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L−force Communication

Communication Manual

DeviceNet

E82ZAFVC001 / E82ZAFVC010

Function module

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About this documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.1

Document history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.2

Conventions used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.3

Terminology used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.4

Notes used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2.1

General safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2.2

Device− and application−specific safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2.3

Residual hazards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Product description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3.1

Application as directed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3.2

Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3.3

Product features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3.4

Connections and interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4.1

General data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4.2

Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4.3

Protective insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4.4

Connection terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4.5

Communication time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4.6

Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.1

Mechanical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.2

Electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.2.1

Wiring according to EMC (CE−typical drive system)

5.2.2

Wiring with a host (master)

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5.2.3

Voltage supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.2.4

Terminal assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.2.5

Cable cross−sections and screw−tightening torques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.2.6

Bus cable length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.2.7

Use of plug connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.1

Before switching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.2

Commissioning steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.3

Controls and displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.3.1

Possible settings using the front switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.1

LED status displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.2

Troubleshooting and fault elimination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9.1

Data transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9.1.1

Overview of the implemented objects for the function module . . . . . . .

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About this documentation

Contents

This documentation exclusively contains descriptions regarding the E82ZAFVC001

(DeviceNet) and E82ZAFVC010 (DeviceNet PT) function modules.

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Note!

This documentation supplements the mounting instructions supplied with the function module and the documentation for the standard devices used .

The mounting instructions contain safety instructions which must be observed!

ƒ The features and functions of the function module are described in detail.

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Typical applications are explained by means of examples.

Moreover, this documentation contains the following:

– Safety instructions which must be observed.

– The essential technical data of the function module

– Information on versions of the Lenze standard devices to be used

– Notes on troubleshooting and fault elimination

The theoretical concepts are only explained to the level of detail required to understand the function of the function module.

Depending on the software version of the controller and the version of the »Engineer« software installed, the screenshots in this documentation may deviate from the

»Engineer« representation.

This documentation does not describe any software provided by other manufacturers. No liability can be accepted for corresponding data provided in this documentation. For information on how to use the software, please refer to the host system (master) documents.

All brand names mentioned in this documentation are trademarks of their respective owners.

Validity information

The information given in this documentation is valid for the following devices:

Function module

DeviceNet

DeviceNet PT

Type designation

E82ZAFVC001

E82ZAFVC010 from hardware version

Vx

Vx from software version

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About this documentation

Document history

Target group

This documentation is intended for all persons who plan, install, commission and maintain the networking and remote service of a machine.

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Tip!

Information and auxiliary devices related to the Lenze products can be found in the download area at http://www.Lenze.com

Document history

Material no.

.IFõ

Version

1.0

4.0

06/2004

03/2012

Description

TD06 First edition

TD29 General revision

Your opinion is important to us!

These instructions were created to the best of our knowledge and belief to give you the best possible support for handling our product.

If you have suggestions for improvement, please e−mail us to: feedback−[email protected]

Thank you for your support.

Your Lenze documentation team

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1.3

About this documentation

Conventions used

Conventions used

This documentation uses the following conventions to distinguish between different types of information:

Identification Examples/notes Type of information

Spelling of numbers

Decimal separator

Decimal

Hexadecimal

Binary l Nibble

Text

Program name

Point In general, the decimal point is used.

For instance: 1234.56

Standard notation For example: 1234

0x[0 ... 9, A ... F] For example: 0x60F4

In quotation marks

Point

For example: ´100´

For example: ´0110.0100´

» « PC software

For example: »Engineer«, »Global Drive

Control« (GDC)

Icons

Page reference ^ Reference to another page with additional information

For instance: ^ 16 = see page 16

Terminology used

Term

PROFIBUS

Standard device

Controller

Frequency inverter

Master

Slave

Code

Subcode

POW

PIW

Meaning

The term stands for the PROFIBUS−DP variant according to IEC 61158/IEC 61784. A different PROFIBUS variant is not described in this manual.

Lenze controllers/frequency inverters for which the function module can be used.

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PROFIBUS station which takes over the master function in the fieldbus system.

PROFIBUS station which acts as a slave in the fieldbus system.

"Container" for one or more parameters which can be used to parameterise or monitor the controller.

If a code contains more than one parameter, these parameters are stored in

"subcodes".

In this documentation, a slash "/" is used as a separator when specifying a code and its subcode (e.g. "C00118/3").

Process output data word

Process input data word

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Notes used

Notes used

The following pictographs and signal words are used in this documentation to indicate dangers and important information:

Safety instructions

Structure of safety instructions:

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Danger!

(characterises the type and severity of danger)

Note

(describes the danger and gives information about how to prevent dangerous situations)

Pictograph and signal word

{

Danger!

}

Danger!

(

Stop!

Application notes

Pictograph and signal word

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Note!

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Tip!

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Meaning

Danger of personal injury through dangerous electrical voltage.

Reference to an imminent danger that may result in death or serious personal injury if the corresponding measures are not taken.

Danger of personal injury through a general source of danger.

Reference to an imminent danger that may result in death or serious personal injury if the corresponding measures are not taken.

Danger of property damage.

Reference to a possible danger that may result in property damage if the corresponding measures are not taken.

Meaning

Important note to ensure troublefree operation

Useful tip for simple handling

Reference to another documentation

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Safety instructions

General safety information

Safety instructions

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Note!

It is absolutely vital that the stated safety measures are implemented in order to prevent serious injury to persons and damage to material assets.

Always keep this documentation to hand in the vicinity of the product during operation.

General safety information

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Danger!

Disregarding the following basic safety measures may lead to severe personal injury and damage to material assets!

ƒ Lenze drive and automation components ...

... must only be used for the intended purpose.

... must never be operated if damaged.

... must never be subjected to technical modifications.

... must never be operated unless completely assembled.

... must never be operated without the covers/guards.

... can − depending on their degree of protection − have live, movable or rotating parts during or after operation. Surfaces can be hot.

ƒ

ƒ

All specifications of the corresponding enclosed documentation must be observed.

This is vital for a safe and trouble−free operation and for achieving the specified product features.

The procedural notes and circuit details provided in this document are proposals which the user must check for suitability for his application. The manufacturer does not accept any liability for the suitability of the specified procedures and circuit proposals.

Only qualified skilled personnel are permitted to work with or on Lenze drive and automation components.

According to IEC 60364 or CENELEC HD 384, these are persons ...

... who are familiar with the installation, assembly, commissioning and operation of the product,

... possess the appropriate qualifications for their work,

... and are acquainted with and can apply all the accident prevent regulations, directives and laws applicable at the place of use.

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Safety instructions

Device− and application−specific safety instructions

Device− and application−specific safety instructions

ƒ During operation, the function module must be firmly connected to the standard device.

ƒ

ƒ

With external voltage supply, always use a separate power supply unit, safely separated to EN 61800−5−1 ("SELV"/"PELV"), in every control cabinet.

Only use cables corresponding to the given specifications ( ¶

21).

,

Documentation for the standard device, control system, system/machine

All other measures prescribed in this documentation must also be implemented. Observe the safety instructions and application notes stated in the documentation.

Residual hazards

Protection of persons

ƒ If the controllers are used on a phase earthed mains with a rated mains voltage

³ 400 V, protection against accidental contact is not ensured without implementing

external measures. (See chapter "4.3",

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Device protection

ƒ The module contains electronic components that can be damaged or destroyed by electrostatic discharge.

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Product description

Application as directed

Product description

Application as directed

The E82ZAFVC001 function module ...

ƒ is an accessory module for use in conjunction with the following Lenze standard devices:

Product range

Frequency inverter

Motor starter

ƒ

Device designation

8200 vector

8200 motec starttec from hardware version

Vx14

Vx14

Vx1x is a device intended for use in industrial power systems.

Any other use shall be deemed inappropriate!

The E82ZAFVC010 function module ...

ƒ is an accessory module for use in conjunction with the following Lenze standard devices:

Product range

Frequency inverter

ƒ

Device designation

8200 vector from hardware version

Vx14 is a device intended for use in industrial power systems.

Any other use shall be deemed inappropriate!

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Identification

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3.2

Identification

‚ƒ

A22 APPLICATION

010 / 3A22

010 / 3A22 L

Type

Id.-No.

Prod.-No.

Ser.-No.

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E82AF000P0B201XX

Product range

DeviceNet

Generation

Variant:

001: Coated design

010: PT design

Hardware version

Software version

E82ZAF

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V C

E82ZAFX005

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Product description

Product features

Product features

The E82ZAFVC0xx function module (DeviceNet / DeviceNet PT) connects the basic device to the serial communication system DeviceNet.

Basic devices can be retrofitted.

The function module adds functions to the controller, e.g.

ƒ Parameter selection/remote parameter setting

ƒ Connection to external controls and hosts

The function module is provided with a DIP switch. This DIP switch serves to set the following:

ƒ Address

ƒ Baud rate

ƒ Compatibility to the Lenze E82ZAFD000Vx04 function module

Besides using the DIP switch, the device address and baud rate can also be set via software.

In this mode, the function module can either automatically or manually detect the baud rate.

The function module must always be supplied externally.

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Connections and interfaces

Function module E82ZAFVC001

Product description

Connections and interfaces

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Description

Status display (two−colour green / red), connection to the standard device

Status display (two−colour green / red), connection to the bus l l

DIP switches for setting l Node address ("Address")

Baud rate ("Bd")

Compatibility with Lenze function module E82ZAFD (DeviceNet)

Terminal strip X3, connections for l l l

DeviceNet

Controller inhibit (CINH)

External voltage supply (via DeviceNet cable)

Nameplate

E82ZAFV001E

Detailed information

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Connections and interfaces

Function module E82ZAFVC010

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5

Pos.

0

1

2

3

Description

Status display (two−colour green / red), connection to the standard device

Status display (two−colour green / red), connection to the bus

DIP switches for setting l l

Node address ("Address")

Baud rate ("Bd") l Compatibility with Lenze function module E82ZAFD (DeviceNet) l l

Plug connector with double screw connection X3.1, connections for

DeviceNet

External voltage supply (via DeviceNet cable)

Plug connector with spring connection X3.2, connections for l Controller inhibit (CINH)

Nameplate

E82ZAFD101A

Detailed information

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4.2

Technical data

General data

Technical data

General data

Field

Communication profile

Communication medium

Network topology

Max. number of devices

DeviceNet device

Baud rate [kbit/s]

Achievable bus cable length

External voltage supply

Values

DeviceNet

DIN ISO 11898

Line terminated at both ends (R = 120 Ohms)

63

Slave

125, 250, 500

Depending on the cable used, see ^

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See ^

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Operating conditions

Ambient conditions

Climate

Storage

Transport

Operation

Pollution

Degree of protection

IEC/EN 60721−3−1

IEC/EN 60721−3−2

1K3 (−25 to +60 °C)

2K3 (−25 to +70 °C)

Corresponding to the data of the Lenze standard device used (see documentation of the standard device).

EN 61800−5−1 Degree of pollution 2

IP20 (protection against accidental contact according to NEMA 250 type 1)

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Technical data

Protective insulation

Protective insulation

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Danger!

Dangerous electrical voltage

If Lenze controllers are used on a phase earthed mains with a rated mains voltage

³

400 V, protection against accidental contact is not ensured without implementing external measures.

Possible consequences:

ƒ Death or serious injury

Protective measures:

ƒ If protection against accidental contact is required for the control terminals of the controller and the connections of the plugged device modules, ...

– a double isolating distance must exist.

– the components to be connected must be provided with the second isolating distance.

E82ZAFVC001 function module l l l l l

Protective insulation between bus and ...

reference earth / PE (X3/SH) external supply (X3/V+) supply for CINH (X3/20) controller inhibit, CINH (X3/28) power section

– 8200 vector

– 8200 motec

– starttec l control terminals

– 8200 vector

– 8200 motec

E82ZAFVC010 function module l l l l

Protective insulation between bus and ...

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Reference earth / PE (X3.1/SH)

External supply (X3.1/V+)

Supply for CINH (X3.2/20)

Controller inhibit, CINH (X3.2/28)

8200 vectorpower unit

8200 vector control terminals

Type of insulation (acc. to EN 61800−5−1)

Functional insulation

No electrical isolation

No electrical isolation

Functional insulation

Reinforced insulation

Reinforced insulation

Reinforced insulation

Functional insulation

Functional insulation

Type of insulation

Functional insulation

No functional insulation

No functional insulation

Functional insulation

Double insulation

Functional insulation

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Connection terminals

4.4

X3.2/

7

39

28

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Connection terminals

E82ZAFVC001 function module

X3/

V+

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39

28

20

E82ZAFVC010 function module

X3.1/

V+

External DC voltage supply of the function module:

+24 V DC ±10 %, max. 80 mA

The current flowing via terminal V+ during looping through of the supply voltage to other devices, is to amount to a maximum of 3 A.

Reference potential 1

Reference potential 2 of the controller inhibit (CINH) at X3/28

Controller inhibit l Start = HIGH (+12 V ... +30 V) l Stop = LOW (0 V ... +3 V)

Input resistance: 3.3

 k W

+ 20 V internal for CINH, reference potential 1, load capacity: I max

30 mA

=

External DC voltage supply of the function module:

+24 V DC ±10 %, max. 80 mA

The current flowing via terminal V+ during looping through of the supply voltage to other devices, is to amount to a maximum of 3 A.

Reference potential 1

Reference potential 2 of controller inhibit (CINH) at X3.2/28

Controller inhibit l Start = HIGH (+12 V ... +30 V) l Stop = LOW (0 V ... +3 V)

Input resistance: 3.3

 k W

+ 20 V internal for CINH, reference potential 1, load capacity: I max

30 mA

=

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Technical data

Communication time

Communication time

The communication time is the time between the start of a request and the arrival of the corresponding response.

The communication times depend on ...

ƒ the processing time in the controller

ƒ the transmission delay time

– the baud rate

– the telegram length

The communication time is the time between the start of a request and the arrival of the corresponding response.

The CAN bus communication times depend on ...

ƒ

ƒ the processing time in the controller (see documentation of the controller)

Telegram runtime

– baud rate

– telegram length

ƒ the data priority

ƒ the bus load

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Dimensions

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Dimensions

E82ZAFVC001 function module a b c

E82ZAFVC010 function module

51 mm

64 mm

15 mm

E82ZAFD001E a b b1 e

E1

51 mm

72 mm

64 mm

30 mm

15 mm

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5.2.1

Installation

Mechanical installation

Wiring according to EMC (CE−typical drive system)

Installation

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Danger!

Inappropriate handling of the function module and the standard device can cause serious injuries to persons and damage to material assets.

Observe the safety instructions and residual hazards included in the documentation of the standard device.

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Stop!

The device contains components that can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge!

Before working on the device, the personnel must ensure that they are free of electrostatic charge by using appropriate measures.

Mechanical installation

Follow the notes given in the Mounting Instructions for the standard device for the mechanical installation of the function module.

The Mounting Instructions for the standard device ...

ƒ are part of the scope of supply and are enclosed with each device.

ƒ

ƒ provide tips to avoid damage provide tips to avoid damage through improper handling.

describe the obligatory order of installation steps.

Electrical installation

Wiring according to EMC (CE−typical drive system)

For wiring according to EMC requirements observe the following points:

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Note!

ƒ Separate control cables/data lines from motor cables.

ƒ Connect the shields of control cables/data lines at both ends in the case of digital signals.

ƒ Use an equalizing conductor with a cross−section of at least 16mm

2

(reference:PE) to avoid potential differences between the bus nodes.

ƒ Observe the other notes concerning EMC−compliant wiring given in the documentation for the standard device.

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Installation

Electrical installation

Wiring with a host (master)

Wiring with a host (master)

The following figure shows the cable routing for the function module:

5

Adress Bd

D

V

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

V- CL SH CH V+ V- CL SH CH V+ 7 39 28 20

Adress Bd

D

V

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

V- CL SH CH V+ V- CL SH CH V+ 7 39 28 20

VCL SH CH V+

7 39 28 20

VCL SH CH V+

7 39 28 20

DeviceNet

DeviceNet

E82ZAFD019 E82ZAFD102

For integrating the function modules a PC with installed configuration software is used.

Specification of the transmission cable

The nodes on the bus system have to be wired with a fieldbus cable (DeviceNet thick or thin cable ) complying with the DeviceNet specification (DeviceNet Adaption of CIP, Edition 1.1,

Volume Three).

Manufacturers of DeviceNet thick and thin cables for example are Belden Inc., Lapp Group,

C&M Corp., and Madison Cable Corp.

Colour code for the DeviceNet cable

Fig. 5−1

Connection

V−

CL

SH

CH

V+

DeviceNet wiring with the E82ZAFVC001 function module

Name

Reference potential for external voltage supply

CAN−LOW

SHIELD

CAN−HIGH

External supply voltage

Colour

Black

Blue

(shining)

White

Red

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Electrical installation

Wiring with a host (master)

Properties of the "Thick Cable" in accordance with DeviceNet specification

General features

Structure

Total shielding

Drain wire

Outer diameter

Concentricity

Cable sheath labelling

Spec. DC resistance (braid, wrapping, leakage)

Certifications (U.S. and Canada)

Bend radius

Ambient temperature (operation)

Storage temperature

Pull tension

Two shielded balanced lines, common axis with drain wire in the centre

65% coverage

AWG 36 (at least 0.12 mm) of tin−coated copper braid (individually tinned)

At least copper 18; at least 19 cores (individually tinned)

10.41 ... 12.45 mm

The radius deviation has to be within 15 % of half the outside diameter.

Name of vendor, part no., and additional labelling

5.74 W /km (nom. up to 20 °C)

NEC (UL), CL2/CL3 (min.)

20 x diameter (installation) / 7 x diameter (fixed)

−20 ... +60 °C at 8 amperes; linear current derating to zero at 80 °C

−40 ... +85 °C

845.5 N max

Features of the data line

Conductor pair

Insulation diameter

Colours

Pair windings / m

Shielding/conductor pair

Impedance

Capacitance between conductors

Capacitance between one conductor and another which is connected to the shield.

Capacitive assymetry

Spec. DC resistance at 20 °C

Damping

At least copper 18; at least 19 cores (individually tinned)

3.81 mm (nom.)

Light blue, white

Approx. 10

2000/1000, Al/Mylar, Al side on the outside, w/shorting fold (for tensile load)

120 W +/− 10 % at 1 MHz

39.37 pF/m at 1 kHz (nom.)

78.74 pF/m at 1 kHz (nom.)

3937 pF/km at 1 kHz (nom.)

22.64 W /km (max.)

0.43 dB/100 m at 125 kHz (max.)

0.82 dB/100 m at 500 kHz (max.)

1.31 dB/100 m at 1.00 MHz (max.)

Features of the voltage line

Conductor pair

Insulation diameter

Colours

Pair windings / m

Shielding/conductor pair

Spec. DC resistance at 20 °C

At least copper 15; at least 19 cores (individually tinned)

2.49 mm (nom.)

Red / black

Approx. 10

1000/1000, Al/Mylar, Al side on the outside, with w/shorting fold (for tensile load)

11.81 W /km (max.)

Properties of the "Thin Cable" in accordance with DeviceNet specification

General features

Structure

Total shielding

Drain wire

Outer diameter

Concentricity

Cable sheath labelling

Spec. DC resistance (braid, wrapping, leakage)

Certifications (U.S. and Canada)

Bend radius

Ambient temperature (operation)

Storage temperature

Pull tension

Two shielded balanced lines, common axis with drain wire in the centre

65% coverage

AWG 36 (at least 0.12 mm) of tin−coated copper braid (individually tinned)

At least copper 22; at least 19 cores (individually tinned)

6.096 ... 7.112 mm

The radius deviation has to be within 20 % of half the outside diameter.

Name of vendor, part no., and additional labelling

10.5 W /km (nom. at 20 °C)

NEC (UL), CL2 (min.)

20 x diameter (installation) / 7 x diameter (fixed)

−20 ... +70 °C at 1.5 amperes; linear current derating to zero at 80 °C

−40 ... +85°C

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Wiring with a host (master)

Features of the data line

Insulation diameter

Conductor pair

Colours

Pair windings / m

Shielding/conductor pair

Impedance

Runtime

Capacitance between conductors

Capacitance between one conductor and another which is connected to the shield.

Capacitive assymetry

Spec. DC resistance at 20 °C

Damping

1.96 mm (nom.)

At least copper 24; at least 19 cores (individually tinned)

Light blue, white

Approx. 16

1000/1000, Al/Mylar, Al side on the outside, with w/shorting fold (for tensile load)

120 W +/− 10 % at 1 MHz

4.46 ns/m (max.)

39.37 pF/m at 1 kHz (nom.)

78.74 pF/m at 1 kHz (nom.)

3.94 pF/km at 1 kHz (max.)

91.86 W /km (max.)

0.95 dB/100 m at 125 kHz (max.)

1.64 dB/100 m at 500 kHz (max.)

2.30 dB/100 m at 1.00 MHz (max.)

Features of the voltage line

Conductor pair

Insulation diameter

Colours

Pair windings / m

Shielding/conductor pair

Spec. DC resistance at 20 °C

At least copper 22; at least 19 cores (individually tinned)

1.4 mm (nominal)

Red, black

Approx. 16

1000/1000, Al/Mylar, Al side on the outside, with w/shorting fold (for tensile load)

57.41 W /km (max.)

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Installation

Electrical installation

Voltage supply

Voltage supply

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Note!

DeviceNet communication modules from Lenze are only supplied via the external DeviceNet cable!

Internal wiring of the bus terminals

V cc

V cc

3

4

8

5

1

7

6

2

V+

CAN-HIGH

Shield

CAN-LOW

V-

2175DeN007

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Terminal assignment

Terminal assignment

Function module E82ZAFVC001

Supply of the controller inhibit (CINH) via the internal voltage source (X3/20)

GND1

GND2

X3

_

VCL SH CH V+ VCL SH CH V+ 7 39 28 20

+

Supply of the controller inhibit (CINH) via the external voltage source

E82ZAFD003

7

39

28

20

X3/

V−

CL

SH

CH

V+

GND1

GND2

X3

_

VCL SH CH V+ VCL SH CH V+ 7

_

39 28 20

+

Name

CAN−LOW

SHIELD

CAN−HIGH

GND1

GND2

CINH

+

E82ZAFD006

Min. wiring required for operation

Function Level

Reference potential for external voltage supply

CAN data line (LOW)

Shield

CAN data line (HIGH)

External supply voltage Please observe notes concerning external supply!

Reference potential for X3/20

Reference potential for controller inhibit (CINH) at X3/28

Controller inhibit

DC voltage supply for internal supply of controller inhibit (CINH) l l

Start = HIGH (+12 V ... +30 V)

Stop = LOW (0 ... +3 V)

+20 V (ref.: GND1)

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Note!

Use the Thin" cable to wire the function module ^

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Terminal assignment

Function module E82ZAFVC010

Controller inhibit (CINH) supply via internal voltage source

X3.1

VCL SH CH V+

+

GND1

GND2

X3.2

7 39 28 20

_

E82ZAFD110

Controller inhibit (CINH) supply via external voltage source

X3.1

VCL SH CH V+

+

_

GND1

GND2

X3.2

7

_

39 28 20

+

X3.1/

V−

CL

SH

CH

V+

X3.2/

7

39

28

20

Designation

CAN−LOW

SHIELD

CAN−HIGH

Designation

GND1

GND2

CINH

E82ZAFD112

Min. wiring required for operation

Function Level

Reference potential for external supplyvoltage

CAN data line (LOW)

Shield

CAN data line (HIGH)

External supply voltage Please see the notes for external supply voltage!

Function

Reference potential for X3.2/20

Level

Reference potential for controller inhibit (CINH) at X3.2/28

Controller inhibit

DC voltage source for internal supply of controller inhibit (CINH) l l

Start = HIGH (+12V...+30V)

Stop = LOW (0 ... +3 V)

+20 V (ref.: GND1)

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Installation

Electrical installation

Cable cross−sections and screw−tightening torques

Cable cross−sections and screw−tightening torques

Function module E82ZAFVC001

Range

Electrical connection

Possible connections

Tightening torque

Bare end

Values

Terminal strip with screw connection rigid:

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16) flexible: without wire end ferrule

1.0 mm 2 (AWG 18) with wire end ferrule, without plastic sleeve

0.5 mm 2 (AWG 20) with wire end ferrule, with plastic sleeve

0.5 mm 2 (AWG 20)

0.22 ... 0.25 Nm (1.9 ... 2.2 lb−in)

5 mm

Function module E82ZAFVC010

Field

Electrical connection

Possible connections

Tightening torque

Stripping length

Values

Plug connector with double screw connection rigid:

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16) flexible: with wire end ferrule, without plastic sleeve

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16) with wire end ferrule, with plastic sleeve

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16)

0.5 ... 0.6 Nm (4.4 ... 5.3 lb−in)

10 mm without wire end ferrule

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16)

Field

Electrical connection

Possible connections

Stripping length

Values

2−pin plug connector with spring connection rigid:

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16) flexible: without wire end ferrule

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16) with wire end ferrule, without plastic sleeve

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16) with wire end ferrule, with plastic sleeve

1.5 mm 2 (AWG 16)

9 mm

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Installation

Electrical installation

Bus cable length

Bus cable length

Depending on the baud rate and the cable type used (thick cable/thin cable), the following bus cable lengths are possible:

Baud rate [kbps] Bus cable lengths [m]

Thin cable

125

250

500

Thick cable

500

250

100

100

If both thick and thin cable types are used, the maximum cable lengths can be defined according to the baud rates as follows:

Baud rate [kbps]

125

250

500

L thick

: thick cable length

L thin

: thin cable length

Max. bus cable length

500 m = L thick

+ 5 L thin

250 m = L thick

+ 2.5 L thin

100 m = L thick

+ L thin

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Note!

Select a baud rate in dependency of the data volume, cycle time and number of nodes just high enough to suit your application.

Use of plug connectors

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Stop!

Observe the following to prevent any damage to plug connectors and contacts:

ƒ Only pug in / unplug the plug connectors when the controller is disconnected from the mains.

ƒ Wire the plug connectors before plugging them in.

ƒ Unused plug connectors must also be plugged in.

Use of plug connectors with spring connection

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6.2

Commissioning

Before switching on

Commissioning

During commissioning, system−dependent data as e.g. motor parameters, operating parameters, responses and parameters for fieldbus communication are selected for the controller.

In Lenze devices, this is done via codes. The codes are stored in numerically ascending order in the Lenze controllers and in the plugged−in communication/function modules.

In addition to these configuration codes, there are codes for diagnosing and monitoring the bus devices.

Before switching on

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Stop!

Before you switch on the basic device with the function module for the first time, check

ƒ the entire wiring for completeness, short circuit and earth fault.

ƒ whether the bus system is terminated by terminating resistors at the first and last bus station.

Commissioning steps

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Note!

ƒ For software version < 3.5 of the basic devices:

If you keep to the switch−on sequence decribed in the following table (basic device must be switched on before the function module), a communication error is indicated by the basic device.

This error message can be

– avoided by switching on the function module first and then the basic device.

ƒ

– automatically deleted by activating the function "Automatic trip reset" via code C1566 (see chapter "Code table").

For software versions ³ 3.5 of the basic devices:

Keep to the switch−on sequence described in the commissioning steps (table below).

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Commissioning steps

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

Step

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

Procedure

If necessary, set the software compatibility

Set the node address

Set the baud rate

Inhibit the standard device via terminal 28 (CINH).

Terminal 28 on LOW potential.

The standard device can be inhibited and enabled via the bus

Connect mains voltage

Connect the separate voltage supply for the function module

(Switch on the DeviceNet).

see

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Manual of the standard device

^

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Response of the front LED display:

Directly after the voltage supply for the function module has been connected, both

LEDs at the front light up for a short time in the following order: l The LED Status of connection with bus" changes its colour from green to red before it goes off.

l The LED "Status of the connection to the standard device" changes its colour from green to red before it goes off.

l l l

The LED Connection status to the bus" at the front of the function module is blinking (only visible in case of 8200 vector).

The green LED Status of connection with standard device" at the front of the function module is on (only visible in case of 8200 vector).

Keypad: dc (if attached)

Configure the host system for communicating with the function module with configuration software: l With explicit messages" all parameters can be read or written from the drive and/or function module.

l Actual values can be read (e.g. status word) or setpoints can be written (e.g.

frequency setpoint) via the I/O data.

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Response l The LED Status of connection with the bus" at the front of the function module changes from blinking to the constantly ON state.

Configure process data channel of the standard device (see "application range") for operation with the function module.

Recommendation

Set code C0005 = 200 after the Lenze setting has been loaded (C0002).

C0005 = 200 preconfigures the device for the operation with a function module.

Control and status words are already linked.

Manual of the standard device

Continue with step 12.

If required, assign the process output data of the master/scanner via C1511 to the input signals of the standard device.

If required, assign the process input words of the master/scanner to the output signals of the standard device via C1510.

If the configuration in step 9. or step 10. has been changed:

Enable process output data with C1512 = 65535.

Enable standard device with terminal 28 (CINH) (terminal 28 on HIGH).

Send setpoint via a selected process data output word.

The drive is now running.

Inhibit the standard device via the bus (e.g. control word bit 9) or terminal 28 (CINH).

^

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^

41

^

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Controls and displays

Possible settings using the front switch

6.3

Controls and displays

6.3.1

Possible settings using the front switch

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Note!

Settings via GDC, operating module or configuration software

The settings of device address and baud rate via GDC, the operating module or the configuration software only become valid when the DIP switches S7 and

S8 are in the "ON" position.

Settings via front switch

The Lenze setting of all switches is OFF.

The device address and baud rate set via DIP switch will only be active after a renewed mains connection.

The switch S9 is ineffective.

The following settings can be easily carried out via the front DIP switch of the function module:

ƒ

ƒ

Software compatibility of E82ZAFVC / E82ZAFD function module with S10

Device address with S1 − S6

ƒ

Baud rate with S7 / S8

Adjustment of software compatibility

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Note!

Set the baud rate with S8/S9 if the controller is compatible with the E82ZAFD function module (S10=ON).

ON

ON

OFF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

E82ZAFD005

Fig. 6−1 Software compatibility setting

Compatibility

E82ZAFVC0xx

E82ZAFD

For the description of the function module see the E82ZAFD Mounting

Instructions

S10

OFF

ON

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Commissioning

Controls and displays

Possible settings using the front switch

Setting of the device address

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Note!

The device address must be set via software, when the switches S7 and S8 are in ON position.

In this case the switches S1 to S6 are ineffective.

ON

ON

OFF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Fig. 6−2 Address assignment via DIP switch

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Note!

The addresses of all controllers connected to the network must differ from each other.

The device address (decimal number) is calculated by inserting the positions of the switches S1 ... S6 (’0’ = OFF and ’1’ = ON) into the following equation:

Address dec

= S6 · 2 0 + S5 · 2 1 + S4 · 2 2 + S3 · 2 3 + S2 · 2 4 + S1 · 2 5

The equation also allows you to calculate the valency of a confirmed switch. The sum of valencies results in the device address to be set:

Example

Address Switch

S1

S2

S3

S4

S5

S6

Valency

32

4

2

16

8

1

Switch position

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

32 + 16+ 8 = 56

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Controls and displays

Possible settings using the front switch

Baud rate setting

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Note!

The baud rate must be the same for all devices and the scanner.

ON

ON

OFF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Fig. 6−3 Baud rate setting

Baud rate

125 kbits/s

250 kbits/s

500 kbits/s

Setting of baud rate (and node address) via software configuration.

The baud rate can be l set manually via software or l automatically detected.

S7

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

S8

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

)

Note!

Set the baud rate with S8/S9 if the controller is compatible with the E82ZAFD function module (S10=ON).

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Diagnostics

LED status displays

Diagnostics

LED status displays

Function module E82ZAFVC001 Function module E82ZAFVC010

Pos

1

2

Colour Status off green blinking red green red on blinking on off blinking on blinking on

E82ZAFD001A* E82ZAFD101A*

Notes

Function module is not supplied with voltage, external voltage supply is switched off

Function module is supplied with voltage but not connected to the controller.

Reason: l l l

Standard device is switched off is being initialised not available

Function module is supplied with voltage and is connected to the standard device

Internal error, Lenze setting has been loaded

Internal error of the function module l l

No connection to the master

Function module is not supplied with voltage.

Dup_Mac_ID" test phase. Not yet connected to master (scanner).

DeviceNet connection established.

No communication due to time−out

Critical bus error

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LED status displays

Protection against uncontrolled restart

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Note!

Establishing communication

If communication is to be established via an externally supplied communication module, initially the standard device must also be switched on.

After communication has been established, the externally supplied module is independent of the power on/off state of the standard device.

Protection against uncontrolled restart

After a fault (e.g. short−term mains failure), a restart of the drive is not always wanted and − in some cases − even not allowed.

The restart behaviour of the controller can be set in C0142:

ƒ C0142 = 0 (Lenze setting)

– The controller remains inhibited (even if the fault is no longer active).

– The drive starts up in a controlled manner by explicit controller enable:

93XX: Set terminal 28 to HIGH level.

ECSXX: Set terminals X6/SI1 and X6/SI2 to HIGH level.

ƒ C0142 = 1

– An uncontrolled restart of the drive is possible.

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Diagnostics

Troubleshooting and fault elimination

Troubleshooting and fault elimination

No communication with the controller.

Possible causes

Is the controller switched on?

Is the communication module supplied with voltage?

Does the controller receive telegrams?

Diagnostics

One of the operating status LEDs of the basic device must be on.

The LED "Connection status to the basic device" must be lit or blinking green.

The LED "Connection status to the bus" at the communication module must be blinking green when communicating with the master computer.

Remedy

Supply controller with voltage.

Check the external voltage supply.

The measured voltage value at the terminals for external voltage supply of the communication module must be in the range of 24V

± 10%.

The communication module has not yet been initialised with the controller.

Possibility 1: controller not switched on

Possibility 2: check the connection to the controller

Check your wiring (see ^

20).

Check whether your master computer sends telegrams.

Check the data assignment in the scan list (I/0 mapping).

Is the available device address already assigned?

Check the setting of the other nodes on the DeviceNet.

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Codes

Codes

How to read the code table

Column

Code

Meaning

(Lenze) code l The parameters of a configurable code marked with an asterisk (<Code>*) can only be accessed via the communication module.

l The value of a configurable code marked with a double asterisk (<Code>**) is not transmitted with the parameter set transfer.

Subcode

Designation of the Lenze code

Subcode

Name

Index

Lenze

Values

Index under which the parameter is addressed.

Lenze setting of the code g Display code

Configuration of this code is not possible.

Fixed values determined by Lenze (selection list) or a value range:

Minimum value [Smallest increment/unit]

Access R = read access (reading permitted)

W = write access (writing permitted)

Data type l FIX32: 32−bit value with sign; decimal with 4 decimal positions l l

U16: 2 bytes bit−coded

U32: 4 bytes bit−coded l VS: visible string, character string with defined length

Maximum value

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C0002: Parameter set management

(extract from code table)

Code

C0002

Subcode

0

Possible settings

Lenze

0

Selection

Parameter set management (selection 0):

Selection

0 Ready

Data type

FIX32

Important

PAR1 ... PAR4: l l

Parameter sets of the controller

PAR1 ... PAR4

FPAR1: l Module−specific parameter set of the DeviceNet function module l FPAR1 is stored in the function module

Restoring the delivery state:

Selection

1

2

3

4

Lenze setting ð PAR1

Lenze setting ð PAR2

Lenze setting ð PAR3

Lenze setting ð PAR4

31 Lenze setting ð FPAR1

61 Lenze setting ð PAR1 + FPAR1

62 Lenze setting ð PAR2 + FPAR1

63 Lenze setting ð PAR3 + FPAR1

64 Lenze setting ð PAR4 + FPAR1

Important

Restoring the delivery state in the selected parameter set

Restoring the delivery state in the function module

Restoring the delivery state in the selected parameter set of the controller and the function module

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Transmitting the parameter sets with the keypad:

Selection Important

Using the keypad, you can transmit the parameter sets to the other controllers.

During the transmission the access to the parameters via other channels is inhibited!

70

Keypad ð controller with DeviceNet function module

Overwrite all available parameter sets (PAR1 ... PAR4, or if required FPAR1) with the corresponding keypad data

10 (other)

Keypad ð PAR1 (+ FPAR1)

71 with DeviceNet function module

Overwrite the selected parameter set and, if necessary, FPAR1 with the corresponding keypad data

11 (other)

Keypad ð PAR2 (+ FPAR1)

72 with DeviceNet function module

12 (other)

Keypad ð PAR3 (+ FPAR1)

73 with DeviceNet function module

13 (other)

Keypad ð PAR4 (+ FPAR1)

74 with DeviceNet function module

14 (other)

Controller ð keypad

80 with DeviceNet function module

20 (other)

Keypad ð function module

40 only with DeviceNet function module

Function module ð keypad

50 only with DeviceNet function module

Copy all available parameter sets (PAR1 ... PAR4, or if required

FPAR1) into the keypad

Only overwrite the module−specific parameter set FPAR1 with the keypad data

Only copy the module−specific parameter set FPAR1 into the keypad

Save own basic settings:

Selection

9 PAR1 ð own basic setting

Important

You can store an own basic setting for the controller parameters (e. g. the delivery state of your machine):

1. Ensure that parameter set 1 is active

2. Inhibit the controller

3. Set C0003 = 3, confirm with v

4. Set C0002 = 9, confirm with v , the own basic setting is stored

5. Set C0003 = 1, confirm with v

6. Enable the controller

With this function you can simply copy PAR1 into the parameter sets PAR2 ... PAR4

Restoring the own basic setting in the selected parameter set 5

6

7

8

Own basic setting ð PAR1

Own basic setting ð PAR2

Own basic setting ð PAR3

Own basic setting ð PAR4

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Codes

C1500:

Software product code

Code

C1500 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze g −

Selection Data type

VS

The code contains a strings which is 14 bytes long. The product code will be output, e.g.

82SAFV0C_XXXXX.

C1501: Software date

Code

C1501 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze g −

Selection Data type

VS

The code contains a string which is 17 bytes long. The date and time the software have been written will be output, e.g. June 21 2000 12:31.

C1502:

Display of the software product code

Code

C1502

Subcode

1 ... 4

Possible settings

Lenze g −

Selection

Display of code C1500 in 4 subcodes with 4 digits each.

Data type

U32

C1503:

Display of the software date

Code

C1503

Subcode

1 ... 4

Possible settings

Lenze g −

Selection

Display of code C1501 in 4 subcodes with 4 digits each.

Data type

U32

C1509:

Setting of the node address

Code

C1509 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze

63

Selection

1

Only valid if switches S7 and S8 are in the ON position.

[1] 63

Data type

FIX32

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Note!

Switch off and then on again the voltage supply of the function module to activate the changed settings of the node address.

Please observe that the node addresses are not the same when using several networked nodes.

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C1510:

Configuration of process input data

Code

C1510

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze Selection Data type

FIX32

1 (PEW1)

2 (PEW2)

3 (PEW3)

4 (PEW 4)

5 (PEW 5)

6 (PEW 6)

7 (PEW 7)

8 (PEW 8)

9 (PEW 9)

10 (PEW 10)

11 (PEW11)

12 (PEW12)

7

8

5

6

9

10

1

3

4

11

12

13

See table below

The assignment of the bit status information or the actual values of the controller to the max. 12 process data input words (PEW) of the master can be freely configured.

Selection

1

2

3

6

7

8

4

5

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

FIF status word 1 (FIF−STAT1)

FIF status word 2 (FIF−STAT2)

Output frequency with slip (MCTRL1−NOUT+SLIP)

Output frequency without slip (MCTRL1−NOUT)

Apparent motor current (MCTRL1−IMOT)

Actual process controller value (PCTRL1−ACT)

Process controller setpoint (PCTRL1−SET)

Process controller output (PCTRL1−OUT)

Controller load (MCTRL1−MOUT)

DC−bus voltage (MCTRL1−DCVOLT)

Ramp function generator input (NSET1−RFG1−IN)

Ramp function generator output (NSET1−NOUT)

FIF−OUT.W1

FIF−OUT.W2

FIF−OUT.W3

FIF−OUT.W4

Scaling

16 bits

16 bits

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

2 14 º 100 % rated device current

±24000

º

±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±2

14 º ±100 % rated motor torque

16383 º 565 VDC at 400 V mains

16383 º 325 VDC at 230 V mains

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

)

Note!

ƒ FIF−OUT.W1 is digitally defined in the Lenze setting and assigned with the

ƒ

16 bits of the controller status word 1 (C0417).

Before you assign an analog signal source (C0421/3

¹

255), the digital assignment must be deleted (C0417/x = 255)! Otherwise the output signal would be incorrect.

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NSET1

PCTRL1

MCTRL1

DCTRL1

C0417/1

…...

C0417/16

STAT1

STAT1.B0

STAT1.B15

MCTRL1-NOUT+SLIP

MCTRL1-NOUT

MCTRL1-IMOT

PCTRL1-ACT

PCTRL1-SET1

PCTRL1-OUT

MCTRL1-MOUT

MCTRL1-DCVOLT

NSET1-RF G 1-IN

NSET1-NOUT

FIF-STAT.B0

FIF-STAT.B1

FIF-STAT.B14

FIF-STAT.B15

FIF-STAT.B16

FIF-STAT.B17

FIF-STAT.B30

FIF-STAT.B31

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

FIF-OUT.W1.B0

FIF-OUT.W1.B15

16 Bit

C0421/3

STAT2

STAT2.B0

C0418/1

…...

C0418/16

STAT2.B15

C0421/4

C0421/5

FIF-OUT.W2.B0

FIF-OUT.W2.B15

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

C0421/6 16 Bit

FIF-OUT

Byte 5, 6

Byte 7, 8

Byte 9, 10

Byte 11, 12

Byte 13, 14

Byte 15, 16

Byte 17, 18

Byte 19, 20

Byte 21, 22

Byte 23, 24

C1510/1 = 1

C1510/2 = 3

C1510/3 = 4

C1510/4 = 5

C1510/5 = 6

C1510/6 = 7

C1510/7 = 8

C1510/8 = 9

C1510/9 = 10

C1510/10 = 11

C1510/11 = 12

C1510/12 = 13

PEW1

PEW2

PEW3

PEW4

PEW5

PEW6

PEW7

PEW8

PEW9

PEW10

PEW11

PEW12

CH

CL

SH

PEW1

PEW2

PEW3

PEW4

PEW5

PEW6

PEW7

PEW8

PEW9

PEW10

PEW11

PEW12

Fig. 8−1

Symbol

Free configuration of the 12 process input words of the function module with Lenze setting

8200vec513

Meaning

Combination of signals in the Lenze setting

Fixed signal connection

Analog input (can be freely connected with an analog output which has the same labelling)

Analog output

Digital input (can be freely connected with a digital output which has the same labelling)

Digital output

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FIF status word 1 (FIF−STAT1)

Bit

0

1

2

0

1

0

1

Assignment

Current parameter set bit 0

Parameter set 1 or 3 active

Parameter set 2 or 4 active

Pulse inhibit

(DCTRL1−IMP)

Power outputs enabled

Power outputs inhibited

I max

limit (MCTRL1−IMAX)

(If C0014 = 5: Torque setpoint)

(DCTRL1−PAR−B0)

3

0

1

0

1

Not reached

Reached

Output frequency = frequency setpoint

(DCTRL1−RFG1=NOUT)

False

True

FIF status word 2 (FIF−STAT2)

Bit

0

1

2

3

0

1

0

1

0

1

Assignment

Current parameter set bit 1

False

True

Reserved

Do not write to this bit!

(DCTRL1−PAR−B1)

Parameter set 1 or 2 active

Parameter set 3 or 4 active

TRIP, Q min

or pulse inhibit active

(DCTRL1−TRIP−QMIN−IMP)

False

True

PTC warning active (DCTRL1−PTC−WARN)

4

5

6

7

11...8

12

13

14

15

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Ramp function generator input 1 = ramp function generator output 1 (NSET1−RFG1−I=O)

False

True

Q min

threshold (PCTRL1−QMIN)

Not reached

Reached

Output frequency = 0 (DCTRL1−NOUT=0)

False

True

Controller inhibit (DCTRL1−CINH)

Controller enabled

Controller inhibited

Device status

(DCTRL1−STAT*1 ... STAT*8)

4

5

6

7

8

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

C0054 < C0156 and Q min

threshold reached

(DCTRL1−(IMOT<ILIM)−QMIN)

False

True

C0054 < C0156 and NSET1−RFG1−I=O

(DCTRL1−(IMOT<ILIM)−RFG−I=O)

False

True

LP1 warning (fault in motor phase) active

(DCTRL1−LP1−WARN)

False

True f < f min

(NSET1−C0010 ... C0011)

False

True

TRIP active

(DCTRL1−TRIP)

False

True

Motor is running (DCTRL1−RUN)

Bit 11 10 9 8

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

Controller initialisation

Switch−on inhibit

Operation inhibited

Flying−restart circuit active

1 DC−injection brake active

0

0

1

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

1

Operation enabled

Message active

0 Fault active

0

1

0

1

1 1 1 1 Communication with basic device not possible

Overtemperature warning (DCTRL1−OH−WARN)

No warning

J max

− 10  C reached

DC−bus overvoltage (DCTRL1−OV)

No overvoltage

Overvoltage

Direction of rotation

(DCTRL1−CCW)

0

1

0

1

9

10

11

12

13

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

False

True

Motor is running clockwise (DCTRL1−RUN−CW)

False

True

Motor is running counter−clockwise (DCTRL1−RUN−CCW)

False

True

Reserved

Reserved

CW rotation

CCW rotation

Ready for operation (DCTRL1−RDY)

Not ready for operation (fault)

Ready for operation (no fault)

Tab. 8−1

14

15

0

1

C0054 > C0156 and NSET1−RFG1−I=0

(DCTRL1−(IMOT>ILIM)−RFG−I=O)

False

True

Reserved

Parameter structure FIF status word (FIF−STATx)

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11

12

13

14

15

16

7

8

5

6

9

10

Selection

3

4

1

2

C1511:

Configuration of process output data

Code

C1511

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze Selection Data type

FIX32

1 (PAW1)

2 (PAW2)

3 (PAW3)

4 (PAW 4)

5 (PAW 5)

6 (PAW 6)

7 (PAW 7)

8 (PAW 8)

9 (PAW 9)

10 (PAW 10)

11 (PAW11)

12 (PAW12)

7

8

5

6

9

10

1

3

4

11

13

14

See table below

The assignment of the process data output words (PAW) of the master to bit control commands or setpoints of the controller can be freely configured with C1511.

FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1)

FIF control word 2 (FIF−CTRL2)

Setpoint 1 (NSET1−N1)

Setpoint 2 (NSET1−N2)

Additional setpoint (PCTRL1−NADD)

Actual process controller value (PCTRL1−ACT)

Process controller setpoint (PCTRL1−SET1) reserved

Torque setpoint / limit value (MCTRL1−MSET)

PWM voltage(MCTRL1−VOLT−ADD)

PWM angle (MCTRL1−PHI−ADD) reserved

FIF−IN.W1

FIF−IN.W2

FIF−IN.W3

FIF−IN.W4

Scaling

16 bits

16 bits

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

±24000 º ±480 Hz

2

14 º

100 % rated motor torque

(

Only for special applications. Please contact Lenze!

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

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PAW1

PAW2

PAW3

PAW4

PAW5

PAW6

PAW7

PAW8

PAW9

PAW10

PAW11

PAW12

Fig. 8−2

Symbol

CH

CL

SH

PAW1

PAW2

PAW3

PAW4

PAW5

PAW6

PAW7

PAW8

PAW9

PAW10

PAW11

PAW12

C1511/1 = 1

C1511/2 = 3

C1511/3 = 4

C1511/4 = 5

C1511/5 = 6

C1511/6 = 7

C1511/7 = 8

C1511/8 = 9

C1511/9 = 10

C1511/10 = 11

C1511/11 = 13

C1511/12 = 14

Byte 5, 6

Byte 7, 9

Byte 9, 10

Byte 11, 12

Byte 13, 14

Byte 15, 16

Byte 17, 18

Byte 19, 20

Byte 21, 22

Byte 23, 24

FIF-IN

FIF-CTRL.B0

FIF-CTRL.B1

FIF-CTRL.B2

FIF-CTRL.B3

FIF-CTRL.B4

FIF-CTRL.B5

FIF-CTRL.B6

FIF-CTRL.B7

FIF-CTRL.B8

FIF-CTRL.B9

FIF-CTRL.B10

FIF-CTRL.B11

FIF-CTRL.B12

FIF-CTRL.B13

FIF-CTRL.B14

FIF-CTRL.B15

FIF-CTRL.B16

FIF-CTRL.B17

FIF-CTRL.B18

FIF-CTRL.B19

FIF-CTRL.B20

FIF-CTRL.B21

FIF-CTRL.B22

FIF-CTRL.B23

FIF-CTRL.B24

FIF-CTRL.B25

FIF-CTRL.B26

FIF-CTRL.B27

FIF-CTRL.B28

FIF-CTRL.B29

FIF-CTRL.B30

FIF-CTRL.B31

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

QSP

DCTRL

CINH

DCTRL

TRIP-SET

TRIP-RESET

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-IN.W1.B0 … FIF-IN.W1.B15

16 Bit

FIF-IN.W1

16 Bit

16 Bit

16 Bit

FIF-IN.W2.B0 … FIF-IN.W2.B15

FIF-IN.W2

FIF-IN.W3

FIF-IN.W4

C0410/1 = 200

C0410/2 = 200

C0410/3 = 200

C0410/4 = 200

C0410/5 = 200

C0410/6 = 200

C0410/7 = 200

C0410/8 = 200

C0410/9 = 200

NSET1-JO G 1/3

NSET1-JO G 2/3

DCTRL1-CW/CCW

DCTRL1-QSP

NSET1-RF G 1-STOP

NSET1-RF G 1-0

MPOT1-UP

MPOT1-DOWN

RESERVED

C0410/10 = 200

C0410/11 = 200

C0410/12 = 200

C0410/13 = 200

C0410/14 = 200

C0410/15 = 200

DCTRL1-CINH

DCTRL1-TRIP-SET

DCTRL1-TRIP-RESET

DCTRL1-PAR2/4

DCTRL1-PAR3/4

MCTRL1-DCB

C0410/17 = 200

C0410/18 = 200

C0410/19 = 200

C0410/20 = 200

C0410/21 = 200

C0410/22 = 200

C0410/23 = 200

C0410/24 = 200

DCTRL1-H/RE

PCTRL1-I-OFF

PCTRL1-OFF

RESERVED

PCTRL1-STOP

DCTRL1-CW/QSP

DCTRL1-CCW/QSP

DFIN1-ON

C0412/1 = 200

C0412/2 = 200

C0412/3 = 200

C0412/4 = 200

C0412/5 = 200

C0412/6 = 200

C0412/7 = 200

C0412/8 = 200

C0412/9 = 200

NSET1-N1

NSET1-N2

PCTRL1-NADD

PCTRL1-SET1

PCTRL1-ACT

MCTRL1-MSET

RESERVED

MCTRL1-VOLT-ADD

MCTRL1-PHI-ADD

C0410/x = 30 … 45

C0415/x = 60 … 75

C0417/x = 60 … 75

C0418/x = 60 … 75

C0412/x = 20

C0419/x = 50

C0421/x = 50

C0410/x = 50 … 65

C0415/x = 80 … 95

C0417/x = 80 … 95

C0418/x = 80 … 95

C0412/x = 21

C0419/x = 51

C0421/x = 51

C0412/x = 22

C0419/x = 52

C0421/x = 52

C0412/x = 23

C0419/x = 53

C0421/x = 53

Free configuration of the 12 process output words of the function module with Lenze setting

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Meaning

Combination of signals in the Lenze setting

Fixed signal connection

Analog input (can be freely connected with an analog output which has the same labelling)

Analog output

Digital input (can be freely connected with a digital output which has the same labelling)

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FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1)

Bit

0 / 1

Assignment

JOG values

Bit 1 0

0

0

0

1

(NSET1−JOG2/3 | NSET1−JOG1/3)

C0046 active

JOG1 (C0037) active

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

0 Þ 1

12 / 13

14

15

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

1

1

0

1

JOG2 (C0038) active

JOG3 (C0039) active

Current direction of rotation (DCTRL1−CW/CCW)

Not inverted

Inverted

Quick stop (QSP) (FIF−CTRL1−QSP)

Not active

Active (deceleration via QSP ramp C0105)

Stop ramp function generator (NSET1−RFG1−STOP)

Not active

Active

Ramp function generator input = 0 (NSET1−RFG1−0)

Not active

Active (deceleration via C0013)

UP function of motor potentiometer (MPOT1−UP)

Not active

Active

DOWN function of motor potentiometer

(MPOT1−DOWN)

Not active

Active

Reserved

Controller inhibit (FIF−CTRL1−CINH)

Controller enabled

Controller inhibited

External fault (FIF−CTRL1−TRIP−SET)

Reset fault

(FIF−CTRL1−TRIP−RESET)

Bit change resets TRIP

Parameter set changeover

(DCTRL1−PAR3/4 | DCTRL1−PAR2/4)

Bit 13 12

0

1

0

0

1

1

0

1

0

1

PAR1

PAR2

PAR3

PAR4

DC injection brake (MTCRL1−DCB)

Not active

Active

Reserved

Tab. 8−2

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Parameter structure of FIF control word (FIF−CTRLx)

FIF control word 2 (FIF−CTRL2)

Bit

0

1

2

3

0

1

Assignment

Manual/remote changeover (DCTRL1−H/Re)

Not active

Active

Switch off I−component of process controller

(PCTRL1−I−OFF)

0

1

0

1

Not active

Active

Switch off process controller (PCTRL1−OFF)

Not active

Active

Reserved

Do not write to this bit!

0

1

0

1

0

1

Stop process controller (PCTRL1−STOP)

Not active

Active

CW rotation/quick stop (QSP) (DCTRL1−CW/QSP)

Not active

Active

CCW rotation/quick stop (QSP) (DCTRL1−CCW/QSP)

Not active

Active

X3/E1 is digital frequency input

(DFIN1−ON)

0

1

Not active

Active

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

)

Note!

Use of bit 5 and bit 6 in FIF control word 2

Set codes C0410/22 (DCTRL1−CW/QSP) and C0410/23 (DCTRL1−CCW/QSP) to

"200".

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C1512:

I/O data enable

Code

C1512 ** −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze

65535

Selection

0

[1] 65535

Data type

FIX32

If C1511 is changed, the process output data is automatically inhibited to ensure data consistency.

Use the decimal value in code C1512 to enable some or all process output words (PAW) again:

ƒ 0 = Inhibit PAW

ƒ 1 = Enable PAW

Bit 15 ... 12 reserved

Bit 11

PAW12

Bit 10

PAW 11

...

...

Bit 1

POW2

Bit 0

PAW 1

The bit settings 0 to 11 are each assigned to a process data word. The bit settings 12 to 15 are reserved.

Use the value 65535 (FFFF hex

) in code C1512 to release all process output data.

)

Note!

ƒ The release is required if the process output data configuration has been changed.

C1516:

Baud rate setting

Code

C1516

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze

0

Selection see below

Data type

FIX32

Selection

0

1

2

255

Baud rate

125 kbits/s

250 kbits/s

500 kbits/s

Auto baud (automatic baud rate recognition)

Only valid if switches S7 and S8 are in the ON position.

)

Note!

Switch off the voltage supply of the function module and then on again to activate changed settings of the baud rate.

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C1518:

I/O data length

Code

C1518 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze

4

Selection

1 [1] 12

Data type

FIX32

This code determines the number of words (I/O input data and I/O output data) being currently exchanged with the scanner.

A change of the I/O data length must be sent to the scanner via the configuration program.

C1519:

Behaviour in idle state/in case of an error

Code

C1519

Subcode

/1 ... /3

Possible settings

Lenze

0

Selection

0

Subcode

1

2

3

[1] 3

Meaning

Setting of the reaction in the event of idle running of the DeviceNet communication.

Setting of the reaction if the communication is interrupted (time out)

Setting of the reaction if a bus error occurs (duplicateMAC-ID, Bus−Off).

Data type

FIX32

Selection

0

1

2

3

Baud rate

No action

Fault (TRIP)

Controller inhibit

Quick stop

C1520:

Display of all words to scanner

Code

C1520

Subcode

/1 ... /12

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection

0 [1]

Data type

65535 U16

Display of the process data input words PEW1 to PEW12 in the corresponding subcodes.

C1521:

Display of all words from scanner

Code

C1521

Subcode

/1 ... /12

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection

0 [1]

Data type

65535 U16

Display of the process data output words 1 ... 12 of the scanner in the corresponding subcodes.

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C1522:

Display of all process data words to the basic device

Code

C1522

Subcode

1...16

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection

0 [1]

Data type

65535 U16

Display of the process data words 1 ... 16, which are transferred from the function module to the basic device:

Subcode Process data word

1 FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1)

2 FIF control word 2 (FIF−CTRL2)

3 Setpoint 1 (NSET1−N1)

4 Setpoint 2 (NSET1−N2)

5 Additional setpoint (PCTRL1−NADD)

6 Actual process controller value (PCTRL1−ACT)

7 Process controller setpoint (PCTRL1−SET1)

8 Reserved

9 Torque setpoint or torque limit value (MCTRL1−MSET)

10 PWM voltage(MCTRL1−VOLT−ADD)

11 PWM angle (MCTRL1−PHI−ADD)

12 Reserved

13 FIF−IN.W1

14 FIF−IN.W2

15 FIF−IN.W3

16 FIF−IN.W4

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C1523:

Display of all process data words from the basic device

Code

C1523

Subcode

1...16

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection

0 [1]

Data type

65535 U16

Display of the process data words 1 ... 16, which are transferred from the basic device to the function module:

Subcode Process data word

1 FIF status word 1 (FIF−STAT1)

2 FIF status word 2 (FIF−STAT2)

3 Output frequency with slip (MCTRL1−NOUT+SLIP)

4 Output frequency without slip (MCTRL1−NOUT)

5 Apparent motor current (MCTRL1−IMOT)

6 Actual process controller value (PCTRL1−ACT)

7 Process controller setpoint (PCTRL1−SET)

8 Process controller output (PCTRL1−OUT)

9 Controller load (MCTRL1−MOUT)

10 DC bus voltage (MCTRL1−DCVOLT)

11 Ramp function generator input (NSET1−RFG1−IN)

12 Ramp function generator output (NSET1−NOUT)

13 FIF−OUT.W1

14 FIF−OUT.W2

15 FIF−OUT.W3

16 FIF−OUT.W4

C1524:

Display of the currently used baud rate

Code

C1524 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection

0

0 = 125 kbits/s

1 = 250 kbits/s

2 = 500 kbits/s

[1]

Data type

2 FIX32

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C1525:

Display of current DIP switch setting

Code

C1525

2

3

Subcode

1

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection

0

0

0

[1]

[1]

[1]

This code reflects the switch position being set at the moment.

Subcode 1, node address:

Switch

Valency

S1

32

Subcode 2, baud rate:

S2

16

S3

8

S4

4

Switch

Valency

S7

2

S8

1

Subcode 3, compatibility with E82ZAFD:

Switch

Valency

S10

1

S5

2

Data type

63 FIX32

3

1

S6

1

C1528:

Display of interruption in communication

Code

C1528 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection Data type

1: Time out during communication FIX32

C1529:

Idle mode display)

Code

C1529 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze g

Selection

1:

Communication is in idle mode.

Data type

FIX32

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C1566:

Automatic trip reset communication error

Code

C1566 −

Subcode

Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0 0 / 1

Selection

0

1

Meaning

No trip reset

One−time trip reset of communication monitoring to the basic device

Data type

FIX32

The recommended switch−on sequence is as follows:

1. Switch on DeviceNet

2. Switch on the basic device

If the order is reversed, a communication error is indicated.

With code C1566 = 1, this message is always automatically reset once after switching on the DeviceNet supply voltage.

)

Note!

If the software is compatible with theE82ZAFD function module (DIP switch

S10), this function is not active.

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Data transfer

Appendix

Data transfer

)

Note!

When using the DeviceNet communication profile, the corresponding specified terminology must be considered. Note that translation into German is not always permissible.

In these instructions, the following terms are used with the same meaning:

ƒ I/O data

«

Process data

– Input data is process data to the scanner

ƒ

ƒ

– Output data is process data from the scanner

Explicit Messages

«

Parameter data

Scanner

«

DeviceNet master

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Two different telegram types are transferred between master computer and controller(s):

ƒ I/O data

ƒ Explicit messages

As indicated in the table, these telegram types are subdivided into communication channels according to their time−critical response:

Communication channel

à l l

Parameter data channel

Enables the access to all Lenze codes.

Automatic storage after a change of frequency inverter parameters:

– 8200 vector

– 8200 motec

à Process data channel

– You can control the controller using the I/O data.

– The master computer can directly access the I/O data. The data is directly stored into the I/O area of the

PLC.

– I/O data is not stored in the controller, they are cyclically transferred between the host and the controllers

(continuous exchange of input and output data).

Telegram type l l

à Explicit messages

Explicit messages are used for configuration and parameter setting of the devices connected to the DeviceNet. The relationship between two devices is a client−server relationship. The client sends the request and the server accepts the order and tries to settle it. The server reacts as follows the required data in case of a positive response or a fault message in case of a negative response.

à I/O data

I/O Data (process data) is transmitted/received according to the producer/consumer principle, i. e. there is one transmitter and no or an arbitrary number of receivers.

The following transmission modes are supported: l I/O polled messages (polled)

– The Poll command being transmitted from the master, includes output data for the slave. The slave then transmits its input data to the master.

l Cyclic I/O

– With cyclic I/O, master and slave create data independently of each other which are sent according to the settings of a timer. The user must set the timer.

l Change of State (COS)

– This type of I/O message is a special cyclic message. COS nodes send their data when the data status is changed.

)

Note!

The default message service for the E82ZAFVC function module is the I/O polled message. Other services can be released by means of a DeviceNet

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Overview of the implemented objects for the function module

A device connected to the DeviceNet is a conglomeration of objects. Every individual object is described by its class, instances and attributes. These objects can be used with different services such as reading or writing.

Overview of the implemented objects:

Object

Identity

DeviceNet

Assembly

Connection

Acknowledge handler

Lenze

Class

01 hex

03 hex

04 hex

05 hex

2B hex

65 hex

66 hex

67 hex

68 hex

6E hex

Notes

Response to idle mode, communication interruption and bus error

Changing the I/O data length

I/O image of the transmitted data

I/O image of the received data

Access to Lenze codes

Identity class (01 hex

)

Instance 1:

2

3

Attribute

1

4

Service(s)

GET

GET

GET

GET

5

6

7

Services:

Service code

0E hex

05 hex

GET

GET

GET

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Reset

Description

Vendor ID

Device type

Product code

Revision

Major revision

Minor revision

Status

Serial number

Product name

Data type

UINT

UINT

UINT

Value

445 (01BD hex

)

0 (generic)

768 (0300 hex

)

Struct of

USINT

USINT

WORD

1 (01 hex

)

1 (01 hex

)

Dependent on the current module state

UDINT Individual for the respective module

SHORT_STRING e.g. E82ZAFVC"

Description

Reading an attribute

Reset of the communication module

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DeviceNet Class (03 hex

)

Instance 0:

Attribute

1

Instance 1:

Service(s)

GET

4

5

2

3

Attribute

1

Service(s)

GET

GET

GET / SET

GET

GET

Description

Revision

Data type

UINT

Description

MAC ID

Baud rate

BOI

Bus−off counter

Data type

USINT

USINT

BOOL

USINT

Allocation information

Allocation choice byte

Struct of

BYTE

Master’s MAC ID USINT

Services:

Service code

0E hex

10 hex

4B hex

4C hex

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Set_Attribute_Single

Allocate_Master/Slave_Connection_

Set

Release_Group_2_Identifier_Set

Value

0002 hex

Value

0 − 63

0 − 2

0/1

0 − 255

0 – 63

0 – 63

Description

Reading of an attribute

Writing of an attribute

Demands the application of

Predefined Master/Slave Connection

Set"

Connections via Predefined

Master/Slave Connection Set" are deleted

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Assembly class (04 hex

)

Instance 101 ... 112:

Attribute

3

Service(s)

GET / SET

Description

Data

Data type

Array of BYTE

Instance / value

Instance 101:

1 word (= 2 byte) from master

Instance 102:

2 words (= 4 byte) from master

Instance 103:

3 words (= 6 byte) from master

Instance 104:

4 words (= 8 byte) from master

Instance 105:

5 words (= 10 byte) from master

Instance 106:

6 words (= 12 byte) from master

Instance 107:

7 words (= 14 byte) from master

Instance 108:

8 words (= 16 byte) from master

Instance 109:

9 words (= 18 byte) from master

Instance 110:

10 words (= 20 byte) from master

Instance 111:

11 words (= 22 byte) from master

Instance 112:

12 words (= 24 byte) from master

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Instance 114 ... 125:

Attribute

3

Service(s)

GET / SET

Description

Data

Services:

Service code

0E hex

10 hex

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Set_Attribute_Single

Data type

Array of BYTE

Entity / value

Instance 114:

1 word (= 2 byte) from master

Instance 115:

2 words (= 4 byte) from master

Instance 116:

3 words (= 6 byte) from master

Instance 117:

4 words (= 8 byte) from master

Instance 118:

5 words (= 10 byte) from master

Instance 119:

6 words (= 12 byte) from master

Instance 120:

7 words (= 14 byte) from master

Instance 121:

8 words (= 16 byte) from master

Instance 122:

9 words (= 18 byte) from master

Instance 123:

10 words (= 20 byte) from master

Instance 124:

11 words (= 22 byte) from master

Instance 125:

12 words (= 24 byte) from master

Description

Reading an attribute

Writing an attribute

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Connection Class (05 hex

)

Instance 1 (explicit messages):

Attribute

1

2

3

Service(s)

GET

GET

GET

4

5

6

7

8

9

10/11

12

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET / SET

GET / SET

Description state instance_type transportClass_ trigger produced_ connection_id consumed_ connection_id initial_comm_ characteristics produced_ connection_size consumed_ connection_size expected_ packet_rate

Not used watchdog_ timeout_action

Data type

USINT

USINT

BYTE

UINT

UINT

BYTE

UINT

UINT

UINT

USINT

13

16

17

14

15

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET produced_ connection_ path_length produced_ connection_path consumed_ connection_ path_length consumed_ connection_path production_ inhibit_time

UINT

EPATH

UINT

EPATH

UINT

−−−

0

−−−

0

Value

Status of the object

0

131 (83 hex

)

Send CAN identifier

Reception of CAN identifier

33 (21 hex

)

64 (40 hex

)

64 (40 hex

)

Connection−dependent

No longer defined

Defined reaction to timeout l 1 = Auto Delete l 3 = Deferred Delete

0

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Instance 2 (polled I/O data):

2

3

Attribute

1

Service(s)

GET

GET

GET

4

5

6

7

8

9

10/11

12

13

14

15

16

17

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET / SET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

Description state instance_type transportClass_ trigger produced_ connection_id consumed_ connection_id initial_comm_ characteristics produced_ connection_size consumed_ connection_size expected_ packet_rate

Not used watchdog_ time−out_action produced_ connection_ path_length produced_ connection_path consumed_ connection_ path_length consumed_ connection_path production_ inhibit_time

Data type

USINT

USINT

BYTE

UINT

UINT

BYTE

UINT

UINT

UINT

USINT

UINT

EPATH

UINT

EPATH

UINT

Value

Status of the object

1

128/130 (80 hex

/82 hex

)

Send CAN identifier

Reception of CAN identifier

1 (01 hex

)

Dependent on the number of I/O data words

Dependent on the number of I/O data words

Connection−dependent

No longer defined

Defines time−outs

4

[20 hex

, 67 hex

, 24 hex

, 01]

4

[20 hex

, 68 hex

, 24 hex

, 01 hex

]

0

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4

5

6

7

8

9

10/11

12

13

Instance 4 (COS I/O):

2

3

Attribute

1

Service(s)

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET

GET / SET

GET

GET

16

17

14

15

Services:

Service code

05 hex

GET

GET

GET

GET / SET

Name

Reset_Request

Description state instance_type transportClass_ trigger produced_ connection_id consumed_ connection_id initial_comm_ characteristics produced_ connection_size consumed_ connection_size expected_ packet_rate

Not used watchdog_ timeout_action produced_conne ction_path_ length produced_ connection_path consumed_ connection_ path_length consumed_ connection_path production_ inhibit_time

Data type

USINT

USINT

BYTE

UINT

UINT

BYTE

UINT

UINT

UINT

USINT

UINT

EPATH

UINT

EPATH

UINT

0E hex

10 hex

Get_Attribute_Single

Set_Attribute_Single

Value

Status of the object

1

128/130 (80 hex

/82 hex

)

Send CAN identifier

Reception of CAN identifier

1 (01 hex

)

Dependent on the number of I/O data words

Dependent on the number of I/O data words

Connection−dependent

No longer defined

Defines time−outs

4

[20 hex

, 67 hex

, 24 hex

, 01 hex

]

4

[20 hex

, 68 hex

, 24 hex

, 01 hex

]

0

Description

Reset effect: l Reset of the watchdog timer l Communication between scanner and slave in established status.

Reading an attribute

Writing an attribute

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Acknowledge Handler Class (2B hex

)

Instance 1:

Attribute

1

2

Service(s)

GET / SET

GET

Description

Acknowledge

Timer

Retry Limit

3 GET COS Producing

Connection

Instance

Services:

Service code

0E hex

10 hex

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Set_Attribute_Single

Data type

UINT

USINT

UINT

Description

Reading an attribute

Writing an attribute

Value

2 – 65534 ms (0002 default 16ms (0010 hex

–FFFE hex

) hex

),

0 – 255 ms (00 hex

1ms

– FF hex

), default

4 (0004 hex

)

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Manufacturer−specific class 100 (64 hex

):

Access to Lenze codes

)

Note!

We recommend the use of class 110 (

65).

Instance 0:

Service(s)

GET

Description

Revision

Data type

UINT

Attribute

1

Instance 1:

Attribute

1

Service(s)

GET/SET

Value

0001 hex

Description

Explicit Message

Lenze Codes

Data type Value

See table below Dependent on order

Error code

03 hex

04 hex

05 hex

07 hex

08 hex

09 hex

0A hex

0B hex

0C hex

0D hex

0E hex

2X hex

FF hex

Services:

Service code

0E hex

10 hex

5

..

..

Data type instance 1

2

3

Byte

1

4

Request

Code Low

Code High

Subcode

Reserve

Data_1 Low

Data_1 High

..

..

Data_22 Low

Data_22 High

Explanation of the fault number:

Response

Code Low

Code High

Subcode

Status l Value of byte = 0: The message does not contain any faults.

l Value of the byte ¹ 0: Message is faulty.

The value of the byte indicates the fault number (for explanation see the following table).

Data_1 Low

Data_1 High

..

..

Data_22 Low

Data_22 High

Explanation

Invalid data type

Subcode no. not accepted

Code no. not accepted

No right to access due to operating state

No right to access due to operating mode

No right to access as parameters are only readable

No general right to access

Data block too long

Collisions with other value ranges

Quit value range

Fault − general value range

Fault − AIF interface

General fault

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Set_Attribute_Single

Description

Reading an attribute

Writing of an attribute

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Manufacturer−specific class 102 (66 hex

)

Instance 0:

Attribute

1

Instance 1:

Service(s)

GET

Description

Revision

Data type

UINT

Value

0001 hex

Attribute

1

Service(s)

GET / SET

Description

I/O data length in words

Data type

UINT

Value

1 – 12 (0000 hex

– 000C hex

),

Default: 4, (saved in EEPROM)

Services:

Service code

0E hex

10 hex

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Set_Attribute_Single

Description

Reading an attribute

Writing an attribute

)

Note!

ƒ A change of the I/O data length is reported to the scanner

(produced/consumed data size).

ƒ

If the I/O data length is reduced, it must be checked before, if the intended data length is sufficient for the application.

ƒ If the function modules have to be replaced, the machine manufacturer must provide an application−specific configuration for the end customer that differs from the Lenze default setting. A parameterisation that deviates from the Lenze default setting cannot be executed via Lenze engineering tools.

Manufacturer−specific class 103 (67 hex

)

Instance 0:

Attribute

1

Instance 1:

Attribute

1

Service(s)

GET

Service(s)

GET

Description

Revision

Data type

UINT

Description

I/O image of the transmitted data

(input data of the scanner)

Data type

Array of UINT

Services:

Service code

0E hex

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Value

0001 hex

Value

Value according to the words set

Description

Reading of an attribute

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Manufacturer−specific class 104 (68 hex

)

Instance 0:

Description

Revision

Attribute

1

Instance 1:

Service(s)

GET

Attribute

1

Service(s)

GET/SET

Data type

UINT

Description

I/O image of the received data

(output data of the scanner)

Data type

Array of UINT

Services:

Service code

0E hex

10 hex

Name

Get_Attribute_Single

Set_Attribute_Single

Value

0001 hex

Value

Value according to the words set

Description

Reading of an attribute

Writing of an attribute

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Manufacturer−specific class 110 (6E hex access to Lenze codes

):

Instance (Lenze code):

Attribute

Lenze subcode

Service(s)

GET / SET

Description

Access to Lenze code (6E hex

)

Data type

Data type of the

Lenze code

Value

Value of the Lenze code/subcode

)

Note!

ƒ If the corresponding Lenze code does not have a subcode, the value "1" must be entered into the attribute.

ƒ

The display code cannot be configured by the "SET" service.

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8200 motec, Use with E82ZAFVC001, 10

8200 vector

− Use with E82ZAFVC001, 10

− Use with E82ZAFVC010, 10

A

Acknowledge Handler Class, 62

Ambient conditions, 15

− Climate, 15

Application as directed, 10

Assembly class, 57

B

Baud rate, 15

− setting, 33

Bus cable length, 15 , 28

C

C0002: Parameter set management, 38

C1500: Software product code, 40

C1501: Software date, 40

C1502: Display of the software product code, 40

C1503: Display of the software date, 40

C1509: Setting of the node address, 40

C1510: Configuration of process input data, 41

C1511: Configuration of process output data, 44

C1512: I/O data enable, 47

C1516: Baud rate setting, 47

C1518: I/O data length, 48

C1519: Behaviour in idle state/in case of an error, 48

C1520: Display of all words to scanner, 48

C1521: Display of all words from scanner, 48

C1522: Display of all process data words to the basic device, 49

C1523: Display of all process data words from the basic device, 50

C1524: Display of the currently used baud rate, 50

C1525: Display of current DIP switch setting, 51

C1528 Interruption in communication, 51

C1529 Idle mode display, 51

C1566: Automatic trip reset communication error, 52

66

Cable cross−sections, 27

Cable specification, 21

− Thick Cable, 22

− Thin Cable, 22

CE−typical drive system, 20

Codes, 37

Commissioning, 29

Commissioning steps, 29

Communication medium, 15

Communication profile, 15

Communication time, 18

Compatibility

− Adjustment of software compatibility, 31

− to the E82ZAFD function module , 12

Connection Class, 59

Connections, 13

Controller inhibit supply, E82ZAFVC010, 26

Controls, 31

D

Data transfer, 53

Definition of notes used, 7

Definitions, 6

Device protection, 9 , 20

DeviceNet Class, 56

Diagnostics, 34

Displays, 31

Double insulation, 16 double insulation, 16

E

E82ZAFVC001

− application range with standard devices, 10

− terminal assignment, 25

E82ZAFVC010

− application range with standard devices, 10

− Terminal assignment, 26

Electrical installation, 20

External DC voltage supply

− E82ZAFVC001, 17

− E82ZAFVC010, 17 l

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Fault elimination, 36

Functional insulation, 16

I

Identification, 11

Identity class, 55

Implemented objects, 55

Installation, 20

− electrical, 20

− mechanical, 20

− Terminals, Assignment, 25

Insulation, 16

Interfaces, 13

L

LED status displays, 34

Lenze codes, 37

− C0002, 38

− C1500, 40

− C1501, 40

− C1502, 40

− C1503, 40

− C1509, 40

− C1510, 41

− C1511, 44

− C1512, 47

− C1516, 47

− C1518, 48

− C1519, 48

− C1520, 48

− C1521, 48

− C1522, 49

− C1523, 50

− C1524, 50

− C1525, 51

− C1528, 51

− C1529, 51

− C1566, 52

M

Manufacturer−specific class

− 102, 64

− 103, 64

− 104, 65

− 110, 65

Mechanical installation, 20

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Motor starter, use with E82ZAFVC001, 10

N

Nameplate, 11

Nameplate data, 11

Network topology, 15

Notes, definition, 7

O

Objects

− Acknowledge Handler Class, 62

− assembly class, 57

− Connection Class, 59

− DeviceNet Class, 56

− Identity class, 55

− Implemented, 55

− Manufacturer−specific class 102, 64

− manufacturer−specific class 103, 64

− manufacturer−specific class 104, 65

− manufacturer−specific class 110 , 65

P

Parameter, C0142 (restart protection), 35

Plug connectors, 28

− Use, spring connection, 28

Pollution, 15

Processing time, 18

Product description, 10

− application as directed, 10

Product features, 12

Protection against restart, 35

Protection of persons, 9

Protective insulation, 16

− E82ZAFVC001, 16

− E82ZAFVC010, 16

R

Residual hazards, 9

Restart protection, 35

S

Safety instructions, 8

− application as directed, 10

− definition, 7

− device− and application−specific, 9

− layout, 7 l

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Screw−tightening torques, 27

Setting of the address, 32

Setting of the device address, 32

Settings, Front switch, 31

Specification of the transmission cable, 21 starttec, use with E82ZAFVC001, 10

Status displays, 34

Supply

− E82ZAFVC001, 25

− E82ZAFVC010, 26

Supply of the controller inhibit, E82ZAFVC001, 25

Switch, Possible settings, 31

T

Technical data, 15

Terminal assignment

− E82ZAFVC001, 25

− E82ZAFVC010, 26

Terminals, Assignment, 25

Transmission cable

− specification, 21

− Thick Cable, 22

− Thin Cable, 22

Troubleshooting, 36

Type code, 11

− finding, 11

Type of insulation, 16

U

Usage conditions, Ambient conditions, Climate, 15

Use of plug connectors, 28

V

Validity of the documentation, 4

Voltage supply, 24

Voltage supply, external, 15

W

Wiring according to EMC, 20

Wiring with a host (master), 21

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