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Manual MVK-MP
Manual for MVK-MP Modules
For Use with GSD Version 1 and HW/SW Version 1
Article No. 55274, MVK-MP DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4)
Article No. 55290, MVK-MP DO8 (DO8)
Article No. 55291, MVK-MP K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4 (DIO4)
Article No. 55292, MVK-MP AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4)
Article No. 55293, MVK-MP AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4)
Article No. 55307, MVK-MP DI8 (DI8)
Article No. 55308, MVK-MP DIO8 (DI8)
Article No. 55309, MVK-MP DIO8 (DIO8)
Imprint
Manual for MVK-MP Module, Article No. 55393
Version 3.2
Effective date 18/10/2012
Murrelektronik GmbH
Falkenstraße 3
D-71570 Oppenweiler
Fon +49 7191 47-0
Fax +49 7191 47-130
[email protected]
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Content
1. Important Information ..........................................................................................................................6
2. Configuration ........................................................................................................................................8
2.1 Power Supply ....................................................................................................................................8
2.1.1 Recommended Power Supply Units ...........................................................................................8
2.1.2 Cable Cross Sections .................................................................................................................8
2.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) ...............................................................................................9
2.2.1 Protection against Electrostatic Discharge .................................................................................9
2.2.2 Grounding ...................................................................................................................................9
2.2.3 Cable Routing ...........................................................................................................................10
2.2.4 Voltage Drops ...........................................................................................................................10
2.2.5 Separate Power Supplies .........................................................................................................10
2.2.6 Interference Suppression of Inductive Loads ...........................................................................10
2.2.7 Other Measures and Limits ......................................................................................................11
2.3 Replaceability ..................................................................................................................................12
3. Installation ...........................................................................................................................................13
3.1 Assembly .........................................................................................................................................13
3.1.1 Functional Earth .......................................................................................................................14
3.2 Connection Overview ......................................................................................................................15
3.2.1 DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4) Art.No. 55274 ........................................................................................15
3.2.2 DO8 (DO8) Art.No. 55290 ........................................................................................................15
3.2.3 K3 DO4(DO4) / DIO4(DIO4) Art.No. 55291 .............................................................................16
3.2.4 DI8(DI8) Art.No. 55307 .............................................................................................................17
3.2.5 DIO8(DI8) Art.No. 55308 ..........................................................................................................17
3.2.6 DIO8(DIO8) Art.No. 55309 .......................................................................................................17
3.2.7 AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292 .........................................................................................18
3.2.8 AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293 ..........................................................................................18
3.2.9 Connection of Digital Sensors and Actuators ...........................................................................19
3.2.10 Sensor Supply ........................................................................................................................19
3.2.11 Actuators ................................................................................................................................20
3.2.12 Diagnostic Input at Input Sockets ...........................................................................................20
3.2.13 Connection of Sensors/Actuators with Diagnostic Output ......................................................21
3.2.14 Cable Break Monitoring ..........................................................................................................21
3.2.15 Connection of Analog Sensors ...............................................................................................22
3.2.16 Using Analog Sensors 0 to 10 V ............................................................................................22
3.2.17 Using Analog Sensors 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA ...................................................................22
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3.2.18 Connection of Analog Actuators .............................................................................................23
3.2.19 Using Analog Actuators 0 to 10 V or 2 to 10 V .......................................................................23
3.2.20 Using Analog Actuators 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA .................................................................24
3.3 Connection ......................................................................................................................................24
3.3.1 Connection of the Profibus .......................................................................................................24
3.3.2 Connection of Supply Voltage ..................................................................................................25
4. Setup ....................................................................................................................................................26
4.1 Assigning and Setting the Profibus Address ...................................................................................26
4.2 GSD File ..........................................................................................................................................26
4.3 Configuration ...................................................................................................................................27
4.3.1 Relation between Channel Number and Pin/Socket ................................................................27
4.3.2 Structure of Virtual Data Modules ............................................................................................28
4.3.3 Example ....................................................................................................................................31
4.3.4 Structure of the I/O data MVK AO4 (I) Art. No. 55292 .............................................................32
4.3.5 Structure of the I/O Data MVK AI4(U) Art. No. 55293 ..............................................................34
4.4 Parameterization .............................................................................................................................36
4.4.1 How to code functions with more than two options ..................................................................37
4.4.2 Parameterization of the General Diagnostic Messages ...........................................................37
4.4.3 Parameterization of the Data Format .......................................................................................37
4.4.4 Parameterization of Smoothing (AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293) ....................................37
4.4.5 Parameterization Functionality of Channels 00 to 07 (Pin 4) ...................................................37
4.4.6 Parameterization Functionality of Channels 10 to 17 (Pin 2) ...................................................38
4.4.7 Parameterization Functionality of Analog Channels 00 to 03 ..................................................39
4.4.8 Parameterization Safe States of the Digital Outputs ................................................................39
4.4.9 Structure of standard-specific parameters (Byte 0 to 6) ...........................................................39
4.4.10 Structure of User Parameters .................................................................................................39
4.4.11 Example: Configuration of the MVK-MP with the S7 Hardware Manager ..............................40
5. Diagnostic............................................................................................................................................43
5.1 LED General Information ................................................................................................................43
5.2 LED Display.....................................................................................................................................43
5.2.1 MVK-MP DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4) Art.No. 55274 .........................................................................44
5.2.2 MVK-MP DO8 (DO8) Art.No. 55290 .........................................................................................44
5.2.3 MVK-MP K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55291 ............................................................44
5.2.4 MVK-MP AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292 ..........................................................................45
5.2.5 MVK-MP AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293 ..........................................................................45
5.2.6 MVK-MP DI8 (DI8) Art.No. 55307 ............................................................................................46
5.2.7 MVK-MP DIO8 (DI8) Art.No. 55308 .........................................................................................46
5.2.8 MVK-MP DIO8 (DIO8) Art.No. 55309 .......................................................................................46
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5.3 Structure of a Diagnostic Message .................................................................................................47
5.3.1 Byte 0 to 5: Standard Diagnostic Information ...........................................................................47
5.3.2 Device-related Diagnostics Bytes 6 to 7 ...................................................................................49
5.3.3 ID-related diagnostic bytes 8 to 9 .............................................................................................51
5.3.4 Byte 10 to 12 and following: Channel-related diagnostic .........................................................51
5.3.5 Possible channel-related diagnostics .......................................................................................53
6. Technical Data.....................................................................................................................................54
6.1 Data sheet .......................................................................................................................................54
6.1.1 Mechanical data .......................................................................................................................54
6.1.2 Electrical data ...........................................................................................................................58
Accessories .............................................................................................................................................68
User Parameter .......................................................................................................................................69
Glossary ...................................................................................................................................................72
Legal Provisions .....................................................................................................................................74
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1. Important Information
Explanation of Symbols
This manual contains important information that has to be observed in order to guarantee safety and
avoid material damage. This information is specially marked and illustrated as follows:
This symbol refers to important information.
CAUTION!
The hazard warning symbol refers to instructions that if not observed, may cause
damage to equipment and other objects or, if appropriate precautions are not
taken, may result in danger to the user's health or life.
Info texts refer to accessories.
Designated Use
Read this manual carefully before starting the equipment and keep it in a place that is accessible at any
time for all users.
The products described in this manual were developed, manufactured, tested, and documented under
strict compliance with safety standards. The equipment poses no danger to operating peronnel or
material if the handling instructions are complied with. The products meet the requirements of the EMC
directive (89/336/EEC) and the machine directive (98/37/EEC) "Safety component".
The products are designed for use in industrial environments. A characteristic of the industrial
environment is that the consumers are not directly connected to the public low voltage system.
Additional precautions are required for use in residentail, business, and commercial applications.
Troublefree and safe functioning of the product can only be assured through proper transportation,
storage, installation, assembly, and operation with proper care and attention.
The designated operation of the equipment is only guaranteed with complete installation of the housing.
Good chemical and oil resistance.
When using aggressive mediums, material resistance based on application must
be checked.
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The power supply must meet the SELV or PELV standards. Power supplies according to EN 61558-26 (transformer) or EN 60950-1 (switch mode power supply) meet these requirements.
System configuration, installation, startup, maintenance, and testing of devices may only be performed
by an accredited, trained electrician familiar with automation technology safety standards.
Current safety and accident prevention laws valid for a specific application must be observed in the
configuration, installation, setup, maintenance and testing of the equipment.
Only cables and accessories are allowed that meet the requirements and regulations for safety,
electromagnetic compatibility and, where applicable, telecommunication transmission equipment and
specifications.
Information regarding which cables and accessories are approved for the installation can be obtained
from your local Murrelektronik branch office, and may also be found in this manual.
Qualified Personnel
Requirements to be met by qualified personnel are based on qualification profiles described in ZVEI and
VDM guidelines.
Only qualified electricians that are familiar with the contents of this manual may install and service the
products described: "Weiterbildung in der Automatisierungstechnik" (Further Training in Automation
Engineering), published by ZVEI and VDMA in the Maschinenbau-Verlag, P.O.Box 710864 in D-60498
Frankfurt, Germany.
These are specialists who are capable of assessing the work to be done and the possible dangers on
account of their technical training, knowledge, experience, and konwledge of the relevant standards; or
who have an identical level of knowledge equivalent to technical training since they have worked in the
same area for many years.
Interventions in the hardware and software of our products, if not described in this manual, may only be
carried out by Murrelektronik specialists.
Unqualified alteration of hardware or software, or disregard of the warnings given
in this manual, may result in personal injury or serious damage to property.
Safety-requirements for module 55291 are to be find in manual „Safety Category
Instructions 3 PL d nach EN ISO 13849-1“ Art-No. 55499.
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SELV:Separated or safety extra-low voltage
PELV: Protected extra-low voltage
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2. Configuration
2.1 Power Supply
Bus modules require a direct-voltage power supply of typically 24 VDC (SELV/PELV) which must
comply with the regulations of conventional industrial power-utility companies.
In order to optimize interference immunity, we advise you to power sensors, bus,
and actuators from different sources. The power supply should be primary
switched-mode or regulated power supplies.
The output of the power supply units depends on the number of connected electrical consumers and
their output.
In any case, it must be ensured that the system voltage does not drop below 18 V
DC viewed from the system power supplies and measured at the remotest slave.
System response becomes unspecific if sensor and bus power supply drop below
18 V DC.
Primary switched-mode power supply units normally permit an increase in output
voltage to the amount of the rated voltage in order to compensate for any power
losses.
Modules with digital inputs support the direct connection of commercially available sensors. A separate
power supply may be necessary for the sensors if the total power required is high due to the number of
slaves or a high power draw of the sensors.
2.1.1 Recommended Power Supply Units
Primary switched-mode power supply units from Murrelektronik are specially designed to power
automation systems. For this reason, we recommend them to power the modules.
Please refer to our catalog or to:
www.murrelektronik.com
2.1.2 Cable Cross Sections
The max. cable cross section is 1.5 mm². It is limited to this max. diameter by the 7/8" plug.
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2.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This device meets the requirements of EC Directive 2004/108/EEC "Electromagnetic
Compatibility".
The device is Class A equipment. It may cause radio-frequency interferences in
residential areas. In this case, the operator may be required to implement adequate
countermeasures.
The devices described in this manual each meet the relefant standards for electromagnetic
compatibility. However, this does not mean that their electromagnetic compatibility is still guaranteed
when installed in a plant or machine.
For this reason, we urgently advise you to comply with the instructions on installation in accordance with
EMC requirements below. Only then can you assume that the overall system complies with EMC
requirements, provided CE-marked components are used exclusively.
2.2.1 Protection against Electrostatic Discharge
The products described in this manual contain complex semiconductor components which may be
destroyed or damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Damage does not necessarily lead to immediate, detectable failure, or malfunction. These states may
be even delayed, or occur sporadically.
The generally accepted safety precautions for ESD sensitive devices must be observed when handling
the devices. The following precautions must be taken:
Never plug or unplug connectors while the equipment is under power.
If you are an operator, discharge any static charge you may be carrying just before
you touch the equipment. For example, you can touch a grounded part of the
machine, or wear an ESD discharge strap that is permanently connected to
ground.
2.2.2 Grounding
A short low-impedance connection (max. 10 cm) between the grounding point and the reference ground
is essential to divert interference voltages running between the device and reference ground.
The inductivity of standard FE conductors is a high impedance for high-frequency interference voltages.
For this reason, the use of grounding straps is advisable. If this is not possible, a fine-wire FE conductor
should be selected with the largest possible cross section, and the connection to ground should be kept
as short as possible.
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2.2.3 Cable Routing
You can avoid EMC problems by observing elementary basic rules of cable routing:
 Route data lines as far as possible away from power lines.
 Route data lines and power lines at least 10 cm apart.
 Intersect data and power lines at right angles only.
 Route data and power lines in separate, shielded compartments.
 Remember the interference potential of other devices or lines when routing the cables.
 Place frequency converters, motor lines, and other devices and lines that emit highfrequency intereference at the greatest possible distance.
2.2.4 Voltage Drops
Short-term voltage drops normally do not pose operational problems as the electronics are protected by
capacitors integrated in the power circuits. This does not apply to the power supply of the sensors and
actuators connected to the module. Their high power requirement cannot be covered by the capacitors
integrated in the device. For this reason, even transient interruptions of the actuator supply can result in
undesirable switching operations.
Due to the integrated input filter, a change in the input signal of less than 1 ms does not cause a change
of the input state signaled to the Master. Longer interruptions of the sensor supply may cause changes
of the input signal.
2.2.5 Separate Power Supplies
Sensors or actuators can be powered by a common power supply unit. However, it is preferable to use
separate power supplies in order to maximize the electromagnetic compatibility of the overall system.
2.2.6 Interference Suppression of Inductive Loads
The outputs of the devices described in this manual have an integrated protective circuit that provides
safety against high-energy interference voltages, such as those that occur when inductive consumers
are switched.
Bipolar suppressor diode
Inductive Load
(e.g. magnectic valve)
Fig. 1: Interference Suppression of Inductive Loads
A suppressor diode helps to quickly reduce the energy stored in the inductive load of a magnetic field.
Contrary to varistors, suppression with suppressor diodes offer two important advantages:

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The high voltages that occur when inductive loads are shut down result in strong fields in the cables
with consequential faults in adYescent circuits or devices. Therefore we recommend for large distances
between module output and load or for possible other reasons, an additional suppression of the
inductive load. This causes the voltage spike generated by the inductive load to be short-circuited at the
source.
Murrelektronik offers a wide selection of interference suppression components.
Please refer to our catalog or to:
www.murrelektronik.com
2.2.7 Other Measures and Limits
In some system configurations, the requirements for interference emission and immunity from
interference can only be met with additional measures, or even not at all. In these cases, the EMC
within the system is also dependent on the signle components of other manufacturers.
 Mains filters are a suitable means of reducing line-conducted interference.
 Various manufacturers offer optical-fiber converters. This data transmission technology
is basically immune to EMC interferences. However, this does not apply to the
electronic conversion circuits. For this reason, the use of optical fibers does not solve all
EMC problems.
Our certified test center will answer your questions regarding EMC. They will give
advice on guaranteeing compliance with the EMC directive for the system you
produce.
Murrelektronik Test Center,
Grabenstraße 27,
D-71570 Oppenweiler
Fon 07191 47-334,
Fax 07191 47-323,
[email protected]
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2.3 Replaceability
Some modules of the MVK-MP family are downward compatible. Single modules can be replaced
according to the hierarchy shown in the illustration. This reduces inventory: A module does not have to
be replaced by a device of identical design, but can also be replaced by other modules that offer at least
the same functionality. The adaptive software architecture of future products will also feature downward
compatibility, thereby assuring psare parts supply.
Replaceability
Modules that cannot be replaced:
MVK-MP DIO8(DIO8) 55309
MVK-MP DIO8(DI8) 55308
55292, 55293,
55274, 55290, 55291
MVK-MP DI8(DI8) 55307
MVK-MP DIO8 (DIO8), Art.No: 55309 can directly
replace all digital MVK-MP. This makes it suitable as
universal module for service works.
Fig. 2: MVK-MP Compatibility Hierarchy
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3. Installation
3.1 Assembly
225 +/- 0,5
208,5 +/-0,5
The MVK-MP modules can be directly mounted to a mounting wall or to a machine. The module
features two fixing holes for this purpose.
Before attaching the module, it must be assured that the mounting surface is smooth and flat to prevent
mechanical stress in the module housing.
Two screws with M6 thread and two U washers DIN 433 are required for assembly. The tightening
torque is 8 Nm.
9,5
3 mm
63 +/-0,5
Fig. 3: Fixing Centers, Mounting pitch
To ensure correct installation and improved heat dissipation we recommend
observing minimum spacing of 3 mm when assembling the modules.
For angled connectors minimum spacing of 50 mm is required.
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3.1.1 Functional Earth
The FE connection is located at the bottom of the module. The ground strap is pre-installed.
+ 0,2
M4
FE
1,2 -+ Nm
10,7- 1,8 lb-in

Max. 10 cm
> 2,5 mm²

FE connection (ground strap already connected)
Fig. 4: Functional Earth
Ensure a low impedance connection between the FE connection at the housing
and functional earth (see the information regarding EMC).
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3.2 Connection Overview
3.2.1 DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4) Art.No. 55274
3.2.2 DO8 (DO8) Art.No. 55290
Fig. 5: Pin Assignment and Overview Connections
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3.2.3 K3 DO4(DO4) / DIO4(DIO4) Art.No. 55291
Fig. 6: Pin Assignment and Overview Connections
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3.2.4 DI8(DI8) Art.No. 55307
3.2.5 DIO8(DI8) Art.No. 55308
3.2.6 DIO8(DIO8) Art.No. 55309
Fig. 7: Pin Assignment and Overview Connections
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3.2.7 AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292
3.2.8 AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293
Fig. 8: Pin Assignment and Overview Connections
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3.2.9 Connection of Digital Sensors and Actuators
2
1
5
4
3
Pin 1
+ 24 V
Pin 2
Function channel 1x
Pin 3
0V
Pin 4
Function channel 0x
Pin 5
FE
Sensor supply
Parameterizable channel or input or
output
Refernce potential
Parameterizable channel or input or
output
Ground
Fig. 9: Configuration of the M12 port
Modules with sockets that are only output (55274 socket 0-3 and 55290 socket 0-7)
do not supply +24 Volt on Pin 1. Pin 2 and Pin 4 are digital outputs that cannot be
parameterized as input.
Unused sockets have to be fitted with blind caps in order to ensure IP67
protection.
3.2.10 Sensor Supply
Sensors can be supplied via pin 1 (+24 V) and pin 3 (0 V) of the M12 sockets. The sensor supply of
each M12 socket is secured. This fuse automatically resets under 100mA. If the current is > 100mA, a
reset has to be done via the sensor supply. The max. current draw for the sensor supply is 200 mA for
each M12 socket. Please see the following derating diagram:
Derating Sensorversorgung (0.2A)
250
I / mA
200
150
100
50
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
T / °C
Fig. 10: Derating Sensor Supply
We recommend observing a cable diameter of min. 0.34mm² in order to ensure fast switching off in
case of short-circuit.
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3.2.11 Actuators
Each output can be loaded to a maximum of 1.6 A.
Derating
(1.6A)
3,5
3
2,5
I/A
2
1,5
1
0,5
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
T / °C
Fig. 11: Derating actuators
The total current may not exceed 9 A dur to the maximum current carrying
capacity of the power plug.
When looping through the actuator supply make sure that the total current of all
modules does not exceed 9 A.
Reverse polarity of the actuator voltage can damage the module.
The module may heat, depending on the load.
If an output is overloaded or short-circuited it is disabled. This output will remain
disabled even when the error was corrected. In order to reset the short-circuit
memory, the output must be switched off via the control.
We recommend not to exceed the following cable lengths in order to ensure fast switching off in case of
short-circuit.
max. 15m incoming cable 1.5mm² and max. 1.5m actuator cable 0.75 mm²
max. 10m incoming cable 1.5mm² and max. 3m actuator cable 0.75 mm²
3.2.12 Diagnostic Input at Input Sockets
Pin 2 of the M12 socket with digital signal can be parameterized as diagnostic input. If the signal 0V is
present at a diagnostic input, it will be inversely displayed in the process map. At the same time, a
channel-related diagnostic message "External Error" is generated via the DP diagnostic. The
corresponding LED lights up red. This makes it possible to display errors of external equipment at the
MVK-MP. Some suggestions are given in the following.
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3.2.13 Connection of Sensors/Actuators with Diagnostic Output
When sensors or actuators with diagnostic output are used (e.g. accoring to Desina standard), you can
also evaluate this diagnostic signal, and process and represent it in the controller or visualization unit
using a conventional I/O system.
In this case there will be no visual error display close to the defective sensor, which might also be
installed in a place not visible. The visual signal at the M12 socket of the MVK-MP facilitates thus onsite troubleshooting.
This helps to detect:
 Front surface damage
 defective electronics and
 wire break.
B
Fig. 12: Connection of Sensors/Actuators with Diagnostic Output
3.2.14 Cable Break Monitoring
With the M12 diagnostic adapter; Murrelektronik offers a simple tool for monitoring the M12 cables to
the sensors and actuators regarding cable breaks on the wires 1 and 2, in case you do not use Desina
sensors or actuators.
Fig. 13: Cable Break Monitoring
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3.2.15 Connection of Analog Sensors
The sensor supply is identical to the supply of digital modules.
1
4
2
5
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
3
+ 24 V / 0,2 A
A+
0V
0V
FE
Sensor supply
Signal input
Reference potential
Reference potential
Fig. 14: M12 Socket Assignment
Unused sockets have to be fitted with blind caps in order to ensure IP67
protection.
3.2.16 Using Analog Sensors 0 to 10 V
Sensors with signal 0 to 10 V can be directly connected to the analog voltage
input.
B
Fig. 15: Using Analog Sensors 0 to 10 V
3.2.17 Using Analog Sensors 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
Sensors with signals 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA have to be connected to the analog
voltage input via an M12 adapter (on the module) (art. no. 7000-42251-0000000).
B
Fig. 16: Using Analog Sensors 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
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3.2.18 Connection of Analog Actuators
Actuators can be supplied via pin 1 (+24V) and pin 3 (0V) of the M12 sockets. A FET per M12 socket
protects the actuator supply. The maximum current for the actuator supply is 1.6 A per M12 socket.
1
4
2
5
3
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
+ 24 V / 1,6 A
not connected
0V
A+
FE
Actuator supply
Reference potential
Analog output
Fig. 17: M12 Socket Assignment
Unused sockets have to be fitted with blind caps in order to ensure IP67
protection.
3.2.19 Using Analog Actuators 0 to 10 V or 2 to 10 V
Actuators with signals 0 to 10 V or 2 to 10 V have to be connected to the analog
voltage output via an M12 adapter (on the actuator) (art. no. 7000-42252-0000000).
Fig. 18: Using Analog Actuators 0 to 10 V or 2 to 10 V
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3.2.20 Using Analog Actuators 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
Actuators with signal 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA can be directly connected to the
analog voltage output.
Fig. 19: Using Analog Actuators 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
3.3 Connection
3.3.1 Connection of the Profibus
Cables
The bus cable has to meet the EN 50170 Part 2 (Cable type A) standard. With multi-wired cables,
ferrule ends have to be applied. We recommend our pre-wired Profibus cables in order to ensure simple
and reliable wiring.
Please refer to information on accessories in chapter Accessories
Connection to MVK-MP
 Connect functional earth to the FE connection at the housing
 Connect incoming Profibus cable to the incoming bus connection 
 Connect the next Profibus cable to the continuing bus connection 
 or screw terminator onto the bus connection .
Both ends of a Profibus segment must be fitted with a terminal resistor.
Please refer to information on accessories in chapter Accessories.
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3.3.2 Connection of Supply Voltage
Reverse polarity of the power supply can damage the module. Therefore, we
recommend using pre-wired connectors from Murrelektronik.
Connecting Supply Voltage on the Module
The supply of actuators and sensors requires auxiliary power. The electronics of the MVK-MP are
supplied via the sensor supply.
The sensor supply voltage must not be deactivatable. It supplies the power for the
electronics.
The 7/8" plug is designed for a max. current of 9 A per pin. This has to be
considered when looping through the supply voltage.
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4. Setup
4.1 Assigning and Setting the Profibus Address
The Profibus address is set by means of two BCD switches directly on the MVK-MP. Allowable values
are between 0 and 99. Usually, the addresses 0 to 2 are assigned to the DP master. Therefore, we
recommend setting the addresses for the MVK-MP starting with address 3.
The preset address will be read in after the supply voltage is connected. Therefore,
a change of the address will only become effective after a voltage reset of the
module.
When assigning the address it must be ensured that each Profibus device gets a
clear and individual address.
4.2 GSD File
The operation of the equipment described in this manual requires a GSD file
MURR064A.* for digital modules
MURR09AD.* for analog modules
MURR09EB.* for safety module
The suffix of the file indicates the language version. The GSD files are available in six languages.
Language
*.gsd
*.gse
*.gsg
*.gss
*.gsf
*.gsi
*.gsp
Suffix
Default = English
English
German
Spanish
French
Italian
Portuguese
Tab. 1: GSD Files
The GSD file can be downloaded from the Murrelektronik homepage:
www.murrelektronik.de
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4.3 Configuration
The configuration of a Profibus DP slave is required for defining the quantity of I/O data and for
reserving the addresses in the control.
The MVK-MP is a compact device in the physical sense. In the DP system, however, it is considered a
modular system. This modular system consists of a "vitual" head module, which is followed by "virtual"
user data and "virtual" diagnostic modules.
First the head module is included in the configuration, same as in a modular set. Head modules always
have data length zero and are used to identify and parameterize the module. They are related to the
part no. of the corresponding MVK-MP. Please note that you can only add one head module, which has
always to be the first element in the configuration.
Now the user data modules can be connected to the head module in any required order. Each user data
module has a spefic data length (one or two bytes). To each of the user data module an individual
address can be assigned in the PLC's process image.
MVK-MP does not only offer the possibility of transferring diagnostic information in a DP diagnostic
telegram, it can also include this information into the cyclic data exchange same as the user data. This
is done via the diagnostic modules.
The advantages are:
 Access to the diagnostic information is given the same way, independently of the DP
master used.
 The diagnostic information is available in the process image and can quickly and easily
be evaluated.
 No inconvenient operation with special diagnostic function blocks required.
 In the process image of the control only as much memory in the I/O range is used as
necessary.
The MVK-MP uses the ID format described in IEC 61158.
4.3.1 Relation between Channel Number and Pin/Socket
By means of the channel number you can define the socket and the associated pin. Example: The
channel number is 12, this corresponds to Pin 2 (x=1) of socket no. 2 (Y=2).
Channel number = XY
X=0
X=1
Y = 0 to (No. of sockets)
X
Pin 4
Pin 2
Y
Number of socket
Tab. 2: Relation between Channel Number and Pin/Socket
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4.3.2 Structure of Virtual Data Modules
Same as for the MVK-MP, the I/O data are compiled from a list of virtual data modules. Depending on
the type of MVP, not all data modules may be available.
Virtual head modules
MVK-MP DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4) 55274
MVK-MP DO8(DO8) 55290
MVK-MP DI8(DI8) 55307
MVK-MP DIO8(DI8) 55308
MVK-MP DIO8(DIO8) 55309
MVK-MP AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) 55293
MVK-MP AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) 55292
MVK-MP K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4 (DIO4)
55291
Virtual user data modules
Inputs Pin 4
Inputs/Diagnostics Pin 2
Outputs Pin 4
Outputs Pin 2
Analog input 0
Analog input 1
Analog input 2
Analog input 3
Analog output 0
Analog output 1
Analog output 2
Analog output 3
Virtual diagnostic modules
Station diagnostics
Peripheral fault socket
Sensor supply short-circuit
Actuator shutdown Pin 4
Actuator shutdown Pin 2
Actuator warning Pin 4
Actuator warning Pin 2
Overvoltage
Cable break
Data width
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Data width
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
Data width
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Bit assignment
-
Identification
01hex 56hex
01hex 55hex
01hex 50hex
01hex 51hex
01hex 52hex
01hex 70hex
01hex 71hex
Bit assignment












Bit assignment









Identification
41hex 00hex 02hex
41hex 00hex 01hex
81hex 00hex 03hex
81hex 00hex 09hex
41hex 01hex 0Chex
41hex 01hex 0Dhex
41hex 01hex 0Ehex
41hex 01hex 0Fhex
81hex 01hex 12hex
81hex 01hex 13hex
81hex 01hex 14hex
81hex 01hex 15hex
Identification
41hex 00hex 04hex
41hex 00hex 05hex
41hex 00hex 06hex
41hex 00hex 07hex
41hex 00hex 0Ahex
41hex 00hex 08hex
41hex 00hex 0Bhex
41hex 00hex 10hex
41hex 00hex 11hex
01hex 53hex
Tab. 3: Structure of Virtual Data Modules
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Bit Assignment 
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
0
M12 Socket 0 Channel 00 (Pin 4)
3
M12 Socket 1 Channel 01 (Pin 4)
3
M12 Socket 2 Channel 02 (Pin 4)
3
M12 Socket 3 Channel 03 (Pin 4)
3
M12 Socket 4 Channel 04 (Pin 4)
M12 Socket 5 Channel 05 (Pin 4)
M12 Socket 6 Channel 06 (Pin 4)
M12 Socket 7 Channel 07 (Pin 4)
Fig. 20: Bit Assignment (1)
Bit Assignment 
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
0
M12 Socket 0 Channel 10 (Pin 2)
3
M12 Socket 1 Channel 11 (Pin 2)
3
M12 Socket 2 Channel 12 (Pin 2)
3
M12 Socket 3 Channel 13 (Pin 2)
3
M12 Socket 4 Channel 14 (Pin 2)
M12 Socket 5 Channel 15 (Pin 2)
M12 Socket 6 Channel 16 (Pin 2)
M12 Socket 7 Channel 17 (Pin 2)
Fig. 21: Bit Assignment (2)
Bit Assignment  Station Diagnostics
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Undervoltage sensor & bus supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
3
No actuator supply
External fault
Short-circuit at sensor
Actuator switch-off
Aktor warning
Analog Channel
4
Fig. 22: Bit Assignment (3)
3
4
Input module MVK-MP DI8 (DI8) Art. No. 55307 does not feature these diagnostics.
The different analog channel diagnostics (e.g. wire break) are combined in this bit and are only available with analog modules.
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Bit Assignment  Periphal Fault Socket and Sensor Supply
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
M12 Socket 0
5
M12 Socket 1
5
M12 Socket 2
5
M12 Socket 3
5
M12 Socket 4
5
M12 Socket 5
5
M12 Socket 6
5
M12 Socket 7
5
Fig. 23: Bit Assignment (4)
Bit Assignment  Analog Input 0 to 3
Byte
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
Bit
15 14 13 12 11
14
13
12
11
Value
VZ 2
2
2
2
10
10
2
9
9
2
8
8
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
Fig. 24: Bit Assignment (5)
Bit Assignment  Analog Output 0 to 3
Byte
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
Bit
15 14 13 12 11 10
10
Value
0
0
0
0
0
2
9
9
2
8
8
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
Fig. 25: Bit Assignment (6)
Bit Assignment  Wire Break and Over Voltage
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
M12 Socket 0 Channel 00
M12 Socket 1 Channel 01
M12 Socket 2 Channel 02
M12 Socket 3 Channel 03
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 26: Bit Assignment (7)
5
Module art. no. 55290 does not feature the diagnosis sensor supply, as it is only an output module.
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4.3.3 Example
The configuration software usually supports a visual configuration, so you don’t have to assemble the
configuration string yourself.
This configuration consists of an MVK-MP DIO8(DI8) 55308. The output data for pin 4, the station
diagnostics and diagnostic information for actuator disabling and actuator warning at pin 4 are to be
transferred to the process map in the cyclical data exchange.
 Head module selection.
MVK-MP DIO8(DI8) 55308
01hex 51hex
 Selection of the virtual modules in the required order.
Outputs Pin 4
Station diagnostics
Actuator switch-off Pin 4
Actuator warning Pin 4
81hex 00hex 03hex
41hex 00hex 04hex
41hex 00hex 07hex
41hex 00hex 08hex
 The configuration string looks like this (hexadecimal values):
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41 00 07
41 00 08
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4.3.4 Structure of the I/O data MVK AO4 (I) Art. No. 55292
The module has 11 Bit.
4.3.4.1.
Binary Representation of Analog Data
Bit assignment I/O Data (Intel format)
I/O Data
Word /
Channel
3
Byte
Bit
2
7
6
5
4
MSB
15
14
13
12
11
-
-
-
-
-
Value
Byte
1
3
LSB
MSB
2
1
0
LSB
10
9
8
7
6
10
2
9
2
8
2
7
2
2
0
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
2
4
2
3
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
0
0
Tab. 4: Bit assignment analog I/O data in Intel format
Bit assignment I/O data (Motorola format)
I/O Data
Word /
Channel
3
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte
2
7
6
1
5
4
MSB
MSB
7
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
3
LSB
15
2
0
-
2
1
0
LSB
6
-
5
-
4
-
3
2
-
10
2
1
0
9
2
2
8
0
Tab. 5: Bit assignment analog I/O data in Motorola format
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4.3.4.2.
Data Format MVK AO4(I) Art. No. 55292
Representation of analog values of input data 11 Bit.
Measuring value
hexadecimal
Measuring range
0..20 mA
binary
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x011 1111 1111
0xxx x001 1001 1001
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0199
0000
decimal
2047
1023
409
0
Range
Nominal Range
Tab. 6: Analog values MVK AO4(I) Art. No. 55292 in the range of 0 ... 20 mA
Representation of analog values of output data 11 Bit.
Measuring value
hexadecimal
Measuring range
4..20 mA
binary
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x010 1111 1111
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
02FF
0000
decimal
2047
767
0
Range
Nominal Range
Tab. 7: Analog values MVK AO4(I) Art. No. 55292 in the range of 4...20 mA
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4.3.5 Structure of the I/O Data MVK AI4(U) Art. No. 55293
The module has 15 Bit.
4.3.5.1.
Binary Representation of Analog Data
Bit assignment I/O Data (Intel format)
I/O Data
Word /
Channel
3
Byte
Bit
2
7
6
5
4
MSB
15
Value
14
Sign
13
14
12
13
2
11
12
2
11
2
2
Byte
1
3
LSB
MSB
2
1
0
LSB
10
9
8
7
6
10
2
9
2
8
2
7
2
2
0
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
2
4
2
3
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
0
0
Tab. 8: Bit assignment analog I/O data in Intel format
Bit assignment I/O data (Motorola format)
I/O Data
Word /
Channel
3
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte
2
7
6
1
5
4
MSB
LSB
MSB
7
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
3
2
Sign
0
2
1
0
LSB
6
14
2
5
4
3
2
13
12
11
10
2
2
2
2
1
0
9
2
2
8
0
Tab. 9: Bit assignment analog I/O data in Motorola format
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4.3.5.2.
Data Format MVK AI4(U) Art.Nr. 55293
Representation of analog values of input data 15 Bit.
Rang
Diagnostics
Over range
yes
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
0
Under range
-
Measuring range
0..10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
0111 1111 1111 1111 7FFF
decimal
32767
10 V
5V
0,0003mV
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
< 0V
0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
Tab. 10: Analog values MVK AI4(U) Art. No. 55293 in the range of 0...10 V
Representation of analog values of input data 15 Bit.
Range
Diagnostics
Over range
yes
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
0
Under range
-
Measuring range
2..10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
0111 1111 1111 1111 7FFF
decimal
32767
10 V
6V
2,0002V
2V
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
< 0V
0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
Tab. 11: Analog values MVK AI4(U) Art. No. 55293 in the range of 2...10 V
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4.4 Parameterization
The MVK-MP parameter message comprises 19 Bytes. The first 7 bytes are defined by Profibus
standard IEC 50170. The following 12 bytes are user parameter.
The majority of configuration tools divide user parameters into module-related and
station-related parameters that, as a general rule, appear in various dialogs in the
user interface of the configuration tool.
The reserved bytes 0 to 2 of the user parameters are station related parameters on
the MVK-MP.
All necessary settings are made via the module-related parameter starting from
byte 3 of the user parameters. These parameters are always assigned to the virtual
head module.
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4.4.1 How to code functions with more than two options
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions of
Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
4.4.2 Parameterization of the General Diagnostic Messages
Modules
AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4)
Art.No. 55292
AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4)
Art.No. 55293
Description
Diagnostic messages
Decimal
Release global diagnostic
Do not release global diagnostic
Report
Do not report
Report
Do not report
Report
Do not report
Report
Do not report
Channel diagnostic
Under voltage bus /
sensor supply
Under voltage
aktuator supply
No Aktuator supply
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Tab. 12: Parameterization of the general diagnostic messages
4.4.3 Parameterization of the Data Format
Modules
AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4)
Art.No. 55292
AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4)
Art.No. 55293
Description
Data format
Decimal
byte sequence high/low (Motorola)
byte sequence low/high (Intel)
Bit 0
0
1
Tab. 13: Parameterization of the Data Format
4.4.4 Parameterization of Smoothing (AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293)
Module
AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4)
Art.No. 55293
Description
Smoothing
Value
none
weak
moderate
strong
Bit 0
0
0
1
1
Bit 1
0
1
0
1
Tab. 14: Parameterization of Smoothing
4.4.5 Parameterization Functionality of Channels 00 to 07 (Pin 4)
Modules
DO4(DO4) DI4(DI4)
Art.No. 55274
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Normally open input
Normally closed input
Decimal
0
1
Bit 1
0
0
Bit 0
0
1
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DI8(DI8) Art.No. 55307
DIO8(DI8) Art.No. 55308
DIO8(DIO8) Art.No. 55309
AO4(I) DIO4 (DIO4)
Art.No. 55292
only channels 4 to 7
AI4(U) DIO4 (DIO4)
Art.No. 55293
only channels 4 to 7
K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4
(DIO4) Art.No. 55291
only channels 4 to 7
Description
Normally open input
Normally closed input
Normally open input
Normally closed input
Output
Normally open input
Normally closed input
Output
Normally open input
Normally closed input
Output
Normally open input
Normally closed input
Output
Normally open input
Normally closed input
Output
Decimal
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
Bit 1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
Tab. 15: Parameterization Functionality of Channels 00 to 07 (Pin 4)
4.4.6 Parameterization Functionality of Channels 10 to 17 (Pin 2)
DO4(DO4) DI4(DI4) Art.No. Normally open input
55274
Normally closed input
only channels 14 - 17
Diagnostics input
Normally open input
DI8(DI8) Art.No. 55307
Normally closed input
Diagnostics input
Normally open input
DIO8(DI8) Art.No. 55308
Normally closed input
Diagnostics input
Normally open input
Normally closed input
DIO8(DIO8) Art.No. 55309
Diagnostics input
Output
Normally open input
AO4(I) DIO4 (DIO4)
Normally closed input
Art.No. 55292
Diagnostics input
only channels 14 to 17
Output
Normally open input
AI4(U) DIO4 (DIO4)
Normally closed input
Art.No. 55293
Diagnostics input
only channels 14 to 17
Output
Normally open input
K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4
Normally closed input
(DIO4) Art.No. 55291
Diagnostics input
only channels 14 to 17
Output
Decimal
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Tab. 16: Parameterization Functionality of Channels 10 to 17 (Pin 2)
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4.4.7 Parameterization Functionality of Analog Channels 00 to 03
Decimal
0
1
2
3
1
2
Inactive
0 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA
Inactive
0 to 10 V
2 to 10 V
AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292
AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
0
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
1
0
Tab. 17: Parameterization Functionality of Analog Channels 00 to 03
4.4.8 Parameterization Safe States of the Digital Outputs
Signification
„0“ Output will be disabled (0 V)
„1“ Output will be enabled (24 V)
„last state“ Last state of output is remained.
Reserved
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Tab. 18: Parameterization Safe States of the Digital Outputs
4.4.9 Structure of standard-specific parameters (Byte 0 to 6)
Byte
Bit n
7
0
Lock
Req
6
Unlock
Req
5
4
Sync
Req
Free
Req
Selection
3
WD
On
2
res
1
res
0
res
1
2
3
4
5
6
Station status
WD_Fact_1
WD_Fact_2
MinTSDR
Ident_Number_High
Ident_Number_Low
Group_Ident
Fig. 27: Structure of standard-specific parameters (Byte 0 to 6
TWD (s) = 10ms  WD_Fact_1  WD_FACT_2. Time until response monitoring in the DP slave expires.
Time in Tbit: This time must elapse before the slave can respond. The standard requires at least value
11. This value must always be smaller than maxTSDR
4.4.10 Structure of User Parameters
The user parameters for all devices described in this manual are structured the same way. The modules
differ in their setting options, therefore, non-supported parameters are marked as reserved. Reserved
bytes must be written with zero.
In chapter user parameters you will find a table with all user parameters.
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4.4.11 Example: Configuration of the MVK-MP with the S7 Hardware
Manager
 You will find MVK-MP in the hardware catalog of the Simatic manager under "Additional Field
Devices" and "I/O".
Fig. 28: Configuration of the MVK-MP with the S7 Hardware Manager
 Mark "MVK-MP" and drag the entry to the Profibus string while keeping the left mouse button
depressed or by double clicking the Profibus string.
Fig. 29: Drag "MVK-MP" to the Profibus string
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 Select the appropriate head module (here: „MVK-MP DIO8(DI8) 55308“) from the hardware catalog
and always insert this head module in port 0 in the table.
Fig. 30: Select the appropriate head module
 The so-called "virtual modules" are listed under the head modules in the hardware catalog. Each of
these modules occupies one or two bytes input or output data. Insert the required data in the table
following the head module. Please note that, in addition to the user data, the diagnostic information can
also be entered in the process map in this manner.
Fig. 31: Insert the required data in the table
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 By double clicking the head module you a list box of all available parameters. Select the required
settings.
Fig. 32: List box of all available parameters by double clicking
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5. Diagnostic
5.1 LED General Information
Signification for Bus Run LED
Remedy
green Profibus - DP data exchange
-
No DP data exchange
Possible cause
Segment without supply.
Supply segment.
No address or invalid address set.
Set correct address.
The address set is already used.
Terminating resistor between master and
segment is switched on.
flashing
green
Wrong termination of the Profibus segment
Stub Lines
Baud rates up to 1.5 Mbit/s max. 6.6m
With higher baud rates, stub lines are not
admissible.
Off
Every Profibus segment must have an explicit and
unique address
When the terminal resistor of a Profibus plug is switched
on, the following segment is usually separated from the
Profibus. Check whether only the terminal resistors at
the end of the Profibus segment are switched on.
Both ends of a Profibus segment must be fitted with a
terminal resistor. With low baud rates the network can
apparently be operated despite wrong termination. This
may cause sporadic faults during operation.
If stub lines cannot be avoided, preferably use specific
“active” stub lines or repeaters. Please note that the
number of repeaters used in a segment is limited.
Please refer to the relevant documentation of the
repeater.
Extension of the Profibus segment is too
large.
For addmissible cable lengths see table.
Use repeaters for dividing large segments into several
segments.
Profibus firmware not yet initialized
Initializing the bus node may take some seconds
Tab. 19: LED General Information
Baud rate in kBit/s
Cable length in m
Baud rate in kBit/s
Cable length in m
9.6
1200
500
400
19.2
1200
1500
200
45.45
1200
3000
100
93.75
1200
6000
100
187.5
1000
12000
100
Tab. 20: Baud rates
5.2 LED Display
Channel-related diagnostics are displayed at the M12 socket via the LED assigned to this particular
channel. Four LEDs, located beside the BUS LED, display the state of the supply voltage. The following
tables show the relationship between cause of error and LED display. Please note the difference
between MVK-MP with parameterizable outputs and the MVK-MP DI8 (DI8) with no outputs and the
MVK-MP DO8 (DO8) with no inputs.
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5.2.1 MVK-MP DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4) Art.No. 55274
Error
LED on M12 socket
No. x
Channel 0x
Undervoltage bus & sensor
supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
Bus&sensor supply < 12V
No actuator supply
External fault (socket 4-7)
Short-circuit (socket 4-7)
Actuator shutdown (socket 0-3)
Actuator warning (socket 0-3)
Error
Power
Channel 1x UA
US
Red
UA
US
Red
Red
Red
Off
Off
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Tab. 21: Error displays MVK-MP DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4) Art.No. 55274
5.2.2 MVK-MP DO8 (DO8) Art.No. 55290
Error
LED on M12 socket
No. x
Channel
Channel
0x
1x
Undervoltage bus supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
Bus supply < 12V
No actuator supply
Actuator shutdown
Actuator warning
Error
Power
UA
US
UA
US
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Off
Off
Red
Red
Tab. 22: Error displays MVK-MP DO8 (DO8) Art.No. 55290
5.2.3 MVK-MP K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55291
Status
Bus & sensor supply OK (>18V)
UA actuator supply OK (>18V)
Bus & sensor supply <18V
UA actuator supply <18V
Bus & sensor supply < 12V
No UA actuator supply (<12V)
UA1 actuator supply OK (>18V)
UA2 actuator supply OK (>18V)
No UA1 actuator supply (<12V)
No UA2 actuator supply (<12V)
Power
UA1
UA2
Error
US
UA
Power
US
Green
UA
Green
Red
Red
Red
Off
Off
Green
Green
Off
Off
Tab. 23: Status displays MVK-MP K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55291
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Error
LED on M12
socket No. x
Channel Channel
0x
1x
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
External fault
Short-circuit (sensor supply)
Actuator shutdown
Actuator warning
Tab. 24: Error displays MVK-MP K3 DO4 (DO4) / DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55291
5.2.4 MVK-MP AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292
Error
LED on M12 socket
No. x
Channel
Channel
0x
1x
Undervoltage bus & sensor
supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
Bus&sensor supply < 12V
No actuator supply
External fault
Short-circuit (sensor supply)
Actuator shutdown
Actuator warning
Wire break
Error
UA
US
Power
UA
US
Red
Red
Red
Red
Off
Off
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Tab. 25: Error displays MVK-MP AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292
5.2.5 MVK-MP AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293
Error
LED on M12
socket No. x
Channel Channel UA
0x
1x
Undervoltage bus & sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
Bus&sensor supply < 12V
No actuator supply
External fault
Short-circuit (sensor supply)
Actuator shutdown
Actuator warning
Over voltage
6
Wire break
Error
US
Power
UA
US
Red
Red
Red
Red
Off
Off
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Tab. 26: Error displays MVK-MP AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293
6
Only measuring range 2 to 10V
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5.2.6 MVK-MP DI8 (DI8) Art.No. 55307
Error
LED on M12 socket
No. x
Channel
Channel
0x
1x
Undervoltage bus & sensor
supply
Bus&sensor supply < 12V
No actuator supply
External fault
Short-circuit (sensor supply)
Error
UA
Power
US
UA
US
Red
Red
Off
Off
Red
Red
Red
Tab. 27: Error displays MVK-MP DI8 (DI8) Art.No. 55307
5.2.7 MVK-MP DIO8 (DI8) Art.No. 55308
5.2.8 MVK-MP DIO8 (DIO8) Art.No. 55309
Error
Undervoltage bus & sensor
supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
Bus&sensor supply < 12V
No actuator supply
External fault
Short-circuit (sensor supply)
Actuator shutdown
Actuator warning
LED on M12 socket
No. x
Channel
Channel
0x
1x
Error
UA
Power
US
UA
US
Red
Red
Red
Red
Off
Off
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Tab. 28: Error display MVK-MP DIO8 (DI8) Art.No. 55308 / MVK-MP DIO8 (DIO8) Art.No. 55309
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5.3 Structure of a Diagnostic Message
Diagnostic information comprises standard diagnostic information (6 bytes) and manufacturer-specific
diagnostic information.
5.3.1 Byte 0 to 5: Standard Diagnostic Information
Byte 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.station_non_existent
This bit is set by the DP master if this DP slave is not accessible (for sum
diagnosis). The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.station_not_ready
This bit is set by the DP slave, if the SP slave is not yet ready for data
exchange.
Diag.cfg_Fault
This bit is set by the DP slave, if the configuration data previously received
from the master do not match the configuration data ascertained by the DP
slave.
Diag.ext_diag
This bit indicates that a diagnostic entry is present in the slave-specific
diagnosis area (Ext_Diag_Data).
Diag.not supported
This bit is set by the DP slave as soon as a function not supported by the DP
slave is requested.
Diag. Invalid slave response
This bit is set by the DP master as soon as an implausible response is
received from an addressed DP slave. The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.prm_fault
This bit is set by the DP slave if there was an error in the previous parameter
telegram, e.g. incorrect length, incorrect ID number, invalid parameters.
Diag.master_lock
The DP slave was parameterized by another master. This bit is set by the
master, if the address in Byte 3 is not equal to FFhex and is not equal to its
own address. The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Fig. 33: Byte 0 Standard Diagnostic Information
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Byte 1
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.Prm_req
If the DP-Slave sets this bit, the slave must be parametered and configured again. The bit
remains set until parameter setting has been completed.
Diag.Stat_diag
If the DP-Slave sets this bit, the DP-Master must keep retrieving diagnosis data until this bit
is again deleted. The DP-Slave sets this bit, e.g. when it cannot make valid user data
available.
fest auf 1 (fixed to 1)
Diag.WD_ON
If this bit is set to 1, the response monitoring is active.
Diag.freeze_mode
This bit is set by the DP-Slave as soon as it receives a Freeze command.
Sync_mode
This bit is set by the DP-Slave as soon as it receives a Sync command.
Diag.Not_Present
This bit is set by the DP-Master for the DP-Slaves not included in the master parameter
block. The DP-Slave fixes this bit to zero.
Diag.deactivated
This bit is set by the DP-Master as soon as the DP-Slave is removed from the master
diagnosis block of the DP-Master. The DP-Slave always sets this bit to zero.
Fig. 34: Byte 1 Standard Diagnostic Information
Byte 2
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
0
Reserved
Diag.ext_overflow
If this bit is set, it means that more diagnosis information is available than stated in the
Ext_Diag_Data. The DP-Slave sets this bit, for example, when more channel diagnoses are
available than the DP-Slave can enter in its transmission buffer; or the DP-Master sets this
bit when the DP-Slave transmits more diagnosis information than the DP-Master can hold in
its diagnosis buffer.
Fig. 35: Byte 2 Standard Diagnostic Information
Byte 3
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.master_add
The address of the DP-Master who parametered this DP-Slave is entered in this byte. If a
DP-Slave has not been parametered by any DP-Master, the DP-Slave sets the address
FFhex in this byte
Fig. 36: Byte 3 Standard Diagnostic Information
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Byte 4
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
0
ID. number High byte
Fig. 37: Byte 4 Standard Diagnostic Information
Byte 5
7 6 5
4
3
2
1
0
ID. number Low byte
Fig. 38: Byte 5 Standard Diagnostic Information
5.3.2 Device-related Diagnostics Bytes 6 to 7
Byte 6 Device-related diagnostic – Header byte
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Block length in bytes, incl. header byte. Here : 02hex
Reserved for 00
Fig. 39: Byte 6 Device-related diagnostic – Header byte
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Byte 7 Device-related diagnostic
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltages Sensor & Bus supply
The sensor bus supply of the module is <18V. Connect or increase voltage.
Note line voltage drop and maximum values.
Under Voltage Actuator Supply8
The actuator supply of the module is <18V. Connect or increase voltage. Note
line voltage drop and maximum values.
No Actuator Supply
7
The actuator supply of the module is <12V. Connect or increase voltage. Note
line voltage drop and maximum values.
External Fault
Group diagnostic dependent of channel diagnostics. Correct channel-related
diagnostics.
Sensor Short Circuit
Group diagnostic dependent of channel diagnostics. Correct channel-related
diagnostics.
Actuator Shutdown
8
Group diagnostic dependent of channel diagnostics. Correct channel-related
diagnostics.
Actuator warning8
Group diagnostic dependent of channel diagnostics. Correct channel-related
diagnostics.
Analog channel8
Group diagnostic dependent of channel diagnostics. Correct channel-related
diagnostics.
Fig. 40: Byte 7 Device-related diagnostic
7
8
These diagnostics do not exist for input module MVK-MP DI8 (DI8) Art.No. 55307.
The different analog channel diagnostics (e.g. line breaks) are combined in this bit.
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5.3.3 ID-related diagnostic bytes 8 to 9
Byte 8 ID-related diagnostic - header byte
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Block length in bytes, incl. header byte. Here : 02hex
Reserved for 01
Fig. 41: Byte 8 ID-related diagnostic - header byte
Byte 9 ID-related diagnostic – ID Number
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ID number (MVK-MP set to 01hex)
Fig. 42: Byte 9 ID-related diagnostic – ID Number
5.3.4 Byte 10 to 12 and following: Channel-related diagnostic
Three bytes are assigned in the diagnostic message for each channel-related diagnostic. If, for
example, 5 channel-related diagnostics are available, a total of 5 x 3 = 15 bytes channel-related
diagnostic information.
Byte 10
ID number
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ID number 0…63 MVK-MP : 00hex
Reserved for 10
Fig. 43: Byte 10 ID number
Byte 11 Channel number
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Channel number 0…63
MVK-MP : 00..07(Pin 4) or 10..17(Pin 2)
Input/output
00 = reserved
01 = input
10 = output
11 = input/output
Fig. 44: Byte 11 Channel number
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Byte 12
Error type
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Error type (for explanation see Glossary, chapter 9)
01hex (01dez)…Short circuit (in sensor supply)
03hex (03dez) Over voltage
06hex (06dez)…Line break
17hex (23dez) Actuator warning
18hex (24dez) Actuator disable
1Ahex (26dez) …External error
Channel type
000 = reserved
001 = Bit
010 = 2 Bits
011 = 4 Bits
100 = Byte
101 = Word
110 = 2 Words
111 = reserved
Fig. 45: Byte 12 Error type
Diagnostic message
Short circuit (of sensor
supply)
Over voltage
Line break
Channel
Actuator warning
Actuator disable
External Error
Possible cause
Overload or short circuit of sensor
supply to 0V.
Measuring range of analog input
overshot
Defective cable. Only analog
inputs
Short circuit of output signal to
24V.
Overload or short circuit of output
signal to 0V.
Remedy
Check sensor cable or check
sensor regarding short circuit, if
necessary replacement.
Check sensor or connection to
sensor
Check sensor or connection to
sensor
Check wiring. Possibly sensor
plugged in actuator socket
Check wiring or actuator.
Check DESINA sensor and
Diagnostic acc. DESINA
DESINA cable, if necessary,
specification. 24V at Pin2 missing.
replace.
Tab. 29: Diagnostic messages
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5.3.5 Possible channel-related diagnostics
Sensor supply short circuit
External error
Channel
1. Byte 2. Byte 3. Byte
Channel
1. Byte 2. Byte 3. Byte
00 – Pin 4 So. 0
01 – Pin 4 So. 1
02 – Pin 4 So. 2
03 – Pin 4 So. 3
04 – Pin 4 So. 4
05 – Pin 4 So. 5
06 – Pin 4 So. 6
07 – Pin 4 So. 7
10 – Pin 2 So. 0
11 – Pin 2 So. 1
12 – Pin 2 So. 2
13 – Pin 2 So. 3
14 – Pin 2 So. 4
15 – Pin 2 So. 5
16 – Pin 2 So. 6
17 – Pin 2 So. 7
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
10 – Pin 2 So. 0
11 – Pin 2 So. 1
12 – Pin 2 So. 2
13 – Pin 2 So. 3
14 – Pin 2 So. 4
15 – Pin 2 So. 5
16 – Pin 2 So. 6
17 – Pin 2 So. 7
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
40hex
41hex
42hex
43hex
44hex
45hex
46hex
47hex
4Ahex
4Bhex
4Chex
4Dhex
4Ehex
4Fhex
50hex
51hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
Actuator disable
Channel
1. Byte 2. Byte 3. Byte
00 – Pin 4 So. 0
01 – Pin 4 So. 1
02 – Pin 4 So. 2
03 – Pin 4 So. 3
04 – Pin 4 So. 4
05 – Pin 4 So. 5
06 – Pin 4 So. 6
07 – Pin 4 So. 7
10 – Pin 2 So. 0
11 – Pin 2 So. 1
12 – Pin 2 So. 2
13 – Pin 2 So. 3
14 – Pin 2 So. 4
15 – Pin 2 So. 5
16 – Pin 2 So. 6
17 – Pin 2 So. 7
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
81hex
82hex
83hex
84hex
85hex
86hex
87hex
8Ahex
8Bhex
8Chex
8Dhex
8Ehex
8Fhex
90hex
91hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
4Ahex
4Bhex
4Chex
4Dhex
4Ehex
4Fhex
50hex
51hex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
Actuator warning
Channel
1. Byte 2. Byte 3. Byte
00 – Pin 4 So. 0
01 – Pin 4 So. 1
02 – Pin 4 So. 2
03 – Pin 4 So. 3
04 – Pin 4 So. 4
05 – Pin 4 So. 5
06 – Pin 4 So. 6
07 – Pin 4 So. 7
10 – Pin 2 So. 0
11 – Pin 2 So. 1
12 – Pin 2 So. 2
13 – Pin 2 So. 3
14 – Pin 2 So. 4
15 – Pin 2 So. 5
16 – Pin 2 So. 6
17 – Pin 2 So. 7
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
Overvoltage
Channel
00 –So. 0
01 –So. 1
02 –So. 2
03 –So. 3
80hex
81hex
82hex
83hex
84hex
85hex
86hex
87hex
8Ahex
8Bhex
8Chex
8Dhex
8Ehex
8Fhex
90hex
91hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
1. Byte 2. Byte 3. Byte
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
81hex
82hex
83hex
03hex
03hex
03hex
03hex
*
Line break
Channel
1. Byte 2. Byte 3. Byte
00 – So. 0
01 – So. 1
02 – So. 2
03 – So. 3
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
81hex
82hex
83hex
06hex
06hex
06hex
06hex
* - Nur Art.Nr.: 55292, 55293
Tab. 30: Possible channel-related diagnostics
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6. Technical Data
6.1 Data sheet
6.1.1 Mechanical data
6.1.1.1. DO4 (DO4) DI4(DI4) Art.No. 55274,
6.1.1.2.
DO8(DO8) Art.No. 55290,
6.1.1.3.
DI8(DI8) Art.No. 55307,
6.1.1.4.
DIO8(DI8) Art.No. 55308,
6.1.1.5.
DIO8(DIO8) Art.No. 55309,
6.1.1.6.
AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292,
6.1.1.7.
AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293
EMC
EN 61131-2
EN 61000-4-2 ESD ............................................
E EN 61000-4-3 RF-Field + GSM ......................
EN 61000-4-4 Burst ...........................................
EN 61000-4-5 Surge ..........................................
............................................................................
EN 61000-4-6 HF-asymmetrical ........................
EN 61000-4-8 magnet field 50 Hz ......................
EN 50081-1 interference strength ......................
............................................................................
Contact ± 4 kV, Air ± 8 kV
10 V/m
± 2 kV
asym./symm. ± 500 V (DC power input)
asym. ± 1 kV (signal connections)
10 V
30 A/m
QP 40 dBµV/m (30 - 230 MHz)
QP 47 dBµV/m (230 - 1000 MHz) Class A
Ambient conditions
Operating temperature ....................................... 0°C ... +55°C
Storage temperature .......................................... -25°C ... +70°C
Protection acc. EN 60529 .................................. IP 67
Materials
Housing ...............................................................
Addressing cap ...................................................
O-Ring cap ..........................................................
O-Ring M12 .........................................................
O-Ring 7/8“ ..........................................................
Light comb + ring.................................................
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PA 6-3-T
Viton, green
Viton, green
NBR, black
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Mechanical Environment
Vibration acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-6 .................. 5 – 58 Hz; const. Amplitude 1.5 mm
............................................................................ 58 – 500 Hz; const. acceleration 20 g
............................................................................Rate of frequency change: 1 Oct/min.
............................................................................Number of cycles: 10
............................................................................Function test during testing
Shock acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-27 .....................Shock shape: Half sinus
............................................................................Shock acceleration: 50g
............................................................................Shock duration: 11ms
............................................................................Directions 6 (positive and negative)
............................................................................Number of shocks per direction: 3
............................................................................Function test during testing
Connections
Supply cable .......................................................
Data cable ..........................................................
............................................................................
Outputs, inputs, and diagnostic inputs ...............
2 x Connector 7/8" female, male
2 x M12 connector 5 pole
(female, male, B-coded)
8 x 5 pole M12 connector (A coded)
Addressing cap M3 .............................................
M12 Round Plug Connectors ..............................
M6 fixing screw ...................................................
7/8'' round plug connector ...................................
0.3 Nm
0.6 Nm
8 Nm
1.5 Nm
Torques
Other
Dimensions (LxWxH) .......................................... 225 x 63 x 39 mm
Mounting clearance ............................................ 208.5 ±0.5 mm
Weight ................................................................ 760 g
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Mechanical data
6.1.1.1.
K3 DO4(DO4)/DIO4(DIO4) Art.No. 55291
EMC
EN 61131-2
EN 61000-4-2 ESD ............................................
E EN 61000-4-3 RF-Field + GSM ......................
EN 61000-4-4 Burst ...........................................
EN 61000-4-5 Surge ..........................................
............................................................................
EN 61000-4-6 HF-asymmetrical ........................
EN 61000-4-8 magnet field 50 Hz ......................
EN 50081-1 interference strength ......................
............................................................................
Contact ± 4 kV, Air ± 8 kV
10 V/m
± 2 kV
asym./symm. ± 500 V (DC power input)
asym. ± 1 kV (signal connections)
10 V
30 A/m
QP 40 dBµV/m (30 - 230 MHz)
QP 47 dBµV/m (230 - 1000 MHz) Class A
Ambient conditions
Operating temperature ....................................... 0°C ... +55°C
Storage temperature .......................................... -25°C ... +70°C
Protection acc. EN 60529 .................................. IP 67
Materials
Housing ...............................................................
Addressing cap ...................................................
O-Ring cap ..........................................................
O-Ring M12 .........................................................
O-Ring 7/8“ ..........................................................
Light comb + ring.................................................
zinc die cast, matt nickel coated
PA 6-3-T
Viton, green
Viton, green
NBR, black
PC
Mechanical Environment
Vibration acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-6 .................. 5 – 58 Hz; const. Amplitude 1.5 mm
............................................................................ 58 – 500 Hz; const. acceleration 20 g
............................................................................Rate of frequency change: 1 Oct/min.
............................................................................Number of cycles: 10
............................................................................Function test during testing
Shock acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-27 .....................Shock shape: Half sinus
............................................................................Shock acceleration: 50g
............................................................................Shock duration: 11ms
............................................................................Directions 6 (positive and negative)
............................................................................Number of shocks per direction: 3
............................................................................Function test during testing
Connections
Supply cable .......................................................
Data cable ..........................................................
............................................................................
Outputs, inputs, and diagnostic inputs ...............
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2 x Connector 7/8" female, male
2 x M12 connector 5 pole
(female, male, B-coded)
8 x 5 pole M12 connector (A coded)
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Torques
Addressing cap M3 .............................................
M12 Round Plug Connectors ..............................
M6 fixing screw ...................................................
7/8'' round plug connector ...................................
0.3 Nm
0.6 Nm
8 Nm
1.5 Nm
Other
Dimensions (LxWxH) .......................................... 225 x 63 x 39 mm
Mounting clearance ............................................ 208.5 ±0.5 mm
Weight ................................................................ 780 g
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6.1.2 Electrical data
6.1.2.1. DO4 (DO4) DI4 (DI4) Art.No. 55274
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
0x064A hex
Operating voltage UB ..........................................
Supply voltage range .........................................
Current consumption (without inputs) ................
Sensor supply ....................................................
Short-circuit protection for sensors ....................
............................................................................
............................................................................
Tripping time multifuse .......................................
Reverse polarity protection inputs ......................
24 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
< 150 mA
max. 200 mA per sensor
Multifuse,
up to 100 mA load automatic start
from 100 mA load reset required
1s at IK >= 1 A and 23°C
yes
Supply
Inputs / diagnostics
Max. no. of inputs ................................................ 8
Delay time with signal change ........................... 2 to 5 ms
Input characteristic ............................................. EN 61131-2, type 2
Input filter............................................................. approx. 1 ms
Over voltage protection .......................................Yes (suppressor diode)
Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Sensors ............................................................... No
Actuators ............................................................. No
Outputs
Max. no. of outputs ..............................................
Nominal current ...................................................
Max. total current ................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
Cable length ........................................................
............................................................................
Cable diameter ....................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Max. switching frequency at resistive load ..........
Max. lamp load ....................................................
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8
1.6 A
9A
Yes (suppressor diode)
0.75 mm² max. 10 m
0.34 mm² max. 5 m
max. 1.5 mm²
2 to 5 ms
20 Hz
10 W
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6.1.2.2. DO8(DO8) Art.No. 55290
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
0x064A hex
Supply
Operating voltage UB .......................................... 24 V DC
Supply voltage range ......................................... 18 ... 30 V DC
Current consumption (without inputs) ................ < 150 mA
Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Actuators ............................................................. No
Outputs
Max. no. of outputs ..............................................
Nominal current ...................................................
Max. total current ................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
Cable length ........................................................
............................................................................
Cable diameter ....................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Max. switching frequency at resistive load..........
Max. lamp load ....................................................
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16
1.6 A
9A
Yes (suppressor diode)
0.75 mm² max. 10 m
0.34 mm² max. 5 m
max. 1.5 mm²
2 to 5 ms
20 Hz
10 W
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K3 DO4(DO4)/DIO4(DIO4) 55291
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
0x09EB hex
Operating voltage UB ..........................................
Supply voltage range .........................................
Current consumption (without inputs) ................
Sensor supply ....................................................
Short-circuit protection for sensors ....................
............................................................................
............................................................................
Tripping time multifuse .......................................
Reverse polarity protection inputs ......................
24 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
< 150 mA
max. 200 mA per sensor
Multifuse,
up to 100 mA load automatic start
from 100 mA load reset required
1s at IK >= 1 A and 23°C
Yes
Supply
Inputs / diagnostics
Max. no. of inputs ................................................ 8
Delay time with signal change ........................... 2 to 5 ms
Input characteristic ............................................. EN 61131-2, type 2
Input filter............................................................. approx. 1 ms
Over voltage protection .......................................Yes (suppressor diode)
Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Sensors ............................................................... No
Actuators ............................................................. No
Outputs
Max. no. of outputs ..............................................
Nominal current ...................................................
Max. total current ................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
Cable length ........................................................
............................................................................
Cable diameter ....................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Max. switching frequency at resistive load ..........
Max. lamp load ....................................................
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8 safe outputs / 8 standard outputs
max. 3,2 A per socket, max. 2 A per pin
9A
Yes (suppressor diode)
0.75 mm² max. 10 m
0.34 mm² max. 5 m
max. 1.5 mm²
2 to 5 ms
20 Hz
10 W
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Manual MVK-MP
6.1.2.2.
AO4 (I) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55292
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
09AD hex
Operating voltage UB ..........................................
Supply voltage range .........................................
Current consumption (without inputs) ................
Sensor supply ....................................................
Short-circuit protection for sensors ....................
............................................................................
............................................................................
Tripping time multifuse .......................................
Reverse polarity protection inputs ......................
24 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
< 150 mA
max. 200 mA per sensor
Multifuse,
up to 100 mA load automatic start
from 100 mA load reset required
1s at IK >= 1 A and 23°C
Yes
Supply
Inputs / diagnostics
Max. no. of inputs ................................................ 8
Delay time with signal change ........................... 2 to 5 ms
Input characteristic ............................................. EN 61131-2, type 2
Input filter............................................................. approx. 1 ms
Over voltage protection .......................................Yes (suppressor diode)
Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Sensors ............................................................... No
Actuators ............................................................. No
Outputs
Max. no. of outputs ..............................................
Nominal current ...................................................
Max. total current ................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
Cable length ........................................................
............................................................................
Cable diameter ....................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Max. switching frequency at resistive load ..........
Max. lamp load ....................................................
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1.6 A
9A
Yes (suppressor diode)
0.75 mm² max. 10 m
0.34 mm² max. 5 m
max. 1.5 mm²
2 to 5 ms
20 Hz
10 W
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Analog outputs
Conversion time ..................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Pin 4 ....................................................................
Pin 2 ....................................................................
Current range ......................................................
............................................................................
max. analog output current .................................
Data format..........................................................
relative error of output value ...............................
relative error of output value at 55°C .................
relative error of output value
with EMC conditions ............................................
Load resistance ...................................................
max. capacitive load ............................................
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approx. 1 ms
approx. 5 ms
analog current output
not used
0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
(11 Bits)
20 mA
11 bits, Motorola or optionally Intel format
 0.3% of end-scale value
 0.5% of end-scale value
 0.5% of end-scale value
500 Ω
1 µF
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Manual MVK-MP
6.1.2.3. AI4 (U) DIO4 (DIO4) Art.No. 55293
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
09AD hex
Operating voltage UB ..........................................
Supply voltage range .........................................
Current consumption (without inputs) ................
Sensor supply ....................................................
Short-circuit protection for sensors ....................
............................................................................
............................................................................
Tripping time multifuse .......................................
Reverse polarity protection inputs ......................
24 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
< 150 mA
max. 200 mA per sensor
Multifuse,
up to 100 mA load automatic start
from 100 mA load reset required
1s at IK >= 1 A and 23°C
Yes
Supply
Inputs / diagnostics
Max. no. of inputs ................................................
Delay time with signal change ...........................
Input characteristic .............................................
Input filter.............................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
8
2 … 5 ms
EN 61131-2, type 2
approx. 1 ms
Yes (suppressor diode)
Analog inputs
Conversion time ..................................................
Conversion type ..................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Pin 2 ....................................................................
PIN 4 ...................................................................
Measuring range .................................................
............................................................................
max. analog input voltage ...................................
Input resistor .......................................................
Data format..........................................................
relative measuring error ....................................
relative measuring error at 55°C ........................
relative measuring error under EMC conditions .
Repetition accuracy ............................................
Calibration ...........................................................
Cable length ........................................................
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7 ms
successive approximation
11 ms
positive differential voltage input
negative differential voltage input
0 to 10 V (15 Bits)
2 to 10 V (15 Bits)
12 V
approx. 1 MΩ
16 bits, Motorola or optionally Intel format
 0.3% of end-scale value
 0.5% of end-scale value
 1% of end-scale value
 0.03% relative to the absolute value
self-calibrating
max. 30 m
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Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Sensors ............................................................... No
Actuators ............................................................. No
Outputs
Max. no. of outputs ..............................................
Nominal current ...................................................
Max. total current ................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
Cable length ........................................................
............................................................................
Cable diameter ....................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Max. switching frequency at resistive load ..........
Max. lamp load ....................................................
64
8
1.6 A
9A
Yes (suppressor diode)
0.75 mm² max. 10 m
0.34 mm² max. 5 m
max. 1.5 mm²
2 to 5 ms
20 Hz
10 W
V 3.2
Manual MVK-MP
6.1.2.4. DI8(DI8) Art.No. 55307
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
0x064A hex
Operating voltage UB ..........................................
Supply voltage range .........................................
Current consumption (without inputs) ................
Sensor supply ....................................................
Short-circuit protection for sensors ....................
............................................................................
............................................................................
Tripping time multifuse .......................................
Reverse polarity protection inputs ......................
24 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
< 150 mA
max. 200 mA per sensor
Multifuse,
up to 100 mA load automatic start
from 100 mA load reset required
1s at IK >= 1 A and 23°C
yes
Supply
Inputs / diagnostics
Max. no. of inputs ................................................ 16
Delay time with signal change ........................... 2 to 5 ms
Input characteristic ............................................. EN 61131-2, type 2
Input filter............................................................. approx. 1 ms
Over voltage protection .......................................Yes (suppressor diode)
Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Sensors ............................................................... No
Actuators ............................................................. No
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6.1.2.5. DIO8(DI8) Art.No. 55308
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
0x064A hex
Operating voltage UB ..........................................
Supply voltage range .........................................
Current consumption (without inputs) ................
Sensor supply ....................................................
Short-circuit protection for sensors ....................
............................................................................
............................................................................
Tripping time multifuse .......................................
Reverse polarity protection inputs ......................
24 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
< 150 mA
max. 200 mA per sensor
Multifuse,
up to 100 mA load automatic start
from 100 mA load reset required
1s at IK >= 1 A and 23°C
Yes
Supply
Inputs / diagnostics
Max. no. of inputs ................................................ 16
Delay time with signal change ........................... 2 to 5 ms
Input characteristic ............................................. EN 61131-2, type 2
Input filter............................................................. approx. 1 ms
Over voltage protection .......................................Yes (suppressor diode)
Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Sensors ............................................................... No
Actuators ............................................................. No
Outputs
Max. no. of outputs ..............................................
Nominal current ...................................................
Max. total current ................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
Cable length ........................................................
............................................................................
Cable diameter ....................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Max. switching frequency at resistive load ..........
Max. lamp load ....................................................
66
8
1.6 A
9A
Yes (suppressor diode)
0.75 mm² max. 10 m
0.34 mm² max. 5 m
max. 1.5 mm²
2 to 5 ms
20 Hz
10 W
V 3.2
Manual MVK-MP
6.1.2.6. DIO8(DIO8) Art.No. 55309
Bus data
Transfer protocol ................................................
Transfer rates .....................................................
............................................................................
Baud rate detection ............................................
Operating modes ................................................
Addressing .........................................................
ID number ...........................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9,6/19,2/45,45/93,75/187,5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatically
Sync- and freeze mode are supported
1 to 99 via BCD rotary switch
0x064A hex
Operating voltage UB ..........................................
Supply voltage range .........................................
Current consumption (without inputs) ................
Sensor supply ....................................................
Short-circuit protection for sensors ....................
............................................................................
............................................................................
Tripping time multifuse .......................................
Reverse polarity protection inputs ......................
24 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
< 150 mA
max. 200 mA per sensor
Multifuse,
up to 100 mA load automatic start
from 100 mA load reset required
1s at IK >= 1 A and 23°C
Yes
Supply
Inputs / diagnostics
Max. no. of inputs ................................................
Delay time with signal change ...........................
Input characteristic .............................................
Input filter.............................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
16
2 to 5 ms
EN 61131-2, type 2
approx. 1 ms
Yes (suppressor diode)
Reverse polarity protection
Module electronics .............................................. Yes
Sensors ............................................................... No
Actuators ............................................................. No
Outputs
Max. no. of outputs ..............................................
Nominal current ...................................................
Max. total current ................................................
Over voltage protection .......................................
Cable length ........................................................
............................................................................
Cable diameter ....................................................
Signal delay .........................................................
Max. switching frequency at resistive load ..........
Max. lamp load ....................................................
V 3.2
16
1.6 A
9A
Yes (suppressor diode)
0.75 mm² max. 10 m
0.34 mm² max. 5 m
max. 1.5 mm²
2 to 5 ms
20 Hz
10 W
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Accessories
Art. No.
926029
7000-14001-0000000
7000-14021-0000000
7000-78081-0000000
7000-78201-0000000
7000-14041-0000000
7000-41241-0000000
55468
338155
55390
55317
55318
55770
55777
7000-44001-8400030
7000-44001-8400060
7000-44001-8400100
7000-44001-8400200
7000-44001-8400300
7000-44001-8400500
7000-44021-8400030
7000-44021-8400060
7000-44021-8400100
7000-44021-8400200
7000-44021-8400300
7000-44021-8400500
7000-50021-9610030
7000-50021-9610060
.7000-50021-9610100
7000-50021-9610200
7000-78021-9610300
7000-78021-9610500
7000-78021-9611000
7000-50061-0000000
Description
Adapter plate for MVK Metal
M12 male, B-coded straight (shielded)
M12 female, B-coded straight (shielded)
7/8“ male straight
7/8“ female straight
Terminating resistor Profibus
M12 diagnostic adapter (for cable monitoring)
M12 blind plug black (4 pcs.)
Blind plug diagnostic M12x1
Blind plug 7/8" (outer thread)
Addressing cap metal (zinc die-cast matt nickel plated)
Label plates 20x8
Profibus bus cable (by the meter), massive cable
Profibus bus cable (by the meter), flexible, suitable for C-tracks
Pre-wired bus connector straight length 0.3m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector straight length 0.6m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector straight length 1.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector straight length 2.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector straight length 3.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector straight length 5.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector 90° length 0.3m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector 90° length 0.6m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector 90° length 1.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector 90° length 2.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector 90° length 3.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired bus connector 90° length 5.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired power connector straight length 0.3m (PUR)
Pre-wired power connector straight length 0.6m (PUR)
Pre-wired power connector straight length 1.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired power connector straight length 2.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired power connector female straight one side open length 3.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired power connector female straight one side open length 5.0m (PUR)
Pre-wired power connector female straight one side open length 10.0m (PUR)
T-coupler male-female-male 5 pole (shielded)
More information on system accessories available upon request. Please refer to
our catalogs or visit: www.murrelektronik.com.
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Glossary
General Information about Profibus
72
Bus segment
The electrical specification of the RS-485 interface limits the number
of devices in an RS485 network to 32. If more than 32 Profibus
devices have to be used, the network must be segmented by means
of repeaters.
DP
Decentralized Peripherals. Profibus protocol for high-speed cyclic data
exchange.
Freeze-Mode
The input data of the slave are "frozen".
GAP factor
The number of bus cycles after which a DP master searches for new
active devices in order to include them into the token ring. This factor
can be modified in order to optimize the speed of a DP network.
GAP range
The address range, in which an active device searches for other new
active devices. This range is always between the own address and
the address of the next active device that is already in the token ring.
The range from the highest address up to 127 does not belong to the
GAP range.
GSD
The GSD file (electronic data sheet) describes the technical features
of a Profibus product. This file is required for the Profibus system
configuration and is provided by the device manufacturer.
ID number
A 16-bit number which positively identifies a Profibus product. It is a
reference to the GSD file. More than one device can have the same
ID number, provided that the numbers can be written to a common
GDS file. This number is allocated by the "Profibus Nutzerorganisation
e.V." (Profibus Users Organization).
IEC 61158
Globally recognized standard for Profibus DP and FMS
supersedes the international standard EN 50170 Volume 2.
Master Class 1
The master that performs user data transfer.
Master Class 2
Master for control, startup, and configuration tasks.
Byte
Term from IEC 61158. Equals 1 byte or 8 bits.
PNO
Profibus Nutzerorganisation e.V. (Profibus Users Organization).
Repeater
Coupler element for signal processing between Profibus segments.
PLC
Programmable Logic Controller
Sync-mode
The output data of the slave are "frozen".
Token
The active device (master) in possession of the token can carry out
data exchange with the slaves that were parameterized and
configured by this master. On completion of the data cycle, the active
device passes the token over to the next active device.
which
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MVK-MP Specific
Sensor Short Circuit Short-circuit or overload at Pin 1 of the M12 socket causes the selfsetting fuse to be tripped. Every M12 socket is separately protected. A
red LED indicates the error at the respective M12 socket. This error is
reported via the DP diagnosis and possibly in the user data to the DP
master. After the error has been corrected, the sensor supply is
automatically restarted.
V 3.2
Actuator disable
Short circuit or overload at an output causes the output to be disabled.
This error is reported via the DP diagnosis and possibly in the user
data to the DP master. A red LED indicates the error at the respective
M12 socket. The output is not automatically re-enabled. The output
must be disabled via the control after the error cause has been
removed. This deletes the short circuit memory.
Actuator warning
When an output is disabled, the presence of 24V at the associated Pin
of the M12 socket is detected. This suggests a +24 "short-circuit". A
red LED indicates the error at the respective M12 socket. This error is
reported via the DP diagnosis and possibly in the user data to the DP
master. This error does not affect output control. It is not possible to
detect an actuator warning when the output is enabled.
Undervoltage
Sensor supply and actuator voltages are registered separately. If
power drops below 18 V DC, this error is reported to the DP master
via the DP diagnosis. If the sensor supply voltage is low, the "US Error"
LED lights up red. If the actuator supply voltage is low, the "U A Error"
LED lights up red.
External Error
This diagnosis can only be generated by an input parameterized as a
diagnostic input. External error is reported when 0 V is present at this
input. Sensors and actuators meeting the DESINA specification are
supported in this manner. Alternatively, the line can be monitored for
breakage by using a diagnosis adapter.
Peripheral error
A summary of individual errors that may occur at the M12 sockets.
This includes diagnostic reports, external errors, sensor short-circuit,
actuator shutdown, and actuator warning.
Virtual modules
A configuration concept that describes a compact device as modular
system. This allows free assignment of individual data groups in the
process map.
Line break
In the ranges of 4 to 20 mA and 2 to 10 V, falling below 4 mA and/or 2
V is considered an open circuit.
Over voltage
If the measuring range is exceeded, diagnosis is generated.
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