SmartWire-DT Gateway
User Manual
SmartWire-DT Gateway
EU5C-SWD-PROFINET
Hilscher Gesellschaft für Systemautomation mbH
www.hilscher.com
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INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................5
1.1
About This Manual......................................................................................................5
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.2
Versions of Devices, Firmware, Software, Drivers and Device Description File.........7
1.3
Software Package.......................................................................................................8
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
Documentation Overview..........................................................................................12
1.5
Legal Notes...............................................................................................................13
Copyright ............................................................................................................13
Important Notes ..................................................................................................13
Exclusion of Liability ...........................................................................................14
Warranty .............................................................................................................14
Export Regulations .............................................................................................15
Registered Trademarks......................................................................................15
SAFETY ....................................................................................................................16
2.1
General Note ............................................................................................................16
2.2
Intended Use ............................................................................................................16
2.3
Personnel Qualification.............................................................................................16
2.4
References Safety ....................................................................................................16
2.5
Safety Instructions to Avoid Personal Injury .............................................................17
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.6
2.7
Electrical Shock Hazard .....................................................................................17
Danger of Unintended Starting Up of Machines.................................................17
Safety Instructions to Avoid Property Damage .........................................................18
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3
3
Contents of the Product DVD ...............................................................................8
How to Use the Product DVD.............................................................................10
Notes on Installing the USB Driver.....................................................................11
1.4
1.5.1
1.5.2
1.5.3
1.5.4
1.5.5
1.5.6
2
List of Revisions ...................................................................................................5
Conventions in this Manual ..................................................................................6
General Safety Instructions Concerning Supply Voltage ...................................18
Device Destruction by Exceeding Allowed Supply Voltage................................18
Electrostatic Sensitive Device ............................................................................19
Labeling of Safety Messages....................................................................................20
DESCRIPTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS .................................................................21
3.1
Device Description EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway .............................................21
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.2
Function..............................................................................................................21
Configuration ......................................................................................................22
Interfaces............................................................................................................23
Diagnosis............................................................................................................23
Updating Firmware and Device Description File ................................................23
Prerequisites for Operation.......................................................................................24
3.2.1
Network System .................................................................................................24
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Power Supply .....................................................................................................24
DEVICE PICTURE, CONNECTORS AND LEDS ......................................................26
4.1
Device Picture...........................................................................................................26
4.2
Positions and Meaning of the LEDs..........................................................................27
4.2.1
4.2.2
Positions of the LEDs .........................................................................................27
Descriptions of the LEDs....................................................................................28
4.3
Pinning PROFINET IO Interface...............................................................................30
4.4
Device Type Label ....................................................................................................31
5
GETTING STARTED.................................................................................................32
6
INSTALLING EU5C-SWD-PROFINET GATEWAY ...................................................33
6.1
Safety Messages ......................................................................................................33
6.2
Mounting Gateway....................................................................................................34
6.2.1
6.2.2
7
6.3
Connecting Gateway to Power Supply .....................................................................37
6.4
Connecting SmartWire-DT........................................................................................39
6.5
Connecting PROFINET IO........................................................................................40
6.6
EMC-Conformant Wiring of the Network ..................................................................41
COMMISSIONING EU5C-SWD-PROFINET GATEWAY ..........................................42
7.1
Configuring SmartWire-DT network in Gateway .......................................................42
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.2
7.3
Reading the SmartWire-DT Configuration .........................................................43
Switching On Gateway When Target Configuration Is Stored ...........................44
Configuring Gateway in PROFINET IO Network ......................................................45
7.2.1
7.2.2
GSDML Device Description File.........................................................................45
Creating Communication With PROFINET IO ...................................................45
Example: Using STEP 7 to Create a Gateway Project in PROFINET IO Network
Controlled By S7-300 PLC........................................................................................47
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
7.3.7
8
Mounting Gateway onto Top Hat Rail ................................................................34
Removing Gateway from Top Hat Rail...............................................................36
Overview.............................................................................................................47
Step-by-Step Instructions for Configuring Gateway with STEP 7 ......................48
Step-by-Step Instructions for Loading PROFINET IO Configuration to S7-300
PLC.....................................................................................................................69
Step-by-Step Instructions for Programming in STEP 7: Display I/O Data .........73
Adding SmartWire-DT Slaves Later ...................................................................81
Acyclical Data Communication S7-300 PLC ......................................................82
Using STEP 7 to Assign Device Name or IP Address on the Gateway .............83
PROFINET IO DATA COMMUNICATION .................................................................86
8.1
Acyclical Communication..........................................................................................86
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.2
Address Mapping................................................................................................86
Error Detection and Error Codes........................................................................87
Alarms and Diagnosis Controlled by the Gateway ...................................................90
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UPDATING FIRMWARE ...........................................................................................92
9.1
Prerequisites.............................................................................................................92
9.2
Step-by-Step Instructions for Updating Firmware .....................................................94
9.3
Resetting Gateway ...................................................................................................96
TECHNICAL DATA ...................................................................................................97
10.1
Technical Data EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway ...................................................97
10.2
PROFINET IO Device (Slave) ................................................................................100
ANNEX ....................................................................................................................101
11.1
List of Figures .........................................................................................................101
11.2
List of Tables ..........................................................................................................103
11.3
Contacts..................................................................................................................104
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Introduction
1.1
About This Manual
This manual describes the Hilscher EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway. Here
you will find information on how to install, configure and operate the
gateway.
This manual is intended for automation technicians and engineers. Detailed
knowledge of PROFINET IO is presumed. In addition, readers should also
be familiar with the handling of the SmartWire-DT system.
IMPORTANT!
 To avoid personal injuries or damage of electrical devices, please read
this manual carefully before installing and using the EU5C-SWDPROFINET Gateway.
 Please first read the Safety chapter on page 16 ff.
1.1.1
List of Revisions
Index
Date
Chapter
Revisions
1
2012-06-01
All
Created
2
2012-06-25
1.3
Scope of Delivery section substituted by Software
Package section
3
2012-07-16
4
5
2013-03-28
2013-10-01
1.3
Installation program for USB driver added
1.3.3
Section Notes on Installing the USB driver added
1.2
Section Versions of Devices, Firmware, Software
Tools, Drivers and Device Description File
updated
4.4
Section Device Type Label added
10.3
Section Compatibility of SmartWire-DT Devices
and Gateway updated
3.1.5
Section Updating Firmware and Device
Description File revised
All
References to directory of product DVD updated
4
Device picture updated
10.3
Section Compatibility of SmartWire-DT Devices
and Gateway removed from document
Table 1: List of Revisions
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Conventions in this Manual
Notes, operation instructions and results of operation steps are marked as
follows:
Notes
Important: <important note>
Note: <note>
<note, where to find further information>
Operation Instructions
1.
<instruction>
2.
<instruction>
or

<instruction>
Results
 <result>
For a description of the labeling of Safety Messages, see Labeling of
Safety Messages section on page 20.
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Versions of Devices, Firmware, Software, Drivers and
Device Description File
The hardware revisions and software versions functionally belong together.
This means that certain revisions of the hardware of the gateway need
certain versions of firmware, software and drivers, in order to function
properly.
This section lists the hardware revisions and the versions of the firmware,
the configuration software, the drivers and the device description file which
functionally belong together and to which all instructions in this manual
refer.
Device and Firmware
This manual refers to the following hardware revision and firmware version
of the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway:
Device type name
Protocol
Part number
EU5C-SWD-PROFINET
PROFINET IO Device
9233.920
Hardware
revision
3
Firmware
Firmware
version
E030D0U0.nxf
1.4.x.x
Table 2: Reference to Hardware and Firmware
Important: Versions of firmware and device description files functionally
belong together. This means that the firmware version specified here is
not compatible with a device description file older than the one specified
below, and vice versa.
If your gateway is running with a firmware version older than 1.4.x.x, it is
strongly recommended to update the firmware and to use the version of
the device description file specified below.
Since version 1.4.x.x, the version of the firmware which has been loaded
in the gateway before delivery can be inferred from the device type label
attached to the gateway.
Device Description File
This manual refers to the following device description file:
Device description file
File name
GSDML for EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
GSDML-V2.2-Hilscher-EU5C-SWD-XXXXXXXX.xml
Table 3: Reference to Device Description File
Software Tools
This manual refers to the following software versions:
Software
Manufacturer
Version
Ethernet Device Configuration Tool
Hilscher
1.501
STEP 7
Siemens
5.4 SP5 / 5.5
SWD-Assist
Eaton
1.90
Table 4: Reference to Software Tools
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Drivers
This manual refers to the following driver versions:
Driver
File name
Version
USB Driver for Windows
usbser.sys
Depending on
Windows version
Table 5: Reference to Drivers
1.3
Software Package
For the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET and EU5C-SWD-POWERLINK Gateways,
the software package EU5C-SWD-SW (order number 3233.920) is
available from Hilscher. The package contains the SmartWire-DT Gateway
Solutions product DVD and a Mini-USB cable. On the product DVD, you
will find the software you need for configuring the gateways.
You can download the complete product DVD as ZIP file free of charge
from our website www.hilscher.com under Products > Gateways or under
Support > Downloads.
1.3.1
Contents of the Product DVD
There is one product DVD, which can be used for several types of
gateways.
The SmartWire-DT Gateway Solutions product DVD includes:
 GSDML Device description file for the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
 Firmware
 Eaton SWD-Assist software
 Wizard for installing the software available on the DVD and for
downloading the latest version of the SWD-Assist software from the
internet
 Installation program for USB driver (USB driver is needed if the gateway
is to be connected to a PC in order to use the Eaton SWD-Assist
software)
 Installation program for the Hilscher Ethernet Device Configuration Tool
 Documentation in PDF format
 Installation program for Adobe Reader
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The product DVD has the following directories:
Directory
Contents
Documentation
PDF manuals in German and English and installation program for
Adobe Reader
Driver
Folder containing installation program (setup.exe) and .INF- and
.CAT- files for Windows USB driver.
EDS
GSDML device description file and bitmap files to be imported in
PROFINET IO engineering tool
Firmware
Loadable gateway firmware
fscommand
Files for start screen of product DVD
Software
SWD-Assist software
Folder: Software\SWD-Assist
Wizard for installing the software available on the DVD and for
downloading the latest version of the SWD-Assist software from the
internet
Folder: Software\Setup
Installation program for Ethernet Device Configuration Tool
Folder: Software\EnDeviceCfg
Table 6: Directory of DVD
Note: You can use the wizard on the product DVD to download updates of
the Eaton SWD-Assist software, or you can download SWD-Assist directly
from the www.moeller.net website under Support > Download Center.
Direct link:
http://downloadcenter.moeller.net/en/software.a487d8b7-da91-486f-b3ba-a7ca2035db99
You can download other content stored on the DVD from the Hilscher
website www.hilscher.com under Support > Downloads.
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How to Use the Product DVD
Insert the SmartWire-DT Gateway Solutions product DVD into your DVD
drive. If the auto start function of your DVD drive is enabled, the start
screen of the DVD automatically opens. You can also start the DVD by
double-clicking the SmartWire.exe file in the root directory of the DVD.
In the menu of the start screen of the DVD, click Install Planning and
Configuration Tools to open a wizard for installing the software programs
stored on the DVD and for downloading the latest version of the Eaton
planning software SWD-Assist from the internet. The wizard provides the
following options:
 USB driver: installs USB driver for Windows on your PC.
 SWD Planning Software SWD-Assist V1.71: installs version 1.71 of
the SWD-Assist software (provided on the DVD) on your PC.
 Download Center SWD-Assist, manual update check: connects your
browser to a web page where you can download the latest version of the
SWD-Assist software.
 Ethernet Device Scanner/Configuration Tool: installs the Hilscher
Ethernet Device Configuration Tool on your PC.
 PROFINET GSDML File: Opens a link to the device description file for
the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway.
In the menu of the start screen of the DVD, you can also open folders
(directories) in which the documentation, the USB driver and the GSDML
file are stored.
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Notes on Installing the USB Driver
If you intend to use the SWD-Assist software, you should first install the
USB driver on your PC before you connect the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET
Gateway via USB.
To install the USB driver from the DVD, choose Install Planning and
Configuration Tools in the DVD menu to open the installation wizard, then
select the USB driver option. As an alternative, you can use the Windows
Explorer to open the Driver\USB\Windows folder on the DVD, then
double-click the setup.exe file. Afterwards, simply follow the instructions
of the installation routine.
Note: Under Windows XP, the installation process is not yet finished by
the setup. The installation process has to be completed in the Found new
Hardware Wizard, which automatically opens when you connect the
gateway to a PC via USB cable for the first time (see below).
Windows XP
When you connect the gateway via USB for the first time to a PC running
under Windows XP, the Found New Hardware Wizard opens:
 Answer the question Can Windows connect to Windows Update…?,
with No, not this time. Then click Next button.
 If you have already carried out the setup of the USB driver (as
recommended), you can ignore the wizard’s request to insert a CD or
floppy disk. Answer the What do you want the wizard to do? question
by selecting the Install the software automatically option, then click
Next button.
 After the installation is complete, click Finish button.
Windows 7
If you have carried out the setup of the USB driver before first connecting
the USB cable (as recommended), then the USB connection is instantly
operative under Windows 7.
Uninstall USB Driver
If you want to remove the USB driver from a PC running under Windows
XP, choose Start menu > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs,
then select:
Windows Driver Package – Hilscher GmbH (hilusbser) Ports entry.
Click Change/Remove button to uninstall the driver.
Under Windows 7 and 8, choose Start menu > Control Panel > Uninstall
a program, then select:
Windows Driver Package – Hilscher GmbH (hilusbser) Ports entry.
Click Uninstall/Change button to uninstall the driver.
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Documentation Overview
Besides this user manual at hand (path on product DVD:
Documentation\english\2. Hardware\EU5C-SWD-PROFINET UM
01 EN.pdf), the following documents are also relevant for the user of the
EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway:
Title
Contents
Publisher
Document ID
Path on product DVD
SmartWire-DT
Units
Information on engineering,
installation and
programming of the
individual SmartWire-DT
slaves.
Eaton
05/11
MN05006001ZEN
Documentation\english\
3.SmartWire-DT\SmartWireDT – Units\
MN05006001Z_EN.pdf
SmartWire-DT
The System
Information on function,
installation, commissioning
and diagnostics of the
SmartWire-DT system.
Eaton
02/11
MN05006002ZEN
Documentation\english\
3.SmartWire-DT\SmartWireDT - The System\
MN05006002Z_EN.pdf
Ethernet Device
Configuration
Operating Instruction
Manual of Hilscher Ethernet
Device Configuration Tool.
Hilscher
DOC050402OI05 Documentation\english\
1.Software\Ethernet
EN
Device Setup Utility\
Ethernet Device
Configuration OI xx
EN.pdf
PROFINET
Installation
Guideline for
Cabling and
Assembly
Information on PROFINET
cabling.
PROFIBUS Order No: 8.072
NutzerIdentification:
organisation TC2-08-0002
e.V.
Documentation\english\
5.Installation
Instructions\PROFINET_Gui
deline_Assembly_8072_V10_
Jan09.pdf
SWD-Assist
Online help
Online help for SWD-Assist
planning software
Eaton
Included in SWD-Assist software
-
Table 7: Documentation Overview
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Legal Notes
Copyright
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All rights reserved.
The images, photographs and texts in the accompanying material (user
manual, accompanying texts, documentation, etc.) are protected by
German and international copyright law as well as international trade and
protection provisions. You are not authorized to duplicate these in whole or
in part using technical or mechanical methods (printing, photocopying or
other methods), to manipulate or transfer using electronic systems without
prior written consent. You are not permitted to make changes to copyright
notices, markings, trademarks or ownership declarations. The included
diagrams do not take the patent situation into account. The company
names and product descriptions included in this document may be
trademarks or brands of the respective owners and may be trademarked or
patented. Any form of further use requires the explicit consent of the
respective rights owner.
1.5.2
Important Notes
The user manual, accompanying texts and the documentation were created
for the use of the products by qualified experts, however, errors cannot be
ruled out. For this reason, no guarantee can be made and neither juristic
responsibility for erroneous information nor any liability can be assumed.
Descriptions, accompanying texts and documentation included in the user
manual do not present a guarantee nor any information about proper use
as stipulated in the contract or a warranted feature. It cannot be ruled out
that the user manual, the accompanying texts and the documentation do
not correspond exactly to the described features, standards or other data of
the delivered product. No warranty or guarantee regarding the correctness
or accuracy of the information is assumed.
We reserve the right to change our products and their specification as well
as related user manuals, accompanying texts and documentation at all
times and without advance notice, without obligation to report the change.
Changes will be included in future manuals and do not constitute any
obligations. There is no entitlement to revisions of delivered documents.
The manual delivered with the product applies.
Hilscher Gesellschaft für Systemautomation mbH is not liable under any
circumstances for direct, indirect, incidental or follow-on damage or loss of
earnings resulting from the use of the information contained in this
publication.
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Exclusion of Liability
The software was produced and tested with utmost care by Hilscher
Gesellschaft für Systemautomation mbH and is made available as is. No
warranty can be assumed for the performance and flawlessness of the
software for all usage conditions and cases and for the results produced
when utilized by the user. Liability for any damages that may result from the
use of the hardware or software or related documents, is limited to cases of
intent or grossly negligent violation of significant contractual obligations.
Indemnity claims for the violation of significant contractual obligations are
limited to damages that are foreseeable and typical for this type of contract.
It is strictly prohibited to use the software in the following areas:
 for military purposes or in weapon systems;
 for the design, construction, maintenance or operation of nuclear
facilities;
 in air traffic control systems, air traffic or air traffic communication
systems;
 in life support systems;
 in systems in which failures in the software could lead to personal injury
or injuries leading to death.
We inform you that the software was not developed for use in dangerous
environments requiring fail-proof control mechanisms. Use of the software
in such an environment occurs at your own risk. No liability is assumed for
damages or losses due to unauthorized use.
1.5.4
Warranty
Although the hardware and software was developed with utmost care and
tested intensively, Hilscher Gesellschaft für Systemautomation mbH does
not guarantee its suitability for any purpose not confirmed in writing. It
cannot be guaranteed that the hardware and software will meet your
requirements, that the use of the software operates without interruption and
that the software is free of errors. No guarantee is made regarding
infringements, violations of patents, rights of ownership or the freedom from
interference by third parties. No additional guarantees or assurances are
made regarding marketability, freedom of defect of title, integration or
usability for certain purposes unless they are required in accordance with
the law and cannot be limited. Warranty claims are limited to the right to
claim rectification.
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Export Regulations
The delivered product (including the technical data) is subject to export or
import laws as well as the associated regulations of different counters, in
particular those of Germany and the USA. The software may not be
exported to countries where this is prohibited by the United States Export
Administration Act and its additional provisions. You are obligated to
comply with the regulations at your personal responsibility. We wish to
inform you that you may require permission from state authorities to export,
re-export or import the product.
1.5.6
Registered Trademarks
SmartWire-DT® is a registered trademark of Eaton Corporation.
Windows® XP, Windows® 7 and Windows® 8 are registered trademarks of
the Microsoft Corporation.
S7 and STEP 7 are registered trademarks of Siemens AG.
Adobe-Acrobat® is a registered trademark of the Adobe Systems
Incorporated.
PROFINET is a registered trademark of PROFIBUS International,
Karlsruhe.
All other mentioned trademarks are property of their respective legal
owners.
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Safety
General Note
The user manual, all accompanying texts and the documentation are
written for the use of the products by educated personnel. When using the
products, all safety instructions, property damage messages and all valid
legal regulations have to be observed. Technical knowledge is presumed.
The user has to assure that all legal regulations are obeyed.
2.2
Intended Use
The purpose of the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway described in this user
manual is to create a connection between SmartWire-DT slaves and an
overriding PROFINET IO controller (master device).
2.3
Personnel Qualification
The EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway must be installed, configured and
removed by qualified personnel only. Job-specific technical skills for people
professionally working with electricity must be present concerning the
following issues:
 Safety and health at work
 Mounting and connecting of electrical equipment
 Measurement and analysis of electrical functions and systems
 Evaluation of the safety of electrical systems and equipment
 Installing and configuring IT systems
2.4
References Safety
[S1]
ANSI Z535.6-2006 American National Standard for Product Safety Information in
Product Manuals, Instructions, and Other Collateral Materials
[S2]
IEC 60950-1, Information technology equipment - Safety Part 1: General requirements,
(IEC 60950-1:2005, modified); German Edition EN 60950-1:2006
[S3]
EN 61340-5-1 and EN 61340-5-2 as well as IEC 61340-5-1 and IEC 61340-5-2
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Safety Instructions to Avoid Personal Injury
To ensure your own personal safety and to avoid personal injury, you must
read, understand and follow the following safety instructions in this manual
and all warning messages, before you install and operate the EU5C-SWDPROFINET Gateway.
2.5.1
Electrical Shock Hazard
Take care of the following safety measures before installing or uninstalling
the gateway:
 First disconnect the power plug of the device.
 Make sure that the device is disconnected from the power supply.
 Cover or enclose neighboring units that are live.
Devices that are designed for mounting in housings or control cabinets
must only be operated and controlled after they have been installed with
the housing closed. Desktop or portable units must only be operated and
controlled in enclosed housings.
2.5.2
Danger of Unintended Starting Up of Machines
 Install automation devices and related operating elements in such a way
that they are well protected against unintentional operation.
 Emergency stop devices complying with IEC/EN 60204-1 must be
effective in all operating modes of the automation devices. Unlatching
the emergency-stop devices must not cause restart.
 You must take safety precautions (emergency switching off) in the
external circuitry of the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET and any power modules
type EU5C-SWD-PF1-1 or EU5C-SWDPF2-1 that are used. To do so,
plan to switch off the power supply to the contactor coils AUX.
 Measures should be taken to ensure the proper restart of programs
interrupted after a voltage dip or failure. This should not cause
dangerous operating states even for a short time. If necessary,
emergency stop devices should be implemented.
 Wherever faults in the automation system may cause damage to
persons or property, external measures must be implemented to ensure
a safe operating state in the event of a fault or malfunction (for example,
by means of separate limit switches, mechanical interlocks etc.).
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Safety Instructions to Avoid Property Damage
To avoid damage to your EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway or your
communication system, you must read, understand and follow the following
safety instructions and all safety instructions and warnings in this manual
concerning property damage, before you install and operate the gateway.
2.6.1
General Safety Instructions Concerning Supply Voltage
 In safety-relevant applications the power supply providing power to the
SmartWire-DT system must feature a PELV power feed module
(protective extra low voltage).
 Switch off the power supply, if you are reconnecting slaves in the
SmartWire-DT system or reconnecting the ribbon cable connection.
Otherwise the SmartWire-DT slaves can be destroyed!
 The gateway has protection against polarity reversal for the 24-V-DCPOW supply. However, if the gateway is connected via the serial
interface to an earthed device (for example to a PC), the gateway can be
destroyed, if the polarity of the power supply is reversed!
 The functional earth (FE) must be connected to the protective earth (PE)
or to the potential equalization. The system installer is responsible for
implementing this connection.
 Connecting cables and signal lines should be installed so that inductive
or capacitive interference does not impair the automation functions.
 Suitable safety hardware and software measures should be
implemented for the I/O interface so that a line or wire breakage on the
signal side does not result in undefined states in the automation devices.
2.6.2
Device Destruction by Exceeding Allowed Supply Voltage
The EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway must only be operated with the
specified supply voltage.
 Make sure that the limits of the allowed range for the supply voltage are
not exceeded. A supply voltage above the upper limit can cause severe
damage of the gateway!
 A supply voltage below the lower limit can cause malfunction of the
gateway!
 Ensure a reliable electrical isolation of the low voltage for the 24 volt
supply. Only use power supply units complying with IEC 60364-4-41
(VDE 0100 Part 410) or HD 384.4.41 S2.
The allowed range for the supply voltage is indicated in section Technical
Data on page 97.
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Electrostatic Sensitive Device
The EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway is sensitive to electrostatic
discharge, which can cause internal damage and affect its normal
operation. Therefore adhere to the necessary safety precautions for
components that are vulnerable to electrostatic discharge when you install
or remove the gateway. Follow the guidelines listed hereafter when you
handle the gateway:
 Touch a grounded object to discharge potential static before you handle
the gateway.
 Wear an approved grounding wriststrap.
 If possible, use a static-safe workstation.
 When not in use, store the device in appropriate static-safe packaging.
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Labeling of Safety Messages
In this document, the safety instructions and property damage messages
are designed according both to the internationally used safety conventions
as well as to the ANSI Z535 standard.
 The Section Safety Messages at the beginning of a chapter are
pinpointed particularly. They are highlighted by a specific safety symbol
and a signal word according to the degree of endangerment. In the
safety message, the nature of the hazard is indicated.
 The Integrated Safety Messages embedded in operating instructions
are highlighted by a signal word according to the degree of
endangerment and possibly by a safety symbol. In the safety message,
the nature of the hazard is indicated.
Safety
symbol
Sort of warning or principle
Warning of personal injury or property damage
Warning of damages by electrostatic discharge
Principle: Disconnect the power plug
Table 8: Safety Symbols and Sort of Warning or Principle
Signal word
Meaning
Meaning USA
Indicates a direct hazard with high
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
risk, which will have as consequence avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
death or grievous bodily harm if it is
not avoided.
Note
Indicates a possible hazard with
medium risk, which will have as
consequence death or (grievous)
bodily harm if it is not avoided.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
Indicates a minor hazard with
medium risk, which could have as
consequence personal injury, if it is
not avoided.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury.
Indicates a property damage
message.
Indicates a property damage message.
Indicates an important note in the
manual.
Indicates an important note in the manual.
Table 9: Signal Words
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3.1
3.1.1
Device Description EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Function
The EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway integrates a SmartWire-DT network
into a PROFINET network. The Gateway creates a data connection
between the participants (the slaves) of the subordinate SmartWire-DT
network and the controller (the master or PLC) of the superordinate
PROFINET IO network.
The gateway acts as master in the SmartWire-DT network, and as modular
IO Device (slave) in the PROFINET network. It thereby presents each
connected SmartWire-DT participant as individual module to the
PROFINET IO Controller.
The cyclic process data is exchanged transparently between both
networks. 1000 Bytes of process input/output data can in sum be
exchanged with up to 99 SmartWire-DT participants (slaves).
Figure 1: Data Flow EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
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Configuration
The EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway is easily commissioned by an
automated configuration function: On pushing the configuration button on
the front of the gateway, the gateway scans the current SmartWire-DT
network configuration, the so-called actual configuration. It then stores the
actual configuration as target configuration zero voltage-safe in the device,
thus making the target configuration available for a comparison of actual
and targeted SmartWire-DT configuration, which takes place each time the
gateway is being switched on.
When the gateway is switched on after a target configuration has already
been stored, the gateway automatically rescans the connected actual
configuration and checks it against the target configuration. It then gets
ready for PROFINET IO and waits for the PROFINET configuration. The
gateway checks the project configuration, which it receives from the
PROFINET
IO
controller,
against
the
target
configuration.
Discrepancies between target and actual, or between target and project
configurations are reported by the gateway via PROFINET-Diagnosis.
The gateway is commissioned in PROFINET by using a PROFINET IO
controller engineering tool and a GSDML device description file, which is to
be imported into engineering tool. The GSDML file of the gateway is stored
in the EDS\EU5C-SWD-PROFINET directory of the product DVD, which is
included in the scope of delivery. The file contains all configuration data
and all possible SmartWire-DT slaves as I/O modules.
Note: The GSDML device description file contains only I/O information for
SmartWire-DT slaves which were listed as sales products at the time of
creation of the file.
Eaton SWD-Assist planning software
In principle, you can build-up and configure a SmartWire-DT network
without any software tools. However, it is recommended to use the SWDAssist software to plan, dimension and document the SmartWire-DT
network. In SWD-Assist, a project specific GSDML file can be created and
exported. Using this file gives you the benefit of finding the I/O modules of
the SmartWire-DT slaves already preconfigured in your PROFINET
controller engineering tool.
For further information, please refer to the SWD-Assist online help.
Note: You will find the Eaton SWD-Assist software on the product DVD,
which is included in the EU5C-SWD-SW software package (order number
3233.920) available from Hilscher.
You can use the wizard on the product DVD to download updates of the
Eaton SWD-Assist software, or you can download SWD-Assist directly
from the www.moeller.net website under Support > Download Center.
Direct link:
http://downloadcenter.moeller.net/en/software.a487d8b7-da91-486f-b3ba-a7ca2035db99
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Interfaces
The gateway features a SmartWire-DT interface (plug, 8-pole), a 2-port
switch Ethernet interface (RJ45) and a Mini-USB interface. Via the MiniUSB interface, the gateway can communicate with the SWD-Assist
software.
3.1.4
Diagnosis
The gateway can be diagnosed by connecting the SWD-Assist software to
the Mini-USB interface. For further information, please refer to the SWDAssist online help.
The PROFINET IO protocol also provides diagnostic functions. For further
information, see section Alarms and Diagnosis Controlled by the Gateway
on page 90.
3.1.5
Updating Firmware and Device Description File
The EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway is shipped with its most recent
firmware already loaded.
Note: If your gateway is running with a firmware version older than 1.4.x.x,
it is strongly recommended to update the firmware and to use the version
of the device description file specified in section Versions of Devices,
Firmware, Software, Drivers and Device Description File on page 7. Since
version 1.4.x.x, the version of the firmware which has been loaded in the
gateway before delivery can be inferred from the device type label
attached to the gateway.
You can update the firmware from your configuration PC by using an
ordinary web browser.
A web server embedded in the gateway, which can be accessed via its
Ethernet interface, provides a special web page for updating the firmware.
For more details on this, please refer to the Updating Firmware chapter on
page 92 ff.
Important: Versions of firmware and device description files functionally
belong together. This means that after having updated the firmware to
version 1.4.x.x, you also need to replace the old version of the GSDML file
(GSDML-V2.25-Hilscher-EU5C-SWD-201206XX.xml) with the new version
of the GSDML file (GSDML-V2.2-Hilscher-EU5C-SWD-XXXXXXXX.xml).
This applies also the other way round: If you intend to use the new
GSDML file GSDML-V2.2-Hilscher-EU5C-SWD-XXXXXXXX.xml, you
need to update the old version of the firmware (1.0.x.x) to the new version
of the firmware (1.4.x.x).
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Prerequisites for Operation
The following prerequisites must be fulfilled to operate the EU5C-SWDPROFINET Gateway:
3.2.1
Network System
 SmartWire-DT network with maximum number of up to 99
participants/stations/slaves and maximum extension of up to 600
meters.
 PROFINET IO network with PROFINET IO Controller (master)
respectively PLC. Maximum cable length for one segment (cable
between two switches) is 100 meters.
3.2.2
Power Supply
In safety-relevant applications the power supply providing power for the
SmartWire-DT system must feature a PELV power feed module
(protective extra low voltage).
Ensure a reliable electrical isolation of the low voltage for the 24 volt
supply. Only use power supply units complying with IEC 60364-4-41
(VDE 0100 Part 410) or HD 384.4.41 S2.
You must take safety precautions (emergency switching off) in the
external circuitry of the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET and any power modules
type EU5C-SWD-PF1-1 or EU5C-SWDPF2-1 that are used. To do so,
plan to switch off the power supply to the contactor coils AUX.
Important!
Please take into consideration the total power consumption of your
SmartWire-DT network and, if necessary, plan for an additional feeder
module EU5C-SWD-PF2.
You can find information on the power consumption in the operating
manuals of the SmartWire-DT devices.
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POW Power Connection
A Power supply of 24 V DC for the coupling unit and for the Smart-Wire-DT
slave electronics is needed at the connection POW.
On the SmartWire-DT gateway, connect the POW and AUX supply
voltages via separate miniature circuit-breakers or fuses:
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 V DC for POW
 Cable protection in accordance with DIN VDE 0641 Part 11, IEC/EN
60898:
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 V DC rated operational current 3 A; trip
types C or Fuse 3 A, utilization class gL/gG
 Cable protection for cable AWG 24 in accordance with UL 508 und CSA22.2 No. 14:
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 V DC rated operational current 3 A; Tripping
characteristics C or Fuse 3 A
3.2.2.2
AUX Power Connection
If any switching devices are also to be connected, for example via the DILSWD-32-001/002 SmartWire-DT slaves, a 24 V DC supply will also be
required at the AUX power connection. This provides the supply for
activating the contactor coils. This supply must be protected by an
automatic circuit-breaker (3A gG/gl or 3 A miniature circuit-breaker with a Z
characteristic).
If switching devices with an activation power greater than 3 A are
connected, an additional feeder module EU5C-SWD-PF1 or EU5C-SWDPF2 must be used.
On the SmartWire-DT gateway, connect the POW and AUX supply
voltages via separate miniature circuit-breakers or fuses:
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 V DC for AUX
 Cable protection in accordance with DIN VDE 0641 Part 11, IEC/EN
60898:
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 V DC rated operational current 3 A; trip type
Z or Fuse 3 A, utilization class gL/gG
 Cable protection for cable AWG 24 in accordance with UL 508 und CSA22.2 No. 14:
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 V DC rated operational current 2 A; Tripping
characteristics Z or Fuse 2 A
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Device Picture
24 V power supply POW
PROFINET IO interface (RJ45)
LEDs communication status
PROFINET IO
Mini-USB interface
Configuration button
LEDs Gateway
24 V power supply AUX
SmartWire-DT connection (plug, 8pole)
Figure 2: Front View EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
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Positions and Meaning of the LEDs
Positions of the LEDs
POW: System status
APL: Application status
Config.: Configuration status
SWD: SmartWire-DT status
SF: PROFINET system error
BF: PROFINET bus error
LINK for channel 0
Receive/Transmit (RX/TX) for channel 0
LINK for channel 1
Receive/Transmit (RX/TX) for channel 1
Figure 3: LEDs EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
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Descriptions of the LEDs
LED
Color
POW
System
status
Duo-LED yellow/green
State
(yellow)
Number in
picture:
Meaning
On
Operating system is running, firmware is started.
Flashing
Bootloader mode active, firmware not loaded.
On
Firmware backup active.
Off
Power supply for device is missing or hardware defect.
(green/yellow)
(green)
(off)
APL
Application
status
Number in
picture:
Duo-LED red/green
(green)
(green)
(green)
(red)
(red)
(red)
Config.
Configuration
status
Number in
picture:
On
The communication on PROFINET and SmartWire-DT is in cyclic
data exchange and the gateway function is executed.
Flashing
2 s off,
0.5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the communication on PROFINET is not
in cyclic data exchange.
Flashing
2 s off,
0.5 s on,
0.5 s off,
0.5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the communication on SmartWire-DT is
not in cyclic data exchange.
Flashing
2 s off,
0,5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the configuration for the communication
protocol on PROFINET is missing or in error.
Flashing
2 s off,
0.5 s on,
0.5 s off,
0.5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the configuration for the communication
protocol on SmartWire-DT is missing or in error.
On
Gateway has detected an error during the initialization: Missing
configuration, error in configuration or internal error.
Duo-LED red/green
On
The planned configuration complies with the gateway target
configuration. Data exchange between Gateway and PLC via
PROFINET takes place.
(green)
Flashing
The planned configuration does not comply with the gateway target
configuration, but is compatible with it.
Data exchange between gateway and PLC via PROFINET takes
place.
(red)
On
The planned configuration and the gateway target configuration are
not compatible.
No data exchange between gateway and PLC via PROFINET.
Off
No communication with the PROFINET IO controller or the gateway
does not contain a project configuration.
(green)
(off)
Table 10: Description of the LEDs (1)
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LED
SWD
Status
SmartWire-DT
Color
State
(green)
(red)
(green)
(red)
(orange)
Number in
picture:
On
The current actual configuration complies with the gateway target
configuration.
Data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves takes
place.
Flashing
A necessary SmartWire-DT slave is missing or the gateway target
configuration does not comply with the actual configuration.
No data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves.
Flashing
Slave addressing is active (after power On or the download of a
planned configuration with empty modules).
No data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves.
On
Short-circuit on the 15 V power supply or no SmartWire-DT slave is
connected.
No data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves.
Flashing
After having pressed the configuration button: The gateway reads
the current actual configuration and stores it as target configuration.
Duo-LED red/green
(red)
(red)
(off)
BF
PROFINET
Bus Error
Number in
picture:
Numbers in
picture:
&
On
Watchdog timeout; channel-, generic or extended diagnosis
present; system error.
Flashing
cyclically at
2 Hz (for
3 sec.)
DCP signal service is initiated via the bus.
Off
No error.
Duo-LED red/green
(red)
(red)
(off)
LINK/RJ45
Ch0 & Ch1
Meaning
Duo-LED red/green/orange (orange = red/green at same time)
Number in
picture:
SF
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On
No configuration; or low speed physical link; or no physical link.
Flashing
cyclically at
2 Hz
No data exchange.
Off
No error.
On
Gateway has connection to Ethernet.
Off
Gateway has no connection to Ethernet.
Steady on or
flashing
Gateway sends/receives Ethernet frames.
LED green
(green)
(off)
RX/TX/RJ45
Ch0 & Ch1
LED yellow
Numbers in
picture:
(yellow)
&
Table 11: Description of the LEDs (2)
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Pinning PROFINET IO Interface
The following picture shows the pinning of the PROFINET IO interface of
the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway:
Figure 4: Pinning of the Ethernet Interface (RJ45)
Pin
Signal
Description
1
TX +
Transmit Data +
2
TX –
Transmit Data –
3
RX +
Receive Data +
4
TERM
5
TERM
6
RX –
7
TERM
8
TERM
Bob Smith Termination
Receive Data –
Bob Smith-Termination
Tabelle 1: Ethernet Interface Channel 0 and Channel 1 Pin Assignment (RJ45)
Note: Auto-Crossover function is supported by the gateway.
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Device Type Label
Each EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway carries a device type label, which
provides the following information:
Version of firmware (at time of
delivery)
Information on power supply for
switching devices (AUX)
Information on power supply for
Gateway and Smart-Wire-DT
slaves (POW)
Information on wire gauge of
power supplies
Operating ambient temperature
Device type name
Part number
Hardware revision number
Serial number
Figure 5:Device Type Label EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Note: The version of the loaded firmware is indicated on the device type
label only since version 1.4.x.x. Older gateways do not carry this
information on the label.
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Getting Started
The following table provides an overview of the steps necessary for
installing and commissioning the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway.
Note: The gateway is shipped with its firmware already loaded.
If your gateway is running with a firmware version older than 1.4.x.x, it is
strongly recommended to update the firmware and to use the version of
the device description file specified in section Versions of Devices,
Firmware, Software, Drivers and Device Description File on page 7.
For information on how to update the firmware of the gateway, please
refer to Updating Firmware chapter on page 92.
#
Step
For details refer to
1
Install gateway
Chapter Installing EU5C-SWDPROFINET Gateway on page 33 ff
1.1
Take safety precautions
Section Safety Messages on page 33
1.2
Mount gateway onto top hat rail
Section Mounting Gateway onto Top
Hat Rail on page 34
1.3
Connect gateway to power supply
Section Connecting Gateway to Power
Supply on page 37
1.4
Connect gateway to SmartWire-DT network
Section Connecting SmartWire-DT on
page 39
1.5
Connect gateway to PROFINET IO network
Section Connecting PROFINET IO on
page 40
2
Commission gateway
Chapter Commissioning EU5C-SWDPROFINET Gateway on page 42 ff
2.1
Configure SmartWire-DT network in gateway
Section Configuring SmartWire-DT
network in Gateway on page 42
2.2
Configure a PROFINET IO project for gateway
Section Configuring Gateway in
PROFINET IO Network on page 45
2.2.1
Import GSDML device description file in
programming tool
Section GSDML Device Description
File on page 45
Example for STEP 7: Section Import
GSDML Device Description File on
page 50
2.2.2
Configure gateway in PROFINET IO project
Example for STEP 7: Section Step-byStep Instructions for Configuring
Gateway with STEP 7 on page 48
2.2.3
Load PROFINET IO configuration to Controller/PLC
Example for STEP 7: Section Step-byStep Instructions for Loading
PROFINET IO Configuration to S7-300
PLC on page 69
2.3
Program Controller/PLC
Example for STEP 7: Section Step-byStep Instructions for Programming in
STEP 7: Display I/O Data on page 73
Table 12: Getting Started
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Safety Messages
Please observe the following safety messages when you install and
handle the gateway!
 First disconnect the power plug of the device.
 Make sure that the power supply is off at the device.
 Cover or enclose neighboring units that are live.
Electrostatic Sensitive Device
The gateway is sensitive to electrostatic discharge, which can cause
internal damage and affect its normal operation. Therefore adhere to the
necessary safety precautions for components that are vulnerable to
electrostatic discharge, when you install or handle the gateway.
 Do not touch the metal pins of the connectors of the gateway.
 Touch a grounded object to discharge potential static.
 Wear an approved grounding wriststrap.
 If available, use a static-safe workstation.
 When not in use, store the device in an appropriate static-safe
packaging.
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Mounting Gateway
For mounting the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway onto a top hat rail, no
tools are required. The back of the gateway carries a spring-fitted bolt ,
by which the gateway can be clamped to the rail .
Figure 6: Mounting Principle of the Gateway
6.2.1
Mounting Gateway onto Top Hat Rail
To mount the gateway onto the top hat rail, proceed as follows:
 Make sure that the gateway is disconnected from any power supply.
 Cover or enclose neighboring units that are live.

Tilt the gateway slightly and hook it
into the upper railing from above,
thereby pushing down the gateway
with slight force, in order to
overcome the resistance of the
spring in the bolt.
Figure 7: Hook Gateway to Upper
Railing
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Keep on pushing the gateway
downwards and tilt it back into
vertical position, thereby hooking
the gateway into the lower railing.
Figure 8: Hook Gateway to Lower
Railing

Let go of the gateway. The spring
inside the bolt automatically pushes
the gateway upwards into the
railings, thereby fixing the gateway
to the top hat rail.
Figure 9: Gateway is Clamped to
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Removing Gateway from Top Hat Rail
To remove the gateway from the top hat rail, proceed as follows:
 First disconnect the power plugs from the gateway.
 Make sure that the power supply is off at the gateway.
 Cover or enclose neighboring units that are live.

Push down the gateway with slight
force (to overcome the resistance of
the spring in the bolt), then unhook
the gateway first from the lower
railing and then from the upper
railing.
Figure 10: Unhook Gateway
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Connecting Gateway to Power Supply
In safety-relevant applications, the power supply providing power to the
SmartWire-DT system must feature a PELV power feed module
(protective extra low voltage).
You must take safety precautions (emergency switching off) in the
external circuitry of the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway and any power
modules type EU5C-SWD-PF1-1 or EU5C-SWDPF2-1 that are used. To
do so, plan to switch off the power supply to the contactor coils AUX.
Important!
Please take into consideration the total power consumption of your
SmartWire-DT network and, if necessary, plan for an additional feeder
module EU5C-SWD-PF2.
You can find information on the power consumption in the operating
manuals of the SmartWire-DT devices.
 Connect the 24 V DC voltage to the POW terminals on the front side of
the gateway. The POW connection provides the voltage for the gateway
itself and for the SmartWire-DT slave electronics.
Note: For the 15 V supply of the SmartWire-DT slaves, the gateway
contains an additional power feed module with an amperage of 0.7 A.
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 If necessary, connect the 24 V DC voltage for the contactor coils to the
AUX terminals on the front side of the gateway.
Figure 11: Gateway Power Supply
Note: The AUX supply is required if any switching devices are also to be
connected, for example, via the DIL-SWD-32-001/002 SmartWire-DT
slaves. The AUX connection provides the supply for activating the
contactor
coils.
This supply must be protected by an automatic circuit-breaker (3A gG/gl or
3 A miniature circuit-breaker with a Z characteristic).
If switching devices with an activation power greater than 3 A are
connected, an additional feeder module EU5C-SWD-PF1 or EU5C-SWDPF2 must be used.
Potential conditions between the components
The entire SmartWire-DT system operates on a common supply voltage.
Provide a common star point for the earth wiring. In this way, the various
slaves in the SmartWire-DT system will not be electrically isolated from one
another.
The PROFINET network and the SmartWire-DT system are electrically
isolated from one another.
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Connecting SmartWire-DT
 Connect the SmartWire-DT network to the gateway. To do so, use the
SmartWire-DT cable SWD4-100LF8-24 and the SWD4-8MF2 relevant
blade terminal or prefabricated cables of type SWD4-(3/5/10)F8-24-2S.
Figure 12: Connecting SmartWire-DT to Gateway
Switch off the power supply, if you are reconnecting slaves in the
SmartWire-DT system or reconnecting the ribbon cable connection.
Otherwise the SmartWire-DT slaves can be destroyed!
Note: Detailed instructions on adapting the SmartWire-DT external device
plug (SWD4-8SF2-5) to the 8 pole Smart-Wire-DT cable are provided in
chapter Fitting external device plugs SWD4-8SF2-5 of the manual
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Connecting PROFINET IO
 Connect the RJ45 plug of the PROFINET IO cable to one of the
Ethernet connectors on the gateway.
Figure 13: Connecting PROFINET IO to Gateway
Important!
Please observe the following notes on PROFINET IO cabling:
 Do not use hubs.
 Use switches only if the switch supports “Priority Tagging” and LLDP
(100 MBit/s, Full Duplex).
 Maximum cable length in a segment is 100 meters.
Please also observe the following note on the cabling of the PROFINET
IO Controller:
 Connect only ports with each other which have different cross-over
settings. Otherwise, a connection between the devices can not be
established. If the port settings of the PROFINET IO Controller are not
set to AUTO, then Port0 is switched uncrossed and Port1 crossed.
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EMC-Conformant Wiring of the Network
Undesired faults can occur on the bus due to electromagnetic interference.
This can be minimized beforehand by the implementation of suitable EMC
measures. These include:
 EMC-conformant system configuration,
 EMC compliant cable routing,
 Measures that do not allow the occurrence of large differences in
potential and
 correct installation of the PROFINET system (cables, connection of the
bus connectors, etc.)
The effects of electromagnetic interference can be significantly reduced by
fitting a shield.
For detailed information on this, please refer to the PROFINET Installation
Guideline for Cabling and Assembly, published by the PROFIBUS
Nutzerorganisation e.V., Order No: 8.072.
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Before switching on, check whether the power supply for the gateway is
connected correctly. The configuration and installation of the SmartWire-DT
network must also have been carried out correctly (with all slaves
connected).
Commissioning takes place in several steps:
1. Putting the SmartWire-DT network into operation.
2. Create a connection to the PROFINET IO network.
3. Configure PROFINET IO network and load configuration to PLC
(PROFINET IO Controller).
4. Write code for controller program and load it to PLC (PROFINET IO
Controller).
Danger of lethal injuries by unexpected starting up of motors or
machinery!
If you have already integrated devices into a system, secure the operating
range of any connected parts of the system against access, so that
nobody is endangered by motors or machinery starting up unexpectedly.
7.1
Configuring SmartWire-DT network in Gateway
Before the gateway can exchange data with the PLC, a valid SmartWire-DT
network configuration (a so-called gateway target configuration) has to be
stored in the gateway.
This is compared with the current configuration (actual configuration) each
time the gateway is restarted. If the gateway ascertains in this process that
a SmartWire-DT slave cannot be reached or a wrong slave type is
determined, the SmartWire-DT network will not go into operation (to be
precise, this is dependent on the network configuration).
Reading of the SmartWire-DT network configuration takes place by
pressing the configuration button on the gateway (for the position of the
configuration button, see figure Front View EU5C-SWD-PROFINET
Gateway on page 26). All SmartWire-DT slaves are re-addressed in
ascending order in the process.
This process may only take place in the case of:
 initial commissioning,
 the replacement of a defective slave or
 a change to the configuration.
If a SmartWire-DT slave has failed, the SmartWire-DT network can still be
operated with the remaining slaves, depending on the configuration setting
(even after a repeat power up of the gateway). The failure is reported to the
application.
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Important!
If there is a faulty configuration and the configuration button is pressed,
only the slaves up to the failed device are addressed and stored. Use of
the remaining slaves is not possible until the defective slave has been
replaced and the configuration has been read in again by pressing the
configuration button.
7.1.1
Reading the SmartWire-DT Configuration
If you startup the gateway for the first time, or if you have replaced a
SmartWire-DT slave or changed the setup of the SmartWire-DT network in
some other way, you have to initiate a reading of the SmartWire-DT
configuration.
Prerequisites for reading the configuration are:
 All SmartWire-DT slaves are connected to the SmartWire-DT line.
 The SmartWire-DT network is connected to the gateway.
 The voltage POW is applied to the coupling unit and the power LED
POW is on.
 The voltage AUX is applied (if necessary).
 The SmartWire-DT status LEDs of the SmartWire-DT slaves are on or
are flashing.
Note: Disconnect the PROFINET IO network from the gateway by
removing the RJ45 plug from the Ethernet interface of the gateway, before
pressing the configuration button.
 Press the configuration button on the gateway for at least two seconds
(for the position of the configuration button, see figure Front View
EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway on page 26).
Take care to push the button properly. You have to feel and overcome a
slight resistance when pushing the button into the gateway, otherwise
the button won’t trigger.
 The SmartWire status LED on the gateway begins to flash orange. The
SmartWire-DT status LEDs on the SmartWire-DT slaves also flash.
 All slaves are addressed in sequence, the complete configuration is
stored retentively as gateway target configuration.
 The gateway then restarts.
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Switching On Gateway When Target Configuration Is Stored
If a configuration is stored in the gateway, each time the supply voltage is
switched on, it is checked whether the slaves actually found on the network
comply with the stored gateway target configuration.
The result of the check is indicated by the SmartWire-DT status LED on the
gateway (for the position of the LED, see section Positions of the LEDs on
page 27):
LED
SWD
Status
SmartWire-DT
Number
in
Figure 3 on
page 27
Color
State
Meaning
Duo-LED red/green/orange (orange = red/green at same time)
On
The current actual configuration complies with the gateway target
configuration.
Data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves takes
place.
Flashing red
A necessary SmartWire-DT slave is missing or the gateway target
configuration does not comply with the actual configuration.
No data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves.
(green)
Flashing
green
Slave addressing is active (after power-on or the download of a
planned configuration with empty modules).
No data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves.
(red)
On
Short-circuit on the 15 V power supply or no SmartWire-DT slave is
connected.
No data exchange between gateway and SmartWire-DT slaves.
Flashing
After having pressed the configuration button: The gateway reads
the current actual configuration and stores it as target configuration.
(green)
(red)
(orange)
Table 13: SWD LED
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Configuring Gateway in PROFINET IO Network
GSDML Device Description File
In the PROFINET engineering tool of the PLC programming system, the
EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway is integrated as PROFINET IO Device –
i. e. as slave device. For this, a device description file (GSDML file)
containing a standardized description of the gateway is necessary.
The ongoing development of the SmartWire-DT communication system
results in different versions of the GSDML files. The relation between
supported SmartWire-DT devices, gateway firmware versions and GSDML
versions is shown in section Fehler! Verweisquelle konnte nicht
gefunden werden. on page Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert..
You will find the GSDML file on the product DVD in the
EDS\EU5C-SWD-PROFINET directory. You can also download the latest
version of a GSDML file from our website www.hilscher.com under Support
> Downloads.
Copy the relevant GSDML files together with the relevant bitmap files to the
relevant directory of your PROFINET engineering tool or use the import
function of the tool. For further information on this, please refer to the
documentation of your engineering tool.
7.2.2
Creating Communication With PROFINET IO
If a data interchange is possible between the SmartWire-DT slaves and the
gateway, in principle also communication between the gateway and the
controller can be established via PROFINET IO.
 Connect the gateway to the PROFINET IO bus.
 Load the PROFINET IO configuration and possibly a controller program
to the PLC.
On uploading the PROFINET IO configuration/program from the
engineering tool to the PLC, the configuration of the entire PROFINET IO
network is transferred to the PROFINET IO Controller (master). The
PROFINET IO Controller then transfers the planned SmartWire-DT
configuration, which is included in the PROFINET IO configuration, to the
gateway, where it is being tested.
If the planned configuration complies with the stored gateway configuration,
all status LEDs indicate a green continuous light. Any errors that occur are
indicated via the Application status LED and the Config status LED.
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Application
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Meaning
Duo-LED red/green
(green)
(green)
(green)
(red)
(red)
(red)
On
The communication on PROFINET and SmartWire-DT is in cyclic
data exchange and the gateway function is executed.
Flashing
2 s off,
0.5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the communication on PROFINET is not
in cyclic data exchange.
Flashing
2 s off,
0.5 s on,
0.5 s off,
0.5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the communication on SmartWire-DT is
not in cyclic data exchange.
Flashing
2 s off,
0.5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the configuration for the communication
protocol on PROFINET is missing or in error.
Flashing
2 s off,
0.5 s on,
0.5 s off,
0.5 s on
Gateway is initialized, but the configuration for the communication
protocol on SmartWire-DT is missing or in error.
On
Gateway has detected an error during the initialization: Missing
configuration, error in configuration or internal error.
Table 14: APL LED
Prerequisite for data interchange is that the PROFINET configuration drawn
up in the PROFINET engineering tool (= planned configuration) complies
with the target configuration actually available on the gateway. The result of
this check is signaled on the gateway by the SmartWire-DT configuration
LED:
LED
Config.
Configuration
status
Number
in
Figure 3 on
page 27
Color
State
Meaning
Duo-LED red/green
On
The planned configuration complies with the gateway target
configuration. Data exchange between Gateway and PLC via
PROFINET takes place.
(green)
Flashing
The planned configuration does not comply with the gateway target
configuration, but is compatible with it.
Data exchange between gateway and PLC via PROFINET takes
place.
(red)
On
The planned configuration and the gateway target configuration are
not compatible.
No data exchange between gateway and PLC via PROFINET.
Off
No communication with the PROFINET IO controller or the gateway
does not contain a project configuration.
(green)
(off)
Table 15: Config LED
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Example: Using STEP 7 to Create a Gateway Project in
PROFINET IO Network Controlled By S7-300 PLC
Overview
The following example shows how to use the STEP 7 programming
software to configure and program the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway in
a PROFINET IO network which is controlled by a S7-300 PLC.
For this example, you need the following hard- and software:
 PROFINET engineering tool:
Programming device or PC
(= programming system)
with
installed
STEP
7
software
 GSDML device description file for EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
 S7-300 PLC
 EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
 PROFINET IO network
 SmartWire-DT network with slaves
To create and implement the gateway project, the following steps have to
be performed in STEP 7:
1. Create new project
2. Import GSDML file
3. Configure PROFINET IO Controller (S7-300 PLC)
4. Configure PROFINET IO network
5. Configure gateway in PROFINET IO
6. Configure SmartWire-DT slaves in PROFINET IO
7. Save and compile configuration
8. Load configuration to S7-300 PLC (PROFINET IO Controller)
9. Program controller
10. Load controller program to S7-300 PLC (PROFINET IO Controller)
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Configuring Gateway with STEP 7
Create Project in STEP 7
1. Start STEP 7 SIMATIC Manager.
 In the Windows Start menu, choose All Programs > SIMATIC >
SIMATIC Manager.
 The SIMATIC Manager opens.
 If the STEP 7 Wizard: “New Project” appears, close the wizard by
clicking the Cancel button.
2. Create new project.
 In the menu, choose File > New.
 The New Project dialog box opens.
Figure 14: Create New Project in SIMATIC Manager
 In the User projects tab, use the Name field to enter the name of your
project. In the Type drop-down list, select Project entry.
 Click OK button.
 The New Project dialog box closes, and a window containing the new
project opens.
3. Add PLC to the project.
 In the project tree of the project window (in the left part of the project
window), select your new project.
 In the menu bar, choose Insert > Station > SIMATIC 300 Station.
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 The PLC is displayed in the project window.
Figure 15: PLC Added to the Project
4. Open Hardware Configuration.
 In the project tree, select SIMATIC 300(1) symbol, then double-click
Hardware symbol in the right part of the project window.
 The HW Config (Hardware Configuration) window for the project
opens.
Figure 16: Hardware Configuration Window
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Import GSDML Device Description File
 In the menu bar of the HW Config window, choose Options > Install
GSD File…
 The Install GSD Files dialog box opens:
Figure 17: Install GSD Files Dialog Box
 Choose the directory where the GSDML file you want to install is stored.
In the drop-down list located next to the Install GSD Files entry, select
from the directory entry, then click Browse… button.
 The Windows Search Folder dialog opens.
 Navigate to the relevant directory, select relevant folder and click OK
button.
 The Search Folder dialog closes, and in the Install GSD Files dialog
box all GSD and GSDML files stored in that folder are displayed:
Figure 18: Select GSDML File
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Note: Usually the GSDML file is delivered together with a bitmap file
containing an icon, which symbolizes the gateway in the GUI of the
programming system. This bitmap file must be stored in the same folder
as the GSDML file, so that it can automatically be installed together with
the GSDML file. Please note, that this bitmap file is not displayed in the
Install GSD Files dialog box, even if it’s actually there. Therefore, if you
are in doubt, use the Windows Explorer to check whether the bitmap file is
really present in the chosen folder.
 Select the relevant GSDML file, then click Install button.
 The GSDML file is installed. If an older version of the GSDML file has
been installed before, this older file is transferred to a backup directory.
 Acknowledge all messages by clicking Yes or OK.
Click Close button to quit the Install GSD Files dialog box.
 In the Hardware Catalog of the HW Config window, the EU5C-SWDPROFINET Gateway is displayed under PROFINET IO > Additional
Field Devices > Gateway.
Note: If the Hardware Catalog is not visible by default, you can open it in
the menu bar of the HW Config window by choosing View > Catalog.
Figure 19: Installed GSDML File
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Configure PROFINET IO Controller
1. Add rail (carrier rack) for IO Controller (PLC).
 In the Hardware Catalog of the HW Config window, under SIMATIC
300 > RACK-300, choose Rail object, and drag and drop it into the
configuration window.
Figure 20: Added Rail
 The rail is displayed in the configuration window.
2. Add power supply module for IO Controller (PLC).
 In the Hardware Catalog of the HW Config window, under SIMATIC
300 > PS-300, choose the appropriate power module, e. g. PS 307
10A, and drag and drop it onto Slot 1 of the rail in the configuration
window.
Note: Once you have selected an object in the hardware catalog, all slots
in the configuration window onto which the object can be dropped, are
highlighted in a green color. This helps you to find the right slot.
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Figure 21: Added Power Module
 In the configuration window, the added power module is displayed in
the rail.
3. Add CPU for IO Controller (PLC).
 In the Hardware Catalog of the HW Config window, choose the CPU
you are using, e. g. SIMATIC 300 > CPU-300 > CPU 315-2 PN/DP >
6ES7 315-2EH13-0AB0 > V2.6, and drag and drop it onto Slot 2 of the
rail in the configuration window.
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 On dropping the CPU onto the slot, the Properties – Ethernet
Interface sheet automatically opens:
Figure 22: Add CPU
 In the Parameters tab of the Properties – Ethernet Interface sheet,
enter IP address and Subnet mask or accept the preset default
values. You can also set the IP address later during the next step, when
you add a PROFINET IO network to the project.
Note: Consult you network administrator about IP addresses, if you intend
to use your company’s Ethernet network.
 Click OK button, to close the Properties – Ethernet Interface sheet.
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 After the Properties – Ethernet Interface sheet is closed, the added
CPU with its interfaces is displayed in the rail in the configuration
window:
Figure 23: Added CPU
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Configure PROFINET IO Network
1. Add PROFINET IO network.
 In the configuration window, right-click the X2 PN-IO interface, then
choose Insert PROFINET IO System from the context menu.
 The Properties – Ethernet Interface sheet, which you have already
seen in the previous step when you added the CPU, opens again. The
IP address and the Subnet mask are displayed in the Parameters tab
and can be changed here once again.
Figure 24: Add PROFINET IO (1)
2. Set parameters for PROFINET IO network.
 If necessary, change the values of the IP address and the Subnet
mask in the Parameters tab.
 In the Parameters tab, click New… button.
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 The Properties – New subnet Industrial Ethernet sheet opens:
Figure 25: Add PROFINET IO (2)
 In the Name field of the Properties – New subnet Industrial Ethernet
sheet, enter a new name for the network, or accept the preset default
name. Then click OK button.
 You are back in the Properties – Ethernet Interface sheet.
 In the Properties – Ethernet Interface sheet, click OK button.
 The Properties – Ethernet Interface sheet is closed, and in the
configuration window, the newly added PROFINET IO network is
depicted as PROFINET bus line.
Figure 26: Added PROFINET IO Network
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Configure Gateway in PROFINET IO
1. Add Gateway.
 In the Hardware Catalog, under PROFINET IO > Additional Field
Devices > Gateway > EU5C-SWD, select the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET
object and drag it into the configuration window, then drop it below the
PROFINET bus line, which you have added in the previous step.
 In the configuration window, the PROFINET bus line is depicted with
the connected gateway:
Figure 27: Added Gateway
2. Set device name of gateway in PROFINET IO network.
 In the upper part of the configuration window, double-click the gateway
symbol.
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 The Properties sheet of the gateway opens:
Figure 28: Set Device Name of Gateway
 In the Device name field of the General tab, you see the preset name
of the gateway, which the STEP 7 software has taken over from the
imported GSDML file. The PROFINET IO controller (the PLC) uses this
name to address the gateway in the network.
 Keep the preset name, if you intend to use only one EU5C-SWDPROFINET Gateway in your PROFINET network.
If you intend to use more than one gateway, you must define a unique
new name for each additional gateway. In that case you can keep the
preset name for your first gateway, but have to enter a new Device
name in the corresponding Properties sheets of the other gateways.
Important: Please note that you need to define these new names not only
within the STEP 7 configuration, but that you also need to transfer the
new names onto the additional gateways and save them there, in order to
overwrite the preset standard name stored in each gateway. Otherwise
the additional gateways will not respond when contacted by the
PROFINET IO controller.
For information on how to change the device name on a gateway, see
section Using STEP 7 to Assign Device Name or IP Address on the
Gateway on page 83.
 Click OK button to close the Properties sheet.
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Note: If you have installed more than one version of a GSDML device
description file in the course of time, you can use the Change Release
Number… button in the General tab of the Properties sheet to open a
dialog box, in which you can choose an older version of the GSDML file to
be used to configure the gateway.
Older versions of GSDML files are moved to a backup directory when new
GSDML files are being imported to STEP 7, see Import GSDML Device
Description File section on page 50.
3. Define IP address for gateway in PROFINET IO.
 In the upper part of the configuration window, right-click the gateway
symbol, then choose Edit PROFINET IO System IP address from the
context menu.
 The Edit IP Addresses dialog box opens:
Figure 29: Set IP Address of Gateway
 Accept the IP address determined by the PROFINET IO controller, or
click the IP Address field and enter a new address.
 Click OK button to close Edit IP Addresses dialog box.
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4. Set further parameters of gateway.
 In the upper part of the configuration window, select the gateway
, then double-click the gateway entry on Slot 0
in the
symbol
lower part of the configuration window.
Figure 30: Set Further Gateway Parameters (1)
 The Properties sheet opens.
Note: The Gateways has two different Property sheets in STEP 7.
One opens, if you double-click on the gateway symbol
in the upper part
of the configuration window, the other opens, if you double-click the
gateway entry on Slot 0
in the lower part of the configuration window.
In the General tab, you can enter a comment:
Figure 31: Set Further Gateway Parameters (2)
 Click the Comment field and enter your text.
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 After closing the Properties sheet, the text will be displayed in the
Comment column in the lower part of the configuration window.
In the Addresses tab, you can accept or change the preset diagnostic
address of the gateway:
Figure 32: Set Diagnostic Address of Gateway
 Click the Diagnostic address field and enter the new address.
In the Parameters tab, you can set the application parameters of the
gateway in regard to its function as master in the SmartWire-DT network.
Figure 33: Set Application Parameters of Gateway
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 In the Value column, click the entry you want to change. As soon as
you click a value, a drop-down list opens, in which you can select other
values.
You can set the following parameters:
Parameter
Value
Description
Baudrate SmartWire-DT
125 kBit/s
The baud rate of the SmartWire-DT network.
250 kBit/s
Compatible devices
allowed
All slaves optional
Delay between cyclic
exchange (ms)
No
The planned SmartWire-DT slaves in the
PROFINET IO configuration must comply 100 %
with the SmartWire-DT slaves of the stored
gateway target configuration. If not, no data
interchange takes place with the PROFINET IO
controller.
Yes
Data exchange takes place, if the connected
SmartWire-DT slaves are different but compatible
with the planned SmartWire-DT slaves in the
PROFINET IO configuration. This is indicated by
the Config LED on the gateway.
Defined for each
slave
Specification is performed individually for each
SmartWire-DT slave.
Yes
Data transmission to the PROFINET IO also takes
place for a random number of failed SmartWireDT slaves. The setting in the module parameters
of the SmartWire-DT slaves has no effect.
See Application Parameters of Slave table on
page 68.
0
Reserved option, other settings currently not
supported.
Table 16: Application Parameters of Gateway
 Click OK button to close the Properties sheet.
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Configure SmartWire-DT Slaves in PROFINET IO
1. Add SmartWire-DT slaves.
Note: If you are using a project-specific GSDML device description file
which was created by the SWD-Assist software and which contains
preconfigured SmartWire-DT slaves, you don’t need to add and configure
SmartWire-DT slaves as described in the subsequent section.
For information on project-specific GSDML files created with SWD-Assist,
please refer to the SWD-Assist online help.
 In the configuration window, select the gateway symbol.
 In the Hardware Catalog, select under PROFINET IO > Additional
Field Devices > Gateway > EU5C-SWD > EU5C-SWD-PROFINET >
Eaton a slave device of your SmartWire-DT network, e. g. EU5E-SWD2A2A in the Input / Output modules folder, then drag it into the lower
part of the configuration window and drop it onto an appropriate slot of
the gateway, e. g. Slot 1.
Slots, onto which the device can be dropped, are highlighted in green
color.
 In the lower part of the configuration window, the added SmartWire-DT
slave is displayed in the assigned gateway slot:
Figure 34: Added SmartWire-DT Slave
 Add other SmartWire-DT slaves as necessary. Proceed as described
above.
If you are not sure about the final SmartWire-DT topology, and perhaps
wish to add SmartWire-DT slaves later, you can add a placeholder. For
further information, see section Adding SmartWire-DT Slaves Later on
page 81.
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Important:
 Observe the correct order of the SmartWire-DT slaves in the
SmartWire-DT network. The SmartWire-DT slaves must be configured
in PROFINET IO in the exact order according to their arrangement in
the installation.
 The universal module is not a valid SmartWire-DT slave and must not
be added to the project.
2. Configure SmartWire-DT slaves.
 In the upper part of the configuration window, select the gateway
symbol , then double-click the slave entry, e. g. EU5E-SWD-2A2A on
Slot 1 , in the lower part of the configuration window.
Figure 35: Configure SmartWire-DT Slave
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 The Properties sheet opens.
In the General tab, you can accept or change the preset name of the
SmartWire-DT slave.
Figure 36: Set Properties of SmartWire-DT Slave
 Click Name field and enter a new name, if necessary.
In the Addresses tab, you can accept or change the addresses, which are
reserved within the controller for the input and output data of the
SmartWire-DT slave.
Figure 37: Set I/O Addresses of SmartWire-DT slaves, EU5E-SWD-2A2A Example
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Note: On adding a SmartWire-DT slave, the addresses are assigned
automatically by the system. The preset address value ensures that the
start address is within the process image of the inputs and outputs.
 Click the Start field and enter a new start address, if necessary.
In the Parameters tab, you can set the application parameters of the
SmartWire device in regard to its function as slave in the SmartWire-DT
network. For example, you can parameterize the transient behavior for
each SmartWire-DT slave. This defines how the gateway is to respond if an
SmartWire-DT slave is not present. The standard setting is that all
SmartWire-DT slaves have to be available.
Note: The information as to whether a SmartWire-DT slave is available, is
also reported to the application via the diagnostics function, so that you
can respond there to the failure of an individual slave.
Figure 38: Set Application Parameters for SmartWire-DT Slave, EU5E-SWD-2A2A Example
 In the Value column, click the entry you want to change. As soon as
you click a value, a drop-down list opens, in which you can select other
values.
Which application parameters can be set here, depends on the individual
device characteristics of the SmartWire-DT slave.
For information on individual device characteristics, please refer to the
Eaton user manual SmartWire-DT Units, 05/11 MN05006001Z-EN.
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For the EU5E-SWD-2A2A device you can set the following parameters:
Parameter
Value
Description
Presence of
Device on SWD
Device shall be present
Data transfer to PROFINET takes place only if the SmartWire-DT
slave is present.
Device shall not be
present
Data transfer to PROFINET takes place, even if the SmartWire-DT
slave has failed or is not present.
Note: Parameter setting at this point only makes sense, if in the application parameters of the gateway
the All slaves optional parameter has been set to Defined for each slave.
See Application Parameters of Gateway table on page 63.
Replacement by
universal module
not allowed
The SmartWire-DT slave may not be replaced by a universal module.
allowed
The SmartWire-DT slave may be replaced by universal module M22SWD-NOP(C).
Type of sensor
input 0
Voltage (0-10V)
Type of sensor
input 1
Voltage (0-10V)
Type of actuator
output 0
Voltage (0-10V)
Type of actuator
output 1
Voltage (0-10V)
Measurement
update time
20 ms; 100 ms; 200
ms; 500 ms
Defines the refresh rate of readings.
Averaging
On; Off
Switches averaging on/off
Current (0-20mA)
Current (0-20mA)
Defines the type of sensor/actuator the SmartWire-DT slave is using
(current- or voltage-based sensor/actuator)
Current (0-20mA)
Current (0-20mA)
Table 17: Application Parameters of Slave
 Click OK button to close the Properties sheet.
7.3.2.7
Save and Compile Configuration
After you have finished to configure your PROFINET IO project, you must
save and compile the configuration before you can upload it to your
PROFINET IO controller, i. e. your S7-300 PLC.
 In the menu bar of the HW Config window, choose Station > Save and
Compile.
 The hardware configuration is saved and compiled.
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Loading
PROFINET
IO
Prerequisites
 The S7-300 PLC is connected to power supply.
 The S7-300 PLC is connected to the programming device/PC with
installed STEP 7 software.
Step-by-step instructions
1. Set up PG/PC interface in STEP 7.
 In the menu bar of the SIMATIC Manager on your programming
device/PC, choose Options > Set PG/PC Interface…
 The Set PG/PC Interface dialog box opens:
Figure 39: Set PG/PC Interface (1)
 In the Interface Parameter Assignment Used list of the Access Path
tab, select the network interface card you are using on your
programming device/PC.
 Click Properties… button.
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 The Properties sheet for the selected network interface card opens:
Figure 40: Set PG/PC Interface (2)
 In the IE-PG Access tab, select Assign IP addresses unique to the
project option, then click OK button.
 You are back in the Set PG/PC Interface dialog box.
 Click OK button, to take over the setting of the PG/PC interface.
2. Load configuration to S7-300 PLC.
 Open the HW Config window for the Project.
 In the menu bar of the HW Config window, select PLC > Download…
 The Select Target Module dialog box opens:
Figure 41: Select Target PLC
 In the Module list, select the target module (i. e. the CPU of the PLC),
then click OK button.
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 The Select Node Address dialog box opens:
Figure 42: Select Node Address (1)
 The CPU of the PLC is not yet displayed in the Accessible Nodes list.
 Click View button.
 The programming device/PC reads the MAC addresses of the
connected devices and displays them in the Accessible Nodes list.
Figure 43: Select Node Address (2)
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 In the Accessible Nodes list, select the row featuring the MAC address
of the CPU, then click OK button.
 If no IP address has been assigned to the CPU before, the following
Download message appears:
Figure 44: Select Node Address (3)
 Answer the question, whether the IP address should be assigned, with
Yes.
 The IP address is assigned to the CPU, and the configuration is loaded
to the CPU of the PLC.
 In the menu bar of the HW Config window choose Station > Exit to
close HW Config. Answer the save prompt with Yes.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Programming in STEP 7: Display
I/O Data
The following step-by-step instructions provide a simple programming
example for a PLC in STEP 7. It shows, how to monitor I/O data of the
M22-SWD-K22LED-B function element, which is a SmartWire-DT slave
controlled by a S7-300 PLC via the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway.
For this, you must first define a “data block” and an “organization block” and
load them to the PLC. Then you can visualize input and output data of the
M22-SWD-K22LED-B slave in STEP 7 by means of a “variable table”, and
send output data to the slave too.
Prerequisites
 You have already created, configured and loaded onto the S7-300 PLC
a project containing a certain SmartWire-DT slave (in this case the M22SWD-K22LED-B function element).
 Communication between PROFINET IO and SmartWire-DT network via
gateway runs smoothly, cyclic data is exchanged.
 The programming device/PC with installed STEP 7 software is
connected to the S7-300 PLC.
 You know the meaning of the input and output signals (e. g. the
assignment of certain Bits to certain operational states) of the concerned
SmartWire-DT slave.
You will find the parameters of individual SmartWire-DT devices needed
for programming in the Eaton user manual SmartWire-DT Units, 05/11
MN05006001Z-EN.
 The project is opened in the SIMATIC Manager.
Step-by-step instructions
1. Create data block.
 In the project tree, select the CPU.
 In the menu bar, choose Insert > S7 Block > Data block.
Figure 45: Project Window in SIMATIC Manager
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 The Properties sheet of the data block opens.
Figure 46: Create Data Block
 In the Name and type field of the General – Part 1 tab, enter the name
of the data block, e. g. „DB100“, then click OK button.
 The new data block is displayed in the Blocks node of the project
window.
Figure 47: Data Block Created
2. Edit data block.
 Select DB100 block.
 Double-click DB100 block or choose Edit > Open Object in the menu
bar.
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 The data block is opened in the editor:
Figure 48: Edit Data Block
 Define Name, Type and Initial value of the elements which represent
the input and output data.
 In the menu bar of the editor, choose File > Save, then close the editor.
3. Edit organization block.
Note: You don’t need to create a new organization block (whereas you
had to create a new data block), because each project by default already
includes an OB1 organization block.
 In the Blocks node of the project window, select the OB1 organization
block.
 Double-click OB1 block or choose Edit > Open Object in the menu bar.
 If you open the OB1 organization block for the first time, the Properties
sheet of the block opens.
 Close the Properties sheet by clicking the OK button.
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 The organization block is opened in the editor:
Figure 49: Edit Organization Block
 Link the elements representing the input and output data of the
SmartWire-DT slave (i. e. DB100.DBB 1 and DB100.DBB 0 which
you have defined in the data block) to the I/O addresses which were
assigned to the SmartWire-DT slave when the project was being
configured in PROFINET IO. (See section Configure SmartWire-DT
Slaves in PROFINET IO.) If, for example, the value 256 was configured
as I/O address, you must enter the programming code as shown in the
picture above.
 After you have entered the code, choose File > Save in the menu bar of
the editor, then close the editor.
4. Load blocks to S7-300 PLC.
Before you can use a variable table to monitor input and output data of the
SmartWire-DT slave, you must download the code/blocks to the PLC.
 In the project tree, select Blocks node.
Figure 50: Select Blocks Node in SIMATIC Manager
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 In the menu bar of the SIMATIC Manager, choose PLC > Download.
 The code/blocks are loaded to the PLC.
5. Create variable table.
 In the project tree, select the CPU.
Figure 51: Selected CPU in Project Tree
 In the menu bar of the SIMATIC Manager, choose Insert > S7 Block >
Variable Table.
 The Properties sheet of the variable table opens.
Figure 52: Create Variable Table
 In the Symbolic Name field of the General – Part 1 tab, enter the
name of the table, e. g. „ VAT_1“, then click OK button.
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 The new variable table is displayed in the Blocks node of the project
window:
Figure 53: Variable Table Created
6. Edit Variable Table.
 Select the variable table.
 Double-click the variable table or choose Edit > Open Object in the
menu bar.
 The variable table is opened in the editor:
Figure 54: Edit Variable Table
 Fill in the Address and Display format columns as shown in the
picture above.
 In the menu bar of the editor, choose Table > Save.
7. Display I/O data.
 In the menu bar of the editor, choose Variable > Monitor, or click
button in the toolbar of the editor.
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 An online connection to the S7-300 PLC of this project is automatically
established, and signals currently sent by the SmartWire-DT slave are
displayed in the Status value column.
Figure 55: Monitor Input Data
If an event is triggered at the SmartWire-DT slave, the Status value of the
DB100.DBB 0 element (which represents the input data) changes:
 Push one of the buttons of the M22-SWD-K22LED-B slave device.
 The corresponding Bit in the Status value column changes from 0 to 1.
Information on the assignment of certain Bits to certain operational states,
and other parameters needed for programming SmartWire-DT slaves, can
be found in the Eaton user manual SmartWire-DT Units, 05/11
MN05006001Z-EN.
If the Modify value of the DB100.DBB 1 element (which represents the
output data) is changed, an event at the SmartWire-DT slave can be
triggered:
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 In the variable table, change the last Bit of the Modify value of the
DB100.DBB 1 element from 0 to 1.
Figure 56: Modify Value
 In the toolbar of the editor, click
button.
 The LED at the M22-SWD-K22LED-B slave device lights up.
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Adding SmartWire-DT Slaves Later
If you are not sure about the final SmartWire-DT topology, and may wish to
add SmartWire-DT slaves later, adding a placeholder (dummy module) in
the appropriate position in the SmartWire-DT network is recommended.
This is especially useful in STEP 7, since the HW Config tool does not
allow the adding of stations between occupied module locations.
 During configuration of the project in the engineering tool, position the
permanent SmartWire-DT slaves in the correct order and add the
Reserved (stored in the Other elements folder) element at the required
position.
Figure 57: Add Placeholder
 The placeholder reserves a SmartWire-DT slave address for the
SmartWire-DT slave which is to be added later.
 Save the project, transfer it to the PLC. Then switch the PLC to RUN
mode.
 After the PROFINET IO configuration is received from the PLC, the
SmartWire-DT gateway addresses the slaves automatically, taking the
placeholder into account.
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Acyclical Data Communication S7-300 PLC
SmartWire-DT slaves – such as the PKE-SWD-32 module for the electronic
motor-protective circuit-breaker – also supply acyclical data in addition to
the cyclical data. The function blocks SFB52 RDREC (read record) and
SFB53 WRREC (write record) are used in STEP 7 for reading and writing
acyclical data.
The reference to the required slave is implemented with these function
blocks via the parameters ID and Index.
For further information on handling these function blocks, please refer to
the STEP 7 documentation.
The address of the SmartWire-DT slave, with which communication is to be
established, is set at the parameter ID. The Index parameter addresses the
V1 object. The first object is assigned number 1, the second 2 etc. On the
SmartWire-DT slave PKE-SWD-32, the object 1 supplies the current value
Irel.
For further information on acyclical data communication, see Acyclical
Communication section on page 86.
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Using STEP 7 to Assign Device Name or IP Address on the
Gateway
You can use STEP 7 and your programming device/PC to assign to your
gateway a new IP address or a new device name – independently from the
PROFINET IO configuration.
Prerequisites
 The gateway is connected to power supply.
 The gateway is connected via Ethernet to the programming device/PC
and the STEP 7 software.
 If you want to change the IP address of the gateway, the gateway must
not be in a state of cyclic data exchange with the PROFINET IO
controller.
Step-by-step instructions
 Open HW Config window for the project.
 In the menu bar of the HW Config window, choose PLC > Ethernet >
Edit Ethernet Node.
 A blank Edit Ethernet Node dialog box opens:
Figure 58: Edit Ethernet Node (1)
 Below Nodes accessible online, click Browse… button.
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 The Browse Network dialog box opens. After a short while, all found
nodes are displayed:
Figure 59: Browse Network
 Select the entry for the gateway, then click OK button.
Note: You can make the SF LED of the gateway flash, by clicking the
Flash button in this dialog box. This may help you, to physically identify
the gateway in a complex installation. Click Stop Flash button to switch
off the LED.
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 The Browse Network dialog box closes, and the current address
parameter of the gateway are taken over into the Edit Ethernet Node
dialog box:
Figure 60: Edit Ethernet Node (2)
 If you want to change the IP Address:
Enter the appropriate values in the IP address and Subnet mask
fields, then click Assign IP Configuration button.
 The IP address is transferred to the gateway and is stored in the
gateway.
 If you want to change the device name:
Enter the new name in the Device name field, then click Assign name
button.
 The device name is transferred to the gateway and is stored in the
gateway.
 Click Close button to leave the Edit Ethernet Node dialog box.
Important!
Please note, that you also have to change the parameters in the
PROFINET IO configuration accordingly, and that you have to load the
adjusted configuration to the S7-300 PLC.
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8.1
8.1.1
Acyclical Communication
Address Mapping
For acyclic communication, the read/write record services of the
PROFINET IO controller are in the EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
converted to SmartWire-DT read/write services and forwarded to the
SmartWire-DT slaves. An address mapping enables the PROFINET IO
Controller to access the SmartWire-DT slaves via the gateway.
The following figure depicts the mapping of the PROFINET IO slot, subslot
and index to SmartWire-DT slave and index.
Figure 61: Acyclic Data Address Mapping
The gateway is addressed by the PROFINET IO name of station. This
makes is possible to address devices in the PROFINET IO network.
The numbering of the slots corresponds to the sequence of the SmartWireDT slaves, i. e. Slot 1 is assigned to the first slave etc.
The Subslot in PROFINET IO and in SmartWire-DT is always 1.
The Index is passed on unaltered from SmartWire-DT to PROFINET IO.
The meaning of the indexes depends on the individual SmartWire-DT
slaves.
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Error Detection and Error Codes
The following figure shows at which points error detection is possible in
acyclic communication.
Figure 62: Acyclic Data Error Detection
Errors detected in the gateway (PROFINET IO device) are reported as
normal PROFINET IO errors to the controller.
All errors, except addressing errors, which are detected on SmartWire-DT
(master or slave) are reported with error code 0xDE80A000 (read) or
0xDF80A100 (write) to the PROFINET IO controller.
Error detection by the gateway for read/write records:
An error code, e. g. 0xDE80B000, consists of an ErrorCode (DE =
IODReadRes), ErrorDecode (80 = PNIORW), ErrorCode1 (B0 = invalid
index) and ErrorCode2 (00 = not defined).
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Error codes for read requests
All error messages supported by the gateway concerning read requests
start with:
ErrorCode DE = IODReadRes = negative response to a read request,
followed by:
ErrorDecode 80 = PNIORW = user error.
A description of ErrorCode1, which conveys the actual message, is
provided in the following table. ErrorCode2 is not defined.
Error
message for
read request
ErrorCode1
Meaning
0xDE80A0xx
A0
Application error in SmartWire-DT
0xDE80B0xx
B0
Access invalid index
0xDE80B2xx
B2
Access invalid slot/subslot
0xDE80B3xx
B3
Access type conflict
0xDE80B4xx
B4
Access invalid area / API
0xDE80B5xx
B5
Access state conflict
0xDE80B6xx
B6
Access denied
0xDE80B7xx
B7
Access invalid range of a parameter/value
0xDE80B8xx
B8
Access invalid parameter
0xDE80B9xx
B9
Access invalid type
0xDE80BAxx
BA
Access backup
0xDE80BBxx
BB
Access user specific 7
0xDE80BCxx
BC
Access user specific 8
0xDE80BDxx
BD
Access user specific 9
0xDE80BExx
BE
Access user specific 10
0xDE80BFxx
BF
Access user specific 11
0xDE80C0xx
C0
Resource constrain conflict
0xDE80C2xx
C2
Resource busy
0xDE80C3xx
C3
Resource unavailable
0xDE80C4xx
C4
Resource not specified 1
0xDE80C5xx
C5
Resource not specified 2
0xDE80C6xx
C6
Resource not specified 3
0xDE80C7xx
C7
Resource not specified 4
0xDE80C8xx
C8
Resource user specific 12
0xDE80C9xx
C9
Resource user specific 13
0xDE80CAxx
CA
Resource user specific 14
0xDE80CBxx
CB
Resource user specific 15
0xDE80CCxx
CC
Resource user specific 16
0xDE80CDxx
CD
Resource user specific 17
0xDE80CExx
CE
Resource user specific 18
0xDE80CFxx
CF
Resource user specific 19
Table 18: Acyclic Data Error Codes For Read Requests
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Error codes for write requests
All error messages supported by the gateway concerning read requests
start with:
ErrorCode DF = IODWriteRes = negative response to a write request,
followed by:
ErrorDecode 80 = PNIORW = user error.
A description of ErrorCode1, which conveys the actual message, is
provided in the following table. ErrorCode2 is not defined.
Error
message for
write request
ErrorCode1
Meaning
0xDF80A1xx
A1
Application error in SmartWire-DT
0xDF80B0xx
B0
Access invalid index
0xDF80B2xx
B2
Access invalid slot/subslot
0xDF80B3xx
B3
Access type conflict
0xDF80B4xx
B4
Access invalid area / API
0xDF80B5xx
B5
Access state conflict
0xDF80B6xx
B6
Access denied
0xDF80B7xx
B7
Access invalid range of a parameter/value
0xDF80B8xx
B8
Access invalid parameter
0xDF80B9xx
B9
Access invalid type
0xDF80BAxx
BA
Access backup
0xDF80BBxx
BB
Access user specific 7
0xDF80BCxx
BC
Access user specific 8
0xDF80BDxx
BD
Access user specific 9
0xDF80BExx
BE
Access user specific 10
0xDF80BFxx
BF
Access user specific 11
0xDF80C1xx
C1
Resource constrain conflict
0xDF80C2xx
C2
Resource busy
0xDF80C3xx
C3
Resource unavailable
0xDF80C4xx
C4
Resource not specified 1
0xDF80C5xx
C5
Resource not specified 2
0xDF80C6xx
C6
Resource not specified 3
0xDF80C7xx
C7
Resource not specified 4
0xDF80C8xx
C8
Resource user specific 12
0xDF80C9xx
C9
Resource user specific 13
0xDF80CAxx
CA
Resource user specific 14
0xDF80CBxx
CB
Resource user specific 15
0xDF80CCxx
CC
Resource user specific 16
0xDF80CDxx
CD
Resource user specific 17
0xDF80CExx
CE
Resource user specific 18
0xDF80CFxx
CF
Resource user specific 19
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Alarms and Diagnosis Controlled by the Gateway
Figure 63: Diagnosis/Alarms
Alarms can be process alarms (PA) or diagnosis alarms (DA).
Process alarms are not issued by the gateway.
Diagnosis alarms can be:
 Return of submodule alarm
 Pull alarm
 Plug alarm
 Diagnosis
Return of submodule alarm
Alarm issued for every plugged SmartWire-DT slave when SmartWire-DT
returns from fail safe back to run normal state.
Pull alarm
Removal (pulling) or failure of a slave in the SmartWire-DT network leads to
a pull alarm in PROFINET IO.
Plug alarm
Adding (plugging) or reinstalling a slave in the SmartWire-DT network leads
to a plug alarm only if the concerned slave device is included in the target
configuration.
Adding a slave which is not included in the target configuration will not
cause an alarm.
Note: After having added a new slave device to the SmartWire-DT
network, you need to disconnect the PROFINET IO from the gateway and
read-in the new target configuration of the SmartWire-DT network (see
Reading the SmartWire-DT Configuration section on page 43).
Please note, that you also need to add the new slave to the PROFINET IO
configuration.
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Diagnosis
Diagnosis data issued by a SmartWire-DT slave is forwarded to the
PROFINET IO controller by the gateway using the following parameters:
Parameter
Value
Slot
Slot 0 = gateway reports
SubSlot
is always 1
Channel Number
0x8000 (= Submodule)
Slot 1…99 = individual SmartWire-DT slaves
Channel Property
is always 0
ChannelErrorType
see subsequent table
Table 20: Diagnosis Parameters
ChannelErrorType:
PROFINET IO
ChannelErrorType
SmartWire-DT
Diagnosis code
Meaning
Slot
0 (gateway)
0x0107
-
SmartWire-DT is in state fail safe
0x0002
0x02
Supply voltage too low
0x0004
0x13
Short-circuit/overload at supply voltage
0x0005
0x01
Temperature too high
0x0007
0x17
Out-of-range high reading on at least one
temperature input
0x0008
0x18
Out-of-range low reading on at least one
temperature input
0x0013
0x03
No communication with host system
0x0100
0x14
Internal error
0x0101
0x10
0x0102
0x11
At device M22: contact short-circuit
0x0103
0x12
At device M22: contact resistance too high
At device M22: contact in undefined position /
contact in the middle position for longer than
four seconds
0x0105
0x16
S0 power meters invalid
0x0106
0x15
No unambiguous position of the 1-0-A switch
(auto/manual switch) for more than four
seconds
1…99
(individual SWDsalves)
Table 21: Diagnosis ChannelErrorType
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Updating Firmware
The EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway is shipped with its most recent
firmware already loaded. Since version 1.4.x.x, the version of the loaded
firmware is stated on the device type label.
The integrated web server of the gateway provides a function to update the
firmware of the gateway by HTTP via its Ethernet interface. All you need is
a PC with an ordinary web browser, connected to the gateway via the
Ethernet network.
Important: Versions of firmware and device description files functionally
belong together. This means that after having updated the firmware, you
may also need to replace the old version of the GSDML file with a new
one.
9.1
Prerequisites
 The gateway is connected to a power supply.
 The gateway is connected to an IP network via its Ethernet interface.
 PC with web browser connected to the IP network.
 The IP address of the gateway is compatible to the Ethernet subnet of
the PC.
 You know the IP address of the gateway and user name and password
needed for accessing the firmware update and reset functions of the
web server.
Default authentication parameters are:
User Name: admin
Password: admin
Note: The current version of the firmware does not provide options to
customize the user authentication of the web server by creating own
groups, users or passwords.
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IP address of gateway
On shipment, the default IP address of the gateway is 0.0.0.0.
In principle, the gateway receives its IP address temporarily from the
PROFINET IO controller via DCP protocol, and on each restart anew.
A statically stored IP address can also be assigned to the gateway by the
DCP protocol. The DCP protocol is standardized and usually supported by
PROFINET IO engineering tools.
Apart from address assignment by the PROFINET IO controller, you can
assign the IP address of the gateway via DCP by using one of the following
tools:
 Hilscher Ethernet Device Configuration Tool.
An installer for this program is stored on the product DVD in the directory
Software\EnDeviceCfg. (It can also be installed by using the autostart menu of the Product DVD.)
For information about how to use this tool, please refer to the operating
instruction manual Ethernet Device Configuration, which is stored on the
product
DVD
in
the
Documentation\english\1.Software\Ethernet
Device
Setup Utility directory.
Note: The IP address assigned by the Ethernet Device Configuration Tool
is stored volatile in the gateway, and is thus lost after power-off at the
device.
 STEP 7.
For further information, please refer to section Using STEP 7 to Assign
Device Name or IP Address on the Gateway on page 83.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Updating Firmware
 Start your web browser.
 In the address bar of your browser, enter URL:
http://<IP address>/fwupdate
 The user authentication dialog opens.
 Enter user name admin and password admin.
Note: The current version of the firmware does not provide options to
customize the user authentication by creating own groups, users or
passwords.
 The following web page opens:
Figure 64: Firmware Update by HTTP (as depicted in Internet Explorer)
The Firmware Identification section displays the following information:
 Channel number (port number)
 Name of loaded firmware
 Firmware version
 Date of firmware
The Firmware Update section features the following control elements:
Control element
Function
Selection field
Shows selected file and its location.
Browse…
Opens the file selection dialog.
Transfer
Uploads selected firmware file to device.
Cancel
Cancels firmware update and clears selection field.
Table 22: Controls in Firmware Update Page
 Click Browse… button, to open a dialog box for selecting the firmware
file.
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 Select the firmware file and close the dialog box.
Note: The filename extension of firmware files is .nxf
 Path and name of the selected file are displayed in the field next to the
Browse… button.
 Click Transfer button to load the new firmware file to the gateway.
Hazard of device damage by power failure during file transfer!
Do not interrupt the power supply during transfer of the firmware file.
A power failure while switching from the old to the already stored new
firmware can cause severe malfunction of the device.
 After you have started the upload by clicking the Transfer button, the
validity of the firmware file is being checked by the system. If the file
fails the validity check, the file will not be stored in the gateway and an
error message will be displayed on the web page. If the file passes, a
Transfer succeeded message will be displayed.
Note: After successful transfer, you need to reset the gateway in order to
start up the new firmware.
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Resetting Gateway
 In the address bar of your browser, enter URL:
http://<IP address>/reset
 If the user authentication dialog opens, enter user name admin and
password admin.
 The following web page opens:
Figure 65: Reset by HTTP (as depicted in Internet Explorer)
Important!
Please note the following consequences of a reset:
 The firmware is being restarted and connections will be interrupted or
timed out.
 I/O bus communication is being stopped.
 The IP connection gets lost, if the gateway is not connected to a
PROFINET IO controller and the IP address has not been permanently
stored in the gateway.
 Activate the checkbox in front of Please confirm… to acknowledge that
you want to reset the device.
 Then click Submit button to start the reset.
You can use the Cancel button to uncheck the checkbox in front of Please
confirm...
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10.1 Technical Data EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Category
Parameter
Value
General
Part number
9233.920
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
35 x 90 x 127 mm
Weight
160 g
Mounting
Top hat rail 35 mm (IEC/EN 60715)
Ambient mechanical
conditions
Ambient climatic
conditions
Electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC)
Supply voltage UAUX
Mounting position
Vertical
Standards
IEC/EN 61131-2
Communication controller
netX 50 processor
Diagnostic interface
Mini-USB
Integrated memory
8 MB SDRAM
4 MB serial Flash EPROM
Protection type
(IEC/EN 60529, EN50178, VBG 4)
IP20
Vibrations
(IEC/EN 61131-2:2008)
Constant amplitude 3.5 mm: 5 – 9 Hz
Constant acceleration 1 g: 9 – 150 Hz
Mechanical shock resistance
(IEC/EN 60068-2-27)
Semi-sinusoidal 15 g/11 ms: 9 Shocks
Drop to
(IEC/EN 60068-2-31)
Drop height: 50 mm
Free fall, packaged
(IEC/EN 60068-2-32)
Drop height: 1 m
Operating ambient temperature
(IEC 60068-2)
-25…+55 °C
Condensation
Prevent by suitable measures
Storage
-40…+70 °C
Relative humidity, non-condensing
(IEC/EN 60068-2-30)
5…95 %
Pollution degree
2
Electrostatic discharge
(IEC/EN 61131-2:2008)
Air discharge (Level 3): 8 kV
Contact discharge (Level 2): 4 kV
Electromagnetic fields
(IEC/EN 61131-2:2008)
80 – 1000 MHz: 10 V/m
1.4 – 2 GHz: 3 V/m
2 – 2.7 GHz: 1 V/m
Radio interference suppression
(SmartWire-DT)
EN 55011 Class A
Burst
(IEC/EN 61131-2:2008, Level 3)
Supply cables: 2 kV
PROFINET bus cable: 1 kV
SmartWire-DT cables: 1 kV
Surge
(IEC/EN 61131-2:2008, Level 1)
Supply cables: 0,5 kV
PROFINET bus cable: 1 kV
Radiated RFI
(IEC/EN 61131-2:2008, Level 3)
0.15 – 80 MHz, 10 V, 80% AM / 1 KHz
Rated operational voltage
24 V DC
-15 % +20 %
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SmartWire-DT supply
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Parameter
Value
Input voltage residual ripple
≤5%
Protection against polarity reversal
Yes
max. current Imax
3A
Note: If contactors with a total power consumption
> 3 A are connected, a power feeder module
EU5C-SWD-PF1/2 has to be used.
Short-circuit strength
No, external fuse FAZ Z3
Heat dissipation
Typ. 1 W
Potential isolation
No
Rated operating voltage of 24-V-DC
slaves
Typical UAUX -0,2 V
Supply voltage
24 V DC
-15 % +20 %
Input voltage residual ripple
≤5%
Protection against polarity reversal
Yes
Rated operational current I
111 mA (with two participants)
Heat dissipation at 24 V DC
2.66 W (with two participants)
Potential isolation between UPOW
and 15-V-SmartWire-DT supply
voltage
No
Bridging voltage dips
10 ms
Repeat rate
1s
Status display
Yes
Rated operational voltage Ue
15 V ± 3 %
max. current Imax
0.7 A
Note: If contactors with a total power consumption
> 0.7 A are connected, a power feeder module
EU5C-SWD-PF2 has to be used.
Short-circuit strength
Yes
Connection type
Push-in terminals
solid
0.2 – 1.5 mm2 (AWG 24 – 16)
Flexible with ferrule
0.25 – 1.5 mm
Participant type
SmartWire-DT master
SmartWire-DT Master ASIC
SWD-80P-RS485
Number of SmartWire-DT slaves
99
Baud rate
125 / 250 kBd
Address setting
Automatic
Status display
SmartWire-DT master: SWD LED, duo color
red/green
Configuration: Config LED, duo color red/green
2
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Parameter
Value
Connections
Plug, 8-pole
Plug connectors
Blade terminal SWD4-8MF2
Function
PROFINET IO Device (Slave)
Baud rate
100 MBit/s
Interface type
100 BASE-TX
Half duplex/full duplex
Supported
Auto-Negotiation
Supported
Auto-Crossover
Supported
Address setting
Automatically via PROFINET IO
Status display
PROFINET IO device: APL, SF, BF LEDs, duo
color red/green
Connector socket
2 x RJ45
Connector plug
RJ45
Potential isolation
Yes
Table 23: Technical Data EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
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10.2 PROFINET IO Device (Slave)
Parameter
Description
Maximum number of cyclic input data
800 bytes
Maximum number of cyclic output data
642 bytes
Maximum number of cyclic input/output
data in sum
1000 bytes
Supported protocols
RTC – Real Time Cyclic Protocol, Class 1 and 2 (unsynchronized)
RTA – Real Time Acyclic Protocol
DCP – Discovery and configuration Protocol
CL-RPC – Connectionless Remote Procedure Call
LLDP – Link Layer Discovery Protocol
SNMP – Simple Network Management Protocol
Used Protocols (subset)
UDP, IP, ARP, ICMP (Ping)
Topology recognition
LLDP, SNMP V1, MIB2, physical device
VLAN- and priority tagging
Yes
Context Management by CL-RPC
Supported
Minimum cycle time
1 ms for RTC1 and RTC2
Baud rate
100 MBit/s
Data transport layer
Ethernet II, IEEE 802.3
Ethernet Switching
Cut-through
Limitations
RT over UDP not supported
Multicast communication not supported
DHCP is not supported
RT Class 2 synchronized (IRT “flex”) is not supported
RT Class 3 synchronized not supported
FastStartUp is not supported
Media Redundancy (except MRP client) is not supported
Access to the submodule granular status bytes (IOCS) is not supported
The amount of configured IO-data influences the minimum cycle time
that can be reached
Supervisor-AR is not supported, Supervisor-DA-AR is supported
Only 1 Input-CR and 1 Output-CR are supported
Multiple WriteRequests are not supported
Table 24: Technical Data PROFINET IO Device
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11.1 List of Figures
Figure 1: Data Flow EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Figure 2: Front View EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Figure 3: LEDs EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Figure 4: Pinning of the Ethernet Interface (RJ45)
Figure 5:Device Type Label EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Figure 6: Mounting Principle of the Gateway
Figure 7: Hook Gateway to Upper Railing
Figure 8: Hook Gateway to Lower Railing
Figure 9: Gateway is Clamped to Top Hat Rail
Figure 10: Unhook Gateway
Figure 11: Gateway Power Supply
Figure 12: Connecting SmartWire-DT to Gateway
Figure 13: Connecting PROFINET IO to Gateway
Figure 14: Create New Project in SIMATIC Manager
Figure 15: PLC Added to the Project
Figure 16: Hardware Configuration Window
Figure 17: Install GSD Files Dialog Box
Figure 18: Select GSDML File
Figure 19: Installed GSDML File
Figure 20: Added Rail
Figure 21: Added Power Module
Figure 22: Add CPU
Figure 23: Added CPU
Figure 24: Add PROFINET IO (1)
Figure 25: Add PROFINET IO (2)
Figure 26: Added PROFINET IO Network
Figure 27: Added Gateway
Figure 28: Set Device Name of Gateway
Figure 29: Set IP Address of Gateway
Figure 30: Set Further Gateway Parameters (1)
Figure 31: Set Further Gateway Parameters (2)
Figure 32: Set Diagnostic Address of Gateway
Figure 33: Set Application Parameters of Gateway
Figure 34: Added SmartWire-DT Slave
Figure 35: Configure SmartWire-DT Slave
Figure 36: Set Properties of SmartWire-DT Slave
Figure 37: Set I/O Addresses of SmartWire-DT slaves, EU5E-SWD-2A2A Example
Figure 38: Set Application Parameters for SmartWire-DT Slave, EU5E-SWD-2A2A Example
Figure 39: Set PG/PC Interface (1)
Figure 40: Set PG/PC Interface (2)
Figure 41: Select Target PLC
Figure 42: Select Node Address (1)
Figure 43: Select Node Address (2)
Figure 44: Select Node Address (3)
Figure 45: Project Window in SIMATIC Manager
Figure 46: Create Data Block
Figure 47: Data Block Created
Figure 48: Edit Data Block
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Figure 49: Edit Organization Block
Figure 50: Select Blocks Node in SIMATIC Manager
Figure 51: Selected CPU in Project Tree
Figure 52: Create Variable Table
Figure 53: Variable Table Created
Figure 54: Edit Variable Table
Figure 55: Monitor Input Data
Figure 56: Modify Value
Figure 57: Add Placeholder
Figure 58: Edit Ethernet Node (1)
Figure 59: Browse Network
Figure 60: Edit Ethernet Node (2)
Figure 61: Acyclic Data Address Mapping
Figure 62: Acyclic Data Error Detection
Figure 63: Diagnosis/Alarms
Figure 64: Firmware Update by HTTP (as depicted in Internet Explorer)
Figure 65: Reset by HTTP (as depicted in Internet Explorer)
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11.2 List of Tables
Table 1: List of Revisions
Table 2: Reference to Hardware and Firmware
Table 3: Reference to Device Description File
Table 4: Reference to Software Tools
Table 5: Reference to Drivers
Table 6: Directory of DVD
Table 7: Documentation Overview
Table 8: Safety Symbols and Sort of Warning or Principle
Table 9: Signal Words
Table 10: Description of the LEDs (1)
Table 11: Description of the LEDs (2)
Table 12: Getting Started
Table 13: SWD LED
Table 14: APL LED
Table 15: Config LED
Table 16: Application Parameters of Gateway
Table 17: Application Parameters of Slave
Table 18: Acyclic Data Error Codes For Read Requests
Table 19: Acyclic Data Error Codes For Write Requests
Table 20: Diagnosis Parameters
Table 21: Diagnosis ChannelErrorType
Table 22: Controls in Firmware Update Page
Table 23: Technical Data EU5C-SWD-PROFINET Gateway
Table 24: Technical Data PROFINET IO Device
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11.3 Contacts
Headquarters
Germany
Hilscher Gesellschaft für
Systemautomation mbH
Rheinstrasse 15
65795 Hattersheim
Phone: +49 (0) 6190 9907-0
Fax: +49 (0) 6190 9907-50
E-Mail: [email protected]
Support
Phone: +49 (0) 6190 9907-99
E-Mail: [email protected]
Subsidiaries
China
Japan
Hilscher Systemautomation (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
200010 Shanghai
Phone: +86 (0) 21-6355-5161
E-Mail: [email protected]
Hilscher Japan KK
Tokyo, 160-0022
Phone: +81 (0) 3-5362-0521
E-Mail: [email protected]
Support
Support
Phone: +86 (0) 21-6355-5161
E-Mail: [email protected]
Phone: +81 (0) 3-5362-0521
E-Mail: [email protected]
France
Korea
Hilscher France S.a.r.l.
69500 Bron
Phone: +33 (0) 4 72 37 98 40
E-Mail: [email protected]
Hilscher Korea Inc.
Suwon, Gyeonggi, 443-734
Phone: +82 (0) 31-695-5515
E-Mail: [email protected]
Support
Phone: +33 (0) 4 72 37 98 40
E-Mail: [email protected]
India
Hilscher India Pvt. Ltd.
New Delhi - 110 065
Phone: +91 11 43055431
E-Mail: [email protected]
Switzerland
Hilscher Swiss GmbH
4500 Solothurn
Phone: +41 (0) 32 623 6633
E-Mail: [email protected]
Support
Phone: +49 (0) 6190 9907-99
E-Mail: [email protected]
Italy
USA
Hilscher Italia S.r.l.
20090 Vimodrone (MI)
Phone: +39 02 25007068
E-Mail: [email protected]
Hilscher North America, Inc.
Lisle, IL 60532
Phone: +1 630-505-5301
E-Mail: [email protected]
Support
Support
Phone: +39 02 25007068
E-Mail: [email protected]
Phone: +1 630-505-5301
E-Mail: [email protected]
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