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Configuring an INTERBUS System Using Devices
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Table of Contents
1 Fieldline on the INTERBUS .......................................................................................... 1-1
The Fieldline Product Range .................................................................. 1-1
1.2
Documentation for Fieldline Devices ...................................................... 1-2
1.3
INTERBUS ............................................................................................. 1-3
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Fieldline Modular Local Bus ................................................................... 1-4
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2 Connecting Bus Cables ................................................................................................ 2-1
Configuring the INTERBUS System ....................................................... 3-1
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Installation .............................................................................................. 3-2
3.3
Configuration and Startup....................................................................... 3-2
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The Fieldline Product Range
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The input and output devices in the Fieldline product range are designed for
distributed automation tasks in harsh environmental conditions. The devices meet
the requirements for IP65/IP67 protection. They enable the direct connection of
sensors and actuators in an environment close to the station.
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The Fieldline product range includes the Fieldline Stand-Alone (FLS) and Fieldline
Modular (FLM) product groups.
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Fieldline Stand-Alone devices cannot be extended and have a directly integrated
fieldbus connection and I/O level. They are used for distribution in the field when
only a few digital I/O points are required.
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Fieldline Modular devices consist of a bus coupler (gateway) and I/O devices that
can be connected. They are used for special functions, primarily for applications
with a high I/O node density and complex functions.
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Documentation for Fieldline Devices
The documentation for Fieldline devices is modular, providing you with the optimum
information for your specific bus system.
You also require the following documentation:
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This user manual describes only the INTERBUS-specific features of the devices.
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Installation of Devices in the Fieldline Product Range
FLS FLM SYS INST UM E (Order No. 26 89 7 3)
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This user manual describes the devices for all bus systems.
This includes:
– The device properties, which are the same for all bus systems
– Mounting
– The voltage supply concept and connection
Device-Specific Data Sheet
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The data sheet describes the specific properties of a device.
This includes:
– Function
– Local diagnostic and status indicators
– Connector pin assignment and connection example
– Programming data
– Technical data
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INTERBUS
INTERBUS is a fieldbus standardized according to IEC 61158 for the serial
transmission of data on the sensor/actuator level.
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For a general description of INTERBUS with information on, e.g., the bus
topology, system data, and cable lengths, please refer to the "General
Introduction to the INTERBUS System" user manual (IBS SYS INTRO G4 UM E;
Order No. 27 45 21 1).
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Typical structure of an INTERBUS system with remote bus and
local bus
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Fieldline Modular Local Bus
A Fieldline Modular local bus is a bus connection that branches off from a remote
bus via a bus coupler (FLM BK IB) and connects the Fieldline Modular local bus
devices with each other. The bus coupler opens a powerful local bus, which can be
used to connect up to 16 more devices. Devices are Fieldline modular local bus
devices used to implement a local bus station. The bus coupler provides the power
supply.
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The maximum total length of a local bus is 20 m. The transmission speed can be
switched from 500 kBaud to 2 MBaud.
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The bus coupler can also be connected to up to eight digital sensors via M12
connectors, which are double-assigned. It supplies the sensors with the required
voltage and reads the available signals.
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Connecting Bus Cables
In the following, a cable that conforms to the INTERBUS specification must be
used to connect INTERBUS.
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Use shielded M12 connectors to connect the bus. The thread of the M12 connector
is used to connect the shielding to functional earth ground.
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Phoenix Contact recommends the use of pre-assembled bus cables (see the
Phoenix Contact AUTOMATIONWORX catalog).
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If you assemble the cables yourself, please follow the description provided in the
Fieldline user manual FLS FLM SYS INST UM E (Order No. 26 98 93 7) and the
device-specific data sheet.
Connect the incoming bus to the BUS IN socket and the outgoing bus to the
BUS OUT socket.
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For a device that is followed by another device, the incoming and outgoing bus must
be connected (Figure 2-2, A). For the last device of a remote bus, only the incoming
bus is connected (Figure 2-2, B). To ensure IP65/IP67 protection, cover the unused
BUS OUT connection with a protective cap (1).
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In the INTERBUS system, the connections for the bus are B-encoded and the
connections for the supply voltage are A-encoded. In this way, the bus and supply
voltage cannot be mixed up.
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Configuration and Startup
3.1
Configuring the INTERBUS System
Considering system restrictions
Take into account the basic system specifications
(see IBS SYS INTRO G4 UM E, Order No. 27 45 21 1)
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Specify the devices to be installed according to the input and output
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Select the devices required
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Specify the device range for the I/O devices
Specify the type and number of input and output signals
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To configure your system, proceed as follows:
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Describing and Defining the Task
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The INTERBUS system with a controller board with firmware version 4.40 (G4) or
later must be used to ensure the optimum use of all system and diagnostic
functions.
Select the voltage supply
Please refer to the information on the power supply in the
FLS FLM SYS INST UM E User Manual (Order No. 26 98 93 7)
The selection of suitable power supplies always depends on the
particular system. The following criteria should always be met for the
24 V DC voltage supply:
Nominal value:
24 V
Tolerance:
±25 % (complies with EN 61131-2: -15 % /
+20%)
Incl. ripple:
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A selection of suitable voltage supplies can be found in the INTERFACE catalog
from Phoenix Contact.
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Select INTERBUS cables
For interference-free transmission, Phoenix Contact recommends a 6-wire,
twisted pair and shielded cable.
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A selection of suitable bus cables can be found in the AUTOMATIONWORX
catalog from Phoenix Contact.
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Installing devices
See User Manual FLS FLM SYS INST UM E.
Connecting the bus
See Section "Connecting Bus Cables" on page 2-1.
Connecting the supply voltage
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Disconnect the power supply before installing the devices.
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address or the baud rate or to use termination resistors for INTERBUS.
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3-2
Configuration and Startup
For configuration, parameterization, and visualization of the system, CMD software
Version 4.40 or later is available for standard controller boards. PC WORX software
Version 2.x or later is available for use with a Field Controller (FC) or a Remote
Field Controller (RFC).
Please refer to the relevant documentation of software used for the configuration
and startup of Fieldline devices.
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The Phoenix Contact AUTOMATIONWORX catalog contains the ordering data
for all Fieldline products.
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Products include:
– Fieldline devices
– Bus cables
– Shielded bus connectors
– Unshielded connectors
– Other accessories
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