactFlash Card
● Restoring the default settings of SINAMICS Integrated
● Restoring the default settings of SIMOTION D410
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4.12.2
Resetting the memory of SIMOTION D410
Introduction
A memory reset deletes all data from RAM on the SIMOTION D410 and non-volatile data in
SRAM with the exception of the communication configuration (baud rates, network
addresses, etc.). Data on the CompactFlash Card is retained if you reset the memory.
Reset the memory on SIMOTION D410 if
● You want to undo changes made to user data (programs, configuration data, parameter
assignments) which you have not backed up by means of the "Copy RAM to ROM"
command.
● The RUN/STOP LED is flashing (slow flashing) to indicate that SIMOTION D410 is
requesting a memory reset.
● Non-volatile data does not match the project on the CF card and an error is generated
(diagnostics buffer entry).
You can reset memory either in offline mode using the DIL switch of SIMOTION D410, or in
online mode using SIMOTION SCOUT.
Data deleted by memory reset
The following data is deleted during a memory reset:
● User data (units, configuration data, parameters, task configuration)
● Technology packages
● Retain TO (absolute encoder adjustment)
● Retain variables
Retain variables in the interface or implementation section of a UNIT are declared with
VAR_GLOBAL RETAIN
Note
As a memory reset deletes all absolute encoder data the encoder must be re-adjusted
after memory reset.
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Data retained during memory reset
The following data is retained during memory reset:
● TCP/IP and DP parameters
● Diagnostics buffer
● Data that was saved with the _savePersistentMemoryData, _saveUnitDataSet,
_exportUnitDataSet and RAMtoROM commands and with the "Copy RAM to ROM"
function.
The data contents of a backup file generated by executing _savePersistentMemoryData
(PMEMORY.XML/PMEMORY.BAK) is written back to non-volatile data after memory
reset. Users can therefore force the restoration of non-volatile data by means of memory
reset.
● Licenses
The technology packages and user data (configuration data, programs, parameter
assignments) you previously backed up to a CompactFlash Card by means of the "Copy
RAM to ROM" command are transferred to the "non-volatile data" area of the SIMOTION
410 during the next startup. This operation transfers any configuration data found on the
CompactFlash Card to the SIMOTION device after memory reset.
Memory reset by means of SIMOTION SCOUT
You can only reset memory using SIMOTION SCOUT if SIMOTION D410 is operating in
online mode.
1. Select SIMOTION D410 from the Project Navigator of SIMOTION SCOUT.
2. Select the "Target device > Control system mode" command from the shortcut menu in
order to open the "D410: System Mode" dialog box.
3. Select the STOP mode.
4. Next, select the MRES mode to reset the memory.
Memory reset using the mode selector switch
The mode selector switch function is implemented in SIMOTION D410 by means of a DIL
switch (DIL = Dual-In-Line). Use this DIL switch (switch S1 - S3) to set the binary code for
the mode of operation.
Information pertaining to to the switch positions and corresponding modes of operation is
available in the SIMOTION D410 Manual.
You can only reset memory using the mode selector switch if SIMOTION D410 is operating
in offline mode.
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How to reset the memory:
1. Set the MRES mode on the DIL switch (see the picture below).
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The STOP LED begins to flash.
2. Set DIL switch 1 to ON (STOP mode) after the STOP LED is lit in yellow color.
3. Return the DIL switch to MRES mode within three seconds.
The memory is now being reset.
4. Wait for SIMOTION D410 to complete its restart. Set DIL switch 1, 2 and 3 to ON (RUN
mode).
The STOP LED lights after SIMOTION D410 has completed its memory reset.
Note
Memory reset is cancelled if you do not return the DIL switch to MRES as specified within
three seconds. Repeat the procedure in this case.
4.12.3
Deleting user data from the CompactFlash Card
Overview
You can delete the user data using SIMOTION SCOUT. SIMOTION D410 must be operating
in online mode. This deletes the following data:
● User data from the "volatile data" area
● Non-volatile data with the exception of IP and DP parameters
● User data on the CompactFlash Card (user folders), including the SINAMICS
configuration data
You can still go online to SIMOTION D410 at your programming device / PC. All licenses on
the CompactFlash Card are retained.
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Deleting user data
1. Open the project you want to edit in SIMOTION SCOUT.
2. Go online to SIMOTION D410.
3. Select SIMOTION D410 in the Project Navigator, and then select the "Delete user data
on card" option from the "Target system" menu.
4. Confirm the "Delete user data from card" message with "OK".
The user data are deleted. SINAMICS Integrated goes into offline mode.
4.12.4
Restoring the default settings of SINAMICS Integrated
Prerequisite
You must be online to SINAMICS Integrated in order to restore its default settings.
Restoring the default settings
1. Right-click "SINAMICS_Integrated" in the Project Navigator.
2. Select the "Target device > Restore default settings" command from the shortcut menu.
This restores the delivery state of SINAMICS Integrated.
4.12.5
Restoring the default settings of SIMOTION D410
Overview
SIMOTION D410 is supplied with default parameters such as the transmission rate or
PROFIBUS addresses. You can restore the default settings using the DIL switch. This
deletes the following data:
● Non-volatile data in the SIMOTION device
● The backup copy of non-volatile data on the CompactFlash Card
(PMEMORY.XML/PMEMORY.BAK)
● User data in the "volatile data" area and on the CompactFlash Card
● The communication configuration (IP and DP parameters)
All licenses on the CompactFlash Card are retained.
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Restoring the default settings using the DIL switch
1. The power supply is shut down.
2. Set the MRES mode on the DIL switch of SIMOTION D410 (see the picture below).
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3. Restart the power supply.
The buffered SRAM and user data are deleted. The default settings are loaded.
SIMOTION D140 remains in STOP mode.
4. Change to the required mode by setting the DIL switch.
Note
The default communications parameters are now restored. You must re-configure the
communication parameters of SIMOTION D410.
4.13
System shutdown
All axes and system components must be in safe state before you shut down the system.
You can set up this safe state by providing a separate motion task, for example.
You can shut down the power supply after the system has reached a standstill state.
Note
You must observe the safety notices for SINAMICS components, which you can find in the
corresponding SINAMICS manuals.
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5.1
Replacing modules
5.1.1
Removing and replacing the SIMOTION D410
5
Overview
You must replace the entire SIMOTION D410 module.
WARNING
Always shut down the load power supply before you replace the SIMOTION D410 module.
You shut down power using the On/Off switch of the PS power supply module, for example.
Note that power modules with FSB performance rating or higher still carry a residual
intermediate voltage after shutdown. Wait 10 minutes before you remove any screws.
You can replace a SIMOTION D410 DP with a SIMOTION D410 PN module and vice versa.
Replace the device in HW Config
Replacing a SIMOTION D410 DP with a SIMOTION D410 PN module and vice versa
Note
The following procedure describes how you replace a SIMOTION D410 DP with a
SIMOTION D410 PN of the same firmware version (and vice versa). The procedure for
performing a software and firmware upgrade is described in Section Performing a software
and firmware update (Page 126).
Proceed as follows:
1. Double-click the SIMOTION D410 to be replaced in the Project Navigator of SIMOTION
SCOUT. HW Config opens.
2. In the hardware catalog, open the appropriate folder structure:
e.g. Drive Based\SIMOTION D410\6AU1 410-0AB0-0AA0
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DO NOT delete the module in Slot 2 when replacing it!
Figure 5-1
HW Config module replacement
3. "Drag-and-drop" the new module to the upper field of the card rack and confirm the dialog
shown with "Yes".
The module is replaced.
4. Save and compile the hardware configuration in order to activate the changes.
5. Close HW Config.
The configuration data for your SIMOTION device is immediately activated in the
SIMOTION SCOUT project and the entire project saved. This includes activation of all
changes made to the project, for example, to the axis configuration.
6. Select "SINAMICS Integrated" in the Project Navigator.
7. Open the context menu and click "Target device > Device version". A window opens in
which you can change the appropriate version.
8. Select the version of the replaced D410.
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9. Click the "Change version" button and confirm the displayed message. The version of
SINAMICS Integrated is changed.
10.Shut down the power supply.
11.Replace the module as described in "Replacing defective modules".
12.Restart the power supply.
Replacing defective modules
How to remove the SIMOTION D410 module:
1. Shut down the power supply.
2. Remove the CompactFlash Card from the card slot.
3. Remove the connections for the power supply.
4. Disconnect the DRIVE-CLiQ connector from the device, and the PROFIBUS DP interface
(X21) or PROFINET interface (X200 and X201) connectors.
5. Disconnect the digital I/O connectors at interface X121.
6. Disconnect the plug of any encoder connected to the X23 encoder interface.
7. Remove the SIMOTION D410 module from the power module or from the mounting
panel, depending on the type of assembly (see the "Installation" chapter in the
SIMOTION D410 Manual).
How to install the new SIMOTION D410 module:
Note
Observe the information in the SIMOTION D410 Manual, when installing, wiring and
connecting the SIMOTION D410 module.
1. Mount the new SIMOTION D410 onto the power module, or onto the mounting panel (see
the "Installation" chapter in the SIMOTION D410 Manual).
2. Connect all previously removed connectors.
3. Terminate the load voltage supply cables at the terminal block.
4. Rewire the shielding of all cables.
5. Insert the original CompactFlash Card into the card slot of the new SIMOTION D410.
6. Restart the power supply. The new SIMOTION D410 is immediately ready for operation.
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5.1.2
Replacing DRIVE-CLiQ components
Replacing components
DRIVE-CLiQ components support hot-plugging, that is, replacement or re-insertion while the
system is in on or off state.
Automatic upgrading/downgrading
As of SINAMICS firmware version 2.5, the DRIVE-CLiQ components are automatically
upgraded or downgraded to the version of the component firmware on the CF card.
Components that cannot be upgrade or downgraded to the component firmware version on
the CF card retain their firmware version. This is the case, for example, when a downgrade
should be inhibited (e.g. "older firmware" is not supported by the "newer hardware"). The
system ensures that the resulting combination possibilities of firmware versions are
permitted.
An upgrade/downgrade operation in progress is indicated on the components by a 0.5 Hz
red-green flashing LED and on SIMOTION D410 by a 0.5 Hz yellow-flashing RDY LED.
A successfully completed firmware upgrade/downgrade is indicated on the components by
flashing at a frequency of 2 Hz and on the SIMOTION D410 by the yellow flashing of the
RDY LED at 2 Hz. After the upgrade/downgrade is completed, the power must be cycled off
and back on (POWER OFF/ON). The upgrade/downgrade function can be deactivated using
the p7826 parameter in the expert list.
Additional references
Additional information is available in the SINAMICS S120 Commissioning Manual.
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5.2
Replacing the fan
Prerequisite
Replace the fan if a fault message is output by the temperature monitoring function as a
result of fan failure. The fan must be replaced if the fan is defective or the maximum
operating hours counter is attained.
The fan can be ordered as spare part, see "Spare parts and accessories" in the
SIMOTION D410 Manual.
CAUTION
The fan of the SIMOTION D410 module may only be replaced by qualified technical
personnel and strictly in accordance with ESD guidelines!
Replacing the fan
How to replace the fan:
1. Unlock all snap-on hooks holding the plastic housing of the SIMOTION D410 using a flatblade screwdriver.
2. Remove the plastic enclosure.
3. You can now remove and replace the fan from the front without any additional tools.
4. Set the parameter of the p251 operating hours counter to "0". The parameter can only be
changed in online mode.
Note
The parameter of the operating hours counter can only be set to "0". Any other values will
be rejected. Restoring factory settings does not affect this parameter.
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5.3
Performing a software and firmware update
Upgrading SIMOTION D410
The actions described in this section also apply to downgrading to an older version.
Various possibilities are available to perform a software and firmware update for SIMOTION
D410:
● Upgrade the supplied upgrade data using the CF card adapter
● Upgrade using IT-DIAG (license required)
● Upgrade using the SCOUT "Start update devices tool" function
The first method is described in the following section. The two other methods are described
in the SIMOTION SCOUT Configuration Manual, in the Upgrading SIMOTION Devices
Function Manual and in the online help.
Note
A firmware update using IT-DIAG is supported only as of SIMOTION version V4.1 SP2.
Upgrade the supplied upgrade data using the CF card adapter
Prerequisite
The current firmware for the SIMOTION devices is contained on the SIMOTION SCOUT
CDs (e.g. the d4xx.zip file for the SIMOTION D4xx firmware is located in the
\3_D4xx\Firmware\... directory). Upgrading the SIMOTION D410 automatically updates the
firmware of all connected SINAMICS components.
Note
Observe the readme files and upgrade instructions included in the delivery of new
SIMOTION versions.
Use only CF cards released for SIMOTION D410 and which have an appropriate correct
boot loader version.
You can obtain the compatibility relationships from the "software products" compatibility list
on the SIMOTION SCOUT Add-On CD and in the Internet at
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/18857317.
NOTICE
The upgrade operation deletes all project data and parameters from the CompactFlash
Card!
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Note
Retain data can be backed up with SIMOTION SCOUT; see SIMOTION SCOUT
Configuration Manual or Online Help. See also Section User memory concept (Page 35).
Procedure
The following procedure describes how to perform the upgrade:
1. Switch off the power supply to the D410.
2. Remove the CompactFlash Card from SIMOTION D410 and insert it into the
CompactFlash Card adaptor of your PC.
3. Open Windows Explorer. The CompactFlash Card must be visible as removable data
volume Windows Explorer under an arbitrary drive letter.
4. If generating a backup copy of your data on the CompactFlash card (_saveunitdataset)
using your own application: Save the "...\USER\SIMOTION\USER_DIR\UPP\UNITDS"
folder to the CompactFlash Card using the Card Reader tool and Windows Explorer on
the PC / programming device.
5. Delete all the data from the CompactFlash Card.
6. Unpack the file delivered to you on the CompactFlash Card. Always maintain the file
structure when setting up the unpacking tool.
7. Copy the folder saved in step 4 back to the appropriate folder structure on the CF card.
8. Remove the CompactFlash Card from the CompactFlash Card adaptor of your
programming device / PC.
9. Insert the CF card into the D410.
10.Switch on power to the D410. The new firmware is loaded from the CompactFlash Card
to the SIMOTION D410 module.
Note
The license key is stored in the "KEYS" directory on the CF card. For the initial startup of
the SIMOTION device, as of Kernel Version V4.1, the license key is saved in the boot
sector of the CF card. The license key in the boot sector cannot be deleted by an
operation action. The license key remains saved even by formatting the CF card or
rewriting the boot loader.
If the license key is no longer present on the card, for example, as the result of deleting
the "KEYS" directory, it will be written again during the startup of the SIMOTION device
from the boot sector into the "KEYS" directory. The license key can be changed at any
time, for example, by relicensing. At the next startup, the license key will be saved again
in the boot sector.
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Re-compiling and downloading project data in SIMOTION SCOUT
Re-compile and download the project data after upgrading the D410. If you download the
SIMOTION plus the SINAMICS configuration (default setting when clicking the download
button in the toolbar) the SCOUT tool downloads the SIMOTION configuration and then goes
online to the SINAMICS in order to download the SINAMICS configuration to the device. The
firmware update is performed automatically. After an automatic firmware update, the
modules must be switched off and on. This is also indicated with a message in the alarms
window in the details area.
Updating the firmware of the SINAMICS components
How to update the firmware:
1. Select the SINAMICS component in the Project Navigator, for example, SINAMICS
Integrated.
2. Double-click "Configuration" for the drive element.
The "SINAMICS Integrated - Configuration" dialog box opens and displays a list of all
available drive objects.
3. Click "Version Overview" to open the list of connected SINAMICS components.
4. Establish the online connection and select the devices whose firmware you wish to
update.
The list displays the current firmware version of the devices.
5. Click "Firmware update" to download the new firmware to the devices. Select all
components whose firmware is to be updated.
6. Switch the power supply to the updated components off and on after you have performed
the firmware update. The device is now ready for operation.
Note
For a firmware update, the SINAMICS components must be installed appropriately. The
firmware cannot be updated if the components are not programmed.
You can also update the firmware by means of the Expert list. Refer to the SINAMICS
S120 Commissioning Manual for a description of this procedure.
Upgrading a project
In order to allow the further use of existing projects you must take the following steps when
upgrading the software:
1. Replace the module in HW Config
2. Upgrade the technology packages
3. Upgrade the libraries
Replace the module in HW Config
See Removing and replacing the SIMOTION D410 (Page 121)
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Upgrading technology packages
When modules are replaced or project data is imported, the versions of the technology
packages (TP) assigned to the individual technology objects (TO) are not automatically
upgraded to a version valid for the SIMOTION device. This upgrade requires a separate
step.
To adapt the technology package version of the new SIMOTION device:
1. Select the desired SIMOTION device in the Project Navigator.
2. Choose "Select Technology Packages" from the context menu.
Note
If the last step you performed was to replace the SIMOTION device, the "Technology
Packages from Another Version" dialog box appears. Confirm this with "OK" to delete the
existing links to the technology packages, thus enabling new technology packages to be
assigned. The "Select Technology Packages" dialog box will now appear.
The "Select Technology Packages" window opens.
1. Activate the checkbox for the technology packages.
The technology packages must have the same version as the kernel. Consequently, in
SIMOTION SCOUT, the same version as the kernel is automatically assigned to each
technology package.
2. If technology objects for your project indicating an incorrect version appear under
"Incorrect version", click "Update". The "Update Technology Packages" dialog box opens.
Otherwise, continue with step 8.
3. Confirm with "OK". A message appears.
4. Confirm the message with "OK".
5. If the update is successful, a message appears. Confirm with "OK".
6. Confirm the "Select Technology Packages" dialog window with "OK". The TP upgrade is
complete.
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Upgrading the library
An upgrade of the libraries you are using is required if the version of the SIMOTION device
or TOs in your existing project has changed.
1. Open the LIBRARY directory in the Project Navigator.
2. Select a library, right-click to open the context menu, and select "Properties...."
3. Select the "TPs/TOs" tab in the "Properties" window.
4. Select the SIMOTION device and the technology packages for which the library is to be
valid.
5. Close the dialog box with "OK".
Note
Please also observe the notes on device-dependencies in the SIMOTION SCOUT online
help.
Download the project to the target system
1. Click "Connect with target system" to go online to the target system.
2. Execute the "Download to target system" command, and then select "Copy RAM to ROM"
to download the updated offline project to the target device.
3. For the automatic subsequent configuring in the SINAMICS Integrated drive, you must
now perform "Download to programming device".
4. Save the project.
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5.4
SIMOTION CompactFlash Card
5.4.1
Replacing the CompactFlash Card
Prerequisite
Note
Always power down the unit before you insert or remove the CompactFlash Card!
The RDY LED on the SIMOTION D410 flashes in green color as long as any application is
accessing the CompactFlash Card (see the chapter "Fault and status displays").
Procedure
How to replace the CompactFlash Card:
1. Shut down the power supply.
2. Remove the CompactFlash Card from the card slot of SIMOTION D410.
3. Hold the card between your thumb and finger on the gripping cavity and then pull it out.
4. Insert the new CompactFlash Card into the card slot. Push it in all the way with slight
pressure until it engages. The insertion direction of the CompactFlash Card is identified
by an arrow on the card and a matching arrow on the slot.
The properly inserted card does not protrude from the SIMOTION D410 housing.
5. Restart the power supply.
5.4.2
Writing and deleting data on CompactFlash Cards
Overview
You have the following options of writing data to a CompactFlash Card:
● Saving technology and user data to the CompactFlash Card
The programming device / PC must be online to SIMOTION D410 in order to execute this
function.
● Saving data from the programming device / PC to the CompactFlash Card.
This function requires a CompactFlash Card adapter.
Note
CompactFlash Card are always shipped in formatted state.
Trouble-free operation of the CompactFlash Card can only be guaranteed if you do not
modify its partitioning.
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Saving technology and user data to the CompactFlash Card
The CompactFlash Card can be used as storage volume for technology and user data
(programs, configuration data and parameters) from the "volatile data" area. Proceed as
follows:
1. Go online to SIMOTION D410 on your programming device / PC (see the chapter
"Creating a project").
2. Select the "Copy RAM to ROM" command in SIMOTION SCOUT to write the data to your
CompactFlash Card.
Writing data to a CompactFlash Card on your programming programming device / PC
A CompactFlash Card adapter must be installed on the programming device / PC and can
be used to write data to the CompactFlash Card. Always save your project data to
CompactFlash Card using the programming device / PC before you update the SIMOTION
firmware, for example.
Note
Do not use any of the onboard tools in Windows to modify or delete files which were written
to the CompactFlash Card using the "Copy RAM to ROM" function in SIMOTION SCOUT.
Such actions may irrevocably destroy your project.
5.4.3
Formatting the CompactFlash Card
You can format a faulty CompactFlash Card, for example. Proceed as follows:
1. Insert the CompactFlash Card into a CompactFlash Card adapter which is connected to
your programming device / PC.
2. Format the CompactFlash Card in Windows (FAT file system).
The CompactFlash Card is formatted.
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5.4 SIMOTION CompactFlash Card
5.4.4
Bootloader on the CompactFlash card
Writing a bootloader
A bootloader may need to be written in the following situations:
● When a new bootloader is required for the used SIMOTION D410 firmware version.
● When a new bootloader is required for the used SIMOTION D410 hardware version.
● When the bootloader is defective.
The bootloader version can be fetched using the SIMOTION SCOUT device diagnosis. If this
is not possible because of the following reason, this can be caused by an incorrect
bootloader version. In this case, replace the bootloader version with the current version.
● The SIMOTION D410 does not startup, the RDY LED flashes red at 0.5 Hz and the
RUN/STOP LED lights red or all LEDs remain off.
Use the "Options > Write boot sector..." function to write the bootloader version in the
SIMOTION SCOUT to the CF card.
Detailed information for the CF card, bootloader version, SIMOTION D410 hardware and
SIMOTION firmware version compatibility relationships is contained in the software
compatibility list. This list is available both in the supplied documentation of the SIMOTION
SCOUT CD at \1_Important\German\Kompatibilität\ . . . and also in the Internet at
"http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/18857317"
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6
Diagnostics data
6.1
Diagnostics by means of LED displays
Overview
The status LEDs display the operating modes or fault states of SIMOTION D410.
Legend of the LED states
Table 6-1
Legend of the LED states
Symbol
Meaning
1
LED on
0
LED off
0,5/1
LED flashes at 0.5 Hz:
2/1
LED flashes at 2 Hz:
Λ
LED flickers
x
The LED display is irrelevant to the states shown in the table
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6.1 Diagnostics by means of LED displays
LED displays
The following table provides an overview of all relevant LED display combinations. Each LED
can be lit in yellow, red, or green color. The color which corresponds with the LED signal
state is also defined.
Table 6-2
Diagnostics by means of LED display
Meaning
RDY
RUN/STOP
OUT > 5V
SF/BF:
1
(green)
x
x
x
SINAMICS Integrated in fault state
Λ
(red)
x
x
x
Startup of the D410 without CF card or with CF card without valid
operating system (the bootloader may be defective)
0,5/1
(red)
1
(red)
0
0
2/1
(green)
x
x
x
x
1
(green or
yellow)
x
x
Λ
(red)
Λ
(red)
x
Λ
(red)
1
x
x
x
x
x
x
2/1
(green)
x
x
x
1
(red)
x
x
x
2/1
(red)
x
x
x
0.5/1
(red)
0,5/1
(yellow)
x
x
x
SINAMICS Integrated ready for operation
Write access to CompactFlash Card
SIMOTION ready for operation
Fault event to which the user program (SIMOTION) cannot
respond, or firmware error at the PROFINET interface.
The following actions may be required to rectify the fault:
• Power OFF/ON
• Check of the CompactFlash Card
• Re-commissioning
• Replacement of SIMOTION D410
A warning is present on the SINAMICS Integrated.
This state can occur, for example, when the DRIVE-CLiQ
components are loaded but have not been inserted.
Ethernet LED (only for SIMOTION D410 PN)
DCP flashing of the module activated in the HW Config at Target
system > Ethernet > Edit Ethernet node > "Search" button >
"Flashing" button
(yellow)
Priority: 0 1)
Active interrupt which can be acknowledged (alarm, message,
note)
Priority: 1 1)
Bus fault
• PROFIBUS master: At least one slave is missing
• PROFIBUS slave: No parameter assignment master found
• PROFINET: Failure of a connected I/O device; at least one of
the assigned I/O devices cannot be addressed; faulty or
missing configuration data.
Priority: 2 1)
Sublicensing of technology/option objects
Priority: 3 1)
Upgrade/downgrade operation running.
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Meaning
RDY
RUN/STOP
OUT > 5V
SF/BF:
2/1
(yellow)
x
x
x
STOP to RUN transition
x
2/1
(green)
x
x
STOP/STOPU
x
1
(yellow)
x
x
RUN to STOP transition
x
2/1
(yellow)
x
x
Memory reset requested by SIMOTION D410, or by means of
mode selector switch.
x
0,5/1
(yellow)
x
x
The upgrade/downgrade operation has completed
(power OFF/ON of the upgraded/downgraded devices is
necessary)
Memory reset in progress
x
0
x
0
Memory reset completed
x
1
(yellow)
x
x
Firmware download to the integrated PROFINET interface is busy
0
2/1
(yellow)
x
2/1
(yellow)
1
(green)
1
(yellow)
x
Λ
(red)
Firmware download to the integrated PROFINET interface is
completed SIMOTION cannot enter the RUN and Online mode
Priority of the displays: The displays always visualize the state which is assigned the
numerically lowest priority level. The error of the next highest priority class is displayed after
the cause of the previous signal state was eliminated.
1)
The LED "OUT > 5V" display is controlled only by the encoder evaluation for the integrated
X23 encoder interface in SINAMICS Integrated. The table below lists the display states and
their meaning.
Table 6-3
LED display OUT > 5V
Status
Meaning
0
Electronic power supply is missing or outside the valid tolerance range. Power
supply ≤ 5 V. Use of an encoder with 5 V power supply.
1
(yellow)
Electronics power supply for measuring system available. Power supply >5 V.
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Caution: Always ensure that you can operate the encoder on the 24 V power
supply (e.g. HTL encoder). Operation of a 5 V encoder on the 24 V encoder
supply may lead to the destruction of its electronic components! This setting can
be selected in the expert list of the drive in parameter p405.1.
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6.2
Extended diagnostic capabilities
SIMOTION Task Profiler application
The SIMOTION Task Profiler is a dedicated application installed parallel to SIMOTION
SCOUT during the SIMOTION SCOUT setup. The Task Profiler can be called in online mode
from the device diagnosis in SIMOTION SCOUT or the Windows application. In cases of
malfunction or errors, the Task Trace data can be written in a directory or on the CF card.
This data can then be processed using the Task Trace Viewer.
For further information, see the SIMOTION Task Trace Function Manual.
Diagnostic functions with the DIP switch
The following diagnostic functions are possible using the specified switch settings on the DIP
switch of the D410:
● Downgrading a SIMOTION device - switch 6
You can use this function to undo a SIMOTION devices update.
Place switch 6 of the DIP switch on the D410 to ON (0000010), and switch the D410 off
and on.
The "Start devices update tool" function is described in the Upgrading SIMOTION
Devices Function Manual.
● Writing diagnostic data to the CF card - switch 7
This diagnostic data can provide important information after a D410 malfunction (crash).
If this function has been performed, diagnostic data is written to the CF card. This data
can then be sent in a suitable form, e.g. compressed as *.zip file, to the Technical
Support for evaluation.
Proceed as follows:
1. To do this, set the DIP switch 7 to ON.
2. Shutdown the D410.
3. Switch on the D410. The data will be written to the CF card. Wait until the D410 has
completed its start.
4. Shutdown the D410 and remove the CF card.
5. A DIAG folder is created in the \USER\SIMOTION\HMI\SYSLOG directory. This folder
contains the diagnostic data.
6. Transfer the diagnostic data for processing to the Technical Support.
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A
Standards and approvals
A.1
General rules
IEC 1131
The SIMOTION programmable controller meets the requirements and criteria of the
Standard IEC 1131, Section 2.
CE marking
Our products meet the general and safety-related requirements of the following EC
guidelines and conform to the uniform standards (EN) for programmable controllers
published in the official gazettes of the European Union:
89/336/EEC "Electromagnetic Compatibility" (EMC guideline)
The EC declaration of conformity is contained in this manual.
EMC Directive
SIMOTION products are designed for industrial use.
Table A-1
EMC Directive
Field of application
Requirements for
Emitted interference
Immunity to noise
Industry
EN 50081-2
EN 61000-6-2
UL certification
Recognized component mark for United States and the Canada Underwriters Laboratories
(UL) according to Standard UL 508, File 16 4110.
Declaration of conformity
The current Declaration of Conformity is on the Internet at
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/15257461
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A.2 Safety of electronic controllers
A.2
Safety of electronic controllers
Introduction
The following remarks relate to fundamental criteria and apply irrespective of the type of
controller and the manufacturer.
Reliability
Comprehensive and cost-effective measures have been taken during development and
production to increase the reliability of the devices and components as far as possible.
These include
● The selection of high-quality components
● Worst-case dimensioning of all circuits
● Systematic and computerized inspection of all supplied components
● Burning in of all LSI circuits (e.g. processors, memories, etc.)
● Measures to prevent static discharge when handling MOS circuits
● Visual checks during various stages of manufacture
● Continuous heat testing at higher ambient temperatures for several days
● Computerized final inspection
● Statistical analysis of all returned goods so that corrective measures can be initiated
immediately
● Monitoring of the primary controller components using online tests
These measures are considered to be basic measures for safety engineering. They avoid or
control the majority of faults that may occur.
Risk
A higher degree of safety standard applies to all applications and situations where there is a
risk of material damage or injury to persons if there is a failure. Special regulations specific to
the system apply to such applications. These must be taken into account for configuration of
the controller (e.g. VDE 0116 for furnaces).
For electronic controllers with safety responsibility, the measures required for preventing or
controlling faults depend on the hazard inherent in the plant. In this respect, the basic
measures listed above are no longer adequate once the hazard exceeds a certain potential.
Additional measures (e.g. double redundancy, tests, checksums, etc.) for the controller must
implemented and certified (DIN VDE 0801).
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A.2 Safety of electronic controllers
Division into safety-critical and non-safety-critical areas
Nearly all systems contain parts that perform safety-related tasks (e.g. emergency stop
switch, protective grating, two-hand controls). To avoid having to apply safety-related criteria
to the entire controller, it is customary to divide the controller into two areas - one that is
critical to safety and one that is not critical to safety. No special demands are made
concerning safety in the area that is not safety-critical as an electronic fault would not have
any effect on the safety of the system. However, in the safety-critical area, only controllers
and circuits that comply with the relevant regulations, may be used.
Important note
Even if an extremely high level of conceptual safety has been achieved in the design of an
electronic controller - e.g. through implementation of a multi-channel design - strict
adherence to all instructions in the operator's guide is mandatory, as incorrect handling could
invalidate measures taken to prevent hazardous faults or create additional potential hazards.
DANGER
Electrical, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (EMF) that occur during operation can pose
a danger to persons who are present in the direct vicinity of the product - especially
persons with pacemakers, implants, or similar devices.
The relevant directives and standards must be observed by the machine/plant operators
and persons present in the vicinity of the product. These are, for example, EMF Directive
2004/40/EEC and standards EN 12198-1 and -3 pertinent to the European Economic Area
(EEA), as well as accident prevention code BGV 11 and the associated rule BGR 11
"Electromagnetic fields" of the German employer's liability accident insurance association.
These state that a hazard analysis must be drawn up for every workplace, from which
measures for reducing dangers and their impact on persons are derived and applied, and
exposure and danger zones are defined and observed.
The safety information in the Storage, Transport, Installation, Commissioning, Operation,
Maintenance, Disassembly and Disposal sections must also be taken into account.
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A.3 Electromagnetic Compatibility
A.3
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Definition
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the ability of an electrical device to function
sufficiently in its electromagnetic environment without interfering with this environment.
The SIMOTION D410 control meets the requirements of the EU directive on EMC and the
EMC law of the European single market 89/339/EEC.
Relevant standards regarding electromagnetic compatibility
The following EMC standards are met if the EMC installation guideline (order number
6FC5297-☐AD30-0AP☐) is complied with:
Table A-2
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Informational topic
Standard
Product standard
DIN EN 61800-3
Emitted interference
DIN EN 61000-6-4
Noise immunity
DIN EN 61000-6-2
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ESD guidelines
B.1
ESD definition
What does ESD mean?
All electronic modules are equipped with highly integrated modules or components. Because
of the technology used, these electronic components are very sensitive to overvoltages and
thus to discharge of static electricity.
The acronym ESD has become the established designation for such Electrostatic Sensitive
Devices. The ESD designation is used internationally to refer to electrostatic sensitive
devices.
Electrostatic sensitive devices are identified by the following symbol:
Figure B-1
Symbol for identification of electrostatic sensitive devices
CAUTION
Electrostatic sensitive devices can be irreparably damaged by voltages that are far lower
than anything a person can perceive. These voltages occur if you touch a component or the
electrical connection of a module without having previously discharged any static from your
body. Any damage that occurs to a module as a result of overvoltage is generally not
recognized immediately and only comes to light after the equipment has been operating for
some time.
B.2
Electrostatic charging of individuals
Any person who is not conductively connected to the electrical potential of the environment
can accumulate an electrostatic charge.
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B.3 Basic measures for protection against discharge of static electricity
This figure indicates the maximum electrostatic charges that can accumulate on an operator
when he comes into contact with the indicated materials. These values comply with the
specifications in IEC 801-2.
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B.3
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Electrostatic voltage that can accumulate on operating personnel
Basic measures for protection against discharge of static electricity
Ensure sufficient grounding
When working with electrostatic sensitive devices, make sure that the you, your workstation,
and the packaging are properly grounded. This prevents the accumulation of static
electricity.
Avoid direct contact
You should only touch ESD components if unavoidable (for example, during maintenance
work). When you touch modules, make sure that you do not touch either the pins on the
modules or the printed conductors. If you follow these instructions, electrostatic discharge
cannot reach or damage sensitive components.
If you have to take measurements on a module, make sure that you first discharge any static
that may have accumulated in your body. To do this, touch a grounded metal object. Only
use grounded measuring instruments.
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Appendix
C.1
List of abbreviations
Table C-1
Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Description
ASIC
Application Specific Integrated Circuit
CF card
CompactFlash Card
CUA
Control Unit Adapter
DAC
Digital-to-analog converter
DESINA
Decentralized and standardized installation technology for machine tools and
manufacturing systems
DI
Digital Input
DIP
Dual In Line Package
DO
Digital Output
DP
Distributed I/O
DRIVE-CLiQ
DRIVE Component Link with IQ
DSC
Dynamic Servo Control (DSC) enables the actual position value to be evaluated in
a fast speed controller cycle directly in the drive.
ECOFAST
Energy and Communication Field Installation System
EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EP
Enable Pulses
ES
Engineering System
ESD
Electrostatically Sensitive Devices
FW
Firmware
GSD
Device master data (device parameter list for integration in HW config)
HTL
High Threshold-Logic
HW
Hardware
I/O
Input/Output
IM
Interface module
IRT
Isochronous Real Time Ethernet
KTY
Special temperature sensor
LED
Light Emitting Diode
OLP
Optical Link Plug
OS
Operating state
PB
PROFIBUS
PELV
Protective Extra Low Voltage
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Abbreviation
Description
PG/PC
Programming Device / Personal Computer
PN
PROFINET
PROFIBUS DP
Process Field Bus - Decentral Periphery
PS
Power Supply
PTC
Positive Temperature Coefficient
PZD
Process status data
RT
Real Time Ethernet (non-isochronous PROFINET)
SBC
Safe Brake Control
SCOUT
SIMOTION Controlling with Optimized Usability Toolbox
(Engineering system in the SIMOTION product family)
SITOP
Power supply
SM
Sensor module (SINAMICS)
SMC
Sensor Module Cabinet, encoder connection to DRIVE-CLiQ
SME
Sensor Module External, encoder connection to DRIVE-CLiQ (with high safety
class)
SMx
Sensor Module
(overview for various sensor modules, e.g. SMI (integrated sensor module) or SME
(external sensor module))
SS1
Safe Stop 1
STO
Safe Torque Off
SW
Software
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
TIA
Totally Integrated Automation
TM
Terminal Module for DRIVE-CLiQ
TO
Technology object
TP
Technology package
TTL
Transistor Transistor Logic
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Index
A
Abbreviations, 146
Applications, 11
Automatic D410 downgrading, 124
Automatic D410 upgrading, 124
Axis
Creating with Axis Wizard, 79
Testing, 111
B
Boot sector
License key, 127
Bootloader, 133
Reading, 133
Writing, 133
C
CE
Identifier, 139
CF card, 27
Type plate, 27
Commissioning steps, 61
Compact Flash Card
Inserting, 32
CompactFlash card, 27
Licenses, 27
Type plate, 27
View, 27
CompactFlash Card, 38
Formatting, 132
Replacing, 131
Saving user data, 132
Writing, 131
Writing data using the programming device /
PC, 132
Configuration
Global measuring inputs on D410, 101
Local measuring inputs on D410, 101
Measuring inputs on D410, 101
Configuring
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DI/DOs on D410, 90
Configuring encoders, 81
Configuring the internal encoder, 82
D
D410
Automatic downgrading, 124
Automatic upgrading, 124
Diagnostic functions, 138
Downgrading, 126
I/Os, 85
LED status on the PROFINET port, 53
Message frame extension, 97
Onboard I/Os, 85
RESET button, 34
Upgrading, 126
Upgrading the firmware, 126
D410 configuration
Message frame 39x, 87
D410 device version, 121
Upgrading, 121
D410 devices update
Downgrading, 138
D410 diagnosis
Diagnostic functions, 138
LED display, 136
Switch 6, 138
Switch 7, 138
D410 downgrading, 126
Devices update, 138
D410 LEDs, 135
D410 LEDs display, 135
Diagnostics data, 136
D410 LEDs state, 135
D410 message frame configuration
Message frame 39x, 87
D410 onboard I/Os
Digital outputs, 100
D410 operating state, 135
LEDs, 135
D410 PN
Initialization, 54
IP Address, 54
LED display on the PROFINET port, 53
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Index
LED status on the port, 53
Node initialization, 54
PROFINET interface, 53
Reading the IP address, 55
Renaming a device, 54
D410 PN PROFINET port
LED display, 53
D410 project
Downloading to the file system, 72
Downloading to the target system, 71
D410 quantity framework
High-speed output cams / DOs, 87
D410 upgrading, 126
Declaration of conformity, 139
Device names
Changing on the D410 PN, 55
Configuring on the D410 PN, 55
Diagnostics buffer entries, 40
DMC20
Creating, 108
Properties, 107
DP cycle
PROFIBUS, 49
PROFINET, 56
Drive control panel, 109
Drive Wizard
Calling, 63
Executing, 70
E
EMC guidelines, 139
Encoder, 84
over PROFIBUS, 84
Via PROFINET, 84
ESD guideline, 143
Expanding a message frame
D410, 97
External encoders
Configuring in SIMOTION, 84
F
Fan, 125
Operating hours counter, 125
Replacing the fan, 125
Fan operating hours counter, 125
Fetching the IP address of the D410 PN, 55
Firmware update
Starting manually, 128
Free message frame configuring on D410
148
BICO, 92
Interconnection, 91, 92
Message frame 999, 92
P915/P916, 91
G
Gateway for D410 PN, 55
Global measuring inputs on D410, 101
Parameters, 104
Guideline
ESD, 143
H
High-speed output cams
D410, 100
HW Config alignment, 70
I
I/Os of the D410, 85
IEC 1131, 139
Initialization
D410 PN, 54
Integrated drive
SINAMICS S120, 63
Interfaces
PROFIBUS DP interface, 48
IP Address
Changing on the D410 PN, 55
Configuring on the D410 PN, 55
L
Libraries
Upgrading, 130
License key, 127
Licenses
Runtime, 27
Local measuring inputs on D410, 101
Parameters, 103
M
Measuring inputs on D410
Comparison of local and global measuring
inputs, 101
Memory model, 35
Memory reset, 115
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Using SIMOTION SCOUT, 116
Using the mode selector switch, 116
Message frame 391 on D410, 87
Message frame 392 on D410, 87
Message frame 39x on D410, 87
PSD1, 89
PSD2, 89
PSD3, 89
PSD3 to 15, 89
Message frame configuration for D410, 87
Message frame configuring on D410, 91
Message frame extension
D410, 97
Message frames on D410
39x, 87
N
Nameplates
SIMOTION D410 DP, 21
SIMOTION D410 PN, 25
Non-volatile data, 36
Non-volatile system
Deleting user data, 117
O
Offline configuration, 62
Onboard I/Os of the D410, 85
Onboard I/Os on the D410, 101
Probe inputs, 101
Online configuration, 73
Overview of the use of the I/Os on the D410, 85
P
Possible applications, 11
Probe inputs on D410, 101
Process status data, 92
PROFIBUS addresses
Assign, 47
PROFIBUS DP
Configuring, 46
Creating a new subnet, 48
Definition, 46
DP cycle, 49
PROFIBUS DP interface, 48
PROFINET
Configuring, 52
D410 PN interfaces, 53
DP cycle, 56
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Programming device / PC
Activate the online connection, 74
Project
Creating, 43
Download to the target system, 130
Upgrading, 128
PSD, 92
Maximum number, 92
R
References, 3
Replacing the D410 module
DP with PN and vice versa, 121
In HW Config, 121
Installing/removing the module, 123
Replacing the module
DRIVE-CLiQ, 124
Reset
D410, 34
Restoring the default settings
SIMOTION D410, 118
SINAMICS Integrated, 118
Rules
PROFINET send cycle, 58
SIMOTION D410 DP, 51
SIMOTION D410 PN, 59
System clocks, 50
Runtime licenses, 27
S
Safety of electronic controllers, 140
SIMOTION D410
Product variants, 11
System
Shutdown, 119
System cycle clock
DP cycle, 49, 56
IPO cycle, 49, 56
System function
_savePersistentMemoryData, 39
System integration, 12
T
Technology package
Upgrading, 129
Terminal Module TM41, 106
Configuring, 106
Testing the drive, 109
149
Index
Type plate
CF card, 27
U
UL certification, 139
Updating firmware
SINAMICS components, 128
Upgrading
Libraries, 130
Project, 128
Technology package, 129
150
User data
deleting, 117
Downloading, 113
Saving, 114
User memory concept, 35
V
Volatile data, 37
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