IOLG2EI-03208R01 – EtherNet/IP

IOLG2EI-03208R01 – EtherNet/IP
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IOLG2EI-03208R01 – EtherNet/IP™
IO-Link Master
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Operating instructions IO-Link Master IOLG2EI-03208R01 – EtherNet/IP™

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Contents
Contents
1
General information............................................................................ 5
1.1
Information on the operating instructions................................5
1.2
Explanation of symbols..............................................................5
1.3Abbreviations..............................................................................5
1.4
Limitation of liability...................................................................6
1.5
Scope of delivery........................................................................6
1.6
Customer service........................................................................6
1.7
EU declaration of conformity......................................................7
2Safety................................................................................................... 8
3
2.1
Intended use...............................................................................8
2.2
Incorrect use...............................................................................8
2.3
Requirements for qualified personnel.......................................9
Setup and function........................................................................... 10
3.1Setup........................................................................................ 10
3.2Function.................................................................................... 11
3.3
Status indicators and operating elements............................ 11
4Mounting........................................................................................... 15
4.1
5
Mounting the IO-Link Master.................................................. 15
Electrical connection........................................................................ 15
5.1Safety........................................................................................ 15
5.2
IO-Link Master electrical connection...................................... 16
5.3
Connection diagrams.............................................................. 17
5.3.1
Connection diagram for
“POWER OUT” and “POWER IN” supply voltage..... 17
5.3.2
“EtherNet/IP™” connection diagram..................... 18
5.3.3
“IO-Link port” connection diagram......................... 18
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System integration and configuration............................................ 19
6.1
Integrating the IO-Link Master into the system..................... 19
6.2
Configuring the IO-Link Master............................................... 23
6.2.1
Data configuration................................................... 23
6.2.2
Configuration data................................................... 23
6.2.3
Module configuration............................................... 24
6.2.4
IO-Link port configuration........................................ 24
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Contents
6.3
7
6.2.5
Input data................................................................. 25
6.2.6
Process data outputs.............................................. 28
IO-Link object class code: 0x96 (CIP generic)....................... 29
Operation on the IO-Link Master..................................................... 32
7.1
7.2
7.3
Status indicators and operating buttons............................... 32
7.1.1
Operating buttons.................................................... 32
7.1.2
Configuring display LEDs......................................... 33
Modes and displays................................................................. 33
7.2.1
Operating mode....................................................... 33
7.2.2
Edit mode and fast-scroll mode.............................. 33
7.2.3
Ping mode................................................................ 33
Locking and unlocking edit mode for display........................ 34
7.4Commissioning........................................................................ 34
37
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7.5
Main menu............................................................................... 35
7.6
“IP CONFIG” menu and changing address............................. 35
7.7
“IP SETUP” menu..................................................................... 37
7.8
“MODULE INFO” menu – information about the IO-Link Master
Operation via the web server........................................................... 38
8.1
General information................................................................ 38
8.2Views........................................................................................ 38
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Cleaning and maintenance.............................................................. 46
10Disposal............................................................................................. 46
11 Technical data................................................................................... 47
11.1Dimensions.............................................................................. 47
11.2Supply....................................................................................... 48
11.3EtherNet................................................................................... 48
11.4 Operating conditions............................................................... 48
11.5 Constructional design............................................................. 48
Index........................................................................................................... 49
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General information
1 General information
1.1
Information on the operating instructions
These operating instructions supplement the supplied QuickStart guide
and include additional information and more detailed descriptions of working with the IOLG2EI-03208R01 EtherNet/IP™ IO-Link Master.
These operating instructions are intended for qualified personnel and electrical specialists and must be read before starting any work.
1.2
Explanation of symbols
Physical damage
Warnings in these operating instructions are labeled with symbols.
These warnings must be observed at all times and care must be taken to
avoid physical damage.
WARNING!
… indicates a possible hazardous situation which may
lead to physical damage if it is not avoided.
Tips and recommendations
NOTE!
… highlights useful tips and recommendations as well as
information for efficient and trouble-free operation.
1.3
Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Description
DID
Device ID
EIP
EtherNet/IP™
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
FE
Functional grounding
I
Standard input port
ISDU
Index Service Data Unit (IO-Link service data parameters)
O
Standard output port
VID
Vendor ID
Table 1:
Abbreviations
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General information
1.4
Limitation of liability
Applicable standards and regulations, the latest state of technological
development, and many years of knowledge and experience have all been
taken into account when assembling the data and information contained in
these operating instructions.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage caused by:
• Failing to observe the operating instructions
• Incorrect use
• Use by untrained personnel
• Opening the housing
• Unauthorized conversions
• Technical modifications
• Use of defective devices
• Use of unauthorized spare parts/consumable parts.
With special variants, where optional extras have been ordered, or owing to
the latest technical changes, the actual scope of delivery may vary from the
features and illustrations shown here.
1.5
Scope of delivery
Included with delivery:
• IOLG2EI-03208R01 EtherNet/IP™ IO-Link Master
• 4 M12 blind plugs for sealing unused IO-Link ports
• M4 ground strap with M4 x 6 screw
• 20 labels
Supplied documentation:
• QuickStart
1.6
Customer service
If you require any technical information, our customer service department
will be happy to help.
See the back page for your representative office.
NOTE!
In order to allow us to deal with the matter quickly, please
note down the type designation and order number before
calling. This information can be found on the side of the
IO-Link Master.
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General information
1.7
EU declaration of conformity
→ You can download the EU declaration of conformity via the
Internet from “www.sick.com”.
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Safety
2 Safety
2.1
Intended use
The IOLG2EI-03208R01 IO-Link Master is a remote IO-Link
input and output module for integration into an EtherNet/IP™ network.
The IOLG2EI-03208R01 IO-Link Master may only be used in applications in
which the safety of personnel does not depend on the device function.
SICK AG assumes no liability for losses or damage arising from the use of
the product, either directly or indirectly. This applies in particular to use of
the product that does not conform to its intended purpose and is neither
described nor mentioned in this documentation.
2.2
Incorrect use
The IOLG2EI-03208R01 IO-Link Master must not be used in explosive
environments.
Any other use that is not described as a correct use is prohibited.
No accessories may be connected which have not been explicitly stipulated, in terms of quantity and properties, and approved by SICK AG.
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Safety
2.3
Requirements for qualified personnel
WARNING!
Damage to the device in the event of improper handling!
Improper handling may lead to physical damage.
For this reason:
• All work must only ever be carried out by the stipulated
persons.
The operating instructions state the following qualification requirements for
the various areas of work:
• Qualified personnel
are able to carry out the work assigned to them and independently
recognize potential risks due to their specialist training, knowledge, and
experience, as well as knowledge of the relevant regulations.
• Electrical specialists
are able to carry out work on electrical systems and independently
recognize potential risks due to their specialist training, knowledge, and
experience, as well as knowledge of the relevant standards and regulations.
In Germany, electrical specialists must meet the specifications of the
BGV A3 Work Safety Regulations (e.g., Master Electrician). Other relevant
regulations applicable in other countries must be observed.
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Setup and function
3 Setup and function
3.1
Setup
EIP1
EIP2
255
POWER
OUT
POWER
IN
US UA Mod Net
100 LK1 100 LK2
00
01
08
09
02
03
10
11
04
05
12
13
06
07
14
15
Fig. 1: IOLG2EI-03208R01 EtherNet/IP™ IO-Link Master setup
1 Functional grounding connection
ß Mounting hole
2 EtherNet/IP port 1
à EtherNet/IP port 2
3 Display with operating buttons and
two display LEDs
áLabel
4 Output supply voltage
5 Status LED: IO-Link Master/
EtherNet communication
â Input supply voltage
ã Port 08 / 09
ä Pin/port LEDs: Signal status
6 Port 00 / 01
å Port 10 / 11
7 Port 02 / 03
æ Port 12 / 13
8 Port 04 / 05
ç Port 14 / 15
9 Port 06 / 07
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Port mapping
3.2
Function
Port
Labelling IO-Link Master
Port 0
Port 00 / 01
Port 1
Port 02 / 03
Port 2
Port 04 / 05
Port 3
Port 06 / 07
Port 4
Port 08 / 09
Port 5
Port 10 / 11
Port 6
Port 12 / 13
Port 7
Port 14 / 15
Table 2:
Port assignment
The IOLG2EI-03208R01 IO-Link Master is a remote IO-Link
input and output module for integration into an EtherNet/IP™ network.
The eight ports can be configured and used independently of one another.
They can either be configured as IO-Link ports or standard I/O ports.
The IO-Link Master is integrated and configured using project planning software. It can also be operated via the display or the web server.
3.3
Status indicators and operating elements
Overview
P
S
IP
SN
GW
007
↑
3 2 1 0
Fig. 2: Status indicators and operating buttons
1 Display LED (configurable)
IP IP address
2 Arrow pushbutton
SN Subnet address
3 Display
GW Gateway address
4 Set pushbutton
0
Fourth octet
5 Display LED (configurable)
1
Third octet
6 Cursor for selecting the
address type
2
Second octet
3
First octet
7 Cursor for selecting the octet
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Operating buttons
Pushbutton
Description
↑
•Select menu.
•Scroll through the menu.
•In edit mode: Change value.
•Activate fast-scroll mode: Press and hold pushbutton in
edit mode.
S
•Scroll through the main menu: Press pushbutton briefly.
•Activate edit mode: Press the pushbutton for longer than
3 seconds.
•In edit mode: Save value and scroll to the next value.
•In ping mode: Exit ping mode.
Table 3:
Functions of the operating buttons
Function indicators (LEDs)
US UA Mod Net
00
01
1
100 LK1 100 LK2
08
2
09
Fig. 3: Function indicators (LEDs)
1 Status LEDs: IO-Link Master/EtherNet communication
2 Pin/port LEDs: Signal status
Pin/port LEDs: Pin 2 and pin 4 assignment
Port configured as
Right LED
Left LED
IO-Link port
Pin 4 signal status
Pin 2 signal status
Standard I/O port
Pin 2 signal status
Pin 4 signal status
Table 4:
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Pin/port LEDs: Assignment
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Status LEDs: IO-Link Master
Function indicator
Description
US
•LED lights up green: Sensor supply OK.
•LED flashes red: Sensor supply < 18 V
UA
•LED lights up green: Actuator supply OK.
•LED flashes red: Actuator supply < 18 V
•LED lights up red: No actuator supply
Mod
•LED flashes green: IO-Link Master incorrectly configured
or not configured
•LED green: IO-Link Master is operating
•LED flashes red: Fixed bus clock is not possible
•LED flashes red/green: Initial sequence
Net
•LED off:
–– IO-Link Master is off/not supplied with power or
–– IO-Link Master is on but not configured with an IP
address
–– The IO-Link Master was started but there is no EIP
connection, e.g., network cable is not plugged in
•LED flashes green: IO-Link Master incorrectly configured
or not configured
•LED green: Connection established
•LED flashes red: Connection timeout
•LED flashes red/green: Initial sequence
Table 5:
Status LEDs:
EtherNet communication
Function indicator
Description
100
•LED off: Bus clock 10 Mbit/s
•LED lights up yellow: Bus clock 100 Mbit/s
L/A1 and L/A2
•LED green: Data transfer
Table 6:
Pin/port LEDs: Standard I/O port
Status LEDs: IO-Link Master
Status LEDs: EtherNet communication
LED display
Description
Off
The I/O state of the relevant input or output pin is “0”
Yellow
The I/O state of the relevant input or output pin is “1”
Flashing red
Short-circuit in sensor supply between pin 1 and pin 3
Red
Short-circuit on relevant output, either between pin 2
and pin 3 and/or between pin 4 and pin 3
Table 7:
Pin/port LEDs: Standard I/O port
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Pin/port LEDs: IO-Link port
LED display
Description
Green
IO-Link communication running
Flashing green
No IO-Link communication
Green, fast flashing
IO-Link port in preoperate mode
Red, fast flashing
Data storage or validation failed.
Red
IO-Link short-circuit between pin 3 and pin 4
Table 8:
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Pin/port LEDs: IO-Link port
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Mounting
4 Mounting
4.1
Mounting the IO-Link Master
>> Mount the IO-Link Master using the 2 mounting holes with M6 screws
and washers.
5 Electrical connection
5.1
Safety
Electromagnetic fault
WARNING!
Electromagnetic fault!
Electromagnetic fault can cause the device, system, or
nearby devices to malfunction! The IO-Link Master meets
the requirements of Class A (industrial applications). Operation in other electromagnetic environments may cause
faults or malfunctions.
• The operator must take appropriate precautions.
• Only connect the IO-Link Master to approved voltage
supplies.
• Only use approved cables.
Working with live parts
WARNING!
Equipment damage due to working with live parts!
Working with live parts may result in damage to the
equipment.
• Only connect and disconnect cable connections when
the power is off.
Incorrect supply voltage
WARNING!
Equipment damage due to incorrect supply voltage!
An incorrect supply voltage may result in damage to the
equipment.
• Protect the supply voltage with max. 8 A fuses.
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Electrical connection
Excessive current load
WARNING!
Equipment damage due to excessive current load!
An excessive current load may result in damage to the
equipment.
• Do not exceed the maximum permissible total current
of 8 A for the IO-Link Master.
• Each output provides a maximum current of 2 A.
• The sensors/bus and actuators should be powered via
separate current sources if possible.
Incorrect functional grounding
WARNING!
Incorrect functional grounding!
An incorrect functional grounding may result in equipment damage or malfunction.
• The grounding between the IO-Link Master and the
machine must be a low-impedance system.
• The ground connection must be as short as possible.
5.2
IO-Link Master electrical connection
1. Ensure power supply is not connected.
2. Connect the IO-Link Master to the functional grounding of the system
using the supplied ground strap. See next page.
3. Connect supply voltage to “POWER IN” using a suitable cable.
4. Connect fieldbus connection via EIP1/EIP2.
5. Connect IO-Link devices or standard devices to the IO-Link ports.
6. If provided, connect the next gateway to “POWER OUT”.
Functional grounding
Fig. 4: Ground connection
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Electrical connection
7. IO-Link ports that are not in use must be sealed with M12 blind plugs
to ensure the enclosure rating of IP 67.
NOTE!
Four M12 blind plugs are included in the scope of delivery.
5.3
5.3.1
Connection diagrams
Connection diagram for “POWER OUT” and “POWER IN” supply voltage
NOTE!
Note the pin assignment of the used connecting cables.
3
1 1
3
4
2 2
4
Fig. 5: Supply voltage
Left: Output “POWER OUT” 7/8” female connector, 4-pin
Right: Input “POWER IN” 7/8” male connector, 4-pin
Contact
Signal
Description
1
24 V DC
Actuator power supply
2
24 V DC
IO-Link Master and/or sensor power supply
3
0 V
GND IO-Link Master and/or sensor power
supply
4
0 V
GND actuator power supply
Table 9:
Description of “POWER OUT” and “POWER IN” supply voltage
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Electrical connection
5.3.2
“EtherNet/IP™” connection diagram
2
1
3
4
Fig. 6: EtherNet/IP™ connection diagram, M12 female connector, D-coded, 4-pin
Contact
Signal
Description
1
Tx+
Transmitter+
2
Rx+
Receiver+
3
Tx–
Transmitter–
4
Rx–
Receiver
Table 10: EtherNet/IP™ description, M12 female connector, D-coded, 4-pin
5.3.3
“IO-Link port” connection diagram
2
1
5
3
4
Fig. 7: IO-Link port connection diagram, M12 female connector, A-coded, 5-pin
Port used as I/O port
Contact
Signal
Description
1
L+
24 V DC, 1.6 A
2
I/O
Input and output (max. 2 A)
3
M
GND
4
I/O
Input and output (max. 2 A)
5
Not connected
Not connected
Table 11: IO-Link port description, M12 female connector, A-coded, 5-pin
Port used as IO-Link port
Contact
Signal
Description
1
L+
24 V DC, 1.6 A
2
I/O
Input and output (max. 2 A)
3
M
GND
4
IO-Link
IO-Link (max. 2 A)
5
Not connected
Not connected
Table 12: IO-Link port description, M12 female connector, A-coded, 5-pin
For the digital sensor inputs, see EN 61131-2, type 2.
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System integration and configuration
6 System integration and configuration
6.1
Integrating the IO-Link Master into the system
You can download the necessary EDS files from “www.sick.com”.
The integration of the IO-Link Master is described using the example of a
Rockwell RSLogix 5000.
When using other controllers and software, refer to the relevant documentation.
1. Select offline mode.
2. Install the EDS file via the “Tools” menu, menu item “EDS Hardware
Installation Tool”.
3. Select “New Module” via the context menu in the “EtherNet” directory.
4. Select the IO-Link Master in the “Catalog” tab.
5. Click the “Create” button.
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6. Enter the IP address in the “General” tab.
7. Enter the connection parameters in the “Connection” tab.
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The new module and the corresponding “Controller Tags” are generated
automatically.
Alternatively, you can carry out the steps completed so far (system integration) via the “Generic Ethernet Module”. For the assembly configuration,
see Page 23, Chapter 6.2.1.
8. Download the configuration using the “Download” command in the
“Communication” menu.
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Once the download is complete, you can observe and control the IO-Link
Master via the “Controller Tags” directory.
Make sure that you select the right tag name.
For the input data, output data, and configuration data, please refer to the
next chapter. You can also use these tags for programming purposes.
Additional information about the input data, output data and configuration
data is provided in the next chapter.
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6.2
Configuring the IO-Link Master
6.2.1
Data configuration
Enter the following values in the control system if you are using the “Generic Ethernet Module” for integration rather than an EDS file. Comm format:
Data-SINT
Data
Instance ID
Data length
INPUT
100
392 bytes
OUTPUT
101
262 bytes
CONFIG
102
194 bytes
Table 13: Data configuration
6.2.2
Configuration data
The following tables show the assignment of the configuration data sequence.
The top four ports (0, 1, 4, and 5) are preset as standard I/O ports and the
bottom four ports (2, 3, 6, and 7) are preset as IO-Link ports by default.
If a port has been configured as IO-Link, pin 4 is used for IO-Link communication. Pin 2 can be used in parallel in case the device transfers a digital
signal to pin 2.
If a port has been configured as standard I/O, pin 4 is used for the process
data signal. Again, pin 2 can be used in parallel.
The input and output functions of the configured standard I/O ports are set
via the process data. → See Page 25, Chapter 6.2.5 and Page 28,
Chapter 6.2.6.
Byte
Slot
Module part
Description
0…1
1
Module
General configuration for the entire module 1)
2 … 25
2
IO-Link port 0
Configuration for the IO-Link port 0 2)
26 … 49
3
IO-Link port 1
Configuration for the IO-Link port 1 2)
50 … 73
4
IO-Link port 2
Configuration for the IO-Link port 2 2)
74 … 97
5
IO-Link port 3
Configuration for the IO-Link port 3 2)
98 … 121
6
IO-Link port 4
Configuration for the IO-Link port 4 2)
122 … 145
7
IO-Link port 5
Configuration for the IO-Link port 5 2)
146 … 169
8
IO-Link port 6
Configuration for the IO-Link port 6 2)
170 … 193
9
IO-Link port 7
Configuration for the IO-Link port 7 2)
1) → See Page 24, Table 15.
2) → See Page 24, Table 16.
Table 14: Configuration data
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6.2.3
Module configuration
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
0
P3
P2
P1
P0
1
P7
P6
P5
P4
Bit 0
Description
Port function
•0x00: Standard I/O
•0x01: IO-Link
Table 15: Module configuration
6.2.4
IO-Link port configuration
The following setup is the same for all IO-Link ports, but the relevant byte
offset for the chosen port must be noted.
→ See Page 23, Table 14.
Byte
2
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Basis
Bit 2
Bit 1
Time
Bit 0
Description
Cycle time
Note the following section from
the IO-Link specification V1.1.2
(July 2013).
3
Validation type
4
VID 1 (MSB)
5
VID 2 (LSB)
6
DID 1 (MSB)
7
DID 2
8
DID 3 (LSB)
9 … 24
Serial number 1 (MSB) … serial number 16 (LSB)
25
Parameter server
Validation type:
•0: No validation
•1: Compatible (VID + DID)
•2: Identical
(VIS + DID + ser. no.)
Vendor ID
Device ID
Serial number
Parameter server:
•0x8X: Enable
•0x0X: Disable
•0x40: Clear
•0xX1: Upload enable
•0xX2: Download enable
Table 16: IO-Link port configuration, example using port 0
Extract from the IO-Link specification
V1.1.2 (July 2013)
24
Time base
Bit 7
Multiplier
Bit 0
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Extract from the IO-Link specification Bits 0 to 5: Multiplier
V1.1.2 (July 2013)
These bits contain a 6-bit multiplier for the calculation of MasterCycleTime
or MinCycleTime. Permissible values for the multiplier are 0 to 63.
Bits 6 to 7: Time Base
When all bits are zero, (binary code 0x00), the Device has no
MinCycleTime. In this case the Master shall use the calculated worst case
M-sequence timing, that is with the M-sequence type used by the Device,
and the maximum times fort A und t2 (see A.3.4 to A.3.6).
The permissible combinations for time base and multiplier are listed in
Table B.3 along with the resulting values for MasterCycleTime or
MinCycleTime.
Table B.3 – Possible values of MasterCycleTime and MinCycleTime
Time Base Encoding
Time Base Value
Calculation
Cycle Time
00
0,1 ms
Multiplier x Time Base
0,4 ms to 6,3 ms
01
0,4 ms
6,4 ms + Multiplier x Time Base
6,4 ms to 31,6 ms
10
1,5 ms
32,0 ms + Multiplier x Time Base
32,0 ms to 132,8 ms
11
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
NOTE: The value 0,4 results from the minimum possible transmission time according to A.3.7
Table 17: Table B.3 – Possible values of MasterCycleTime and MinCycleTime (Auszug aus der IO-Link-Spezifikation V1.1.2
(Juli 2013))
6.2.5
Input data
The input data has a length of 392 bytes.
Byte
Module part
Description
0…7
Standard I/O ports
Process data inputs on standard inputs 1)
8 … 55
IO-Link port 0
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 0 2)
56 … 103
IO-Link port 1
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 1 2)
104 … 151
IO-Link port 2
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 2 2)
152 … 199
IO-Link port 3
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 3 2)
200 … 247
IO-Link port 4
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 4 2)
248 … 295
IO-Link port 5
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 5 2)
296 … 343
IO-Link port 6
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 6 2)
344 … 391
IO-Link port 7
Process data inputs on IO-Link port 7 2)
1) → See Page 26, Chapter Table 19.
2) → See Page 27, Chapter Table 20.
Table 18: Input data
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Standard input data
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Description
0
I32
I34
I22
I24
I12
I14
I02
I04
Input data
1
I72
I74
I62
I64
I52
I54
I42
I44
IO4: Input on port 0, pin 4
The result for pin 4 = 0 only
when the port is configured as
an IO-Link port. Pin 2 can be
used in parallel.
2
S3
S2
S1
S0
Short-circuit status
3
S7
S6
S5
S4
Short-circuit between pin 1
and 3 on signaled port
4
O32
O34
O22
O24
O12
O14
O02
O04
Overload status
5
O72
O74
O62
O64
O52
O54
O42
O44
O04: Overload on port 0, pin 4
Only when the port is configured as an output.
6
0
0
0
0
0
NA
PS
PA
Status of the power supply
•NA: No actuator supply
•PS: Sensor power supply
•PA: Actuator power supply
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserved
Table 19: Standard input data
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IO-Link input data
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
8 … 39
Description
IO-Link port 0 input data
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
DC
IOL
IO-Link status
•IOL: Port in IO-Link mode
•DC: Device connected
•0: Reserved
41
SC
0
0
0
0
PDI
DF
VF
IO-Link error
•VF: Validation failed
•SC: IO-Link short-circuit
•DF: Data storage validation
failed
•PDI: Process data invalid
42
VID 1
43
VID 2
44
DID 1
45
DID 2
46
DID 3
47
Event qualifier
48
Additional code
49
Additional code
50
Event qualifier
51
Additional code
52
Additional code
53
Event qualifier
54
Additional code
55
Additional code
Vendor ID 1)
Device ID 1)
Event 1 1)
Event 2 1)
Event 3 1)
1) See documentation for the connected device.
Table 20: IO-Link input data
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6.2.6
Process data outputs
The output data has a length of 262 bytes.
Byte
Module
Description
0…5
Standard I/O ports
Process data outputs on standard inputs 1)
6 … 37
IO-Link port 0
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 0 2)
38 … 69
IO-Link port 1
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 1 2)
70 … 101
IO-Link port 2
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 2 2)
102 … 133
IO-Link port 3
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 3 2)
134 … 165
IO-Link port 4
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 4 2)
166 … 197
IO-Link port 5
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 5 2)
198 … 229
IO-Link port 6
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 6 2)
230 … 261
IO-Link port 7
Process data outputs on IO-Link port 7 2)
1) → See Page 28, Chapter Table 22.
2) → See Page 28, Chapter Table 23.
Table 21: Process data output
Standard output data
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Description
0
O32
O34
O22
O24
O12
O14
O02
O04
Output data
1
O72
O74
O62
O64
O52
O54
O42
O44
O04: Output on port 0, pin 4
In order to use this function
on an I/O port, the port must
be configured as an output.
See Page 24, Chapter 6.2.3
“Module configuration”.
2
R32
R34
R22
R24
R12
R14
R02
R04
Restart
3
R72
R74
R62
R64
R52
R54
R42
R44
Output is restarted after a
short-circuit is identified
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
DL
GO
RO
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Reserved
Display control
•DL: Display locked, PLC lock
•GO: Green display LED lights
up
•RO: Red display LED lights
up
Table 22: Standard output data
IO-Link output data
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
6 … 37
Description
IO-Link port 1 output data
Table 23: IO-Link output data
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6.3
IO-Link object class code: 0x96 (CIP generic)
The following section demonstrates service data communication via CIP
generic object, using “read out ISDU 16 vendor name” as an example.
The service data is always requested acyclically.
Fig. 8: CIP generic
Request
(continued on next page)
Value
Description
CIP service code
IO-Link ISDU service ISDU service
code (always
50 dec)
0x32
CIP class ID
IO-Link class ID
Class ID (always
150 dec)
0x96
CIP instance ID
IO-Link port
1…8
Note that the
numbering of the
IO-Link ports begins with 1 and
ends with 8.
CIP attribute
Request type
2 or 3
•3: Read ISDU
•2: Write ISDU
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Request (continued)
Source element
Request telegram
Destination element
Response telegram
Source length
Determined by
the byte length
of the source
element
CIP service data
Index
Value
Description
Value
Description
0 … 255
0 … 255
Subindex
0 … 255
Data 0 …
0 … 255
Data n
0 … 255
Table 24: Request
Fig. 9: Read request example: Query ISDU 16 (vendor name)
Response
(continued on next page)
Value
Description
CIP service code
IO-Link ISDU service ISDU service
code (always
50 dec)
0x32
CIP class ID
IO-Link class ID
Class ID (always
150 dec)
0x96
CIP instance ID
IO-Link port
1…8
Note that the
numbering of the
IO-Link ports begins with 1 and
ends with 8.
CIP attribute
30
0
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Response (continued)
Value
Description
Value
Description
Status
0 … 255
•0x00: OK
•0x80: Error
Data 0 …
0 … 255
Data/
Data n
0 … 255
Error code
Source element
Request telegram
Destination element
Response telegram
Source length
Determined by
the byte length
of the source
element
CIP service data
Table 25: Response
Fig. 10: Response (ISDU 16)
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7 Operation on the IO-Link Master
You can use the display on the IO-Link Master to carry out the following
tasks:
• Call up information such as addressing, hardware, and firmware.
• Change addressing.
• Change IP settings.
7.1
Status indicators and operating buttons
Overview
P
S
IP
SN
GW
007
↑
3 2 1 0
Fig. 11: Status indicators and operating buttons
1 Display LED (configurable)
IP IP address
2 Arrow pushbutton
SN Subnet address
3 Display
GW Gateway address
4 Set pushbutton
0
Fourth octet
5 Display LED (configurable)
1
Third octet
6 Cursor for selecting the
address type
2
Second octet
3
First octet
7 Cursor for selecting the octet
7.1.1
Functions
Operating buttons
Pushbutton
↑
“Arrow” pushbutton
S
“Set” pushbutton
Description
•Select menu.
•Scroll through the menu.
•In edit mode: Change value.
•Activate fast-scroll mode: Press and hold pushbutton in
edit mode.
•Scroll through the main menu: Press pushbutton briefly.
•Activate edit mode: Press the pushbutton for longer than
3 seconds.
•In edit mode: Save value and scroll to the next value.
•In ping mode: Exit ping mode.
Table 26: Functions of the operating buttons
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7.1.2
Configuring display LEDs
The display LEDs are configured via the process data outputs.
→ See Page 28, Table 22 “Standard output data”.
7.2
7.2.1
Modes and displays
Operating mode
The IO-Link Master is in operation when in operating mode. The display
shows the fourth octet of the IP address.
7.2.2
Edit mode and fast-scroll mode
The display flashes in edit mode.
Calling up edit mode
Edit mode is activated by pressing the “Set” pushbutton for at least 3 seconds.
If no pushbuttons are pressed for 10 seconds, the display returns to operating mode. Any changes that have not been saved are lost.
Differences between the new configuration and the current active configuration are indicated by the “not equal” sign (≠). In this case, the display
returns to operating mode after 5 seconds.
Fast-scroll mode
7.2.3
To use fast-scroll mode, you must be in edit mode. Fast-scroll mode is activated by pressing and holding the “Arrow” pushbutton. The display flickers
in fast-scroll mode.
Ping mode
You can use the ping command to check whether the IO-Link Master is
reachable. The ping command is entered via the PC.
Display
Description
ping
The IO-Link Master has received a ping command. “ping”
appears on the display for several seconds. It then returns
to the previous display. You can exit ping mode immediately by pressing the “S” pushbutton.
Ping
The IO-Link Master has received several ping commands.
You can only exit the display by pressing the “S” pushbutton. It returns to the previous display.
Table 27: Display in ping mode
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7.3
Locking and unlocking edit mode for display
You can lock and unlock the edit mode for the display using the “plc-lock”
function in the process data outputs. If edit mode is locked, you cannot
change any values via the display.
→ See Page 28, Table 22 “Standard output data”.
7.4
Commissioning
The following displays appear one after another when the supply voltage is
switched on.
007
IP
192 . 168 .
015 . 005
Subnet
255 . 155 .
255 . 005
Gateway
000 . 000 .
000 . 000
IOLG2EI-03208R01
VERSION
HW : 1 . 0
SW : 1 . 0
007
Fig. 12: Commissioning
1 Last octet of the IP address, background lighting off
2 Background lighting on
3 IO-Link Master device designation
4 Current hardware and firmware
5 Current IP address
6 Current subnet address
7 Current gateway address
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7.5
Main menu
Main menu
007
S
IP
KONFIG
S
S
IP
SETUP
S
MODUL
INFO
Fig. 13: Main menu
↑
S
↑
IP
192 . 168 .
015 . 005
X STATISCH
DHCP
S
↑
IOLG2EI-03208R01
S
1 Status indicator: Fourth octet of the IP address
2 Menu for IP configuration
3 Menu for IP setup
4 Menu for displaying information about the IO-Link Master
7.6
“IP CONFIG” menu and changing address
Address types
The following address types are possible:
• IP address
• Subnet address
• Gateway address
Each address is made up of 4 octets.
Default settings
• IP address: 192.168.0.100
• Subnet address: 255.255.255.0
• Gateway address: 192.168.0.100
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IP CONFIG (IP configuration)
IP
KONFIG
[How do you get from “gateway” back
to the “IP Config” menu?
SL: Not yet clarified]
↑
↑
IP
192 . 168 .
015 . 005
S
S
↑
Subnet
255 . 155 .
255 . 005
S >3s
↑
Gateway
000 . 000 .
000 . 000
S >3s
S >3s
005
000
000
S
S
S
015
S
255
S
000
S
S
S
168
255
000
S
S
S
192
255
000
Fig. 14: “IP CONFIG” menu (IP configuration)
1 Current IP address
2 Current subnet address
3 Current gateway address
4 Edit mode: Use the “Arrow” pushbutton to change the value for the selected
octet.
Save the value with the “Set” pushbutton and scroll to the next octet.
5 To the menu “IP setup”
Changing address
1. Select the “IP CONFIG” menu via the main menu.
→ See Page 36, Fig. 13.
2. Select the desired menu: “IP”, “Subnet”, or “Gateway”.
3. Press and hold the “Set” pushbutton for more than 3 seconds to activate edit mode.
bb The fourth octet is displayed.
4. Use the “Arrow” pushbutton to change the value. Press and hold the
“Arrow” pushbutton to activate fast-scroll mode.
5. Press the “Set” pushbutton.
bb The value for the fourth octet is saved. The current value for the
third octet is displayed.
6. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for the third, second, and first octet. bb Once you have changed the first octet and pressed the “Set” pushbutton, the menu is displayed. In order for the new address to be displayed
and effective, you must restart the IO-Link Master.
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NOTE!
Changing the address via the display automatically
changes the IP setup to “static”.
In order for the new configuration to be effective, you
must restart the IO-Link Master.
7.7
“IP SETUP” menu
IP
SETUP
↑
X STATISCH
DHCP
S
>3s S
↑
X
↑
STATISCH
DHCP
↑
STATISCH
X DHCP
S
X STATISCH
DHCP
S
S
Fig. 15: “IP SETUP” menu
1 Current setting
2 Edit mode: Select value using the “Arrow” pushbutton
3 IP edit mode
4 To the menu “MODUL INFO”
7.8
“MODULE INFO” menu – information about the IO-Link Master
MODUL
INFO
↑
IOLG2EI-03208R01
↑
VERSION
HW : 1 . 0
SW : 1 . 0
S
↑
MAC-ID
XX : XX : XX :
XX : XX : XX
↑
Fig. 16: “MODULE INFO” menu
Displays information about the IO-Link Master
1 IO-Link Master device designation
2 Current hardware and firmware
3 MAC ID
4 To the menu “IP KONFIG”
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Operation via the web server
8 Operation via the web server
8.1
General information
The IO-Link Master includes an internal web server.
You can use the web server to carry out the following tasks:
• Call up detailed information on the current status of the IO-Link Master.
• Configure module addresses.
• Call up information about connected IO-Link devices.
• Configure connected IO-Link devices.
Make sure that the device is correctly integrated into the network. To set
up a connection with the web server, enter the IP address of the IO-Link
Master into the address bar in the browser. A welcome page appears.
Use the current version of Internet Explorer and deactivate the proxy server.
8.2
Views
The web server comprises the following views:
• Welcome page
• Home
• Diagnostic process
• Device properties
• Diagnostic module
• Configuration
• Contact
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Welcome page
Fig. 17: Welcome page of the web server
1 IP address of the IO-Link Master in the address bar of the browser
2 Device designation, in this case IOLG2EI-03208R01
3 Navigation bar for switching between the views
4 View, in this case “Welcome page” view
5 “Play” button
>> Click the “Play” button to switch to the “Home” view.
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“Home” view
• Displays information about the IO-Link Master
• Displays the network activity of the IO-Link Master
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“Diagnostic process” view
• Displays current process data via LEDs
• Displays the port status via LEDs
• Displays data for connected IO-Link devices
NOTE!
You cannot use the web server to configure the IO-Link
Master. This requires a suitable controller with the relevant project planning software.
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“Device properties” view
• Displays the process data for the relevant IO-Link device
>> To display the information and configuration for the right IO-Link device,
select the corresponding port in the figure on the right-hand side.
NOTE!
You cannot use the web server to set output data for the
IO-Link device. This requires a suitable controller with the
relevant project planning software.
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“Device properties” view – port for
the desired IO-Link device selected
• Configuration of the relevant IO-Link device
• Parameter data: Read and write IO-Link parameter data. For the indices and subindices, please refer to the operating instructions for the
relevant IO-Link device.
• Events: Displays the current events for the IO-Link device
• Parameter server content: Displays the content of the parameter server
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“Diagnostic module” view
• Displays the current status of the IO-Link Master
• Displays the current status of the network
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“Configuration” view
You can use this view to change the description and address configuration
for the IO-Link Master. To change the data, enter the following user name
and password:
• User name: sick
• Password: IOLG2
“Contact” view
• Contact information for SICK AG
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Cleaning and maintenance
9 Cleaning and maintenance
SICK devices are maintenance-free. We do recommend checking the screw
and male/female connections and cleaning the device at regular intervals.
10 Disposal
Please observe the following when disposing of the device:
• Do not dispose of the device in domestic refuse.
• Dispose of the device according to the relevant country-specific regulations.
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Technical data
11 Technical data
NOTE!
You can download, save, and print the relevant online data sheet with technical data, dimensions, and
connection diagrams for the IO-Link Master online at
“www.sick.de”.
Enter the order number „6053255“ for the IO-Link Master IOLG2EI-03208R01 on the website.
37.9
(1.49)
21.2
(0.83)
0.3
(0.01)
21.2
(0.83)
11.1 Dimensions
224
(8.82)
209.4
(8.24)
Ø 7.5
64.4
68
EIP2
7/8"
(2.54)
EIP1
255
POWER
IN
09
11
13
15
25
(0.98)
M12 x 1
POWER
OUT
100 LK1 100 LK2
08
10
12
14
25
(0.98)
US UA Mod Net
01
03
05
07
25
(0.98)
00
02
04
06
30.5
(1.20)
7/8"
(2.68)
M12 x 1 (8x)
Ø 7.5
6.5
(0.26)
M12 x 1
1.8
(0.07)
Fig. 18: Dimensions of the IOLG2EI-03208R01 EtherNet/IP™ IO-Link Master
Dimensions in mm (inch)
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11.2 Supply
Supply voltage
DC 18 V … 30.2 V
Connection
7/8” male connector, 4-pin
Functional grounding
1 FE connection for M4 ground strap
Current consumption at 24 V DC
130 mA
Residual ripple
< 1 %
Input ports/output ports
8 x M12 female connector, 5-pin, A-coded
Table 28: Supply
11.3 EtherNet
EtherNet/IP port
2 x 10Base-/100Base-Tx
EtherNet port connection
2 x M12 female connector, 4-pin, D-coded
Data transmission rate
10 / 100 Mbit/s
Suitable cable types in accordance
with IEEE 802.3
Screened, twisted cable pair, at least STP CAT5 or
STP CAT5e
Max. cable length
100 m
Flow control
Half duplex / full duplex (IEEE 802.33x-Pause)
Table 29: EtherNet
11.4 Operating conditions
Mark of conformity
CE
EMC
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-4
Ambient temperature range
• Operation: –5 °C … +70 °C
• Storage: –25 °C … +70 °C
Enclosure rating (IEC 60529)
IP 67 when plugged in and screwed together
Shock resistance
EN 60068-2-27
Vibration resistance
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60068-2-64
Table 30: Ambient conditions
11.5 Constructional design
Dimensions
→ See Page 47, Chapter 11.1.
Housing material
Zinc die cast, matt nickel-plated
Weight
Approx. 670 g
Mounting
2 mounting holes for M6 screws
Table 31: Structural design
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Index
Index
A
Ambient conditions........................................................ 46
C
Cleaning.......................................................................... 44
Configuration............................................................22, 43
Configuration data......................................................... 22
Connection diagram
EtherNet/IP............................................................... 17
IO-Link port............................................................... 17
“POWER IN” supply voltage..................................... 16
“POWER OUT” supply voltage.................................. 16
Correct use........................................................................8
Customer service..............................................................6
D
Data configuration......................................................... 22
Device properties........................................................... 40
Diagnostic module......................................................... 42
Diagnostic process......................................................... 39
Dimensions..................................................................... 45
Display LEDs
Configuration............................................................ 31
Disposal.......................................................................... 44
E
Edit mode....................................................................... 31
Lock........................................................................... 32
Unlock....................................................................... 32
Electrical connection...............................................14, 16
Electrical specialists
Requirement................................................................9
EtherNet
Technical data.......................................................... 46
EtherNet/IP
Connection diagram................................................. 17
EU declaration of conformity............................................7
Explanation of symbols.....................................................5
F
Fast-scroll mode............................................................. 31
Function.......................................................................... 11
Functional grounding..................................................... 15
Function indicators........................................................ 12
IO-Link Master
Configuration............................................................ 22
Electrical connection................................................ 15
Integrating into the system...................................... 18
IO-Link output data........................................................ 26
IO-Link port
Connection diagram................................................. 17
IP CONFIG....................................................................... 33
“IP CONFIG” menu......................................................... 33
IP SETUP......................................................................... 35
“IP SETUP” menu........................................................... 35
L
Limitation of liability..........................................................6
M
Main menu..................................................................... 33
Maintenance.................................................................. 44
MODULE INFO................................................................ 35
“MODULE INFO” menu................................................... 35
Mounting......................................................................... 14
O
O-Link port configuration............................................... 23
Operating buttons.......................................................... 11
Operating elements....................................................... 11
Operating instructions......................................................5
Operating mode............................................................. 31
Operation
On the IO-Link Master.............................................. 30
Via web server.......................................................... 36
Output data.................................................................... 26
P
ping................................................................................. 31
Ping................................................................................. 31
Ping mode....................................................................... 31
Pin/port LEDs
IO-Link port............................................................... 13
Standard I/O port..................................................... 13
POWER IN....................................................................... 16
POWER OUT.................................................................... 16
Process data input......................................................... 24
Process data output....................................................... 26
H
Home............................................................................... 38
Q
Qualified personnel...........................................................9
Requirements..............................................................9
I
Incorrect use......................................................................8
Input data....................................................................... 24
IO-Link input data........................................................... 25
S
Safety.................................................................................8
Electrical connection................................................ 14
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Index
Scope of delivery...............................................................6
Setup............................................................................... 10
Standard input data....................................................... 24
Standard output data.................................................... 26
Status indicators............................................................ 11
Status LEDs
EtherNet communication......................................... 12
IO-Link Master.......................................................... 12
Structural design............................................................ 46
Supply............................................................................. 46
System integration......................................................... 18
T
Technical data................................................................ 45
W
Welcome page................................................................ 37
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