USER'S MANUAL Profibus DP Fieldbus Option Board SV9000 AF

USER'S MANUAL Profibus DP Fieldbus Option Board SV9000 AF
USER'S MANUAL
Profibus DP
Fieldbus
Option Board
SV9000
AF Drive
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INDEX
1. GENERAL ........................................................................................................................................................... 3
2. SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................. 4
2.1 General........................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.2 Profibus cable................................................................................................................................................. 5
3. PROFIBUS DP .................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1 General........................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 Profiles............................................................................................................................................................ 6
4. INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................. 7
5. CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 9
5.1 Board layout ................................................................................................................................................... 9
5.2 Profibus connections ...................................................................................................................................... 9
5.3 I/O-control connections ................................................................................................................................ 10
6. COMMISSIONING ............................................................................................................................................ 11
7. PROFIBUS SV9000 INTERFACE..................................................................................................................... 12
7.1 General......................................................................................................................................................... 12
7.2 PPO-types .................................................................................................................................................... 12
7.3 Process Data................................................................................................................................................ 15
7.3.1 Control Word ........................................................................................................................................ 16
7.3.2 Status Word ......................................................................................................................................... 16
7.3.3 State Machine ...................................................................................................................................... 17
7.3.4 Speed Reference ................................................................................................................................. 18
7.3.5 Actual Value ......................................................................................................................................... 18
7.3.6 PD1-PD4 .............................................................................................................................................. 18
7.4 Parameter Data ............................................................................................................................................ 19
7.4.1 Actual Values ....................................................................................................................................... 19
7.4.2 Parameter Read and Write .................................................................................................................. 20
7.4.3 Fault Code............................................................................................................................................ 20
8. FAULT TRACKING .......................................................................................................................................... 21
9. TYPE FILES ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
9.1 GSD-file ........................................................................................................................................................ 22
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1.
GENERAL
SV9000 drives can be connected to the Profibus DP using the SV9NCPB fieldbus board. The drive can
then be controlled, monitored and programmed from the Host system.
The fieldbus board can also extend the used I/O:
x 4 digital inputs (standard signals)
x 4 digital outputs (2 standard signal)
x 1 relay output (standard signal)
x thermistor input (can be directly connected to the motor thermistors for overtemperature trip)
x Encoder input
The fieldbus board can be installed in the existing option board location inside the drive. For the
Compact Nema 1 range the option kit SV9NCPBCN is needed.
The control connections are isolated from the utility potential and the I/O ground is connected to the
frame of the device via a 1 M: resistor and 4.7 nF capacitor *. The control I/O ground can be connected
also directly to the frame by changing the position of the jumper X9 (GND ON/OFF) to ON-position.
Digital inputs are also isolated from the I/O ground.
NOTE !
Internal components and circuit boards (except the isolated I/O terminals) are at utility
potential when the drive is connected to the utility. This voltage is extremely dangerous and
may cause death or severe injury if you come in contact with it.
The control I/O terminals are isolated from the utility potential, but the I/O’s (if jumper X9 is in
OFF position) may have a dangerous voltage connected even if the power is off on the drive.
* Default value (X9 is GND OFF position)
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2.
SPECIFICATIONS
2.1
General
Profibus DP -
Interface
9-pin DSUB connector (female)
connections
Transfer method
RS-485, Half duplex
Transfer cable
Twisted pair (1 pair and shield)
Electrical isolation
500 V DC
I/O -control
Digital input (4 pcs)
24 V: “0” d10 V, “1” t18 V, Ri = 5 k:
connections
Digital output (4 pcs)
Open collector output, 50 mA/48 V
Relay output (1 pcs)
Max.switching voltage:
Max.switching load:
Termistor input (1 pcs)
Encoder input (3 pcs)
Max.continuous load:
Rtrip = 4.7 k:
300 V DC, 250 V AC
8 A / 24 V DC
0,4 A / 300 V AV
2 kVA / 250 V DC
2 A rms
24 V: “0” d10 V, “1” t18 V, Ri = 3.3 k:
5 V : “0” d2 V, “1” t3 V, Ri = 330 :
24 V (r20%), max 50 mA
Aux. voltage
Fulfils EN50178 standard
Safety
Profibus DP
Communication mode
1
2
3
4
PPO types
Communication parameters
- Address
- Baud Rate
1 to 127
9.6 kBaud to 12 MBaud
Table 2-1. Profibus communication data
2.2
Profibus cable
Profibus devices are connected in a bus structure. Up to 32 stations (master or slaves) can be
connected in one segment. The bus is terminated by an active bus terminator at the beginning and end
of each segment (see figure 2-1). To ensure error-free operation, both bus terminations must always be
powered. When more than 32 stations are used, repeaters (line amplifiers) must be used to connect the
individual bus segments.
The maximum cable length depends on the transmission speed and cable type (see table 2-4). The
specified cable length can be increased by the use of repeaters. The use of more than 3 repeaters in
series is not recommended.
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Parameter
Impedance
Capacity
Resistance
Wire gauge
Conductor area
Line A
135 ... 165 :
(3 to 20 MHz)
< 30 pF/m
< 110 : / km
> 0,64 mm
2
> 0,34 mm
Line B
100 ... 130 :
( f > 100kHz)
< 60 pF/m
> 0,53 mm
2
> 0,22 mm
Table 2-1 Line Parameter
Baud rate (kbit/s)
Length line A (m)
Length line B (m)
9.6
1200
1200
19.2
1200
1200
93.75
1200
1200
187.5
1000
600
500
400
200
1500
200
-
3000-12000
100
-
Table 2-2 Line length for different transmission speeds
Following cables can be used (e.g):
Belden
Profibus Data Cable
Olflex
Profibus Cable
Siemens
SINEC L2 LAN cable for Profibus
3079A
21702xx
6XV1 830-0AH10
VP (6)
Station 2
Station 1
390 :
(3) RxD/TxD-P
RxD/TxD-P (3)
Data Line
(5) DGND
DGND (5)
220 :
(6) VP
VP (6)
(8) RxD/TxD-N
RxD/TxD-N (8)
Shielding
Protective
ground
RxD/TxD-P (3)
Data Line
RxD/TxD-N (8)
390 :
Protective
ground
Cabling
DGND (5)
Bus Termination
Figure 2-1 Cabling and bus termination
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3.
PROFIBUS DP
3.1
General
PROFIBUS is a vendor-independent, open fieldbus standard for a wide range of applications in
manufacturing, process and building automation. Vendor independence and openness are guaranteed
by the PROFIBUS standard EN 50 170. With PROFIBUS, devices of different manufacturers can
communicate without special interface adjustments. PROFIBUS can be used for both high-speed time
critical data transmission and extensive complex communication tasks. The PROFIBUS family consists
of three compatible versions.
PROFIBUS-DP
Optimized for high speed and inexpensive hookup, this PROFIBUS version is designed
especially for communication between automation control systems and distributed I/O at the
device level. PROFIBUS-DP can be used to replace parallel signal transmission with 24 V or 0
to 20 mA.
PROFIBUS-PA
PROFIBUS-PA is designed especially for process automation. It permits sensors and actuators
to be connected on one common bus line even in intrinsically safe areas. PROFIBUS-PA
permits data communication and power over the bus using a 2-wire technology according to the
international standard IEC 1158-2.
PROFIBUS-FMS
PROFIBUS-FMS is the general-purpose solution for communication tasks at the cell level.
Powerful FMS services open up a wide range of applications and provide great flexibility.
PROFIBUS-FMS can also be used for extensive and complex communication tasks.
PROFIBUS specifies the technical and functional characteristics of a serial fieldbus system with which
decentralized digital controllers can be networked together from the field level to the cell level.
PROFIBUS distinguishes between master devices and slave devices.
Master devices determine the data communication on the bus. A master can send messages without an
external request when it holds the bus access rights (the token). Masters are also called active stations
in the PROFIBUS protocol.
Slave devices are peripheral devices. Typical slave devices include input/output devices, valves, drives
and measuring transmitters. They do not have bus access rights and they can only acknowledge
received messages or send messages to the master when requested to do so. Slaves are also called
passive stations.
3.2
Profiles
The PROFIBUS-DP protocol defines how user data are to be transmitted between the stations over the
bus. User data are not evaluated by the PROFIBUS-DP transmission protocol. The meaning is specified
in the profiles. In addition, the profiles specify how PROFIBUS-DP is to be used in the application area.
The following PROFIBUS-DP profile is used in SV9000 Profibus fieldbus board.
Variable-Speed Drive Profile (3.071)
Leading manufacturers of drive technology have jointly defined the PROFIDRIVE profile. The profile
specifies how the drives are to be parameterized and how the setpoints and actual values are to be
transmitted. This enables drives from different vendors to be exchanged. The profile contains the
necessary specifications for speed control and positioning. It specifies the basic drive functions while
leaving sufficient freedom for application-specific expansions and further developments. The profile
describes the mapping of the application functions for DP or FMS.
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4.
INSTALLATION
Before starting the installation, carefully read the safety instructions in the " SV9000 Drive User's
Manual" chapter “SAFETY”. Check that you have received all the Fieldbus board parts: Fieldbus board,
plastic board, power cable (black terminal), data cable (blue terminal) and grounding screw.
The fieldbus board can be placed in the existing place for an option board inside the drive (see figure 41).
A
Remove the control panel and the jumper X4 from the control board (1).
B
Connect the power cable to control board terminal X5 (2) and the data cable to terminal X14
(3). The power cable can also be connected to terminal X6, if the power cable from the
power board is connected to terminal X5.
C
Bend the data cable into an "S-curve" as far as possible from the power board transformer
(4) before you place the plastic board onto the control board.
D
Remove the protection foil of the plastic board and mount the plastic board on the control
board. Check the right position of the plastic board (5).
E
Place the Fieldbus board above the plastic board by the larger holes and push it downward
so that the narrow part of the hole in the board fits the cut on the sleeve. Check that the
installation is stable. If you have difficulties in placing the plastic board and Fieldbus board,
slightly bend regulator A4 (6) and capacitor C59 (7) of the control board.
F
Connect the power cable to terminal X6 of the Fieldbus board (8) and the data cable to
terminal X14 (9).
G
Install the jumper you removed from terminal X4 of the control board, on the X9 -terminal of
the Fieldbus board (10) in the ON or OFF position.
H
If the packet includes the cable cover (11), install it into position as shown in figure 4-1.
I
Install the grounding screw (12).
J
After this install the control panel and connect the needed control signals.
K
If a 5 V encoder input is used, install the jumper on terminal X7 (see figure 5-1) of the
Fieldbus board.
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11
12
9
Fieldbus board
10
8
4
Plastic board
5
6
Control board
3
2
1
7
Figure 4-1. Fieldbus board installed into the control board
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5.
CONNECTIONS
5.1
Board layout
Terminals:
X1
X15
X10
H1
X1
X10
X3
X7
X4
X15
I/O - terminals
Digital Output terminal
Digital Output terminal
Relay Output terminal
thermistor input
Encoder terminal
X5
Screw terminal to Profibus DP
X9
Connection of control I/O ground:
ON - Directly to the frame of the
device
OFF- To the frame of the
device via RC filter
X17
Connection of control Fieldbus cable
shield:
ON - Directly to the frame of the
device
OFF- To the frame of the
device via RC filter
X3
X5
X7
H3
X4
Figure 5-1. Fieldbus board
Diagnostic LED:
H1
H3
5.2
Data Exchange state for Profibus DP, Red
H1 led is active when Fieldbus board is not ready to exchange data
Supply Voltage, Green.
H3 led is active if the Fieldbus board has a supply voltage.
Profibus connections
Screw Connector X5:
Signal
Shield
VP
RxD/TxD-P
RxD/TxD-N
DGND
Connector X5
X5-241
X5-242
X5-243
X5-244
X5-245
Table 5-1. D-sub connector
Description
Cable shield
Supply voltage of the terminating resistance
Receive/Transmission data positive (B)
Receive/Transmission data negative (A)
Data Ground
Termination for
the last node
390 :
220 :
390 :
Note! If the SV9000 is the last device then the bus termination must be set. Install the resistors to the
screw terminal (see table 5-1)
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5.3
I/O-control connections
Terminal
206 +24 V
207 GND
208 COME
209 DIE1
Signal
Control voltage output
I/O ground
Common for DIE1-DIE4
Programmable:
External fault
Description
Voltage for switches, etc. max. 0.05 A
Ground for reference and controls
Connect to GND or +24 V
Contact open = no fault
Contact closed = fault
OR
Encoder
Signal from
motor termistor
Select of Active Control
Source
Run disable
210
DIE2
211
DIE3
212
DIE4
Acceler. / Decel. time
selection
Jogging speed selection
DIE6A+
DIE6ADIE7B+
DIE7BDOE1
DOE2
Pulse input A
(differential input)
Pulse input B
(differential input)
Encoder direction output
Encoder divider 1/64 output
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
225
226
231
232
233
234
Contact open = SV9000 IO-terminal
Contact closed = Fieldbus
Contact open = start of motor
enabled
Contact closed = start of motor
disabled
Contact open = time 1 selected
Contact closed = time 2 selected
Contact open = no action
Contact closed = jogging speed
Not Used
90 degrees phase shift compared
to pulse input A
Not Used
TI+
TIRO4/1
RO4/2
DOE3
GND
DOE4
GND
Termistor input
Relay output 4, FAULT
Open collector output 3
I/O ground
Open collector output 4
I/O ground
READY
Ground for reference and controls
RUN
Ground for reference and controls
Figure 5-2. Control connections
NOTE! Thermistor input (Terminals 221 and 222) must be shorted if not used
READY = ON, when the utility voltage has been applied and the SV9000 is ready to operate
RUN = ON, when the motor is running
FAULT = ON, if a fault occurs
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6.
COMMISSIONING
First read how to commission the drive in the SV9000 Drive User's Manual (Chapter 8.)
Commissioning of the Fieldbus board:
Check that Fieldbus Application is selected.
- Parameter P0.1 = 0 (Fieldbus Appl)
Start-up test:
DRIVE APPLICATION
1. Check that the control panel is not the active control source.
(See SV9000 Drive User's manual, Chapter 7.)
2. Set parameter Fieldbus control (P9.1) to value 1 (On).
MASTER SOFTWARE
1. Write to Control Word value 0hex.
2. Write to Control Word value 47Fhex.
3. Drive status is RUN
4. Write to Reference value 5000 (=50,00%).
5. Actual is 5000 and drive output frequency is 25,00 Hz
6. Write to Control Word value 7Dhex.
7. Drive status is STOP
If Status Word bit 3 = 1 Status of drive is FAULT.
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7.
PROFIBUS SV9000 INTERFACE
Features of the Profibus SV9000 interface:
x Direct control of SV9000 ( e.g. Run, Stop, Direction, Speed reference, Fault reset)
x Full access to all SV9000 parameters
x Monitor SV9000 status (e.g. Output frequency, Output current, Fault code ..)
7.1
General
Data transfer between Profibus DP master and slave takes place via the Input/Output data field. The
master writes to slave’s Output data and the slave answers by sending the contents of its Input data to
the master. The contents of Input /Output data is defined in the device profile, PROFIDRIVE is the
device profile for drives.
The SV9000 drive can be controlled by the Profibus DP master using PPO-types defined in
PROFIDRIVE (see next chapter). When fieldbus has been selected as the drive’s active control source,
the drive’s operation can be controlled from the Profibus DP master. Whether or not the active control
source is the fieldbus the drive can be monitored and the Profibus DP master can set its parameters.
7.2
PPO-types
PPOs (Parameter/Process Data Object) are communication objects in PROFIBUS DP. PPOs in
SV9000:
Parameter Field
ID
IND
Process Data Field
VALUE
CW
REF
SW
ACT
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PPO1
PPO2
PPO3
PPO4
Byte
ID
Parameter type and number
IND
Parameter subindex
VALUE
Parameter value
CW
Control Word
SW
Status Word
REF
Reference Value
ACT
Actual Value
PD
Process Data
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ID
ID byte1
15
ID byte2
14
13
12
Request/Response type
SM:
11
10
9
8
SM
Parameter Number
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Spontaneous bit (not used)
Request/Response types
Request
Function
Response
Function
0
No request
0
No response
1
Read parameter value (word)
1
Parameter value ready (word)
2
Write parameter value (word)
7
Request rejected (+fault code)
Fault Number (if response = 7)
Fault Number
Description
0
Illegal Parameter
1
Parameter is read only ( e.g. actual values)
2
Parameter value is out of limits
17
Request temporary reject (e.g. can be change only STOP state)
18
Other fault
101
Unknown request type
Example1, (PPO1 mode):
Read parameter number 102 (Par 1.2).
Start drive and set speed reference 50,00%.
Command Master - Slave:
ID
1066 hex
1 - Read parameter value
066 - Parameter 102 (= Maximum frequency )
IND
VALUE
0000 hex
0000 - No meaning
0000 0000 hex
0000 - No meaning
CW
047F hex
04 7F- Start command (see chapter control word and state machine)
REF
1388 hex
Speed ref. 50,00% (= 25,00 Hz if parameter min. frequency 0 Hz and
max. frequency 50 Hz)
PPO1 frame:
10
66
00
00
00
00
00
00
04
7F
13
88
Answer Slave - Master:
ID
1066 hex
1 - Parameter value ready
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066 - Parameter 102 (= Maximum frequency )
IND
0000 hex
VALUE
0000 0032 hex
0000 - No meaning
0000 0032 - Parameter value = 32hex ( 50 Hz)
SW
0000 hex
0000 - drive status (see chapter status word and state machine)
ACT
0000 hex
Current speed 0,00% (= 0,00 Hz if parameter min. frequency is 0 Hz
and max. frequency 50 Hz)
PPO1 frame:
10
66
00
00
00
00
00
32
00
00
00
00
Example 2, (PPO1 mode):
Write to parameter number 701 (Par 7.1) value 2.
Keep Run mode on and Send speed reference 75,00%.
Command Master - Slave:
ID
22BD hex
2 - Write parameter value
2BD - Parameter 701 (= Response to reference fault )
IND
0000 hex
VALUE
0000 0002 hex
0000 - No meaning
0000 0002 - Parameter value
CW
047F hex
04 7F- Start command (see chapter control word and state machine)
REF
1D4C hex
Speed ref. 75,00% (= 37,50 Hz if parameter min. frequency is 0 Hz
and max. frequency 50 Hz)
PPO1 frame:
12
BD
00
00
00
00
00
02
04
7F
1D
4C
Answer Slave - Master:
ID
12BD hex
10 - Parameter value ready
2BD - Parameter 701 (= Response to reference fault )
IND
0000 hex
VALUE
0000 0032 hex
0000 - No meaning
0000 0032 - Parameter value = 32HEX ( 50 Hz)
SW
0337 hex
0337- drive status (see chapter status word and state machine)
ACT
09C4 hex
Current speed 25,00% (= 12,50 Hz if parameter min. frequency is 0
Hz and max. frequency 50 Hz)
PPO1 frame:
12
7.3
BD
00
00
00
00
00
00
03
37
09
C4
Process Data
Direct control of SV9000 (e.g. Run, Stop, Direction, Speed reference, Fault reset) and drive status (e.g.
Output frequency, Output current, Fault code..) can be handled by using PPO types 1 to 4.
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P
R
O
F
I
B
U
S
Fieldbus Board
SV9000
PROCESS DATA
Output
Control Word
Reference
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
Parameters
Variables
Active Fault Code
D
P
RUN/STOP
DIRECTION
FAULT RESET
M
A
S
T
E
R
Frequency Reference
(Frequency Reference 2)
Input
Status Word
Actual Value
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
CONTROL SOURCE
READY STATE
RUN STATE
DIRECTION STATE
FAULT STATE
Output Frequency
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7.3.1
Control Word
The Control command for the state machine (see figure 7.1). The state machine describes the device
status and the possible control sequence of the drive.
The control word is composed of 16 bits that have the following meanings:
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
7.3.2
Description
Value = 0
STOP 1 (by ramp)
STOP 2 (by coast)
STOP 3 (by ramp)
RUN DISABLE
No Action
No Action
No Action
No Action
No Action
No Action
Disable Profibus control
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Value = 1
ON 1
ON 2
ON 3
ENABLE
START
START
START
FAULT RESET (0 -> 1)
No Action
No Action
Enable Profibus control
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Status Word
Information about the status of the device and messages is indicated in the status word.
The status word is composed of 16 bits that have the following meanings:
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Value = 0
Not Ready (initial)
Not Ready
DISABLE
NO FAULT
STOP 2 OFF
STOP 3 OFF
START ENABLE
No Warning
Reference z Actual value
Fieldbus control OFF
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Value = 1
READY
READY
ENABLE
FAULT ACTIVE
STOP 2 ON
STOP 3 ON
START DISABLE
Warning
Reference = Actual value
Fieldbus control ON
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
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7.3.3
State Machine
The state machine describes the device status and the possible control sequence of the drive. Using the
“control word” parameter can generate the state transitions. The “status word” parameter indicates the
current status of the state machine. The modes INIT, STOP, RUN and FAULT (see figure 7-1)
correspond to the actual mode of the Drive.
DISABLE (Bit6=1) is one value of the “status word”.
Bit0=0 is one value of the “control word”.
Power ON
Fault
Bit0=0
DISABLE
INIT
Bit6=1
STOP 1
STOP by ramp
Bit1=0
Bit0=0
NOT READY
STOP
Bit6=0
Bit0=0
xxxx x1xx xxxx x110
Bit3=0
READY 1
STOP
Bit0=1
RUN DISABLE
STOP
Bit2=0
FAULT ACTIVE
FAULT
Bit3=1
Reset fault
Bit7=0
Bit7=1
Bit1=0
STOP 2
STOP by coast
Bit4=0
Bit0=1
READY 2
STOP
Bit1=1
Bit3=1
ENABLE
STOP
Bit2=0
STOP 3
STOP by ramp
Bit5=0
Bit2=1
Bit4=1, Bit5=1, Bit6=1
RUNNING
RUN
Figure 7-1. States of the device control
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7.3.4
Speed Reference
Speed reference of the drive. The range is -10000... 10000, percentage of frequency area between set
minimum and maximum frequency.
-10000
0
10000
7.3.5
100,00 %
0,00 %
100,00 %
(Direction reverse)
(Direction forward)
(Direction forward)
Actual Value
Actual value of the motor speed. The range is -10000... 10000, percentage of frequency area between
set minimum and maximum frequency.
-10000
0
10000
7.3.6
=
=
=
=
=
=
100,00 %
0,00 %
100,00 %
(Direction reverse)
(Direction forward)
(Direction forward)
PD1-PD4
The master can read the drive’s actual values by using the process data variables. There are four
process data variables and each one of them can be selected to show one of the monitoring page
variables or active fault code. Selection can be done in two different ways:
By master:
Parameter
916.1
916.2
916.3
916.4
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
By control panel:
Parameter
Process Data 1
Process Data 2
Process Data 3
Process Data 4
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
Set the number of the variable to be monitored (see table 7-1) or number 99 for the active fault code for
the value of the parameter.
Profibus DP master
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
VACON CX
1 Output Frequency
2 Motor Speed
.
.
.
22 Fieldbus status
99 Active fault code
Selector
Parameter
Figure 7-2. Control of Process Data
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7.4
Parameter Data
P
R
O
F
I
B
U
S
Fieldbus Board
SV9000
PARAMETERS
Output
Parameter ID
Parameter Index
Parameter Value
Input
Parameter ID
Parameter Index
Parameter Value
Parameters
Variables
Active Fault Code
D
P
M
A
S
T
E
R
The SV9000 variables and fault codes can be read and parameters can be read and written by using
PPO types 1 and 2.
7.4.1
Actual Values
Actual Values can be read by using the Parameter Read function.
Profibus parameter number according to monitored item numbers are as follows.
Parameter number
1
2
.
.
98
Number
n1
n2
n3
n4
n5
n6
n7
n8
Data name
Output frequency
Motor speed
Motor current
Motor torque
Motor power
Motor voltage
DC-link voltage
Temperature
SV9000
variable
n1
n2
.
.
n98
Step
0,01
1
0,1
1
1
1
1
1
Unit
Hz
rpm
A
%
%
V
V
°C
Description
Frequency to the motor
Calculated motor speed
Measured motor current
Calculated actual torque/nominal torque of the unit
Calculated actual power/nominal power of the unit
Calculated motor voltage
Measured DC-link voltage
Temperature of the heat sink
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n9
n10
n11
n12
n13
n14
n15
n16
n17
n18
n19
n20
n21
Operating day counter
Operating hours, "trip
counter”
MW-hours
MW-hours, "trip counter"
Voltage/analog input
Current/analog input
Digital input status, gr. A
Digital input status, gr. B
Digital and relay output
status
Control program
Unit nominal power
Motor temperature rise
Option board digital input
status
0,001
0,001
0,01
0,01
0,1
1
DD.dd Operating days 1), not resettable
HH.hh Operating hours 2), can be reset with program-button
#3
MWh Total MW-hours, not resettable
MWh MW-hours, can be reset with programmable button
#4
V
Voltage of the terminal Uin+ (control board)
mA
Current of terminals I in+ and Iin- (control board)
0 = Open Input, 1 = Closed Input (Active)
0 = Open Input, 1 = Closed Input (Active)
0 = Open Input, 1 = Closed Input (Active)
kW
%
Version number of the control software
Shows the power size of the unit
100%= temperature of motor has risen to nominal
value
0 = Open Input, 1 = Closed Input (Active)
Table 7-1 Monitored Items
1)
2)
7.4.2
DD = full days, dd = decimal part of a day
HH = full hours, hh = decimal part of an hour
Parameter Read and Write
The SV9000 variables and parameters can be read and written by using the Parameter Read/Write
function.
Profibus parameter according to parameter numbers are as follows.
Parameter
Number
101 - 199
201 - 299
.
.
801 - 899
901 - 999
1001 - 1099
.
.
1901 - 1999
SV9000 parameter group
Group 1
Group 2
.
.
Group 8
Profibus DP parameter
Group 9
.
.
Group 18
SV9000 parameter number
1 - 99
1 - 99
1 - 99
1 - 99
1 - 99
Numbering of the parameter can be found in the “Fieldbus Application” manual. Parameter ranges and
steps are determined also in the “Fieldbus Application” manual, which means that the parameter value
should be given without decimals. The Profibus DP parameter group can be set only by the Profibus DP
master, not with the SV9000 control panel.
7.4.3
Fault Code
When a fault is active, fault codes can be read by using the Parameter Read function. Profibus
parameter number according to fault code is as follows.
Parameter number
99
SV9000 variable
Active fault code
List and description of the fault codes can be found in the USER’S MANUAL
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8.
FAULT TRACKING
Fault Type
Fault 19 is active in SV9000
Fault 27 is active in SV9000
UL led is not active (Supply Voltage,
Green).
DE led is active (Data Exchange not
Ready) and actual value n22 = 0
DE led is active (Data Exchange not
Ready) and actual value n 22 = 1
Possible cause
Checking
The data cable connection
between control board and
fieldbus board is not working
Profibus DP Master is not active
and the control source is fieldbus
The power cable connection
between control board and
fieldbus board is not working
Fieldbus board has not received a
parameterization telegram or the
telegram is incorrect.
Check the installation
- if installation is correct contact
your Cutler-Hammer distributor
Check the system Master device
Bus wire break
Check the bus cables
Fieldbus board has not received a
configuration telegram or the
telegram is incorrect.
Check the type files (GSD)
Check the installation
- if installation is correct contact
your Cutler-Hammer distributor
Check the configuration in the
Profibus DP master.
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9.
Type Files
9.1
GSD-file
#Profibus_DP
GSD_Revision
Vendor_Name
Model_Name
Revision
Ident_Number
Protocol_Ident
Station_Type
FMS_supp
Hardware_Release
Software_Release
9.6_supp
19.2_supp
93.75_supp
187.5_supp
500_supp
1.5M_supp
3M_supp
6M_supp
12M_supp
MaxTsdr_9.6
MaxTsdr_19.2
MaxTsdr_93.75
MaxTsdr_187.5
MaxTsdr_500
MaxTsdr_1.5M
MaxTsdr_3M
MaxTsdr_6M
MaxTsdr_12M
Redundancy
Repeater_Ctrl_Sig
24V_Pins
Implementation_Type
Freeze_Mode_supp
Sync_Mode_supp
Auto_Baud_supp
Set_Slave_Add_supp
Min_Slave_Intervall
Modular_Station
Max_Module
Max_Input_Len
Max_Output_Len
Max_Data_Len
Modul_Offset
Fail_Safe
Max_Diag_Data_Len
Module = "Vacon PPO
EndModule;
Module = "Vacon PPO
EndModule;
Module = "Vacon PPO
EndModule;
Module = "Vacon PPO
EndModule;
= 1
= "Vaasa Control"
= "Vacon CX202OPT"
= "1.0"
= 0x9500
= 0
= 0
= 1
= "HW1.0"
= "SW1.0"
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 60
= 60
= 60
= 60
= 100
= 150
= 250
= 450
= 800
= 0
= 0
= 0
= "Profibus for Vacon
= 1
= 1
= 1
= 0
= 20
= 1
= 4
= 20
= 20
= 40
= 0
= 1
= 6
1" 0xF3, 0xF1
"
2" 0xF3, 0xF5
3" 0xF1
4" 0xF5
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