Actuator controls AUMATIC AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP

Actuator controls AUMATIC AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Actuator controls
AUMATIC AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2
Profibus DP
Manual
Device integration Fieldbus
Table of contents
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Read operation instructions first.
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Observe safety instructions.
Purpose of the document:
This document contains information for the commissioning staff of the distributed control system and DCS software
engineers. This document is intended to support the actuator integration into the DCS via fieldbus interface.
Reference documents:
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Operation instructions (Assembly, operation, commissioning) for actuator
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Manual (Operation and setting) AUMATIC AC 01.2 Profibus DP
Reference documents can be downloaded from the Internet (www.auma.com) or ordered directly from AUMA
(refer to <Addresses>).
Table of contents
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1.
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
Safety instructions.................................................................................................................
Basic information on safety
Range of application
Warnings and notes
References and symbols
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2.
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
2.6.
2.7.
General information about Profibus DP...............................................................................
Basic characteristics
Basic functions of Profibus DP
Transfer mode
Bus access
Functionality
Protective functions
Device types
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3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.
3.6.1.
3.6.2.
3.6.3.
3.6.4.
3.7.
3.7.1.
3.7.2.
3.8.
Commissioning......................................................................................................................
Introduction
Parameter setting
Bus address (slave address)
Configuring the Profibus DP interface
Communication start-up
AUMA user parameters (AUMA specific parameters)
Process representation input arrangement (user parameters)
Settable (user definable) signals
Additional (user-definable) parameters (option)
Further adaptation options
Communication monitoring
Connection monitoring of the Profibus DP communication
Fail Safe and Global Control Clear telegrams
I & M functions
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4.1.
4.1.1.
4.1.2.
4.2.
4.2.1.
Description of the data interface .........................................................................................
Input data (process representation input) – signals
Process representation input (default process representation)
Description of the bytes in the process representation input
Output data (process representation output)
Process representation output arrangement
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4.2.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.4.1.
4.4.2.
Description of the output data
Profibus DP V1 services
Redundancy
Redundant behaviour according to AUMA redundancy
Redundant behaviour according to Profibus DP-V2 redundancy (PNO guideline 2.212)
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4.5.
4.5.1.
4.5.2.
Profibus DP-V2 functions
Profibus DP-V2 redundancy
Profibus DP-V2 time-synchronisation with time stamp
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5.1.
Description of the Profibus DP board..................................................................................
Indications (indication and diagnostic LEDs)
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6.1.
6.2.
Corrective action....................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting
Diagnostics
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7.1.
Technical data.........................................................................................................................
Profibus DP interface
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8.1.
8.2.
8.3.
8.4.
Appendix.................................................................................................................................
Proposed wiring diagram for external sensors, 2-wire technology
Proposed wiring diagram for external sensors, 3-wire technology
Proposed wiring diagram for external sensors, 4-wire technology
Parameters
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Addresses...............................................................................................................................
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Safety instructions
1.
Safety instructions
1.1.
Basic information on safety
Standards/directives
AUMA products are designed and manufactured in compliance with recognised
standards and directives. This is certified in a Declaration of Incorporation and a EC
Declaration of Conformity.
The end user or the contractor must ensure that all legal requirements, directives,
guidelines, national regulations and recommendations with respect to assembly,
electrical connection, commissioning and operation are met at the place of installation.
They include among others applicable configuration guidelines for fieldbus
applications.
Safety instructions/warnings
All personnel working with this device must be familiar with the safety and warning
instructions in this manual and observe the instructions given. Safety instructions
and warning signs on the device must be observed to avoid personal injury or property
damage.
Qualification of staff
Assembly, electrical connection, commissioning, operation, and maintenance must
be carried out exclusively by suitably qualified personnel having been authorised by
the end user or contractor of the plant only.
Prior to working on this product, the staff must have thoroughly read and understood
these instructions and, furthermore, know and observe officially recognised rules
regarding occupational health and safety.
Commissioning
Operation
Prior to commissioning, it is important to check that all settings meet the requirements
of the application. Incorrect settings might present a danger to the application, e.g.
cause damage to the valve or the installation. The manufacturer will not be held
liable for any consequential damage. Such risk lies entirely with the user.
Prerequisites for safe and smooth operation:
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Protective measures
Maintenance
1.2.
Correct transport, proper storage, mounting and installation, as well as careful
commissioning.
Only operate the device if it is in perfect condition while observing these instructions.
Immediately report any faults and damage and allow for corrective measures.
Observe recognised rules for occupational health and safety.
Observe the national regulations.
During operation, the housing warms up and surface temperatures > 60 °C may
occur. To prevent possible burns, we recommend to the check surface temperature with an appropriate thermometer prior to working with device and to wear
protective gloves, if required.
The end user or the contractor are responsible for implementing required protective
measures on site, such as enclosures, barriers, or personal protective equipment
for the staff.
Any device modification requires the consent of the manufacturer.
Range of application
AUMA actuator controls are exclusively designed for the operation of AUMA actuators.
Other applications require explicit (written) confirmation by the manufacturer. The
following applications are not permitted, e.g.:
motor control
pump control
No liability can be assumed for inappropriate or unintended use.
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Observance of these operation instructions is considered as part of the device's
designated use.
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1.3.
Safety instructions
Warnings and notes
The following warnings draw special attention to safety-relevant procedures in these
operation instructions, each marked by the appropriate signal word (DANGER,
WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE).
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation with a high level of risk. Failure
to observe this warning could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation with a medium level of risk. Failure
to observe this warning could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation with a low level of risk. Failure to
observe this warning may result in minor or moderate injury. May also be used
with property damage.
Potentially hazardous situation. Failure to observe this warning may result in
property damage. Is not used for personal injury.
Arrangement and typographic structure of the warnings
Type of hazard and respective source!
Potential consequence(s) in case of non-observance (option)
→ Measures to avoid the danger
→ Further measure(s)
Safety alert symbol
warns of a potential personal injury hazard.
The signal word (here: DANGER) indicates the level of hazard.
1.4.
References and symbols
The following references and symbols are used in these instructions:
Information
The term Information preceding the text indicates important notes and information.
Symbol for CLOSED (valve closed)
Symbol for OPEN (valve open)
Important information before the next step. This symbol indicates what is required
for the next step or what has to be prepared or observed.
Via the menu to parameter
Describes the path within the menu to the parameter. By using the push buttons of
the local controls you may quickly find the desired parameter in the display.
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Reference to other sections
Terms in brackets shown above refer to other sections of the document which provide
further information on this topic. These terms are either listed in the index, a heading
or in the table of contents and may quickly be found.
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General information about Profibus DP
2.
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General information about Profibus DP
For exchange of information among automation systems and between automation
systems and the connected distributed field devices, the use of serial fieldbus systems
for communication is state-of-the-art. Thousands of applications have proved
impressively that, in comparison with conventional technology, cost savings of up to
40 % in wiring, commissioning, and maintenance are achieved by using fieldbus
technology. While in the past the fieldbus systems used were often manufacturer
specific and incompatible with other bus systems, the systems employed today are
almost exclusively open and standardized. This means that the user does not depend
on individual suppliers and can choose within a large product range the most suitable
product at the most competitive price.
Profibus DP is the leading open fieldbus system in Europe and is also used
successfully throughout the world. The application range includes automation in the
areas of manufacturing, processing, and building. Profibus DP is an international,
open fieldbus protocol which has been standardized in the fieldbus standards IEC
61158 and IEC 61784. This standardization ensures that the investments by
manufacturers and users are protected to the best possible degree and the
independence of the manufacturer is guaranteed.
2.1.
Basic characteristics
Profibus DP defines the technical and functional features of a serial fieldbus system
allowing interconnection of distributed, digital automation devices. Profibus DP
distinguishes between master and slave devices.
Profibus DP is designed for fast data transmission on the field level. Here, central
control devices, such as a PLC or PC, communicate via a fast serial connection with
peripheral field devices such as input/output devices, valves, and actuators.
Data exchange among these field devices is based on cyclic communication. The
respectively necessary communication functions are defined by the Profibus DP
basic functions according to IEC 61158 and IEC 61784.
2.2.
Master devices
Master devices control data traffic on the bus. A master is allowed to send messages
without an external request. Within the Profibus protocol, masters are also called
‘active devices’.
Slave device
Slave devices such as AUMA Profibus DP actuators are peripheral devices. Typical
slave devices are input/output devices, valves, actuators, and measuring transducers.
They do not have bus access rights, i.e. they may only acknowledge received
messages or, at the request of a master, transmit messages to that master. Slaves
are also called ‘passive devices’.
Basic functions of Profibus DP
On a cyclic basis, the master reads the input information from the slaves and writes
the output information to the slaves. In addition to this cyclic data transfer of the
process representation, Profibus DP also provides powerful functions for diagnostics
and commissioning. Data traffic is monitored through the monitoring functions on
the master and slave side.
2.3.
Transfer mode
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2.4.
Bus access
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2.5.
Token-passing between the masters and polling between master and slave
Mono-master or multi-master systems are possible.
Master and slave devices: max. 126 devices at a bus
Functionality
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RS-485 twisted pair cable or fibre optic cable
AUMA actuators support baud rates up to 1.5 Mbits/s.
Peer-to-peer (process data exchange [DATA EX]) or Multicast (control commands to all slaves)
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2.6.
Cyclic process data exchange between DP master and DP slaves.
Additional acyclic data exchange between DP master and DP slaves for
Profibus DP with V1 services.
DP-V2 redundancy according to PNO guideline 2.212
DP-V2 time stamp according to PNO guideline 2.192 or IEC 61158 / 64784
Checking the configuration of the DP slaves
Synchronisation of inputs and/or outputs
Protective functions
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2.7.
General information about Profibus DP
All messages are transmitted with Hamming Distance HD=4.
Watchdog timer at DP slaves
Access protection for the inputs/outputs of DP slaves (Sync and Freeze)
Process data exchange monitoring with configurable timer interval at the master
Adjustable failure behaviour
Device types
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DP master class 2 (DPM2), e.g. programming/configuration tools
DP master class 1 (DPM1), e.g. central controllers such as PLC, PC
DP slave, e.g. AUMA Profibus DP devices. Devices with binary or analogue
inputs/outputs, actuators, plug valves
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3.
Commissioning
3.1.
Introduction
When commissioning a Profibus DP network, the devices on the Profibus DP must
be parameterized and configured using the programming software at the controls
(Profibus configurator).
The programming software first reads the GSD file (GeneralStationData) of the
individual actuators. The GSD file contains information about the device properties
needed by the master.
Afterwards, the user can configure and parameterize the device at the Profibus DP
for the programming software of the process control system.
This information is then stored in the controls (DP master) and sent to the actuators
(DP slaves) each time cyclic communication is started.
The process representation input and output bytes are used to control the actuator
and to supply the feedback signals. If a configuration with consistent data is selected,
certain PLCs require special functional elements for the control of the Profibus DP
slaves.
Certification
ID number
AUMA actuators with Profibus DP are certified by the Profibus user organisation
(PNO).
Each DP slave and each DP master have individual ID numbers. The ID number is
required for the DP master to identify the type of device connected without signification
protocol overhead. The master compares the ID numbers of the connected DP
devices to the ID number in the specified configuration data.The process data transfer
will only be started if the correct device types with the correct station addresses were
connected to the bus. This ensures a high security against configuration errors.
The PNO manages the ID numbers together with the device master data (GSD).
AUMA actuators with actuator controls AC 01.2 are listed under the following ID
numbers at the PNO:
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Device Master Data
(GSD)
ID number of the standard version: 0x0C4F with functions for:
Single channel Profibus DP interface (not redundant)
Redundant Profibus DP interface according to AUMA redundancy (I or II)
Optional Profibus DP V1 services
ID number of the extended version: 0x0CBD with functions for:
Redundant Profibus DP interface according to Profibus DP-V2 redundancy
Time stamp and alarms according to Profibus DP-V2
Optional Profibus DP V1 services
For Profibus DP, the performance features of the devices are documented by the
manufacturer and made available to the users as device data sheet and device
master data. Structure, contents and coding of the device master data (GSD) are
standardised. They enable comfortable configuration of any DP slaves with
configuration devices by different manufacturers.
For AUMA actuators with AC 01.2 controls, the following GSD files are available:
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Standard version: AUMA0C4F.GSD with functions for:
Single channel Profibus DP interface (not redundant)
Redundant Profibus DP interface according to AUMA redundancy
Optional Profibus DP V1 services
Optional version: AUMA0CBD.GSD with functions for:
Redundant Profibus DP interface according to Profibus DP-V2 redundancy
Time stamp and alarms according to Profibus DP-V2
Optional Profibus DP V1 services
GSD files can be downloaded from our website: www.auma.com.
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3.2.
Commissioning
Parameter setting
The parameter setting is partly defined in the Profibus standard, e.g. one bit for
switching bus monitoring on and off (watchdog).
In addition, the Profibus DP interface can receive further user parameters thus
enabling complete configuration of the process representation input. These
parameters can be modified via the programming software of the controls. New
programming software supports the parameter setting via text and a menu selection.
For older versions, the parameters must be entered as hexadecimal numbers.
Table 1: Structure of the parameter telegram
Byte Bit
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1
Lock
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DPV1 Enable
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PrmCmd
10
0
Remark
6
Unlock
5
4
Sync Freeze
0
Enable Process Alarm
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
WD_ON
2
0
1
0
0
WD_Base 0
0
0
0
PrmStruct Alarm Mode
0
0
0
0
WD factor 1
WD factor 2
MinTSDR
ID no. high
ID no. low
Group ID
DP-V1 status 1
DP-V1 status 2
DP-V1 status 3
Settings for basic functions of the Profibus:
WD_Base
WD_Base = 0 (time base 10 ms)
WD_Base = 1 (time base 1 ms)
Connection monitoring time of the Profibus DP communication:
TWD = (1 or 10 ms, depending on WD_Base) x (WD factor 1) x (WD factor 2)
MinTSDR
ID no.
Group ID
Minimum response time of the actuator (in TBit)
ID number of the actuator
Group assignment by the master
Settings for Profibus DP-V1 services (option):
DPV1 Enable
Activates the DP-V1 services available as an option; must be set to 1 when using
DP-V1 services.
Settings for Profibus DP-V2 functions (option):
Enable Process Alarm
Alarm Mode
PrmStruct
PrmCmd
Enables the process alarm (required for time synchronisation with time stamp), must
be set to 1.
Number of supported alarms, must be set to 0 (i.e. one alarm of each type is
supported).
Structured parameter setting possible, must be set to 1.
Parameter command activated, must be set to 1 for Profibus DP-V2 redundancy.
In the bytes following byte 10 of the parameter telegram the user parameters for
adaptation of the process representation input to the DCS can among others be
found (AUMA specific parameters).
The GSD file available on the website does not contain any user parameters for
adapting the process representation input to DCS requirements. The actuator will
use the default process representation with this GSD file. For further information
please refer to <Process representation input (default process representation)>.
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3.3.
Bus address (slave address)
Each participant at the bus is addressed via its specific bus address (slave address).
The bus address may be assigned only once per fieldbus network.
The bus address is stored in a non-volatile memory.
On delivery, address 126 (default value) is set for all devices.
The bus address (slave address) can be set in the following ways:
Locally via push buttons (indication in the display).
For details on setting refer to the operation instructions to the actuator or
Manual (Operation and Setting) AUMATIC AC 01.1 Profibus DP.
Using the AUMA CDT service software (via PC or laptop with Bluetooth).
The latest version of the AUMA CDT can be downloaded from our website:
www.auma.com.
Via fieldbus. Please note that only one device with the address 126 (default
value) may be connected to Profibus DP. A new bus address may be assigned
to the actuator using the SAP 55 (Service-Access-Point Set Slave Address).
For redundant version according to Profibus DP-V2 redundancy, only the address
of the primary channel can be set; the address of the backup channel is derived from
the primary.
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For redundant version according to AUMA redundancy, the addresses of both
channels can be set individually.
3.4.
Configuring the Profibus DP interface
During configuration, the number of input and output bytes reserved for each device
in the controls’ memory is selected. Additionally, the method of data processing is
defined: consistently or non-consistently.
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Only the number of bytes determined in the configuration is transferred between DP
master and DP slave.
The following configurations are possible with AUMA Profibus DP actuators:
Number of input bytes
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
8
12
12
12
12
20
20
20
10
Number of output bytes
1
4
8
1
4
8
16
1
4
8
16
8
16
4
8
12
4
8
12
16
4
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Number of input bytes
32
32
32
32
40
Number of output bytes
4
8
12
16
26
All these configurations (except 1 In, 1 Out) can be selected as consistent or
inconsistent.
The number of input bytes indicates how many of the maximum 40 bytes are sent
to the DP master by the DP slaves.
The number of output bytes states how many of the maximum of 26 bytes the DP
master sends to the DP slave.
If, for example, the configuration with 8 bytes input is selected, only the first 8 bytes
are sent from the DP slave to the DP master. In this case, the master does not have
access to bytes 9 to 40. This way, the DP master saves memory space since only
8 input bytes are reserved for the actuator.
The data of the AUMA actuators should be consistently processed by the DP master.
This ensures that the value of a 2-byte variable (position transmitter, analogue
customer input) does not change after reading out the first byte and, thus, does not
distort the value. If a master does not offer the possibility to use consistent
configurations by means of the process control system, a non-consistent configuration
can be selected.
3.5.
Communication start-up
When switching on the DP master, it first sends one parameter and one configuration
telegram to each DP slave. If parameters and configuration are correct, the DP slave
enters the ‘Data Exchange’ mode to exchange process data between controls and
slave. Then, the DP master can control the DP slave and read its current state via
the process representation.
If communication is interrupted (e.g. when switching the slave off or in the event of
Profibus cable rupture), it is automatically resumed by the DP master once the cause
of the fault is eliminated.
3.6.
AUMA user parameters (AUMA specific parameters)
The process representation input can be updated by means of the user parameters.
Default values and selection options are defined in a specific GSD file available on
request.
Two GSD files are available for AUMATIC AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2. A standard version
(AUMA04CF for ident-no. 0x0C4F) and an optional version with additional user
parameters for setting time stamp and alarms according to Profibus DP-V2
(AUMA0CBD for ident no. 0x0CBD).
3.6.1.
Process representation input arrangement (user parameters)
The process representation input data can be arranged in any order. Arrangement
is defined by means of the user parameters in the GSD file, available on request.
Users may assign a specific indication to each Profibus DP signal. The data volume
of the transmitted data depends on the type of signals selected (u8, u16, i, individual
signals).
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3.6.2.
Settable (user definable) signals
Table 2: Description of the parameter settings
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(0) = "Bit: Reserved"
(1) = "Bit: End p. CLOSED"
(2) = "Bit: End p. OPEN"
(3) = "Bit: End p. CLOSED, blink"
(4) = "Bit: End p. OPEN, blink"
(5) = "Bit: Setpoint reached"
(6) = "Bit: Running CLOSE"
(7) = "Bit: Running OPEN"
(8) = "Bit: Selector sw. LOCAL"
(9) = "Bit: Sel. sw. REMOTE"
(10) = "Bit: Sel. sw. OFF"
(11) = "Bit: Limit sw. CLOSED"
(12) = "Bit: Limit sw. OPEN"
(13) = "Bit: Torque sw. CLOSE"
(14) = "Bit: Torque sw. OPEN"
(15) = "Bit: Device ok"
(16) = "Bit: Failure"
(17) = "Bit: Function check"
(18) = "Bit: Out of spec."
(19) = "Bit: Maintenance requ."
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Description
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For limit seating: Limit switch operated in direction CLOSE
Bit: End p. CLOSED
For torque seating: Torque switch and limit switch operated
in direction CLOSE
For limit seating: Limit switch operated in direction OPEN
Bit: End p. OPEN
For torque seating: Torque switch and limit switch operated
in direction OPEN
End position CLOSED reached or intermediate position
Bit: EP CLOSED, blink
reached
(The intermediate position is only indicated if parameter
Signal interm. pos. M0167 = OPEN/CLOSED = On.)
Signal blinking: Actuator runs in direction CLOSE.
End position OPEN reached or intermediate position
Bit: EP OPEN, blink
reached.
(The intermediate position is only indicated if parameter
Signal interm. pos. M0167 = OPEN/CLOSED = On.)
Signal blinking: Actuator runs in direction OPEN.
The position setpoint is is within max. error variable (outer
Bit: Setpoint reached
dead band). Is only signalled if Profibus DP master has set
the Fieldbus SETPOINT bit (process representation output).
An operation command in direction CLOSE is performed
Bit: Running CLOSE
via fieldbus: Fieldbus CLOSE or Fieldbus SETPOINT (process representation output).This bit remains also set during
operation pauses (e.g. due to the dead time or the reversing
prevention time).
An operation command in direction OPEN is performed via
Bit: Running OPEN
fieldbus: Fieldbus OPEN or Fieldbus SETPOINT (process
representation output). This bit remains also set during operation pauses (e.g. due to the dead time or the reversing
prevention time).
Selector switch is in position LOCAL.
Bit: Sel. sw. LOCAL
Selector switch is in position REMOTE.
Bit: Sel. sw. REMOTE
Selector switch is in position OFF.
Bit: Sel. sw. OFF
Limit switch operated in end position CLOSED
Bit: Limit sw. CLOSED
Limit switch operated in end position OPEN
Bit: Limit sw. OPEN
Torque switch operated in direction CLOSE
Bit: Torque sw.CLOSE
Torque switch operated in direction OPEN
Bit: Torque sw.OPEN
Collective signal 05:
Bit: Device ok
The device is ready for remote control.
No AUMA warnings, AUMA faults or signals according to
NAMUR are present.
Collective signal 10:
Bit: Failure
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
Actuator function failure, output signals are invalid.
Collective signal 08:
Bit: Function check
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
The actuator is being worked on; output signals are temporarily invalid.
Collective signal 07:
Bit: Out of spec.
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
Actuator is operated outside the normal operation conditions.
Collective signal 09:
Bit: Maintenance requ.
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
Recommendation to perform maintenance.
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Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(20) = "Bit: Fault"
(21) = "Bit: Warnings"
(22) = "Bit: Not ready REMOTE"
(23) = "Bit: Op. pause active"
(24) = "Bit: Start step mode"
(25) = "Bit: Actuator running"
(26) = "Bit: Running LOCAL"
(27) = "Bit: Running REMOTE"
(28) = "Bit: Running via handw."
(29) = "Bit: In interm. position"
(30) = "Bit: Failure behav. active"
(31) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 1"
(32) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 2"
(33) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 3"
(34) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 4"
(35) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 5"
(36) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 6"
(37) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 7"
(38) = "Bit: Intermediate pos. 8"
(39) = "Bit: Input DIN 1"
(40) = "Bit: Input DIN 2"
(41) = "Bit: Input DIN 3"
(42) = "Bit: Input DIN 4"
(43) = "Bit: Input DIN 5"
(44) = "Bit: Input DIN 6"
(45) = "Bit: Input DIN 7"
(46) = "Bit: Input DIN 8"
(47) = "Bit: FailState fieldbus"
(48) = "Bit: I/O interface"
(49) = "Bit: EMCY behav.act."
(50) = "Bit: EMCY stop active"
(51) = "Bit: Service active"
(52) = "Bit: Interlock active"
(53) = "Bit: Sel. sw. not REMOTE"
(54) = "Bit: Handwheel active"
Commissioning
Designation
Description
(process representation)
Collective signal 03:
Bit: Fault
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR operation) of all
faults.
The actuator cannot be operated.
Collective signal 02:
Bit: Warnings
Contains the result of an OR disjunction of all warnings.
Bit: Not ready REMOTE Collective signal 04:
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of the
signals, forming the "Not ready REMOTE" group.
The actuator cannot be operated from REMOTE.
The actuator is in off-time (e.g. stepping mode or reversing
Bit: Op. pause active
prevention time).
The actuator is within the set stepping range.
Bit: Start step mode
Actuator is running (output drive is moving)
Bit: Actuator running
Hard wired collective signal consisting of signals:
●
(26) Bit: Running LOCAL
●
(27) Bit: Running REMOTE
●
(28) Bit: Handwheel oper.
Bit: Running LOCAL
Bit: Running REMOTE
Output drive rotates due to operation command from LOCAL.
Output drive rotates due to operation command from REMOTE.
Output drive rotates without electric operation command
Bit: Handwheel oper.
(manual operation).
The actuator is in an intermediate position e.g. neither in
Bit: In interm. position
end position OPEN nor in end position CLOSED.
The failure behaviour is active.
Bit: Failure behav. act.
Intermediate position 1 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 1
Intermediate position 2 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 2
Intermediate position 3 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 3
Intermediate position 4 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 4
Intermediate position 5 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 5
Intermediate position 6 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 6
Intermediate position 7 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 7
Intermediate position 8 reached
Bit: Interm. pos. 8
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 1.
Bit: Input DIN 1
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 2.
Bit: Input DIN 2
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 3.
Bit: Input DIN 3
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 4.
Bit: Input DIN 4
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 5.
Bit: Input DIN 5
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 6.
Bit: Input DIN 6
Parameter not available
Bit: Input DIN 7
Parameter not available
Bit: Input DIN 8
No valid communication via fieldbus (despite available conBit: FailState fieldbus
nection)
The actuator is controlled via the I/O interface (parallel).
Bit: I/O interface
Operation mode EMERGENCY is active (EMERGENCY
Bit: EMCY behav. act.
signal was sent).
Operation mode EMERGENCY stop is active (EMERGENCY
Bit: EMCY stop active
stop button pressed).
Operation mode Service (via Bluetooth) is active.
Bit: Service active
Actuator is interlocked.
Bit: Interlock active
Bit: Sel. sw. not REMOTE Selector switch is in position Local control (LOCAL) or 0
(OFF).
Manual operation is active (handwheel is engaged); optional
Bit: Handwheel active
signal
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AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Commissioning
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(55) = "Bit: Wrong command"
(56) = "Bit: Thermal fault"
(57) = "Bit: Phase fault"
Designation
Description
(process representation)
Received setpoint cannot be performed as the positioner is
Bit: Setpoint disabled
not available.
Motor protection tripped.
Bit: Thermal fault
●
Bit: Phase failure
When connecting to a 3-ph AC system and with internal
24 V DC supply of the electronics: Phase 2 is missing.
●
(58) = "Bit: Wrong phase sequence" Bit: Incorrect phase seq
(59) = "Bit: Mains quality"
Bit: Mains quality
(60) = "Bit: Torque fault CLOSE"
(61) = "Bit: Torque fault OPEN"
(62) = "Bit: Torque fault"
(63) = "Bit: Operat. time warning"
Bit: Torque fault CLOSE
Bit: Torque fault OPEN
Bit: Torque fault
Bit: Op. time warning
(64) = "Bit: On time warning"
Bit: On time warning
(65) = "Bit: 24 V AC, internal"
Bit: 24 V AC internal
(66) = "Bit: 24 V DC control volt."
Bit: 24 V DC control volt.
(67) = "Bit: 24 V DC, internal"
Bit: 24 V DC internal
(68) = "Bit: 24 V DC, external"
Bit: 24 V DC, external
(69) = "Bit: Internal error"
(70) = "Bit: Internal warning"
(71) = "Bit: No reaction"
Bit: Internal error
Bit: Internal warning
Bit: No reaction
(72) = "Bit: Configuration error"
(73) = "Bit: Temp. fault controls"
(74) = "Bit: Temp. fault motor"
(75) = "Bit: Temp.fault gearbox"
(76) = "Bit: Wrn heater"
(77) = "Bit: RTC not set"
(78) = "Bit: Wrn humidity"
(79) = "Bit: WrnRefActPos"
Bit: Configuration error
Bit: Temp. fault controls
Bit: Temp. fault motor
Bit: Temp. fault gear
Bit: Wrn heater
Bit: RTC not set
Bit: Wrn humidity
Bit: WrnRefActPos
(80) = "Bit: WrnSigRgeActPos"
Bit: WrnSigRgeActPos
(81) = "Bit: WrnSigLossActPos"
Bit: WrnSigLossActPos
(82) = "Bit: WrnActPosition"
Bit: WrnActPosition
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When connecting to a 3-ph or 1-ph AC system and with
external 24 V DC supply of the electronics: One of the
phases L1, L2 or L3 is missing.
The phase conductors L1, L2 and L3 are connected in the
wrong sequence.
Due to insufficient mains quality, the controls cannot detect
the phase sequence (sequence of phase conductors L1, L2
and L3) within the pre-set time frame provided for monitoring.
Torque fault in direction CLOSE
Torque fault in direction OPEN
Torque fault in directions CLOSE or OPEN
Warning: Max. permissible operating time for an operation
(OPEN-CLOSE) exceeded
Warning: Max. number of motor starts (starts) or max. running time/h exceeded
The internal 24 V AC voltage supply of the controls has exceeded the power supply limits.
The 24 V AC voltage supply is used to control the reversing
contactors, to assess the thermoswitches, to supply the internal actuator heater and, as an option, to generate the 115
V AC supply for the customer.
The 24 V DC auxiliary voltage (e.g. for supply of the control
outputs) is outside the supply voltage limits.
The internal 24 V DC supply voltage of the controls for
supply of the electronic components is outside the supply
voltage limits.
The external 24 V DC voltage supply of the controls has
exceeded the power supply limits.
Collective signal 14: Internal error
Collective signal 15: Internal warning
No actuator reaction to operation commands within the set
reaction time.
Incorrect configuration, i.e. the current setting is invalid.
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Heater failure at actuator (control unit)
Real time clock has not yet been set.
Parameter not available
Warning:
Position feedback of actuator was not yet referenced for
limit end positions.
Warning:
Current position feedback signal range is outside the permissible range.
Warning:
A signal loss has occurred for actuator position feedback.
Warning: Actual position of actuator
Collective signal consisting of:
●
(79) Bit: WrnRefActPos
●
(80) Bit: WrnSigRgeActPos
●
(81) Bit: WrnSigLossActPos
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(83) = "Bit: Wrn FO ring"
(84) = "Bit: WrnOnTiRunning"
(85) = "Bit: WrnOnTiStarts"
(86) = "Bit: Wrn vibration"
(87) = "Bit: Wrn dew point"
(88) = "Bit: WrnControlsTemp"
(89) = "Bit: Wrn motor temp."
(90) = "Bit: Wrn gearbox temp."
(91) = "Bit: Wrn input AIN 1"
(92) = "Bit: Wrn input AIN 2"
(93) = "Bit: WrnActProcVal"
(94) = "Bit: WrnProcSetpoint"
(95) = "Bit: WrnSetpointPos"
(96) = "Bit: Fieldbus failure"
(97) = "Bit: Local Stop"
(98) = "Bit: Wrong operation cmd"
(99) = "Bit: Channel 1 active"
(100) = "Bit: Channel 2 active"
(101) = "Bit: Motor running Close"
(102) = "Bit: Motor running Open"
(103) = "Bit: Time Sync active"
(104) = "Bit: Interlock Remote"
(105) = "Bit: Interlock Local"
(106) = "Bit: Interlock"
(107) = "Bit: Disabled"
(108) = "Bit: Config. Warning"
(109) = "Bit: Pb DataEx Ch1"
(110) = "Bit: Pb DataEx Ch2"
(111) = "Bit: Wrn FOC budget"
(112) = "Bit: FieldbusFailsafeAct.1"
(113) = "Bit: FieldbusFailsafeAct.2"
(114) = "Bit: Chan1 BusComm"
(115) = "Bit: Chan2 BusComm"
(116) = "Bit: PVST active"
(117) = "Bit: PVST fault"
Commissioning
Designation
Description
(process representation)
Warning:
Bit: Wrn FO cables
Optical receiving signal (channel 1) incorrect (no or insufficient Rx receive level) or RS-485 format error (incorrect
bit(s))
Warning on time max. running time/h exceeded
Bit: WrnOnTiRunning
Warning on time max. number of motor starts (starts) exBit: WrnOnTiStarts
ceeded
Parameter not available
Bit: WrnOnTiRunning
Parameter not available
Bit: WrnOnTiStarts
Warning: Temperature within controls housing too high
Bit: Wrn controls temp
Parameter not available
Bit: Wrn motor temp
Parameter not available
Bit: Wrn gearbox temp
Warning: Loss of signal analogue input 1
Bit: Wrn input AIN 1
Warning: Loss of signal analogue input 2
Bit: Wrn input AIN 2
Warning: Loss of signal actual process value
Bit: WrnActProcVal
Warning: Loss of signal process setpoint
Bit: WrnProcSetpoint
Warning: Loss of signal of actuator setpoint position
Bit: WrnSetpointPos
Fieldbus failure
Bit: Fieldbus failure
A local STOP is active.
Bit: Local STOP
Push button STOP of local controls is operated.
Wrong operation command
Bit: Wrong oper. cmd
Indicates that several operation commands were received
simultaneously via Profibus DP (e.g. Remote OPEN and
Remote CLOSE simultaneously or Remote CLOSE/Remote
OPEN and Remote SETPOINT simultaneously) or that the
max. value for a setpoint position has been exceeded (setpoint position > 1,000).
Channel 1 is the active operation command channel.
Bit: Channel 1 active
Channel 2 is the active operation command channel.
Bit: Channel 2 active
Motor runs in direction CLOSE.
Bit:Motor runs CLOSE
Motor runs in direction OPEN.
Bit:Motor runs OPEN
Bit: DP TimeSynch (Set- Time synchronisation is active.
Prm)
The Interlock function prevents an operation in operation
Bit: Interlock Remote
mode REMOTE.
The Interlock function prevents an operation in operation
Bit: Interlock Local
mode LOCAL.
The Interlock function prevents an operation in operation
Bit: Interlock
mode REMOTE or in operation mode LOCAL.
Operation mode disabled.
Bit: Disabled
Warning: Configuration setting is incorrect.
Bit: Config. warning
The device can still be operated with restrictions.
Channel 1 is in the data exchange state (DataEx).
Bit: Channel 1 DataEx
Channel 2 is in the data exchange state (DataEx).
Bit: Channel 2 DataEx
Warning: FO cable system reserve reached (critical or perBit: Wrn FOC budget
missible Rx receive level)
Bit: Chan 1 FailState field- No valid fieldbus communication via channel 1 (application
does not communicate with the DCS).
bus
Bit: Chan 2 FailState field- No valid fieldbus communication via channel 2 (application
does not communicate with the DCS).
bus
Bus communication available on channel 1.
Bit: Channel 1 activity
Bus communication available on channel 2.
Bit: Channel 2 activity
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) is active.
Bit: PVST active
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) could not be successfully
Bit: PVST error
completed.
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AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Commissioning
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Designation
Description
(process representation)
(118) = "Bit: PVST abort"
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) was aborted or could not
Bit: PVST abort
be started. Remedy: Perform RESET or restart PVST.
Release signal OPEN not active: Operation commands in
(119) = "Bit: Interlock OPEN"
Bit: Interlock OPEN
direction OPEN are disabled.
(120) = "Bit: Interlock CLOSE"
Release signal CLOSE not active: Operation commands in
Bit: Interlock CLOSE
direction CLOSE are disabled.
(121) = "Bit: Bypass Interlock"
Bypass of interlock function is active.
Bit: Interlock by-pass
(122) = "Bit: Fault no reaction"
No reaction detected at actuator output drive.
Bit: No reaction (fault)
(123) = "Bit: Config error remote"
Bit: Config. error REMOTE Config. error of REMOTE interface active.
(124) = "Bit: Torque wrn OPEN"
Bit: Torque warn. OPEN Warning: Limit value for torque warning in direction OPEN
exceeded.
(125) = "Bit: Torque wrn CLOSE"
Bit: Torque warn. CLOSE Warning: Limit value for torque warning in direction CLOSE
exceeded.
Warning: Voltage of RTC button cell too low.
(126) = "Bit: RTC button cell"
Bit: RTC button cell
(127) = "Bit: Wrn FOC connection" Bit: Wrn FOC connection Warning: FO cable connection is not available.
(128) = "u16: Actual position"
Actual actuator position (0 – 1,000 per mil)
u16: Actual position
Analogue input 1
(129) = "u16: Input AIN 1"
u16: Input AIN 1
(130) = "u16: Input AIN 2"
Analogue input 2
u16: Input AIN 2
Torque in direction CLOSE, unit in %
(131) = "u16: Torque CLOSE %"
u16: Torque CLOSE %
(132) = "u16: Torque OPEN %"
Torque in direction OPEN, unit in %
u16: Torque OPEN %
(133) = "u16: Torque CLOSE Nm"
u16: Torque CLOSE Nm Torque in direction CLOSE, unit in Nm
(134) = "u16: Torque OPEN Nm"
Torque in direction OPEN, unit in Nm
u16: Torque OPEN Nm
(135) = "u16: torque CLOSE ft-lb"
u16: torque CLOSE ft-lb Torque in direction CLOSE, unit in ft-lb
(136) = "u16: Torque OPEN ft-lb"
Torque in direction OPEN, unit in ft-lb
u16: Torque OPEN ft-lb
Actual torque value
(137) = "u16: Torque"
u16: Torque
(139) = "u16: Actual Position 0-100%" Actual position 0-100 %
Actual actuator position (0 – 100 percent)
(160) = "i16: Actual position"
(161) = "i16: Input AIN 1"
(162) = "i16: Input AIN 2"
(163) = "i16: Torque CLOSE %"
(164) = "i16: Torque OPEN %"
(192) = "float: Actual position"
(193) = "float: Input AIN 1"
(194) = "float: Input AIN 2"
(195) = "float: T CLOSE %"
(196) = "float: T OPEN %"
(197) = "float: T CLOSE Nm"
(198) = "float: T OPEN Nm"
(199) = "float: T CLOSE lbs/ft."
(200) = "float: T OPEN lbs/ft."
(201) = "Cylinder printing max."
(202) = "Hydraulics fault"
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
(203) = "Hydraulics warning"
(204) = "Safe ESD"
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Bit: Cylinder pressure max. Parameter not available
Parameter not available
Bit: Hydraulic pressure
fault
Parameter not available
Bit: Wrn hydraulics
Safe ESD function (Emergency Shut Down) is active.
Bit: Safe ESD 1)
(205) = "Safe Stop"
Bit: Safe STOP 1)
(206) = "SIL fault"
Bit: SIL fault 1)
Safe STOP function is active.
A SIL fault has occurred (collective signal).
1)
(207) = "SIL function active"
Bit: SIL function active
(208) = "PVST required"
(209) = "Mechanic lifetime"
(PVST) Partial Valve Stroke Test should be executed
Bit: PVST required
Bit: Maintenance mechan- Mechanic maintenance requirement
ics
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A SIL function is active.
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(210) = "Seal lifetime"
(211) = "Seal lifetime"
(212) = "Contactor lifetime"
(213) = "Maintenance interval"
(214) = "Maintenance required"
1)
Commissioning
Designation
(process representation)
Bit: Maintenance seals
Bit: Maintenance lubricant
Bit: Maintenance contactors
Bit: Maintenance interval
Bit: Maintenance required
Description
Seal maintenance requirement
Lubricant maintenance requirement
Contactor maintenance requirement
The set maintenance interval has expired.
Maintenance required
The safety function indications via fieldbus are for information only and must not be used as part of a safety function. The I/O signals of
the SIL module must be used for this purpose.
3.6.3.
Additional (user-definable) parameters (option)
Parameter description of additional user parameters for setting the time stamp and
alarms according to Profibus DP-V2, available with the optional version
AUMA0CBD.gsd.
Table 3: Description of additional settings
Prm-Text GSD Datei
ExtUserPrmData =
1 "Setpoint valid bit"
2 "Timestamp (TS)"
3 "TS -> End Position Close"
Setting
Description
–
Text(0) = "disable"
Text(1) = "enable"
Text(0) = "disable"
No function
DP-V2 time stamp deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp activated.
DP-V2 time stamp of End position CLOSED signal deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp of End position CLOSED signal activated.
DP-V2 time stamp of End position OPEN signal deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp of End position OPEN signal activated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Torque sw. CLOSED signal deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Torque sw. CLOSED signal activated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Torque sw. OPEN signal deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Torque sw. OPEN signal activated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Selector sw. REMOTE signal deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Selector sw. REMOTE signal activated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Fault signal deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Fault signal activated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Phase fault signal deactivated.
DP-V2 time stamp of Phase fault signal activated.
Without function (reserved)
Without function (reserved)
Text(1) = "enable"
Text(0) = "disable"
Text(1) = "enable"
5 "TS -> Torque Limit Switch Close" Text(0) = "disable"
4 "TS -> End Position Open"
Text(1) = "enable"
6 "TS -> Torque Limit Switch Open" Text(0) = "disable"
Text(1) = "enable"
7 "TS -> Ready and Remote"
Text(0) = "disable"
8 "TS -> Fault"
9 "TS -> Power Supply Fault"
10 "TS -> reserved"
11 "reserved Byte"
3.6.4.
Text(1) = "enable"
Text(0) = "disable"
Text(1) = "enable"
Text(0) = "disable"
Text(1) = "enable"
–
–
Further adaptation options
From firmware 04.05.xx, the actuator controls provide the option to adapt to the
existing DCS configurations of the actuator type range AC 01.1/ACExC 01.1. Actuator
controls of type range AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 can be adapted as to support the default
arrangement of the Profibus DP-V0 process representation input of
AC 01.1/ACExC 01.1 without changing the Profibus configuration of the DCS.
Setting is performed using the following parameter: Device
configuration>Profibus>Connection type = AUMATIC .1
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Information
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Only the Profibus DP-V0 standard arrangement of the process representation
input of AC 01.1/ACExC 01.1 is supported, deviating arrangements of the
Profibus DP-V0 process data input require use/installation of AUMA04CF.gsd
or AUMA0CBD.gsd file in the DCS.
With connection type = AUMATIC.1 the AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 does not provide
any diagnostic NAMUR NE 107 information within the cyclic process data representation.
EDD or DTM of the AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 must imperatively be used for acyclic
communication via Profibus DP-V1 with AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2!
Factory setting: Connection type = AUMATIC.2
3.7.
Communication monitoring
3.7.1.
Connection monitoring of the Profibus DP communication
The connection monitoring within the master has to be activated to monitor both
master and cable connection between master and actuator (parameter telegram
byte 1, bit 3, WD_ON = 1).
Only if the connection monitoring is active can the actuator react in the even of loss
of communication once the monitoring time also set in the master has elapsed.
The reaction of the actuator also depends on the settings for failure behaviour or
EMERGENCY BEHAVIOUR.
3.7.2.
Fail Safe and Global Control Clear telegrams
Another possibility to set the slave to a safe state in the event of a fault are the fail
safe telegrams (telegrams with data length = 0). If fails safe telegrams are received,
the actuator remains in the DataExchange state; depending on the respective setting,
the actuator may initiate the failure behaviour or the EMERGENCY behaviour. The
actuator quits the Fail Safe state as soon as valid telegrams with the data length ≠
0 are received.
Furthermore, the Global Control Clear (GC Clear) master telegrams can also be
used to initiate the failure behaviour or the EMERGENCY behaviour. This state can
be disabled using a Global Control Operate telegram (GC Operate).
For activated EMERGENCY behaviour:
The actuator can start its operation due to an EMERGENCY signal or a loss
of communication.
Risk of personal injuries or damage to the valve.
→ For commissioning and maintenance work: Set selector switch to position 0
(OFF). The motor operation can only be interrupted in this selector switch position.
→ If the actuator starts its operation by accident: Set selector switch to position 0
(OFF).
3.8.
I & M functions
The actuator controls support the I & M functions according to PNO guideline 3.502.
With the term Identification & Maintenance (I & M) functions, the Profibus user
organisation e.V. (PNO) introduced a new functionality for all Profibus devices with
acyclic communication channel that may prove very useful for plant operators. The
I & M functions define how certain device-describing data (according to name plate)
is to be uniformly stored in the Profibus devices. Engineering tools may then read
and inteprete the data according to a code which can be accessed on the PNO
server.This provides uniform and powerful access to all important and current device
data, one of the major requirements for asset management.
Part of the device-specific I & M information is the unambiguous asset identification
using a manufacturer ID (MANUFACTURER_ID, for AUMA actuators = 319), the
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Commissioning
order number (ORDER_ID) of the actuator as well as the individual serial number
(SERIAL_NUMBER). Further data supplements the asset information.
Content
Header
Manufacturer specific
I & M Block
MANUFACTURER_ID
ORDER_ID
SERIAL_NUMBER
HARDWARE_REVISION
SOFTWARE_REVISION
REVISION_COUNTER
PROFILE_ID
PROFILE_SPECIFIC_TYPE
IM_VERSION
IM_SUPPORTED
Size
10 Octets
2 Octets
20 Octets
16 Octets
2 Octets
4 Octets
2 Octets
2 Octets
2 Octets
2 Octets
2 Octets
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Description of the data interface
4.
Description of the data interface
4.1.
Input data (process representation input) – signals
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
The process representation input allows the master (controls) to read the state of
the slave (actuator).
4.1.1.
Process representation input (default process representation)
Grey bits are collective signals. They contain the results of a disjunction (OR
operation) of other information.
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Description of the data interface
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Description of the data interface
4.1.2.
Description of the bytes in the process representation input
Byte 1: Logical signals
Bits 3, 6, and 7 are collective signals.
Bits 5 and 4 of the logical signals (byte1) indicate a logical operation of the actuator,
i.e. they are set when the actuator has received the command to perform an electrical
operation (also active when e.g. the actuator is in a stepping pause during stepping
mode or waiting for the end of the dead time).
Table 4: Byte 1: Logical signals
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(2) = "Bit: End p. OPEN"
Bit: End p. OPEN
Value Description
1
1
Bit: End p. CLOSED
0
(1) = "Bit End p. CLOSED" 1
2
Bit: Setpoint reached
0
(5) = "Bit: Setpoint reached" 1
3
Bit: Not ready REMOTE
(22) = "Bit: Not ready REMOTE"
0
1
0
4
Bit: Running OPEN
(7) = "Bit: Running OPEN"
5
Bit: Running CLOSE
0
(6) = "Bit: Running CLOSE" 1
1
0
6
Bit: Warnings
(21) = "Bit: Warnings"
1
0
7
Bit: Fault
(20) = "Bit: Fault"
1
0
22
For limit seating: Limit switch operated in direction OPEN
For torque seating: Torque switch and limit switch operated in direction OPEN
No signal
For limit seating: Limit switch operated in direction
CLOSE
For torque seating: Torque switch and limit switch operated in direction CLOSE
No signal
The setpoint is within max. error variable (outer dead
band). Is only signalled if Profibus DP master has set
the Fieldbus SETPOINT bit (process representation
output).
No signal
Collective signal 04:
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits comprised in bytes 13 and 14 (Not ready REMOTE
1 and Not ready REMOTE 2).
The actuator cannot be operated from REMOTE.
The actuator can only be operated via the local controls.
In bytes 13 and 14, no signals are active (all bits are set
to 0).
An operation command in direction OPEN is performed
via fieldbus: Fieldbus OPEN or Fieldbus SETPOINT
(process representation output). This bit remains also
set during operation pauses (e.g. due to the dead time
or the reversing prevention time).
Operation in direction OPEN via fieldbus is not executed.
An operation command in direction CLOSE is performed
via fieldbus: Fieldbus CLOSE or Fieldbus SETPOINT
(process representation output). This bit remains also
set during operation pauses (e.g. due to the dead time
or the reversing prevention time).
Operation in direction CLOSE via fieldbus is not executed.
Collective signal 02:
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of bytes 17 to 20 (Warning 1 to Warning 4).
In bytes 17 and 20, no warnings are active (all bits are
set to 0).
Collective signal 03:
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of bytes 15 and 16 (Fault 1 and Fault 2).
The actuator cannot be operated.
In bytes 15 and 16, no faults are active (all bits are set
to 0).
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Description of the data interface
Byte 2: Actuator signals
Table 5: Byte 2: Actuator signals
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(56) = "Bit: Thermal fault"
Bit: Thermal fault
1
Bit: Phase failure
(57) = "Bit: Phase fault"
Value Description
1
0
1
Motor protection tripped
No signal
●
●
2
Bit: Sel. sw. REMOTE
3
Bit: Sel. sw. LOCAL
4
Bit: Limit sw. OPEN
5
Bit: Limit sw. CLOSED
6
Bit: Torque sw.OPEN
7
Bit: Torque sw.CLOSE
0
1
0
(8) = "Bit: Selector sw.
1
LOCAL"
0
(12) = "Bit: Limit sw. OPEN" 1
0
(11) = "Bit: Limit sw.
1
CLOSED"
0
(14) = "Bit: Torque sw.
1
OPEN"
0
(13) = "Bit: Torque sw.
1
CLOSE"
0
(9) = "Bit: Sel. sw. REMOTE"
When connecting to a 3-ph AC system and with internal 24 V DC supply of the electronics: Phase 2 is
missing.
When connecting to a 3-ph or 1-ph AC system and
with external 24 V DC supply of the electronics: One
of the phases L1, L2 or L3 is missing.
All phases are available.
Selector switch is in position REMOTE.
Selector switch is not in position REMOTE.
Selector switch is in position LOCAL.
Selector switch is not in position LOCAL.
Limit switch operated in end position OPEN
No signal
Limit switch operated in end position CLOSED
No signal
Torque switch operated in direction OPEN.
No signal
Torque switch operated in direction CLOSE.
No signal
Bytes 3 and 4: Actual position
Byte 3 = high byte, byte 4 = low byte.
If a position transmitter (potentiometer, RWG, EWG, or MWG) is installed in the
actuator, bytes 3 and 4 are used to transmit the current actuator position. The value
is transmitted in per mil (value: 0 – 1,000).
Byte 5: Device status
Table 6: Byte 5: Device status
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Value Description
(process representation)
0
Collective signal 04:
Bit: Not ready REMOTE (22) = "Bit: Not ready RE- 1
MOTE"
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits comprised in bytes 13 and 14 (Not ready REMOTE
1 and Not ready REMOTE 2).
The actuator cannot be operated from REMOTE.
The actuator can only be operated via the local controls.
0
In bytes 13 and 14, no signals are active (all bits are set
to 0).
1
(21) = "Bit: Warnings"
1
Collective signal 02:
Bit: Warnings
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of bytes 17 to 20 (Warning 1 to Warning 4).
0
In bytes 17 and 20, no warnings are active (all bits are
set to 0).
2
(20) = "Bit: Fault"
1
Collective signal 03:
Bit: Fault
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of bytes 15 and 16 (Fault 1 and Fault 2).
The actuator cannot be operated.
0
In bytes 15 and 16, no faults are active (all bits are set to
0).
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Description of the data interface
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
3
(19) = "Bit: Maintenance
Bit: Maintenance requ.
requ."
Value Description
1
0
4
Bit: Out of spec.
(18) = "Bit: Out of spec."
1
0
5
Bit: Function check
(17) = "Bit: Function check" 1
0
6
Bit: Failure
(16) = "Bit: Failure"
1
0
7
Bit: Device ok
(15) = "Bit: Device ok"
1
0
Collective signal 09:
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
Recommendation to perform maintenance.
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of byte 24 (Maintenance required).
In all bits of byte 24, no signals are active (all bits are set
to 0).
Collective signal 07:
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
Actuator is operated outside the normal operation conditions.
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of bytes 25 to 28 (Out of specification 1 to 4).
In bytes 25 and 28, no signals are active (all bits are set
to 0).
Collective signal 08:
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
The actuator is being worked on; output signals are temporarily invalid.
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of bytes 29 and 30 (Function check 1 and 2).
In bytes 29 and 30, no signals are active (all bits are set
to 0).
Collective signal 10:
Indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107
Actuator function failure, output signals are invalid.
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of byte 23 (Failure).
In all bits of byte 23, no signals are active (all bits are set
to 0).
Sammelmeldung 05:
The device is ready for remote control.
No AUMA warnings, AUMA faults or signals according to
NAMUR are present.
Bit 7 is set if bits 0 to 6 are deleted.
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of bits
0 to 6 (device status).
Byte 6: Operation status
This byte stores information about actuator movement.
Table 7: Byte 6: Operation status
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Value Description
(process representation)
0
(23) = "Bit: Op. pause act- 1
The actuator is in off-time (e.g. reversing prevention time)
Bit: Op. pause active
ive"
0
No signal
1
(29) = "Bit: In interm. posi- 1
The actuator is in an intermediate position e.g. neither in
Bit: In interm. position
tion"
end position OPEN nor in end position CLOSED.
0
No signal
2
(24) = "Bit: Start step
1
The actuator is within the set stepping range.
Bit: Start step mode
mode"
0
The actuator is outside the set stepping range.
3
—
—
No signal (reserved)
4
(25) = "Bit: Actuator run- 1
Actuator is running (output drive is moving)
Bit: Actuator running
ning"
Hard wired collective signal consisting of signals:
●
(26) Bit: Running LOCAL
0
24
●
(27) Bit: Running REMOTE
●
(28) Bit: Handwheel oper.
No signal
Actuator controls
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Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
5
(28) = "Bit: Running via
Bit: Handwheel oper.
handw."
6
Bit: Running REMOTE
7
Bit: Running LOCAL
(27) = "Bit: Running REMOTE"
Description of the data interface
Value Description
1
0
1
0
(26) = "Bit: Running LOC- 1
AL"
0
Output drive rotates without electric operation command.
No signal
Output drive rotates due to operation command from
REMOTE.
No signal
Output drive rotates due to operation command from
LOCAL.
No signal
Byte 7: Intermediate positions
Table 8: Byte 7: Intermediate positions
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(31) = "Bit: Intermediate
Bit: Interm. pos. 1
pos. 1"
1
Bit: Interm. pos. 2
(32) = "Bit: Intermediate
pos. 2"
2
Bit: Interm. pos. 3
(33) = "Bit: Intermediate
pos. 3"
3
Bit: Interm. pos. 4
(34) = "Bit: Intermediate
pos. 4"
4
Bit: Interm. pos. 5
(35) = "Bit: Intermediate
pos. 5"
5
Bit: Interm. pos. 6
(36) = "Bit: Intermediate
pos. 6"
6
Bit: Interm. pos. 7
(37) = "Bit: Intermediate
pos. 7"
7
Bit: Interm. pos. 8
(38) = "Bit: Intermediate
pos. 8"
Value Description
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
Intermediate position 1 reached
No signal
Intermediate position 2 reached
No signal
Intermediate position 3 reached
No signal
Intermediate position 4 reached
No signal
Intermediate position 5 reached
No signal
Intermediate position 6 reached
No signal
Intermediate position 7 reached
No signal
Intermediate position 8 reached
No signal
Byte 8: Discrete inputs
Table 9: Byte 8: Discrete inputs
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
(39) = "Bit: Input DIN 1"
0
Bit: Input DIN 1
1
Bit: Input DIN 2
(40) = "Bit: Input DIN 2"
2
Bit: Input DIN 3
(41) = "Bit: Input DIN 3"
3
Bit: Input DIN 4
(42) = "Bit: Input DIN 4"
4
Bit: Input DIN 5
(43) = "Bit: Input DIN 5"
5
Bit: Input DIN 6
(44) = "Bit: Input DIN 6"
6
7
—
—
—
—
Value Description
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 1.
No signal
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 2.
No signal
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 3.
No signal
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 4.
No signal
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 5.
No signal
A high signal (+24 V DC) is present at digital input 6.
No signal
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Byte 9 and byte 10: Input AIN 1
Byte 9 = high byte, byte 10 = low byte.
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Description of the data interface
Bytes 9 and 10 transmit the value of the first additional free analogue current input
of the Profibus DP interface. The start and end values can be set at the AC via push
buttons and display. (For operation, please refer to the respective operation
instructions for the actuator.)
If the measuring values are 0.3 mA below the initial value, a signal loss is indicated.
The value is transmitted in per mil (value: 0 – 1,000).
Byte 11 and byte 12: Torque
Byte 11 = high byte, byte 12 = low byte.
Bytes 11 and 12 transmit the current torque of the actuator (only if an MWG is installed
in the actuator).
The value transmitted is the current torque in percent or per mil of the nominal actuator
torque.
The value is transmitted in per mil (value: 0 – 1,000).
●
●
●
The value 1,000 corresponds to 127.0 % torque in direction OPEN.
The value 500 is the torque zero point.
The value 0 corresponds to 127.0 % torque in direction CLOSE.
Byte 13: Not ready REMOTE 1
Table 10: Byte 13: Not ready REMOTE 1
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(98) = "Bit: Wrong operaBit: Wrong oper. cmd
tion cmd"
1
Bit: Sel. sw. not REMOTE (53) = "Bit: Sel. sw. not
REMOTE""
2
Bit: Interlock active
3
Bit: Local STOP
4
Bit: EMCY stop active
5
Bit: EMCY behav. act.
6
Bit: FailState fieldbus
7
Bit: I/O interface
26
Value Description
1
0
1
0
(52) = "Bit: Interlock active" 1
0
(97) = "Bit: Local Stop"
1
0
(50) = "Bit: EMCY stop
1
active"
0
(49) = "Bit: EMCY be1
hav.act."
0
(47) = "Bit: FailState field- 1
bus"
0
(48) = "Bit: I/O interface" 1
0
Wrong operation command
Indicates the fact that several operation commands were
received simultaneously via Profibus DP (e.g. Remote
OPEN and Remote CLOSE simultaneously or Remote
CLOSE/Remote OPEN and Remote SETPOINT simultaneously) or that the max. value for a setpoint position has
been exceeded (setpoint position > 1,000).
Operation commands are ok.
Selector switch is in position Local control (LOCAL) or
0 (OFF).
Selector switch is in position Remote control (REMOTE).
Actuator is interlocked.
No signal
Push button STOP of local controls is operated.
No signal
Operation mode EMERGENCY stop is active (EMERGENCY stop button has been pressed).
EMERGENCY stop button not pressed (normal operation).
Operation mode EMERGENCY behaviour is active
(EMERGENCY signal was sent).
No signal
No valid communication via fieldbus (despite available
connection)
Communication via fieldbus is ok.
The actuator is controlled via the I/O interface (parallel).
The actuator is controlled via fieldbus.
Actuator controls
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Description of the data interface
Byte 14: Not ready REMOTE 2
Table 11: Byte 14: Not ready REMOTE 2
Bit Designation
(process representation)
0
—
1
—
2
Bit: SIL function active 1)
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Value Description
—
—
(207) = "SIL function active"
1
0
(107) = "Bit: Disabled"
1
0
(121) = "Bit: Bypass Inter- 1
lock"
0
(116) = "Bit: PVST active" 1
0
(51) = "Bit: Service active" 1
0
(54) = "Bit: Handwheel
1
active"
0
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
The safety function of the SIL sub-assembly is active.
No signal.
Actuator is in operation mode Disabled.
No signal
By-pass of interlock function is active.
No signal
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) is active.
No signal
Operation mode Service is active.
No signal
Manual operation is active (handwheel is engaged); optional signal
No signal
3
Bit: Disabled
4
Bit: Interlock by-pass
5
Bit: PVST active
6
Bit: Service active
7
Bit: Handwheel active
1)
The safety function indications via fieldbus are for information only and must not be used as part of a safety function. The I/O signals of
the SIL module must be used for this purpose.
Byte 15: Fault 1
The fault signals contain the causes why the actuator cannot be operated.
Table 12: Byte 15: Fault 1
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
(72) = "Bit: Configuration
0
Bit: Configuration error
error"
1
Bit: Mains quality
2
Bit: Thermal fault
3
Bit: Phase failure
Value Description
1
0
(59) = "Bit: Mains quality" 1
0
(56) = "Bit: Thermal fault" 1
0
(57) = "Bit: Phase fault"
1
Incorrect configuration, i.e. the current setting of the actuator controls is invalid.
Configuration is ok.
Due to insufficient mains quality, the controls cannot detect the phase sequence (sequence of phase conductors
L1, L2 and L3) within the pre-set time frame provided for
monitoring.
No signal
Motor protection tripped
No signal
●
●
4
Bit: Torque fault OPEN
(61) = "Bit: Torque fault
OPEN"
5
Bit: Torque fault CLOSE
(60) = "Bit: Torque fault
CLOSE"
6
Bit: Internal error
(69) = "Bit: Internal fault"
7
Bit: No reaction
(71) = "Bit: No reaction"
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
When connecting to a 3-ph AC system and with internal 24 V DC supply of the electronics: Phase 2 is
missing.
When connecting to a 3-ph or 1-ph AC system and
with external 24 V DC supply of the electronics: One
of the phases L1, L2 or L3 is missing.
No signal
Torque fault in direction OPEN
No signal
Torque fault in direction CLOSE
No signal
Collective signal 14: Internal fault
No internal fault
No actuator reaction to operation commands within the
set reaction time.
No signal
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Description of the data interface
Byte 16: Fault 2
The fault signals contain the causes why the actuator cannot be operated.
Table 13: Byte 16: Fault 2
Bit Designation
(process representation)
0
—
1
—
2
—
3
—
4
—
5
—
6
Bit: Config. error REMOTE
7
Bit: Incorrect phase seq
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
—
—
—
—
—
—
(123) = "Bit: Config error
remote"
(58) = "Bit: Wrong phase
sequence"
Value Description
1
0
1
0
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Configuration error of REMOTE interface active.
No signal.
The phase conductors L1, L2 and L3 are connected in
the wrong sequence.
Phase sequence is ok.
Byte 17: Warnings 1
The warning signals are for information only and do not interrupt or disable an
operation (as opposed to faults).
Table 14: Byte 17: Warnings 1
Bit Designation
(process representation)
0
—
1
—
2
—
3
—
4
Bit: Torque warn. CLOSE
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
—
—
—
—
(125) = "Bit: Torque wrn
CLOSE"
Value Description
1
5
Bit: Torque warn. OPEN
(124) = "Bit: Torque wrn
OPEN"
6
Bit: SIL fault 1)
(206) = "SIL fault"
0
1
0
1
7
Bit: No reaction
(71) = "Bit: No reaction"
0
1
0
1)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Warning: Limit value for Torque warning CLOSE exceeded
No signal
Warning: Limit value for Torque warning OPEN exceeded
No signal
Warning: A SIL fault of the SIL sub-assembly has occurred.
No signal
Warning: No actuator reaction to operation commands
within the set reaction time.
No signal
The safety function indications via fieldbus are for information only and must not be used as part of a safety function. The I/O signals of
the SIL module must be used for this purpose.
Byte 18: Warnings 2
Table 15: Byte 18: Warnings 2
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(88) = "Bit: WrnControlBit: Wrn controls temp
sTemp"
1
2
3
28
—
—
Bit: 24 V DC, external
Value Description
1
0
—
—
(68) = "Bit: 24 V DC, extern- 1
al"
0
Warning: Temperature within controls housing too high
No signal
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
The external 24 V DC voltage supply of the controls has
exceeded the power supply limits.
No signal
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
4
—
—
5
(126) = "Bit: RTC button
Bit: RTC button cell
cell"
6
Bit: RTC not set
7
Bit: Config. warning
(77) = "Bit: RTC not set"
Description of the data interface
Value Description
1
0
1
0
(108) = “Bit: Config. Warn- 1
ing”
0
No signal (reserved)
Warning: The voltage of the RTC button cell is too low.
No signal
The real time clock has not yet been set on the basis of
valid values.
No signal
Warning: Configuration setting is incorrect.
The device can still be operated with restrictions.
No signal
Byte 19: Warnings 3
Table 16: Byte 19: Warnings 3
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(111) = “Bit: Wrn FOC
Bit: Wrn FOC budget
budget”
1
Bit: Wrn FO cables
2
Bit: Wrn input AIN 2
3
Bit: Wrn input AIN 1
4
Bit: Internal warning
5
Bit: WrnOnTiStarts
6
Bit: WrnOnTiRunning
7
Bit: Op. time warning
(83) = "Bit: Wrn FO loop"
Value Description
1
0
1
0
(92) = "Bit: Wrn input AIN 1
2"
0
(91) = "Bit: Wrn input AIN 1
1"
0
(70) = "Bit: Internal warn- 1
ing"
0
(85) = "Bit: WrnOnTiStarts" 1
0
(84) = "Bit: WrnOnTiRun- 1
ning"
0
(63) = "Bit: Operat. time
1
warning"
0
Warning: FO cable system reserve reached (critical or
permissible Rx receive level)
No signal
Warning:
Optical receiving signal (channel 1) incorrect (no or insufficient Rx receive level) or RS-485 format error (incorrect
bit(s))
No signal
Warning: Loss of signal analogue input 2
No signal
Warning: Loss of signal analogue input 1
No signal
Collective signal 15: Internal warning
No internal warning
Warning: Max. number of motor starts (starts) exceeded
No signal
Warning: Max. running time/h exceeded
No signal
Warning: Max. permissible operating time for an operation
(OPEN-CLOSE) exceeded
No signal
Byte 20: Warnings 4
Table 17: Byte 20: Warnings 4
Bit Designation
(process representation)
0
—
1
—
2
Bit: WrnSetpointPos
3
Bit: PVST required
4
Bit: Wrn FOC connection
5
Bit: Failure behav. act.
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
—
—
(95) = "Bit: WrnSetpointPos"
Value Description
1
0
(208) = "PVST required" 1
0
(127) = "Bit: Wrn FOC
1
connection"
0
(30) = "Bit: Failure behav. 1
active"
0
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Warning: Loss of signal of actuator setpoint position
No signal
Warning: A Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) should be
performed.
Warning: FO cable connection not available.
No signal
The failure behaviour is active.
No signal
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Description of the data interface
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Value Description
(process representation)
6
(118) = "Bit: PVST abort" 1
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) was aborted or could
Bit: PVST abort
not be started. Remedy: Perform RESET or restart PVST.
0
No signal
(117) = "Bit: PVST fault" 1
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) could not be successfully
7
Bit: PVST error
completed.
0
No signal
Byte 21 and byte 22: Input AIN 2
Byte 21 = high byte, byte 22 = low byte.
Bytes 9 and 10 transmit the value of the second additional free analogue current
input of the Profibus DP interface. The start and end values can be set at the AC via
push buttons and display. (For operation, please refer to the respective operation
instructions for the actuator.)
If the measuring values are 0.3 mA below the initial value, a signal loss is indicated.
The value is transmitted in per mil (value: 0 – 1,000).
Byte 23: Failure
Causes of the Failure signal in accordance with NAMUR recommendation NE 107.
Table 18: Byte 23: Failure
Bit Designation
(process representation)
0
—
1
—
2
—
3
—
4
—
5
—
6
—
7
Bit: Fault
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
(20) = "Bit: Fault"
Value Description
1
0
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Collective signal 03:
Contains the result of a disjunction (OR-operation) of all
bits of bytes 15 and 16 (Fault 1 and Fault 2).
The actuator cannot be operated.
In bytes 15 and 16, no faults are active (all bits are set to
0).
Byte 24: Maintenance required
Causes of the Maintenance required signal in accordance with NAMUR
recommendation NE 107.
Table 19: Byte 24: Maintenance required
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Value Description
(process representation)
0
Mechanic maintenance requirement (AUMA service)
Bit: Maintenance mechan- (209) = "Mechanic lifetime" 1
ics
0
No signal
1
(210) = "Seal lifetime"
1
Seal maintenance requirement (AUMA service)
Bit: Maintenance seals
0
No signal
2
1
Lubricant maintenance requirement (AUMA service)
Bit: Maintenance lubricant (211) = "Seal lifetime"
0
No signal
3
Contactor maintenance requirement (AUMA service)
Bit: Maintenance contact- (212) = "Contactor lifetime" 1
ors
0
No signal
4
The set maintenance interval has expired.
Bit: Maintenance interval (213) = "Maintenance inter- 1
val"
0
No signal
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Bit Designation
(process representation)
5
—
6
—
7
—
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Description of the data interface
Value Description
—
—
—
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Byte 25: Out of specification 1
Causes of the Out of specification signal in accordance with NAMUR recommendation
NE 107.
Table 20: Byte 25: Out of specification 1
Bit Designation
(process representation)
0
—
1
—
2
—
3
—
4
Bit: Torque warn. CLOSE
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
—
—
—
—
(125) = "Bit: Torque wrn
CLOSE"
Value Description
1
5
Bit: Torque warn. OPEN
(124) = "Bit: Torque wrn
OPEN"
6
Bit: SIL fault 1)
(206) = "SIL fault"
0
1
0
1
(71) = "Bit: No reaction"
0
1
7
Bit: No reaction
0
1)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Warning: Limit value for Torque warning CLOSE exceeded
No signal
Warning: Limit value for Torque warning OPEN exceeded
No signal
Warning: A SIL fault of the SIL sub-assembly has occurred.
No signal
Warning: No actuator reaction to operation commands
within the set reaction time.
No signal
The safety function indications via fieldbus are for information only and must not be used as part of a safety function. The I/O signals of
the SIL module must be used for this purpose.
Byte 26: Out of specification 2
Table 21: Byte 26: Out of specification 2
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(88) = "Bit: WrnControlBit: Wrn controls temp
sTemp"
1
2
3
—
—
Bit: 24 V DC, external
4
5
—
Bit: RTC button cell
6
Bit: RTC not set
7
Bit: Config. warning
Value Description
1
0
—
—
(68) = "Bit: 24 V DC, extern- 1
al"
0
—
(126) = "Bit: RTC button 1
cell"
0
(77) = "Bit: RTC not set" 1
0
(108) = “Bit: Config. Warn- 1
ing”
0
Warning: Temperature within controls housing too high
No signal
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
The external 24 V DC voltage supply of the controls has
exceeded the power supply limits.
No signal
No signal (reserved)
Warning: The voltage of the RTC button cell is too low.
No signal
The real time clock has not yet been set on the basis of
valid values.
No signal
Warning: Configuration setting is incorrect.
The device can still be operated with restrictions.
No signal
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Byte 27: Out of specification 3
Table 22: Byte 27: Out of specification 3
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(111) = “Bit: Wrn FOC
Bit: Wrn FOC budget
budget”
1
Bit: Wrn FO cables
2
Bit: Wrn input AIN 2
3
Bit: Wrn input AIN 1
4
Bit: Internal warning
5
Bit: WrnOnTiStarts
6
Bit: WrnOnTiRunning
7
Bit: Op. time warning
(83) = "Bit: Wrn FO loop"
Value Description
1
0
1
0
(92) = "Bit: Wrn input AIN 1
2"
0
(91) = "Bit: Wrn input AIN 1
1"
0
(70) = "Bit: Internal warn- 1
ing"
0
(85) = "Bit: WrnOnTiStarts" 1
0
(84) = "Bit: WrnOnTiRun- 1
ning"
0
(63) = "Bit: Operat. time
1
warning"
0
Warning: FO cable system reserve reached (critical or
permissible Rx receive level)
No signal
Warning:
Optical receiving signal (channel 1) incorrect (no or insufficient Rx receive level) or RS-485 format error (incorrect
bit(s))
No signal
Warning: Loss of signal analogue input 2
No signal
Warning: Loss of signal analogue input 1
No signal
Collective signal 15: Internal warning
No internal warning
Warning: Max. number of motor starts (starts) exceeded
No signal
Warning: Max. running time/h exceeded
No signal
Warning: Max. permissible operating time for an operation
(OPEN-CLOSE) exceeded
No signal
Byte 28: Out of specification 4
Table 23: Byte 28: Out of specification 4
Bit Designation
(process representation)
0
—
1
—
2
Bit: WrnSetpointPos
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
Value Description
—
—
(95) = "Bit: WrnSetpointPos"
3
Bit: PVST required
4
Bit: Wrn FOC connection
5
Bit: Failure behav. act.
6
Bit: PVST abort
1
0
(208) = "PVST required" 1
0
(127) = "Bit: Wrn FOC
1
connection"
0
(30) = "Bit: Failure behav. 1
active"
0
(118) = "Bit: PVST abort" 1
7
Bit: PVST error
(117) = "Bit: PVST fault"
0
1
0
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Warning: Loss of signal of actuator setpoint position
No signal
Warning: A Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) should be
performed.
Warning: FO cable connection not available.
No signal
The failure behaviour is active.
No signal
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) was aborted or could
not be started. Remedy: Perform RESET or restart PVST.
No signal
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) could not be successfully
completed.
No signal
Byte 29: Function check 1
Causes of the Function check signal in accordance with NAMUR recommendation
NE 107.
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Description of the data interface
Table 24: Byte 29: Function check 1
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
0
(97) = "Bit: Local Stop"
Bit: Local STOP
1
Bit: Sel. sw. not REMOTE (53) = "Bit: Sel. sw. not
REMOTE""
2
Bit: Service active
3
Bit: Handwheel active
4
Bit: EMCY stop active
5
Bit: PVST active
6
7
—
—
Value Description
1
0
1
0
(51) = "Bit: Service active" 1
0
(54) = "Bit: Handwheel
1
active"
0
(50) = "Bit: EMCY stop
1
active"
0
(116) = "Bit: PVST active" 1
0
—
—
Push button STOP of the local controls is operated.
No signal
Selector switch is in position Local control (LOCAL) or
0 (OFF).
Selector switch is in position Remote control (REMOTE).
Operation mode Service is active.
No signal
Manual operation is active (handwheel is engaged); optional signal
No signal
Operation mode EMERGENCY stop is active (EMERGENCY stop button has been pressed).
EMERGENCY stop button not pressed (normal operation).
Partial Valve Stroke Test (PVST) is active.
No signal
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
Byte 30: Function check 2
The contents are reserved for further Function check signals in accordance with
NAMUR recommendation NE 107.
Byte 31: Status fieldbus
Information on the fieldbus status.
Table 25: Byte 31: Status fieldbus
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
(99) = "Fieldbus Channel
0
Bit: Channel 1 active
1 active"
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Value Description
1
0
(100) = "Fieldbus Channel 1
Bit: Channel 2 active
2 active"
0
(109) = “Bit: Pb DataEx
1
Bit: Channel 1 DataEx
Ch1”
0
(110) = “Bit: Pb DataEx
1
Bit: Channel 2 DataEx
Ch2”
0
1
Bit: Chan 1 FailState field- (112) = “Bit: FieldbusFailsafeAct.1”
bus
0
1
Bit: Chan 2 FailState field- (113) = “Bit: FieldbusFailsafeAct.2”
bus
0
(114) = “Bit: Chan1
1
Bit: Channel 1 activity
BusComm”
0
(115) = “Bit: Chan2
1
Bit: Channel 2 activity
BusComm”
0
Channel 1 is the active operation command channel.
No signal
Channel 2 is the active operation command channel.
No signal
Channel 1 is in the data exchange state.
No signal
Channel 1 is in the data exchange state (DataEx).
No signal
No valid fieldbus communication via channel 1 (application
does not communicate with the DCS).
No signal
No valid fieldbus communication via channel 2 (application
does not communicate with the DCS).
No signal
Fieldbus communication on channel 1
No signal
Fieldbus communication on channel 2
No signal
Byte 32: SIL indications
Causes of the Maintenance required signal in accordance with NAMUR
recommendation NE 107.
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Table 26: Byte 32: SIL indications
Bit Designation
Prm-Text-Def GSD file
(process representation)
1
(204) = "Safe ESD"
Bit: Safe ESD 1)
2
Bit: Safe STOP 1)
1)
Value Description
1
(205) = "Safe Stop"
0
1
(206) = "SIL fault"
0
1
0
1
0
Safe ESD (Emergency Shut Down) safety function of the
SIL sub-assembly is active.
No signal
Safe STOP safety function of the SIL sub-assembly is
active.
No signal
Collective signal
Warning: A SIL fault of the SIL sub-assembly has occurred.
No signal
A safety function of the SIL sub-assembly is active.
No signal
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
No signal (reserved)
3
Bit: SIL fault
4
Bit: SIL function active 1)
(207) = "SIL function active"
4
5
6
7
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1)
The safety function indications via fieldbus are for information only and must not be used as part of a safety function. The I/O signals of
the SIL module must be used for this purpose.
Byte 33 to byte 40: Reserve
The contents are reserved for future extensions.
4.2.
Output data (process representation output)
The master (controls) can control the slave (actuator) via the process representation
output.
4.2.1.
Process representation output arrangement
Information
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To perform remote operations, the selector switch must be in position Remote
control (REMOTE).
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4.2.2.
Description of the data interface
Description of the output data
Byte 1: Commands
Table 27: Byte 1: Commands
Bit Designation
Value Description
(process representation)
0
1
Operation command in direction OPEN
Fieldbus OPEN
0
No command
1
1
Operation command in direction CLOSE
Fieldbus CLOSE
0
No command
1
Run to setpoint
2
Fieldbus SETPOINT
Setpoint is provided via bytes 3 and 4.
In combination with a proces controller, this bit is
used to change-over between process controller
mode and OPEN-CLOSE control.
0
No command
3
1
Certain indications of the actuator controls can be
Fieldbus RESET
reset via fieldbus while the selector switch is in position Remote control (REMOTE) via fieldbus (e.g.
PTC tripping device and torque fault).
The function of this bit corresponds to the push button RESET at the local controls.
0
No command
4
—
No command (reserved)
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Bit Designation
Value Description
(process representation)
5
—
No command (reserved)
6
—
No command (reserved)
7
—
No command (reserved)
Bits 0, 1, 2 = operation
commands
Bits 0 – 2 are used to transmit operation commands to the actuator. Only one of
these bits may be set to 1 at any given time. If several bits are set, no operation is
performed and the following signal is given: Wrong oper. cmd
For operation commands via bit 2 (Fieldbus SETPOINT):
Condition: Position transmitter (potentiometer, RWG, EWG or MWG) installed
in the actuator
If the setpoint is 0 per mil, the actuators runs to the end position CLOSED; it
runs to the end position OPEN for 1000 per mil.
If the limit of 1,000 is exceeded, the actuator completely runs to end position
OPEN.
To avoid placing too much strain on the mechanics, the reversing of direction
is delayed. The default setting in the factory for the reversing prevention time
is 300 ms.
Bits 4 through 7 are not used and must be set to 0.
●
●
●
●
Bits 4, 5, 6 , 7
Byte 2: Reserved 1
The contents are reserved for future extensions.
Bytes 3 and 4: Setpoint position /(process setpoint, option)
Byte 3 = high byte, byte 4 = low byte.
The setpoint position is transmitted via bytes 3 and 4 (value: 0 – 1,000), using the
position controller.
The value 1,000 corresponds to the maximum setpoint, i.e. end position OPEN.
The value 0 corresponds to the minimum setpoint, i.e. end position CLOSED.
As an alternative, the process setpoint can be transmitted via bytes 3 and 4 (value
0... 1,000), using a process controller (option). Value 1,000 corresponds to the
maximum process setpoint, value 0 to the minimum process setpoint.
●
●
Byte 5: Additional commands
Table 28: Byte 5: Additional commands
Bit Designation
Value Description
(process representation)
0
1
Actuator operation via local controls enabled
Fieldb. enable LOCAL
0
Actuator operation via local controls disabled
1
1
Enabling operation command in direction OPEN
Fieldb. enable OPEN
0
Operation command in direction OPEN disabled.
2
1
Enabling operation command in direction CLOSE
Fieldb. enable CLOSE
0
Operation command in direction CLOSE disabled.
3
—
No command (reserved)
4
1
Initiate change-over to channel 1
Fieldbus channel 1
0
No operation command
5
1
Initiate change-over to channel 2
Fieldbus channel 2
0
No operation command
6
1
EMERGENCY signal, triggers EMERGENCY behaFieldbus EMCY
viour.
0
No command
7
1
Start Partial Valve Stroke Test (functional test)
PVST
0
No operation command
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Byte 6: Intermediate positions
Table 29: Byte 6: Intermediate positions
Bit Designation
Value Description
(process representation)
0
1
Run to intermediate position 1.
Fieldb. interm. pos. 1
0
No command
1
1
Run to intermediate position 2.
Fieldb. interm. pos. 2
0
No command
2
1
Run to intermediate position 3.
Fieldb. interm. pos. 3
0
No command
3
1
Run to intermediate position 4.
Fieldb. interm. pos. 4
0
No command
1
Run to intermediate position 5.
4
Fieldb. interm. pos. 5
0
No command
5
1
Run to intermediate position 6.
Fieldb. interm. pos. 6
0
No command
6
1
Run to intermediate position 7.
Fieldb. interm. pos. 7
0
No command
7
1
Run to intermediate position 8.
Fieldb. interm. pos. 8
0
No command
Bits 0 – 7 allow the direct selection of 8 intermediate positions via fieldbus commands.
Hereby the selected intermediate position is approached directly, without stopping
in another intermediate position.
In this case, the actuator continues running until the selected intermediate position
has been reached. Example: Operation from position 5 to 7 without stopping at
position 6.
For further information, please refer to Manual (Operation and setting) AUMATIC
AC 01.2 Profibus DP.
If the multiport valve function is active (option), the entire byte 6 is used for coding
of multiport valve operation commands. Up to 12 positions can either be approached
selecting the shortest path, in clockwise direction (CW), or in counterclockwise
direction (CCW). Furthermore, the actuator can also be operated without any position
indications in clockwise or counterclockwise direction (CW or CCW).
Table 30: Operation commands via byte 6 for activated multiport valve function
0x01
≙ Operation direction/position
Position 1
0x02
Position 2
0x04
Position 3
0x08
Position 4
0x10
Position 5
0x20
Position 6
0x40
Position 7
0x80
Position 8
0x81
Position 9
Value
Behaviour
Position 1 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 2 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 3 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 4 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 5 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 6 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 7 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 8 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 9 is approached selecting the shortest
path
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0x82
≙ Operation direction/position
Position 10
0x83
Position 11
0x84
Position 12
0x90
CW
0x91
CW Position 1
0x92
CW Position 2
0x93
CW Position 3
0x94
CW Position 4
0x95
CW Position 5
0x96
CW Position 6
0x97
CW Position 7
0x98
CW Position 8
0x99
CW Position 9
0x9A
CW Position 10
0x9B
CW Position 11
0x9C
CW Position 12
0xA0
CCW
0xA1
CCW Position 1
0xA2
CCW Position 2
0xA3
CCW Position 3
0xA4
CCW Position 4
0xA5
CCW Position 5
0xA6
CCW Position 6
0xA7
CCW Position 7
0xA8
CCW Position 8
0xA9
CCW Position 9
0xAA
CCW Position 10
0xAB
CCW Position 11
0xAC
CCW Position 12
Value
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Behaviour
Position 10 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 11 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Position 12 is approached selecting the shortest
path
Actuator operates in clockwise direction (without
stop at any position)
Position 1 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 2 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 3 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 4 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 5 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 6 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 7 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 8 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 9 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 10 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 11 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Position 12 is approached in clockwise direction
(CW).
Actuator operation in counterclockwise direction
(without stop at any position)
Position 1 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 2 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 3 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 4 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 5 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 6 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 7 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 8 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 9 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 10 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 11 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
Position 12 is approached in counterclockwise direction (CCW).
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Description of the data interface
Byte 7: Digital outputs 1
The digital outputs Fieldbus DOUT 1 – DOUT 6 of the fieldbus interface can be used
as commands for the output contact. For this, the outputs of the output contacts have
to be assigned with the signals Fieldbus DOUT 1 – Fieldbus DOUT 6.
Table 31: Byte 7: Digital outputs 1
Bit Designation
Value Description
(process representation)
0
—
No command (reserved)
1
—
No command (reserved)
2
—
No command (reserved)
3
—
No command (reserved)
4
—
No command (reserved)
5
—
No command (reserved)
6
—
No command (reserved)
7
—
No command (reserved)
Byte 8: Digital outputs 2
Table 32: Byte 8: Digital outputs 2
Bit Designation
Value Description
(process representation)
1
Digital output 1 is activated.
0
Fieldbus DOUT 1
0
Output is deactivated.
1
1
Digital output 2 is activated.
Fieldbus DOUT 2
0
Output is deactivated.
2
1
Digital output 3 is activated.
Fieldbus DOUT 3
0
Output is deactivated.
3
1
Digital output 4 is activated.
Fieldbus DOUT 4
0
Output is deactivated.
4
1
Digital output 5 is activated.
Fieldbus DOUT 5
0
Output is deactivated.
5
1
Digital output 6 is activated.
Fieldbus DOUT 6
0
Output is deactivated.
6
—
No command (reserved)
7
—
No command (reserved)
Bytes 9 and 10: Actual process value
Byte 9 = high byte, byte 10 = low byte.
Byte 9 and byte 10 in combination with a process controller (option) can be used to
transmit the actual process value.
Bytes 11 and 12: Fieldbus output AOUT 1
Byte 11 = high byte, byte 12 = low byte.
Bytes 11 and 12 can be used to send an analogue value to the actuator.
The value is transmitted in per mil (value: 0 – 1,000). 0 – 1000
The outputs "Fieldbus output AOUT 1" and "Fieldbus output AOUT 2) can be used
as output values via the analogue outputs. For this, the outputs of the analogue
outputs have to be assigned with the signals Fieldbus AOUT 1 or Fieldbus AOUT 2.
Bytes 13 and 14: Fieldbus output AOUT 2
Byte 13 = high byte, byte 14 = low byte.
A second analogue value can be sent to the actuator using bytes 13 and 14.
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The value is transmitted in per mil (value: 0 – 1,000).
Bytes 15 to 26: Reserve
The contents are reserved for future extensions.
4.3.
Profibus DP V1 services
— Option —
Apart from the cyclic DP-V0 process data exchange, the Profibus DP-V1 services
can establish an additional acyclic communication via the fieldbus.
Actuator controls with activated Profibus DP-V1 services grant access to the contents
of the device ID, the operating data, and the most important parameters for setting
and the maintenance information.
Access to the data of all actuators connected by the Profibus DP network is therefore
enabled for preventive maintenance or uniform parameter setting.
Actuator controls support an acyclic DP-V1 connection with controls (DPM1 = master
of class 1) and one acyclic DP-V1 connection with engineering stations (DPM2 =
master of class 2).
The following DP-V1 fault indications are supported:
Fault ind.
Error
class
Read Access.Invalid Slot
11
Access.Invalid Index
11
Write Access.Invalid Slot
11
Access.Invalid Index
11
Access.write length
11
Access.invalid parameter 11
Access.access denied 11
Application write error
10
Error
code
2
0
2
0
1
8
6
1
Cause
An invalid slot was accessed.
An invalid index was accessed.
An invalid slot was accessed.
An invalid index was accessed.
The transmitted data length is invalid.
Invalid parameter value
No write access permitted
Slot/index can only be read.
Depending on the DCS, either a DTM (Device Type Manager) or an EDD (Electronic
Device Description) is required to integrate device-specific information, data and
parameters, which can be accessed via Profibus DP-V1, into the engineering station.
The availability of the Profibus DP-V1 services is preset in the factory. For a
description of the DP-V1 services, refer to the appendix.
4.4.
Redundancy
— Option —
To increase the security of the installation, the actuator controls may be equipped
with a redundant Profibus DP interface.
The following redundant operation modes are supported:
1.
Redundant behaviour according to AUMA redundancy (AUMA redundancy I or
AUMA redundancy II)
(use of AUMA 0C4F.GSD in combination with the ident. no. of the standard
version: 0x0C4F)
2. Redundant behaviour according to Profibus DP-V2 redundancy in accordance
with PNO guideline 2.212 (system redundancy or flying redundancy)
(use of AUMA AUMA 0CBD.GSD in combination with the ident. no. of the
standard version: 0x0CBD)
The redundant behaviour is set using the following parameter: Device configuration
> Profibus > Redundancy M0601
4.4.1.
Redundant behaviour according to AUMA redundancy
This redundancy type can be selected if the DCS does not support Profibus DP-V2
redundancy according to Profibus DP guideline 2.212 but a redundant structure is
nevertheless required.
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Description of the data interface
The physical structure of the redundant Profibus DP interfaces within the controls is
based on two independent, galvanically isolated Profibus DP interfaces with an
internal RedCom data channel for exchanging the communication status.
AUMA redundancy I
In general, the actuator decides autonomously which of the Profibus DP
communication channels will be the active channel and therefore be able to operate
the actuator and which channel will be the passive channel only providing feedback
signals of the actuator. The slave addresses can be individually assigned for
both channels.
Figure 1: Basic structure for AUMA redundancy I
The operation of both communication channels is logically, physically and
chronologically separated.
The communication channel, which first exchanges process data with the controls
(data exchange state), is the active channel, the second channel will automatically
become the passive channel. The actuator can only be controlled via the active
channel.
Controls (DPM1 = master of class 1) can only write and read acyclic data via the
active channel. Engineering stations (DPM2 = master of class 2) can use both
channels to read and write acyclic DP-V1 data (writing the same parameter via both
communication channels simultaneously is, however, not possible).
Byte 31 Fieldbus status is used to signal the following communication states of the
two channels to the DCS:
Active or passive channel (Bit: Channel 1 active, Bit: Channel 2 active)
Profibus DP Watchdog Status (Bit: Channel 1 DataEx, Bit: Channel 2 DataEx)
Fault state (Bit: Chan 1 FailState fieldbus, Bit: Chan 2 FailState fieldbus)
Available fieldbus communication (Bit: Channel 1 activity, Bit: Channel 2 activity),
i.e. Profibus Watchdog Status ≠ Baud Search
The DCS may change over the active channel if both channels do not signal a fault
state (neither Global Control Clear nor telegrams with the data length 0) and are in
the DataEx state. Change-over is made during the logical 0–1 change of bits Fieldbus
channel 1 or Fieldbus channel 2 in byte 5 of the output data (process representation
output).
●
●
●
●
Change-over can be initiated both via the active and the passive channel.
Automatic change-over to another channel is performed if either the communication
of the active channel fails or if Fail Safe telegrams (telegrams with the data length
= 0) or Global Control Clear (GC Clear) telegrams are received via the active channel.
Changing channels does not result in a loss of data.
If neither of the channels exchange process data with the controls or if both channels
receive Fail Safe telegrams (telegrams with the data length = 0) or Global Control
Clear (GC Clear) telegrams, the set failure behaviour or EMERGENCY behaviour
is started.
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Description of the data interface
AUMA redundancy II
In general, the actuator decides autonomously which of the Profibus DP
communication channels will be the active channel and therefore be able to operate
the actuator and which channel will be the passive channel only providing feedback
signals of the actuator. Only one slave address can be assigned for both
channels.
Figure 2: Basic structure for AUMA redundancy II
Response path of the active channel
Response path after change-over
The operation of both communication channels is physically separated, however
they are logically and chronologically synchronised.
The communication channel, which first exchanges process data with the controls
(data exchange state), is the active channel, the second channel will automatically
become the passive channel. The actuator can only be controlled via the active
channel.
Controls (DPM1 = master of class 1) can only write and read acyclic data via the
active channel. Engineering stations (DPM2 = master of class 2) can use both
channels to read and write acyclic DP-V1 data (writing the same parameter via both
communication channels simultaneously is, however, not possible).
Byte 31 Fieldbus status is used to signal the following communication states of the
two channels to the DCS:
Active or passive channel (Bit: Channel 1 active, Bit: Channel 2 active)
Profibus DP Watchdog Status (Bit: Channel 1 DataEx, Bit: Channel 2 DataEx)
Fault state (Bit: Chan 1 FailState fieldbus, Bit: Chan 2 FailState fieldbus)
Available fieldbus communication (Bit: Channel 1 activity, Bit: Channel 2 activity),
i.e. Profibus Watchdog Status ≠ Baud Search
The DCS may change-over the active channel if both channels do not signal a fault
state (neither Global control clear nor telegrams with the data length 0) and are in
the DataEx state. Change-over is made during the logical 0–1 change of bits Fieldbus
channel 1 or Fieldbus channel 2 in byte 5 of the output data (process representation
output).
●
●
●
●
Change-over can be initiated both via the active and the passive channel.
Changing channels does not result in a loss of data.
If neither of the channels exchange process data with the controls or if both channels
receive Fail Safe telegrams (telegrams with the data length = 0) or Global Control
Clear (GC Clear) telegrams, the set failure behaviour or EMERGENCY behaviour
is started.
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Description of the data interface
The special feature of AUMA redundancy II is its absolute, chronologically
synchronised response of the Profibus telegrams via both communication channels
with simultaneous monitoring of the passive channel on the basis of the received
DataEx request telegrams. This redundancy behaviour is imperatively required in
combination with DCS splitting a Profibus Stack to two redundant channels using a
voter.
The Behaviour Tx parameter can be used to influence the transmission of response
telegrams via the passive channel:
4.4.2.
Tx active channel
Response telegrams are only sent via the active channel.
Tx both channels
Response telegrams are sent via both channels, the active and the passive channel.
Redundant behaviour according to Profibus DP-V2 redundancy (PNO guideline 2.212)
This redundancy type can be selected if the DCS supports Profibus DP-V2
redundancy according to Profibus DP guideline 2.212.
The physical structure of the redundant Profibus DP interfaces within the actuator
corresponds to the structure for AUMA redundancy; two independent, galvanically
isolated Profibus DP interfaces with an internal Redcom data channel for exchanging
the communication status.
Figure 3: Structure for DP-V2 redundancy according to guideline 2.212
The master generally uses parameter telegrams to determine which Profibus DP
communication channel is the primary channel and which is the backup channel.
The primary channel is used to operate the actuator, the backup channel can also
be used to establish a Profibus DP connection as an option; operation commands
of the backup channel will, however, be ignored by the actuator.
Feedback signals on the communication status of the two Profibus DP interfaces
and on received requests for changing the channels are performed by the extended
diagnostic (Red_Status, 3 bytes); not all DCS support this extended diagnostic
telegram.
Controls (DPM1 = master of class 1) can only write and read acyclic DP-V1 data via
the primary channel. Engineering stations (DPM2 = master of class 2) can use both
channels to read and write acyclic DP-V1 data (writing the same parameter via both
communication channels simultaneously is, however, not possible).
Details for change-over and behaviour are stipulated in PNO guideline 2.212.
If neither of the channels exchange process data with the controls or if both channels
receive Fail Safe telegrams (telegrams with the data length = 0) or Global Control
Clear (GC Clear) telegrams, the set failure behaviour or EMERGENCY behaviour
is started.
The redundant behaviour according to Profibus DP-V2 redundancy requires activation
of the Profibus DP-V2 functions.
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Description of the data interface
4.5.
Profibus DP-V2 functions
— Option —
In addition to the cyclic Profibus DP-V0 process data exchange and in addition to
the acyclic Profibus DP-V1 data exchange, the Profibus DP-V2 functions define
further, more comprehensive functions:
Isochronous mode
Cross traffic between slaves
Upload and download
Redundancy
Time synchronisation with time stamp
The actuator controls AUMATIC AC 01.2 supports the following functions:
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●
●
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●
Redundancy
Time synchronisation with time stamp
This means the two functions are only available combined. If only the time
synchronisation with time stamp is exclusively required, the redundant channel can
remain unconnected (connection with Profibus DP master not imperatively required.)
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●
Profibus DP-V2 functions can be activated via the following parameters: Device
configuration > Application functions > Activation > Profibus DP-V2 M0587
4.5.1.
Profibus DP-V2 redundancy
The behaviour and the states of a redundant slave are defined in the "Specification
Slave Redundancy 2.212" (also refer to <Redundant behaviour according to Profibus
DP-V2 redundancy (PNO guideline 2.212)>). A distinction is made between a primary
and a backup channel, with different effects on the properties of Profibus DP
communication:
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Cyclic Profibus DP-V0 communication
Operation commands of the primary channel are processed and executed
by the actuator; operation commands by the backup channel are ignored,
the communication for the backup channel is only used for monitoring.
Feedback signals of the actuator can be sent via both channels.
Diagnostic feedback signals of the primary channel contain diagnostic
status data of both the primary and the backup channel.
Acyclic Profibus DP-V1 services of the controls (DPM1 = master class 1) are
only supported by the primary channel.
Acyclic Profibus DP-V1 services of the engineering stations (DPM2 = master
class 2) are only supported by the primary channel.
Furthermore, a distinction is made between two configuration types within the Profibus
DP-V2 redundancy:
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●
Flying redundancy (FR)
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System redundancy (SR)
●
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The slave address of the primary channel is different from the address of the
backup channel (slave address backup = slave address primary + 64, for this
reason the slave address of the primary must be < 62).
Only the slave address of the primary channel has to be set.
The master never communicates via the backup channel with the slave.
The slave address of the primary channel corresponds to the slave address of
the backup channel.
The master can configure both channels and can establish a cyclic DP-V0
connection via both channels.
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Description of the data interface
Figure 4: Configuration type for Profibus DP-V2
Setting the bus address (slave address)
Each channel has its own address. After setting the primary address, the backup
automatically accepts the address of the primary plus a configurable offset (either 0
or 64).
Startup behaviour
The channels automatically change between the startup_primary and startup_waiting
states until the master starts the communication with the actuator. In the
startup_primary state, the actuator waits with the primary slave address for the master
to start the communication. The cycle starts with 2 s, this time is doubled after each
cycle to max. 32 s.
Change over
The actuator does not decide autonomously on change-over. The master detects a
loss of communication of the primary channel and may initiate change-over using a
parameter telegram (parameter command PrmCmd). The former backup channel
becomes the new primary channel.
Parameter command
Apart from the change-over commands, different parameters for the configuration
of the Profibus DP-V2 redundancy are transmitted using the PrmCmd parameter
command.
For Profibus DP-V2, the parameter command is part of the parameter telegram which
is sent to the actuator on startup of the communication.
Table 33: Structure of the PrmCmd parameter command
Byte Bit
7
1
0
2
0
3
4
Remark
6
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
Sequence number
4
0
0
3
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
Block length (= 0x08)
Structure type (= 0x02,
PrmCmd parameter
command for DP-V2
redundancy
Slot
Specifier
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Description of the data interface
Byte Bit
7
6
5
Res Master
State
Clear
6
Reserved
Remark
5
Res
4
3
Check Start
Proper- MSAC1S
ties
Address
Offset64
2
Stop
MSAC1S
1
Primary Request
0
Res
Address
Change
Start/ Stop MSAC1S
used
Primary
Properties
Req_MS0_MS1
used
Output Hold Time high
Output Hold Time low
7
8
Output Hold Time
Address Offset64/ Adress Change
Function
In the event of change-over, the outputs will not be changed during this time (time
base = 10 ms)
Change-over between flying redundancy and system redundancy
AddressOffset64 = 1 and AddressChange = 1, > Flying redundancy is selected
AddressOffset64 = 0 and AddressChange = 1, > System redundancy is selected
Extended diagnostic
For activated Profibus DP-V2 redundancy, the primary channel of the actuator sends
a high priority response telegram; after that, the master reads the extended diagnostic
data Red_Status (Status_Type = 0x9F) with the new states.
When transmitting the PrmCmd parameter command via the master, the actuator
responds with Prm_Cmd_Ack (Status_Type = 0x9E).
With Red_Status/ Prm_Cmd_Ack, the actuator signals both the status of the primary
and of the backup channel.
Table 34: Prm_Cmd_Ack/ Red_Status
Byte Bit
7
1
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4.5.2.
Remark
6
0
5
0
0
0
0
Sequence number
Res Master
Res
State Clear
Baud rate
Res Output
Hold Time found
started
Res Output
Baud rate
Hold Time found
started
Not used
4
0
3
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Check
Properties
Master
State Clear
Start
MSAC1S
Data Exchange
0
Reserved
Stop
MSAC1S
Hardware
defective
Primary Request
Primary
Res
Backup
Red_State_1
(Primary status)
Master
Data ExState Clear change
Hardware
defective
Primary
Backup
Red_State_2
(Backup status)
Header (0x08)
Status_Type
0x9E = Prm_Cmd_Ack
0x9F = Red_Status
Slot
Specifier
Function
Red_State_3
Profibus DP-V2 time-synchronisation with time stamp
Certain events within the actuator can be marked with a time stamp. The event is
sent to the master using an alarm signal; the master then reads the event with time
stamp from the actuator.
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Description of the data interface
Figure 5: Time synchronisation
To ensure that all events within an installation are recorded in the correct sequence,
all Profibus DP-V2 field devices must have the same time information. For this
purpose, the master cyclically sends the current time to all field devices.
Basic procedure during communication startup
1.
During communication startup, a parameter telegram is sent from the master
to the actuator. The parameter telegram contains parameters for configuring
the time stamp and time synchronisation.
2. The master then cyclically sends Time_Event and Clock_Value telegrams to
synchronise the time.
3. The actuator sends the startup data of the time stamp (current state of the signals to be stamped).
Procedure during operation:
1.
The actuator detects an event, stamps the time and sends a high priority response telegram (in the DataExchange state).
2. The master reads the alarm information from the actuator using a diagnostic
telegram.
3. The master acknowledges the alarm.
4. The master reads the indicated data record (event with time) from the actuator.
The following events are stamped by the actuator with a resolution of 10 ms
End position CLOSED
End position OPEN
Torque sw. CLOSED
Torque sw. OPEN
Selector sw. REMOTE
Fault
Phase fault
A time stamp is made for any change of state of these signals, for both rising and
falling signal flank.
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Description of the data interface
Configuration of the time stamp
The parameters of the time stamp are part of the AUMA user parameters transmitted
to the actuator during communication startup.
The time stamp is activated via byte 2 of the parameters.
Table 35: Parameters of the time stamp
Byte Bit
7
1
0
2
0
Remark
6
0
0
3
Res Phase
fault
4
Not used
5
0
0
4
0
0
3
0
0
2
0
0
Fault
Selector
sw. REMOTE
Torque
Torque
sw. OPEN sw.
CLOSED
1
0
0
0
0
X
End position
OPEN
End position
CLOSED
Reserved
Activate time stamp
0 = deactivated
1 = activated
Enabling the individual
indications
0 = not active
1 = active
Reserved
Configuration of the time synchronisation
This parameter block is part of the structured parameterisation transmitted to the
actuator during communication startup.
Table 36: TIme AR parameter
Byte Bit
7
1
0
2
0
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Remark
6
0
0
5
0
0
4
0
0
3
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Default value 1000 (0x03F8, corresponds to 10 s)
31
Seconds (2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.. 0)
31
Split seconds (2
Block length (= 0x08)
Structure type (= 0x08, Time AR
parameter command for time synchronisation)
Slot
Reserved
Clock _Sync_Interval
(time basis 10 ms)
Clock_Sync Delay Time
32
.. 0) unit: 1/2
seconds
Clock_Sync_Interval
The following time intervals are supported:
1s
10 s
1 min.
10 min.
Transmission of time information
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●
●
●
The time is transmitted in two steps:
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●
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Master sends Time_Event telegram (layer 2 data telegram)
Master sends Clock_Value telegram indicating the precise time when the time
event was sent.
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Description of the data interface
Table 37: Clock Value telegram
Byte Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
31
1
Seconds (2 .. 0) since1.1.1900 0:00,00
or
2
if value < 0x9DFF4400, since 7.2.2036 6:28,16
3
4
31
32
5
Split seconds (2 .. 0) unit: 1/2 seconds
6
7
8
31
9
Seconds (2 .. 0) since 1.1.1900 0:00,00
or
10
if value < 0x9DFF4400 since 7.2.2036 6:28,16
11
12
31
32
13
Split seconds (2 .. 0) unit: 1/2 seconds
14
15
16
17
C
CV
Reserved
18
ANH
SWT
Res
CR
Reserved
Remark
0
Clock_value of Time_Event (TE)
Clock_value of the previousTime_Events (TE)
SYF
Clock_Value_Status1
Clock_Value_Status2
The information of Clock_Value_Status1 and Clock_Value_Status2 is used for the
transmission of time corrections (C and CV), the synchronisation status (SYF), the
daylight saving time information (ANH and SWT) and the accuracy (CR).
Process alarm
The diagnostic telegram is used to signal to the master that a time-stamped event
has been recorded. The actuator only supports process alarms.
Table 38: Process alarm
Byte Bit
7
1
0
2
0
3
4
5
Remark
6
0
0
5
0
0
4
0
0
3
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sequence number
0
0
0
0
0
0
Buffer Overrun
0
0
1
1
0
1
Restarted
6
7
8
0
0
0
0
Block length (= 0x08)
Alarm_Type
0x02 = Time Stamped Process Alarm
Slot
Specifier
Time stamp state
Buffer Overrun = Internal buffer full,
time stamp stopped
Restarted = Time stamp started anew
Index of the data record (value range
100 to 115)
Number of indications within the data
record (value range 1 -17)
Type of data record
Permanently assigned to 0x0D:
Delta_Trigger_Discrete
Read time-stamped data
The data record signalled via a process alarm (slot 0 index 100 to 115) can be read
using the Profibus DP-V1 services once the alarm has been acknowledged.
A data record may contain up to 17 alarms, each data record consists of 14 bytes.
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Description of the data interface
Table 39: Alarms
Byte Bit
7
1
0
2
3
0
4
Active
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Remark
6
0
5
0
4
0
3
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
Seconds (2 .. 0) since 1.1.1900 0:00,00
or
if value< 0x9DFF4400 since 7.2.2036 6:28,16
31
Split seconds (2
32
.. 0) unit: 1/2
Type of signal
0x01 = Delta_Trigger_Discrete
0x02 = Time_Trigger_Discrete
0x80 = Start-up data
0x84 = End of time stamp
0x85 = Buffer overrun
0x86 = Channel change-over for redundancy
0x87 = Loss of information for redundancy
Slot
Signal
1 = End position CLOSED
2 = End position OPEN
3 = Torque sw. CLOSED
4 = Torque sw. OPEN
5 = Selector sw. REMOTE
6 = Fault
7 = Phase fault
Status of the indication
Active = 1: Indication active (rising
signal flank)
Active = 0: Indication not active (falling signal flank)
Not used
Not used
Time- stamp
seconds
Time stamp and redundancy
Time-stamped data is only sent via the primary channel. During a channel
change-over, the time-stamped indications are buffered and sent to the master after
change-over. In case of a buffer overrun, the startup data is sent.
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5.
Description of the Profibus DP board
Description of the Profibus DP board
The Profibus DP boards is directly located below the local controls.
Figure 6: Profibus DP board
Hazardous voltage!
Risk of electric shock.
→ When connected to the mains, the local controls may only be removed by suitably
qualified personnel (electricians).
5.1.
Indications (indication and diagnostic LEDs)
Figure 7: Indication and diagnostic LEDs
[BA2] Profibus channel 2 active (green)
[DX1] Data Exchange channel 1 (yellow)
[BA1] Profibus channel 1 active (green)
[CH1] Communication via channels 1/2 (yellow)
[DX2] Data Exchange channel 2 (yellow)
[BA2]
Option for redundancy
Illuminated in green if Profibus channel 2 is active.
[DX1]
If the LED is illuminated in yellow, the Profibus DP interface has entered the ‘Data
Exchange’ state on channel 1. Controlling the actuator by the Profibus DP master
and reading the actuator status can be performed in this state only.
[BA1]
Illuminated in green if Profibus channel 1 is active.
[CH1]
Option for redundancy
ON (illuminated in yellow): Communication via channel 1
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Description of the Profibus DP board
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OFF: Communication via channel 2
[DX2]
Option for redundancy
If the LED is illuminated in yellow, the Profibus DP interface has entered the ‘Data
Exchange’ state on channel 2. Controlling the actuator by the Profibus DP master
and reading the actuator status can be performed in this state only.
Figure 8: Status LEDs
[RES] RESET (green)
[DBG] DEBUG (green)
[CAN] CAN (red)
[RES]
Illuminated in green after Reset phase: 3.3 V voltage supply is ok.
[DBG]
Blinking in green after Reset phase: 5 V voltage supply is ok
Blinking at 1 Hz: PCB test
Blinking at 2 Hz: Application is ok.
[CAN]
Illuminated in red: Communication to logic is faulty.
Not illuminated: Communication with logic is ok.
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6.
Corrective action
6.1.
Troubleshooting
Corrective action
In case of problems with Profibus DP communication, the AUMATIC provides
important information with regard to troubleshooting via the display (menu Diagnostic
M0022).
The indication and diagnostic LEDs on the Profibus DP board can also be used as
support.
Table 40: Troubleshooting table
1
Can the actuator be controlled via Profibus DP?
2
Select menu:
Diagnostic M0022
Select menu:
for channel 1:
Profibus DP1 M0240
for channel 2 (option):
Profibus DP2 M0549
Select menu:
for channel 1:
DP1 Profibus status
for channel 2 (option):
DP2 Profibus status
3.
4
Yes
No
Causes and remedies
No fault
→ Continue with 2
→ Continue with 3
→ Continue with 4
Profibus DP communication is ok.
Data Ex
or LEDs on Profibus DP → Continue with 5
board:
[DX1] is illuminated: Channel 1
[DX2] is illuminated: Channel 2
No communication between slave and master
Wait Prm
Possible causes and remedies:
●
Parameter data incorrect→ Correct parameter data in master.
●
●
●
Wait Cfg
6
7
Select menu:
for channel 1:
DP1 GC clear M0556
for channel 2 (option):
DP2 GC clear
Select menu:
for channel 1:
DP1 data length 0
for channel 2 (option):
DP2 data length 0
Operation via the push
button of the local controls
possible?
GC Clear active
GC Clear inactive
Data length 0 active
Data length 0 inactive
Yes
Incorrect GSD file was possibly used→ Check GSD file
Cable connection may either be interrupted or connected with
the wrong polarity.→ Check cable connection
No communication between slave and master
Possible causes and remedies:
●
Configuration data incorrect → Correct configuration in master.
●
5
Parameters not yet sent→ Send parameters
Configuration data not yet sent → Send configuration data.
Slave is in the Fail Safe state.
Possible remedies:
→ Check all other implemented slaves at the Profibus.
→ Deactivate Autoclear function in the master, if required.
→ Send GC OPERATE telegram.
→ Continue with 6
Slave is in the Fail Safe state.
Possible remedies:
→ Check all other implemented slaves at the Profibus.
→ Deactivate Autoclear function in the master, if required.
→ Send GC OPERATE telegram.
→ Continue with 7
Possible causes and remedies:
●
Master does not send an operation command.
Master sends wrong operation command.
→ Check program of the controls.
Possible causes and remedies:
Faults such as torque fault, thermal fault or internal fault
→ Check logic board, motor control and motor.
→ continue with 8
●
No
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Corrective action
8
9
6.2.
LED [RES] on Profibus DP
board is illuminated in
green.
LED [DBG] on Profibus DP
board
Yes
No
is blinking in green.
is not illuminated
Causes and remedies
3.3 V power supply is ok.
3.3 V power supply not available
5 V power supply is ok.
5 V power supply not available
Possible causes and remedies:
→ Check power supply of the AUMATIC (check fuses).
→ Check Profibus DP board.
Diagnostics
Various Profibus DP interface states can be checked via the menu Diagnostic M0022.
The <Information on Profibus DP 1> tables shows the menus for the 1st DP interface.
In case a second, redundant DP interface is installed, this table may be used as well.
In the menu, DP2 is displayed instead of DP1.
Table 41: Information on Profibus DP 1
Indication in display
DP1 slave address M0547
DP1 baud rate M0099
DP1 watchdog status M0411
Value and description
Bus address (slave address)
Baud rate
Watchdog status
The Profibus DP interface searches a baud rate. If no baud rate
Baud search
was found:
●
Connect bus cables.
Baud control
DP control
DP1 Profibus status M0554
DP1 GC clear M0556
DP1 data length 0 M0557
DP1 GC freeze M0558
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Profibus status
Wait Prm
Wait Cfg
Data Ex
●
Check bus cables.
●
Switch on DP master.
The detected baud rate is monitored. The DP watchdog within
the master is not activated. In this case, the failure function is not
available.
The DP communication is monitored, the DP watchdog within
the master is activated. Therefore, the failure function is also
available.
The Profibus DP interface is waiting for correct parameter data.
The Profibus DP interface is waiting for correct configuration data.
The Profibus DP interface is currently exchanging data with the
master.
Global Control Clear Status
GC Clear inactive
The Profibus DP interface has received the Global Control Clear
GC Clear active
telegram and is waiting for the Global Control Operate telegram.
In this mode, DP communication works perfectly, however the
actuator cannot be operated via PLC. If the safety function is
activated it will be initiated.
Data length 0 status
Data length 0 inactive
The Profibus DP interface receives data telegrams of the length
Data length 0 active
0. In this mode, DP communication works perfectly, however the
actuator cannot be operated via PLC. If the safety function is
activated it will be initiated.
Global Control Freeze Status
GC Freeze inactive
With Unfreeze Global Control telegram the Freeze state is deactivated again.
GC Freeze active
The Freeze Global Control telegram can be used to freeze the
Profibus DP inputs (feedback signals).
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Indication in display
DP1 GC sync M059
DP1 config. data M1195
Corrective action
Value and description
Global Control Sync Status
GC Sync inactive
With the Unsync Global Control telegram is the Sync state is
deactivated again.
GC Sync active
The Sync Global Control telegram can be used to freeze the
Profibus DP outputs (operation commands).
Configuration data (number of input and output bytes) set by the master.
Table 42: Profibus details
Indication in display
DP-V1 control
DP-V1 active
Channel 1 active
Channel 2 active
Primary
Backup
Profibus ID no.
Redundancy
DP-V1 (SetPrm)
Alarms (SetPrm)
Redundancy (SetPrm)
Behaviour Tx
Value and description
In this state, the actuator can only be operated by means of the acyclic Profibus DP-V1
services (only possible if there is no cyclic DP-V0 connection available.
At least one acyclic Profibus DP-V1 connection is active.
Profibus interface of channel 1 is used.
Profibus interface of channel 2 is used.
Profibus DP2 (Profibus DP, channel 1)
No channel is used as primary channel.
None
Channel 1 is used as primary channel.
Channel 1
Channel 2 is used as primary channel.
Channel 2
Profibus DP2 (Profibus DP, channel 2)
No channel is used as backup channel.
None
Channel 1 is used as backup channel.
Channel 1
Channel 2 is used as backup channel.
Channel 2
The actuator controls are assigned different ident numbers depending on the function.
For Profibus DP-V0 and DP-V1
0x0C4F
for Profibus DP-V0 and DP-V1 including the DP-V2 functions
0x0CBD
Redundancy with time synchronisation, time stamp and alarms.
Redundancy
No redundancy available.
None
Redundancy activated according to Profibus DP-V2 (SR).
DP-V2 (SR)
Redundancy activated according to Profibus DP-V2 (FR).
DP-V2 (FR)
General Profibus DP redundancy (AUMA redundancy I)
AUMA redundancy I
AUMA redundancy II
AUMA redundancy II
DP-V1 function in the parameter telegram (SetPrm)
The DP-V1 services were deactivated using the parameters in
Deactivated
the parameter telegram (SetPrm).
The DP-V1 services were activated using the parameters in the
Activated
parameter telegram (SetPrm).
Signalling alarms in the parameter telegram (SetPrm)
The alarms were deactivated using the parameters in the paraDeactivated
meter telegram (SetPrm).
The alarms were activated using the parameters in the parameter
Activated
telegram (SetPrm).
Redundancy function in the parameter telegram (SetPrm)
The redundancy function according to Profibus DP-V2 was deacDeactivated
tivated using the parameters in the parameter telegram (SetPrm).
The redundancy function according to Profibus DP-V2 was activActivated
ated using the parameters in the parameter telegram (SetPrm).
Response behaviour (response) for AUMA redundancy II
Profibus DP response telegrams are exclusively sent via the
Tx active channel
active channel
Profibus DP response telegrams are sent via both channels.
Tx both channels
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Technical data
7.
Technical data
Information
7.1.
The following technical data includes standard and optional features. For detailed
information on the customer-specific version, refer to the order-related data sheet.
The technical data sheet can be downloaded from the Internet at www.auma.com
in both German and English (please state the order number).
Profibus DP interface
Settings/programming the Profibus DP interface
Baud rate setting
Automatic baud rate recognition
Setting the Profibus DP inter- The setting of the Profibus DP address is made via the display of the AUMATIC
face
Configurable process represent- For an optimum adaptation to the process control system, the process representation may
ation via GSD file
be freely configured.
Commands and signals of the Profibus interface
Process representation output OPEN, STOP, CLOSE, position setpoint, RESET, EMERGENCY, Interlock OPEN/CLOSE,
(command signals)
Enable LOCAL
●
Process representation input
End position OPEN, CLOSED
(feedback signals)
●
Actual position value
Process representation input
(fault signals)
●
Actual torque value1)
●
Selector switch in position LOCAL/REMOTE
●
Running indication (directional)
●
Torque switch OPEN, CLOSED
●
Limit switch OPEN, CLOSED
●
Manual operation by handwheel or via local controls
●
2 analogue and 4 digital customer inputs
●
Motor protection tripped
●
Torque switch tripped in mid-travel
●
One phase missing
●
Loss of the analogue customer inputs
Behaviour on loss of communic- The behaviour of the actuator is programmable:
●
ation
Stop in current position
1)
●
Travel to end position OPEN or CLOSED
●
Travel to any intermediate position
Requires magnetic limit and torque transmitter (MWG) in actuator
General Profibus DP interface data
Communication protocol
Profibus DP according to IEC 61158 and IEC 61784-1
●
Network topology
Line (bus) structure
●
●
Transmission medium
Fieldbus interface
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When using repeaters, tree structures can also be implemented.
Coupling and uncoupling of devices during operation without affecting other devices is
possible
Twisted, screened copper cable according to IEC 61158
EIA-485 (RS485)
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Technical data
General Profibus DP interface data
●
Transmission speed/cable
Baud rate and maximum cable length (segment length) without repeater:
length
- between 9.6 and 93.75 kbit/s: 1,200 m
- for 187.5 kbit/s: 1,000 m
- for 500 kbit/s: 400 m
- for 1,500 kbit/s: 200 m
●
Device types
●
DP master class 1, e.g. central controllers such as PLC, PC, ...
●
DP master class 2, e.g. programming/configuration tools
●
Number of devices
Bus access
Supported fieldbus functions
Profibus DP ident no.
Baud rate and possible cable length with repeater (total network cable length):
- between 9.6 and 93.75 kbit/s: approx. 10 km
- for 187.5 kbit/s: approx. 10 km
- for 500 kbit/s: approx. 4 km
- for 1,500 kbit/s: approx. 2 km
DP slave, e.g. devices with digital and/or analogue inputs/outputs such as actuators,
sensors
32 devices without repeater, with repeater expandable to 126
●
Token-passing between masters and polling for slaves
●
Mono-master or multi-master systems are possible.
Cyclic data exchange, sync mode, freeze mode, fail-safe mode
0x0C4F: Standard applications with Profibus DP-V0 and DP-V1
0x0CBD: Applications with Profibus DP-V2
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8.
Appendix
8.1.
Proposed wiring diagram for external sensors, 2-wire technology
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8.2.
Appendix
Proposed wiring diagram for external sensors, 3-wire technology
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Appendix
8.3.
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Proposed wiring diagram for external sensors, 4-wire technology
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8.4.
Appendix
Parameters
The present appendix contains notes on the parameterization of the actuator controls
via Profibus DP-V1 as a table (with read/write access codes).
Several parameters (View Objects) are read or written per DP-V1 request. The data
lengths indicated in the tables have to be considered accordingly.
View Objects
View Objects group several parameters enabling easy write access to the grouped
parameters. The bus load is reduced as the parameters do no longer have to be
read out individually.
Explanations to the table:
No.
Type
Parameters
Access
View Object number (corresponds to Profibus DP-V1 index). Profibus DP-V1 slot is
always 254.
Data type
BOOL
BS8/16/32/64
DRVCMD4
enum
I8/16/32
MMSS01
OS4/8/16/32/48/64
S10/20/30/40
U8/16/32
Description
Logical value
Bit string
Process data
Value from the value list
Integer values
Time information
Octet string
String
Unsigned value
Data length
4 bytes
2/4/6/8 bytes
4 bytes
2 bytes
1/2/4 bytes
2 bytes
4/8/16/32/48/64 bytes
10/20/30/40 bytes
1/2/4/ bytes (8/16/32 bits)
Parameter name. Is indicated in the display of actuator controls.
Read and write access
R = Read
W = Write
Default
Setting value
Default value
Permissible, settable value or setting range. Depending on the data type, scale factor
and unit are also indicated in square brackets. Example:
Min = 0 [0.1 s]
Max = 50 [0.1 s]
Corresponds to a setting range between 0.1 and 5.0 seconds
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Table 43: Display...
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 14 bytes
1-1
enum Language
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
1
1 : Deutsch
2 : English
3 : Français
4 : Español
5 : Italiano
6 : Pусский
7 : Polski
8 : Português
9 : Türkçe
10 : Magyar
11 : 中国
12 : Nederlands
13 : Čeština
14 : Română
15 : 日本語
16 : Български
17 : Dansk
18 : Ελληνικά
19 : Suomi
20 : 한국어
21 : Svenska
22 : Tiếng Việt
23 : ‫عربي‬
24 : Eesti keel
25 : Hrvatski
26 : Lietuvių
27 : Latviešu
28 : Norsk
29 : Slovenčina
30 : Slovenščina
31 : Srpski
32 : ไทย
33 : Bahasa Indonesia
0 : MM/DD/YYYY
1 : DD.MM.YYYY
2 : YYYY-MM-DD
0 : 12h
1 : 24h
0 : xx.x
1 : xx,x
0 : Nm
1 : ft-lb
2:%
0 : °C
1 : °F
0 : AUMA
Language setting
1-2
enum
Date format
R/W
1
1-3
enum
Time format
R/W
1
1-4
enum
Number format
R/W
0
1-5
enum
Torque unit
R/W
0
1-6
enum
Temperature unit
R/W
0
1-7
enum
Diagnostic classific.
R/W
0
1 : NAMUR
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Date format setting
Time format setting
Number format setting
Torque unit setting
Temperature unit setting
Selection of diagnostic classification to be indicated within the
status area of the display
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Table 44: Identifications
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 60 bytes
2-1
S20
Device designation
Access Default
R
AC 01.2
2-2
S20
Device tag
R/W
_GERAETETAG_
2-3
S20
Project name
R/W
_PROJEKT_
Setting value
Explanation
Device designation of actuator
controls
Information for actuator identification within the plant (e.g. KKS
designation - Power Plant Classification system)
Project name of the plant
Table 45: Controls
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 80 bytes
3-1
S20
Order no. controls
Access Default
R
3-2
S20
Serial no. controls
R
3-3
3-4
S20
S20
Wiring diagram
Date of manufacture
R
R
Setting value
Explanation
Order number of controls
_ KOMMNR
STEUERUNG
_
_ WERKNR
STEUERUNG
_
TPC
_DATE_PRODUCTION_
Serial number of controls
Wiring diagram
Date of manufacture of the actuator controls
Table 46: Actuator
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 60 bytes
4-1
S20
Order no. actuator
Access Default
R
4-2
S20
Serial no. actuator
4-3
S20
Wiring diagram actuat- R
or
R
Setting value
Explanation
Actuator order number
_ KOMMNR
ANTRIEB _
_ WERKNR
ANTRIEB _
TPA
Actuator serial number
Actuator wiring diagram
Table 47: Version
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 40 bytes
5-1
S20
Firmware
5-2
S20
Language
Access Default
R
R
Setting value
Explanation
Firmware version
Language version
Vxx.xx.xx
Vxxx
Table 48: Firmware details
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 160 bytes
6-1
S20
LC
Access Default
R
0
6-2
S20
LC (Bootloader)
R
0
6-3
6-4
S20
S20
Logic
Logic (Bootloader)
R
R
0
0
6-5
6-6
S20
S20
R
Fieldbus
Fieldbus (Bootloader) R
0
0
6-7
6-8
S20
S20
MWG
MWG (Bootloader)
0
0
R
R
Setting value
Explanation
Firmware version for local controls
Firmware version for local controls (Bootloader)
Logic firmware version
Logic firmware version (Bootloader)
Fieldbus firmware version
Fieldbus firmware version
(Bootloader)
MWG firmware version
MWG firmware version (Bootloader)
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Table 49: Hardware article no.
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 140 bytes
7-1
S20
ArtNo LC
Access Default
R
Setting value
Article number of 'Local controls'
electronics sub-assembly (A9)
Article number of 'Logic' electronics sub-assembly (A2)
Article number of 'MCM' (Motor
Control and Monitoring / A52)
electronics sub-assembly
Article number of 'PSO' (Power
Supply Options / A52.1) electronics sub-assembly
Article number of 'I/O interface'
electronics sub-assembly (A1.0)
Article number of 'Fieldbus'
electronics sub-assembly (A1.8)
Article number of 'MWG' electronics sub-assembly (B6)
_ ARTNR
OSS _
_ ARTNR LOGIK _
_ ARTNR RELAIS _
7-2
S20
ArtNo logic
R
7-3
S20
ArtNo MCM
R
7-4
S20
ArtNo PSO
R
_ ARTNR_OPT _
7-5
S20
ArtNo I/O interface
R
7-6
S20
ArtNo fieldbus
R
7-7
S20
ArtNo MWG
R
_ ARTNR INTF _
_ ARTNR
PBD _
_ ARTNR
MWG _
Explanation
Table 50: Type of seating
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 4 bytes
9-1
enum End position CLOSED R/W
0
9-2
enum
End position OPEN
Setting value
Explanation
0 : Limit
1 : Torque
0 : Limit
1 : Torque
Type of seating in end position
CLOSED
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
1
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
R/W
0
Min = 0 [0.1 s]
Max = 50 [0.1 s]
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Enabling/disabling torque bypass. Torque by-pass' = function
active means that the torque
monitoring is suspended for
each start and this for the time
as defined in the field 'Time
torque by-pass'. Consequently,
unseating is possible without
torque fault tripping.
By-pass duration of torque
monitoring at actuator start
R/W
0
Type of seating in end position
OPEN
Table 51: Torque switching
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 12 bytes
10-1
enum Torque by-pass
10-2
U16
Torque by-pass [s]
10-3
U16
Trip torque CLO [Nm] R/W
20
10-4
U16
Trip torque OPEN [Nm] R/W
20
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Tripping torque in direction
CLOSE [Nm]
Tripping torque in direction
OPEN [Nm]
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No.
10-5
Type
I16
Parameters
Wrn torque CLOSE
Access Default
R/W
80
Setting value
Min = 20 [%]
Max = 100 [%]
Min = 20 [%]
Max = 100 [%]
Explanation
Setting of warning torque in direction CLOSE
10-6
I16
Wrn torque OPEN
R/W
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
3
0 : Off (push-to-run op.)
1 : OPEN
2 : CLOSE
3 : OPEN and CLOSE
4 : OPEN & CL w/o STOP
0 : Off
1 : Sel.sw.Local + Remote
0 : Sel. sw. Local
1 : Sel. sw. Local + Off
0 : Selector switch Local
1 : Sel. sw. Local + Off
Setting the self-retaining local
mode
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Setting of warning torque in direction OPEN
Table 52: Local controls
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 10 bytes
11-1
enum Self-retaining Local
11-2
enum
Local STOP
R/W
0
11-3
enum
Enable LOCAL
R/W
0
11-4
enum
Priority REMOTE
R/W
0
11-5
enum
Fieldbus auto enable
R/W
1
0 : Off
1 : On
Operation mode local STOP
Operation mode Enable LOCAL
Preserving the operation mode
REMOTE in selector switch position LOCAL or OFF depending
on the enable signal
Automatic generation of enable
signal for priority REMOTE
function in case loss of fieldbus
communication
Table 53: I/O interface
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 4 bytes
12-1
enum Self-retaining Remote R/W
3
12-2
enum
Self-retaining Remote R/W
II
0
Setting value
Explanation
0 : Off (push-to-run op.)
1 : OPEN
2 : CLOSE
3 : OPEN and CLOSE
4 : OPEN & CL w/o STOP
0 : Off (push-to-run op.)
1 : OPEN
2 : CLOSE
3 : OPEN and CLOSE
4 : OPEN & CL w/o STOP
Setting the operation behaviour
(push-to-run opereration or selfretaining) for binary operation
commands (OPEN, STOP,
CLOSE) from remote.
Setting the self-retaining Remote II mode
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Table 54: Profibus DP
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 4 bytes
13-1
U16
DP1 slave address
13-2
U16
DP2 slave address
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
126
Profibus DP slave address
R/W
126
Min = 0
Max = 126
Min = 0
Max = 126
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
0 : Off
1 : Adaptive I
Min = 2 [0.1 s]
Max = 600 [0.1 s]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 100 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 100 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 50 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 50 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 50 [0.1 %]
Setting the adaptive behaviour
of the positioner
Profibus DP slave address,
channel 2
Table 55: Positioner
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 30 bytes
14-1
enum Adaptive behaviour
14-2
U16
Dead time
R/W
5
14-3
U16
Dead band OPEN
R/W
5
14-4
U16
Dead band CLOSE
R/W
5
14-5
U16
Positioner hyst. OPEN R/W
5
14-6
U16
Positioner hyst.
CLOSE
R/W
5
14-7
I32
Tolerance CLOSE
R/W
0
14-8
I32
Tolerance OPEN
R/W
1000
Min = 950 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
14-9
U16
Permissible starts/h
R/W
1200
Min = 1
Min = 1800
14-10
U16
Outer dead band
R/W
10
14-11
enum
Limit positioner range R/W
0
14-12
U16
Limit OPEN
R/W
1000
14-13
U16
Limit CLOSE
R/W
0
Min = 1 [0.1 %]
Max = 100 [0.1 %]
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Setting the dead time
Setting dead band OPEN (irrelevant for adaptive behaviour)
Setting dead band CLOSE (irrelevant for adaptive behaviour)
Hysteresis in direction OPEN
(for adaptive positioner only)
Hysteresis in direction CLOSE
(for adaptive positioner only)
Tolerance for the function
"Closing fully" for end position
CLOSED
Tolerance for the function
"Opening fully" for end position
OPEN
Permissible number of starts/h
(only in combination with Adaptive behaviour = Adaptive II)
Setting the outer dead band (irrelevant for adaptive behaviour)
Function Limit positioner range
Limit OPEN
Limit CLOSE
Table 56: Process controller
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 26 bytes
67-1
enum Setpoint source
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
0 : I/O interface
1 : Fieldbus interface
2 : Internal setpoint
0 : Internal setpoint 1
1 : Internal setpoint 2
2 : Failure behaviour
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Setpoint source of process controller
67-2
enum
Beh. setpoint failure
R/W
0
67-3
enum
Inverse operation
R/W
0
67-4
U16
Internal setpoint 1
R/W
500
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Behaviour on setpoint failure
Inverse operation
Internal setpoint 1 for process
controller
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No.
67-5
Type
U16
Parameters
Internal setpoint 2
Access Default
R/W
500
Setting value
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 1 [0.1]
Max = 100 [0.1]
Min = 1 [s]
Max = 1000 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 100 [s]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Min = 100 [0.1 %]
67-6
U16
Proport. gain Kp
R/W
10
67-7
U16
Reset time Ti
R/W
1000
67-8
U16
Rate time Td
R/W
0
67-9
U16
Min reaction act. value R/W
0
67-10
U16
Max reaction act. value R/W
1000
Min = 100 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
67-11
U16
React. time act. value R/W
0
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 100 [s]
67-12
enum
Actual value source
R/W
0
67-13
enum
Modulating behaviour R/W
0
0 : I/O interface
1 : Fieldbus interface
0: P controller
1: PI controller
2: PID controller
Explanation
Internal setpoint 2 for process
controller
Proportional gain Kp
Reset time Ti
Rate time Td
Minimum reaction required of
actual process value within reaction time
Maximum reaction required of
actual process value within reaction time
Reaction time for monitoring
min. or max. reaction of actual
process value
Actual value source of process
controller
Modulating behaviour of PID
controller
Table 57: Failure behaviour
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 12 bytes
15-1
enum Failure behaviour
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
1
0 : Good signal first
1 : Immediately active
0 : STOP
1 : CLOSE
2 : OPEN
3 : Approach position
4 : Execute last CMD
1 : Fieldbus interface
2 : I/O interface
4 : Active interface
Min = 0 [0.1 s]
Max = 1800 [0.1 s]
Activate failure behaviour
15-2
enum
Failure operation
R/W
0
15-3
enum
Failure source
R/W
4
15-4
Mmss01 Delay time
R/W
30
Setting the actuator reaction for
active failure behaviour
Failure source (failure reason)
for failure behaviour
Failure operation is only executed after delay time has expired.
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No.
15-5
Type
U16
Parameters
Failure position
Access Default
R/W
500
15-6
U16
Failure position MPV
R/W
500
Setting value
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Explanation
Failure position in percent
Setting value
Explanation
1 : Good signal first
2 : Immediately active
Failure reaction EMERGENCY.
The EMERGENCY failure reaction defines the actuator behaviour once the EMERGENCY
signal is initiated.
Determines the availability of
EMERGENCY behaviour depending on the selector switch
position Local or Remote
Failure source for EMERGENCY
behaviour
Failure position of multiport
valve
Table 58: EMERGENCY behaviour
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 26 bytes
16-1
enum Failure reaction EMCY R/W
1
16-2
enum
EMCY operation mode R/W
0
0 : Remote only
1 : Remote and local
16-3
enum
EMCY failure source
R/W
3
16-4
enum
EMCY operation
R/W
0
16-5
U16
EMCY position
R/W
0
16-6
enum
By-pass torque
R/W
0
1 : I/O interface
2 : Fieldbus interface
3 : I/O or fieldbus
4 : Active interface
0 : STOP
1 : CLOSE
2 : OPEN
3 : Approach EMCY pos.
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
0 : Off
1 : On
16-7
enum
Thermal by-pass
R/W
0
0 : Off
1 : On
16-8
enum
By-pass timer
R/W
0
16-9
enum
By-pass operat.profile R/W
0
16-10
enum
By-pass Interlock
R/W
0
16-11
enum
By-pass Local STOP
R/W
0
0 : Off
1 : On
0 : Off
1 : On
0 : Off
1 : On
0 : Off
1 : On
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Actuator reaction in EMERGENCY operation mode
Setting the EMERGENCY position
By-passing the torque monitoring in EMERGENCY operation
mode
By-passing the thermal monitoring in EMERGENCY operation
mode
By-passing the timer function in
EMERGENCY operation mode
By-pass of operation profile in
EMERGENCY operation mode
By-pass of interlock function in
operation mode EMERGENCY
By-pass of local STOP function
in EMERGENCY operation
mode
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No.
16-12
Type
Parameters
Mmss01 Delay time
16-13
U16
EMCY position MPV
Appendix
Access Default
R
10
Setting value
Min = 0 [0.1 s]
Max = 1800 [0.1 s]
R/W
Min = 0 [0.1 s]
Max = 1800 [0.1 s]
Explanation
Delay time for EMERGENCY
behaviour (EMERGENCY behaviour is only executed after the
delay time has expired).
EMERGENCY position of multiport valve
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
0 : Off
1 : Remote
2 : Local
3 : Remote and local
Min = 10 [0.1 s]
Max = 1800 [0.1 s]
Min = 10 [0.1 s]
Max = 1800 [0.1 s]
Min = 1 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 999 [0.1 %]
0 : Off
1 : Remote
2 : Local
3 : Remote and local
Min = 10 [0.1 s]
Max = 1000 [0.1 s]
Min = 10 [0.1 s]
Max = 1000 [0.1 s]
Setting the operation mode:
Stepping mode in direction
CLOSE
10
Table 59: Timer function
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 20 bytes
17-1
enum Step mode CLOSE
17-2
Mmss01 On time CLOSE
R/W
50
17-3
Mmss01 Off time CLOSE
R/W
50
17-4
U16
Start stepping CLOSE R/W
1000
17-5
U16
End stepping CLOSE R/W
0
17-6
enum
Step mode OPEN
R/W
0
17-7
Mmss01 On time OPEN
R/W
50
17-8
Mmss01 Off time OPEN
R/W
50
Setting the on time in direction
CLOSE
Setting the off time in direction
CLOSE
Setting the start of stepping
mode in direction CLOSE
Setting the end of stepping
mode in direction CLOSE
Setting the operation mode:
Stepping mode in direction
OPEN
Setting the on time in direction
OPEN
Setting the off time in direction
OPEN
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No.
17-9
Type
U16
Parameters
Start stepping OPEN
Access Default
R/W
0
Setting value
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 999 [0.1 %]
Min = 1 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Explanation
Setting the start of stepping
mode in direction OPEN
17-10
U16
End stepping OPEN
R/W
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Min = 10 [min]
Max = 60 [min]
Enable/disable on time monitoring
1000
Setting the end of stepping
mode in direction OPEN
Table 60: On time monitoring
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 6 bytes
23-1
enum On time monitoring
23-2
U16
Perm. running time/h
R/W
15
Min = 1
Max = 1800
A warning is issued when exceeding the permissible running
time/h.
A warning is issued when exceeding the permissible starts/h.
23-3
U16
Permissible starts/h
R/W
1200
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
1
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
R/W
50
R/W
10
Min = 10 [0.1 s]
Max = 1800 [0.1 s]
Min = 10 [0.1 %]
Max = 100 [0.1 %]
Min = 1 [0.1 s]
Max = 20 [0.1 s]
With active motion detection the
verification is made whether the
actuator position changes due
to the manual operation within
the detection time dt by the
travel difference dx. Consequently, a mechanical movement can be detected at output
drive (signal: 'Handwheel operation')
Setting the detection time dt
Table 61: Motion detector
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 12 bytes
24-1
enum Motion detector
24-2
Mmss01 Detect. time dt
24-3
U16
24-4
Mmss01 Detect. time dt (MWG) R/W
70
Travel diff. dx
5
Setting the travel difference dt
Setting the detection time dt
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Appendix
No.
24-5
Type
U16
Parameters
Access Default
3
Travel diff. dx (MWG) R/W
Setting value
Min = 2
Max = 20
Min = 1 [0.001 s]
Max = 65535 [0.001 s]
Explanation
Setting the travel difference dx
24-6
U16
Delay time
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
0 : Off
1 : Manual
9000
Min = 0 [0.1 s]
Max = 36000 [0.1 s]
Operation mode of operating
time monitoring. The actuator
operating time can be made in
'Manual' operation mode.
Perm.op. time, manual
R/W
6000
The delay time defines the time
interval after terminating manual
operation until reset of the signal
'Handwheel operation'.
Table 62: Operating time monitoring
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 4 bytes
25-1
enum Operation mode
25-2
Mmss01 Perm.op. time, manual R/W
Table 63: Reaction monitoring
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 4 bytes
26-1
enum Operation mode
26-2
U16
Access Default
Setting value
Erläuterung
R/W
0
0 : Off
1 : Manual
150
Min = 150 [0.1 s]
Max = 3000 [0.1 s]
Operation mode of operating
time monitoring. The actuator
operating time can be made in
'Manual' operation mode.
Perm.op. time, manual
Perm.op. time, manual R/W
Table 64: Interlock
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 6 bytes
27-1
enum Oper. mode Interlock
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
3
1 : Remote
2 : Local
3 : Remote and Local
1 : OPEN
2 : CLOSE
3 : OPEN and CLOSE
0 : Off
1 : On
Operation mode of interlock
function
27-2
enum
Running dir. Interlock R/W
3
27-3
enum
By-pass Interlock
0
R/W
Running direction in which the
interlock function is active
By-pass of interlock function in
operation mode EMERGENCY
71
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Appendix
No.
27-4
Type
enum
Parameters
Access Default
3
Interlock failure source R/W
Setting value
Explanation
1 : Interface
Failure source of interlock function
2 : Fieldbus
3 : Active comm. source
Table 65: PVST
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 16 bytes
66-1
enum PVST operation mode R/W
0
66-2
enum
PVST behaviour
R/W
1
66-3
U16
PVST stroke
R/W
100
66-4
Mmss01 PVST monitoring
R/W
600
66-5
Mmss01 PVST operating time
R/W
20
66-6
Mmss01 PVST reverse time
R/W
20
66-7
enum
PVST reminder
R/W
0
66-8
U16
PVST reminder period R/W
0
Setting value
Explanation
0 : Stroke
1 : End position test
Setting the operation mode
PVST: Stroke = stroke-controlled PVST; based on travel
across a defined stroke (stroke
PVST) within a given time
(PVST monitoring time); can be
started in any valve position
(even outside the end position)
End position test = PVST based
on test when leaving the end
position within a defined time
(PVST travel time); Can only be
started from an end position
PVST (Partial Valve Stroke
Test) behaviour
0 : OPEN
1 : CLOSE
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 10 [0.1 s]
Max = 3000 [0.1 s]
Min = 1 [0.1 s]
Max = 600 [0.1 s]
Min = 1 [0.1 s]
Max = 600 [0.1 s]
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Min = 0
PVST (Partial Valve Stroke
Test) stroke
PVST (Partial Valve Stroke
Test) monitoring time
PVST (Partial Valve Stroke
Test) operating time
Waiting time during PVST prior
to returning to initial position.
When function is active, a message is generated if no PVST
can be executed during reminder period.
Reminder period of PVST function. Generates message if no
PVST was executed during this
reminder period.
Max = 65535
Table 66: Local controls
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 22 bytes
28-1
enum Indication light 1 (left) R/W
370
28-2
enum
Indication light 2
R/W
269
28-3
enum
Indication light 3
R/W
270
28-4
enum
Indication light 4
R/W
268
28-5
enum
Indicat. light 5 (right)
R/W
369
Setting value
Signal assignment for indication
light 1 (left) on the local controls
Signal assignment for indication
light 2 on the local controls
Signal assignment for indication
light 3 on the local controls
Signal assignment for indication
light 4 on the local controls
Signal assignment for indication
light 5 (right) on the local controls
Setting values for parameter no.: 28-1/-2/-3/-4/-5
372 : Not assigned
259 : End position
CLOSED
72
Explanation
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
No.
Type
Parameters
Appendix
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
258 : End position OPEN
370 : End p. CLOSED,
blink
369 : End p. OPEN, blink
401 : Setpoint pos.
reached
265 : Running CLOSE
264 : Running OPEN
113 : Selector sw. LOCAL
115 : Selector sw. REMOTE
116 : Selector sw. OFF
376 : Limit switch
CLOSED
375 : Limit switch OPEN
460 : Torque sw.
CLOSED
459 : Torque sw. OPEN
86 : Failure
84 : Function check
83 : Out of specification
85 : Maintenance required
79 : Fault
78 : Warning
80 : Not ready REMOTE
554 : Op. pause active
560 : Start stepping mode
603 : Actuator running
539 : Running LOCAL
540 : Running REMOTE
541 : Handwheel operation
549 : In intermed. position
392 : Intermed. pos. 1
399 : Intermed. pos. 2
398 : Intermed. pos. 3
397 : Intermed. pos. 4
396 : Intermed. pos. 5
395 : Intermed. pos. 6
394 : Intermed. pos. 7
393 : Intermed. pos. 8
500 : Input DIN 1
501 : Input DIN 2
505 : Input DIN 3
504 : Input DIN 4
503 : Input DIN 5
502 : Input DIN 6
285 : EMCY stop active
269 : Torque fault CLOSE
Torque fault OPEN
Torque fault
Thermal fault
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Appendix
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Setting value
Phase fault
Fieldbus DOUT 1
Fieldbus DOUT 2
Fieldbus DOUT 3
Fieldbus DOUT 4
Fieldbus DOUT 5
Fieldbus DOUT 6
Fieldbus DOUT 7
Fieldbus DOUT 8
Fieldbus DOUT 9
Fieldbus DOUT 10
Fieldbus DOUT 11
Fieldbus DOUT 12
FailState fieldbus
Handwheel active
PVST active
PVST error
PVST abort
Explanation
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
R/W
0
0 : None
Redundancy
1 : DP-V2 (SR)
4 : DP-V2 (FR)
2 : AUMA redundancy I
3 : AUMA redundancy II
0 : Tx active channel
Behaviour Tx
1 : Tx both channels
Table 67: Profibus
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 4 bytes
35-1
enum Redundancy
35-2
enum
Behaviour Tx
Table 68: FO connection
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 6 bytes
68-1
enum FO cable monitoring
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
0 : On (not final device)
1 : Off (final device)
0 : Loop
1 : Star/line
0 : Auto
1 : 9.6 kbit/s
2 : 19.2 kbit/s
3 : 38.4 kbit/s
4 : 45.45 kbit/s
5 : 57.6 kbit/s
6 : 93.75 kbit/s
7 : 115.2 kbit/s
8 : 187.5 kbit/s
9 : 500 kbit/s
10 : 1500 kbit/s
11 : 3000 kbit/s
12 : 6000 kbit/s
13 : 12000 kbit/s
FO cable monitoring
68-2
enum
FO cable topology
R
1
68-3
enum
FO cable baud rate
R
0
74
FO cable topology
FO cable baud rate
Actuator controls
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Table 69: Actuator
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 12 bytes
36-1
enum Motor prot. mode
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0
0 : Auto
1 : Reset
0 : Clockwise rotation
1 : Counterclockwise rot.
0 : Without
1 : NC
2 : NO
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Min = 600 [0.1 s]
Max = 36000 [0.1 s]
Signal behaviour of motor protection (thermal monitoring). Auto:
Automatic thermal fault reset
after cooling down. Reset: requires manual thermal fault reset after colling down via a RESET command.
Setting the direction of rotation
36-2
enum
Closing rotation
R
0
36-3
enum
Handwheel switch
R
0
36-4
enum
Heater monitor
R
0
36-5
U32
Heater monitor. time
R
3000
Handwheel switch
Montitoring the heater in actuator
Monitoring time of heater resp.
of the heating system (warning
"Wrn heater" is issued if a fault
has continuously occurred during this period)
Table 70: MWG
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 44 bytes
37-1
U16
Nom. torque CLOSE
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
100
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Min = 65
Max = 125
Min = 20 [%]
Max = 80 [%]
Min = 8
Max = 122
Min = 80 [%]
Max = 125 [%]
Min = 129
Max = 189
Min = 20 [%]
Max = 80 [%]
Min = 132
Max = 247
Min = 80 [%]
Max = 125 [%]
Min = 80
Max = 120
Min = 80
Max = 120
Min = 0
Max = 20
Min = 2
Max = 20
Setting the nominal torque
CLOSE in Nm
37-2
U16
Nom. torque OPEN
R
100
37-3
U16
CLOSE min. angle
R
120
37-4
U16
CLOSE min. torque
R
50
37-5
U16
CLOSE max. angle
R
105
37-6
U16
CLOSE max. torque
R
100
37-7
U16
OPEN min. angle
R
134
37-8
U16
OPEN min. torque
R
50
37-9
U16
OPEN max. angle
R
149
37-10
U16
OPEN max. torque
R
100
37-11
U16
Correction CLOSE
R
100
37-12
U16
Correction OPEN
R
100
37-13
U16
Hysteresis torque
R
5
37-14
U16
Dead band torque
R
2
Setting the nominal torque
OPEN in Nm
Torque pivot point CLOSE
(minimum angle value)
Torque pivot point CLOSE
(minimum torque)
Torque pivot point CLOSE
(maximum angle value)
Torque pivot point CLOSE
(maximum torque)
Torque pivot point OPEN (minimum angle value)
Torque pivot point OPEN (minimum torque)
Torque pivot point OPEN (maximum angle value)
Torque pivot point OPEN (maximum torque)
Correction factor for torque
characteristic CLOSE
Correction factor for torque
characteristic OPEN
Hysteresis of torque switching
Dead band of torque switching
75
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Appendix
No.
37-15
Type
U16
Parameters
Hysteresis limit
Access Default
R
3
Setting value
Min = 0
Max = 100
Min = 20
Max = 20
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Min = 0 [Nm]
Max = 65535 [Nm]
Explanation
Hysteresis of limit switching
37-16
U16
Torque adjust 0 point
R
0
37-17
U16
Low limit T CLOSE
R
20
37-18
U16
High limit T CLOSE
R
100
37-19
U16
Low limit T OPEN
R
20
37-20
U16
High limit T OPEN
R
100
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
450
Min = 0
Max = 1023
Low limit setting for Uref (monitoring the 5 V reference voltage
for potentiometer)
Low limit setting for Upote (limit
monitoring the potentiometer
wiper voltage)
Low limit setting of potentiometer signal range (monitoring the
potentiometer span)
Hysteresis of potentiometer
Adjust zero point for torque
Low limit setting (initial value)
for tripping torque CLOSE
High limit setting (final value) for
tripping torque CLOSE
Low limit setting (initial value)
for tripping torque OPEN
High limit setting (final value) for
tripping torque OPEN
Table 71: Potentiometer
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 8 bytes
38-1
U16
Low limit Uref
38-2
U16
Low limit Upoti
R
77
Min = 0
Max = 1023
38-3
U16
Low limit Uspan
R/W
610
Min = 0
Max = 1023
38-4
U16
Hysteresis
R
2
Min = 0
Max = 10
Table 72: Phase failure monitoring
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 4 bytes
39-1
enum Adapt rotary dir.
39-2
U16
Tripping time
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
1
Adapt rotary direction for counterclockwise rotating field
R/W
100
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Min = 20 [0.1 s]
Max = 3000 [0.1 s]
Setting value
Explanation
Min = 1 [0.1 s]
Max = 300 [0.1 s]
Setting the reversing prevention
time
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
0
Monitoring the heating system
in the AC
R
0
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Duration until phase monitoring
trips
Table 73: Switchgear
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 2 bytes
40-1
U16
3
Revers. prevent. time R
Table 74: Monitoring functions
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 18 bytes
41-1
enum Monitor heat. system
41-2
enum
Monitor 24 V DC ext.
41-3
enum
Monitor 24 V DC cust. R/W
1
41-4
enum
Monitor 24 V AC
1
76
R
Monitoring external 24 V DC
(external supply)
Monitoring 24 V DC for customer (control voltage)
Monitoring 24 V AC
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Appendix
No.
41-5
Type
enum
Parameters
Access Default
1
Monitor 24 V DC intern R
41-6
enum
PTC trip. monit.
R
0
41-7
enum
RTC test
R
1
41-8
U32
Heater monitor. time
R
3000
Setting value
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Min = 600 [0.1 s]
Max = 36000 [0.1 s]
Explanation
Monitoring internal 24 V DC
Setting value
Erläuterung
PTC tripping device monitoring
RTC test
Monitoring time of heater resp.
of the heating system (warning
"Wrn heater" is issued if a fault
has continuously occurred during this period)
Table 75: Service interface
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 22 bytes
42-1
S20
Device tag
42-2
enum
Service op. mode
Access Default
R/W
_GERAETETAG_
R/W
0
0 : Control: LOCAL
1 : Control: LOC+REM
Information for actuator identification within the plant (e.g. KKS
designation - Power Plant Classification system)
Settings for service operation
mode. Allows actuator control
via remote operation of service
interface depending on operation modes LOCAL or REMOTE.
Table 76: Service functions
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 4 bytes
45-1
I16
-1
Create factory settings R
45-2
I16
Setting value
Explanation
Min = 32768
Max = 32767
Min = 32768
Max = 32767
Creates new factory settings by
adopting the current settings
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
1 : Local
2 : Off
3 : Remote
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Torque fault OPEN active
Reset factory settings R/W
-1
Reset current settings to factory
settings
Table 77: General information
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 48 bytes
44-1
BOOL Torque fault OPEN
44-2
BOOL
Torque fault CLOSE
R
44-3
enum
Selector switch
R
44-4
U16
Actual position
R
44-5
U16
Torque
R
Torque fault CLOSE active
Selector switch
Actual position
Torque
77
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Appendix
No.
44-6
Type
enum
Parameters
Operation mode
Access Default
R
Setting value
0 : Power Off
1 : EMCY stop
2 : Off
3 : Service
4 : Local
5 : Interlock
6 : EMERGENCY
7 : Remote
8 : Remote II
9 : Fieldbus
10 : Disabled
Min = 0
Max = 0xFFFFFFFF
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Explanation
Operation mode
44-7
DrvCmd4 Operation command
44-8
BOOL
Running OPEN
R
44-9
BOOL
Running CLOSE
R
44-10
BOOL
Setpoint position
reached
R
44-11
BOOL
Limit switch OPEN
R
44-12
BOOL
Limit switch CLOSED R
44-13
BOOL
Torque sw. OPEN
R
44-14
BOOL
Torque sw. CLOSED
R
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
0 : Off
1 : Adaptive I
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0.1 %]
Max = 1000 [0.1 %]
Min = 0 [0,1 %]
Max = 1000 [0,1 %]
Min = 0 [0,1 %]
Max = 1000 [0,1 %]
Setting the adaptive behaviour
of the positioner
R
Operation command
Running OPEN
Running CLOSE
Setpoint position reached
Limit switch OPEN
Limit switch CLOSED
Torque switch OPEN
Torque switch CLOSED
Table 78: Positioner
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 18 bytes
52-1
enum Adaptive behaviour
52-2
U16
Setpoint position
R
52-3
U16
Actual position
R/W
52-4
U32
Outer dead band
R
52-5
U32
Outer dead b. OPEN
R
52-6
U32
Outer dead b. CLOSE R
78
0
Setpoint position
Actual position
Outer dead band
Outer dead b. OPEN
Outer dead b. CLOSE
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Appendix
No.
52-7
Type
U32
Parameters
Inner dead b. OPEN
Access Default
R
Setting value
Min = 0 [0,1 %]
Max = 1000 [0,1 %]
Min = 0 [0,1 %]
Max = 1000 [0,1 %]
Explanation
Inner dead b. OPEN
52-8
U32
Inner dead b. CLOSE R
Access Default
Setting value
Erläuterung
R
Min = 0
Max = 3600
Min = 0
Max = 3600
Current on time/h
Einstellwert
Erläuterung
0 [0,0 %]
1000 [0,0 %]
0 [0,0 %]
1000 [0,0 %]
0
0
Process setpoint of PID controller
Setting value
Explanation
0 : Function not active
1 : Function active
Information for actuator identification within the plant (e.g. KKS
designation - Power Plant Classification system)
Bluetooth address (BD_ADDR)
of controls
Bluetooth address (BD_ADDR)
of the Bluetooth partner
Activate/deactivate Buetooth interface
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R/W
Min = 0
Max = 1023
Low limit setting of potentiometer signal range (monitoring the
potentiometer span)
Current voltage level difference
of the potentiometer.
Inner dead b. CLOSE
Table 79: On time monitoring
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 8 bytes
53-1
U32
On time/h
53-2
U32
Starts/h
R
Current starts/h
Table 80: Process controller
Nr.
Typ
Parameter
Data lenght= 8 Bytes
73-1
U16
Process setpoint
Zugriff
Default
R
73-2
U16
Actual process value
R
73-3
U32
Op. com. PID contr.
R
Actual process value of PID
controller
Op. com. PID contr.
Table 81: Bluetooth
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 62 bytes
54-1
S20
Device tag
Access Default
R/W
_GERAETETAG_
54-2
S20
Bluetooth address
R
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
54-3
S20
Bluetooth add.partner R
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
54-4
enum
Bluetooth
1
R/W
Table 82: Position transmitter
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 10 bytes
69-1
U16
Low limit Uspan
69-2
U16
Volt.level diff. potent.
R
69-3
U16
Raw val. pos. OPEN
R
610
Min = 0
Max = 1023
0
65535
Raw value end position OPEN
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Appendix
No.
69-4
Type
U16
Parameters
Access Default
Raw val. pos. CLOSED R
Setting value
0
65535
0
5000 [mV]
Explanation
Raw value end position
CLOSED
69-5
U16
Potent. raw value /mV R
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
Min = 0
Max = 126
0 : 12 Mbit/s
1 : 6 Mbit/s
2 : 3 Mbit/s
3 : 1.5 Mbit/s
4 : 500 kbit/s
5 : 187.5 kbit/s
6 : 93.75 kbit/s
7 : 45.45 kbit/s
8 : 19.20 kbit/s
9 : 9.6 kbit/s
15 : Not available
0 : Baud search
1 : Baud control
2 : DP control
0 : Wait Prm
1 : Wait Cfg
2 : Data Ex
0 : GC Clear inactive
1 : GC Clear active
0 : Data length 0 inactive
1 : Data length 0 active
0 : GC Freeze inactive
1 : GC Freeze active
0 : GC Sync inactive
1 : GC Sync active
Profibus DP channel 1; current
slave address
Access Default
Setting value
Erläuterung
R
Min = 0
Max = 126
0 : 12 Mbit/s
1 : 6 Mbit/s
2 : 3 Mbit/s
3 : 1.5 Mbit/s
4 : 500 kbit/s
5 : 187.5 kbit/s
6 : 93.75 kbit/s
7 : 45.45 kbit/s
8 : 19.20 kbit/s
9 : 9.6 kbit/s
15 : Not available
Profibus DP channel 2; current
slave address
Potentiometer raw value /mV
Table 83: Profibus DP1
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 15 bytes
56-1
U8
DP1 slave address
56-2
enum
DP1 baud rate
55-3
enum
DP1 watchdog status R
55-4
enum
DP1 Profibus status
R
55-5
enum
DP1 GC clear
R
55-6
enum
DP1 data length 0
R
55-7
enum
DP1 GC freeze
R
55-8
enum
DP1 GC sync
R
R
Profibus DP channel 1; baud
rate
Profibus DP channel 1; watchdog status
Profibus DP channel 1; Profibus
status
Profibus DP channel 1; Global
Control Clear
Profibus DP channel 1; data
length 0
Profibus DP channel 1; Global
Control Freeze
Profibus DP channel 1; Global
Control Sync
Table 84: Profibus DP2
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 15 bytes
56-1
U8
DP2 slave address
56-2
80
enum
DP2 baud rate
R
Profibus DP channel 2: baud
rate
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Appendix
No.
56-3
Type
enum
Parameters
Access Default
DP2 watchdog status R
Setting value
0 : Baud search
1 : Baud control
2 : DP control
0 : Wait Prm
1 : Wait Cfg
2 : Data Ex
0 : GC Clear inactive
1 : GC Clear active
0 : Data length 0 inactive
1 : Data length 0 active
0 : GC Freeze inactive
1 : GC Freeze active
0 : GC Sync inactive
1 : GC Sync active
Erläuterung
Profibus DP channel 2; watchdog status
56-4
enum
DP2 Profibus status
R
56-5
enum
DP2 GC clear
R
56-6
enum
DP2 data length 0
R
56-7
enum
DP2 GC freeze
R
56-8
enum
DP2 GC sync
R
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
Min = 0
Max = 1
0 : None
1 : Channel 1
2 : Channel 2
0 : None
1 : Channel 1
2 : Channel 2
3151 : 0x0C4F
3261 : 0x0CBD
3191 : 0x0C77
0 : None
1 : DP-V2 (SR)
4 : DP-V2 (FR)
2 : AUMA redundancy I
3 : AUMA redundancy II
0 : Deactivated
1 : Activated
0 : Deactivated
1 : Activated
DP-V1 control active
Profibus DP channel 2: Profibus
status
Profibus DP channel 2: Global
Control Clear
Profibus DP channel 2; data
length 0
Profibus DP channel 2: Global
Control Freeze
Profibus DP channel 2; Global
Control Sync
Table 85: Profibus details
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 16 bytes
57-1
BOOL DP-V1 control
57-2
BOOL
DP-V1 active
R
57-3
BOOL
Channel 1 active
R
57-4
BOOL
Channel 2 active
R
57-5
enum
Primary
R
57-6
enum
Backup
R
57-7
enum
Profibus ID no.
R
3151
57-8
enum
Redundancy
R/W
0
57-9
enum
DP-V1 (SetPrm)
R
57-10
enum
Alarms (SetPrm)
R
DP-V1 connection active
Channel 1 is the active operation command channel
Channel 2 is active operation
command channel
Primary
Backup
Profibus ID no.
Redundancy
DP-V1 function in the parameter
telegram (SetPrm)
Signalling alarms in the parameter telegram (SetPrm)
81
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Appendix
No.
57-11
Type
enum
Parameters
Access Default
Redundancy (SetPrm) R
Setting value
0 : Deactivated
1 : Activated
57-12
enum
Behaviour Tx
0 : Tx active channel
1 : Tx both channels
R
0
Explanation
Activation of the redundancy
function in the parameter telegram (SetPrm)
Behaviour Tx
Table 86: FO
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 28 bytes
58-1
enum FOC level channel 1
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
0 : Chanel deactivated
1 : Level bad!
2 : Level critical, no Rx
3 : Level critical, Rx
4 : Level good, no Rx
5 : Level good, Rx
0 : Chanel deactivated
1 : Level bad!
2 : Level critical, no Rx
3 : Level critical, Rx
4 : Level good, no Rx
5 : Level good, Rx
Min = 0
Max = 1
0: Invalid
1: 9.6 kbit/s
2: 19.2 kbit/s
3: 38.4 kbit/s
4: 45.45 kbit/s
5: 57.6 kbit/s
6: 93.75 kbit/s
7: 115.2 kbit/s
8: 187.5 kbit/s
9: 500.0 kbit/s
10: 1500 kbit/s
11: 3000 kbit/s
12: 6000 kbit/s
13: 12000 kbit/s
FO cable receive level channel
1
58-2
enum
FOC level channel 2
R
58-3
U16
FOC RS-485 error
R
58-4
enum
FO cable baud rate
R
58-5
S20
FOC FPGA version
R
FO cable receive level channel
2
RS-485 format error of FOC
sub-assembly
FO cable baud rate
FO cables FPGA version
0
Table 87: Operational info total
No.
Type
Parameter
Data length = 80 bytes
59-1
U32
Motor running time
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Motor running time throughout
the lifetime
59-2
U32
Motor starts
R
59-3
U32
Thermal fault
R
59-4
U32
Torque fault CLOSE
R
59-5
U32
Torque fault OPEN
R
82
Number of motor starts
throughout the lifetime
Number of thermal faults
throughout the lifetime
Number torque faults CLOSE
throughout the lifetime
Number of torque faults OPEN
throughout the lifetime
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Appendix
No.
59-6
Type
U32
Parameter
Limit trip CLOSE
Access Default
R
59-7
U32
Limit trip OPEN
R
59-8
U32
Torque trip CLOSE
R
59-9
U32
Torque trip OPEN
R
59-10
U32
On time warning 1
R
59-11
U32
On time warning 2
R
59-12
U32
System starts
R
59-13
I32
Max. temp. controls
R
59-14
I32
Min. temp. controls
R
59-15
I32
Max. temp. motor
R
59-16
I32
Min. temp. motor
R
59-17
I32
Max. temp. gearbox
R
59-18
I32
Min. temp. gearbox
R
59-19
I32
Max. temp. MWG
R
59-20
I32
Min. temp. MWG
R
Setting value
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Explanation
Number of limit switch CLOSE
trippings throughout the lifetime
Number of limit switch OPEN
trippings throughout the lifetime
Number of torque switch
CLOSE trippings throughout the
lifetime
Number of torque switch OPEN
trippings throughout the lifetime
Total number of all time intervals
throughout the lifetime during
which an on time warning was
indicated.
Max. time span during which an
on time warning was indicated.
Number of AUMATIC system
starts throughout the lifetime
Maximum temperature of controls
Minimum temperature of controls
Maximum temperature of motor
Minimum temperature of motors
Maximum temperature of gearbox
Minimum temperature of gearbox
Maximum temperature of MWG
Minimum temperature of MWG
Table 88: Operational info
No.
Type
Parameter
Data length = 82 bytes
60-1
U32
Motor running time
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Motor running time
60-2
U32
Motor starts
R
60-3
U32
Thermal fault
R
60-4
U32
Torque fault CLOSE
R
60-5
U32
Torque fault OPEN
R
60-6
U32
Limit trip CLOSED
R
60-7
U32
Limit trip OPEN
R
60-8
U32
Torque trip CLOSE
R
Number of motor starts
Number of thermal faults
Number torque faults CLOSE
Number of torque faults OPEN
Number of limit switch CLOSED
trippings
Number of limit switch OPEN
trippings
Number of torque switch
CLOSE trippings
83
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AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Appendix
No.
60-9
Type
U32
Parameter
Torque trip OPEN
Access Default
R
60-10
U32
On time warning 1
R
60-11
U32
On time warning 2
R
60-12
U32
System starts
R
60-13
I32
Max. tem. controls
R
60-14
I32
Min. temp. controls
R
60-15
I32
Max. temp. motor
R
60-16
I32
Min. temp. motor
R
60-17
I32
Max. temp. gearbox
R
60-18
I32
Min. temp. gearbox
R
60-19
I32
Max. temp. MWG
R
60-20
I32
Min. temp. MWG
R
60-21
I16
Reset operating data
R/W
Setting value
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = 0 [s]
Max = 4294967295 [s]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Min = –100 [°C]
Max = +150 [°C]
Explanation
Number of torque switch OPEN
trippings
Total number of all time intervals
during which an on time warning
was indicated.
Max. time span during which an
on time warning was indicated.
Number of AUMATIC system
starts
Maximum temperature of controls
Minimum temperature of controls
Maximum temperature of motor
Minimum temperature of motor
Maximum temperature of gearbox
Minimum temperature of gearbox
Maximum temperature of MWG
Minimum temperature of MWG
Value = 1:Deleting operating
data
Table 89: Event report
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 10 bytes
61-1
U16
File size
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
548
Min = 0
Max = 1024
Min = 1000
Max = 65535
Min = 10
Max = 100
0 : Commands
1 : Parameterization
2 : Enable processes
3 : System events
4 : Simulation
File size of event report
61-2
U16
Save interval
R
50000
61-3
U16
Buffer size
R
50
61-4
enum
System event filter
R
31
84
Save interval for event data from
buffer
Max. number of events in the
buffer
The event filter for System
defines which system events are
to be recorded into the event
report.
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
No.
61-5
Type
enum
Parameters
Access Default
93223
Event filter for Events R
Appendix
Setting value
0 : PVST status
1 : Warnings
2 : Fault
3 : Not ready REMOTE
4 : Device status
5 : Configuration warning
6 : Out of specification
7 : Function check
8 : Maintenance required
9 : Failure
10 : Configuration error
11 : Hydraulics error
12 : Wrong oper. command
13 : Internal error
14 : Internal warning
15 : Fieldbus status
16 : Hydraulics warning
17 : Failure (Cfg)
18 : Fault (Cfg)
19 : Warnings (Cfg)
20 : Not ready REMOTE
(Cfg)
21 : Config. error REMOTE
22 : Collective signal 23
23 : SIL status
24 : Collective signal 25
25 : Collective signal 26
26 : Collective signal 27
27 : Collective signal 28
28 : FOC status
29 : Service 1
30 : Service 2
31 : Service 3
Explanation
The event filter for Events is
used to define which collective
signals are to be recorded into
the event report. As soon as the
memory is full, the oldest events
are overwritten.
85
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Appendix
Table 90: Characteristics
No.
Type
Parameters
Access Default
Data length = 62 bytes
65-1
S20
_ REF 1 _
Tag torque-position 1 R/W
65-2
S20
Tag torque-position 2 R/W
_ REF 2 _
65-3
S20
Tag torque-position 3 R/W
_ REF 3 _
65-4
U16
Interval position-time
10
R/W
Setting value
Min = 1 [s]
Max = 3600 [s]
Explanation
Tag for torque-position characteristic 1
Tag for torque-position characteristic 2
Tag for torque-position characteristic 3
Interval position-time
Table 91: Device temperatures
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 8 bytes
62-1
I16
Temp. controls
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
Min = -60 [C°]
Max = 150 [C°]
Min = -60 [C°]
Max = 150 [C°]
Min = -60 [C°]
Max = 150 [C°]
Min = -60 [C°]
Max = 150 [C°]
Temperature of the controls
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
0
0 : Off
1 : On
0 : Off
1 : On
0: Off
1: On
Version for explosion-proof applications
Access Default
Setting value
Explanation
R
1
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : None
1 : Potentiometer
2 : RWG
4 : MWG
0 : None
1 : Potentiometer
2 : RWG
4 : MWG
Target configuration of 'LC'
(Local Controls/ A9) electronics
sub-assembly
'LC' (Local Controls) electronics
sub-assembly (A9)
62-2
I16
Temp. control unit
R
62-3
I16
Temp. motor
R
62-4
I16
Temp. gearbox
R
Temperature of the control unit
Temp. motor
Temperature of the gearbox
Table 92: Controls version
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 4 bytes
63-1
enum Ex version
63-2
enum
Hydraulic version
R
0
63-3
enum
SIL version
R
0
Version for applications with hydraulic actuators
Table 93: Hardware equipment
No.
Type
Parameters
Data length = 44 bytes
64-1
enum LC (target)
64-2
enum
LC
R
0
64-3
enum
Logic (target)
R
1
64-4
enum
Logic
R
0
64-5
enum
Pos. transm. (target)
R
1
64-6
enum
Position transmitter
R
0
86
'Logic' (target configuration)
electronics sub-assembly (A2)
'Logic' electronics sub-assembly
(A2)
Target configuration of position
transmitter
Type of position transmitter
used
Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Profibus DP
Appendix
No.
64-7
Type
enum
Parameters
MCM (target)
Access Default
R
1
Setting value
0 : Not available
1 : Available
64-8
enum
MCM
R
0
0 : Not available
1 : Available
64-9
enum
PSO (target)
R
0
0 : Not available
1 : Available
64-10
enum
PSO
R
0
64-11
enum
I/O interface (target)
R
1
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : Not available
1 : Available
64-12
enum
Logic
R
0
64-13
enum
I/O interface 2 (target) R
0
64-14
enum
I/O interface 2
R
0
64-15
enum
Fieldbus (target)
R
0
64-16
enum
Ex version
R
0
64-17
enum
MWG (target)
R
0
64-18
enum
MWG
R
0
64-19
enum
FO cables (target)
R
0
64-20
enum
Redundancy (target)
R
0
64-21
enum
Redundancy
R
0
64-22
enum
FO cables
R
0
64-23
enum
FOC Ex (target)
R
0
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : Not available
1 : Available
0 : No fieldbus
1 : Profibus
2 : Available
0 : No fieldbus
1 : Profibus
2 : Available
0 : Not available
1 : Available
Explanation
Target configuration of 'MCM'
(Motor Control and Monitoring /
A52) electronics sub-assembly
'MCM' (Motor Control and Monitoring / A52) electronics subassembly
Target configuration of 'PSO'
(Power Supply Options ( A52.1)
electronics sub-assembly
'PSO' (Power Supply Options /
A52.1) electronics sub-assembly
Target configuration of 'I/O interface' electronics sub-assembly
(A1.0)
'Logic' electronics sub-assembly
(A2)
Target configuration of 'I/O interface 2' electronics sub-assembly
(A1.1)
'I/O interface 2' electronics subassembly (A1.1)
Target configuration of 'Fieldbus'
electronics sub-assembly (A1.8)
Version for explosion-proof applications
Target configuration of 'MWG'
(magnetic limit and torque
transmitter / B6) electronics subassembly
0 : Not available
'MWG' (magnetic limit and
torque transmitter / B6) electron1 : Available
ics sub-assembly
0 : Not available
Default configuration of 'FO
cables' electronics sub-as1 : Available
sembly
0 : Not available
Redundancy arrangement of
1 : Red. for line and loop fieldbus interface (hardware)
2 : Red. for line and loop
0 : Not available
Redundancy arrangement of
1 : Red. for line and loop fieldbus interface (hardware)
2 : Red. for line and loop
0 : Not available
Electronics sub-assembly 'FOC'
1 : Available
0 : Without FOC Ex
Target configuration of Ex elec1 : FOC Ex for line/star trical connection
2 : FOC Ex for ring
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Index
Index
A
Appendix
AUMA redundancy
B
Bus access
Bus address
58
40
6
10 , 45
C
Certification
Commissioning
Communication monitoring
Connection monitoring
Control Clear telegram
Corrective action
8
4, 8
18
18
18
53
D
Data interface description
Device Master Data (GSD)
Device types
Diagnostics
Directives
DP-V2 functions
20
8
7
54
4
44
F
Fail Safe telegram
Flying redundancy (FR)
Functionality
18
44
6
I
I & M functions
ID number
Input data
18
8
20
M
Maintenance
Multiport valve function
4
37
O
Operation
Output data
4
34
P
Parameters (tables)
Parameter setting
Process alarm
Process representation input
process representation output
Profibus DP-V1 index
Profibus DP-V1 slot
Protective functions
Protective measures
61
9
49
20
34
61
61
7
4
Q
Qualification of staff
R
Redundancy
88
4
40 , 44
S
Safety instructions
Safety instructions/warnings
Signals
Slave address
Standards
System redundancy (SR)
4
4
20
10 , 45 , 54
4
44
T
Technical data
Telegram
Time stamp
Time synchronisation
Transfer mode
Troubleshooting
56
9
46
46
6
53
U
User parameters
11
V
View Objects
61
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SIGUM A. S.
NO 1338 Sandvika
Tel +47 67572600
post@sigum.no
Solution Technique Contrôle Commande
DZ Bir Mourad Rais, Algiers
Tel +213 21 56 42 09/18
stcco@wissal.dz
A.T.E.C.
EG Cairo
Tel +20 2 23599680 - 23590861
contactus@atec-eg.com
SAMIREG
MA 203000 Casablanca
Tel +212 5 22 40 09 65
samireg@menara.ma
MANZ INCORPORATED LTD.
NG Port Harcourt
Tel +234-84-462741
mail@manzincorporated.com
www.manzincorporated.com
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AUMA worldwide
AUMA South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
ZA 1560 Springs
Tel +27 11 3632880
aumasa@mweb.co.za
AUMA Actuators Middle East
BH 152 68 Salmabad
Tel +97 3 17896585
salesme@auma.com
AUMA Malaysia Office
MY 70300 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Tel +606 633 1988
sales@auma.com.my
America
Mikuni (B) Sdn. Bhd.
BN KA1189 Kuala Belait
Tel + 673 3331269 / 3331272
mikuni@brunet.bn
Mustafa Sultan Science & Industry Co LLC
OM Ruwi
Tel +968 24 636036
r-negi@mustafasultan.com
AUMA Actuators (China) Co., Ltd
CN 215499 Taicang
Tel +86 512 3302 6900
mailbox@auma-china.com
www.auma-china.com
FLOWTORK TECHNOLOGIES
CORPORATION
PH 1550 Mandaluyong City
Tel +63 2 532 4058
flowtork@pldtdsl.net
PERFECT CONTROLS Ltd.
HK Tsuen Wan, Kowloon
Tel +852 2493 7726
joeip@perfectcontrols.com.hk
M & C Group of Companies
PK 54000 Cavalry Ground, Lahore Cantt
Tel +92 42 3665 0542, +92 42 3668 0118
sales@mcss.com.pk
www.mcss.com.pk
AUMA Argentina Rep.Office
AR Buenos Aires
Tel +54 11 4737 9026
contacto@aumaargentina.com.ar
AUMA Automação do Brazil ltda.
BR Sao Paulo
Tel +55 11 4612-3477
contato@auma-br.com
TROY-ONTOR Inc.
CA L4N 8X1 Barrie, Ontario
Tel +1 705 721-8246
troy-ontor@troy-ontor.ca
AUMA Chile Representative Office
CL 9500414 Buin
Tel +56 2 821 4108
aumachile@auma-chile.cl
Ferrostaal de Colombia Ltda.
CO Bogotá D.C.
Tel +57 1 401 1300
dorian.hernandez@ferrostaal.com
www.ferrostaal.com
Transcontinental Trading Overseas SA.
CU Ciudad Habana
Tel +53 7 208 9603 / 208 7729
tto@ttoweb.com
AUMA Región Andina & Centroamérica
EC Quito
Tel +593 2 245 4614
auma@auma-ac.com
www.auma.com
Corsusa International S.A.C.
PE Miraflores - Lima
Tel +511444-1200 / 0044 / 2321
corsusa@corsusa.com
www.corsusa.com
PT. Carakamas Inti Alam
ID 11460 Jakarta
Tel +62 215607952-55
auma-jkt@indo.net.id
AUMA INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED.
IN 560 058 Bangalore
Tel +91 80 2839 4656
info@auma.co.in
www.auma.co.in
ITG - Iranians Torque Generator
IR 13998-34411 Teheran
+982144545654
info@itg-co.ir
Trans-Jordan Electro Mechanical Supplies
JO 11133 Amman
Tel +962 - 6 - 5332020
Info@transjordan.net
AUMA JAPAN Co., Ltd.
JP 211-0016 Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa
Tel +81-(0)44-863-8371
mailbox@auma.co.jp
www.auma.co.jp
Control Technologies Limited
TT Marabella, Trinidad, W.I.
Tel + 1 868 658 1744/5011
www.ctltech.com
DW Controls Co., Ltd.
KR 153-702 Gasan-dong, GeumChun-Gu,,
Seoul
Tel +82 2 2624 3400
import@actuatorbank.com
www.actuatorbank.com
AUMA ACTUATORS INC.
US PA 15317 Canonsburg
Tel +1 724-743-AUMA (2862)
mailbox@auma-usa.com
www.auma-usa.com
Al-Arfaj Engineering Co WLL
KW 22004 Salmiyah
Tel +965-24817448
info@arfajengg.com
www.arfajengg.com
Suplibarca
VE Maracaibo, Estado, Zulia
Tel +58 261 7 555 667
suplibarca@intercable.net.ve
TOO “Armaturny Center”
KZ 060005 Atyrau
Tel +7 7122 454 602
armacentre@bk.ru
Asia
Network Engineering
LB 4501 7401 JBEIL, Beirut
Tel +961 9 944080
nabil.ibrahim@networkenglb.com
www.networkenglb.com
Petrogulf W.L.L
QA Doha
Tel +974 44350151
pgulf@qatar.net.qa
AUMA Saudi Arabia Support Office
SA 31952 Al Khobar
Tel + 966 5 5359 6025
Vinod.Fernandes@auma.com
AUMA ACTUATORS (Singapore) Pte Ltd.
SG 569551 Singapore
Tel +65 6 4818750
sales@auma.com.sg
www.auma.com.sg
NETWORK ENGINEERING
SY Homs
+963 31 231 571
eyad3@scs-net.org
Sunny Valves and Intertrade Corp. Ltd.
TH 10120 Yannawa, Bangkok
Tel +66 2 2400656
mainbox@sunnyvalves.co.th
www.sunnyvalves.co.th
Top Advance Enterprises Ltd.
TW Jhonghe City, Taipei Hsien (235)
Tel +886 2 2225 1718
support@auma-taiwan.com.tw
www.auma-taiwan.com.tw
AUMA Vietnam Hanoi RO
VN Hanoi
+84 4 37822115
chiennguyen@auma.com.vn
Australia
AUMA Actuators UAE Support Office
AE 287 Abu Dhabi
Tel +971 26338688
Nagaraj.Shetty@auma.com
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BARRON GJM Pty. Ltd.
AU NSW 1570 Artarmon
Tel +61 2 8437 4300
info@barron.com.au
www.barron.com.au
AUMA worldwide
91
AUMA Riester GmbH & Co. KG
P.O.Box 1362
DE 79373 Muellheim
Tel +49 7631 809 - 0
Fax +49 7631 809 - 1250
riester@auma.com
www.auma.com
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