PROFIBUS Interface

PROFIBUS Interface
Documentation of the PROFIBUS Interface of the following
Drives:
- E1130-DP (-HC, XC)
- E1230-DP-UC
- E1430-DP-QN
PROFIBUS Interface
User Manual
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PROFIBUS Interface
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Table of Content
1 SYSTEM OVERVIEW.................................................................................................................... 4
2 INSTALLATION ON DRIVE......................................................................................................... 4
3 CONNECTING TO THE PROFIBUS............................................................................................ 4
4 PROFIBUS PARAMETERS........................................................................................................... 5
5 PROFIBUS VARIABLES................................................................................................................ 7
6 PROFIBUS MODULES................................................................................................................... 9
7 STATE MACHINE........................................................................................................................ 17
8 PROFIBUS DIAGNOSIS............................................................................................................... 17
9 ERROR CODES............................................................................................................................. 17
10 WARN WORD.............................................................................................................................. 17
11 EXAMPLE FOR SIEMENS SIMATIC S7................................................................................. 18
11.1.BUS CONFIGURATION (HW CONFIG).................................................................................................. 18
11.2.HOMING PROCEDURE........................................................................................................................ 19
11.3.EXECUTE MOTION COMMAND: VAI GO TO POS (010XH)................................................................... 20
11.4.CHANGE A PARAMETER OF THE DRIVE WITH THE PARAMETER CHANNEL MODULE.................................... 22
12 TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................................... 24
13 CONTACT ADDRESSES............................................................................................................ 25
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1 System overview
The LinMot PROFIBUS drives E1130-DP, E1230-DP and E1430-DP are PROFIBUS-DP
slaves.
Further information on PROFIBUS can be found under: http://www.profibus.com
Programming examples provided by LinMot are listed under:
http://www.linmot.com/index.php?id=141
All baud rates are supported and automatically detected.
2 Installation on Drive
For installing the PROFIBUS-DP firmware on the drive, start the LinMot-Talk software and
press the install firmware button
. Choose the file “Firmware_Buildxxxxxxxx.sct” and
press “Open“. The wizard will guide you through the installation. When asking for the
application software choose “ProfibusDP”:
Press ok and follow the rest of the wizard.
3 Connecting to the PROFIBUS
Pin Assignment of the DP Connector X9:
The PROFIBUS connector is a standard DSBU 9 female with the following pin assignment:
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
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not connected
not connected
B
CNTR-P
GND
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
VP (+5VDC for bus termination)
not connected
A
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4 PROFIBUS Parameters
The PROFIBUS drives have an additional parameter tree branch, which can be configured
with the distributed LinMot-Talk software. With these parameters, the PROFIBUS behaviour
can be configured. The software LinMot-Talk can be downloaded from http://www.linmot.com
under the section download, software & manuals.
Dis-/Enable
With the Dis-/Enable parameter the LinMot drive can be run without
the PROFIBUS going online. So in first step the system can be
configured and run without any bus connection.
PROFIBUS Interface\ Dis-/Enable
Disable
The drive runs without PROFIBUS.
Enable
The drive runs only with a PROFIBUS connection.
IMPORTANT: To activate the PROFIBUS Interface, the Dip-Switch
S3.4 “Interface” at the bottom of the drive has to be set to “ON”
S3
ON – OFF
Interface
CAN Term
RS485 Term
RS485/232
Node Address
This directory contains the parameters defining the node address.
Node Address Selection
The node address selection parameter defines the source of the node
address.
PROFIBUS Interface\ Node Address\ Node Address Selection
By Hex
The node address is determined by the two Hex
Switches
Switches S1 (ID High) and S2 (ID Low)
Attention, the ID defined by S1 and S2 is
hexadecimal coded and not decimal!
By Parameter
The node address is determined by the parameter
“Node Address Parameter Value”.
By default, the node address is set by the rotary switches S1 and S2.
IMPORTANT: The rotary switches are hexadecimal.
According to the PROFIBUS standard the maximal
node address is 127 (addresses 126 and 127 are
reserved for special purpose and should normally not
be used).
Node Address Parameter Value
Defines the node address when “By Parameter” is selected.
Byte Order
Defines the used byte order.
PROFIBUS Interface\ Byte/Word Order\Byte Order
Reversed
Byte order is reversed. For S7 PLCs select
reversed.
Not reversed
Byte order is not reversed.
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Word Order
PROFIBUS Interface
Defines the used word order.
PROFIBUS Interface\ Byte/Word Order\Word Order
Reversed
Word order is reversed. For S7 PLCs select
reversed.
Not reversed
Word order is not reversed.
MC CMD Intf Par Order
Defines the used parameter word order.
PROFIBUS Interface\ Byte/Word Order\MC CMD Intf Par Order
Order is reversed. CMD Header - Par word 1 - Par word 0 - Par
Reversed
Not reversed
word 3 - Par word 2 - etc...
Order is not reversed. CMD Header - Par word 0 - Par word 1 Par word 2 - Par word 3 - etc...
Diagnose Priority
Defines the behaviour of the diagnostic telegram.
PROFIBUS Interface\ Diagnose Priority
None
Only minimal diagnostic data is transmitted.
Low
The diagnostic data is sent as status information
only.
High
The diagnostic data is sent high priority in the error
state.
Monitoring Channels
Defines the source variable by UPID of the four monitoring
channels.
PROFIBUS Interface\ Monitoring Channels
Channel 1 UPID Source UPID for Monitoring Channel 1
Channel 2 UPID Source UPID for Monitoring Channel 2
Channel 3 UPID Source UPID for Monitoring Channel 3
Channel 4 UPID Source UPID for Monitoring Channel 4
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5 PROFIBUS Variables
In the Variables directory of the LinMot-Talk there is a section \PROFIBUS which contains
some information about the actual state of the PROFIBUS interface:
•
•
•
•
•
Node Address:
This shows the used node address, which can be either configured by
the two rotary hex-switches S1/S2 or by parameter settings, as a
decimal number.
Baud Rate:
The baud rate is auto detect. This shows the baud rate, which was
found on the bus. Zero means no baud rate found.
Bus Cycle Time fast:
This shows the actual cycle time in µs. The fast Cycle time is updated
up to 10ms.
Bus Cycle Time slow:
This shows the actual cycle time in ms. This value can be used when
the bus cycle time is extremely large (>10ms).
DP State:
This shows the actual state of the LinMot internal DP-State machine:
- (0) Initialise: The firmware is initialising the PROFIBUS Interface
- (1) Searching Baud rate: The detection of the baud rate is in
progress.
- (2) Wait for Parameter Telegram: No valid parameter telegram has
been received.
- (3) Wait for Configuration Telegram: No valid configuration telegram
has been received.
- (4) Ready for Data Exchange: The PROFIBUS is ready for Data
Exchange, but the master has not done the transition.
- (5) Data Exchange: The PROFIBUS is running and exchanging
cyclic data with the master.
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6 PROFIBUS Modules
The LinMot drive is a PROFIBUS-DP slave. To configure it with a PROFIBUS master, the
GSD file is used. You can find the GSD file LINM092D.GSD in the LinMot-Talk installation
directory (typically C:\Program Files\LinMot\LinTalk-Talk 4 Build
xxxxxxxx\Firmware\Profibus\GSD).
There are the following modules defined, to be configured according the demands of the
desired application:
Control/Status [1 Word DI/DO]
This module should always be configured. It consists of the Control and Status word, which
are described in the document “User Manual Motion Control Software”.
MC Cmd Interface [10 Word DO]
This maps the MC Command interface of the drive. Please refer to the documentation of the
MC software.
Attention: Older Siemens S7 CPU firmware cannot directly write more than 4 bytes
consistently.
In this case the data has to be sent by SFC15 (please refer to the corresponding
Siemens documentation)
Get MC Header Echo [1 Word DI]
This echoes the Cmd Header of the MC Command interface of the drive. Please refer to the
documentation of the MC software.
Get Actual Position [2 Word DI]
Returns the actual position of the motor. (32 Bit integer value, resolution 0.1µm)
Get Demand Position [2 Word DI]
Returns the demand position of the motor. (32 Bit integer value, resolution 0.1µm)
Get Current [1 Word DI]
Returns the set current of the motor. (16 Bit integer value, resolution 1mA)
Get StateVar [1 Word DI]
The StateVar consists of MainState and SubState. Please refer to the table “State Var” on
chapter 3 of the “User Manual Motion Control Software”.
The StateVar has all relevant flags and information for clean handshaking within one word
and can therefore replace the modules “Get MC Header Echo” and “Get Error Code”.
It’s strongly recommended to use this module for handshaking.
Get WarnWord [1 Word DI]
Returns the Warn Word. Please refer to chapter 10.
Get ErrorCode [1 Word DI]
Returns the Error Code. Please refer to chapter 9.
Monitoring Channel X [2 Word DI]
Transmits cyclically the value of the variable, which is defined by the Monitoring Channel
Parameter (see chapter 4).
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Parameter Channel [4 Word DI/DO]
The Parameter Channel module allows access to parameters, variables, curves, error log
and command table. Also restart, start and stop of the drive is possible. Of course the
Parameter Channel module works independently from the MC Cmd Interface. For this reason
changing a parameter and sending a motion command can be done in parallel.
Word
1.
2.
DO
Parameter Channel Control
Argument (meaning depends on Cmd
ID)
Argument (meaning depends on Cmd
ID)
Argument (meaning depends on Cmd
ID)
3.
4.
DI
Parameter Channel Status
Argument (meaning depends on Cmd
ID)
Argument (meaning depends on Cmd
ID)
Argument (meaning depends on Cmd
ID)
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Command ID to be executed
15
14
13
12
11
10
Reserved
9
8
7
6
Command Count
5
4
3
2
1
0
The Parameter Channel Control is split in two parts:
• Parameter Command ID to be executed (bits 8-15), see table Command ID
• Command Count (bits 0-3)
Parameter Channel Status
Parameter Status
15
14
13
Reserved
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
Command Count
Response
3
2
1
0
The Parameter Channel Status is split in two parts:
• Parameter Status (bits 8-15), see table Parameter Status
• Command Count Response (bits 0-3)
Command Count
A new command is only evaluated, if the value of the command count changes. In the
easiest way bit 0 could be toggled.
Parameter Command ID
This selects the command.
Possible Commands are:
Command ID
Description
00h
No Operation
Parameter Access
10h
Read ROM Value of Parameter by UPID
11h
Read RAM Value of Parameter by UPID
12h
Write ROM Value of Parameter by UPID
13h
Write RAM Value of Parameter by UPID
14h
Write RAM and ROM Value of Parameter by UPID
15h
Get minimal Value of Parameter by UPID
16h
Get maximal Value of Parameter by UPID
17h
Get default Value of Parameter by UPID
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Parameter (UPID) List
20h
Start Getting UPID List
21h
Get next UPID List item
22h
Start Getting Modified UPID List
23h
Get next Modified UPID List item
Stop / Start / Default
30h
Restart drive
31h
Set parameter ROM values to default (OS SW)
32h
Set parameter ROM values to default (MC SW )
33h
Set parameter ROM values to default (Interface SW)
34h
Set parameter ROM values to default (Application SW)
35h
Stop MC and Application Software (for Flash access)
36h
Start MC and Application Software
Curve Service
40h
Save all Curves from RAM to Flash
41h
Delete all Curves (RAM)
50h
Start Adding Curve (RAM)
51h
Add Curve Info Block (RAM)
52h
Add Curve Data (RAM)
53h
Start Modifying Curve (RAM)
54h
Modify Curve Info Block (RAM)
55h
Modify Curve Data (RAM)
60h
Start Getting Curve (RAM)
61h
Get Curve Info Block (RAM)
62h
Get Curve Data (RAM)
Error Log
70h
Get Error Log Entry Counter
71h
Get Error Log Entry Error Code
72h
Get Error Log Entry Time low
73h
Get Error Log Entry Time high
74h
Get Error Code Text Stringlet
Command Table
80h
Command Table: Save to Flash
81h
Command Table: Delete All Entries (RAM)
82h
Command Table: Delete Entry
83h
Command Table: Write Entry
84h
Command Table: Write Entry Data
85h
Command Table: Get Entry
86h
Command Table: Get Entry Data
87h
Get Presence List of Entries 0..31 from RAM
88h
Get Presence List of Entries 32..63 from RAM
89h
Get Presence List of Entries 64..95 from RAM
8Ah
Get Presence List of Entries 96..127 from RAM
8Bh
Get Presence List of Entries 128..159 from RAM
8Ch
Get Presence List of Entries 160..191 from RAM
8Dh
Get Presence List of Entries 192..223 from RAM
8Eh
Get Presence List of Entries 224..255 from RAM
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Parameter Status
00h
02h
04h
05h
Description
OK, done
Command Running / Busy
Block not finished (Curve Service)
Busy
C0h
C1h
C2h
C3h
C5h
C6h
UPID Error
Parameter Type Error
Range Error
Address Usage Error
Error: Command 21h “Get next UPID List item” was executed
without prior execution of “Start Getting UPID Lis”
End of UPID List reached (no next UPID List item found)
D0h
D1h
D4h
Odd Address
Size Error (Curve Service)
Curve already defined / Curve not present (Curve Service)
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Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Overview Parameter access:
DO
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter UPID
Parameter Value Low
Parameter Value High
DI
Parameter Channel Status
Parameter UPID
Parameter Value Low
Parameter Value High
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Overview Curve access:
DO
Parameter Channel Control
Curve Number
Data Value Low / Info Block size
Data Value High / Data Block size
DI
Parameter Channel Status
Curve Number
Data Value Low / Info Block size
Data Value High / Data Block size
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Start getting UPID List:
DO
Parameter Channel Control
Start UPID (search from this UPID)
-
DI
Parameter Channel Status
-
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get next UPID List item:
DO
Parameter Channel Control
-
DI
Parameter Channel Status
UPID found
Address Usage
-
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Life Parameter
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
RAM Read
12
RAM Write
13
ROM Read
14
ROM Write
15
calculationNot used for Hash
Address Usage:
3
2
1
0
Start getting Modified UPID List (Command ID 22h):
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Start UPID (search from this UPID)
-
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Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get next Modified UPID List item (Command ID 23h):
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
UPID found
Data Value Low
Data Value High
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get Error Log Entry Counter (Command ID 70h):
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Number of Logged Errors
Number of Occurred Errors
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get Error Log Entry Error Code (Command ID 71h):
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Entry Number (0..20)
Entry Number
Logged Error Code
-
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get Error Log Entry Time Low (Command ID 72h):
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Entry Number (0..20)
Entry Number
Entry Time Low Word
Entry Time Mid Low Word
Get Error Log Entry Time High (Command ID 73h):
Word DO
DI
1.
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
2.
Entry Number (0..20)
Entry Number
3.
Entry Time Mid High Word
4.
Entry Time High Word
The Error Log Entry Time consists of 32Bit hours (Time High) and 32Bit ms (Time Low).
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get Error Code Text Stringlet (Command ID 74h):
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Error Code
Error code
Stringlet Number (0..7)
Stringlet Byte 0 and 1
Stringlet Byte 2 and 3
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Command Table: Save to Flash (Command ID 75h):
Word DO
DI
1.
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
2.
3.
4.
For this command, the MC software must be stopped (with command “35h: Stop MC and
Application Software”).
The PROFIBUS Interface will stay active while the MC software is stopped.
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Command Table: Delete All Entries (RAM) (Command ID 81h)
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
-
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Command Table: Delete Entry (Command ID 82h):
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Entry Number
Entry Number
-
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Command Table: Write Entry (Command ID 83h)
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Entry Number
Entry Number
Block Size (even number of bytes)
Block Size
-
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Command Table: Write Entry Data (Command ID 84h)
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Entry Number
Entry Number
Data
Data
Data
Data
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
Command Table: Get Entry (Command ID 85h)
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Entry Number
Entry Number
Block Size
-
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
PROFIBUS Interface
Command Table: Get Entry Data (Command ID 86h)
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Entry Number
Entry Number
Data
Data
Command Table: Get Entry List (0..7) (Command IDs 87h .. 8Eh)
DO
DI
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter Channel Status
Offset in bytes
Bit field (Bit set= undefined / Bit cleared =
used)
Bit field (Bit set= undefined / Bit cleared =
used)
Further documentation on how to configure a drive by fieldbus and handle curves
can be found on the additional manual “Parameterization of LinMot E1100 drives
over Fieldbus Interfaces”.
With STEP7 from Siemens the module “Universal Module” must never be
configured.
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7 State Machine
Please refer to “User Manual Motion Control Software”.
8 PROFIBUS Diagnosis
The LinMot drive supports 12 bytes of diagnostic data. The diagnosis telegram is according
the following table:
Byte
0..5
6..7
8..9
10..11
Description
Data according PROFIBUS-DP standard
Extended Diagnosis Header and stuffing
Warn Word (see chapter 10 for description)
Error Code (see chapter 9 for description)
9 Error Codes
Please refer to “User Manual Motion Control Software” for the Error Codes of the MC
Software. The PROFIBUS Interface has the following additional Error Codes:
Error Code
Hexadecimal
C1h
C2h
C3h
Error Description
Fatal Error: Drive not supported
Config Error: Invalid MACID
DP Err: Connection lost
10 Warn Word
Please refer to “User Manual Motion Control Software”.
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11 Example for Siemens Simatic S7
The following example shows the homing procedure, the execution of a motion command
and the change of a parameter together with S7 and Simatic from Siemens:
11.1. Bus configuration (HW Config)
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11.2. Homing procedure
1. Release lock state: Control Word = 0000h (Only needed if StateVar MainState is 00h) :
StateVar MainState becomes 02h: Ready to Switch On
2. Homing: Control Word = 083Fh
StateVar MainState becomes 09h: Homing, Homing is finished if SubState becomes 0Fh
3. Enter Operational State: Control Word = 003Fh
StateVar MainState becomes 08h: Operation Enabled, Drive is ready for motion commands
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11.3. Execute Motion Command: VAI Go To Pos (010xh)
Name
Header
0101h
1. Par
2. Par
3. Par
4. Par
Description
Scaled Value
VAI Go To Pos (010xh)
257
Int. Value (HEX)
Target Position:
Maximal Velocity:
Acceleration:
Deceleration:
0007A120h
000F4240h
000F4240h
000F4240h
50mm
1m/s
10m/s^2
10m/s^2
In the case of \Parameters\PROFIBUS Interface\Byte/Word Order\MC CMD Intf Par
Order\not reversed (default setting):
In the case of \Parameters\PROFIBUS Interface\Byte/Word Order\MC CMD Intf Par
Order\ reversed:
To send the next command the count nibble has to be changed. The header for the next VAI
Go To Pos command is therefore 0100h.
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As it appears with LinMot-Talk after “Read Command” in the Control Panel:
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11.4. Change a Parameter of the Drive with the Parameter Channel
Module
Example task: Change the “Maximal Current” (UPID 13A6h) over Profibus while firmware is
running
Add module Parameter Channel [4 Word DI/DO]
As Command ID use 13h “Write RAM Value of Parameter by UPID”, Command Count 1
The UPID of “Maximal Current” is 13A6h. The internal scaling of the current value is 0.001A:
3A (Scaled) = 3000 (Int) = 0000088Bh (HEX)
Word
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Description
Parameter Channel Control
Parameter UPID
Parameter Value Low
Parameter Value High
Value (Hex)
1301h
13A6h
088Bh
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Check if parameter has been changed with LinMot-Talk.
Add a new User Defined variable by clicking on the button UPID and search for the UPID
13A6h
Hint: Consider the Command Count in the Parameter Channel Control. A new command is
only evaluated, if the value of the command count changes. In the easiest way bit 0 could be
toggled.
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12 Troubleshooting
If the PROFIBUS connection is not working, proceed as followed:
-
Is the correct firmware installed on the drive? When installing the firmware the
PROFIBUS interface must be selected. The actual firmware and configuration
software can always be downloaded from http://www.linmot.com
-
Is the node address correct (attention, the rotary switches are hexadecimal)?
The correct setting can be verified with LinMot-Talk in the variables section
under \PROFIBUS\Node Address
-
The interface switch S3.4 must be ON
-
When using a S7 PLC from Siemens, the “universal module” should never be
configured.
-
Check if the correct GSD file is used (LINM092D.GSD, which is provided
together with LinMot4Talk 4 in the subdirectory. \firmware\PROFIBUS\GSD).
NOTE: The drive Series E430-DP and E4030-DP have a different and
incompatible GSD file.
-
Check bus cabling and termination.
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S3
ON – OFF
Interface
CAN Term
RS485 Term
RS485/232
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13 Contact Addresses
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