Operating Instructions
XV-152
MICRO PANEL
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Manufacturer
Eaton Automation AG
Spinnereistrasse 8-14
CH-9008 St. Gallen
Switzerland
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Region North America
Eaton Corporation
Electrical Sector
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United States
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Original instructions
The German version of this document is the original instructions.
Translations of the original instructions
All non-German editions of this document are translations of the original instructions.
Editor
Monika Jahn
Brand and product names
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Contents
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
General.......................................................................................................................
Purpose of these Operating Instructions.....................................................................
Comments about this document .................................................................................
Additional documentation............................................................................................
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5
5
6
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.5
2.6
Device description ....................................................................................................
Function ......................................................................................................................
Intended use ...............................................................................................................
Device versions...........................................................................................................
Package contents........................................................................................................
5.7" and 8.4" devices ..................................................................................................
10.4" devices...............................................................................................................
Accessories.................................................................................................................
Designation .................................................................................................................
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.4
Safety regulations .....................................................................................................
General .......................................................................................................................
Meaning of symbols ....................................................................................................
Mandatory requirements, personnel ...........................................................................
Work safety .................................................................................................................
Qualification of personnel............................................................................................
Operating Instructions .................................................................................................
Installation, maintenance and disposal .......................................................................
Prohibited use .............................................................................................................
Requirements for proper operation .............................................................................
Device related hazards ...............................................................................................
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4.1
4.2
Operating and indication elements .........................................................................
Operating and indication elements on the front ..........................................................
Operating elements on the service side......................................................................
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5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.3.5
5.3.6
5.3.7
5.3.8
5.3.8.1
Installation .................................................................................................................
Safety regulations .......................................................................................................
Requirements for the place of installation ...................................................................
Engineering conditions of acceptability by Underwriters Labaratories Inc. (UL) .........
Requirements for the mounting position .....................................................................
Interfaces ....................................................................................................................
Overview of interfaces.................................................................................................
Preparation of cables with D-Sub connector...............................................................
Power supply...............................................................................................................
RS232 (System Port) ..................................................................................................
Ethernet.......................................................................................................................
USB Device.................................................................................................................
USB Host ....................................................................................................................
SmartWire-DT Master .................................................................................................
Additional documentation for devices with SmartWire-DT Master interface ...............
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5.3.8.2
5.3.8.3
5.3.8.4
5.3.8.5
5.3.9
5.3.10
5.3.11
5.4
5.4.1
Operating and indication elements of the SmartWire-DT Master interface.................
POW/AUX (power supply for SmartWire-DT) .............................................................
SWD (SmartWire-DT interface)...................................................................................
Commissioning of the SmartWire-DT netwerk ............................................................
CAN.............................................................................................................................
Profibus .......................................................................................................................
RS485 .........................................................................................................................
Mounting .....................................................................................................................
Mounting the device ....................................................................................................
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Operation ...................................................................................................................
Safety regulations .......................................................................................................
Starting the device ......................................................................................................
Switching off the device ..............................................................................................
Inserting and removing an SD card.............................................................................
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7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.3
7.3.1
7.4
Maintenance and service..........................................................................................
Safety regulations .......................................................................................................
Maintenance................................................................................................................
Cleaning the resistive touch ........................................................................................
Recalibrating a resistive touch ....................................................................................
Battery.........................................................................................................................
Service ........................................................................................................................
Repairs........................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................
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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Storage, transport and disposal ..............................................................................
Safety regulations .......................................................................................................
Storage........................................................................................................................
Transport.....................................................................................................................
Disposal ......................................................................................................................
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9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.5.1
9.5.2
9.5.2.1
9.5.2.2
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
Technical data ...........................................................................................................
Dimensions and weights .............................................................................................
5.7" devices.................................................................................................................
8.4" devices.................................................................................................................
10.4" devices...............................................................................................................
Display ........................................................................................................................
Touch sensor ..............................................................................................................
System ........................................................................................................................
Interfaces ....................................................................................................................
Power supply...............................................................................................................
SmartWire-DT Master .................................................................................................
POW/AUX (power supply interface for SmartWire-DT)...............................................
SWD (SmartWire-DT interface)...................................................................................
Enclosure ratings ........................................................................................................
Agency approvals and standards................................................................................
Applicable standards and regulations .........................................................................
Ambient conditions......................................................................................................
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1 General
1.1 Purpose of these Operating Instructions
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General
1.1
Purpose of these Operating Instructions
These Operating Instructions contain the information required for the correct and safe use of the
MICRO PANELs XV-152. The Operating Instructions are part of the devices and must therefore be kept
nearby.
These Operating Instructions describe all aspects of the devices: transport, installation, commissioning,
operation, maintenance, storage and disposal. The operating system and the application software are
not described.

Read Chapter 3 Safety regulations,  11 before working with the device. This contains
important information for your personal safety. This chapter must be read and understood by all persons working with this device.
WARNING
Incomplete copy of the Operating Instructions
Working with individual pages of these Operating Instructions may cause damage
to property or personnel by failure to observe safety-related information.
 Always work with the complete document.
1.2
Comments about this document
Please send any comments, recommendations or suggestions relating to this document to info-automation@eaton.com.
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1 General
1.3 Additional documentation
1.3
Additional documentation
The following documents may be helpful in the use of the device in addition to this document. These
can be downloaded from our home page (www.eaton-automation.com/en), «DOWNLOADS» section.
[1] MN04802013Z-EN Quick Start Guideline XV100
(commissioning the MICRO PANEL, establishing communication with the programming PC and
creating projects with GALILEO and MXpro)
[2] MN05010007Z-EN System Description Windows CE
(operation of the Windows CE operating system on MICRO PANELs)
[3] MN05010009Z-EN System Description Networks in Brief
(information on networks in general and on the integration of PCs and MICRO PANELs in
networks)

 The documents can also be downloaded from www.eaton.com (search document No.
via search field of the home page).
 Documents relevant for the devices with SmartWire-DT Master interface, see Chapter
5.3.8 SmartWire-DT Master,  32.
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2 Device description
2.1 Function
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Device description
2.1
Function
MICRO PANELs XV-152 can be used as HMI devices or as integrated HMI/PLC devices.
2.2
Intended use
MICRO PANELs XV-152 are primarily used in machine and system building. They are designed exclusively for the visualization, operation and control of machines and systems. Any other use must be
agreed beforehand with the manufacturer.
2.3
Device versions
Fig. 1 XV-152
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2 Device description
2.3 Device versions
MICRO PANELs XV-152 are available in the following versions:
Basic device
Display
Communication interfaces
XV-152 type
Version D:
 1 Slot for 1 SD card
 Integrated interfaces:
1 × Ethernet 100/10
1 × USB Device
1 × USB Host
Communication interfaces
Resistive touch,
5.7" TFT-LCD, 64k colors,
VGA
RS232
XV-152-D0-57TVR…
RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D4-57TVR…
CAN, RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D6-57TVR…
Profibus, RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D8-57TVR…
RS232
XV-152-D0-84TVR…
RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D4-84TVR…
CAN, RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D6-84TVR…
Profibus, RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D8-84TVR…
RS232
XV-152-D0-10TVR…
RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D4-10TVR…
CAN, RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D6-10TVR…
Profibus, RS485 and RS232
XV-152-D8-10TVR…
CAN, RS485 and SmartWire-DT Master
XV-152-E6-57TVR…
Resistive touch,
8.4" TFT-LCD, 64k colors,
VGA
Resistive touch,
10.4" TFT-LCD, 64k colors,
VGA
Version E:
 1 Slot for 1 SD card
 Integrated interfaces:
1 × Ethernet 100/10
1 × USB Device
1 × USB Host
Communication interfaces
Resistive touch,
5.7" TFT-LCD, 64k colors,
VGA
Profibus, RS485 and SmartWire-DT Master XV-152-E8-57TVR…
Resistive touch,
8.4" TFT-LCD, 64k colors,
VGA
CAN, RS485 and SmartWire-DT Master
Resistive touch,
10.4" TFT-LCD, 64k colors,
VGA
CAN, RS485 and SmartWire-DT Master
Profibus, RS485 and SmartWire-DT Master XV-152-E8-84TVR…
MICRO PANEL XV-152
XV-152-E6-10TVR…
Profibus, RS485 and SmartWire-DT Master XV-152-E8-10TVR…
Tab. 1 Device versions
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2.4 Package contents
2.4
Package contents
The accessories supplied with the MICRO PANELs XV-152 depend on the size of the device.
2.4.1
5.7" and 8.4" devices
Qty
Designation
1
MICRO PANEL:
 XV-152-…-57TVR… or
 XV-152-…-84TVR…
8 or 4
Retaining brackets with threaded pin for mounting the device
1
Sealing strip for mounting the device (glued in the device and/or loose enclosed)
1
Power supply connector for the device
1
Power supply connector for SmartWire-DT Master (only supplied with XV-152-E… devices)
1
Stylus
Tab. 2 Package contents for 5.7" and 8.4" devices
2.4.2
10.4" devices
Qty
Designation
1
MICRO PANEL:
 XV-152-…-10TVR…
8 or 6
Retaining brackets with threaded pin for mounting the device
1
Sealing strip for mounting the device (glued in the device and/or loose enclosed)
1
Power supply connector for the device
1
Power supply connector for SmartWire-DT Master (only supplied with XV-152-E… devices)
1
Stylus
Tab. 3 Package contents for 10.4" devices
2.5
Accessories
Different accessories are available. Use only original accessories.

Order the accessories required from your supplier. Required accessories for:
 Mounting with increased protection class:
See Chapter 9.6 Enclosure ratings,  67.
 Use in a potentially explosive atmosphere:
See Chapter 9.7 Agency approvals and standards,  67.
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2 Device description
2.6 Designation
2.6
Designation
Nameplate
A nameplate is fixed on the rear of the device in order to identify it. The nameplate contains the following
information:
 Manufacturer address
 Type designation
 Power supply required
 Part no. (Part-No or Art.-No)
 Serial no.
 Time of manufacturing (week/year)
 Approval mark and information to the approval
 Arrangement of interfaces and operating elements
 Permissible mounting options (top edge «Top»)
Support
To ensure fast and optimum support always provide the support personnel with the following information on the nameplate:
 Part no. (Part-No or Art.-No)
 Serial no.
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3.1 General
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Safety regulations
3.1
General
Hazards may still occur even though the device meets the current state of the art and complies with all
recognized safety requirements.
The device must only be installed and commissioned in perfect technical condition and in compliance
with this document.

Read this chapter before working with the device. This contains important information
for your personal safety. This chapter must be read and understood by all persons working with this device.
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3 Safety regulations
3.2 Meaning of symbols
3.2
Meaning of symbols
The following symbols are used in this document according to the hazard level described:
DANGER
Signal word DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death
or serious injury.
WARNING
Signal word WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
CAUTION
Signal word CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor
or moderate injury.
CAUTION
Signal word CAUTION without safety alert symbol
Indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could result in material damage.

Indicates useful information.
The danger symbol used and the text indicate the actual danger and the related preventative measures.
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3.3 Mandatory requirements, personnel
3.3
Mandatory requirements, personnel
3.3.1
Work safety
All applicable work safety regulations (in-house and national) must be observed.
3.3.2
Qualification of personnel
The personnel responsible for installation, operation, maintenance and service must be adequately
qualified. These persons must be sufficiently trained or instructed and they must be informed of all
hazards and risks associated with the device.
3.3.3
Operating Instructions
It must be ensured that any person working with the device in any phase of its lifespan has read and
understood the relevant sections of the Operating Instructions.
WARNING
Incomplete copy of the Operating Instructions
Working with individual pages of these Operating Instructions may cause damage
to property or personnel by failure to observe safety-related information.
 Always work with the complete document.
3.3.4
Installation, maintenance and disposal
It must be ensured that the device is properly connected, mounted, maintained and disposed of in
compliance with all relevant standards and safety regulations.
3.3.5
Prohibited use
The implementation of safety functions (relating to the protection of personnel and machinery) using the
device is prohibited.
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3.3 Mandatory requirements, personnel
3.3.6
Requirements for proper operation
The following points must be observed so that the device meets the contractual requirements:
 Only qualified personnel may work with the device.
 These persons must have read the Operating Instructions and must observe the requirements
described.
 The ambient conditions stated must be observed. See Chapter 9.9 Ambient conditions,  69.
 The maintenance work must be carried out correctly.
No liability is accepted for damage, consequential damage and accidents caused by the following:
Failure to observe work safety regulations
Failure or malfunction of the device
Improper handling or use
Failure to observe the Operating Instructions
Conversions, modifications and repairs to the device






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Repairs, see Chapter 7.3.1 Repairs,  55.
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3.4 Device related hazards
3.4
Device related hazards
DANGER
Explosion hazard
Death, serious injury or material damage may occur if an electrical plug connection
is removed in a potentially explosive atmosphere during operation or if the device is
subjected to hazardous knocks.
 Only use the device in the following environments:
- Environments not subject to explosion hazards
- Potentially explosive atmosphere, Zone 22 (according to ATEX 94/9/EC)
 Prevent the device from being subjected to hazardous knocks.
 Only operate the device in potentially explosive atmospheres if it is correctly
mounted.
 Switch off the device before removing the plug connections.
WARNING
Live parts in the device
When the device is opened, there is a risk of electric shock if live parts are touched.
 The device must not be opened.
WARNING
Potential equalization currents
Large equalization currents between the protective ground systems of different devices may cause operational malfunctions due to signal interference and may even
cause fires.
 If necessary, a potential equalization conductor should be installed parallel to the
cable. This should have a cross-section that is a multiple of the cable shield.
CAUTION
Electrostatic discharge
Electrostatic discharge may damage or destroy electronic components.
 Avoid contact with components (such as connector pins) that are susceptible to
electrostatic discharge.
 Discharge (by touching a grounded metal object) any static charge accumulated
in your body before touching the device.
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3.4 Device related hazards
CAUTION
Non-isolated interfaces
The device may be damaged due to potential differences.
 The GND terminals of all bus stations must be connected.
CAUTION
Sensitive resistive touch surface
Damage to the resistive touch due to the use of pointed or sharp objects.
 Only activate the resistive touch with your finger or a stylus.
 When wearing gloves, ensure that these are clean. They must not be covered
with abrasive dust or sharp particles.
CAUTION
Data loss
During a write operation, the SD card may lose data or may be destroyed if it is removed or if there is a power failure.
 Only insert the SD card when the device is in a de-energized state.
 Avoid write operations to SD cards. Reasons:
- The number of write cycles possible on SD cards is limited.
- A power failure during write operations will most likely lead to loss of data.
 Only remove the SD card when the device is in a de-energized state.
 Before switching off, ensure that no software write operations to the SD card are
in progress.
CAUTION
Device condensation
If the device is or was exposed to climatic changes (temperature fluctuation, air humidity) moisture can form on or in the device (device condensation). In this case,
there is a risk of short-circuit.
 The device must not be switched on when device condensation is present.
 If condensation is present on the device, or if it was exposed to temperature fluc-
tuations, it must be allowed to adjust to room temperature (do not expose the device to the direct heat of heating devices) prior to commissioning.
CAUTION
UV light
When exposed to UV light, plastics can embrittle and the lifespan of the device is
reduced.
 Protect the device against direct sunlight (UV rays).
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3.4 Device related hazards
CAUTION
Cleaning the device
Damage to the device due to the use of pointed or sharp objects or by liquids.
 Do not use any pointed or sharp objects (e.g. knife) for cleaning.
 Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning agent or solvent.
 Avoid any liquid entering the device (risk of short-circuit).
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3.4 Device related hazards
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4 Operating and indication elements
4.1 Operating and indication elements on the front
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Operating and indication elements
4.1
Operating and indication elements on the front
Fig. 2 Operating and indication elements on the front
The device has the following operating and indication elements on the front:
Element
Function
A Touch sensor
Resistive touch:
Detection of the actuation of the operating elements shown on the
display. These devices are operated by touching the operating
elements with your finger or with a stylus.
B Display
Display operating and indication elements.
Tab. 4 Operating and indication elements on the front
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4 Operating and indication elements
4.2 Operating elements on the service side
4.2
Operating elements on the service side
Fig. 3 Operating elements on the service side
The device has the following operating elements on the service side:
Element
Function
A SD slot 0
Slot for SD card.
B Control button
Function depends on the software used.
Tab. 5 Operating elements on the service side
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5.1 Safety regulations
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Installation
5.1
Safety regulations

Read Chapter 3 Safety regulations,  11 before installing and commissioning the device. This contains important information for your personal safety.
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5 Installation
5.2 Requirements for the place of installation
5.2
5.2.1
Requirements for the place of installation

Approvals:
The device must only be used in locations that are approved for the device. See the markings on
the nameplate and Chapter 9 Technical data,  59.

Power supply:
The power supply must comply with the requirements stated in Chapter 9.5.1 Power supply,  64.
Engineering conditions of acceptability by Underwriters Labaratories Inc. (UL)
For the approval in accordance with the standard UL 508, consideration must be given to the following:
Ambient conditions:
 Max. ambient temperature: 50°C
 Pollution degree 2
 The screw terminals of the connector for the power supply must be tightened with a max. tightening
torque of 0.6…0.8 Nm or 5…7 Lb. In.
 Only XV-152-E… devices:
The supply voltage UAux of the SmartWire-DT Master interface must be protected externally
against over-current and short-circuit by:
 miniature circuit-breaker 24 VDC, rated current 2 A, tripping characteristic Z
 or fuse 2 A.

5.2.2
Requirements for the mounting position
The device is designed for mounting in control cabinets, control panels or control desks. It can be
mounted horizontally or vertically. The following requirements must be fulfilled when selecting a suitable
mounting position:
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
The device should not be exposed to direct sunlight (when exposed to UV light, plastic parts of the
device can embrittle and the lifespan of the device is reduced).

If the device is to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres, the device must not be subjected
to hazardous knocks.

The inclination angle for vertical mounting without forced ventilation must be max. ±45°.

The operating elements on the service side of the device and the cable connections are accessible
after the device has been mounted.

The ambient conditions stated must be observed. See Chapter 9.9 Ambient conditions,  69.

Sufficient ventilation (cooling) must be ensured by means of:
 Clearance of at least 3 cm to the ventilation slots
 Clearance of at least 15 cm from heat radiating components such as heavily loaded transformers
 The expected temperatures should be within the permissible range. See Chapter 9.9 Ambient
conditions,  69.

Properties of the mounting surfaces:
 Material thickness at the mounting cutout 2…5 mm
 Flatness ≤ 0.5 mm
(this requirement must also be fulfilled when the device is mounted!)
 Surface roughness Rz ≤ 120
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5.3 Interfaces
5.3
Interfaces
WARNING
Potential equalization currents
Large equalization currents between the protective ground systems of different devices may cause operational malfunctions due to signal interference and may even
cause fires.
 If necessary, a potential equalization conductor should be installed parallel to the
cable. This should have a cross-section that is a multiple of the cable shield.
CAUTION
Operational malfunctions
Use of unsuitable or improperly prepared cables, as well as incorrect wiring will
mean that neither the values stated in the technical data nor the electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) can be ensured.
 Only use cables prepared by specialists.
 The cables used must be prepared according to the interface description in this
document.
 The wiring instructions for the relevant interface must be observed when wiring
the device.
 Any generally applicable regulations and standards must be fulfilled.
CAUTION
Non-isolated interfaces
The device may be damaged due to potential differences.
 The GND terminals of all bus stations must be connected.
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5.3 Interfaces
5.3.1
Overview of interfaces

The interfaces will vary depending upon the device version. See nameplate and Chapter
2.3 Device versions,  7.
Fig. 4 Interfaces of the device
Interface
Interface description
A USB Host
→ Chapter 5.3.7,  31
B Ethernet
→ Chapter 5.3.5,  30
C USB Device
→ Chapter 5.3.6,  31
D Interfaces, depending on the device version:
SmartWire-DT Master
→ Chapter 5.3.8,  32
CAN
→ Chapter 5.3.9,  38
Profibus
→ Chapter 5.3.10,  41
RS232 (System Port)
→ Chapter 5.3.4,  28
RS485
→ Chapter 5.3.11,  43
E Power supply
→ Chapter 5.3.3,  27
F DIAG
Only for service tasks
G Jumper UPD/RUN
Only for service tasks
Tab. 6 Overview of interfaces
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5.3.2
Preparation of cables with D-Sub connector
The preparation of bus cables is an essential factor in ensuring reliable operation and electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC).
Wiring requirements



The cables must be shielded.
The cable shield must be made from a copper braid.
The cable shield must make a low impedance connection with the connector casing over a large
contact area. This is achieved by:
 Use of metal or metallized connector casings with a cable clamp for strain relief.
 The cable clamp must be screwed securely to the connector.
Connecting the cable
shield
1
30 mm
2
3
5…8 mm
Fig. 5 Connecting the cable shield
1
Strip the cable end so that approx. 3 cm of the shield braid is exposed.
2
Fold back the shield braid over the cable shield.
3
Fit approx. 3 cm of heat shrinkable tubing over the folded back end of the shield braid or use a
rubber grommet.
 5…8 mm of the shield braid must be exposed at the cable end.
 The folded back shield braid end must be covered by the heat shrinkable tubing or by the
rubber grommet.
4
Fit the D-Sub connector to the cable end:
 The exposed metal shield braid must be clamped to the connector casing with the cable clamp.
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A
B
C
D
E
F
Fig. 6 Cable prepared with D-Sub connector
A Cable with cable sheath
B Heat shrinkable tubing or rubber grommet
C Cable clamp
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D Shield braid
E D-Sub connector
F Mounting screw UNC
The EMC values stated in the technical data (immunity and emission) can only be guaranteed by observing the prescribed cable preparation!
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5.3.3
Power supply
The device is provided with an internal fuse and is protected against polarity reversal. The functional
earthing terminal is connected to both the housing and the 0 V terminal. The device power supply is not
electrically isolated.
The device requires a 24 VDC power supply from an AC/DC converter with safe isolation (SELV). For
other power supply requirements see Chapter 9.5.1 Power supply,  64.

SELV (safety extra low voltage):
Circuit in which no dangerous voltage is present, even in the event of a single fault.
Fig. 7 Power supply interface
Wiring

Phoenix Contact MSTB 2.5/3-ST-5.08 connector, Phoenix order no. 1757022 is supplied with the
device.
+24 VDC 0V
Fig. 8 Phoenix Contact MSTB 2.5/3-ST-5.08 connector (view from the wiring side)
Connection
Assignment
+24 VDC
+24 VDC power supply

Functional earthing connected to housing.
Does not have to be connected.
This connection can be used as protective earthing connection if the
mounting environment requires this.
0V
0 V power supply (connected to )
Tab. 7 Assignment of connector

The following must be observed when the connector wiring is prepared:
Preparing the wiring of the connector
Terminal type
Pluggable screw terminal
Cross-section
 min. 0.75 mm2 / max. 2.5 mm2 (lead or wire)
 min. AWG18 / max. AWG12
Stripping length
7 mm
Max. tightening torque
0.6…0.8 Nm / 5…7 Lb. In.
Tab. 8 Preparing the wiring of the connector
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5.3.4
RS232 (System Port)
The RS232 interface is not electrically isolated. The GND pin is directly connected to the housing
potential.
CAUTION
Non-isolated interfaces
The device may be damaged due to potential differences.
 The GND terminals of all bus stations must be connected.
1
3
2
6
8
7
5
4
9
Fig. 9 RS232 interface (9-pin, D-Sub, male, UNC)
Pin
Signal
Assignment
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detected
2
RxD
Receive Data
3
TxD
Transmit Data
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
5
GND
Ground
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
7
RTS
Request to Send
8
CTS
Clear to Send
9
RI
Ring Indicator
Tab. 9 Pin assignment of the RS232 interface
Wiring


Shielded cables must be used.
The maximum baud rate depends on the cable length:
Cable length
Max. baud rate
2.5 m
115200 Bit/s
5m
57600 Bit/s
10 m
38400 Bit/s
15 m
19200 Bit/s
30 m
9600 Bit/s
Tab. 10 Relationship of cable length / baud rate
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
When preparing the cables, ensure that there is a low-resistance connection between
the cable shield and the connector casing (→ Chapter 5.3.2,  25).
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5.3.5
Ethernet
LINK ACT
Fig. 10 Ethernet interface (RJ45 socket)
LED
Signal
Meaning
ACT (yellow)
flashes
Ethernet is active (data traffic)
LINK (green)
lit
Active network is connected and detected
Tab. 11 Control LEDs of the Ethernet interface
Cable

Use shielded twisted pair cable (STP) for networking:
 For device to device connection: crossover cable
 For connecting to the hub/switch: 1:1 patch cable

Maximum cable length: 100 m.
CAUTION
Forces acting on the Ethernet interface
Communication can be disturbed and the connection mechanics damaged if the
Ethernet interface is exposed to severe vibration or the RJ45 plug connection is
pulled.
 Protect the RJ45 connection from severe vibration.
 Protect the RJ45 connection from pulling on the socket.
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5.3.6
USB Device
The USB Device interface supports USB 2.0.
Fig. 11 USB Device interface (USB Device, type B)
Cable


5.3.7
USB Host
Only use shielded USB standard cable.
Maximum cable length: 5 m.
The USB Host interface supports USB 2.0.
Fig. 12 USB Host interface (USB Host, type A)
Cable


Only use shielded USB standard cable.
Maximum cable length: 5 m.
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5.3.8
SmartWire-DT Master
The SmartWire-DT Master interface is not electrically isolated.
CAUTION
Not electrically isolated SmartWire-DT system
The device may be damaged due to potential differences.
 Provide a common star point for the earth wiring.
5.3.8.1
Additional documentation for devices with SmartWire-DT Master interface
In addition to this document, the following documents are required to build a SmartWire-DT netwerk, to
install the network at the SmartWire-DT Master interface and to operate the network.

Available from ftp://ftp.moeller.net/DOCUMENTATION/AWB_MANUALS/:
 MN05006002Z-EN Manual SmartWire-DT The System
(system description, engineering, installation, commissioning and diagnostics of a SmartWireDT netwerk)
 MN05006001Z-EN Manual SmartWire-DT Units
(surface mounting, engineering, installation, etc. of the single SmartWire-DT slaves)

Available from our home page (www.eaton-automation.com/en), «DOWNLOADS» section:
 MN04802091Z-EN User Manual XSoft-CoDeSys-2: PLC programming XV100
(Use of the PLC programming tool XSoft-CoDeSys-2 and the PLC runtime system for the
XV100 device type with Windows CE)
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The documents can also be downloaded from www.eaton.com (search document No. via
search field of the home page).
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Operating and indication elements of the SmartWire-DT Master interface
Fig. 13 SmartWire-DT Master interface
Element
Function
A POW/AUX interface
Power supply interface for SmartWire-DT
(→ Chapter 5.3.8.3,  34)
B POW LED
Lit if the SmartWire-DT netwerk is supplied with current.
C SWD LED
Indicates whether the physical structure of the SmartWire-DT network
matches the target configuration. Each time the power supply is
switched on, the configurations are compared (→ Chapter 5.3.8.5,
 36).
D Config LED
Indicates whether the project configuration of the SWD master defined
in the PLC matches the target configuration of the SmartWire-DT
network stored in the device. Each time the power supply is switched
on, the configurations are compared (→ Chapter 5.3.8.5,  36).
E Configuration button
Configuring the SmartWire-DT network.
F SWD interface
SmartWire-DT interface (→ Chapter 5.3.8.4,  35)
Tab. 12 Operating and indication elements of the SmartWire-DT Master interface
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POW/AUX (power supply for SmartWire-DT)
The POW/AUX interface is not electrically isolated.
The following supply voltages are required in a SmartWire-DT netwerk:

Supply voltage POW:
The device supply voltage for the electronics of the downstream SmartWire-DT slaves (15 VDC)
is generated from the 24 VDC supply voltage applied to the POW connection.

Supply voltage AUX:
If there are any contactors or motor starters in the SmartWire-DT topology, a 24 VDC voltage AUX
must be additionally supplied as a control voltage for the contactor coils.
For other power supply requirements see Chapter 9.5.2 SmartWire-DT Master,  65.
Fig. 14 Power supply interface POW/AUX
Wiring

WAGO connector, order no. 734-104 is supplied with the device.
+24 VDC POW
0 V POW
+24 VDC AUX
0 V AUX
Fig. 15 WAGO connector (view from the wiring side)
Connection
Assignment
+24 VDC POW
Supply voltage UPow +24 VDC
0 V POW
Supply voltage UPow 0 V
+24 VDC AUX
Supply voltage UAux +24 VDC
0 V AUX
Supply voltage UAux 0 V
Tab. 13 Assignment of connector

The following must be observed when the connector wiring is prepared:
Preparing the wiring of the connector
Terminal type
Tension clamp terminal
Crimpable wire solid
0.2…1.5 mm2 (AWG24…16)
Stripping length
6…7 mm
Tab. 14 Preparing the wiring of the connector
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
For UAux, an external over-current and short-circuit protection by miniature circuit-breaker or fuse
is required.
Standard
Over-current and short-circuit protection
DIN VDE 0641, Part 11 and
IEC/EN 60898
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 VDC, rated current 3 A, tripping
characteristic Z
Fuse 3 A, utilization class gL/gG
UL 508 and
CSA-22.2, No. 14
Miniature circuit-breaker 24 VDC, rated current 2 A, tripping
characteristic Z
Fuse 2 A
Tab. 15 Over-current and short-circuit protection
5.3.8.4
SWD (SmartWire-DT interface)
Die SWD interface is not electrically isolated.
87654321
Fig. 16 SWD interface (plug, 8-pin)
Cabling

Use only the following ribbon cables for connecting the SmartWire-DT netwerk at the SWD interface:
 SWD4-100LF8-24 with the relevant blade terminals SWD4-8MF2 or
 SWD4-(3/5/10)F8-24-2S (prefabricated cable)

Detailed instructions on fitting the blade terminal SWD4-8MF2 are provided in the Document «MN05006002Z-EN Manual SmartWire-DT The System», Chapter «Fitting the
blade terminal SWD4-8MF2».
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5.3.8.5
Commissioning of the SmartWire-DT netwerk
Switching on for initial commissioning, after a replacement or after a changed SmartWire-DT
configuration
Requirement:
 All SmartWire-DT slaves are connected by SmartWire-DT cables.
 The SmartWire-DT netwerk is connected to the SWD interface.
 The power supply for the device and for SmartWire-DT is applied.
 The POW LED of the SmartWire-DT Master interface lights up.
 The SmartWire-DT status LEDs on the connected SmartWire-DT slaves are flashing or lit.
 A PLC project with configured SWD-Master exists (project configuration).
 The PLC runtime system is installed on the device.
Procedure:
1
2
Press the configuration button «Config» for at least two seconds.
 The SWD LED of the SmartWire-DT Master interface begins to flash orange and the
SmartWire-DT status LEDs on the connected SmartWire-DT slaves flash.
 The SWD LED of the SmartWire-DT Master interface begins to flash green.
 All SmartWire-DT slaves are addressed.
 The physical structure of the SmartWire-DT network is stored retentively in the device as the
target configuration.
 The SWD LED of the SmartWire-DT Master interface lights up green.
Download the PLC project (XSoft-CoDeSys-2) onto the device.
 If the project configuration is identical to the stored target configuration, the Config LED lights
up green and the data exchange of the input and output data can start.
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Configuration check
Each time the supply voltage is switched on, the configuration checks are performed:
1
The slaves actually found on the network are compared with the target configuration stored in the
device.
 If the physical structure of the SmartWire-DT network matches the target configuration, the
SmartWire-DT network is ready for data exchange.
2
The target configuration stored in the device is compared with the project configuration defined in
the PLC.
 If the target configuration matches the project configuration, the Config LED lights up.
LED
State
Meaning
SWD
Off
No target configuration.
Red continuous light  Short-circuit on the 15 VDC power supply.
 No SmartWire-DT slave found.
Red flashing
 The slaves found in the SmartWire-DT netwerk do not match the tar-
get configuration.
 A SmartWire-DT slave configured as necessary is missing.
Orange flashing
The physical structure of the SmartWire-DT network is read and stored
as the target configuration.
Green flashing
 The physical structure of the SmartWire-DT network is compared
with the target configuration.
 The SmartWire-DT slaves are addressed.
Config
Green continuous
light
The slaves found in the SmartWire-DT netwerk match the target configuration. The SmartWire-DT netwerk is ready for data exchange.
Off
 No project configuration.
 Faulty target configuration (see SWD LED).
Red continuous light Project configuration and stored target configuration are not compatible.
Green flashing
Project configuration and stored target configuration are compatible.
Green continuous
light
Project configuration and stored target configuration are identical.
Tab. 16 SWD LED and Config LED

The description of the project configuration (SmartWire-DT configuration in XSoftCoDeSys-2 project) are provided in the Document «MN04802091Z-EN User Manual
XSoft-CoDeSys-2: PLC programming XV100», Chapter «SmartWire-DT configuration».
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5.3.9
CAN
The CAN interface is not electrically isolated.
CAUTION
Non-isolated interfaces
The device may be damaged due to potential differences.
 The GND terminals of all bus stations must be connected.
1
2
7
6
4
3
8
5
9
Fig. 17 CAN interface (9-pin, D-Sub, male, UNC)
Pin
Signal
Assignment
1
-
nc
2
CAN-L
Bus line (dominant low)
3
CAN-GND
CAN Ground
4
-
nc
5
-
nc
6
GND
Optional CAN Ground
7
CAN-H
Bus line (dominant high)
8
-
nc
9
-
nc
Tab. 17 Pin assignment of CAN interface in accordance with CiA
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



Pin 3 (CAN-GND) and 6 (GND) are connected internally in the device.
nc: Pins 1, 4, 5, 8 and 9 must not be connected.
The CAN bus drivers are fed internally with power.
No power supply for third-party devices is implemented on the CAN connector.
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Wiring

Shielded twisted pair cables must be used.
Cable specifications
Rated surge impedance
120 Ω
Permissible surge impedance
108…132 Ω
Capacitance per unit length
< 60 pF/m
Core cross-section / max. cable length
≥ 0.25 mm2 / 100 m
≥ 0.34 mm2 / 250 m
≥ 0.75 mm2 / 500 m
Tab. 18 Cable specifications

The maximum baud rate depends on the cable length:
Cable length
Max. baud rate
25 m
1000 Kbit/s
50 m
800 Kbit/s
100 m
500 Kbit/s
250 m
250 Kbit/s
500 m
125 Kbit/s
500 m
100 Kbit/s (adjustable via software)
1000 m
50 Kbit/s
2500 m
20 Kbit/s
5000 m
10 Kbit/s
Tab. 19 Relationship of cable length / baud rate

CAN bus topology
 The use of repeaters is recommended with cables over 1000 m in length. Repeaters
can also be used to implement electrical isolation. Refer to the documentation of the
repeater manufacturer for further information.
 Observe the recommendations of the CiA (CAN in Automation).
 When preparing the cables, ensure that there is a low-resistance connection between
the cable shield and the connector casing (→ Chapter 5.3.2,  25).

A bus segment can connect up to 32 bus stations.

Several bus segments can be linked via repeaters (bidirectional amplifiers). Refer to the documentation of the repeater manufacturer for further information.

A bus segment must be provided with cable termination (120 Ω) at both ends. These terminations
must be connected in the connector, directly between pin 2 and 7.

 The bus segment must be terminated at both ends.
 No more than two terminations must be provided on each bus segment.
 Transmission faults can occur if operation is carried out without the correct termina-
tion.
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Fig. 18 Bus segment with four bus stations
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Profibus
The Profibus interface is not electrically isolated.
CAUTION
Non-isolated interfaces
The device may be damaged due to potential differences.
 The GND terminals of all bus stations must be connected.
5
4
9
3
8
1
2
7
6
Fig. 19 Profibus interface (9-pin, D-Sub, female, UNC)
Pin
Signal
Assignment
1
-
nc
2
-
nc
3
B
EIA RS 485 line B
4
RTSAS
Output for controlling a repeater
5
M5EXT
0V output for external termination
6
P5EXT
5V output for external termination
7
-
nc
8
A
EIA RS 485 line A
9
-
nc
Tab. 20 Pin assignment of the Profibus interface

Wiring

Pin 6 (5 V) must not be used as a power supply for external devices.
Shielded twisted pair cables, cable type A (in accordance with Profibus standards IEC/EN 61158
and IEC/EN 61784) must be used.
Cable specifications
Rated surge impedance
150 Ω
Permissible surge impedance
135…165 Ω
Capacitance per unit length
< 30 pF/m
Loop resistance
< 110 Ω/km
Core cross-section
≥ 0.34 mm2 (22 AWG)
Tab. 21 Cable specifications
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
The maximum baud rate depends on the cable length:
Cable length
Max. baud rate
200 m
1500 Kbit/s
400 m
500 Kbit/s
1000 m
187.5 Kbit/s
1200 m
≤ 93.75 Kbit/s
Tab. 22 Relationship of cable length / baud rate (for cables compliant with cable type A of the Profibus standard IEC/EN 61158
and IEC/EN 61784)

Profibus topology
When preparing the cables, ensure that there is a low-resistance connection between
the cable shield and the connector casing (→ Chapter 5.3.2,  25).

A bus segment can connect up to 32 bus stations.

Several bus segments can be linked via repeaters (bidirectional amplifiers). Refer to the documentation of the repeater manufacturer for further information.

The maximum cable length can be increased by using repeaters. Refer to the documentation of the repeater manufacturer for further information.

Only use bus terminal connectors that are specified for use in the Profibus network. They hold both
bus cables on a bus station and ensure a low impedance connection of the cable shield to the
shield reference potential of the bus station. These bus terminal connectors contain the Profibus
cable termination that can be switched on as required.

A bus segment must be provided with cable termination at both ends. The termination is passive
and is fed from the bus station. It ensures a defined idle signal on the bus when no bus station is
transmitting. These bus terminations should be implemented externally in the connector casing
according to the Profibus standard (they can also be implemented with the bus terminating
connector described above).
390
220
390
1
2
3
4
5
1
6
2
B3
7
B
8A
9
M5EXT
(GND)
A
4
M5EXT 5
(GND)
1
6
2
B3
7
B
8A
9
M5EXT
(GND)
A
4
M5EXT 5
(GND)
1
6
7
B
8A
9
M5EXT
(GND)
2
B3
A
4
M5EXT 5
(GND)
6
390
7
8
9
220
390
Fig. 20 Bus segment with four bus stations
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



The bus segment must be terminated at both ends.
No more than two terminations must be provided on each bus segment.
At least one of the two terminations must be fed by the bus station.
Transmission faults can occur if operation is carried out without the correct termination on the Profibus network.
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5.3.11
RS485
The RS485 interface is not electrically isolated. The GND pin is directly connected to the housing
potential.
CAUTION
Non-isolated interfaces
The device may be damaged due to potential differences.
 The GND terminals of all bus stations must be connected.
1
3
2
6
7
5
4
8
9
Fig. 21 RS485 interface (9-pin, D-Sub, male, UNC)
Pin
Signal
Assignment
1
-
nc
2
-
nc
3
B
Line B
4
-
nc
5
GND
Ground
6
-
nc
7
A
Line A
8
-
nc
9
-
nc
Tab. 23 Pin assignment of the RS485 interface

nc: Pins 1, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 9 must not be connected.
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Wiring
Shielded twisted pair cables must be used.
Cable specifications
Rated surge impedance
120 Ω
Permissible surge impedance
108…132 Ω
Max. cable length
1200 m
Possible baud rates
9600 Bit/s
19200 Bit/s
38400 Bit/s
57600 Bit/s
115200 Bit/s
Tab. 24 Cable specifications

RS485 topology
When preparing the cables, ensure that there is a low-resistance connection between
the cable shield and the connector casing (→ Chapter 5.3.2,  25).

A bus segment can connect up to 32 bus stations.

Several bus segments can be linked via repeaters (bidirectional amplifiers). Refer to the documentation of the repeater manufacturer for further information.


The maximum cable length can be increased by using repeaters. Refer to the documentation of the repeater manufacturer for further information.
A bus segment must be provided with cable termination (120 Ω) at both ends. These terminations
must be connected directly between pin 3 and 7 in the connector.

 The bus segment must be terminated at both ends.
 No more than two terminations must be provided on each bus segment.
 Transmission faults can occur if operation is carried out without the correct termina-
tion.
1
120
2
3
4
5
1
6
7A
2
A
B3
B
8
9
4
GND
GND 5
1
6
7A
2
A
B3
B
8
9
4
GND
GND 5
Fig. 22 Bus segment with four bus stations
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7A
B
8
9
1
2
A
B3
4
GND
GND 5
6
7
8
9
120
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5.4
Mounting
CAUTION
Operational malfunctions
Use of unsuitable or improperly prepared cables, as well as incorrect wiring will
mean that neither the values stated in the technical data nor the electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) can be ensured.
 Only use cables prepared by specialists.
 The cables used must be prepared according to the interface description in this
document.
 The wiring instructions for the relevant interface must be observed when wiring
the device.
 Any generally applicable regulations and standards must be fulfilled.
CAUTION
Device condensation
If the device is or was exposed to climatic changes (temperature fluctuation, air humidity) moisture can form on or in the device (device condensation). In this case,
there is a risk of short-circuit.
 The device must not be switched on when device condensation is present.
 If condensation is present on the device, or if it was exposed to temperature fluc-
tuations, it must be allowed to adjust to room temperature (do not expose the device to the direct heat of heating devices) prior to commissioning.
1
Check the device for damage in transit.

The device must only be installed and commissioned in perfect technical condition and
in compliance with this document.
2
Mount the device in the control cabinet, control panel or the control desk. See Chapter 5.4.1
Mounting the device,  46.
3
Connect the device as required.
 Follow the instructions on wiring the relevant interface. See Chapter 5.3 Interfaces,  23.

The device is not provided with an On/Off switch. If the power supply is not provided
with a switch, the device will start up (boot) as soon as it is connected to the power supply.
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5 Installation
5.4 Mounting
Mounting the device

Eight retaining brackets with a threaded pin each are required for mounting in accordance with IP65 / NEMA 4X and for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. If needed,
please order additional retaining brackets with threaded pins from your supplier.
Select the mounting position of the device as described in Chapter 5.2.2 Requirements for the
mounting position,  22.
2
Prepare a mounting cutout for the device at the selected position:
 Mounting cutout:
 5.7" devices: 198 × 142 mm (±1 mm)
 8.4" devices: 261 × 194 mm (±1 mm)
 10.4" devices: 329 × 238 mm (±1 mm)
 Material thickness at the mounting cutout 2…5 mm
142.0 +1/-1
1
194.0 +1/-1
5.4.1
198.0 +1/-1
261.0 +1/-1
Fig. 24 Mounting cutout for 8.4" devices
238.0 +1/-1
Fig. 23 Mounting cutout for 5.7" devices
329.0 +1/-1
Fig. 25 Mounting cutout for 10.4" devices
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5.4 Mounting
3
If no sealing strip is glued in the groove (A) on the rear of the device front plate, insert the sealing
strip supplied in the groove (A) and cut it so that the join is tight.
CAUTION
Poor sealing
Poor sealing resulting from the twisting of the sealing strip or due to a gap between
the ends of the sealing strip.
 The join of the sealing strip must be positioned on the bottom of the device.
 Do not twist the sealing strip when it is inserted.
 Cut the sealing strip to a suitable length so that the join is tight.
Fig. 26 Groove for sealing strip (A)
4
Fit the supplied threaded pins in the retaining brackets beforehand.
Fig. 27 Threaded pin pre-fitted in a retaining bracket
5
Fit the device from the front into the mounting cutout.
6
Clip on the retaining brackets in the recesses provided for them on the device as shown below and
fix the device by tightening the threaded pins until the front of the MICRO PANEL is flush with the
surface of the control cabinet at the fixing points.
CAUTION
Mechanical damage to the device
Tightening the threaded pins too tightly may damage the device.
 Tighten threaded pins with a max. tightening torque of 0.2 Nm.
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5.4 Mounting

The positions of the retaining brackets depend on the mounting requirements.
 Standard mounting:
 Top and bottom of the device:
Fit one retaining bracket each at the left and right fixing position
Fig. 28 Devices with four retaining brackets (do not meet IP65 / NEMA 4X requirements)
 Devices which must be mounted in accordance with IP65 / NEMA 4X or used in potentially
explosive atmospheres:
 Top and bottom of the device:
One retaining bracket at each of the fixing positions (left, right and in the center)
 Left and right on the device:
One retaining bracket each at the central fixing position
Fig. 29 Devices with eight retaining brackets (meet IP65 / NEMA 4X requirements)
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6.1 Safety regulations
6
Operation
6.1
Safety regulations

Read Chapter 3 Safety regulations,  11 before working with the device. This contains
important information for your personal safety.
CAUTION
Sensitive resistive touch surface
Damage to the resistive touch due to the use of pointed or sharp objects.
 Only activate the resistive touch with your finger or a stylus.
 When wearing gloves, ensure that these are clean. They must not be covered
with abrasive dust or sharp particles.
CAUTION
Device condensation
If the device is or was exposed to climatic changes (temperature fluctuation, air humidity) moisture can form on or in the device (device condensation). In this case,
there is a risk of short-circuit.
 The device must not be switched on when device condensation is present.
 If condensation is present on the device, or if it was exposed to temperature fluc-
tuations, it must be allowed to adjust to room temperature (do not expose the device to the direct heat of heating devices) prior to commissioning.
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6.2 Starting the device
6.2
Starting the device
1
Energize the device.
 The device will boot.
2
If the device does not boot up and/or if an error message appears while starting (booting) the
device, see Chapter 7.4 Troubleshooting,  56.
3
Complete the following steps after initial commissioning
(→ Document «MN05010007Z-EN System Description Windows CE»):
3.1
Adjust the system settings of the device.
3.2
Install the required application programs.

6.3
Switching off the device
1
50
The lifespan of the backlight can be increased by reducing the brightness (→ Document
«MN05010007Z-EN System Description Windows CE»).
De-energize the device.
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6.4 Inserting and removing an SD card
6.4
Inserting and removing an SD card
Fig. 30 SD slot (A)
CAUTION
Data loss
During a write operation, the SD card may lose data or may be destroyed if it is removed or if there is a power failure.
 Only insert the SD card when the device is in a de-energized state.
 Avoid write operations to SD cards. Reasons:
- The number of write cycles possible on SD cards is limited.
- A power failure during write operations will most likely lead to loss of data.
 Only remove the SD card when the device is in a de-energized state.
 Before switching off, ensure that no software write operations to the SD card are
in progress.

Do not apply any force (SD cards are protected against reverse insertion).
Inserting the SD card
1
Push the SD card into the SD slot (A) until it snaps into position.
Removing the SD card
1
Push the SD card in the SD slot (A) all the way in.
 This releases the lock mechanism and the SD card comes out of the SD slot a little.
2
Remove the SD card from the SD slot.
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6.4 Inserting and removing an SD card
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7.1 Safety regulations
7
Maintenance and service
7.1
Safety regulations

Read Chapter 3 Safety regulations,  11 before working with the device. This contains
important information for your personal safety.
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7.2 Maintenance
7.2
Maintenance
Devices with resistive touch are maintenance-free. However, the following work may be necessary:
 Cleaning of the resistive touch if contaminated.
 Recalibration of the resistive touch if it does not respond correctly to touch operation.
7.2.1
Cleaning the resistive touch
CAUTION
Cleaning the device
Damage to the device due to the use of pointed or sharp objects or by liquids.
 Do not use any pointed or sharp objects (e.g. knife) for cleaning.
 Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning agent or solvent.
 Avoid any liquid entering the device (risk of short-circuit).
1
7.2.2
Clean the resistive touch carefully with a clean, soft, damp cloth.
 With stubborn contamination, spray a little cleaning agent onto the damp cloth first.
Recalibrating a resistive touch
The resistive touch is already calibrated when delivered. However, it must be recalibrated if it does not
respond correctly to touch operation. Touch calibration, see Document «MN05010007Z-EN System
Description Windows CE».
7.2.3
Battery
The integrated battery cannot be exchanged. Lifespan, see Chapter 9.4 System,  63.
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7.3 Service
7.3
Service
7.3.1
Repairs
The device must only be opened by the manufacturer or by an authorized repair center.
Contact your local supplier or Eaton technical support for repairs.
Only the original packaging should be used for transporting the device.
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7.4 Troubleshooting
7.4
Troubleshooting
Fault and possible cause
Corrective action
Device does not start (boot).
Power supply interface does not have any
power.
Check the power supply cable.
While the device is starting (booting), the following
message appears:
«<50> Touch is dirty or defect»
(only appears if GALILEO is installed)
Resistive touch is not correctly calibrated.
 Start (boot) the device.
 Calibrate touch
(→ Document «MN05010007Z-EN System
Description Windows CE»).
The threaded pins for mounting the device
have been tightened too much.
Loosen the threaded pins (observe max.
torque, → Chapter 5.4.1,  46).
Device is faulty.
Send in your device for repair.
Display remains or becomes dark.
Backlight is switched off.
Check the function in the visualization software.
Backlight is faulty.
Send in your device for repair.
Touch does not react or does not react correctly to
touch operation.
Resistive touch is not correctly calibrated.
 Start (boot) the device.
 Calibrate touch
(→ Document «MN05010007Z-EN System
Description Windows CE»).
Touch is deactivated.
 Start (boot) the device.
 Activate touch
(→ Document «MN05010007Z-EN System
Description Windows CE»).
The icon
appears in the taskbar.
Incorrect operation of the operating elements
on the display.
Remove all objects from the area of the display.
The threaded pins for mounting the device have
been tightened too much.
Loosen the threaded pins (observe max.
torque, → Chapter 5.4.1,  46).
Device is faulty.
Send in your device for repair.
Tab. 25 Troubleshooting
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8.1 Safety regulations
8
Storage, transport and disposal
8.1
Safety regulations

8.2
Read Chapter 3 Safety regulations,  11 before installing and commissioning the device. This contains important information for your personal safety.
Storage
The ambient conditions for storage must be fulfilled. See Chapter 9.9 Ambient conditions,  69.
8.3
Transport
Damage to the device must be prevented during transport (use an appropriate packaging).
The ambient conditions must be fulfilled even when the device is transported. See Chapter 9.9 Ambient
conditions,  69.
1
Check the device on arrival for damage in transit.
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8.4 Disposal
8.4
Disposal
DANGER
Explosive and toxic materials
Any improper handling causes a risk of explosion due to the lithium battery soldered
in the device.
 Dispose of the device properly.
Devices that are no longer used must be properly disposed of in accordance with the applicable national
regulations or returned to the manufacturer or sales office.
Materials used in the
device
Component
Material
Housing
Galvanized sheet steel
Front plate
Aluminum, Peraluman 101 anodized
Back plate
PC-GF
Resistive touch back panel
Glass with polyester foil
Battery
Lithium
Electronic components
Various
Tab. 26 Materials used in the device

Materials used in the
packaging
The materials used for our housings are halogen-free.
Packaging
Material
External packaging
Cardboard
Internal packaging
 Cardboard with PE foil
 Plastic bag: Polyethylene (PE)
Tab. 27 Materials used in the packaging
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9.1 Dimensions and weights
Technical data
9.1
Dimensions and weights
9.1.1
5.7" devices
115
139
156
9
22.5
47.5
52.5
155
195
212
Fig. 31 Mechanical dimensions of the 5.7" devices in mm
Property
XV-152 5.7"
Height
156 mm
Width
212 mm
Depth
52.5 mm
Thickness of front plate
5 mm
Mounting depth
47.5 mm
Mounting cutout
198 mm × 142 mm (±1 mm)
Weight
Approx. 1.3 kg
Tab. 28 Dimensions and weights of the 5.7" devices
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9.1 Dimensions and weights
8.4" devices
115
192
208
9.1.2
155
259
275
22.5
47.5
52.5
Fig. 32 Mechanical dimensions of the 8.4" devices in mm
Property
XV-152 8.4"
Height
208 mm
Width
275 mm
Depth
52.5 mm
Thickness of front plate
5 mm
Mounting depth
47.5 mm
Mounting cutout
261 mm × 194 mm (±1 mm)
Weight
Approx. 2.1 kg
Tab. 29 Dimensions and weights of the 8.4" devices
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9.1 Dimensions and weights
10.4" devices
115
236
260
9.1.3
24
155
327
345
49
54
Fig. 33 Mechanical dimensions of the 10.4" devices in mm
Property
XV-152 10.4"
Height
260 mm
Width
345 mm
Depth
54 mm
Thickness of front plate
5 mm
Mounting depth
49 mm
Mounting cutout
329 mm × 238 mm (±1 mm)
Weight
Approx. 3.0 kg
Tab. 30 Dimensions and weights of the 10.4" devices
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9.2 Display
9.2
Display
Property
XV-152
Type
TFT-LCD
Resolution (W × H)
VGA (640 × 480 pixels)
Visible display area
5.7" devices
115 mm × 86 mm (5.7" screen diagonal)
8.4" devices
170 mm × 128 mm (8.4" screen diagonal)
10.4" devices
211 mm × 158 mm (10.4" screen diagonal)
Color resolution
64k colors
Contrast ratio
Normally 300:1
Brightness
Normally 350 cd/m2
Backlight
Technology
LED
Dimmable via software
5.7" devices
100 % … 3 % brightness
8.4" devices
100 % … 1 % brightness
10.4" devices
100 % … 1 % brightness
Lifespan
Normally 40 000 h
Resistive touch back panel
Touch sensor (glass with foil)
Tab. 31 Display
9.3
Touch sensor
Property
XV-152
Type
Resistive touch
Technology
4-wire
Tab. 32 Touch sensor
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9.4 System
9.4
System
Property
XV-152
Processor
RISC, 32-bit, 400 MHz
Internal memory
DRAM
64 MByte
NAND Flash
64 MByte
NVRAM
125 KByte
NOR Flash
2 MByte
External memory
SD memory card slot
1× SDA specification 1.00
Suitable for SD cards (not for SDHC cards or cards
of newer standard)
Use only original accessories.
Real-time clock (battery backup)
Battery type
CR2032 (190 mA/h), maintenance-free (soldered)
Backup time in de-energized state
Normally 10 years
Tab. 33 System
9.5
Interfaces
Property
XV-152
Ethernet
100Base-TX / 10Base-T
USB Device
USB 2.0, not electrically isolated
Interfaces, depending on the device version:
USB Host
USB 2.0 (1.5 / 12 / 480 MBit/s),
not electrically isolated
SmartWire-DT Master
SmartWire-DT, not electrically isolated
→ Chapter 9.5.2,  65
RS232 (System Port)
RS232, not electrically isolated
CAN
CAN, not electrically isolated
Profibus
Profibus, not electrically isolated, max. 1.5 Mbit/s
RS485
RS485, not electrically isolated
Power supply
→ Chapter 9.5.1,  64
DIAG
Only for service tasks
Jumper UPD/RUN
Only for service tasks
Tab. 34 Interfaces
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9.5 Interfaces
9.5.1
Power supply
Property
XV-152
Rated voltage
24 VDC SELV (safety extra low voltage)
Permissible voltage
 RMS value:
19.2 … 30.0 VDC
(rated voltage -20 % / +25 %)
 Absolute with ripple:
18.0… 31.2 VDC
 Battery operation:
18.0… 31.2 VDC
(rated voltage -25 % / +30 %)
 35 VDC for a period < 100 ms
Voltage dips
 10 ms from rated voltage (24 VDC)
 5 ms from undervoltage (20.4 VDC)
Power consumption
5.7" devices
Basic device
Max. 7 W
USB stations on USB host
Max. 2.5 W
Total
Max. 9.5 W
8.4" and 10.4" devices
Basic device
Max. 12 W
USB stations on USB host
Max. 2.5 W
Total
Max. 14.5 W
Current consumption
Continuous current
5.7" devices
Max. 0.4 A (24 VDC)
8.4" and 10.4" devices
Max. 0.6 A (24 VDC)
Starting current inrush
1.5 A2s
Protection against reverse polarity
Yes
Fuse
Yes (replacement only by the manufacturer or by an
authorized repair center)
Potential isolation
No
Tab. 35 Power supply
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9.5 Interfaces
9.5.2
SmartWire-DT Master
9.5.2.1
POW/AUX (power supply interface for SmartWire-DT)
Property
XV-152
Supply voltage UAux (control voltage for contactor coils)
Operating voltage
Rated voltage
24 VDC
Permissible voltage
RMS value:
20.4…28.8 VDC (rated voltage -15 % / +20 %)
Input voltage residual ripple
Max. 5 %
Protection against reverse polarity
Yes
Current
In accordance with DIN VDE 0641,
Part 11 and IEC/EN 60898
Max. 3 A1)
In accordance with UL 508
and CSA-22.2, No. 14
Max. 2 A1)
Short-circuit strength
No, external protection required
(e. g. FAZ Z3, → Chapter 5.3.8.3,  34)
Power loss
Normally 1 W
Potential isolation
No
Rated operating voltage of
24 VDC slaves
Normally UAux - 0.2 V
Supply voltage UPow (for SmartWire-DT slaves)
Supply voltage
Rated voltage
24 VDC
Permissible voltage
RMS value:
20.4…28.8 VDC (rated voltage -15 % / +20 %)
Input voltage residual ripple
Max. 5 %
Protection against reverse polarity
Yes
Current
Max. 0.7 A
Overload proof
Yes
Inrush current and length
12.5 A/6 ms
Power loss at 24 VDC
1.0 W
Potential isolation between UPow and
15 V SmartWire-DT supply voltage
No
Bridging voltage dips
10 ms
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Property
XV-152
Repetition rate
1s
Status indication
Yes (LEDs)
Tab. 36 POW/AUX (power supply interface for SmartWire-DT)
1) If contactors and/or motor starters with a total power consumption > 3 A (DIN VDE 0641, Part 11 and IEC/EN 60898) or > 2 A
(UL 508 and CSA-22.2, No. 14) are connected, a power feeder module EU5C-SWD-PF1 or EU5C-SWD-PF2 has to be used.
9.5.2.2
SWD (SmartWire-DT interface)
Property
XV-152
SmartWire-DT supply voltage UVP
Rated operating voltage
(internally transformed supply voltage UPow)
14.5 VDC ±3 % (14.0…15.0 VDC)
Current
Max. 0.7 A1)
Short-circuit strength
Yes
Number of SmartWire-DT slaves on the
SmartWire-DT netwerk
Max. 99
Address setting of the SmartWire-DT slaves
Automatic
Baud rate
 125 Kbit/s
 250 Kbit/s
Tab. 37 SWD (SmartWire-DT interface)
1) If SmartWire-DT slaves with a total power consumption > 0.7 A are connected, a power feeder module EU5C-SWD-PF2 has
to be used.
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9.6 Enclosure ratings
9.6
Enclosure ratings
Property
XV-152
Front
IP65, Enclosure Type 4X (indoor use only)
Required number of retaining brackets and
threaded pins for mounting:
 8 pieces each
Rear
IP20, Enclosure Type 1
Tab. 38 Enclosure ratings
9.7
Agency approvals and standards
Property
XV-152
EMC
2004/108/EC
Explosion protection
II 3D Ex tc IIIC T70°C IP6x (ATEX 94/9/EC):
 Zone 22, category 3D1)
Required number of retaining brackets and
threaded pins for mounting:
- 8 pieces each
UL
Devices delivered with a glued in seal:
UL 508, file no. E205091
Required number of retaining brackets and
threaded pins for mounting:
 8 pieces each
Tab. 39 Agency approvals and standards
1) Zone 22, category 3D:
- IP5x for devices of the group IIIB (non-conductive dust)
- IP6x for devices of the group IIIC (conductive dust)
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9.8 Applicable standards and regulations
9.8
Applicable standards and regulations
Property
XV-152
EMC (in relation to CE)
IEC/EN 61000-6-2
Immunity for industrial areas
IEC/EN 61000-6-4
Emission for industrial environments
IEC/EN 61131-2
Programmable logic controllers, equipment requirements and tests
IEC/EN 61000-6-3
Emission for residential, commercial and lightindustrial environments
Explosion protection (in relation to CE)
ATEX 94/9/EC: Zone 22, Category 3D (II 3D Ex tc IIIC T70°C IP6x):
IEC/EN 60079-0
Explosive atmospheres: equipment - general
requirements
IEC/EN 61241-0
IEC/EN 61241-1
Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of
combustible dust
Safety
IEC/EN 60950
Safety of information technology equipment
UL 508
Industrial control equipment
(Engineering conditions of acceptability by UL,
→ Kapitel 5.2.1,  22)
Product standards
EN 50178
Electronic equipment for use in power installations
IEC/EN 61131-2
Programmable logic controllers, equipment requirements and tests
Tab. 40 Applicable standards and regulations
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9.9 Ambient conditions
9.9
Ambient conditions
Property
XV-152
Temperature
Operation
0 … 50°C
Storage / Transport
-20 … 60°C
Relative air humidity
10 … 95%, non-condensing
Vibration in accordance with IEC/EN 60068-2-6
Displacement:
 5…9 Hz: 3.5 mm
 9…60 Hz: 0.15 mm
Acceleration:
 60…150 Hz: 2 g
Schock in accordance with IEC/EN 60068-2-27
15 g / 11 ms
Fall test
In accordance with IEC/EN 60068-2-31
Tab. 41 Ambient conditions
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