Operation Instructions

Operation Instructions
AS-i Safety Monitor
2012/08 - 607023
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make technical changes
Version 3.10 with Muting functionality
SAFE IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION
Table of Contents
Explanation of symbols ........................................................................................................ 5
1.2
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................... 5
1.3
Standards............................................................................................................................. 6
1.4
Definition of terms ................................................................................................................ 7
1.5
Abbreviations ....................................................................................................................... 9
1.6
Brief description ................................................................................................................. 10
1.7
Different types of AS-interface safety monitors.................................................................. 14
2
Safety ................................................................................................................................ 19
2.1
Proper use and foreseeable misuse .................................................................................. 19
2.1.1
2.1.2
Proper use.............................................................................................................................. 19
Foreseeable misuse ............................................................................................................... 22
2.2
Qualified personnel ............................................................................................................ 22
2.3
Responsibility for safety ..................................................................................................... 23
2.4
Disclaimer .......................................................................................................................... 23
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.5
2.5.1
Residual risks (EN ISO 12100-1) ........................................................................................... 23
Areas of application................................................................................................................ 24
Additional safety notices for the "Muting" special function ................................................. 24
Safety Notices for Muting applications ................................................................................... 25
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Muting via AS-interface ................................................................................................... 28
3.1
Optoelectronic Protective Devices for Muting applications ................................................ 28
3.2
Usage examples ................................................................................................................ 29
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
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General Information ........................................................................................................... 5
1.1
4-sensor sequential muting (sequence-controlled muting)..................................................... 29
2-sensor parallel muting (time-controlled muting) .................................................................. 30
System design and Muting modes ..................................................................................... 31
System design........................................................................................................................ 31
4-sensor sequential muting .................................................................................................... 33
2-sensor parallel muting ......................................................................................................... 36
Muting time limit – Muting timeout.......................................................................................... 38
Muting restart - Override mode .............................................................................................. 38
Muting status .......................................................................................................................... 41
3.4
Mounting the Muting system components ......................................................................... 42
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Specifications................................................................................................................... 45
4.1
General technical data ....................................................................................................... 45
4.2
Safety-relevant characteristic data..................................................................................... 49
4.3
Dimensioned drawings....................................................................................................... 54
4.4
Scope of delivery ............................................................................................................... 54
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Mounting ........................................................................................................................... 55
5.1
Mounting in the switching cabinet ...................................................................................... 55
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Electrical connection ASM1/1, ASM1E/1 and ASM1E-m/1 ........................................... 58
6.1
Terminal assignment.......................................................................................................... 58
6.2
Connection overview.......................................................................................................... 60
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Electrical connection ASM1/2, ASM1E/2 and ASM1E-m/2 ........................................... 61
7.1
Terminal assignment.......................................................................................................... 61
7.2
Connection overview.......................................................................................................... 63
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Electrical connection ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1 and ASM2E-m/2 ................... 64
8.1
Terminal assignment.......................................................................................................... 64
8.2
Connection overview.......................................................................................................... 66
Connection for actuator monitoring.........................................................................................68
Connection for coupling to another AS-interface network ......................................................69
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Electrical Connection of All Types................................................................................. 70
9.1
AS-interface bus connection .............................................................................................. 70
9.2
Serial interface ................................................................................................................... 71
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Function and Commissioning ........................................................................................ 72
10.1
Function and operating modes .......................................................................................... 72
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
10.2
Start-up operation ...................................................................................................................72
Configuration operation ..........................................................................................................73
Protective operation................................................................................................................73
Display and operating elements......................................................................................... 74
10.3
Switching on the device ..................................................................................................... 75
10.4
Device configuration and parameterization........................................................................ 75
10.5
Technical safety documentation for the application ........................................................... 76
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Maintenance ..................................................................................................................... 77
11.1
Checking for safe shutdown............................................................................................... 77
12
Status Display, Errors and Error Rectification.............................................................. 78
12.1
Status display on the device / error diagnosis on the PC .................................................. 78
12.2
Troubleshooting tips........................................................................................................... 78
12.3
Error release with the "Service" button .............................................................................. 78
12.4
Replacing defective safe AS-interface slaves.................................................................... 79
12.4.1
12.4.2
Replacing a defective safe AS-interface slave .......................................................................79
Replacing several defective safe AS-interface slaves ............................................................80
12.5
Replacing a defective AS-interface safety monitor ............................................................ 82
12.6
What to do if you forget the password ............................................................................... 83
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Diagnostics via AS-interface .......................................................................................... 84
13.1
General procedure ............................................................................................................. 84
13.2
Telegrams .......................................................................................................................... 85
13.2.1
13.2.2
13.2.3
13.3
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Diagnostics of AS-interface safety monitor.............................................................................85
Diagnosis of devices, sorted according to OSSD ...................................................................89
Diagnosis of devices, unsorted...............................................................................................91
Example: Querying with diagnostics sorted according to OSSD ....................................... 93
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8.2.2
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EC Declaration of Conformity ......................................................................................... 94
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Figure 1.1: Safe and standard components in an AS-interface network ................................................. 10
Figure 1.2: Example - Monitoring of 2 decentral AS-interface actuator groups....................................... 11
Figure 1.3: Example - Monitoring of 2 decentral AS-interface actuator groups....................................... 12
Figure 3.1: Variants of the Optoelectronic Protective Device for Muting applications ............................. 28
Figure 3.2: 4-sensor sequential muting application at a robot station ..................................................... 29
Figure 3.3: 2-sensor Parallel Muting application at a palletizer system .................................................. 30
Figure 3.4: Principle system design for Muting via AS-interface, 2-sensor Parallel Muting .................... 31
Figure 3.5: System arrangement for 4-sensor sequential muting ........................................................... 34
Figure 3.6: Time diagram: 4-sensor sequential muting ........................................................................... 35
Figure 3.7: System arrangement for 2-sensor Parallel Muting ................................................................ 37
Figure 3.8: Time diagram: 2-sensor Parallel Muting ............................................................................... 37
Figure 3.9: Arrangement of the Muting sensors, 4-sensor Sequential Muting ........................................ 43
Figure 3.10: Arrangement of Muting sensors MS2 and MS3 .................................................................... 43
Figure 3.11: Arrangement of the Muting sensors, 2-sensor Parallel Muting ............................................. 44
Figure 4.1: Example 1 - Calculation of the system reaction time ............................................................ 52
Figure 4.2: Example 2 - Calculation of the system reaction time ............................................................ 52
Figure 4.3: Example 3 - Calculation of the system reaction time ............................................................ 53
Figure 4.4: Example 4 - Calculation of the system reaction time ............................................................ 53
Figure 4.5: Dimensions ........................................................................................................................... 54
Figure 5.1: Mounting ............................................................................................................................... 55
Figure 5.2: Removable connection terminals .......................................................................................... 56
Figure 5.3: Removing and mounting encoded connection terminals ...................................................... 56
Figure 5.4: Mounting accessories for sealing the device ........................................................................ 57
Figure 6.1: Terminal arrangement / block diagram of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM1/1, ASM1E/1 and ASM1E-m/1 ..................................................................................... 58
Figure 6.2: Connection overview of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM1/1, ASM1E/1 and ASM1E-m/1 ..................................................................................... 60
Figure 7.1: Terminal arrangement / block diagram of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2 and ASM1E-m/2 ..................................................................................... 61
Figure 7.2: Connection overview of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2 and ASM1E-m/2 ..................................................................................... 63
Figure 8.1: Terminal arrangement / block diagram of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1 and ASM2E-m/2 ............................................................. 64
Figure 8.2: Connection overview of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1 and ASM2E-m/2 ............................................................. 66
Figure 8.3: Connection of the terminals of the safe AS-interface output for actuator monitoring ............ 68
Figure 8.4: Connection of the terminals of the safe AS-interface output for network coupling................ 69
Figure 9.1: AS-interface cable variants ................................................................................................... 70
Figure 9.2: Location of the RS 232C configuration interface................................................................... 71
Figure 10.1: Overview of device LEDs ...................................................................................................... 74
Figure 13.1: Querying with diagnostics sorted according to output circuit ................................................ 93
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Table of Figures
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General Information
1.1
Explanation of symbols
The symbols used in this operating manual are explained below.
Attention!
Pay attention to passages marked with this symbol. Failure to observe the provided instructions could lead to personal injury or damage to equipment.
Notice!
This symbol indicates text which contains important information.
1.2
Declaration of Conformity
The AS-interface safety monitor has been developed and manufactured in accordance with the
applicable European standards and directives.
Notice!
The corresponding Declaration of Conformity and prototype test certificate can be found at
the end of this operating manual.
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The manufacturer of the product possesses a certified quality assurance system in accordance with
ISO 9001.
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Standards
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• Draft: Fundamentals for the testing and certification of "Bus systems for the transmission of safetyrelevant messages"
• EN ISO 13849-1:2008/AC:2009 
- Safety of machines – safety-related elements of control systems - Part 1: General principles for
design
• EN 50295:1999
- Low-voltage switching devices; control-system and device interface systems; actuator sensor
interface (AS-interface)
• EN 60204-1:2006 +A1:2009 (extracts)
Safety of machines – electrical equipment for machines – Part 1: general requirements
• EN 60947-5-1:2004/A1:2009
- Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 5-1: control devices and switching elements;
electromechanical control devices
• EN 61496-1:2008/A1:2008
Safety of machines - Non-contact safety guards - Part 1 General requirements and testing
• EN 61508-1:2010
Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems - 
Parts 1-7
• EN 62061:2005/AC:2010
Safety of machines - Functional safety of electrical, electronic and programmable electronic safetyrelated control systems
• EN 50178:1997
Electronic equipment for use in power installations
• NFPA 79:2012 (excerpts)
Electrical standards for industrial machinery
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Definition of terms
Output switching element (safety output) of the AS-interface safety monitor
Element activated by the logic of the monitor which is able to safely switch off the downstream control elements. The output switching element may switch to or remain in the ON
state only when all components are functioning as intended.
Output circuit
Consists of the two logically connected output switching elements.
OSSD
The safe AS-interface components and functional components assigned to an output circuit.
They are responsible for releasing the machine element which generates the hazardous
movement.
Integrated slave
Component in which sensor and/or actuator functions are grouped together with the slave to
form a unit.
Configuration operation
Operating state of the safety monitor in which the configuration is loaded and checked.
Master
Component for data transmission that controls the logical and temporal behavior on the 
AS-interface line.
Proper, application-intended, time-limited suppression of the protective field’s safety function.
Muting restart
Initiation of the override mode after a muting fault (flashing muting indicator).
Parallel muting (time-controlled muting)
Muting is initiated if 2 defined muting sensor signals are activated within a defined time.
External device monitoring circuit (contactor monitoring)
The external device monitoring circuit makes possible the monitoring of the switching 
function of the contactors connected to the AS-interface safety monitor.
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Sequential muting (sequence-controlled muting)
Muting is initiated if 4 muting sensor signals are sequentially activated in a defined order
(muting sequence).
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Safety output
See output switching element.
Safe input slave
Slave which reads in the safe ON or OFF state of the connected sensor or command device
and transmits it to the master or safety monitor.
Safe output slave
Slave to which the safety-oriented ON or OFF state is transferred by the safety monitor
(released or disabled) and which controls a safe actuator for switching off or shutting down
while under voltage.
Safe slave
Slave for connecting safe sensors, actuators and other devices.
Safety monitor
Component which monitors the safe slaves and the correct function of the network.
Slave
Component for data transmission; the master cyclically addresses this component by its
address. Only then does it generate an answer.
Standard slave
Slave for connecting non-safe sensors, actuators and other devices.
Synchronization time
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The maximum permissible temporal offset between the occurrence of two events which are
dependent on one another.
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Abbreviations
Active Optoelectronic Protective Device
AS-interface
Actuator Sensor Interface
AOPD
Active Optoelectronic Protective Device
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Check
I/O
Input/Output
EDM
External Device Monitoring
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
ESD
Electrostatic Discharge
OSSD
Output Signal Switching Device
PELV
Protective Extra-Low Voltage
PFD
Probability of Failure on Demand
PLC
Programmable Logic Control
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Brief description
The actuator-sensor interface (AS-interface) has established itself as a system for networking primarily binary sensors and actuators at the lowest level of the automation hierarchy. The high number of
installed systems, the ease of use and the reliable operating behavior also make the AS-interface
interesting in the area of machine safety.
The safe AS-interface system is intended for safety applications up to Category 4 / PL e in accordance with ISO 13849-1. Mixed operation of standard components and safe components is possible.
The AS-interface safety monitor monitors within an AS-interface system the safe slaves which have
been assigned according to the configuration specified by the user with the configuration software.
Depending on the device model, up to two dependent or independent OSSDs, each with external
device monitoring circuit, are available. In the event of a stop request or a defect, the AS-interface
safety monitor safely switches off the system in protective operation mode with a maximum reaction
time of 40 ms.
Standard PLC with
standard AS-interface
master
Safety
monitor
Standard
module
AS-interface
power supply
unit
Safety emergency
shutdown switches
Safety
module
Protective photoelectric light barrier
Safety position
switch
Protective photoelectric sensor
Standard
module
Figure 1.1: Safe and standard components in an AS-interface network
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Multiple AS-interface safety monitors can be used within an AS-interface system. In this way, a safe
slave can be monitored by multiple AS-interface safety monitors.
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System expansion - decentral, safe AS-interface output slaves
With the system expansion focused on the safe connection of decentral, safe AS-interface output
slaves acc. to IEC 61508 SIL 3, additional device models with a safe AS-interface output are made
available. These models (ASM2E/1 / ASM2E/2) are used in the following applications:
1.
Safe integration and monitoring of AS-interface actuators or AS-interface actuator groups, e.g.
for enabling motor starters or valve units through the safe AS-interface output of the safety
monitor.
ASM2E/1
ASM2E/2
ASM2E/1
ASM2E/2
Host
+
Master
Safe 
AS-interface 
output
15A
31
15B
Safe AS-interface actuator/group 1
Safe slave address:
31
Standard A/B slave address: 15A/15B
30
17
30
18
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Safe 
AS-interface 
output
19
Safe AS-interface actuator/group 2
Safe slave address:
30
Standard A/B slave address: 17/18/19
Figure 1.2: Example - Monitoring of 2 decentral AS-interface actuator groups
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Notice!
An AS-interface safety monitor can only monitor one actuator group.
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2.
Coupling of AS-interface networks for the safe transmission of the state of an AS-interface
safety monitor from one AS-interface network to another AS-interface network via the AS-interface using the function of the AS-interface safety monitor as a safe AS-interface input slave.
This can be used, for example, for the creation of hierarchal networks for the realization of a
system stop which functions across an AS-interface network or for the implementation of a system restart from one location.
ASM2E/1
ASM2E/2
Start
AS-interface
Network 1
Safe 
AS-interface 
output
Host
+
double master
ASM1/1
AS-interface
Network 2
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Figure 1.3: Example - Monitoring of 2 decentral AS-interface actuator groups
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System expansion - Muting via AS-interface
The "Muting" function range of the AS-interface safety monitor offers the possibility of the proper,
application-intended and time-limited bridging of the protective function of the Safety Light Curtain/
Multiple Light Beam Safety Device/Transceiver used for access guarding the danger zone by connecting 2 or 4 Muting sensors, e.g if material is to be transported through the protective field into or out of
the danger zone.
The integration of the muting function in the AS-i safety monitor offers a particularly economical and
flexible automation solution: the peripheral sensor equipment required for muting evaluation of the
system, consisting of muting and protective sensor, can be queried directly via AS-interface.
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Depending on the number of required AS-interface addresses, multiple muting ranges can be configured and diagnosed on a system via a single AS-i safety monitor. The adjustable Muting modes can
be changed at any time by means of the asimon configuration software.
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Different types of AS-interface safety monitors
The AS-interface safety monitor has been further developed and expanded in functionality since the
start of production in 2001.
The safety monitor is available in a total of 6 versions which differ with regard to the functions provided
by the operating software and the initial configuration.
Notice!
A detailed description of all of the functions for the AS-interface safety monitor device
versions listed in the following can be found in the user manual supplied with the asimon
configuration software.
Versions of the operating software, version 2.0
The "Basic" and "Enhanced" function ranges differ as follows:
"Basic"
"Enhanced"
Number of functional devices at logic level
32
48
OR gates (inputs)
2
6
AND gates (inputs)
no
6
Safe time function, switch-on and switch-off delay
no
yes
Function "button"
no
yes
Safety guard/module with debouncing
no
yes
Safety guard with lock
no
yes
Deactivation of functional devices
yes
yes
Reset of error condition
yes
yes
Diagnostics stop
yes
yes
Support of A/B technology for non-safe slaves
yes
yes
New functional devices (flip-flop, pulse on pos. edge, etc.)
no
yes
Dummy device (NOP)
no
yes
Table 1.1:
"Basic" and "Enhanced" function ranges
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Notice!
Device versions of operating software 2.0 are backwards compatible with device versions of
the first version of the operating software 1.1 with the "Basic" function range.
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New features beginning with Version 2.1 of the operating software
zero sequence detection
door lock by means of delay time 
door lock by means of zero-speed relay and delay time 
activation via standard slave
activation via monitor input
operational switching by means of monitor input
double channel dependent with debouncing
double channel independent
ASM1/1
ASM1E/1
ASM1/2
ASM1E/2
Features of device versions
Function range
Number of output circuits
"Basic"
"Enhanced"
1
ASM1/1
ASM1E/1
2
ASM1/2
ASM1E/2
Features of device versions ASM1/1 … ASM1E/2
Notice!
Device versions of operating software 2.1 are backwards compatible with device versions of
operating software 1.1 and 2.0.
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New features beginning with Version 3.0 of the operating software
In addition to the previous device types ASM1/1 … ASM1E/2, also supported are two new device
types of version 3 (ASM2E/1 and ASM2E/2) of the AS-interface safety monitor with safe AS-i output.
The following new features are included in version 3.0 of the operating software for the AS-interface
safety monitor:
• Support of safe AS-i transmission for controlling safe AS-interface actuators
• Coupling of multiple safe AS-interface networks through the function of the safety monitor as a
safe input slave (only for new device types with safe AS-interface output)
• Monitoring device Double channel dependent with filtering
• Manual entry of the code sequences for safe AS-interface slaves
• Availability of the standard out bit of the master for the safe slaves and the slaves simulated
by the safety monitor for operational switching tasks (acknowledgments, enabling, unlocking,
etc.)
Output configuration
Device types ASM2E/1 and ASM2E/2:two separately switchable output circuits
Features of device versions
Function range "Enhanced"
Output circuit 1
Number of output
circuits
Table 1.3:
2
Output circuit 2
ASM2E/1
Relay
Safe AS-i output
ASM2E/2
Relay
Relay + safe AS-i output
Features of device versions ASM2E/1 and ASM2E/2
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Device versions of operating software 3.0 are backwards compatible with device versions of
operating software 1.1, 2.0 and 2.1.
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New features beginning with operating software version 3.08 Muting
Beginning with Version 3.08 of the operating software for the AS-interface safety monitor, the "double
channel dependent with debouncing" monitoring device is replaced within the device by the "double
channel dependent with filtering" monitoring device.
In addition to the previous device types — ASM1E/1 … ASM2E/2 with "Extended" function range —
4 new device types of version 3 (ASM1E-m/1 … ASM2E-m/2) of the AS-interface safety monitor
with Muting functionality are also supported.
The following new features are included in version 3.08 of the operating software of the AS-interface
safety monitor with muting functionality:
•
•
•
•
Support of 2-sensor parallel muting
Support of 4-sensor sequential muting
Monitoring of multiple muting ranges (e.g. entry-exit applications of palleting systems)
The following adjustment options in muting mode:
• Monitorable time difference of the two muting sensors (2-sensor parallel muting only)
• Direction control of the transport material (4-sensor sequential muting only)
• Forward only
• Direction change outside and inside of the muting range
• Tight muting sequence (for areas of the conveyor system with very limited space)
• Premature end of muting
• Tolerated interruption time of the muting sensor signal (signal filter)
• Monitorable muting timeout and interruption of the timeout by means of adjustable standard
AS-interface information
• Selectable muting enable by means of adjustable standard AS-i information
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Function range "Extended with muting"
Output circuit 1
Number of output
circuits
Table 1.4:
1
2
Output circuit 2
ASM1E-m/1
Relay
–
ASM2E-m/1
Relay
Safe AS-i output
ASM1E-m/2
Relay
Relay
ASM2E-m/2
Relay
Relay + safe AS-i output
Features of device versions ASM1E-m/1 to ASM2E-m/2
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Notice!
Device versions of operating software 3.08 with muting are downward compatible with
device versions of operating software 1.1, 2.0, 2.1 and 3.0.
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New features in software version 3.10 Muting
The following new features are included in version 3.10 of the operating software for the AS-i safety
monitor with muting:
• Diagnostics device for safety-oriented AS-i output slaves (actuator diagnostics)
• Transmission of diagnostic information of the safety-oriented AS-i actuator through the 
AS-i safety monitor as a display in the asimon configuration software
• Transmission of diagnostic information of the safety-oriented AS-i actuator via the 
AS-interface for evaluation in the superior control (PLC)
• External device monitoring circuit module External device monitoring circuit for safe output slave
with Activate operational switching selection for the safety-oriented AS-interface actuator
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Device versions of operating software 3.10 with muting are backwards compatible with
device versions of operating software 1.1, 2.0, 2.1 and 3.0x.
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Safety
Before the safety monitor is used, a risk evaluation acc. to valid standards must be performed (e.g.
ISO 14121, EN ISO 12100-1, ISO 13849-1, IEC 61508, EN 62061). The result of the risk evaluation
determines the necessary safety level of the safety monitor (see table in chapter 2.1.1). For mounting,
operation and testing, document "AS-i safety monitor V 3.10 M" as well as all applicable national and
international standards, guidelines, regulations and directives must be observed. Relevant documents
included in delivery must be observed, printed and given to the affected staff.
Read the documents applicable to your tasks completely before starting work on the safety monitor
and observe the information in them at all times.
The following national and international legal provisions in particular apply for start-up, technical tests
and handling of safety sensors:
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Machinery directive 2006/42/EC
Low voltage directive 2006/95/EC
Electromagnetic compatibility 2004/108/EC
Work equipment directive 89/655/EEC with supplement 95/63 EC
OSHA 1910 sub-part 0
Safety regulations
Accident-prevention regulations and safety rules
Industrial safety regulation and employment protection act
Equipment safety act
Notice!
Local agencies can also provide safety-relevant information 
(e.g. occupational safety and health inspectorate, employer's liability insurance association,
labor inspectorate, OSHA).
Proper use and foreseeable misuse
Warning!
Running machines can cause serious injuries!
Make sure that the system is securely shut down and protected against restarting during all
retrofitting, maintenance work and tests.
2.1.1 Proper use
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• The safety monitor may only be used after it has been selected in accordance with the respective
applicable manuals, the relevant regulations, standards and guidelines on industrial safety and
safety at work and mounted, connected, started up and tested by a qualified person.
• When selecting the safety monitor, it must be ensured that its safety-relevant performance is equal
to or higher than the necessary Performance Level PLr determined in the risk evaluation.
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Safety
The following table displays the safety-relevant characteristics of the AS-i safety monitor.
Type in acc. with IEC/EN 61496-1
Type 4
SIL in acc. with IEC 61508
SIL 3
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PFD in acc. with IEC 61508 for ASM1/1, ASM1/2,
ASM1E/1, ASM1E/2, ASM1E-m/1, ASM1E-m/2
6.1 • 10-5
PFD1) in acc. with IEC 61508 for ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2,
ASM2E-m/1, ASM2E-m/2
7.2 • 10-5
Average probability of a dangerous failure per hour 
(PFHd ) depending on the average annual number of
switching cycles of the relays nop2) 3)
nop = 10,500:
9.1 • 10-9 1/h
nop = 28,000:
nop = 66,000:
2.1 • 10-8 1/h
5.0 • 10-8 1/h
Performance Level (PL) in acc. with ISO 13849-1: 2008
PL e
Category in acc. with ISO 13849-1: 2008
Cat. 4
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2)
The specified PFD values are based on a maximum request rate of the safety function of 1 time a
year. In case of lower request rates, the switch-off of the safety monitor must be inspected in an annual
test.
nop = average number of annual actuations, see C.4.2 and C.4.3 of ISO 13849-1: 2009
Use the following formula when calculating the average annual number of actuations:
n op =  d op  h op  3600s/h   t Zyklus
• The safety monitor monitors the mandatory emergency shutdown function for all non-handoperated machines (Stop Category 0 or 1), the dynamic monitoring of the restart function and the
contactor control.
• Settings and changes of the device configuration via PC and asimon configuration software must
only be performed by an authorized safety officer.
• The password for changing a device configuration is to be held under lock and key by the safety
officer.
• Combined with safety sensors, the safety monitor safeguards danger areas or points of operation.
• It must be possible to intervene in the control of the machine or system to be safeguarded by electrical means. A switch-off command initiated by a safety monitor must result in an immediate shutdown of the dangerous movement.
• The "Reset" acknowledgment button for unlocking the start-up/restart interlock must be mounted in
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When doing so, assume the following is true concerning the use of the component:
hop = average number of hours of operation per day
dop = average number of days of operation per year
tcycle = average amount of time between the beginning of two subsequent cycles of the component
(e.g. switching of a valve) in seconds per cycle
The specified PFHd values are based on 100% nominal load (contact load AC15/DC13). PFHd values
for small nominal loads on request.
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such a way that the entire danger area can be seen.
• The functional devices with start function in the asimon configuration and diagnostics software are
used for assigning an automatic start-up, a start-up and/or restart interlock of the safety outputs of
the AS-interface safety monitor. An active start-up/restart interlock can be released depending on
the type of configuration by asimon through application of a reset button connected directly to the
safety monitor or through the signal transmission of a start command via AS-interface. Use this
function to monitor the start-up or restart of the safety monitor. When using a start function with
automatic start-up through configuration using asimon, it must be ensured that no dangerous situation can arise during start-up of the machine/system or that a suitable start-up/restart interlock is
implemented on another place or with other measures.
• Message outputs (state outputs) may not be used for switching safety-relevant signals.
• The safety monitor is designed for installation in a switch cabinet or protective housing with a protection class of at least IP 54.
• Depending on the external wiring, dangerous voltages can be present at the switching outputs. In
addition to the power supply, these must be switched off and safeguarded against being switched
back on prior to all work on the safety monitor.
• The operating instructions must be included with the documentation of the machine on which the
protective device is installed so that they are available to the operator at all times.
• In the event of changes to the safety monitor, all warranty claims against the manufacturer of the
safety monitor are voided.
• The safety monitor must be tested regularly by competent personnel.
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• The safety distance between the AOPD and the point of operation is to be maintained. It is calculated according to the formulas for machine-specific C standards or given in the general B1 standard ISO 13855. Not only the reaction time of the AS-i safety monitor but also the braking time of
the machine must be taken into account.
• 2 switching contacts are always to be looped into the switching circuit of the machine. To prevent
wear and tear, relay switching contacts must be protected externally according to the technical
data.
• The safety monitor must be exchanged after a maximum of 20 years. Repairs or exchange of wear
parts do not lengthen the lifespan.
• The safety monitor corresponds to the requirements of safety category 4 in acc. with ISO 13849-1.
If a safety sensor or a safety actuator of a lower safety category is connected, the overall category
for the corresponding control path can not be higher than that of the connected safety sensor or
safety actuator.
• The safety sensor must be disposed of accordingly. Observe the local regulations regarding disposal of the product.
2.1.2 Foreseeable misuse
Any use other than that defined under the "intended use" or which goes beyond that use is considered
improper use!
E.g.
• Applications in explosive or easily flammable atmospheres
• Use on machines with long standstill times
Warning!
Such instances can jeopardize the health and lives of the personnel operating the machinery
and/or may cause damage to property.
2.2
Qualified personnel
Prerequisites for competent personnel:
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• Has completed an applicable technical training program.
• Knows the rules and guidelines on industrial safety, safety at work and safety technology and can
assess machine safety.
• Is familiar with the instructions for the safety monitor and machine.
• Has been instructed by the responsible person on the mounting and operation of the machine and
of the safety monitor.
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2.3
Responsibility for safety
Manufacturer and operating company must ensure that the machine and implemented safety monitor
function properly and that all affected persons are adequately informed and trained.
The type and content of all imparted information must not lead to unsafe actions by users.
The manufacturer of the machine is responsible for:
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Safe construction of the machine
Safe implementation of the safety monitor
Imparting all relevant information to the operator
Adhering to all regulations and directives for the safe commissioning of the machine
The operator of the machine is responsible for:
Instructing the operating personnel
Maintaining the safe operation of the machine
Adhering to all regulations and directives on industrial safety and safety at work
Regular testing by competent personnel
2.4
Disclaimer
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG is not liable in the following cases:
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Safety monitor is not being used properly.
Safety notices are not adhered to.
Reasonably foreseeable misuse is not taken into account.
Mounting and electrical connection are not properly performed.
Proper function is not tested.
Changes (e.g. constructional modifications) are made to the safety monitor.
The wiring suggestions shown in this manual have been tested with utmost care. The relevant
standards and regulations are adhered to if the shown components and appropriate wiring are used.
Residual risks remain if:
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• the suggested wiring concept is not adhered to and, as a result, the connected safety-relevant
components or protective devices are not or are inadequately integrated into the safety circuit.
• relevant safety regulations specified for the operation, adjustment and maintenance of the machine
are not adhered to by the operator. Here, the inspection and maintenance intervals for the machine
should be strictly adhered to.
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2.4.1 Residual risks (EN ISO 12100-1)
Safety
2.4.2 Areas of application
Examples for the use of the AS-interface safety monitor:
The safety monitor is used commercially in machines and systems in which the standard AS-interface bus functions as the local bus. Thus, by using the safety monitor as a bus subscriber, existing
AS-interface bus configurations can be expanded easily and safety elements with corresponding
"AS-interface safety at work" interface easily integrated. If a safety component does not have an
"AS-interface safety at work" interface, a so-called coupling module can be used to make the connection. Existing AS-interface master and AS-interface power supply units can continue to be used.
There are no branch-specific restrictions. Several of the primary areas of application are listed here:
• Machine tools
• Expanded machining machines with multiple control elements and safety sensors for wood and
metal applications
• Printing and paper processing machines, cutting machines
• Packaging machines, single and as part of a system
• Food processing equipment
• Piece and bulk material transport systems
• Machinery in the rubber and plastics industry
• Assembly machines and manipulators
2.5
Additional safety notices for the "Muting" special function
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• Muting is the proper suppression of the safety function of an AOPD to e.g. allow a material flow
through the protected field without creating a switching signal. Emergency shutdown command
devices may not be muted.
• The protective function of this AOPD is overridden during the muting function! It must therefore be
ensured in another way that, during the muting process, either access to the point of operation is
impossible, e.g. because the material transport prevents access to the point of operation or, during
the time of muting, no danger is present, e.g. during the return motion of a tool.
• The muting sensors must be arranged in such a way that manipulation with simple means is ruled
out. As optical sensors, they can be attached high enough or far enough from one another that
they cannot be covered by the operating personnel, or not at the same time. Concealed installation
is recommended for switches.
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2.5.1 Safety Notices for Muting applications
Muting when using optoelectronic protective sensors (AOPD)
Vertically mounted optoelectronic protective sensors, such as Safety Light Curtains or Multiple Light
Beam Safety Devices, are used primarily as access guards for danger zones. By means of additional
sensor signals, the protective field effect can be suppressed for a limited time (Muting), e.g. during
material transport in or out of the danger zone. The monitoring of Muting sensors and protective sensor is performed here by the AS-i Safety Monitor with Muting function range.
Safety Light Curtains with 14 mm resolution detect a finger, hand, arm or body; those with 30 mm resolution detect a hand, arm or body of a person who has entered the danger zone and can, thus, be
mounted closer to the danger zone than Safety Light Curtains with 50 mm or 90 mm resolution or
Multiple Light Beam Safety Devices or so-called Transceivers (transmitter-receiver systems in a
device column integrated with Passive Deflecting Mirrors) that, due to their larger beam spacing, only
detect the body of a person. Applicable for all version types is the fact that they only detect people
during entry, not their presence in the danger zone! Upon interruption of a light beam or multiple light
beams by a person, the control must, therefore, reliably lock.
For access guarding, the start-up/restart interlock function is, therefore, mandatory! Here, the start-/
restart button for unlocking the start-up/restart interlock or Muting restart function must be located outside of the danger zone in such a way that it cannot be accessed from within the danger zone and so
that the entire danger zone can be seen from its mounting location.
Before unlocking the start-up/restart interlock or the Muting restart, the operating person must have
assured himself that no one is located within the danger zone.
Muting must only be activated temporarily and only as long as the access to the danger zone is
blocked by the transport material. If the distance between transmitter and receiver or Transceiver and
Passive Deflecting Mirror is greater than the width of the transport material, thereby enabling a person
to enter the danger zone alongside the transport material during Muting, measures must be taken to
detect entry and bring the dangerous movement to a standstill. PS mats or swing doors monitored with
safety switches have been tried, tested and proven here. Such measures prevent injuries caused, for
example, by crushing in the access area.
Muting must be automatic; it may not, however, be dependent on a single sensor signal, nor may it be
fully dependent on software signals. Alternatively, a combination of sensor signal and independent
software signal can be used.
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The Muting function must be released immediately after the transport material has passed through,
so that anybody passing through behind the transport material will be detected by the protective
device.
Acc. to IEC 62046, initiating the bridging of a muting safety sensor (AOPD) may only be done a short
distance in front of an object to be muted and this sensor must be deactivated again shortly after the
object passes through. The gap which results from this (acc. to IEC 62046, max. 200 mm is permissible) may not be large enough for a person to pass the muted safety system in front of or behind the
transport material.
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The Muting sensors must be selected and arranged in such a way that they cannot be simultaneously
and unintentionally activated by a single person.
Safety
If a signal triggered by a PLC is used as the muting signal (instead of a second built-in muting sensor),
the following conditions apply:
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The PLC muting signal may not be triggered by a person and
The PLC muting signal must be reset before the transport material has finished passing
through.
The d5 distance measured between the optical axis of the AOPD and the intersection of the two light
beams of the bridging sensors should be as small as is practical to prevent persons from entering the
danger area undetected by directly following the pallet or the transport system. A distance
d5 = 200 mm is recommended.
The bridging sensors should be installed close enough to the AOPD so that a person who tries to enter
the danger area by directly preceding or following the pallet or the transport system with <200 mm is
detected.
Muting via AS-i with optoelectronic safety sensors (AOPD)
Muting via AS-interface must only be triggered upon activation of 2 independent muting sensor signals
or muting sensor signals and muting software signals if, depending on the safety category required for
the machine or system acc. to ISO 13849-1, the integration of these muting signals satisfies:
Integration of the muting sensor signals via AS-interface up to safety category 2
acc. to ISO 13849-1 (Performance Level max. PL d)
• 2-sensor parallel muting (time controlled)
Both Muting sensor signals (MS1, MS2) can be integrated together via a standard AS-interface
input module (input slave) and transmitted for evaluation through the AS-interface safety monitor via
AS-interface. Alternatively, one signal can be transmitted via a Muting sensor connected to a
standard AS-interface input module and a second independent software signal can be transmitted
directly by the control via the AS-interface master (AS-interface master output bit).
• 4-sensor sequential muting (sequence controlled)
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The muting sensor signals (MS1 … MS4) can be integrated together via a standard AS-interface
input module (input slave) and transmitted for evaluation through the AS-interface safety monitor via
AS-interface. Alternatively, two signals (via MS2, MS3) can be transmitted via a standard AS-interface input module and two independent software signals (MS1, MS4) can be transmitted directly by
the control via the AS-interface master (AS-interface master output bits).
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Integration of the muting sensor signals via AS-interface for safety category 3 and
4 acc. to ISO 13849-1 (Performance Level max. PL e)
• 2-sensor parallel muting (time controlled)
The Muting signals of the two required Muting sensors must be integrated by means of separate integration of the two Muting sensors via a standard AS-interface input module for each and transmitted
via AS-interface for evaluation by the AS-interface safety monitor. Alternatively, one Muting sensor
signal can be transmitted via a standard AS-interface input module and a second independent software signal can be transmitted directly by the control via the AS-interface master (AS-interface master
output bit).
• 4-sensor sequential muting (sequence controlled)
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Each of the Muting sensor signals (MS1 … MS4) must be integrated by means of separate integration
of two Muting sensors via a standard AS-interface input module and transmitted via AS-interface for
evaluation by the AS-interface safety monitor (MS1/MS3, MS2/MS4). Alternatively, two signals (MS2,
MS3) can be transmitted via a standard AS-interface input module and two independent software signals (MS1, MS4) can be transmitted directly by the control via the AS-interface master (AS-interface
master output bits).
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3.1
Optoelectronic Protective Devices for Muting applications
The protective device consists of a transmitter and a receiver or a transceiver with passive deflecting
mirror. Beginning with the first beam (= synchronization beam) after the display field, the transmitter
pulses beam for beam in rapid sequence. Synchronization between transmitter and receiver occurs
optically.
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Safety Light Curtain
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d
Multiple Light Beam Safety
Device
Transceiver with 
Passive Deflecting Mirror
Transmitter
Receiver
Transceiver
Passive Deflecting Mirror
Figure 3.1: Variants of the Optoelectronic Protective Device for Muting applications
The receiver/transceiver detects the specially shaped pulse packets of the transmitted beams and
opens the corresponding receiving elements in sequence in the same rhythm. In this way, a protective
field is created in the area between the transmitter and receiver. The height of the area is determined
by the geometric dimensions of the optical protective device; its width is determined by the distance
selected between transmitter and receiver within the permissible operating range.
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Attention!
For the connection and start-up of Safety Light Curtains and Multiple Light Beam Safety
Devices for Muting applications via AS-interface, knowledge of the technical description of
the used protective sensor (e.g. Safety Light Curtain or Light Beam Safety Device) is
necessary in addition to knowledge of the Connecting and Operating Instructions for the
AS-interface safety monitor.
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Usage examples
3.2.1 4-sensor sequential muting (sequence-controlled muting)
4-sensor sequential muting with Multiple Light Beam Safety Device (up to safety category 2 acc. to
ISO 13849-1), PL d.
Used components:
Muting safety monitoring unit
• AS-interface safety monitor ASM1E-m/1 with one output circuit and extended function range with
Muting
Protective sensor
• Multiple Light Beam Safety Device, 3-beam, for access guarding, with integrated AS-interface for
direct integration with the AS-interface network.
Muting sensors MS1 … MS4
• 4 MS1 … MS4 induction loops embedded in the floor. The induction loops are integrated in the
AS-interface network via a standard AS-interface 4E-input module.
Swing doors
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• 2 swing doors monitored by protective switches. Integrated in the AS-interface network via a safe
AS-interface input module, they prevent the crushing of people between the conveyor and the
support columns.
Figure 3.2: 4-sensor sequential muting application at a robot station
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3.2.2 2-sensor parallel muting (time-controlled muting)
2-sensor parallel muting with transceiver system (up to safety category 4 acc. to ISO 13849-1, PL e)
Used components:
Muting safety monitoring unit
• AS-interface safety monitor ASM1E-m/1 with one output circuit and extended function range with
Muting;
Protective sensor
• Multiple Light Beam Safety Device, 2-beam, implemented as transceiver, for access guarding, with
integrated AS-interface.
Muting sensors MS1 and MS4
• AS-interface retro-reflective photoelectric sensors as Muting sensors MS1 and MS2 with reflectors. As a result, the AS-interface connections of the sensor system (safety and Muting sensor) are
only necessary on one side. This connection technology saves costs in terms of material and time
during start-up.
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Figure 3.3: 2-sensor Parallel Muting application at a palletizer system
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System design and Muting modes
3.3.1 System design
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Host with Master
Muting
restart
Standard
module
Standard
module
Muting 
indicator
ASM1E-m/1 … ASM2E-m/2
Standard
module
Multiple Light Beam Safety Device
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Figure 3.4: Principle system design for Muting via AS-interface, 2-sensor Parallel Muting
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Used system components:
• AS-interface standard peripheral equipment (master device and AS-interface power supply unit).
• AS-interface safety monitor with muting function range ( ① ).
• Standard AS-interface input modules for connecting the muting sensors (e.g. retro-reflective
photoelectric sensors) ( ② ).
• Standard AS-interface input module for connecting a button for the muting start function (or for
override mode) ( ③ ) or
• Safe AS-interface input module for connecting a key switch for the safe Muting start function.
• Standard AS-interface output module for connecting a Muting indicator for signaling the running
Muting process.
• Multiple Light Beam Safety Device (e.g. 2-beam for body detection) with integrated AS-interface
interface (④) for direct connection to AS-interface or for connecting the sensor via a safe AS-interface input module ( ⑤ ).
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Muting modes
Via the asimon configuration software, the Muting type is selected and the available Muting parameters set.
2-sensor parallel muting
Adjustable
One direction
Direction change within muting range
4-sensor sequential muting
Direction change outside of muting range
Tight Muting sequence (at least 1 sensor between 
2 muting objects must be free)
With permitted interruption
Muting timeout
Without interruption
Not used
Muting Enable
Dynamic
Premature end of Muting determined by protective sensor (AOPD)
End of Muting
Muting end determined by the Muting sensor
Extension of the Muting time
Adjustable
Notice!
Details on the Muting parameters can be found in the User's Guide for the asimon configuration and diagnostics software.
Muting sensors
Muting is initiated by the Muting sensor signals. Examples of Muting sensors that may be used
include:
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• Light Beam Devices (transmitter/receiver or retro-reflective photoelectric sensors) whose beam
paths intersect behind the protective field within the danger zone.
• Light scanners that scan along the side of the transport material.
• Light Beam Device(s) and an acknowledgment signal from the conveyor drive or a PLC signal, provided both signals are activated within the simultaneity or sequence conditions set with asimon.
• Switching signals from induction loops that are activated e.g. by a high-lift truck.
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Notice!
Please note that, depending on the degree of expansion of the network, the filter time in the
AS-interface safety monitor may be as large as 25 ms (full expansion of the network) for
standard AS-interface signal inputs and AS-interface masterbit signals (AS-interface signal
outputs). Thus, this also applies for muting sensor signals whose brief signal lapses  25 ms
are not relevant for muting processing in the AS-interface safety monitor (for full expansion).
Attention!
In any case, the Muting sensors must be arranged in such a way that a person cannot be in
a position to activate the Muting function through simple manipulation.
3.3.2 4-sensor sequential muting
4-sensor sequential muting requires the connection of 4 muting sensors and their activation in a specified sequence. It is used primarily if the transport material or the transport equipment always has the
same dimensions and there is sufficient space for entry and exit. Sequential muting is initiated after
activation of the second muting sensor both in the MS1 –> MS2 –> MS3 –> MS4 sequence as well as
in the MS4 –> MS3 –> MS2 –> MS1 sequence (in setting: Direction change outside of muting
range).
Attention!
 When calculating the safety distance to be upheld between the muting safety sensor and
the point of operation, add both the sensor signal interruption time set via asimon and
the general filter time for AS-i I/O signals (in full system expansion of the AS-i network
 25 ms) to the system reaction time from the AS-i safety monitor and safety sensor (see
chapter "System reaction times – example calculations").
Attention!
Depending on the speed of the conveyor, the sum of the set sensor signal interruption time
and the set muting extension time must not be greater than the muting process time required
by the object upon exit from the muting range.
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Notice!
The advantage of sequential muting over parallel muting is that only the order of sensor
activation/deactivation is detected. The time difference between the sensor signals plays no
role here.
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Brief lapses in muting sensor signals with a duration of 0 … 2 s are permissible. The permitted sensorsignal interruption time can be set via asimon.
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Notice!
To apply the muting from the input area to the output area of the muting path, all 4 sensors
must be briefly activated simultaneously. The transport material that is to be "muted" must,
thus, be sufficiently long.
4-sensor sequential muting is ended correctly, i.e. the output switching elements of the AS-interface
safety monitor (OSSDs) remain in the ON state during passage if, during the expected sequence, the
third activated muting sensor becomes free and, as a result, switches to inactive for a period of time
exceeding the sensor interruption time permitted by the configuration.
4-sensor sequential muting is ended incorrectly, i.e. the output switching elements (OSSDs) of the 
AS-interface safety monitor switch off, if
• a muting sensor switches incorrectly during the muting process.
• the length of the object is shorter than the distance between muting sensor 1 and muting sensor 4.
• the movement direction changes within the muting path, unless setting Direction change within
muting range is selected in the configuration.
• during muting, a second object enters the muting path, unless the setting Tight muting sequence
is selected in the configuration.
• the set muting time limit (muting timeout) has elapsed.
a
b
c
Muting object
Protective field
Danger area
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Figure 3.5: System arrangement for 4-sensor sequential muting
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Time diagram
ME
d
MS1
MS4R
a
a
a
MS2
MS3R
a
a
MS3
MS2R
a
a
MS4
MS1R
a
c
M
Mto
MtoS
MtoU
MtoR
ME
MS#
MS#R
M
a
c
d
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MtoS
MtoR
MtoU
Muting Enable dynamic.
One signal interruption caused by the Muting function block is expected during each
Muting cycle.
Muting sensor no. #, forward travel.
Muting sensor no. #, backward travel.
Muting.
Muting is active if the correct sequence MS1 –> MS2 –> MS3 –> MS4 or 
MS4R –> MS3R –> MS2R –> MS1R is maintained and at least 2 Muting sensors are active
simultaneously.
Suppression of brief signal interruptions of the Muting sensors 
(Tolerated interruption time; configurable).
Muting time extension (Extension time; configurable).
Muting ends after MS3 or MS2R is inactive for longer than the permitted signal interruption
time and the Muting extension time c has elapsed.
The time difference between the activation of 2 Muting sensors must be at least 
2 AS-interface cycles.
Start Muting timeout (Muting time limiting).
The Muting timeout control monitors the adherence of the time required for a Muting event
(Monitoring time Muting cycle; configurable).
Reset of the Muting-timeout monitoring time.
Muting-timeout interruption.
By means of a PLC signal (AS-interface masterbit; configurable), the timeout monitoring
time can be interrupted and reactivated upon removal of the PLC signal.
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Figure 3.6: Time diagram: 4-sensor sequential muting
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3.3.3 2-sensor parallel muting
2-sensor Parallel Muting requires the connection of 2 Muting sensors and the activation of each within
a specified period of time. If both Muting sensors, MS1 and MS2, are switched within 2.5 s (factory
setting, time can be adjusted via asimon), 2-sensor Parallel Muting is initiated.
This type of muting is frequently used if the dimensions of the transport material are not constant in
the transport direction and/or there is insufficient space in front of the protective device.
Attention!
It is important that the intersection point of the two muting sensor light beams lies behind the
optical protective device, i.e. within the danger zone!
Notice!
Due to signal testing by the AS-i safety monitor, exact simultaneity (time difference  15ms)
of the two muting sensor signals must be avoided if
• 2 muting sensors are directly connected on a standard AS-i input module (or input
slave). This applies when, in the muting functional device configured via asimon, only 1
AS-interface slave is selected and 2 IN bits are chosen in doing so (see chap. 4.3.3 
"Muting functional devices" of the software manual).
Attention!
 When calculating the safety distance to be upheld between the muting safety sensor and
the point of operation, add both the sensor signal interruption time set via asimon and
the general filter time for AS-i I/O signals (in full system expansion of the AS-i network
 25 ms) to the system reaction time from the AS-i safety monitor and safety sensor (see
chapter "System reaction times – example calculations").
Advantages of 2-sensor parallel muting are:
• low expense, as only 2 muting sensors are required.
• the possibility to move forward and backward within the muting path.
Once Muting has been initiated, one of the two sensor signals may be briefly interrupted for a period
of time not exceeding 100 ms (factory setting). 2-sensor parallel muting is ended correctly if one of the
muting sensor signals becomes inactive after the protective sensor becomes free.
The output switching elements (OSSDs) of the AS-interface safety monitor remain in the ON state 
during muting, i.e. as the transport material passes through.
2-sensor parallel muting is ended incorrectly, i.e. the output switching elements (OSSDs) of the 
AS-interface safety monitor switch OFF, if
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• a Muting signal is inactive during the passage of the transport material for a period of time exceeding 100 ms (factory setting).
• the muting-timeout monitoring time has elapsed.
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b
c
Muting object
Protective field
Danger area
Figure 3.7: System arrangement for 2-sensor Parallel Muting
Time diagram
ME
a
MS1
a
a
MS2
a
b
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MtoS
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MtoR
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ME
MS
M
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a
b
Muting Enable dynamic.
One signal interruption caused by the Muting function block is expected during each 
Muting cycle.
Muting sensor no.
Muting.
Muting is active if both Muting sensors, MS1 and MS2, are activated within time period b
and remain active during the entire Muting cycle.
Suppression of brief signal interruptions of the Muting sensors 
(Tolerated interruption time; configurable)
Muting-sensor simultaneity monitoring.
Configurable time period within which both Muting sensors, MS1 and MS2, must be 
activated in order to initiate Muting.
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MtoS
MtoR
MtoU
Muting time extension (Extension time; configurable).
Muting ends when at least one Muting sensor is inactive for longer than the permissible
signal interruption time and the Muting extension time c has elapsed.
Start Muting timeout (Muting time limiting).
The Muting timeout control monitors the adherence of the time required for a Muting event
(Monitoring time Muting cycle; configurable).
Reset of the Muting-timeout monitoring time
Muting-timeout interruption.
By means of a PLC signal (AS-interface masterbit; configurable), the timeout monitoring
time can be interrupted and reactivated upon removal of the PLC signal.
3.3.4 Muting time limit – Muting timeout
If the muting function is activated for longer than the configured monitoring time (150 s factory setting),
this is detected as a muting error and is ended by the AS-interface safety monitor independent of the
selected muting mode.
A new muting event is not started until a valid muting sequence is initiated. The muting time limit is
mandatory. During machine pause times, the Muting time limit can be paused (setting Timeout
interruption via asimon) in order to prevent the AS-interface safety monitor from switching to the
Muting error state after the Muting time limit elapses and allow the system to be restarted normally.
Attention!
The user accepts responsibility for switching off muting time monitoring!
Notice!
Muting time monitoring can only be paused while muting is active (dynamic signal).
3.3.5 Muting restart - Override mode
Operating conditions may require a valid Muting sequence to be interrupted, resulting in the Muting
event being terminated by the AS-interface safety monitor. To prevent the object (transport material)
from being manually removed from the Muting path, the Muting function range of the AS-interface
safety monitor offers an integrated override mode that allows the transport material to be moved out
of the Muting path. Such interruptions occur e.g.
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• in the event of failure of the supply voltage while a permissible object passes through the Muting
path. Upon return of the supply voltage, the Muting event does not continue automatically, since
the expected Muting sequence is not supplied by the already activated Muting sensors.
• if, prior to activation of the second Muting sensor required for Muting due to unfavorable loading of
the pallet to be transported, the protective field has already been violated and Muting cannot, thus,
become active.
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In override mode, the output switching elements (OSSDs) of the AS-i safety monitor are or remain
switched on
• if at least one muting sensor is activated or
• for the set muting end extension time or
• for the tolerated muting sensor interruption time
and
• the muting start/restart button is actuated once.
In this case, the muting restart button must be pressed for min. 200 ms and max. 2 s.
Notice!
To start the system with free safety sensor, the muting start button must be actuated once.
In this case, the muting restart button must be pressed for min. 200 ms and max. 2 s.
To (re-) start the system with free safety sensor, the muting restart button must be actuated once. In
this case, the muting restart button must be pressed for min. 200 ms and max. 2 s.
Notice!
After the muting sequence is ended three times in a row by overriding the object with the
muting restart button, it is not possible to override the object again. The AS-interface safety
monitor enters the error state.
 Remedy the error state by either switching the AS-interface safety monitor off and on or by actuating the muting restart button twice.
During the second actuation, the button must be held down until a valid muting combination (muting
sequence) is detected by the AS-i safety monitor. This enables obligatory driving out of the transport
material from the muting area in the event of defective muting system components, for instance. In
this case, the start button must be pressed for min. 200 ms and max. 2 s. Between the two actuations,
a pause of min. 200 ms and max. 2.5 s must be allowed to pass.
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Upon the second release of the muting restart button or the key switch, the AS-interface safety monitor
checks the muting sensors for a valid assignment. If a valid muting combination is found to exist (e.g.
during 4-sensor sequential muting: MS3 follows MS2), the output switching elements (OSSDs) remain
in the ON state; the system resumes normal operation;
If, on the other hand, an invalid muting combination is ascertained when the protective sensor is
bridged, the output switching elements (OSSDs) of the AS-interface safety monitor remain enabled
only as long as the button is pressed. If it is released, the system stops again. This occurs, for example, with misadjusted, soiled or damaged muting sensors or with improperly loaded pallets.
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The error must be remedied e.g. on one of the built-in muting sensors or on the muting safety
sensor!
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Attention!
Override must only be performed if the entire danger zone can be viewed during this process. This means it must be ensured that the entire danger zone can be viewed from the
mounting location of the muting start/restart button. The error must be examined by a competent person.
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3.3.6 Muting status
Acc. to IEC EN 61496-1 and IEC 62046, the muting process must be displayed. This can occur
• through transmission of a Muting status signal to the PLC for further user-specific evaluation or
• through direct display via a connected indicator.
Notice!
It is recommended that a highly visible Muting indicator be installed directly on-site near the
Muting application.
This can be used to signal the two following pieces of information to the operating personnel:
• When constantly illuminated, the indicator signals that Muting has been correctly initiated and the
protective function is bridged at the AS-interface safety monitor during the Muting time.
• When flashing, the indicator signals that a Muting error has occurred (e.g. the Muting time limit has
been exceeded)
Controlling an indicator for signaling the Muting status via AS-interface
The indicator can be integrated directly into the AS-interface network via a standard AS-interface input
slave or via an integrated AS-interface interface and cyclically controlled by the PLC and AS-interface
master call. The Muting diagnostic information for the PLC is transmitted cyclically by the AS-interface
safety monitor via the AS-interface master.
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Notice!
Detailed information on evaluating the diagnostic data made available by the AS-interface
safety monitor via AS-interface with extension for the Muting function range can be found in
chapter 13.
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3.4
Mounting the Muting system components
In this chapter you will find important information on mounting the system components necessary for
the Muting function range of the AS-interface safety monitor (consisting primarily of Muting sensors
and Safety Light Curtains or Multiple Light Beam Safety Devices) and whose protective function is only
ensured if the following installation guidelines are adhered to.
These installation specifications are based on the respective applicable versions of European standards, such as EN 999, ISO 13855 and EN ISO 13857.
Attention!
When used in countries outside of Europe, the guidelines applicable in the respective
country are to be observed as well.
Minimum distances and positions of the components
Optical protective devices can only fulfill their protective function if they are mounted with sufficient
safety distance.
The calculation formulas for the safety distances are dependent on the type of safeguarding. In harmonized European standard EN 999, "The positioning of protective equipment in respect of approach
speeds of parts of the human body", installation situations and calculation formulas for the safety distance for the aforementioned types of safeguarding are described.
The formulas for the necessary distance to reflecting surfaces are based on European standard
prEN EC 61496-2 for "Active opto-electronic protective devices" (AOPD).
Attention!
Safety notice! For the selection of the components and the calculation of the safety distances for Safety Light Curtains or Multiple Light Beam Safety Devices, knowledge of the technical description is necessary.
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Attention!
The following applies for all Muting types: it must not be possible to simultaneously
activate two Muting sensors, e.g. with a shoe (see figure 3.10)!
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c
d
e
Transmitter
Receiver
Distance between MS2 and MS3 symmetric to the protective field. Attention! It must not be
possible to simultaneously trigger MS2 and MS3, e.g with a shoe (figure 3.10)
Distance between MS1 and MS4 symmetric to the protective field: 
as large as possible, but smaller than e to ensure that all sensors are occupied before the first
sensor that was activated is again released.
Constant length of transport vehicle
Figure 3.9: Arrangement of the Muting sensors, 4-sensor Sequential Muting
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The example shows four dark-switching throughbeam photoelectric sensors as Muting sensors whose
receivers switch active high when occupied, this means that they supply +24V to the assigned Muting
inputs of the standard AS-interface input slave. Inductive buttons or switches can also be used. If there
is a risk of crushing between the transport vehicle and the protective device, it is recommend that
swing doors, for example, with a width of approx. 500 mm and monitored by circuit breaker, be integrated as standard equipment in the release circuit of the AS-interface safety monitor independent of
the Muting functional device.
Attention!
The following applies for all
Muting types: it must not be
possible to simultaneously
activate
two
Muting
sensors, e.g. with a shoe!
Figure 3.10:Arrangement of Muting sensors MS2 and MS3
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b
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a
b
d>c
Transceiver
Passive Deflecting Mirror
Asymmetric arrangement, so that the intersection point of the beam path of Muting
sensors MS2 and MS3 lies within the danger zone.
Figure 3.11: Arrangement of the Muting sensors, 2-sensor Parallel Muting
By positioning the beam-path intersection point of the Muting sensors within the danger zone, a
person entering the area would first interrupt the protective field and then simultaneously interrupt both
light beams of the Muting sensors.
In the example above, two dark-switching retro-reflective photoelectric sensors send +24V to the
assigned Muting inputs of the standard AS-interface input slave upon interruption.
Attention!
The following applies for all Muting types: it must not be possible to simultaneously
activate two Muting sensors, e.g. with a shoe (see figure 3.10)!
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Notice!
If possible at the installation site, MS2 and MS3 should be mounted at different heights in
such a way that the intersection of the beam paths is not point-shaped.
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Specifications
4.1
General technical data
Electrical data
Operating voltage Ub
Residual ripple
Rated operating current
Peak switch-on current 1)
Reaction time 2) (safety-relevant)
Delay before start-up
2)
150 mA 
200 mA 
250 mA
Simultaneous switch-on of all relays; the current for the message outputs is not taken into
consideration
Attention! Please observe the notices for calculating the reaction times in chapter 4.2.
AS-interface data
AS-interface profile
AS-interface voltage range
AS-interface current consumption
Number of devices per
AS-interface branch
Mechanical data
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Housing material
Weight
45 mm x 105 mm x 120 mm
Polyamide PA 66
ASM1/1, ASM1E/1 and ASM1E-m/1:
approx. 350 g 
ASM2E/1 and ASM2E-m/1:
approx. 420 g 
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2, ASM2E/2,
ASM1E-m/2 and ASM2E-m/2:
approx. 450 g
Snap-on mounting on top-hat rail acc. to EN 50022
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Mounting
Monitor 7.F
18.5 … 31.6 V
< 45 mA
In a fully configured AS-interface network with 31 used
standard addresses, it is possible to additionally install a
maximum of four safety monitors without address.
If fewer than 31 standard addresses are used, an additional
monitor can be installed for each standard address that is
not used. If additional subscribers are installed without
address (e.g. earth-fault monitoring modules), the number
of installable safety monitors is reduced accordingly. If
repeaters are used, this applies for each segment.
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24 V DC +/- 15 %
< 15 %
ASM1/1, ASM1E/1 and ASM1E-m/1:
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2, ASM2E/1,
ASM2E-m/1 and ASM1E-m/2:
ASM2E/2 and ASM2E-m/2:
All types: 600 mA
< 40 ms
< 10 s
Specifications
Connection
5 ... 6 mm / PZ2
0,8 ... 1,2 Nm
7 ... 10.3 LB.IN
10
1 x (0,5 ... 4,0) mm²
2 x (0,5 ... 2,5) mm²
10
1 x (0,5 ... 2,5) mm²
2 x (0,5 ... 1,5) mm²
2 x 20 ... 14
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Configuration interface
RS 232
9600 baud, no parity, 1 start bit, 1 stop bit, 8 data bits
Optical coupling input (high active),
input current approx. 10 mA at 24 V DC
"External device monitoring circuit" Optical coupling input (high active),
input
input current approx. 10 mA at 24 V DC
Message output "safety on" 1)
PNP transistor output, 200 mA,
short-circuit and polarity-reversal protection
Safety output
Potential-free make contact, 
max. contact load:
1 A DC-13 at 24 V DC
3 A AC-15 at 230 V AC
Continuous thermal current (max.) ASM1/1, ASM1E/1, ASM2E/1, ASM1E-m/1 and ASM2E-m/1:
max. total current for all output switching elements: 6 A
i.e. output circuit 1:
3 A per output switching element
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2, ASM2E/2, ASM1E-m/2 and ASM2E-m/2:
max. total current for all output switching elements: 8 A
i.e.
output circuit 1: 3 A per output switching element
output circuit 2: 1 A per output switching element
or
output circuit 1: 2 A per output switching element
output circuit 2: 2 A per output switching element
B10 value with ohmic load 
At max. contact load:
2 • 105 
acc. to EN 61810-2
At 1/4 max. contact load:
4 • 105 
1
2.5 • 106
At /10 max. contact load:
Safeguarding
External with max. 4 A slow blow
Overvoltage category
3, for rated operating voltage 300 V AC 
acc. to VDE 0110 part 1
1)
The "Safety on" message output is not relevant to safety!
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Environmental data
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Protection class
-20 … +60 °C
-30 … +70 °C
IP 20 (only suitable for use in electrical operating rooms /
switching cabinets with minimum protection class IP 54)
Attention!
The AS-interface power supply unit for supplying the AS-interface components must demonstrate safe mains separation acc. to IEC 60742 (PELV) and the ability to bridge short-term
mains failures of up to 20 ms.
The power supply unit for 24 V supply must also demonstrate safe mains separation acc. to
IEC 60742 (PELV) and the ability to bridge short-term mains failures of up to 20 ms.
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"Start" input
Specifications
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Notice!
The safety monitor has been tested for interference-free operation acc. to EN 61000-4-2
with 8 kV air discharging. The air discharging value of 15 kV stipulated by EN 61496-1 is not
relevant for the safety monitor as the safety monitor is installed in a system which is contained either in a protective housing or a switching cabinet and the monitor can be accessed
only by trained personnel. Nevertheless, we recommend that before the user inserts the
configuration cable into the safety monitor he perform a discharge (earthing) at a suitable
location.
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Safety-relevant characteristic data
Characteristic data, standard
Value
Type 4
SIL 3
Maximum switch-on time in months in acc. with
IEC 61508
12
PFD1) in acc. with IEC 61508 for ASM1/1,
ASM1/2, ASM1E/1, ASM1E/2, ASM1E-m/1,
ASM1E-m/2
6.1 • 10-5
PFD1) in acc. with IEC 61508 for ASM2E/1,
ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1, ASM2E-m/2
7.2 • 10-5
Average probability of a dangerous failure per
hour (PFHd ) depending on the average annual
number of switching cycles of the relays nop2) 4)
nop = 10,500:
9.1 • 10-9 1/h
nop = 28,000:
nop = 66,000:
2.1 • 10-8 1/h
5.0 • 10-8 1/h
Number of cycles until 10% of the components
have failed dangerously (B10d)
400,000 switching cycles at nominal load
1 m switching cycles at 80% of the nominal load
2.5 m switching cycles at 60% of the nominal load
7.5 m switching cycles at 40% of the nominal load
20 m switching cycles at 20% of the nominal load
Max. system reaction time 3) in milliseconds
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ISO 13849-1: 2008
PL e
Category in acc. with ISO 13849-1: 2008
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SIL in acc. with IEC 61508
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The specified PFD values are based on a maximum request rate of the safety function of 1 time a
year. In case of lower request rates, the switch-off of the safety monitor must be inspected in an
annual test.
nop = average number of annual actuations, see C.4.2 and C.4.3 of ISO 13849-1: 2009
2)
Use the following formula when calculating the average annual number of actuations:
n op =  d op  h op  3600s/h   t Zyklus
When doing so, assume the following is true concerning the use of the component:
hop = average number of hours of operation per day
dop = average number of days of operation per year
tcycle = average amount of time between the beginning of two subsequent cycles of the component
(e.g. switching of a valve) in seconds per cycle
3)
About the system reaction time:
Attention!
In addition to the system reaction time of max. 40 ms, the reaction times of the safe AS-i
sensor slave, of the sensor being used for monitoring, of the safe AS-i actuator slave and of
the actuator used for this purpose must still be added.
Please note that additional reaction times may likewise arise through the configuration of
the safety monitor.
4)
The specified PFHd values are based on 100% nominal load (contact load AC15/DC13). PFHd values
for small nominal loads on request.
Table 4.1:
Safety-relevant characteristic data
Notice!
Refer to the technical data for the slaves as well as to that for the sensors and actuators for
the reaction times to be added.
Attention!
The system reaction times of the daisy-chained AS-interface components are added up.
System reaction times – example calculations
ASI1
AS-interface network 1
ASI2
AS-interface network 2
S1-1
Safe sensor slave
(EMERGENCY-OFF switch: tR S1-1 = 100ms)
S1-2
Safe sensor slave
(safety light barrier: tR S1-2 = 18ms)
S2-1
Safe sensor slave
(EMERGENCY-OFF switch: tR S2-1 = 100ms)
A2-1
Safe actuator slave
(motor starter: tR A2-1 = 50ms)
I1-1
Standard AS-i 4E input slave,
for integrating muting sensors
(tsensor signal interruption time = tSI = 200ms; 
(tfilter time-AS-i-I/O-signals = tASI-F = 25ms)
MS
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Safety monitor ASM2E/1 with one relay output and one safe AS-interface output in 
AS-interface network 1
Safety monitor ASM1/1 with one relay output in AS-interface network 1
Safety monitor ASM2E/1 with one relay output and one safe AS-interface output in 
AS-interface network 2
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System configuration - example 1:
ASI
S1-1
SM1-2
ASI
SM1-1
S2-1
S1-2
ASI 1
A2-1
ASI 2
SM2-1
Figure 4.1: Example 1 - Calculation of the system reaction time
Upon activation of safety light barrier S1-2, the relay safety output of safety monitor SM1-2 is 
controlled.
Calculation of the AS-interface-relevant system reaction time:
tSystem total a) = tR S1-2 + tR system = 18ms + 40ms = 58ms
System configuration - example 2:
S2-1
ASI
S1-1
SM1-2
ASI
SM1-1
S1-2
ASI 1
A2-1
ASI 2
SM2-1
Figure 4.2: Example 2 - Calculation of the system reaction time
Upon locking of the EMERGENCY-OFF switch S2-1, the motor starter is controlled via the safe 
AS-interface output of safety monitor SM2-1.
Calculation of the AS-interface-relevant system reaction time:
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tSystem total b) = tR S2-1 + tR system + tR A2-1 = 100ms + 40ms + 50ms = 190ms
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System configuration - example 3:
SM1-2
ASI
SM1-1
S1-1
ASI
S2-1
S1-2
ASI 1
A2-1
ASI 2
SM2-1
Figure 4.3: Example 3 - Calculation of the system reaction time
Upon locking of the EMERGENCY-OFF switch S1-1, the relay output of safety monitor SM2-1 is 
controlled via the coupling of the safe AS-interface output of safety monitor SM1-1.
Calculation of the AS-interface-relevant system reaction time:
tSystem total
c)
= tR S1-1 + tR system ASI1 + tR system ASI2 = 100ms + 40ms + 40ms = 180ms
System configuration - example 4:
MS2
I1-1
SM1-2
S1-2
ASI 1
Figure 4.4: Example 4 - Calculation of the system reaction time
In the event the muting sequence of the muting sensors via the standard AS-i input slave I1-1 is faulty,
the relay safety output is controlled by safety monitor SM1-2 while the transport material is brought
into the safety light barrier S1-2.
Calculation of the AS-interface-relevant system reaction time:
ttotal system d)
= tR S1-2 + tR system ASI1 + (tSI I1-1 + tASI-F)
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4.3
Dimensioned drawings
45
115
94
82,6
102
91,5
68,2
5
105,9
65
7,2
28,8
Figure 4.5: Dimensions
4.4
Scope of delivery
The basic unit consists of:
• AS-interface safety monitor ASM1/1, ASM1/2, ASM1E/1, ASM1E/2, ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, 
ASM1E-m/1, ASM2E-m/1, ASM1E-m/2 or ASM2E-m/2
The following accessories are available:
• Configuration interface cable (RJ45/SubD 9 pin) for the PC/safety monitor connection
• Software CD with
•
•
asimon communication software for Microsoft® Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista®/7
operating manual in PDF format
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• Operating manual
• Download cable (RJ45/RJ45) for the safety monitor/safety monitor connection
• Device front cover for protection and sealing
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Mounting
5.1
Mounting in the switching cabinet
The AS-interface safety monitor is mounted on 35 mm standard rails acc. to DIN EN 50022 in the
switching cabinet.
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The housing of the AS-interface safety monitor is not suitable for open wall mounting. 
Provide a protective housing in all cases when the device is not mounted in the switching
cabinet.
Figure 5.1: Mounting
To mount, position the device on the upper edge of the standard rail and then snap it onto the bottom
edge. To remove, firmly press the device against the upper rail guide and lift out.
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Notice!
When drilling above the device, cover the AS-interface safety monitor. No particles, no metal
shavings in particular, should be allowed to penetrate into the housing through ventilation
openings as they may cause a short-circuit.
To prevent malfunctions, it is recommended that the operating temperature of the AS-interface safety monitor specified in the technical data for switching-cabinet installation be maintained. It is recommended that a minimum spacing of 10 mm be maintained between multiple
safety monitors and other switching cabinet components.
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Removable connection terminals
The AS-interface safety monitor contains encoded, removable connection terminals 
(A, B, C, D in figure 5.2).
A, B, C, D:
D
C
A
B
Figure 5.2: Removable connection terminals
To remove the encoded connection terminals, push back the safety spring a and pull the terminals out
towards the front (figure 5.3). When mounting, the connection terminals must audibly lock into place.
1. U = 0 V
2. a, b, c, d
b
c
a
Figure 5.3: Removing and mounting encoded connection terminals
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Mounting accessories
As the AS-interface safety monitor is a safety component, it is possible to protect the device from
unauthorized access by sealing the CONFIG configuration interface and the Service button. Included
in the delivery contents for the device is a transparent cover with safety hook through which you can
pass a lead sealing wire or thread when the device is in its mounted state (see figure 5.4). You must
break the safety hook off the cover before using.
D
C
A
B
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1
4
4
2
Figure 5.4: Mounting accessories for sealing the device
Notice!
The transparent cover with safety hook should always be used as they provide good protection against electrostatic discharges (ESD) and the penetration of foreign bodies into the
CONFIG socket of the AS-interface safety-monitor configuration interface.
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The sealing wire is not included in the delivery contents.
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6
Electrical connection ASM1/1, ASM1E/1 and ASM1E-m/1
Notice!
Work on electrical installations may only be carried out by qualified electricians.
6.1
Terminal assignment
Terminal arrangement / block diagram
Power supply unit
Control logic
Control for output switching element 1
Control for output switching element 2
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Figure 6.1: Terminal arrangement / block diagram of AS-interface safety monitor ASM1/1,
ASM1E/1 and ASM1E-m/1
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Terminal assignment
Terminal
AS-i+
AS-i–
L+
M
FE
1.Y1
1.Y2
1.13 1)
1.14
1.23 1)
1.24
1.32
1)
Signal / description
Connection at the AS-interface bus
+24 V DC / supply voltage
GND / reference ground
Functional earth
EDM 1 / input of external device monitoring circuit
Start 1 / start input
Output switching element 1
Output switching element 2
Message output "safety on"
Safeguard according to technical data
Table 6.1:
Terminal assignment of AS-interface safety monitor ASM1/1, ASM1E/1
and ASM1E-m/1
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Attention!
The AS-interface power supply unit for supplying the AS-interface components must demonstrate safe mains separation acc. to IEC 60742 and the ability to bridge short-term mains
failures of up to 20 ms. The power supply unit for 24 V supply must also demonstrate safe
mains separation acc. to IEC 60742 and the ability to bridge short-term mains failures of up
to 20 ms.
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Notice!
The connection of the earth lead to terminal FE is not necessary if terminal M is connected
to earth in the direct vicinity of the device.
Electrical Connection
6.2
Connection overview
Ext. PELV power supply
unit with electrical isolation
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Figure 6.2: Connection overview of AS-interface safety monitor ASM1/1, ASM1E/1
and ASM1E-m/1
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Electrical connection ASM1/2, ASM1E/2 and ASM1E-m/2
Notice!
Work on electrical installations may only be carried out by qualified electricians.
7.1
Terminal assignment
Terminal arrangement
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Control logic
Control for output switching element 1, output circuit 1
Control for output switching element 2, output circuit 1
Control for output switching element 1, output circuit 2
Control for output switching element 2, output circuit 2
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Figure 7.1: Terminal arrangement / block diagram of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2 and ASM1E-m/2
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Terminal assignment
Terminal
AS-i+
AS-i–
L+
M
FE
1.Y1
1.Y2
1.13 1)
1.14
1.23 1)
1.24
1.32
2.Y1
2.Y2
2.13 1)
2.14
2.23 1)
2.24
2.32
1)
Signal / description
Connection at the AS-interface bus
+24 V DC / supply voltage
GND / reference ground
Functional earth
EDM 1 / input of external device monitoring circuit, output circuit 1
Start 1 / start input, output circuit 1
Output switching element 1, output circuit 1
Output switching element 2, output circuit 1
Message output 1 "Safety on", output circuit 1
EDM 2 / input of external device monitoring circuit, output circuit 2
Start 2 / start input, output circuit 2
Output switching element 1, output circuit 2
Output switching element 2, output circuit 2
Message output 2 "Safety on", output circuit 2
Safeguard according to technical data
Table 7.1:
Terminal assignment of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2 and ASM1E-m/2
Notice!
The connection of the earth lead to terminal FE is not necessary if terminal M is connected
to earth in the direct vicinity of the device.
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Attention!
The AS-interface power supply unit for supplying the AS-interface components must demonstrate safe mains separation acc. to IEC 60742 and the ability to bridge short-term mains
failures of up to 20 ms. The power supply unit for 24 V supply must also demonstrate safe
mains separation acc. to IEC 60742 and the ability to bridge short-term mains failures of up
to 20 ms.
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Ext. PELV power supply unit
with electrical isolation
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Figure 7.2: Connection overview of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM1/2, ASM1E/2 and ASM1E-m/2
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Electrical connection ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1 and
ASM2E-m/2
Notice!
Work on electrical installations may only be carried out by qualified electricians.
8.1
Terminal assignment
Terminal arrangement
Power supply unit
Control logic
Control for output switching element 1, output circuit 1
Control for output switching element 2, output circuit 1
ONLY ASM2E/2 and ASM2E-m/2:
Control for output switching element 1, output circuit 2
Control for output switching element 2, output circuit 2
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Figure 8.1: Terminal arrangement / block diagram of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1 and ASM2E-m/2
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Terminal assignment
Terminal
AS-i+
AS-i–
AS-iS+
AS-iS–
L+
M
FE
1.Y1
1.Y2
1.13 1)
1.14
1.23 1)
1.24
1.32
2.Y1
2.Y2
2.13 1)
2.14
2.23 1)
2.24
2.32
Connection at the AS-interface bus
Safe AS-interface output for actuator monitoring or coupling of another 
AS-interface network
+24 V DC / supply voltage
GND / reference ground
Functional earth
EDM 1 / input of external device monitoring circuit, output circuit 1
Start 1 / start input, output circuit 1
Output switching element 1, output circuit 1
Output switching element 2, output circuit 1
Message output 1 "Safety on", output circuit 1
EDM 2 / input of external device monitoring circuit, output circuit 2
Start 2 / start input, output circuit 2
Output switching element 1, output circuit 2 (ASM2E/2 and ASM2E-m/2 only!)
Output switching element 2, output circuit 2 (ASM2E/2 and ASM2E-m/2 only!)
Message output 2 "Safety on", output circuit 2
Safeguard according to technical data
Table 8.1:
Terminal assignment of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1 and ASM2E-m/2
Notice!
The connection of the earth lead to terminal FE is not necessary if terminal M is connected
to earth in the direct vicinity of the device.
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Attention!
The AS-interface power supply unit for supplying the AS-interface components must demonstrate safe mains separation acc. to IEC 60742 and the ability to bridge short-term mains
failures of up to 20 ms. The power supply unit for 24 V supply must also demonstrate safe
mains separation acc. to IEC 60742 and the ability to bridge short-term mains failures of up
to 20 ms.
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Signal / description
Electrical Connection
Attention!
Make absolutely certain that terminals AS-iS+ and AS-iS- of the safe AS-interface output are
properly connected acc. to chapter 8.2.1 or chapter 8.2.2.
8.2
Connection overview
ASM2E/2 and ASM2E-m/2
ONLY:
Figure 8.2: Connection overview of AS-interface safety monitor
ASM2E/1, ASM2E/2, ASM2E-m/1 and ASM2E-m/2
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With AS-interface safety monitor ASM2E/1 and ASM2E-m/1, the inputs for contactor monitoring (2.Y1) and start (2.Y2) as well as message output (2.32) are present in spite of the
missing output switching elements for output circuit 2.
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8.2.1 Connection for actuator monitoring
Attention!
Terminal AS-iS+ must be connected to AS-i+ and AS-iS- must be connected to AS-i- of
the same AS-interface safety monitor.
AS-interface network
AS-interface+ (brown)
AS-interface- (blue)
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Figure 8.3: Connection of the terminals of the safe AS-interface output for actuator monitoring
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8.2.2 Connection for coupling to another AS-interface network
AS-interface network 1
AS-interface+ (brown)
AS-interface- (blue)
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network 2
AS-interface+ (brown)
AS-interface- (blue)
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Figure 8.4: Connection of the terminals of the safe AS-interface output for network coupling
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Electrical Connection of All Types
Notice!
Work on electrical installations may only be carried out by qualified electricians.
Unused terminals must remain unoccupied and must not be used for other functions!
9.1
AS-interface bus connection
Blue
AS-interface-
Brown
AS-interface+
Blue
AS-interface-
Yellow AS-interface ribbon cable
Brown
AS-interface+
Two-conductor AS-interface round cable
(recommended: flexible power cable 
H05VV-F2x1.5 acc. to DIN VDE 0281)
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Figure 9.1: AS-interface cable variants
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9.2
Serial interface
The serial RS 232C interface CONFIG is used for communication between PC and device and is 
permanently set to a baud rate of 9600 baud.
The interface is provided on the AS-interface safety monitor as an RJ45 socket. A matching interface
cable with 9-pin subD connector is available as an accessory.
Attention!
Use only the optional interface cable. The use of other cables may lead to functional disturbances or damage to the connected AS-interface safety monitor.
Configuration interface RS 232C
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RS 232C configuration interface
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Figure 9.2: Location of the RS 232C configuration interface
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Function and Commissioning
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Function and Commissioning
The configuration and commissioning of the AS-interface safety monitor is performed using a PC/
notebook with the asimon configuration software.
Notice!
The description of the asimon software and the commissioning of the AS-interface safety
monitor can be found in the "asimon - AS-interface safety monitor configuration software for
Microsoft®-Windows®" manual.
The software manual is an important part of the operating manual for the AS-interface safety
monitor. Configuration and commissioning of the AS-interface safety monitor is not possible
without the asimon software.
Configuration may be performed only by a safety officer. All commands relevant to safety are
protected by a password.
10.1
Function and operating modes
With the AS-interface safety monitor, a distinction is made between 3 operating modes:
• Start-up operation
• Configuration operation
• Protective operation
10.1.1 Start-up operation
After switching on, the microcontrollers in the AS-interface safety monitor first perform a system test
of the hardware and internal software. If an internal device error is detected, the other device
initialisation processes are stopped and the output switching elements remain switched off.
If all internal tests are completed successfully, the AS-interface safety monitor checks whether a valid,
validated configuration is stored in the internal configuration memory.
If yes, this configuration is loaded, the necessary data structures assembled and the device switches
to protective operation. Depending on the configuration, the output switching elements are then
switched on or remain switched off.
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If either no configuration or a faulty configuration is detected in the configuration memory, the device
switches to configuration operation. The output switching elements remain switched off.
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10.1.2 Configuration operation
In configuration operation of the AS-interface safety monitor, a command processing module is
activated which communicates via the serial configuration interface with the asimon software installed
on the PC/notebook (see the "asimon - AS-interface safety monitor configuration software for
Microsoft®-Windows®" manual). Data transmission is monitored for transmission errors and, if
necessary, repeated.
It is possible to switch to configuration operation by
• sending the password-protected command stop while in protective operation from the asimon
software. Configured shutdown delay times are to be taken into account here.
• sending the command stop while in protective operation from the asimon software without entering a password. This is only possible if there is no communication on the AS-interface line. You can
ensure that this is the case by, for example, directly disconnecting the AS-interface line from the
monitor.
• detecting a missing or faulty configuration in start-up operation.
• pressing the Service button for the first time when replacing a defective safe AS-interface slave
(see chapter 12.4 "Replacing defective safe AS-interface slaves").
10.1.3 Protective operation
Protective operation is the normal operating mode of the AS-interface safety monitor. In this mode the
output switching elements are activated and deactivated depending on the operating state of the monitored safe AS-interface slaves and configured functional components.
If an internal error function is detected during protective operation of the AS-interface safety monitor,
the output switching elements are switched off immediately and without regard to any set delay times.
The AS-interface safety monitor then performs a self test again. If the error no longer exists, the 
AS-interface safety monitor returns to protective operation. If the error still exists, this state is errorlocked and can be exited only by switching the AS-interface safety monitor back on.
It is possible to switch to protective operation by
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• sending the command start while in configuration operation from the asimon software.
• detecting a valid, validated configuration in start-up operation.
• pressing the Service button for the second time when replacing a defective safe AS-interface slave
(see chapter 12.4 "Replacing defective safe AS-interface slaves").
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In protective operation, the AS-interface safety monitor continuously transmits diagnostic data via the
serial configuration interface. This data is processed by the asimon software.
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10.2
Display and operating elements
The LED indicators on the front side of the AS-interface safety monitor provide information about the
operating mode and the device state.
not used
LED AS-i 1
LED AS-iS 1 (safe AS-i output)
LED AS-i 2
LED AS-iS 2 (safe AS-i output)
Output circuit 1
Output circuit 2
Figure 10.1: Overview of device LEDs
Meanings of the LED indicators in protective operation
LED
AS-i 1
AS-i 2
AS-iS 1
AS-iS 2
Meaning
off
no supply
green, 
continuous
AS-interface supply present
off
normal operation
red, 
continuous
communication error
off
no supply
green, 
continuous
AS-interface supply present
off
normal operation
red, 
continuous
communication error
off
–
yellow, 
continuous
yellow, 
flashing
start-up/restart-disable active
external test necessary / acknowledgement / delay
before start-up active
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1 READY
(per output circuit)
Color
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LED
Meaning
Color
off
2 ON
(per output circuit)
contacts of the output switching element open
green, 
continuous
green, 
flashing
off
3 OFF/FAULT
(per output circuit)
1 READY
2 ON
3 OFF/FAULT
(per output circuit)
contacts of the output switching element closed
delay time runs in event of Stop Category 1
contacts of the output switching element closed
red, 
continuous
red, 
flashing
simultaneously
flashing rapidly
contacts of the output switching element open
error on level of the monitored AS-interface 
components
internal device error, 
error message can be queried by means of asimon
software
Notice!
Pressing the Service button is acknowledged by a one-time, brief illumination of all device
LEDs.
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Actuation force for the Service button: max. 1 N!
Switching on the device
As soon as the supply voltage is present at the device, the internal system test begins. This operating
status is indicated by the switching on of all LEDs installed in the device (see chapter 10.1.1 "Start-up
operation").
10.4
Device configuration and parameterization
For the device configuration and parameterization, you require the software program asimon.
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The asimon software is responsible for the following tasks:
•
•
•
•
Configuring the AS-interface safety monitor
Documentation of the device configuration
Commissioning the AS-interface safety monitor
Diagnosis of the AS-interface safety monitor
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Notice!
The description of the asimon program can be found in the separate software manual.
Configuration operation (chapter 10.1.2) is indicated by sequential illumination of LEDs
1 … 3 of the output circuit 1.
Proceed as follows:
• Install the program on your PC.
• Apply the supply voltage to the AS-interface safety monitor.
Notice!
We recommend that before the user inserts the configuration cable into the safety monitor
he perform a discharge (earthing) at a suitable location.
• Use the interface cable (RJ45/SubD 9-pin) to connect the PC to the AS-interface safety monitor
(see chapter 2.1.2 "Connection between the AS-interface safety monitor and the PC" of the 
software manual).
• Configure the AS-interface safety monitor and put it into operation as described in the software
manual.
• The AS-interface safety monitor is ready for operation following commissioning.
Attention!
Before commissioning the device you must adapt the device configuration to your application. To do this, configure the AS-interface safety monitor as described in the software manual in such a way that the given danger area is protected by the device.
10.5
Technical safety documentation for the application
Attention!
The validated configuration log signed by the safety officer must be filed with the safety 
documentation of the user application.
Notice!
The detailed description of the technical safety documentation for the configuration of your
application can be found in the separate software manual.
• Create the AS-interface safety monitor configuration for your application.
• Validate the configuration (to be performed by the safety officer).
• Print out the final configuration log and, optionally, the configuration overview (see chapter 5.8
"Configuration documentation" of the software manual).
• Sign the final configuration log (to be performed by the safety officer).
• File the log together with the other technical safety documentation for your application (machine
documentation) and store in a safe location.
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Maintenance
11.1
Checking for safe shutdown
The proper function of the AS-interface safety monitor within the system to be secured, i.e. the safe
shutdown following the triggering of an assigned safe sensor or switch, is to be checked at least
annually by the safety officer.
Attention!
This is to be performed by activating each safe AS-interface slave at least once per year and
visually inspecting the switching behaviour of the output circuits of the AS-interface safety
monitor.
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Attention!
The specified PFD and PFHd values refer to a maximum switch-on time of 12 months (PFD)
and a maximum lifespan of 20 years acc. to EN ISO 13849-1.
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Status Display, Errors and Error Rectification
12.1
Status display on the device / error diagnosis on the PC
An internal or external error is indicated by the red flashing LED OFF/FAULT on the AS-interface
safety monitor (see chapter 10.2 "Display and operating elements").
Notice!
A more exact diagnosis of the error is possible via the configuration interface using the
asimon software (see software manual).
12.2
Troubleshooting tips
Error
Possible cause
LED AS-i 1 
No AS-interface supply
is off
LED AS-i 2 
Communication on the AS-interface
illuminates red
bus is faulty
LED AS-iS 1 
No AS-interface supply
is off
LED AS-iS 2 
Communication on the AS-interface
illuminates red
bus is faulty
LED 3 OFF/FAULT  Error on level of the monitored 
flashes red
AS-interface components
LEDs 1 … 3 
simultaneously 
flashing rapidly
12.3
Internal device error
Remedy
Check line connections
Check AS-interface power supply unit
Check line connections
Check AS-interface master
Check line connections
Check AS-interface power supply unit
Check line connections
Check AS-interface master
Perform diagnostics with asimon
If necessary, replace defective 
AS-interface components
• Note down the error numbers 
displayed by asimon in the error
message window and contact the
manufacturer
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Error release with the "Service" button
An error-locked safety monitor (red LED 3 OFF/FAULT flashes) can be released by pressing the 
"Service" button. The device with the error is reset when the button is pressed. A start test must be
performed on this device after the reset.
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Notice!
Pressing the Service button is acknowledged by a one-time, brief illumination of all device
LEDs.
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12.4
Replacing defective safe AS-interface slaves
Notice!
The exchange of defective safety-oriented AS-interface slaves with connected AS-interface
cable results in a device error (flashing LEDs, see chapter 10.2 "Display and operating elements"). The AS-interface safety monitor enters the error state.
 Disconnect all defective AS-interface slaves from the AS-interface cable without fail before
replacement.
Notice!
When exchanging defective safety-oriented AS-interface slaves without a PC, a PC interface cable may not be connected to the 'CONFIG' socket of the AS-interface safety monitor.
12.4.1 Replacing a defective safe AS-interface slave
If a safe AS-interface slave is defective, it is possible to replace it without a PC and without reconfiguring the AS-interface safety monitor by using the Service button on the AS-interface safety monitor.
Attention!
Actuation force for the Service button: max. 1 N!
Notice!
When the Service button is pressed, the safety monitor switches from protective operation
to configuration operation. The output circuits are therefore deactivated in all cases.
Proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect the defective AS-interface slave from the AS-interface line.
Press the Service button for approx. 1 second on all AS-interface safety monitors which use
the defective safe AS-interface slave.
Connect the new safe AS-interface slave to the AS-interface line.
Press the Service button again for approx. 1 second on all AS-interface safety monitors which
use the replaced safe AS-interface slave.
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The first time the Service button is pressed, the monitor determines whether exactly one slave is
missing. This is noted in the error memory of the AS-interface safety monitor. The AS-interface safety
monitor switches to configuration operation. The second time the Service button is pressed, the code
sequence of the new slave is read in and checked for correctness. If the code sequence is OK, the
AS-interface safety monitor returns to protective operation.
Attention!
After replacing a defective safe slave, make certain to check the new slave for correct
function.
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Pressing the Service button is acknowledged by a one-time, brief illumination of all device
LEDs.
Status Display, Errors and Error Rectification
12.4.2 Replacing several defective safe AS-interface slaves
If more than one safe AS-interface slave on an AS-interface branch is defective, the devices must be
replaced in the following way:
Notice!
When the Service button is pressed, the safety monitor switches from protective operation
to configuration operation. The output circuits are therefore deactivated in all cases.
Pressing the Service button is acknowledged by a one-time, brief illumination of all device
LEDs.
Attention!
Actuation force for the Service button: max. 1 N!
1.
2.
Disconnect all defective AS-interface slaves from the AS-interface line. Connect all new,
already addressed safe AS-interface slaves except one to the AS-interface line
(Auto_Address does not function in this case).
Activate all newly connected slaves so that no code sequences are sent by the slave (actuate
emergency shutdown, open door, break light barrier, etc.).
Notice!
The error detection function integrated in the monitor only accepts a new slave if point 2 is
fully observed.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Press the Service button for approx. one second on all AS-interface safety monitors which
used the defective safe AS-interface slaves.
Connect the last missing and already addressed slave to the AS-interface line.
Press the Service button for approx. one second on all AS-interface safety monitors which
used the defective safe AS-interface slaves.
Disconnect one of the replaced and not yet taught AS-interface slaves from the AS-interface
line.
Press the Service button for approx. one second on all AS-interface safety monitors which
used the defective safe AS-interface slaves.
Reconnect the previously disconnected AS-interface slave to the AS-interface line.
Activate the newly connected slave. The code sequence is now transmitted to the AS-interface
safety monitor and stored there.
Press the Service button for approx. one second on all AS-interface safety monitors which
used the defective safe AS-interface slaves.
Repeat the procedure from step 6 onwards until all replaced AS-interface slaves have been
taught.
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The first time the Service button is pressed, the monitor determines whether exactly one slave is
missing. This is noted in the error memory of the AS-interface safety monitor. The AS-interface safety
monitor switches to configuration operation. The second time the Service button is pressed, the code
sequence of the new slave is read in and checked for correctness. If the code sequence is OK, the
AS-interface safety monitor returns to protective operation.
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Attention!
After replacing the defective safe slaves, make certain to check the new slaves for correct
function.
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12.5
Replacing a defective AS-interface safety monitor
If an AS-interface safety monitor is defective and must be replaced, the replacement device does not
necessarily need to be reconfigured using the asimon software. It is possible instead to transfer the
configuration from the defective device to the replacement device using the download cable (optional
accessory).
Requirements:
• A download cable must be available (see accessories in chapter 4.4).
• The replacement device must not have a valid configuration stored in its configuration memory.
Notice!
If an AS-interface safety monitor which was previously used somewhere else is now to be
used as a replacement device, you must replace the existing old configuration with a new
configuration which, however, you should not validate.
AS-interface safety monitor version < V2.12:
Proceed as follows:
• Disconnect the defective AS-interface safety monitor from the supply.
• Use the download cable (RJ45/RJ45) to connect the defective device to the replacement device.
• Apply the supply voltage to the replacement device.
• The configuration of the defective device is now automatically transferred to the replacement
device. 
Active transmission is indicated by the continuous illumination of the yellow READY LED. Conclusion of a successful transmission is indicated by the continuous illumination of the yellow READY
LED and the green ON LED.
• Disconnect the new AS-interface safety monitor from the supply and disconnect the download
cable from both devices. The replacement device can now directly be used in the place of the
defective device.
AS-interface safety monitors version  V2.12:
Attention!
After replacing a defective AS-interface safety monitor, make certain to check the new 
AS-interface safety monitor for proper function.
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Proceed as follows:
• Disconnect the defective AS-interface safety monitor from the supply and uninstall it.
• Install the new AS-interface safety monitor and connect it (connections L+, M and FE as well as
AS-i+ and AS-i- as well as additional connections as necessary).
• Switch on the supply voltage for the new AS-interface safety monitor. The AS-interface safety monitor enters configuration operation.
• Connect the defective AS-interface safety monitor, which is not connected to voltage, to the new
AS-interface safety monitor via the download cable (RJ45/RJ45) and press the Service button.
• The AS-interface safety monitor restarts (LED test) and the configuration is transferred. During
transfer, the 1 READY yellow LED illuminates.
• When the 1 READY yellow LED goes out, transfer has concluded. Disconnect the two 
AS-interface safety monitors from one another and press the Service button again.
• The AS-interface safety monitor restarts and now operates with the transferred configuration.
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12.6
What to do if you forget the password
Attention!
Only the responsible safety officer is permitted to retrieve a lost password in the way described below!
If you have lost the password for your configuration, proceed as follows:
2.
3.
4.
Find the valid configuration log (printout or file) of the AS-interface safety monitor for which you
no longer have a password. In the configuration log, find a four-digit code in line 10 (Monitor
Section, Validated).
•
If the configuration log is unavailable and the AS-interface safety monitor is not to be
switched to configuration operation, connect the AS-interface safety monitor for which you
no longer have a password to the PC and start the asimon software.
•
Select a neutral configuration and start the diagnostic function in asimon with Monitor ->
Diagnose. Now wait until the current configuration appears on the screen. This can take up
to five minutes.
•
Open the Information about monitor and bus window (menu item Edit -> Information
about monitor and bus …). In the Title tab you will again find the four-digit code in the
Download time window area.
Contact the technical support department of your supplier and state the four-digit code.
A master password can be generated from this code. This password allows you to access to
the stored configuration again.
Use the master password to stop the AS-interface safety monitor and to enter a new user password. To do so, select Change password… in the Monitor menu of the asimon configuration
software.
Attention!
Please note that accessing the configuration stored in the AS-interface safety monitor can
affect the reliability of the system. Changes to validated configurations should only be made
by authorized personnel. All changes must be made in accordance with the instructions given in the user manual supplied with the asimon configuration software.
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Notice!
If no valid configuration has yet been stored in the AS-interface safety monitor, the default
password "SIMON" is valid.
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13
Diagnostics via AS-interface
13.1
General procedure
Notice!
The assignment of an AS-interface slave address for the AS-interface safety monitor is
a prerequisite for diagnosing the AS-interface safety monitor on the AS-interface master.
Using the AS-interface bus, diagnostics of the AS-interface safety monitor and configured devices is
possible from the AS-interface master, normally a PLC with master module.
However, to ensure reliable transmission and efficient evaluation of the diagnostic data, a series of
requirements must be satisfied:
• Relatively long telegram propagation times may occur, particularly when using an additional bus
system between PLC and AS-interface. Owing to the asynchronous transmission in the master in
the case of two successive, identical data calls, the PLC may not necessarily know when the
AS-interface safety monitor is responding to the new call. Thus, the answers to two successive,
different data calls should differ by at least one bit.
• The diagnostic data must be consistent, i.e. the status information sent by the AS-interface safety
monitor must match the actual device states, especially if the propagation time to the PLC is longer
than the updating time in the AS-interface safety monitor (approx. 30 … 150 ms).
• Whether a deactivated relay of an output circuit represents the normal state depends on the operating mode of the AS-interface safety monitor. The diagnostics in the PLC should only be called in
the event of a deviation from the normal state.
The diagnostic procedure described below satisfies these requirements and should therefore always
be followed.
Diagnostic procedure
The PLC always queries the AS-interface safety monitor alternately with two data calls (0) and (1).
These data calls return the basic information (state of the output circuits, protective/configuration
operation) to allow a diagnostics. The AS-interface safety monitor answers the two calls with the same
user data (3 bit, D2 … D0). Bit D3 is a control bit, similar (but not identical) to a toggle bit. D3 is 0 for
all even data calls (0); D3 is 1 for all odd data calls (1). This enables the PLC to detect whether the
answer has changed.
If the data call changes from (0) to (1), the data set is stored in the AS-interface safety monitor. Bit D3
in the answer, however, remains reset until the process is concluded. As a result, the PLC thinks it
has received answers to data call (0). If D3 is set, a consistent data set exists.
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Data calls (0) and (1) return the answer X000 if the normal state exists (protective operation, everything OK). For devices with only one output circuit and with two dependent output circuits, output circuit 2 is always marked as OK. With two independent output circuits, an unconfigured circuit is also
marked as OK. In order to be able to interpret what is OK and what is not OK, the user must be familiar
with his configuration.
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If, with the bit D3 set, the answer from the AS-interface safety monitor signals deactivation of an output
circuit, detailed diagnostic information can now be queried in the stored state with the specific data
calls (2) … (B). Depending on the setting in the configuration of the AS-interface safety monitor, data
calls (4) … (B) return device diagnostic information sorted according to output circuit (see
section 13.2.2) or unsorted (see section 13.2.3).
Notice!
If the AS-interface safety monitor is in configuration operation, it is not possible to query the
detailed diagnostic information using the data calls (2) … (B).
A fresh data call (0) cancels the stored state again.
13.2
Telegrams
13.2.1 Diagnostics of AS-interface safety monitor
State of output circuits, operating mode
Notice!
The alternate sending of data calls (0) and (1) is essential for consistent data transmission.
see "Diagnostic procedure" on page 84.
Data call / Value
(0) / 0000
State of monitor
Answer
D3 … D0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
Protective operation, everything OK 
(unavailable, unconfigured or dependent output circuits are
displayed as OK)
Protective operation, output circuit 1 off
Protective operation, output circuit 2 off
Protective operation, both output circuits off
Configuration operation: Power On
Configuration operation
Reserved / not defined
Configuration operation, fatal device error, 
RESET or device exchange required
No up-to-date diagnostic information available, please wait
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Meaning
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The binary values of the data calls relate to the AS-interface level and may possibly
be inverted at PLC level.
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Data call / Value
Answer
D3 … D0
1000
(1) / 0001
Save diagnostic
information (state of
1001
monitor)
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
Meaning
Protective operation, everything OK 
(unavailable, unconfigured or dependent output circuits are
displayed as OK)
Protective operation, output circuit 1 off
Protective operation, output circuit 2 off
Protective operation, both output circuits off
Configuration operation: Power On
Configuration operation
Reserved / not defined
Configuration operation, fatal device error, 
RESET or device exchange required
State of device LEDs
Data calls (2) and (3) return a simplified indication of the output circuit LEDs (see chapter 10.2) on the
AS-interface safety monitor.
If answer to data call (1) = 10XX:
Data call / Value Answer
D3 … D0
0000
(2) / 0010
State of LEDs of 0001
0010
output circuit 1
0011
01XX
Data call / Value Answer
D3 … D0
1000
(3) / 0011
State of LEDs of 1001
1010
output circuit 2
1011
Green = contacts of output circuit closed
Yellow = startup/restart-disable active
Yellow flashing or red = contacts of output circuit open
Red flashing = error on level of the monitored AS-interface
components
Reserved
Meaning
Green = contacts of output circuit closed
Yellow = startup/restart-disable active
Yellow flashing or red = contacts of output circuit open
Red flashing = error on level of the monitored AS-interface
components
Reserved
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Meaning
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Color coding
Notice!
The color of a device corresponds to the color of the virtual LEDs in the diagnostic view of
the asimon configuration software. A device which is not assigned to any output circuit is
always shown in green.
001
111
Color
Meaning
green, 
continuous
green, 
flashing
green/yellow
Device is in the ON state (switched on)
yellow, 
continuous
yellow, 
flashing
red, 
continuous
red, 
flashing
010
011
100
101
gray, 
off
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Device is in the ON state (switched on), but already in the process of being switched to the OFF state, e.g. switch-off delay
Notice! Safe actuator - manufacturer dependent, see technical
description of the safe AS-interface actuator slave
Device is ready, but is still waiting for another condition, e.g.
local acknowledgement or start button
Time condition exceeded, action must be repeated, e.g. 
synchronization time exceeded
Device is in the OFF state (switched off)
The error lock is active, release by means of one of the 
following actions:
• Acknowledge with the service button
• Power OFF/ON
• AS-interface bus OFF/ON
No communication with the AS-interface slave
Color coding
Notice!
During proper protective operation, there are also devices which are not in the green state.
When searching for the cause of a shutdown, the device with the lowest device index is the
most important. Others may just be subsequent effects (example: when the emergency
shutdown button is pressed, the start device and timer are also in the OFF state).
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By appropriately programming the functional component in the PLC, the user can be guided
to the primary cause of the error. Detailed knowledge of the configuration and the function
of the AS-interface safety monitor are necessary for the interpretation of additional information.
Because the device numbers can be shifted if the configuration is changed, we recommend
using the diagnostics index assignment.
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Code CCC
(D2 … D0)
000
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Coding of the colors for muting/muting start devices
Notice!
The color of a device corresponds to the color of the virtual LEDs in the diagnostic view of
the asimon configuration software. A device which is not assigned to any output circuit is
always shown in green.
Muting devices
Code CCC
(D2 … D0)
000
001
010
011
100
101
Table 13.2:
Color
Meaning
green, 
continuous
green, 
flashing
yellow, 
continuous
yellow, 
flashing
red, 
continuous
red, 
flashing
Muting device is in the ON state (switched on)
Muting device is in the ON state (switched-on), 
muting is active
Muting device is in the ON state (switched on), 
muting error
Muting device is in the OFF state (switched off), 
Error during muting time limiting (timeout)
Muting device is in the OFF state (switched off)
Muting device is in the OFF state (switched off), 
muting error
Coding of the colors for muting devices
Muting start devices
Code CCC
(D2 … D0)
000
001
010
011
100
101
Meaning
green, 
continuous
green, 
flashing
yellow, 
continuous
yellow, 
flashing
red, 
continuous
red, 
flashing
Muting start button was actuated for the first time
Muting start button was actuated for the second time
Muting start device is ready
Pause after first actuation of the muting start button
Muting start button was pressed too long
Muting start button is pressed continuously
Coding of the colors for muting start devices
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Table 13.3:
Color
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13.2.2 Diagnosis of devices, sorted according to OSSD
With the appropriate configuration setting, data calls (4) … (B) return device diagnostic information
sorted according to output circuit.
Notice!
Make sure that the correct diagnostics type is set for the AS-interface safety monitor in the
Information about monitor and bus window of the asimon configuration software.
The values returned in calls (5) and (6) as well as (9) and (A) refer to the device diagnostics
index in the configuration program and not to an AS-interface address.
Always execute data calls (4) … (7) and (8) … (B) together in sequence for each device.
Sorted device diagnostics, output circuit 1
If answer to data call (1) = 10X1:
(4) / 0100
Number of devices
not green, output
circuit 1
Data call / Value
(5) / 0101
Device address
HIGH, output
circuit 1
Data call / Value
(6) / 0110
Device address
LOW, output circuit 1
Data call / Value
(7) / 0111
Color of device, output circuit 1
Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
Meaning
XXX = 0:
XXX = 1 … 6:
XXX = 7:
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Answer
D3 … D0
1CCC
no devices, answers to data calls (5) … (7)
not relevant
number of devices in output circuit 1
number of devices is > 6 in output circuit 1
Meaning
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnostics index of device in output circuit 1
of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index)
Meaning
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
diagnostics index of device in output circuit 1
of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index)
Meaning
CCC = color (see table 13.1 on page 87)
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Sorted device diagnostics, output circuit 2
If answer to data call (1) = 101X:
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Data call / Value
(8) / 1000
Number of devices
not green, output
circuit 2
Data call / Value
(9) / 1001
Device address
HIGH, output
circuit 2
Data call / Value
(A) / 1010
Device address
LOW, output circuit 2
Data call / Value
(B) / 1011
Color of device, 
output circuit 2
Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
Meaning
XXX = 0:
XXX = 1 … 6:
XXX = 7:
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Answer
D3 … D0
1CCC
no devices, answers to data calls (5) … (7)
not relevant
number of devices in output circuit 2
number of devices is > 6 in output circuit 2
Meaning
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnostics index of device in output circuit 2
of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index)
Meaning
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
diagnostics index of device in output circuit 2
of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index)
Meaning
CCC = color (see table 13.1 on page 87)
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Data calls (C) 0011 to (F) 0000 are reserved.
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Diagnostics via AS-interface
13.2.3 Diagnosis of devices, unsorted
With the appropriate configuration setting, data calls (4) … (B) return unsorted device diagnostic 
information for all devices.
Notice!
Make sure that the correct diagnostics type is set for the AS-interface safety monitor in the
Information about monitor and bus window of the asimon configuration software.
The values returned in calls (5) and (6) as well as (9) and (A) refer to the device diagnostics
index in the configuration program and not to an AS-interface address. 
Always execute data calls (4) … (7) and (8) … (B) together in sequence for each device.
Unsorted device diagnostics, all devices
If answer to data call (1) = 1001, 1010 or 1011:
(4) / 0100
Number of devices
not green, 
continuous
Data call / Value
(5) / 0101
Device address
HIGH
Data call / Value
(6) / 0110
Device address
LOW
Data call / Value
(7) / 0111
Color of device
Data call / Value
Meaning
XXX = 0:
XXX = 1 … 6:
XXX = 7:
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
1CCC
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
Meaning
no devices, answers to data calls (5) … (7)
not relevant.
number of devices not green.
number of devices not green is > 6
(for colors, see table 13.1 on page 87).
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnostics index of device of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index).
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
diagnostics index of device of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index).
CCC = color (see table 13.1 on page 87).
Not used
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Answer
D3 … D0
0XXX
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Data call / Value
Diagnostics via AS-interface
Data call / Value
(9) / 1001
Device address
HIGH
Data call / Value
(A) / 1010
Device address
LOW
Data call / Value
(B) / 1011
Assignment to 
output circuit
Answer
D3 … D0
1HHH
Meaning
HHH = I5,I4,I3: diagnostics index of device of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index).
Answer
D3 … D0
0LLL
Meaning
Answer
D3 … D0
10XX
Meaning
LLL = I2,I1,I0:
XX = 00:
XX = 01:
XX = 10:
XX = 11:
diagnostics index of device of configuration 
(HHHLLL = diagnostics index).
device from pre-processing
device from output circuit 1
device from output circuit 2
device from both output circuits
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Notice!
Data calls (C) 0011 to (F) 0000 are reserved.
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Diagnostics via AS-interface
13.3
Example: Querying with diagnostics sorted according to OSSD
State of output circuits, operating mode
State of device LEDs
Start
Diagnostics
Optional
Data call (0)
State
Data call (2)
LEDs of circuit 1
Answer to (0)  0X00
Data call (1)
Freeze query
Data call (3)
LEDs of circuit 2
Answer to (1)  1X00
Diagnostics
or Start
Device diagnostics, output circuit 1
Device diagnostics, output circuit 2
Diagnostics
Diagnostics
Answer to (1) = 10X1
Answer to (1) = 101X
Data call (4)
Number
Data call (8)
Number
Data call (5)
Address HIGH
Data call (9)
Address HIGH
Next device
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Data call (6)
Address LOW
Data call (A)
Address LOW
Data call (7)
Color
Data call (B)
Color
Diagnostics index < previous diagnostics index
Diagnostics
or Start
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Diagnostics
Diagnostics index < previous diagnostics index
Diagnostics
or Start
Figure 13.1: Querying with diagnostics sorted according to output circuit
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EC Declaration of Conformity
EC Declaration of Conformity
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