Sick UE 4100 for I/O Function Package Operating instructions

Sick UE 4100 for I/O Function Package Operating instructions
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Operating Instructions
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1.1
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
Emergency stop.....................................................................................................4
Emergency stop (single-channel)........................................................4
1.1.1
1.1.2
Emergency stop (two-channel, common testing)...............................4
1.1.3
Emergency stop (two-channel, isolated testing)................................5
Safety switches and safety locking devices.........................................................5
1.2.1
Safety switch (single-channel) ............................................................5
1.2.2
Safety switch (two-channel) ................................................................5
1.2.3
Safety switch (two-channel, complementary) ....................................5
1.2.4
Safety locking device (single-channel) ...............................................6
1.2.5
Safety locking device (two-channel) with safety switch
(single-channel) ...................................................................................6
1.2.6
Safety locking device (two-channel) with indicator............................7
T 4000 Compact ...................................................................................................7
Two-hand (type IIIC) ...............................................................................................8
Electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE) with output signal
switching device (OSSD) .......................................................................................8
1.5.1
ESPE self-testing (type 2/3/4)............................................................9
1.5.2
ESPE testable (type 2).........................................................................9
1.5.3
ESPE self-monitoring...........................................................................9
Control switches ..................................................................................................10
1.6.1
Control switch without indicator display ..........................................10
1.6.2
Control switch with indicator display................................................10
Enabling switch (two-channel) ............................................................................11
Operating mode selector switch 3 times complementary ................................12
Operating mode selector switch 1 of n ..............................................................13
Muting sensor untested......................................................................................13
Reset button with test signal..............................................................................14
DESINA.................................................................................................................14
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1.4
1.5
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The function package UE 4100 for I/O expands the functions of the CDS with pre-configured applications for the field signal inputs.
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In the CDS, the pre-configured applications from this function package can be recognized
by means of the prefix I/O:.
The available pre-configured applications are described in the following sections.
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Depending on the required control category, you can realise the emergency stop as
follows:
• single-channel
• two-channel with common testing
• two-channel with isolated testing
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The categorisation of contact switching elements (e.g. safety switch and emergency stop)
in a control category depends not only on the connection layout (single-channel/twochannel), but also on the type (single/redundant, type of testing). You must therefore
always select the appropriate switching element for the required control category and
connection layout.
For the Emergency stop application, you must configure the outputs (Out) used as test
signals and the safety input (In) as signal input.
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Fig. 1: Example of a circuit
for an emergency stop
(single-channel)
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
In the case of single-channel switching you can use the second input/output (In B and
Out B) for another application.
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Fig. 2: Example of a circuit
for an emergency stop (twochannel, common testing)
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
With a two-channel connection layout with common testing, the test signal allocation of the
unused output (Out B) is irrelevant for the application Emergency stop (two-channel,
common testing). The test signal allocation can therefore not be configured.
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Fig. 3: Example of a circuit
for an emergency stop (twochannel, isolated testing)
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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Fig. 4: Example of a circuit
for a safety switch (singlechannel)
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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safety switch (two-channel)
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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Fig. 6: Example of a circuit
for a safety switch (twochannel, complementary)
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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Out B
In B
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The safety locking device has a contact for monitoring the solenoid coil (solenoid coil
monitoring contact). The solenoid coil monitoring contact is closed when the safety locking
device is locked. The solenoid coil monitoring contact is open when the safety locking
device is unlocked. With the application Safety locking device (single-channel), you can
connect the solenoid coil monitoring contact to the bus node. In this way the FPLC can
check the status of the locking.
Fig. 7: Example of a circuit
for a safety locking device
(single-channel)
Electrically locked
Mechanically locked
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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Out B
In B
In A
GND
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The safety locking device has two contacts for monitoring the solenoid coil (solenoid coil
monitoring contacts). The solenoid coil monitoring contacts are closed when the safety
locking devices is locked. The solenoid coil monitoring contacts are open when the safety
locking devices is unlocked. With the application Safety locking device (two-channel) with
safety switch (single-channel), you can connect the solenoid coil monitoring contacts to
the bus node. In this way the FPLC can check the status of the locking.
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Fig. 8: Example of a circuit
for a safety locking device
(two-channel) with safety
switch (single-channel)
The application Safety locking device (two-channel) with safety switch (one-channel)
consists of two parts, which are both contained in the Application list. To use the
application Safety locking device (two-channel) with safety switch (single-channel), you
must configure both parts. You can configure each of the two parts on any field signal
connection.
Out A
Out B
1 In B
In A
GND
Out A
Out B
2 In B
In A
GND
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The safety locking device has two contacts for monitoring the solenoid coil (solenoid coil
monitoring contacts). The solenoid coil monitoring contacts are closed when the safety
locking devices is locked. The solenoid coil monitoring contacts are open when the safety
locking devices is unlocked. With the application Safety locking device (two-channel) with
indicator, you can connect the solenoid coil monitoring contacts to the bus node. In this
way the FPLC can check the status of the locking.
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The application Safety locking device (two channel) with indicator consists of two parts,
which are both contained in the Application list. To use the application Safety locking
device (two-channel) with indicator, you must configure both parts. You can configure
each of the two parts on any field signal connection.
Fig. 9: Example of a circuit
for a safety locking device
(two-channel) with indicator
Out A
Out B
1 In B
In A
GND
Out A
Out B
2 In B
In A
GND
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Using the T 4000 Compact, you can achieve control category 3 as a maximum.
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Fig. 10: Example of a circuit
for a T 4000 Compact
T 4000 Compact
I/O
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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With this form of two-hand control unit, both actuating elements are connected twochannel complementary. I.e. the two-hand control console occupies both channels on this
field signal connection and the following field signal connection. The actuating element
must be operated synchronously.
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• The bus node can only monitor the discrepancy time between the two channels of one
actuating element. For this reason the FPLC must monitor that both actuating elements
are operated simultaneously.
• You can set the input delay and the discrepancy time only for the first of the two field
signal connections. The values then also apply to the second of the two field signal
connections.
Fig. 11: Example of a circuit
for a two-hand (type IIIC)
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
I/O n + 1
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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In the connection of electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE), the sender and the
receiver can be considered as a system's inputs and outputs. Sender and receiver are
allowed to use the same power supply (output Out A, permanently 24 V). Output Out B is
present at the test input of the sender as a test signal. The switching outputs of the
receiver are present on inputs In A and In B.
Many EPSE senders have a test input using which the function of the sender and the
related receiver can be checked. During the test, the sender no longer emits light beams.
Thus, it simulates — for the receiver — an interruption of the protective field. The sender
test is performed when 0 V is present at the test input.
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Only use this application if EPSE sender and receiver are self-testing, e.g.
• multi-beam photoelectric safety switch MSL (type 4)
• multi-beam photoelectric safety switch M 2000 (type 2)
• safety laser scanner PLS, S 3000 (type 3)
• safety light curtain C 2000 (type 2)
• safety light curtains C 4000 and FGS (type 4)
Fig. 12: Example of a circuit
for a self-testing ESPE (safety
light curtains or safety
photoelectric switches)
24 V
Test
24 V
24 V
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
Fig. 13: Example of a circuit
for a self-testing ESPE (safety
laser scanner)
OSSD2
OSSD1
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
24 V
OSSD2
OSSD1
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In this application the test output (Out B) is connected as a signal output. The EPSE can be
tested at appropriate intervals with the aid of this output. Suitable devices must have type
2 approval in compliance with IEC 61 496, e.g.
• single-beam photoelectric switches WS/WE 12-2 P-160/460
• single-beam photoelectric switches WS/WE 18-2 P-162/460/660
• single-beam photoelectric switches WS/WE 24-2 P-250/260/450/460
• single-beam photoelectric switches WS/WE 27-2 F-430/450 S-05/730/750
• single-beam photoelectric switches VS/VE 18
This function must be triggered and evaluated in the FPLC.
Fig. 14: Example of a circuit
for a testable ESPE (type 2)
24 V
Test
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
24 V
OSSD1
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Suitable devices are e.g. the one-beam photoelectric switches WSU/WEU 26-2-130/230
using which the system achieves type 4 in compliance with IEC 61 496.
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• In this application, both OSSDs must always be connected and floating.
• The application ESPE self-monitoring consists of two parts, which are both contained in
the Application list. Connect the floating contacts to part 1 of the application and the
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voltage supply to part 2. To use the application ESPE self-monitoring, you must
configure both parts.
• You can configure each of the two parts on any field signal connection.
Fig. 15: Example of a circuit
for a self-monitoring ESPE
Floating contacts (part 1)
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
24 V
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
0V
OSSD2
OSSD1
24 V
0V
Voltage supply (part 2)
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You can connect control switches to the field-signal connection in the same way as tactile
sensors. This enables you to carry out all the usually functions of the control switches, e.g.
reset, restart or startup.
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E.g. can be used as reset button/start button.
Fig. 16: Example of a circuit
for a control switch without
indicator display
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
You can use the unused second channel (Out B and In B) for a further application.
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Fig. 17: Example of a circuit
for a control switch with
indicator display
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
You must ensure that the FPLC actually controls the indicator.
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The application Enabling switch (two-channel) is suitable for the connection of manually
operated control switches. After operating the enabling switch, authorised personnel can
then enter the hazardous areas, e.g. to perform programming, setup, testing or service
tasks.
You can connect two or three-stage enabling switches.
Fig. 18: Example of circuit for
a three-stage enabling switch
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2
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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You can connect a complementary signal pair on each of up to four field connections in
sequence on the bus node. A signal pair corresponds to one safe input signal. The bus
node monitors that the signal pair is complementary.
The bus node transmits the result of the complementary check in channel A in the process
image. Channel B always remains 0. On this topic see section “Two-channel connection
layout on the field signal connections” in the operating instructions for the UE 4100. You
can evaluate the result from all channels in the FPLC as a dual number and thus differentiate between the operating modes. Thus, e.g. with four input signals there are 24 = 16
possible operating modes. In comparison to the application Operating mode selector
switch 1 of n(see section 1.9 on page 13), you need fewer field signal connections with
this application to be able to realise numerous operating modes.
Fig. 19: Example of a circuit
for an operating mode
selector switch 3 times
complementary
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I/O n
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
I/O n + 1
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
I/O n + 2
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
You can set the input delay and the discrepancy time only for the first of the field signal
connections used. The values then apply for all further field signal connections used by the
operating mode selector switch.
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You can connect an operating mode selector switch with up to eight switch positions to the
field signal connections. In this application, one channel on a field signal connection corresponds to exactly one operating mode. For the application Operating mode selector switch
1 of 8 you will need e.g. four field-signal connections.
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• The number of defined operating modes must match the number of operating modes
defined for the controlled device or for the FPLC.
• You must always connect the outputs on the operating mode selector switch to field
signal connections in order, starting with channel A for the first field signal connection
used. Example: Operating mode selector switch 1 of 3 on field signal connection 5,
channel A and B and on field signal connection 6, channel A.
• You can set the input delay only for channel A on the first of the field signal connections
used. The values then apply for all further field signal connections used by the operating
mode selector switch.
Fig. 20: Example of a circuit
for an operating mode
selector switch 1 of 6
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
I/O n + 1
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
I/O n
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
Test
If you want to use fewer field signal connections, then you can also realise the operating
mode selector switch with application Operating mode selector switch 3 times
complementary(see section 1.8 on page 12).
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Suitable muting sensors are e.g. reflective photoelectric proximity switches, reflective
photoelectric switches, one-beam photoelectric switches and magnetic proximity sensors.
Fig. 21: Example of a circuit
for an untested MutingSensor
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24 V
Out A
Out B
In B
Q
In A
GND
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Unlike the applications for control switches (see section 1.6 on page 10), the bus node
monitors the input signal with a test signal.
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The bus node transfers the input signal in the process image only after it has detected the
test signal. The input signal is thus monitored for short-circuits. If the bus node does not
detect the test signal, then is does not report the input signal to the FPLC and transfers an
error message in the diagnostic image.
Fig. 22: Example of a circuit
for a reset button
Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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DESINA stands for Decentral and Standardised Installation system for machine tools and
production systems.
DESINA describes an installation system and specifies the components necessary for
uniform decentralisation of the field devices with high enclosure rating independent of the
fieldbus.
The application DESINA corresponds to a two-channel connection with common testing
and complementary connection layout. The bus node monitors the discrepancy time and
that the input signals are complementary. Further information on the complementary
monitoring is included in the operating instructions “UE 4100 Profibus Bus Node”.
Fig. 23: Example of a circuit
for DESINA
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Out A
Out B
In B
In A
GND
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Fig. 1:
Example of a circuit for an emergency stop (single-channel) ................................. 4
Fig. 2:
Example of a circuit for an emergency stop (two-channel, common testing) ........ 4
Fig. 3:
Example of a circuit for an emergency stop (two-channel, isolated testing) ......... 5
Fig. 4:
Example of a circuit for a safety switch (single-channel) ........................................ 5
Fig. 5:
Example circuits for a safety switch (two-channel).................................................. 5
Fig. 6:
Example of a circuit for a safety switch (two-channel, complementary) ................ 5
Fig. 7:
Example of a circuit for a safety locking device (single-channel) ........................... 6
Fig. 8:
Example of a circuit for a safety locking device (two-channel) with safety
switch (single-channel).............................................................................................. 6
Fig. 9:
Example of a circuit for a safety locking device (two-channel) with
indicator..................................................................................................................... 7
Fig. 10:
Example of a circuit for a T 4000 Compact ............................................................. 7
Fig. 11:
Example of a circuit for a two-hand (type IIIC) ......................................................... 8
Fig. 12:
Example of a circuit for a self-testing ESPE (safety light curtains or safety
photoelectric switches) ............................................................................................. 9
Fig. 13:
Example of a circuit for a self-testing ESPE (safety laser scanner) ........................ 9
Fig. 14:
Example of a circuit for a testable ESPE (type 2) .................................................... 9
Fig. 15:
Example of a circuit for a self-monitoring ESPE .................................................... 10
Fig. 16:
Example of a circuit for a control switch without indicator display ...................... 10
Fig. 17:
Example of a circuit for a control switch with indicator display............................ 10
Fig. 18:
Example of circuit for a three-stage enabling switch ............................................ 11
Fig. 19:
Example of a circuit for an operating mode selector switch 3 times
complementary ....................................................................................................... 12
Fig. 20:
Example of a circuit for an operating mode selector switch 1 of 6...................... 13
Fig. 21:
Example of a circuit for an untested Muting-Sensor............................................. 13
Fig. 22:
Example of a circuit for a reset button................................................................... 14
Fig. 23:
Example of a circuit for DESINA ............................................................................. 14
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