Installation G6 Control IO-link

COMBIVERT G6
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE | INSTALLATION G6 CONTROL IO-LINK
Translation of the original manual
Document 20137234 EN 00
Preface
Preface
The described hard- and software are developments of the KEB Automation KG. The
enclosed documents correspond to conditions valid at printing. Misprint, mistakes and
technical changes reserved.
Signal words and symbols
Certain operations can cause hazards during the installation, operation or thereafter.
There are safety informations in the documentation in front of these operations. Security
signs are located on the device or machine. A warning contains signal words which are
explained in the following table:
DANGER
Dangerous situation, which will cause death or serious injury in case of
non-observance of this safety instruction.
WARNING
Dangerous situation, which may cause death or serious injury in case of
non-observance of this safety instruction.
CAUTION
Dangerous situation, which may cause minor injury in case of non-observance of this safety instruction.
Attention
Situation, which can cause damage to property in case of non-observance.
RESTRICTION
Is used when certain conditions must meet the validity of statements or the result is
limited to a certain validity range.
Is used when the result will be better, more economic or trouble-free by following
these procedures.
More symbols
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Enumerations are marked with dots or indents.
Cross reference to another chapter or another page.
Note to further documentation.
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Preface
Laws and guidelines
KEB Automation KG confirms with the CE mark and the EC declaration of conformity,
that our device complies with the essential safety requirements.
The CE mark is located on the name plate. The EC declaration of conformity can be
downloaded on demand via our website. Further information is provided in chapter "Certification".
Warranty
The warranty on design, material or workmanship for the acquired device is given in the
current terms and conditions.
Here you will find our current terms and conditions.
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Further agreements or specifications require a written confirmation.
Support
Through multiple applications not every imaginable case has been taken into account. If you require further information or if problems occur which are not treated detailed in the documentation, you can request the necessary information via the local
KEB Automation KG agency.
The use of our units in the target products is beyond of our control and therefore
exclusively the responsibility of the machine manufacturer, system integrator or
customer.
The information contained in the technical documentation, as well as any user-specific
advice in spoken and written and through tests, are made to best of our knowledge and
information about the application. However, they are considered for information only
without responsibility. This also applies to any violation of industrial property rights of a
third-party.
Selection of our units in view of their suitability for the intended use must be done generally by the user.
Tests can only be done within the application by the machine manufacturer. They
must be repeated, even if only parts of hardware, software or the unit adjustment
are modified.
Copyright
The customer may use the instruction manual as well as further documents or parts from
it for internal purposes. Copyrights are with KEB Automation KG and remain valid in its
entirety.
Other wordmarks or/and logos are trademarks (™) or registered trademarks (®) of their
respective owners and are listed in the footnote on the first occurrence.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Preface..................................................................................................................................................... 3
Signal words and symbols.............................................................................................................. 3
More symbols..................................................................................................................................3
Laws and guidelines........................................................................................................................ 4
Warranty ........................................................................................................................................4
Support ........................................................................................................................................4
Copyright.........................................................................................................................................4
Table of Contents.................................................................................................................................... 5
List of Figures.......................................................................................................................................... 6
List of Tables........................................................................................................................................... 6
Glossary................................................................................................................................................... 7
Used standards....................................................................................................................................... 9
1 Basic Safety Instructions..............................................11
1.1 Target group.................................................................................................................................... 11
1.2 Validity of this manual.................................................................................................................... 11
1.3 Electrical connection..................................................................................................................... 12
1.4 Start-up and operation................................................................................................................... 12
2 Product Description..................................................... 13
2.1 Part code......................................................................................................................................... 13
3 Control circuit IO-Link.................................................. 15
3.1 Overview.......................................................................................................................................... 15
3.1.1 Inverter status LED1............................................................................................................ 15
3.1.2 IO-Link device interface....................................................................................................... 16
3.1.3 Assembly of the wires.......................................................................................................... 16
3.1.4 Diagnosis/visualisation........................................................................................................ 17
3.1.4.1 Assignment of the interface X4A...................................................................................... 17
3.1.4.2 Connection of the RS232 interface.................................................................................. 18
3.1.4.3 Connection of the RS485 interface.................................................................................. 18
3.1.4.4 Wiring RS485 full duplex.................................................................................................. 18
3.1.4.5 Wiring RS485 half duplex................................................................................................. 19
3.1.5 Control terminal strip X2A.................................................................................................... 20
3.1.5.1 Assembly of the PUSH-IN terminal strip........................................................................... 20
3.1.5.2 Assignment of the terminal strip X2A................................................................................ 21
3.1.5.3 Connection of the digital inputs........................................................................................ 23
3.1.5.4 Connection of the digital outputs...................................................................................... 24
3.1.5.5 Connection of the analog inputs....................................................................................... 24
3.1.5.6 Connection of the analog outputs
.......................................................................................................................................25
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List of Figures
3.1.5.7 Connection of the relay outputs........................................................................................ 25
4 Parameter Description................................................. 26
List of Figures
Figure 1:
Figure 2:
Figure 3:
Figure 4:
Figure 5:
Figure 6:
Figure 7:
Figure 8:
Figure 9:
Figure 10:
Figure 11:
Figure 12:
Overview...........................................................................................................................15
IO-Link device interface.................................................................................................... 16
Assembly of the wires....................................................................................................... 16
Assignment of the interface X4A....................................................................................... 17
Serial cable.......................................................................................................................18
Wiring RS485 full duplex.................................................................................................. 18
Wiring RS485 half duplex................................................................................................. 19
Assembly of the PUSH-IN terminal strip........................................................................... 20
Connection of the digital outputs...................................................................................... 24
Connection of the analog inputs....................................................................................... 24
Connection of the analog outputs..................................................................................... 25
Connection of the relay outputs........................................................................................ 25
List of Tables
Table 1:
Table 2:
Table 3:
Table 4:
Table 5:
Table 6:
Table 7:
Table 8:
Table 9:
Table 10:
Table 11:
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Part code..........................................................................................................................14
Inverter status LED1......................................................................................................... 15
Assembly of connecting wires.......................................................................................... 16
Diagnosis/visualisation..................................................................................................... 17
Assembly of the PUSH-IN terminal strip........................................................................... 20
Assignment of the terminal strip X2A................................................................................ 22
Connection of the digital inputs......................................................................................... 23
Factory setting of the setpoint inputs................................................................................ 24
Factory setting of the analog outputs................................................................................ 25
Factory setting of the relay outputs................................................................................... 25
Parameter Description...................................................................................................... 26
Glossary
Glossary
0V
Earth-potential-free common point
1ph
1-phase mains
3ph
3-phase mains
AC
AC current or voltage
ASCL
Asynchronous sensorless closed
loop
AWG
American wire gauge
BiSS
Open source real-time interface
for sensors and actuators (DIN
5008)
KTY
Silicium temperature sensor (polarized)
MCM
American unit for large wire cross
sections
Modulation
Means in drive technology that the
power modules are controlled
MTTF
Mean service life to failure
NN
Sea level
OC
Overcurrent
OSSD
Output switching element; - an
output signal that is checked in
regular intervals on its shutdown.
(safety technology)
PE
Protective earth
PELV
Protective Extra Low Voltage
PFD
Term used in the safety technology (EN 61508-1...7) for the size of
error probability
PFH
Term used in the safety technology (EN 61508-1...7) for the size of
error probability per hour
PLC
Programmable logic controller
Port
Part of a network address to the
assignment of TCP and UDP
connections
CAN
Fieldbus system
COMBIVERT
KEB drive converters
COMBIVIS
KEB start-up and parameterizing
software
DC
DC current or voltage
DIN
German Institut for standardization
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
Emergency
stop
Shutdown of a drive in emergency
case (not de-energized)
Emergency
switching off
Switching off the voltage supply in
emergency case
Emulation
Software-generated encoder
output
EN
European standard
Endat
Bidirectional encoder interface of
the company Heidenhain
PT100
Temperature sensor with
R0=100Ω
EtherCAT
Real-time Ethernet bus system of
the company Beckhoff
PT1000
Temperature sensor with
R0=1000Ω
FE
Functional earth
PTC
FU
Drive converter
PTC-resistor for temperature
detection
GND
Reference potential, ground
PWM
Pulse width modulation
GTR7
Braking transistor
RJ45
Modular connector with 8 lines
HF filter
High frequency filter to the mains
SCL
Hiperface
Bidirectional encoder interface of
the company Sick-Stegmann
Synchronous sensorless closed
loop
SELV
HMI
Human maschine interface (touch
screen)
Electrically isolated low voltage
(< 60 V)
SIL
HSP5
Fast, serial protocol
HTL
Incremental signal with an output
voltage (up to 30V) -> TTL
The security integrity level is a
measure for quantifying the risk
reduction. Term used in the safety
technology (EN 61508 -1..7).
I²t-monitoring
Software function for thermal monitoring of the motor winding
SS1
Safety function „Safe stop 1“ in
accordance with IEC 61800-5-2
IEC
International standard
SSI
Synchronous serial interface for
encoder
IP xx
Degree of protection (xx for level)
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Glossary
STO
Safety function „Safe Torque Off“
in accordance with IEC 61800-5-2
TTL
Incremental signal with an output
voltage up to 5 V
USB
Universal serial bus
VARAN
Real-time Ethernet bus system
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Used standards
Used standards
DGUV regulation 3 DIN 46228-1
DIN 46228-4
DIN IEC 60364-5-54
EN 55011
EN 55021
EN 60204-1
EN 60439-1
EN 60529
EN 60664-1
EN 60721-3-1
EN 60721-3-2
EN 60721-3-3
EN 61000-2-1
EN 61000-2-4
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
EN 61000-4-34
EN 61373
EN 61508-1...7
EN 61800-2
Electrical systems and equipment
Wire-end ferrules; Tube without plastic sleeve
Wire-end ferrules; Tube with plastic sleeve
Low-voltage electrical installations - Part 5-54: Selection and erection of
electrical equipment - Earthing arrangements, protective conductors and protective bonding conductors
Industrial, scientific and medical equipment - Radio frequency disturbance
characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement
Interference to mobile radiocommunications in the presence of impulse noise Methods of judging degradation and measures to improve performance
Safety of machinery - electrical equipment of machines Part 1: General requirements (VDE 0113-1, IEC 44/709/CDV)
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies - Part 1: Type-tested and
partially type-tested assemblies
Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code) (IEC 60529)
Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems Part 1: Principles, requirements and tests (IEC 60664-1)
Classification of environmental conditions - Part 3-1: Classification of groups of
environmental parameters and their severities - section 1: Storage
Classification of environmental conditions - Part 3: Classification of groups of
environmental parameters and their severities; section 2: Transport
Classification of environmental conditions - Part 3: Classification of groups of
environmental parameters and their severities; section 3: Stationary use at
weatherprotected locations
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 2: Environment - Section 1: Description of the environment - Electromagnetic environment for low-frequency
conducted disturbances and signalling in public power supply systems
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 2-4: Environment; Compatibility
levels in industrial plants for low-frequency conducted disturbances
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4-2: Testing and measurement
techniques - Electrostatic discharge immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4-3: Testing and measurement
techniques - Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4-4: Testing and measurement
techniques - Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4-5: Testing and measurement
techniques - Surge immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4-6: Testing and measurement
techniques - Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - part 4-34: Testing and measurement
techniques - Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity
tests for equipment with mains current more than 16 A per phase
Railway applications - Rolling stock equipment - Shock and vibration tests
Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related
systems – Part 1...7 (VDE 0803-1…7, IEC 61508-1…7)
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems - Part 2: General requirements Rating specifications for low voltage adjustable frequency a.c. power drive
systems (VDE 0160-102, IEC 61800-2)
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Used standards
EN 61800-3
EN 61800-5-1
EN 61800-5-2
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
UL 61800-5-1
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Speed-adjustable electrical drives. Part 3: EMC requirements and specific test
methods (VDE 0160-103, IEC 61800-3)
Electrical power drive systems with adjustable speed. Part 5-1: Requirements
on the safety - electrical, thermal and energy requirements (VDE 0160-105-1)
Electrical power drive systems with adjustable speed. Part 5-2: Requirements
on the safety – functional safety (VDE 0160-105-2, UL 61800-5-2)
Safety of machinery - functional safety of electrical, electronic and programmable electronic safety-related systems (VDE 0113-50, IEC 62061)
Safety of machinery - safety-related parts of control systems - Part 1: General
principles for design (ISO 13849-1)
American version of the EN 61800-5-1 with „National Deviations“
Basic Safety Instructions
1 Basic Safety Instructions
The COMBIVERT is designed and constructed in accordance with state-of-the-art technology and the recognised safety rules and regulations. However, the use of such devices may cause functional hazards for life and limb of the user or third parties, or damages
to the system and other material property.
The following safety instructions have been created by the manufacturer for the area
of electric drive technology. They can be supplemented by local, country- or application-specific safety instructions. This list is not exhaustive. Non-observance will lead to
the loss of any liability claims.
Attention
Hazards and risks through ignorance.
►► Read the instruction manual !
►► Observe the safety and warning instructions !
►► If anything is unclear, please contact KEB Automation KG !
1.1 Target group
This instruction manual is determined exclusively for electrical personnel. Electrical personnel for the purpose of this instruction manual must have the following qualifications:
• Knowledge and understanding of the safety instructions.
• Skills for installation and assembly.
• Start-up and operation of the product.
• Understanding of the function in the used machine.
• Detection of hazards and risks of the electrical drive technology.
• Knowledge of DIN IEC 60364-5-54.
• Knowledge of national safety regulations (e.g. DGUV regulation 3).
1.2 Validity of this manual
This manual describes the control part of the COMBIVERT G6 IO-Link.
The manual
• contains only supplementary safety instructions.
• is only valid in connection with the power unit manual of COMBIVERT G6.
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Basic Safety Instructions
1.3 Electrical connection
DANGER
Voltage at the terminals and in the device !
Danger to life due to electric shock !
►► For any work on the unit switch off the supply voltage and secure it
against switching on.
►► Wait until the drive has stopped in order that no regenerative energy
can be generated.
►► Await capacitor discharge time (5 minutes) if necessary, measure
DC voltage at the terminals.
►► Never bridge upstream protective devices (also not for test purposes).
For a trouble-free and safe operation, please pay attention to the following instructions:
• The electrical installation shall be carried out in accordance with the relevant requirements.
• Cable cross-sections and fuses must be dimensioned according to the design of
the machine manufacturer. Specified minimum / maximum values may not be fallen
below /exceeded.
• With existing or newly wired circuits the person installing the units or machines must
ensure the EN requirements are met.
• For drive converters that are not isolated from the supply circuit (in accordance with
EN 61800-5-1) all control lines must be included in other protective measures (e.g.
double insulation or shielded, earthed and insulated).
• When using components without isolated inputs/outputs, it is necessary that equipotential bonding exists between the components to be connected (e.g. by the equipotential line). Disregard can cause destruction of the components by equalizing
currents.
1.4 Start-up and operation
The drive converter must not be started until it is determined that the installation complies with the machine directive; Account is to be taken of EN 60204-1.
WARNING
Software protection and programming !
Hazards caused by unintentional behavior of the drive!
►► Check especially during initial start-up or replacement of the drive
converter if parameterization is compatible to application.
►► Securing a unit solely with software-supported functions is not sufficient. It is imperative to install external protective measures (e.g.
limit switch) that are independent of the drive converter.
►► Secure motors against automatic restart.
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Product Description
2 Product Description
The product family COMBIVERT G6 has been developed for the universal use at openloop three-phase drives. The COMBIVERT G6 can be operated open-loop or encoderless speed or torque-controlled. The units are equipped with an integrated EMC filter.
ATTENTION
This accompanying instruction manual contains only information for the
installation and connection of the IO-Link control of the
KEB COMBIVERT G6.
Further parts of the installation manual are required depending on the
ordered type:
•
•
•
Connection and adjustments of the power unit.
Safety function STO.
Safe digital output for f = 0 Hz.
For manuals with general safety requirements and EMC conform installation please visit www.keb.de.
2.1 Part code
x x G6 x x x - x x x x
Heat sink version
1
Air-cooling (housing C, E);
Air-cooling / flat rear (housing A, B)
1: Flat rear
0:
Control,
Keyboard,
Display1
A:
B:
2:
3:
4:
5:
G6L-G controlled without keyboard/display
G6L-G controlled without keyboard/display
G6P-S SCL2 regulated without keyboard/display
G6P-S SCL2 regulated with keyboard/display
G6L-M ASCL3 regulated without keyboard/display
G6L-M ASCL3 regulated with keyboard/display
Switching frequency;
Short time current limit;
Overcurrent cut-off1
1:
2:
5:
6:
9:
A:
4 kHz / 125% / 150%
8 kHz / 125% / 150%
4 kHz / 150% / 180%
8 kHz / 150% / 180%
4 kHz / 180% / 216%
8 kHz / 180% / 216%
0:
1:
2:
3:
5:
6:
Voltage / Connection type1
1ph 230 V AC/DC
3ph 230 V AC/DC
1/3ph 230 V AC/DC
3ph 400 V AC/DC
3ph 400 V DC
1ph 230 V AC
Customer-/special version (firmware, hardware,
A-Z:
download)
Housing
A, B, C, E
continued on the next page
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Product Description
x x G6 x x x - x x x x
A:
B:
C:
D:
Without filter, without braking transistor, without
safety function STO
Without filter, with braking transistor, without safety
function STO
Internal filter; without braking transistor, without
safety function STO
Internal filter, with braking transistor, without safety
function STO
Like 0 with STO
H: Like A with f=0 Hz
Like 1 with STO
I: Like B with f=0 Hz
Like 2 with STO
K: Like C with f=0 Hz
Like 3 with STO
L: Like D with f=0 Hz
Control type
C:
D:
E:
F:
H:
I:
Analog/digital (standard)
CAN® 4
IO-Link® 5
EtherCAT® 6
Reserved
VARAN
Series
COMBIVERT G6
Inverter size
07…19
0:
1:
2:
Equipment
Table 1:
Part code
3:
Not valid for customer / special versions
SCL = Sensorless Closed Loop
3
ASCL = Asynchronous Sensorless Closed Loop
4
CANopen® is registered trademark of CAN in AUTOMATION - International Users and Manufacturers
Group e.V.
5
IO-LINK® is registered trademark of PROFIBUS user organisation e.V.
6
EtherCAT® is registered trademark and patented technology, licensed by Beckhoff Automation GmbH,
Germany
1
2
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Control circuit IO-Link
3 Control circuit IO-Link
The control provides the following functions:
•
IO-link device interface
•
Hardware allocation of digital inputs and outputs.
•
Diagnostic interface (parameter display, scope mode)
•
Hardware of the control circuit „safely separated“ according to EN 61800-5-1
(base TN-C/-S mains)
•
LED for inverter state
•
With safety function STO (separate manual)
•
Optional f=0 Hz functionality (separate manual)
3.1 Overview
Name
1
X4B
IO-link device interface
Description
2
X4A
Diagnostic interface
3
X2B
Safety function STO
4
X2A
Control terminal strip
5
LED1
4
X2B
3
5
X4B
2
1
Figure 1:
LED1
X4A
Inverter status
X2A
No.
Overview
3.1.1 Inverter status LED1
Pattern
Function
Off
Unit switched off
On
Unit ready for operation
Flashing
Table 2:
Unit in malfunction
Inverter status LED1
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Control circuit IO-Link
3.1.2 IO-Link device interface
X4B
PIN
Name
1
L+
2
C/Q
3
L-
Function
Voltage input
18…30 Vdc / 500 mA
Transmission signal
Input: 18…30 Vdc Ri:10…40 kΩ
Output: 18…30 Vdc I: 220…480 mA
0 V
Baud rate: 38.4 kBd
Accuracy of the transmission speed: ±0.16 %
Bus and control card supply voltage are not isolated.
Figure 2:
IO-Link device interface
Assembly of connecting wires with wire-end ferrules
according to DIN46228/4
Assembly of connecting wires without
wire-end ferrules
Cross-section / AWG
Metal sleeve
length
Stripping
length
Cross-section / AWG
Stripping length
0.2…0.75 mm2 / 24…19
6 mm
8 mm
0.2…1.5 mm2 / 24…16
10 mm
Connecting wires rigidy and flexible
Table 3:
Assembly of connecting wires
3.1.3 Assembly of the wires
Required tools:
Screw driver SD 0.4 x 2.5 (DIN 5264)
1.
Strip cable
Use wire-end ferrules as round, square or hexagon pressing.
2.
Plug screw driver mid into the square slot.
3.
Plug cable into the round slot, that no wires can be seen from the
outside.
4.
Remove screw driver and check if cables are fixed.
Figure 3:
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Assembly of the wires
Control circuit IO-Link
ATTENTION
A safe clamping can not be guaranteed when using shorter wire-end
ferrules.
KEB generally recommends the use of wire-end ferrules in industrial environments.
3.1.4 Diagnosis/visualisation
The integrated RS232/485 interface serves for the connection of service tools (e.g.
COMBIVIS) and displays. Telegram DIN66019II is used as communication protocol. The
RS232/485 interface lies on the same potential as the control board.
The correct configuration and language file must be loaded for the operation with
COMBIVIS. The download can be done via the KEB homepage.
Interface
Standard
Connecting cable
RS485
TIA/EIA-485 and ISO 8482
RS232
ANSI TIA/EIA-232
0058025-001D
RS232/USB
Table 4:
0058060-0020
Diagnosis/visualisation
Figure 4:
6
5
DGND (reference potential)
7
RxD-B (RS485)
7
8
TxD-A (RS485)
9
TxD-B (RS485)
8
4
reserved
9 8 7 6
RxD-A (RS485)
6
9
3
1
RxD (RS232)
2
2
3
TxD (RS232)
4
1
5
reserved
5 4 3 2 1
3.1.4.1 Assignment of the interface X4A
Assignment of the interface X4A
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Control circuit IO-Link
3.1.4.2 Connection of the RS232 interface
A RS232 cable is required to connect the control board with a PC. Transmission rate of
1.2…100 kBaud is possible.
Serial cable to connect the control board with a PC
0058025-001D
6
9
Figure 5:
1
9
6
5
5
1
Serial cable
3.1.4.3 Connection of the RS485 interface
ATTENTION
The following instructions must be observed in order to prevent interferences at the RS485 interface:
• Use in pairs, twisted and shielded cable.
• Ground outer shield at one side (prior at interference-free side).
• Connect terminating resistors (120 Ω) at both ends on pair of wires
of the communication bus.
• If available, the internal shielding must be laid at the transmitter to
ground.
• Lay earth cable between the bus nodes.
A biasing can be used if there are still interferences. However, this should be
done only once at the communication bus (preferably at the master).
3.1.4.4 Wiring RS485 full duplex
COMBIVERT
R=120Ω
COMBIVERT
5 4 3 2 1
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
9 8 7 6
4 5 7 8 9
4
5 7 8
R
Master
TxD-A
TxD-B
R
RxD-A
RxD-B
R
9
R
1)
1) The ground connection is used to reduce communication disturbances
Figure 6:
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Wiring RS485 full duplex
Control circuit IO-Link
3.1.4.5 Wiring RS485 half duplex
R=120Ω
COMBIVERT
COMBIVERT
5 4 3 2 1
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
9 8 7 6
7 4 8
5 9
7 4 8
5 9
R
1)
Master
RXD/TxD-A
RXD/TxD-B
R
1) The ground connection is used to reduce communication disturbances
Figure 7:
Wiring RS485 half duplex
Although the functional earth is connected correctly potential differences between the bus nodes can occur at long lines which disturb the communication.
To avoid the interface from destruction by high circulating current based on this,
potential differences can be reduced by connection of an additionally ground line
between the controls (0V terminal). To avoid interference coupling into the signal
line, lay these additionally ground cable outside of the bus line !
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Control circuit IO-Link
3.1.5 Control terminal strip X2A
The control terminal strip is designed as a double, plug-in terminal strip with push in
cage connection. It contains 32 poles. The following instructions must be observed at
connection:
ATTENTION
Prevent EMC malfunctions:
• Use shielded / drilled cables.
• Lay shield on one side of the inverter onto earth potential.
• Lay control and power cable separately (about 10...20 cm apart);
Lay crossings in a right angle (in case it cannot be prevented).
3.1.5.1 Assembly of the PUSH-IN terminal strip
Assembly of connecting wires with wire-end ferrules
according to DIN46228/4
Assembly of connecting wires without wireend ferrules
Cross-section /
AWG
Metal sleeve
length
Stripping
length
Cross-section / AWG
Stripping
length
0.50 mm2 / 21
10 mm
12 mm
0.14…1.5 mm2 / 25…16
10 mm
0.75 mm / 19
12 mm
14 mm
1.00 mm2 / 18
12 mm
15 mm
2
Table 5:
Connecting wires rigidy and flexible
Assembly of the PUSH-IN terminal strip
• Press pusher by hand. Insert connecting wires into the respective hole, that no single wires can be seen
from the outside or bend outward.
A first resistance must be overcome when inserting. Release the pusher.
• Check that the connecting wire is fixed and can not be pulled-out. It is important to ensure that the connecting wire and not the insulation is clamped. The connecting wire can also be inserted without pressing the pusher in case of cross-sections upto 1.00 mm².
Front view
Side view
2
4
6
8 10 12 14 16 18
1
3
5
7
9 11 13 15 17
a) Pusher
b) Connecting wire hole
Figure 8:
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Assembly of the PUSH-IN terminal strip
Control circuit IO-Link
ATTENTION
A safe clamping can not be guaranteed when using shorter wire-end
ferrules.
KEB generally recommends the use of wire-end ferrules in industrial environments.
3.1.5.2 Assignment of the terminal strip X2A
2
4
6
8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32
1
3
5
7
9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31
PIN
Name
Description
1
0V
2
Uin
Input external voltage supply
3
0V
like pin 1
4
Uout
Voltage output for the control of the digital inputs
Digital mass; Reference potential for digital inputs/outputs and Uin
5
RST
reset
6
ST 1)
Control release
7
R
Reverse direction of rotation
8
F
Forward direction of rotation
9
I2
Digital input 2
10
I1
Digital input 1
11
I4
Digital input 4
12
I3
Digital input 3
13
O2
Digital output 2
14
O1
Digital output 1
15
0V
like pin 1
16
CRF
Reference voltage for setpoint potentiometer
Specifications
U=24 VDC +20 %/-15 %
Imax=400 mA
U=24 VDC ±25 %
Imax=100 mA
8 digital inputs according to
IEC61131-2 type 1
„0“ = -3…5 VDC
„1“ = 15…30 VDC
Scan time ≤ 2 ms
2 digital transistor outputs
PNP
U=24 VDC ±25 %
Imax=50 mA ohmic load for
O1+O2 max
switching frequency = 250 Hz
10 VDC +5 %; Imax = 4 mA
continued on the next page
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Control circuit IO-Link
PIN
2
4
6
8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32
1
3
5
7
Name
9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31
Description
Specifications
17
AN1-
-Analog input 1
18
AN1+
+Analog input 1
19
AN2-
-Analog input 2
20
AN2+
+Analog input 2
21
COM
Analog mass; Reference potential for analog inputs and
outputs
22
ANOUT1
23
COM
24
ANOUT2
25
R2-C
26
R1-C
Relay 1
Switching contact
27
R2-B
Relay 2
NC contact
28
R1-B
Relay 1
NC contact
29
R2-A
Relay 2
NO contact
30
R1A
Analog output 1
U=0…±10 VDC (max.
11.5 VDC)
Imax=10 mA
Ri = 100 Ω
Resolution= 11Bit + sign
like Pin 21
Analog output 2
Relay 2
Switching contact
Relay 1
NO contact
31
R3-C
2)
Relay 3
switching contact f=0 Hz
32
R3-A 2)
Relay 3
NO contact f=0 Hz
Table 6:
adjustable:
0…±10 V (Ri=55 kΩ)
0…±20 mA (Ri=250 Ω)
4…20 mA (Ri=250 Ω)
Resolution: 10 Bit + sign
Scan time ≤ 2 ms
like Pin 22
Umax = 30 V DC
I = 0.01…1 A
max. switching cycles:
108 mechanically
500.000
at 1 A / 30 V DC
Ohmic load
is described in a separate
manual
Assignment of the terminal strip X2A
1) The control release (terminal ST) is without function for units with safety function STO.
2) Relay 3 is only equipped at the version with 0Hz functionality. The function is described in a separate manual.
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Control circuit IO-Link
3.1.5.3 Connection of the digital inputs
With internal voltage supply
With external voltage supply
4 6 8 10 12
3 5 7 9 11
4 6 8 10 12
3 5 7 9 11
+
Input
Factory setting of the digital inputs
Name
PIN
Open-loop operation
RST
5
Reset
ST
6
Control release
R
7
Reverse direction of rotation
F
8
I1
10
Fixed frequency 1
I2
9
Fixed frequency 2
I3
12
I4
11
Table 7:
Closed-loop operation
Forward direction of rotation
Fixed frequency 3
Fixed value 1
Fixed value 3
Fixed value 2
External error input (E.EF)
Activates the DC braking
–
Connection of the digital inputs
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Control circuit IO-Link
3.1.5.4 Connection of the digital outputs
Examples for the connection of the digital outputs
Connection appliance
Connection to an external control
14
13 15
14
13 15
DI2
DI1 COM
Example for the control of digital inputs and outputs
4 6 8 101214
3 5 7 9 11 13
Output
Factory setting of the digital outputs
Name
PIN
O1
14
Switches at actual value=setpoint
O2
13
Ready signal
Figure 9:
Connection of the digital outputs
3.1.5.5 Connection of the analog inputs
Examples for the connection of the analog setpoint input
R = 0…3/5/10kΩ
18 2022
17 19 21
16 18 2022
15 17 19 21
18
17
*)
+
0…±10Vdc
+
0…±20mA
4…20mA
Figure 10: Connection of the analog inputs
ATTENTION
Input
Factory setting of the setpoint inputs
Name
PIN
AN1
17/18
Analog setpoint setting 0…±10 Vdc
AN2
19/20
–
Table 8:
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*) Connect potential equalizing line only if a potential difference of
>30 V exists between the controls. The internal resistance is reduced to
30 kΩ.
Factory setting of the setpoint inputs
Control circuit IO-Link
3.1.5.6 Connection of the analog outputs
0…10Vdc
Imax=10mA
0…10Vdc
Imax=10mA
2224
21 23
Figure 11: Connection of the analog outputs
Output
Factory setting of the analog outputs
Name
PIN
Open-loop operation
Closed-loop operation
AO1
22
Actual value display (CP01)
0…±400 Hz
Actual value display (CP01)
0…±4000 rpm
AO2
24
Table 9:
Apparent current 0…2•IoutN
Factory setting of the analog outputs
3.1.5.7 Connection of the relay outputs
Specification:
262830
Voltage (U)
Current (I)
[Vdc] max. 30
[A]
0.01…1
Ohmic load
R1
R2
252729
Figure 12: Connection of the relay outputs
Output
Factory setting of the relay outputs
Name
PIN
R1
26/28/30
R2
Table 10:
25/27/29
Open-loop operation
Closed-loop operation
Fault relay
Frequency-dependent switch
Run signal
Factory setting of the relay outputs
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Parameter Description
4 Parameter Description
On delivery the KEB COMBIVERT G6 is assigned with an user menu, the customer
parameters (CP-Parameters). These represent a selection of important parameters for
the operation.
Up to a maximum of 48 customer parameters can be defined from over 500 parameters. Only parameter CP00 password input is predefined and can not be modified or
deleted. Depending on the unit, there are three different customer parameter menus:
•
for open-loop operation
00G6N1B-C000
•
for ASCL operation
00G6N1B-H000
•
for SCL operation
00G6N1B-J000
The menu to be used can be determined from parameter CP48 (see below).
CP48 Software version
Setting Description
–
Display of the software version
The first two digits display the major and minor version number (e.g. 1.2.x.x → V1.2)
The third digit displays the power unit software (open-loop, ASCL, SCL). Depending
therefrom there are different customer parameter menu implemented. The corresponding instruction manuals are shown in the following table.
Instruction manual
Power unit software
Material Number
x.x.0.x
Power unit open-loop 1st version
00G6N1B-C000
x.x.1.x
Power unit open-loop 2nd version
00G6N1B-C000
x.x.2.x
Power unit ASCL
00G6N1B-H000
x.x.3.x
Power unit SCL
00G6N1B-J000
The fourth digit displays a serial number for the date code.
Parameter Description
Value range
0.0.0.0 … F.F.F.F
Table 11:
The instruction manuals are also available for download on our homepage.
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