PACSystems RSTi DeviceNet Network Adapter User's Manual, GFK

PACSystems RSTi DeviceNet Network Adapter User's Manual, GFK
GE
Intelligent Platforms
Programmable Control Products
PACSystems* RSTi
DeviceNet Network Adapter
User’s Manual, GFK-2801
September 2012
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Contents
1.
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 7
1.1
I/O Station Capacity ...................................................................................................... 8
1.2
Installation ..................................................................................................................... 8
1.3
Features ........................................................................................................................ 8
1.4
List of RSTi Network adapters ...................................................................................... 9
1.5
PACSystems Documentation........................................................................................ 9
2.
Installation ........................................................................................................ 10
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
Module Mounting ........................................................................................................ 11
How to Mount a Module on a DIN Rail................................................................... 11
How to Remove a Module from the DIN Rail ......................................................... 12
2.2
Installing and Removing Components ........................................................................ 13
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
Internal Bus/Field Power Contacts.............................................................................. 14
RSTi Bus Data Pin & Field Power Pin Description ................................................ 14
RSTi Data Bus System .......................................................................................... 15
3.
DeviceNet Network Adapters ......................................................................... 16
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
STXDNS001 DeviceNet Network Adapter Module ........................................................... 17
Interface ................................................................................................................. 17
Specifications .......................................................................................................... 18
3.2
3.2.1
STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925 ..................................... 19
Interface.................................................................................................................. 19
3.2.1.1
3.2.1.2
3.2.1.3
3.2.1.4
3.2.1.5
3.2.1.6
3.2.1.7
3.2.1.8
3.2.1.9
3.2.1.10
3.2.1.11
3.2.1.12
3.2.2
Specifications .......................................................................................................... 32
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
LED Indicators .............................................................................................................. 34
Module Status LED (MOD) .................................................................................... 34
Network Status LED (NET) .................................................................................... 34
IO Module Status LED (I/O) ................................................................................... 35
3.3.3.1
3.4
3.4.1
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STXDNS032 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with32 point Positive Logic Input .................. 19
STXDNS132 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 32 point Negative Logic Input ................ 21
STXDNS232 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 32 point Negative Logic Output ............. 22
STXDNS332- DeviceNet Network Adapter with32 point Positive Logic Output ................ 23
STXDNS016 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with16 relay output ....................................... 24
STXDNS116 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 relay output isolated ......................... 25
STXDNS432 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Pos. Logic in/16 Neg. Logic out........ 26
STXDNS532 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Neg. Logic in/16 Neg. Logic out ....... 27
STXDNS824 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Positive Logic in/16 relay out............ 28
STXDNS924- DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Negative Logic in/16 relay out ........... 29
STXDNS825 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Pos. Logic in/16 relay out isolated.... 30
STXDNS925 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Neg. Logic in/16 relay out isolated ... 31
Field Power Status LED .................................................................................................... 35
DeviceNet Module Installation ....................................................................................... 36
Dimensions.............................................................................................................. 36
3.4.1.1
3.4.1.2
3.4.1.3
3.4.1.4
STXDNS001 Dimension .................................................................................................... 36
STXDNS* Dimension ........................................................................................................ 36
Total IO ............................................................................................................................. 36
DeviceNet Network Composition....................................................................................... 37
3.4.2
3.4.3
DeviceNet Cable Specifications ............................................................................. 38
DeviceNet Connector Specifications...................................................................... 40
3.4.3.1
Mini Connector .................................................................................................................. 40
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Contents
3.4.3.2
3.4.3.3
4.
DeviceNet Module Configuration ................................................................... 43
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
DeviceNet MAC ID Setup ........................................................................................... 43
MAC ID Setup for STXDNS001: ............................................................................ 43
MAC ID and Baud rate Setup for
STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925 ............................. 43
4.1.2.1
4.1.2.2
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
5.
MAC ID Setup for STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925 ............ 43
MAC ID Setting Example .................................................................................................. 44
Configuring DeviceNet Adapter .................................................................................. 44
EDS Setting............................................................................................................ 44
Configuring the Network Settings of a DeviceNet Adapter Module ....................... 46
4.2.2.1
4.2.2.2
Configuring the MAC ID .................................................................................................... 46
Configuring I/O Messaging Connections ........................................................................... 46
I/O Process Image Map .............................................................................................. 51
Input Process Image Map ...................................................................................... 52
Output Process Image Map ................................................................................... 57
DeviceNet Interface ......................................................................................... 60
5.1
Supported Objects ...................................................................................................... 60
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
Object Settings ............................................................................................................ 61
Identity Object ........................................................................................................ 61
Message Router Object ......................................................................................... 62
DeviceNet Object ................................................................................................... 62
Assembly Object .................................................................................................... 64
Connection Object.................................................................................................. 64
Acknowledge Handler Object................................................................................. 69
Bus Manager Object .............................................................................................. 70
IO Module Slot Object ............................................................................................ 74
A.
A.1
6
Network Connector ........................................................................................................... 41
Terminator Resistor Specification for STXDNS001 ........................................................... 42
Diagnostics ...................................................................................................... 78
How to Diagnose when Device Cannot Communicate with the Network ................... 78
B.
Product List ...................................................................................................... 79
C.
Product Codes ................................................................................................. 82
D.
Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for Conformance ........ 83
D.1
Important Notes........................................................................................................... 83
D.2
Safety Notes................................................................................................................ 83
D.3
Certifications ............................................................................................................... 83
D.4
Government Regulations ............................................................................................ 84
D.5
Environmental Specifications ...................................................................................... 85
D.6
Abbreviations .............................................................................................................. 86
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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.
Introduction
The PACSystems RSTi Network Interface and I/O family provides a cost effective, modular
distributed I/O system. The RSTi network is ideally suited for distributed applications such as
water/wastewater, process control, packaging and assembly. You can easily add RSTi
modules to the system to build functional remote I/O stations to meet your application
requirements.
Sr. Number
Label
Sr. Number
Label
Removable Switch of
Terminal Block
RTB (Removable Terminal
Block)
Tester Pin Hole
Reserved communication
Port (Useful to only
manufacturer)
Screw less Connection
System
PUSH Lock for DIN rail
I/O Status Display LED
System-Data Pin (6 Pins)
Module Number Marking
(Header Type)
Header Type Module (16
points)
Field Power Pin (2 pins)
Fieldbus Connector (actual
connector depends upon the
type network adapter)
Module Number Marking (on
the Removable terminal
Block
Node ID or station address
setting (either rotary or dip
switches depends upon the
type of network adapter)
A set of interconnected RSTi modules can be chosen to suit the application and connected
as a slave on a MODBUS network. An RSTi Network Adapter provides the interface between
the network and the RSTi modules. The Network Adapter and I/O modules selected for an
application constitute an I/O station.
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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1
1.2
I/O Station Capacity

Up to 32 IO devices can be connected to a Network Adapter (STXDNS001), whereas DeviceNet
network adapters with integrated IO support only up to 10 IO modules. The power
consumption of all the modules in the node should be calculated and ensured that it does not
exceed the capacity of Network Adapter and power modules.

The sum of all input and output data can be up to:

252 bytes per station for a DeviceNet network adapter STXDNS001

70 bytes per station for a DeviceNet network adapter STXDNS*
Installation
The Network Adapter must be connected to the left of the other RSTi modules in the I/O station.
Within the RSTi station the bus connection, power supply, and power distribution are completed by
connecting modules together on the DIN rail. Sensors and actuators are wired to the RSTi modules
using spring clamp terminals on the module’s removable terminal strips. These terminal strips can
be keyed so that they cannot be accidentally swapped. If a module must be replaced, the wiring
does not need to be removed; just remove the terminal strip from the module.
1.3
8
Features

Modules can be easily installed and connected without tools.

Flexible and modular structure allows I/O stations to be easily expanded.

A comprehensive selection of I/O modules supports a wide range of applications.

Small removable terminal blocks conserve panel space and save time making system
connections.

Module-based diagnostic functions

The amount of costly parallel wiring is reduced. Within a station, voltage and data routing can
be carried out without additional wiring, reducing the cabinet space needed.

Different parts of the system can be operated independent of one another. This means that
pretests can be carried out when the system is set up and that the whole system can be
adapted and expanded.
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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.4
List of RSTi Network adapters
RSTi DeviceNet Network Adapters
1.5

STXDNS001 DeviceNet network adapter

STXDNS032 32 point Positive Logic Input

STXDNS132 32 point Negative Logic Input

STXDNS232 32 point Negative Logic Output

STXDNS332 32 point Positive Logic Output

STXDNS016 16 relay output

STXDNS116 16 relay output isolated

STXDNS432 16 Positive Logic in/16 Negative Logic out

STXDNS532 16 Negative Logic in/16 Negative Logic out

STXDNS824 16 Positive Logic in/16 relay out

STXDNS924 16 Negative Logic in/16 relay out

STXDNS825 16 Positive Logic in/16 relay out isolated

STXDNS925 16 Negative Logic in/16 relay out isolated
PACSystems Documentation
■
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Chapter 2. Installation
2.
Installation
Warning
Installing or removing modules or wiring with power applied to the
system or field wiring can cause an electrical arc. This can result in
unexpected and potentially dangerous action by field devices. Arcing is
an explosion risk in hazardous locations. Be sure that the area is nonhazardous or remove power appropriately before installing or removing
modules or wiring.
Potentially dangerous voltages are present on a module’s terminals,
even when system power is turned off. Field power must be turned off
when installing or removing a terminal block assembly.
Personnel, who install, operate and maintain automation systems that
contain these products must be trained and qualified to perform those
functions.
Overloading power modules or Network adapter can result into electric
arc and damage to modules.
Caution
Check the rated voltage and terminal array before wiring.
Ensure that specified environmental conditions are not exceeded.
Avoid placing the module in direct sunlight.
Review module specifications carefully, and ensure that input and
output connections are made in accordance with the specifications.
Use specified cables for wiring.
Field power isolators must be used according to the requirements of
the 5VDC/24VDC/48VDC or AC voltage modules used in the system.
If system power consumption exceeds the power limits, use system
power expansion modules.
Power supplies for system power and field power must be supplied
from separate sources.
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Chapter 2. Installation
2.1
Module Mounting
2.1.1
How to Mount a Module on a DIN Rail
1. Press down the module lightly on the DIN Rail until it clicks and locks.
Figure 1: Pressing down the module lightly
2. . You can use the PUSH lock for DIN rail up as a second locking mechanism.
Figure 2: PUSH lock as a second locking mechanism
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Chapter 2. Installation
2.1.2
How to Remove a Module from the DIN Rail
1. Pull down the locking mechanism by using small flat screw driver as in the following
figures.
Figure 3: Pulling down the lock
2. Pull up the module to remove from the DIN rail.
Figure 4: Pulling up the module
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2.2
Installing and Removing Components
To plug in the module use a small-bladed screwdriver and push down the locking lever located at
bottom of the module. Install the module on DIN rail firmly; push up the locking lever to lock.
To pull out the RSTi module, push down the locking lever rail.
Figure 5: Removing RSTi module from DIN rail
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Chapter 2. Installation
2.3
Internal Bus/Field Power Contacts
Communication between the Network adapters and the IO module as well as system / field
power supply of the bus modules is carried out via the internal bus. It is comprised of 6 data
pins and 2 field power pins.
Figure 6: Internal bus with 6 data pins and 2 field power pins
Warning
Do not touch data and field power pins, in order to avoid damage by
ESD noise.
2.3.1
RSTi Bus Data Pin & Field Power Pin Description
Table 1: RSTi Bus Pin Name and Description
No.
14
Name
Description
1
Vcc
System supply voltage (5V dc)
2
GND
System Ground
3
Token Output
Token output port of Processor module
4
Serial Output
Transmitter output port of Processor module
5
Serial Input
Receiver input port of Processor module
6
Reserved
Reserved for bypass Token
7
Field GND
Field Ground
8
Field Vcc
Field supply voltage (24Vdc)
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2.3.2
RSTi Data Bus System
Figure 7: Interface between different modules
■
■
■
Network Adapter Module: The Network Adapter Module forms the link between the
field bus and the field devices through IO Modules. The connection to different field
bus systems can be established by each of the corresponding Network Adapter
Modules: PROFIBUS, CANopen, DeviceNet, Ethernet/IP, CC-Link, MODBUS/Serial,
MODBUS/TCP, PROFINET etc.
IO Module: The IO Modules are supported by a variety of input and output field
devices. There are digital and analog input/output modules and special function
modules.
Two types of Bus Message
Service Messaging
I/O Messaging
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Chapter 3. DeviceNet Network Adapters
3.
DeviceNet Network Adapters
DeviceNet Network Adapters include STXDNS001 and STXDNS* modules
■
STXDNS001
The following are the features of STXDNS001:
■

STXDNS001 is connected with the 5 pin open male Connector.

It works as a slave in the Master/Slave environment.

The node size is able to extend up to 64 nodes, including master.

Each STXDNS001 can control maximum 1024 digital input/1024 digital output, or
64 analog input/64 analog output channels.

It Supports Poll, Bit-Strobe, Cyclic, COS network protocols.

LED indicators for diagnostic functions (the status of Module, network IO units,
and field power)

It supports the communication speed from 125Kbps, 250Kbps, 500Kbps and the
auto baud rate detection.

The station number is assigned by rotary switch.
STXDNS*
The following are the features of STXDNS*:

STXDNS* supports DeviceNet communication protocol and is connected with
5pin open Male Connector.

These modules work as a slave under Master/Slave circumstances.

They allow I/O Data communications with Master by means of polling, Strobe,
COS, Cyclic process.

They support the transmission rate from 125Kbps, 250Kbps, 500Kbps and Auto
Baud rate Detection.

They also define the Node Address and communication speed by using Dip
Switch.
STXDNS*: STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925
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3.1
STXDNS001 DeviceNet Network Adapter Module
3.1.1
Interface
The following figure shows the interface diagram for STXDNS001
Figure 8: DeviceNet network adapter module: STXDNS001
The following table lists the pin numbers and their description for STXDNS001
Table 2: STXDNS001: Pin Description
Pin Number
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Description
Pin Number
Description
0
System power 24v
1
System power 0 v
2
Ground
3
Ground
4
Field power 0v
5
Field power 0v
6
Field power 24v
7
Field power 24v
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Chapter 3. DeviceNet Network Adapters
3.1.2
Specifications
The following table describes the Specifications of STXDNS001.
Table 3: Interface Specifications
Item
Specification
Adapter Type
Group 2 Only Slave
Max. IO Module
32 slots
Max. Input Size
2016 bits
Max. Output Size
2016 bits
Max. Length Bus Line
[email protected], Max. [email protected], Max.
[email protected]
Max. Nodes
64 nodes including master
Communication Speed
125Kbps, 250Kbps, 500Kbps, auto baud supported
Network Protocol
Poll, Bit-Strobe, Cyclic, COS
Interface Connector
5pin Open male connector
Node MAC ID Setup
2 Rotary Switches
Module Location
First module of RSTi system.
Field Power Detection
About 11Vdc
Table 4: General Specification
Item
System Power
Supply voltage : 24Vdc nominal
Supply voltage range : 11~28.8Vdc
Protection : Output current limit(1.2A)
Reverse polarity protection
Power Dissipation
40mA typical @24Vdc
Current for I/O Module
1.2A @5Vdc
Isolation
DeviceNet to internal logic : Non-isolation
Internal logic to I/O driver : Isolation
Field Power
Supply voltage : 24Vdc nominal
Supply voltage range : 11~28.8Vdc
Max. Current Field Power
Contact
DC 10A Max.
Weight
155g
Module Size
42mm x 99mm x 70mm
Shock Operating
10g
Shock Non-Operating
30g
Vibration/shock resistance
Displacement : 0.012Inch p-p from 10~57Hz
Acceleration : 2G’s from 57~500Hz
Sweep Rate : 1 octave Per Minute
Axes to test : x, y, z
Frequency Sweeps Per Axis : 10
EMC resistance burst/ESD
EMC Directive
Installation Pos. / Protect. Class
Variable/IP20
Product Certifications
18
Specification
CULUS,
CE, FCC
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Chapter 3. DeviceNet Network Adapters
3.2
STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925
3.2.1
Interface
3.2.1.1 STXDNS032 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with32 point Positive Logic Input
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS032.
.
Figure 9: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS032
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Table 5: STXDNS032: Pin Description
Pin Number
20
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Input Channel 16
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
Input Channel 17
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Input Channel 18
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
Input Channel 19
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Input Channel 20
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
Input Channel 21
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Input Channel 22
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
Input Channel 23
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Input Channel 24
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
Input Channel 25
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Input Channel 26
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
Input Channel 27
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Input Channel 28
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
Input Channel 29
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Input Channel 30
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
Input Channel 31
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3.2.1.2 STXDNS132 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 32 point Negative Logic Input
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS132.
Figure 10: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS132
Table 6: STXDNS132: Pin Description
Pin Number
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Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Input Channel 16
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
Input Channel 17
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Input Channel 18
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
Input Channel 19
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Input Channel 20
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
Input Channel 21
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Input Channel 22
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
Input Channel 23
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Input Channel 24
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
Input Channel 25
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Input Channel 26
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
Input Channel 27
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Input Channel 28
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
Input Channel 29
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Input Channel 30
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
Input Channel 31
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3.2.1.3 STXDNS232 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 32 point Negative Logic Output
The following illustration shows the interface diagram for STXDNS232.
Figure 11: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNBS232
Table 7: STXDNS232: Pin Description
Pin Number
22
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Output Channel 0
03- 0
Output Channel 16
01-1
Output Channel 1
03-1
Output Channel 17
01-2
Output Channel 2
03-2
Output Channel 18
01-3
Output Channel 3
03-3
Output Channel 19
01-4
Output Channel 4
03-4
Output Channel 20
01-5
Output Channel 5
03-5
Output Channel 21
01-6
Output Channel 6
03-6
Output Channel 22
01-7
Output Channel 7
03-7
Output Channel 23
02-0
Output Channel 8
04-0
Output Channel 24
02-1
Output Channel 9
04-1
Output Channel 25
02-2
Output Channel 10
04-2
Output Channel 26
02-3
Output Channel 11
04-3
Output Channel 27
02-4
Output Channel 12
04-4
Output Channel 28
02-5
Output Channel 13
04-5
Output Channel 29
02-6
Output Channel 14
04-6
Output Channel 30
02-7
Output Channel 15
04-7
Output Channel 31
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3.2.1.4 STXDNS332- DeviceNet Network Adapter with32 point Positive Logic Output
The following illustration shows the interface diagram for STXDNS332.
Figure 12: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS332
Table 8: STXDNS332: Pin Description
Pin Number
GFK-2801
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Output Channel 0
03- 0
Output Channel 16
01-1
Output Channel 1
03-1
Output Channel 17
01-2
Output Channel 2
03-2
Output Channel 18
01-3
Output Channel 3
03-3
Output Channel 19
01-4
Output Channel 4
03-4
Output Channel 20
01-5
Output Channel 5
03-5
Output Channel 21
01-6
Output Channel 6
03-6
Output Channel 22
01-7
Output Channel 7
03-7
Output Channel 23
02-0
Output Channel 8
04-0
Output Channel 24
02-1
Output Channel 9
04-1
Output Channel 25
02-2
Output Channel 10
04-2
Output Channel 26
02-3
Output Channel 11
04-3
Output Channel 27
02-4
Output Channel 12
04-4
Output Channel 28
02-5
Output Channel 13
04-5
Output Channel 29
02-6
Output Channel 14
04-6
Output Channel 30
02-7
Output Channel 15
04-7
Output Channel 31
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3.2.1.5 STXDNS016 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with16 relay output
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS016
.
Figure 13: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS016
Table 9: STXDNS016: Pin Description
Pin Number
24
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Relay Output 0
03- 0
Relay Output 8
01-1
COM 0
03-1
COM 2
01-2
Relay Output 1
03-2
Relay Output 9
01-3
COM 0
03-3
COM 2
01-4
Relay Output 2
03-4
Relay Output 10
01-5
COM 0
03-5
COM 2
01-6
Relay Output 3
03-6
Relay Output 11
01-7
COM 0
03-7
COM 2
02-0
Relay Output 4
04-0
Relay Output 12
02-1
COM 1
04-1
COM 3
02-2
Relay Output 5
04-2
Relay Output 13
02-3
COM 1
04-3
COM 3
02-4
Relay Output 6
04-4
Relay Output 14
02-5
COM 1
04-5
COM 3
02-6
Relay Output 7
04-6
Relay Output 15
2-7
COM 1
4-7
COM 3
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3.2.1.6 STXDNS116 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 relay output isolated
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS116
Figure 14: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS116
Table 10: STXDNS116: Pin Description
Pin Number
GFK-2801
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Relay Output 0
03- 0
Relay Output 8
01-1
COM 0
03-1
COM 8
01-2
Relay Output 1
03-2
Relay Output 9
01-3
COM 1
03-3
COM 9
01-4
Relay Output 2
03-4
Relay Output 10
01-5
COM 2
03-5
COM 10
01-6
Relay Output 3
03-6
Relay Output 11
01-7
COM 3
03-7
COM 11
02-0
Relay Output 4
04-0
Relay Output 12
02-1
COM 4
04-1
COM 12
02-2
Relay Output 5
04-2
Relay Output 13
02-3
COM 5
04-3
COM 13
02-4
Relay Output 6
04-4
Relay Output 14
02-5
COM 6
04-5
COM 14
02-6
Relay Output 7
04-6
Relay Output 15
02-7
COM 7
04-7
COM 15
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3.2.1.7 STXDNS432 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Pos. Logic in/16 Neg. Logic out
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS432.
Figure 15: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNBS432
Table 11: STXDNS432: Pin Description
Pin Number
26
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Output Channel 0
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
Output Channel 1
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Output Channel 2
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
Output Channel 3
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Output Channel 4
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
Output Channel 5
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Output Channel 6
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
Output Channel 7
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Output Channel 8
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
Output Channel 9
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Output Channel 10
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
Output Channel 11
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Output Channel 12
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
Output Channel 13
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Output Channel 14
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
Output Channel 15
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3.2.1.8 STXDNS532 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Neg. Logic in/16 Neg. Logic out
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS532.
Figure 16: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS532
Table 12: STXDNS532: Pin Description
Pin Number
GFK-2801
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Output Channel 0
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
Output Channel 1
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Output Channel 2
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
Output Channel 3
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Output Channel 4
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
Output Channel 5
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Output Channel 6
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
Output Channel 7
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Output Channel 8
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
Output Channel 9
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Output Channel 10
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
Output Channel 11
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Output Channel 12
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
Output Channel 13
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Output Channel 14
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
Output Channel 15
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3.2.1.9 STXDNS824 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Positive Logic in/16 relay out
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS824.
Figure 17: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS824
Table 13: STXDNS824: Pin Description
Pin Number
28
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Relay Output 0
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
COM 0
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Relay Output 1
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
COM 1
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Relay Output 2
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
COM 2
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Relay Output 3
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
COM 3
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Relay Output 4
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
COM 4
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Relay Output 5
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
COM 5
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Relay Output 6
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
COM 6
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Relay Output 7
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
COM 7
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3.2.1.10 STXDNS924- DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Negative Logic in/16 relay out
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS924.
Figure 18: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS924
Table 14: STXDNS924: Pin Description
Pin Number
GFK-2801
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Relay Output 0
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
COM 0
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Relay Output 1
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
COM 0
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Relay Output 2
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
COM 0
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Relay Output 3
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
COM 0
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Relay Output 4
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
COM 1
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Relay Output 5
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
COM 1
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Relay Output 6
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
COM 1
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Relay Output 7
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
COM 1
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3.2.1.11 STXDNS825 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Pos. Logic in/16 relay out isolated
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS825.
Figure 19: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS825
Table 15: STXDNS825: Pin Description
Pin Number
30
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Relay Output 0
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
COM 0
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Relay Output 1
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
COM 1
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Relay Output 2
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
COM 2
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Relay Output 3
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
COM 3
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Relay Output 4
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
COM 4
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Relay Output 5
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
COM 5
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Relay Output 6
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
COM 6
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Relay Output 7
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
COM 7
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3.2.1.12 STXDNS925 - DeviceNet Network Adapter with 16 Neg. Logic in/16 relay out isolated
The following screenshot shows the interface diagram for STXDNS925.
Figure 20: DeviceNet Network Adaptor Module: STXDNS925
Table 16: STXDNS925: Pin Description
Pin Number
GFK-2801
Description
Pin Number
Description
01-0
Input Channel 0
03- 0
Relay Output 0
01-1
Input Channel 1
03-1
COM 0
01-2
Input Channel 2
03-2
Relay Output 1
01-3
Input Channel 3
03-3
COM 1
01-4
Input Channel 4
03-4
Relay Output 2
01-5
Input Channel 5
03-5
COM 2
01-6
Input Channel 6
03-6
Relay Output 3
01-7
Input Channel 7
03-7
COM 3
02-0
Input Channel 8
04-0
Relay Output 4
02-1
Input Channel 9
04-1
COM 4
02-2
Input Channel 10
04-2
Relay Output 5
02-3
Input Channel 11
04-3
COM 5
02-4
Input Channel 12
04-4
Relay Output 6
02-5
Input Channel 13
04-5
COM 6
02-6
Input Channel 14
04-6
Relay Output 7
02-7
Input Channel 15
04-7
COM 7
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3.2.2
Specifications
Table 17: STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925 Specifications
Model
DNS
032
DNS
132
DNS
232
DNS
332
DNS
432
DNBS
532
DNBS
016
DNS
116
DNS
824
DNS
924
DNS
825
DNS
925
Input/Interface Specifications
Number of
Inputs
Logic Type
32 Points
Pos.
16 Points
Neg.
Pos.
Neg.
Indicates
Input
Voltage
16 Points
Pos.
Neg.
Pos.
Neg.
24Vdc
0Vdc
24Vdc
0Vdc
1 LED/ 1 point
24
Vdc
0Vdc
24Vdc
0Vdc
Maximum
Off-State
Voltage
5Vdc
5Vdc
5Vdc
Minimum
On-State
Voltage
9Vdc
9Vdc
9Vdc
Input Signal
Delay
< 0.5msec
< 0.5msec
< 0.5msec
Input
Impedance
About 5.4KΩ
About 5.4KΩ
About 5.4KΩ
Output Specifications
Number of
Outputs
Logic Type
32 Points
Neg.
Output Load
Current
Output
Voltage
16 Points
Pos.
0Vdc
24Vdc
Drop
Voltage
(ON-state)
Maximum 0.3Vdc
Leakage
Current
(OFF-state)
Maximum 50uA
Output
Signal Delay
< 0.3msec
Protection
Neg.
Maximum 0.5A/1pt, 8A/All
0Vdc
Short protection, Over Temperature
protection, Over Current Limit
Relay Output Specifications
Number of
Output
Relay Type
Output
Rating
16 points
8 points
Normally Open, Single Pole, Single Throw
[email protected]~28.8Vdc,240Vac, [email protected], [email protected],
Minimum
Load
100uA, 100mVdc/Point
Minimum
On-Stage
Voltage Drop
[email protected], Resistive Load, 24Vdc
Output Delay
Time
Maximum 10ms
Initial
Contact
Resistance
32
30mΩ
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Model
DNS
032
DNS
132
DNS
232
DNS
332
DNS
432
DNBS
532
DNBS
016
Expected
Contact Life
Common
Type
DNS
116
DNS
824
DNS
924
DNS
825
300K Cycle Resistive, 100K Cycle Inductive
4 Point
/1 COM
Isolation
1 Point
/1 COM
4 Point/1 COM
1 Point/1 COM
Relay Coil/Contact Isolation
IO Common Specifications
Power
Dissipation
Isolation
Maximum [email protected]
System Power to internal logic: Non-isolation, Internal logic to I/O driver: Isolation
Field Power
Supply Voltage: 24Vdc nominal, Supply Voltage range: 11~28.8Vdc
Current for
IO Module
[email protected]
Field Power
Current
Maximum [email protected]
Weight
Maximum 340g
Module Size
83mm x 99mm x 70mm
Environment
al Conditions
See “Environmental Specifications" in Appendix D.
GFK-2801
DNS
925
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3.3
LED Indicators
3.3.1
Module Status LED (MOD)
Table 18: Module Status LED
Color
3.3.2
Status
Function
Off
Power off
No power is supplied to the unit.
Solid Green
Device Operational
The unit is operating in normal condition.
Flashing Green
Device in Standby
The device needs commissioning due to
configuration missing, incomplete or
incorrect.
Flashing Red
Minor Fault
Recoverable Fault
- EEPROM checksum error.
Solid Red
Unrecoverable Fault
The device has an unrecoverable fault.
- Firmware Fault.
Network Status LED (NET)
Table 19: Network Status LED
Color
34
Status
Function
Off
Not Powered,
Not On-line
Device is not on-line or may not be powered
Flashing Green
On-line,
Not connected
Device is on-line but has no connections in the
established state
- Passed the Duplicate MAC_ID test
- Not allocated to a master
Solid Green
On-line,
Connected
Device is on-line and allocated to a master.
Flashing Red
Connection Time-out
One or more I/O connections are in the time-out
state.
Solid Red
Critical
Communication
Failure
Failed communication.
- Duplicate MAC ID
- Bus-off
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IO Module Status LED (I/O)
Table 20: IO Module status LED
Color
Status
Function
Off
Not powered
No IO Module
Device has no IO module or may not be
powered
Flashing Green
-Bus On-line,
Do not Exchange I/O data
Bus is on-line but does not exchanging I/O
data
(Passed the IO module configuration).
Solid Green
Bus Connection,
Run Exchanging IO data
Exchanging I/O data
Solid Red
Bus connection fault
during exchanging IO data
One or more IO module in fault Status.
- Changed IO module configuration.
- Bus communication failure.
IO Configuration Failed
Failed to initialize IO module
- Detected invalid IO module ID.
- Overflowed Input / Output Size
- Too many IO module
- Initial protocol failure
- Vendor code Mismatch.
Flashing Red
3.3.3.1 Field Power Status LED
Table 21: Field Power Status LED
Color
GFK-2801
Status
Function
Off
Not Supplied Field Power
Not supplied 24V dc field power
Solid Green
Supplied Field Power
Supplied 24V dc field power
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3.4
DeviceNet Module Installation
3.4.1
Dimensions
3.4.1.1 STXDNS001 Dimension
The following screenshot displays the dimension for STXDNS001
Figure 21: Dimension for STXDNS001
3.4.1.2 STXDNS* Dimension
The following screenshot displays the dimension for STXDNS*.
Figure 22: Dimension for STXDNS*
3.4.1.3 Total IO
The maximum number of IO module assemblies that can be connected is 32. So the
maximum length is 426mm.
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3.4.1.4 DeviceNet Network Composition
Table 22: Network Components
Name
GFK-2801
Description
Node
Node is the Slave DeviceNet that is assigned
the address number. DeviceNet system is
comprised of a Master and Slave. The Master
manages the DeviceNet network and composes
external I/O in Slave. Slave polls external I/O.
Trunk / Drop Line
Trunk line is the cable that is installed with a
terminator resistor on each end.
Drop line is cable that T branch from trunk line.
In the DeviceNet, both trunk and drop line are
used.
Connection Mode
DeviceNet has two types of connection modes.
T-branch: T-branch is a method that branches
off drop-line by a T-branch tap
Multi-drop: The Multi drop method connects the
nodes directly without the use of a T-branch.
Terminator Resistor
Terminator resistor is installed for reduction a
reflected wave in both ends of the trunk line.
Communication Power
DeviceNet requires the user to supply
communication power to each node connector
through the DeviceNet cable.
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3.4.2
DeviceNet Cable Specifications
Table 23: DeviceNet Cable Specifications
Physical
Characteristics
Thick Cable Spec
Thin Cable Spec
Communication cable
Conductor pair size
#18 Copper(minimum) : 19 strand
min(individually tinned)
#24 Copper(minimum) : 19 strand
min(individually tinned)
Insulation diameter
0.150 inches
0.077 inches
Colors
Light blue
White
Light blue
White
Pair twist/ft
3(approx.)
5(approx.)
Impedance
120Ω ± 10% (at 1MHz)
Power pair
38
Conductor pair size
#15 Copper(minimum) : 19 strand
min(individually tinned)
#22 Copper(minimum) : 19 strand
min(individually tinned)
Insulation diameter
0.098 inches
0.055 inches
Color
Red
Black
Red
Black
Tape shield over pair
1.0mil/1mil,Al/Mylar
Al side out w/shorting fold
(pull-on applied)
1.0mil/1mil,Al/Mylar
Al side out w/shorting fold
(pull-on applied)
Drain wire
#18 Copper(minimum): 19 strand
min
#22 Copper(minimum): 19 strand min
Roundness
Radius delta to be within 15% of 0.5 0.D
Agency certification
NEC(UL) type CL2(min.)
Jacket marker
Vender name & part#, and additional
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The maximum length of network for each cable type is as follows.
Table 24: Maximum Length for Thick Cable
Communication
rate
Truck Length
Truck Exchange
(Thick Cable)
Cumulative
drop
Maximum
drop
125Kb
500m(1640ft)
1.0
156m(512ft)
6m(20ft)
250Kb
250m(820ft)
1.0
76m(256ft)
6m(20ft)
500Kb
100m(328ft)
1.0
38m(128ft)
6m(20ft)
Table 25: Maximum Length for Thin Cable
GFK-2801
Communication
rate
Truck Length
Truck Exchange
(Thick Cable)
Cumulative
drop
Maximum
drop
125Kb
100m(328ft)
5.0
156m(512ft)
6m(20ft)
250Kb
100m(328ft)
2.5
76m(256ft)
6m(20ft)
500Kb
100m(328ft)
1.0
38m(128ft)
6m(20ft)
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3.4.3
DeviceNet Connector Specifications
3.4.3.1 Mini Connector
Table 26: Mini Connector Specifications
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Male General Characteristics
Specification
Number of Pins
5
Coupling Nut
Male
Coupling Nut Thread
7/8–166 UN-2A THD
Rotation
Optional
Pin out
Drain : Pin1, V+ : Pin2, V- : Pin3, CAN_H : Pin4, CAN_L : Pin5
Female General Characteristics
Specification
Number of Pins
5
Coupling Nut
Female
Coupling Nut Thread
7/8–166 UN-2B THD
Rotation
Required
Pin out
Drain : Pin1, V+ : Pin2, V- : Pin3, CAN_H : Pin4, CAN_L : Pin5
Physical Characteristics
Specification
Wiping Contact Plating Requirements
30 micro inch gold minimum over 50 micro inch nickel
minimum or 5 micro inch gold minimum over 20 micro inch
Palladium-nickel minimum over 50 micro inch nickels. All gold
must be 24 karat
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3.4.3.2 Network Connector
Figure 23: Communication Interface for STXDNS001 and STXDNS*
STXDNS* : STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925
Table 27: Network Connector Specifications
Male General Characteristics
Specification
Number of Pins
5
Coupling Nut
None
Coupling Nut Thread
None
Rotation
None
Pin out
V- : Pin1, CAN_L : Pin2, Shield : Pin3, CAN_H : Pin4, V+ :
Pin5
Female General Characteristics
Specification
Number of Pins
5
Coupling Nut
None
Coupling Nut Thread
None
Rotation
None
Pin out
V- : Pin1, CAN_L : Pin2, Shield : Pin3, CAN_H : Pin4, V+ :
Pin5
Physical Characteristics
Specification
Wiping Contact Plating Requirements
30 micro inch gold minimum over 50 micro inch nickel
minimum or 5 micro inch gold minimum over 20 micro inch
Palladium-nickel minimum over 50 micro inch nickels. All gold
must be 24 karat
Wiping Contract Life
1000 insertion - extractions
Electrical Characteristics
Specification
Operating Voltage
25 Volt minimum
Contact Rating
8 Amps minimum
Device network power is 24V. Network and I/O field power must be separated
GFK-2801
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3.4.3.3 Terminator Resistor Specification for STXDNS001
Figure 24: Terminator resistor specification
For STXDNS001
Specification of terminator Resistors are Carbon film Resistor. Resistance specification is 120Ω,
1%, 1/4W
For STXDNS*
Termination
Resistor
setting
Dip SW #1
Dip SW
#2
ON
on
on
OFF
off
off
Figure 25: DeviceNet DIP switch set up for STXDNS*
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DeviceNet Module Configuration
4.1
DeviceNet MAC ID Setup
4.1.1
MAC ID Setup for STXDNS001:
Each DeviceNet Adapter must have a unique MAC ID (from 0 to 63) so that it can be
addressed independently from other nodes.
For STXDNS001, if value range of 2 rotary switches is 64~99, the MAC ID can be set by from
network (software). The below figure shows MAC ID 27(=2*10 + 7*1) of a slave
X 10 (MSD)
X 1 (LSD)
Figure 26: DeviceNet MAC ID set up for STXDNS001
4.1.2
MAC ID and Baud rate Setup for STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925
4.1.2.1 MAC ID Setup for STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925
Each DeviceNet Adapter must have a unique MAC ID (from 0 to 63) so that it can be
addressed independently from other nodes.
Dip Switch #1–6 setting.
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4.1.2.2 MAC ID Setting Example
When setting MAC ID to No.20 (Bin.10100) No.3 & 5 Dip S/W On.
Baud rate Setup for STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925
DIP #7
DIP #8
OFF
OFF
125Kbps
ON
OFF
250Kbps
OFF
ON
500Kbps
ON
ON
Auto Baud rate
4.2
Configuring DeviceNet Adapter
4.2.1
EDS Setting
Baud rate
The Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) provides information necessary to access and alter the
configuration parameter of a device. EDS is an external file that contains information about
configurable attributes for the debate, including object addresses of each parameter. The
application objects in a device represent the destination addresses for configuration data.
These addresses are encoded in the EDS.
Figure 27: Block Diagram of an EDS File
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To configure I/O station, add a GE-IP DeviceNet master module at the desired slot in the
Rx3i Proficy Machine Edition project. Right click on the master module and choose “Add
Slave”.
1. A pop-up window “slave catalog” will appear which can help you in configuring the I/O
station along with the I/O modules
2. On the slave catalog window click on “Have Disk” button and browse to the location
where *.eds files are placed and select the required eds file.
3. Select the desired DeviceNet network adapter module after it gets added in the
“slave Catalog” popup window.
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4.2.2
Configuring the Network Settings of a DeviceNet Adapter Module
To configure the Network Settings for a DeviceNet Slave Module, right-click the DeviceNet
Slave in the PLC configuration, and choose Network Settings.
The Network Settings dialog box appears
The General tab allows setting a name and description for the module. On this tab, you can
also select the MACID. The rest of the tabs set up the messaging connections that will be
used by the module.
4.2.2.1 Configuring the MAC ID
All software-configured devices originally have the same default MAC ID: 63. Therefore,
assigning the MAC ID 63 to be used by a device on the network should be avoided if
possible, to prevent duplicate MAC ID conflicts when adding a new slave.
4.2.2.2 Configuring I/O Messaging Connections
I/O Messaging is the term used for the routine and automatic exchange of data between the
master and slaves in a DeviceNet system. Each configured I/O Message defines a dedicated
communication path between a producing device and one or more consuming devices. Once
these connections have been established, I/O Messaging communications occur
automatically during system operation.
The DeviceNet Slave Module can be set up for up to two different I/O Messaging
connections. Each connection can be disabled (the default), or set up for Polled, Strobed,
Change-of-State, or Cyclic operation. Connections should be configured to meet the needs of
the application.
The selection made for one I/O Messaging connection determines which connection types
remain available for the other I/O Messaging connection, as shown by the table below. For
example, you can only select one polling connection for the module.
Selected for One Connection
Available for the Other Connection
Disabled
Disabled, polled, strobe, cos. cyclic
Polled
Disabled, strobed, cos, cyclic
Strobed
Disabled, polled, cos, cyclic
Cos
Disabled, polled, strobed
Cyclic
Disabled, polled, strobed
Configuration of each of these connection types is described on the following pages
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Configuring a Polled I/O Messaging Connection
For input resources, specify the number of data bytes the DeviceNet Slave Module will send
to the master.
For output resources, enter the number of bytes the DeviceNet Slave Module will consume
from the master
4.2.2.2.2
Configuring a Strobed I/O Messaging Connection
In Strobed I/O mode, the master produces a single Strobe request message that is
consumed by all devices with a connection configured for strobing, requesting their current
status.
Each strobed device then responds with its input data. Devices respond in the order of their
MAC IDs, beginning with the lowest MAC ID first. MAC IDs can be specifically assigned to
prioritize I/O reporting by the slaves.
To configure Strobed I/O Messaging for a connection, select Strobed on the Slave Properties
menu.
For input resources, specify the number of data bytes the module will send to the master. The
length for output resources is automatically set to 1 byte. The message from the Master to
the Slaves telling them to send back their inputs is a 1 byte message. It reflects the state of
the I/O bit in the strobe request message for the device: set (1) or clear (0).
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4.2.2.2.3
Configuring a Change-of-State (COS) I/O Messaging Connection
A connection configured for Change-of-State (COS) I/O Messaging is activated only when the
module sends a message to the master, reporting a change of status. The master then sends
an output message to the module and the module responds with its input data.
To configure COS Messaging for a connection, select COS on the Connection tab.
For input resources, specify the number of data bytes the module will send to the master. For
output resources, enter the number of bytes the module will consume from the master.
If Acknowledge Suppress is selected, the master will not wait for an acknowledge message
from the module.
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Configuring a Cyclic I/O Messaging Connection
In Cyclic I/O Messaging as in Polled I/O Messaging, the DeviceNet master automatically
sends a message containing outputs to a device connection configured for Cyclic update.
The module sends back a response containing input data. Like Polling, Cyclic I/O Messaging
requires 2 messages to update the I/O data for a device. Unlike Polled messaging, Cyclic
messaging can use a different interval as configured for each slave.
A Cyclic I/O connection can be used as a 'heartbeat' to provide assurance of a device's
continued operation, with a Change-of-State I/O connection to the same device used to
update its I/O state.
To configure Cyclic I/O Messaging for a connection, select Cyclic on the Slave Properties
menu.
For input resources, specify the number of data bytes the module will send to the master.
For output resources, enter the number of bytes the module will consume from the master.
If Acknowledge Suppress flag is selected, the DeviceNet master does not wait for an
acknowledge message from the module.
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4.2.2.2.5
Configuring DeviceNet Explicit Messaging
Explicit Messaging is the highest priority messaging. Explicit messaging provides access to
objects other than the default I/O connection set, and optionally creates a buffer for explicit
connection.
If Explicit Messaging should be enabled for the DeviceNet Slave Module, click on Enable
Explicit Connection on the Explicit Messages tab.
Also specify the message size. Make sure the size specified is large enough. The DeviceNet
module implements Explicit Messaging through the use of COMMREQ instructions in the
application program.
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4.3
I/O Process Image Map
An IO module may have three types of data as I/O data, configuration parameter and
memory register.
The data exchange between network adapter and IO modules is done via an I/O process
image data by Bus protocol. The following figure shows the data flow of process image
between network adapter and IO modules.
Figure 28: Data exchange between network adapter and IO modules
Status byte is set by default as not. How to set the Status byte is refer to object Model
Section
Table 28. Description of Status byte
Bit Description
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Explanation
Bus Status
00-03
0: Exchange IO data(normal
operation)
1: Stop Exchanging IO(ready
to exchange IO)
2: Bus Communication Fault
3: Slot Configuration Fault
4: No IO Module slot
Reserved
04-06
Reserved
Field Power Status
07
0: 24Vdc Field Power On
1: 24Vdc Field Power Off
(Applicable for STXDNS001)
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Input Process Image Map
Input image data depends on slot position and IO module slot data type. Input process image
data is only ordered by IO module slot position when input image mode is uncompressed
(mode 0, 2). But, when input image mode is compressed (mode 1, 3), input process image
data is ordered by IO module slot position and slot data type.
Input process image mode can be set by Bus Manager Object attribute#5.
Figure 29: Slot configuration
* After the system is reset, the new “Process Image Mode” action is applied.
Table 29: Slot number and Module Description:
Slot Address
52
Module Description
#0
DeviceNet Adapter
#1
4-discrete input
#2
8-discrete input
#3
2-analog input
#4
16-discrete input
#5
4-discrete input
#6
8-discrete input
#7
4-discrete input
#8
2-analog input
#9
16-discrete input
#10
4-discrete input
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Table 30: Input Process Image Mode#0 (Status (1byte) + Uncompressed Input Processing Data)
Byte
Bit 7
0
Field
Power
1
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Empty, Always 0
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#1)
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#2)
3
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#3)
4
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#3)
5
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#3)
6
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#3)
7
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#4)
8
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#4)
Empty, Always 0
10
11
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#5)
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#6)
Empty, Always 0
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#7)
12
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#8)
13
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#8)
14
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#8)
15
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#8)
16
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#9)
17
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#9)
18
Bit 0
Bus Status
2
9
Bit 1
Empty, Always 0
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#10)
Field Power:
0: 24Vdc Field Power On.
1: 24Vdc Field Power Off
Bus Status:
0: Normal Operation
1: Bus Standby
2: Bus Communication Fault
3: Slot Configuration Failed
4: No IO Module Slot
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Status
(1 byte)
Table 31: Input Process Image Mode#1 (Status (1 byte) + Compressed Input Processing Data)
Byte
Bit 7
0
Field
Power
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Bus Status
1
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#3)
2
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#3)
3
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#3)
4
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#3)
5
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#8)
6
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#8)
7
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#8)
8
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#8)
9
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#2)
10
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#4)
11
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#4)
12
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#6)
13
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#9)
14
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#9)
15
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#5)
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#1)
16
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#10)
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#7)
Input Assembly Priority:
1. Analog Input Data (Word type)
2. Eight or 16 points Discrete Input Data (Byte type)
3. Four points Input Data (Bit type)
4. Two points Input Data (Bit type)
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Table 32: Input Process Image Mode#2 (Uncompressed Input Processing Data without Status)
Byte
0
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Empty, Always 0
Bit 3
Bit 2
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#2)
2
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#3)
3
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#3)
4
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#3)
5
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#3)
6
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#4)
7
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#4)
Empty, Always 0
9
10
Bit 0
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#5)
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#6)
Empty, Always 0
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#7)
11
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#8)
12
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#8)
13
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#8)
14
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#8)
15
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#9)
16
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#9)
17
Bit 1
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#1)
1
8
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Empty, Always 0
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#10)
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Table 33: Input Process Image Mode#3 (Compressed Input Processing Data without Status)
Byte
Bit7
Bit6
Bit5
Bit4
Bit3
Bit2
0
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#3)
1
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#3)
2
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#3)
3
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#3)
4
Analog Input Ch0 low byte (Slot#8)
5
Analog Input Ch0 high byte (Slot#8)
6
Analog Input Ch1 low byte (Slot#8)
7
Analog Input Ch1 high byte (Slot#8)
8
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#2)
9
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#4)
10
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#4)
11
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#6)
12
Discrete Input low 8 pts (Slot#9)
13
Discrete Input high 8 pts (Slot#9)
Bit1
Bit0
14
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#5)
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#1)
15
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#10)
Discrete Input 4 pts (Slot#7)
Input Assembly Priority:
1. Analog Input Data (Word type)
2. Eight or 16 points Discrete Input Data (Byte type)
3. Four points Input Data (Bit type)
4. Two points Input Data (Bit type)
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Output Process Image Map
Output image data depends on slot position and IO module slot data type. Output process
image data is only ordered by IO module slot position when output image mode is
uncompressed (mode 0). But, when output image mode is compressed (mode 1), output
process image data is ordered by Io module slot position and slot data type.
Output process image mode can be set by Bus Manager Object attribute#6.
Figure 30: Slot configuration Example
Table 34: Slot number and module description
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Module Description
#0
DeviceNet Adapter
#1
4-discrete output
#2
8-discrete output
#3
2-analog output
#4
16-discrete output
#5
4-discrete output
#6
8-discrete output
#7
2-relay output
#8
2-relay output
#9
2-analog output
#10
16-discrete output
#11
4-discrete output
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Table 35: Input Process Image Mode#0 (Status (1byte) + Uncompressed Input Processing Data)
Byte
0
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 3
Bit 2
Discrete Output 8 pts (Slot#2)
2
Analog Output Ch0 low byte (Slot#3)
3
Analog Output Ch0 high byte (Slot#3)
4
Analog Output Ch1 low byte (Slot#3)
5
Analog Output Ch1 high byte (Slot#3)
6
Discrete Output low 8 pts (Slot#4)
7
Discrete Output high 8 pts (Slot#4)
Empty, not used
9
Bit 1
Bit 0
Discrete Output 4 pts (Slot#1)
1
8
Discrete Output 4 pts (Slot#5)
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#6)
10
Empty, not used
Discrete Output 2
pts (Slot#7)
11
Empty, not used
Discrete Output 2
pts (Slot#8)
12
Analog Output Ch0 low byte (Slot#9)
13
Analog Output Ch0 high byte (Slot#9)
14
Analog Output Ch1 low byte (Slot#9)
15
Analog Output Ch1 high byte (Slot#9)
16
Discrete Output low 8 pts (Slot#10)
17
Discrete Output high 8 pts (Slot#10)
18
58
Bit 4
Empty, not used
Empty, not used
Discrete Output 4 pts (Slot#11)
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Table 36: Output Process Image Mode#1 (Compressed Output Processing Data)
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
0
Analog Output Ch0 low byte (Slot#3)
1
Analog Output Ch0 high byte (Slot#3)
2
Analog Output Ch1 low byte (Slot#3)
3
Analog Output Ch1 high byte (Slot#3)
4
Analog Output Ch0 low byte (Slot#9)
5
Analog Output Ch0 high byte (Slot#9)
6
Analog Output Ch1 low byte (Slot#9)
7
Analog Output Ch1 high byte (Slot#9)
8
Discrete Output 8 pts (Slot#2)
9
Discrete Output low 8 pts (Slot#4)
10
Discrete Output high 8 pts (Slot#4)
11
Discrete Input 8 pts (Slot#6)
12
Discrete Output low 8 pts (Slot#10)
13
Discrete Output high 8 pts (Slot#10)
14
15
Discrete Output 4 pts (Slot#5)
Discrete Output 2
pts (Slot#8)
Discrete Output 2
pts (Slot#7)
Bit 1
Bit 0
Discrete Output 4 pts (Slot#1)
Discrete Output 4 pts (Slot#11)
Output Assembly Priority:
1. Analog Output Data (Word type)
2. Eight or 16 points Discrete Output Data (Byte type)
3. Four points Output Data (Bit type)
4. Two points Output Data (Bit type)
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5.
DeviceNet Interface
A DeviceNet node is modeled as a collection of Objects. An Object provides an abstract
representation of a particular component within a product. The realization of this abstract
object model within a product is implementation dependent. In other words, a product
internally maps this object model in a fashion specific to its implementation.
The objects and their components are addressed by a uniform addressing scheme consisting
of:
■
■
■
■
■
5.1
Media Access Control Identifier (MAC ID), an integer identification value assigned to
each node on a DeviceNet network.
Class Identifier (Class ID), an integer identification value assigned to each Object Class
accessible from the network.
Instance Identifier (Instance ID), an integer identification value assigned to an Object
Instance that identifies it among all Instances of the same Class.
Attribute Identifier (Attribute ID), an integer identification value assigned to a Class and/or
Instance Attribute.
Service Code, an integer identification value which denotes a particular Object Instance
and/or Object Class function.
Supported Objects
- Device Type Number: 0CHEX (Communications Adapter)
Table 37: Object Types
Name of Object
Type
Number of Instances
Class Code
Identity
Required
1
01HEX
Message Router
Required
1
02 HEX
DeviceNet
Required
1
03 HEX
Assembly
Required
2
04 HEX
Connection
Required
4
05 HEX
Acknowledge
Handler
Required
1
2B HEX
Bus Manager
Vendor-specific
1
70 HEX
IO Module Slot
Vendor-specific
1~32
71 HEX
Table 38: Objects Behavior, Interface
Object
60
Behavior
Interface
Identity
Device identification, reset service
Message Router
DeviceNet
Configures port attributes
Message Router
Assembly
Defines I/O data format and
concatenates configuration data
I/O Connection or Message Router
Connection
Contains the number of logical ports
into or out-of the device
Message Router
Acknowledge
Handler
Manage the reception of message
acknowledgments
Message Router
Bus Manager
Management functions for the Bus
Message Router
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Object Settings
5.2.1
Identity Object
Class Code: 01HEX
Table 39: Common Services
Service
Code
Implemented for
Service Name
Value
0: Reset Only
1: Reset and Factory Default
Class
Instance
0x05
No
Yes
Reset
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
None
Table 40: Instance Attributes
Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
Name
Data
Type
Value
1
1
Get
Vendor ID
UINT
326
2
Get
Device Type
UINT
0CHEX (Communications Adapter)
3
Get
Product Code
UINT
For STXDNS001 – 257, for
STXDNS* - refer Appendix C
4
Get
Revision
- Major
- Minor
Structure
of:
USINT
USINT
WORD
20.000
5
Get
Status
As per DeviceNet specifications.
6
Get
Serial Number
UDINT
Unique Number
7
Get
Product Name
- String Length
- ASCII String
Structure
of:
USINT
STRING
Example: STXDNS001GEIP DNet
Adapter
9
Get
CRC
UINT
EEPROM Checksum Code
100(64h)
Get
Device Fault
Code
USINT
00 HEX : Normal Operation
Bit 0: No IO Module
Bit 1: Too many IO Modules
Bit 2: Overflow I/O size
Bit 3: I/O Configuration failure
Bit 4: EEPROM Checksum fault
Bit 6: Invalid Module ID
Bit 7: Firmware fault
Vendor-specific
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Get
Firmware Code
USINT
112 : STXDNS001, 113 :
STXDNS*series
104(68h)
Get
Firmware Release
Date
UDINT
0xYYYYMMDD
ex) 0x20111205
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Message Router Object
Class Code: 02HEX
Common Services
None
Class Attributes
None
Instance Attributes
None
5.2.3
DeviceNet Object
Class Code: 03HEX
Table 41: Common Services
Service
Code
Implemented for
Service Name
Class
Instance
0x0E
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Table 42: Class Attributes
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Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
Name
Data Type
Value
0
1
Get
Revision
UINT
20, 000
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Table 43: Instance Attributes
Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
1
1
Get/Set*
MAC ID
USINT
0 ~ 63
(SET is Applicable only for
STXDNS001)
2
Get/Set**
Baud Rate
USINT
0=125K, 1=250K, 2=500K
(SET is Applicable only for
STXDNS001)
3
Get/Set
Bus off Interrupt
BOOL
faulted node recovery
4
Get
Bus-Off Counter
USINT
0 ~ 255
8
Get
MACID Switch
Value
USINT
0 ~ 99
Actual value of Rotary
Switch
Name
Data Type
Value
(Applicable only for
STXDNS001)
*
100(64h)
Get/Set
Auto-Baud Action
BOOL
0: Enabled (default)
(Not allowed to set the Baud
Rate from Network)
1: Disabled
(Allowed to set the Baud
Rate from Network)
(Applicable only for
STXDNS001)
101(65h)
Get/Set
Quick Start,
BOOL
0:Noarmal Start-up
1:Quick Start-up
111(6Fh)
Get/Set
Dip Switch Value
USINT
Actual value of Dip Switch
( Not Applicable for
STXDNS001)
The MAC ID Rotary Switch value = 0~63: Not allowed to set the MAC ID from Network.
The MAC ID Rotary Switch value = 64~99: Allowed to set the MAC ID from Network.
**
The Auto-Baud Action (attribute #100) value = 0: Not allowed to set the Baud Rate from
Network
The Auto-Baud Action (attribute #100) value = 1: Allowed to set the Baud Rate from
Network
New values will be applicable after device is restarted.
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Assembly Object
Class Code: 04HEX
Table 44: Common Services
Service
Code
Implemented for
Service Name
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
None
Input Instance Attributes
Table 45: Input/output Instance ID
5.2.5
Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
Name
100(64h)
3
Get
Input (Produced)
Process Image Data
Array n
BYTE
Input process current image
data
150(96h)
3
Set/Get
Output (Consumed)
Process Image Data
Array n
BYTE
Output process current image
data
(SET is Applicable in Explicit
Only Mode)
Data Type
Value
Connection Object
Class Code: 05HEX
Table 46: Common Services
Service
Code
Implemented for
Service Name
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
No
Set_Attribute_Single*
*Default values are set after power cycle
Class Attributes
None
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Table 47: Instance Attributes for Explicit Messaging Connection
Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
1
1
Get
state
USINT
As per
DeviceNet
specifications.
2
Get
instance_type
USINT
0: Explicit
Message
3
Get
transportClass_trigger
BYTE
83HEX
4
Get
produced_connection_id
UINT
*0x040B : MAC
ID=01,
Message group
2, Message ID
3
5
Get
consumed_connection_id
UINT
*0x040C : MAC
ID=01,
Message ID 4
6
Get
initial_comm_characteristics
BYTE
21HEX
7
Get
produced_connection_size
UINT
STXDNS001
=259 ;
STXDNS* = 44
8
Get
consumed_connection_size
UINT
STXDNS001
=259 ;
STXDNS* = 44
9
Get/Set
expected_packet_rate
UINT
2504 (default)
Timer
Resolution of
8msec(applica
ble in explicit
only mode)
12
Get/Set
watchdog_timeout_action
USINT
3 : Deferred
Delete (default)
13
Get
produced_connection_path_
length
UINT
00, 00
14
Get
produced_connection_path
Array of
USINT
Empty
15
Get
consumed_connection_path
_ length
UINT
00, 00
16
Get
consumed_connection_path
Array of
USINT
Empty
Name
Data Type
Value
*attribute 3 transport Class trigger = 0x83 → Direction=Server, Production
Trigger=IGNORED, Transport Class = 3.
This is the value assigned to this attribute within the server end-point of an Explicit
Messaging Connection
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Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
2
1
Get
State
USINT
Defined in Spec
2
Get
instance_type
USINT
1: I/O Message
3
Get
transportClass_trigger
BYTE
82HEX
4
Get
produced_connection_id
UINT
* 0x03C1 : MAC
ID=01, Message
ID=6, Unconnected
Explicit Request
Message
5
Get
consumed_connection_id
UINT
* 0x040D : MAC
ID=01, Message
ID=5, Group 2
message Identifier
6
Get
initial_comm_characteristics
BYTE
01HEX
7
Get
produced_connection_size
UINT
8
Get
consumed_connection_size
UINT
9
Get/Set
expected_packet_rate
UINT
Timer Resolution of
8msec
12
Get
watchdog_timeout_action
USINT
0: Time Out (default)
13
Get
produced_connection_path_
length
UINT
0 or 6
14
Get
produced_connection_path
Array of
USINT
15
Get
consumed_connection_path_
length
UINT
16
Get
consumed_connection_path
Array of
USINT
Name
Data
Type
Value
0 or 6
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Instance
ID
3
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Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
Name
Data
Type
Value
1
Get
state
USINT
Defined in Spec
2
Get
instance_type
USINT
1: I/O Message
3
Get
transportClass_trigger
BYTE
82HEX
4
Get
produced_connection_id
UINT
*0x0381 : MAC
ID=01, Message
ID=14, Message
group 1
5
Get
consumed_connection_id
UINT
*0X0400 : MAC ID =
00, Message ID = 0,
Message group 2
6
Get
initial_comm_characteristics
BYTE
02HEX
7
Get
produced_connection_size
UINT
0 to 8
8
Get
consumed_connection_size
UINT
8
9
Get/Set
expected_packet_rate
UINT
Timer Resolution of
8msec
12
Get
watchdog_timeout_action
USINT
0: Time Out (default)
13
Get
produced_connection_path_
length
UINT
0 or 6
14
Get
produced_connection_path
Array of
USINT
15
Get
consumed_connection_path_
length
UINT
16
Get
consumed_connection_path
Array of
USINT
0 or 6
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Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
4
1
Get
State
USINT
As per DeviceNet
specifications
2
Get
instance_type
USINT
1: I/O Message
3
Get
transportClass_trigger
BYTE
12HEX
4
Get
produced_connection_id
UINT
5
Get
consumed_connection_id
UNT
6
Get
initial_comm_characteristics
BYTE
7
Get
produced_connection_size
UINT
8
Get
consumed_connection_size
UINT
9
Get/Set
expected_packet_rate
UINT
Timer Resolution of
8msec
12
Get/Set
watchdog_timeout_action
USINT
0: Time Out (default)
13
Get
produced_connection_path_
length
UINT
0 or 6
14
Get
produced_connection_path
Array of
USINT
15
Get
consumed_connection_path_
length
UINT
4
16
Get
consumed_connection_path
Array of
USINT
20 2B 24 01
17
Get/Set
production_inhibit_time
UINT
00, 00
Name
Data Type
Value
1
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Table 51: Instance Attributes for COS I/O Connection (Unacknowledged)
5.2.6
Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
4
1
Get
State
USINT
As per DeviceNet
specifications
2
Get
instance_type
USINT
1: I/O Message
3
Get
transportClass_trigger
BYTE
10HEX
4
Get
produced_connection_id
UINT
* 0x0341 MAC ID : 01,
Message ID=13,
Message Group 1
5
Get
consumed_connection_id
UINT
0FFFFHEX
6
Get
initial_comm_characteristics
BYTE
0FHEX
7
Get
produced_connection_size
UINT
8
Get
consumed_connection_size
UINT
9
Get/Set
expected_packet_rate
UINT
Timer Resolution of
8msec
12
Get/Set
watchdog_timeout_action
USINT
0: Time Out (default)
13
Get
produced_connection_path_
length
UINT
0 or 6
14
Get
produced_connection_path
Array of
USINT
15
Get
consumed_connection_path_
length
UINT
0
16
Get
consumed_connection_path
Array of
USINT
Empty
17
Get/Set
production_inhibit_time
UINT
00, 00
Name
Data Type
Value
Acknowledge Handler Object
Class Code: 2BHEX
Table 52: Common Services
Service Code
Implemented for
Class
Service Name
Instance
0x0E
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Ox10
Yes
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single*
*Default values are set after power cycle
Class Attributes
None
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Table 53: Instance Attributes
5.2.7
Instance ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
1
1
Set
Acknowledge
Timer
UNIT
Default: 16
2
Get
Retry Limit
USINT
1
3
Get
COS Producing
Connection
Instance
UINT
4
Name
Data Type
Value
Bus Manager Object
Class Code: 70HEX
Table 54: Common Services
Service Code
Implemented for
Service Name
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
None
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Table 55: Instance Attributes
Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
Data
Type
1
1
Get
Number of Slot
USINT
2
Get
Num of Activated
Slots
USINT
3
Get
Num of Deactivated
Slots
USINT
4
Get
External IDs
Array of
33 BYTE
See Table 61and Appendix
B.
5
Get/Set*
Selection of
Produced
Connection Type
USINT
See Table 56.
Valid value range is 0,1,2,3
(default 2)
6
Get/Set*
Selection of
Consumed
Connection Type
USINT
See Table 57.
Valid value range is 0,1
(default 0)
7
Get/Set*
Slot Active Flag
DWORD
See Table 58 (applicable
only for STXDNS001)
8
Get
Slot Live List
DWORD
See Table 59.
Name
Value
9
Get
Slot Alarm List
DWORD
See Table 60.
10
Get
Bus Status
USINT
0: Normal Operation
1: Bus Standby
2: Bus Connection Fault
3: IO Module Configuration
Fault
4: No IO Module
11
Get
Input (Produced)
Byte Size
UINT
IO input byte size
12
Get
Output (Consumed)
Byte Size
UINT
IO output byte size(
*After the system is reset, the new “Set Value” action is applied.
If configuration is changed, automatically default value is set.
Table 56: Selection of Input (Produced) Process Image Mode
Selection Input Image
Mode
Description
0
Status(1byte) + Uncompressed Input Processing Data
1
Status(1byte) + Compressed Input Processing Data
2
Uncompressed Input Processing Data
3
Compressed Input Processing Data
Default
Table 57: Selection of Output (Consumed) Process Image Mode
Selection Output
Image Mode
GFK-2801
Description
0
Uncompressed Output Processing Data
1
Compressed Output Processing Data
default
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Table 58: Slot Active Flag
DWORD(32bits)
Get/Set
Decimal Bit
Description
Bit 00
Activate/Deactivate flag for slot position #1 (0:Active,
1:Decative)
Bit 01
Activate/Deactivate flag for slot position #2 (0:Active,
1:Decative)
Bit 02
Activate/Deactivate flag for slot position #3 (0:Active,
1:Decative)
.
.
.
.
.
.
Bit 30
Activate/Deactivate flag for slot position #31 (0:Active,
1:Decative)
Bit 31
Activate/Deactivate flag for slot position #32 (0:Active,
1:Decative)
Table 59: Slot Live List
DWORD(32bits)
Get
Decimal
Bit
Description
Bit 00
This bit is set (1) when slot position #1 is available to
exchange IO
Bit 01
This bit is set (1) when slot position #2 is available to
exchange IO
Bit 02
This bit is set (1) when slot position #3 is available to
exchange IO
.
.
.
.
.
.
Bit 30
This bit is set (1) when slot position #31 is available to
exchange IO
Bit 31
This bit is set (1) when slot position #32 is available to
exchange IO
Table 60: Slot Alarm List
DWORD(32bits)
Get
72
Decimal Bit
Description
Bit 00
This bit is set (1) when an error is detected in slot position #1
Bit 01
This bit is set (1) when an error is detected in slot position #2
Bit 02
This bit is set (1) when an error is detected in slot position #3
.
.
.
.
.
.
Bit 30
This bit is set (1) when an error is detected in slot position #31
Bit 31
This bit is set (1) when an error is detected in slot position #32
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Table 61: External IDs (=IO Module ID)
Byte
GFK-2801
Description
0
Network Adapter Module External ID = 0x00
1
External ID for slot position #1
2
External ID for slot position #2
3
External ID for slot position #3
4
External ID for slot position #4
5
External ID for slot position #5
6
External ID for slot position #6
7
External ID for slot position #7
8
External ID for slot position #8
9
External ID for slot position #9
10
External ID for slot position #10
11
External ID for slot position #11
12
External ID for slot position #12
13
External ID for slot position #13
14
External ID for slot position #14
15
External ID for slot position #15
16
External ID for slot position #16
17
External ID for slot position #17
18
External ID for slot position #18
19
External ID for slot position #19
20
External ID for slot position #20
21
External ID for slot position #21
22
External ID for slot position #22
23
External ID for slot position #23
24
External ID for slot position #24
25
External ID for slot position #25
26
External ID for slot position #26
27
External ID for slot position #27
28
External ID for slot position #28
29
External ID for slot position #29
30
External ID for slot position #30
31
External ID for slot position #31
32
External ID for slot position #32
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5.2.8
IO Module Slot Object
Class Code: 71HEX
Table 62: Common Services
Service
Code
Implemented for
Service Name
Class
Instance
0x0E
No
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
0x10
No
Yes
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
None
Table 63: Instance Attributes
Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
1–32
1
Get
Module External ID
USINT
See Appendix B.
2
Get
I/O Data Code
- Input Data Code
- Output Data Code
Structure
of:
USINT
USINT
See Table 64.
3
Get
Input Offset Table
- Byte Offset
- Bit Offset
Structure
of:
USINT
USINT
Byte offset in the Input
Assembly
Corresponding bit offset in the
byte
(If Input data length is zero,
then return Empty.)
4
Get
Output Offset Table
- Byte Offset
- Bit Offset
Structure
of:
USINT
USINT
Byte offset in the Output
Assembly
Corresponding bit offset in the
byte
(If Output data length is zero,
then return Empty.)
5
Get
Input Data
Array of
BYTE
Read Input data size defined
by attributes 2.
If Input data length is zero,
then return Empty.
6
Get/Set
Output Data
Array of
BYTE
Read/Write Output data size
defined by attributes 2.
If Output data length is zero,
then return Empty.(Set is
applicable in explicit only
mode)
7
Get/Set*
Active Flag
BOOL
0: This slot is activated
1: This slot is deactivated
8
Get
Configuration
Parameter Data
length
USINT
Refer to Configuration
Parameter document
9
Get/Set
R/W Configuration
Data
n Byte
Data array size defined by
attributes 8.
(Slot
Address)
74
Name
Data
Type
Value
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Instance
ID
Attribute
ID
Access
Rule
Data
Type
10
Get
Register Data Length
USINT
Refer to Configuration
Parameter document
100
Get
Product Code
4 Byte
See Table 65.
101
Get
Catalog Number
4 Byte
See Appendix B.
102
Get
Firmware Revision
Structure
of:
USINT
USINT
IO Module Firmware Revision
Name
Value
*The New values will be applicable after system is reset.
If configuration is changed, automatically default value is set.
Table 64: I/O Data Code Format
Byte#
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
+0
Input Data Type
Input Data Length
+1
Output Data
Type
Output Data Length
Bit 0
Input/output Type:
0 0: No I/O Data
0 1: Byte Data
1 0: Word Data
1 1: Bit Data
Input/output Data Length:
0 0 0 0 0 0 0: 0 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 0 0 1: 1 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 0 1 0: 2 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 0 1 1: 3 Bit/Byte/Word
…
1 1 1 1 1 1 1: 63 Bit/Byte/Word
Table 65: Product Code Format
Byte#
GFK-2801
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
+0
Connection Type
+1
Assembly Type
+2
Output Information
+3
Input Information
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
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Connection Type
Byte#
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
+0
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 1
Bit 0
Mem
IO
IO (Input/output Connection):
IO = 0: does not support Input/output Connection
IO = 1: support Input/output Connection
MEM (Memory Register Service):
MEM = 0: does not support Memory Register Service Connection
MEM = 1: support Memory Register Service Connection
Assembly Type
Byte#
+1
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Unit_Type
Bit 4
Priority
Bit 3
S
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Reserved
Unit_Type:
0 0: Not Used
0 1: Input Module
1 0: Output Module
1 1: I/O Both Modules
Priority (Input/output Data Priority for assembly):
0 0: Priority 0 (low)
usually it is used by Byte/Bit Type Discrete module.
0 1: Priority 1
1 0: Priority 2
- usually it is used by Analog I/O module.
1 1: Priority 3 (high)
S (Status for DeviceNet Slot Diagnostic):
0: No Status
1: Support Word Input Diagnostic (0x8000 = -32678)
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Input/ Output Information
Byte#
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
+2
Data_Type
Data_Length
Output Information
+3
Data_Type
Data_Length
Input Information
Data_Type:
0 0 : Byte Data
0 1 : Word Data
1 0 : Bit Data
1 1 : have no Input or Output Data
Data_Length:
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : 1 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 : 2 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 : 3 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 0 1 1 : 4 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 : 5 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 1 0 1 : 6 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 : 7 Bit/Byte/Word
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 : 8 Byte/Word
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 : 9 Byte/Word
…
1 1 1 1 1 1 0 : 63 Byte/Word
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 64 Byte/Word
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Appendix A. Diagnostics
A.
Diagnostics
A.1
How to Diagnose when Device Cannot Communicate with the Network
■
■
Verify that cable connections are correct.
Verify that proper terminator resistors are installed. Check location of terminator resistor.
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




78
Ensure there are no duplicate node addresses.
Check configuration of master for port settings, time out, data size etc.
Power cycle the network adapter to ensure applicability of correct baud rate, parity,
byte formats, IO configuration parameters, Input and Output process image modes.
Check system power & field power connections. Ensure separate power sources are
used for system power and Field power. Ensure Network adapter or system power
modules are not over loaded.
Ensure ground cable connections.
Ensure environment factors are within the limits.
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B.
Product List
Table 66: Product List
STNumber
Description
ID(hex)
Production
Status
Digital Input Modules
ST-1114
4 Points, Sink(Positive), 5Vdc
41 00 01
Active
ST-1124
4 Points, Source(Negative), 5Vdc
41 00 02
Active
ST-1214
4 Points, Sink(Positive), 12V/24Vdc
41 00 03
Active
ST-1218
8 Points, Sink(Positive), 12V/24Vdc
41 00 07
Active
ST-121F
16 Points, Sink(Positive), 12V/24Vdc
41 01 13
Active
ST-1224
4 Points, Source(Negative), 12V/24Vdc
41 00 04
Active
ST-1228
8 Points, Source(Negative), 12V/24Vdc
41 00 08
Active
ST-122F
16 Points, Source(Negative), 12V/24Vdc
41 01 14
Active
ST-1314
4 Points, Sink(Positive), 48Vdc
41 00 05
Active
ST-131F
16 Points, Sink(Positive), 48Vdc
41 01 17
Active
ST-1324
4 Points, Source(Negative), 48Vdc
41 00 06
Active
ST-1804
4 Points, 110Vac,
41 00 09
Active
ST-1904
4 Points, 220Vac,
41 00 0A
Active
Digital Output Modules
ST-2114
4 Points TTL Inverting, 5Vdc/20mA,
81 00 0D
Active
ST-2124
4 Points TTL Non-Inverting, 5Vdc/20mA,
81 00 0F
Active
ST-221F
16 Points Sink(Negative Logic), 24Vdc/0.5A,
81 01 15
Active
ST-222F
16 Points Source(Positive Logic), 24Vdc/0.5A,
81 01 16
Active
ST-2314
4 Points Sink(Negative Logic), 24Vdc/0.5A,
81 00 0E
Active
ST-2318
8 Points Sink(Negative Logic), 24Vdc/0.5A,
81 00 11
Active
ST-2324
4 Points Source(Positive Logic), 24Vdc/0.5A,
81 00 10
Active
ST-2328
8 Points Source(Positive Logic), 24Vdc/0.5A,
81 00 12
Active
ST-2414
4 Points Sink(Negative Logic), 24Vdc/0.5A,
Diagnostics
81 00 08
Active
ST-2424
4 Points Source(Positive Logic),24Vdc/0.5A,
Diagnostics
C1 00 00 38
Active
ST-2514
4 Points Sink(Negative Logic), 24Vdc/2A,
Diagnostics
C1 00 00 35
Active
ST-2524
4 Points Source(Positive Logic), 24Vdc/2A,
Diagnostics
C1 00 00 36
Active
ST-2742
2 Points, 230Vac/2A, 24Vdc/2A, Relay
81 00 0B
Active
ST-2744
4 Points, 230Vac/2A, 24Vdc/2A, Relay
81 00 51
Active
ST-2748
8 Points, 230Vac/2A, 24Vdc/2A, Relay
81 00 50
Active
ST-2792
2 Points, 230Vac/2A, 24Vdc/2A, Relay,
Manual/Auto
C1 00 01 BE
Under Development
ST-2852
2 Points, 12~125Vac/0.5A, Triac
81 00 0C
Active
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STNumber
Description
ID(hex)
Production
Status
Analog Input Modules
ST-3114
4 Channels, Current, 0~20mA, 12bit
41 43 1C
Active
ST-3118
8 Channels, Current, 0~20mA, 12bit
41 47 82
Active
ST-3134
4 Channels, Current, 0~20mA, 14bit
41 43 1E
Active
ST-3214
4 Channels, Current, 4~20mA, 12bit
41 43 1D
Active
ST-3218
8 Channels, Current, 4~20mA, 12bit
41 47 83
Active
ST-3234
4 Channels, Current, 4~20mA, 14bit
41 43 1F
Active
ST-3274
4 Channels, Current, 4~20mA, 12bit, Sensor
Connector
41 43 A3
Under Development
ST-3424
4 Channels, Voltage, 0~10Vdc, 12bit
41 43 20
Active
ST-3428
8 Channels, Voltage, 0~10Vdc, 12bit
41 47 22
Active
ST-3444
4 Channels, Voltage, 0~10Vdc, 14bit
41 43 22
Active
ST-3524
4 Channels, Voltage, -10Vdc~10Vdc, 12bit
41 43 21
Active
ST-3544
4 Channels, Voltage, -10Vdc~10Vdc, 14bit
41 43 23
Active
ST-3624
4 Channels, Voltage, 0~5Vdc, 12bit
41 43 24
Active
ST-3644
4 Channels, Voltage, 0~5Vdc, 14bit
41 43 25
Active
ST-3702
2 Channels, RTD, Status
41 41 28
Active
ST-3704
4 Channels, RTD, Status
41 43 64
Active
ST-3708
8 Channels, RTD, Status
41 47 65
Active
ST-3802
2 Channels, TC
41 41 2A
Active
ST-3804
4 Channels, TC
41 43 66
Active
ST-3808
8 Channels, TC
41 47 67
Active
Analog Output Modules
ST-4112
2 Channels, Current, 0~20mA, 12bit
81 41 2C
Active
ST-4114
4 Channels, Current, 0~20mA, 12bit
81 43 6D
Active
ST-4212
2 Channels, Current, 4~20mA, 12bit
81 41 2D
Active
ST-4214
4 Channels, Current, 4~20mA, 12bit
81 43 6E
Active
ST-4274
4 Channels, Current, 4~20mA, 12bit, Sensor
Connector
81 43 B3
Under Development
ST-4422
2 Channels, Voltage, 0~10Vdc, 12bit
81 41 2E
Active
ST-4424
4 Channels, Voltage, 0~10Vdc, 12bit
81 43 6A
Active
ST-4474
4 Channels, Voltage, 0~10Vdc, 12bit, Sensor
Connector
81 43 B0
Under Development
ST-4491
1 Channel, Voltage, 0~10Vdc, 12bit, Manual
Type
C1 40 41 BF
Active
ST-4522
2 Channels, Voltage, -10~10Vdc, 12bit
81 41 2F
Active
ST-4622
2 Channels, Voltage, 0~5Vdc, 12bit
81 41 30
Active
ST-4911
1 Channel, Current, 0~1A, 12bit
81 40 31
Active
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Appendix B. Product List
STNumber
Description
ID(hex)
Production
Status
Special Modules
ST-5101
1 Channel, High Speed Counter, 5V Input
C1 01 05 34
Active
ST-5111
1 Channel, High Speed Counter, 24V Input
C1 01 05 39
Active
ST-5112
2 Channel, High Speed Counter, 24V Sink
Input
C1 01 07 4D
ST-5114
4 Channel, High Speed Counter, 24V Sink
Input
C1 03 0F 4C
ST-5211
RS232 Communication, 1Channel, RTS/CTS
Flow Control
C1 05 05 42
ST-5212
RS232 Communication, 2Channel
C1 0B 0B 43
Active
ST-5221
RS422 Communication, 1Channel
C1 05 05 44
Active
ST-5231
RS485 Communication, 1Channel
C1 05 05 45
Active
ST-5232
RS485 Communication, 2Channel
C1 0B 0B 46
Active
ST-5252
RS2-2 Communication, 2 Channel
Under Development
ST-5272
RS-485 Communication, 2 Channel
Under Development
ST-5351
SSI Interface 1CH
C1 01 09 9E
Active
ST-5422
2 CH PWM output, 1.5A/24Vdc, source
C1 05 01 57
Active
ST-5442
2 CH PWM output, 0.5A/24Vdc, source
C1 05 01 56
Active
ST-5444
4 CH PWM output, 0.5A/24Vdc, source
C1 0B 03 54
Active
ST-5641
1 CH Pulse output, 0.5A/24Vdc, source
C1 05 03 92
Active
ST-5642
2 CH Pulse output, 0.5A/24Vdc, source
C1 09 07 90
Active
ST-5651
1 CH Pulse output, RS422
C1 05 03 98
Active
Active
Active
Active
Power Modules
ST-7408
8 Channels, Shield, ID Type
02 00 E4
Active
ST-7508
8 Channels, Common, 0Vdc, ID Type
02 00 E5
Active
ST-7511
1 Channel, Expansion Power, Input 24Vdc,
Output 1.0A/5Vdc, ID Type
02 00 E0
ST-7518
8 Channels, Common, 24Vdc, ID Type
02 00 E6
ST-7588
8 Channels, Common, 0Vdc and 24Vdc, ID
Type
02 00 E7
ST-7641
1 Channel, Field Distributor, 5Vdc~48Vdc,
110Vac~220Vac, ID Type
02 00 E2
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Active
Active
Active
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Appendix C. Product Codes
C.
Product Codes
Table 67: Product codes
Catalog No.
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Description
Product
Code
Common
Type
Input/output
Size (Byte)
STXDNS032
32 point Positive Logic Input
0x2111
In : 4
STXDNS132
32 point Negative Logic Input
0x2112
In : 4
STXDNS232
32 point Negative Logic Output
0x2121
Out : 4
STXDNS332
32 point Positive Logic Output
0x2122
Out : 4
STXDNS016
16 relay output
0x2133
4Pt/1Com
Out : 2
STXDNS116
16 relay output isolated
0x2155
1Pt/1Com
Out : 2
STXDNS432
16 Positive Logic input/16 Positive Logic output
0x2134
In : 2
Out : 2
STXDNS532
16 Negative Logic input /16 Negative Logic output
0x2125
In : 2
Out : 2
STXDNS824
16 Positive Logic input /16 relay out
0x2136
4Pt/1Com
In : 2
Out : 1
STXDNS924
16 Negative Logic input /16 relay out
0x2137
4Pt/1Com
In : 2
Out : 1
STXDNS825
16 Positive Logic input /16 relay out isolated
0x2156
1Pt/1Com
In : 2
Out : 1
STXDNS925
16 Negative Logic input /16 relay out isolated
0x2157
1Pt/1Com
In : 2
Out : 1
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Appendix D. Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for Conformance
D.
Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for Conformance
This appendix describes the compliance markings and standards to which the RSTi products
have been certified.
D.1
Important Notes
Solid state equipment has operational characteristics differing from those of
electromechanical equipment.
Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation and Maintenance of Solid State Controls
describes some important differences between solid state equipment and hard-wired
electromechanical devices.
Because of this difference, and also because of the wide variety of uses for solid state
equipment, all persons responsible for applying this equipment must ensure that each
intended application of this equipment is acceptable.
In no event will GE be responsible or liable for indirect or consequential damages resulting
from the use or application of this equipment.
The examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative purposes.
Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any particular installation,
GE cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and
diagrams.
D.2
Safety Notes
Warning
The modules are equipped with electronic components that may be destroyed by electrostatic
discharge. When handling the modules, ensure that the environment (persons, workplace and
packing) is well grounded. Avoid touching conductive components, for example, RSTi Bus Pin.
D.3
Certifications
CULUS
Listed Industrial Control Equipment, certified for U.S. and Canada
See UL File E105285
CE Mark
EN 61000-6-2:2005; Industrial Immunity
EN 61000-6-4:2007; Industrial Emissions
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Appendix D. Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for Conformance
D.4
Government Regulations
U.S., Canadian, Australian, and European regulations are intended to prevent equipment
from interfering with approved transmissions or with the operation of other equipment through
the AC power source.
The PACSystems RSTi family of products has been tested and found to meet or exceed the
requirements of U.S. (47 CFR 15), Canadian (ICES-003), Australian (AS/NZS 3548), and
European (EN 61000-6-4:2007) regulations for Class A digital devices when installed in
accordance with the guidelines noted in this manual. These various regulations share
commonality in content and test levels with that of CISPR 22 and based on this commonality
testing to the each individual standard was deemed inappropriate.
The FCC requires the following note to be published according to FCC guidelines:
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Industry Canada requires the following note to be published:
Note:
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This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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Appendix D. Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for Conformance
D.5
Environmental Specifications
D.5.1
DeviceNet STXDNS001
Table 68: Environmental specifications for STXDNS001
Items
D.5.2
Specification
Operating Temperature
-20℃ to 55℃ for UL applications : -20℃ to 60℃ for non-UL
applications
Storage Temperature
Storage -40℃ to 85℃
Relative Humidity
90% Non-condensing
Protection Class
IP20
Mounting
DIN Rail
DeviceNet STXDNS*
Table 69: Environmental specifications for STXDNS*
Items
Specification
Operating Temperature
0℃ to 55℃ for UL applications ; 0℃ to 60℃ for non-UL
applications
Non-Operating Temperature
Storage -40℃ to 85℃
Relative Humidity
90% Non-condensing
Protection Class
IP20
Mounting
DIN Rail
STXDNS* : STXDNS032/132/232/332/432/532/016/116/824/924/825/925
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Appendix D. Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines for Conformance
D.6
Abbreviations
Table 70: Abbreviations
Items
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Description
ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Check
EEPROM
Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
ESD
Electrostatic discharge
FG
Frame Ground
GND
Ground
I/O
Input/ Output
LRC
Longitudinal Redundancy Check
MAC
Media Access Control
PDU
Power Drive Unit
TC
Thermocouple
RTD
Resistance Temperature Detector
RTU
Remote terminal unit
RXD
Received data
TXD
Transmit data
TCP/IP
Transfer control protocol / Internet protocol
ARP
Address resolution protocol
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Index
Certifications, 83
Communication, 14
Configuration, 43
Dimension, 36
Dimensions
STXDNS* Dimension, 36
Environmental, 85
Environmental specifications
STXDNS*, 85
STXDSN001, 85
FCC notice, 84
Features of STXDNS*, 16
Features of STXDNS001, 16
Government regulations, 84
How to diagnose, 78
How to mount on DIN Rail, 11
I/O Process Image Map, 51
Important notes, 83
Installing (plugging in) and removing
Components, 13
Interface, 17
Internal Bus/Field Power Contacts, 14
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LED Indicators, 34
Network Status LED, 34
List of RSTi Network adapters, 9
MODBUS Module Configuration, 43
Module Mounting, 11
How to dismount from DIN Rail, 12
PACSystem Documentation, 9
Regulations, 84
RFI standards, 84
RSTi Bus Pin Description, 14
RSTi Bus System, 15
Safety Notes, 83
Specifications
environmental, 85
STXDNS*
Specification, 32
STXDNS016
Interface and Data, 24
STXDNS032
Interface and Data, 19
Technical Support, 3
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