SINEC S1 Master Module CP 2430 - Service, Support

SINEC S1 Master Module CP 2430 - Service, Support
Introduction
Technical description and guidelines
for installing the CP 2430
1
2
Standard operation
3
SINEC
Extended operation
SINEC S1
Master Module CP 2430
Multiprocessor mode
C79000-G8976-C062
Replacing a defective slave /
Automatic address programming
6
Error indicators /
Dealing with problems
7
4
5
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Volume 1 of 1
Appendix
PICS
A
Status word ANZW and parameter
assignment error byte PAFE
B
Further reading
C
Abbreviations / Terms
D
SINEC is a trademark of SIEMENS
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
E
SINEC
SINEC S1 Master Module CP 2430
Manual
C79000-B8976-C085
Note
We would point out that the contents of this product documentation shall not become a part of or
modify any prior or existing agreement, commitment or legal relationship. The Purchase Agreement
contains the complete and exclusive obligations of Siemens. Any statements contained in this
documentation do not create new warranties or restrict the existing warranty.
We would further point out that, for reasons of clarity, these operating instructions cannot deal with
every possible problem arising from the use of this device. Should you require further information
or if any special problems arise which are not sufficiently dealt with in the operating instructions,
please contact your local Siemens representative.
General
This device is electrically operated. In operation, certain parts of this device carry a
dangerously high voltage.
Failure to heed warnings may result in serious physical injury and/or material damage.
WARNING !
!
Only appropriately qualified personnel may operate this equipment or work in its
vicinity. Personnel must be thoroughly familiar with all warnings and maintenance
measures in accordance with these operating instructions.
Correct and safe operation of this equipment requires proper transport, storage and
assembly as well as careful operator control and maintenance.
Personnel qualification requirements
Qualified personnel as referred to in the operating instructions or in the warning notes are defined
as persons who are familiar with the installation, assembly, startup and operation of this product
and who posses the relevant qualifications for their work, e.g.:
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Training in or authorization for connecting up, grounding or labelling circuits and devices or
systems in accordance with current standards in saftey technology;
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Training in or authorization for the maintenance and use of suitable saftey equipment in
accordance with current standards in safety technology;
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First Aid qualification.
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Contents
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
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1.1 General Information
1.1.1 Overview of the Chapters
1.1.2 Symbols and Conventions Used in the Text
1.1.3 Requirements for Understanding the Manual
1.1.4 Sample Programs/Readme File
1.1.5 Further Information
1.1.6 Hotline
2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION AND GUIDELINES FOR
INSTALLING THE CP 2430
2.1 Overview of the Module
2.1.1 Introduction
2.1.2 Technical Data of the Module
2.1.3 Connection Between the PLC and CP 2430
2.1.4 Design and Interfaces of the CP 2430
2.1.5 Settings on the CP 2430
2.1.5.1 Setting the Start Address of the I/O Area
2.1.5.2 Setting the Mode
2.1.5.3 Setting the Interface Numbers
2.1.6 Installing the CP 2430 in the PLC Rack
2.1.7 Control and Display Elements of the CP 2430
2.1.8 Types of Operation with the CP 2430
3. STANDARD OPERATION OF THE CP 2430 (MODE 1)
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3.1 Configuring the CP 2430 for Standard Operation
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3.2 Addressing the CP 2430 in the PLC
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3.3 How the PLC Addresses the Slaves on the AS-I Cable
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4. EXTENDED MODE (HDB MODE) OF THE CP 2430 (MODES 2 AND 3)
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4.1 Introduction
4.1.1 HDB Mode Combined With the I/O Mode (Mode 2)
4.1.2 Simple HDB Mode of the CP 2430 (Mode 3)
4.1.3 Configuring the CP 2430 in the HDB Mode
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4.2 Using Handling Blocks (HDBs)
4.2.1 Handling Blocks as a Program Interface
4.2.2 Supplying the HDBs with Parameters
4.2.3 Startup Synchronization in the HDB Mode
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4.3 Interface for AS-I Commands (Modes 2/3)
4.3.1 Overview of the Commands Supported by the CP 2430
4.3.1.1 Set_Permanent_Parameter
4.3.1.2 Get_Permanent_Parameter
4.3.1.3 Write_Parameter
4.3.1.4 Read_Parameter
4.3.1.5 Store_Actual_Parameters
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4.3.1.6 Set_Permanent_Configuration
4.3.1.7 Get_Permanent_Configuration
4.3.1.8 Store_Actual_Configuration
4.3.1.9 Read Actual Configuration Data
4.3.1.10 Set_LPS
4.3.1.11 Set_Offline_Mode
4.3.1.12 Select Autoprogramming
4.3.1.13 Set_Operation_Mode
4.3.1.14 Change_Slave_Address
4.3.1.15 Read Slave Statun
4.3.1.16 Read Lists and Flags
(Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags)
4.3.1.17 Read Total Configuration
4.3.1.18 Configuring the Total System
4.3.1.19 Write Parameter List
4.3.1.20 Read Parameter Echo List
4.3.1.21 Read Version ID
4.3.1.22 Slave Diagnostics
4.3.1.23 Read Slave Status and Delete
4.3.1.24 Read Slave ID
4.3.1.25 Read Slave I/O
4.3.1.26 Read S1 Diagnostic Data
4.4 Transferring I/O Data of the AS-I Slaves Using HDBs (Only Mode 3, ANR 200, 201)
4.4.1 Transferring the Output Data to the AS-I Slaves (ANR 200)
4.4.2 Reading the Input Data of the AS-I Slaves (ANR 201)
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5. MULTIPROCESSOR MODE
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6. REPLACING A DEFECTIVE SLAVE /
AUTOMATIC ADDRESS PROGRAMMING
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7. ERROR INDICATORS ON THE CP 2430 / DEALING WITH PROBLEMS
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A ASI PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION CONFORMANCE STATEMENT (PICS) A-1
A.1 PICS for the CP 2430
A-1
B STATUS WORD ANZW AND PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT
ERROR BYTE PAFE
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B.1 Meaning and Structure of the ANZW
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B.2 Content of the Status Word
B-2
B.3 Possible Status Words With the Jobs Permitted on the CP 2430
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B.4 The Parameter Assignment Error Byte PAFE
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C FURTHER READING
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D ABBREVIATIONS / TERMS
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1. Introduction
This manual describes the functions of the CP 2430 and the procedure for programming the module.
Before you read this manual, it is assumed that you know the contents of the chapter “SINEC S1/AS-I
Introduction and Basic Information”.
We recommend the following procedure when...
...You want an overall picture of SINEC S1.
´
Read the manual “SINEC S1/AS-I
Introduction and Basic Information”.
This
manual
contains
general
information about SINEC S1.
...You want to know how to program the CP
2430.
´
Read the manual “SINEC S1/AS-I
Introduction and Basic Information”,
Chapter 1 Section 1.5 “The Master
Mode”. You should also read Chapters
3 and 4 in this manual.
...You want to start up the CP 2430 PLC
master module.
´
You will find the information you require
in Section 2.1 ‘Overview of the Module’
and in Chapter 3 ‘Standard Operation
of the CP 2430 (Mode 1)’.
...You want to create a PLC program for
standard applications.
´
Chapter 3 contains all the information
you require for standard operation.
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1.1 General Information
1.1.1 Overview of the Chapters
Chapter 1
Introduction
This chapter contains general information about the layout and use of the manual.
Chapter 2
Technical Description and Guidelines for Installing the CP 2430
This chapter provides an overview of the modes, installation and startup and the display and
operating elements of the CP 2430.
Chapter 3
Standard Operation of the CP 2430 (Mode 1)
Chapter 3 describes standard operation of the module which is particularly straightforward and easy
to use. This mode allows direct access to the inputs and outputs of the AS-I slave just like digital I/O
modules of the SIMATIC PLC.
Chapter 4
Extended Operation (HDB Mode) of the CP 2430 (Modes 2 and 3)
Chapter 4 describes the extended mode of the CP 2430 that requires standard handling blocks
(HDBs) in the controller. When using this mode, it is, for example, possible to assign parameters to
the AS-I slaves or modify the slave addresses by programming the changes in an S5 program.
Chapter 5
Multiprocessor Mode
Chapter 5 contains information about operating the CP 2430 in multiprocessor PLCs.
Chapter 6
Replacing a Defective Slave/Automatic Address Programming
This chapter explains how you can replace a defective AS-I slave simply and easily.
Chapter 7
Error Indicators on the CP 2430/Dealing With Problems
This chapter lists and explains the possible error and fault indications on the CP 2430 and describes
ways to eliminate problems.
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1.1.2 Symbols and Conventions Used in the Text
General symbols in the text:
This symbol indicates an action for you to perform.
This symbol highlights special features or dangers.
1.1.3 Requirements for Understanding the Manual
To fully understand the manual, you should already be familiar with the following:
±
Programming in STEP 5
±
The ‘SINEC S1/AS-I Introduction and Basic Information’.
1.1.4 Sample Programs/Readme File
The floppy disk accompanying this manual contains sample programs in the directory
\CP2430\English that provide you with instructions and help when programming the CP 2430. These
sample programs are explained. The readme.txt file contains up-to-date information and explains any
restrictions that apply to the use of the CP 2430.
1.1.5 Further Information
Order numbers for the products referred to in this manual can be found in the latest release of the
appropriate catalog.
If you require further information about SINEC S1 and AS-I components, please contact your local
SIEMENS office.
1.1.6 Hotline
If you have technical questions, please use our hotline on the following numbers:
xx49-9131-7-43147
xx49-9131-7-43157
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2. Technical Description
Installing the CP 2430
and
Guidelines
for
This chapter outlines the basic functions of the SINEC S1 CP 2430 master module and explains how
the module is installed and started up.
You will learn the following:
±
Which PLC systems can be operated using the CP 2430 on SINEC S1.
±
How to install the CP 2430.
±
Which modes are supported by the CP 2430.
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2.1 Overview of the Module
2.1.1 Introduction
The CP 2430 module can be operated in the programmable logic controllers (PLCs) S5-115U, S5135U, S5-155U. It allows the connection of two independent AS-I chains to the programmable logic
controller mentioned above.
SINEC H1
or
SINEC L2
CP2430
Chain A
AS-I cable
Chain B
Passive AS-I module
(without slave ASIC)
Active
AS-I module
(with slave ASIC)
AS-I cable
AS-I
power unit
(4 x slave)
Binary sensors and actuators
with slave ASIC
= Slave ASIC
Binary sensors and actuators
without slave ASIC
Active or passive
AS-I module
Actuator or sensor
with direct connection
Branch of the
AS-I cable
Figure 2-1 Possible Applications of the SINEC S1 CP 2430 Module
Components Supplied
The product CP 2430 includes the following components:
1. The CP 2430 module
2. Two connectors for connection to the AS-I cable
If you want to order more of these connectors, please contact your SINEC sales office.
For further products, refer to /3/ or contact your SINEC sales office.
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2.1.2 Technical Data of the Module
The essential technical data of the CP 2430 module is as follows:
±
The CP occupies one slot in the SIMATIC PLC. If you operate the module in the S5-115U,
an adapter module is required.
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The CP 2430 module is a double master. This means that two AS-I chains operating
completely independently of each other can be connected. The CP 2430 has two
independent channels A and B to which the two AS-I chains A and B can be connected.
±
From the point of view of the PLC, the CP 2430 uses 32 input bytes and 32 output bytes if
the I/O mode is activated for both AS-I chains (channels A and B). If the I/O mode is only
activated for one channel, the addresses occupied are reduced to 16 input bytes and 16
output bytes. If the I/O mode is disabled for both channels, the module does not require any
I/O address area.
±
The programmable logic controller can access the inputs and outputs of the AS-I slaves
using the I/O area of the CP 2430 in the same way as it accesses the inputs and outputs of a
digital I/O module.
±
The CP 2430 has two pages with consecutive interface numbers. A page is assigned to each
channel. Using the pages, the S5 programmable logic controller can transfer AS-I commands
to the CP 2430 using standard handling blocks. As an option, it is also possible to exchange
I/O data of the AS-I slaves between the CP 2430 and S5 PLC using handling blocks.
±
The page interface provided by the CP 2430 is an efficient mechanism for handling AS-I
commands. The option of using the page interface to transfer the input and output data of
the AS-I slave allows address area to be saved in the PLC.
±
The AS-I slave configuration is saved using switches on the front panel or by special
commands.
±
The AS-I cable is connected using connectors with screw contacts.
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Further Technical Data
Bus cycle time
5 ms with 31 slaves
Configuration
By switches on the front panel or using special
commands
AS-I profiles supported
Without handling blocks: M0
With handling blocks: M1
AS-I interface connection
Using connectors with screw contacts
Adress range
32 input bytes and 32 output bytes of the PLC if
the I/O mode is set for both channels.
If the I/O mode is activated for only one channel,
the CP 2430 occupies 16 input bytes and 16
output bytes.
If the I/O mode is disabled for both channels, the
CP 2430 does not occupy any I/O address area.
Number of pages
The CP 2430 has two pages. Each channel is
assigned one page.
An interface number (page address) is only
occupied when the page mode is activated for the
corresponding channel (selected with DIP switch).
Power supply SIMATIC backplane bus
Power supply from the AS-I cable
Power consumption from DC 5 V
Power consumption from the AS-I cable
Ambient conditions
5 V d.c.
According to the AS-I specification
typically 700 mA
maximum 100 mA
•
•
•
•
•
Operating temperature
0 to 60°C
Transport and storage temperature
-40°C to +70°C
Relative humidity
max. 95% at +25°C
Weight approximately
400g
Space required
1 slot
Table 2-1
Technical Data
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2.1.3 Connection Between the PLC and CP 2430
Figure 2-2 shows the connection between the PLC and the CP 2430 module. As already mentioned,
the two channels A and B on the module are completely independent of each other. Each channel
has an I/O interface and a page interface that can be activated or deactivated using a DIP switch. If
the I/O interface is not activated, the I/O area assigned to it is not used by the module. In the same
way, if the page interface is disabled, the interface number (page address) is not used by the module.
The I/O data of the AS-I slaves
are exchanged between the
PLC and CP 2430 on the I/O
interface. Access is transparent
just as with an I/O module. AS-I
commands are transferred using
the page interface (handling
block mode). As an option, the
I/O data of the AS-I slaves can
also be transferred using the
page interface. In this case, the
I/O interface for the channel in
question is disabled.
CP2430 channel A
Page with
SSNR K
ASI master
PM switch channel A
channel A
16 bytes in the
I/O area
with start
address n
Connection
channel A
I/O switch channel A
PLC
CP2430 channel B
Page with
SSNR K+1
ASI master
PM switch channel B
channel B
channel B
SINEC004
16 byte in the
I/O area
with start
address n+16
Connection
I/O switch channel B
Figure 2-2 Connection Between the PLC and CP 2430
2.1.4 Design and Interfaces of the CP 2430
Design of the CP 2430
This diagram illustrates the design of the CP 2430. The
addresses and modes of the module are set using switches
S2 and S4 (see Section 2.1.5)
S4
S2
X1
X10
X2
X11
Figure 2-3 Layout of the CP 2430
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Pinouts of the CP 2430 Interfaces
Table 2-2 shows the pinouts of the electrical interfaces of the CP 2430. These interfaces are as
follows:
±
Backplane connector X1/X2
±
Male connectors X10 or X11 for connecting the AS-I cable for channel A or B
X1
D
B
Z
X2
D
B
Z
Pin
No.
Signal
Name
Signal
Name
Signal
Name
Pin
No.
Signal
Name
Signal
Name
Signal
Name
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
ADB12
ADB13
ADB14
ADB15
-
Ground
PESP
ADB0
ADB1
ADB2
ADB3
ADB4
ADB5
ADB6
ADB7
ADB8
ADB9
ADB10
ADB11
BASP
Ground
P5
RESET
MEMR
MEMW
RDY
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
-
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
-
Ground
+5V
+5V
NAU
-
Table 2-2 Pin Assignment of the Backplane Connectors X1 and X2
X10 (Channel A)
X11 (Channel B)
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
1
2
3
4
ASI +
ASI ASI +
ASI -
1
2
3
4
ASI +
ASI ASI +
ASI -
Table 2-3 Pin Assignment of the Male Connectors X10 and X11
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2.1.5 Settings on the CP 2430
The start address of the I/O area and the mode of the two AS-I channels of the CP 2430 are set
using switch group S2. With switch group S4, you select the interface number. Both switch groups
are located on the module next to the upper backplane connector X1.
2.1.5.1 Setting the Start Address of the I/O Area
The CP 2430 occupies 32 input bytes and 32 output bytes in the I/O area of the S5 PLC starting at
the selected start address if the I/O mode is activated for both channels. The start address is set
using DIP switches (switch group S2).
Example:
If the value 0 is set as the start address, the CP 2430 occupies input bytes 0 to 31 and output bytes 0
to 31 that are assigned to the two channels as follows:
Channel A
input byte
0 to 15
Channel B
input byte 16 to 31
output byte
0 to 15
output byte 16 to 31
Table 2-4 Input and Output Assignment
If the I/O mode is switched off on one channel, the input and output bytes are not used and are free
to be used by other modules.
The start address is selected in increments of 32 using switch group S2. The DIP switches of S2 are
labeled S2-1, S2-2 to S2-7.
S2-1
S2-2
S2-3
Start Address
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
OFF
OFF
ON
32
OFF
ON
OFF
64
OFF
ON
ON
96
ON
OFF
OFF
128
ON
OFF
ON
160
ON
ON
OFF
192
ON
ON
ON
224
Table 2-5 Setting the Start Address
The default setting of the start address is 0.
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Examples:
Switch up
1 2 3
Switch
group S2
SINEC_1
OFF
Switch down
Selected start address = 32
Figure 2-4 Switches for the Start Address
In the digital I/O area from 0 to 127, a maximum of four CP 2430 modules each with two AS-I chains
with a total of 1024 input and 1024 output bits can be plugged in when the I/O area of both channels
is activated on these modules. In this case, the complete address area for the digital I/Os is used. No
further digital I/Os can then be plugged into the programmable logic controller.
Since the CP 2430 can also be addressed in the area of the analog I/Os, a further four CP 2430
modules can be plugged in from I/O byte 128 to 255 if the I/O mode is activated on both channels of
these modules. In this case the complete address area for the analog I/Os is occupied and no further
analog modules can be plugged in.
The CP 2430 can be addressed in the same way as “normal” I/O modules using the extended I/O
area (O area) providing the CPU being used supports this type of addressing. For further details,
refer to the manual of your CPU.
2.1.5.2 Setting the Mode
You also set the mode of your CP using switch group S2.
Switch up
4 5 6 7
Switch
group S2
SINEC _2
OFF
Switch down
B
A
PM IO PM IO
Set for both channels: I/O mode activated and
page mode deactivated (mode 1)
Figure 2-5 Switches for Setting the Mode
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Using these switches, you can set the mode for channel A and channel B separately. You can also
activate or deactivate the page mode (switch PM = page mode) and the I/O mode (switch IO =
Input/Output mode) on the module separately for each channel.
The I/O mode for the corresponding AS-I channel is activated or deactivated with the I/O switch. The
page mode for the corresponding channel is activated or deactivated with the PM switch.
The following table shows the switch settings and their significance:
PM Switch
IO Switch
Mode
OFF
OFF
The corresponding channel of the AS-I master is
deactivated (recognizable by the LEDs for this
channel remaining unlit).
The I/O address area for this channel is not used
and is then available for other modules.
The page reserved for the channel is also not
used.
OFF
ON
Mode 1: Standard mode, only the I/O mode is
active, the page mode is disabled. (Setting when
the module is supplied)
The page reserved for the channel is not used.
ON
OFF
Mode 3: Only page mode
The I/O address area selected for this channel is
not used and is free for other modules.
ON
ON
Mode 2: I/O mode and page mode
Table 2-6 Modes
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2.1.5.3 Setting the Interface Numbers
The interface number (page address) is set with switch group S4. The CP 2430 occupies two
consecutive interface numbers for channel A and channel B.
To select the interface number for channel A, the values of the switches set to “ON” in the following
table must be added. The interface number of channel B is the next consecutive interface number.
Switch
S4-1
S4-2
Value
ON = 128
OFF = 0
ON = 64
OFF = 0
S4-3
S4-4
ON = 32
OFF = 0
ON = 16
OFF = 0
S4-5
ON = 8
OFF = 0
S4-6
ON = 4
OFF = 0
S4-7
ON = 2
OFF = 0
Table 2-7 Switches for the Interface Numbers
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Example of an interface number setting:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
S w itc h
b lo c k S 4
SINE C_3
OFF
Sw itch do wn
Figure 2-6 Example of the Interface Number Setting (Interface Number Selected: Channel A=80, Channel B=81)
Switch
S4-1
Value
OFF = 0
S4-2
ON = 64
S4-3
OFF = 0
S4-4
ON = 16
S4-5
OFF = 0
S4-6
OFF = 0
S4-7
OFF = 0
Interface no.
Channel A
Interface no.
Channel B
64
+
16
= 80
= Interface number channel A + 1 = 81
Table 2-8 Example of an Interface Number Setting
If switch group S2 is deactivated for both channels for the HDB mode, (switch PM =
OFF), the CP 2430 does not occupy any interface number, in other words, the settings of
switch group S4 are irrelevant.
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2.1.6 Installing the CP 2430 in the PLC Rack
When supplied (mode 1: only I/O mode), the CP 2430 can be operated in the central controllers and
expansion units in all CP and I/O slots (it cannot be plugged in directly into the S5-115U). The
module can be operated without a fan.
If the page mode is activated for one or both channels, the CP 2430 must be plugged into a CP
slot.
When installing the CP 2430 in the S5-115U programmable logic controller, an adapter module is
necessary.
Modules must only be plugged in or removed when the power supply to the rack is
turned off. The modules contain electrostatically sensitive devices (ESD) and you must
take the usual measures to avoid electrostatic charges.
The following tables show the slots available for both modes.
Slots for the SINEC CP 2430 (max. 4 x CP 2430 modules per S5-115U to 155U)
CP 2430 in the I/O mode:
Rack / Device
Accessories
S5-115U
CR 700-0LA
CR 700-0LB
CR 700-1
CR 700-2
CR 700-3
ER 701-2
ER 702-3
Adapter module
Adapter module
Adapter module
Adapter module
Adapter module
Adapter module
Adapter module
Slots for the CP 2430
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
Table 2-9 Slots for the I/O Mode
CP 2430 in the HDB mode:
Rack / Device
Accessories
S5-115U
CR 700-0LB
CR 700-2
CR 700-3
ER 702-3
Adapter module
Adapter module
Adapter module
Adapter module
Slots for the CP 2430
0
1
Table 2-10 Slots for the HDB Mode
= possible slot
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CP 2430 in the I/O mode:
Rack / Device
Accessories
Slots for the CP 2430
S5-135U/-155U
CC 135U/155U; CC 135-U.;CC135-K..
CC 155
EG 183U
EG 184U
EG 185U
EG 187U
3
11 19 27 35 43 51 59 67 75 83 91 99 107115123131139147155163
Table 2-11 Slots for the I/O mode
CP 2430 in the HDB mode:
Rack / Device
Accessories
S5-135U/-155U
CC 135U/155U; CC 135-U..
CC 135-K..
CC 155
EG 185U
Slots for the CP 2430
3
11 19 27 35 43 51 59 67 75 83 91 99 107115123131139147155163
Table 2-12 Slots for HDB Mode
= possible slot
The CP is approved for the following CC-EU connections:
IM 304, IM 314
For HDB and/or I/O mode
IM 307, IM 317
IM 300-5, IM 312-5
IM 305
For I/O mode (HDB mode not possible!)
IM 306
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Connecting the CP 2430 to the AS-I Cable
The AS-I cable is connected using the connector supplied that has two pairs of terminals that are
jumpered internally inside the CP 2430.
+ brown
- blue
These connections are
jumpered by the CP 2430
+ brown
SINEC005
- blue
Figure 2-7 Connector for the AS-I Cable
The second pair of terminals is for connecting the AS-I power supply unit or for a branch of the AS-I
cable. The AS-I power supply unit can, however, be connected at any other point on the AS-I cable.
Noise Immunity/Grounding
To ensure the noise immunity of the CP 2430, the PLC and AS-I power supply unit must
be grounded correctly. For more detailed information, refer to the system manuals of the
PLCs and the description of the AS-I power supply unit.
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2.1.7 Control and Display Elements of the CP 2430
The following diagram shows the front panel of the CP 2430 with the control and display elements.
These are described in detail below.
The front panel contains a matrix display of the active slaves that can be switched over to channel A
or B. Below this display there are two separate fields for the switches and displays of channels A and
B and the connections for the two AS-I chains.
Matrix display of the active slaves. The display
can be switched to channel A or B using the
‘DISPLAY’ switch.
Each slave is assigned a dot in the display.
Defective or existing slaves that have not been
configured are indicated by their dot flashing in
the “protected mode”.
ACTIVE
SLAVES
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
0 1 2 3 4
A
D ISP L AY
B
S E TC
A
C H G M OD
Control and display field for channel A
RUN
FAULT
AUPRG
S1PF
CMOD
CERR
S E TC
B
C H GMOD
RUN
FAULT
AUPRG
S1PF
CMOD
CERR
Control and display field for channel B
Connection for AS-I chain A
A
(The chain is connected using the supplied
connector with screw terminals)
Connection for AS-I chain B
S IN E C0 0 6
B
Figure 2-8 Front Panel of the CP 2430
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(The chain is connected using the supplied
connector with screw terminals)
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The matrix displays which slaves on the AS-I cable are activated. The
CP 2430 can only exchange data with activated slaves. Each slave is
assigned a dot in the display that lights up if the slave is activated.
Defective or existing slaves that have not been configured are
indicated by the display flashing in the protected mode.
The display can be switched between channel A and B using the ‘DISPLAY’
switch.
The following statuses can be indicated by the displays for each channel:
RUN
1. LED lit continuously:
Indicates that the CP has started up correctly.
2. LED flashes
This indicates that the CP 2430 is waiting for synchronization by the S5 PLC
(HDB SYNCHRON). The RUN LED can only flash when the page mode is
activated for the particular channel (switch group S2, switch PM).
FAULT
1. LED lit continuously:
This indicates that the CP 2430 has detected a hardware fault. In this case,
the CP must be replaced.
2. LED lit while pressing the mode selector
This indicates that the CP cannot accept the mode change either because a
slave with address 0 exists or because the CP is not in the configuration
mode when you switch to SET CONFIG.
AUPRG
This indicates that automatic address programming of a slave is possible.
The automatic address programming makes it much easier to exchange a
defective slave on the AS-I cable.
If the AUPRG display is lit, this indicates that one configured slave does not
exist on the AS-I cable (for example, a station has failed).
If the AUPRG display is lit, you can replace the failed slave with an identical
slave with the address 0 (default address). The CP then automatically
reprograms the address 0 to the address of the failed slave.
S1 PF
S1 Power Fail. Indicates that the voltage supplied by the AS-I power unit on
the AS-I cable is too low or has failed.
CMOD
Configuration Mode. This displays the operating mode.
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Display on:
Configuration mode
Display off:
Protected mode
The configuration mode is only required when installing the CP 2430. In the
configuration mode, the CP 2430 activates all connected slaves and
exchanges data with them. For more information about the configuration
mode/protected mode, refer to Section 3.1.
CERR
Here, the CP 2430 indicates whether the slave configuration detected on
the AS-I cable matches the configuration stored on the CP (LPS). If they do
not match, the CERR display is lit
The CERR display is lit in the following situations:
¾
¾
¾
¾
When a configured AS-I slave does not exist on the AS-I cable (e.g.
fault on the slave).
When a slave exists on the AS-I cable but has not been configured.
When a connected slave has different configuration data (I/O
configuration, ID code) from those configured on the CP.
When the CP is in the offline phase.
Switch
SETC/CHGMOD
The switch is only required for configuring the CP 2430 in standard
operation. The switch is only activated in the STOP mode of the PLC and
has the following functions.
¾
Switch in CHGMOD position -> mode change
This position brings about a change between the configuration mode and
the protected mode. The mode is signaled by the "CMOD" indicator.
¾
Switch in SETC position -> automatic configuration.
If the CP is in the configuration mode (CMOD indicator on) and if the switch
is set to the SETC position, the CP is configured automatically.
Configuration then involves the following steps:
1. The existing slave configuration indicated by the “ACTIVE SLAVES”
LED is saved by the CP as the desired configuration (in non-volatile
memory).
2. The CP then switches over to the protected mode.
For more information on configuring the CP 2430, refer to Section. 3.1
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2.1.8 Types of Operation with the CP 2430
With the CP 2430 module, 2 types of operation are possible:
±
Standard operation (without function blocks).
±
Extended operation (with function blocks).
The difference between the two types of operation is as follows:
Standard Operation (mode 1)
In this type of operation, the CP 2430 operates as a conventional digital input/output module. For
each slave on the AS-I cable four input and four output bits are reserved in the process image of the
analog I/Os.
The input/output data are transferred to and from the slaves on the AS-I cable.
In standard operation, no commands or special parameters can be transferred to the slaves on the
AS-I cable. This type of operation corresponds to the profile M0 of the AS-I master specification.
Extended Operation (modes 2 and 3)
In extended operation, the PLC programmer has the complete range of functions available in the AS-I
system. In particular, the assignment of parameters to slaves with an integrated AS-I connection is
possible. This type of operation corresponds to the profile M1 of the AS-I master specification.
The handling blocks (HDBs) are required on the S5 PLC for extended operation. These handling
blocks are integrated in some of the S5 CPUs. For other S5 CPUs, the handling blocks can be
ordered separately.
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3. Standard Operation of the CP 2430 (Mode 1)
Standard operation represents the most common and at the same time simplest use of the CP 2430.
It allows direct access to the inputs and outputs of the slave (e.g. bus modules) just as with digital I/O
modules of the SIMATIC PLC. When the CP is supplied, this type of operation is already set, no
handling blocks are required.
3.1 Configuring the CP 2430 for Standard Operation
The CP 2430 is capable of two operating modes, the configuration mode and the protected mode.
When the CP 2430 is delivered, the configuration mode is set and this is signaled by the CMOD LED
being lit.
±
Configuration Mode:
The configuration mode is used to install and start up an AS-I network. In the configuration
mode, the CP 2430 can exchange data with every slave connected to the AS-I cable. Any
slaves that are added later are detected immediately by the master and included in the cyclic
data exchange. After testing the PLC program, the CP 2430 can be changed to the protected
mode using the switch on the front panel.
±
Protected Mode
If the CP 2430 is in the protected mode, it only exchanges data with slaves that are
“configured”. In this sense, “configured” means that the slave address saved on the CP and
the configuration data stored on the CP match the values of a slave.
Configuration of the CP 2430 during installation and start-up of the AS-I network.
The following situation is assumed:
±
The connected AS-I slaves are supplied with addresses (address programming device).
±
The AS-I bus is complete, i.e. with the AS-I power supply unit in operation.
To configure the CP 2430 in standard operation while installing the AS-I network, follow the steps
outlined below:
Switch the PLC to the STOP mode
Change the CP 2430 to the configuration mode (switch the mode selector to the bottom
position; the CMOD indicator lights up). If the CP is already in the configuration mode (as
supplied), this step can be omitted.
Switch the PLC to RUN and test your program.
Note:
In the configuration mode, you can add or remove slaves on the AS-I cable. Newly added
slaves are activated immediately by the CP 2430.
On completion of the installation of the AS-I slaves, switch the PLC to STOP
Now move the mode selector of the CP 2430 to the upper position. The CP adopts the
configuration displayed by the “ACTIVE SLAVES” display as the desired configuration and
switches to the protected mode.
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In the protected mode, the "CMOD" LED is switched off.
Switch the PLC to RUN. The installation of the CP is then completed.
Simplified Configuration
Once you are certain that all the slaves on the AS-I cable are functioning correctly (for example, after
a CP 2430 has been replaced), you can start up the CP 2430 as follows:
Switch the PLC to STOP.
Change the CP 2430 to the configuration mode (set the “SETC/CHGMD“ switch to the bottom
position, the CMOD indicator lights up). If the CP is already in the configuration mode (as
supplied), this step can be omitted.
Now move the “SETC/CHGMD“ switch on the CP 2430 to the upper position. The CP then
adopts the configuration displayed by the “ACTIVE SLAVES” indicator as the desired
configuration and then switches to the protected mode.
In the protected mode, the "CMOD" LED is switched off.
Switch the PLC to RUN. The installation CP is then completed.
The CERR indicator lights up briefly when the module changes to the protected mode.
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3.2 Addressing the CP 2430 in the PLC
In standard operation (Mode 1), the CP 2430 occupies 16 input and 16 output bytes in the I/O
address area of the S5 programmable logic controller for each activated channel. This means that a
maximum of 64 bytes can be occupied in the I/O address area per CP 2430. The start address of this
address area is selected using switches on the CP 2430, see Section 2.1.5.1.
3.3 How the PLC Addresses the Slaves on the AS-I Cable
Each station (slave) on the AS-I cable is assigned a nibble by the CP 2430. The PLC can write (slave
output data) and read (slave input data) this nibble. In this way, bidirectional slaves can also be
addressed.
Of the 32 byte address area of the CP 2430, 31x4 bits are occupied by the AS-I slave data of channel
A and 31x4 bits by the AS-I slave data of channel B. The remaining 2x4 bits are available for control
commands and status messages on channel A or channel B of the CP 2430 (control nibble/status
nibble).
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Assignment for channel A:
Byte number
Bit 7-4
Bit 3-0
n+0
Control/status nibble
Slave 1
n+1
Slave 2
Slave 3
n+2
Slave 4
Slave 5
n+3
Slave 6
Slave 7
n+4
Slave 8
Slave 9
n+5
Slave 10
Slave 11
n+6
Slave 12
Slave 13
n+7
Slave 14
Slave 15
n+8
Slave 16
Slave 17
n+9
Slave 18
Slave 19
n+10
Slave 20
Slave 21
n+11
Slave 22
Slave 23
n+12
Slave 24
Slave 25
n+13
Slave 26
Slave 27
n+14
Slave 28
Slave 29
n+15
Slave 30
Bit 3
Bit 3
| Bit 2
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Bit 3
| Bit 2
PLC I/O bits
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Slave bits
Slave 31
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Bit 3
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Assignment for channel B:
Byte number
Bit 7-4
Bit 3-0
n+16
Control/status nibble
Slave 1
n+17
Slave 2
Slave 3
n+18
Slave 4
Slave 5
n+19
Slave 6
Slave 7
n+20
Slave 8
Slave 9
n+21
Slave10
Slave 11
n+22
Slave 12
Slave 13
n+23
Slave 14
Slave 15
n+24
Slave 16
Slave 17
n+25
Slave 18
Slave 19
n+26
Slave 20
Slave 21
n+27
Slave 22
Slave 23
n+28
Slave 24
Slave 25
n+29
Slave 26
Slave 27
n+30
Slave 28
Slave 29
n+31
Slave 30
Bit 3
Bit 3
| Bit 2
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Bit 3
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Slave 31
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Bit 3
n: Selected base address
Table 3-1
| Bit 2
PLC I/O bits
Assignment of the CP 2430 Interface
3-4
| Bit 2
| Bit 1
| Bit 0
Slave bits
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Table 3-1 shows the assignment of the CP 2430 interface (n is the start address of the I/O address
area used by the CP 2430 which is set with switch group S2, see Section 2.1.5.1). The table shows
the assignment of slave I/O bits to the I/O bytes of the PLC.
Example of Assigning the Connections
If AS-I modules are used as slaves on the AS-I cable, each of the connections on the AS-I module
corresponds to exactly one bit in the PLC. The following example illustrates this assignment based on
two AS-I modules with addresses 2 and 3.
Slave 2
Slave 3
PLC bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Connection on AS-I module
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
Table 3-2
Assignment of the Connections on the AS-I Module
Explanation:
In this case, slave 2 corresponds to the AS-I module with address 2
slave 3 corresponds to the AS-I module with address 3.
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Example of how the PLC addresses a slave
The inputs and outputs of the AS-I slaves can be accessed just like standard modules of the digital
I/Os of the SIMATIC PLC. The following example illustrates this standard procedure:
Example: CP 2430 being used with start address n= 64
S ta rt
ad dress 64
64
65
S5 - 115/135/155U
Bit 3
S lave 2
Bit 3
Bit 2
66
Bit 3
Bit 2
79
Bit 3
Bit 2
7
6
Channel A
S la ve 1
C o ntro l/sta tus n ibble
Bit 1
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 0
S la ve 3
Bit 1
Bit 0
Bit 3
Bit 0
Bit 3
Bit 1
Bit 0
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit 1
Bit 0
S lave 4
Bit 1
Slave 3 0
80
Bit 2
Bit 2
S lave 5
Bit 2
S lave 31
S la ve 1
C o ntro l/sta tus n ibble
Bit 3
Bit 2
Channel B
95
Slave 3 0
S lave 31
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
I/O byte no .
I/O bit no.
AS-I slaves
Slave no.31
Channel B
Slave no. 2
C hannel A
Slave no. 3
Channel A
Slave no. 4
Channel A
I/O c od e = 9H
I/O c ode = EH
I/O c od e = 8 H
( A S-I m odule
I/O c o de = 0H
)
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
C o nn ec tion A S -I-m odule 1
Bit 3 Bit 2
Bit 1 Bit 0
Bit 3
Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1
Bit 0
C onn ec tion A S -I-m od ule 2
used as
output
used as
outp ut
used as
input
C on ne ction A S -I-m odule 3
used as
outp ut
C on nectio n A S-I-mo du le 4
used bidirectionally
Figure 3-1 Mapping of the Slave Addresses on the PLC Slots
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This arrangement results, for example, in the following I/O accesses if slave 2 and slave 4 are
monodirectional slaves and slave 3 is a bidirectional slave:
±
±
±
Slave 2, channel A
Bit 0
Bit 3
S Q 65.4
O I 65.7
Slave 3, channel A
Bit 2
Bit 2
A I 65.2
= Q 65.2
Slave 31, channel B
Bit 2
= Q 95.2
Each slave address is assigned four I/O bits in the address area of the PLC.
By setting the output bit of a slave, the corresponding output data of a slave are changed, by reading
the input bit, the input data of a slave are read indirectly. This is the same reaction as with a
conventional I/O module.
Access to the Control/Status Nibble
In addition to the I/O data, the CP 2430 also has a control/status nibble in the I/O data area that can
be written or read.
±
By writing this nibble, different CP 2430 modes can be selected.
±
By reading this nibble, status and error bits of the CP 2430 can be read.
What do you have to do? A quick checklist
The list below is a brief overview of the points to bear in mind when creating the program Cyclic
operation:
You program the control nibble in the start-up OB so that the required mode is set.
You scan the status nibble to make sure start-up was successful.
In the cyclic mode, you write and read the I/O bytes as usual.
In the cyclic mode, evaluate the status information (status nibble) to be able to react to an
error.
The exact significance of the control and status nibble is described on the following pages.
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Status Nibble (Reading)
When reading the control/status nibble, you obtain status information from the CP 2430.
Bit 7
Meaning
Table 3-3
Bit 6
Bit 5
0 = Voltage on the
0 = No error
AS-I cable OK
1 = Configuration
1 = An ASI Power
error
Fail has occurred.
The data are invalid
Bit 4
0 = CP startup active 0 = CP in protected
mode
1 = CP startup
completed
1=CP in
configuration mode
Assignment of the Status Nibble
Bit 7 "ASI Power Fail"
This bit indicates whether or not the power supply on the AS-I cable is OK,
too low or has failed completely.
If the voltage is incorrect or has failed the input data of all slaves are
set to 0.
Bit 6 "Config Error"
This bit indicates whether the configuration saved on the master matches
the configuration of the slaves connected to the AS-I cable.
If the configurations do not match, the input data of missing or failed
slaves are set to 0.
Bit 5 "Startup Bit"
This bit indicates to the PLC whether or not the CP 2430 has completed its
startup and internal initialization. This bit must be tested by the PLC during
startup for the actual PLC program can be started.
Bit 4 "Mode"
This bit indicates whether the CP 2430 is in the configuration mode or in the
protected mode. This bit can, for example, be used to configure the CP
2430 (see example program).
Example:
If the CP 2430 has the start address 32 and if the actual user program is contained in PB3, the user
program can be started following the CP startup using the following statements:
.
.
:A
:JC
.
.
I 32.5
PB 3
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Control Nibble (Writing)
Using the control nibble, two different modes can be set for the CP 2430.
The control nibble is set by the user.
Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Meaning
0
0
0
0
Standard operation
0
0
0
1
Timeout mode
Example:
With the statements
:AN
:S
Q
Q
64.4
64.4
the timeout mode is set on a CP 2430 with start address 64.
When the timeout mode is set in the CP 2430 protected mode, a timeout is indicated when the PLC
accesses the I/O area on the module and when there is a configuration error at the same time. A
timeout is also indicated when the voltage on the AS-I cable is too low (ASI Power Fail).
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4. Extended Operation (HDB Mode) of the CP 2430
(Modes 2 and 3)
For modes 2 and 3 (extended mode) the standard handling blocks (HDBs) are required on the S5
programmable logic controller. This section explains which extra functions are available compared
with the standard mode when operating the CP 2430 with handling blocks.
4.1 Introduction
As an introduction to the following sections, the following aspects are explained:
±
The differences between the types of operation in the HDB mode.
±
How the CP 2430 is configured for the HDB mode.
Please remember that the channels A and B of the CP 2430 operate completely independently of
each other. This means that different modes can be set for channels A and B. The setting of the
modes for the individual channels is described in Section 2.1.5.2. The HDB mode of the CP 2430 is
only possible when the CP 2430 is plugged into a CP slot, see Section 2.1.6.
4.1.1 HDB Mode Combined With the I/O Mode (Mode 2)
I/O Data of the AS-I Slaves
In mode 2, the data exchange (input and output data) with the AS-I slaves is just as in the standard
mode using the input and output area of the SIMATIC PLC (I/O data). The CP 2430 behaves in this
case just like a digital input or output module. The I/O interface is described in Chapter 3 (standard
mode).
Command Calls
Command calls to the CP 2430 from the S5 program use standard handling blocks (HDBs). With
these command calls, the CP 2430 supports the complete range of functions in the actuator-sensor
interface specification /2/ (to be more precise, all the functions marked as “mandatory” in the M1
profile are supported). These command calls, for example, allow a slave to be assigned parameters
or a slave address to be modified.
Commands are sent to the CPU by calling the SEND handling block with job number (ANR) 202. If
return values are required from the CP 2430, these are made available to the S5 program by means
of a RECEIVE handling block call with ANR 202.
The channels A and B of the CP 2430 operate independent of each other. They are
distinguished in the SEND and RECEIVE handling block calls by different interface numbers
(SSNR).
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PLC
Command
calls
SEND with
ANR 202
RECEIVE with
ANR 202
CP2430
Return values
for command calls
Output data
(e.g. PIQ)
A/B
Output data
ASI slaves
Input data
ASI slaves
S INE C002
Input data
(e.g. PII)
ASI connection
Figure 4-1 CP 2430 Interface to the S5 Program in the Combined I/O and HDB Mode (Mode 2)
4.1.2 Simple HDB Mode of the CP 2430 (Mode 3)
I/O Data of the AS-I Slaves
In mode 3, in contrast to mode 2, the input and output data for the AS-I slaves are also transferred
from the S5 PLC to the CP 2430 and vice-versa using handling block calls.
The transfer of the output data of the AS-I slaves from the S5 PLC to the CP 2430 makes use of a
SEND call with job number (ANR) 200.
The input data of the AS-I slaves can be read by the S5 PLC using a RECEIVE call with ANR 201.
The channels A and B of the CP 2430 operate independent of each other. They are
distinguished in the SEND and RECEIVE handling block calls by different interface numbers
(SSNR).
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Command Calls
As in mode 2, the command calls to the CP 2430 make use of a SEND call with ANR 202. When
return values are expected from the CP 2430, they can be read using a RECEIVE job with ANR 202.
PLC
R E C E IV E w ith
A N R 2 02
S E N D w ith
A NR 200
R E C EIVE w ith
A NR 201
C om m a n d calls
R eturn va lu es
for co m m an d ca lls
CP2430
A S I c on n e c tio n
A /B
O u tp u t d a ta
A S I slave s
Inp u t d ata
A S I sla ve s
SINEC 001
SE N D w ith
A N R 202
Figure 4-2 CP 2430 Interface to the S5 Program in the Simple HDB Mode (Mode 3)
4.1.3 Configuring the CP 2430 in the HDB Mode
When configuring the CP 2430 in modes 2 and 3, there are two alternatives:
±
The CP 2430 can be configured using the control switches as in the standard mode, see
Section 3.1.
±
As an alternative, a CP 2430 channel can be configured by the S5 user program by
transferring the configuration data to the CP 2430 from a data block using a SEND call with
ANR 202. For more information about the exact procedure, refer to the description of the
example program on the diskette accompanying the manual.
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4.2 Using Handling Blocks (HDBs)
Apart from the I/O interface for each channel (A or B) the CP 2430 also has a page interface. Each of
these interfaces is identified by the interface number (SSNR). Access to these interfaces is possible
using the handling blocks.
4.2.1 Handling Blocks as a Program Interface
The STEP 5 user program can access the page interfaces of the CP 2430 using the following
handling blocks (HDBs):
±
SEND HDB
This is used to transfer commands or output data (mode 3) from the S5 PLC to the CP.
±
RECEIVE HDB
This block is used to transfer return values from the CP 2430 to the S5 program. (Data in
response to a command or input data of the AS-I slaves in mode 3).
±
CONTROL HDB
This block is used to update the status word of a job sent to the CP 2430. This allows the
status of a job sent to the CP to be read.
±
SYNCHRON HDB
The SYNCHRON block of the CP 2430 is used for startup synchronization of the CP 2430 in
the extended mode.
No further handling blocks are required to operate the CP 2430.
The handling blocks are available in special function blocks of the SIMATIC S5 PLC. The assignment
of handling block to function block number can be seen in the following table:
PLC S5-115U
S5-135U/155U
CPU:
CPU:
CPU:
941, 942, 943
922, 928, 948
946/47
HDB
944, 945
SEND
FB244
FB120
FB120
RECEIVE
FB245
FB121
FB121
CONTROL
FB247
FB123
FB123
SYNCHRON
FB249
FB125
FB125
Table 4-1 Handling Blocks and Their FB Numbers
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For more detailed information about the handling blocks of the individual SIMATIC S5
PLCs, please refer to the descriptions of the programmable logic controllers in question
or /4/.
4.2.2 Supplying the HDBs with Parameters
SYNC H RO N
C O N TR O L
SSNR
B LG R P A F E
SSNR
A -N R
AN ZW PAFE
SEND
R E C E IV E
SSNR
A -N R
A N ZW
Q TYP
DBNR
QANF
Q LAE PAFE
SSNR
A -N R
AN ZW
Q TYP
DBNR
Q ANF
Q LA E P A F E
SIN EC _0 08
The HDBs must be supplied with the following interface parameters:
Figure 4-3 Interface Parameters of the HDBs
SSNR
The CP 2430 has separate interface numbers for channel A and channel B. The interface number
decides which CP the HDB call is intended for and in the case of the CP 2430 whether an HDB call is
intended for channel A or channel B of the CP. The interface number (page address) of channel A is
set on the module using the switch group S4. The interface number for channel B is the next higher
interface number. If, for example, SSNR 80 is set for channel A, channel B then has SSNR 81; see
Section 2.1.5.3.
Example:
SSNR : KY 0 , 52
The number 52 specifies that the HDB call is for CP interface (page) 52.
A-NR
The job number specifies how the particular channel on the CP 2430 interprets the HDB call sent to it.
A-NR 202 is used on the CP 2430 to transfer command jobs. A-NR 200 and A-NR 201 are used to
transfer I/O data in mode 3. No further job numbers are used on the CP 2430.
Example:
A-NR : KY 0 , 202
The number 202 indicates to the CP that the HDB call is a command job.
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ANZW
The status word contains the status of the jobs sent to the CP 2430. ANZW occupies two words in
the S5 program. In the first word, the HDBs enter status information about the job. The next (second)
word contains the number of data transferred to or from the CP 2430. A separate ANZW should be
assigned in the user program for each SSNR/A-NR combination. For SEND (A-NR 202) and
RECEIVE (A-NR 202) the same ANZW is used per channel. The structure of ANZW is explained in
the appendix.
Example:
ANZW : FW 10
The status of the specified job number is entered in flag bytes 10 and 11,
FW12 contains the transferred (byte) length.
BLGR
The field size is only specified with the SYNCHRON HDB and has no significance for the CP 2430.
The CP 2430 operates with a fixed field size of 64 bytes.
Example:
BLGR : KY 0 , 0
The entry for BLGR has no significance for the CP 2430.
QTYP, DBNR, QANF, QLAE
These four block parameters determine the source of the data, in other words which data and how
many data are transferred with a SEND call to the CP 2430.
Example:
QTYP :
DBNR :
QANF :
QLAE :
KS DB
KY 0 , 10
KF +4
KF +8
The SEND block transfers a total of 8 data words to the CP 2430 from
data block DB 10 starting at word 4.
ZTYP, DBNR, ZANF, ZLAE
These four block parameters determine the destination of the data, in other words which data and
how many data are transferred with a receive call to the CP 2430.
Example:
ZTYP : KS DB
DBNR : KY 0 , 11
ZANF : KF +13
ZLAE : KF -1
The RECEIVE enters the data fetched from the CP 2430 in DB 11 starting at
word 13. ZLAE = -1 instructs the HDB to transfer as much data as is
provided by the CP 2430. On completion of the data exchange, the
transferred byte length is entered in the second word of ANZW.
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PAFE
The parameter assignment error byte signals errors recognized by the HDB itself. The meaning of the
PAFE byte is explained in the appendix.
Example:
PAFE : FY 20
Errors detected by the HDB are entered in FY 20. The flag 20.1 (=1)
indicates that an error has been detected.
The diskette accompanying the manual contains example programs illustrating the use
of the handling blocks on the CP 2430.
4.2.3 Startup Synchronization in the HDB Mode
In the extended mode of the CP 2430, the SYNCRON block must be called in all PLC reset modes
for each interface of the CP 2430 for which the extended mode is set. This synchronizes the
interface with the programmable logic controller. The CP 2430 sets a field size of 64 bytes regardless
of the value selected for the BLGR parameter in the HDB.
When the S5 PLC starts up, the AS-I slaves connected to the AS-I cable are reset and assigned new
parameters (transition online - offline - online). Once the SYNCHRON block has run, the CP 2430 is
once again ready for operation.
While the S5 PLC is in the STOP mode, the CP 2430 switches the outputs of the slave to 0.
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4.3 Interface for AS-I Commands (Modes 2/3)
The following sections describe the AS-I command calls that can be sent by the S5 PLC to the CP
2430. Using these command calls, the CP 2430 makes available the entire functions of the master
profile M1 of the AS-I master specification /2/. Using command calls, the CP 2430 can also be
configured completely by the S5 PLC.
Command calls are sent using a SEND call with job number 202. By reading the status word of the
SEND call, the program can check whether or not the job was executed free of errors. If an error
occurs, the status word contains an error ID. The meaning of the error IDs is explained in the
appendix.
In the following command descriptions, it is assumed that data blocks are being used both as the
data source of the SEND (QTYP) and the data destination of the RECEIVE (ZTYP).
The type of command is specified by the data block entry (job DB) whose content is transferred to the
CP 2430 with the SEND job. The following sections illustrate which data block entries are required for
the particular calls.
The commands require return values, these return values can be fetched from the CP 2430 on
completion of the SEND job using a RECEIVE call with job number 202. The structure of the return
values entered in a data block by the handling block is specified in the job itself.
Conventions used for representing the command field of the SEND DB:
The relevant fields are on a white background, gray shaded fields are irrelevant.
Fields to be completed
Irrelevant field
The entry for a command must be entered in the job DB starting at the data word specified by the
QANF parameter of the SEND HDB. The QLAE parameter contains the number of data words
required for a command with the SEND HDB call. The required number of data words is specified in
the particular command calls.
Conventions used for representing the command word data in the data block of the RECEIVE
HDB:
The relevant fields are on a white background, gray shaded fields are irrelevant.
Return field
Irrelevant field
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4.3.1 Overview of the Commands Supported by the CP 2430
For more detailed information about using the jobs, refer to the descriptions of the individual jobs in
the ‘SINEC S1/AS-I Introduction and Basic Information’ manual, the PICS appendix and the detailed
descriptions in /1/ and /2/0.
The following table contains and overview of the commands available:
Name / Chapter
Parameter
Data Returned
Code:
Set_Permanent_Parameter / 4.3.1.1
Slave address,
parameter
Get_Permanent_Parameter / 4.3.1.2
Slave address Parameter
01H
Write_Parameter / 4.3.1.3
Slave address, Parameter echo
(optional)
parameter
02H
Read_Parameter / 4.3.1.4
Slave address Parameter value
03H
Store_Actual_Values / 4.3.1.5
None
04H
Set_Permanent_Configuration / 4.3.1.6
Slave address,
configuration
05H
00H
Get_Permanent_Configuration / 4.3.1.7
Slave address Desired configuration data
06H
Store_Actual_Configuration / 4.3.1.8
None
07H
Read_Actual_Configuration_Data /
4.3.1.9
Slave address Actual configuration data
08H
Set_LPS / 4.3.1.10
LPS
09H
Set_Offline_Mode / 4.3.1.11
Mode
0AH
Select_Autoprgramming / 4.3.1.12
Mode
0BH
Set_Operation_Mode / 4.3.1.13
Mode
0CH
Change_Slave_Address / 4.3.1.14
Address 1,
address 2
0DH
Read_Slave_Status / 4.3.1.15
Slave address Error record of the slave
0FH
Read Lists and Flags / 4.3.1.16
None
LES,LAS,LPS,flags
10H
Actual configuration data,
current parameters
LAS, flags
19H
Read_Total_Configuration / 4.3.1.17
Configuring the Total System / 4.3.1.18
Total
configuration
1AH
Write Parameter List / 4.3.1.19
List of
parameters
1CH
Read Parameter Echo List / 4.3.1.20
None
Parameter echo list
13H
Read Version ID / 4.3.1.21
None
Version string
14H
Slave Diagnostics / 4.3.1.22
Slave address Error counter of the slaves
Read Slave Status and Delete / 4.3.1.23 Slave address Error record of the slave
15H
16H
Read Slave ID / 4.3.1.24
Slave address ID code
17H
Read Slave I/O / 4.3.1.25
Slave address I/O configuration
18H
Read S1 Diagnostic Data / 4.3.1.26
Table 4-2
List of slaves with different
configurations
Overview of the Command Jobs
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4.3.1.1 Set_Permanent_Parameter
Meaning
With this call, a parameter value for the specified slave is transferred to the CP 2430. The value is
saved as a configured value in non-volatile memory.
The parameter is not transferred to the slave by the CP 2430 immediately. The parameter value is
only transferred after a power up on the PLC when the slave is activated.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
KH:
0H
0H
KH:
0
Parameter
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 2
4-10
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4.3.1.2 Get_Permanent_Parameter
Meaning
With this call, a slave-specific parameter value in the EEPROM of the CP 2430 is read.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0H
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
1H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0H
Bit 11
Bit 8
Parameter
4-11
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
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4.3.1.3 Write_Parameter
Meaning
With this call, a parameter value is transferred and is sent directly via the AS-I bus to the addressed
slave. The parameter is stored in temporary storage.
In the response, the slave returns the current parameter value. This can deviate from the values just
written according to the AS-I master specification (/2/). The slave response is entered in the
parameter echo field.
The RECEIVE job for “fetching” the parameter echo is optional. Normally the parameter echo is not
evaluated in the S5 program.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
KH:
0H
2H
KH:
0
Parameter
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 2
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0
Bit 11
Bit 8
Parameter echo
4-12
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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4.3.1.4 Read_Parameter
Meaning
With this call, the current parameter value (actual parameter) of a slave is returned.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0H
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
03 H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0H
Bit 11
Bit 8
Parameter
4-13
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
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4.3.1.5 Store_Actual_Parameters
Meaning
With this call, the configured parameters in permanent storage are overwritten by the actual
parameters, in other words the parameters are reconfigured.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
0H
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
4H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
4-14
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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4.3.1.6 Set_Permanent_Configuration
Meaning
With this call, the I/O configuration data and the ID code for the addressed AS-I slave are configured.
The data are stored permanently on the AS-I master module.
When executing this command, the CP changes to the offline phase and then switches
to the normal mode (cold restart on the CP).
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
KH:
0H
5H
KH:
ID code
I/O configuration
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 2
4-15
Bit 0
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4.3.1.7 Get_Permanent_Configuration
Meaning
With this call, the desired configuration data stored in the EEPROM (I/O configuration data and the ID
codes) of an addressed slave are returned.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
0H
Bit 8
Bit 7
6H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
ID code
Bit 11
Bit 8
I/O configuration
4-16
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
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4.3.1.8 Store_Actual_Configuration
Meaning
With this call, the actual I/O configuration data and actual ID codes of all slaves are saved
permanently in the EEPROM as the desired configuration data. The list of active slaves (LAS) is also
entered in the list of configured slaves (LPS).
When executing this command, the CP changes to the offline phase and then switches
to the normal mode (cold restart on the CP).
This call is not executed in the protected mode.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
0H
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
7H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
4-17
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
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4.3.1.9 Read Actual Configuration Data
With this call, the actual I/O configuration data and actual ID codes of an addressed slave detected
on the AS-I are returned.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0H
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
8H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
ID code
Bit 11
Bit 8
I/O configuration
4-18
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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4.3.1.10 Set_LPS
Meaning
With this call, the list of configured slaves is transferred for permanent storage in the EEPROM.
When executing this command, the CP changes to the offline phase and then switches
to the normal mode (cold restart on the CP).
This call is not executed in the protected mode.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
KH:
0H
9H
KH:
LPS slave 0..3
0 | 1 | 2 | 3
LPS slave 4..7
4 | 5 | 6 | 7
LPS slave 8..11
8 | 9 | 10 | 11
LPS slave 12..15
12 | 13 | 14 | 15
KH:
LPS slave 16..19
LPS slave 20..23
LPS slave 24..27
LPS slave 28..31
Number of data words (QLAE): 3
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4.3.1.11 Set_Offline_Mode
Meaning
This call switches between the online and offline mode.
The OFFLINE bit is not permanently stored, i.e. during the startup/restart the bit is set to ONLINE
again.
In the offline mode, the CP only processes jobs from the user. There is no cyclic data exchange.
The online mode is the normal situation with the AS-I master. Here, the following jobs are processed
cyclically:
• During the data exchange phase, the fields of the output data are transferred to the slave
outputs for all slaves in the LAS. The addressed slaves transfer the values of the slave
inputs to the master when the transfer was free of errors.
• This is followed by the inclusion phase in which there is a search for the slaves connected
to the AS-I and newly added slaves are entered in the LDS or LAS.
• In the management phase, jobs from the user such as writing parameters are executed.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
0H
Bit 8
AH
Bit 7
Bit 4
0H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
4-20
Bit 3
Bit 0
Mode (0=online
1=offline)
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4.3.1.12 Select Autoprogramming
Meaning
With this call, the automatic address programming function can be enabled or disabled.
The AUTOADDRESS_ENABLE bit is stored permanently.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
0H
Bit 8
BH
Bit 7
Bit 4
0H
Bit 3
Bit 0
Mode
(1=Autoprog allowed
0=Autoprog
disabled)
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Changing the AUTOADDRESS_ENABLE bit from 1 to 0 is effective immediately,
changing the bit from 0 to 1 is only effective after the CP 2430 has changed to OFFLINE.
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4.3.1.13 Set_Operation_Mode
With this call, you can select between the configuration mode and the protected mode.
In the protected mode, only slaves marked in the LPS and whose desired and actual configuration
match are activated, in other words if the I/O configuration and the identification codes of the slaves
in the LDS are identical to those of the configured values.
In the configuration mode, all detected slaves (except slave address “0”) are activated. This also
applies to slaves for which there is a difference between the desired and actual configuration. The
OPERATION MODE bit is saved permanently in the EEPROM, i.e. it is retained following a startup/warm restart.
When changing from the configuration mode to the protected mode, the CP is restarted (transition to
the offline phase followed by switchover to the online mode)
If the address 0 is entered in the LDS for a slave, the CP cannot switch from the configuration mode
to the protected mode.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
0H
Bit 8
CH
Bit 7
Bit 4
0H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
4-22
Bit 3
Bit 0
Mode
(0=protected mode
1=configuration
mode)
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4.3.1.14 Change_Slave_Address
Meaning
With this call, the slave address can be changed.
This call is mainly used to add a new AS-I slave with the default address 0 to the SINEC S1 system.
In this case the address is changed from the old slave address (0) to the new slave address.
This change can only be made when the following conditions are fulfilled:
1. A slave with the old slave address exists.
2. If the old slave address is not equal to 0, then a slave with address 0 cannot be connected
at the same time.
3. The new slave address must have a valid value.
4. No slave with the new slave address must already exist.
Note: When changing the slave address, the slave is not reset, in other words the output data of the
slave are retained until new data arrive for the new address.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
0H
Bit 8
DH
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
old slave address
new slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 2
4-23
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4.3.1.15 Read Slave Statun
Meaning
With this call, the status register of the addressed slave can be read out. The flags of the status
register have the following significance:
S0
“Address volatile”
This flag is set
- when the internal slave routine for permanent storage of the slave address is
active. This can take up to 15 ms and must not be interrupted by a further
addressing call.
- when the internal slave address comparison recognizes that the stored address is
not the same as the entry in the address register.
S1
“Parity error detected”
This flag is set when the slave has recognized a parity error in a received frame
since the last “read and delete status” job.
S2
“End bit error detected”
This flag is set when the slave has recognized an end bit error in a received frame
since the last “read and delete status” job.
S3
“Read error non-volatile memory”
This flag is set when a read error has occurred when reading the non-volatile
memory.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
0
Bit 8
Bit 7
F
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0
Bit 11
Bit 8
Slave status
S3 | S2 | S1 | S0
4-24
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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4.3.1.16 Read Lists and Flags
(Get_LPS, Get_LAS, Get_LDS, Get_Flags)
Meaning
With this call, the following entries are read out of the AS-I master CP:
• the list of configured slaves
• the list of active slaves LAS
• the list of detected slaves LDS
• the flags according to the AS-I specification
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
0H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 3
Bit 0
LAS slave 0..3
LAS slave 4..7
LAS slave 8..11
LAS slave 12..15
LAS slave 16..19
LAS slave 20..23
LAS slave 24..27
LAS slave 28..31
LDS slave 0..3
LDS slave 4..7
LDS slave 8..11
LDS slave 12..15
LDS slave 16..19
LDS slave 20..23
LDS slave 24..27
LDS slave 28..31
LPS slave 0..3
LPS slave 4..7
LPS slave 8..11
LPS slave 12..15
LPS slave 16..19
LPS slave 20..23
LPS slave 24..27
LPS slave 28..31
Flag1
Flag 1:
Name
Flag2
Flag 2:
Bit number
Name
Bit number
OFFLINE_READY
8
OFFLINE
0
APF
9
RESERVED
1
NORMAL_MODE
10
EEPROM_OK
2
CONFIG_MODE
11
AUT_ADDR_ENABLE
3
AUTO_ADDR_AVAIL
12
RESERVED
4
AUTO_ADDR_ASSIGN 13
RESERVED
5
LES_0
14
RESERVED
6
CONFIG_OK
15
RESERVED
7
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Meaning of the flags
OFFLINE_READY
The flag is set when the offline phase is active.
APF
This flag is set when the voltage on the AS-I cable is too low.
NORMAL_MODE
This flag is set when the CP is in the normal mode.
CONFIG_MODE
The flag is set in the configuration mode and reset in the protected mode.
AUTO_ADDR_AVAIL
This flag is set when the automatic address programming can be executed
(in other words exactly one slave is currently out of operation).
AUTO_ADDR_ASSIGN This flag is set when the automatic address programming is possible (in
other words AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE = 1 and there is or was no “incorrect”
slave connected to the AS-I cable.
LES_0
This flag is set when a slave exists with address 0.
CONFIG_OK
This flag is set when the desired (configured) and actual configuration
match.
OFFLINE
This flag is set when the CP is to change to the OFFLINE mode or is
already in this mode.
EEPROM_OK
This flag is set when the test of the internal EEPROM did not detect any
errors.
AUTO_ADDR_ENABLE This flag indicates whether the automatic address programming is enabled
or disabled by the user (can be set with an HDB call).
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4.3.1.17 Read Total Configuration
Meaning
With this command, the following data are read from the CP:
• The list of active slaves (LAS). This indicates which of the connected slaves are activated.
• The current configuration data of the connected slaves (I/O configuration and ID code),
• The current parameters of the slaves (actual parameters).
• The current flags.
This command can, for example, be used to find out the configuration of the stations connected to the
SINEC S1 cable after installation. The configuration data that are read in can, if necessary, be
modified and saved as the desired configuration on the CP 2430 using the command “configure total
system” (see Section 4.3.1.18).
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
9H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
4-27
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
LAS slave 0..3
LAS slave 4..7
LAS slave 8..11
LAS slave 12..15
LAS slave 16..19
LAS slave 20..23
LAS slave 24..27
LAS slave 28..31
ID code slave 0
I/O conf. slave 0
ID code slave 1
I/O conf. slave 1
ID code slave 2
I/O conf. slave 2
ID code slave 3
I/O conf. slave 3
ID code slave 4
I/O conf. slave 4
ID code slave 5
I/O conf. slave 5
ID code slave 6
I/O conf. slave 6
ID code slave 7
I/O conf. slave 7
ID code slave 8
I/O conf. slave 8
ID code slave 9
I/O conf. slave 9
ID code slave 10
I/O conf. slave 10
ID code slave 11
I/O conf. slave 11
ID code slave 12
I/O conf. slave 12
ID code slave 13
I/O conf. slave 13
ID code slave 14
I/O conf. slave 14
ID code slave 15
I/O conf. slave 15
ID code slave 16
I/O conf. slave 16
ID code slave 17
I/O conf. slave 17
ID code slave 18
I/O conf. slave 18
ID code slave 19
I/O conf. slave 19
ID code slave 20
I/O conf. slave 20
ID code slave 21
I/O conf. slave 21
ID code slave 22
I/O conf. slave 22
ID code slave 23
I/O conf. slave 23
ID code slave 24
I/O conf. slave 24
ID code slave 25
I/O conf. slave 25
ID code slave 26
I/O conf. slave 26
ID code slave 27
I/O conf. slave 27
ID code slave 28
I/O conf. slave 28
ID code slave 29
I/O conf. slave 29
ID code slave 30
I/O conf. slave 30
ID code slave 31
I/O conf. slave 31
Parameter slave 1
Parameter slave 2
Parameter slave 3
Parameter slave 4
Parameter slave 5
Parameter slave 6
Parameter slave 7
Parameter slave 8
Parameter slave 9
Parameter slave 10
Parameter slave 11
Parameter slave 12
Parameter slave 13
Parameter slave 14
Parameter slave 15
Parameter slave 16
Parameter slave 17
Parameter slave 18
Parameter slave 19
Parameter slave 20
Parameter slave 21
Parameter slave 22
Parameter slave 23
Parameter slave 24
Parameter slave 25
Parameter slave 26
Parameter slave 27
Parameter slave 28
Parameter slave 29
Parameter slave 30
Parameter slave 31
Flag 1
Flag2
Flag 1
Flag 2
Name
OFFLINE_READY
Bit number
0
Name
OFFLINE
Bit number
0
APF
1
RESERVED
1
NORMAL_MODE
2
EEPROM_OK
2
CONFIG_MODE
3
AUTO_ADDR_EN
3
AUTO_PROG_AVAIL
4
RESERVED
4
AUTO_PROG
5
RESERVED
5
LES_0
6
RESERVED
6
CONFIG_OK
7
RESERVED
7
The meaning of the flags is the same as for the read lists and flags job(Get_LPS, Get_LAS,
Get_LDS, Get_Flags), see Section 4.3.1.16.
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4.3.1.18 Configuring the Total System
Meaning
With this call, the desired total configuration is transferred to the CP 2430 and saved on the CP 2430
as the desired configuration. This configures the CP 2430.
The following data are transferred:
• The list of configured slaves specifying the slaves that can be activated by the CP 2430 in the
protected mode.
• The list of configuration data specifying the ID codes and I/O configurations the slaves must have.
• The list of parameters saved in non-volatile memory on the CP. This is transferred to the slaves
during the start up of the CP 2430.
• The flags that determine the mode of the CP 2430 after start up (in other words after the CP 2430
has been synchronized).
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
1
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
A
LPS slave 0..3
LPS slave 4..7
LPS slave 8..11
LPS slave 12..15
LPS slave 16..19
LPS slave 20..23
LPS slave 24..27
LPS slave 28..31
ID code slave 0
I/O conf. slave 0
ID code slave 1
I/O conf. slave 1
ID code slave 2
I/O conf. slave 2
ID code slave 3
I/O conf. slave 3
ID code slave 4
I/O conf. slave 4
ID code slave 5
I/O conf. slave 5
ID code slave 6
I/O conf. slave 6
ID code slave 7
I/O conf. slave 7
ID code slave 8
I/O conf. slave 8
ID code slave 9
I/O conf. slave 9
ID code slave 10
I/O conf. slave 10
ID code slave 11
I/O conf. slave 11
ID code slave 12
I/O conf. slave 12
ID code slave 13
I/O conf. slave 13
ID code slave 14
I/O conf. slave 14
ID code slave 15
I/O conf. slave 15
ID code slave 16
I/O conf. slave 16
ID code slave 17
I/O conf. slave 17
ID code slave 18
I/O conf. slave 18
ID code slave 19
I/O conf. slave 19
ID code slave 20
I/O conf. slave 20
ID code slave 21
I/O conf. slave 21
ID code slave 22
I/O conf. slave 22
ID code slave 23
I/O conf. slave 23
ID code slave 24
I/O conf. slave 24
ID code slave 25
I/O conf. slave 25
ID code slave 26
I/O conf. slave 26
ID code slave 27
I/O conf. slave 27
ID code slave 28
I/O conf. slave 28
ID code slave 29
I/O conf. slave 29
ID code slave 30
I/O conf. slave 30
ID code slave 31
I/O conf. slave 31
Parameters slave 1
Parameters slave 2
Parameters slave 3
Parameters slave 5
Parameters slave 6
Parameters slave 7
Parameters slave 4
Parameters slave 8
Parameters slave 9
Parameters slave 10
Parameters slave 11
Parameters slave 12
Parameters slave 13
Parameters slave 14
Parameters slave 15
Parameters slave 16
Parameters slave 17
Parameters slave 18
Parameters slave 19
Parameters slave 20
Parameters slave 21
Parameters slave 22
Parameters slave 23
Parameters slave 24
Parameters slave 25
Parameters slave 26
Parameters slave 27
Parameters slave 28
Parameters slave 29
Parameters slave 30
Parameters slave 31
Flag 1
Flag 2
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Flag 1
Flag 2
Name
OFFLINE_READY
Bit number
0
Name
OFFLINE
Bit number
0
APF
1
RESERVED
1
NORMAL_MODE
2
EEPROM_OK
2
CONFIG_MODE
3
AUTO_ADDR_EN
3
AUTO_PROG_AVAIL
4
RESERVED
4
AUTO_PROG
5
RESERVED
5
LES_0
6
RESERVED
6
CONFIG_OK
7
RESERVED
7
Number of data words (QLAE): 28
The value of the gray shaded flags can change the mode of the CP 2430:
CONFIG_MODE
The entry ‘0’ means that the CP 2430 starts up in the protected mode after
synchronization. The entry ‘1’ means that the CP starts up in the
configuration mode.
AUTO_ADDR_EN
‘0’ means that the automatic address programming is disabled, ‘1’ means
that the automatic address programming is enabled.
The values of the other flags are irrelevant for the “configure total system” command.
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4.3.1.19 Write Parameter List
Meaning
With this command, the parameters for all slaves are transferred to the CP 2430. The CP 2430
transfers only the parameters that have changed to the slaves, in other words that deviate from the
current actual parameters.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
CH
Parameter slave 1
Parameter slave 2
Parameter slave 4
Parameter slave 5
Parameter slave 6
Parameter slave 7
Parameter slave 8
Parameter slave 9
Parameter slave 10
Parameter slave 11
Parameter slave 12
Parameter slave 13
Parameter slave 14
Parameter slave 15
Parameter slave 16
Parameter slave 17
Parameter slave 18
Parameter slave 19
Parameter slave 20
Parameter slave 21
Parameter slave 22
Parameter slave 23
Parameter slave 24
Parameter slave 25
Parameter slave 26
Parameter slave 27
Parameter slave 28
Parameter slave 29
Parameter slave 30
Parameter slave 31
Number of data words (QLAE): 9
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4.3.1.20 Read Parameter Echo List
Meaning
This call takes into account possible future extensions of the AS-I function.
When the parameters are transferred to the slave, they return “echo values” as the response. The
read parameter echo list call reads out the echo values of all slaves.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
3H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
KH:
Bit 11
Par.echo slave 1
Par.echo slave 2
Par.echo slave 3
KH:
Par.echo slave 4
Par.echo slave 5
Par.echo slave 6
Par.echo slave 7
KH:
Par.echo slave 8
Par.echo slave 9
Par.echo slave 10
Par.echo slave 11
KH:
Par.echo slave 12
Par.echo slave 13
Par.echo slave 14
Par.echo slave 15
KH:
Par.echo slave 16
Par.echo slave 17
Par.echo slave 18
Par.echo slave 19
KH:
Par.echo slave 20
Par.echo slave 21
Par.echo slave 22
Par.echo slave 23
KH:
Par.echo slave 24
Par.echo slave 25
Par.echo slave 26
Par.echo slave 27
KH:
Par.echo slave 28
Par.echo slave 29
Par.echo slave 30
Par.echo slave 31
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4.3.1.21 Read Version ID
Meaning
With this call, the version ID of the AS-I master software is read out.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
4H
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
The reply of the CP contains the name and the firmware version number of the CP in the form shown
below:
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8 Bit 7
Bit 4 Bit 3
KS:
S
i
KS:
e
m
KS:
e
n
KS:
s
KS:
A
G
KS:
KS:
C
KS:
P
KS:
2
4
KS:
3
0
KS:
KS:
KS:
V
KS:
x
.
KS:
y
y
x.yy stands for the current version number.
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4.3.1.22 Slave Diagnostics
Meaning
This command returns the number of AS-I errors that occurred in conjunction with a slave. With this
call, the error counter is then deleted.
The value of the error counter is incremented in the following situations:
±
When a slave does not reply correctly during the data exchange phase despite repeating the
master frame (i.e. missing or incorrect slave frame).
±
With slaves that have not been activated, the error counter is incremented when a slave has
already been detected (i.e. it exists in the LDS) but then no longer correctly replies.
The error counter is incremented to a maximum value of 255 and then remains at this value until
deleted.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
5H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KY:
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
Slave error counter
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Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
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4.3.1.23 Read Slave Status and Delete
Meaning
With this call, the status of a slave is read out and at the same time the status register of the slave is
deleted.
The flags of the status register have the following meaning:
S0
“Address volatile”
This flag is set
- when the internal slave routine for permanent storage of the slave address is
active. This can take up to 15 ms and must not be interrupted by a further
addressing call.
- when the internal slave address comparison recognizes that the stored address is
not the same as the entry in the address register.
S1
“Parity error detected”
This flag is set when the slave has recognized a parity error in a received frame
since the last “read and delete status” job.
S2
“End bit error detected”
This flag is set when the slave has recognized an end bit error in a received frame
since the last “read and delete status” job.
S3
“Read error non-volatile memory”
This flag is set when a read error has occurred when reading the non-volatile
memory.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
6H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
0H
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
Slave status
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Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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4.3.1.24 Read Slave ID
Meaning
With this call, the ID code of a slave can be read out directly over the AS-I cable. The call is intended
for diagnostic purposes and is not required in the normal master mode.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
7H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0H
Bit 11
Bit 8
Slave-ID
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Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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4.3.1.25 Read Slave I/O
Meaning
With this call, the I/O configuration of a slave can be read out directly over the AS-I cable. The call is
intended for diagnostic purposes and is not required in the normal master mode.
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
8H
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Slave address
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the response DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
0H
Bit 11
Bit 8
Slave ID
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Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
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4.3.1.26 Read S1 Diagnostic Data
Meaning:
Structure in the job DB
Bit 15
KH:
Bit 12
Bit 11
1H
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 0
BH
Number of data words (QLAE): 1
Structure in the error information field of the CP
Bit 15
²
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
Disc.slave 0-3
Disc.slave 4-7
Disc.slave 8-11
Disc.slave 12-15
Disc.slave 16-19
Disc.slave 20-23
Disc.slave 24-27
Disc.slave 28-31
List of slaves with configuration discrepancies.
Each bit corresponds to exactly one slave.
Bit = 1 means that the slave differs from the set configuration.
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4.4 Transferring I/O Data of the AS-I Slaves Using HDBs (Only
Mode 3, ANR 200, 201)
If mode 3 is set for a channel of the CP 2430, this means switch PM = ON and switch IO = OFF, the
I/O data for the individual AS-I slaves are not transferred on the I/O interface but using the page
interface. In this case, this channel does not use any I/O address area.
4.4.1 Transferring the Output Data to the AS-I Slaves (ANR 200)
The output data of the slaves are transferred to the CP 2430 using a SEND call with job number 200.
With the SEND call, 16 bytes must always be transferred, in other words the output data for all slaves
are transferred to the CP 2430. The output data is generally transferred at the end of the cycle, this
can,, however, take place at any point in the PLC cycle (OB1).
If you use a data block (parameter QTYP = ‘DB’) as the data source, the following table shows how
the output data of the slaves are stored in the data block.
Bit 15
Bit 12
QANF:
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Slave 1
Slave 2
Slave 4
Slave 5
Slave 6
Slave 7
Slave 8
Slave 9
Slave 10
Slave 11
Slave 12
Slave 13
Slave 14
Slave 15
Slave 16
Slave 17
Slave 18
Slave 19
Slave 20
Slave 21
Slave 22
Slave 23
Slave 24
Slave 25
Slave 26
Slave 27
Slave 28
Slave 29
Slave 30
Slave 31
Bit 0
Slave 3
QLAE = 8
A timeout as in the I/O mode cannot be set.
4.4.2 Reading the Input Data of the AS-I Slaves (ANR 201)
The input data of the slaves are read from the CP 2430 using a RECEIVE job with job number 201.
With this RECEIVE job, the CP 2430 always returns 16 bytes containing the input data of the AS-I
slaves. The following table shows the assignment of the input data to the individual AS-I slaves if a
data block is being used as the data destination (parameter ZTYP = ‘DB’).
Bit 15
ZANF:
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 4
Bit 3
Status nibble
Slave 1
Slave 2
Slave 4
Slave 5
Slave 6
Slave 7
Slave 8
Slave 9
Slave 10
Slave 11
Slave 12
Slave 13
Slave 14
Slave 15
Slave 16
Slave 17
Slave 18
Slave 19
Slave 20
Slave 21
Slave 22
Slave 23
Slave 24
Slave 25
Slave 26
Slave 27
Slave 28
Slave 29
Slave 30
Slave 31
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Slave 3
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Status Nibble
The status nibble has the same meaning as in the standard mode.
Bit 7
Meaning
Table 4-3
Bit 6
0 = Voltage on the
0 = No error
AS-I cable is OK
1 = Configuration
1 = An ASI Power
error
Fail has occurred.
The data are invalid
Bit 5
Bit 4
0 = Startup active
1 = CP startup
completed
0 = CP in protected
mode
1=CP in
configuration mode
Assignment of the Status Nibble
Bit 7 "ASI Power Fail"
This bit indicates whether or not the power supply on the AS-I cable is OK,
too low or has failed completely.
If the voltage is incorrect or has failed the input data of all slaves are
set to 0.
Bit 6 "Config Error"
This bit indicates whether the configuration saved on the master matches
the configuration of the slaves connected to the AS-I cable.
If the configurations do not match, the input data of missing or failed
slaves are set to 0.
Bit 5 "Startup Bit"
This bit indicates to the PLC whether or not the CP 2430 has completed its
startup and internal initialization. This bit must be tested by the PLC during
startup for the actual PLC program can be started.
Bit 4 "Mode"
This bit indicates whether the CP 2430 is in the configuration mode or in the
protected mode. This bit can, for example, be used to configure the CP
2430 (see example program).
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5. Multiprocessor Mode
The CP 2430 can also be used in multiprocessor PLCs. If possible, one channel of the CP 2430
should be assigned exclusively to an S5 CPU. In this case, there are no restrictions.
If a channel of the CP 2430 is addressed by several S5 CPUs at the same time, the following
conditions should be taken into account:
Multiprocessor Mode Using the I/O Interface of the CP 2430
If the S5 CPU accesses the I/O interface of the CP 2430, the same restrictions apply as for digital
input and output modules. This means that inputs can be read by all CPUs. An output must, however,
only be used exclusively by one CPU.
Multiprocessor Mode Using the Page Interface of the CP 2430
If several S5 CPUs access the same page interface using handling blocks, they coordinate the
access themselves.
The following points should however be noted with respect to the PLC user programs:
±
When the SEND/RECEIVE direct block is run with RLO = 1, PAFE = 81h can occur (interface
occupied by a different CPU). In this case the HDB run was not successful (no data transfer).
±
Since the same SSNR/ANR combinations can be used in different CPUs, the status word of a job
can change from the point of view of a program without the program itself being responsible for
the change (for example due to a job being triggered on a different CPU).
±
The SEND job with ANR 200 that transfers output data for the AS-I slaves must only be used by
one S5 CPU.
±
When handling a management function with ANR 202, it is possible that a management function
was triggered by CPU X using SEND direct, the result of the function (for example an ID code that
has been read out) can, however only be fetched by a different CPU Y using the RECEIVE direct.
The CP 2430 does not have any interlock mechanisms for such situations. The user programs
must recognize such situations by appropriate programming.
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6. Replacing a Defective Slave / Automatic Address
Programming
If the indicator AUPRG is lit in the protected mode of the CP 2430, it indicates the following:
²
Exactly one slave has failed.
²
Automatic address programming by the CP 2430 is possible.
You can now replace the defective slave as follows:
Remove the failed slave from the AS-I cable. You can identify the failed slave simply by the dot
of the failed slave flashing in the matrix display.
Replace the defective slave with an identical slave with address 0 (as supplied). The CP 2430
then programs this slave with the address of the original station that had failed.
The "AUPRG" indicator then goes off. The CP 2430 indicates the new slave in the LED display of the
"ACTIVE SLAVES".
Note that “automatic address programming” is only possible when the CP 2430 is in the
protected mode and when only one slave has failed.
If a non-configured slave was connected to SINEC S1, the “automatic address
programming” is disabled by the CP until:
1. The “incorrect slave” is removed and
2. The CP goes through a cold restart (AS-I power on and off or S5 power on and off).
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The following table lists the possible causes of errors that can occur during “automatic address
programming” and how to remedy the problem.
Error
Mögliche Ursache
After a slave fails, the "AUPRG " The CP is in the configuration
indicator remains off.
mode.
Remedy
“Automatic programming” is not
possible in the configuration
mode.
The address of the new slave
must be programmed with the
address programming unit.
More than one slave has failed
(check "ACTIVE SLAVES"
indicators).
Check AS-I cable.
If “APF” is indicated at the same
time, check the power supply to
the AS-I cable.
If more than one slave is
defective, the addresses of the
replacement slaves must be
programmed with the address
programming unit.
The CP has detected
unconfigured slaves.
Remove unconfigured slaves from
the AS-I cable.
Reset the CP by setting "RUN""STOP"-RUN" on the PLC.
Automatic address programming The configuration data (I/O
not done although the "AUPRG" configuration, ID code) of the
is lit.
replacement slave do not match
the values of the original slaves.
Replacement slave does not
have the address “zero”.
Check whether the correct
replacement slave was used.
Compare the vendor’s information
with the configuration data.
If you want to replace the original
slave with a different type, the
address must be assigned with
the address programming unit
and the CP 2430 re-configured
using the switches.
Set the address of the
replacement slave with the
address programming unit.
Replacement slave not correctly Check the connections of the
connected or defective.
slave; if necessary, replace the
slave.
Table 6-1
Causes of Errors and Remedy with Automatic Address Programming
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7. Error Indicators on the CP 2430 /
Dealing with Problems
The following table lists the possible causes of problems when operating the CP 2430 and how to
remedy the problem.
Error
Possible cause
Remedy
S1 PF - indicator lit.
The AS-I power supply unit is not
connected or is defective.
Check the connection of the AS-I
power supply unit; if necessary
replace the power supply unit.
Power requirements of the AS-I
Check the power requirements of the
slave too high (total current greater AS-I station. If necessary, supply the
than 2A).
slaves with power externally.
FAULT LED lit continuously.
CP 2430 defective
Replace the CP 2430
FAULT LED lights up when the
mode selector is pressed.
You want to change to the
protected mode but a slave with
address 0 exists.
Remove the slave with address 0
from the AS-I cable or program an
address with the addressing unit and
then run a PLC cold restart.
The mode selector was set to SET
CONFIG in the protected mode.
Switch the CP to CHMD with the
mode selector and then to SCFG.
CERR indicator lights up.
The CP 2430 is not yet configured. Configure the CP with the mode
selector on the front panel.
A configured slave has failed
(evaluate the "ACTIVE SLAVES"
indicator).
Replace the defective slave or if the
slave is not required, re-configure
the CP 2430.
An unconfigured slave was
connected to the AS-I cable.
Remove the slave or re-configure the
CP 2430.
A slave has been connected whose Check whether an incorrect slave
configuration data (I/O
has been connected. If necessary,
configuration, ID code) do not
re-configure the CP 2430.
match the value of the configured
slave.
CERR indicator flickers, meaning
that a configured slave drops out
sporadically.
Bad contact.
Check the connections of the AS-I
slave.
Interference on the AS-I cable.
Make sure the PLC is correctly
grounded and check along the AS-I
cable.
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Error indicators (continued)
Error
Possible cause
CP does not switch from the
The PLC is in the “RUN” mode.
configuration mode to the protected
mode.
Remedy
Switch the PLC to "STOP".
Selector not activated long enough. Make sure the selector is activated
for 0.5 s.
A slave with the address 0 is
connected to the AS-I cable. The
CP 2430 cannot switch over to the
protected mode as long as this
slave exists.
CP does not switch from the
The PLC is in the "RUN" mode.
protected mode to the configuration
mode.
Button not activated long enough.
Table 7-1
Error Indications in Standard Operation
7-2
Remove the slave with address 0.
Switch the PLC to "STOP".
Make sure the selector is activated
for 0.5 s.
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SINEC S1 Master Module CP 2430
ASI Protocol Implementation Conformance
Statement (PICS)
A.1 PICS for the CP 2430
Vendor
Siemens AG
Product Name
CP 2430 - SINEC S1 master module for S5-115U, S5-135U and S5-155U
Order Number
6GK1243-0SA00
Version
1
Master Profile
M1 with handling blocks, M0 without handling blocks
Date
29. Aug. 1995
List of Master Functions Available with Handling Blocks
No.
Function or Call on the Host Interface
(symbolic representation)
M1 Comment / Function implemented by
/ Section
1
Image, Status = Read_IDI()
X
By the controller accessing the I/O
interface of the CP 2430 (for example
using the PII)
Using a SEND job with ANR 200
2
Status = Write_ODI(Image)
X
By the controller accessing the I/O
interface of the CP 2430 (for example
using the PIQ)
Using a RECEIVE job with ANR 201
3
Status = Set_Permanent_Parameter(Addr, Param)
X
4.3.1.1
4
Param, Status = Get_Permanent_Parameter(Addr)
X
4.3.1.2
5
Status, GParam = Write_Parameter(Addr, Param)
X
4.3.1.3
6
Status, Param = Read_Parameter(Addr)
X
4.3.1.4
7
Status = Store_Actual_Parameters()
X
4.3.1.5.
8
Status = Set_Permanent_Configuration(Addr,
Config)
X
4.3.1.6
9
Status, Config =
Get_Permanent_Configuration(Addr)
X
4.3.1.7
10
Status = Store_Actual_Configuration()
X
4.3.1.8.
This command also triggers a cold
restart on the CP.
11
Status, Config = Read_Actual_Configuration(Addr)
X
4.3.1.9
12
Status = Set_LPS(List31)
X
4.3.1.10
13
Status, List31 = Get_LPS()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
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Status, List31 = Get_LAS()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
15
Status, List32 = Get_LDS()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.0 Status = Get_Flags()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.1 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Config_OK()
X
CP error bit, LED display
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.2 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_LDS.0()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.3 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Auto_Address_Assign()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.4 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Auto_Prog_Available()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.5 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Configuration_Active()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.6 Status, Flag =
Get_Flag_Normal_Operation_Active()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.7 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_APF()
X
CP error bit, LED display
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
16.8 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Offline_Ready()
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
17
Status = Set_Operation_Mode(Mode)
X
4.3.1.13
18
Status = Set_Offline_Mode(Mode)
X
4.3.1.11
19
Status = Activate_Data_Exchange(Mode)
-
not implemented
20
Status = Change_Slave_Address(Addr1, Addr2)
X
4.3.1.14
21
Status = Set_Auto_Address_Enable
X
4.3.1.12
22
Status = Get_Auto_Address_Enable
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
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Function or Call on the Host
Interface (symbolic representation)
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M1
Comment / Function implemented by /
Section
23.1 Status, Resp =
Cmd_Reset_ASI_Slave(Addr, RESET)
-
not implemented
23.2 Status, Resp =
Cmd_Read_IO_Configuration(Addr,
CONF)
X
4.3.1.25
23.3 Status, Resp =
Cmd_Read_Identification_Code(Addr,
IDCOD)
X
4.3.1.24
23.4 Status, Resp =
Cmd_Read_Status(Addr, STAT)
X
4.3.1.15
23.5 Status, Resp =
Cmd_Read_Reset_Status(Addr,
STATRES)
X
4.3.1.23
List of Master Functions Available Without Handling Blocks
Nr.
Function or Call on the Host Interface (symbolic
representation)
M0
Comment / Function implemented
by / Section
1
Image, Status = Read_IDI()
X
By the controller accessing the I/O
interface of the CP 2430 (for
example using the PII)
2
Status = Write_ODI(Image)
X
By the controller accessing the I/O
interface of the CP 2430 (for
example using the PIQ)
3
Status = Set_Permanent_Parameter(Addr, Param)
-
not implemented
4
Param, Status = Get_Permanent_Parameter(Addr)
-
not implemented
5
Status, GParam = Write_Parameter(Addr, Param)
-
not implemented
6
Status, Param = Read_Parameter(Addr)
-
not implemented
7
Status = Store_Actual_Parameters()
-
not implemented
8
Status = Set_Permanent_Configuration(Addr, Config)
-
not implemented
9
Status, Config = Get_Permanent_Configuration(Addr)
-
not implemented
10
Status = Store_Actual_Configuration()
X
By switches on the front panel
11
Status, Config = Read_Actual_Configuration(Addr)
-
not implemented
12
Status = Set_LPS(List31)
-
not implemented
13
Status, List31 = Get_LPS()
-
not implemented
14
Status, List31 = Get_LAS()
-
not implemented
15
Status, List32 = Get_LDS()
-
not implemented
-
not implemented
16.0 Status = Get_Flags()
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16.1 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Config_OK()
X
CP error bit, LED display on front
panel
16.2 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_LDS.0()
-
not implemented
16.3 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Auto_Address_Assign()
-
not implemented
16.4 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Auto_Prog_Available()
-
not implemented
16.5 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Configuration_Active()
-
not implemented
16.6 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Normal_Operation_Active()
-
not implemented
16.7 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_APF()
X
CP error bit, LED display on front
panel
16.8 Status, Flag = Get_Flag_Offline_Ready()
-
not implemented
17
Status = Set_Operation_Mode(Mode)
X
Switch on front panel of the CP
18
Status = Set_Offline_Mode(Mode)
-
not implemented
19
Status = Activate_Data_Exchange(Mode)
-
not implemented
20
Status = Change_Slave_Address(Addr1, Addr2)
-
not implemented
21
Status = Set_Auto_Address_Enable
X
4.3.1.12
22
Status = Get_Auto_Address_Enable
X
Read lists and flags / 4.3.1.16
23.1 Status, Resp = Cmd_Reset_ASI_Slave(Addr, RESET)
-
not implemented
23.2 Status, Resp = Cmd_Read_IO_Configuration(Addr,
CONF)
-
not implemented
23.3 Status, Resp = Cmd_Read_Identification_Code(Addr,
IDCOD)
-
not implemented
23.4 Status, Resp = Cmd_Read_Status(Addr, STAT)
-
not implemented
23.5 Status, Resp = Cmd_Read_Reset_Status(Addr,
STATRES)
-
not implemented
Key to column 3
Symbol
Meaning
X
Function exists
-
Function does not exist
ASI Cycle Time Related to the Number of Connected Slaves
The maximum cycle time is <= 5 ms for 31 Slaves. This maximum time is hardly reduced if less
slaves are connected.
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B Status Word ANZW and Parameter Assignment
Error Byte PAFE
Overview
The CP 2430 signals the status of each job (permitted job numbers ANR 200, 201, 202) and any
error codes that occur, as follows:
±
Using the status word ANZW (information about job processing)
±
Using the parameter assignment error byte PAFE (indicates incorrect job parameter
assignment).
B.1 Meaning and Structure of the ANZW
The status word contains the processing status of each job. A separate job number must be used in
the S5 user program for each job number used on the CP 2430.
The status word must be evaluated immediately after the handling block has been run.
Structure of the ANZW
The status word consists of the actual status word (first word) and a length word (second word). It
has the following basic structure:
15
1st word
free
12 11
8
7
4
3
0
Error management Data management Status bits
2nd word
Length word
Meaning of the Length Word
The handling blocks (SEND, RECEIVE) enter the number of data words transferred for the job in the
length word.
Explanation
The following sections explain how to handle the status bits. For each bit, you will see how the bit is
set, how the bit is reset (deleted) and which analysis is useful. The assignment of the bits is explained
in the explanation of the nibbles.
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B.2 Content of the Status Word
±
Nibble 1, bits 0 to 3, status bits of the job:
These bits indicate whether a job has already started, whether errors have occurred or whether
the job is disabled, for example because the wrong mode is set.
±
Nibble 2, bits 4 to 7, data management of the job:
These bits indicate whether the data transfer for the job is still active or whether the data
transfer or data acceptance for the job has already been completed. With the “Enable/Disable”
bit, the data transfer for the job can be disabled. (Disable = 1; Enable = 0). The “Enable/Disable”
function is not required for the CP 2430 and the bit is always set to “Enable”.
±
Nibble 3, bits 8 to 11, error bits of the job:
Any errors that have occurred in the job are indicated in these bits. These error bits are only
valid when the bit “job complete with error” is set in the status nibble.
±
Nibble 4, bits 12 to 15:
These bits are reserved for expansions.
Meaning of the Bits in the Status Word
a) Bit 0: Receive possible
Set:
By the handling blocks. Receive possible (=1) is set by the RECEIVE block and
indicates that data can be fetched from the CP 2430 using the appropriate RECEIVE
job.
Reset:
By the handling blocks, after the RECEIVE has been processed.
Analysis:
By the RECEIVE block: The RECEIVE block only initiates the data exchange with the
CP when this bit is set.
By the application: The application can check whether data for the job can be fetched
from the CP 2430.
b) Bit 1: Job active/SEND disabled
Set:
By the handling blocks, when the job is sent to the CP.
Reset:
By the handling blocks, when a new SEND job can be triggered.
Analysis:
By the SEND block: A new SEND job is only processed when the previous SEND job
has been completed.
By the user: To find out whether it is possible to trigger a new job.
c) Bit 2: Job completed without error
Set:
By the handling blocks, when the corresponding job was completed without an error.
Reset:
By the handling blocks, when the job is triggered again.
Analysis:
By the user: To check whether the job was completed without errors.
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d) Bit 3: Job completed with error
Set:
By the handling blocks, when the corresponding job was completed with an error. The
cause of the error is then coded in the high part of the status word.
Reset:
By the handling blocks, when the job is triggered again.
Analysis:
By the user: To check whether the job was completed with an error. If the identifier
“job completed with error” is set, the cause of the error is located in the high byte
(error management) of the status word.
e) Bit 4: Data acceptance/data transfer active
Set:
By the SEND/RECEIVE handling blocks, when the transfer/acceptance of data has
started (the bit is only set when larger volumes of data are transferred. On the CP
2430, this bit is always “0”).
Reset:
By the SEND, RECEIVE handling blocks, when the data exchange for a job is
completed.
Analysis:
The analysis of this bit is not necessary on the CP 2430 since the data transfer/data
acceptance takes place in one block run through. This bit is always set to “0” for the
user.
f.) Bit 5: Data transfer successful
Set:
By the SEND handling block when the data transfer for a job was successful.
Reset:
Reset by the SEND handling block when the data transfer for a newly triggered job
starts.
By the user when the bit has been evaluated (signal edge).
Analysis:
By the user: With this bit, the user can find out whether the data record for a job has
already been transferred to the CP or when a new data record can be made available
for the current job.
g.) Bit 6: Data acceptance successful
Set:
By the RECEIVE handling block when the data for a job were accepted successfully.
Reset:
By the RECEIVE handling block when the transfer of data to the PLC has started for a
newly triggered job.
By the user when the evaluation is completed (signal edge).
Analysis:
By the user: With this bit, the user can find out whether the data record of a job has
already been transferred to the PLC.
h.) Bit 7: Disable/Enable data field
Set:
By the user to prevent an area being written to by the RECEIVE block or an area
being read out by the SEND block.
Reset:
By the user to enable the data area in question.
Analysis:
By the SEND and RECEIVE handling blocks. If bit 7 is set, the blocks do not transfer
data but signal the error to the CP.
Note:
When operating the CP 2430, this bit must always be set to ENABLE ( = 0 ).
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i) Bits 8 to 11: Error nibble:
If the CP enters an error identifier in the job status (for example job completed with
error), the handling blocks enter an error ID in the error nibble. This error ID is
explained in detail in the following section.
j) Bits 12 to 15:
These bits are reserved for later expansions.
Error Nibble
The following section explains the meaning of the error nibble of the status word and the possible
remedies. The errors are as follows:
±
0 to 5 are errors detected by the HDB
±
6 to F are errors signaled by the CP 2430
All the possible errors are listed in the following table:
0h
Cold restart (Synchron)
1h
Source/destination
parameters invalid
•
The HDB has detected invalid values for the
source/destination parameters.
•
The user has disabled data transfer with bit 7 in the status
word.
2h
Area does not exist on PLC
•
When the job was triggered, a data block, for example,
was specified as the DBNR that does not exist on the
PLC.
3h
Area on PLC too small
•
The total of Q/ZANF and Q/ZLAE exceeds the area limit.
4h
Timeout on PLC
•
The Q/Z parameters specified an area (for example AS,
PB or similar) that is not equipped with memory or is
defective.
5h
Error in the status word
•
The specified ANZW cannot be processed.
6h
Source/destination
parameters not supported by
CP
•
Q/ZTYP has an identifier not supported by the CP 2430
(for example NN, RW)
•
With ANR 200: QLAE is not 16 bytes
•
With ANR 202 : Length is less than expected
7h
Listen error
•
The addressed slave is not in the LAS
8h
Job not permitted in the
current status of the CP 2430
•
A management call was triggered in the incorrect status
(for example "configure ID code” while the CP is in the
protected mode).
9h
SND_ERROR
•
Address invalid ( = 0 or > 31)
•
Change slave address: Old slave address not recognized
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SD0_ERROR
•
Change slave address: Slave with address 0 already
exists.
•
Set protected mode: Slave 0 exists
Bh
SD2_ERROR
•
Change slave address: New slave address already exists.
Ch
DE_ERROR
•
Change slave address: Error deleting the slave address.
Dh
SE_ERROR
•
Change slave address: Error setting the new slave
address
•
EEPROM ERROR
•
Incorrect slave response three times from AS interface
(e.g. timeout, parity error etc.)
Eh
AT_ERROR
•
Change slave address: Address only temporarily stored
Fh
Job number or function code
unknown
•
ANR 200/201: Data exchange via inputs outputs set on
CP.
•
ANR 202: Wrong function ID in byte 0 of the transmit data
•
ANR 202: Wrong parameter values (byte values in bits:
For example set OFFLINE with MODE = 2 or higher)
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B.3 Possible Status Words With the Jobs Permitted on the CP 2430
Exchange of AS-I parameters, management and diagnostic information with ANR 202 (SEND
and RECEIVE )
With communication using ANR 202, two different situations must be distinguished:
First situation: Job without acknowledgment data (for example set_LPS)
In this case, the function code and any management data are transferred with the SEND direct (ANR
202). The transfer of the data is acknowledged by the CP. There is no subsequent RECEIVE call.
Possible status words (error-free sequence)
ANZW (hex)
Remarks
000A 0000
After SYNCHRON: Send and Receive disabled; old job completed with
error, error identifier = cold restart
0008 0000
After CP_READY: Send enabled
0022 len
After running the SEND with RLO=1: Job active; Send and Receive
disabled; data transfer completed (len = number of bytes sent by the
PLC)
(0002 0000)
(Can be entered by the user program for signal edge generation)
0004 0000
After the CP has processed the function; job completed without error;
Send enabled
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Second version: Job with acknowledgment data (e.g. Read_lists_and_flags)
In this situation, the function code and any management data are transferred with the SEND direct
(ANR 202). The transfer of the data is acknowledged by the CP. After processing the command, the
acknowledgment data are made available by the CP 2430 and read by the PLC using a RECEIVE
direct (ANR 202).
Possible status words (Error-free sequence)
ANZW (hex)
Remarks
000A 0000
After SYNCHRON: Send and Receive disabled; old job complete with
error, error identifier = cold restart
0008 0000
After CP_READY: Send enabled
0022 len
After running through the SEND with RLO=1: Job active; Send and
Receive disabled; data transfer completed (len = number of bytes
transmitted by the PLC)
0023 0000
After the function has been processed by the CP: Job active; Send
disabled; Receive enabled
0066 len
After running through the RECEIVE with RLO=1: Job completed
without error; Send and Receive disabled; data acceptance completed
(len = number of bytes read by the PLC)
0064 len
After the CP has enabled the SEND (at the latest after one FW cycle
(approximately 6ms))
0X6A len
After RECEIVE with RLO=1 has run: Job completed with error (X =
error identifier); Send and Receive disabled; data acceptance
completed (len = number of bytes read by the PLC)
0X68 len
After the CP has enabled the SEND (at the latest after one FW cycle
(approximately 6ms))
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Sending AS-I Data Bits With ANR 200
Possible status words (Error-free sequence)
ANZW (hex)
Remarks
000A 0000
After SYNCHRON: Send and Receive disabled; old job completed with error,
error identifier = cold restart
0008 0000
After CP_READY: Send enabled
0026 len
After the SEND with RLO=1 is run through: Job completed without error; Send
and Receive disabled; data transfer completed (len = number of bytes
transmitted by the PLC)
(0006 0000)
(Can be set by the user program for signal edge generation)
0004 0000
After the SEND has been enabled by the CP: (At the latest after one FW cycle
(approximately 6ms))
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Reading the AS-I Data Bits With ANR 201
Possible status words (Error-free sequence)
ANZW (hex)
Remarks
000A 0000
After SYNCHRON: Send and Receive disabled; old job completed with error,
error identifier = cold restart
000B 0000
After CP_READY: Receive enabled
0046 len
After the RECEIVE with RLO=1 has run: Job completed without error; Send
and Receive disabled; data acceptance completed (len = number of bytes
read by the PLC)
(0006 0000)
(Can set by the user program for signal edge generation)
0005 0000
After the CP has enabled the RECEIVE: (At the latest after one FW cycle
(approximately 6ms))
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B.4 The Parameter Assignment Error Byte PAFE
PAFE is set when the handling block detects a parameter assignment error.
Meaning of the individual bits:
Bit 7
0
Error number
Bit 0
0 = no error
1 = error
Bit 1...3
not used
Bit 4...7
output of the error number:
0
no error
1
wrong ORG format
2
area does not exist ( DB )
3
area too short
4
timeout error
5
wrong status word
6
irrelevant for the CP 2430
7
interface does not exist
8
interface not ready
9
interface overloaded
A
free
B
illegal job number ANR
C
interface not acknowledged or enabled.
D
not used
E
not used
F
not used
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C Further Reading
/1/
ASI Das Aktuator-Sensor-Interface für die Automation
Werner Kriesel, O.W. Madelung, Carl Hanser Verlag München Wien 1994
/2/
ASI Complete Specification
can be ordered from the ASI association e.V.
(The AS-I technology is promoted by the ASI association e. V.).
Address:
ASI-Verein e.V.
Auf den Broich 4A
51519 Odenthal
Germany
Tel.: 02174 / 40756
Fax.:02174 / 41571
/3/
SINEC Industrial Communications Networks
Catalog IK 10
/4/
Handling blocks are described in the following:
For the S5-115 U as part of the User Manual
)
Order no.: 6 ES 5998-3UFx 1 *
for CPU 945
)
Order no.: 6 ES 5998-0UFx 3 *
for CPU 941 - CPU 944
For the S5-135 U: can be ordered as a package HDB Software + Description
Order no.: 6 ES 5842-7CB 01
for CPU 928 A/B - CPU 948
For the S5-155 U: can be ordered as a package HDB Software + Description
Order no.: 6 ES 5846-7CA 01
for CPU 946 / 947
)
* x : randomly
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D Abbreviations / Terms
AS-I
Actuator-Sensor-Interface
APF
cable
ASI Power Fail. Flag or LED display indicating that the power supply on the AS-I
is too low or has failed (e.g. AS-I power unit defective)
CP
Communications Processor: module for installation in computers and programmable
logic controllers.
CP 2430
Communications processor for SIMATIC S5-115U, S5-135U and S5-155U
programmable logic controllers on SINEC S1.
LAS
List of activated slaves
LDS
List of detected slaves
LPS
List of configured (permanent) slaves
PG
Programmer (programming device)
AG
Programmable logic controller; e.g. SIMATIC S5 PLC
SINEC
'Siemens Network Architecture for Automation and Engineering', Range of Siemens
products for industrial communication.
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E Notes on the CE Marking of SINEC Products
Product Name
EC EMC Directive
89/336/EEC
CP 2430
6GK1 243-0SA00
The SINEC products listed above meet the requirements of the EC Directice
89/336/EEC “Electromagnetic Compatibility“
The EC conformity certificates are kept for the authorities responsible
according to the EC directives listed above at the following address:
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
Bereich Automatisierungstechnik
Industrielle Kommunikation (AUT 93)
Postfach 4848
D-90327 Nürnberg
Federal Republic of Germany
Area of Application
EMC
The product meets the following requirements:
Area of application
Industry
Requirements
Emission
Immunity
EN 50081-2 : 1993
EN 50082-2 : 1995
The product can also be used in the residential environment (residential,
commercial and light industry).
Area of application
Residential
Requirements
Emission
Immunity
Individual approval
EN 50082-1 : 1992
You must acquire the individual approval from the respective national
authority or testing body.
Installation
Guidelines
This product meet the requirements providing you adhere to the installation
guidelines
1. Manual of the CP 2430 Master Module;
2. System Manual AG S5-135U/155U; Manual for S5-115U/H/F
Installation of the
Equipment
Programmable logic controllers of the SIMATIC S5-135U/155U series must be
installed in metal cabinets according to these guidelines.Programmable logic
controllers of the SIMATIC S5-115U/H/F series must be installed in grounded,
closed metal cabinets (for example, switchgear cubicles)
Working in
Cabinets
To protect the module from electrostatic discharge, make sure that you
neutralize any electrostatic charge on your body before opening the cabinet.
Notes for the
Manufacturers of
Machines
The product is not a machine in the sense of the EU directive. There is
therefore no conformity certificate for the EU directive 89/392 for machines. If
the product is part of the electrical equipment of a machine, the manufacturer
of the machine must include the product in the conformity certificate
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SINEC S1 Master module 2430
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