MicroNode I/O DeviceNet COMBO User Manual
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MicroNode I/O
DeviceNet COMBO
User Manual
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Rev. D
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Preface
About this manual
This manual is designed to serve as a guideline for the installation, setup,
operation and basic maintenance of the MicroNode device. The
information contained within this manual, including product specifications,
is subject to change without notice. Please observe all safety precautions
and use appropriate procedures when handling the MicroNode product
and its related software.
Export Regulation
MKS Products provided subject to the US Export Regulations. Diversion or
transfer contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.
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Table of Contents
1
GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................................................................................5
1.1
2
CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS USER MANUAL .................................................................................... 5
INSTALLATION AND SETUP ..............................................................................................6
2.1
SHIPPING BOX CONTENTS.............................................................................................................. 6
2.2
MICRONODE HARDWARE DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................... 6
2.3
INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................ 6
2.4
WIRING ......................................................................................................................................... 7
2.5
ROTARY SWITCHES ....................................................................................................................... 7
2.6
CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................................................ 8
2.6.1 Power Supply Wiring............................................................................................................... 8
2.6.2 I/O Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 8
3
QUICK-START......................................................................................................................9
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
HARDWARE SETUP ........................................................................................................................ 9
CONFIGURING THE MICRONODE ..................................................................................................... 9
ENABLING THE I/O ......................................................................................................................... 9
THEORY OF OPERATION .................................................................................................11
4.1
DEVICENET INTERFACE ............................................................................................................... 11
4.1.1 Digital I/O .............................................................................................................................. 12
4.1.2 Analog Inputs ........................................................................................................................ 13
4.1.3 Analog Outputs ..................................................................................................................... 13
5
MICRONODE CONFIGURATION.......................................................................................14
5.1
CONFIGURE DEVICENET INTERFACE ............................................................................................. 14
5.1.1 DeviceNet Baud Rate Switch................................................................................................ 14
5.1.2 MAC ID Switches .................................................................................................................. 14
5.2
POWER UP .................................................................................................................................. 14
5.2.1 DeviceNet Status LEDs ........................................................................................................ 15
5.3
REGISTER EDS FILE.................................................................................................................... 15
5.4
POLLED I/O CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................... 15
6
DEVICENET OBJECT MODEL ..........................................................................................16
6.1
IDENTITY OBJECT CLASS CODE: 01 (0X01)................................................................................... 16
6.1.1 Revision – Attribute 4............................................................................................................ 17
6.1.2 Status – Attribute 5 ............................................................................................................... 17
6.1.3 Serial Number – Attribute 6 .................................................................................................. 18
6.1.4 State – Attribute 8 ................................................................................................................. 18
6.2
ROUTER OBJECT CLASS CODE: 02 (0X02) ................................................................................... 19
6.2.1 Number Available – Attribute 2 ............................................................................................. 19
6.3
DEVICENET OBJECT CLASS CODE: 03 (0X03) .............................................................................. 20
6.3.1 MACID – Attribute 1 .............................................................................................................. 20
6.3.2 Baud Rate – Attribute 2 ........................................................................................................ 20
6.3.3 Bus Off Interrupt – Attribute 3 ............................................................................................... 21
6.3.4 Bus Off Counter – Attribute 4................................................................................................ 21
6.3.5 Allocation Information – Attribute 5....................................................................................... 21
6.4
ASSEMBLY OBJECT CLASS CODE: 04 (0X04) ................................................................................ 21
6.4.1 Default Assembly Object Instance 100 and 101 Structure ................................................... 22
CONNECTION OBJECT CLASS CODE: 05 (0X05)...................................................................................... 24
6.4.2
State – Attribute 1 .......................................................................................................... 25
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6.4.3 Connection ID's – Attributes 4 and 5 .................................................................................... 25
6.4.4 Production and Consumed Sizes – Attributes 7 and 8 ......................................................... 25
6.4.5 Watch Dog Timeout Activity – Attribute 12 ........................................................................... 26
6.5
DISCRETE INPUT POINT OBJECT CLASS CODE: 08 (0X08) ............................................................. 26
6.5.1 Input State – Attribute 3 ........................................................................................................ 26
6.5.2 Status – Attribute 4 ............................................................................................................... 27
6.6
DISCRETE OUTPUT POINT OBJECT CLASS CODE: 09 (0X09).......................................................... 27
6.6.1 Output State – Attribute 3 ..................................................................................................... 27
6.6.2 Status – Attribute 4 ............................................................................................................... 28
6.7
ANALOG INPUT POINT OBJECT CLASS CODE: 10 (0X0A) ............................................................... 28
6.7.1 Value – Attribute 3 ................................................................................................................ 28
6.7.2 Status – Attribute 4 ............................................................................................................... 29
6.8
ANALOG OUTPUT POINT OBJECT CLASS CODE: 11 (0X0B)............................................................ 29
6.8.1 Value, Fault Value, & Idle Value – Attributes 3, 11, &12 ...................................................... 29
6.8.2 Status – Attribute 4 ............................................................................................................... 30
6.8.3 Fault & Idle States – Attributes 9 & 10.................................................................................. 30
6.9
S-DEVICE SUPERVISOR OBJECT CLASS CODE: 48 (0X30) ............................................................. 30
6.9.1 Change Mode Request ......................................................................................................... 33
6.9.2 Jump To Boot Loader Request............................................................................................. 33
6.9.3 Software Revision Level – Attribute 7................................................................................... 33
6.9.4 Hardware Revision Level – Attribute 8 ................................................................................. 33
6.9.5 Device Status – Attribute 11 ................................................................................................. 33
6.9.6 Exception Status – Attribute 12 ............................................................................................ 33
6.9.7 Common Exception Detail – Attribute 13 and 14.................................................................. 34
6.9.8 Device Exception Detail – Attributes 13 and 14 ................................................................... 34
6.9.9 Manufacturer Exception Detail – Attributes 13 and 14 ......................................................... 34
6.10
CONFIGURATION OBJECT CLASS CODE: 100 (0X64) ..................................................................... 34
6.10.1
Reset Service ................................................................................................................... 35
6.10.2
Mode – Attribute 100 ........................................................................................................ 35
6.10.3
Num Digital Input – Attribute 101 ..................................................................................... 36
6.10.4
Num Digital Output – Attribute 102................................................................................... 36
6.10.5
Num Analog Input – Attribute 103 .................................................................................... 36
6.10.6
Num Analog Output – Attribute 104 ................................................................................. 36
6.10.7
Default Values .................................................................................................................. 36
6.10.8
Custom Assembly Instance 100 and 101 Structure ......................................................... 37
7
APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................38
8
WARRANTY .......................................................................................................................39
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1 General Information
The MicroNode I/O™ product line provides high density, compact and economical I/O solutions
for popular Fieldbus Networks. The MicroNode Combo provides 8 digital input/output points, 8
analog inputs, and 4 analog outputs on a DeviceNet™ network. The MicroNode package
provides flexible side or foot mounting and easy access to I/O through a standard 37-pin D-Sub
connector. All physical and object model features are ODVA Semi SIG compliant.
AS00124-01
AS00125-01
AS00127-01
AS00128-01
MicroNode I/O, DeviceNet, Combo, sink, front
MicroNode I/O, DeviceNet, Combo, sink, side
MicroNode I/O, DeviceNet, Combo, source, front
MicroNode I/O, DeviceNet, Combo, source, side
1.1 Conventions used in this User Manual
Warning
The WARNING sign denotes a hazard to personnel. It calls attention to a
procedure, practice, condition, or the like, which, if not correctly
performed or adhered to, could result in injury to personnel.
Caution
The CAUTION sign higlights information that is important to the safe
operation of the BlueBox, or to the integrity of your files. .
Note
THE NOTE SIGN DENOTES IMPORTANT INFORMATION. IT CALLS
ATTENTION TO A PROCEDURE, PRACTICE, CONDITION, OR THE
LIKE, WHICH IS ESSENTIAL TO HIGHLIGHT.
On screen buttons or menu items appear in bold and cursive.
Example: Click OK to save the settings.
Keyboard keys appear in brackets.
Example: [ENTER] and [CTRL]
Pages with additional information about a specific topic are cross-referenced within the
text.
Example: (See page xxx)
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2 Installation and Setup
2.1 Shipping Box Contents
•
MicroNode Product
2.2 MicroNode Hardware Description
I/O 37 Pin DSUB
See I/O Table
Module Status LED (MOD)
STATE
DESCRIPTION
OFF
RED BLINK
RED
GREEN BLINK
GREEN
No power
Configuration error
Unrecoverable error
Not defined
Normal operation
DeviceNet Status LED (NET)
MicroNode I/O
STATE
DESCRIPTION
OFF
RED BLINK
RED
GREEN BLINK
GREEN
No power
Configuration error
Unrecoverable error
Not allocated to a master
Allocated to a master
2
DeviceNet Data Rate
Rotary Switch
DeviceNet Address
Rotary Switches
1
5
3
4
DeviceNet Channel
(male 5-pin micro connector)
PIN
SIGNAL
1
2
3
4
5
SHIELD
V+
VCAN H
CAN L
2.3 Installation
Mount the MicroNode on a horizontal or vertical surface, in a suitable location or enclosure for
your application. Provide sufficient clearance and airflow to maintain 0°C to 55°C ambient
operating temperature range. Fasten the unit to the mounting surface using four screws (not
provided) in the 4mm wide mounting holes.
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Height of 31mm,
not including D-Sub 37 connector
Note
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE METRIC
2.4 Wiring
The MicroNode requires two connections – one to the DeviceNet network (male 5-pin micro
connector) and one to the 37-pin D-SUB. DeviceNet™ and I/O cables are available from a
variety of industrial sources. See table below for orderable I/O mating connectors.
Description
Distributor
37-pin D-SUB Receptacle (solder cup)
Mouser
37-pin D-SUB Metal Hood
Mouser
Part Number
523-17D-C37S
523-17-1727-2
Warning Follow all applicable electrical codes in your area when mounting
and wiring any electrical device.
2.5 Rotary Switches
Set the MicroNode rotary switches to the desired settings. Use a small slotted screwdriver to
rotate the switches. Align the indicator arrow to the desired setting, as shown below.
switch position
switch indicator
switch screw slot
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Each rotary switch parameter has a PGM option. Setting a switch to PGM allows the parameter
to be remotely set over DeviceNet. However, it must first be initialized. To initialize, set the
switch to desired value and power up the unit. The new settings are saved in its memory.
Power down and change switch to PGM mode.
2.6 Configuration
Rotary switches and software parameters are used to configure the MicroNode’s DeviceNet
Interface and I/O functions. The MicroNode is configured over its DeviceNet channel. Use your
DeviceNet configuration application program and the MicroNode EDS file to set the software
parameters over the DeviceNet channel.
2.6.1 Power Supply Wiring
All network circuits and the analog circuits are powered from DeviceNet power. Select your
DeviceNet cables and power supply so that it can provide sufficient current for all networked
devices at their peak operating power. For Digital I/O power, the 24-Volt power is supplied
externally via the I/O Connector.
To power the Digital I/O from the DeviceNet power, you can remove the top cover, and add
jumpers to JP4 and JP5, pins 1&2. This connection is fused at 2A for 24VDC supply to the I/O
connector. Make sure that an additional power supply is not connected, as damage to the
DeviceNet network may occur.
2.6.2 I/O Wiring
The MicroNode has a male 37-pin D-Sub for I/O. The pinout is shown in the following table.
Combo Model Connector
Pin Signal Pin Signal
1 24V GND 20
A GND
2 24V GND 21
A GND
3 24V GND 22
AO0
4 24V GND 23
AO1
5 24V GND 24
AO2
6
DIO7
25
AO3
7
DIO6
26
AI0
8
DIO5
27
AI1
9
DIO4
28
AI2
10
DIO3
29
AI3
11
DIO2
30
AI4
12
DIO1
31
AI5
13
DIO0
32
AI6
14 +24V IN 33
AI7
15 +24V IN 34 +15V REF
16 +24V IN 35 +15V REF
17 +24V IN 36 -15V REF
18 +24V IN 37 -15V REF
19 +24V IN
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3 Quick-Start
This section describes the setup for a simple system using a DeviceNet™ master and a
MicroNode module. Before beginning, a basic understanding of DeviceNet is recommended.
Experience using explicit and poll transactions from the software provided with your DeviceNet
master is essential. For more information on generating explicit and poll messages consult the
DeviceNet master’s software user’s guide.
3.1 Hardware Setup
Setup a connection between a DeviceNet master and the MicroNode.
Required Hardware:
•
•
•
DeviceNet cable
DeviceNet master
Power supply
3.2 Configuring the MicroNode
The major steps for configuring the MicroNode include setting up the DeviceNet I/O Objects.
Position the MicroNode switches as follows:
• MACID MSD to 0
• MACID LSD to 1
• DeviceNet data rate to 500K
Once all of the hardware is setup and powered, make sure that the master can allocate both poll
and explicit connections to the MicroNode. Once allocated, both the NET and MOD LED will be
solid green.
At this point, if the network and module LEDs on both the master
and MicroNode are not solid green, do not proceed. Ensure the
Warning master baud rate matches the switch on the MicroNode, and that
the MicroNode has a node address that is not used by another node
on the network.
Out of the box the MicroNode is pre-configured to control both digital and analog I/O. Refer to
chapter 5 to create a custom I/O configuration.
3.3 Enabling the I/O
Reading Input Points
Set Explicit Message data as shown. Set Instance value for desired input point (1-16). Turn on an Input,
and verify the LED has turned on. Read the input through the Explicit Message below.
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Setting Output Points
Set Explicit Message data as shown. Set Instance value for desired output point (1-16). To turn on the
output point, set Service Data to “03 01” and observer the LED has turned on. To turn off a point, set
Service Data to “03 00”.
Note
The Instance for an I/O point is numbered 1 – 8, where as the I/O is
labeled 0 – 7.
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4 Theory of Operation
This chapter describes how the MicroNode operates. Working knowledge of DeviceNet is
required before continuing. The Open DeviceNet Vendors Association (www.odva.com) is a
good source for general DeviceNet information.
4.1 DeviceNet Interface
The DeviceNet Specification defines an Object Model that consists of Objects and Attributes.
An Object is a predefined software process, and an Object Attribute is a data value used or
created by that process. An Object can have multiple Instances, or the same process operating
with different sets of Attributes or data values. For the purpose of this document, an Object
Instance is an independent program or process, and its Attributes are configuration parameters
and data values that are unique to that specific Object Instance.
The MicroNod has eleven different Object Classes, or types. Five are standard objects defined
by the DeviceNet Specification (Identity, Router, DeviceNet, Assembly, Connection). Other
specific objects defined for the MicroNode include (Discrete Digital Input, Discrete Digital
Output, Discrete Analog Input, Discrete Analog Output, Supervisory Object, User Defined
Configuration Object).
The MicroNode operates as a DeviceNet slave. It supports Explicit Messages and Polled I/O
Messages of the predefined master/slave connection set. The Explicit Unconnected Message
Manager (UCMM) is not supported. The MicroNode will be a Group 2 Only Slave device. It will
support Polled I/O and Explicit Messaging. The DeviceNet interface hardware complies with the
DeviceNet Physical Layer specification.
NET /MO DULE
LEDS
DIG IT AL IN LED INDICAT IO N
POW ER
INPUT :11~36V
OUTPUT:
5V FO R TRNSCVR
5V ISLO ATED
FO R DIGITAL
SECTIO N
SERIAL DATA +CO NTRO L
FOR DOUT DRIVERS
ISO LAT IO N
ON BOARD BAUD RATE
RO TARY SW ITCH
SINK/SOURCE
DRIVERS
DIG ITAL IN /O UT
J1 INPUT/OUTPUT
ON BOARD MAC ID
ROTARY SW ITCHS
DIGITAL IN/O UT FEEDBACK
P1 DEVICENET
CAN
TRANSCIVER
ISOLATION
DNET
CO NT ROLLER
+PLD
+MEMO RY
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4.1.1 Digital I/O
The Digital I/O is optically coupled from the processor. The individual outputs will support up to 200
mA loads per channel. Based on package dissipation the maximum fully loaded output current is
100 mA (8 outputs) at 50 oC ambient. Each output is thermally protected for short circuit (500 mA
typically) and includes under voltage protection. The output Fault State is accessible through
software. External Schottky diodes are provided for output transient protection and each I/O point is
protected with a self-resetting poly fuse rated for 200 mA. Outputs default to the OFF condition
during power up and processor reset conditions.
The digital output read back signals (inputs) are active low, with current limiting resistors setting the
short circuit current to 3 mA at 24 Vdc. Each input circuit includes an indicator LED in series with
the detection opto-coupler. Both the detection opto-coupler and the indicator LED are protected
with a shunt diode against reverse voltage breakdown.
The digital I/O circuitry is powered from an external +24-VDC power source unless jumpers are
placed internally on JP4 and JP5. When the Jumpers are installed, the +24-VDC is supplied by
the CAN Bus+ and Bus- pins. By default the +24-VDC must be supplied externally on the I/O
connector.
Digital I/O Schematic
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4.1.2 Analog Inputs
The Analog inputs are coupled directly to the processor and are implemented using 12-bit A/D
Converters. This device supports software settable ranges of 0V to 10V, and –5V to +5V.
All Analog circuitry is powered from an internal ±15 Vdc power source (1 Watt) derived from the
24 Volt DeviceNet power. The ±15-VDC power is protected with a self-resetting poly fuse rated
at 100 mA.
4.1.3 Analog Outputs
The analog outputs are implemented using 12-bit D/A’s with a –10V to +10V output range. The
output drivers are capable of driving 2 KΩ (5 mA) output loads. Analog outputs default to 0 volts
during power up and processor reset conditions. The analog output power is derived from the
same ±15-VDC power used for the analog inputs.
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5 MicroNode Configuration
This chapter describes how to configure and operate the MicroNode. The MicroNode is
configured by reading and writing attribute values over the DeviceNet interface. There are a
variety of DeviceNet configuration tools available.
Simple configuration tools use
GET_ATTRIBUTE and SET_ATTRIBUTE explicit message commands to read and write
attribute values, addressing each attribute by its Object, Instance, and Attribute numbers. More
sophisticated configuration tools use EDS files to simplify attribute configuration.
5.1 Configure DeviceNet Interface
The DeviceNet Baud Rate and MAC ID Address are set using the rotary switches. Configure
switches before powering the device. There is either a small triangular indicator or white
indicator on the switch. Use a small screwdriver to align that indicator with the desired setting.
5.1.1 DeviceNet Baud Rate Switch
Valid settings are 125K, 250K, 500K, or PGM. When PGM is selected, the MicroNode uses the
baud rate saved in its retentive memory. To save a valid baud rate in memory, set the switch to
the desired baud rate and power up the MicroNode for a few seconds. Power down and set the
switch to PGM. You may also write to the DeviceNet Object Baud Rate attribute.
POSITION
0
1
2
SETTING
125 Kbps
250 Kbps
500 Kbps
5.1.2 MAC ID Switches
The two MAC ID switches represent decimal numbers from 00 to 99. The LSB switch selects
the Ones digit and the MSB switch selects the Tens digit. Valid MAC IDs are 00 to 63. Setting
a MAC ID address greater than 63 forces the device to use the MAC ID saved in retentive
memory. To save a valid MAC ID in memory, set the switches to the desired MAC ID and
power up the MICRONODE for a few seconds. Power down and set the switches to value
greater than 63. You may also write to the DeviceNet Object MAC ID attribute.
MSB
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
LSB
0 to 9
0 to 9
0 to 9
0 to 9
0 to 9
0 to 9
0 to 3
Address
00 to 09
10 to 19
20 to 29
30 to 39
40 to 49
50 to 59
60 to 63
MSB
6
7
8
9
LSB
4 to 9
0 to 3
0 to 9
0 to 9
Address
stored address
stored address
stored address
stored address
5.2 Power Up
Connect the DeviceNet network cable and I/O cable to power up the MicroNode.
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5.2.1 DeviceNet Status LEDs
The MicroNode has two bi-color status LEDs (NET and MOD) that indicate operational status.
During power-up, the LEDs cycle through a sequence of alternating red and green. After
power-up, the NET LED should be flashing green (or solid green if allocated to a DeviceNet
master) and the MOD LED should be solid green. If this does not occur, disconnect from
DeviceNet and verify all the switch settings.
State
Off
Flashing Red
Solid Red
Flashing Green
Solid Green
DeviceNet Status LED (NET)
No power.
Configuration error. Check DeviceNet switch settings.
Unrecoverable error.
Device not allocated to a DeviceNet master.
Normal runtime, device allocated as a slave.
State
Off
Flashing Red
Solid Red
Flashing Green
Solid Green
Module Status LED (MOD)
No power.
Configuration error. Check object attribute settings.
Unrecoverable error.
Not defined.
Normal Operation.
5.3 Register EDS File
If using a DeviceNet configuration tool that supports Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) files, the latest
EDS file versions can be downloaded from www.mksinst.com. Select the EDS file that matches
the part number and firmware version. Follow the configuration tool instructions to register EDS
file.
5.4 Polled I/O Configuration
A polled connection to the MicroNode Combo will be determined by the Configuration Object,
Class Code 100. See chapter 6 for the default polled connection list.
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6 DeviceNet Object Model
The MicroNode operates as a slave on the DeviceNet network. The unit supports Explicit
Messages and Polled I/O Messages of the predefined master/slave connection set. It does not
support the Unconnected Message Manager (UCMM).
DeviceNet Message Types (Slave Receive)
As a group 2 slave device the Combo MicroNode supports the following received message types.
CAN IDENTIFIER
10xxxxxx100
10xxxxxx101
10xxxxxx110
10xxxxxx111
GROUP 2 Message Type
Master Explicit Request Message
Master I/O Poll Command Message
Unconnected Explicit Request Message
Duplicate MACID Check Message
xxxxxx = Node Address
DeviceNet Object Classes
The MicroNode device supports the following DeviceNet object classes.
CLASS CODE
01 (0x01)
02 (0x02)
03 (0x03)
04 (0x04)
05 (0x05)
08 (0x08)
09 (0x09)
10 (0x0A)
11 (0x0B)
48 (0x30)
100 (0x64)
OBJECT TYPE
Identity
Router
DeviceNet
Assembly
Connection
Discrete Input Point
Discrete Output Point
Analog Input Point
Analog Output Point
S-Device Supervisor
Configuration
6.1 Identity Object
Class Code: 01 (0x01)
The Identity Object is required on all devices and provides identification of and general information
about the device.
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Table 1. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
2
6
7
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
1
1
7
8
Table 2. Instance 1 Attributes
Attribute
1
2
3
4
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
5
6
7
8
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
Vendor ID
Device Type
Product Code
Revision
Major Revision
Minor Revision
Status
Serial Number
Product Name
State
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
STRUCT of:
USINT
USINT
WORD
UDINT
SHORT STRING
USINT
Value
664 = “MKS – Tenta”
100 = Vendor Specific
124
See Below
See Below
See Below
“DNIO-0124”
See Below
Table 3. Common Services
Service
Code
05 (0x05)
14 (0x0E)
Class
Instance
Service Name
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Reset
Get_Attribute_Single
Table 4. Reset Service
Reset Value
0
1
Description
Reset device. Simulates recycling of the CPU power.
Reset device to “out-of-box” configuration, then reset device.
6.1.1 Revision – Attribute 4
MKS/CIT maintains strict revision control. The major revision number will increment as functional
enhancements are implemented. The minor revision will increment if minor changes are
incorporated.
6.1.2 Status – Attribute 5
Bit (s):
0
Called:
Owned
Definition
TRUE indicates the device has
an owner. Within the Master/Slave paradigm
the setting of this bit means that the
Predefined Master/Slave Connection Set has
been allocated to a master.
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Bit (s):
1
2
Called:
Configured
3
4, 5, 6, 7
8
Minor Recoverable Fault
9
Minor Unrecoverable Fault
10
Major Recoverable Fault
11
Major Unrecoverable Fault
12, 13
14, 15
Definition
Reserved, set to 0.
TRUE indicates the application of the device
has been configured to do something different
than the “out–of–box” default. This does not
include configuration of the communications.
Reserved, set to 0.
Vendor-specific
TRUE indicates the device detected a
problem with itself, which is thought to be
recoverable. The problem does not cause the
device to go into one of the faulted states.
TRUE indicates the device detected a
problem with itself, which is thought to be
unrecoverable. The problem does not cause
the device to go into one of the faulted states.
TRUE indicates the device detected a
problem with itself, which caused the device
to go into the “Major Recoverable Fault” state.
TRUE indicates the device detected a
problem with itself, which caused the device
to go into the “Major Unrecoverable Fault”
state.
Reserved, set to 0.
Reserved, set to 0.
6.1.3 Serial Number – Attribute 6
The serial number is encoded in the product during the manufacturing cycle and is guaranteed
to be unique across all product lines produced by MKS/CIT.
6.1.4 State – Attribute 8
The State reflects whether any errors have occurred and the severity. The following states are
supported. The only exit from a Major Unrecoverable fault condition is power cycling the device.
State
Interpretation
Causes
0
Nonexistent
1
Device Self Testing
2
Standby
3
Operational
4
Major Recoverable fault
See S_Device_Supervisor
5
Major Unrecoverable fault
See S_Device_Supervisor
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6.2 Router Object
Class Code: 02 (0x02)
The Message Router Object provides a messaging connection point through which a Client may
address a service to any object class or instance residing in the physical device.
Table 5. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
6
7
Access
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
1
7
2
Table 6. Instance 1 Attributes
Attribute
2
Access
Get
Name
Number Available
Type
UINT
Value
2
Table 7. Common Services
Service
Code
14 (0x0E)
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
6.2.1 Number Available – Attribute 2
The MicroNode supports 1 explicit and 1 polled I/O message connection.
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6.3 DeviceNet ObjectClass Code: 03 (0x03)
Table 8. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
Access
Get
Name
Revision
Type
UINT
Value
2
Table 9. Instance 1 Attributes
Attribute
1
2
3
4
5
Access
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get
Get
Name
MACID
Baud Rate
Bus Off Interrupt
Bus Off Counter
Allocation Information
Choice Byte
Master Node Addr.
Mac Switch Changed
Type
USINT
USINT
BOOL
USINT
STRUCT of
BYTE
USINT
BOOL
6
7
Get
Baud Switch Changed
BOOL
8
9
Get
Get
Current Mac Switch
Current Baud Switch
USINT
USINT
Value
See Below
See Below
See Below
See Below
See Below
0 = No
1 = Yes
0 = No
1 = Yes
Switch Value
Switch Value
Table 10. Common Services
Service
Code
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
75 (0x4B)
76 (0x4C)
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Allocate Master/Slave
Release Master/Slave
6.3.1 MACID – Attribute 1
The MACID is set using two BCD rotary switches located on the front panel. Valid MACID
addresses are 0 to 63 (0 to 3F Hex). Setting the switch address to a value greater than 63 will
disable the switch and allow software setting of the MACID. If the switches are set to a value
greater than 63, then the MAC ID attribute is settable. The software setting defaults to the last
hardware setting. The switch is only read during power up.
6.3.2 Baud Rate – Attribute 2
Settable only if the Baud Rate switch is set to a value greater than 2. Value returned would be
switch value if less than 3 or the last value set.
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Switch/Value
0
1
2
3
Speed
125 kbits
250 kbits
500 kbits
Software settable
6.3.3 Bus Off Interrupt – Attribute 3
Bus Off Interrupt (BOI) determines the action if a Bus Off state is encountered.
BOI Value
0
1
Action
Hold chip on OFF state (default)
Try to reset CAN controller.
6.3.4 Bus Off Counter – Attribute 4
Bus Off Counter will be forced to 0 whenever set, regardless of the data value provided.
6.3.5 Allocation Information – Attribute 5
Choice Byte
Bit
7-2
1
0
Description
Reserved. Always 0.
If set, polled I/O connection to be allocated.
If set, explicit message connection to be allocated.
6.4 Assembly Object Class Code: 04 (0x04)
The Assembly Objects bind attributes of multiple objects to allow data to or from each object to be
sent or received over a single connection.
Table 11. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
2
Access
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Type
UINT
UINT
Value
2
101
Type
STRUCT of
BYTE
Value
Table 12. Instance 100 Attributes
Attribute
3
Access
Get
Name
Data
Status
Digital Inputs
BYTE
Pad
USINT
See Configuration
Object
See Configuration
Object
See Configuration
Object
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Attribute
Access
Name
Analog Inputs
Type
INT[ ] or UINT[ ]
Value
See Configuration
Object
Type
STRUCT of
BYTE
Value
Table 13. Instance 101 Attributes
Attribute
3
Access
Get
Name
Data
Digital Outputs
Pad
USINT
Analog Outputs
INT[ ] or UINT[ ]
See Configuration
Object
See Configuration
Object
See Configuration
Object
Table 14. Common Services
Service
Code
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Data Type of AIO
The data type of the analog inputs can either be INT or UINT. See the Analog Input Point object
for the current setting.
The data type of the analog outputs can either be INT or UINT. See the Analog Output Point
object for the current setting.
Note
Assembly instance 100 is used to generate the poll response
packet, and assembly instance 101 is used to consume the poll
request packet. See section 6.10 for custom poll configuration.
6.4.1 Default Assembly Object Instance 100 and 101 Structure
The table below shows the format of Assembly instance 100 and 101 with the “out-of-box”
attributes values of the Configuration object. The poll produce size is 18 bytes and the consume
size is 10 bytes by default.
Instance
100
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Bit 7
Bit 6
DI 7
DI 6
0x00
AI 0 – LSB
AI 0 – MSB
AI 1 – LSB
AI 1 – MSB
AI 2 – LSB
Bit 5
DI 5
Bit 4
DI 4
Bit 3
DI 3
Bit 2
DI 2
Bit 1
DI 1
Bit 0
DI 0
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Instance
101
Byte
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Bit 7
Bit 6
AI 2 – MSB
AI 3 – LSB
AI 3 – MSB
AI 4 – LSB
AI 4 – MSB
AI 5 – LSB
AI 5 – MSB
AI 6 – LSB
AI 6 – MSB
AI 7 – LSB
AI 7 – MSB
DO 7
DO 6
0x00
AO 0 – LSB
AO 0 – MSB
AO 1 – LSB
AO 1 – MSB
AO 2 – LSB
AO 2 – MSB
AO 3 – LSB
AO 3 – MSB
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
DO 5
DO 4
DO 3
DO 2
DO 1
DO 0
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Connection Object
Class Code: 05 (0x05)
The Connection Objects manage the characteristics of each communication connection. As a
Group II Only Slave device the unit supports one explicit message connection and one poll I/O
message connection.
Table 15. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
Access
Get
Name
Revision
Type
UINT
Value
1
Table 16. Instance 1 Attributes (Explicit Connection)
Attribute
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12
13
14
15
16
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
State
Instance Type
Transport Class Trigger
Produced Connection ID
Consumed Connection ID
Initial Comm. Char.
Production Size
Consumed Size
Expected Packet Rate
Watchdog Timeout Action
Prod. Path Length
Production Path
Cons. Path Length
Consumed Path
Type
USINT
USINT
USINT
UINT
UINT
USINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
USINT
UINT
Value
See Below
0 = Explicit Message
0x83
See Below
See Below
0x21
256
256
default 2500 msec
See Below
0
(null)
0
(null)
UINT
Table 17. Instance 2 Attributes (POLL connection)
Attribute
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12
13
14
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get
Get
Name
State
Instance Type
Transport Class Trigger
Produced Connection ID
Consumed Connection ID
Initial Comm. Char.
Production Size
Consumed Size
Expected Packet Rate
Watchdog Timeout Action
Prod. Path Length
Production Path
Log. Seg., Class
Class Number
Log.Seg., Instance
Type
USINT
USINT
USINT
UINT
UINT
USINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
USINT
UINT
STRUCT of
USINT
USINT
USINT
Value
See Below
1 = I/O Message
0x82
See Below
See Below
0x01
See Below
See Below
0
See Below
6
0x20
0x04
0x24
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15
16
Instance Number
Log.Seg., Attribute
Attribute Number
Cons. Path Length
Consume Path
Log. Seg., Class
Class Number
Log.Seg., Instance
Instance Number
Log.Seg., Attribute
Attribute Number
Get
Get
USINT
USINT
USINT
UINT
STRUCT of
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
0x64
0x30
0x03
6
0x20
0x04
0x24
0x65
0x30
0x03
Table 18. Common Services
Service
Code
05 (0x05)
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
6.4.2
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Reset
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
State – Attribute 1
Connection State
0
1
3
4
Description
Non-Existent
Configuring
Established
Timed Out
6.4.3 Connection ID's – Attributes 4 and 5
Connection 1 Produced Connection ID: 10xxxxxx011
Connection 1 Consumed Connection ID: 10xxxxxx100
Connection 2 Produced Connection ID: 01111xxxxxx
Connection 2 Consumed Connection ID: 10xxxxxx101
Note
xxxxxx = Node Address.
6.4.4 Production and Consumed Sizes – Attributes 7 and 8
The Production and Consumed sizes will change based on the Assembly instance are structured
based on the Configuration Object. The Table below will define the maximum Production and
Consumed sizes will their respective Assembly.
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Assembly
100
101
Production Size
18
Consumed Size
10
6.4.5 Watch Dog Timeout Activity – Attribute 12
Watchdog Timeout Value
0
1
2
3
Description
Timeout (I/O Messaging default)
Auto Delete (Explicit Messaging default)
Auto Reset
Deferred Delete
6.5 Discrete Input Point Object Class Code: 08 (0x08)
The Discrete Input Point (DIP) Object models discrete inputs in a product. You can use this object
in applications as simple as a toggle switch or as complex as a discrete I/O control module. There
is a separate instance for each discrete input available on the device.
Table 19. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
2
6
7
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
2
8
7
4
Table 20. Instance 1-8 Attributes
Attribute
3
Access
Get
NV
V
Name
Value
Type
BOOL
4
Get
V
Status
BOOL
Value
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Okay
1 = Faulted
Table 21. Common Services
Service
Code
14 (0x0E)
6.5.1
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Input State – Attribute 3
Attribute 3 provides the state of the specific digital input. A value of 0 indicates an OFF state and a
value of 1 indicates an ON state. The Digital inputs provide feedback of the digital output states. If
the corresponding output state is set to 0 these points may be used as inputs.
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6.5.2 Status – Attribute 4
If the MicroNode’s I/O input power falls below 18Vdc, the discrete input point’s value will be
indeterminist and the status will report as faulted. This is the only cause for a faulted discrete
input point.
6.6 Discrete Output Point Object
Class Code: 09 (0x09)
The Discrete Output Point (DOP) Object models discrete outputs in a product. You can use this
object in applications as simple as an actuator or as complex as a discrete I/O control module.
There is a separate instance for each discrete output available on the device.
Table 22. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
2
6
7
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
1
8
7
8
Table 23. Instance 1-8 Attributes
Attribute
3
Access
Get
NV
V
Name
Value
Type
BOOL
4
Get
V
Status
BOOL
5
Get/Set
NV
Fault Action
BOOL
6
Get/Set
NV
Fault Value
BOOL
7
Get/Set
NV
Idle Action
BOOL
8
Get/Set
NV
Idle Value
BOOL
Value
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Okay
1 = Faulted
0 = Fault Value attribute
1 = hold last value
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Idle Value attribute
1 = hold last value
0 = Off
1 = On
Table 24. Common Services
Service
Code
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
6.6.1 Output State – Attribute 3
The digital outputs are sinking or sourcing depending on the part number ordered. Setting a
DOP state to 1 forces the corresponding output pin low (sinking) or high (sourcing). The state of
each DOP may be read back using the DOP state or the corresponding DIP state. The DIP
state reflects the state of the I/O pin. If an I/O point is to be used as an input the corresponding
DOP state must be set to 0 (off).
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6.6.2 Status – Attribute 4
If the Combo MicroNode’s I/O input power falls below 18Vdc, the discrete output point’s value
will be indeterminist and the status will report as faulted. This is the only cause for a faulted
discrete output point.
6.7 Analog Input Point Object
Class Code: 10 (0x0A)
Table 25. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
2
6
7
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
2
8
7
8
Table 26. Instance 1-8 Attributes
Attribute
3
4
Access
Get
Get
NV
V
V
Name
Value
Status
Type
(See Value Data Type)
BOOL
7
Get/Set
NV
Input Range
USINT
8
Get/Set
NV
Value Data Type
USINT
Value
See Below
0 = Okay
1 = Faulted
2 = 0V to 10V
6 = -5V to +5V
0 = INT
6 = UINT
Table 27. Common Services
Service
Code
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
6.7.1 Value – Attribute 3
The following table is a list of values based the Input Range attribute, Value Data Type attribute,
and the resolution of the ADC being 12-bits
Data Type
Range
-10V
-5V
0V
5V
10V
INT
UINT
0V to
0V to
10V
10V
0x0000 0x0000
0x0000 0x0000
0x0000 0x0000
0x0800 0x0800
0x0FFF 0x0FFF
INT
UINT
-5V to
-5V to
+5V
+5V
0xF800 0x0000
0xF800 0x0000
0x0000 0x0800
0x07FF 0x0FFF
0x07FF 0x0FFF
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6.7.2 Status – Attribute 4
If the Combo MicroNode’s ±15V input power falls below tolerance, the analog input point’s value
will be indeterminist and the status will report as faulted. Also, if there is a bad read on the
ADC, that channel will be faulted as well.
6.8 Analog Output Point Object Class Code: 11 (0x0B)
Table 28. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
2
6
7
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
1
4
7
12
Table 29. Instance 1-4Attributes
Attribute
3
Access
Get/Set
NV
V
Name
Value
Type
4
Get
V
Status
(See Value Data Type)
BOOL
7
8
Get
Get/Set
NV
NV
Output Range
Value Data Type
USINT
USINT
9
Get/Set
NV
Fault State
USINT
10
Get/Set
NV
Idle State
USINT
11
12
Get/Set
Get/Set
NV
NV
Fault Value
Idle Value
(See Value Data Type)
(See Value Data Type)
Value
See Below
0 = Okay
1 = Faulted
3 = -10V to +10V
0 = INT
6 = UINT
0 = hold last state
1 = low limit
2 = high limit
3 = Fault Value
0 = hold last state
1 = low limit
2 = high limit
3 = Fault Value
See Value
See Value
Table 30. Common Services
Service
Code
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
Class
Instance
Service Name
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
6.8.1 Value, Fault Value, & Idle Value – Attributes 3, 11, &12
The following table is a list of values based the Value Data Type attribute and the resolution of
the DAC being 12-bits.
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Data Type
-10V
-5V
0V
5V
10V
INT
0xF800
0xFC00
0x0000
0x0400
0x07FF
UINT
0x0000
0x0400
0x0800
0x0C00
0x0FFF
6.8.2 Status – Attribute 4
If the Combo MicroNode’s ±15V input power falls below tolerance, the analog output point’s
value will be indeterministic and the status will report as faulted. This is the only cause for a
faulted analog output point.
6.8.3 Fault & Idle States – Attributes 9 & 10
Care should be taken when setting this attribute. Depending on what the Value Data Type
attribute is set to, will determine the value of the analog output when in the faulted stated.
Fault/Idle State
Low limit
INT
0x0000 = 0V
UINT
High limit
0x07FF = 10V
0x0000 = -10V
0x0FFF = 10V
6.9 S-Device Supervisor Object Class Code: 48 (0x30)
Table 31. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
2
6
7
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
1
1
7
100
Table 32. Instance 1 Attributes
Attribute
3
4
Access
Get
Get
NV
NV
NV
5
Get
NV
6
Get
NV
7
Get
NV
8
Get
NV
9
Get
NV
Name
Device Type
SEMI Standard
Revision Level
Manufacturer’s
Name
Manufacturer’s
Model Number
Software Revision
Level
Hardware
Revision Level
Manufacturer’s
Serial Number
Type
SHORT STRING
SHORT STRING
Value
“COMBO”
“E54-0997”
SHORT STRING
“MKS Instruments”
SHORT STRING
“DNIO-0124”
SHORT STRING
See Below
SHORT STRING
See Below
SHORT STRING
See Below
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Attribute
11
12
13
14
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
NV
V
V
V
V
Name
Device Status
Exception Status
Exception Detail
Alarm
Common
Exception
Detail
Size
Detail
Detail[0]
Detail[1]
Device
Exception
Detail
Size
Detail
Detail[0]
Detail[1]
Detail[2]
Detail[3]
Manufacturer
Exception
Detail
Size
Detail
Detail[0]
Exception Detail
Warning
Common
Exception
Detail
Size
Detail
Detail[0]
Detail[1]
Device
Exception
Detail
Size
Detail
Detail[0]
Detail[1]
Detail[2]
Detail[3]
Manufacturer
Exception
Detail
Type
USINT
BYTE
STRUCT of
Value
See Below
See Below
STRUCT of
USINT
ARRAY of
BYTE
BYTE
STRUCT of
USINT
ARRAY of
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
STRUCT of
USINT
ARRAY of
BYTE
STRUCT of
2
See Below
See Below
4
See Below
See Below
See Below
See Below
1
See Below
STRUCT of
USINT
ARRAY of
BYTE
BYTE
STRUCT of
USINT
ARRAY of
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
STRUCT of
2
See Below
See Below
4
See Below
See Below
See Below
See Below
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Attribute
15
16
100
Access
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get
NV
NV
NV
V
Name
Size
Detail
Detail[0]
Alarm Enable
Warning Enable
Mode
Type
USINT
ARRAY of
BYTE
BOOL
BOOL
USINT
Value
1
See Below
0=Disable, 1=Enable
0=Disable, 1=Enable
0 = User
2 = Factory
Table 33. Common Services
Service
Code
05 (0x05)
06 (0x06)
07 (0x07)
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
Class
Instance
Service Name
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Reset
Start
Stop
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Table 34. Object-Specific Services
Service
Code
75 (0x4B)
76 (0x4C)
78 (0x4E)
Class
Instance
Service Name
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Abort
Recover
Perform_Diagnostics
Parameter
TestID
Form
USINT
Test ID Parameter
0
Description
Type of diagnostic test to be
performed
Type of diagnostics to be performed
Standard
Table 35. Manufacturer-Specific Services
Service
Code
Class
50 (0x32)
51 (0x33)
No
No
INSTAN
CE
Yes
Yes
Service Name
Change Mode
Jump to boot loader.
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6.9.1 Change Mode Request
Parameter
Password
Form
UINT
Description
0x0000 = User
0x**** = Factory
6.9.2 Jump To Boot Loader Request
Parameter
NULL
Form
N/A
Description
This service is only accessible
in Factory Mode. It allows the
device to jump to the CAN boot
loader in order to download
new firmware to the device.
6.9.3 Software Revision Level – Attribute 7
The Software Revision will be a text string of the Major and Minor revision information of the
Identity object. It will have the format X.YYY, where X is the major revision and YYY is the Minor
revision. The revision code will match that provided by the Identity object.
6.9.4 Hardware Revision Level – Attribute 8
The Hardware Revision will be a text string reflecting the current revision of the hardware. It will
have the format X.YYY, where X is the major revision and YYY is the Minor revision.
6.9.5 Device Status – Attribute 11
Value
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Self Testing
Idle
Self-Test Exception
Executing
Abort
Critical Fault
6.9.6 Exception Status – Attribute 12
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
ALARM/ device-common
ALARM/ device-specific
ALARM/ manufacturer-specific
Reserved – set to 0
WARNING/ device-common
WARNING/ device-specific
WARNING/ manufacturer-specific
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Bit
7
Function
1 == Expanded Method
6.9.7 Common Exception Detail – Attribute 13 and 14
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Common Exception Detail[0]
Internal diagnostic exception
Microprocessor exception
EPROM exception
EEPROM exception
RAM exception
0 - Reserved by DeviceNet
Internal real-time exception
0 - Reserved by DeviceNet
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Common Exception Detail[1]
0
0
Power supply output voltage
Power supply input voltage
0
Notify manufacturer
Reset exception
0 = Reserved by DeviceNet
6.9.8 Device Exception Detail – Attributes 13 and 14
The value in each field comes from the respective object’s status attribute.
Byte
0
1
2
3
Bit 7
DI 7
DO 7
AI 7
0
Bit 6
DI 6
DO 6
AI 6
0
Bit 5
DI 5
DO 5
AI 5
0
Bit 4
DI 4
DO 4
AI 4
0
Bit 3
DI 3
DO 3
AI 3
AO 3
Bit 2
DI 2
DO 2
AI 2
AO 2
Bit 1
DI 1
DO 1
AI 1
AO 1
Bit 0
DI 0
DO 0
AI 0
AO 0
6.9.9 Manufacturer Exception Detail – Attributes 13 and 14
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Manufacturer Exception Detail
I/O +24V Fault
+/- 15V Fault
0
0
0
DO over current protection.
Bad read on ADC.
CAN Overrun*
* Warning Exception only.
6.10 Configuration Object Class Code: 100 (0x64)
Table 36. Class Attributes
Attribute
1
Access
Get
Name
Revision
Type
UINT
Value
1
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2
6
7
Get
Get
Get
Max Instance
Max Class Attribute ID
Max Instance Attribute ID
UINT
UINT
UINT
1
7
104
Table 37. Instance 1 Attributes
Attr
100
101
102
103
104
Access
Get/Set 1
Get/Set 1
Get/Set 1
Get/Set 1
Get/Set 1
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
Name
Mode
Num Digital Input
Num Digital Output
Num Analog Input
Num Analog Output
Type
BYTE
USINT
USINT
USINT
USINT
Value
See Below
See Below
See Below
See Below
See Below
Table 38. Common Services
Service
Code
05 (0x05)
14 (0x0E)
16 (0x10)
Class
Instance
Service Name
No
Yes
No
Yes 2
Yes
Yes
Reset
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Note
1: This attribute is only settable when the poll connection is in the
configuring state.
Note
2: This service is only valid when the poll connection is in the
configuring state.
6.10.1 Reset Service
If a reset service is sent, then the attribute values will return to the “out-of-box” configuration.
6.10.2 Mode – Attribute 100
The Mode byte determines the format of Assembly instances 100 and 101 and the overall
operation of the unit during the I/O scanning function. The mode byte consists of 2 bits with the
following interpretation.
Bit 7
Include
S-DSUP
Bit 6
Reserved
Note
Bit 5
Reserved
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 3
Reserved
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 1
Reserved
Bit 0
No Even
Byte
Reserved bits cannot be set, and are read back as 0.
If the Include S-DSUP bit is set, then the first byte in Assembly instance 100 will be the
Exception Status byte in the S-Device Supervisor Object
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If the No Even Byte bit is set, then there will not be a padding bytes inserted in Assembly
instance 100 or expected in Assembly instance 101. If the bit is cleared, then Assembly
instance 100 and 101 will be adjusted to ensure that the Analog I/O data starts on an even byte
boundary. Padding bytes will be eliminated from the Assembly instance 100 and 101 if the Num
Analog Input and/or Num Analog Output are set to zero, respectively.
6.10.3 Num Digital Input – Attribute 101
The Num Digital Input attribute determines the number of discrete input points to be used in
Assembly instance 100. The maximum number is 8. The number of bytes included in
Assembly instance 100 is calculated as follows:
Number of digital input bytes = ( (Num Digital Input) + 7) / 8);
6.10.4 Num Digital Output – Attribute 102
The Num Digital Output attribute determines the number of discrete output points to be used in
Assembly instance 101. The maximum number is 8. The number of bytes included in
Assembly instance 101 is calculated as follows:
Number of digital output bytes = ( (Num Digital Output) + 7) / 8);
6.10.5 Num Analog Input – Attribute 103
The Num Analog Input attribute determines the number of analog input points to be used in
Assembly instance 100. The maximum number is 8. The number of bytes included in
Assembly instance 100 is calculated as follows:
Number of analog input bytes = ( Num Analog Input * 2);
6.10.6 Num Analog Output – Attribute 104
The Num Analog Output attribute determines the number of analog output points to be used in
Assembly instance 101. The maximum number is 4. The number of bytes included in
Assembly instance 101 is calculated as follows:
Number of analog output bytes = ( Num Analog Output * 2);
6.10.7 Default Values
The “out-of-box” configuration is described in the table below.
Attribute
100 – Mode
101 – Num
Digital Input
102 – Num
Digital Output
Value
0x00
8
Description
S-DSUP Exception Status byte not included in Assembly instance 100.
There are padding bytes inserted into the Assembly instances to insure
that Analog I/O data is on even byte boundaries.
All 8 digital inputs will be used in Assembly instance 100.
8
All 8 digital outputs will be used in Assembly instance 101.
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Attribute
103 – Num
Analog Inputs
103 – Num
Analog
Outputs
Value
8
Description
All 8 analog inputs will be used in Assembly instance 100.
4
All 4 analog outputs will be used in Assembly instance 101.
6.10.8 Custom Assembly Instance 100 and 101 Structure
The format of Assembly instances 100 and 101 are determined by the attributes values in the
Configuration object. Below is a table that shows one possibility other than the default outlined
in section 6.4.
Mode = 0x80.
Num Digital In = 4.
Num Digital Out = 8.
Num Analog In = 8.
Num Analog Out = 2.
Instance
100
101
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
0
1
2
3
4
5
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Exception Status – See S-Device Supervisor Object
0
0
0
0
DI 3
DI 2
AI 0 – LSB
AI 0 – MSB
AI 1 – LSB
AI 1 – MSB
AI 2 – LSB
AI 2 – MSB
AI 3 – LSB
AI 3 – MSB
AI 4 – LSB
AI 4 – MSB
AI 5 – LSB
AI 5 – MSB
AI 6 – LSB
AI 6 – MSB
AI 7 – LSB
AI 7 – MSB
DO 7
DO 6
DO 5
DO 4
DO 3
DO 2
Padding Byte
AO 0 – LSB
AO 0 – MSB
AO 1 – LSB
AO 1 – MSB
Bit 1
Bit 0
DI 1
DI 0
DO 1
DO 0
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7 Appendix A - Specifications
Physical Specifications
Criteria
Dimensions
I/O Connector
DeviceNet™
Connector
Weight
Specifications
80mm (3.1496”) Height X 120mm (4.7244”)
Width X 31mm (1.22”) Depth
37-pin male D-sub
5-pin male microfast
200 g (0.44 lb)
Environmental Specifications
Criteria
Operating
Temperature
Storage
Humidity
Specifications
0 to +55°C
-40 to +85 °C
5 to 95% non-condensing
Functional Specifications
Criteria
BUS Interface
Front Panel
Indicators
Rotary Switches
Specifications
DeviceNet™
8 I/O points, Network Status, Module Status
MAC ID and Baud Rate
Power Specifications
Criteria
Input
Isolation
Specifications
Powered from DeviceNet™
[email protected] mA min
DC/DC Isolation
Input/Output Specifications
Criteria
Number of Digital I/O
Digital Input
Current sinking
Current sourcing
Digital Output
Current sinking
Current sourcing
Current max
Analog Input
Specifications
8 points (input or output)
Analog Output
4 single -ended points
Active Low- 1.5 mA min, 1.5 ms filtering
Active High-1.5 mA min, 1.5 ms filtering
Active low, 200 mA max / channel
Active high, 200 mA max / channel
800 mA for DIO 0-7,
8 single-ended points
12 bit
Software selectable range (0-10V), (–5 to +5V)
12 bit
Range (–10 to +10V)
5mA / channel into a 2 KΩ load
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8 Warranty
MKS Instruments, Inc. (MKS) warrants that for one year from the date of shipment the
equipment described above (the “equipment”) manufactured by MKS shall be free from defects
in materials and workmanship and will correctly perform all date-related operations, including
without limitation accepting data entry, sequencing, sorting, comparing, and reporting,
regardless of the date the operation is performed or the date involved in the operation, provided
that, if the equipment exchanges data or is otherwise used with equipment, software, or other
products of others, such products of others themselves correctly perform all date-related
operations and store and transmit dates and date-related data in a format compatible with MKS
equipment. THIS WARRANTY IS MKS’ SOLE WARRANTY CONCERNING DATE-RELATED
OPERATIONS.
For the period commencing with the date of shipment of this equipment and ending one year
later, MKS will, at its option, either repair or replace any part which is defective in materials or
workmanship or with respect to the date-related operations warranty without charge to the
purchaser. The foregoing shall constitute the exclusive and sole remedy of the purchaser for
any breach by MKS of this warranty.
The purchaser, before returning any equipment covered by this warranty, which is asserted to
be defective by the purchaser, shall make specific written arrangements with respect to the
responsibility for shipping the equipment and handling any other incidental charges with the
MKS sales representative or distributor from which the equipment was purchased or, in the
case of a direct purchase from MKS, with the MKS-CIT home office in San Jose, CA
This warranty does not apply to any equipment, which has not been installed and used in
accordance with the specifications recommended by MKS for the proper and normal use of the
equipment. MKS shall not be liable under any circumstances for indirect, special, consequential,
or incidental damages in connection with, or arising out of, the sale, performance, or use of the
equipment covered by this warranty.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER RELEVANT WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ANY WARRANTY
AGAINST INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT.
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