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CPUs Types PM57x, PM58x, and PM59x
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CPUs PM57x PM58x and PM59x
- PM57x-ETH, PM58x-ETH and PM59x-ETH: CPU with network interface Ethernet RJ45
- PM58x-ARCNET and PM59x-ARCNET: CPU with network interface ARCNET BNC
- PM591-2ETH: CPU with 2 network interfaces Ethernet RJ45
- XC version for usage in extreme ambient conditions available (some models versions only)
Elements of the CPU and
Terminal Base
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
6x 7-segments
status displays with
background lighting
"Triangle" displays
for "Item"
"Square" displays
for "Status"
3 Status LEDs
6 Pushbuttons
Slot for SD Memory
Card
Label
Compartment for
Lithium Battery
TA521
Lithium Battery
TA521
SD Memory Card
MC502
I/O-Bus for
connection of I/O
Modules
Slot for CPU (CPU
mounted on
Terminal Base)
Slots for
Communication
Modules (max 4
depending on
Terminal Base;
unused slots must
be covered with
TA524)
Interface for
FieldBusPlug
Terminal block 5pole for power
supply (removable)
Terminal block 9pole for Serial
Interface COM1
(removable)
PM5xy-ETH and
PM5xy-ARCNET:
D-SUB jack 9-pole
for Serial Interface
COM2
PM5xy-2ETH:
RJ45 jack for 2nd
Ethernet
connection
RJ45 jack for
Ethernet
connection / BNC
jack for ARCNET
connection
(depending on
Terminal Base)
DIN rail
Sign for XC version
Figure: CPU PM581-ETH plugged on a Terminal Base TB521-ETH
The CPUs PM57x, PM58x, and PM59x are the central units of the control system Advant Controller 500 (AC500). The types differ in their performance
(memory size, speed etc.). Each CPU must be mounted on a suitable Terminal Base. The Terminal Base type depends on the number of
communication modules which are used together with the CPU and on the CPU-own network interface type (1x Ethernet, 2x Ethernet or ARCNET). At
the right side of the CPU, up to 10 I/O expansion modules can be attached (up to 7 I/O Terminal Units before PS501 V1.2 and CPU firmware before
V1.2.0).
The CPUs have several interfaces.
Note: Mounting, disassembling, electrical connection and dimensioned drawings for the Terminal Bases, CPUs, Communication Modules, I/O
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Terminal Units and the I/O expansion modules are described in detail in the AC500 System Data chapters.
Contents
Short description
Assortment
Connections
- I/O-Bus
- Power supply
- Bad wiring on power supply terminals
- Serial interface COM1
- Serial interface COM2
- Network interface ARCNET
- Network interface Ethernet
- FBP interface
Lithium battery
SD Memory Card
Project planning / start-up
Displays and operating elements on the front panel of the CPU
Technical data
Ordering data
Short Description
AC500-CPUs (except PM591-2ETH) can be used as slave in connection with the following FielBusPlugs:
NOTE
®
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PROFIBUS
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DeviceNet™ DNP21-FBP (Ordering No. 1SAJ 230 00 R10xx)
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CANopen
®
PDP22-FBP (Ordering No. 1SAJ 240 100 R10xx)
COP21-FBP (Ordering No. 1SAJ 230 100 R10xx)
Hardware configuration
Each CPU can operate up to 4 communication modules through its communication module interface. The Communication Modules are mounted on the
left side of the CPU on the same Terminal Base. On the right side of the CPU, up to 10 digital or analog I/O expansion modules can be attached (up to
7 I/O Terminal Units before PS501 V1.2 and CPU firmware before V1.2.0) which are automatically interconnected by the I/O-Bus.
Each of these modules requires its own I/O Terminal Unit, whose type depends on the module type.
If both of the following conditions are fulfilled, max. 10 I/O expansion modules can be connected to the I/O-Bus of the CPU:
- PS501 as of version V1.2
- CPUs as of firmware V1.2.0
Terminal Bases, Terminal Units, I/O modules, communication modules and accessories have their own technical descriptions which can be found
under Hardware AC500 and Hardware S500.
Each CPU can be used as
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bus master within the control system AC500 together with several field buses and networks
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slave (remote processor together with the FieldBusPlug) within the control system AC500 (except PM591-2ETH)
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stand-alone CPU
The CPUs are powered with 24 V DC.
Removal of energized modules is not permitted. All power sources (supply and process voltages) must be switched off while
working on any AC500 system.
CAUTION
The following figure shows a CPU with Terminal Base, Communication Modules and I/O Modules.
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Figure: CPU with Terminal Base, Communication Modules and I/O Modules
*) If both of the following conditions are fulfilled, max. 10 I/O Modules can be connected to the I/O-Bus of the CPU:
- PS501 as of version V1.2
- CPUs as of firmware V1.2.0
Assortment
CPUs
CPU
PM571
Program
memory
Cycle time
for 1
instruction
64 kB
PM571-ETH
PM572
128 kB
PM573-ETH
512 kB
Binary: min.
0.06 µs
Word: min.
0.09 µs
Floating
point: min.
0.70 µs
PM581
PM581-ETH
256 kB
PM581ARCNET
PM582
PM582-ETH
512 kB
PM583-ETH
1 MB
Binary: min.
0.05 µs
Word: min.
0.06 µs
Floating
point: min.
0.50 µs
PM590
PM590-ETH
*2)
PM590-ETH
Network interface
-
-
TB5x1-ETH
Product life
cycle
Status
Classic *1)
Integrated
Communication
Module
-
-
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
-
TB5x1-ETH
Active
Onboard
Ethernet
-
Active
-
-
TB5x1-ETH
(1SAP11x100R0270
only)
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
Integrated
Communication
Module
-
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
Integrated
Communication
Module
-
TB5x1-ARCNET
Classic *1)
TB5x1-ETH
Active /
Classic *1)
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
TB5x1-ETH
(1SAP11x100R0270
only)
Active
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
TB5x1-ETH
(1SAP11x100R0270
only)
Active
Ethernet
Arcnet
Integrated
Communication
Module
Onboard
Ethernet
-
FieldBusPlug
(FBP)
-
-
-
Integrated
Communication
Module
Integrated
Communication
Module
-
TB5x1-ARCNET
Classic *1)
TB5x1-ARCNET
Active
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
-
TB5x1-ETH
Classic *1)
-
TB5x1-ETH
(1SAP11x100R0270
only)
Active
-
PM591-ETH
Binary: min.
0.002 µs
Suitable Terminal
Bases
Integrated
Communication
Module
Onboard
Ethernet
-
PM591-ETH
*)
Serial
interface
COM1
Serial
interface
COM2
-
-
2 MB
PM590ARCNET
(R0260)
PM590ARCNET
(R0261)
PM591
Other
interfaces
Integrated
Communication
Module
Onboard
Ethernet
Communication
Module
interface
I/O-Bus
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PM5912ETH
Word: min.
0.004 µs
Floating
point: min.
0.004 µs
2x Onboard
Ethernet
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-
Serial
interface
COM1
TB5x3-2ETH
Active
TB5x1-ARCNET
Classic *1)
TB5x1-ETH
(1SAP11x100R0270
only)
Active
Communication
Module
interface
PM591ARCNET
-
Integrated
Communication
Module
Onboard
Ethernet
-
4 MB
PM592-ETH
I/O-Bus
Serial
interface
COM1
Serial
interface
COM2
FieldBusPlug
(FBP)
Communication
Module
interface
I/O-Bus
*1) These CPUs should be used as spare parts only. Never use them for planning new plants.
*2) The CPUs PM59x-ETH (1SAP150x00R0170) can only be used with the new Terminal Bases (1SAP11x100R0270) if they have product index C6 or
higher. Otherwise, they should be updated to that index.
NOTE
CPUs PM57x-ETH, PM58x-ETH and PM59x-ETH with ordering No. 1SAPxxxxxxR0271 can only be used with Terminal Bases
with ordering No. 1SAPxxxxxxR0270.
CPUs PM5xx-2ETH can only be used with TB5x3-2ETH Terminal Bases.
For further information see Technical Data and Ordering Data
Terminal Bases
For more information about the Terminal Bases, see chapter TB51x to TB54x CPU Terminal Bases.
Connections
I/O-Bus
The I/O-Bus is the I/O data bus for the S500 expansion modules. Through this bus, I/O and diagnosis data are transferred between the AC500 CPU
and the I/O expansion modules. Up to 10 I/O Terminal Units (for 1 I/O expansion module each) can be added to one Terminal Base (up to 7 I/O
Terminal Units before PS501 V1.2 and CPU firmware before V1.2.0).
The I/O Terminal Units have a bus input at the left side and a bus output at the right side. Thus the length of the I/O-Bus increases with the number of
the I/O expansion modules used.
Figure: I/O-Bus
Power Supply
The supply voltage of 24 V DC is connected to a 5-pole removable terminal block. ZP and UP exist twice. So it is possible to supply external sensors
(up to 8 A max.) from these terminals, for instance.
L+
L+
M
M
+24 V DC
+24 V DC
0V
0V
UP
UP
ZP
ZP
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FE
FE
1
Terminator
P
RxD/TxDP
Rxd/TxDN
Terminator
N
2
3
4
Terminal
block
removed
Terminal
block
inserted
Functional
Earth
RS-485
RS-485
RS-485
RS-485
5
RTS
RS-232
6
TxD
RS-232
7
SGND
8
RxD
Signal
Ground
RS-232
9
CTS
RS-232
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Terminator P
Receive/Transmit,
positive
Receive/Transmit,
negative
Terminator N
Request to send
(output)
Transmit data
(output)
Receive data
(input)
Clear to send
(input)
Figure, upper part: Power supply via a 5-pole terminal block
Figure, lower part: Terminal assignment of the serial interface COM1
Bad wiring on power supply terminals
Risk of damaging the CPU and the Terminal Base!
CPU and Terminal Base may be damaged by voltages larger than the range allowed.
Never connect supply and process voltages > 30 V DC to the Terminal Base.
CAUTION
Risk of damaging the Terminal Base and the power supply!
Power supply and Terminal Base can be damaged by short circuits.
Make sure that the clamps L+ and M which exist twice are not connected in a wrong way (e. g. +/- of power supply is
connected to both L+/L+ or both M/M)
CAUTION
Risk of damaging the Terminal Base!
Clamp and Terminal Base can be damaged by too large currents.
Make sure that the current through the removable clamps never exceeds 8 A.
CAUTION
Serial interface COM1 (for terminal assignment see the figure above)
The serial interface COM1 is connected to a removable 9-pole terminal block. It is configurable for RS-232 and RS-485 and can be used for
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an online access (RS-232 programming interface for PC/Control Builder)
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a free protocol (communication via the function blocks COM_SEND and COM_REC)
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Modbus RTU, master and slave or
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a CS31 system bus (RS-485), as master only
Risk of damaging the CPU and the Terminal Base!
The CPU and the Terminal Base may be damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Make sure that the 9-pole terminal block is always connected to the Terminal Base even if you do not use COM1.
CAUTION
A detailed description for COM1 can be found under Serial interface COM1 of the CPU Terminal Bases (PM57x, PM58x, PM59x).
Serial interface COM2
The serial interface COM2 is connected to a 9-pole SUB-D connector. It is configurable for RS-232 and RS-485 and can be used for
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an online access (RS-232 programming interface for PC/Control Builder)
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a free protocol (communication via the function blocks COM_SEND and COM_REC)
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Modbus RTU, master and slave
COM2 is not intended to establish a CS31 system bus.
1
FE
2
3
4
TxD
RxD/TxDP
RTS
5
SGND
6
7
+5 V
RxD
Functional
earth
RS-232
RS-485
Transmit Data
Receive/Transmit
output
positive
RS-232
Request To Send
output
Signal
Ground
0 V supply out
RS-232
5 V supply out
Receive Data
input
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9
Shield
RxD/TxDN
CTS
FE
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RS-485
Receive/Transmit
negative
RS-232
Functional
earth
Clear to Send
input
PM5xx-2ETH CPUs have no COM2 interface.
NOTE
Figure: Pin assignment of the serial interface COM2
A detailed description for COM2 can be found under Serial interface COM2 of the CPU Terminal Bases (PM57x, PM58x and PM59x).
Network interface ARCNET
This interface is the connection to the internal ARCNET Communication Module of the CPUs PM5xx-ARCNET.
Figure: ARCNET interface
Network interface Ethernet
This interface is the connection to the internal Ethernet communication module / Onboard Ethernet of the CPUs PM5xx-ETH. Applications are:
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TCP/IP for PC/Control Builder (programming)
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UDP (communication via function blocks ETH_UDP_SEND and ETH_UDP_REC)
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Modbus on TCP/IP (Modbus on TCP/IP, master and slave)
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Shield
NC
NC
RxDNC
NC
RxD+
TxDTxD+
Cable Shield
Not used
Not used
Receive data
Not used
Not used
Receive data
Transmit data
Transmit data
Signal Ground
Figure: Pin assignment of the Ethernet interface
CPUs PM5xx-2ETH have 2 independent Ethernet interfaces.
NOTE
FBP interface
Through this 5-pole fieldbus-neutral interface, the AC500 CPU can be connected as a slave to a fieldbus master. The FieldBusPlug is fastened by a
screw.
Pin assignment in serial mode
1
+24 V
Standard power supply
2
3
4
5
Diagnosis pin
0V
Serial data
Serial data
Standard power supply
Figure: Pin assignment of the FBP interface
CPUs PM5xx-2ETH do NOT support communication via FBP interface.
NOTE
Lithium battery
AC500 CPUs are supplied without a Lithium battery. It therefore must be ordered separately. The TA521 Lithium Battery is used to save RAM contents
of AC500 CPUs and back-up the real-time clock. Although the CPUs can work without a battery, its use is still recommended in order to avoid process
data being lost.
The CPU monitors the battery status. A low battery warning is output before the battery condition becomes critical (about 2 weeks before). After the
warning message appears, the battery should be replaced as soon as possible.
The technical data, handling instructions and the insertion/replacement of the battery is described in detail in chapter TA521 Lithium Battery.
SD Memory Card
AC500 CPUs are supplied without an SD Memory Card. It therefore must be ordered separately. The SD Memory Card is used to back-up user data
and store user programs as well as to update the internal CPU firmware. AC500 CPUs can be operated with and without SD Memory Cards.
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The CPU uses a standard file system. This allows standard card readers to read the MC502 SD Memory Cards.
The technical data, handling instructions and the insertion/replacement of the SD Memory Card is described in detail in chapter SD Memory Card
MC502.
Project planning / start-up
Programming is carried out with the AC500 Control Builder software, which is based on the CoDeSys standard. The software can be run on the
operating systems Windows 2000, XP and Windows 7.
A fast Online Program Modification of the user program is possible without interrupting the running operation.
If data areas should be saved during power OFF/ON, they can be stored in the Flash EPROM. The installed Lithium battery saves data in the RAM.
Display and Operating Elements on the Front Panel of a Processor Module
The display of a Processor Module is equipped with a background-lighted 7-segment display. This display consists of 6 digits for plain text or error
codes that denote
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the current activity status of the Processor Module (RUN or STOP mode),
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the battery status,
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error numbers and information on the error,
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current settings of the Processor Module.
Further, the display can be used for simple configurations such as address modifications. The entire functionality of a Processor Module is described in
detail under "System technology of the CPUs".
The display contains the following indicators:
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A black square ( ) denotes the status/working activity of the corresponding object on the left side/right side of the display. The black square flashes
according to the device activity, e.g. on data exchange on ETH, COM1, etc.
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A black triangle ( ) points to the selected device/interface on the left side/right side of the display to be configured or read. Further, it acts as a
cursor for the Count up/Count down buttons. Exception: A triangle at the BATT item indicates a missing or not fully charged battery.
The black triangles point to the following items on the left side of the display:
No.
1
2
3
4
On the left side
<empty item>
SYS (system)
BATT (battery)
I/O-Bus
Meaning
Cannot be used.
Refers to the system status.
Refers to the battery status.
Refers to I/O bus connection.
The black triangles point to the following items on the right side of the display:
No.
5
6
On the right side
<variable item>
<empty item>
ETH (Ethernet)
ETH1
ARCNET
<variable item>
Meaning
Cannot be used.
Refers to Ethernet connection or can be left empty.
Refers to the first Ethernet connection or can be left empty.
Refers to ARCNET connection or can be left empty.
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FBP (FieldBusPlug)
ETH2
COM1
<variable item>
<empty item>
COM2
7
8
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Refers to FBP (FieldBusPlug) or can be left empty.
Refers to the second Ethernet connection or can be left empty.
Refers to COM1 connection or can be left empty.
Cannot be used.
Refers to COM2 connection or can be left empty.
All 127 FBP addresses can be set with Automation Builder. On the display only up to 99 FBP addresses can be set.
NOTE
Though it is possible to set a slave address for the FBP manually, this is not recommended as it has high influence on the
behaviour of the application. An FBP address that has been set manually replaces the address configured by the AC500
Processor Module.
CAUTION
If the FBP address (set by Automation Builder or manually) is different from the address assigned by the master device for the
same station, the station cannot be accessed. The complete fieldbus cannot work properly or is completely down!
AC500 Processor Module equipped with FBP is always a slave device on the bus. To act as a master, AC500 Processor Module should be equipped
®
with a master communication module (e.g. CM572-DP for PROFIBUS DP).
Manually modified address will only be valid after a power OFF/ON of the Processor Module!
CAUTION
The following table specifies the different display options for ABB Processor Modules:
Processor
Module
PM5xx
Display Variant
Meaning
Display for a Processor Module with FBP
support.
PM5xxETH
Display for a Processor Module with FBP
and Ethernet support.
PM5xxARCNET
Display for a Processor Module with
ARCNET support.
PM5xx2ETH
Display for a Processor Module with support
for 2 Ethernet connections.
Below the display the following LEDs indicate the status of the Processor Module:
LED
Power
LED
(PWR)
Run
LED
(RUN)
Error
LED
(ERR)
Status
Denotes the
power supply
status of the
Processor
Module
Denotes the
activity status
of the
Processor
Module
Color
Green
LED = ON
Voltage is
present (24 V
DC)
LED = OFF
Voltage is
missing
Green
Processor
Module is in
RUN mode
Processor
Module is in
STOP mode
Denotes an
error
Red
An error has
occurred. After
pressing the
DIAG button,
the error type
and the error
code is
No errors or
only
warnings are
encountered.
LED Flashes
--
If the Run LED (RUN) flashes fast
(4 Hz), the Processor Module is
reading/writing the SD card.
Together with a flashing Error
LED (ERR) the Processor Module
is writing the internal Flash
EEPROM.
If the Run LED flashes slowly (1
Hz), a firmware update from the
SD card is finished without errors.
If the Error LED flashes fast (4
Hz) together with a flashing Run
LED, the firmware is updated and
a Flash EEPROM is written.
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displayed. The
error codes can
be shown by
means of the
DIAG and OK
buttons.
A running Processor Module is indicated with the status Run on the display, a deactivated Processor Module is indicated with the status Stop. In both
cases the background lighting is switched off.
The Processor Module can be operated manually using the buttons on the front panel:
Button
Meaning
Run
Value
Description
Toggles the Processor Module between RUN and STOP mode.
Switching into RUN mode is only possible if a project is configured
correctly in Automation Builder.
Shows different state values of the Processor Module.
Escape
Quits the current menu, submenu or function without saving.
OK /
Acknowledgement
Acknowledges the current value or selects a menu/submenu. Changes
that have been sent to the CPU successfully are confirmed with done
on the display.
Diagnostic
Allows evaluation of error messages in detail.
Configuration
Allows navigation through addresses and system settings.
Count up
Press the button repeatedly in order to increase the value each time
by 1. Keep the button pressed in order to count up fast.
Count down
Press the button repeatedly in order to decrease the value each time
by 1. Keep the button pressed in order to count down fast.
Startup Procedure of a PLC
Procedure
Display on system start (power on).
Display
PLC is in boot mode.
PLC is in initialization mode.
PLC is in STOP mode.
Manual switch into RUN mode with RUN button.
PLC is in RUN mode. This is only possible if a valid project is
available in the Flash memory.
Manual switch into STOP mode with RUN button.
Configurations on the Processor Module
Configurations for a Version ≥ 2.4
This section describes how to configure a Processor Module manually.
Processor Module can be configured in RUN mode or STOP mode, hence this device state is called Run/Stop mode in the following. By pressing the
CFG button repeatedly, you simply navigate through the statuses of the device. However, to configure the Processor Module, use the OK, ESC and CFG
buttons alternately.
Procedure:
1. The Processor Module is in Run/Stop mode. By pressing the CFG button once, the IP configuration for Ethernet connection is displayed
(IPETH1).
2. By pressing the CFG button again, address configuration for Ethernet connection is displayed (Adr000).
3. By pressing the ESC button, menu is aborted. You revert to the Run/Stop mode.
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4. By pressing the OK button, submenu for Ethernet connection is opened. Either a static IP address can be set or a DHCP address is defined
automatically.
Example: Setting a static IP address
The following example describes how to set a static IP address for Ethernet connection. This configuration can be done as of CPU Firmware Version
2.4.
Procedure
The Processor Module is in Run/Stop mode.
Display
Press the CFG button until IPETH1 is displayed.
Press the CFG button until DHCP is displayed.
Press the OK button. A submenu for IP configuration is opened.
Press the CFG button. STATIC is displayed.
Press the OK button. A submenu for configuration of the address
(A1 ... A4) is opened.
Use the Count up/Count down buttons to change the values.
Confirm with the OK button to save your changes. To discard your
modifications, press the ESC button (you return to the IPETH1
configuration).
Press the OK button. A submenu for configuration of the network
mask (N1 ... N4) is opened.
Use the Count up/Count down buttons to change the values.
Confirm with the OK button to save your changes. To discard your
modifications, press the ESC button (you return to the IPETH1
configuration).
Press the OK button. A submenu for configuration of the gateway
(G1 ... G4) is opened.
Use the Count up/Count down buttons to change the values.
Confirm with the OK button to save your changes. To discard your
modifications, press the ESC button (you return to the IPETH1
configuration).
The following tables describe navigation through the display of a Processor Module as of CPU Firmware Version ≥ 2.4. Navigation starts with the
Processor Module being in Run/Stop mode (State 0). By pressing one of the three buttons a certain action is triggered. The result of this action is
described in the result columns of the tables.
State
Description - Main menu
Result on pressing one of the buttons
0
The Processor Module is in Run/Stop
mode.
State 1 is displayed.
Remains in Run/Stop
mode.
Remains in Run/Stop
mode.
1
IPETH1: IP configuration for Ethernet
connection - if connected.
State 2 is displayed.
Return into Run/Stop
mode.
2
Adr000: Address configuration for
Ethernet connection. Change the values
with the Count up/Count down
buttons.
Adr000: Address configuration for FBP
connection. Change the values with the
Count up/Count down buttons.
Adr000: Address configuration for
COM1 interface - if connected. Change
the values with the Count up/Count
down buttons.
State 3 is displayed.
Return into Run/Stop
mode.
Opens the submenu for
IP configuration. Refer to
State 1.1 in the following
table.
Your settings are saved.
State 2 is displayed.
State 4 is displayed.
Return into Run/Stop
mode.
Your settings are saved.
State 3 is displayed.
State 5 is displayed.
Return into Run/Stop
mode.
Your settings are saved.
State 4 is displayed.
Adr000: Address configuration for
COM2 interface - if connected. Change
the values with the Count up/Count
down buttons.
Mod 00: Startup mode configuration for
the Processor Module. Change the
values with the Count up/Count down
buttons.
FL 000: ID configuration for FlexConf for
the Processor Module. Change the
values with the Count up/Count down
State 6 is displayed.
Return into Run/Stop
mode.
Your settings are saved.
State 5 is displayed.
State 7 is displayed.
Return into Run/Stop
mode.
Your settings are saved.
State 1 is displayed.
State 8 is displayed.
Return into Run/Stop
mode.
Your settings are saved.
State 1 is displayed.
3
4
5
6
7
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buttons.
The following States are only displayed if either CM577-ETH or CM597-ETH is plugged:
8
IPSlt 1: IP configuration for the
State 9 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
Communication Module in slot 1 - if
unchanged. Return to
Ethernet connection is set.
State 7.
9
IPSlt 2: IP configuration for the
Communication Module in slot 1 - if
Ethernet connection is set.
State 10 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 7.
10
IPSlt 3: IP configuration for the
Communication Module in slot 1 - if
Ethernet connection is set.
State 11 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 7.
11
IPSlt 4: IP configuration for the
Communication Module in slot 1 - if
Ethernet connection is set.
State 8 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 7.
State
Description - Submenu 1
Result on pressing one of the buttons
1.1
DHCP: Sets a DHCP address. For this,
network connection is required.
State 1.2 is displayed.
1.2
Static: Configuration of a static IP
address.
State 1.3 is displayed.
1.3
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Reset: Reset option is displayed.
Aborts the menu
Note: If PLC is in Stop mode, the Reset
unchanged. Return to
mode can be displayed as well by
State 1.1.
pressing the RUN button for a few
seconds (longer than 3 s).
The following States are only displayed if either CM577-ETH or CM597-ETH is plugged:
8.1
DHCP: Submenu for slot 1 configuration
State 8.2 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
opens. Sets a DHCP address.
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
8.2
Static: Configuration of a static IP
Opens the submenu 2.
Aborts the menu
address.
Refer to State 1.2.1 in the
unchanged. Return to
following table.
State 1.
State
Description - Submenu 2
Opens the submenu for
slot 1 configuration. Refer
to State 8.1 in the
following table.
Opens the submenu for
slot 2 configuration.
Configuration is similar to
the description for State
8.1.
Opens the submenu for
slot 3 configuration.
Configuration is similar to
the description for State
8.1.
Opens the submenu for
slot 4 configuration.
Configuration is similar to
the description for State
8.1.
No functionality.
Opens the submenu 2.
Refer to State 1.2.1 in the
following table.
PLC resets user program
via a soft-reset of the
application. Reset to
Production data.
Opens the submenu 2.
Refer to State 1.2.1 in the
following table.
No functionality.
Result on pressing one of the buttons
1.2.1
Submenu opens. Configuration of
State 1.2.2 is displayed.
No functionality.
address A1-A4. Change the values with
the Count up/Count down buttons.
1.2.2
Configuration of network mask N1-N4.
State 1.2.3 is displayed.
Aborts the menu. Return
Change the values with the Count
to State 1.
up/Count down buttons.
1.2.3
Configuration of gateway G1-G4.
State 1.2.1 is displayed.
Aborts the menu. Return
Change the values with the Count
to State 1.
up/Count down buttons.
The following States are only displayed if either CM577-ETH or CM597-ETH is plugged:
8.1.1
Submenu opens. Configuration of
State 8.1.2 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
address A1-A4. Change the values with
unchanged. Return to
the Count up/Count down buttons.
State 8.
No functionality.
8.1.2
No functionality.
8.1.3
Configuration of network mask N1-N4.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
Configuration of gateway G1-G4.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
State 8.1.3 is displayed.
State 8.1.1 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 8.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 8.
Your settings are saved.
State 1.1 is displayed.
Your settings are saved.
State 1.1 is displayed.
No functionality.
No functionality.
Configurations for a Version < 2.4
The following tables describe navigation through the display of a Processor Module with CPU Firmware Version < 2.4. Navigation starts with the
Processor Module being in Run/Stop mode (State 0). By pressing one of the three buttons a certain action is triggered. The result of this action is
described in the result columns of the tables.
State
Description - Main menu
Result on pressing one of the buttons
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The Processor Module is in Run/Stop
mode.
IP-Set: IP configuration.
State 1 is displayed.
2
Adr000: Address configuration for
Ethernet connection. Change the values
with the Count up/Count down
buttons.
State 3 is displayed.
You revert to the
Run/Stop mode.
Remains in Run/Stop
mode.
Opens the submenu 1 for
IP configuration. Refer to
State 1.1 in the following
table.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
3
Adr000: Address configuration for FBP
connection. Change the values with the
Count up/Count down buttons.
Adr000: Address configuration for
COM1 interface - if connected. Change
the values with the Count up/Count
down buttons.
Adr000: Address configuration for
COM2 interface - if connected. Change
the values with the Count up/Count
down buttons.
Mod 00: Startup mode configuration for
the Processor Module. Change the
values with the Count up/Count down
buttons.
State 4 is displayed.
You revert to the
Run/Stop mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
State 5 is displayed.
You revert to the
Run/Stop mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
State 6 is displayed.
You revert to the
Run/Stop mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
State 7 is displayed.
You revert to the
Run/Stop mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
FL: ID configuration for FlexConf
(multiple hardware configurations) for
the Processor Module.
Return to State 1.
You revert to the
Run/Stop mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
State
Description - Submenu 1
Result on pressing one of the buttons
1.1
SLot00: Configuration of slot 1 -4.
No functionality.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
State 1.2 is displayed.
1.2
Static: Configuration of a static IP
address.
State 1.3 is displayed.
1.3
Reset option is displayed.
State 1.4 is displayed.
Opens the submenu 2.
Refer to State 1.2.1 in the
following table.
Reset to Production data
(reset).
1.4
DHCP: Configuration of a DHCP
address.
State 1.2 is displayed.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
State
Description - Submenu 2
Result on pressing one of the buttons
1.2.1
A1 000: Address configuration for A1.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
A2 000: Address configuration for A2.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
A3 000: Address configuration for A3.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
A4 000: Address configuration for A4.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
n1 000: Configuration of the network
mask for N1. Change the values with
the Count up/Count down buttons.
n2 000: Configuration of the network
mask for N2. Change the values with
the Count up/Count down buttons.
n3 000: Configuration of the network
mask for N3. Change the values with
the Count up/Count down buttons.
n4 000: Configuration of the network
mask for N4. Change the values with
the Count up/Count down buttons.
State 1.2.2 is displayed.
g1 000: Gateway configuration for G1.
Change the values with the Count
State 1.2.10 is displayed.
1
4
5
6
7
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
1.2.5
1.2.6
1.2.7
1.2.8
1.2.9
State 2 is displayed.
State 1.2.3 is displayed.
State 1.2.4 is displayed.
State 1.2.5 is displayed.
State 1.2.6 is displayed.
State 1.2.7 is displayed.
State 1.2.8 is displayed.
State 1.2.9 is displayed.
Remains in Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
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up/Count down buttons.
g2 000: Gateway configuration for G2.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
g3 000: Gateway configuration for G3.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
g4 000: Gateway configuration for G4.
Change the values with the Count
up/Count down buttons.
1.2.10
1.2.11
1.2.12
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State 1.2.11 is displayed.
State 1.2.12 is displayed.
Return to State 1.2.1.
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Aborts the menu
unchanged. Return to
State 1.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Return to Run/Stop
mode.
Reading out Values on the Processor Module
The following settings of the Processor Module can be read out in the described order by pressing
repeatedly:
1. Time since last boot of the Processor Module (hh.mm.ss).
2. Date settings for the Processor Module (yy.mm.dd).
3. State of the battery (values 0, 20 100): "ub 100" represents a fully charged battery with 100 %. "ub 20" represents a battery that is charged > 20
% but < 100 %. "ub 000" represents a missing battery of a battery that is charged < 20%.
4. Version of display firmware (d <n.n> r): d = display, <n.n> = version number, r = release. For example "d 2.6 r".
5. Version of CPU firmware (C <n.n.n> r): C = CPU (firmware), <n.n.n> = version number, r = release. For example "C 2.4.0 r".
6. Name and type of the Processor Module. For example "PM590".
7. Return into Run/Stop mode.
Those settings can be displayed but not modified. With OK you return into the Run/Stop mode, with ESC you return to State 1 (time).
Reading out Error Messages on the Processor Module
Displaying error messages
This section describes how to handle error messages on a Processor Module with a AC500 Version ≥ 2.0.
In the case of an error, the Error LED (ERR) is switched on. By pressing
out.
information on the error code and diagnostic information can be read
By pressing the DIAG button repeatedly, you can navigate through 4 diagnostic levels of the selected error (d1 to d4). Each level provides further
information on the error. The following diagnostic information of the Processor Module can be read out in the described order:
1. Displays the error code (e.g. E3 026).
2. Displays the diagnostic level 1 (e.g. d1 014).
3. Displays the diagnostic level 2 (e.g. d2 003).
4. Displays the diagnostic level 3 (e.g. d3 031).
5. Displays the diagnostic level 4 (e.g. d4 003).
6. Reverts to State 1 and displays the error code.
In order to switch off the Error LED (ERR) each error must be acknowledged. For this, press the OK button from State 1 - 6. By pressing the ESC
button in State 1 or 6 the diagnostic menu is aborted. The error remains unacknowledged. By pressing the ESC button in State 2 - 5 you revert to State
1.
Further, with the PLC browser you can display an error log (command: diagshow all).
The DIAG button is only active in the case of at least one not acknowledged error. In this case the Error LED is switched on.
The oldest not yet acknowledged error is displayed first.
NOTE
An error code always consists of an error class (E1 ... E4) and an error number (000 ... 255). The error class defines reaction of the Processor
Module depending on the error level. The error number can be used for error recognition. For detailed information on an individual error number see
The Diagnosis System in AC500. In this example, E4 008 refers to an error of the error level "warning" that indicates an empty or missing component.
The following table specifies the possible error classes of the Processor Module:
Error
class
E1
Type
Meaning
Example
Fatal error
Safe function of the operating system is no longer
guaranteed.
Note: Errors of E1 error class are not shown on the
display.
Wrong value, checksum error in system Flash,
RAM error, short-circuit, exhausted or missing
battery, etc.
E2
Serious error
Checksum error in user Flash, independent of
the task duration.
E3
Minor error
Operating system works without problems, however,
error-free processing of the user program is no longer
guaranteed.
It depends on the application, if the user program
should be stopped by the operating system or not.
The user decides, which reaction is necessary.
Flash could not be programmed, I/O module
has failed.
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Error in periphery (e.g. I/O) which might have
influence in the future. The user decides, which
reaction is necessary.
Short-circuit at I/O modules, battery is
exhausted or not inserted.
Press the DIAG button repeatedly to navigate through 4 diagnostic levels (d1 to d4) that provide further information on the error.
The following table specifies the possible detail levels:
Diagnostic
Level
d1
d2
d3
Object
No.
Meaning
Comp
(Component)
Dev (Device)
000 ...
015
000 ...
255
000 ...
030
000 ...
031
Indicates the component which has sent the error (communication module, CPU, COM1, FBP, IOBus, etc.).
Defines the faulty device within the component.
Mod
(Module)
CH (to be
defined)
d4
Defines the part of the module with an error (slot).
Defines the channel within the module.
Example for a diagnostic routine (exhausted battery)
The following diagnostic routine describes how to proceed in the case of an error:
Diagnostic Level
The Processor Module is running (Run mode). The
background lighting is switched off.
Meaning
If an error occurs, the Error LED (ERR) switches on.
Press the DIAG button.
The error code with the error class is displayed (in the
example E4 008). This error is a warning with the error
number 008. As the BATT item is selected and 008 means
"Empty/Missing", the error code indicates an issue on the
battery.
Press the DIAG button again.
The background lighting switches on.
The error code with the diagnostic level1 - d1 is displayed
(in the example d1 009). The error number 009 means
that the Processor Module has sent the error already.
Press the DIAG button again.
The error code with the diagnostic level2 - d2 is displayed
(in the example d2 022). The error number 022 indicates
the device type "battery".
Press the DIAG button again.
The error code with the diagnostic level3 - d3 is displayed
(in the example d3 031). The error number 031 indicates
"no module type" (= module itself).
Press the DIAG button again.
The error code with the diagnostic level4 - d4 is displayed
(in the example d4 031). The error number 031 indicates
"no channel" (= device itself).
Press the OK button.
The error is acknowledged and the display either returns to
normal state or shows the next error. The Error LED (ERR)
is switched off (provided that there are no further errors).
OR
Press the ESC button. The display returns to normal state
without acknowledging the error. The Error LED (ERR)
remains on.
For further information see The Diagnosis System in AC500.
Technical Data
The System Data of AC500 and S500 are valid for standard version.
The System Data of AC500-XC are valid for the XC version.
Only additional details are therefore documented below.
General data of the CPUs and the Terminal Bases
For more information, please refer to the AC500 System Data chapter.
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Connection of the supply voltage 24 V DC at the
Terminal Base of the CPU
Current consumption from 24 V DC
Inrush current at 24 V DC
Max. power dissipation within the module
Slots on the Terminal Bases
CPU interfaces at the Terminal Bases TB5x1
CPU interfaces at the Terminal Bases TB5x3
CPU network interfaces at the Terminal Bases
Connection system
Dimensions
Width x height x depth
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at a 5-pole removable terminal block with spring connection
PM57x: 50 mA
PM57x-ETH: 110 mA
PM58x: 50 mA
PM58x-ETH: 110 mA
PM58x-ARCNET: 110 mA
PM59x: 90 mA
PM59x-ETH: 150 mA
PM59x-2ETH: 150 mA
PM59x-ARCNET: 150 mA
PM57x, PM58x and PM59x (all variants): 1 A²s *)
10 W
TB511: 1 CPU, 1 Communication Module
TB521 / TB523: 1 CPU, 2 Communication Modules
TB541: 1 CPU, 4 Communication Modules
I/O-Bus, COM1, COM2, FBP
I/O-Bus, COM1
TB5x1-ETH / PM5xx-ETH: Ethernet
TB5x3-ETH / PM5xx-ETH: 2x Ethernet
TB5x1-ARCNET / PM5xx-ARCNET: ARCNET
see Connection System
further details see AC500 System Data
TB51x with CPU: 95.5 x 135 x 75 mm
TB52x with CPU: 123.5 x 135 x 75 mm
TB54x with CPU: 179.5 x 135 x 75 mm
PM571: 135 g
PM571-ETH: 150 g
PM581: 135 g
PM581-ETH: 150 g
PM581-ARCNET: 160 g
PM582: 135 g
PM582-ETH: 150 g
PM59x: 135 g
PM59x-ETH: 150 g
PM59x-2ETH: 150g
PM59x-ARCNET: 160 g
horizontal or
vertical with derating (50 % output load, reduction of temperature to 40 °C)
Weight (CPU without Terminal Base)
Mounting position
*1) The melting integral for the CPU is depending on the integrated CPU power supply, number and type of Communication Modules and I/O modules
connected to the I/O-Bus.
Detailed data of the CPUs
CPU
Program
memory
Flash EPROM
and RAM
Data memory,
integrated
PM571
PM571
-ETH
PM572
128
kB
64 kB
28 kB, incl. 12 kB
buffered
128 kB,
incl. 12
kB
buffered
PM573ETH
(R0271)
512 kB
512 kB, incl.
288 kB
buffered
PM58x
PM58x
-ETH
PM581ARCNET
PM583ETH
PM581: 256 kB
PM582: 512 kB
1024 kB
416 kB, incl. 288 kB buffered
1024 kB,
incl. 288
kB
buffered
Expandable
memory
PM59x
PM59x
-ETH
PM59xARCNET
(R0260,
R0261)
PM59x-ETH
(R0271) /
PM59x-2ETH
(R0277)
PM590: 2048 kB
PM591/PM592: 4096 kB
PM590: 2560 kB, PM591:3584 kB, incl.
1536 kB buffered
PM590: 3072
kB,
PM591/592:5632
kB, incl. 1536 kB
buffered
none
Integrated
mass storage
memory
PM592-ETH: 4
GB flashdisk
none
Pluggable SD
Memory Card
for:
- User data
storage
- Program
storage
- Firmware
update
x
Cycle time for 1
instruction
- Binary
- Word
- Floating point
min. 0.06 µs
min. 0.09 µs
min. 0.70 µs
min. 0.05 µs
min. 0.06 µs
min. 0.50 µs
min. 0.002 µs
min. 0.004 µs
min. 0.004 µs
Max. number of
central inputs
and outputs (up
to 7 exp.
modules):
- Digital inputs
- Digital outputs
- Analog inputs
- Analog
224
168
112
224
168
112
224
168
112
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outputs
112
112
112
Max. number of
central inputs
and outputs (10
exp. modules):
*)
- Digital inputs
- Digital outputs
- Analog inputs
- Analog
outputs
320
240
160
160
320
240
160
160
320
240
160
160
Number of
decentralized
inputs and
outputs
depends on the used field bus (as an info on the CS31 Bus: up to 31 stations with up to 120 DI / 120 DO each)
Data backup
battery
Data buffering
time at 25 °C
about 3 years
Battery low
indication
warning indication issued about 2 weeks before the battery charge becomes critical
Real-time clock
- With battery
back-up
- Accuracy
X
Typ. ± 2 s / day at 25 °C
Program
execution
- cyclic
- timecontrolled
- multitasking
x
x
x
Protection of
the user
program by a
password
Serial interface
COM1
- Physical link:
- Connection:
- Usage:
Serial interface
COM2 (not for
PM5xy-2ETH
models)
- Physical link:
- Connection:
- Usage:
Integrated
Communication
Module,
ETH = Ethernet
RJ45
ARCNET =
ARCNET BNC
Number of
external
Communication
Modules
X
configurable for RS-232 or RS-485 (from 0.3 to 187.5 kB/s)
pluggable terminal block, spring connection
for programming,
as Modbus (master/slave),
as serial ASCI communication,
as CS31 Master
configurable for RS-232 or RS-485 (from 0.3 to 187.5 kB/s)
SUB-D connector
for programming,
as Modbus (master/slave),
as serial ASCII communication
-
ETH
-
ETH
onboard
with
Webserver,
SNTP and
IEC608705-104
protocol
up to 4 Communication Modules like PROFIBUS
-
®
ETH
ARCNET
-
ETH
ARCNET
ETH onboard
with
Webserver,
SNTP and
IEC60870-5104 protocol
®
DP, Ethernet, CANopen , DeviceNet™. There is no restriction concerning the communication module types
®
DP Communication Modules are possible)
and communication module combinations (e.g. up to 4 PROFIBUS
LEDs, LCD
display,
8 function keys
for RUN/STOP switch-over, status displays and diagnosis
Number of
timers
unlimited
Number of
counters
unlimited
Programming
languages
- Instruction
List IL
- Function
Block Diagram
FBD
- Ladder
Diagram LD
- Sequential
Function
Chart SFC
- Continuous
Function
Chart (CFC)
ETH
onboard
with
Webserver,
SNTP and
IEC608705-104
protocol
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Certifications
CE, GL, DNV, BV, RINA, LRS, cUL
*) up to 7 I/O Terminal Units before PS501 V1.2 and CPU firmware before V1.2.0
Ordering Data
Order No.
CPUs
1SAP 130 100
R0200
1SAP 130 100
R0270
1SAP 130 200
R0200
Scope of delivery
PM571, CPU, memory 64 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display
PM571-ETH, CPU, memory 64 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module Ethernet
TCP/IP
PM572, CPU, memory 128 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display
Product life
cycle status
Classic *)
Classic *)
Active
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1SAP 130 300
R0271
1SAP 330 300
R0271
1SAP 140 100
R0200
1SAP 140 100
R0260
1SAP 140 100
R0270
1SAP 140 200
R0200
1SAP 140 200
R0201
1SAP 340 200
R0201
1SAP 140 200
R0270
1SAP 140 300
R0271
1SAP 340 300
R0271
1SAP 150 000
R0200
1SAP 150 000
R0260
1SAP 150 000
R0261
1SAP 150 000
R0270
1SAP 150 000
R0271
1SAP 150 100
R0200
1SAP 150 100
R0260
1SAP 150 100
R0270
1SAP 150 100
R0271
1SAP 150 100
R0277
1SAP 350 100
R0271
1SAP 150 200
R0271
1SAP 350 200
R0271
Accessories
1SAP 180 300
R0001
1SAP 180 100
R0001
1SAP 180 200
R0001
1SAP 180 200
R0101
1TNE 968 901
R1100
1SAP 180 800
R0001
PM573-ETH, CPU, memory 512 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver,
SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols
PM573-ETH-XC, CPU, memory 512 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver,
SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols, XC version
PM581, CPU, memory 256 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display
PM581-ARCNET, CPU, memory 256 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module ARCNET
PM581-ETH, CPU, memory 256 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module Ethernet
TCP/IP
PM582, CPU, memory 512 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display
PM582, CPU, memory 512 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display
PM582-XC, CPU, memory 512 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, XC version
PM582-ETH, CPU, memory 256 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module Ethernet
TCP/IP
PM583-ETH, CPU, memory 1024 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver,
SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols
PM583-ETH-XC, CPU, memory 1024 kB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver,
SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols, XC version
PM590, CPU, memory 2 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display
PM590-ARCNET, CPU, memory 2 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module ARCNET
PM590-ARCNET, CPU, memory 2 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module ARCNET
PM590-ETH, CPU, memory 2 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module Ethernet
TCP/IP
PM590-ETH, CPU, memory 2 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver,
SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols
PM591, CPU, memory 4 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display
PM591-ARCNET, CPU, memory 4 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module ARCNET
PM591-ETH, CPU, memory 4 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, integrated Communication Module Ethernet
TCP/IP
PM591-ETH, CPU, memory 4 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver,
SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols
PM591-2ETH, CPU, memory 4 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 1 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), Display, 2x Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver, SNTP,
IEC60870-5-104 protocols
PM591-ETH-XC, CPU, memory 4 MB, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS-232/485
(programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with Webserver,
SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols, XC Version
PM592-ETH, CPU, memory 4 MB / 4 GB flashdisk, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x RS232/485 (programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with
Webserver, SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols
PM592-ETH-XC, CPU, memory 4 MB / 4 GB flashdisk, 24 V DC, Memory Card Slot, interfaces 2 x
RS-232/485 (programming, Modbus/CS31), 1 x FBP, Display, Onboard Ethernet TCP/IP with
Webserver, SNTP, IEC60870-5-104 protocols, XC version
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TA521, Lithium Battery
MC502, SD Memory Card
TK501, Programming cable SUB-D / SUB-D, length: 5 m
TK502, Programming cable terminal block / SUB-D, length: 5 m
TK503, Programming cable USB / SUB-D (RS-485), length 3 m
TA526, Wall Mounting Accessory
Terminal Bases
For ordering data of Terminal Bases, see chapter TB51x to TB54x CPU Terminal Bases - Ordering Data.
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*) These CPUs should not be used for planning and commissioning of new installations.
CPU PM591-2ETH can only be used with TB523-2ETH.
NOTE
CPUs PM57x-ETH, PM58x-ETH and PM59x-ETH with ordering No. 1SAPxxxxxxR0271 can only be used with Terminal Bases
with ordering No. 1SAPxxxxxxR0270.
NOTE
© Copyright 2005-2014 ABB. All rights reserved. Documentation Revision V2.4.0 Date of issue: 2015-04-15
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