Altivar 61 / 71
Altivar 61 / 71
User's manual
Retain for future use
Modbus TCP/IP Ethernet card
VW3 A3 310
Table of Contents
1. Important Information _______________________________________________________________________________________ 4
2. Before you begin___________________________________________________________________________________________ 5
3. Documentation structure_____________________________________________________________________________________ 6
4. Introduction _______________________________________________________________________________________________
4. 1. Presentation _________________________________________________________________________________________
4. 2. Evolutions du logiciel __________________________________________________________________________________
4. 3. Notation ____________________________________________________________________________________________
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5. Hardware setup ___________________________________________________________________________________________
5. 1. Receipt _____________________________________________________________________________________________
5. 2. Hardware description __________________________________________________________________________________
5. 3. Installing the card in the drive ____________________________________________________________________________
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6. Connecting to the Ethernet network ____________________________________________________________________________ 9
6. 1. Card RJ45 connector pinout _____________________________________________________________________________ 9
6. 2. Example of connection to an Ethernet network ______________________________________________________________ 9
6. 3. Ethernet network connection elements____________________________________________________________________ 10
7. Ethernet menu ___________________________________________________________________________________________
7. 1. Access to Ethernet menu via graphic display terminal ________________________________________________________
7. 2. Access to Ethernet menu via the integrated display terminal ___________________________________________________
7. 3. Ethernet menu parameters _____________________________________________________________________________
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8. Configuration ____________________________________________________________________________________________
8. 1. List of functions to be configured ________________________________________________________________________
8. 2. Configuring IP addresses ______________________________________________________________________________
8. 3. Reserving control ____________________________________________________________________________________
8. 4. Configuring IO Scanning_______________________________________________________________________________
8. 5. Configuring the control ________________________________________________________________________________
8. 6. Configuring the fault management _______________________________________________________________________
8. 7. Configuring monitored parameters _______________________________________________________________________
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9. Diagnostics ______________________________________________________________________________________________
9. 1. Signalling LEDs _____________________________________________________________________________________
9. 2. Available information _________________________________________________________________________________
9. 3. Monitoring the control _________________________________________________________________________________
9. 4. Troubleshooting the communication fault __________________________________________________________________
9. 5. Troubleshooting the card fault __________________________________________________________________________
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10. Software setup __________________________________________________________________________________________ 29
10. 1. List of services supported _____________________________________________________________________________ 29
10. 2. TCP connections ___________________________________________________________________________________ 29
11. Modbus TCP server ______________________________________________________________________________________
11. 1. Modbus TCP frames_________________________________________________________________________________
11. 2. Drive Modbus servers________________________________________________________________________________
11. 3. Ethernet card parameters _____________________________________________________________________________
11. 4. List of Modbus functions supported _____________________________________________________________________
11. 5. “Read Holding Registers” (3) function ___________________________________________________________________
11. 6. “Write Single Register” (6) function______________________________________________________________________
11. 7. “Write Multiple Registers” (16 = 16#10) function ___________________________________________________________
11. 8. “Read/Write Multiple Registers” (23 = 16#17) function_______________________________________________________
11. 9. “Read Device Identification” (43 = 16#2B) function _________________________________________________________
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12. IO Scanning service ______________________________________________________________________________________
12. 1. Presentation _______________________________________________________________________________________
12. 2. Periodic variables ___________________________________________________________________________________
12. 3. Address table ______________________________________________________________________________________
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13. FDR service ____________________________________________________________________________________________
13. 1. Presentation _______________________________________________________________________________________
13. 2. Local configuration __________________________________________________________________________________
13. 3. Downloaded configuration ____________________________________________________________________________
13. 4. Periodic saving _____________________________________________________________________________________
13. 5. Other commands ___________________________________________________________________________________
13. 6. Configuration file____________________________________________________________________________________
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14. Standard Web server _____________________________________________________________________________________
14. 1. Web server functions ________________________________________________________________________________
14. 2. Applets ___________________________________________________________________________________________
14. 3. Access to the Web server_____________________________________________________________________________
14. 4. Web server user interface_____________________________________________________________________________
14. 5. “Home” menu ______________________________________________________________________________________
14. 6. “Monitoring” menu___________________________________________________________________________________
14. 7. “Altivar Viewer” page ________________________________________________________________________________
14. 8. “Data Viewer” page__________________________________________________________________________________
14. 9. “Altivar Chart” page__________________________________________________________________________________
14. 10. “Diagnostics” menu_________________________________________________________________________________
14. 11. “Ethernet Statistics” page ____________________________________________________________________________
14. 12. “Setup” menu _____________________________________________________________________________________
14. 13. “HTTP password” and “Data write password pages” _______________________________________________________
14. 14. “FDR Agent” page__________________________________________________________________________________
14. 15. “IO Scanner” page _________________________________________________________________________________
14. 16. "Email" page ______________________________________________________________________________________
14. 17. “Documentation” menu ______________________________________________________________________________
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15. FTP server _____________________________________________________________________________________________ 62
16. Downloading from the Web server ___________________________________________________________________________ 64
17. SNMP agent ____________________________________________________________________________________________ 67
18. Setup using PL7 _________________________________________________________________________________________ 69
19. Setup using Concept _____________________________________________________________________________________ 75
20. Setup using ProWORX NxT ________________________________________________________________________________ 76
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1. Important Information
NOTICE
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with the device before trying to install, operate, or maintain
it. The following special messages may appear throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call
attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a Danger or Warning safety label indicates that an electrical hazard exists, which will result in
personnal injury if the instruction are not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow
this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
WARNING
Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result in injury or equipment
damage.
PLEASE NOTE
Electrical equipment should be serviced only by qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material. This document is not intended as an instruction manual for untrained persons.
© 2006 Schneider Electric. All Rights Reserved.
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2. Before you begin
Read and understand these instructions before performing any procedure with this drive.
DANGER
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
• Read and understand this bulletin in its entirety before installing or operating Altivar 71 drive.
This equipment must only be installed, adjusted, repaired, and maintained by qualified personnel.
• The user is responsible for compliance with all international and national electrical standards in force concerning
protective grounding of all equipment.
• Many parts of this variable speed drive, including the printed circuit boards, operate at the line voltage. DO NOT TOUCH.
Use only electrically insulated tools.
• DO NOT touch unshielded components or terminal strip screw connections with voltage present.
• DO NOT short across terminals PA and PC or across the DC bus capacitors.
• Install and close all the covers before applying power or starting and stopping the drive.
• Before servicing the variable speed drive
- Disconnect all power.
- Place a “DO NOT TURN ON” label on the variable speed drive disconnect.
- Lock the disconnect in the open position.
• Disconnect all power including external control power that may be present before servicing the drive.
WAIT 15 MINUTES to allow the DC bus capacitors to discharge. Then follow the DC bus voltage measurement
procedure given in the Installation Manual to verify that the DC voltage is less than 45 VDC. The drive LEDs are not
accurate indicators of the absence of DC bus voltage.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
DAMAGED EQUIPMENT
Do not install or operate any drive or drive accessory that appears damaged.The relays, inputs, or outputs of a damaged
drive may not operate in a normal manner, leading to unintended equipment operation.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
WARNING
LOSS OF CONTROL
• The designer of any control scheme must consider the potential failure modes of control paths and, for certain critical
control functions, provide a means to achieve a safe state during and after a path failure. Examples of critical control
functions are emergency stop and overtravel stop.
• Separate or redundant control paths must be provided for critical control functions.
• System control paths may include communication links. Consideration must be given to the implications of unanticipated
transmission delays or failures of the link.*
• € Each implementation of an Altivar 71 Modbus TCP/IP Ethernet card must be individually and thoroughly tested for proper
operation before being placed into service.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
* For additional information, refer to NEMA ICS 1.1 (latest edition), "Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation, and
Maintenance of Solid State Control" and to NEMA ICS 7.1 (latest edition), "Safety Standards for Construction and Guide for
Selection, Installation and Operation of Adjustable-Speed Drive Systems".
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3. Documentation structure
The following Altivar 71 technical documents are available on the Web site www.telemecanique.com and on the CDROM delivered with
each drive.
b Installation Manual
This manual describes:
• How to assemble the drive.
• How to connect the drive.
b Programming Manual
This manual describes:
• The functions.
• The parameters.
• How to use the drive display terminal (integrated display terminal and graphic display terminal).
b Communication Parameters Manual
This manual describes:
• The drive parameters with specific information (addresses, formats, etc.) for use via a bus or communication network.
• The operating modes specific to communication (state chart).
• The interaction between communication and local control.
b Modbus, CANopen, Ethernet, Profibus, INTERBUS, Uni-Telway, DeviceNet, Modbus Plus,
Fipio, etc., manuals.
These manuals describe:
• Connection to the bus or network.
• Configuration of the communication-specific parameters via the integrated display terminal or the graphic display terminal.
• Diagnostics.
• Software setup.
• The communication services specific to the protocol.
b Altivar 58/58F Migration Manual
This manual describes the differences between the Altivar 71 and the Altivar 58/58F.
It explains how to replace an Altivar 58 or 58F, including how to replace drives communicating on a bus or network.
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4. Introduction
4. 1. Presentation
The Ethernet card (catalog number VW3 A3 310) is used to connect an Altivar 71 drive to an Ethernet network using the Modbus TCP/IP
protocol and Transparent Ready services.
The VW3 A3 310 card is equipped with a shielded RJ45 Ethernet connector.
The accessories for connection to the Ethernet network must be ordered separately.
The data exchanges permit full drive functionality:
• Configuration
• Adjustment
• Control
• Monitoring
• Diagnostics
The standard Web server (English only) provides access to the following pages:
• Altivar Viewer
• Data Viewer
• Ethernet
• Security
Etc.
The standard Web server can be adapted or replaced by a customized server depending on the requirements of the application.
The graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal can be used to access numerous functions for communication diagnostics.
4. 2. Software evolution
The Ethernet option board now provides new functionnalities. The Ethernet option board is now in V2.1 version. This new version can
replace the previous one without modifications.
This documentation deals with the V2.1 version but still usable for the V1.1 since the evolutions don't modify or remove functions previously
available but add new ones.
b Evolution coming with the V2.1 Ethernet version
1 New Email function (see page 60).
2 Names of web pages have been modified:
- Altivar (Eth V1.1) becomes Altivar Viewer (Eth V2.1)
- Data Editor (Eth V1.1) becomes Data Viewer (Eth V2.1)
3 The graphic interface of the Data Viewer page (Eth V2.1) provides the same functionnalities than the Data Editor (Eth V1.1) but offer the
new possibiilty : to write the command word.
4 WEB DESIGNER complian.
Note : A FDR configuration file XXXX.prm coming from an Ethernet V2.1 option board can not be applied on a V1.1 option board.
4. 3. Notation
Drive terminal displays
The graphic display terminal menus are shown in square brackets.
Example: [1.9 COMMUNICATION].
The integrated 7-segment display terminal menus are shown in round brackets.
Example: (COM-).
The parameter names displayed on the graphic display terminal are shown in square brackets.
Example: [Fallback speed].
The parameter codes displayed on the integrated 7-segment display terminal are shown in round brackets.
Example: (LFF).
Formats
Hexadecimal values are written as follows: 16#
Binary values are written as follows: 2#
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5. Hardware setup
5. 1. Receipt
• Check that the card catalog number marked on the label is the same as that on the delivery note corresponding to the purchase order.
• Remove the option card from its packaging and check that it has not been damaged in transit.
CAUTION
STATIC SENSITIVE COMPONENTS
The Modbus TCP/IP Ethernet card can be damaged by static electricity. Observe electrostatic precautions when
handling and installing the card.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage.
5. 2. Hardware description
LEDs
MAC address label
on the Ethernet card
00-80-F4-80-xx-yy
5. 3. Installing the card in the drive
See the Installation Manual.
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Shielded female RJ45
Ethernet connector
6. Connecting to the Ethernet network
6. 1. Card RJ45 connector pinout
The Ethernet card is equipped with a shielded RJ45 connector. The shielding is connected to the drive ground.
Use an STP (shielded twisted pair) Ethernet cable.
Pin
Signal
1
TD+
2
TD-
3
RD+
4
5
6
RD-
7
8........................1
8
The transmission speed is detected automatically by the card (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps).
The card can operate in half duplex or full duplex mode, whether connected to a hub or a switch and regardless of the transmission speed
(10 Mbps or 100 Mbps).
The card supports the ETHERNET 2 frame format (IEEE 802-3 not supported).
6. 2. Example of connection to an Ethernet network
1 TSX PREMIUM PLC with TSX ETY 4101 or 5101 module
2 490 NTW 000 02 cable
3 499 NEH 104 10 hub
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6. Connecting to the Ethernet network
6. 3. Ethernet network connection elements
Please consult our catalog “Ethernet TCP/IP and the Web” (available on the Web site www.telemecanique.com).
Connecting cables
Description
Straight shielded twisted pair cables
2 RJ45 connectors
Use
From
ATV71
(+ VW3 A3 310 card)
To
Hubs
499 NpH 1pp 10
Switches
499 NpS 171 00
Length
m
2
5
12
40
80
Catalog number
490 NTW 000 02
490 NTW 000 05
490 NTW 000 12
490 NTW 000 40
490 NTW 000 80
Hubs and switches
Description
Hubs
Switches
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Characteristics
4 × 10BASE-T ports
4 × 100BASE-TX ports
3 × 10BASE-T ports
2 × 10BASE-FL ports, multimode fiber, ST (BFOC) connectors
5 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
Unmanageable basic
4 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
1 × 100BASE-FX port, multimode fiber, SC connectors
Unmanageable
3 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
2 × 100BASE-FX port, multimode fiber, SC connectors
Unmanageable
4 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
1 × 100BASE-FX port, monomode fiber, SC connectors
Unmanageable
3 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
2 × 100BASE-FX port, monomode fiber, SC connectors
Unmanageable
8 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
Unmanageable
7 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
Manageable
5 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
2 × 100BASE-FX port, multimode fiber, SC connectors
Manageable
5 × 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX ports
2 × 100BASE-FX port, monomode fiber, SC connectors
Manageable
Catalog number
499 NEH 104 10
499 NEH 141 10
499 NOH 105 10
499 NES 251 00
499 NMS 251 01
499 NMS 251 02
499 NSS 251 01
499 NSS 251 02
499 NES 181 00
499 NES 271 00
499 NOS 271 00
499 NSS 271 00
7. Ethernet menu
7. 1. Access to Ethernet menu via graphic display terminal
The [ETHERNET] submenu is used to configure and display the Ethernet card parameters and can be accessed via the
[1.9 - COMMUNICATION] menu.
If you are using the FDR (Faulty Device Replacement) function, you must also configure the device name in the [7. DISPLAY CONFIG.]
menu, [7.1 USER PARAMETERS] submenu, [DEVICE NAME] submenu.
This menu is only accessible in expert mode: In the [2 ACCESS LEVEL] (LAC-) menu, set the level to [expert] (EPr).
RDY
RDY
NET +0.00 Hz
MAIN MENU
1 DRIVE MENU
2 ACCESS LEVEL
3 OPEN / SAVE AS
4 PASSWORD
5 LANGUAGE
Code
0A
ENT
Quick
NET +0.00 Hz
0A
1 DRIVE MENU
1.1 SIMPLY START
1.2 MONITORING
1.3 SETTINGS
1.4 MOTOR CONTROL
1.5 INPUTS/OUTPUTS CFG
Code
<<
>>
Quick
1.6 COMMAND
1.7 APPLICATION FUNCT.
1.8 FAULT MANAGEMENT
1.9 COMMUNICATION
1.10 DIAGNOSTICS
1.11 IDENTIFICATION
1.12 FACTORY SETTINGS
1.13 USER MENU
1.14 PROGRAMMABLE CARD
RUN
ENT
NET
+50.00 Hz 80A
1.9 COMMUNICATION
COM. SCANNER OUTPUT
MODBUS HMI
MODBUS NETWORK
CANopen
ETHERNET
Code
<<
>>
Quick
7. 2. Access to Ethernet menu via the integrated display terminal
The (EtH-) submenu is used to configure and display the Ethernet card parameters. It can be accessed via the (COM-) menu.
Note: The device name required for the FDR (Faulty Device Replacement) function cannot be configured via the integrated display terminal.
Power-up
XXX
Displays the drive state
ENT
ESC
SIM-
ESC
FLtENT
ESC
CONESC
COMMUNICATION
ESC
FCS-
ESC
LAC-
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7. Ethernet menu
7. 3. Ethernet menu parameters
Code
(bdr)
(PAn-)
Description
M [Bit rate]
Transmission speed detected on the network by the Ethernet card
Type:
Display (read-only)
Possible
[0 Mbps] (0M): Indeterminate speed (before automatic detection of the Ethernet network speed)
values:
[10 Mbps] (10M): 10 Mbps
[100 Mbps] (100M): 100 Mbps
Default value:
[0 Mbps] (0M)
b [DEVICE NAME]
Device name used by FDR service. Accessible with an ATV71 from V1.2 and a ATV61 from V1.3 version.
Use the navigation selector button to increment the character (alphabetical order) and << and >> (F2 and F3) to switch
to the next or previous character respectively. Use F1 to change to ABC, abc, 123, *[-.
Type:
Possible values:
Default value:
(IPC-)
(IPC1)
(IPC2)
(IPC3)
(IPC4)
(IPM-)
(IPM1)
(IPM2)
(IPM3)
(IPM4)
(IPG-)
(IPG1)
(IPG2)
(IPG3)
(IPG4)
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Configuration (read and write)
Display (read-only)
16 characters on 1 or 2 lines.
[0]
b [IP card]
M [139.160.069.241] (139) (160) (069) (241)
Ethernet card IP address
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Display (read-only) if the address has been supplied by a BOOTP or DHCP server
Possible
• 0 to 255 for each of fields IPC1, IPC2, IPC3 and IPC4.
values:
• If the value is [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0), the Ethernet card waits for an address from a BOOTP
or DHCP server.
Note: If you enter a value other than [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0), dynamic addressing by a BOOTP
or DHCP server is disabled.
Note: After dynamic addressing by a BOOTP or DHCP server, the value [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
is replaced by the address supplied.
Default value:
[0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
b [IP Mask]
M [255.255.254.0] (255) (255) (254) (0)
Subnet mask
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Display (read-only) if the address has been supplied by a BOOTP or DHCP server
Possible
• 0 to 255 for each of fields IPM1, IPM2, IPM3 and IPM4.
values:
• If the value of the IP address [IP card] is [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0), the Ethernet card waits for
a mask from a BOOTP or DHCP server.
Note: After dynamic addressing by a BOOTP or DHCP server, the current value is replaced by the
address supplied.
Default value:
[0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
b [IP Gate]
M [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
Gateway IP address
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Display (read-only) if the address has been supplied by a BOOTP or DHCP server
Possible
• 0 to 255 for each of fields IPG1, IPG2, IPG3 and IPG4.
values:
• If the value of the IP address [IP card] is [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0), the Ethernet card waits for
a mask from a BOOTP or DHCP server.
Note: After dynamic addressing by a BOOTP or DHCP server, the current value is replaced by the
address supplied.
Default value:
[0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
7. Ethernet menu
Code
(IPP-)
(IPP1)
(IPP2)
(IPP3)
(IPP4)
(IPF-)
(IPF1)
(IPF2)
(IPF3)
(IPF4)
(ISA)
Description
b [IP Master]
M [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
IP address of the device that retains control
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Display (read-only) if the address is supplied by a DHCP server
Possible
• 0 to 255 for each of fields IPP1, IPP2, IPP3 and IPP4.
values:
• If the value is [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0), writing of the control word (CMd) is accepted
by the Ethernet card regardless of which device has sent it.
• If the value is other than [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0) only the device which has the IP address
[IP Master] is authorized to write the control word (CMd).
Note: This configuration also affects the type of communication monitoring.
Default value:
[0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
b [IP FDR]
M [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
IP address of the FDR server
Type:
Display (read-only)
Possible
• 0 to 255 for each of fields IPF1, IPF2, IPF3 and IPF4.
values:
• If the value is [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0), there is no server.
Default value:
[0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
M [IO Scan.activ.]
(tOUt)
Enable IO Scanner
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Possible
• [No] (nO): IO Scanner disabled.
values:
• [Yes] (YES): IO Scanner enabled.
Default value:
[Yes] (YES)
M [time out]
(FdrU)
Ethernet communication monitoring time out
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Possible
• [0] (0): Monitoring disabled.
values:
• [0.5 s] (0.5) to [60.0 s] (60.0): Time out value (unit: 0.1 s).
Default value:
[2.0 s] (2.0)
M [FDR validation]
(LCFG)
Enable FDR service
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Possible
• [No] (nO): FDR service disabled.
values:
• [Yes] (YES): FDR service enabled.
Default value:
[Yes] (YES)
M [FDR Local Config.]
(FdrF)
Selection of local or server configuration
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Possible
• [No] (nO): The drive configuration is downloaded from an FDR server.
values:
• [Yes] (YES): The drive configuration is local and saved in a FDR server.
Default value:
[No] (nO)
M [FDR Error Mgt.]
Enable FDR fault management process
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Possible
In the event of a problem with the FDR file (missing or invalid):
values:
• [No] (nO): The Ethernet card does not trigger an Ethernet fault (network management).
• [Yes] (YES): The Ethernet card triggers a network management fault.
Default value:
[Yes] (YES)
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7. Ethernet menu
Code
Description
(FdrA)
M [FDR Action]
(FdrS)
FDR service command
Type:
Command (read and write)
Possible
• [IDLE] (IdLE): No command.
values:
• [SAVE] (SAUE): Command: save.
• [REST] (rESt): Command: download.
• [DEL] (dEL): Command: delete.
The command remains displayed during the action then reverts to the value [IDLE] (IdLE).
Default value:
[IDLE] (IdLE)
M [FDR autosave]
(Fdrt)
Enable periodic saving of the FDR service
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Possible
• [No] (nO): Automatic saving disabled.
values:
• [Yes] (YES): Automatic saving enabled.
Default value:
[No] (nO)
M [FDR t.autosave]
(FdrE)
Interval for periodic saving of the FDR service
Type:
Configuration (read and write)
Possible
• [2] (2) to [9999] (9999): 2 min to 9999 min.
values:
Default value:
[10] (10)
M [FDR state]
(Fdrd)
FDR service state
Type:
Display (read-only)
Possible
• [IDLE] (IdLE): “Idle”.
values:
• [INIT] (INIt): Initialization.
• [CONF] (CONF): Configuration.
• [RDY] (rdY): Ready.
• [GET] (GEt): Download the current configuration.
• [SET] (SEt): Save the current configuration.
• [APP] (APP): Write the FDR server configuration to the drive.
• [OPE] (OPE): Operational.
• [UCFG] (UCFG): Not configured.
Default value:
[IDLE] (IdLE)
M [FDR Error Code]
FDR service error code
Type:
Display (read-only)
Possible
• [0] (0): No fault.
values:
• [2] (2): The FDR configuration file is not compatible with the drive type
(example: the drive is not the same rating as that defined in the FDR file).
• [3] (3): Error reading the FDR configuration file on the server.
• [4] (4): Error writing the FDR configuration file to the server.
• [7] (7): Time-out for receipt of the FDR configuration file from the server.
• [9] (9): Duplication of IP address.
• [12] (12): The FDR configuration file is missing.
Default value:
[0] (0)
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8. Configuration
8. 1. List of functions to be configured
The table below gives the list of configuration functions and how they can be accessed:
Functions
Entering the IP addresses
Entering the device name
FDR
Configuration (time delay, etc.)
(Faulty Device Replacement)
Commands (save, etc.)
Enable IO Scanner
IO Scanning
Configuring the IO Scanner variables
Reserving control (IP master)
Communication monitoring
Changing the “username”
Security of access
Changing the “HTTP password”
to the standard Web server
Changing the “Write password”
Graphic
display
terminal
p
p
p
p
p
Integrated
display
terminal
p
p
p
p
p
p
p
p
PowerSuite
software
workshop
p
p
p
p
p
p
p
p
p
Standard
Web
server
p
p
p
p
p
p
p
p
Configuration using the drive graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal is explained in the “Configuration” section.
Configuration using the standard Web server is explained in the “Standard Web server” section.
For configuration using the PowerSuite software workshop, refer to the online help.
Note: The Ethernet card saves its configuration (IP address, mask, gateway, etc.) to the EEPROM each time the configuration is modified.
Note: For performance reasons, we do not recommend using the drive communication scanner. It is better to use the Ethernet IO Scanner.
Note: Configuration must be performed with the motor stopped.
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8. 2. Configuring IP addresses
b Assigning IP addresses
The drive needs 3 IP addresses:
• The drive IP address.
• The subnet mask.
• The gateway IP address.
These IP addresses can be entered directly:
• Using the integrated display terminal.
• Using the graphic display terminal.
• Or using the PowerSuite software workshop.
They can be provided by:
• A BOOTP server (correspondence between the MAC address and the IP addresses).
• Or a DHCP server (correspondence between Device Name [DEVICE NAME] and the IP addresses).
If an IP address other than 0.0.0.0 has been entered using the display terminal or the PowerSuite software workshop, assignment using
a server is disabled.
The BOOTP service is enabled:
• When no IP address other than 0.0.0.0 has been entered.
• And the FDR service has not been enabled ([FDR validation] parameter = [No] or a [DEVICE NAME] has not been entered).
The DHCP service is enabled:
• When no IP address other than 0.0.0.0 has been entered.
• And the FDR service has been enabled ([FDR validation] parameter = [Yes] and a [DEVICE NAME] has been entered).
Power-up
Initialization
An address has been entered
[IP card] <> 0.0.0.0
Static
addressing
[FDR validation] = [No]
BOOTP
No address has been entered
[IP card] = 0.0.0.0
Dynamic
addressing
[FDR validation] = [Yes]
FDR
[DEVICE NAME] blank
[DEVICE NAME] has been
entered
DHCP
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b Entering IP addresses in the terminal
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu, enter the following IP addresses:
- [IP card] (IPC1) (IPC2) (IPC3) (IPC4).
- [IP Mask] (IPM1) (IPM2) (IPM3) (IPM4).
- [IP Gate] (IPG1) (IPG2) (IPG3) (IPG4).
Turn the drive off and then back on again (control voltage if a separate power supply is being used), otherwise the IP addresses are not
taken into account.
Note: Before entry begins, the IP address displayed is the active IP address.
If this address is modified, the new IP address entered is displayed. This IP address will be effective the next time the drive is turned on.
b Configuring BOOTP
The BOOTP service is used to assign IP addresses from the MAC address. The MAC address consisting of 6 hexadecimal digits
(00-80-F4-80-xx-yy) must be entered in the BOOTP server. The MAC address appears on the label attached to the Ethernet card.
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu:
• Leave the IP address [IP card] (IPC1) (IPC2) (IPC3) (IPC4) at the value [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0).
• Do not enable the FDR service: [FDR validation] (FdrU) = [No] (nO).
b Configuring FDR
The FDR service (based on DHCP) is used to assign the IP addresses from the device name that must be entered in the drive and in the
FDR server (DHCP).
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu:
• Leave the IP address [IP card] (IPC1) (IPC2) (IPC3) (IPC4) at the value [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0).
• Enable the FDR service: [FDR validation] (FdrU) = [Yes] (YES).
For the FDR function, select the drive configuration as either:
• Local: [FDR Local Config.] (LCFG) = [Yes] (YES).
• Downloaded. In this case, it is essential to consult the “FDR Service” section.
Enter the device name, [DEVICE NAME], in the [7. DISPLAY CONFIG.] menu, [7.1 USER PARAMETERS] submenu.
This menu is only accessible in expert mode: In the [2 ACCESS LEVEL] (LAC-) menu, set the level to [expert] (EPr).
Turn the drive off and then back on again (control voltage if a separate power supply is being used), otherwise the device name is not taken
into account.
Note: The FDR function cannot be fully configured using the integrated display terminal as it does not provide access to the device name.
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8. 3. Reserving control
It is strongly recommended that control should be reserved for a single master device.
If control were not to be reserved for a master device (for example a PLC):
• Any other Modbus TCP Ethernet client could send unwanted commands.
• Other clients could use the 8 available TCP connections and prevent the master from having control.
WARNING
IP MASTER NOT SPECIFIED
Use the [IP MASTER] (IPP) menu option to configure a network master device. If a valid IP address for a master device is not specified
using this option, other Ethernet clients can saturate the TCP connections or send incorrect commands leading to unintended equipment
operation.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
To configure this reservation, enter an IP address other than [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0) in the [1.9 COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu,
[ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu, [IP Master] submenu.
• If control has been reserved:
Only the control word (CMd) written by the master with control will be accepted via IO Scanning or via Modbus TCP messaging.
2 TCP connections are reserved for this device. In this way, you avoid other TCP clients using all the available connections
(8 maximum) and the control master therefore no longer being able to access the drive Modbus TCP server.
Other parameters written from other IP addresses are accepted (for example, adjustments or writing a setpoint).
When control has been reserved and another device attempts to write the control word (CMd):
- via IO Scanning: The Modbus TCP connection for this client is immediately reinitialized.
- via Modbus TCP messaging: Control is denied.
• If control has not been reserved ([IP Master] = [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)), control can come from any IP address.
8. 4. Configuring IO Scanning
Refer to the “IO Scanning Service” section.
The drive IO Scanning service can be enabled or disabled in the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-)
submenu via parameter [IO Scan.activ.] (IOSA).
It is not possible to modify the assignment of the IO Scanning periodic variables using the display terminal (integrated or graphic).
To configure IO Scanning, use the standard Web server or the PowerSuite software workshop.
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8. 5. Configuring the control
Numerous configurations are possible. For more information, refer to the Programming Manual and the Communication parameters
Manual.
The following configurations are just some of the possibilities available.
b Control via Ethernet in I/O profile
The command and setpoint come from Ethernet.
The command is in I/O profile.
Configure the following parameters:
Parameter
Profile
Setpoint 1 configuration
Command 1 configuration
Value
I/O profile
Network card
Network card
Comment
The run command is simply obtained by bit 0 of the control word.
The setpoint comes from Ethernet.
The command comes from Ethernet.
Configuration via the graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal:
Menu
[1.6 - COMMAND] (CtL-)
Parameter
[Profile] (CHCF)
[Ref.1 channel] (Fr1)
[Cmd channel 1] (Cd1)
Value
[I/O profile] (IO)
[Com. card] (nEt)
[Com. opt card] (nEt)
b Control via Ethernet or the terminals in I/O profile
Both the command and setpoint come from Ethernet or the terminals. Input LI5 at the terminals is used to switch between Ethernet
and the terminals.
The command is in I/O profile.
Configure the following parameters:
Parameter
Profile
Setpoint 1 configuration
Setpoint 1B configuration
Setpoint switching
Command 1 configuration
Command 2 configuration
Command switching
Value
I/O profile
Network card
Analog input 1 on the terminals
Input LI5
Network card
Terminals
Input LI5
Comment
The run command is simply obtained by bit 0 of the control word.
Setpoint 1 comes from Ethernet.
Setpoint 1B comes from input AI1 on the terminals.
Input LI5 switches the setpoint (1 ↔1B).
Command 1 comes from Ethernet.
Command 2 comes from the terminals.
Input LI5 switches the command.
Note: Setpoint 1B is connected to the functions (summing, PID, etc.), which remain active, even after switching.
Configuration via the graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal:
Menu
[1.6 - COMMAND] (CtL-)
[1.7 APPLICATION FUNCT.] (FUn-)
[REFERENCE SWITCH.]
Parameter
[Profile] (CHCF)
[Ref.1 channel] (Fr1)
[Cmd channel 1] (Cd1)
[Cmd channel 2] (Cd2)
[Cmd switching] (CCS)
[Ref.1B channel] (Fr1b)
[Ref 1B switching] (rCb)
Value
[I/O profile] (IO)
[Com. card] (nEt)
[Com. card] (nEt)
[Terminals] (tEr)
[LI5] (LI5)
[Ref. AI1] (AI1)
[LI5] (LI5)
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b Control via Ethernet in Drivecom profile
The command and setpoint come from Ethernet.
The command is in Drivecom profile.
Configure the following parameters:
Parameter
Profile
Setpoint 1 configuration
Value
Drivecom profile not
separate
Network card
Comment
The run commands are in Drivecom profile, the command and the setpoint
come from the same channel.
The command comes from Ethernet.
Configuration via the graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal:
Menu
[1.6 - COMMAND] (CtL-)
Parameter
[Profile] (CHCF)
[Ref.1 channel] (Fr1)
Value
[Not separ.] (SIM) (factory setting)
[Com. card] (nEt)
b Control via Ethernet or the terminals in Drivecom profile
Both the command and setpoint come from Ethernet or the terminals. Input LI5 at the terminals is used to switch between Ethernet
and the terminals.
The command is in Drivecom profile.
Configure the following parameters:
Parameter
Profile
Value
Drivecom profile not separate
Setpoint 1 configuration
Setpoint 2 configuration
Setpoint switching
Network card
Analog input 1 on the terminals
Input LI5
Comment
The run commands are in Drivecom profile, the command and the
setpoint come from the same channel.
Setpoint 1 comes from Ethernet.
Setpoint 2 comes from input AI1 on the terminals.
Input LI5 switches the setpoint (1 ↔ 2) and the command.
Note: Setpoint 2 is directly connected to the drive setpoint limit. If switching is performed, the functions that affect the setpoint (summing,
PID, etc.) are disabled.
Configuration via the graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal:
Menu
[1.6 - COMMAND] (CtL-)
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Parameter
[Profile] (CHCF)
[Ref.1 channel] (Fr1)
[Ref.2 chan] (Fr2)
[Ref. 2 switching] (rFC)
Value
[Not separ.] (SIM)
[Com. card] (nEt)
[Ref. AI1] (AI1)
[LI5] (LI5)
8. Configuration
b Command in Drivecom profile via Ethernet and setpoint switching at the terminals
The command comes from Ethernet.
The setpoint comes either from Ethernet or from the terminals. Input LI5 at the terminals is used to switch the setpoint between Ethernet
and the terminals.
The command is in Drivecom profile.
Configure the following parameters:
Parameter
Profile
Value
Drivecom profile separate
Setpoint 1 configuration
Setpoint 1B configuration
Setpoint switching
Command 1 configuration
Command switching
Network card
Analog input 1 on the terminals
Input LI5
Network card
Channel 1
Comment
The run commands are in Drivecom profile, the command and the
setpoint can come from different channels.
Setpoint 1 comes from Ethernet.
Setpoint 1B comes from input AI1 on the terminals.
Input LI5 switches the setpoint (1 ↔1B).
Command 1 comes from Ethernet.
Channel 1 is the command channel.
Note: Setpoint 1B is connected to the functions (summing, PID, etc.), which remain active, even after switching.
Configuration via the graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal:
Menu
[1.6 - COMMAND] (CtL-)
[1.7 APPLICATION FUNCT.] (FUn-)
[REFERENCE SWITCH.]
Parameter
[Profile] (CHCF)
[Ref.1 channel] (Fr1)
[Cmd channel 1] (Cd1)
[Cmd switching] (CCS)
[Ref.1B channel] (Fr1b)
[Ref 1B switching] (rCb)
Value
[Separate] (SEP)
[Com. card] (nEt)
[Com. card] (nEt)
[Ch1 active] (Cd1)
[Ref. AI1] (AI1)
[LI5] (LI5)
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8. Configuration
8. 6. Configuring the fault management
b Communication monitoring
The Ethernet card can detect 2 types of fault:
- Network management faults (server missing, duplication of IP address, etc.).
- Communication faults (time out on the master traffic, etc.).
The associated information is:
Ethernet fault type
Network management
Associated drive fault
Configuring the
communication fault
Configuring the drive’s
response
Code:
[External fault com.] (EPF2)
Parameter:
[FDR Error Mgt.] (FdrF)
Menu:
[1.9 COMMUNICATION] (COM-)
Submenu:
[ETHERNET] (EtH-)
Parameter:
[External fault mgt] (EPL)
Menu:
[1.8 FAULT MANAGEMENT] (FLt-)
Submenu:
[EXTERNAL FAULT] (EtF-)
Communication
Code:
[Com. network] (CnF)
Parameter:
[time Out] (tOUt)
Menu:
[1.9 COMMUNICATION] (COM-)
Submenu:
[ETHERNET] (EtH-)
Parameter:
[COM. fault mgt] (CLL)
Menu:
[1.8 FAULT MANAGEMENT] (FLt-)
Submenu:
[COM. FAULT MANAGEMENT] (CLL-)
b Network management fault
The IP address duplication management fault cannot be configured.
If the FDR (Faulty Device Replacement) service has been configured, the FDR fault can be disabled via the [FDR Error Mgt.] (FdrF)
parameter, which can be accessed via the [1.9 COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu.
In factory settings mode, a network management fault will trigger a resettable drive fault [External fault com.] (EPF2) and initiate
a freewheel stop.
b Communication fault
It is strongly recommended that control should be reserved for a single master device.
Monitoring begins when the first control word is received.
WARNING
IP MASTER NOT SPECIFIED
Use the [IP MASTER] (IPP) menu option to configure a network master device. If a valid IP address for a master device is not specified
using this option, other Ethernet clients can saturate the TCP connections or send incorrect commands leading to unintended equipment
operation.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
• If control has been reserved:
A communication fault is triggered if the Ethernet card does not receive a Modbus TCP request within a predefined period
of time (time out).
Any type of Modbus request from the master device [IP Master] is taken into account (write operation, read operation, etc.).
• If control has not been reserved:
A communication fault is triggered if the Ethernet card does not receive a control word write request (CMd) within a predefined
period of time (time out).
Receipt of the command (CMd) is taken into account regardless of the sender’s IP address.
The “time out” can be set to between 0.5 and 60 s via the graphic display terminal or integrated display terminal in the
[1.9 COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu via the [time Out] (tOUt) parameter. The default value is 2 s.
In factory settings mode, if Ethernet is involved in the command or setpoint, a communication fault will trigger a resettable drive fault
[Com. network] (CnF) and initiate a freewheel stop.
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8. Configuration
b Drive response
The drive response to an Ethernet fault can be configured via the graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal,
from the [1.8 FAULT MANAGEMENT] (FLt-) menu:
RDY
For communication faults
in the [COM. FAULT MANAGEMENT] (CLL-) submenu
via parameter [COM. fault mgt] (CLL)
NET
+0.00Hz
0A
COM. FAULT MANAGEMENT
Network fault mgt
:
Freewheel
CANopen fault mgt
:
Freewheel
Modbus fault mgt
:
Freewheel
Code
Quick
RDY
For network management faults
in the [EXTERNAL FAULT] (EtF-) submenu
via the [External fault mgt] (EPL) parameter
NET
+0.00Hz
0A
EXTERNAL FAULT
External fault mgt
:
Freewheel
Code
Quick
The values of parameters: [COM. fault mgt] (CLL) that will trigger a drive fault [Com. network] (CnF)
and [External fault mgt] (EPL) that will trigger a drive fault [External fault com.] (EPF2) are:
[Freewheel] (YES): Freewheel stop (factory setting).
[Ramp stop] (rMP): Stop on ramp.
[Fast stop] (FSt): Fast stop.
[DC injection] (dCI): DC injection stop.
The values of parameters [COM. fault mgt] (CLL) and [External fault management] (EPL) which will not trigger a drive fault are:
[Ignore] (nO): Fault ignored.
[Per STT] (Stt): Stop according to configuration of [Stop type] (Stt).
[fallback spd] (LFF): Change to fallback speed, maintained as long as the fault persists and the run command has not been removed.
[Spd maint.] (rLS): The drive maintains the speed at the time the fault occurred, as long as the fault persists and the run command has
not been removed.
The fallback speed can be configured in the [1.8 - FAULT MANAGEMENT] (FLt-) menu via the [Fallback speed] (LLF) parameter.
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8. 7. Configuring monitored parameters
It is possible to select up to 4 parameters to display their values in the [1.2 - MONITORING] menu on the graphic display terminal.
The selection is made via the [6 - MONITORING CONFIG.] menu, [6.3 - COM. MAP CONFIG.] submenu.
Each parameter in the range [Address 1 select.] … [Address 4 select.]
is used to select the parameter logic address. Select an address of zero
to disable the function.
In the example given here, the monitored words are:
• Parameter 1 = Motor current (LCR): logic address 3204;
signed decimal format.
• Parameter 2 = Motor torque (OTR): logic address 3205;
signed decimal format.
• Parameter 3 = Last fault occurred (LFT): logic address 7121;
hexadecimal format.
• Disabled parameter: address 0; default format: hexadecimal format.
RDY
NET
+0.00Hz
0A
6.3 COM. MAP CONFIG.
Word 1 add. select.
:
3204
Format word 1
:
Signed
Word 2 add. select.
:
3205
Format word 2
:
Signed
Word 3 add. select.
:
7121
Code
Quick
Format word 33
:
Hex
Word 4 add. select.
Format word 4
:
:
One of the three display formats below can be assigned to each monitored word:
Format
Hexadecimal
Signed decimal
Unsigned decimal
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Range
0000 … FFFF
-32,767 … 32,767
0 … 65,535
Terminal display
[Hex]
[Signed]
[Unsigned]
0
Hex
9. Diagnostics
9. 1. Signalling LEDs
The VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card features 5 LEDs, which are visible through the Altivar 71 cover.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
RX - Reception
TX - Transmission
FLT - Ethernet fault
STS - Communication status
10/100 - 10/100 Mbps
The following table gives the meaning of the various states of these LEDs.
No. Code
2.1
RX
2.2
TX
Color
Yellow
Yellow
2.3
FLT
Red
2.4
STS
Green
State
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
Flashing
2.5 10/100
Green
Off
On
Meaning
Receipt of a frame by the Ethernet card.
Transmission of a frame by the Ethernet card.
No Ethernet fault.
Ethernet fault present.
No IP address entered, or assigned by a BOOTP or FDR (DHCP) server.
IP address properly configured and Ethernet card connected.
3 flashes: The card is not connected. Corrective action: Check the network wiring.
4 flashes: Another device has
Corrective action: Disconnect one of the devices involved
the same IP address
or modify its IP address, then restart the drive.
as the drive.
5 flashes: Dynamic addressing
Corrective action: If this state lasts too long, check the IP
is active.
address server.
10 Mbps or no speed detected.
100 Mbps.
9. 2. Available information
In addition to the LEDs, the table below summarizes the diagnostic information available by various means.
Functions
Control-signal diagnostics
• Control word
• Setpoint
• Active channel
• Etc.
Communication diagnostics
• Transmission counter
• Reception counter
• Collision counter
• Etc.
Graphic display
terminal
Integrated display
terminal
PowerSuite software
workshop
Standard
Web server
p
p
p
p
p
p
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9. 3. Monitoring the control
On the graphic display terminal only, the [1.2 - MONITORING] menu, [COMMUNICATION MAP] submenu can be used to display
control-signal diagnostic information between the drive and the Ethernet PLC:
Active command channel
Value of control word used
to send a command to the drive
(hexadecimal format)
Active setpoint channel
RUN
Value of frequency setpoint
(unit 0.1 Hz) used to control the drive
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Values of the four monitored words selected by the user.
The address and display format of these parameters
can be configured in the [6 - MONITORING CONFIG.] menu,
[6.3 - COM. MAP CONFIG.] submenu
(see “Configuration” section on page 15).
The value of a monitored word is equal to “-----” if:
- Monitoring has not been activated
(address equal to W0)
- The parameter is protected
- The parameter is not known (e.g., W3200)
:
:
000FHex
Channel ref. active
:
Com. card
Frequency ref.
:
500.0Hz
Status word
:
8627Hex
Code
Quick
W3204
:
53
W3205
:
725
W7132
:
0000Hex
W0
:
-----Hex
COM SCAN OUTPUT MAP
CMD. WORD IMAGE
FREQ. REF. WORD MAP
Control word from Ethernet
[COM. card cmd.] (CMd3)
Frequency setpoint from Ethernet
[Com. card ref.] (LFr3)
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Com. card
Cmd value
COM. SCANNER INPUT MAP
Communication scanner:
use not recommended for Ethernet
80A
COMMUNICATION MAP
Command Channel
Value of status word
(hexadecimal format)
+50.00 Hz
MODBUS NETWORK DIAG
MODBUS HMI DIAG
CANopen MAP
SCANNER CARD PROG.
9. Diagnostics
9. 4. Troubleshooting the communication fault
b Communication monitoring
Ethernet faults are indicated by the red FLT LED on the Ethernet card.
The Ethernet card can detect 2 types of fault:
- Network management faults (server missing, duplication of IP address, etc.).
- Communication faults (time out on the master traffic, etc.).
In factory settings mode, a network management fault will trigger a resettable drive fault [External fault com.] (EPF2) and initiate
a freewheel stop.
In factory settings mode, if Ethernet is involved in the command or setpoint, a communication fault will trigger a resettable drive fault
[Com. network] (CnF) and initiate a freewheel stop.
The drive’s response in the event of an Ethernet communication fault can be changed (see the Configuration section).
- Drive fault [Com. network] (CnF) or [External fault com.] (EPF2) (freewheel stop, stop on ramp, fast stop or DC
injection braking stop).
- No drive fault (stop, maintain, fallback).
The associated information is:
Ethernet communication fault type
Network management
Communication
Associated drive fault
Code:
[External fault com.] (EPF2)
Code:
[Com. network] (CnF)
Extended fault code
[FDR fault] (Fdrd)
Menu:
[1.9 COMMUNICATION] (COM-)
Submenu:
[ETHERNET] (EtH-)
[Network fault] (CnF)
Menu:
[1.10 DIAGNOSTICS] (dGt-)
Submenu:
[MORE FAULT INFO] (AFI-)
Parameter [Network fault] (CnF) is used to obtain more detailed information about the origin of the last fault [Com. network] (CnF). It can
be accessed on the graphic display terminal only, in the [1.10 DIAGNOSTICS] (dGt-) menu, [MORE FAULT INFO] (AFI-) submenu.
Value
Description of the values of the [Network fault] (CnF) parameter
0
No fault
1
Modbus TCP time out
10
Network overload
11
Loss of Ethernet carrier
The [FDR fault] (Fdrd) Ethernet fault parameter is used to obtain more detailed information about the origin of the last fault
[External fault com.] (EPF2). It can be accessed on the graphic display terminal only, in the [1.9 COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu,
[ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu.
Value
Description of the values of the [FDR fault] (Fdrd) Ethernet fault code parameter
0
No fault.
2
The FDR configuration file is not compatible with the drive type (example: the drive is not the correct rating).
3
Error reading the FDR configuration file on the server.
4
Error writing the FDR configuration file to the server.
7
Time-out for receipt of the FDR configuration file from the server.
9
Duplication of IP address (1).
12
FDR configuration file missing.
(1) The Ethernet card detects IP address duplication each time it connects to the network (power-up or connection to the network).
If the card detects that another device is using the same IP address as itself, it abandons the use of the IP address and triggers a fault
[External fault com.] (EPF2).
If a device with an IP address identical to that of the drive is connected to the network during operation, the drive does not detect a fault
(it is the new station that has to disconnect).
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9. 5. Troubleshooting the card fault
The [internal com. link] (ILF) fault appears when the following serious problems occur:
- Hardware fault on the Ethernet card.
- Dialog fault between the Ethernet card and the drive.
The drive’s response in the event of an [internal com. link] (ILF) fault cannot be configured, and the drive trips with a freewheel stop.
This fault cannot be reset.
Two diagnostic parameters are used to obtain more detailed information about the origin of the [internal com. link] (ILF) fault:
- [Internal link fault 1] (ILF1) if the fault has occurred on option card no. 1 (installed directly on the drive).
- [Internal link fault 2] (ILF2) if the fault has occurred on option card no. 2 (installed on option card no. 1).
The Ethernet card can be in position 1 or 2.
The [Internal link fault 1] (ILF1) and [Internal link fault 2] (ILF2) parameters can only be accessed on the graphic display terminal
in the [1.10 DIAGNOSTICS] (dGt-) menu, [MORE FAULT INFO] (AFI-) submenu.
Value
0
No fault
1
Loss of internal communication with the drive
3
Error in the EEPROM checksum
101
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Description of the values of the [Internal link fault 1] (ILF1) and [Internal link fault 2] (ILF2) parameters
Unknown card
102
Exchange problem on the drive internal bus
103
Time out on the drive internal bus (500 ms)
10. Software setup
10. 1. List of services supported
• Modbus TCP server, with the support of the “IO Scanning” periodic service.
• IP protocol (version 4).
• TCP and UDP protocol.
• HTTP server for configuring, adjusting and monitoring the drive.
• ICMP client for supporting certain IP services, such as the “ping” command.
• BOOTP client for assignment of an IP address by an address server.
• FTP protocol for file transfer.
• DHCP client for dynamic assignment of IP addresses by an address server.
• FDR service for replacement of a faulty device.
• SNMP protocol for network management.
• ARP protocol for detecting a competing IP address (IP address already in use).
10. 2. TCP connections
Number of simultaneous connections limited to 8 maximum (port 502).
The table below gives the number of connections consumed for each service:
Client
Controller (PLC)
Web browser
Service
IO Scanning
Modbus messaging
“Home” page
“Monitoring\Altivar Viewer” page
“Monitoring\Data Viewer” page
“Monitoring\Altivar chart” page
“Diagnostics\Ethernet Statistics” page
“Setup\Security\HTTP password” page
“Setup\Security\Data write password” page
“Setup\FDR agent” page
“Setup\IO Scanner” page
Number of connections
1
1
0
2
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
Example:
If the “Altivar Viewer” page is viewed in two different windows of a Web browser, on the same PC, four connections are consumed.
If the drive is controlled by a PLC, two connections are consumed by IO Scanning and Modbus messaging, so the total number
of connections consumed is then six.
Two connections are still available, since the maximum number of simultaneous connections is eight.
If control is reserved for a device ([IP Master] (IPP-) configured), 2 connections are reserved for this device, even if it is not present
on the network.
If the maximum number of connections has been exceeded, any new connection attempt will be rejected by the Ethernet card.
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11. Modbus TCP server
11. 1. Modbus TCP frames
Modbus TCP frames consist of a header and a Modbus request.
Header format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Description
Transaction identifier
Protocol identifier
Length of data
Comments
high order
low order
high order
low order
high order
low order
This identifier always equals 0.
Number of bytes in the Modbus request +1. The frame length is always less than
256 bytes, the value of the significant byte therefore equals 0.
Destination identifier (Unit ID)
Modbus request function code
The frame header returned by the Altivar 71 server is identical to that of the frame sent by the client.
11. 2. Drive Modbus servers
The destination identifier (Unit ID) is used to access 4 drive Modbus TCP servers:
Unit ID
0
251, AMOC
252, AMOA
255
30
Modbus TCP server
Variable speed drive
Ethernet card
Controller Inside card
IO Scanner
Accessible parameters
See the Altivar 71 Communication parameters Manual.
See the “Ethernet card parameters” section.
2048 words (%MW0 to %MW2047).
See the “IO Scanner” section.
11. Modbus TCP server
11. 3. Ethernet card parameters
Comments:
• Parameters on 2 words are double words (low order in address word n, high order in address word n+1).
• Parameters 60 019 to 60 043 and 60 066 to 60 068 can be accessed in both read and write mode. They can be reset using
a write operation.
• The current IP addresses (60006 to 60017) are the ones displayed on the terminal.
The EEPROM IP addresses (60075 to 60079) are the ones used by the card.
Address Size
Description
(in words)
60 000
6
MAC address
Access Possible values, comments
R
60 006
4
Current value of IP Address
[IP card] (IPC-)
R/W
60 010
4
Current value of Subnet mask
[IP Mask] (IPM-)
R/W
60 014
4
Current value of Gateway Address
[IP Gate] (IPG-)
R/W
60 018
1
Transmission speed
[Bit rate] (bdr)
R
60 019
60 021
60 022
60 023
60 024
60 026
60 027
60 028
60 029
60 030
60 031
60 032
60 034
60 036
60 037
60 039
60 041
60 042
60 043
60 044
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
OK transmission counter
Store-and-forward transmission counter
Late collision counter
Buffer (Tx) error counter
OK reception counter
CRC error counter
Frame error counter
Buffer (Rx) error counter
Collision counter
Multiple collision counter
OverRun counter
Sent Modbus TCP message counter
Received Modbus TCP message counter
Modbus TCP message error counter
Sent IO Scanning message counter
Received IO Scanning message counter
IO Scanning message error counter
Active traffic (msg/s)
Max. traffic (msg/s)
Number of active TCP connections
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
00-80-F4-80-xx-yy
00: 60 000
80: 60 001
F4: 60 002
80: 60 003
xx: 60 004
yy: 60 005
IPC1.IPC2.IPC3.IPC4
IPC1: 60 006
IPC2: 60 007
IPC3: 60 008
IPC4: 60 009
IPM1.IPM2.IPM3.IPM4
IPM1: 60 010
IPM2: 60 011
IPM3: 60 012
IPM4: 60 013
IPG1.IPG2.IPG3.IPG4
IPG1: 60 014
IPG2: 60 015
IPG3: 60 016
IPG4: 60 017
= 0: Speed not defined
= 10: 10 Mbps
= 100: 100 Mbps
IO Scanning messages not included
IO Scanning messages not included
IO Scanning messages not included
8 maximum
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Address Size
Description
(in words)
Access Possible values, comments
60 045
1
Communication monitoring
time out [time out] (tOUt)
R/W
Unit: 0.1 s; min. = 5 (0.5 s); max. = 600 (60.0 s)
60 046
1
Drive type
R
=2
60 047
1
Reserved
R
=0
60 048
1
Enable IO Scanner
[IO Scan. activ.] (IOSA)
R/W
R
ATV71
=0
[No] (nO)
: IO Scanning disabled.
=1
[Yes] (YES)
: IO Scanning enabled.
60 049
1
Reserved
60 050
4
IP address of Master [IP Master] (IPP-) R/W
IPP1.IPP2.IPP3.IPP4
IPP1 = 60 050
IPP2 = 60 051
IPP3 = 60 052
IPP4 = 60 053
60 054
4
IP address of DHCP-FDR server
[IP FDR] (IPF-)
R
IPF1.IPF2.IPF3.IPF4
IPF1 = 60 054
IPF2 = 60 055
IPF3 = 60 056
IPF4 = 60 057
60 058
1
Enable FDR service
[FDR validation] (FdrU)
R/W
0=
[No] (nO)
: FDR service disabled
1=
[Yes] (YES)
: FDR service enabled
60 059
1
Select local configuration
[FDR Local Config.] (LCFG)
R/W
0=
[No] (nO)
: The drive configuration is
downloaded from an FDR server
1=
[Yes] (YES)
: The drive configuration is local
60 060
1
Enable FDR fault
[FDR Error Mgt.] (FdrF)
R/W
60 061
1
FDR service command
[FDR Action] (FDrA)
R/W
60 062
1
FDR service state
[FDR state] (FDrE)
R
=0
In the event of a problem with the FDR file (missing or invalid)
0=
[No] (nO)
: The Ethernet card does not trigger
an Ethernet fault
1=
[Yes] (YES)
: The Ethernet card triggers an
Ethernet fault
0=
20 =
21 =
22 =
[IDLE] (IdLE)
[SAVE] (SAUE)
[REST] (rESt)
[DEL] (dEL)
: No command
: Command: save
: Command: download
: Command: delete
0=
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
60 063
1
Ethernet fault code
[FDR fault] (Fdrd)
R
: “Idle”
: Initialization
: Configuration
: Ready
: Downloading the current
configuration
: Saving the current configuration
[SET] (SEt)
: Writing the FDR server
[APP] (APP)
configuration to the drive
: Operational
[OPE] (OPE)
[UCFG] (UCFG) : Not configured
[IDLE] (IdLE)
[INIT] (INIt)
[CONF] (CONF)
[RDY] (rDY)
[GET] (GEt)
When an Ethernet fault is present, this parameter is used to
ascertain the cause of the fault.
The fault code remains saved after the disappearance of the
fault.
2 = The FDR configuration file is not compatible with the
drive type
(example: the drive is not the correct rating)
3 = Error reading the FDR configuration file on the server
4 = Error writing the FDR configuration file to the server
7 = Time out for receipt of the FDR configuration file from the
server
9 = Duplication of IP address
12 = The FDR configuration file is missing
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Address Size
Description
(in words)
60 064
1
Access Possible values, comments
Enable periodic saving
of the FDR service
[FDR autosave]
(FdrS)
R/W
60 065
1
Interval for saving
the FDR service
[FDR t. autosave]
(Fdrt)
R/W
60 066
1
Number of FDR save
operations
R/W
60 067
1
Number of FDR restore
operations
R/W
R/W
0=
[No] (nO)
: Periodic saving is disabled
1=
[Yes] (YES)
: Periodic saving is enabled
2 to 9999, unit: min
60 068
1
Number of FDR deletions
60 069
1
FDR file checksum
R
60 070
5
Reserved
R
60 075
4
IP address
(EEPROM value)
R
IPC1.IPC2.IPC3.IPC4
IPC1 = 60 075
IPC2 = 60 076
IPC3 = 60 077
IPC4 = 60 078
60 079
4
Subnet mask
(EEPROM value)
R
IPM1.IPM2.IPM3.IPM4
IPM1 = 60 079
IPM2 = 60 080
IPM3 = 60 081
IPM4 = 60 082
60 083
4
Gateway
(EEPROM value)
R
IPG1.IPG2.IPG3.IPG4
IPG1 = 60 083
IPG2 = 60 084
IPG3 = 60 085
IPG4 = 60 086
60 087
20
Reserved
R
60 107
1
Method of assigning IP
addresses
R
60 108
4
Adresse IP serveur Email
R/W
60112
1
Email activation
R/W
60113
1
Email status (of the
option board)
60114
1
Emails number
successfully sent
R/W
60115
1
Number of errors
R/W
60116
1
Last error code
60117
85
Email address of the
destination
R/W
60202
85
Email addresse of the
sender
R/W
0 = Configuration via the display terminal or PowerSuite
1 = Configuration via BOOTP
2 = Configuration via DHCP
Bit 0 : Drive error activation (ETA.3)
Bit 1 : Drive alarm activation (ETA.7)
Bit 2 : Ethernet error activation
Bit 3 : Controller Inside message activation
R
R
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11. Modbus TCP server
11. 4. List of Modbus functions supported
Code
(decimal)
3 = 16#03
6 = 16#06
16 = 16#10
23 = 16#17
43 = 16#2B
Modbus name
Read Holding Registers
Write Single Register
Write Multiple Registers
Read/Write Multiple Registers
Read Device Identification
Description
Read N output words
Write one output word
Write N output words
Read/write N words
Identification
Size of data
63 words max.
61 words max.
20/20 words max.
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11. 5. “Read Holding Registers” (3) function
This Modbus request is used to read the values of a number (No. of Points) of adjacent words starting at the address indicated (Starting
Address). The values read are restored one after another, at the end of the response (First Point Data → Last Point Data).
Request format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Meaning
Function Code = 16#03
Starting Address Hi
Starting Address Lo
No. of Points Hi (0)
No. of Points Lo (1 - 125)
Response format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
…
B
B+1
Meaning
Function Code = 16#03
Byte Count (B = 2 × No. of Points)
First Point Data Hi
First Point Data Lo
………………………
Last Point Data Hi
Last Point Data Lo
Exception response format:
Byte
0
1
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Meaning
Function Code = 16#83
Exception Code
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
01 (Illegal Function)
02 (Illegal Data Address)
11. Modbus TCP server
11. 6. “Write Single Register” (6) function
This Modbus request is used to write a given value (Preset Data) to the address supplied (Register Address).
Request format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Meaning
Function Code = 16#06
Register Address Hi
Register Address Lo
Preset Data Hi
Preset Data Lo
Response format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Meaning
Function Code = 16#06
Register Address Hi
Register Address Lo
Preset Data Hi
Preset Data Lo
Exception response format:
Byte
0
1
Meaning
Function Code = 16#86
Exception Code
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
01 (Illegal Function)
02 (Illegal Data Address)
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11. 7. “Write Multiple Registers” (16 = 16#10) function
This Modbus request is used to write a number (No. of Registers) of adjacent words starting at a given address (Starting Address).
The values to be written are supplied one after another (First Register Data V Last Register Data).
Request format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
…
B+4
B+5
Meaning
Function Code = 16#10
Starting Address Hi
Starting Address Lo
No. of Registers Hi (0)
No. of Registers Lo (1 - 100)
Byte Count (B = 2 × No. of Registers)
First Register Data (Hi)
First Register Data (Lo)
……………
Last Register Data (Hi)
Last Register Data (Lo)
Response format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Meaning
Function Code = 16#10
Starting Address Hi
Starting Address Lo
No. of Registers Hi (0)
No. of Registers Lo (1 - 100)
Exception response format:
Byte
0
1
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Meaning
Function Code = 16#90
Exception Code
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
01 (Illegal Function)
02 (Illegal Data Address)
11. Modbus TCP server
11. 8. “Read/Write Multiple Registers” (23 = 16#17) function
The “Read/Write Multiple Registers” service is reserved for setting up the IO Scanning service (see “IO Scanning” section).
Request format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
…
72
73
Meaning
Function Code = 16#17
Read Reference Address Hi
Read Reference Address Lo
Quantity to Read Hi (0)
Quantity to Read Lo (1 - 125)
Write Reference Address Hi
Write Reference Address Lo
Quantity to Write Hi (0)
Quantity to Write Lo (1 - 100)
Byte Count (2 × Quantity to Write)
Write Data 01 (Hi)
Write Data 01 (Lo)
……………………
Write Data 32 (Hi)
Write Data 32 (Lo)
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
16#17
0 (not handled)
0 (not handled)
0
32
0 (not handled)
0 (not handled)
0
32
64
Meaning
Function Code = 16#17
Byte Count (2 × Quantity to Write)
Read Data 01 (Hi)
Read Data 01 (Lo)
……………………
Read Data 32 (Hi)
Read Data 32 (Lo)
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
16#17
64
Value of 1st IO Scanner output register
(by default: value of the control word (CMd))
……………………
PKW output: PKE (Hi)
PKW output: PKE (Lo)
Response format:
Byte
0
1
2
3
…
64
65
Value of 1st IO Scanner input register
(by default: value of the status word (EtA))
……………………
PKW input: PKE (Hi)
PKW input: PKE (Lo)
Exception response format:
Byte
0
1
Meaning
Function Code = 16#97
Exception Code
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
16#97
01 (Illegal Function)
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11. 9. “Read Device Identification” (43 = 16#2B) function
Request format:
Byte
0
1
Meaning
Function Code = 16#2B
Type of MEI
2
Read Device ID code
3
Object ID
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
16#2B
16#0E
16#01: Basic
16#02: Regular
16#03: Extended
16#00
Response format:
Byte(s)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9…21
22
23
24…23+B
24+B
25+B
26+B…29+B
30+B
31+B
32+B…31+B+D
Meaning
Function code = 16#2B
Type of MEI
ReadDeviceId code
Degree of conformity
Number of additional frames
Next object ID
Number of objects
Object no. 1 ID
Length of object no. 1 (A)
Value of object no. 1 (A ASCII characters)
Object no. 2 ID
Length of object no. 2 (B)
Value of object no. 2 (B ASCII characters) (1)
Object no. 3 ID
Length of object no. 3 (C)
Value of object no. 3 (C ASCII characters)
Object no. 4 ID
Length of object no. 4 (D)
Value of object no. 4 (D ASCII characters) (1)
With the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
16#2B
16#0E
16#01
16#02
16#00 (a single frame)
16#00
3 for Basic
4 for Regular or Extended
16#00 = Vendor Name
13
“Telemecanique”
16#01 = Product Code
11 (for the following example only)
Example: “ATV71HU15M3”
16#02 = Major.Minor Revision
4
Example: “0201” for version 2.1
16#06 = Application Name (2)
8 (for the following example only) for Regular and Extended
Example: “MACHINE 4”
(1) The length of this field is variable. Use the “Length of object no. X” field associated with it to determine the length.
(2) In the case of the drive, this data item corresponds to [DEVICE NAME].
The response to a “drive identification” request does not cause an exception response.
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12. IO Scanning service
12. 1. Presentation
The IO Scanning service is used to exchange periodic I/O data between:
• A controller or PLC (IO Scanner).
• Devices (IO Scanning servers).
This exchange is usually performed by implicit services, thus avoiding the need to program the controller (PLC).
The IO Scanner periodically generates the Read/Write Multiple Registers (23 = 16#17) request.
The IO Scanning service operates if it has been enabled in the PLC and the drive.
The drive parameters assigned to IO Scanning have been selected by default. This assignment can be modified by configuration.
The table below indicates the tools which can be used to modify these configurations:
Functions
Graphic display
terminal
Enable IO Scanning
Configuring the IO Scanning variables
p
Integrated
display
terminal
p
PowerSuite
software
workshop
p
p
Standard
Web server
p
p
The drive IO Scanning service can also be configured by the Ethernet card Modbus server.
When the IO Scanning service has been enabled in the Altivar 71 drive:
• A TCP connection is assigned to it.
• The parameters assigned in the periodic variables are exchanged cyclically between the Ethernet card and the drive.
• The parameters assigned to the periodic output variables are reserved for IO Scanning. They cannot be written by other Modbus services,
even if the IO Scanner is not sending its periodic output variables.
12. 2. Periodic variables
Output variables (written by IO Scanner)
No. Meaning/default assignment
Configurable
0
Reserved
no
1
Control word (CMd)
yes
2
Speed setpoint (LFrd)
yes
3
Not assigned
yes
4
Not assigned
yes
5
Not assigned
yes
6
Not assigned
yes
7
Not assigned
yes
8
Not assigned
yes
9
Not assigned
yes
10 Not assigned
yes
11-31 Reserved
no
Input variables (read by IO Scanner)
No. Meaning/default assignment
Configurable
0 Reserved
no
1 Status word (EtA)
yes
2 Output speed (rFrd)
yes
3 Not assigned
yes
4 Not assigned
yes
5 Not assigned
yes
6 Not assigned
yes
7 Not assigned
yes
8 Not assigned
yes
9 Not assigned
yes
10 Not assigned
yes
11-31 Reserved
no
It is possible to configure the assignment of periodic variables 1 to 10.
Note:
• Avoid configuring the drive configuration parameters as periodic output variables because they cannot be modified with the
motor running (DSP 402 state “5-Operation Enabled”).
• Monitoring parameters must not be configured as periodic output variables, because they cannot be written.
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12. IO Scanning service
The values of the periodic variables are listed in a table.
This table can be accessed in read-only mode by the Ethernet card Modbus server (Unit ID = 251).
Address Description
40 001
Value of output variable 1
40 002
Value of output variable 2
40 003
40 004
40 005
40 006
40 007
40 008
40 009
40 010
Value of output variable 3
Value of output variable 4
Value of output variable 5
Value of output variable 6
Value of output variable 7
Value of output variable 8
Value of output variable 9
Value of output variable 10
Default value
Value of the
control word
(CMd)
Value of the speed
setpoint (LFrd)
Address Description
40 017
Value of read register 1
Default value
Value of the status
word (EtA)
40 018
Value of read register 2
Value of the output
speed (rFrd)
40 019
40 020
40 021
40 022
40 023
40 024
40 025
40 026
Value of input variable 3
Value of input variable 4
Value of input variable 5
Value of input variable 6
Value of input variable 7
Value of input variable 8
Value of input variable 9
Value of input variable 10
12. 3. Address table
The periodic variables are defined in the address table.
This table can be accessed in read-write mode by the Ethernet card Modbus server (Unit ID = 251).
Address Description
50 001
Logic address
of output variable 1
50 002
Logic address
of output variable 2
50 003
Logic address
of output variable 3
50 004
Logic address
of output variable 4
50 005
Logic address
of output variable 5
50 006
Logic address
of output variable 6
50 007
Logic address
of output variable 7
50 008
Logic address
of output variable 8
50 009
Logic address
of output variable 9
50 010
Logic address
of output variable 10
Default value
Address of the control word
(CMd) = 8501
Address of the speed setpoint
(LFrd) = 8602
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Address Description
50 017
Logic address
of input variable 1
50 018
Logic address
of input variable 2
50 019
Logic address
of input variable 3
50 020
Logic address
of input variable 4
50 021
Logic address
of input variable 5
50 022
Logic address
of input variable 6
50 023
Logic address
of input variable 7
50 024
Logic address
of input variable 8
50 025
Logic address
of input variable 9
50 026
Logic address
of input variable 10
To modify the address table, IO Scanning must be disabled (only when the motor is stopped).
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Default value
Address of the status
word (EtA) = 3201
Address of the output
speed (rFrd) = 8604
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13. FDR service
13. 1. Presentation
The FDR (Faulty Device Replacement) service is used to simplify the maintenance of drives connected on the Ethernet network.
In the event of a drive malfunction, this service automatically reconfigures its replacement.
The new drive (FDR client) retrieves:
• Its IP addresses and the FDR file path from a DHCP server.
• The FDR file from an FTP server, if the drive is not configured in local configuration.
In practice, the DHCP server and the FTP server are the same device (TSX Premium or Quantum PLC).
The FDR file contains:
• The Ethernet parameters (configuration of IO Scanning, FDR etc.).
• The drive parameters (drive, functions, application, etc.).
The FDR service is based on identification of the device by a “Device Name”. In the case of the Altivar 71 drive, this is represented
by the [DEVICE NAME] parameter.
Configuration using the drive graphic display terminal or the integrated display terminal is explained in the “Configuration” section.
Configuration using the standard Web server is explained in the “Standard Web server” section.
For configuration using the PowerSuite software workshop, refer to the software online help.
Note: Check that all the network devices do have different “Device Names”.
The FDR server controls duplication of “Device Names” (it does not assign an IP address that has already been assigned and is active).
If the same IP address is supplied on 2 devices, the 2nd should trigger an IP address duplication (network management fault which leads
to a drive fault [External fault com.] (EPF2) by default).
If the FDR service has been enabled, the Ethernet card attempts to restore its IP addresses on each power-up. Each time the procedure
fails, the Ethernet card reiterates its FDR requests (DHCP).
Where the configuration also needs to be downloaded by the FDR server:
After assigning the Ethernet card IP addresses, if the configuration download fails, the Ethernet card detects a network management fault
(which leads to a drive fault [External fault com.] (EPF2) by default).
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13. 2. Local configuration
IP assignment
Save
If the drive parameter configuration is local, the FDR server only assigns the IP addresses:
• Card IP address.
• Subnet mask.
• Gateway IP address.
On connection to the network, the drive automatically saves its parameters in the FDR server.
To make the system operational, it is necessary to:
• Configure the FDR server.
• Configure the drive.
• Turn off the drive.
• Connect the drive to the network.
M Configure the FDR server
See the PLC manual or the section on software setup using PL7.
M Configure the drive
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu:
• Leave the IP address [IP card] (IPC1) (IPC2) (IPC3) (IPC4) at the value [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0)
• Enable the FDR service: [FDR validation] (FdrU) = [Yes] (YES)
• Select local drive configuration: [FDR Local Config.] (LCFG) = [Yes] (YES)
Enter the device name, [DEVICE NAME], in the [7. DISPLAY CONFIG.] menu, [7.1 USER PARAMETERS] submenu.
This menu can only be accessed in expert mode: In the [2 ACCESS LEVEL] (LAC-) menu, set the level to [expert] (EPr).
M Turn the drive off and then back on again
Turn the drive off and then back on again (control voltage if a separate power supply is being used), otherwise the device name is not taken
into account.
M Connect the drive to the network
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13. 3. Downloaded configuration
IP assignment
Save
Downloading
If the drive parameter configuration has been downloaded, the FDR server assigns:
M The IP addresses
•
•
•
•
Card IP address.
Subnet mask.
Gateway IP address.
FDR server IP address.
M Drive parameters (configuration)
b First use
Procedure:
• Configure the drive.
• Turn off the drive.
• Connect the drive to the network.
• Configure the FDR server (see the PLC manual).
• Supply the FDR server with the configuration file.
• Check that the system is operational.
In the procedure described below, the configuration file is supplied to the FDR server, via the Ethernet network, using a save command
performed on the drive graphic display terminal.
Note: This procedure can also be performed using a Web browser, which is more user-friendly than the drive graphic display terminal
(see the “Standard Web server” section).
M Configure the drive
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu:
• Leave the IP address [IP card] (IPC1) (IPC2) (IPC3) (IPC4) at the value [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0).
• Enable the FDR service: [FDR validation] (FdrU) = [Yes] (YES).
• Caution, before the first connection, you must select local drive configuration: [FDR Local Config.] (LCFG) = [Yes] (YES).
The drive must first supply the configuration to the server.
WARNING
RISK OF UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
Always select the local configuration option [FDR Local Config.] (LCFG)=[Yes] (YES) when configuring the first drive. If this option is
not selected, an invalid or null configuration file may be uploaded to the FDR server. Subsequent drives would then receive incorrect
configuration files, leading to unexpected behavior.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
Enter the device name, [DEVICE NAME], in the [7. DISPLAY CONFIG.] menu, [7.1 USER PARAMETERS] submenu.
This menu can only be accessed in expert mode: In the [2 ACCESS LEVEL] (LAC-) menu, set the level to [expert] (EPr).
M Turn the drive off and then back on again
Turn the drive off and then back on again (control voltage if a separate power supply is being used), otherwise the device name is not taken
into account.
M Connect the drive to the network
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M Download the IP addresses
• Connect the drive and the FDR server (PLC) to the Ethernet network.
• The server downloads the IP addresses to the Ethernet card.
Check that the operation has proceeded correctly:
• The “STS” LED should be on.
You can also check, in the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu whether the [IP card] (IPC1)
(IPC2) (IPC3) (IPC4), [IP Mask] (IPM1) (IPM2) (IPM3) (IPM4) and [IP Gate] (IPG1) (IPG2) (IPG3) (IPG4)
parameters have values other than [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0).
M Save the drive configuration parameters in the FDR server
• Configure the drive parameters.
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu:
• Specify that the drive configuration is to be downloaded from the FDR server on each power-up: [FDR Local Config.] (LCFG) = [No] (nO).
• Send a save command to the FDR server: [FDR Action] (FdrA) = [SAVE] (SAUE).
After execution of the command, the [FDR Action] (FdrA) parameter reverts to the value [IDLE] (IdLE).
M Check that the system is operational
Check that the operation has proceeded correctly:
• The “STS” LED should be on.
• The [FDR state] (FdrE) parameter should be at the value [OPE] (OPE).
If the save operation has not been successful, the card detects a communication (network management) fault which, in factory settings
mode, triggers a drive fault [External fault com.] (EPF2).
b Replacing a drive
Procedure:
• Configure the drive.
• Turn off the drive.
• Connect the drive to the network.
• Check that the drive is operational.
M Configure the drive
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu:
• Leave the IP address [IP card] (IPC1) (IPC2) (IPC3) (IPC4) at the value [0.0.0.0] (0) (0) (0) (0).
• Enable the FDR service: [FDR validation] (FdrU) = [Yes] (YES).
• Specify that the drive configuration is to be downloaded from the FDR server on each power-up:
[FDR Local Config.] (LCFG) = [No] (nO).
These configurations are the default values.
Enter the device name, [DEVICE NAME], in the [7. DISPLAY CONFIG.] menu, [7.1 USER PARAMETERS] submenu.
This menu can only be accessed in expert mode: In the [2 ACCESS LEVEL] (LAC-) menu, set the level to [expert] (EPr).
M Turn the drive off and then back on again
Turn the drive off and then back on again (control voltage if a separate power supply is being used), otherwise the device name is not taken
into account.
M Connect the drive to the network
M Check that the system is operational
Check that the operation has proceeded correctly:
• The “STS” LED should be on.
• The [FDR state] (FdrE) parameter should be at the value [OPE] (OPE).
If downloading has not been possible after a period of 2 min following assignment of the IP addresses, the card detects a communication
(network management) fault which, in factory settings mode, triggers a drive fault [External fault com.] (EPF2).
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13. 4. Periodic saving
Periodic saving of the drive configuration can be configured on the FDR server in either local configuration or downloaded
configuration mode.
In the [1.9 - COMMUNICATION] (COM-) menu, [ETHERNET] (EtH-) submenu:
• Select: [FDR autosave] (FdrS) = [Yes] (YES).
• Set the [FDR t.autosave] (Fdrt) parameter.
Note: Saving too often risks overburdening the network and adversely affecting its performance (factory setting: 10 min).
13. 5. Other commands
On request, the configuration saved in the FDR server can be downloaded to the drive using the [FDR Action] (FdrA)
command = [REST] (rESt).
The saved configuration can be deleted from the FDR server using the [FDR Action] (FdrA) command = [DEL] (dEL).
13. 6. Configuration file
The configuration file, XXXX.prm where XXXX is the DeviceName, is an HTML file which contains the entire drive configuration
as a comment.
The HTML format is a simple way of providing the user with a summary of the configuration. An example appears below:
FDR Configuration File
File Revision: 2
ATV Revision: 1.0IE1.0
Catalog number: ATV-71HU15M3
CheckSum File: SE92
b Limitations
• The FDR configuration file XXXX.prm coming from an Ethernet V2.1 option board can not be applied on a V1.1 option board.
• The FDR service is able to store the current configuration of the drive, but does not provide the possibility to store muli-configurations or
multi-parameters configurations.
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14. 1. Web server functions
Menu
HOME
Page
English
Altivar Viewer
Data Viewer
Function
Home page
Display of the main drive parameters (motor speed, state of drive logic and analog I/O, status)
Display and modification (password-protected) of the drive parameters, arranged by category
MONITORING
Display of two drive parameters (speed, voltage, etc.) in the form of an oscilloscope type
Altivar Chart
time chart
Display and resetting of the communication statistics
DIAGNOSTICS
Ethernet Statistics
Drive identification
[Security]
Changing the HTTP password used to access the Web server
HTTP password
[Security]
Changing the Write password that allows modification of the parameters
Data write password
FDR Agent
Display of the state and management of the Ethernet card FDR agent
SETUP
Display and modification (password-protected) of the assignment of the IO Scanning
periodic variables
IO Scanner
Enabling and disabling of IO Scanning (password-protected)
Setting (password-protected) of the IO Scanning and Modbus TCP messaging time outs
DOCUMENTATION
References
Link to the site http://www.telemecanique.com
“Home” menu
“Monitoring” menu
“Altivar Viewer” page
A
“Data Viewer” page
A
“Altivar Chart” page
A
“Ethernet Statistics” page
A
“Diagnostics” menu
“Setup” menu
“Security” submenu
“Data write password” page
“HTTP password” page
“FDR Agent” page
A
“IO Scanner” page
A
“Documentation” menu
www.telemecanique.com
Pages which contain applets are marked “A”.
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14. 2. Applets
The Web server downloads Java programs called “applets” to your computer. These applets communicate with the drive using Modbus
services (on port 502), thus establishing one or more connections between the computer and the drive. Until an applet has been fully
transmitted from the drive to the browser, a gray rectangle appears in the place reserved for it in the page.
The applet connects when the page is opened and remains connected until the page is closed.
Display problems can appear with the SUN “Java virtual machine”. Use the Internet Explorer default JVM.
The applets associated with the Web pages monitor communication with the drive. When the drive no longer responds to requests to update
the data, the message “Link down” is displayed in one field and all the other field contents are emptied.
Subsequently, the description of each page indicates the data refresh period requested by the applet loaded on the computer. The refresh
period actually observed depends on:
• The performance of the computer on which the Web browser is running.
• The communication system response time.
• The amount of data to be refreshed on the page.
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14. 3. Access to the Web server
Number of Modbus TCP connections
0
To connect to the Web server of a drive located, for example, at IP address 139.160.69.241 enter the URL
“http://139.160.69.241/” in the address bar of a Web browser.
When the browser first connects to the drive Web server, it requests entry of a user name and a password (HTTP password).
By default, the user name and the password (HTTP password) are both “USER” (upper case).
If authentication is accepted, the home page is displayed. If not, after three failed attempts, access to this page is denied:
To attempt a new connection to the drive server home page, simply refresh the Web browser display (F5 key or “Refresh” button,
for example).
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14. 4. Web server user interface
All the drive Web server pages have the same appearance:
1 A bar at the top containing links to HTML pages for the main menus: “Home”, “Documentation”, “Monitoring”, “Control”, etc.
This bar is the same regardless of which HTML page is being viewed.
Note: The “Control” and “Maintenance” menus are inoperative and grayed-out. They only appear because of the “Transparent Ready”
common interface.
2 A menu down the left-hand side which displays links to the HTML pages available in the selected menu.
3 The center part of the window displays the information for the selected page.
1
1
2
3
14. 5. “Home” menu
Number of Modbus TCP connections
0
The home page or “Home” menu contain the following items:
• A “Languages” submenu containing:
- A link to the “English” page
The only link in the “Languages” submenu sends the user to the home page in English and configures the Web browser to open the HTML
pages located in the corresponding directory (e.g., the “http://139.160.69.241/html/english/” directory becomes the standard directory in the
case of English).
14. 6. “Monitoring” menu
Number of Modbus TCP connections
0
The “Monitoring” menu contains the following items:
• A link to the “Altivar Viewer” page.
• A link to the “Data Viewer” page.
• A link to the “Altivar Chart” page.
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14. 7. “Altivar Viewer” page
Number of Modbus TCP connections
2
Refresh period
0.5 s
This page gives an overview of the drive state.
The state indicated in the “Altivar State” field corresponds to the display on the drive integrated display terminal. A delay may sometimes
be noticed between the displays on the Web server and the display terminal, depending on the performance of the computer used to display
the pages using a Web browser and the communication system performance.
The motor speed displayed on the “Motor Speed” gauge is calibrated according to the maximum frequency [Max frequency] (tFr)
and the number of pairs of poles [Pr] (PPn).
The LI… area gives the state of the drive terminals (logic inputs LI1 to LI14, logic outputs LO1 to LO4, relay outputs R1 to R4, analog inputs
AI1 to AI4 and analog outputs AO1 to AO3). When a logic input is active, the LED is green. When a logic output is active, the LED is red.
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14. 8. “Data Viewer” page
This page is used to display the drive parameters and modify their values.
The parameters are arranged in groups, and consistent with the keypad and user manuals
The display mode for each value depends on the nature of the parameter.
• The unit for the physical values is displayed in the "Unit" column.
• The registers (bit fields) are displayed in hexadecimal format (16#xxxx).
• Signed values are displayed as such.
To begin the monitoring, click the "Start animation" button :
To modify the parameter value, click the "Write value of selected row" button then select the parameter to modify
It is only possible to modify the parameter values after entering the "Write password" (see "HTTP password" and "Data write password
pages" section on page 54). Click on the "Password" button to enter this password. An entry field then appears in the parameter table, and
also a "Cancel" button, for canceling the password entry. After entering the password, press the Enter key so that it is taken into account
by the Web browser.
When the value of a parameter cannot be modified, a warning appears : "This parameter can't be written !"
This is the case for all parameters until you have correctly entered the Password.
If IO Scanning has been enabled, modifying the value of a parameter assigned to periodic output variables will have no effect since this
value is updated cyclically by the PLC. The same applies if a parameter is written periodically by a Modbus service.
WARNING : It is possible to write the cmonnad word using the DATA VIEWER. It is mandatory to configure an IP Master in order
to avoid any not desired action
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14. 9. “Altivar Chart” page
Number of Modbus TCP connections
1
Refresh period
1s
This page is used to see how two drive parameters evolve over time.
Two parameters can be selected and displayed simultaneously. To do this, select them in the Trace1 and Trace2 list.
To define the display range better, you can modify the curve min and max points by entering the values directly in the fields: Min and Max
of each trace.
In order to speed up sampling, it is possible to put the value 0 in the Intv(s) entry field.
Note: Entering the value 0 increases the traffic on the Ethernet network and can cause collision problems if there is too much traffic, thereby
reducing the overall network performance. The sampling period can be increased.
To start the oscilloscope function, press the Run/Stop button. Pressing the button again halts sampling and updates the screen.
Reset: clears the active traces.
14. 10. “Diagnostics” menu
Number of Modbus TCP connections
The “Diagnostics” menu contains the following item:
• A link to the “Ethernet Statistics” page.
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14. 11. “Ethernet Statistics” page
Number of Modbus TCP connections
1
Refresh period
0.5 s
This page provides the Ethernet statistics and the drive identification data.
14. 12. “Setup” menu
Number of Modbus TCP connections
0
The “Setup” menu contains the following items:
• A “Security” submenu containing:
- A link to the ”HTTP password” page.
- A link to the ”Data write password” page.
• A link to the ”FDR Agent” page.
• A link to the ”IO Scanner” page.
• A link to the ”Email” page.
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14. 13. “HTTP password” and “Data write password pages”
Number of Modbus TCP connections (for each page)
0
These two pages are used to modify the two Web server passwords.
By default, the user name and both passwords are: “USER” (upper case).
The user name can only be modified using the PowerSuite software workshop.
The user name and the “HTTP password” are used to access the Web server in display mode.
The “Write password” is used to access the Web server in modification mode.
When the value of a parameter cannot be modified, the background of the corresponding cell appears grayed-out. This is the case for all
parameters until you have correctly entered the “Write password”.
Note: Do not lose the user name or the passwords. If they are lost, the Web server can no longer be used, and the card has to be sent
for repair.
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14. 14. “FDR Agent” page
Number of Modbus TCP connections
1
Refresh period
1s
This page displays the main parameters used by the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card FDR function and is used to configure these parameters.
See the “FDR Service” section.
Information
on the FDR
Agent page
Corresponding
terminal display
Description/Possible values
IP Address
[IP card]
(IPC-)
Ethernet card IP address
NetMask
[IP Mask]
(IPM-)
Subnet mask
Gateway
[IP Gate]
(IPG-)
Gateway IP address
FTP Server
[IP FDR]
(IPF-)
Indicates the IP address of the FDR server that has supplied the Ethernet card
configuration, in particular its IP addresses.
This is the server which also supplies the drive configuration file, if [FDR Local Config.]
(LCFG) = [No] (nO).
DeviceName
[DEVICE NAME]
Used by the DHCP server to assign the Ethernet card IP addresses dynamically
(example: Machine 157).
Device File
Not accessible
Name of FDR configuration file.
The file name is consistent with the DeviceName (in our example: Machine 157.prm).
If the FDR server file has not been downloaded to the drive, “Local” is displayed in this field.
Device Reference -
Drive catalog number.
Checksum File
Drive configuration Checksum value. Whenever a drive parameter is modified, this value
changes.
Not accessible
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Information
on the FDR
Agent page
Corresponding
terminal display
Description/Possible values
Validation
[FDR validation]
(FdrU)
Enables the FDR function
• Off = [No] (nO): FDR service disabled.
• On = [Yes] (YES): FDR service enabled.
Local Config
[FDR Local Config.]
(LCFG)
Selection of local or server configuration
• Off = [No] (nO): The drive configuration is downloaded from an FDR server.
• On = [Yes] (YES): The drive configuration is local.
File Error
[FDR Error Mgt.]
(FdrF)
Enables the FDR fault management process.
• Off = [No] (nO): In the event of a problem with the FDR file (missing or invalid),
the Ethernet card does not trigger an Ethernet (network management) fault.
• On = [Yes] (YES): In the event of a problem with the FDR file (missing or invalid),
the Ethernet card triggers a network management fault.
AutoSave
[FDR autosave]
(FdrS)
Enables periodic saving of the FDR service.
• Off = [No] (nO): Automatic saving disabled.
• On = [Yes] (YES): Automatic saving enabled.
Period
[FDR t.autosave]
(Fdrt)
Interval for periodic saving of the FDR service.
2 min to 9999 min
FDR State
[FDR state]
(FdrE)
FDR service state.
• Idle = [IDLE] (IdLE): FDR service inactive.
• Initialization = [INIT] (InIt): Initialization of the current Ethernet card.
• Configuration = [CONF] (COnF): Configuration of the current Ethernet card.
• Ready = [RDY] (rdY): Ethernet card ready.
• Get Conf = [GET] (GEt): Downloads the current configuration from the FDR server.
• Store Conf = [SET] (SEt): Saves the current configuration to the FDR server.
• Apply Conf = [APP] (APP): Writes the FDR server configuration to the drive.
• Operational = [OPE] (OPE): Operational.
• Unconfigured = [UCFG] (UCFG): FDR service fault.
Error Code
[FDR fault]
(Fdrd)
Ethernet error code.
• No error = [0]: No fault.
• Service Unavailable = The FDR server is not available.
• = [2]: The FDR configuration file is not compatible with the drive type
(example: the drive is not the same rating as that defined in the FDR file).
• = [3]: Error reading the FDR configuration file on the server.
• = [4]: Error writing the FDR configuration file to the server.
• = [7]: Time out for receipt of the FDR configuration file from the server.
• = [9]: Duplication of IP address.
• File Not Found = [12]: The FDR configuration file is missing.
Save Counter
Not accessible
Number of times the configuration has been saved to the FDR server.
This counter is incremented even if the drive configuration is identical to that of the server.
Restore Counter
Not accessible
Number of times the configuration has been downloaded from the FDR server.
This counter is not incremented if the drive configuration is identical to that of the server
(comparison of checksums).
Delete Counter
Not accessible
Number of times the configuration file has been deleted in the FDR server.
Save File
[FDR Action]
(FdrA)
Command to save the configuration to the FDR server.
Corresponds to the display terminal command: [SAVE] (SAUE).
Restore File
[FDR Action]
(FdrA)
Command to download the configuration from the FDR server.
Corresponds to the display terminal command: [REST] (rESt).
Delete File
[FDR Action]
(FdrA)
Command to delete the configuration file in the FDR server.
Corresponds to the display terminal command: [DEL] (dEL).
Reset counter
Not accessible
Command to reset the “Save counter”, “Restore counter” and “Delete counter” counters.
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14. 15. “IO Scanner” page
Number of Modbus TCP connections
1
Refresh period
1s
This page is used to:
• Enable or disable IO Scanning.
• Display and modify assignment of the IO Scanning periodic variables.
• Set the communication monitoring time out.
The default configuration is described in the screen below:
All modifications are protected by the “Write password” modification password. Click on the “PassWord” button to enter the
“Write password”. After correctly entering the password, you can access “IoScanner”, “Time Out (s)”, “Master”, “Output parameters”,
“Input parameters” and the “Save” and “Abort” buttons.
By default, the password is “USER”. It can be modified in the “Data write password” page.
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b Enabling IO Scanning
Control by the IO Scanner is enabled if the “IoScanner” field is at the value “Yes” and disabled by the value “No”.
The “IoScanner” field corresponds to the parameter [IO Scan.activ.] (IOSA).
WARNING
RISK OF UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
• Do not disable a drive's IO scanning support when the PLC is using the IO scanner to monitor/control client devices.
• Do not modify the assignment of the periodic variables if the PLC is using IO scanning to monitor/control client devices.
Disabling a drive's IO Scanning or modifying the assignment of periodic variables can result in a loss of control via the network, and could
result in unintended equipment operation.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
Note: Disabling IO Scanning results in loss of control if a PLC is using an IO Scanner.
Before disabling IO Scanning, you must disable the time out (set the value to 0). However, communication monitoring remains active and
the card triggers a communication fault at the end of the period defined by the time out. In factory settings mode, the drive then changes to
[Com. network] (CnF) fault mode.
Once the value in the “IoScanner” field has been modified, it may take a while to update the page, depending on the capacity of your
computer.
The “IoScanner” field corresponds to the parameter [IO Scan.activ.] (IOSA).
b Assigning the IO Scanning periodic variables
Note: Modifying the assignment of the periodic variables can result in loss of control if a PLC is using an IO Scanner.
To modify the IO Scanning periodic variables, proceed as follows:
1
2
3
4
Enter “No” in the “Io Scanner” field.
Modify the assignment of periodic variables.
Apply these modifications using the “Save” button.
Enter “Yes” in the “Io Scanner” field.
Once the value in the “IoScanner” field has been set to “No”, it may take a while to update the page, depending on the capacity of your
computer.
A dropdown menu is used to modify the assignment of each of the periodic variables.
Click on the periodic variable whose assignment you wish to modify, then choose the code corresponding to the drive parameter to be
assigned.
All modifications to “Output parameters” and/or “Input parameters” can be confirmed by clicking the “Save” button or canceled by clicking
the “Abort” button.
Each time the “Save” button is pressed the address table will be saved to an EEPROM on the Ethernet card.
The assignments are now saved, even if the power is turned off.
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b Time out
This page can also be used to modify the communication monitoring “time out”. All entries must be confirmed by pressing “Enter”.
The accepted values are as follows:
0: No communication check.
0.5 to 60.0 s: Time out value.
See the “Configuration - Communication faults” section.
The default time out value is 2 s (display: “2.0”).
The “Time Out” field corresponds to the [time out] (tOUt) parameter.
b Master
See the “Reserving control” section.
To configure reservation, enter an IP address other than [0.0.0.0] in the “Master” field. This field is equivalent to the [IP Master] (IPP-)
parameter.
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14. 16. "Email" page
The configuration page of the Email service is available in the setup menu V Email of the option board web page, only for V2.1 version
and above.
This service is able to generate and send emails to a predefined address in case of alarm warning or drive fault. The controller inside option
board can also initiate the sending of an email.
It is possible to configure the Email service after entering the "Write password" (see "HTTP password" and "Data write password pages"
section on page 54).
Enter the following information to configure the Email service :
Email IP Server : IP address of the Email server that will process the message (SMTP server)
Email Dest @ : Email address of the Email recipient
Email From @ : Email address of the Ethernet option board which will send the email (this is a virtual address since the option board does
not provide any incoming email box)
Configure the triggering mode for sending Email :
Drive Fault : an Email is sent on a drive fault (triggered by ETA.3)
Drive alarm : an Email is sent on a drive warning (triggered by ETA.7)
Eth. Board fault : an Email is sent on an ethernet board fault
PLC Board status : an Email is sent on demand from the application of the controller inside board
Email example sent on CNF fault of the Ethernet board :
From:
[email protected]
Subject:
Error CNF on Altivar Drive
Date:
Wed, 14 Dec 2005 14:55:32 +0100
Fault occured on Ethernet Board's Drive:
DeviceName: ATV
IP Address: 139.160.69.241
Reference : ATV71H037M3
Description: TimeOut TCP/Modbus (CNF)
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This Email has been automatically generated. Please do not reply.
Copyright © 2005, Schneider Automation. All rights reserved
Service diagnostic :
• Email Status
- 0 V Idle
- 1 V Operational
- 2 V Stopped
• SentCount : number of emails successfully sent
• ErrorCount : number of errors occurred
• LastError : last error code (compliant with S
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14. 17. “Documentation” menu
Number of Modbus TCP connections
0
The “Documentation” menu contains a link to the “References” page.
This page displays a link to the site: http://www.telemecanique.com/.
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b Access
The Ethernet card has a structured FTP server which is used to:
• Access the embedded Web server resource files.
• Store the FDR (Faulty Device Replacement) service configuration files.
Access to the FTP server is protected. To access it, the user has to enter a user name and a password:
• The user name is USER.
• The default HTTP password is USER. It can be changed by the standard Web server.
Address format in lnternet Explorer: ftp://USER:[email protected]
username
IP address
HTTP password
With some FTP clients, it is necessary to click “CANCEL” after connecting.
To obtain this display in Internet Explorer, first activate the “Enable folder view for FTP sites” option (in: Tools, Internet Options …,
Advanced, Browsing).
The FTP server accepts up to 2 FTP clients connected at the same time.
The FTP server content cannot be modified if the motor is running.
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b Functions
The table below describes the functions available:
FTP functionality
User name check. Accepts or rejects connection
HTTP password check. Accepts or rejects
User output
Type of file system
Create a volume or disk
Change file name
Delete a file
Open a file
Read a file
Write a file
Close a file
Open a directory
Close a directory
Change directory
Current directory = parent directory
Delete a directory
Create a directory
Restore current directory
Read next directory input
Comment
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled. “DOS”.
Not handled
Handled
Handled
Handled in read/write mode
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
Handled
b File system
The FTP server “fdr” directory is fixed. The RD (remove directory) command therefore has no effect on this directory.
Conversely, the whole “html” directory can be modified using the MD (make directory) and RD commands.
Note: Before modifying the content of this directory, remember to save it to the hard disk of your PC. Do not modify this saved directory
because in the event of a problem, you can use it to restore the original content of the FTP server “html” directory.
The file system is DOS type. The response to DIR or LS commands, handled by the tfFSOpenDir and tfFSGetNextDirEntry functions
is as follows:
08-28-01 08:07AM
08-28-01 08:07AM
<DIR>
57346
Java
AtvSys.jar
This syntax must be strictly adhered to.
The Ethernet card manages the time and date of Web server file save operations.
But there is a specific procedure for starting the Ethernet card date/time function:
• Connect a browser to the standard Web server.
• Open one of the pages containing a Java applet (Altivar Viewer, Data Viewer, Altivar chart, Ethernet Statistics, FDR agent, IO Scanner).
• On each connection, the applet sends the date and time present on the PC on which it is executed.
The date/time function remains active until the end of the day. After midnight, it is automatically deactivated.
Note: If the date/time function has not been activated, the date and time used to date-stamp the Web server files are those supplied by the
Ethernet card software.
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16. Downloading from the Web server
b Principle
PC
VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card
File system
Write to
Flash memory
Read
FTP server
Internet
Explorer
Read
HTTP server
The Ethernet card has an embedded FTP server which authorizes access to the various URLs available for the HTTP server. A browser
such as Internet Explorer can be used to display the URLs like a disk in the Windows explorer. This “disk” consists of various directories
containing the URL files. It is therefore possible to use the different commands managed by the explorer such as deletion, renaming or
writing (downloading) files (check that card IO Scanning has been disabled).
b File management
The memory zone assigned to the Web server URLs consists of 24 blocks:
• 23 sectors of 64 Kb for file storage.
• 1 sector of 64 Kb for the file table.
The Web server storage capacity is 1.5 Mb, i.e. 1536 Kb.
The file table is used to make the link between the HTTP server, the FTP server and the various “URL” files. This table is dynamic, in other
words it changes according to the file write and file delete type user commands. The table is cleared and reprogrammed each time there is
a change.
The maximum number of URL files is limited to 150.
The information relating to each file is as follows:
• File name (32 characters max.).
• Location address in the card memory.
• File size in bytes.
• “FTP” storage directory (html, html/lib/js etc.).
• URL processing function. (Access management, etc.). All the URLs have a default function which requires a password
(“HTTP password”) in order to access them via HTTP, apart from a few exceptions (see below).
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16. Downloading from the Web server
Each URL in the HTTP server is stored in the file table. As a result, the user can easily change the standard Web server by adding, deleting
or modifying the URL files.
However, some URLs are compulsory and/or cannot be modified.
• The “index.htm”, “html/english/home/index.htm” and “html/english/home/home.htm” pages, which form the entry page to the Web server,
are compulsory.
• The WebServer.htm page (see later), and the various HTML requests, such as password modification, are fixed and are not visible via
the FTP server.
The maximum file size is limited to 64 Kb. The size of the AtvSys.jar java archive file, containing all the java applets, is almost 64 Kb.
If additional java applets are required, two archive files must be created.
b Web server
The Web server has a masked page, which cannot be accessed directly via a hyperlink, providing access to a summary of the memory
resources, sector by sector, used by the Web server.
Example of access: http://192.168.1.23/WebServer.htm
Memory Sector
Sector 12
Sector 13
Sector 14
Sector 15
Sector 16
Sector 17
Sector 18
Sector 19
Sector 20
Sector 21
Sector 22
Sector 23
Sector 24
Sector 25
Sector 26
Sector 27
Sector 28
Sector 29
Sector 30
Sector 31
Sector 32
Sector 33
Sector 34
TOTAL
Free (bytes)
1,429
237
18,516
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
1,330,902
Max (bytes)
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
1,507,328
FastFree (bytes)
1,429
237
18,516
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
65,536
1,330,902
# File
44
01
02
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
47
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16. Downloading from the Web server
b Standard Web server resources
The Web server is version HTTP 1.1 and also supports HTTP 1.0.
The HTTP server provides access to the resources (URLs) in the Ethernet card:
• HTML pages
• Images
• Java applets
• Text file (Description of the drive parameters)
Type
File name
(Complete URL)
AtvChart.htm
AtvConf.htm
AtvFdr.htm
AtvView.htm
DataEditor.htm
DocReferences.htm
index.htm
SecurityData.htm
SecurityHttp.htm
Statistic.htm
html/english/header.htm
html/english/index.htm
html/english/control/index.htm
html/english/control/menu.htm
html/english/diagnostic/index.htm
HTML pages html/english/diagnostic/menu.htm
html/english/documentation/
index.htm
html/english/documentation/
menu.htm
html/english/home/home.htm
html/english/home/index.htm
html/english/home/menu.htm
html/english/maintenance/
index.htm
html/english/maintenance/
menu.htm
html/english/monitoring/
index.htm
html/english/monitoring/
menu.htm
html/english/setup/index.htm
html/english/setup/menu.htm
Size
(bytes)
651
630
628
880
633
660
591
1,570
1,523
648
968
560
575
760
575
856
File name
(Complete URL)
WebServer.htm
Special
Access not permitted
HMTL
Pwd change OK
pages
Pwd change NOK
Parameter file fdr/Current.prm
altivar71.jpg
images/Telemecanique.gif
images/
TelemecaniquePocketPC.gif
Images
lib/images/left.gif
lib/images/moins.gif
lib/images/plus.gif
lib/images/right.gif
AtvChart.jar
Java
applets
AtvSys.jar
Text file
DataFile.txt
html/config.js
Type
575
839
lib/js/header.js
JavaScript
scripts
3,216
870
866
883
882
15,479
64,736
42,196
418
5,629
lib/js/home.js
536
698
575
830
lib/js/index.js
lib/js/menu.js
lib/js/tools.js
895
4,824
261
575
main.css
314
lib/css/header.css
988
lib/css/main.css
341
lib/css/menu.css
655
64
575
960
Cascaded
Style
Sheets
575
1,056
The total size is 176,426 bytes for a total of 47 files (excluding special HTML pages and parameters file).
The standard Web server HTML pages have been designed for a 1024 × 768 minimum screen resolution.
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Size
(bytes)
Variable
14,982
3,582
17. SNMP agent
b Presentation
The SNMP protocol (Simple Network Management Protocol) is used to provide the data and services required for managing a network.
The data is stored in an MIB (Management Information Base).
The SNMP protocol is used to read or write MIB data.
Implementation of the Ethernet card SNMP services is minimal, as only the compulsory objects are handled.
Note: An SNMP agent can be configured to generate TRAPS to the SNMP Manager.
TRAPS are used to signal a specific agent state (fault, reset, etc.).
The VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card does not handle TRAPS.
b Tree structure
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17. SNMP agent
b Objects handled
Objects
SysDescr
Description
Text description of the device
Access
R
SysObjectID
Pointer to the product reference
in the private MIB
Time elapsed since the
Ethernet card was last turned on
Data item used to contact
the manager of this node
Node administrative name
Physical location of the product
Indicates the type of service
offered by this product
R
Default value
SCHNEIDER ATV Altivar Fast
Ethernet TCP/IP Module
entreprises.3833.1.7.255.6
R
-
R/W
-
R/W
R/W
R
ATV
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SysUpTime
SysContact
SysName
SysLocation
SysService
The SysContact, SysName and SysLocation objects can be modified by the user. The values written are saved to the Ethernet card via an
SNMP client not supplied with the VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card.
The size of these character strings is limited to 50 characters.
Using the “public” character string as a “community string” allows the user to access objects in read mode (all objects), whereas the
“schneider” character string enables read access (all objects) and write access (R/W objects only) to the string.
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18. Setup using PL7
b Defining the hardware configuration
Configure an Ethernet module, then configure the module so that it can communicate with the drive. The example shows a TSX Premium
PLC equipped with a TSX ETY5102 module.
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18. Setup using PL7
b BOOTP configuration
The BOOTP server function consists of allocating BOOTP clients their IP addresses.
The activation conditions for the drive BOOTP client are described in the “Configuration - IP Addresses” section.
This window is used to configure the BOOTP server.
The drive MAC address is given on a label attached to its VW3 A3 310 Ethernet card. The IP address assigned to the drive must be entered
in the table against the MAC address.
In this example, the Ethernet card MAC address is 00.80.F4.80.19.76, and its IP address is 139.160.69.242.
Each line in the “Table of supplied addresses” can accept both the MAC and IP addresses of a BOOTP client.
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18. Setup using PL7
b Configuring Modbus messaging
To use Modbus messaging in PL7, the “IP address”, “Subnet mask” and “Gateway address” parameters must be configured in the
“Messaging” tab in the PLC Ethernet module configuration screen.
Data entered in the “Connection configuration” box is used to manage the PLC Modbus messaging service, but has no effect on IO
Scanning which is an independent service.
Example:
PLC IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway address
Drive IP address
1
Xway address
1.101
139.160.69.245
255.255.254.0
139.160.68.1
139.160.69.242
IP address
139.160.69.242
Protocol
MODBUS
Access
Mode
MULTI
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18. Setup using PL7
b Configuring periodic variables
This window is used to configure the IO Scanning function, described in the IO Scanning Service section on page 39.
In this example:
• The periodic variables of the drive at IP address 139.160.69.242 are associated with PLC data words.
• The drive periodic output variables (control) are associated with the 32 words (WR count) starting at PLC address %MW550 (Write Ref.).
• The drive periodic input variables (monitoring) are associated with the 32 words (RD count) starting at PLC address %MW500 (Read Ref.).
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18. Setup using PL7
The addresses for the PLC %MW words correspond to the configuration in the previous example.
PLC
address
%MW 550
%MW 551
%MW 552
%MW 553
%MW 554
%MW 555
%MW 556
%MW 557
%MW 558
%MW 559
%MW 560
Periodic output variable
(default assignment)
Reserved
Control word (CMd)
Speed setpoint (LFrd)
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
%MW 561
to
%MW 581
Reserved
no
Configurable
PLC
address
%MW 500
%MW 501
%MW 502
%MW 503
%MW 504
%MW 505
%MW 506
%MW 507
%MW 508
%MW 509
%MW 510
Periodic input variable
(default assignment)
Reserved
Status word (EtA)
Output speed (rFrd)
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
%MW 511
to
%MW 531
Reserved
no
Configurable
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18. Setup using PL7
b Configuring the DHCP address server (FDR)
The DHCP server function consists of allocating BOOTP clients an IP address.
The activation conditions for the drive DHCP (FDR) client are described in the “Configuration - IP Addresses” section.
This window is used to configure the DHCP server.
The user must enter the following fields:
• “Name” to indicate the device name. In our example the ATV name is “ATV_0004”. This “name” corresponds to the FDR function
DeviceName and the drive parameter [DEVICE NAME].
• “IP address” to indicate the device IP address. In our example the ATV IP address is “139.160.69.242”.
• “Netmask” to indicate the subnet mask. In our example the subnet mask is “255.255.254.0”.
• “Gateway” to indicate the gateway IP address. In our example the gateway IP address is “139.160.68.1”.
Each line in the “Table of supplied addresses” can accept both the names and IP addresses of a DHCP client.
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19. Setup using Concept
b Hardware configuration
b Ethernet and I/O Scanner configuration
The screen illustrated below does not apply to the 140-NOE-771-10 master module.
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20. Setup using ProWORX NxT
b Hardware configuration (Traffic Cop)
b Network configuration
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20. Setup using ProWORX NxT
b TCP/IP configuration
b I/O Scanner configuration
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