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EDS82ZAFPC010

.IFJ

L−force Communication

Communication Manual

PROFIBUS−DP

E82ZAFPC001 / E82ZAFPC010

Function module

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

1.1

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

1.2

Conventions used

1.3

Terminology used

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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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

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

5.3

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

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13

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

6.1

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

6.2

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

6.3

Configuring the host system (master) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.3.1

Adapting device controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.3.2

Defining the user data length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.4

Activating the bus terminating resistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.5

Setting the node address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6.6

Connecting the mains voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Process data transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.1

Lenze device control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.1.1

Process output data configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.1.2

Process input data configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.2

DRIVECOM control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.2.1

DRIVECOM state machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.2.2

DRIVECOM control word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.2.3

DRIVECOM status word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7.2.4

Bit control commands

7.2.5

Status bits

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Parameter data transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.1

DRIVECOM parameter data channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.1.1

Addressing of the parameter data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.1.2

Addressing of the Lenze parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.1.3

Telegram structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.1.4

Error codes (DRIVECOM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.1.5

Reading parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.1.6

Writing parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.2

Parameter set transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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

9.1

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

9.2

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

10 Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10.1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10.2 Communication−relevant Lenze codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10.3 Monitoring codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10.4 Diagnostics codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10.5 Important controller codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54

55

55

55

55

59

60

62

64

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69

73

75

82

41

42

42

46

49

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53

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11.1 Particularities for use in conjunction with Lenze standard devices . . . . . . . . . . . .

11.2 Consistent parameter data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

11.3 Parallel operation of AIF and FIF interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

12 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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About this documentation 1

0Fig. 0Tab. 0

About this documentation

Contents

This documentation exclusively contains descriptions of the function modules

E82ZAFPC001 (PROFIBUS−DP) and E82ZAFPC010 (PROFIBUS−DP PT).

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.

ƒ

ƒ

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

PROFIBUS−DP

PROFIBUS−DP PT

Type designation

E82ZAFPC001

E82ZAFPC010

From hardware version

3A

3A

From software version

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1.1

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.

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.

Version

1.0

2.0

11/2001

06/2004

3.0

03/2005

Description

TD06 First edition

TD06 Complete revision due to l l

Layout change

New German orthography

TD06 General revision l l

Load capacity of terminal 20

Structural and editorial adjustments

TD29 General revision .IFJ

4.0

03/2012

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

1

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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About this documentation

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:

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!

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.

Application notes

Pictograph and signal word

Note!

Meaning

Important note to ensure troublefree operation

Tip!

Useful tip for simple handling

Reference to another documentation

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Safety instructions

General safety information

2

Safety instructions

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

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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2.3

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

ƒ

Only use cables corresponding to the given specifications (

24).

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", 16)

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 E82ZAFPC001 function module ...

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

Product range

Frequency inverter

Motor starter

Device designation

8200 vector

8200 motec starttec

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

Any other use shall be deemed inappropriate!

From hardware version

Vx14

Vx14

Vx1x

The E82ZAFPC010 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 is a device intended for use in industrial power systems.

From hardware version

Vx14

Any other use shall be deemed inappropriate!

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Product description

Identification

Identification

‚ƒ

A22 APPLICATION

010 / 3A22

010 / 3A22 L

Type

Id.-No.

Prod.-No.

Ser.-No.



E82AF000P0B201XX

Type code

Device type

PROFIBUS−DP

Version

Variant

001: Coated design

010: PT design

Hardware version

Software version

E82ZAF



P

E82ZAFX005

C

‚ ƒ

0xx 3A 10

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Product description

Product features

Product features

ƒ Interface module for the PROFIBUS communication system which can be connected to the AIF slots of the Lenze 8200 vector, 8200 motec and starttec device series.

ƒ Support of the PROFIBUS−DP−V0 communication profile

ƒ Drive profile:

– DRIVECOM profile "Drive technology 20" (can be switched off)

ƒ Support of I&M0 functionality for standard device identification

ƒ

ƒ

Automatic detection of the baud rate (9.6 kbps ... 12 Mbps)

External 24V supply for maintaining the PROFIBUS network when the standard device fails

ƒ DIP switch for activating the bus terminating resistor

ƒ LED status displays:

– Voltage supply for function module

– Connection between the function module and the PROFIBUS network

– Connection between the function module and the standard device

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3.4

Product description

Connections and interfaces

Connections and interfaces

E82ZAFPC001function module

E82ZAFPC001

4

1

3 A B

2

CN VP

0

A B

ON

40 7 39 28 20 59 7

Pos.

Description

DIP switch for activating the bus terminating resistor

Status of PROFIBUS communication (yellow LED)

Connection status to the standard device (green LED) l l l

Terminal strip X3, connection for

PROFIBUS

Controller inhibit (CINH)

External voltage supply

Nameplate

E82ZAFPC010 function module

E82ZA F PC010

1

2

0

3 4

5

Pos.

Description

DIP switch for activating the bus terminating resistor

Status of PROFIBUS communication (yellow LED)

Connection status to the standard device (green LED)

Plug connector X3.1, connection for PROFIBUS

Plug connector X3.2, connection for external voltage supply

Plug connector X3.3, connection for controller inhibit (CINH)

Nameplate

6

E82ZAFP004/AFX009

Detailed information

40

67

28

12

E82ZAFP012/E82ZAFX015

Detailed information

40

67

29

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4.2

Technical data

General data

Technical data

General data

Field

Order designation

PUO ID number

Communication profile

(DIN 19245 Part 1 and Part3)

Communication medium

Drive profile

Network topology

PROFIBUS stations

Baud rate [kbps]

Process data words

DP user data length

Max. number of bus devices

Max. cable length per bus segment

External DC−voltage supply

Values

E82ZAFPC001 (coated)

E82ZAFPC010 (PT design)

0x00DA l PROFIBUS−DP−V0

RS485 l DRIVECOM profile "Drive technology 20" (can be switched off) l l

Without repeaters: line

With repeaters: line or tree

Slave

9.6 ... 12000 (automatic detection)

1 ... 10 words

(16 bits/word)

1 ... 10 process data words +

4 parameter data words l l

Standard: 32 (= 1 bus segment)

With repeaters: 125

1200 m (depending on the baud rate and cable type used)

+24 V DC ±10 %, max. 80 mA

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

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.

E82ZAFPC001function module l l l l

Protective insulation between bus and ...

l Power section

– 8200 vector

– 8200 motec

– starttec

Reference earth / PE (X3/7)

External supply (X3/59)

Terminal X3/20

Terminal X3/28

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Insulation between bus and ...

l l l l l

8200 vector power stage

Reference earth / PE (X3.2/7, X3.3/7)

External supply (X3.2/59)

Supply for CINH (X3.3/20)

Controller inhibit, CINH (X3.3/28)

Type of insulation (according to EN 61800−5−1)

Reinforced insulation

Reinforced insulation

Reinforced insulation

Functional insulation

Functional insulation

Functional insulation

Functional insulation

Type of insulation (in accordance with EN 61800−5−1)

Reinforced insulation

Functional insulation

Functional insulation

Functional insulation

Functional insulation

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Technical data

Connection terminals

Connection terminals

E82ZAFPC001function module

Terminal strip X3/

VP

28

20

59

Level: 5 V (reference: GND3)

Load capacity: I max

= 10 mA

External supply of terminal with

U(ext.) = +12 V DC − 0% ... +30 V DC + 0%

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

U = + 20 V (reference: GND1),

I max

= 20 mA

External supply of function module with

U(ext.) = +24 V DC ± 10%

E82ZAFPC010 function module

Terminal strip X3.2/

59 External supply of function module with

U(ext.) = +24 V DC ± 10%

Terminal strip X3.3/

28

20

External supply of terminal with

U(ext.) = +12 V DC − 0% ... +30 V DC + 0%

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

U = + 20 V (reference: GND1)

Load capacity: I max

= 20 mA

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4.5

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

Processing time 8200vector / 8200motec / starttec

There are no interdependencies between parameter data and process data.

ƒ

Parameter data: approx. 30 ms + 20 ms tolerance

ƒ

Process data: approx. 3 ms + 2 ms tolerance

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Dimensions

E82ZAFPC001function module

All dimensions in mm

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51

15

30

All dimensions in mm

Technical data

Dimensions

4

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5

5.1

Installation

Mechanical installation

Installation

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.

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.

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5.2.1

Installation

Electrical installation

Wiring according to EMC (CE−typical drive system)

Electrical installation

Wiring according to EMC (CE−typical drive system)

For wiring according to EMC requirements observe the following points:

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.

Wiring procedure

1. Observe the bus topology, do not use any stubs.

2. Observe the notes and wiring instructions given in the documents for the control system.

3. Only use cables corresponding to the listed specifications (

24).

4. Observe the notes for the voltage supply of the module (

25).

5. Activate the bus terminating resistors on the first and last physical bus device

(

40).

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5.2.2

Installation

Electrical installation

Wiring with a host (master)

Wiring with a host (master)

Basic design of a PROFIBUS network with RS485 cabling without repeater

1

2

3 starttec

8200 vector

8200 motec

+

E82ZAFPC0xx

2

3 starttec

8200 vector

8200 motec

+

E82ZAFPC0xx

2

3 starttec

8200 vector

8200 motec

+

E82ZAFPC0xx

No.

1

2

3

Element

Host

Bus cable

PROFIBUS slave

E82ZAFP005

Note

E.g. PC or PLC with PROFIBUS master interface module

Connects the PROFIBUS master interface module to the function modules.

l The baud rate depends on the length of the bus cable (

24).

Applicable standard device (

11)with function module

l Activate bus terminating resistors at the first and last physical node

(

40).

Note!

When using a repeater, max. 125 nodes can communicate via the PROFIBUS.

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Electrical installation

Wiring with a host (master)

Number of bus devices

M

R

S S

1

2

3

Segment

1

S

Master (M)

1

2

S S

2

R

3

Slave (S)

31

30

30

30

Repeater (R)

1

1

2133PFB004

Tip!

Repeaters do not have a device address. When calculating the maximum number of bus devices, they reduce the number of devices by 1 on each side of the segment.

Repeaters can be used to build up line and tree topologies. The maximum total bus system expansion depends on ...

ƒ the baud rate used;

ƒ the number of repeaters used.

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Installation

Electrical installation

Wiring with a host (master)

Specification of the transmission cable

Note!

Only use cables complying with the listed specifications of the PROFIBUS user organisation.

Field

Specific resistance

Capacitance per unit length

Loop resistance

Core diameter

Core cross−section

Cores

Values

135 ... 165 W /km, (f = 3 ... 20 MHz)

£ 30 nF/km

< 110 W /km

> 0.64 mm

> 0.34 mm 2

Twisted double, insulated and shielded

Bus cable length

The length of the bus cable depends on the baud rate used:

Baud rate [kbps]

9.6 ... 93.75

187.5

500

1500

3000 ... 12000

Length [m]

1200

1000

400

200

100

Note!

The baud rate depending on the data volume, cycle time, and number of nodes should only be selected as high as required for the application.

Tip!

For high baud rates we recommend to consider the use of optical fibres.

Advantages of optical fibres:

ƒ On the transmission path external electromagnetic interference remains ineffective.

ƒ Bus lengths of several kilometres are also possible with higher baud rates.

The bus length

– is irrespective of the baud rate.

– depends on the optical fibre used.

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Installation

Electrical installation

Voltage supply

5

Voltage supply

Internal DC voltage supply

E82ZAFPC001function module

The internal voltage is provided at terminal X3/20. It serves to supply the controller inhibit

(CINH).

X3 +

A B CN

+5V

VP A B

GND1

GND3 GND2

40 7 39 28

+20V

20 59

GND1

7

T/R(A) T/R(B) T/R(A) T/R(B)

The min. wiring requirements for operation

E82ZAFP001

E82ZAFPC010 function module

The internal voltage is provided at terminal X3.3/20. It serves to supply the controller inhibit (CINH).

T/R(A)

X3.1

A B

T/R(B)

X3.2

59

GND1

7 X3.3

GND1

GND2

7 39 28

+20V

20

T/R(A) T/R(B)

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The min. wiring requirements for operation

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Installation

Electrical installation

Voltage supply

External voltage supply

Note!

Always use a separate power supply unit in every control cabinet and safely separate it according to EN 61800−5−1 ("SELV"/"PELV") in the case of external voltage supply and larger distances between the control cabinets.

External voltage supply of the function module is required if communication via the fieldbus is to be maintained even when the power supply of the standard device fails.

Note!

With external voltage supply of the function module, the active bus terminating resistor is fed independently of the operation of the standard device. In this way, the bus system remains active even when the standard device is switched off or fails.

E82ZAFPC001function module

External voltage supply with one voltage source for

ƒ

X3/28 (controller inhibit (CINH))

X3 +

A B CN

+5V

VP A B

GND1

GND3 GND2

40 7 28

+20V

20 59

GND1

7

_

39

T/R(A) T/R(B) T/R(A) T/R(B)

+

The min. wiring requirements for operation

External voltage supply with two voltage sources for

1. X3/28 (controller inhibit (CINH))

2. X3/59 (function module)

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X3 + A B CN

+5V

VP A B

GND3

GND1

GND2

40 7 28

+20V

20 59

_

39

GND1

7

_

T/R(A) T/R(B) T/R(A) T/R(B)

+ +

The min. wiring requirements for operation

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External voltage supply with one voltage source for

ƒ X3.3/28 (controller inhibit (CINH))

T/R(A)

X3.1

A B

T/R(B)

X3.2

59

GND1

7 X3.3

GND1

GND2

7 28

+20V

20

_

39

T/R(A) T/R(B) +

The min. wiring requirements for operation

External voltage supply with two voltage sources for

1. X3.3/28 (controller inhibit (CINH))

2. X3.2/59 (function module)

T/R(A)

X3.1

A B

T/R(B)

X3.2

59

GND1

7

_

X3.3

GND1

GND2

7

_

39 28

+20V

20

T/R(A) T/R(B) + +

The min. wiring requirements for operation

Installation

Electrical installation

Voltage supply

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5.2.4

Installation

Electrical installation

Terminal assignment

Terminal assignment

E82ZAFPC001function module

X 3 +

A

+5V

B CN VP A B

GND3

GND1

GND2

40 7 39 28

+20V

20 59

GND1

7

Terminal

X3/

A

B

CN

VP

40

7

39

28

20

59

Designation

PES

T/R(A)

T/R(B)

CNTR

GND3

GND1

GND2

CINH

Function / level

Additional HF−shield termination

RS485 data line A

RS485 data line B

For function see PROFIBUS standard *) l Level during data transmission: CNTR = HIGH

(+5 V DC, reference:GND3)

For function see PROFIBUS standard *) l l I

U = +5 V DC (reference:GND3) max

= 10 mA

Reference potential for PROFIBUS network *)

Reference potential for X3/20

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

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

(reference: GND2)

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

+20 V DC (reference: GND1) max

= 20 mA

External DC voltage supply for the function module l +24VDC ± 10% (reference: GND1) l Current consumption on 24 V DC: 80 mA

The current for looping through the supply voltage to other nodes via terminal 59 must be max. 3A.

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*) E.g. for repeater connection

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Electrical installation

Terminal assignment

E82ZAFPC010 function module

T/R(A) T/R(B)

X3.1

A B

GND1

X3.2

59 7 X3.3

GND1

GND2

7 39 28

+20V

20

A

B

Terminal

X3.1/

Terminal

X3.2/

59

7

Terminal

X3.3/

7

39

28

20

Designation

PES

T/R(A)

T/R(B)

Designation

GND1

Designation

GND1

GND2

CINH

Function / level

Additional HF shield termination

RS485 data line A

RS485 data line B

Function / level

External DC voltage supply for the function module l +24VDC ± 10% (reference: GND1) l Current consumption on 24 V DC: 80 mA

The current for looping through the supply voltage to other nodes via terminal 59 must be max. 3A.

Reference potential for X3.3/20

Function / level

Reference potential for X3.3/20

Reference potential for controller inhibit (CINH) at X3.3/28 l l

Controller inhibit l Input resistance: 3.3 k W

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

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

(reference: GND2)

DC voltage source for external supply of controller inhibit (CINH) l +20 V (reference: GND1) l I max

= 10 mA

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5.2.5

Installation

Electrical installation

Cable cross−sections and screw−tightening torques

Cable cross−sections and screw−tightening torques

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

Field

Electrical connection

Possible connections

Tightening torque

Stripping length

Field

Electrical connection

Possible connections

Stripping length

Values

Plug connector with double screw 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)

0.5 ... 0.6 Nm (4.4 ... 5.3 lb−in)

10 mm

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

Use of plug connectors

Use of plug connectors

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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5.3

Installation

Bus cable length

Use of plug connectors

Bus cable length

Max. possible bus cable length

The following bus cable lengths are possible in dependence on the baud rate and the cable used:

Baud rate [kbit/s]

125

250

500

Thin Cable

100 m

Thick Cable

500 m

250 m

100 m

When using both, Thick" and Thin" cables, the maximum cable lengths are to be selected according to the baud rate:

Bus cable length

L max

= 500 m

L max

= 250 m

L max

= 100 m

= L thick

+ 5 L thin

= L thick

+ 2.5 L thin

= L thick

+ L thin

Baud rate [kbit/s]

125

250

500

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6.1

Commissioning

Before switching on

6

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

Stop!

Before switching on the standard device with the function module for the first time, check...

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

ƒ whether the integrated bus terminating resistor is activated at the first and last physical node (

40).

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6.2

Commissioning

Commissioning steps

Commissioning steps

Note!

Do not change the setting sequence.

Step−by−step commissioning of the function module with the DRIVECOM device control is described below.

Step

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

Description Detailed information

36

Configure master system (master) for communication with the function module.

Inhibit standard device via terminal 28 (CINH).

l l

Set terminal 28 to LOW level.

Later the standard device can be inhibited and enabled via the bus.

l l

Connect mains voltage and, if available, separate voltage supply of the function module.

The standard device will be ready for operation after approx. 1 second.

Controller inhibit (CINH) is active.

Response l The green LED "Connection status to the standard device" at the front of the function module is lit (only visible in the case of 8200 vector).

l Keypad: (if plugged in)

Activate bus terminating resistor via DIP switch = ONfor the first and last node.

l Lenze setting: OFF

A Set node address via ...

– C1509

Documentation of the standard device

42

67

40

Documentation of the standard device

After a parameter set transfer the address has to be reassigned.

B Switch off the voltage supply of the function module and the standard device and then switch it on again in order to accept changed settings.

The address that is modified via keypad becomes effective immediately.

Now you can communicate with the standard device, i. e. you can read all codes and adapt all writable codes to your application.

Response

The yellow LED on the function module is blinking when the PROFIBUS is active.

Select function module as source for control commands and setpoints.

l Set C0005 = 200.

– A preconfiguration for operation with the function module is carried out.

– Control words and status words are already linked.

Assign process data output words (POW) of the master to process data input words of the standard device via C1511.

Lenze setting:

POW1: DRIVECOM control word (DRIVECOM CTRL)

POW2: Setpoint1 (NSET1−N1)

POW3: Setpoint2 (NSET1−N2)

POW4: Additional setpoint (PCTRL1−NADD)

POW5: Actual process controller value (PCTRL1−ACT)

POW6: Process controller setpoint (PCTRL1−SET1)

POW7: Reserved (FIF−RESERVED)

POW8: Torque setpoint or torque limit (MCTRL1−MSET)

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Commissioning steps

14.

15.

16.

11.

12.

13.

Step

9.

10.

Description Detailed information

POW9: PWM voltage (MCTRL1−VOLT−ADD)

POW10: PWM angle (MCTRL1−PHI−ADD)

Assign process data output words of the standard device to the process data input words (PIW) of the master via C1510.

Lenze setting:

PIW1: DRIVECOM status word (DRIVECOM STAT)

PIW2: Output frequency with slip (MCTRL1−NOUT+SLIP)

PIW3: Output frequency without slip (MCTRL1−NOUT)

PIW4: Apparent motor current (MCTRL1−IMOT)

PIW5: Actual process controller value (PCTRL1−ACT)

PIW6: Process controller setpoint (PCTRL1−SET1)

PIW7: Process controller output (PCTRL1−OUT)

PIW8: Controller load (MCTRL1−MOUT)

PIW9: DC−bus voltage (MCTRL1−DCVOLT)

PIW10: Ramp function generator input (NSET1−RFG1−IN)

Enable process output data via C1512 = 65535.

l l

Only required if C1511 has been changed.

Deactivate process data words that are not used by setting the respective subcode of code C1511 to 0.

l The value in C1512 is volatile, and all process data are enabled after every switch−on.

Enable standard device via terminal 28 (CINH).

l Set terminal 28 to HIGH level.

Enter the setpoint.

l The master transmits the setpoint via the process data output word selected.

Change to the READY TO START status: l The master transmits the DRIVECOM control word:

0000 0000 0111 1110 bin

(007E hex

).

The standard device is in the READY TO START status.

l The master receives the DRIVECOM status word: xxxx xxxx x01x 0001 bin

Change to the OPERATION ENABLED status.

l The master transmits DRIVECOM control word:

0000 0000 0111 1111 bin

(007F hex

).

Now the drive starts up.

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6.3

Commissioning

Configuring the host system (master)

Configuring the host system (master)

The host must be configured before communication with the communication module is possible.

Master settings

For configuring the PROFIBUS, the device data base file (GSE file) of the communication module has to be imported into the configuring software of the master.

Tip!

The GSE file can be downloaded from www.Lenze.com.

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Configuring the host system (master)

Device data base file

The following configurations are saved in the device data base file LENZ00DA.GSE:

Modules in LENZ00DA.GSE

PAR (Cons.)

PAR (Cons.)

+ PZD (n Words)

+ PZD (n Words Cons.)

PAR + PZD (n Words)

PZD (n Words)

PZD (n Words Cons.) n = 1 ... 10

Parameter data without/with consistency

Without With

·

·

·

Without parameter data channel

Without parameter data channel

Process data without/with consistency

Without n words

With n words n words n words n words

Assigned

I/O memory

4 + n words

4 + n words

4 + n words n words n words

Note!

Device control via FIF status/control word

Device control is only possible if the DRIVECOM status machine (Lenze setting) is switched off.

ƒ Set C1510 /1 (PIW1) to the value 1":

FIF status word 1 (FIF−STAT1).

ƒ Set C1511 /1 (POW1) to the value 1":

FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1).

ƒ Set C1512 to 65535" to reenable process output words.

For Lenze codes see (

69)

Tip!

Use overall consistency

ƒ

We recommend to use exclusively configurations with consistency for the parameter data channel to avoid data conflicts between PROFIBUS−DP master and host CPU.

ƒ Please note that the processing of consistent data varies between hosts.

This must be considered in the PROFIBUS−DP application program.

ƒ

Detailed description of consistency: (

87)

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6.3.1

Commissioning

Configuring the host system (master)

Adapting device controls

Adapting device controls

ƒ Lenze device control

– Set C1511/1 (POW1) = 1 ð FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1)

– Set C1510/1 (PIW1) = 1

ð

FIF status word 1 (FIF−STAT1)

ƒ Device control via DRIVECOM

– Set C1511/1 (POW1) = 17

ð

DRIVECOM control word (DRIVECOM−CTRL)

– Set C1510/1 (PIW1) = 18 ð DRIVECOM status word (DRIVECOM−STAT)

For detailed information about the configuration of process data, see chapter "Process data transfer",

43)

Tip!

Use overall consistency

ƒ Please observe that the processing of consistent data varies between hosts.

This must be taken into account in the PROFIBUS application program.

ƒ A detailed description of consistency can be found in the appendix (

86)

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Commissioning

Configuring the host system (master)

Defining the user data length

6

Defining the user data length

The user data length is defined during the initialisation phase of the PROFIBUS. It is possible to configure up to 10 process data words (see chapter "Process data transfer",

43).

Optionally you can activate a parameter data channel. If the parameter data channel is active, it additionally occupies 4 words of the process input and process output data.

ƒ PIW: process data input word (process data from standard device to master)

ƒ POW: process data output word (process data from master to standard device)

The user data lengths for process input data and process output data are identical. The selection takes place via identification bytes in the configuration software for the

PROFIBUS system.

Parameter data channel

Without / with

Process data channel

Identification / user data length Identification / user data length l

Without

With l l

Identification: F3 hex

(243)

User data length: 4 words

(word 1 ... word 4) l l l

Identification

– without consistency: 70 hex

... 79 hex

(112 ... 121)

– with consistency: F0 hex

... F9 hex

User data length: 1 ... 10 words

(240 ... 249)

(POW1/PIW1 ... POW10/PIW10)

Identification

– without consistency: 70 hex

... 79 hex

(112 ... 121)

– with consistency: F0 hex

... F9 hex

User data length: 1 ... 10 words

(240 ... 249)

(POW1/PIW1 ... POW10/PIW10)

General structure of the identification byte

MSB LSB

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Data length

00 1 byte or 1 word

...

15 16 bytes or 16 words

Input/output

00 Special identification format

01 Input

10 Output

11 Input and output

Length/format

0 Byte

1 Word

Consistency

0 Byte or word

1 Total length

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6.4

Commissioning

Activating the bus terminating resistor

Activating the bus terminating resistor

0

ON

+

A B CN VP A B

1

40 7 39 28 20 59 7

DIP switch

0

E82ZAFPC004

DIP switch = ON Integrated active bus terminating resistor is switched on

DIP switch = OFF Integrated active bus terminating resistor is switched off

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Commissioning

Setting the node address

6

Setting the node address

To address the basic devices, each device (station) is allocated a different node address in the PROFIBUS−DP network.

Valid address range: 3  126

(Lenze setting: 3)

The node address can be selected freely via code C1509.

It can be set with

ƒ the keypad,

ƒ the PC / communication module, type 2102 LECOM, or

ƒ the class 2 master.

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6.6

Commissioning

Connecting the mains voltage

Connecting the mains voltage

Note!

If the external voltage supply of the function module is used, the supply must be switched on as well.

ƒ

The standard device will be ready for operation approx. 1 s after switching on the supply voltage.

ƒ Controller inhibit is active.

ƒ The green LED at the front of the function module is lit (only visible in the case of the

8200 vector frequency inverter).

Protection against uncontrolled start−up

Note!

Establishing communication

For establishing communication via an externally supplied function module, the standard device must be switched on as well.

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

Protection against uncontrolled start−up

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 in a controlled mode by explicitly enabling the controller:

LOW−HIGH edge at terminal 28 (CINH)

ƒ C0142 = 1

– An uncontrolled restart of the drive is possible.

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Process data transfer

PROFIBUS transmits parameter data and process data between the host (master) and the controllers connected to the bus (slaves). Depending on their time−critical nature, the data are transmitted via different communication channels.

ƒ Process data are transmitted via the process data channel.

ƒ Process data serve to control the drive controller.

ƒ The transmission of process data is time−critical.

ƒ Process data are cyclically transferred between the host and the controllers

(continuous exchange of current input and output data).

ƒ

ƒ

The host can directly access the process data. In the PLC, for instance, the data are directly assigned to the I/O area.

With the function module a maximum of 10 process data words (16 bits/word) can be exchanged in each direction.

ƒ Process data are not stored in the controller.

ƒ Process data are, for instance, setpoints, actual values, control words and status words.

Note!

Observe the direction of the information flow!

ƒ Process input data (Rx data):

– Process data from controller (slave) to host (master)

ƒ Process output data (Tx data):

– Process data from host (master) to controller (slave)

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7.1

7.1.1

Process data transfer

Lenze device control

Process output data configuration

Lenze device control

Codes C1510 (process input data) and C1511 (process output data) can be used to freely assign up to 10 process data words of the PROFIBUS to the process data words of the controller.

Note!

ƒ The PROFIBUS master sends process output data in up to 10 process data output words (POW) to the slave.

ƒ The PROFIBUS master receives process input data in up to 10 process data input words (PIW) from the slave.

Process output data configuration

The assignment of up to 10 process data output words (POW) of the master to bit control commands, actual values or setpoints of the controller can be freely configured via code

C1511 .

Note!

ƒ The assignment of control words of different device controls is not permitted.

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

ƒ Via C1512 you can re−enable individual or all POWs.

ƒ To activate the DRIVECOM device control, assign the DRIVECOM control word to a

POW ( C1511/x = 17).

– The DRIVECOM control word is mapped to the FIF control word 1.

– The controller operates in compliance with the DRIVECOM state machine. (

51).

ƒ You can set up an extended Lenze device control using the FIF control words (

47).

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Lenze device control

Process output data configuration

7

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

8

9

6

7

10

3

4

5

Selection

1

2

C1511:

Configuration of process output data

Code

C1511

Subcode

1 (POW1)

2 (POW2)

3 (POW3)

4 (POW 4)

5 (POW 5)

6 (POW 6)

7 (POW 7)

8 (POW 8)

9 (POW 9)

10 (POW 10)

Index

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=

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Possible settings

Lenze Selection Data type

FIX32

7

8

5

6

9

10

17

3

4

11 see table below

The process data output words (POW) of the master can be freely assigned to bit control commands or setpoints of the controller via 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/torque 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

DRIVECOM control word (DRIVECOM−CTRL)

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

For special applications only.

System manual for 8200 vector

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

16 bits

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Lenze device control

Process output data configuration

POW1

POW2

POW3

POW4

POW5

POW6

POW7

POW8

POW9

POW10

A

B

CN

POW1

POW2

POW3

POW4

POW5

POW6

POW7

POW8

POW9

POW10

Fig. 7−1

C1511/1 = 17

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

B yte 5 , 6

B yte 7, 9

B yte 9, 10

B yte 11, 12

B yte 13, 14

B yte 1 5 , 16

B yte 17, 1 8

B yte 19, 20

B yte 21, 22

B yte 23, 24

CTRL.B0

CTRL.B1

CTRL.B2

CTRL.B13

CTRL.B14

CTRL.B15

CTRL.B0

CTRL.B1

CTRL.B2

CTRL.B13

CTRL.B14

CTRL.B15

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.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 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

FIF-IN

FIF-OUT

QSP

DCTRL

C0410/1 = 200

C0410/2 = 200

C0410/3 = 200

NSET1-JOG1/3

NSET1-JOG2/3

DCTRL1-CW/CCW

C0410/4 = 200

C0410/5 = 200

C0410/6 = 200

C0410/7 = 200

C0410/8 = 200

C0410/9 = 200

DCTRL1-QSP

NSET1-RFG1-STOP

NSET1-RFG1-0

MPOT1-UP

MPOT1-DOWN

RESERVED

CINH

DCTRL

TRIP-SET

TRIP-RESET

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-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

FIF-RESERVED

FIF-IN.W1.B0 … FIF-IN.W1.B15

FIF-IN.W1

FIF-IN.W2.B0 … FIF-IN.W2.B15

FIF-IN.W2

FIF-IN.W3

FIF-IN.W4

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

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Lenze device control

Process output data configuration

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. 7−1

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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7.1.2

Process data transfer

Lenze device control

Process input data configuration

Process input data configuration

The assignment of the bit status information or the actual controller values to the up to 10 process data input words (PIW) of the master can be freely configured:

ƒ To call DRIVECOM−conform status information, assign the DRIVECOM status word to a PIW ( C1511/x = 18).

The FIF status word1 is mapped to the DRIVECOM status word.

14

15

16

17

18

11

12

13

Selection

1

2

3

6

7

4

5

8

9

10

C1510:

Configuration of process input data

Code

C1510

Subcode

1 (PIW1)

2 (PIW2)

3 (PIW3)

4 (PIW 4)

5 (PIW 5)

6 (PIW 6)

7 (PIW 7)

8 (PIW 8)

9 (PIW 9)

10 (PIW 10)

Index

23065 d

=

5A19 h

Possible settings

Lenze Selection Data type

FIX32

18

5

6

3

4

7

8

9

10

11

See table below

The bit status information or the actual values of the controller can be freely assigned to the max. 10 process data input words (PIW) of the master.

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

DRIVECOM control word (DRIVECOM−CTRL)

DRIVECOM status word (DRIVECOM−STAT)

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 V DC for 400 V mains

16383 º 325 V DC for 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

16 bits

16 bits

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Lenze device control

Process input data configuration

FIF-IN

2

2

2

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-RFG1-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 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

FIF-OUT.W1.B0

FIF-OUT.W1.B15

16 bits

CTRL.B0

CTRL.B1

CTRL.B2

CTRL.B13

CTRL.B14

CTRL.B15

STAT.B0

STAT.B1

STAT.B2

STAT.B13

STAT.B14

STAT.B15

CTRL.B0

CTRL.B1

CTRL.B2

CTRL.B13

CTRL.B14

CTRL.B15

STAT.B0

STAT.B1

STAT.B2

STAT.B13

STAT.B14

STAT.B15

16 bits 2

2

2

2

C0421/3

STAT2

STAT2.B0

C0418/1

…...

C0418/16

STAT2.B15

2 C0421/4

2 C0421/5

FIF-OUT.W2.B0

FIF-OUT.W2.B15

16 bits

16 bits

16 bits

FIF-OUT

B yte 5 , 6

B yte 7, 8

B yte 9, 10

B yte 11, 12

B yte 13, 14

B yte 1 5 , 16

B yte 17, 1 8

B yte 19, 20

B yte 21, 22

B yte 23, 24

2 C0421/6 16 bits

Fig. 7−2 Free configuration of the 10 PROFIBUS process input words

C1510/ 10 = 11

PIW 1

PIW 2

PIW 3

PIW 4

PIW 5

PIW 6

PIW 7

PIW 8

PIW 9

PIW 10

A

B

CN

PIW1

PIW2

PIW3

PIW4

PIW5

PIW6

PIW7

PIW8

PIW9

PIW10

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Lenze device control

Process input data configuration

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. 7−2

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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7.2.1

Process data transfer

DRIVECOM control

DRIVECOM state machine

DRIVECOM control

DRIVECOM state machine

The control information is provided by the function module via the control word.

ƒ The controllers have standardised device states according to DRIVECOM Profile 20.

ƒ Information on the current device status is stored in the DRIVECOM parameter

"status word".

ƒ

Commands in the DRIVECOM parameter "control word" can change the device status. These commands are represented by arrows in the following diagram.

Switch on device

NOT READY TO SWITCH ON

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 0000

Automatically when initialisation is completed

SWITCH−ON INHIBIT

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 0000

9

Inhibit voltage xxxx xxxx xxxx xx0x

2

Standstill xxxx xxxx xxxx x110

10

Inhibit voltage xxxx xxxx xxxx xx0x

READY TO SWITCH ON

7

Quick stop xxxx xxxx xxxx x01x Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0001

8

Standstill xxxx xxxx xxxx x110

3

Switch on xxxx xxxx xxxx x111

6

Standstill xxxx xxxx xxxx x110

SWITCHED ON

Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0011

13

Fault recognised

FAULT REACTION ACTIVE

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 1111

Automatically when fault reaction is completed

FAULT

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 1000

14

Reset fault xxxx xxxx 0xxx xxxx xxxx xxxx 1xxx xxxx

12

Inhibit voltage xxxx xxxx xxxx xx01 or quick stop completed

4

Enable operation xxxx xxxx xxxx 1111 and act. speed value <> 0*

5

Inhibit operation xxxx xxxx xxxx 0111 or act. speed value = 0 *

OPERATION ENABLED

Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0111

QUICK STOP ACTIVE

Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0111

11

Quick stop xxxx xxxx xxxx x01x Inhibit RFG is mapped to quick stop

Fig. 7−3 Status diagram of DRIVECOM device control

* only effective for 821X, 8200 vector when the automatic DC injection brake is active (C0106,

C2106 <> 0)

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Process data transfer

DRIVECOM control

DRIVECOM control word

DRIVECOM control word

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Bit

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Meaning

"Switch on" command

0 "Standstill" command active

1 "Switch on" command active

"Inhibit voltage" command

0 "Inhibit voltage" command active

1 "Inhibit voltage" command not active

"Quick stop (QSP)" command

0 "Quick stop (QSP)" command active

1 "Quick stop (QSP)" command not active

"Enable operation" command

0 "Inhibit operation" command active

1 "Enable operation" command active

"Inhibit RFG" command

Inhibits the ramp function generator (NSET1−RFG1). The quick stop function (QSP) is activated; the device status of the drive does not change.

Mapping to FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1), bit 3 negated (FIF−CTRL1−QSP)

0 "Inhibit RFG" active

1 "Inhibit RFG" not active

"RFG stop" command

Ramp function generator output (NSET1−RFG1) is "frozen"; the device status of the drive does not change.

Mapping to FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1), bit 4 negated (NSET1−RFG1−STOP)

0 "RFG stop" active

1 "RFG stop" not active

"RFG zero" command

Sets ramp function generator input (NSET1−RFG1) to 0. Þ Controlled deceleration via the ramp set under C0013; the device status of the drive does not change.

Mapping to FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1), bit 5 negated (NSET1−RFG1−0)

0 "RFG zero" active

1 "RFG zero" not active

TRIP reset

Resets fault (TRIP)

0 Þ 1 Bit change resets TRIP

DRIVECOM reserved

DRIVECOM reserved

DRIVECOM reserved

Mapping to FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1), bit 10 (FIF−CTRL1−TRIP−SET)

Mapping to FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1), bit 12 (DCTRL1−PAR2/4)

Mapping to FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1), bit 13 (DCTRL1−PAR−3/4)

Mapping to FIF control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1), bit 14 (MCTRL1−DCB)

Not used

Tab. 7−3 Parameter structure of "DRIVECOM control word" (DRIVECOM−CTRL)

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DRIVECOM control

DRIVECOM status word

11

12

13

14

15

DRIVECOM status word

Bit

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

0

1

0

1

Meaning

Device status "Ready to switch on"

Status less than "Ready to switch on"

Status at least "Ready to switch on"

Device status "Switched on"

Status less than "Switched on"

Status at least "Switched on"

Device status "Operation enabled"

0

1

Status less than "Operation enabled"

Status "Operation enabled"

Device status "Fault"

0

1

No fault (TRIP)

Fault (TRIP) active

Status "Inhibit voltage" command

0

1

Command applied

Command not applied

Status "Quick stop (QSP)" command

0

1

Command applied

Command not applied

Device status "Switch−on inhibit"

0

1

0

1

0

1

Status "Switch−on inhibit" not active

Status "Switch−on inhibit" active

Collective warning

No warning

Warning (overtemperature) active

Collective message

Automatic setting and resetting of pulse inhibit (IMP) in the device status "Operation enabled".

Possible causes: Undervoltage, overvoltage or overcurrent

No message

Message IMP active

Bus access right

0

1

1 Always

0

Status speed/frequency deviation

RFG on tu RFG off

RFG on

= RFG off

Status DRIVECOM speed limitation

Always

Mapping of FIF status word 1 (FIF−STAT1), bit 0 (DCTRL1−PAR−B0)

Mapping of FIF status word 2 (FIFSTAT2), bit 0 (DCTRL1−PAR−B1)

Mapping of FIF status word 1 (FIFSTAT1), bit 2 (MCTRL1−IMAX)

Mapping of FIF status word 1 (FIF−STAT1), bit 5 (PCTRL1−QMIN)

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DRIVECOM control

Bit control commands

7.2.4

Bit control commands

Bit control commands

Command

Standstill

Switch on

Enable operation

Inhibit operation

Inhibit voltage

Quick stop (QSP)

Reset fault

Meaning

From different device states ð "Ready to switch on"

Transition ð "Switched on"

Transition ð "Operation enabled"

The controller inhibit (CINH) is deactivated.

Transition ð "Switched on"

The controller inhibit (CINH) is activated.

Transition ð "Switch−on inhibit"

The controller inhibit (CINH) is activated.

Transition ð "Switch−on inhibit"

If the drive has been enabled ð controlled deceleration via the quick stop ramp.

Reset fault

If the fault has been removed, automatically ð

"Switch−on inhibit".

Reset fault

RFG zero

RFG stop

Inhibit RFG

Enable operation

Quick stop (QSP)

Inhibit voltage

Switch on

The bit control commands of the control word depend on other bit settings. The command is executed only for the following bit patterns:

7 x

6 x

Bits of the control word

5 x

4 x

3 x

2

1

1

1

Note

0

0 1: Bit set x x x x x

0

ð 1 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

1

0 x x x

1

1

1 x

0 x

1

1

1

0

1 x

1

1 0: Bit not

1 x x x set x: Any bit status

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Status bits

7.2.5

Status bits

Status bits

Device status

Not ready to switch on

Meaning

Controller is being initialised and is not yet ready to operate.

After initialisation automatically ð "Ready to switch on"

Switch−on inhibit Controller inhibited (CINH).

Waiting for "Standstill" command

Ready to switch on Controller inhibited (CINH).

Waiting for "Switch−on" command

Switched on Controller inhibited (CINH).

Waiting for "Operation enabled" command.

Operation enabled Controller enabled (CINH).

Pulse inhibit can be set automatically

Fault reaction active Fault (TRIP) recognised, a time−based, fault−dependent reaction is executed.

Then automatically ð "Fault"

Fault Controller is in the device status "Fault".

Quick stop (QSP) active

"Quick stop (QSP)" command has been sent in the device status "Operation enabled" ð controlled deceleration via the quick stop ramp.

After deceleration automatically ð "Switch−on inhibit"

Switch−on inhibit

Quick stop (QSP)

Inhibit voltage

Fault

Operation enabled

Switched on

Ready to switch on

The current device status is unambiguously coded in the bits 0 ... 6 of the status word:

6

0

5

Bits of the status word

4 3 2 1 x x 0 0 0

0

Note

0 1 Bit set

1

0

0

0

0

0

0 x

1

1

1 x x

0 x x x x x x x

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

1

1

1

1

0

1

0 Bit not set x Any bit status

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Parameter data transfer

PROFIBUS transmits parameter data and process data between the host (master) and the drives connected to the bus (slaves). Depending on their time−critical nature, the data are transmitted via different communication channels.

ƒ Parameter data are transmitted via the parameter data channel.

– DRIVECOM parameter data channel

– PROFIdrive parameter data channel (DP−V0 / DP−V1)

ƒ The parameter data channel provides access to all Lenze codes.

ƒ In general, the transfer of parameter data is not time−critical.

ƒ Parameter data are, for instance, operating parameters, diagnostic information and motor data.

Note!

Cyclic writing to codes via PROFIBUS is only permissible if the automatic parameter set storage of the controller C0003 is deactivated (value 0).

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8.1.2

8.1.3

Parameter data transfer

DRIVECOM parameter data channel

Addressing of the parameter data

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DRIVECOM parameter data channel

The DRIVECOM parameter data channel ...

ƒ

ƒ enables parameter setting and diagnostics of the controller.

allows access to all Lenze parameters (codes).

ƒ additionally occupies 4 words of the input and output data words in the master.

ƒ has an identical structure for both directions of transmission.

Addressing of the parameter data

The parameter data is accessed via codes listed in the code table included in this documentation of the function module and the corresponding documentation of your controller.

Addressing of the Lenze parameters

In the case of the DRIVECOM parameter data channel the parameters of a device are not directly addressed via Lenze code numbers, but via indexes (byte 3, byte 4) and subindexes

(byte 2).

The Lenze code numbers are converted into indexes via an offset (24575 dec

/ 5FFF hex

):

Addressing of Lenze codes l PROFIBUS index =

24575 − Lenze code l PROFIBUS−DP−Index hex

=

5FFF hex

− Lenze code hex

Example for C0001 (operating mode) l PROFIBUS index =

24575 − 1 = 24574 l PROFIBUS−DP−Index hex

=

5FFF hex

− 1 hex

= 5FFE hex

Lenze parameters are mainly represented in the fixed point format (data type integer32 with four decimal digits). For this reason, the value of the parameter/code must be multiplied by 10000 in order to obtain integer values.

The parameter value is entered in the user data (bytes 5 ... 8) of the telegram.

Example:

Set C0039 (JOG) = 150.4 Hz.

ƒ

ƒ

150.4 x 10000 = 1504000 (0016F300 hex

)

The resulting parameter value is entered in the user data.

Telegram structure

The telegram of the DRIVECOM parameter data channel consists of a total of 8bytes. The individual bytes are described in detail on the following pages.

Byte 1

Service

Byte 2

Subindex

Byte 3

Index

High byte

Byte 4

Index

Low byte

Byte 5

Data 4 /

Error 4

Byte 6

Data 3 /

Error 3

Byte 7

Data 2 /

Error 2

Byte 8

Data 1 /

Error 1

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Telegram structure

Byte 1: Service, request and response control for the parameter data channel

Byte 1

Service

Byte 2

Subindex

Byte 3

Index

High byte

Byte 4

Index

Low byte

Byte 5

Data 4 /

Error 4

Byte 6

Data 3 /

Error 3

Byte 7

Data 2 /

Error 2

Byte 8

Data 1 /

Error 1

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Arrangement of bits 0 ... 7 in byte 1

2 1 0

3

Request

Request to the controller. The bits are set only by the master.

l l

000 = No request

001 = Read request (read data from controller) l 010 = Write request (write data to controller)

Reserved

5 4

6

7 l l l l

Data length

Length of data in bytes 5 ... 8 (data/error 1 ... 4)

00 = 1 byte

01 = 2 bytes

10 = 3 bytes

11 = 4 bytes

Handshake

Indicates a new request.

l l

The master changes this (toggle) bit for every new request.

The controller copies the bit into its response telegram.

Status l l

Status information from the controller to the master when sending the request confirmation. This bit informs the master whether the request has been carried out without any faults.

0 = Request completed without fault.

1 = Request not completed. An error has occurred. The data of bytes 5 ... 8

(data/error) must be interpreted as an error message.

61 (Error code list)

Examples of byte 1:

ƒ Read request

Bit 7

0 X 1 1

...

0 0 0

Bit 0

1

"1" (read)

Reserved

"3" (data length 4 bytes)

Handshake

Status (only relevant for response telegram)

ƒ Write request

Bit 7

0 X 0 1

...

0 0 1

Bit 0

0

"2" (write)

Reserved

"1" (data length 2 bytes)

Handshake

Status (only relevant for response telegram)

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Telegram structure

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Byte 2: Subindex

Byte 1

Service

Byte 2

Subindex

Byte 3

Index

High byte

Byte 4

Index

Low byte

Byte 5

Data 4 /

Error 4

Byte 6

Data 3 /

Error 3

Byte 7

Data 2 /

Error 2

Byte 8

Data 1 /

Error 1

Additional addressing via the subindex is required for those codes that have a subcode (see code table).

Example:

Code C0039 / subcode 3 addresses "NSET JOG" (50 % = Lenze setting)

Byte 3 / 4: index

Byte 1

Service

Byte 2

Subindex

Byte 3

Index

High byte

Byte 4

Index

Low byte

Byte 5

Data 4 /

Error 4

Byte 6

Data 3 /

Error 3

Byte 7

Data 2 /

Error 2

Byte 8

Data 1 /

Error 1

The parameter or the Lenze code is selected with these two bytes according to the formula:

Index = 24575 − Lenze code number

Example:

The parameter C0012 (acceleration time) is to be addressed:

ƒ

ƒ

ƒ

24575 − 12 = 24563 = 5FF3 hex

Entry in byte 3 (high byte): 5F hex

Entry in byte 4 (low byte): F3 hex

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Telegram structure

Bytes 5 ... 8: Parameter value (data) / error information (error)

Byte 1

Service

Byte 2

Subindex

Byte 3

Index

High byte

Byte 4

Index

Low byte

Byte 5

Data 4 /

Error 4

Byte 6

Data 3 /

Error 3

Byte 7

Data 2 /

Error 2

Byte 8

Data 1 /

Error 1

The status of the (status) bit 7 in byte 1 (job) determines the meaning of this data field:

Meaning of the bytes 5 ... 8 if ...

Bit 7 = 0

Parameter value (data 1 ... 4)

Bit 7 = 1

Error information (error 1 ... 4) for an invalid access.

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Parameter value (data)

Depending on the data format, the length of the parameter value is between 1 to 4 bytes.

Data are saved in the Motorola format, i. e. first the high byte or high word, then the low byte or low word.

Byte 8

Low byte

Byte 5

High byte

Byte 6

Low byte

Byte 7

High byte

High word Low word

Double word

Assignment of bytes 5 .. 8 with parameter values of different lengths

Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7

Parameter value

(Length 1)

Parameter value (length 2)

00 00

Parameter value (length 4)

00

Byte 8

00

00

Note!

Strings or data blocks cannot be transmitted.

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Parameter data transfer

DRIVECOM parameter data channel

Error codes (DRIVECOM)

Error codes (DRIVECOM)

0x06

0x06

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

Data 1

0x06

0x06

0x06

0x06

0x06

0x06

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x08

0x07

0x08

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

Data 2

0x03

0x05

0x05

0x05

0x05

0x06

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x00

Data 3

0x00

0xFE

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x20

0x21

0x22

0x30

Data 4

0x00

0x10

0x11

0x12

0x13

0x00

0x31

0x32

0x33

0x34

0x35

0x36

0x41

0x42

0x43

0x01

Meaning

No right to access

Impermissible job parameter

Invalid subindex

Data length too large

Data length too small

Object is no parameter

Object does not exist

Data types do not correspond

Job cannot be executed

Job cannot be executed at the moment

Not executable because of local control

Not executable because of device status

Out of value range/parameter can only be changed with inhibited controller

Parameter value too large

Parameter value too small

Subparameter out of value range

Subparameter value too large

Subparameter value too small

Maximum value smaller than minimum value

Communication object cannot be mapped on process data

Process data length exceeded

General collision with other values

Invalid service (no read or write request)

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Parameter data transfer

DRIVECOM parameter data channel

Reading parameters

Reading parameters

General procedure

1. Define the user data range of the controller. (Where are the user data located in the host system?)

Observe manufacturer−specific information.

2. Enter the address of the required parameter into the "Index" and "Subindex" fields

(DP output data).

3. Request in the service byte = read request

The status of the handshake bit in the service byte must be changed (DP output data).

4. Check whether the handshake bit in the service byte is the same for the DP input data and the DP output data.

If the handshake bit is the same, the response has been received.

It is useful to implement a time monitoring tool.

5. Check whether the status bit in the service byte is set.

Status bit is not set: The "Data/Error" field contains the required parameter value.

Status bit is set: The read request has not been executed correctly. The "Data/Error" field contains the error information.

Example:

The heatsink temperature (43 °C) of the controller is to be read (C0061).

ƒ

Byte 1: Request

Bit 7

0 X 1 1

...

0 0 0

Bit 0

1

"1" (read)

Reserved

"3" (data length 4 bytes)

Handshake

Status (only relevant for response telegram)

ƒ Byte 2: Subindex

Subindex = 0, as there is no subindex under code C0061.

ƒ

ƒ

Byte 3 / 4: Index

Index = 24575 − code number

Index = 24575 − 61 = 24514 = 5FC2 hex

(5F hex

= high byte, C2 hex

= low byte)

Bytes 5 ... 8: Data (contained in the response telegram)

Data 1 ... 4 = 43 °C x 10000 = 430000 (FIX32) = 00068FB0 hex

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Reading parameters

Result:

ƒ Request telegram from master to drive:

ƒ

Byte 1

Service

01 hex

00000001 bin

Byte 2 Byte 3 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7

Subindex

00 hex

Index

(High byte)

5F hex

Index

(Low byte)

C2 hex

Data 4

00 hex

Data 3

00 hex

Data 2

00 hex

00000000 bin

01011111 bin

11000010 bin

00000000 bin

00000000 bin

00000000 bin

Waiting for change of handshake bit in the response (bit 6 here: 0 à 1)

Response telegram from drive to master (for error−free execution):

Byte 1

Service

30 hex

00110000 bin

Byte 2

Subindex

00 hex

00000000 bin

Byte 3

Index

(High byte)

5F hex

01011111 bin

Byte 4

Index

(Low byte)

C2 hex

11000010 bin

Byte 5

Data 4

00 hex

00000000 bin

Byte 6

Data 3

06 hex

00000110 bin

Byte 7

Data 2

8F hex

10001111 bin

Byte 8

Data 1

00 hex

00000000 bin

Byte 8

Data 1

B0 hex

10110000 bin

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Parameter data transfer

DRIVECOM parameter data channel

Writing parameters

Writing parameters

General procedure

1. Define the user data range of the controller. (Where are the user data located in the host system?)

Observe manufacturer−specific information.

2. Enter the address of the required parameter into the "Index" and "Subindex" fields

(DP output data).

3. Enter the parameter value into the "Data/Error" field.

4. Request in the service byte = write request

The status of the handshake bit in the service byte must be changed (DP output data).

5. Check whether the handshake bit in the service byte is the same for the DP input data and the DP output data.

If the handshake bit is the same, the response has been received.

It is useful to implement a time monitoring tool.

6. Check whether the status bit in the service byte is set.

Status bit is not set: The write request has been executed correctly.

Status bit is set: The write request has not been executed correctly. The "Data/Error" field contains the error information.

Example:

The acceleration time (C0012) of the controller is to be set to 20 s.

ƒ Byte 1: Request

Bit 7

0 X 1 1

...

0 0 1

Bit 0

0

"2" (write)

Reserved

"3" (data length 4 bytes)

Handshake

Status (only relevant for response telegram)

ƒ Byte 2: Subindex

Subindex = 0, as there is no subindex under code C0012.

ƒ

ƒ

Byte 3 / 4: Index

Index = 24575 − code number

Index = 24575 − 12 = 24563 = 5FF3 hex

(5F hex

= high byte, F3 hex

= low byte)

Bytes 5 ... 8: data

Data 1 ... 4 = 20 s x 10000 = 200000 (FIX32) = 00030D40 hex

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Writing parameters

Result:

ƒ Request telegram from master to drive:

ƒ

Byte 1

Service

72 hex

01110010 bin

Byte 2

Subindex

00 hex

00000000 bin

Byte 3 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6

Index

(High byte)

5F hex

Index

(Low byte)

F3 hex

Data 4

00 hex

Data 3

03 hex

01011111 bin

11110011 bin

00000000 bin

00000011 bin

Waiting for change of handshake bit (bit 6 here: 0 à 1)

Byte 7

Data 2

0D hex

00001101 bin

Response telegram from drive to master (for error−free execution):

Byte 1

Service

40 hex

01000110 bin

Byte 2

Subindex

00 hex

00000000 bin

Byte 3 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6

Index

(High byte)

5F hex

Index

(Low byte)

F3 hex

Data 4

00 hex

Data 3

00 hex

01011111 bin

11110011 bin

00000000 bin

00000000 bin

Waiting for change of handshake bit (bit 6 here: 1 à 0)

Byte 7

Data 2

00 hex

00000000 bin

Byte 8

Data 1

40 hex

01000000 bin

Byte 8

Data 1

00 hex

00000000 bin

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Parameter data transfer

Parameter set transfer

Parameter set transfer

Lenze parameter sets

The 8200 vector and 8200 motec controllers have 2/4 parameter sets, whose parameters can directly be addressed with the PROFIBUS.

Note!

ƒ Parameter set 1 can be accessed via ...

– DRIVECOM parameter data channel

– PROFIdrive parameter data channel (DP−V0)

– PROFIdrive parameter data channel (DP−V1)

ƒ Parameter sets 2 ... 4 can be accessed via ...

– DRIVECOM parameter data channel

– PROFIdrive parameter data channel (DP−V1)

Addressing of Lenze parameter sets

The parameter sets are addressed by means of a code offset:

ƒ Offset 0 addresses parameter set 1 (C0000 ... C1999).

ƒ Offset 2000 addresses parameter set 2 (C2000 ... C3999).

ƒ Offset 4000 addresses parameter set 3 (C4000 ... C5999).

ƒ Offset 6000 addresses parameter set 4 (C6000 ... C7999).

If a parameter is only available once (see documentation for 8200 vector), use the code offset 0.

Example for C0011 (maximum rotating−field frequency):

ƒ C0011 in parameter set 1: Lenze code number = 11

ƒ C0011 in parameter set 2: Lenze code number = 2011

ƒ C0011 in parameter set 3: Lenze code number = 4011

ƒ C0011 in parameter set 4: Lenze code number = 6011

Parameter set transfer with keypad

Note!

Always switch the mains after you have transferred the parameter sets with the keypad!

Observe the options for parameter set transfer with keypad marked with

"Keypad ð " under code C0002 .

If an address is assigned via C1509 , the address must be reassigned via the parameter data channel after a parameter set transfer. Afterwards mains switching is required. The address modified via keypad becomes effective immediately.

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Diagnostics

LED status displays

Diagnostics

LED status displays

E82ZAFP00x E82ZAFP010

1

2

ON 1

+

A B

2

CN VP A B

1

40 7 39 28 20 59 7

E82ZAFP004 E82ZAFP008

LED

Pos.

+

Colour yellow green

Condition off blinking off blinking yellow/ green on blinking

Description

No communication with the PROFIBUS master.

Communication with the PROFIBUS master has been established via the function module.

l l

The function module is not supplied with voltage.

The standard device and/or the external voltage supply is switched off.

The function module is supplied with voltage but is not connected to the standard device.

l l

Causes: l The standard device is switched off.

The standard device is in the initialisation phase.

The standard device is not available

The function module is supplied with voltage and is connected to the standard device.

Internal function module error

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Diagnostics

Troubleshooting and fault elimination

Troubleshooting and fault elimination

Fault

The PROFIBUS master indicates a bus error and the yellow LED on the function module is off.

The PROFIBUS master indicates a bus error and the yellow LED on the function module is blinking.

The drive cannot be enabled.

Possible cause Remedy

Short circuit/open circuit Check the PROFIBUS wiring.

The bus terminatior is not activated. Activate the bus terminating resistor of the last bus device.

Set station address is incorrect.

Incorrect PROFIBUS configuration data

Set the correct station address.

Check the configuration data sent by the master via C1526 .

Permitted configuration data:

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The enable signal via the control word is missing.

Controller inhibit via terminal is active.

There is no setpoint selected.

Send 007F hex

.

Set terminal X3/28 = HIGH

(+12 ... +30 V).

C0412/1 = 200 (setpoint source

PROFIBUS) must be set

Assign a setpoint to the process output data in C1511 .

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Codes

Overview

Codes

Overview

C1516

C1517

C1520

C1521

C1522

C1523

C1526

C1530

C1531

C1509

C1510

C1511

C1512

C1513

C1514

Code

C0002

C0126

C1500

C1501

C1502

C1503

1...10

1...10

1...16

1...16

1...3

1 ... 4

Subcode

1 ... 4

1 ... 4

Index

24573 d

=

5FFD h

24449 d

=

5F81 h

23075 d

=

5A23 h

23059 d

=

5A13 h

23058 d

=

5A12 h

23055 d

=

5A0F h

23054 d

=

5A0E h

23053 d

=

5A0D h

23052 d

=

5A0C h

23049 d

=

5A09 h

23045 d

=

5A05 h

23044 d

=

5A04 h

23074 d

=

5A22 h

23073 d

=

5A21 h

23072 d

=

5A20 h

23066 d

=

5A1A h

23065 d

=

5A19 h

23064 d

=

5A18 h

23063 d

=

5A17 h

23062 d

=

5A16 h

23061 d

=

5A15 h

Designation

Parameter set management

Behaviour with communication error

Software identification code

Software creation date

Display of software identification code

Display of software creation date

See

84

75

77

77

77

77

Setting the station address

Configuration of process input data

Configuration of process output data

Enable process output data

Monitoring response time of PZD communication

Monitoring reaction in case of PZD communication fault

Display of baud rate

Display of station address

Display of all words to master

Display of all words from master

Display of all process data words to basic device

Display of all process data words from basic device

Display of last configuration data

PROFIBUS−DP diagnostics

Bus status

79

79

80

78

78

79

81

82

83

74

76

76

71

72

73

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Overview

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

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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Codes

Communication−relevant Lenze codes

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Communication−relevant Lenze codes

C1509: Bus device addressing

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze

3

Selection

3

Data type

C1509 23066

5A1A h d

= [1] 126 FIX32

This code serves to set the bus device address. The setting in this code is only effective if the

DIP switches S1 ... S7 are set to OFF.

Note!

ƒ

The bus device addresses of networked controllers must differ from each other.

ƒ Switch off the voltage supply of the function module and the controller, and then switch it on again to activate the changed settings.

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Communication−relevant Lenze codes

Selection

1

7

8

5

6

9

10

2

3

4

15

16

17

18

11

12

13

14

C1510:

Configuration of process input data

Code

C1510

Subcode

1 (PIW1)

2 (PIW2)

3 (PIW3)

4 (PIW 4)

5 (PIW 5)

6 (PIW 6)

7 (PIW 7)

8 (PIW 8)

9 (PIW 9)

10 (PIW 10)

Index

23065 d

=

5A19 h

Possible settings

Lenze Selection Data type

FIX32

7

8

5

6

9

10

18

3

4

11

See table below

The bit status information or the actual values of the controller can be freely assigned to the max. 10 process data input words (PIW) of the master.

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

DRIVECOM control word (DRIVECOM−CTRL)

DRIVECOM status word (DRIVECOM−STAT)

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 V DC for 400 V mains

16383 º 325 V DC for 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

16 bits

16 bits

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Communication−relevant Lenze codes

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

8

9

6

7

10

3

4

5

Selection

1

2

C1511:

Configuration of process output data

Code

C1511

Subcode

1 (POW1)

2 (POW2)

3 (POW3)

4 (POW 4)

5 (POW 5)

6 (POW 6)

7 (POW 7)

8 (POW 8)

9 (POW 9)

10 (POW 10)

Index

23064 d

=

5A18 h

Possible settings

Lenze Selection Data type

FIX32

7

8

5

6

9

10

17

3

4

11 see table below

The process data output words (POW) of the master can be freely assigned to bit control commands or setpoints of the controller via 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/torque 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

DRIVECOM control word (DRIVECOM−CTRL)

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

For special applications only.

System manual for 8200 vector

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

16 bits or 0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

0 ... 65535

16 bits

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Communication−relevant Lenze codes

C1512: Enable process output data

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

1 1

Data type

C1512** 23063 d

=

5A17 h

[1] 65535 FIX32

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

Code C1512 can be used to re−enable all or individual process data output words (POW).

Due to the different decimal values of the bit positions, any combination of process data output words can be enabled.

ƒ 0 = Inhibit output word

ƒ 1 = Enable output word

Value of bit position

POW 10

2 9

POW 9

2 8

...

POW 2

2 1

65535 (FFFF hex

) in code C1512 enables all process output data.

POW 1

2 0

Note!

8200 vector

With 8200 vector it is not possible to enable individual process data output words. After mains switching this code is reset to 65535. Therefore, all process data are enabled.

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Codes

Monitoring codes

Monitoring codes

C0126: Behaviour with communication error

Code

C0126

Subcode Index

24449

(0x5F81)

Possible settings

Lenze

10

Selection

0 [1]

Data type

10 FIX32

0: All monitoring functions deactivated.

2: Monitoring of internal communication active

Monitoring of internal communication between function module and controller.

If the monitoring function is activated, a communication abort initiates TRIP (CE5).

Documentation for the standard device

Please refer to this documentation for a complete description of the setting options of this code.

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Monitoring codes

C1513: Monitoring response time of PZD communication

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

3000 0 C1513 23062 d

=

5A16 h

[1 ms]

The value of the response monitoring time is provided by the master.

Data type

65535 FIX32

Note!

A change in the monitoring time becomes effective immediately.

Monitoring starts with the receipt of the first telegram.

The setting C1513 = 0 deactivates the monitoring function.

C1514: Monitoring reaction in case of PZD communication fault

Code

C1514

Subcode Index

23061 d

=

5A15 h

Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0 0

0: no action

[1]

1: TRIP (fault)

2: controller inhibit (CINH)

3: quick stop (QSP)

Data type

3 FIX32

If the master does not send a message within the response monitoring time (configurable in C1513 ), the action set in this code is executed.

Note!

A change in the monitoring reaction becomes effective immediately.

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Codes

Diagnostics codes

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Diagnostics codes

C1500: Software identification code

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

Data type

C1500 23075

(0x5A23)

VS

Here the software identification code is displayed, e.g. "82ZAFU0B_20000". The code contains a string with a length of 14 bytes.

C1501: Software creation date

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

Data type

C1501 23074

(0x5A22)

VS

Here the software creation date and time are displayed, e.g. "Jun 21 2000 12:31". The code contains a string with a length of 17 bytes.

C1502: Display of software identification code

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

C1502 23073

(0x5A21)

1

...

4

Display of code C1500 in 4 subcodes, 4 characters each.

C1503: Display of software creation date

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

C1503 23072

(0x5A20)

1

...

4

Display of code C1501 in 4 subcodes, 4 characters each.

Data type

U32

Data type

U32

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Diagnostics codes

C1516: Display baud rate

Code Subcode

C1516

Index

23059 d

=

5A13 h

Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0

0: 12 Mbps

1: 6 Mbps

2: 3 Mbps

3: 1.5 Mbps

4: 500 kbps

5: 187.5 kbps

6: 93.75 kbps

7: 45.45 kbps

8: 19.2 kbps

9: 9.6 kbps

[1]

Data type

9 FIX32

C1517: Display bus device address

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

3

Data type

C1517 23058 d

=

5A12 h

[1] 126 FIX32

Display of the valid bus device address, which has been set via the DIP switches S1 ... S7 or via code C1509 .

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Diagnostics codes

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C1520: Display of all words to master

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0

Data type

C1520 23055 d

=

5A0F h

[1] 65535 U16

1 (PIW1)

...

10 (PIW10)

Display of the master’s process data input words PIW1 ... PIW10 in the different subcodes.

All words are displayed. Only the configured words are valid.

The assignment of the bit status information or the actual controller values to the up to 10 process data input words (PIW) of the master can be freely configured via code C1510 .

C1521: Display of all words from master

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0

Data type

C1521 23054 d

=

5A0E h

[1] 65535 U16

1 (POW1)

...

10 (POW10)

Display of the master’s process data output words POW1 ... POW10 in the different subcodes. All words are displayed. Only the configured words are valid.

The assignment of the up to 10 process data output words (POW) of the master to bit control commands or controller setpoints can be freely configured via code C1511 .

C1522: Display of all process data words to standard device

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0

Data type

C1522 23053 d

=

5A0D h

[1] 65535 U16

1

...

16

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

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Diagnostics codes

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

C1523: Display of all process data words from standard device

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0

Data type

C1523 23052 d

=

5A0C h

[1] 65535 U16

1

...

16

Display of the process data words 1 ... 16 which are transferred from the standard 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

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C1526: Display of last configuration data

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0

Data type

C1526 23049 d

=

5A09 h

[1] 65535 FIX32

1: byte 1

2: byte 2

3: byte 3

This code displays the current configuration frame selected in the PROFIBUS master via the

GSE file.

The configuration data indicate the following (see table below):

ƒ The type of the set parameter data channel

ƒ The length of the process data

ƒ The existence/non−existence of process data consistency

Subcode Values Description Consistent channel

DRIVECOM−PAR(Cons)

+ PZD ...

PZD(1W) 1

2

F3 hex

70 hex ...

79 hex

PKW(Cons)

PZD(1W Cons)

PZD(1W)

PZD(1W Cons)

PZD(1W)

PZD(1W Cons)

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

3

1

F3 hex

F0 hex ...

F9 hex

00 hex

F3 hex

70 hex ...

79 hex

00 hex

F3 hex

F0 hex ...

F9 hex

70 hex ...

79 hex

F0 hex ...

F9 hex

With consistent DRIVECOM parameter data channel and process data

With consistent DRIVECOM parameter data channel and process data

Process data without consistency

70 hex:

1 word ... 79 hex

: 10 words

With consistent DRIVECOM parameter data channel and consistent process data

With consistent DRIVECOM parameter data channel and consistent process data

Process data with consistency

F0 hex:

1 word ... F9 hex

: 10 words

With consistent PROFIdrive parameter data channel and process data

With consistent PROFIdrive parameter data channel and process data, in this case byte 1 is 00 hex

With consistent PROFIdrive parameter data channel and process data

Process data without consistency

70 hex:

1 word ... 79 hex

: 10 words

With consistent PROFIdrive parameter data channel and consistent process data

With consistent PROFIdrive parameter data channel and consistent process data, in this case byte 1 is 00 hex

With consistent PROFIdrive parameter data channel and consistent process data

Process data with consistency

F0 hex:

1 word ... F9 hex

: 10 words

Process data without consistency

70 hex:

1 word ... 79 hex

: 10 words

Process data with consistency

F0 hex:

1 word ... F9 hex

: 10 words

Tip!

Observe the descriptions concerning

ƒ the user data length (

39)

ƒ the meaning of consistency (

87)

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13

14

15

C1530: PROFIBUS diagnostics

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

See below C1530 23045 d

=

5A05 h

This code gives information on the current status of the PROFIBUS.

Data type

FIX32

Selection

1

2

Bit

0

3

5/4

7/6

Meaning

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Explanation

Reserved

State of the DP state machine (DP−STATE)

00 WAIT_PRM

01 WAIT_CFG

The slave waits for a parameter data telegram after booting. Other types of telegrams will be rejected or will not be processed. Data exchange is not yet possible.

The slave waits for the configuration telegram that specifies the number of input and output bytes. The master informs the slave about the number of input and output bytes that will be transferred.

10 DATA_EX If the parameter settings as well as the configuration have been accepted by the firmware and by the application, the slave state changes to "Data_Exchange"

(exchange of user data with the master)

11 Not possible

State of the watchdog state machine (WD−STATE)

00 BAUD_SEARCH The Profibus slave is able to recognise the baud rate automatically.

01 BAUD_CONTROL After recognising the correct baud rate, the slave state changes to

"Baud_Control" and the transmission rate is monitored.

10 DP_CONTROL

11 Not possible

This state is used for response monitoring of the PROFIBUS master.

8 ... 11 PROFIBUS transmission rate recognised by SPC3

Bit 11

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

0

0

10

0

0

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

9

0

1

0

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

8

0

[kbps]

12000

6000

3000

1500

500

187.5

93.75

45.45

19.2

9.6

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

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C1531: Bus counter

Code Subcode Index Possible settings

Lenze Selection

0 C1531 23044 d

=

5A04 h

[1]

1

...

4

Depending on the subcode, the following bus states are displayed:

ƒ Subcode 1: data cycles per second

ƒ Subcode 2: total data cycles

ƒ Subcode 3: total parameterisation events

ƒ Subcode 4: total configuration events

Data type

65535 FIX32

Tip!

When the maximum count value of 65535 is reached, the counter starts again with 0.

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Codes

Important controller codes

Important controller codes

C0002: Parameter set management

(Extract from code table)

Code Subcode

C0002

Index

24573

(0x5FFD)

Possible settings

Lenze

0

Selection

See below

ƒ Parameter set management:

Selection

0 Ready

Data type

FIX32

Description l l

PAR1 ... PAR4:

Parameter sets of the controller

PAR1 ... PAR4

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

ƒ Restoring the delivery state:

Selection

1

2

Lenze setting ð PAR1

Lenze setting ð PAR2

3 Lenze setting ð PAR3

4 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

Description

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 in the function module

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Important controller codes

10

7

8

5

6

ƒ Transferring parameter sets with the keypad:

Selection Important

You can use the keypad to transfer parameter sets to other controllers.

During the transfer, access to the parameters via other channels will be inhibited!

70

Keypad ð controller

With function module

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

10 (other)

Keypad ð PAR1 (+ FPAR1)

71 With function module

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

11 (other)

Keypad ð PAR2 (+ FPAR1)

72 With function module

12 (other)

Keypad ð PAR3 (+ FPAR1)

73 With function module

13 (other)

Keypad ð PAR4 (+ FPAR1)

74 With function module

14 (other)

Controller ð keypad

80 With function module

20 (other)

Keypad ð function module

40 Only with function module

Function module ð keypad

50 Only with function module

Copy all available parameter sets (PAR1 ... PAR4, FPAR1 if available) into the keypad

Overwrite only the module−specific parameter set FPAR1 with the keypad data

Copy only the module−specific parameter set FPAR1 into the keypad

ƒ Saving your own setting:

Selection

9 PAR1 ð own setting

Important

You can store your own setting for the controller parameters

(e.g. the delivery state of your machine):

1. Check that parameter set 1 is active

2. Inhibit the controller

3. Set C0003 = 3, confirm with

4. Set C0002 = 9, confirm with , your own setting has been stored

5. Set C0003 = 1, confirm with

6. Enable the controller

This function can also be used to copy PAR1 to the parameter sets PAR2 ... PAR4

Restore your own setting in the selected parameter set Own setting ð PAR1

Own setting ð PAR2

Own setting ð PAR3

Own setting ð PAR4

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Appendix

Particularities for use in conjunction with Lenze standard devices

Appendix

Particularities for use in conjunction with Lenze standard devices

Use of function module in conjunction with starttec motor starter

Note!

If the function module is used in conjunction with the starttec motor starter, solely the Lenze device control is effective.

In the following table, the bit assignments for the applicable control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1) and status word 1 (FIF−STAT1) are given:

Control word 1 (FIF−CTRL1)

5

6

3

4

1

2

Bit

0

7

Assignment

S1

S2

Brake

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Status word 1 (FIF−STAT1)

5

6

3

4

1

2

Bit

0

7

Assignment

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Fixed 1

Controller inhibit

8

9

8 ... 11

0

1

Controller enabled

Controller inhibited

Device status

10

11

0

1

Reserved

Controller inhibit

(FIF−CTRL1−CINH)

Controller enabled

Controller inhibited

External fault

(FIF−CTRL1−TRIP−SET)

Fault reset

Bit 11 10 9 8

1

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

1

0

1

0

1

1

0

Operation inhibited

Operation enabled

Fault active

Communication with basic device not possible

12

13

14

15

0=>1 (FIF−CRTL1−TRIP−RESET)

Bit change causes TRIP reset

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

12

13

14

15

0

1

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Ready for operation

Not ready for operation (fault)

Ready for operation (no fault)

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Consistent parameter data

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Consistent parameter data

In the PROFIBUS communication system, data are permanently exchanged between the host ( CPU + PROFIBUS master ) and the standard device via the plugged−on slave interface module.

Both the PROFIBUS master and the CPU (central processing unit) of the host access a joint memory − the dual port memory (DPM).

The DPM allows data exchange in both directions (write/read):

Central processing unit (CPU)

ó Dual port memory

(DPM)

ó PROFIBUS master

It could happen that a slower PROFIBUS master writing would be overtaken by a faster CPU reading within a cycle time without any further data organisation.

To avoid such an impermissible state, the parameter data to be transmitted must be marked as "consistent".

Data communication with existing consistency

With consistency, either "reading" or "writing" is possible when the master and the CPU simultaneously access the memory:

ƒ

The PROFIBUS master transfers data only as a complete data set.

ƒ

The CPU can only access completely updated data sets.

ƒ The PROFIBUS master cannot read or write data as long as the CPU accesses consistent data.

The result becomes clear from the example below:

Central processing unit (CPU)

ó Dual port memory

(DPM)

ó PROFIBUS master

CPU wants to read!

PROFIBUS master wants to write simultaneously!

1. As the PROFIBUS master can only write if the CPU does not read, the master has to wait until the data are read completely by the CPU.

2. The PROFIBUS master only writes a complete data set into the DPM.

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Consistent parameter data

Configuring consistent data

Consistency is achieved by an appropriate PROFIBUS master configuration. Please refer to the corresponding documentation for your configuring software for this purpose.

Tip!

Consistency configuration depends on the PROFIBUS master configuring software. When using a Siemens−S5 PLC, please consider:

ƒ Consistency is switched on by any word in the consistent area

ƒ Consistency must be switched off by a specific switch−off word.

ƒ

The type of CPU and consistency and the address area determine which word switches off consistency.

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Parallel operation of AIF and FIF interfaces

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Parallel operation of AIF and FIF interfaces

Note!

The option of parallel operation ...

ƒ of a communication module (AIF) and a function module (FIF) exists for the standard devices 8200 vector and Drive PLC.

ƒ of two function modules (FIF) exists for the standard devices 8200motec,

Drive PLC and starttec.

Possible combinations

Function module on FIF

Standard I/O PT E82ZAFSC010

Application I/O PT

PROFIBUS−DP

E82ZAFAC010

E82ZAFPC010

PROFIBUS I/O

Sys. bus CAN PT

Sys. bus CAN PT

E82ZAFPC201

E82ZAFCC010

E82ZAFCC210

Sys.−bus CAN−I/O RS PT E82ZAFCC100

CANopen PT

DeviceNet PT

INTERBUS PT

LECOM−B PT

AS interface PT

E82ZAFUC010

E82ZAFVC010

E82ZAFIC010

E82ZAFLC010

E82ZAFFC010

Keypad E82ZBC

Keypad XT

EMZ9371BC

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

PROFIBUS−DP

EMF2133IB

ü

ü )

Communication module on AIF

System bus

CAN

EMF2171IB

EMF2172IB

ü

ü )

CANopen

EMF2178IB

ü

ü )

DeviceNet

EMF2179IB

ü

ü ) x x x x

ü x x x x x

ü x x x x x

ü x x x x x

ü x x x x x

Ethernet

PowerLink

EMF2191IB

ü

ü ) x

ü x x x x x

Function module on FIF

Standard I/O PT E82ZAFSC010

Application I/O PT

PROFIBUS−DP

PROFIBUS I/O

Sys. bus CAN PT

E82ZAFAC010

E82ZAFPC010

E82ZAFPC201

E82ZAFCC010

Sys. bus CAN PT E82ZAFCC210

Sys.−bus CAN−I/O RS PT E82ZAFCC100

CANopen PT E82ZAFUC010

DeviceNet PT

INTERBUS PT

E82ZAFVC010

E82ZAFIC010

LECOM−B PT

AS interface PT

E82ZAFLC010

E82ZAFFC010

ü

ü x

INTERBUS

EMF2113IB

ü

ü ) x

ü x x x x x

ü )

ü

ü )

ü )

ü )

ü )

ü )

Communication module on AIF

LECOM−A/B

EMF2102IBC V001

ü

ü )

LECOM−A

EMF2102IBC V004

ü

ü )

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

ü

LECOM−B

EMF2102IBC V002

ü

ü )

ü )

ü

ü )

ü )

ü )

ü )

ü )

LECOM−LI

EMF2102IBC V003

ü

ü )

ü )

ü

Combination possible, communication module can be supplied internally or externally

(keypad only internally)

Combination possible, communication module has to be supplied externally

Combination not possible

ü )

ü )

ü )

ü )

ü )

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Appendix

Parallel operation of AIF and FIF interfaces

Notes on parallel operation

For internal voltage supply, the jumper must be plugged on at the indicated position.

0

External voltage supply (delivery state)

0

Voltage supply through internal voltage source

8200vec073

0

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A

Access to Lenze codes, DRIVECOM, 57

Adapting device controls, 38

Address settings, 41

Addressing

− Lenze parameters (DRIVECOM), 57

− parameter data (DRIVECOM), 57

− Parameter sets, 66

Ambient conditions, 15

− Climate, 15

Application as directed, 11

B

Baud rate, 15

Bus cable length, 24 , 32

C

C0002: Parameter set management, 84

C0126: Behaviour with communication error, 75

C1500: Software identification code, 77

C1501: Software creation date, 77

C1502: Display of software identification code, 77

C1503: Display of software creation date, 77

C1509: Bus device addressing, 71

C1510: Configuration of process input data, 48 , 72

C1511: Configuration of process output data, 45 , 73

C1512: Enable process output data, 74

C1513: Monitoring response time of PZD communication,

76

C1514: Monitoring reaction in case of PZD communication fault, 76

C1516: Display baud rate, 78

C1517: Display bus device address, 78

C1520: Display of all words to master, 79

C1521: Display of all words from master, 79

C1522: Display of all process data words to standard device, 79

C1523: Display of all process data words from standard device, 80

C1526: Display of last configuration data, 81

C1530: PROFIBUS diagnostics, 82

C1531: Bus counter, 83

Cable cross−sections, 30

Cable specification, 24

CE−typical drive system, 21

Codes, 69

Commissioning, 33

Commissioning steps, 34

Communication medium, 15

Communication profile, 15

Communication time, 18

Communication−relevant Lenze codes, 71

Configuration

− Process input data, 48

− Process output data, 44

Connections, 14

Consistent parameter data, 87

Control, DRIVECOM, 51

Controller codes, 84

D

Defining the user data length, 39

Definition of notes used, 8

Definitions, 7

Device control, Lenze, 44

Device data base file, 37

Device protection, 10 , 20

DeviceNet, Bus cable length, 32

Diagnostics, 67

Diagnostics codes, 77

DIP switch, 14

DP user data length, 15

Drive profile, 15

DRIVECOM

− Bit control commands, 54

− Control word, 52

− error codes, 61

− Parameter data channel, 57

− State machine, 51

− Status bits, 55

− Status word, 53

DRIVECOM control, 51

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E

E82ZAFPC00x

− external supply, 17

− load on ext. supply, 17

E82ZAFPC010

− external supply, 17

− load on ext. supply, 17

E82ZAFUC010

− rated data, 16

− terminal assignment, 29

Electrical installation, 21

Error codes, DRIVECOM, 61

External supply

− E82ZAFPC00x, 17

− E82ZAFPC010, 17

External voltage supply, 26

F

Fault elimination, 68

Features of the function module, 13

I

Identification, 12

Installation, 20

− electrical, 21

− mechanical, 20

− Terminals, Assignment, 28

Insulation

− E82ZAFPC001, 16

− E82ZAFUC010, 16

Insulation voltage, 16

Interfaces, 14

Internal DC voltage supply, 25

L

LED status displays, 67

Lenze codes, 69

− C0002, 84

− C0126, 75

− C1500, 77

− C1501, 77

− C1502, 77

− C1503, 77

− C1509, 71

− C1510, 48 , 72

− C1511, 45 , 73

− C1512, 74

− C1513, 76

− C1514, 76

− C1516, 78

− C1517, 78

− C1520, 79

− C1521, 79

− C1522, 79

− C1523, 80

− C1526, 81

− C1530, 82

− C1531, 83

Lenze parameters, DRIVECOM, 57

M

Master, Settings, 36

Mechanical installation, 20

Monitoring, Codes, 75

N

Nameplate, 12 , 14

Nameplate data, 12

Network topology, 15

Notes, definition, 8

Number of bus devices, 23

O

Order designation, 15

P

Parallel operation of AIF and FIF interfaces, 89

Parameter, C0142 (protection against unexpected start−up), 42

Parameter data, Consistency , 87

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Parameter data channel, DRIVECOM, 57

− addressing of the parameter data, 57

− Lenze parameters (DRIVECOM), 57

− telegram structure, 57

Parameter data transfer, 56

Parameter set management, 84

Parameter set transfer, 66

Parameter sets, Lenze, 66

Plug connectors, 31

− Use, spring connection, 31

Pollution, 15

Process data transfer, 43

Process input data configuration, 48

Process output data configuration, 44

Processing time, 18

Processing times

− 8200 motec, 18

− 8200 vector, 18

− starttec, 18

Product description, 11

− application as directed, 11

Product features, 13

PROFIdrive

− Reading parameters (DP−V0), 62

− Writing parameters (DP−V0), 64

Protection against uncontrolled start−up, 42

Protection against unexpected start−up, 42

Protection of persons, 10

Protective insulation, 16

− E82ZAFPC001, 16

PUO ID number, 15

R

Rated data, 16

Reading parameters, PROFIdrive (DP−V0), 62

Repeaters, 23

Residual hazards, 10

Index

12

S

Safety instructions, 9

− application as directed, 11

− definition, 8

− device− and application−specific, 10

− layout, 8

Screw−tightening torques, 30

Setting the node address, 41

Settings, Master, 36

Specification of the transmission cable, 24

Status displays, 67

T

Technical data, 15

Telegram structure, DRIVECOM, 57

Terminal assignment, E82ZAFUC010, 29

Terminal strip, connections, 14

Terminals, Assignment, 28

Transmission cable, specification, 24

Troubleshooting, 68

Type code, 12

− finding, 12

U

Usage conditions, Ambient conditions, Climate, 15

Use of plug connectors, 31

V

Validity of the documentation, 5

Voltage supply, 25

− internal, 25

Voltage supply: external, 26

W

Wiring according to EMC, 21

Wiring with a host (master), 22

Writing parameters, PROFIdrive (DP−V0), 64

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