DeviceNet Module User Guide

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DEVICENET MODULE

Communications module

User Guide

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General Information

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Contents

1.

Introduction ....................................................................................................................................................... 4

2.

Important User Information .............................................................................................................................. 4

3.

Installation ......................................................................................................................................................... 4

3.1

Installation Procedure ............................................................................................................................................................ 4

3.2

Physical installation ................................................................................................................................................................ 4

4.

DeviceNet Module Connection and Configuration ......................................................................................... 5

4.1

Adjustment ............................................................................................................................................................................. 5

4.2

Connections ........................................................................................................................................................................... 6

4.3

LEDs ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

5.

Master Configuration ........................................................................................................................................ 7

5.1

Configuration ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7

5.2

DeviceNet Polled I/O Structure .............................................................................................................................................. 7

6.

Data Structures ................................................................................................................................................. 7

6.1

Devicenet polled I/O output data structure ............................................................................................................................. 7

6.2

DeviceNet polled I/O input data structure ............................................................................................................................... 8

6.3

Trip Codes ............................................................................................................................................................................. 9

7.

Parameter Object ............................................................................................................................................ 10

8.

Specifications .................................................................................................................................................. 11

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1. Introduction

The DeviceNet Module can be used with Digistart D2 and Digistart D3 soft starters to allow the starter to be connected to a serial communications network using the DeviceNet protocol.

2. Important User Information

Observe all necessary safety precautions when controlling the soft starter remotely. Alert personnel that machinery may start without warning.

It is the installer's responsibility to follow all instructions in this manual and to follow correct electrical practice.

3. Installation

Remove mains and control voltage from the soft starter before attaching or removing accessories. Failure to do so may damage the equipment.

C A UT IO N

3.1 Installation Procedure

1. Remove control power and mains supply from the soft starter.

2. Attach the module to the soft starter as illustrated.

3. Set the DeviceNet Module Node Address (MAC ID) and Data Rate.

4. Apply control power to the soft starter.

5. Insert the network connector into the module and power up the DeviceNet network.

3.2 Physical installation

1. Fully pull out the top and bottom retaining clips on the module.

2. Line up the module with the comms port slot.

3. Push in the top and bottom retaining clips to secure the module to the starter.

Figure 3-1 Attach the module to the starter

1 2 3

C A UT IO N

Network designs must decrease the maximum allowable cumulative dropline length by 400 mm for every module installed on the network. Failure to do so may result in network communication errors and decreased reliability.

Example: ODVA specifies a maximum cumulative dropline length of 156 m on a network operating at 125 kb/s. If six modules were installed on this network, the total cumulative dropline length would need to be decreased to 153.6 m.

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Figure 3-2 Remove the module from the starter

Remove the module using the following procedure:

1. Take the module off-line.

2. Disconnect all external wiring from the module.

3. Remove control power and mains supply from the soft starter.

4. Fully pull out the top and bottom retaining clips on the module.

5. Pull the module away from the soft starter.

4. DeviceNet Module Connection and Configuration

4.1 Adjustment

Figure 4-1 Adjustment switches

Changes to the rotary switch settings take effect when the DeviceNet network is next powered up.

The factory default settings for the rotary adjustment switches are:

D A T A R A T E

5 0 0 k B

P G M

2 5 0 k B

1 2 5 k B

N O T E

N O D E A D D R E S S

( 0 0 - 6 3 , P G M )

2

4

0

6

P G M

2

M S D

4

0

6

8

L S D

The Data Rate and Node Address (MAC ID) must be set locally on the module. These cannot be set using DeviceNet management software.

When the Data Rate and MSD Node Address (MAC ID) rotary switches are set on PGM position, the module uses the previously used valid on-line Data Rate and Node Address (MAC ID).

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4.2 Connections

Figure 4-2 DeviceNet Module connections

Digistart D2

1

2

Digistart D3

1

2

3 3

Digistart D2 Digistart D3 (Remote mode)

CSL, DI2: Stop DI2, +24V: Stop

DI3, +24V: Reset

DeviceNet Module DeviceNet Module

Standard connection onto DeviceNet network Standard connection onto DeviceNet network

Digistart D2: For the DeviceNet Module to accept serial commands, a link must be fitted across terminals CSL-DI2 on the soft starter.

Digistart D3: Input links are required across the stop and reset inputs if the soft starter is being operated in Remote mode. In Local mode, links are not required.

If the Starter Disable function is not required, change the setting of Pr 3A or connect a link across DI4, +24V.

N O T E

Digistart D3: Control via the serial communication network is always enabled in local control mode, and can be enabled or disabled in remote control mode (Pr 3O Comms in Remote). See the soft starter user manual for parameter details.

4.3 LEDs

The Module LED indicates the condition of the power supply and module operation.

The Network LED indicates status of the communication link between the DeviceNet Module and the network Master.

Table 4-1 Feedback LEDs

N O T E

1

2

LED

(Module)

(Network)

Off

Green

State

Red

Red/Green flashing

Off

Green flashing

Green

Red flashing

Red

Red/Green flashing

Description

Network power off

Normal operation

Unrecoverable fault

Self Test mode

Duplicate MAC ID test has not been completed

Online but no connection with Master

Online and allocated to a Master

One or more timed out I/O connections

Failed communication between module and Master

Communication faulted and received an Identity communication faulted request

When a communications failure occurs, the soft starter may trip if the Communication Timeout parameter for the network is set greater than zero. When communication is restored, the soft starter must be reset.

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5. Master Configuration

5.1 Configuration

The DeviceNet Module is a Group 2 slave device, using a predefined master/slave connection set. I/O data is produced and consumed using polled I/O messaging.

The soft starter must be added to the DeviceNet manager project using the EDS file and configuration/management software tool.

This file is available from www.leroy-somer.com. In order to operate successfully, the correct EDS file must be used. An on-screen graphics bitmap file (device.bmp) is also available.

5.2 DeviceNet Polled I/O Structure

Once the EDS file has been loaded, the DeviceNet Module must be added to the scanner list with parameters shown in the following table:

Table 5-1 DeviceNet polled I/O structure

Parameter Value

I/O connection type

Poll receive size

Poll transmit size

Polled

14 bytes

2 bytes

Once the soft starter, module and Master have been set up, configured and powered up, the Master will transmit 2 bytes of data to the module and receive 14 bytes of data from the module.

6. Data Structures

6.1 Devicenet polled I/O output data structure

Master > Slave polled I/O output data is as follows:

Table 6-1 Output data structure

Byte Bit Function

0

1

0

1

2

3 to 7

0 to 1

1

0 = Stop command

1 = Start command

0 = Enable Start or Stop command

1 = Quick Stop (ie coast to stop) and disable Start command

0 = Enable Start or Stop command

1 = Reset command and disable Start command

Reserved

0 = Use soft starter remote input to select motor set

1 = Use primary motor set when starting

2

2 = Use secondary motor set when starting

2

3 = Reserved

Reserved 2 to 7

1

Only available on Digistart D3 soft starters.

2

Ensure that the programmable input is not set to Motor Set Select before using this function.

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6.2 DeviceNet polled I/O input data structure

Slave > Master polled I/O input data is as follows:

Table 6-2 Input data structure

0

1

Byte

2

3

4

2

5

2

6

7

8

9

10

1

11

1

12

1

13

1

0

1

1

2

3

4

5

6

Bit

Trip

Warning

Running

Reserved

Ready

Function

Control from Net

Local/Remote

7 At reference

0 to 7 Status

0 to 7 Trip/Warning code

0 Initialised

1 Phase sequence

2 to 7 Reserved

0 to 7 Motor current (low byte)

0 to 7 Motor current (high byte)

0 to 7 Current %FLC (low byte)

0 to 7 Current %FLC (high byte)

0 to 7 % Motor 1 temperature

0 to 7 % Motor 2 temperature

0 to 7 % Power factor

0 to 7 Power (low byte)

0 to 3 Power (high nibble)

4 to 5 Power scale

6 to 7 Reserved

0 to 3 Digital Input state

Value

1 = Tripped

1 = Warning

0 = Unknown, not ready, ready to start or tripped

1 = Starting, running, stopping or jogging

0 = Start or stop command not acceptable

1 = Start or stop command acceptable

1 = Always except in Program mode

0 = Local control

1 = Remote control

1 = Running (full voltage at the motor)

0 = Unknown (menu open

1

)

2 = Starter not ready (restart delay, thermal delay or run simulation)

1

3 = Ready to start (including warning state)

4 = Starting or running

1

5 = Soft stopping

7 = Trip

8 = Jog forward

1

9 = Jog reverse

1

See Trip Codes on page 9

1 = Phase sequence bit is valid (bit 1) after first start

1 = Positive phase sequence detected

Current (A)

Current as a percentage of soft starter FLC setting (%)

Motor 1 thermal model

Motor 2 thermal model

Percentage power factor (100 = power factor of 1)

Power low byte, scaled by power scale

Power high nibble, scaled by power scale

0 = Multiply power by 10 to get W

1 = Multiply power by 100 to get W

2 = Power (kW)

3 = Multiply power by 10 to get kW

For all inputs, 0 = open, 1 = closed (shorted)

0 = Start

1 = Stop

2 = Reset

3 = Input A

4 = Input B

5 = Input C, if fitted

6 = Input D, if fitted

7 = Reserved

4 to 7 Reserved

1

Only available on Digistart D3 soft starters

2

For models D3-1x-0053-B and smaller this value will be 10 times greater than the value displayed on the keypad.

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6.3 Trip Codes

Table 6-3 Trip messages

62

70

75

101

102

104

110

113

114

115

116

117

118

119

2

121

122

123

124

1

125

1

126

1

127

1

128

1

129

1

131

132

133

134

Trip Code

0

11

20

21

23

24

25

26

27

1

28

50

54

55

60

61

Description

No trip

Input trip

Motor overload (thermal model)

Heatsink overtemperature

L1 phase loss

L2 phase loss

L3 phase loss

Current imbalance

Ground fault

Instantaneous overcurrent

Power loss / Power circuit

Phase sequence

Frequency

Unsupported option (function not available in inside delta)

FLC too high (FLC out of range)

Parameter out of Range

Miscellaneous

Motor thermistor

Excess start time

Motor Connection Tx

Internal fault x (where x is the fault code detailed in the table below)

Input B trip

Starter communication (between module and soft starter)

Network communication (between module and network)

L1-T1 shorted

L2-T2 shorted

L3-T3 shorted

Motor 2 overload (thermal model)

Time-overcurrent (Bypass overload)

Battery/clock

Thermistor circuit

RTD/PT100 A

RTD/PT100 B

RTD/PT100 C

RTD/PT100 D

RTD/PT100 E

RTD/PT100 F

RTD/PT100 G

RTD/PT100 X Circt

Analog input trip

Overpower

Underpower

1

Available with Digistart D3 only if the appropriate option card is fitted.

2

For Digistart D3, time-overcurrent protection is only available on internally bypassed models.

Digistart D2 Digistart D3

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6.3.1 Internal Fault x

The table below details the internal fault code associated with trip code 104.

Table 6-4 Internal fault X

Internal fault

70 to 72

73

74 to 76

77 to 79

80 to 82

83

84 to 98

Message displayed on the keypad

Current Read Err Lx

ATTENTION! Remove Mains Volts

Motor Connection Tx

Firing Fail Px

VZC Fail Px

Low Control Volts

Internal fault X

Contact your local supplier with the fault code (X).

N O T E

Only available on Digistart D3 soft starters. For parameter details, see the soft starter User Manual.

7. Parameter Object

The DeviceNet Module supports parameter objects through explicit messaging. Soft starter parameters can be uploaded (written) and downloaded (read) using DeviceNet management software. When the DeviceNet Module is powered up, it automatically obtains parameter information from the soft starter.

Table 7-1 Parameter object details

Detail

Class

Instance

Attribute ID

Get Service

Set Service

Value (Hex)

0F

1 to xxx

01

0E

10

Comment

Parameter object address xxx = maximum soft starter parameter number

Always 0x01

Read single soft starter parameter value

Write single soft starter parameter value

N O T E

Only available on Digistart D3 soft starters. For parameter details, see the soft starter User Manual.

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8. Specifications

Enclosure

Dimensions ........................................................................................................................... 40 mm (W) x 166 mm (H) x 90 mm (D)

Weight ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 250 g

Protection .................................................................................................................................................................................. IP20

Mounting

Spring-action plastic mounting clips (x 2)

Connections

Soft starter ......................................................................................................................................................... 6-way pin assembly

Network ................................................................................................... 5-way male and unpluggable female connector (supplied)

Maximum cable size ............................................................................................................................................................ 2.5 mm

2

Contacts ........................................................................................................................................................................... Gold flash

Settings

Node address (MAC ID)

Setting ............................................................................................................................................................. Rotary switches

Range ............................................................................................................................................. 0 to 63 (63, factory default)

Data rate

Setting ................................................................................................................................................................. Rotary switch

Options .......................................................................................................... 125 kB, 250 kB, 500 kB (125 kB, factory default)

Power

Consumption steady state .................................................................................................................................................... 19 mA at 25 Vdc

......................................................................................................................................................................... 31 mA at 11 Vdc in-rush (at 24 Vdc) .............................................................................................................................. 1.8 A maximum for 2 ms

Galvanically isolated

Certification

CE .......................................................................................................................................................................... IEC 60947-4-2

C

........................................................................................................................................................................... IEC 60947-4-2

ODVA ............................................................................................................................

DeviceNet Conformance Tested ®

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