user manual absolute rotary encoder ethernet

user manual absolute rotary encoder ethernet
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AMERICA
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Content
1
Introductions To Install Encoder ................ 4
5.2
Function of LEDs for Powerlink ................ 11
2
Introduction ................................................ 5
6
Network Configuration ............................. 12
2.1
General Definitions .................................... 5
6.1
Configuration............................................ 12
2.2
Intended Usage ......................................... 5
6.2
Definition of NODE-IDs ............................ 13
2.3
Interfaces ................................................... 5
7
Project Integration .................................... 14
2.4
Maintenance .............................................. 5
7.1
XDD File................................................... 14
2.5
Intended Time of Usage ............................ 5
7.2
Import the Encoder to the Project Tool .... 14
2.6
Detailed Measurement Principle ................ 5
7.3
Add to a Network ..................................... 15
2.7
Singleturn .................................................. 6
7.4
Online Diagnostic ..................................... 17
2.8
Multiturn ..................................................... 6
7.5
Configuration Network ............................. 18
2.9
Ethernet ..................................................... 7
7.6
Initial Configuration .................................. 19
3
Hardware Set-Up
7.7
Example Device Configuration ................. 20
and Ethernet Connection ........................... 8
7.8
Diagnostic ................................................ 21
3.1
Network Topology ...................................... 8
8
Powerlink Protocol Version 2 ................... 23
4
Connection an Absolute Encoder .............. 9
8.1
Powerlink Cycle ....................................... 23
4.1
Connector Ethernet Powerlink ................... 9
9
Encoder Profile ........................................ 24
4.2
Connector Power Supply ........................... 9
10
Manufacturer Specific Profile ................... 29
4.3
Ethernet Cables ....................................... 10
11
Glossary ................................................... 32
5
Diagnostic LED’s ..................................... 11
5.1
Function of LEDs for HUB Port ................ 11
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About this Manual
Important Information
Background
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the
This user manual describes how to install and
equipment to become familiar with the device
configure
before trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The
Powerlink interface. General technical data and
following
mechanical
special
messages
may
appear
an
Absolute
drawings
Rotary
are
Encoder
specified
in
with
the
throughout this documentation or on the equipment
document data sheet, which can be downloaded
to warn of potential hazards or to call attention to
from the website: www.posital.com
information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
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Introductions to Install Encoder
Do not remove the connection cap!
The absolute rotary encoder must be connected to the main signal ground
over the machine chassis or by means of a separate potential compensating line.
Do not stand on the encoder!
Do not adapt the driving shaft additionally!
Avoid mechanical load!
Do not adapt the housing additionally!
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Introduction
This manual explains how to install and configure
are compliant with standard DS406 (encoder
the Absolute Rotary Encoder with Powerlink
device
interface applicable for military and industrial
Communication Profile Specification
applications with Powerlink protocol. The products
EPSG DS 301 V1.1.0.
profile)
and
Ethernet
POWERLINK
2.1 General Definitions
In the following chapters general definitions are described.
2.2 Intended Usage
The
absolute
the
connected to a Powerlink network according to
physical measure and angle and revolutions and
(EPSG DS301) and shall only be used for this
converts
value
purpose. The sensor can be used in applications
transmitted via the Powerlink bus according to the
like positioning tasks or length measurements.
Powerlink communication profile (EPSG DS301) to
General
other
be
construction machines, lifts, packing machines etc.
The sensor has one Powerlink interface with
chain cable structure and supports the profile
integrated HUB functionality to support a daisy
Specification EPSG DS 301 V1.1.0.
this
field
rotary
into
devices.
encoder
a
digital
The
measures
position
encoder
shall
applications
could
be
like
cranes,
2.3 Interfaces
2.4 Maintenance
For the device is no maintenance necessary!
2.5 Intended Time of Usage
Refer to the data sheet of the Absolute Rotary Encoder.
2.6 Detailed Measurement Principle
14
The absolute rotary encoders use highly integrated
geared code disks to as many as 16,384 (2 )
Opto-ASICs, providing a resolution up to 16 bits
revolutions. These encoders are fully capable of
(65,536 steps) per turn. For multiturn models, the
operating in rugged industrial settings.
measuring range is extended by the mechanically
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2.7 Singleturn
evaluated by an opto-array behind the reticle. With
every position another combination of slashes in
the reticle is covered by the dark spots on the code
disk and the light beam on the photo transistor is
interrupted. That way the code on the disc is
transformed into electronic signals. Fluctuations in
the intensity of the light source are measured by
an
additional
photo
transistor
and
another
electronic circuit compensates for these.
The measuring system in the single-turn module
After amplification and conversion the electronic
consists of a light source, a code disc pivoted in a
signals are available for evaluation. Single turn
precision ball bearing and an opto-electronic
encoders specify the absolute position for one turn
scanning device. A LED is used as a light source
of the shaft i.e. for 360°. After one turn the
which shines through the code disc and onto the
measuring range is completed and starts again
screen behind. The tracks on the code disk are
from the beginning.
2.8 Multiturn
connected using a reduction gear. The first stage
supplies the resolution per turn, the stages behind
supply the number of turns. In the following picture
you can see the gearing module with the several
stages of reduction gears.
Typical Applications:
 Packing Machines
 Robots
 Printing Machines
 Theater / Moving Platforms
Linear systems normally need more than one turn
of a shaft. A single turn encoder is unsuitable for
There are several types of encoder versions.
this type of application because of the additional
Please refer to the datasheets to find out which is
requirement of the number of turns. The principle is
the best version for your application.
relatively simple: Several single turn encoders are
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2.9 Ethernet
The present developments in the field of Industrial
TCP/IP and UDP do have a statistical access
Ethernet are based on the vision of an integrated
method to access the medium thereby prohibiting
access of all data of a company through a uniform
determined response times. Many developments
communication
are
system.
In
higher
levels
of
intensely
done
on
additional
real
time
enterprise communication Ethernet is the main
mechanisms, e.g. Ethernet Powerlink. With the
medium of data transfers. Combined with other IT
Ethernet Powerlink protocol a deterministic time
technologies it is internationally standardized. In
behavior is achieved and the jitter effect for
the long run automation engineers will benefit from
synchronization is below 1 µs. This makes the
the rapid technological progress in the mass
synchronization over a network with huge number
markets of IT and web technologies.
of devices very effective and reliable. A detailed
description of the network in described in the
Ethernet technically provides a system with higher
following chapters.
data transfer rates than common field bus systems.
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Hardware Set-Up and Ethernet Connection
3.1 Network Topology
Using Ethernet there are different kinds of
The symbolized structure shows a classic star
topologies possible. The connection of the encoder
topology and a line cabling structure. An integrated
can be made directly to a hub or as a daisy chain
hub in encoder version type OCD-E2A2… (please
where the integrated hub of the encoder is used.
refer to the data sheet for more information about
With the last method an installation as a line
the type key) offers both: star or more useful a line
structure can be built up like known from standard
structure.
field bus systems e.g. CANopen. The sensor can
be connected to other devices by usage of
Only hubs shall be used because of low frame jitter
“straight” or crossover network cable, because the
and latency time and no switches. For fulfilling time
PHY of the encoder is capable to realize Auto
requirements up to 7 hubs / encoder with
crossover. You need at least a cable of category
integrated HUB can be connected together with a
Cat5e to get a data transfer rate up to 100 Mbit. To
maximum cable length of 100m.
increase noise immunity only cables with foil and
These requirements are specified in Powerlink
copper netting shield should be used (S/UTP),
specification. For more details visit the web site:
twisted pair, AWG26.
www.ethernet-powerlink.org
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Connection an Absolute Encoder
The encoder is connected by a 4 pin A coded M12 connector for the power supply and two 4 pin, D-coded
M12 connector for Ethernet.
4.1 Connector Ethernet Powerlink
4 pin female, D-coded
Pin Number
Signal
1
Tx +
2
Rx +
3
Tx -
4
Rx -
Sketch on encoder view
3
4
2
1
4.2 Connector Power Supply
4 pin male, A-coded
Pin Number
Signal
1
Power supply (10V – 30V)
2
Reserved, not connected
3
Power supply (GND)
4
Reserved, not connected
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RJ45 – M12 crossed
Signal
RJ45 Pin
M12 Pin
Signal
Tx+
3
2
Rx+
Tx-
6
4
Rx-
Rx+
1
1
Tx+
Rx-
2
3
Tx-
Signal
RJ45 Pin
M12 Pin
Signal
Tx+
3
1
Tx+
Tx-
6
3
Tx-
Rx+
1
2
Rx+
Rx-
2
4
Rx-
Signal
M12 Pin
M12 Pin
Signal
Tx+
1
2
Rx+
Tx-
3
4
Rx-
Rx+
2
1
Tx+
Rx-
4
3
Tx-
RJ45 – M12 straight
M12 – M12 crossed
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Diagnostic LED’s
The encoder provides on the backside of the
Furthermore there are two LEDs to indicate the
connection cap several diagnostic LEDs. For each
network status for Powerlink named “error” and
port of the HUB there is a functional combined
“Status”. The exact meaning of the LED indication
LED for link status and activity named “LS/DA”.
is specified in the following tables.
5.1 Function of LEDs for HUB Port
LED
Color
Status
Description for LED = on
LS/DA 1
Green
On
LINK is active for HUB port 1
Blinking
Activity on HUB port 1
On
LINK is active for HUB port 2
Blinking
Activity on HUB port 2
LS/DA 2
Green
5.2 Function of LEDs for Powerlink
LED
Color
Status
Description for LED = on
Error
Red
On
Not allowed node number (0,
240 – 255 decimal)
Internal communication error
Buffer underrun/overflow,
Collision
CRC error, Loss of SoC
Status
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Green
Off
No error
Off
Not active
Flickering
Basic Ethernet mode
Single flash
Pre-Operational 1
Double flash
Pre-Operational 2
Triple flash
Ready to operate
On
Operational
Blinking
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Network Configuration
A dismounting of the connection cap is not allowed! All configurations can be directly
executed without opening the housing.
6.1 Configuration
The setting of the controlled node node number is
IP address for Powerlink
achieved by 2 hexadecimal coded turn-switches on
The IP-address is set up with a part named net-ID
the outside of the connection cap. Possible
(192.168.100) which is constant and Host-ID (EPL-
addresses are between 1 and 239 whereby every
node ID).
address can only be used once in a Powerlink
The
segment. The switches are HEX coded, so the
192.168.100.EPL-node-ID.
node number is calculated as follows:
According to the example above the resulting IP-
resulting
IP-address
for
Powerlink
is:
Address would be: 192.168.100.165
EPL-node-ID [decimal] = switchx16 [hex value]
* 16 + switchx1 [hex value] * 1
Example
Rotary switch x16 = A
Rotary switch x1 = 5
EPL-node-ID [decimal] = A [hex value] * 16 + 5
[hex value] *1
EPL-node-ID [decimal] = 10 [decimal value] * 16 +
5 [decimal value] * 1
EPL-node-ID [decimal] = 165
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Set up for Software Node ID
If the node-ID shall be set up via EPL telegrams, then the node switches shall be set to
address 0.
The factory default software node-ID is 165 and can be modified by SDO telegrams afterwards to
the desired value.
6.2 Definition of NODE-IDs
The following table shows the definition for the NODE-IDs used in a Powerlink network.
Powerlink Node-ID
Naming
Description
(acc. To EPSG DS 301 V1.1.0)
O
C_ADR_INVALID
General not allowed
1 – 239
Controlled node (like
encoder)
240
C_ADR_MN_DEF_NODE_ID
241 – 250
251
Managing node
Reserved
C_ADR_SELF_ADR_NODE_ID
Pseudo node ID. Used
for self addressing
252
C_ADR_DUMMY_NODE_ID
Dummy node
253
C_ADR_DIAG_DEF_NODE_ID
Diagnostic node
254
C_ADR_RT1_DEF_NODE_ID
Router Powerlink to
legacy Ethernet
255
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Project Integration
This integration description is an example related
project tool or hardware set up using a Powerlink
to B&R control units and automation studio. In
network.
general the user can integrate the encoder in any
7.1 XDD File
A XDD file describes the properties and functions
An actual XDD file can be downloaded from the
of the sensor like timings and configurable sensor
website: www.posital.com
parameters. By using the XDD file an easy and
abstract integration of a Powerlink device in a
The format of the XDD file is XML and is similar
project tool is realized. A detailed knowledge of
like an EDS file used in the CANopen world.
Powerlink is not needed to configure the device.
7.2 Import the Encoder to the Project Tool
Select in the main menue “Extras” the entry “Feldbus Gerät importieren” like shown in the screen shot.
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Another window is opening, go to the section “POWERLINK Geräte” and select the right XDD file for the
used encoder type.
7.3 Add to a Network
Then you will get back to the general view and you have to open the interface card in the left window of the
physical view and select “Öffne Powerlink”.
Select in the right part of the window the salve module and the entry “Einfügen…”
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A new window named “Modulparameter” will open
configuration value is identical with the setting
where the user can configure the node-ID in the
of the hardware rotary switch in the connection
entry field “Knotennummer”. Take care, that this
cap or the software configured node-ID.
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7.4 Online Diagnostic
After this configuration you can see in the left part
device, you can choose “Öffne I/O Zuordnung”. In
of the window in the physical view an added
the opened window on the right side you can
device: “FRABA Posital Absolute Rotary Encoder”.
watch the transmitted position value and the
When you select with the right mouse key this
module state of the device.
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7.5 Configuration Network
For setting the network configuration and operation
via right mouse click the menu entry “Öffne I/O
mode of the encoder you have to select in the
Konfiguration”.
physical view of the left part the encoder again and
In the section “Powerlink Parameter” can be
Identity object 1018 hex are read and checked.
decided, if the encoder is a multiplexed station or
This is useful to guarantee, that the right devices
not. Multiplexed means, that the encoder position
are configured in the network and matching the
value is not read in each Powerlink cycle to
project settings. We recommend to activate the
achieve a short cycle time and high bandwidth of
check on the “manufacturer-ID / Hersteller ID” and
network data. Multiplexed station configured off
“product code / Prüfe Produktcode”.
results in a transmission of position value in each
Powerlink cycle, so the application has a high
On the higher logical level you see the section
update rate. It really depends on the requirements
“Channel / Kanaele“. Here we the position value
of the customer.
which can be mapped to the output data. It is the
In the next configuration section “Extended /
object 6004 hex. The mapping is fixed, because a
Erweitert” you can configure, what entries in the
modification is not possible.
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7.6 Initial Configuration
In
the
section
Gerätespezifische
“Device
Specific
Parameter”
the
parameter/
the case, if the configuration has been changed in
configured
the encoder, that means different to the values set
values for the displayed parameters will be
in the project tool.
transmitted in the start up phase. But this is only
The displayed parameters contain in the name the
allows an easy replacement and also easy first
object number and name from the device profile
integration.
DS-406 (see chapter Encoder Device Profile).
Furthermore the data type is given in short form as
Regarding the “Preset Value” the user has to take
“U16” unsigned 16 bit and “U32” unsigned 32 bit.
special care. If the encoder is exchanged the
In the field “initial value” the desired configuration
parameters 6000 hex, 6001 hex and 6002 hex
value can be set. In the case, that the encoder is
make sense. But the preset value 6003 hex will be
exchanged, the managing node (master) will
set at the current position and the user has to
detect this because of changed configuration and
check, if the set preset value at the current
transmits these initial value to the new device. This
encoder position in the machine fulfills the
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requirement / desired position. If not, then you can
2. Method
set the preset value by two methods:
Configure the encoder to the right position value by
1. Method
driving to the desired position. Then send an SDO
Drive to the desired position and set the preset
configuration telegram in the Powerlink cycle to set
value as initial value again. In the case that the
the Preset value. This is the recommended and
initial value is already identical you have to set in
professional way!
between any other value.
7.7 Example Device Configuration
Please refer to the type shield to get the type of the
object 6001 hex and 6002 hex are only activated in
encoder and check the data sheet, which can be
the encoder, if in the object 6000 hex bit 2 is set to
downloaded from the website www.posital.com.
one. Otherwise the physical value and highest
resolution is send out and the initial values will be
If you have the following encoder type:
ignored.
13 Bit resolution per turn = 8192 steps per turn
With the preset value you can set the encoder
12 Bit numer of turns = 4096 number of turns
position to the desired value in your application.
Inside the sensor an offset is calculated and stored
In
the
example
MeasuringUnitsPerRev
for
is
initial
set
to
values
the
3600
and
in a non-volatile memory.
TotalMeasuringRange to 7200. The encoder is
Take care to conduct a storing command for
internal calculating a gearing factor to adapt the
the encoder, that the set preset value and
physical resolution to the customer demand. The
calculated offset value in the encoder is stored
encoder outputs 3600 steps per turn with 0.1
and a power loss don’t lead to lost position /
degree resolution, and after two turn starts with
position jump. For storing a SDO command is
position value 0 again. There is no mechanical
used and a specific signature “save” has to be
blockage, when the end of the measuring range is
written in the object 1010 hex. For more details
reached. Be aware, that the specific values for
refer to the profile EPSG DS 301 V1.1.0.
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7.8 Diagnostic
If problems occur it is possible to conduct
is recommended to log a trace for own analysis or
diagnosis
send this log to Posital for further evaluation
with
standard
Ethernet
tools
like
Wireshark (http://www.wireshark.org) . It is one tool
purposes.
of many available on the market which can be
Anyhow our experience is, that this tool has also
used,
standard
restrictions at very low Powerlink cycles and that
Ethernet frames. With this tool an interpretation of
you cannot trust time stamps and the order of
Ethernet frames according to Powerlink is possible.
logged telegrams. In those cases the hard time
Just the right filter “EPL” has to be selected and
logger module from B&R is strongly recommended
the user has a powerful tool. In case of problems it
to find time related critical issues and reliable logs.
In this screen shot you can see a log of
with sub-index is displayed. So it is easy to control,
configuration telegrams (SDO messages).
which parameter / objects of the encoder are set.
In the right column the direct on transmission with
For getting this kind of view the filter has to be set
read / write and the related object in hexadecimal
in the following way:
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epl.asnd.sdo.cmd.response
||
The symbol || defines an logical “or” operation.
epl.asnd.sdo.cmd.read.by.index.index
||
With the sample above we would just give an idea
epl.asnd.sdo.cmd.data.size
||
how a diagnosis is possible and there are many
epl.asnd.sdo.cmd.write.by.index.data
other ways to conduct this with other tools or filter
settings.
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Powerlink Protocol Version 2
The Powerlink protocol version 2 is a standard
Our standard Powerlink encoder is capable to
communication protocol and offers for manufac-
support both Powerlink protocol versions: 1 and 2.
turer and customer maximum of independence,
The customer hasn’t got to do a device configura-
because it is an open protocol and not a manu-
tion for a specific protol, because the encoder has
facturer specific solution. The organization Ether-
an auto-detection. What must be taken into
net POWERLINK Standardization Group can be
account? It is not allowed to change the protocol
contacted for any general information and assis-
during runtime. During power up the network must
tance.
be in a defined state regarding used protocol, so
Organization
web
site
address:
www.ethernet-powerlink.org.
that the encoder can detect the protocol version
telegrams.
8.1 Powerlink Cycle
The Powerlink protocol offers an isochronous
each node, whereby the CN (controlled node) is
communication. A deterministic transmission is a
sending immediately a response. This frame is
requirement out of high performance applications.
called isochronous phase and covers real time
The deterministic network cycle is achieved with a
data.
time slot principle, which is controlled by the
Asynchronous) an asynchronous phase is started
managing node. With the SoC telegram (Start of
and closed by an AsyncSend telegram. Our
Cyclic) the EPL cycle is initiated. Afterwards the
Powerlink encoder i.e.
With
the
telegram
SoA
(Start
of
MN (managing node) is sending a poll request to
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Encoder Profile
The CANopen Device profiles have been overtaken
that device parameters are corresponding to the
for the Powerlink protocol to minimize integration
profile DS406. In the following table the supported
effort for the customer. This means for encoders,
parameters are listed:
Object
Description
Data type
Access type
6000h
Operating Parameters
Unsigned 16
r/w
6001h
Measuring units per revolution
Unsigned 32
r/w
6002h
Total measuring range in measuring units
Unsigned 32
r/w
6003h
Preset value
Unsigned 32
r/w
6004h
Position Value
Unsigned 32
r/w
6500h
Operating status
Unsigned 16
r
6501h
Single-turn resolution
Unsigned 32
r
6502h
Number of distinguishable revolutions
Unsigned 32
r
6503h
Alarms
Unsigned 16
r
6504h
Supported alarms
Unsigned 16
r
6505h
Warnings
Unsigned 16
r
6506h
Supported warnings
Unsigned 16
r
6507h
Profile and Software Version
Unsigned 32
r
6509h
Offset Value
Unsigned 32
r
650Bh
Serial Number (fits to Identity Object 1018h)
Unsigned 32
r
Object 6000h: Operating Parameters
This object shall indicate the functions for code sequence, commissioning diagnostic control
and scaling function control
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Operating Parameter
Unsigned 16
4h
rw
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Code sequence: The code sequence defines,
software to change the physical resolution of the
whether increasing or decreasing position values
encoder. The measuring units per revolution
are output, in case the encoder shaft rotates
(object 6001h) and total measuring range in
clockwise or counter clockwise as seen from the
measuring units (object 6002h) are the scaling
point of view of the shaft.
parameters. The scaling function bit is set in the
operating parameters. If the scaling function bit is
Scaling function control: With the scaling function
set to zero, the scaling function is disabled.
the encoder numerical value is converted in
Bit structure for the operating parameters
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Use
MS
MS
MS
MS
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
MD
SFC
CD
CS
Table Description:
MS:
Manufacturer Specific Function (not available)
R:
Reserved for future use
MD:
Measuring direction (not available)
SFC: Scaling function (0 = disable, 1 = enable)
CD:
Commissioning diagnostic control (not availabe)
CS:
Code sequence (0 = CW, 1 = CCW)
Object 6001h: Measuring Units per Revolution
This object shall indicate the number of distinguishable steps per revolution.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Measuring units per revolution
Unsigned 32
See type
rw
shield
Attention: The XDD file has as default value 2000 hex. This value has to be adapted in the project tool to
the specific encoder value. Please refer to the type shield for the type key and data sheet.
Object 6002h: Total Measuring Range in Measuring Units
This object shall indicate the number of distinguishable steps over the total measuring range.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Total measuring steps
Unsigned 32
see type shield
rw
Attention: The XDD file has as default value 1000 hex. This value has to be adapted in the project tool to
the specific encoder value. Please refer to the type shield for the type key and data sheet.
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Object 6003h: Preset Value
This object indicates the preset value for the output position value. The encoder output position can be set
to a desired value: Preset value.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Preset Value
Unsigned 32
0h
rw
Object 6004h: Position Value
This object contains the process value of the encoder.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Process Value
Unsigned 32
–
romap
Object 6500h: Operating Status
This object shall provide the operating status of the encoder. It gives information on encoder internal
programmed parameters.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Operating status
Unsigned 16
4
ro
Object 6501h: Singleturn Resolution
The object contains the physical measuring steps per revolution of the absolute rotary encoder.
A value written in object 6001h must be lower than defined in 6501.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Singleturn Resolution
Unsigned 32
see type shield
ro
Object 6502h: Number of Distinguishable Revolutions
This object contains number of revolutions of the absolute rotary encoder.
A value written in object 6002h must be lower than defined as the multiplication of object 6501h and
6502h. Object 6002h <= 6501h * 6502h.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Number of Revolutions
Unsigned 16
see type shield
ro
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Object 6503h: Alarms
The object shall provide the status of alarms of the device.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Alarms
Unsigned 16
0h
Ro
Object 6504h: Supported Alarms
The object shall provide the supported alarms of the device..
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Supported Alarms
Unsigned 16
1h
Ro
Object 6505h: Warnings
The object provides the status of warnings of the device.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Warnings
Unsigned 16
0h
ro
Object 6506h: Supported Warnings
The object provides the supported warnings of the device. No warning is supported.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Supported Warnings
Unsigned 16
10h
ro
Object 6507h: Profile and Software Version
This object provides the implemented encoder device profile version and the manufacturer-specific
software version.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Profile and Software Version
Unsigned 32
xxyy0302h
ro
The value is divided into the profile version part and the Software version part. Each part is divided in
upper version and lower version.
MSB
LSB
Software Version xx.yy
Profile Version 3.2
Upper Software Version
Lower Software Version
Upper Software Version
Lower Software Version
xx
yy
xx
yy
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Object 6509h: Offset Value
This object contains the offset value. It is been calculated by the preset function and shifts the physical
position value with the desired value.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Offset value
Integer 32
–
ro
Object 650Bh: Serial Number
This object contains the serial number of the device. The serial number is identical with the value in object
1018h subindex 4h.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Serial Number
Unsigned 32
See type sign
ro
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10 Manufacturer Specific Profile
The encoder has also manufacturer specific objects for configuration or parameter setting listed in the
following table and detailed explanation.
Object
Description
Data type
Access type
3000h
Software Node-ID
Unsigned 8
r/w
2104h
Limit Switch Minimum Value
Unsigned 32
r/w
2105h
Limit Switch Maximum Value
Unsigned 32
r/w
2110h
Limit Switch Control
Unsigned 8
r/w
Object 3000h: Software Node-ID
This object defines the node-ID of the encoder via
The user is responsible for the right node-ID
software setting. For usage of this feature a
setting in the network to prevent double definitions
function has to be enabled at factory. The factory
and resulting conflicts.
default setting for the node-ID is 165 decimal
This object is “hard-wired” with the object 1F93h
(A5h). If another value is desired this can be
sub-index 3 “SWNodeID_U8 to guarantee data
handled by SDO telegrams.
consistency. If Object 1F93h sub-Index 3 is
It is necessary to store the setting
modified, then the value is also overtaken
into the EEPROM by usage of the
automatically in object 3000h. This object 3000h is
object 1010h to prevent a loss of
introduced to offer the user an easy kind of
configuration after power off.
configuration within the Automation Studio from
B&R.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Software Node-ID
Unsigned 8
A5h
rw
Object 2105h: Limit Switch Maximum Value
This object defines the maximum value for a
significant bit (MSB) Bit31 in the position value is
working area of the encoder. The value has to be
set till the position is below the maximum value of
less than the configured total resolution set in
the limit switch. The function of the limit switch can
object 6002h. If the position value has reached or
be enabled / disabled by setting a bit in the object
exceeded
2110h Limit Switch Control.
this
limit
value
than
the
highest
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Limit Switch Maximum Value
Unsigned 32
–
rw
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Func- Status- Position value
tion
bits
BitNo. 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1
0 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
X: any number of position value
Object 2104h: Limit Switch Minimum Value
This object defines the maximum value for a
position value is set till the position is above the
working area of the encoder. The value has to be
minimum value of the limit switch. The function of
less than the configured total resolution set in
the limit switch can be enabled / disabled by
object 6002h. If the position value has reached or
setting a bit in the object 2110h Limit Switch
exceeded this limit value, than the bit30 in the
Control.
Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Limit Switch Minimum Value
Unsigned 32
0
rw
Func- Status- Position value
tion
bits
BitNo. 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
0
1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
X: any number of position value
Object 2110h: Limit Switch Control
This
object
controls
independently
the
limit
switches from each other. LSB (bit 0) controls the
Limit Switch Minimum Value and bit 1 controls the
Limit Switch Maximum Value. If the corresponding
bit is set to logical “1”, the Limit Switch is activated
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Subindex
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Access
0h
Limit Switch Minimum Value
Unsigned 32
0
rw
Bit 0 = Control Limit Switch Minimum
Bit 1 = Control Limit Switch Maximum
Bit 2 – 7 = Reserved
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11 Glossary
Term
Explanation
10 Base T
Transmission line with 10 Mbit data transmission rate
100 Base T
Transmission line with 100 Mbit data transmission rate
ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ASCII describes as code the correlation from digital integers to a normal
font described character.
Batch file
Script program for MS-DOS
Baud rate
Transmission rate; it displays the transmission bits per second
Binary
Numeric system with value 0 or 1.
Browser
Software program to display HTML-Sides on different operating systems
(Linux, Unix, Windows, ...)
CAT5
Terminations for transmission rates up to 100 Mbit.
CRC
The cyclic redundancy check is a method from the information
technology to control a checksum for data, to reduce errors by the
transmission.
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility, there are rules to verifying devices.
Ethernet
Ethernet is a computer network technology based on frames.
Fast Ethernet
Transmission technology with 100 Mbit transmission rate.
FCS-Bytes
The Frame Check Sequenz-Bytes are a 32 Bit CRC-Checksum.
Flash
Internal memory, saved data will be available after power down.
HTML
The Hypertext Markup Language is a document format used in the
World Wide Web to be displayed by a browser
HTTP
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol is a stateless transmission protocol for
data transmission.
HUB
The hub connects different network segments e.g. in an Ethernet
network.
IP-Address
IP-address allow a logic addressing from computer in a network.
IP-Protokoll
The Internet Protocol is widespread in computer networks. It is the
implementation of the internet layer of the TCP/IP-model
Mbit
Transmission rate or baud rate, million bits per second
OSI-Modell
The Open System Interconnection reference model is a open layer
model for the organisation of a communication.
PPP-Packet
The Point-to-Point Protocol will be need for a connection establishment.
It enables the transmission between different network protocols.
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol manages the transmission of e-mails.
Switch
A switch is an electronic device to connect computers e.g. network
segments in a local network. Unlike a hub, a switch uses stacks to avoid
network collisions.
TCP
The Transmission Control Protocol is a connection orientated
transmission protocol, in a network.
TCP-Client
MS-DOS program available from FRABA to communicate with the
encoder.
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Disclaimer
© FRABA N.V. - We do not assume responsibility for technical inaccuracies or omissions. Specifications
are subject to change without notice.
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