XtraDrive-DP User Manual

XtraDrive-DP User Manual
XtraDrive (XD-) SERIES
AC SERVO DRIVER
XtraDrive-DP
Embedded PROFIBUS
User Manual
Revision B
Catalog No. 8U0112
XtraDrive-DP User Manual
Copyright  2003 by YET, Yaskawa Eshed Technology Ltd. All rights reserved.
XtraDrive-DP User Manual
Catalog No. 8U0112, Revision B
November 2003
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be stored in a retrieval system,
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written permission of the publisher. Program listings may be entered, stored, and
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This guide is designed to provide information about the XtraDrive hardware.
Every effort has been made to make this guide complete and as accurate as
possible. However, no warranty of suitability, purpose or fitness is made or
implied. YET Ltd. Is not liable or responsible to any person or entity for loss or
damage in connection with or stemming from the use of XtraDrive and/or the
information contained in this publication.
YET Ltd. Bears no responsibility for errors, which may appear in this publication
and retains the right to make changes to the products and the guide without
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Some of the software described in this manual is furnished under a license and
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This includes third-party software such as the S7 SIMATEC Manager.
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About This Manual
About This Manual
This manual is intended for users who want to easily integrate the
XtraDrive-DP system into a PROFIBUS network. It explains how to
connect XtraDrive-DP to a PROFIBUS network and how to use
standard tools to set up the behavior and functionality of the
XtraDrive-DP on the PROFIBUS network.
This manual contains the following chapters:
✦ Chapter 1, Introducing XtraDrive-DP, describes the
XtraDrive-DP servo driver and provides an introduction to
PROFIBUS networking.
✦ Chapter 2, Installing XtraDrive-DP, describes how to connect
XtraDrive-DP to PROFIBUS.
✦ Chapter 3, Working with XtraDrive-DP, describes the process
of setting up and configuring XtraDrive-DP to work on a
PROFIBUS network.
✦ Appendix A, XtraDrive-DP GSD File, provides a link to the
most updated GSD file.
✦ Appendix B, XtraDrive-DP Parameters List, provides a list of
configurable XtraDrive-DP parameters.
✦ Appendix C, XtraDrive-DP Alarms, Warnings and Faults,
provides a list of system errors.
✦ Appendix D, Working with XtraWare, provides an overview of
the PC-based XtraWare software.
✦ Appendix E, Example of Using XtraDrive-DP, describes how to
set up and control an XtraDrive-DP slave. The DP configuration
tool used in this example is the S7 SIMATEC Manager.
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Related Documents
Related Documents
The following books provide additional information:
✦ XtraDrive User Manual, Catalog No. 8U0108
✦ XtraWare User’s Manual, Catalog No. 8U0109
✦ XtraDrive Short Form Installation Guide, Catalog No. 8U0107
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introducing XtraDrive-DP...................................... 1
What is XtraDrive? .......................................................................................................2
XtraDrive with Embedded PROFIBUS (XtraDrive-DP)...............................................3
Product Overview ........................................................................................................4
XtraDrive-DP Specifications......................................................................................4
PROFIBUS Interface Specifications ...........................................................................6
Nameplate................................................................................................................7
Type Description ......................................................................................................8
Introduction to PROFIBUS...........................................................................................9
PROFIBUS-DP ..........................................................................................................9
Parameterization.....................................................................................................11
Configuration..........................................................................................................12
Data Exchange........................................................................................................12
GSD File .................................................................................................................13
Chapter 2: Installing XtraDrive-DP........................................ 15
Connecting an XtraDrive-DP......................................................................................15
The PROFIBUS Network.........................................................................................16
Connecting XtraDrive-DP to a PROFIBUS Network................................................18
Setting the Node Address........................................................................................20
LED Indicators ........................................................................................................21
Chapter 3: Working with XtraDrive-DP................................. 23
Overview....................................................................................................................24
Setting Up XtraDrive-DP ............................................................................................25
Installing GSD Files ................................................................................................25
Using Modules to Set Up XtraDrive-DP ..................................................................25
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Sending Commands ................................................................................................... 33
Setting XtraDrive-DP Parameters............................................................................... 37
Setting Parameters at Parameterization................................................................... 37
Setting Parameters During Data Exchange.............................................................. 38
Setting Parameters with XtraWare .......................................................................... 38
Reading Variables ...................................................................................................... 39
Downloading XtraDrive-DP Programs....................................................................... 40
Starting Program Synchronization ............................................................................. 41
Diagnostics ................................................................................................................ 42
XtraDrive-DP’s Response to Clear Data Control Command ...................................... 44
Appendix A: XtraDrive-DP GSD File ..................................... 45
Appendix B: XtraDrive-DP Parameters List............................ 47
Appendix C: XtraDrive-DP Alarms, Warnings and Faults ...... 67
Alarm Messages ......................................................................................................... 67
Warning Messages ..................................................................................................... 69
Fault Messages ........................................................................................................... 69
Appendix D: Working with XtraWare.................................... 73
Appendix E: Example of Using XtraDrive-DP......................... 75
Specifications............................................................................................................. 75
Workflow................................................................................................................... 76
System Setup .......................................................................................................... 76
Application Setup................................................................................................... 78
Application Execution During Data Exchange........................................................ 81
Index ..................................................................................... 83
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Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
In this manual, safety precautions are classified as WARNING or
CAUTION. It is extremely important that you pay close attention to
these precautions.
The following symbols are used:
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious personal injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in
minor or moderate personal injury and/or damage to the equipment. In some
instances, items described in a CAUTION could also result in a serious accident.
Read the following safety precautions thoroughly before
installation, operation, maintenance or inspection of the
XtraDrive-DP.
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Safety Precautions
Installation
WARNING
After voltage resistance testing, wait at least five minutes before servicing the
product.
Failure to observe this warning could result in electric shock.
CAUTION
Never use the equipment near flammable materials, or where it may be exposed to
splashes of water or corrosive or flammable gases.
Failure to observe this caution could result in electric shock or fire.
Wiring
WARNING
XtraDrive grounding must be in accordance with the national code and consistent
with sound local practices.
Failure to observe this warning could result in electric shock or fire.
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Safety Precautions
CAUTION
Do not connect three-phase power supply to XtraDrive output terminals U, V,
and W.
Failure to observe this caution could result in personal injury or fire.
Securely tighten screws on the terminal block and ground terminals of power input
and motor connections.
When using a 400V XtraDrive, the amount of current leaking from the power line
increases. Therefore, use cables and isolation materials rated for 400V, and keep
the wires as short as possible.
Inspection and Maintenance
WARNING
Be sure to turn power OFF before inspection or maintenance.
Failure to observe this warning could result in electric shock.
Never open the terminal cover while power is ON, and never turn power ON when
the terminal cover is open.
Failure to observe this warning could result in electric shock.
After turning power OFF, wait at least five minutes before servicing the product.
Failure to observe this warning could result in residual electric charges causing
electric shock.
CAUTION
Never change wiring while power is ON.
Failure to observe this warning could result in electric shock or personal injury.
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Safety Precautions
Receiving
CAUTION
Use the specified combination of servomotor and XtraDrive.
Failure to observe this caution could result in fire or equipment failure.
Operation
CAUTION
To avoid accidents, perform a test run of the servomotor with no load.
Failure to observe this caution could result in personal injury.
Before starting operation with a load connected, set up user constants suitable for
the machine.
Failure to do so could result in overrun failure. When the load moves vertically,
incorrect setting of the user constants may cause the load to fall.
Before starting operation with a load connected, make sure emergency-stop
procedures are in place.
Failure to observe this caution could result in personal injury.
During operation, do not touch the XtraDrive's heat sink.
Failure to observe this caution could result in burns.
Motor overload protection is internally provided. For further information, refer to the
XtraDrive User Manual, Catalog No. 8U0108.
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Safety Precautions
General Precautions
To ensure safe application, the following must be noted:
✦ The drawings presented in this manual are sometimes shown
without covers or protective guards. Always replace the cover
or protective guard as specified first, and then operate the
products in accordance with the manual.
✦ The drawings presented in this manual are typical examples
and may not match the product you received.
✦ This manual is subject to change due to product improvement,
specification modification, and manual improvement. When
this manual is revised, the manual code is updated, and the
new manual is published as a next edition. The edition number
appears on the front and back covers.
✦ If the manual must be ordered due to loss or damage, inform
your nearest YET representative or one of the offices listed on
the back of this manual.
✦ YET will not take responsibility for the results of unauthorized
modifications of this product. YET shall not be liable for any
damages or problems resulting from unauthorized modification.
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Chapter 1: Introducing XtraDrive-DP
Chapter 1
Introducing
XtraDrive-DP
About This Chapter
This chapter provides a brief overview of XtraDrive-DP and its use
on a PROFIBUS network.
✦ What is XtraDrive?, page 2, provides a brief introduction to
XtraDrive-DP.
✦ Product Overview, page 4, provides a list of XtraDrive-DP and
PROFIBUS specifications.
✦ Introduction to PROFIBUS, page 9, provides an introduction to
PROFIBUS.
✦ Parameterization, page 11, provides an overview of the
Parameterization stage.
✦ Configuration, page 12, provides an overview of the
Configuration stage.
✦ Data Exchange, page 12, provides an overview of the data
exchange stage.
✦ GSD File, page 13, provides a brief description of the GSD files.
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What is XtraDrive?
XtraDrive is a family of state-of-art, high-precision AC servo drivers.
XtraDrive is based on a unique proprietary control technology,
offering solutions for the most demanding applications.
XtraDrive characteristics include:
✦ Advanced servo control
❖ High-precision During Movement (NCT Algorithm)
❖ Oscillation Canceling Algorithm (OCA)
✦ Automatic tuning of servo parameters for optimal setting time
✦ Integrated positioner by various programmable motion profile
modes
✦ 1.5 Axis (Master-Slave with automatic offset correction)
✦ Two analog inputs for general purpose usage
✦ Network connectivity
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XtraDrive with Embedded
PROFIBUS (XtraDrive-DP)
XtraDrive-DP provides all the benefits of working with the
XtraDrive family of products, while running on PROFIBUS network.
XtraDrive-DP uses PROFIBUS’ standard diagnostic features to
provide continuous diagnostics, as well as driver status and
information about runtime error in motion commands.
XtraDrive-DP has PROFIBUS product certification according to
EN 50170 and IEC 61158.
As XtraDrive-DP has the same parameter set, system variables,
motion commands and programming functions as the rest of the
XtraDrive family, it functions in a familiar and easy to-use manner.
Refer to the XtraDrive and XtraWare User Manuals for detailed
information about using XtraDrive.
Even when XtraDrive is connected to a network, you can use
XtraWare for tuning, oscilloscope functions, program editing and
program download. Refer to the XtraWare User’s Manual for
detailed information about the XtraWare software.
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Product Overview
Below are the specifications for the XtraDrive-DP and the
PROFIBUS interface.
XtraDrive-DP Specifications
Servo motor capacity (kW)
0.5
Voltage
3-Phase 400 VAC
Command input
PROFIBUS, Analog, pulse train
Integrated positioner
Various programmable motion
profile modes
Encoder I/F
A/B (Z) encoder, serial encoder:
13, 16 or 17 -bit
(incremental/absolute value)
Protection functions
Overcurrent, overvoltage,
undervoltage, overload,
regeneration error, main circuit
voltage error, heat sink overheat,
overspeed, encoder error overrun,
parameter error
Digital inputs
7
Digital outputs
7
Analog input
2 at +/- 10 VDC at rated torque
Analog output
2 at +/- 10 VDC at rated torque
Speed control range
1 to 6000 rpm
Speed-voltage regulation
Rated voltage +/- 10%: 0% (at rated
speed)
Speed-load regulation
0-100% load: 0.01% max. (at rated
speed)
External torque limitation
Input voltage +/- 12 V max.
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Ambient/storage
temperature
0-55° C/ -20 to -85° C
Ambient/storage humidity
90% or less (with no condensation)
Dimensions for 400V 0.5,
1.0, 1.5 kW models
LxWxH 180x110x160
Dimensions for 400V 2,
3 kW models
LxWxH 180x110x250
Dimensions for 200V 30,
50, 100, 200 W models
LxWxH 130x55x160
Dimensions for 200V
400 W model
LxWxH 130x75x160
Dimensions for 200V 0.8,
1.0 kW models
LxWxH 130x90x160
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PROFIBUS Interface Specifications
Maximum Expansion
126 stations max.
Communication
RS-485
Auto-configuring
GSD file
PROFIBUS Profile
DP
PROFIBUS Port
9-pin D-shell
Node Address
0-125 decimal
Set by rotary switches (2 digit hex
number)
Segment distance
100 meters (327 feet) to
1200 meters (3270 feet)
Baud Rate
Selectable from 9.6 kbps to
12 Mbps
LED Indicators:
BF
BF - Bus failure
Green
Data exchange
Red
No
communication
SF - System failure
Blinking Communication
Red
but not in data
exchange
SF
Off
Everything OK
Red
System failure
Blinking Warning or alarm
Red
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Nameplate
A nameplate is attached to each XtraDrive-DP, providing the
drive’s model number and other product information. The
information from this nameplate is used, for example, when placing
orders for XtraDrive-DPs.
Type
Serial number
Applicable power supply
Servomotor output
The following information is included on the nameplate:
✦ Serial number
✦ Applicable power supply
✦ Servomotor output
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Type Description
This section specifies the model type information for each
XtraDrive-DP.
XD - 01 - T S
D1
R
Y999
XtraDrive Series
Max. Applicable
Servomotor Power
(see table below)
Input Voltage:
M - 200VAC, or
T - 400VAC
Extended Functionality
By Option Boards:
S - no CN10 connector, or
N - with CN10 connector
Design Version #
D0-DF
Blank, or
R - Rack mounted, or
V - Board coating
(optional)
Blank, or Y followed by
1 to 4 alphanumeric characters
to identify customer applications
(optional)
Output Capacity
Code
Max. Applicable
Servomotor Power (kW)
P3
0.03
P5
0.05
01
0.1
02
0.2
04
0.4
05
0.50
08
0.75
10
1.0
15
1.5
20
2.0
30
3.0
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Introduction to PROFIBUS
PROFIBUS (Process Field Bus) is a vendor-independent, open-field
bus standard used in a wide variety of industries, including
manufacturing, process and building automation. Many certified
PROFIBUS products are available, including sensors, motor drives
and starters, PLCs, remote I/O systems, and so on.
There are three types of PROFIBUS products:
✦ Fieldbus Message Specification (FMS)
This version is designed as a general-purpose solution for
communication tasks at the cell level, and can also be used for
extensive and complex communication tasks.
✦ Process Automation (PA)
This version is designed for process automation. It permits
sensors and actuators to be connected on one common bus
line. This version can be used for data communication and
power over the bus using 2-wire technology according to
IEC 1158-2.
✦ Decentralized Periphery (DP)
This version is designed for communication between
automation control systems and distributed I/O at the device
level. This version can be used in place parallel signal
transmission with 24V or 0 to 20 mA.
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP is a master/slave communication profile, which
allows up to 126 stations on each bus. These stations perform
connection-oriented communication and have a transmission rate
of up to 12 Mbps. The length of the messages between the master
and slave is up to 256 bytes. Information transferred from the
master to the slave is called Output, and information transferred
from the slave to the master is called Input.
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PROFIBUS allows:
✦ Peer-to-peer (user data communication) or multicast (control
commands)
✦ Cyclic master/slave user data communication
✦ Control commands which allow synchronization of I/O
During integration of the XtraDrive-DP to the PROFIBUS network,
you set up the data types and parameter values that will be
transferred over the network, and then transfer this information to
the master. The master then uses this information to control the
XtraDrive-DP during data exchange.
This process is composed of four steps:
✦ Power ON/Reset - In this step
communications are initialized
between the XtraDrive-DP and the
PROFIBUS network.
✦ Parameterization - In this step the
parameters that you have chosen to
determine XtraDrive-DP’s behavior and
operation are downloaded to the
XtraDrive-DP slave. More detail is
provided on page 11.
✦ I/O Configuration - In this step the
structure of the input and output data
that will be transferred between the
master and the XtraDrive-DP during
data exchange is downloaded to the
XtraDrive-DP slave. More detail is
provided on page 12.
Power ON/
Reset
Parameterization
I/O Configuration
Data Exchange
✦ Data Exchange - In this step cyclic exchange of data and slave
diagnostics is performed.
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Parameterization
During the Parameterization stage, the master downloads
PROFIBUS bus parameters and XtraDrive parameters to the
XtraDrive-DP. Parameterization needs to be performed only once,
when the XtraDrive-DP is powered on, or after a power failure or
other system restart.
The first seven bytes of a parameterization message are standard for
all PROFIBUS slaves. Among other information, these first seven
bytes include:
✦ Response monitoring time - control time for bus activity to the
slave
✦ TSDR - minimum slave response time
✦ Freeze/Sync mode
✦ Lock or unlock slave for this master
✦ Master address
✦ Ident number - identification number for verification
Bytes 8-244 can contain additional user-defined parameters
specifically for the XtraDrive-DP. Refer to XtraDrive-DP Parameters
in Chapter 3, Working with XtraDrive-DP for further details.
Using a PROFIBUS DP configuration tool, you select the desired
module’s parameters and values. (Refer to Appendix B,
XtraDrive-DP Parameters List, for a list of all available
XtraDrive-DP parameters. Refer to Appendix E, Example of Using
XtraDrive-DP for an example of how to use the S7 SIMATIC
Manager to set up, parameterize and configure an XtraDrive-DP to
work on a PROFIBUS network.)
NOTE:
After the parameterization stage, the XtraDrive-DP resets its servo circuit.
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Configuration
In the Configuration stage, you define the structure of the input and
output messages that will be transmitted between the master and
XtraDrive-DP during data exchange. Inputs and outputs include
XtraDrive-DP system variables, physical I/O state, flags and motion
commands. This stage is performed using a PROFIBUS DP
configuration tool.
This information will later be downloaded to the XtraDrive-DP
slave during the Configuration stage. Configuration is also
performed only once, after Parameterization, when the
XtraDrive-DP is powered on, or after a power failure or other
system restart.
XtraDrive-DP’s I/O configuration modules are all contained in the
GSD file that you loaded into the PROFIBUS DP configuration tool.
Data Exchange
During the data exchange stage the master reads inputs from the
XtraDrive-DP and writes outputs to the XtraDrive-DP. These inputs
and outputs are determined according to what you have defined
during the Configuration stage.
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GSD File
Every product that runs on a PROFIBUS network has a GSD file
(device data file) associated with it. The GSD file contains a
superset of all the parameters available for a particular product. It
also describes the data that can be transmitted between the master
and slave during data exchange.
The information provided in a GSD file has a precisely defined
format, which enables the PROFIBUS DP configuration tool to
automatically use this information when configuring the bus
system.
The GSD file is loaded only once, at the beginning of the setup
process. Refer to Appendix E, Example of Using XtraDrive-DP for a
complete example of how to use a PROFIBUS DP configuration
tool. Information can also be downloaded from PROFIBUS’
website: www.profibus.com. A copy of the most updated GSD file
(YETM07AA.GSD) for the XtraDrive-DP can be downloaded from
YET’s website: www.yetmotion.com or from www.profibus.com.
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Chapter 2
Installing
XtraDrive-DP
About This Chapter
This chapter describes how to connect an XtraDrive-DP to a
PROFIBUS network. It provides a brief description of PROFIBUS
network architecture, and gives instructions for setting the node
address of each XtraDrive-DP.
Connecting an XtraDrive-DP
XtraDrive-DP servo drives are connected to a PROFIBUS network
via a standard RS-485 communication cable.
For information on how to connect other XtraDrive series products
to peripheral devices, as well as for examples of main circuit wiring
and I/O signal connections, refer to Chapter 3, Wiring in the
XtraDrive User Manual.
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The PROFIBUS Network
PROFIBUS devices are connected in a bus structure. Up to
32 stations (master or slaves) can be connected in one segment,
and multiple buses may be connected if line amplifiers are used.
The bus has an active bus terminator at the beginning and end of
each segment. To ensure error-free operation, both bus
terminations must always be powered up.
VP (6)
Station 1
390 Ω
Station 2
RxD/TxD-P (3)
(3) RxD/TxD-P
DGND (5)
Data Line
(5) DGND
VP (6)
RxD/TxD-P (3)
220 Ω
(6) VP
RxD/TxD-N (8)
(8) RxD/TxD-N
Data Line
RxD/TxD-N (8)
Shielding
390 Ω
Protective
Ground
Protective
Ground
DGND (5)
Cabling
Bus Termination
When more than 32 stations are used, repeaters (line amplifiers)
must be used to connect the individual bus segments.
The maximum cable length depends on the transmission speed and
cable type (see Table 2). The specified cable length can be
increased by the use of repeaters. The use of more than three
repeaters in series is not recommended.
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Electrical Characteristics
The following table provides electrical characteristics for network
communication cables.
Table 1: Line Parameters
Parameter
Type A
Type B
Impedance
135 ...165 W
(3 to 20 Mhz)
100 ...130 W
(f >100kHz)
Capacity
<30 pF/m
<60 pF/m
Resistance
<110 Ω/km
-
Wire gauge
>0,64 mm
>0,53 mm
Conductor area
>0,34 mm
>0,22 mm
Transmission Line Lengths
The following table shows the cable lengths to be used at different
transmission speeds.
Table 2: Line Lengths for Different Transmission Speeds
Baud rate (kbit/s)
9.6
19.2
93.75 187.5
500
1500
300012000
Length Type A (m)
1200
1200
1200
1000
400
200
100
Length Type B (m)
1200
1200
1200
600
200
-
-
Connection Cables
The following are examples of cables that may be used to connect
XtraDrive-DP to a PROFIBUS network:
✦ Desina - PROFIBUS cable - Catalog no. 3DRX 22X 02R
✦ Siemens - PROFIBUS cable - Catalog no. V45467-G16-C85-G1
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Connecting XtraDrive-DP to a
PROFIBUS Network
Overview
The diagram below shows a typical configuration of XtraDrive-DPs
on a PROFIBUS network.
PC
Master
Master
GSD files
PROFIBUS
XtraDrive-DP
XtraDrive-DP
A typical configuration consists of the following components:
✦ Using a PC-based configuration tool, you create a project
containing parameterization and configuration information for
the XtraDrive-DP, which is then downloaded to a master.
✦ A master receives this information from a PC and then uses it to
control the activity of the XtraDrive-DP slaves.
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✦ XtraDrive-DP slaves receive commands from the master and
produce data that are sent back to the master. Information is
continuously and cyclically transmitted between the master and
the XtraDrive-DP over the PROFIBUS network during data
exchange.
✦ Other types of slaves may be connected to the PROFIBUS
network as well.
PROFIBUS Connection Port (CN6)
Use a 9-pin D-sub connector to connect to a PROFIBUS network,
using RS-485 communications.
The diagrams below show the various connection ports on an
XtraDrive-DP. The placement of the various ports varies on
different models. However, the PROFIBUS connection port is
always labeled CN6.
Node Address
PROFIBUS
Connector
(CN6)
RS-232/RS-422
Communication
Node Address
RS-232/RS-422
Communication
I/O
A/B Encoder
Commutation Sensors
of Serial Encoder
I/O
A/B Encoder
Commutation Sensors
of Serial Encoder
PROFIBUS
Connector
(CN6)
For information about other connections on the XtraDrive-DP, refer
to the XtraDrive User Manual.
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Setting the Node Address
The second stage of the installation process is setting the node
address.
Set the PROFIBUS node address by rotating the rotary switches
located on the front of the XtraDrive-DP. Use a small flat
screwdriver to set the switches to an available node address, from
0 to 125. Note that x10 represents the hexadecimal sixteens place
(MSB) and x1 represents the units place (LSB). For example, to set a
node address of 52, you should set rotary switches to 34 Hex,
meaning that the MSB dial (x10) should be turned to 3 and the
LSB dial (x1) should be turned to 4.
3 4 5
7 8 9 A
6
7 8 9 A
x10
F 0 1 2
BCD
E
3 4 5
BCD
F 0 1 2
6
E
x1
The status of the node address rotary switches is only read
immediately after power on. You should take note of this fact when
changing the node address.
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LED Indicators
The front of the XtraDrive-DP contains two LEDs that indicate the
XtraDrive-DP’s status. One of the LEDs displays bus information
and the other displays system information.
Each of the LEDs can have three states.
✦ System failure LED
❖ When the LED is off, no system failure has occurred.
❖ When the LED is red, a system failure has occurred.
❖ When the LED is blinking red, a warning or alarm has
occurred.
NOTE:
If the system failure LED indicates that a warning message or
alarm has been received, refer to the XtraDrive User Manual for
further information.
✦ Bus failure LED
❖ When the LED is green, data exchange is taking place.
❖ When the LED is red, no communication is taking place.
❖ When the LED is blinking red, communication is taking
place but the XtraDrive-DP is not performing data
exchange.
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Chapter 3
Working with
XtraDrive-DP
About This Chapter
This chapter discusses the main stages of working with
XtraDrive-DP on a PROFIBUS network, the various types of
parameters that can be set and diagnostics available for
XtraDrive-DP.
✦ Overview, page 24, provides an introduction to XtraDrive-DP
functionality and how it fits into a PROFIBUS network.
✦ Setting Up XtraDrive-DP, page 25, describes the major steps
involved in setting up, parameterizing and configuring a
PROFIBUS network.
✦ Sending Commands, page 33, describes the steps to follow in
order to send commands during data exchange.
✦ Setting XtraDrive-DP Parameters, page 37, describes three
different methods for setting parameters on the XtraDrive-DP.
✦ Reading Variables, page 39, describes how to define variables
that that will be used to transmit data during data exchange.
✦ Downloading XtraDrive-DP Programs, page 40, provides two
methods for downloading programs to an XtraDrive-DP.
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✦ Starting Program Synchronization, page 41, describes how to
synchronize the starting of programs on multiple XtraDrive-DP
slaves.
✦ Diagnostics, page 42, describes the structure of alarm, warning
and error messages from XtraDrive-DP.
Overview
In order to take advantage of PROFIBUS network functionality, the
XtraDrive-DP must be configured in a specific way. Firstly, a GSD
file is installed via a PROFIBUS DP configuration tool, enabling
access to all the parameters associated with the XtraDrive-DP.
Once the GSD file has been installed, by selecting the required
module, you define a set of parameters and/or the data exchange
I/O structure to be used.
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Setting Up XtraDrive-DP
Installing GSD Files
The first step in setting up an XtraDrive-DP is to install its
associated GSD file, according to the requirements of the
configuration tool you are using.
Using Modules to Set Up
XtraDrive-DP
The next step is to select the XtraDrive-DP modules that will be
used in your application.
The XtraDrive GSD file (YETM07AA.GSD) provides a list of
modules you can choose to setup the XtraDrive-DP for specific
applications.
During this stage, you use a standard configuration tool to set the
parameters and determine the structure of the data that is
transferred during data exchange. Later, these parameters are sent
to the XtraDrive-DP during the parameterization and configuration
stages.
The following modules are used for setting up applications:
✦ System Setup (mandatory), page 26
✦ Digital I/O, page 26
✦ Command, page 27
✦ XtraDrive Status, page 28
✦ System Profile, page 29
✦ Pulse-Train Input, page 29
✦ Speed Control (Analog Reference), page 30
✦ Torque Control (Analog Reference), page 30
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✦ Position Variables, page 30
✦ Speed Variables, page 31
✦ Torque Variables, page 31
✦ Get Parameters, page 32
The order of the fields in each module is fixed, but the placement
of the module changes according to your definitions.
For a detailed explanation of variables and commands, refer to the
XtraWare User’s Manual.
System Setup
This module determines the XtraDrive-DP’s mode of operation.
The system setup parameters are:
✦ Control method
✦ Stop mode
✦ Setting system limits
✦ Motor direction
✦ Turning off the motor
Digital I/O
This module is used for defining and reading XtraDrive-DP’s
external input and output.
The digital I/O parameters are:
✦
Type of response for each signal input
✦
Digital data that will be transmitted for each output.
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The following table shows the digital I/O module I/O map:
Digital I/O (input)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
4
Inputs_state
4
4
Outputs_state
Command
This module is used for sending XtraDrive-DP’s commands from
the master.
The command module parameters are:
✦ User units
✦ Default profile value of velocity, acceleration and jerk
smoothing time
✦ Program definitions
The following table shows the command module I/O map:
Command (output)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
2
ID
2
1
Op_Code
3
1
Mode
4
4
Command_Parameter_1
8
4
Command_Parameter_2
12
4
Command_Parameter_3
16
4
Command_Parameter_4
20
4
Command_Parameter_5
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XtraDrive Status
This module is used for reading the XtraDrive-DP’s status by the
master.
The following table shows the XtraDrive status module I/O map:
XtraDrive Status (input)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
4
Status_word
4
4
Clock
8
1
Mode_of_operation
9
1
Command_mode
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System Profile
This module is used for reading the XtraDrive-DP’s system profile.
The following table shows the system profile module I/O map:
System profile (input)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
4
Profile_velocity
4
4
Profile_acceleration
8
4
Jerk_smoothing_time
12
4
Max_profile_velocity
16
4
Max_profile_acceleration
20
2
CW_Torque_limit
22
2
CCW_Torque_limit
24
2
Application_gain
26
1
Motion_end_window
27
1
Exact_mode
Pulse-Train Input
This module is used for reading the pulse-train.
The pulse-train parameters are:
✦ Pulse-Train gear
✦ Synchronized window
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Speed Control (Analog Reference)
This module is used to determine the speed control’s mode of
operation.
The speed control parameters are:
✦ Velocity control loop
✦ Acceleration
✦ Speed
Torque Control (Analog Reference)
This module is used to determine the torque control’s mode of
operation.
The torque control parameters are:
✦ Torque limits
✦ Emergency stop
✦ Speed limit
Position Variables
This module is used for reading the XtraDrive-DP’s position
variables.
The following table shows the position variables module I/O map:
Position variables (input)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
4
Target_position
4
4
Position_demand_value
8
4
Position_actual_value
12
4
Following_error_actual_value
16
4
User_encoder
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Speed Variables
This module is used for reading the XtraDrive-DP’s speed variables.
The following table shows the speed variables module I/O map:
Speed variables (input)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
4
Target_velocity
4
4
Velocity_demand_value
8
4
Velocity_actual_value
Torque Variables
This module is used for reading the XtraDrive-DP’s torque
variables.
The following table shows the torque variables module I/O map:
Torque variables (input)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
2
Target_position
2
2
Position_demand_value
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Get Parameters
This module is used for reading the answer to the Get Parameters
command.
NOTE:
In order to use the Get Parameters module, you must also choose
Command.
The following table shows the get parameters module I/O map:
Speed variables (input)
Size
Offset
(bytes)
0
2
ID
2
2
Number
4
2
Value
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Sending Commands
Perform the following steps in order to send commands during data
exchange:
1 Select the command module (see Setting Up XtraDrive-DP,
page 25).
2 During data exchange, the master sends the command to the
XtraDrive-DP.
The command message contains the following fields:
✦ ID - A numeric identifier that is used to associate between the
command and the relevant command response or diagnostic.
✦ Op_code - Shown in the table on page 34.
✦ Mode:
❖ Immediate (Mode 2): Use this mode in order to issue a
single command for immediate execution (for example,
changing the state of an output while a program is running,
or lowering the gain while the motor is enabled).
❖ Program download (Mode 4): Use this mode when
downloading a program to the XtraDrive-DP.
❖ Sequential (Mode 3): Use this mode when the master sends
a command stream that should be executed as a program
(for example, move the motor and wait for the motion to
complete, wait for input, or execute another move).
✦ Command Parameter 1 — Command parameter 5 - Command
arguments.
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The table below lists all the commands and their opcodes (in
decimal format):
Name
Op_Code
Command Parameters
1
2
ACCELERATION
64
Acceleration
CALL
66
Label
CONTROL
69
ON=1/OFF=0
DELAY
144
Delay [ms]
END
70
GAIN
71
Gain [%]
GET_PAR
85
Parameter Number
GO
112
Target
Motion Time [ms]
GO_D
128
Target
Motion Time [ms]
GO_H
117
Target
GO_TO
73
Label
HARD_HOME
131
Torque
[0.1% of rated]
HOME_C
133
Speed
HOME_SW
132
Speed to switch
Return Speed
HOME_SW_C
130
Speed to switch
Speed to C-pulse
IF*
105
Variable Index
IF_INPUT
89
Input Number
INPUT_CASE
97
Inputs Mask
JERK_TIME
74
Time [us]
LABEL
88
Label
Speed
Inputs State
* This command has 5 parameters. For more information, refer to the
XtraWare User’s Manual.
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Op_Code
Command Parameters
1
2
LOOP
75
Loop Level
Number of cycles
MOVE
113
Distance
Motion Time [ms]
MOVE_D
129
Distance
Motion Time [ms]
MOVE_H
118
Distance
MOVE_R
119
Distance
PT_FOLLOWER
101
ON=1/OFF=0
RETURN
77
RUN
78
Label
SET_OUT
79
Output Number
SET_PAR
80
Parameter Number Value
SET_VAR
81
Variable
SET_ZERO_POSITION
95
SLIDE
115
SLIDE_ANALOG
102
SPEED
83
Speed
SPEED_CONTROL
100
Speed Control
START
82
STOP
84
STOP_MOTION
99
TORQUE
116
TORQUE_ANALOG
103
TORQUE_LIMITS
87
CW [0.1% of max] CCW [0.1% of max]
WAIT_EXACT
145
Timeout [ms]
WAIT_FOR_START
146
ON=1/OFF=0
Value
Speed
Control ON=0/
Control OFF=1
Torque [0.1% of
rated]
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Op_Code
Command Parameters
1
2
WAIT_INPUT
147
Input Number
WAIT_STOP
148
Timeout [ms]
WAIT_VARIABLE_GT
149
Variable
Value
WAIT_VARIABLE_LT
150
Variable
Value
36
Timeout [ms]
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Setting XtraDrive-DP
Parameters
XtraDrive-DP parameters define how the XtraDrive-DP will
operate.
Refer to Appendix B, XtraDrive-DP Parameters List for a complete
list of all XtraDrive-DP parameter modules, their parameter
numbers and descriptions. More detail is provided in the XtraDrive
User Manual.
Parameters can be set using any of three methods:
✦ Setting Parameters at Parameterization, below, describes
parameters that are set using a PROFIBUS DP configuration tool
during initial configuration.
✦ Setting Parameters During Data Exchange, page 38, describes
how to change parameters using external commands during
data exchange.
✦ Setting Parameters with XtraWare, page 38, describes the
option to change parameters using XtraWare and download
them to the XtraDrive-DP.
Setting Parameters at
Parameterization
You select the relevant modules and define the value of the
parameters with a PROFIBUS DP configuration tool, and download
them to the master. Refer to Appendix E, Example of Using
XtraDrive-DP.
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Setting Parameters During Data
Exchange
Using this method, you can modify parameters using the SET_PAR
command during data exchange. To enable the ability to set
parameters during data exchange, you must first select the
Command module during configuration. Then, during data
exchange, you use the SET_PAR command to change selected
parameters. See Command on page 27 for further details.
Setting Parameters with XtraWare
XtraWare is an advanced PC-based software tool that can be used
to change parameters. An overview of XtraWare’s functionality is
provided in Appendix D, Working with XtraWare.
NOTE:
✦
Only XtraWare may change password-protected parameters.
✦
XtraWare may not change parameters that have been set and
configured with the PROFIBUS DP configuration tool.
XtraWare can be downloaded from YET’s website:
www.yetmotion.com.
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Reading Variables
You define the variables you want to read by choosing at least one
of the following modules during configuration (see Setting Up
XtraDrive-DP, page 25). The variables are read in a predefined,
fixed order. You can choose one or more of these modules and
define the order of the modules, but not the order of the variables
within the modules.
Timeline refers to the lapse time for the transfer of a message
between the PROFIBUS I/O map and the XtraDrive-DP.
System Profile (optional)
XtraDrive Status
Module Offset Size
Description
Timeline
(µ
µs)
0
4
Status_word
125
4
4
Clock
2000
8
1
Mode_of_operation
2000
9
1
Command_mode
2000
0
4
Profile_velocity
2000
4
4
Profile_acceleration
2000
8
4
Jerk_smoothing_time
2000
12
4
Max_profile_velocity
2000
16
4
Max_profile_acceleration
2000
20
2
CW_Torque_limit
2000
22
2
CCW_Torque_limit
2000
24
2
Application_gain
2000
26
1
Motion_end_window
2000
27
1
Exact_mode
2000
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Torque
Speed
Variables Variables
Position Variables
Module Offset Size
Description
Timeline
(µ
µs)
0
4
Target_position
125
4
4
Position_demand_value
2000
8
4
Position_actual_value
125
12
4
Following_error_actual_value
125
16
4
User_encoder
2000
0
4
Target_velocity
2000
4
4
Velocity_demand_value
2000
8
4
Velocity_actual_value
2000
0
2
Target_torque
2000
2
2
Torque_demand_value
2000
Downloading XtraDrive-DP
Programs
You can download programs to an XtraDrive-DP in one of two ways:
✦ From a PC via the serial port to the XtraDrive-DP, by using the
XtraWare software. This is the recommended method.
✦ Via the PROFIBUS network during data exchange, by
downloading a program line by line. In the command, the
mode field is set to program download (mode 4) and the ID
field is set to the program’s line number to be downloaded.
NOTE:
In order to download programs to the XtraDrive-DP during data
exchange, you must first chose the Command module during
configuration.
For further information, refer to the XtraDrive User Manual.
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Starting Program
Synchronization
XtraDrive-DP is designed to enable the synchronization of the start
of programs on a group of drives, within a maximum time gap of
125 µsec. To enable this functionality, use the PROFIBUS SYNC
command.
SYNC is a PROFIBUS control command, which is sent (broadcast)
to multiple slaves simultaneously. After the slaves receive the
SYNC command from the master, output is frozen in its current
state and new outputs are not sent to XtraDrive-DP until the next
SYNC command.
Start program synchronization includes the following steps:
✦ You add to program the WAIT_TO_START command, before
first movement command.
✦ During data exchange, the master sends a RUN < label >
command to each XtraDrive.
✦ The program runs until the first movement is ready to be
executed (location in MCB - Motion Command Buffer).
✦ The master checks if the status word’s 8th bit (Ready for Start) is
set to 1 in each drive.
✦ The master sends a SYNC command to the group of XtraDrives.
✦ During data exchange, the master sends a START command to
each XtraDrive.
✦ (Mode - broadcast). The command will not execute until the
next SYNC command.
✦ The master sends a second SYNC command to the group of
XtraDrives.
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Diagnostics
A PROFIBUS network enables a slave to report back to the master
regarding problems on the network.
Diagnostics take place during the normal process of data exchange.
To initiate a diagnostics request, XtraDrive-DP sends an error flag
in the frame control to the master. The master then sends a
diagnostic request that is answered by XtraDrive-DP.
The master can request diagnostic information at different times:
✦ Before downloading parameters, to make sure the field device
is available.
✦ Before entering the data exchange mode, to validate parameters
and configuration and make sure the field device is ready.
✦ During data exchange, whenever indicated by the field device.
The XtraDrive-DP diagnostic information that is sent to the master
consists of standard PROFIBUS diagnostic information, plus
additional diagnostic information for the XtraDrive-DP: alarms,
warnings, faults and command IDs.
The structure of an XtraDrive-DP diagnostic message is shown in
the following diagram:
XtraDrive-DP
Extension
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Standard
9
10
11
12
ID (2 bytes)
Fault (1 byte)
Warning (1 byte)
Alarm (1 byte)
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The following information is contained in a diagnostic message:
✦ Bytes 1-6 contain standard PROFIBUS diagnostic information.
✦ Byte 7 contains information about the length of the extension in
the message that will contain the required XtraDrive-DP
diagnostics.
The next five bytes contain diagnostic information specifically for
the XtraDrive-DP. This is shown graphically in the diagram on
page 42.
✦ Byte 8 contains a code for alarms.
Alarm messages refer to XtraDrive-DP states.
After receiving an alarm message, in order to continue work
you must restart the XtraDrive-DP.
✦ Byte 9 contains a code for warnings.
Warning messages refer to problems that may become alarms,
such as decreasing battery voltage.
✦ Byte 10 contains a code for faults.
Fault messages refer to XtraDrive-DP motion commands, and
can appear only at command execution.
✦ Bytes 11 and 12 contain a command ID (relevant only for
faults), where the ID specifies the command that caused the
fault.
NOTE:
Refer to the Appendix C, XtraDrive-DP Alarms, Warnings and Faults for a
complete list of alarm, warning and fault messages.
To solve problems resulting from alarm or fault messages, refer to
the XtraDrive User Manual. To solve problems resulting from
warning messages, refer to the XtraWare User’s Manual.
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XtraDrive-DP's Response to
Clear Data Control Command
When XtraDrive-DP receives a Clear Data control command (sent
by master class 1), it performs the following steps:
✦ Stops all motion, if the motion command is executing.
✦ Turns the servo off.
✦ Keeps the last state of XtraDrive-DP’s digital output.
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Appendix A
XtraDrive-DP
GSD File
The GSD file contains all the parameters available for use on the
XtraDrive-DP. Download the most updated GSD file
(YETM07AA.GSD) from www.yetmotion.com or from
www.profibus.com before beginning to work with the
XtraDrive-DP.
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Appendix B
XtraDrive-DP
Parameters List
Module
Name
System Parameters
Pn000.0: Direction
Selection
Pn000.1: Control Method
Selection
Description
Direction Selection:
0 — Forward direction
1 — Reverse direction
Control Method Selection:
C — NCT: Position control (pulse train)
D — NCT: Programming mode
Pn000.2
Reserved
Pn000.3
Reserved
Servo OFF/Alarm Stop Mode:
Pn001.0: Servo
OFF/Alarm Stop Mode
0 — Apply dynamic brake (stop)
1 — Apply & release dynamic brake
(stop)
2 — Stop without dynamic brake (coast)
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Name
Description
Overtravel Stop Mode:
Pn001.1: Overtravel Stop
Mode
0 — Same as Pn001.0
1 — Maximum torque Pn406, servo lock
2 — Maximum torque Pn406, coast state
AC/DC Power Input Selection:
Pn001.2: AC/DC Power
Input
0 — Input AC power via L1, L2, L3
terminals
1 — Input DC power via +1, - terminals
Warning Code Output Selection:
System Parameters
Pn001.3: Warning Code
Output
0 — ALO1, 2, 3 output alarm codes only
1 — ALO1, 2, 3 output both alarms &
warnings
Speed Control Option (T-REF Terminal
Allocation):
Pn002.0: Speed Control
(Uses T-REF)
Pn002.1: Torque Control
(V-REF)
0 — None
1 — External torque limit input
2 — Torque feed-forward input
3 — External torque limit when
P/N-CL=ON
Torque Control Option (V-REF Terminal
Allocation):
0 — None
1 — VREF is external speed limit input
Absolute Encoder Usage:
Pn002.2: Absolute
Encoder Usage
Pn002.3
0 — Use as absolute encoder
1 — Use as incremental encoder
2 — Absolute encoder with multiturn
limit
Not Used
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Name
Description
Pn103: Inertia Ratio
Inertia Ratio: This parameter enables you
to enter a rough estimation of your
system’s external load, as a percentage of
the motor’s inertia.
Pn110.0
Reserved
Pn110.1
Reserved
Pn110.2
Reserved
Pn110.3
Reserved
System Parameters
Reference Pulse Form:
Pn200.0: Reference Pulse
Form
0 — Sign & pulse, positive logic
1 — CW & CCW, positive logic
2 — AB (x1), positive logic
3 — AB (x2), positive logic
4 — AB (x4), positive logic
5 — Sign & pulse, negative logic
6 — CW & CCW, negative logic
7 — AB (x1), negative logic
8 — AB (x2), negative logic
9 — AB (x4), negative logic
Error Counter Clear Signal Form:
Pn200.1: Error Counter
Clear Signal Form
0 — Clear error counter when
signal=high
1 — Clear error counter on signal rising
edge
2 — Clear error counter when signal=low
3 — Clear error counter on signal falling
edge
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Name
Description
Clear Operation:
Pn200.2: Clear Operation
0 — Clear error counter at base block
1 — Does not clear error counter
2 — Clear error counter on alarm
3 — Clear signal ignore
Filter Selection:
System Parameters
Pn200.3: Filter
0 — Reference input filter: line driver
1 — Reference input filter: open collect
Pn205: Multi-turn Limit
Setting
Multi-turn Limit Setting: This parameter
periodically clears the encoder’s counter
(that is, returns the setting to 0) after a
predefined ratio of motor-to-load axis
revolutions.
Pn2A9: Quick Stop
Deceleration (High)
Quick Stop Deceleration (High): This
parameter, together with Pn2A8, defines
the motor’s deceleration when a STOP
command is issued.
Pn2A8: Quick Stop
Deceleration (Low)
Quick Stop Deceleration (Low): This
parameter, together with Pn2A9, defines
the motor’s deceleration when a STOP
command is issued.
Pn505: Overflow Level
Overflow Level: This parameter defines
the Position error overflow level. The
units are user units x 256.
Pn506: Brake to Servo
OFF Time
Brake Reference Servo OFF Delay Time:
This parameter sets the delay between the
time when the Brake Reference signal is
issued until the servo is off.
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System Parameters
Module
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Name
Description
Pn507: Brake Reference
Output Speed Level
Brake Reference Output Speed Level:
Speed level for brake reference output
during motor operation
Pn508: Brake Reference
On Time
Timing for brake reference output during
motor operation
Pn509: Momentary Hold
Time
Momentary Hold Time: This parameter
determines if an alarm is generated when
a power loss occurs.
Pn600: Regenerative
Resistor Capacity
Regenerative Resistor Capacity: This
parameter specifies the capacity for an
external regenerative resistor.
Pn502: Rotation
Detection Level
Rotation Detection Level: This parameter
sets the speed at which the servo
amplifier determines that the servomotor
is running and, if so, to output an
appropriate signal.
Pn504: /NEAR Signal
Width
/NEAR Signal Width
Pn500: Positioning
Completed Width
Positioning Completed Width: This
parameter sets the number of error pulses
and adjusts the output timing of the
positioning completed signal.
Pn503: Speed
Coincidence Signal
Output Width
Speed Coincidence Signal Output Width:
This parameter sets the required
conditions for speed coincidence output.
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Name
Description
Program Input 1:
Pn2D0.0: Program Input 1
Digital I/O
Pn2D0.1: Program Input 2
Pn2D0.2: Program Input 3
Pn2D0.3: Program Input 4
0 — SI0 (CN1-40)
1 — SI1 (CN1-41)
2 — SI2 (CN1-42)
3 — SI3 (CN1-43)
4 — SI4 (CN1-44)
5 — SI5 (CN1-45)
6 — SI6 (CN1-46)
7 — ON
8 — OFF
Program Input 2:
Refer to Pn2D0.0, page 52.
Program Input 3:
Refer to Pn2D0.0, page 52.
Program Input 4:
Refer to Pn2D0.0, page 52.
Emergency Input:
Pn2D1.0: Emergency
Input
0 — SI0 (CN1-40)
1 — SI1 (CN1-41)
2 — SI2 (CN1-42)
3 — SI3 (CN1-43)
4 — SI4 (CN1-44)
5 — SI5 (CN1-45)
6 — SI6 (CN1-46)
7 — OFF
8 — ON
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Name
Description
Fast Input Detection (125 µsec):
Pn2D1.1: Motion Input
(125 µsec)
Pn2D1.2: Program Input 5
Pn2D1.3: Program Input 6
0 — SI0 (CN1-40)
1 — SI1 (CN1-41)
2 — SI2 (CN1-42)
3 — SI3 (CN1-43)
4 — SI4 (CN1-44)
5 — SI5 (CN1-45)
6 — SI6 (CN1-46)
Program Input 5:
Refer to Pn2D0.0, page 52.
Program Input 6:
Refer to Pn2D0.0, page 52.
Digital I/O
Home Switch Input:
Pn2C7.0: Home Switch
Input
0 — SI0 (CN1-40)
1 — SI1 (CN1-41)
2 — SI2 (CN1-42)
3 — SI3 (CN1-43)
4 — SI4 (CN1-44)
5 — SI5 (CN1-45)
6 — SI6 (CN1-46)
7-F — Home failure
Home Switch Polarity:
Pn2C7.1: Home Switch
Polarity
0 — Normally closed (0 Volt logic)
1 — Normally open
2 — Home failure
Pn2C7.2
Reserved
Pn2C7.3
Reserved
Pn50A.0
Reserved
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Name
Description
/S-ON Signal Mapping (Servo ON when
Low):
Digital I/O
Pn50A.1: /S-ON Input
Pn50A.2: /P-CON Input
0 — SI0 (CN1-40)
1 — SI1 (CN1-41)
2 — SI2 (CN1-42)
3 — SI3 (CN1-43)
4 — SI4 (CN1-44)
5 — SI5 (CN1-45)
6 — SI6 (CN1-46)
7 — ON
8 — OFF
9 — SI0 (CN1-40) (Negative Logic)
A — SI1 (CN1-41) (Negative Logic)
B — SI2 (CN1-42) (Negative Logic)
C — SI3 (CN1-43) (Negative Logic)
D — SI4 (CN1-44) (Negative Logic)
E — SI5 (CN1-45) (Negative Logic)
F — SI6 (CN1-46) (Negative Logic)
/P-Con Signal Mapping (P-control when
Low):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Pn50A.3: P-OT Input
P-OT Signal Mapping (Overtravel when
High):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Pn50B.0: N-OT Input
N-OT Signal Mapping (Overtravel when
High):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Pn50B.1: /ALM-RST Input
/ALM-RST Signal Mapping (Alarm Reset
when Low):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
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Pn50B.2: /P-CL Input
Description
/P-CL Signal Mapping (External Forward
Torque Limit Enable according to
Pn404):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Pn50B.3: /N-CL Input
/N-CL Signal Mapping (External Reversed
Torque Limit Enable:
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
/SPD-D Signal Mapping
Pn50C.0: /SPD-D Input
Internal Speed Selection — Selects
direction (0 — Forward; 1 — Reversed)
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Digital I/O
/SPD-A Signal Mapping
Pn50C.1: /SPD-A Input
Internal Speed Selection — Defines
internal speed together with /SPD-B
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
/SPD-B Signal Mapping.
Pn50C.2: /SPD-B Input
Internal Speed Selection — Defines
internal speed together with /SPD-A
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Pn50C.3: /C-SEL Input
/C-SEL Signal Mapping (Control Mode
Switching):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Pn50D.0: /ZCLAMP Input
/ZCLAMP Signal Mapping (Zero
Clamping):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Pn50D.1: /INHIBIT Input
/INHIBIT Signal Mapping (Disabling
Pulse-Train Input):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
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Name
Pn50D.2: /G-SEL Input
Pn50D.3
Description
/G-SEL Signal Mapping (Gain Switching):
Refer to Pn50A.1, page 54.
Reserved
/COIN Signal Mapping:
Digital I/O
Pn2D2.0: /COIN Output
0 — Disabled
1 — SO1 (CN1-25,26)
2 — SO2 (CN1-27,28)
3 — SO3 (CN1-29,30)
Pn2D2.1: Program
Output 1
Program Output 1:
Pn2D2.2: Program
Output 2
Program Output 2:
Pn2D2.3: Program
Output 3
Program Output 3:
Pn50E.0: /COIN Output
Pn50E.1: /V-CMP Output
Pn50E.2: /TGON Output
Pn50E.3: /S-RDY Output
Pn50F.0: /CLT Output
Pn50F.1: /VLT Output
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/COIN Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/V-CMP Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/TGON Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/S-RDY Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/CLT Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/VLT Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
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Pn50F.2: /BK Output
Pn50F.3: /WARN Output
Pn510.0: /NEAR Output
Digital I/O
Appendix B: XtraDrive-DP Parameters List
Description
/BK Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/WARN Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
/NEAR Signal Mapping:
Refer to Pn2D2.0, page 56.
Pn510.1
Not Used
Pn510.2
Not Used
Pn510.3
Not Used
Pn512.0: SO1 Output
Reversal
Pn512.1: SO2 Output
Reversal
Pn512.2: SO3 Output
Reversal
Pn512.3
Output Signal Reversal for SO1 (CN1-25,
26):
0 — Output signal not reversed
1 — Output signal reversed
Output Signal Reversal for SO2 (CN1-27,
28):
0 — Output signal not reversed
1 — Output signal reversed
Output Signal Reversal for SO3 (CN1-29,
30):
0 — Output signal not reversed
1 — Output signal reversed
Not Used
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Name
Description
Pn2A3: Work Speed
Default (High)
Work Speed Default (High): This
parameter, together with Pn2A2, defines
the default value of the profile speed
variable.
Pn2A2: Work Speed
Default (Low)
Work Speed Default (Low): This
parameter, together with Pn2A3, defines
the default value of the profile speed
variable.
Pn2A5: Work
Acceleration Default
(High)
Work Acceleration Default (High): This
parameter, together with Pn2A4, defines
the default value of the profile
acceleration variable.
Pn2A4: Work
Acceleration Default
(Low)
Work Acceleration Default (Low): This
parameter, together with Pn2A5, defines
the default value of the profile
acceleration variable.
Pn2A6: Work Jerk Smoothing Time
Work Jerk-Smoothing Time Default: This
parameter defines the default value of the
jerk-smoothing time variable.
Pn2B1: Position Units
Ratio Number (High)
Position Units Ratio Numerator (High):
This parameter, together with Pn2B0, sets
the numerator to be used in the ratio to
convert position units from user units to
encoder counts.
Pn2B0: Position Units
Ratio Number (Low)
Position Units Ratio Numerator (Low):
This parameter, together with Pn2B1, sets
the numerator to be used in the ratio to
convert position units from user units to
encoder counts.
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Name
Description
Pn2B3: Position Units
Ratio Den (High)
Position Units Ratio Denominator (High):
This parameter, together with Pn2B2, sets
the denominator to be used in the ratio to
convert position units from user units to
encoder counts.
Pn2B2: Position Units
Ratio Denominator (Low)
Position Units Ratio Denominator (Low):
This parameter, together with Pn2B3, sets
the denominator to be used in the ratio to
convert position units from user units to
encoder counts.
Pn2B5: Speed Units Ratio
Numerator (High)
Speed Units Ratio Numerator (High):
This parameter, together with Pn2B4, sets
the numerator to be used in the ratio to
convert speed units from user speed units
to encoder counts/msec.
Pn2B4: Speed Units Ratio
Numerator (Low)
Speed Units Ratio Numerator (Low): This
parameter, together with Pn2B5, sets the
numerator to be used in the ratio to
convert speed units from user speed units
to encoder counts/msec.
Pn2B7: Speed Units Ratio
Denominator (High)
Speed Units Ratio Denominator (High):
This parameter, together with Pn2B6, sets
the denominator to be used in the ratio to
convert speed units from user speed units
to encoder counts/msec.
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Name
Description
Pn2B6: Speed Units Ratio
Denominator (Low)
Speed Units Ratio Denominator (Low):
This parameter, together with Pn2B7, sets
the denominator to be used in the ratio to
convert speed units from user speed units
to encoder counts/msec.
Pn2B9: Acceleration
Units Ratio Numerator
(High)
Acceleration Units Ratio Numerator
(High): This parameter, together with
Pn2B8, sets the numerator to be used in
the ratio to convert acceleration units
from user acceleration units to encoder
counts/(10 msec)2.
Pn2B8: Acceleration
Units Ratio Numerator
(Low)
Acceleration Units Ratio Numerator
(Low): This parameter, together with
Pn2B9, sets the numerator to be used in
the ratio to convert acceleration units
from user acceleration units to encoder
counts/(10 msec)2.
Pn2BB: Acceleration
Units Ratio Denominator
(High)
Acceleration Units Ratio Denominator
(High): This parameter, together with
Pn2BA, sets the denominator to be used
in the ratio to convert acceleration from
user acceleration units to encoder
counts/(10 msec)2.
Pn2BA: Acceleration
Units Ratio Denominator
(Low)
Acceleration Units Ratio Denominator
(Low): This parameter, together with
Pn2BB, sets the denominator to be used
in the ratio to convert acceleration units
from user acceleration units to encoder
counts/(10 msec)2.
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Command
Module
Appendix B: XtraDrive-DP Parameters List
Name
Description
Pn2C0: Motion End
Window
Motion End Window: This parameter
defines the default value of the window of
acceptable position errors after a motion
has been completed.
Pn2C1: Torque Slope
Torque Slope: This parameter defines the
default value, as 0.1% of the rated
torque/1 msec, for the torque slope
command.
Pn2CC: AutoStart User
Program
Auto-Start User Program: This parameter
specifies the label number (1-99) of the
user program to start when the power is
turned on. If the value is set to 0, then no
program is automatically run.
Pn202: Pulse-Train Gear
Ratio (Numerator)
Pulse-Train Electronic Gear Ratio
(Numerator): When using pulse train, this
parameter sets the numerator to be used
in the electronic gear function.
Pn203: Pulse-Train Gear
Ratio (Denominator)
Pulse-Train Electronic Gear Ratio
(Denominator): When using pulse train,
this parameter sets the denominator to be
used in the electronic gear function.
Pn2C4: Synchronized
Window (Pulse-Train)
Synchronized Window for Pulse-Train:
This parameter defines the window of
acceptable synchronization errors in a
dynamic motion, as used by the
Follower_Synchronize flag.
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Name
Description
Pn305: Soft Start
Acceleration Time
Soft Start Acceleration Time: This
parameter sets the interval between the
time when the servomotor starts until it
reaches maximum speed (contact
reference).
Pn306: Soft Start
Deceleration Time
Soft Start Deceleration Time: This
parameter sets the interval between the
time when the servomotor reaches
maximum speed until it stops (contact
reference).
Pn307: Speed Reference
Filter Time
Speed Reference Filter Time Constant
Pn308: Speed Feedback
Filter Time
Speed Feedback Filter Time Constant
Pn300: Speed Reference
Input Gain
Speed Reference Input Gain: This
parameter sets the voltage range for the VREF (CN1-5) speed reference input, based
on the host controller or external circuit’s
output range.
Pn100: Speed Loop Gain
Speed Loop Gain: When NCT is not used,
this parameter, together with Pn101,
enables you to ensure that the speed error
(the difference between the internal speed
command and the actual speed) is as
small as possible.
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Name
Description
Pn101: Speed Loop
Integral Time
Speed Loop Integral Time Constant:
When NCT is not used, this parameter,
together with Pn100, enables you to
ensure that the speed error (the difference
between the internal speed command and
the actual speed) is as small as possible.
Pn401: Torque Reference
Filter Time
Torque Reference Filter Time Constant:
This parameter sets the torque reference’s
filter time constant in the servo amplifier;
the smaller the value, the faster the speed
control response is.
Pn408.0: Notch Filter
Selection
Notch Filter Selection:
0 — Disabled
1 — Use notch filter for torque ref
Pn408.1
Not Used
Pn408.2
Not Used
Pn408.3
Not Used
Pn409: Notch Filter
Frequency
Notch Filter Frequency: This parameter,
together with Pn40A, sets the frequency at
which the notch filter is effective.
Pn40A: Notch Filter
Width
Notch Filter Width: This parameter,
together with Pn409, sets the frequency at
which the notch filter is effective.
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Name
Pn109: Feed Forward
(Speed Control)
Description
Feed-Forward (Speed Control): When
NCT is not used, this parameter is used to
shorten positioning time, as well as to
differentiate a speed reference at the host
controller to generate a torque feedforward reference and then input this
reference together with the speed
reference to the servo amplifier.
This parameter is applicable only in
Speed Control (analog) mode.
Pn102: Position Loop
Gain
Position Loop Gain: When NCT is not
used, this parameter increases stiffness
and reduces position error during the
trajectory following.
Pn301: Speed 1
Speed 1: In Speed Control (contact
reference) mode, this parameter, together
with Pn302 and Pn303, enables you to
select the motor’ s speed.
Pn302: Speed 2
Speed 2: In Speed Control (contact
reference) mode, this parameter, together
with Pn301 and Pn303, enables you to
select the motor’ s speed.
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Speed Control — Analog
Reference
Module
Appendix B: XtraDrive-DP Parameters List
Name
Description
Pn303: Speed 3
Speed 2: In Speed Control (contact
reference) mode, this parameter, together
with Pn301 and Pn302, enables you to
select the motor’s speed.
Pn304: Jog Speed
Jog Speed: This parameter sets the motor’s
speed when operating the servomotor
from a panel or digital operator.
Pn501: Zero Clamp Level
Zero Clamp Level: This parameter sets the
motor speed level at which zero clamp is
performed.
Pn400: Torque Reference
Input Gain
Torque Reference Input Gain: This
parameter sets the voltage range for the
T-REF (CN1-9) torque reference input,
based on the host controller or external
circuit’s output range.
Pn402: Forward Torque
Limit
Forward Torque Limit: This parameter
sets the maximum forward torque limit
when torque is limited due to equipment
conditions.
Pn403: Reverse Torque
Limit
Reverse Torque Limit: This parameter sets
the maximum reverse torque limit when
torque is limited due to equipment
conditions.
Pn404: Fwd External
Torque Limit
Forward External Torque Limit: This
parameter sets the maximum forward
torque limit when torque is limited by an
external contact input.
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Name
Description
Pn405: Reverse External
Torque Limit
Reverse External Torque Limit: This
parameter sets the maximum reverse
torque limit when torque is limited by an
external contact input.
Pn406: Emergency Stop
Torque
Emergency Stop Torque: This parameter
specifies the stop torque applied for
overtravel when using the input signal for
prohibiting forward or reverse rotation.
Pn407: Speed Limit
(Torque Control)
Speed Limit During Torque Control: This
parameter sets a speed limit for the motor
when torque control is selected, and is
used to prevent excessive equipment
speed during torque control.
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Appendix C
XtraDrive-DP
Alarms, Warnings
and Faults
Alarm Messages
A represents an alarm code that is described in more detail in the
XtraDrive User Manual. Instructions on how to handle these alarms
are also provided there.
Code
Alarm Message
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A.02: Parameter Breakdown
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A.03: Main Circuit Encoder Error
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A.04: Parameter Setting Error
67
A.05: Servomotor and Amplifier Combination Error
68
A.10: Overcurrent or Heat Sink Overheated
69
A.30: Regeneration Error Detected
70
A.32: Regenerative Overload
71
A.40: Overvoltage
72
A.41: Undervoltage
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A.51: Overspeed
74
A.71: Overload: High Load
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Alarm Message
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A.72: Overload: Low Load
76
A.73: Dynamic Brake Overload
77
A.74: Overload of Surge Current Limit Resistor
78
A.7A: Heat Sink Overheated
79
A.81: Absolute Encoder Backup Power Supply Error
80
A.82: Encoder Checksum Error
81
A.83: Absolute Encoder Battery Error
82
A.84: Absolute Encoder Data Error
83
A.85: Absolute Encoder Overspeed
84
A.86: Encoder Overheated
85
A.B1: Reference Speed Input Read Error
86
A.B2: Reference Torque Input Read Error
87
A.BF: System Alarm
88
A.C1: Servo Overrun Detected
89
A.C2: Phase finding error
90
A.C8: Absolute Encoder Clear Error and Multi-Turn Limit Setting
Error
91
A.C9: Encoder Communications Error
92
A.CA: Encoder Parameter Error
93
A.CB: Encoder Echoback Error
94
A.CC: Multi-Turn Limit Disagreement
95
A.D0: Position Error Overflow
97
A.F1: Power Line Open Phase
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Warning Messages
Code
Warning Message
112
A.91: Overload
113
A.92: Regenerative Overload
Fault Messages
Code
Fault Message
1
Sequential buffer full
2
Immediate buffer full
4
Too many program lines/Invalid program line number
5
Message checksum error*
6
SET_VAR: Invalid variable index
7
Variable is read-only
8
Wrong op_code
9
SET_ZERO_POSITION: Unable to SET_ZERO_POSITION while
executing motion
10
Reply buffer full
11
Incomplete message received*
12
Message too long*
13
C-phase parameter not set
14
Invalid input assignment
15
SET_OUT: Invalid output assignment
16
Selected traced I/O not in use*
17
Command prohibited in present control method
18
Parameter storing fault — during auto tuning*
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Code
Fault Message
19
Parameter storing fault
20
Motor moving during CONTROL_ON
22
Auto tuning available in Programming Control mode only*
23
Program already running
24
Variable does not exist*
25
Wrong user units setting
26
Wrong setting profile speed acceleration or jerk
27
Invalid parameter
28
EEPROM read buffer full
31
Home Command: Both speeds are in the same direction
33
Hard Home: Torque exceeded torque limits
128
Reference to invalid label
129
Command not applicable in this programming mode
130
Can’t perform this motion with present profile acceleration
131
Can’t perform this motion with present profile speed
134
Too low speed
135
SET_VAR: Variable value out of range
136
Program flow error
137
Moving time is too short with present profile jerk time
139
Home sensor not defined
140
Motion cannot be executed while CONTROL_OFF
141
TORQUE_LIMITS: Invalid torque limits
142
Invalid or duplicated label
143
Invalid input number
144
Invalid output number
146
Auto tuning already in progress*
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Code
Fault Message
149
Unable to switch CONTROL_ON
151
Positive overtravel
152
Negative overtravel
192
Command buffer full
193
Duplicate Configuration module
194
Command parameter out of range
195
Parameterization fail
196
Configuration fail
197
Wrong GSD file version
198
Parameterization timeout
199
Servo circuit communication error
200
Servo circuit internal watchdog error
201
Wrong station address*
202
Command disabled in PROFIBUS data exchange*
205
Error buffer full
* These messages are displayed only in XtraWare.
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Appendix D: Working with XtraWare
Appendix D
Working with
XtraWare
XtraWare is an advanced PC-based software tool for the setup,
optimal tuning and user programming of the XtraDrive family of
products.
Using XtraWare, you are able to perform a variety of functions:
✦ Write and download a user program
✦ Immediately execute control commands
✦ Tune
✦ Set up
✦ Edit parameters
✦ Display alarms
✦ Perform jog operation
✦ Monitor
✦ Provide help
✦ See system status with a Watch window
✦ See a graphic representation of changes in parameter values
For further details, refer to the XtraWare User’s Manual.
XtraWare can be downloaded from YET’s website:
www.yetmotion.com.
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Appendix E: Example of Using XtraDrive-DP
Appendix E
Example of Using
XtraDrive-DP
About This Chapter
This appendix provides an example of the usage of XtraDrive-DP
on a PROFIBUS network. First it shows how to use the S7 SIMATIC
Manager to define the parameterization and configuration
processes and then it shows how to implement the application
during data exchange.
Specifications
The following is a list of the system and application tasks to be
carried out in this example:
✦ The XtraDrive-DP will drive a rotary motor with 16-bit encoder.
✦ The master will instruct the XtraDrive-DP to perform the
following tasks:
❖ Make a movement of 34.7 degrees at a speed not higher
than 1000 RPM.
❖ At the end of the movement, the XtraDrive-DP output #1
(CN1-25, 26) will be set to HIGH.
✦ An S7 SIMATIC Manager is used on the network.
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Workflow
The following main steps must performed to carry out the above
specifications:
1 Initialization conditions:
❖ Definition of movement units — 0.1 degrees
❖ Assignment of output #1
2 Send the Movement command.
3 Set the output.
The workflow has three stages, as follows:
1 System Setup, below, describes how to set up the hardware
components used in this example.
2 Application Setup, page 78, describes how to set up the
commands used to transfer data.
3 Application Execution During Data Exchange, page 81,
describes how to execute the application during data exchange.
System Setup
System setup is composed of three steps:
1 Install the XtraDrive GSD File. An updated file
(YETM07AA.GSD) can be downloaded from YET’s website,
http://www.yetmotion.com.
From the S7’s Options menu, select Install New GSD.
When the GSD file is loaded, the XtraDrive-DP’s name appears
in the list of drives in the Catalog window.
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2 Select and define the network components: the PLC,
XtraDrive-DP, transmission rate, and so on.
Select the hardware components to be used on the PROFIBUS
network, starting with the master (including its specific CPU
and power supply), and then the network (for example,
determining the profile and transmission rate). Once this has
been carried out, you must determine the slave XtraDrive-DP
and its address. It is important to ensure that this is the same as
the address set by the rotary switches on the XtraDrive-DP’s
front panel.
The picture below displays the system setup as shown in the S7
SIMATIC Manager:
3 Select the System Parameters module.
NOTE:
The three steps described above must be performed for any application.
Once you have finished setting the system definitions and
configuration, you can continue with the specific application.
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Application Setup
In this example, the application setup is composed of three steps:
1 Select the Digital I/O module. This module must be selected for
output assignment.
Pn2D2.1: Program Output 1 = SO1(CN1-25,26)
The following screen displays this parameter selected:
2 Select the Command module. This module enables a master to
send motion commands during data exchange, as well as
allows you set the parameters related to the commands.
In this example, you must define the parameters as follows:
❖ User Units
• Position Units — 0.1 degree
Pn2B1/0: Pos.Unts Ratio Num = 65536
Pn2B3/2: Pos.Unts Ratio Den = 3600
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• Speed Units — 1 RPM
Pn2B5/4: Spd.Unts Ratio Num = 65536
Pn2B7/6: Spd.Unts Ratio Den = 60000
• Acceleration Units — 1 rad/sec2
Pn2B9/8: Acc.Unts Ratio Num = 65536
Pn2BB/A: Acc.Unts Ratio Den = 62832
For explanations about how to determines these values,
refer to the XtraDrive User Manual.
❖ Work Speed
• Default value for working speed — 1000 RPM
Pn2A3/2: Work Spd Default = 1000
❖ Work Acceleration
• Work acceleration default — 10000 rad/sec2
Pn2A5/4: Work Accel. Default = 10000
3 Select the XtraDrive Status module. While it is not mandatory to
select this module, it is helpful in enabling you to retrieve the
XtraDrive’s working status.
You have now defined the user units, working speed and
acceleration, assigned output #1 and defined the structure of I/O
data. The XtraDrive is now ready to run the application.
The I/O map for this application is shown below:
Input
Offset
Size
(bytes)
0
4
Digital Input
4
4
Digital Output
8
4
Status_word
12
4
Clock
16
1
Mode_of_operation
17
1
Command_mode
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Output
Offset
Size
(bytes)
0
2
ID
2
1
OP_code
3
1
Mode
4
4
Command_Parameter_1
8
4
Command_Parameter_2
12
4
Command_Parameter_3
16
4
Command_Parameter_4
20
4
Command_Parameter_5
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Application Execution During Data
Exchange
The master must send the following commands in Sequential
Mode:
CONTROL
ON
MOVE_D
3470
-1
SET_OUT
1
ON
Three messages will be transferred to XtraDrive-DP during data exchange, as
follows:
2
3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-19
20-23
Value
0x0001
0x45
0x03
0x00000001
0x00000000
0x00000000
0x00000000
0x00000000
Mode
Command
Parameter 1
Command
Parameter 3
Command
Parameter 4
Command
Parameter 5
0-1
2
3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-19
20-23
Value
0x0002
0x81
0x03
0x00000E10
0xFFFFFFFF
0x00000000
0x00000000
0x00000000
ID
OP_code
Mode
Command
Parameter 1
Command
Parameter 2
Command
Parameter 3
Command
Parameter 4
Command
Parameter 5
ID
Byte #
Explanation
Command
Parameter 2
0-1
Explanation
Byte #
OP_code
✦ Message 1 — For the CONTROL ON command:
✦ Message 2 — For the MOVE_D command:
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Byte #
0-1
2
3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-19
20-23
Value
0x0003
0x4F
0x03
0x00000001
0x00000001
0x00000000
0x00000000
0x00000000
Explanation
ID
OP_code
Mode
Command
Parameter 1
Command
Parameter 2
Command
Parameter 3
Command
Parameter 4
Command
Parameter 5
✦ Message 3 — For the SET_OUT command:
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Index
Index
speed control, 30
C
speed variables, 31
system profile, 29
Commands
system setup, 26
sending, 33
Configuration, 10, 12
torque control, 30
Connection port, 19
torque variables, 31
XtraDrive status, 28
D
N
Data exchange, 10, 12
Nameplate, 7
Diagnostics, 42
Node address
G
setting, 20
P
GSD file, 13, 25
I
Parameterization, 10, 11
Parameters
I/O configuration, 10, 12
set at parameterization, 37
L
set by XtraWare, 38
set during data exchange, 38
LEDs, 21
setting, 37
Power ON/Reset, 10
M
PROFIBUS connection port, 19
Modules
PROFIBUS network, 16
command, 27
components, 18
digital I/O, 26
connecting to, 15, 18
get parameters, 32
connection cables, 17
position variables, 30
connection port, 19
pulse-train input, 29
electrical characteristics, 17
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Index
introduction, 9
transmission line lengths, 17
XtraDrive-DP operation on, 10
Program Synchronization, 41
S
Specifications
PROFIBUS, 6
XtraDrive-DP, 4
T
Type description, 8
V
Variables
reading, 39
X
XtraDrive-DP
controlling, 12
diagnostics, 42
downloading programs to master, 40
modules, 25
nameplate, 7
parameters list, 47
setting up, 25, 75
specifications, 4
type description, 8
XtraDrive-DP messages
alarms, 67
faults, 69
warnings, 69
XtraWare, 73
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