7 Technical Data of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521

7 Technical Data of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
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Instruction manual for Cube67+ BN-P (Article Number: 56521)
Version 2.8
Edition 08_12 EN
Manual Number 56521
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About the User Manual and its Structure
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Here are links to the bus user manuals:
>>> PROFIBUS (www.PROFIBUS.com)
>>> IO-Link IO link (www.io-link IO link.com)
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Table of Contents
Publisher's Note ...................................................................................................................................... 2
Service and Support ................................................................................................................................ 3
About the User Manual and its Structure ................................................................................................ 4
Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................... 6
Important Information ............................................................................................................................ 15
1
Description of the Cube67+ ...................................................................................................... 17
2
Installation ................................................................................................................................ 17
2.1
Mounting ................................................................................................................................. 17
2.2
Overview of Connections Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521 ..................................................... 18
Startup ...................................................................................................................................... 19
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3.1
Internal System Connection Features .................................................................................... 19
3.2
Internal System Connection Terminations .............................................................................. 20
3.3
Terminating PROFIBUS Segments ........................................................................................ 20
3.4
Assigning and Setting the PROFIBUS Address ..................................................................... 20
3.5
GSD File.................................................................................................................................. 21
3.6
Baud Rates ............................................................................................................................. 21
3.7
Configuration and Parameter .................................................................................................. 22
3.7.1
Maximum lengths of telegrams ........................................................................................ 22
3.7.2
Assigning Slots / Real Module ......................................................................................... 22
3.7.3
Example : Configuration of a Cube20 system with Simatic Step7 ............................... 26
3.7.4
Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521 ........................................................................................ 29
Diagnostics ............................................................................................................................... 33
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4.1
4.1.1
Meaning of "Bus Run" LED States .................................................................................. 33
4.1.2
Meaning of "Cfg F" LED States ....................................................................................... 34
4.1.3
Meaning of US and UA LED states ................................................................................. 35
4.1.4
Meaning of US / UA LED States at Internal System Connection Sockets ...................... 36
4.2
Diagnostics via the Fieldbus ................................................................................................... 38
4.2.1
Standard Diagnostic Information Format ......................................................................... 40
4.2.2
Identification-Related Diagnostic ..................................................................................... 43
4.2.3
Device-Related Diagnostic .............................................................................................. 44
4.2.4
Channel-Related Diagnostic ............................................................................................ 45
4.3
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LED Indicators ........................................................................................................................ 33
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................... 47
DP-V1 Support for Cube67+ BN-P ........................................................................................... 49
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Supported DP-V1 Indices ....................................................................................................... 49
5.1.1
Index 10 "Machine Options Management" ...................................................................... 49
5.1.2
Index 12 "BusControl" ...................................................................................................... 52
5.1.3
Index 13 "Machine Options Management Configuration Test"........................................ 53
5.1.4
Index 255 Identification and Maintenance (I&M) ............................................................. 53
Machine Options Management ................................................................................................ 58
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6.1
Maximum Configuration .......................................................................................................... 58
6.2
Selecting Modules and Setting a Configuration ...................................................................... 58
6.3
Configuration Test ................................................................................................................... 60
6.4
Changing a Module ................................................................................................................. 60
Technical Data of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521 .................................................................... 63
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7.1
Signal Delay of Digital Inputs and Outputs ............................................................................. 63
7.2
Signal Delay of Analog Inputs and Outputs ............................................................................ 63
7.3
Technical Data ........................................................................................................................ 64
Cube67+ Modules .................................................................................................................... 66
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8.1
Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 Art. No. 56752 ..................................................................... 66
8.1.1
Identification ..................................................................................................................... 67
8.1.2
Baud Rates ...................................................................................................................... 67
8.1.3
Parameters ...................................................................................................................... 68
8.1.4
Data Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 .............................................................................. 77
8.1.5
I&M Functions of Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 ......................................................... 78
8.2
Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12 Art. No. 56761 ............................................................. 79
8.2.1
Identification ..................................................................................................................... 80
8.2.2
SEW-MOVILINK Useful Data Protocol ............................................................................ 81
8.2.3
Parameters ...................................................................................................................... 82
8.2.4
DIO Data of Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12 .......................................................... 95
8.2.5
Communication Data of Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12 ....................................... 96
8.2.6
I&M Functions of Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12 ................................................ 100
8.3
Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 Art. No. 56765 ................................................................... 101
8.3.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 102
8.3.2
Baud rates ..................................................................................................................... 102
8.3.3
Parameters .................................................................................................................... 103
8.3.4
Data Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 ............................................................................ 113
8.3.5
I&M Functions of Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 ........................................................ 114
Cube20-Module ...................................................................................................................... 115
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9.1
Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art. No. 56450 ................................................................................... 115
9.1.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 115
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Bit assignment I/O - Data............................................................................................... 115
9.1.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 116
9.1.4
Bit Assignment of the Parameter Bytes ......................................................................... 116
9.2
Cube20 DI32 Art. No.: 56112................................................................................................ 117
9.2.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 117
9.2.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes .......................................................... 117
9.2.3
bit assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM .................................................................. 117
9.3
Cube20 DO16 Art. No.: 56117 .............................................................................................. 118
9.3.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 118
9.3.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes .......................................................... 118
9.3.3
Bit Assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM.................................................................. 118
9.4
Cube20 DO32 Art. No.: 56118 .............................................................................................. 119
9.4.1
Kennung ........................................................................................................................ 119
9.4.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes .......................................................... 119
9.4.3
Bit assignment I/O – Data – Output Data ODM ............................................................. 119
9.5
Cube20 DI32 NPN / PNP Art. No. 56121 ............................................................................. 120
9.5.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 120
9.5.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes .......................................................... 120
9.5.3
Bit assignment I/O-Data – Input Data IDM .................................................................... 120
9.6
Cube20 DI16 DO16 Art. No.: 56168 ..................................................................................... 121
9.6.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 121
9.6.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes .......................................................... 121
9.6.3
Bit assignment I/O - Data............................................................................................... 121
9.7
Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56200 / 56201 .............................................................................. 122
9.7.1
Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56200 ............................................................ 122
9.7.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56200 ....... 122
9.7.3
Explanation of Smoothing (Only Cube20 AI4 U/I Modules) .......................................... 123
9.7.4
Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56201 ............................................................ 124
9.7.5
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56201 ....... 124
9.7.6
Delta Value (Only Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56201) ...................................................... 125
9.7.7
Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200 / 56201126
9.7.8
Representation of analog values of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200 / 56201.............. 127
9.8
Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56220 / 56221 ............................................................................ 130
9.8.1
Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56220 .......................................................... 130
9.8.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56220 ..... 130
9.8.3
Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No. 56221 ........................................................... 131
9.8.4
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56221 ..... 131
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Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56220 / 56221
132
9.8.6
Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56220 / 56221 ............ 133
9.9
Cube20 AI4 RTD Art. No.: 56230 ......................................................................................... 135
9.9.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 135
9.9.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes .......................................................... 135
9.9.3
Binary Representation of Analog Data .......................................................................... 136
9.9.4
Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 RTD Art. No.: 56230 ........................ 137
Cube20 AI4 TH Art. No.: 56240 ........................................................................................ 140
9.10
9.10.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 140
9.10.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes .......................................................... 140
9.10.3
Binary Representation of Analog Data .......................................................................... 141
9.10.4
Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 TH Art. No.: 56240 ........................... 142
Cube67 Digital I/O Modules ................................................................................................... 147
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10.1
DIO16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56600 ....................................................................................... 147
10.1.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 147
10.1.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 147
10.1.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 148
10.2
DIO16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56601xx .................................................................................... 150
10.2.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 150
10.2.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 150
10.2.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 151
10.3
DI16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56602 .......................................................................................... 153
10.3.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 153
10.3.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 153
10.3.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 153
10.4
DI16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56603xx ...................................................................................... 156
10.4.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 156
10.4.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 156
10.4.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 156
10.5
DO12 E 6xM12 K3 – Art.Nr. 56605 ................................................................................... 159
10.5.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 159
10.5.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 159
10.5.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 159
10.6
DI16 E 8xM12 NPN – Art.Nr. 56606 ................................................................................. 159
10.6.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 159
10.6.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 160
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10.6.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 160
10.6.4
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 161
10.7
DIO8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56610 ........................................................................................ 163
10.7.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 163
10.7.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 163
10.7.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 164
10.8
DIO8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56611xx ..................................................................................... 166
10.8.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 166
10.8.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 166
10.8.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 166
10.9
DI8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56612 ........................................................................................... 168
10.9.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 168
10.9.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 168
10.9.3
Parameterization ............................................................................................................ 168
10.10
DI8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56613 ........................................................................................... 170
10.10.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 170
10.10.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 170
10.10.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 170
10.11
DI8 E 4xM12 NPN – Art.No. 56616 ................................................................................... 172
10.11.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 172
10.11.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 172
10.11.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 172
10.12
DIO8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56620 .......................................................................................... 174
10.12.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 174
10.12.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 174
10.12.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 174
10.13
DIO8 E 8xM8 – ArtNr. 56621xx ......................................................................................... 176
10.13.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 176
10.13.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 176
10.13.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 177
10.14
DI8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56622 ............................................................................................. 178
10.14.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 178
10.14.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 178
10.14.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 179
10.15
DI8 E 8xM8 – Art.No. 56623 ............................................................................................. 180
10.15.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 180
10.15.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 181
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10.15.3
10.16
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 181
DI8 E 8xM8 NPN – Art.No. 56626 ..................................................................................... 182
10.16.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 182
10.16.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 182
10.16.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 183
10.17
DIO8 E 4xM12 1A – Art.No. 56631 ................................................................................... 184
10.17.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 184
10.17.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data........................................................................................... 185
10.17.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 185
10.18
DIO16 C 8xM12 1,6A – Art.No. 56640 .............................................................................. 186
10.18.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 186
10.18.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 187
10.18.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 187
10.19
DIO16 DO16 E 16xM12 (1,6/2A) – Art.No. 56641 ............................................................ 190
10.19.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 190
10.19.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 190
10.19.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 190
10.20
DO16 C Valve K3 – Art.No. 56650 .................................................................................... 193
10.20.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 193
10.20.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 193
10.20.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 193
10.21
DO8 C Valve CPV(9) K3 – Art.Nr. 5665003...................................................................... 194
10.21.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 194
10.21.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 194
10.21.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 194
10.22
DO16 E Valve – Art.No. 56651xx ...................................................................................... 195
10.22.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 195
10.22.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 195
10.22.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 195
10.23
DO16 E MAC – Art.No. 56653 .......................................................................................... 196
10.23.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 196
10.23.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 196
10.23.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 196
10.24
DO8 E Valve – Art.No. 56655xx ........................................................................................ 197
10.24.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 197
10.24.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 197
10.24.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 197
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10.25
DO32 E Valve 0,5A– Art.No. 56656xx .............................................................................. 197
10.25.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 197
10.25.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 198
10.25.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 198
DO32 E MAC – Art.No. 56657 .......................................................................................... 199
10.26
10.26.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 199
10.26.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 199
10.26.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 199
DIO8 E Cable (ArtNr. 56661), DIO8 E Cable 2m (5666100), DIO8 E Cable M12 ID
10.27
(5666500) ......................................................................................................................................... 200
10.27.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 200
10.27.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 200
10.27.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 200
DIO16 E Cable 0,5A – ArtNr. 56662 ................................................................................. 202
10.28
10.28.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 202
10.28.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 202
10.28.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 202
DIO8 E M16 0,5A – ArtNr. 56663 ...................................................................................... 204
10.29
10.29.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 204
10.29.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 204
10.29.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 205
DI16/DO16 E Cable 0,5 A – Art.Nr. 56671xx .................................................................... 207
10.30
10.30.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 207
10.30.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 207
DIO8/DI8 E TB Box – Art.No. 56681 ................................................................................. 208
10.31
10.31.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 208
10.31.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 208
10.31.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 209
DIO8/DI8 E TB Rail – Art.No. 56691 ................................................................................. 211
10.32
10.32.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 211
10.32.2
Bit assignment I/O data .............................................................................................. 211
10.32.3
Parameterization ........................................................................................................ 212
Cube67 Analog I/O Modules .................................................................................................. 215
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11.1
Specific Characteristics ..................................................................................................... 215
11.1.1
Smoothing (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) modules only)................................................................ 215
11.1.2
Delta (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) Modules Only ......................................................................... 215
11.1.3
50/60 Hz filter (AI4-RTD and AI4-TH only) .................................................................... 216
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AI4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56700 ..................................................................................... 216
11.2.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 216
11.2.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 216
11.2.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 218
11.3
AI4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56701; AI4 E 4xM12 (U) VA – Art.No. 5670150 .................... 219
11.3.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 219
11.3.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 219
11.3.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 221
11.4
AO4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56710 ................................................................................... 222
11.4.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 222
11.4.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 222
11.4.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 223
11.5
AO4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56711 .................................................................................... 224
11.5.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 224
11.5.2
Parameter Bytes ............................................................................................................ 226
11.6
AO4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56720, AO4 C 4xM12 (I) VA – Art.No. 5672050 .................... 227
11.6.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 227
11.6.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 227
11.6.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 228
11.7
AO4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56721 ..................................................................................... 229
11.7.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 229
11.7.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 229
11.7.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 231
11.8
AI4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56730, AI4 C 4xM12 (I) VA – Art.No. 5673050 ....................... 232
11.8.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 232
11.8.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 232
11.8.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 233
11.9
AI4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56731 ....................................................................................... 235
11.9.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 235
11.9.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 235
11.9.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 236
11.9.4
Application adjustable values for overshoot and undershoot ........................................ 239
11.10
AI4 C 4xM12 RTD – Art.No. 56740, AI4 C 4xM12 RTD VA– Art.No. 5674050 ................ 240
11.10.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 240
11.10.2
I/O Data ...................................................................................................................... 241
11.10.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 242
11.11
AI4 E 4xM12 RTD – Art.No. 56741 ................................................................................... 244
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11.11.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 244
11.11.2
I/O Data ...................................................................................................................... 244
11.11.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 246
AI4 C 4xM12 TH – Art.No. 56748, AI4 C 4xM12 TH VA – Art.No. 5674850 .................... 247
11.12
11.12.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 247
11.12.2
I/O Data ...................................................................................................................... 248
11.12.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 250
AI4 E 4xM12 TH – Art.No. 56749 ...................................................................................... 252
11.13
11.13.1
Identification ............................................................................................................... 252
11.13.2
I/O Data ...................................................................................................................... 252
11.13.3
Parameter bytes ......................................................................................................... 255
Function Modules ................................................................................................................... 256
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CNT2 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56750 ....................................................................................... 256
12.1
12.1.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 256
12.1.2
I/O Data.......................................................................................................................... 256
12.1.3
Comunications Driver .................................................................................................... 258
12.1.4
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 260
DIO4 RS485 E 3xM12 – Art.Nr. 56760 ............................................................................. 264
12.2
12.2.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 264
12.2.2
I/O – Data ...................................................................................................................... 264
12.2.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 267
Logic E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56771 ........................................................................................ 270
12.3
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12.3.1
Identification ................................................................................................................... 270
12.3.2
I/O – Data ...................................................................................................................... 270
12.3.3
Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 270
Accessories ............................................................................................................................ 272
Glossary .............................................................................................................................................. 273
Legal Provisions .................................................................................................................................. 276
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users at all times.
The products that are described in this manual were developed, manufactured, tested, and
documented in compliance with the relevant safety standards. In normal cases, these products do not
constitute any danger to persons or objects, provided the handling specifications and safety
instructions described in this manual are observed. They meet the specifications of the European
EMC Directive (2004/108/EC).
WARNING!
The devices are not safety devices conforming to the relevant standards. The
safety functions of the system are no longer guaranteed.
•
Do not use the OFF state of the outputs to implement safety-related
requirements of the system/machine.
The products are designed for industrial use. An industrial environment is defined as one in which
loads are not connected directly to the public low-voltage power grid. Additional measures must be
taken if the products are used in private, business, or trade environments.
The safe, troublefree functioning of the products requires proper transportation, storage, mounting,
and careful operation. Operation of the devices for their intended purposes is only guaranteed when
the enclosures are fully mounted. If aggressive media are used, check their material
resistance depending on the application.
Current safety and accident prevention laws valid for a specific application must be observed for the
configuration, installation, setup, maintenance, and testing of the devices. The power supply must
comply with SELV or PELV. Power sources in accordance with EN 61558-2-6 (transformer) or EN
60950-1 (switched-mode power supply) meet these requirements.
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Only use cables that meet the requirements and regulations for safety, electromagnetic compatibility,
and, if necessary, telecommunications terminal equipment specifications.
Qualified Personnel
Only qualified, trained electricians knowledgeable in the safety standards of automation systems may
configure, install, set up, maintain, and test the devices. The requirements concerning qualified
personnel are dependent on the requirements profiles described in ZVEI and VDMA. For this reason,
electricians must know the contents of the manual "Weiterbildung in der Automatisierung" (Further
Training in Automation Systems) issued by ZVEI and VDMA and published by Maschinenbau-Verlag,
Post Box 710864, 60498 Frankfurt, Germany) before installing and maintaining the devices. They are
therefore electricians who are capable of assessing the work executed and any possible dangers
arising from this due to their professional training, knowledge, experience, and their knowledge of the
pertinent standards; or who have a level of knowledge equivalent to professional training due to their
many years of activity in a comparable field.
Only Murrelektronik technical personnel are allowed to execute work on the hardware and software of
our devices, if they are devices not described in this manual.
WARNING
Unqualified tampering with the hardware or software, or failure to observe the
warnings cited in this manual may result in severe personal injury or damage to
property.
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Description of the Cube67+
Cube67 stands for rational and economic solutions. The
innovative fieldbus system from Murrelektronik has simplified
and modernized decentralized installations from the ground
up. Now the Cube67+ has a plus that means even more
flexibility.
Cube67+ is a new innovative bus node. With this module,
Murrelektronik expands its tried and tested Cube67 system. It
allows even greater optimization for fieldbus installations,
whatever the application.
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Installation
2.1
Mounting
Please refer to the Technical Data Manual for the mounting regulations.
You will find an overview in the section "Manual Overview and Layout" in this
manual.
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Overview of Connections Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
Fig. 1
Overview of Connections Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
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Startup
3.1
Internal System Connection Features
Fig. 2
Internal System Connection Features
Fig. 3
Firmware version
Up to firmware 2.0, 20 modules can be connected, 10 per segment. From firmware
V2.1, 32 modules can be connected, 16 per segment. The firmware version is
printed on the side of the bus module.
The internal system connection is divided in 2 segments and, due to this division, is operable with
longer line lengths and a larger number of modules.
If modules are connected to an associated socket x, this is referred to as a connection to line x,
whereby x corresponds to the related socket number. For example, Line 0 for Socket 0, Line 1 for
Socket 1, etc.
Sockets 0 and 2 belong to the left segment of the internal system connection; sockets 1 and 3 belong
to the right segment. Every segment can be operated with the maximum line length of 30 m. The
segments are freely distributable depending on application requirements. This means that a single
system line with a length of 30 m connected to socket 0 or 2 (or 1 or 3) can be distributed as required
to the sockets belonging to the segment, just as well as 6 system lines each with a length of 5 m, or 10
system lines with a length of 3 m. The same applies to the number of modules: max. 16 modules are
allowed per segment. They can be connected only to one segment socket, or distributed as required
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to the two segment sockets. The layout details to configure the hardware are required in the
associated PROFIBUS configuration tool.
3.2
Internal System Connection Terminations
To ensure data transmission, a terminating resistor must be fitted to the start and end of each
segment. This means that unused sockets on the internal system connection must be fitted with a
terminating resistor, provided at least one module is operated on the segment.
If an expansion module is used as the last module in a line, its output socket "Out" must also be fitted
with a terminating resistor. If a compact module is used as the last module in a line, no terminating
resistor is required at its segment end.
3.3
Terminating PROFIBUS Segments
A terminating resistor must be fitted to the start and end of each PROFIBUS segment. The terminating
resistors must be powered in order to guarantee a physically clean signal level. A maximum of 32
users may be connected to a segment.
3.4
Assigning and Setting the PROFIBUS Address
The PROFIBUS address is set directly on the Cube67+ BN-P by means of two rotary switches. Values
are permitted between 0 and 99. Usually, a DP Master assigns the addresses 0 to 2. We therefore
recommend setting the address starting with Address 3 on Cube67.
The address setting is read in once after the power supply is connected. A change
of address only becomes effective, therefore, when the module power supply is
reset. When the address is assigned, make sure you provide each PROFIBUS
device with a unique individual address.
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GSD File
The equipment described in this manual requires a GSD file
MURR0B8F.*
The file suffix indicates the language version. GSD files are available in six different languages.
Language
File Suffix
Language
File Suffix
Default = English
*.gsd
French
*.gsf
English
*.gse
Italian
*.gsi
German
*.gsg
Portuguese
*.gsp
Spanish
*.gss
Tab. 1 GSD
file suffixes
The GSD file is downloadable from the Murrelektronik website:
http://www.murrelektronik.com/.
3.6
Baud Rates
All devices in a PROFIBUS network operate at a standard baud rate that is defaulted by the bus
master. The Cube67+ bus node recognizes the baud rate setting automatically. Comply with the
maximum permissible line lengths dependent on the baud rate used as shown in the table below. The
values refer to one segment in each case. Larger network topologies are implementable across
several segments by means of repeaters.
Maximum Permissible Line Lengths in a PROFIBUS Segment
Transmission speed
[Kbit/s]
9.6
19.2
45.45
93.75
187.5
500
1500
3000
6000
12000
Cable
length
[m]
1200
1200
1200
1200
1000
400
200
100
100
100
Tab. 2 Cable lengths in a PROFIBUS segment
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Configuration and Parameter
The Cube67+ system is usually configured with the help of a configuration tool provided by the
PROFIBUS Master manufacturer. The master sends the configuration telegram to the slave while the
system is booted, and defines the number of input and output bytes. Cube67+ uses the special
identifier format according to IEC 61158. Cube67+ can only be operated with DP masters that support
the special identifier format.
With the help of this information, the Cube67+ bus node checks the installation for compliance with the
projected configuration. If the bus node detects a difference between the nominal configuration
transferred by the DP Master and the physical configuration, the bus node reports a configuration error
message (parameter error message) and does not exchange data with the DP Master. A configuration
or parameter error is displayed at the bus node by the LED "CFg F". If an error occurs, the LED "Cfg
F" lights up red.
Cube67+ System is calibrated as a modular system. If your configuration tool supports this, the bus
node "56521 BN-P" and the virtual module "Line 0" are added automatically when you add Cube67+
and bus node. The bus node "56521 BN-P" is always the first module in the configuration. It is capable
of running without any expansion modules. However, all four virtual modules "Line 0" to "Line 3" must
always be fitted in the projected configuration.
3.7.1
Maximum lengths of telegrams
Please note:
The maximum length of a PROFIBUS telegram is 244 bytes. This limits the telegrams of the
configuration, parameter, input, and output data to this length.
Usually, the configuration tool used will check the telegram length.
You will find the description of the modules including the lengths of their
configuration, parameter, input, and output data in chapter
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3.7.2
Cube67+ Modules
Cube20 Modules
Cube67 Digital E/A-Modules
Assigning Slots / Real Module
The maximum number of slots in the PROFIBUS configuration is limited to 64 per GSD. A maximum of
32 real modules can be connected to the bus nodes. The remaining slots are required for virtual
modules. Virtual modules, such as placeholders, line modules, and I/O link modules, were introduced
in order to conduct a more detailed analysis of the PROFIBUS configuration and to simplify the
configuration process for you.
Please note that the number of modules to be configured may be restricted when you use Cube67+
modules. For example, it is not possible to use more than eleven modules of type Cube67+ DIO12
IOL4 E 8xM12 Art. No. 56752, as they require five slots each: one slot for the module itself and four
slots for virtual modules.
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Diagnostic messages are assigned to the associated slots, i.e. if a diagnostic message is received for
Slot 3, this message is related to the module at Slot 3. Module numbering may start with Slot 0 or Slot
1, depending on the configuration tool.
3.7.2.1 Line Modules
The bus node has enhanced diagnostic options with the line modules. In analogy to the four lines of
the bus node, four line modules are added to the GSD file. The use of line modules supplies the bus
node with an exact topology that can then be compared to the actual topology of the connected
modules.
All four line modules must be added to the hardware configuration. Line 0 is added automatically when
the bus mode is added. The remaining line modules must be added manually.
Modules connected to Socket 0 of the bus node must be added between line modules Line 0 and Line
1 in the hardware configuration. Modules connected to Socket 1 of the BN-P must be connected
between Line 1 and Line 2, etc.
Pay attention to the features of the internal system connection!
Fig. 4
Example configuration
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The example configuration shown in Fig. 5 should be configured in Simatic HW Config - as shown in
the figure below:
Fig. 5
Example of a line configuration
The bus node software checks for the presence of the virtual modules Line 0 to
Line 3. If one of these modules is not present, the bus node signals a
configuration error (LED "Cfg F" red).
3.7.2.2 Differences between Cube67+ Modules
Cube67+ modules may only be operated with a Cube67+ bus node but not with a
Cube67 bus node.
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3.7.2.3 Placeholders
Placeholders can be added and they provide the simplest possible was to expand the Cube67+
system. A placeholder is a module with a standard data length of zero. Its function is to keep a slot
free for the possible future addition of a module. Not supported is the function of reserving I/O
addresses for a placeholder.
Due to the new line modules added, it is explicitly recommended not to use
placeholders any more. If it is definitely planned not to expand the configuration, the
use of placeholders offers you no benefits.
3.7.2.4 Virtual Modules
Virtual modules are used to define additional functionality for a physically real Cube67+ module.
The example below is the module 56752 Cube67+ DIO 12 IOL 4 E 8xM12:
Basic module functionality:
4 freely parameterizable M12 sockets each with
2 channels, usable as input or output. The basic
functionality is defined in the GSD file via the
module 56752 DIO12 8xM12 IO Link.
Additional module functionality:
4 M12 sockets with I/O link functionality at Pin 4.
The additional functionality for the 4 I/O link ports
is controlled by adding virtual modules, e.g.:
IOL_DEAKTIVIERT (deactivated)
IOL_I_SIO_OEFFNER (NC)
IOL_I_SIO_SCHLIESSER (NO)
IOL_I_1 Byte
IOL_I_2 Byte
…
IOL_I/O_1/1 Byte
IOL_I/O_2/2 Byte
…
IOL_O_1 Byte
IOL_O_2 Byte
…
This permits the selection of functionality as well as the selection of data size in the process map by
drag&drop in the configuration tool. It is then possible to make an exact simulation of the real actual
configuration. If one of the sockets is required, it is simply deactivated by adding the module
IOL_DEAKTIVIERT. If a larger data quantity is required, select a module with the corresponding size,
e.g. IOL_I_16 Byte. If you want to use a particular socket as a standard I/O (SIO), then enter the
corresponding module, e.g. IOL_I_SIO_SCHLIESSER.
You can then freely define the I and O address for each I/O link socket in the configuration tool using
these modules.
On a Cube67+ module, the correct number of virtual modules must always be added
behind the basic module in the configuration tool. Errors result in the signaling of a
configuration error (LED "Cfg F" red).
Diagnostic messages for additional functionality are signaled to the virtual module
slots.
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Example : Configuration of a Cube20 system with Simatic
Step7
The task is to enter the following configuration:
Fig. 6
Configuration of a Cube67+ project
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You will find the Cube67+ BN-P Art. No.: 56521 in the Hardware Catalog of the SIMATIC HW
Config under "PROFIBUS-DP"  "Other Field Devices"  "I/O"  "Cube67".
Fig. 7
Cube67+ BN-P Art. No.: 56521 SIMATIC HW Config
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Mark the "Cube67+ BN-P" and drag the entry by holding down the left mouse button, or
double-click on the PROFIBUS line. The modules "56521 BN-P" and "Line 0" are added
automatically. In order to add other modules (max. 62) to the configuration, simply double-click
on the corresponding entry in the Hardware Catalog.
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Cube67+ BN-P added
Adding Cube67 modules to the SIMATIC HW Config
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Double-click on any module to open a list box containing the parameter settings for this
module. Select the settings you require.
Fig. 10 Parameterizing Cube67 modules in the SIMATIC HW Config
3.7.4
Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
3.7.4.1 Identification
Description
56521 BN-P
Art. No.
56521
Process data
Input
Output
0 byte
0 byte
Identification
03hex DChex C9hex 0Ahex
Tab. 3 Identification of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
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3.7.4.2 Parameters
Number of parameter bytes: 10
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 0
Byte 0
7
6
Diagnostic Settings
5
4
3
2
1
0
Global diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = do not report
ID-related diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = do not report
Module status diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = do not report
Channel-related diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = do not report
US node undervoltage
0 = report
1 = do not report
UA node undervoltage
0 = report
1 = do not report
No actuator power supply UA node
0 = report
1 = do not report
Configuration check
0 = Default
1 = Machine Options Management
Fig. 11 Parameter byte 0 of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
Setting
Explanation
Global diagnostic reports
This defines whether the diagnostics are reported or not. If you select
"Do not report", no diagnostics are reported, even those of expansion
modules.
ID-related diagnostic
messages
This defines whether ID-related diagnostics are reported or not. If you
select "Do not report", no diagnostics are reported, even those of IDrelated expansion modules.
Device-related diagnostic
messages
This defines whether device-related diagnostics are reported or not. If
you select "Do not report", no device-related diagnostics are reported,
even those of expansion modules.
Channel-related
diagnostic messages
This defines whether channel-related diagnostics are reported or not. If
you select "Do not report", no channel-related diagnostics are
reported, even those of expansion modules.
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Setting
Explanation
US node undervoltage
This defines whether a US undervoltage is reported or not.
UA node undervoltage
This defines whether a UA undervoltage is reported or not.
No actuator PS UA nodes
This defines whether no actuator power supply of UA is reported or
not.
Configuration test
This defines whether you want to use "Machine Options Management"
or retain the default configuration.
Tab. 4 Explanations of diagnostic settings
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 1
Reserved
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 2
This defines whether you want to obtain actuator supply diagnostics such as undervoltage or no
voltage messages for the assigned slot.
0 = report
1 = do not report
Byte 2
7
6
Diagnostic Settings
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 3
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 4
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 5
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 6
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 7
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 8
Fig. 12 Parameter byte 2 of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 3 to 9
This defines whether you want to obtain actuator supply diagnostics such as undervoltage or no
voltage messages for the assigned slot.
0 = report
1 = do not report
Byte 3: Diagnostic actuator supply for Slot 9 ... 16
Byte 3
7
6
Diagnostic Settings
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 9
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 10
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 11
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 12
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 13
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 14
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 15
Diagnostic actuator supply Slot 16
Fig. 13 Parameter byte 3 of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
Bit assignment of Byte 4 to 9:
Byte 4:
Slot 17 ... 24
Byte 5:
Slot 25 ... 32
Byte 6:
Slot 33 ... 40
Byte 7:
Slot 41 ... 48
Byte 8:
Slot 49 ... 56
Byte 9
Slot 57 ... 64
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Diagnostics
4.1
LED Indicators
The Cube67+ System is capable of detecting and reporting numerous errors. Errors (diagnostics) are
reported in two ways:
Diagnostic per LED indicator
Diagnostic using PROFIBUS diagnostic telegram.
4.1.1
Meaning of "Bus Run" LED States
The "Bus Run" LED represents the sate of PROFIBUS communication on the
Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521.
BUS IN
ADDRESS ×10
POWER IN
POWER OUT
US UA
Fig. 14 Bus-Run LED of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
LED Display
Response
State
Lights up continuously
(green)
PROFIBUS-DP data exchange
Flashing
(green)
No DP data exchange
Off
PROFIBUS firmware not yet initialized
Tab. 5 Bus-Run-LED of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
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Meaning of "Cfg F" LED States
The "Cfg F" LED represents the state of a correct/incorrect configuration on the
Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521.
BUS IN
ADDRESS ×10
POWER IN
POWER OUT
US UA
Fig. 15 Cfg F LED on Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
LED Display
Response
State
lights up permanently
(red)
Real configuration does not match the projected
configuration
Off
Configuration correct
Tab. 6 Cfg F LED on Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
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Meaning of US and UA LED states
Fig. 16 US / UA LEDs on Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
Sensor and System Supply
LED indicator US
Response
State
Lights up permanently
(green)
OK (> 18 V)
Lights up permanently
(red)
Undervoltage
Off
No supply or
Sensor supply < 13 V
red flashing
Internal Error
Tab. 7 Status of sensor and system supply on the bus node
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Actuator supply
UA LED display
Response
State
green permanently on
OK (> 18 V)
red permanently on
Undervoltage
Off
No supply or
actuator supply < 13 V
red flashing
Internal Error
Tab. 8 Status of actuator supply on the bus node
4.1.4
Meaning of US / UA LED States at Internal System Connection
Sockets
BUS IN
ADDRESS ×10
POWER IN
POWER OUT
US UA
Fig. 17 US / UA LEDs on Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
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System Communication
LED Display
US
Response
State
green / red
Data exchange
lights up permanently
green / red
No data exchange
Flashing
Off
No communication
Tab. 9 Status of System Communication on the Bus Node
Sensor and System Supply
LED Display
US
Response
State
green
OK (> 18 V)
red
Undervoltage or short-circuit sensor supply
red
Overload I > 4 A
No supply or
Off
sensor supply < 13 V
Tab. 10 Status of sensor and system supply on the bus node
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Actuator supply
LED Display
UA
Response
State
green
OK (> 18 V)
red
Undervoltage or short-circuit actuator supply
red
Overload I > 4 A
No supply or
Off
actuator supply < 13 V
Tab. 11 Status of actuator supply on the bus node
4.2
Diagnostics via the Fieldbus
There is a total of four levels of diagnostic information over the PROFIBUS on the Cube67+.
Diagnostic Type
Description
Norm Diagnostic
Bytes 0 to 5 always contain the Profibus norm diagnostic. For example, it
indicates whether a diagnostic is present at all or not.
IdentificationRelated Diagnostic
The ID-related diagnostic refers to the module position in the configuration
telegram. Events related to the corresponding module are signaled by a set
bit. It can be disabled by parameter ("Do not report“) and occupies Bytes 6
to 14 in the parameter telegram.
Device-Related
Diagnostic
The device-related diagnostic refers to the module position in the
configuration telegram. The system indicates whether a module is defective,
or incorrect, or non-existent. It is selectable by parameter ("Do not report“)
and occupies 20 bytes in the parameter telegram. It follows the ID-related
diagnostic, provided it is present.
Channel-Related
Diagnostic
The channel-related diagnostic supplies precise information about channel
errors in modules (e.g. short-circuit) and represents the ID-related
diagnostic. It can be disabled by parameter ("Do not report“). The channelrelated diagnostic always has a fixed length of 3 bytes and follows the IDrelated diagnostic and the device-related diagnostic, provided it is present.
Up to 64 channel-related diagnostics can be output.
Tab. 12 Diagnostics via the Fieldbus
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PROFIBUS DP-V1 offers the option of using alarms and stats messages for
diagnostics. This is not supported by Cube67+ BN-P. If the PROFIBUS Master
configuration tool offers a choice, then select Mode DP-V0 for the DP alarm mode
(diagnostic mode).
All diagnostic messages are reported slot-dependent. Note here that some
configuration tools name the first slot as Slot 0; others name it Slot 1. The
reported diagnostic messages refer to the numbering of the first slot with "Slot 1".
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Standard Diagnostic Information Format
Standard diagnostic information Byte 0 to 5
Byte 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.station_non_existent
This bit is set by the DP master if this DP slave is not
accessible (to generate a group diagnostic). The DP
slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.station_not_ready
This bit is set by the DP slave, if the SP slave is not
ready for data exchange.
Diag.cfg_Fault
This bit is set by the DP slave when the configuration
data previously received from the master does not
match the configuration data detected by the DP
slave..
Diag.ext_diag
This bit indicates that a diagnostic entry is present in
the slave-specific diagnostic area (Ext_Diag_Data).
Diag.not supported
This bit is set by the DP slave as soon as a function
not supported by the DP slave is requested.
Diag. Invalid slave response
This bit is set by the DP master when an implausible
response is received from an addressed DP slave.
The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.prm_fault
This bit is set by the DP slave if there was an error in
the previous parameter telegram, e.g. incorrect length,
incorrect ID number, invalid parameters.
Diag.master_lock
The DP slave was parameterized by another master.
This bit is set by the master, if the address in Byte 3 is
not equal to Ffhex and is not equal to the slave's own
address. The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Fig. 18 Standard diagnostic information Byte 0
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Byte 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.Prm_req
If the DP slave sets this bit, it must be
reparameterized and reconfigured. This bit remains
set until reparameterization is completed.
Diag.Stat_diag
If the DP slave sets this bit, the DP master must
collect diagnostic data until this bit is deleted. The DP
slave sets this bit, if it can not provide valid utility data,
for instance.
set to 1
Diag.WD_ON
If this bit is set to 1, the watchdog timer is activated.
Diag.freeze_mode
This bit is set by the DP slave when it receives the
Freeze command.
Sync_mode
This bit is set by the DP slave when it receives the
Sync command.
Diag.Not_Present
This bit is set by the DP master for the DP slaves not
contained in the master parameter block. The DP
slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.deactivated
This bit is set by the DP master when the DP slave is
removed from the master parameter block of the DP
master. The DP slave always sets this bit to zero.
Fig. 19 Standard diagnostic information Byte 1
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Byte 2
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Reserved
Diag.ext_overflow
If this bit is set, there is more diagnostic information
available than is specified in Ext_Diag_Data. For
example, the DP slave sets this bit when there is more
channel diagnostic information available than the DP
slave can enter into its send buffer. The DP master
sets this bit when the DP slave sends more diagnostic
information than the DP master can take into account
in its diagnostic buffer.
Fig. 20 Standard diagnostic information Byte 2
Byte 3
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.master_add
The address of the DP Master which parameterized
this DP slave is entered in this byte. If the DP slave is
not parameterized by a DP master, the DP slave sets
the address Ffhex in this byte.
Fig. 21 Standard diagnostic information Byte 3
Byte 4
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ID number highbyte
Fig. 22 Standard diagnostic information Byte 4
Byte 5
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ID number lowbyte
Fig. 23 Standard diagnostic information Byte 5
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Identification-Related Diagnostic
Identification-related diagnostic bytes 6 to 14
Byte 6
7
6
Identification-related diagnostic (header byte)
5
4
3
2
1
0
Block length in bytes, incl. header byte (here: 09hex /
09dec)
set to 01
Fig. 24 Identification-related diagnostic Byte 6
Byte 7: ID-related diagnostic for Slots 1 to 8:
Byte 7
7
6
Identification
5
4
3
2
1
0
Slot 1 has diagnostic
Slot 2 has diagnostic
Slot 3 has diagnostic
Slot 4 has diagnostic
Slot 5 has diagnostic
Slot 6 has diagnostic
Slot 7 has diagnostic
Slot 8 has diagnostic
Fig. 25 Identification-related diagnostic Byte 7
Bit assignment of Byte 8 to 14:
Byte 8:
Slot 9 ... 16
Byte 9
Slot 17 ... 24
Byte 10
Slot 25 ... 32
Byte 11
Slot 33 ... 40
Byte 12
Slot 41 ... 48
Byte 13
Slot 49 ... 56
Byte 14
Slot 57 ... 64
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Device-related diagnostic Bytes 15 to 34
Byte 15
7
6
Device-related diagnostic (header byte)
5
4
3
2
1
0
Block length in bytes, incl. header byte (here: 14hex /
20dec)
set to 00
Fig. 26 Device-related diagnostic Byte 15
Byte 16
7
6
Type of module status
5
4
3
2
1
0
Unused
Set to 1 for module state
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Set to 1 for status block
Fig. 27 Device-related diagnostic Byte 16
Byte 17
7
6
Slot number
5
4
3
2
1
0
Set to 0 since all diagnostics are reported to the bus node
slot.
Fig. 28 Device-related diagnostic Byte 17
Byte 18
7
6
Status Specification
5
4
3
2
1
0
Set to 0 since it is not further differentiated.
Fig. 29 Device-related diagnostic Byte 18
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Byte 19
7
6
Status Report
5
4
3
2
1
0
Slot 1
Possible bit combinations:
Slot 2
00 Valid data, no error
01 Invalid data, error
10 Incorrect module
11 Non-existent module
Slot 3
Slot 4
Fig. 30 Device-related diagnostic Byte 19
Bit assignment of Byte 20 to 34:
Byte 20:
Byte 21:
Byte 22:
Byte 23:
Byte 24:
Byte 25:
Byte 26:
Byte 27:
Byte 28:
Byte 29:
Byte 30:
Byte 31:
Byte 32:
Byte 33:
Byte 34:
4.2.4
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 5 to 8
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 9 to 12
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 13 to 16
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 17 to 20
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 21 to 24
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 25 to 28
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 29 to 32
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 33 to 36
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 37 to 40
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 41 to 44
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 45 to 48
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 49 to 52
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 53 to 56
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 57 to 60
Device-related diagnostic for Slots 61 to 64
Channel-Related Diagnostic
Channel-related diagnostic Bytes 35 to 37 and following
Three bytes are assigned in the diagnostic telegram for each channel-related diagnostic. If, for
example, 5 channel-related diagnostics are available, a total of 5 times 3 bytes of channel-related
diagnostic information follow.
Byte 35
7
6
Header
5
4
3
2
1
0
Affected slots 0 ... 63 (1..64)
Set to 10
Fig. 31 Channel-related diagnostic Byte 35
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Byte 36
7
6
Channel number
5
4
3
2
1
0
Channel number 0 to 63
Input/output
00 = reserved
01 = input
10 = output
11 = input/output
Fig. 32 Channel-related diagnostic Byte 36
Byte 37
7
6
Fault type
5
4
3
2
1
0
Fault type
01hex (01dec)
02hex (02dec)
04hex (04dec)
06hex (06dec)
07hex (07dec)
08hex (08dec)
09hex (09dec)
10hex (16dec)
11hex (17dec)
13hex (19dec)
15hex (21dec)
17hex (23dec)
18hex (24dec)
1Ahex (26dec)
1Bhex (27dec)
1Chex (28dec)
1Dhex (29dec)
1Ehex (30dec)
Short circuit (in sensor supply)
undervoltage (I/O link)
Overload (sensor power supply)
Line break
Upper limit overshot
Lower limit undershot
Fault (e.g. IO link
Parameterization error
Actuator power supply undervoltage
Actuator power supply overload
Reference channel error
Actuator warning
Actuator disable
External error
No actuator power supply
No sensor power supply
No ext. actuator supply
Ext. actuator supply undervoltage
Channel type
000 = reserved
001 = bit
010 = 2 bits
011 = 4 bits
100 = byte
101 = word
110 = 2 words
111 = reserved
Fig. 33 Channel-related diagnostic Byte 37
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Troubleshooting
If incorrect modules are reported, eliminate the failures in ascending order of
slots.
Diagnostic Message
Channel
Possible Cause
Action
Overload or short-circuit of
sensor power supply to 0V.
Check cable to sensor or check
sensor for short-circuit and if
necessary replace it.
Overload or short-circuit of
internal system connection
(channel type = 000)
Check cables on associated line
Undervoltage
IO Link
IO link undervoltage (event
0x5100-0x5119)
Check cable to sensor.
Overload
Current load on a line greater
than 4 A and less than 4.4 A
(100-110%)
Check current load and possibly
distribute to other lines.
I/O link overload
I/O link overload
(event 0x5410)
Check current load.
Line break
Defective line. Analog inputs
and analog outputs only
Check connection to sensor or
sensor itself.
Line break
I/O link
I/O link device not plugged in
or incorrect (invalid data
length, cycle time too short,
etc.)
Check connection to IO link
device. Check data length.
Increase cycle time in
parameters.
Upper limit
overshot
Analog input measuring
range overshot.
Check connection to sensor or
sensor itself.
Upper limit
overshot
(I/O link)
IO link event 0x8C10,
0x8C20
Check parameterization or
measuring range
Lower limit
undershot
Analog input measuring
range undershot
Check connection to sensor or
sensor itself.
Lower limit
undershot
(I/O link)
I/O link event 0x8C30
Check parameterization or
measuring range
ERROR
I/O link fault not assignable to
another fault
Check IO link devices or read out
their event memories.
Parameterization
error
Parameterization incorrect
Check parameterization
Undervoltage
actuator supply
Actuator supply < 18V
Check power supply unit and
cable.
Reference channel
fault
TH module KTY not plugged
in
Install KTY correctly
Short circuit
(sensor supply)
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Diagnostic Message
Possible Cause
Action
Actuator warning
External power supply to an
output.
Check cable.
Actuator shutdown
Overload or short-circuit of
output signal to 0V.
Check wiring or actuator.
External Error
Desina diagnostic
Check sensor or wiring.
No Actuator
Supply
Actuator supply < 13 V
Check power supply unit and
cable.
No sensor supply
Sensor supply < 13 V
Check power supply unit and
cable.
No external
actuator supply
External
actuator supply < 13 V
Check power supply unit and
cable.
Ext. actuator
supply
undervoltage
Actuator supply < 18V
Check power supply unit and
cable.
Tab. 13 Troubleshooting
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DP-V1 Support for Cube67+ BN-P
Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521 currently supports DP-V1 for each Master Class 1 and Master Class 2
access. Below is an overview of supported indices.
5.1
Supported DP-V1 Indices
5.1.1
Index 10 "Machine Options Management"
Fig. 34 Configuration test within the parameter list
Slots 3 to 64 can be enabled or disabled in 8 bytes, provided "Machine Options Management" is
parameterized. Slots 1 (bus node) and 2 (Line0) cannot be disabled.
Byte0 to Byte7 must always be written
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Byte 0 Disable Slots 3 to 8:
Bit
State
0
Reserved
1
Reserved
2
0
Slot 3 enabled
1
Slot 3 disabled
0
Slot 4 enabled
1
Slot 4 disabled
0
Slot 5 enabled
1
Slot 5 disabled
0
Slot 6 enabled
1
Slot 6 disabled
0
Slot 7 enabled
1
Slot 7 disabled
0
Slot 8 enabled
1
Slot 8 disabled
3
4
5
6
7
Meaning
Tab. 14 Assignment of Byte 0
Corresponds to:
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Disables Slots 9 to 16
Disables Slots 17 to 24
Disables Slots 25 to 32
Disables Slots 33 to 40
Disables Slots 41 to 48
Disables Slots 49 to 56
Disables Slots 57 to 64
Placeholders and lines may not be disabled. If an attempt is made to do this, a configuration error is
displayed.
Write or read accesses in "Default configuration" receive the negative reply "Feature not supported".
Read accesses in "Machine Options Management" receive a positive reply. The reply contains the
parameters that were written previously using Index 10.
If the configuration is invalid, Index 10 write accesses always receive a positive reply. If the
configuration is valid after an Index 10 write access, every following Index 10 write access receives a
negative reply with "State conflict".
If no valid configuration is set in "Machine Options Management", no "Static diagnostic" can be set in
the system.
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If "Machine Options Management" is set and there is still no valid configuration
set, a diagnostic message "Non-existent module at Slot 1" is sent if the link to a
module is lost. The system most be reset after the link problem is rectified.
If a further error occurs at Slot 1 in relation to the non-existent module, this error
is NOT indicated in the default diagnostic but in the channel-specific diagnostic
(see Fehler! Verweisquelle konnte nicht gefunden werden.).
Fig. 35 Error display in default and channel-specific diagnostic
If "Machine Option Management" is set and the lines are disabled by DP-V1 Index
12, it may occur that the diagnostic message issued for non-existent modules may
contain incorrect slot numbers.
For more details on "Machine Options Management", please refer to Chapter 6.
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Index 12 "BusControl"
Byte 0 BusControl:
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0  1 Disable US/UA on all lines
1  0 Software Reset
unassigned
Fig. 36 BusControl byte DP-V1 Index 12
Through the interaction with the parameterization option of Machine Options Management, it is
possible with help of the BusControl request (Bit 0: 0  1) to disable the US/UA voltages on all lines
and then to change the setup of the CUBE67+ system. On completion of the conversion, a software
reset in the bus node is triggered by a BusControl request (Bit 0: 1  0) and the new system
configuration is scanned. Non-existent modules are then disabled from their max. configuration using
an Index 10 access.
In addition, short-circuit messages from the lines can be reset after a BusControl request after
rectification of an error without switching off the power supply of the Cube67+ BN-P manually, and
then switching it back on.
Byte 1: UA control
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0=
1=
UA Line 0 switched on
UA Line 0 switched off
0=
1=
UA Line 1 switched on
UA Line 1 switched off
0=
1=
UA Line 2 switched on
UA Line 2 switched off
0=
1=
UA Line 3 switched on
UA Line 3 switched off
unassigned
Fig. 37 UA control byte DP-V1 Index 12
Use the BusControl access to switch off and switch back on the actuator power supplies to the
individual bus node lines via the PLC. A UA short-circuit or other fault that may be present can then be
reset after rectification without resetting the complete bus node.
Byte0 and Byte1 must always be written.
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Index 13 "Machine Options Management Configuration Test"
Byte 0 Configuration test
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0=
1=
Configuration test not successful
OR
System not "OPERATIONAL"
Configuration test successful
AND
System "OPERATIONAL"
Unassigned
Fig. 38 Assignment of configuration test
A read access must be sent with Index 13 to know whether a valid configuration was set using
Machine Options Management. Here, 1 is returned if the configuration is valid and the system status is
"OPERATIONAL", otherwise 0.
If the bus node is parameterized with "Default configuration", the reply will be negative "Feature not
supported".
Write accesses receive the negative reply "Feature not supported".
5.1.4
Index 255 Identification and Maintenance (I&M)
The bus node itself supports a read request to I&M Index 65000 (IM0) and the manufacturer-specific
Index 65100. If other Cube67 (+) modules are connected to the bus nodes, these modules can then
support additional I&M indices. Please refer the related module documentation.
5.1.4.1 IM0 (65000)
Content
Header
Manufacturer-specific
I&M data
MANUFACTURER_ID
ORDER_ID
SERIAL_NUMBER
HARDWARE_REVISION
SOFTWARE_REVISION
REVISION_COUNTER
PROFILE_ID
PROFILE_SPECIFIC_TYPE
IM_VERSION
IM_SUPPORTED
Size
Content
10 bytes
Manufacturer-specific
2 bytes
20 bytes
16 bytes
2 bytes
4 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
012Fhex, 303dec
56521
DCC9hex, 56521dec
Hardware status (e.g. 0x0100)
Software status (e.g. "2.0.0“)
Revision counter (e.g. 0x00)
F600hex
0003hex
0111hex for V01.11
0hex
Tab. 15
IM0 (65000)
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5.1.4.2 IM100 (65100)
I&M Call
65100
Index 255
BN-P:
I&M
int. system conn.
Cube67 Module:
Access via internal
system connection
Slot x
Fig. 39 IM100 access to Cube67+ BN-P or Cube67 modules
Using the manufacturer-specific I&M Index 65100 (IM100), you can send read or write requests to
module parameter bytes.
If the outputs of an analog module are enabled or reparameterized using DP-V1
IM100 accesses, it is necessary to reset the output data to 0 during the access. On
completion of reparameterization, the output data can be re-updated.
Example:
In the simple example below, we will show you how to disable a channel of an analog output module
using two IM100 requests and enable another channel of the same module to switch a sensor off and
switch another sensor on. This example was created using a Siemens controller. DP-V1 requests
were handled using module that are available in the download section of the Murrelektronik website.
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Configuration
Fig. 40 Configuration example
Channel 0 of Module 56710 is enabled for the range 0 to 10 V.
The parameters in detail:
Fig. 41 Characteristics of the DP slave
The current hex parameterization of the module is 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00.
This is also described in the parameter assignment of Module Art. No.56710 (excerpt from Cube67+
BN-P Manual (Art. No. 56980):
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Bit assignment of parameter byte 0 (Channel 0), 4 (Channel 1), 8 (Channel 2), 12 (Channel 3)
Bytes 0, 4, 8, 12
7
6
5
4
Settings of Channels 0, 1, 2, 3
3
2
1
0
Output range:
00 = inactive
01 = 0 to 10 V
10 = ± 10 V
Diagnostic
0 = report
1 = do not report
Data Format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Reserved
Fig. 42 Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0, 4, 8, 12
Disabling Channel 0 of Module Art. No. 56710
In order to change the module parameters using DP-V1, the DP-V1 Write Request is sent:
5F 03 FF 08 08 00 FE 4C A0 01 01 00
Meaning of the digits in detail (all hexadecimal):
5F
03
FF
08
08
00
FE 4C
A0 01
01
00
Write Request
Slot Number
Number of used index (255dec = IM)
Number of useful data in bytes
Call Function
Reserved
(65100 dec) = IM100
Index 20 01, here, the highest bit is set (2+8 = A), this means write access.
The first parameter byte (parameter byte 0) is processed.
The parameter to be written for the selected bytes:
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After the write request, a reply telegram is sent containing the written data length.
According to the IM standard, this must be followed by a read request (without parameters).
5E 03 FF 08
Meaning of the numerals in detail (all hexadecimal):
5E
03
FF
08
Read Request
Slot Number
Number of used index (255dec = IM)
Number of useful data in bytes
The parameter change was successful; Channel 0 is now set to "disabled".
Enabling Channel 1 for the range 0 to 10 V
Value 1 must be set for parameter byte 4.
Telegram data in detail:
5F 03 FF 08 08 00 FE 4C A0 01 05 01
Meaning of the digits in detail (all hexadecimal):
5F
03
FF
08
08
00
FE 4C
A0 01
05
01
Write Request
Slot Number
Number of used index (255dec = IM)
Number of useful data in bytes
Call Function
Reserved
(65100 dec) = IM100
Index 20 01, here, the highest bit is set (2+8 = A), this means write access.
The 5th parameter byte (parameter byte 4) is processed.
The parameter to be written for the selected bytes:
According to the IM standard, this must be followed by a read request (without parameters).
The parameter change was successful; Channel 1 is now enabled for the range 0 to 10 V.
STEP7 libraries that contain modules for IM accesses are available in the
download section of the Murrelektronik website:
www.murrelektronik.com
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Machine Options Management
6.1
Maximum Configuration
The Machine Options Management helps you to carry out the modular configuration of machines.
When a machine comprises a base module A and an optional machine module B, you can use the
Machine Options Management to disable modules belonging to the – non-existent – machine module
B.
This is done by configuring all modules in the configuration tool, even the optional modules of machine
module B. This configuration is called the "Maximum Configuration". In addition, you can parameterize
the "Configuration test" parameter of the bus node with "Machine Options Management". The system
reports no error after run-up and this is totally independent of the received configuration or
parameterization. The bus node reverts to data exchange, however, the data are not updated.
We will describe Machine Options Management by means of an example.
Here is the maximum configuration:
Fig. 43 Maximum Configuration
6.2
Selecting Modules and Setting a Configuration
If the system is in data exchange mode, set the configuration you require by disabling the slots of the
unused modules by means of DP-V1 Index 10 ("Machine Options Management"). Refer to Section
5.1.1 for a detailed description. A configuration test then takes place in the system, i.e. the
configuration set by Machine Options Management is compared with the real topology. If this test is
successful, the configuration is valid and the system continues with data exchange. If the test is not
successful, the configuration is invalid and a diagnostic is output (non-existent or incorrect module).
The system is then no longer in data exchange mode - the static diagnostic bit is set.
The test result can be requested using DP-V1 Index 13 ("Machine Options Management Configuration
Test"). You will find a detailed description of this in Section 5.1.3.
If an invalid configuration is detected, you can try and set a valid configuration using Machine Options
Management.
In our example, only the modules in Slots 1, 3, and 4 really exist. Slots 2, 6, 8, and 9 are occupied by
line modules that must be present. The modules in Slots 5 and 7 do not exist. They are disabled by
write access with DP-V1 Index 10.
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Fig. 44 Example of an invalid configuration
In the real setup, the red bordered modules are non-existent (Slots 5 and 7).
Telegram parameters in detail:
5F 00 0A 08 50 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
Meaning of the digits in detail (all hexadecimal):
5F
00
0A
08
50
00
…
00
Write Request
Slot number (Slot 1)
Number of index used (10dec)
Number of useful data in bytes
1. Parameter byte (Parameter byte 0)
2. Parameter byte (Parameter byte 1)
...
8. Parameter byte (Parameter byte 7)
Bit pattern of parameter bytes:
Byte 0
Bit value:
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0  Hex: 50
Slot number:
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Bit value:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0  Hex: 00
Slot number:
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
Byte 1:
Bytes 2 to Byte 7 are also 0, like Byte 1.
The Write Request receives a positive reply telegram if it was successful. This is
irrespective or whether the present configuration is valid or not.
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Configuration Test
A DP-V1 read request with Index13 can test whether the configuration is valid.
Telegram parameters in detail:
5E 00 0D 01
Meaning of the digits in detail (all hexadecimal):
5E
00
0D
01
Read Request
Slot Number
Number of index used (13dec)
Number of useful data in bytes
If "Machine Options Management" is a configuration test, this results in a positive reply telegram that
looks like this:
5E 00 0D 01 01 (valid configuration exists and system is OPERATIONAL), or 5E 00 0D 01 00 (invalid
configuration, or system is not OPERATIONAL).
If the configuration is valid, the system reverts to active data exchange. If diagnostics are received,
they are displayed, provided they were not disabled in the bus node parameters.
If the configuration is invalid, the system does not revert to active data exchange. Instead, the static
diagnostic is set and a slot error is displayed.
In our example, the configuration is valid. The system is now in data exchange mode.
If a valid configuration is set, it is non longer possible to set another configuration
using Index 10. A negative reply telegram is sent.
To find out what parameters were sent using Index 10, a Read Request can also be set to Index 10
and it returns the written parameters. If nothing was written, zeros are returned.
If the bit is set for an unused slot, this bit is ignored. Example: Slots 1 to 9 are
assigned and the mask 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00 is set (= Slot 18 is disabled).
6.4
Changing a Module
If you want to change modules, i.e. change your real setup, please proceed as follows:
1. Disable all lines using Index 12 "Bus Control".
2. Replacing modules
3. Resetting the bus node using 12 "Bus Control"
4. Set a valid configuration using Index 10.
5. Test whether the configuration is valid.
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Example: Changing a Module
1. Disable the lines using DP-V1 Index 12.
Telegram parameters in detail:
5F 00 0C 02 01 00
Meaning of the digits in detail (all hexadecimal):
5F
00
0C
02
01
00
Write Request
Slot number (Slot 1)
Number of index used (12dec)
Number of useful data in bytes
1. Parameter byte (BusControl): Disable US/UA on all lines.
2. Parameter byte (UA control)
Now UA/US are disabled. The system indicates a configuration error. When they are within the normal
range, the bus node US and UA LEDs are green and the line US and UA LEDs are disabled.
2. Replacing modules
Modules 56601 and 56701 on Line 0 are removed; one Module 56601 is connected to Line 1.
3. Resetting the bus node using 12 "Bus Control"
Telegram parameters in detail:
5F 00 0C 02 00 00
Meaning of the digits in detail (all hexadecimal):
5F
00
0C
02
00
00
Write Request
Slot number (Slot 1)
Number of index used (12dec)
Number of useful data in bytes
1. Parameter byte (BusControl): Reset the bus node.
2. Parameter byte (UA control)
The system then reports no error after run-up. The bus node reverts to data exchange, however, the
data are not updated.
4. Setting a valid configuration using Index 10
Since only the 56601 is connected to Line 1, Slots 3, 4, and 5 of the non-existent modules are
disabled using DP-V1 Index 10 Write Access.
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Fig. 45 Example of changing modules
Telegram parameters in detail:
5F 00 0A 08 1C 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
Meaning of the digits in detail (all hexadecimal):
5F
00
0A
08
1C
00
…
00
Write Request
Slot number (Slot 1)
Number of index used (10dec)
Number of useful data in bytes
1. Parameter byte (Parameter byte 0)
2. Parameter byte (Parameter byte 1)
...
8. Parameter byte (Parameter byte 7)
Bit pattern of 1st parameter byte:
Byte 0
Bit value:
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0  Hex: 1C
Slot number:
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
5. Test whether the configuration is valid.
Now a test can be made using DP-V1 V1 read request with Index13 whether the configuration is valid.
If this is the case, the system is in data exchange mode. The module change was successful.
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Technical Data of Cube67+ BN-P Art. No. 56521
7.1
Signal Delay of Digital Inputs and Outputs
Number of I/O
Modules
1 to 32
Bus Node Delay
Module Delay
Total Delay
2 ms
2 … 4 ms
4 … 6 ms
Tab. 16 Signal delay of digital inputs and outputs
7.2
Signal Delay of Analog Inputs and Outputs
Number of I/O Modules
1 to 32
Bus Node Delay
2 ms
Module Delay
2 … 10 ms
Total Delay
4 … 12 ms
Tab. 17 Signal delay of analog inputs and outputs
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Technical Data
Profibus Slave IP67
EMC
EN 61131-2 Product standard
EN 61000-4-2 ESD ............................................................ Contact ± 4 kV, air ± 8 kV
EN 61000-4-3 RF-Field & GSM .......................................... 10 V/m
EN 61000-4-4 Burst ........................................................... ± 2 kV
EN 61000-4-5 Surge ......................................................... asym./sym. ± 500 V (DC input)
............................................................................................ asym. ± 1 kV (Signal connections)
EN 61000-4-6 HF-asymmetric ........................................... 10 V
EN 61000-4-8 Magnetic field 50 Hz .................................. 30 A/m
EN 55011 Emission ............................................................ QP 40 dBµV/m (30 ... 230 MHz)
............................................................................................ QP 47 dBµV/m (230 ... 1000 MHz) (class A)
Ambient Conditions
Normal operating temperature ........................................... 0°C to +55°C
Storage temperature ......................................................... -25°C to +85°C
Enclosure type according to EN 60529 ............................. IP 67
Please note:
The Cube67 field bus system is very robust and, due to the high protection class IP67, it is protected
from dust, dirt, and most liquids without an additional housing. Cube 67 is specially designed for tough
industrial applications directly in machines and systems.
The field bus system is not suitable for outdoor use, continuous operation in liquids, or high pressure
wash downs.
Mechanical Ambient Conditions
Oscillation according to EN 60068 Part 2-6 ...................... 5 – 70 Hz; const. amplitude 0.75 mm
............................................................................................ 70 – 500 Hz; const. acceleration 15 g
Shock according to EN 60068 Part 2-27 ........................... Amplitude 50 g, 11 ms duration
Connection Possibilities
Supply cable ......................................................................
Bus connection ...................................................................
............................................................................................
Internal system connection .................................................
Plug connector 7/8"
M12 connector 5-pin
(Reverse-Key coding)
4 x 6-pin M12 plug connector
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Miscellaneous
Dimensions (LxWxH) in mm .............................................. 151x62x40.5 mm
Weight ............................................................................... Approx. 350 g
Bus Data
Transfer protocol ...............................................................
Transfer rates ....................................................................
............................................................................................
Baud rate recognition ........................................................
Modes ................................................................................
Addressing .........................................................................
ID number ..........................................................................
Profibus-DP acc. to DIN 19245
9.6/19.2/45.45/93.75/187.5/500/
1500/3000/6000/12000 kBaud
automatic
Sync mode, Freeze mode are supported
0 to 99 with BCD rotary switch
08BF hex
Power Supply
Operation voltage US and sensor power supply 24 VIN ....
Actuator power supply 24 V ...............................................
Current per PIN .................................................................
Operation voltage range ....................................................
Current consumption .........................................................
Sensor supply .....................................................................
Operating voltage range sensor supply..............................
Actuator power supply ........................................................
Operating voltage range actuator supply ...........................
Reverse voltage protection module electronics .................
Reverse voltage protection sensor power supply ..............
Reverse voltage protection actuator power supply ............
Overvoltage protection .......................................................
24 VDC (must always be connected)
24 VDC
Max 8 A
18 to 30 VDC
<= 120 mA
24 VDC (not switchable)
18 to 30 VDC
24 VDC (switchable)
18 to 30 VDC
yes
yes
yes
yes (suppressor diode )
International System Connection
Rated current sensor power supply ...................................
Rated current actuator power supply ................................
Overload/short-circuit .........................................................
............................................................................................
4 A for each module plug-in location
4 A for each module plug-in location
electronic short-circuit recognition
Time of liberation < 10 ms
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Cube67+ Modules
8.1
Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 Art. No. 56752
Fig. 46 Pin assignment and terminal overview
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Identification
Description
Cube67+ DIO12
IOL4 E 8xM12
Art. No.
56752
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex B0hex 06hex
Tab. 18 Identification Art. No. 56752
The complete identification of the Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 is composed of the above listed
identification and 4 following identifications for 4 virtual I/O link modules. Please refer to the associated
GSD file for the identifications of the IO link modules.
8.1.2
Baud Rates
The four IO link masters of CUBE67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 Art. No. 56752 support
all three IO link baud rates according to IO Link Communication Specification 1.0
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Parameters
Number of parameter bytes: 18
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 0
Byte 0
7
6
Function channel 00 ..03
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function of Channel 00
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 00 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 01
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 01 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 02
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 02 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 03
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 03 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Fig. 47 Parameter byte 0 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 1
Byte 1
7
6
Function channel 10 ..13
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function of Channel 10
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 00 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 11
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 11 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 12
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 12 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 13
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 13 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Fig. 48 Parameter byte 1 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 2
Byte 2
7
6
Function channel 14 ..17
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function of Channel 14
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 14 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 15
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 15 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 16
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 16 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 17
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 17 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Fig. 49 Parameter byte 2 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 3..5
0 (reserved)
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 6
Byte 6
7
6
Function IO link Port 1 / Channel 04
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
2 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
7 = reserved
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the I/O link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 50 Parameter byte 6 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 7
Byte 7
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 1 / Channel 04
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6,4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 51 Parameter byte 7 Art. No. 56752
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 8
Byte 8
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 1 / Channel 04
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 52 Parameter byte 8 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 9
Byte 9
7
6
Function IO link Port 2 / Channel 05
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
2 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
7 = reserved
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the IO link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 53 Parameter byte 9 Art. No. 56752
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 10
Byte 10
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 2 / Channel 05
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6.4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 54 Parameter byte 10 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 11
Byte 11
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 2 / Channel 05
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 55 Parameter byte 11 Art. No. 56752
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 12
Byte 12
7
6
Function IO link Port 3 / Channel 06
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
2 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
7 = reserved
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the IO link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 56 Parameter byte 12 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 13
Byte 13
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 3 / Channel 04
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6.4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 57 Parameter byte 13 Art. No. 56752
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 14
Byte 14
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 58 Parameter byte 14 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 15
Byte 15
7
6
Function IO link Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
2 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
7 = reserved
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the IO link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 59 Parameter byte 15 Art. No. 56752
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 16
Byte 16
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6.4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 60 Parameter byte 16 Art. No. 56752
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 17
Byte 17
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 61 Parameter byte 17 Art. No. 56752
8.1.4
Data Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12
Bit assignment I/O data - input data PAE
Byte 0
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 4 Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 19 PAE data byte 1 Art. No. 56752
Byte 1
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 2 Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 20 PAE data byte 2 Art. No. 56752
Bit assignment I/O data - output data PAA
Byte 0
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 4 Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 21 PAE data byte 1 Art. No. 56752
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Byte 1
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 2
Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 22 PAE data byte 2 Art. No. 56752
In addition to the 2 bytes for PAE and PAA each, the configured IO Link PAE and PAA bytes are
transmitted. The data length depends on the virtual modules used.
8.1.5
I&M Functions of Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12
For communication with the IO link sensors, the Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 also supports I&M
functions. They are used for communication with the IO link devices as well as to represent modulespecific information.
Index 65000 read = IM0 of Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12
Index 65016 read = IO – Link – MM acc. to specification
Index 65017 read = IM17 information from IO – Link Port 1
Index 65018 read = IM18 information from IO – Link Port 2
Index 65019 read = IM19 information from IO – Link Port 3
Index 65020 read = IM20 information from IO – Link Port 4
Index 65098 read and write = communication channel to connected IO link devices
Index 65099 read = IO – Link Master Directory
I&M queries must always be requested at the slot of the Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E
8xM12. For port-related IO link queries via IM98 (65098), the requested port is
contained in the I/O link protocol (Ports 1 to 4)
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Fig. 1
Pin assignment and terminal overview
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Identification
Description
Art. No.
Process data
Input
Output
Identification
Cube67+ DIO4 RS232 E
4xM12
56761
2 bytes
2 bytes
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex B9hex 0Ahex
Cube67+ DIO4 RS485 E
4xM12
56761
2 bytes
2 bytes
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex B9hex 0Ahex
Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT
E 4xM12
56761
2 bytes
2 bytes
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex B9hex 0Ahex
Tab. 23 Identification Art. No. 56761
The total identification of the Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12 module is composed of the above
mentioned identification and the identifications of two following virtual modules. Please refer to the
associated GSD file for the identifications of the virtual modules.
Three separate modules are provided for the configuration, whereby one of the RS232 or RS485
communication interfaces in each case is active; The other is inactive. The Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT
E 4xM12 module operates over the RS485 communication interface and is designed to operate a
specific gear motor made by SEW-Eurodrive GmbH & Co. KG.
To configure a module of type Art. No. 56761 correctly, one of the base modules must be configured
first. A virtual receiver module must first be configured in the subsequent slots followed by a virtual
transmitter module. Receiver modules are given the designation "_RX_" and transmitter modules the
designation "_TX_“. The configuration procedure is described in Section 3.7. Below are examples of
each of the three basic configurations.
Fig. 2
Example configuration of Art. No. 56761 Cube67+ DIO4 RS232 E 4xM12
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Fig. 4
8.2.2
Example configuration of Art. No. 56761 Cube67+ DIO4 RS485 E 4xM12
Example configuration of Art. No. 56761 Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12
SEW-MOVILINK Useful Data Protocol
The base module "Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12" supports the SEW-MOVILINK protocol from
SEW-Eurodrive GmbH & Co. KG. The following protocol data are supported:
•
MOVIMOT address fixed 1
•
PA useful data type 3 (2 words cyclic) for virtual module MOVIMOT_TX_2 Word
•
PA useful data type 5 (3 words cyclic) for virtual module MOVIMOT_TX_3 Word
•
PE useful data 2 words (status word 1, current) for virtual module MOVIMOT_RX_2 Word
•
PE useful data 3 words (status word 1, current, and status word 2) for virtual module
MOVIMOT_RX_3 Word
•
Automatic generation of block check character (BCC) in PA useful data
•
Automatic evaluation of block check character (BCC) in response telegram
•
Automatic timeout watchdog
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Parameters
Number of parameter bytes: 9
Bit assignment of the parameter byte: 0
Byte 0
7
6
Function of channel 00 ..11
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function of Channel 00
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 00 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 01
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 01 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 10
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 10 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 11
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 11 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Fig. 5
Parameter byte 0 Art. No. 56761
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 1
Byte 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 6
Parameter byte 6 Art. No. 56761
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 2
Byte 2
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 0
5
4
3
2
1
0
Transfer standard
0 = RS232
1 = RS485
Transfer protocol
0 = Polling
1 = Request
(see explanations in section 8.2.3.1)
Baud Rate
0
= 150 Baud
1
= 300 Baud
2
= 600 Baud
3
= 1 200 Baud
4
= 2 400 Baud
5
= 4 800 Baud
6
= 9 600 Baud
7
= 19 200 Baud
8
= 38 400 Baud
9
= 57 600 Baud
10
= 115 200 Baud
11
= 230 400 Baud
12 ... 15 = 9 600 Baud
Overflow behavior of RX data buffer
0 = Tolerant
1 = Remanent
See explanation in section 8.2.3.3
Overflow behavior of TX data buffer
0 = Tolerant
1 = Remanent
See explanation in section 8.2.3.3
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Parameter byte 2 Art. No. 56761
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 3
Byte 3
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 1
5
4
3
2
1
0
Word length
0=
1=
2=
3=
5 Bits
6 Bits
7 Bits
8 Bits
Parity
0=
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
No parity bit “N”
Parity odd"O"
Parity even"E"
Parity bit "1"
Parity bit "0"
No parity bit "N"
No parity bit "N"
No parity bit "N"
Stop bits
0 = 1 Stop bit
1 = Word length 5 bits: 1.5 stop bits
Word length 6 bits: 2 stop bits
Word length 7 bits: 2 stop bits
Word length 8 bits: 2 stop bits
Rx telegram segmentation with separator
0 = Inactive
1 = First character
2 = First and second character
consecutively
0 = Inactive
See explanation in section 8.2.3.1
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 4
Byte 4
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 2
5
4
3
2
1
0
Flow control Receive
0=
1=
2=
cable
Inactive
software XON / XOFF
RS232 operation: Hardware RTS
RS485 operation: inactive
3=
Inactive
See explanation in section
8.2.3.4
Flow control transmit
0=
1=
2=
cable
Inactive
software XON / XOFF
RS232 operation: Hardware CTS
RS485 operation: inactive
3=
Inactive
See explanation in section
8.2.3.4
Useful data protocol
0=
No useful data protocol
1=
SEW-MOVIMOT protocol
2 to 15 = No useful data protocol
Fig. 9
Parameter byte 4 Art. No. 56761
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 5
Byte 5
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 3
5
4
3
2
1
0
Operation RS232: without function
Operation RS485: Send delay
0 = No Delay
1 = Delay 0.01ms
2 = Delay 0.02ms
3 = Delay 0.05ms
4 = Delay 0.1ms
5 = Delay 0.2ms
6 = Delay 0.5ms
7 = Delay 1ms
8 = Delay 2ms
9 = Delay 5ms
10 = Delay 10ms
11 = Delay 20ms
12 = Delay 50ms
13 = Delay 100ms
14 = Delay 200ms
15 = Delay 500ms
16 = Delay 1s
17 = Delay 2s
18 = Delay 5s
19 = Delay 10s
20 = Delay 20s
21 = Delay 50s
22 ... 31 = No delay
See explanation in section 8.2.3.5
Timeout XOFF
0 = Inactive
1 = 100 ms
2 = 500 ms
3=1s
4=5s
5 = 10 s
6 = 50 s
7 = 100 s
See explanation in section 8.2.3.6
Fig. 10 Parameter byte 5 Art. No. 56761
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 6
Byte 6
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 4
5
4
3
2
1
0
Rx telegram segmentation via pause in receive
data
0 = Inactive
1 = Delay 0.01ms
2 = Delay 0.02ms
3 = Delay 0.05ms
4 = Delay 0.1ms
5 = Delay 0.2ms
6 = Delay 0.5ms
7 = Delay 1ms
8 = Delay 2ms
9 = Delay 5ms
10 = Delay 10ms
11 = Delay 20ms
12 = Delay 50ms
13 = Delay 100ms
14 = Delay 200ms
15 = Delay 500ms
16 = Delay 1s
17 = Delay 2s
18 = Delay 5s
19 = Delay 10s
20 = Delay 20s
21 = Delay 50s
22 ... 31 = Delay 1ms
See explanation in section 8.2.3.1
Segmentation Rx / Tx buffer
0 = 0.5/3.5 k
(Rx: 0.5 kbytes,
Tx: 3.5 kbytes)
1 = 1/3 k
(Rx: 1 kbytes, Tx: 3 kbytes)
2 = 1.5/2.5 k
(Rx: 1.5 kbytes,
Tx: 2.5 kbytes)
3 = 2/2 k
(Rx: 2 kbytes, Tx: 2 Kbyte)
4 = 2.5/1.5 k
(RX: 2.5 kbytes,
Tx: 1.5 kbytes)
5 = 3/1 k
(Rx: 3 kbytes, Tx: 1 Kbyte)
6 = 3.5/0.5 k
(RX: 3.5 kbytes,
Tx: 0.5 kbytes)
7 = 2/2 k
(Rx: 2 kbytes, Tx: 2 kbytes)
See explanation in section 8.2.3.7
Fig. 11 Parameter byte 6 Art. No. 56761
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 7
Byte 7
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 5
5
4
3
2
1
0
Rx telegram segmentation with fixed
telegram length
0 = Inactive
1 ... 255 = Number of characters in the Rx
telegram
See explanation in section 8.2.3.1
Fig. 12 Parameter byte 7 Art. No. 56761
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 8
Byte 8
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 6
5
4
3
2
1
0
First Rx telegram separator, if Rx telegram
segmentation with separator in parameter
byte 3 active.
Fig. 13 Parameter byte 8 Art. No. 56761
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 9
Byte 9
7
6
Setting Communication Byte 7
5
4
3
2
1
0
Second Rx telegram separator, if Rx
telegram segmentation with 2 separators in
parameter byte 3 active.
Fig. 14 Parameter byte 9 Art. No. 56761
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8.2.3.1 Rx Telegram Segmentation
RX telegram segmentation is not used in the base module "Cube67+ DIO4
MOVIMOT E 4xM12" and it is therefore not parameterizable.
The communication interface continuously transmits characters that are displayed in the
communication input data of the fieldbus. Sequences of characters received are generated in form of
separate telegrams. There are different ways to segment the telegrams:
Using Separators
This mechanism is suitable for receive data that do not contain every character
and that have no fixed length.
You can define one or two separators for segmenting the telegrams. Segmenting with a separator is
done when the first separator is received. Segmenting with two separators is done when the first
separator is received and the next character in the receive data corresponds to the second separator.
The separators are displayed in the communication input data. In the default settings, both separators
are 0. If you define your own separators, make sure these characters are not included in the utility
data.
Using Delay (Timeout) in the Receive Data
This method is suitable for receive data that may contain all characters and do not
have a fixed length. Furthermore it is suitable as protection against errors with
other segmentation methods.
If activated, a telegram is segmented when the period between two characters received is longer than
the selected delay. The telegram is only set after the delay in the receive buffer over. The delay is
started and finished with completely received characters. This means, the time between the end of the
current and beginning of the next character is measured.
Segmentation with fixed telegram length
This method is suitable of receive data with a fixed length. We recommend
segmenting with a long enough delay as failure protection.
After a fixed number of characters was received, a new telegram is generated.
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Segmentation of the Communication Input Data
This mechanism is permanent and cannot be avoided.
If the telegram's data length exceeds the maximum data length that can mapped in the communication
input data, a new telegram is generated.
A telegram is always segmented, if at least one of the four above mentioned conditions is given. The
segmented telegram is set in the receive buffer and mapped in the communication input data in
accordance with the selected transfer protocol (request or polling).
If the receive buffer contains several telegrams, they will be processed according to the FIFO method.
This means, the telegram generated first will be the first to be mapped in the communication input
data.
A sufficient long delay has to be configured in the receive data in addition to the delimitation with a
fixed telegram length. This will ensure that there is no mismatch in the receive data, if a transmission
error caused missing characters.
8.2.3.2 Transfer Protocol
In the base module "Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12", the transmission protocol
is fixed to the "polling" setting and is not parameterizable.
The received telegrams in the communication input data are displayed according to the FIFO method.
Depending on the transfer protocol there are different ways to load the telegrams from the receive
buffer:
Transfer Protocol Polling
When a complete telegram has been received, it is immediately taken from the receive buffer and
displayed in the communication input data.
Transfer Protocol Request
The telegrams in the receive buffer are only taken upon request and then displayed in the
communication input data. A request is generated by setting bit 0 in the command byte that does not
equal bit 0 in the status byte.
If the receive buffer contains a complete telegram during the request, it will be taken from the receive
buffer and displayed in the communication input data. The data length of byte 2 in the communication
input data does not equal 0.
If the receive buffer does not contain at least one complete telegram, the communication input data
from byte 2 will be set to 0, same as the data length.
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8.2.3.3 Overflow Behavior of the Data Buffer
The data buffer overflow response is not relevant in the base module "Cube67+
DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12" and it is therefore not parameterizable.
In certain operating modes it is possible that more characters have to be entered in a data buffer than
space is available. This will cause an error entry in the status byte in the communication input data of
the corresponding data buffer. You will find the assignment of status bits in section 8.2.4. The status
bits remain until they are reset in the communication output data via the command byte, even when
the buffer memory is reset.
If there is an overflow in the receive buffer, an incomplete telegram will not be accepted. This does not
affect the complete telegrams in the receive buffer.
If there is an overflow in the send buffer, the next characters will not be sent. The characters available
in the send buffer will be sent via the communication interface.
If after a buffer overflow, space is again available in the buffer memory, there are two options:
Overflow behavior "tolerant"
Characters will be again transmitted into the buffer memory.
Overflow behavior "remanent"
No characters will be transmitted to the buffer memory.
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8.2.3.4 Flow Control
The data buffer overflow response is not relevant in the base module "Cube67+
DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12" and it is therefore not parameterizable.
To prevent overwriting the data buffer of a module, it is possible to activate a separate flow control for
the send and receive module of the communication interface. Usually the same setting can be used
for the send and the receive module. Special cases, however, may require different settings for the
send and receive module. The following protocols for the flow control are supported:
Software XON/XOFF
When operating RS232 and RS485, the control characters XON and XOFF can be used for the flow
control. Ready-to-send and ready-to-receive status is then indicated with the control characters XON
and XOFF. When the control character XOFF was received, no more characters are sent via the
communication interface, even when still contained in the send buffer. Only after the control character
XON was received, sending will start again.
The module send the control character XOFF, included in the send data, if the number of free
characters in the receive buffer is below a determined value. As soon as the number of free characters
is above this value, the control character XON is sent.
The software flow control cannot be used, when the control characters XON or XOFF are included in
the utility data of the communication interface.
RTS/CTS Hardware
The module will only send data when the communication interface displays ready-to-receive status via
the CTS cable.
The module displays the ready-to-receive status via the RTS cable. The state depends on the number
of free characters in the receive buffer, same as the software flow control.
8.2.3.5 Send Delay RS485
With RS485 operation, transmission is half duplex. To ensure correct half duplex operation, i.e. to
prevent that both modules send at the same time, a delay before sending can be set. If new data are
received during this delay, the delay time will start again. Only when the delay time is over, sending is
restarted.
Transmission in the base module "Cube67+ DIO4 RS232 E 4xM12" is in full-duplex
mode. For this reason, RS485 transmission delay is not used and can not be
parameterized.
In the base module "Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12", RS485 transmission
delay is aligned to the SEW-MOVIMOT protocol and can not be parameterized.
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8.2.3.6 Timeout XOFF
No flow control is used in the base module "Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12".
For this reason, the setting for Timeout XOFF is not parameterizable.
If the software flow control for the send data is operated via the control characters XON / XOFF, a
timeout for receiving the character XON can be set in the receive data of the communication interface.
When the character XOFF is received via the communication interface, the time delay begins. If the
characters XON were not received in the data of the communication interface during the timeout,
possible send data in the receive buffer will be again sent via the communication interface.
This helps to prevent that a control character XON is "missed" in the receive data of the
communication interface due to a transmission error and possible no more data are sent.
8.2.3.7 Assignment of the Data Buffer
It is not possible to parameterize the segregation of the data buffer in the base
module "Cube67+ DIO4 MOVIMOT E 4xM12".
The module includes a data buffer of 4kbytes. You can segment the data buffer in several levels
between send and receive data. A regular segmentation of the buffer memory is recommended, i.e.
2kbytes receive buffer and 2 kbytes send buffer. A different segmentation may be useful in order to
avoid buffer overflow.
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DIO Data of Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12
Bit assignment I/O data - DIO input data PAE
Byte 1
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 4
Socket
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
0
Tab. 24 PAE data byte 1 Art. No. 56761
Byte 2
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 2
Socket
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
0
Tab. 25 PAE data byte 2 Art. No. 56761
Unused bits 2 ... 7 are set to "0".
Bit Assignment I/O Data - DIO Output Data PAA
Byte 1
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 4
Socket
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
0
Tab. 26 PAA data byte 1 Art. No. 56761
Byte 2
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 2
Socket
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
0
Tab. 27 PAA data byte 2 Art. No. 56761
Unused bits 2 ... 7 are set to "0".
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Communication Data of Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12
8.2.5.1 Data without Useful Data Protocol
Bit Assignment of I/O Data – Communication Input Data PAE
The length of the communication input data L is determined in bytes in the configuration by a virtual
input module with prefix "RS_RX". Length L results from the number following the prefix.
Byte Assignment Communication Input Data
Byte
Name
Value
Significance
0
Status
0 to 255
Status receive data. See the table below for further
explanations
1
Receive counter
0 to 255
Consecutive receive telegram number
2
Data length
0 to L-3
Number of following receive data bytes
3 to L-1
Receive data
0 to 255
Receive data from interface
Tab. 28 PAE data communication Art. No. 56761
Bit assignment status in byte 0 of the communication input data
Bit
Name
Value
Significance
0
Status receive
request
0 to 1
Status Request, in connection with command byte
1
Reset
0 to 1
1: Communication interface is initialized
2
Status receive buffer
0 to 3
0:
1:
2:
3:
no telegram available
at least one telegram available
Fill level > 80%
overflow (remanent)
Status send buffer
0 to 3
0:
1:
2:
3:
empty
at least one byte available
Fill level > 80%
overflow (remanent)
6
Receive error
0 to 1
0: no error
1: Error in the receive data on the
communication interface (remanent)
7
Error in the telegram
0 to 1
0: no error
1: Receive error in the telegram
3
4
5
Tab. 29 PAE data status byte Art. No. 56761
Byte assignment I/O data - communication output data PAA
The length of the communication output data L is set via a virtual input module with prefix "RS_TX" in
the Configuration. The length L results of the figure following the prefix.
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Byte Assignment Communication Output Data
Byte
Name
Value
Significance
0
Command
0 to 255
Parameterization command. See the table below
for further explanations.
1
Send counter
0 to 255
Number of send telegram, the interface sends data
if there are changes regarding the last value
2
Data length
0 to L-3
Number of following send data bytes
3 to L-1
Send data
0 to 255
Send data for interface
Tab. 30 PAA data communication Art. No. 56761
Bit assignment command in Byte 0 of the communication output data
Bit
Name
Value
Significance
0
Receive request
0 to 1
Request for receive data in request mode - if
contents does not equal status bit 0
1
Reset
0 to 1
1: Initialize communication interface, delete
contents of data buffer, delete remanent errors
2
Delete RX buffer
0 to 1
1: Delete content receive buffer
3
Reserved
0
4
Delete TX buffer
0 to 1
5
Reserved
0
6
Delete
receive error
0 to 1
7
Reserved
0
1: Delete contents send buffer
1: Reset status remanent receive error
Tab. 31 PAA data command byte Art. No. 56761
Receive Data from Communication Interface
If the status of the communication interface changes, the change is mapped in byte 0 of the
communication input data, irrespective if complete telegrams were received. The received telegrams
are displayed depending on the transfer protocol selected:
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Transfer Protocol Polling
The receive counter in byte no. 1 of the communication input data is incremented by one with every
telegram received via the communication interface. When the value 255 is reached, value 0 is taken.
The receive counter in byte no. 1 of the communication input data has to be read out cyclically
(polling) and compared with the former value, to find out if a complete telegram was received via the
communication interface. In the following, the receive data including data length can be read from byte
no. 3 in the communication input data.
If there is an increase of more than one in the communication input data compared to the former value
of the receive counter in byte no. 1, this means that telegrams have been received in the meantime,
whose contents can no longer be identified.
Transfer Protocol Request
You can find out if complete telegrams are available in the receive buffer, by evaluating bit no. 2 and 3
of the status by in byte no. 1 of the communication input data. If a telegram is available to be read, the
request bit no. 0 of the command byte in byte no. 1 of the communication output data must be set to
the complementary value of the request status bit no. 0 in byte no. 1 in the communication input data.
This means, the value in the communication output data has to be set to 0, if the value in the
communication input data was 1 and vice versa. This releases a request for receive data (request).
In the following, the contents of the received telegram including data length can be read from byte no.
2 in the communication input data. The receive counter in byte no. 1 of the communication input data
is incremented by one (compared to the state before receive data were requested) or set to 0, if the
state before was 255.
The receive counter in byte no. 1 of the communication input data is not changed and the
communication input data from byte 2 are set to 0, if receive data were requested, without at least one
complete telegram available in the receive buffer.
Send Data from Communication Interface
Commands via byte no. 0 in the communication output data for the communication interface can be
sent independently of the send data. If you want to send only one command, make sure not to change
the send counter in byte no. 1 of the communication output data.
When sending data, keep the following chronological order, to avoid sending unwanted data via the
communication interface:
1. Write access to the send data including length byte from byte no. 2 in the communication output
data. No write access is required, if the same data shall be send again via the communication
interface..
2. Write access to command byte no. 0 in the communication output data. Make sure that bit no. 1
and bit no. 0 are set to 0, otherwise no data will be sent via the communication interface.
3. Write access to the send counter in byte no. 1 in the communication output data. As soon as the
values available in the send counter are changed, the send data are sent via the communication
interface.
You can determine the state of the send buffer and avoid an overflow caused by additional send data,
by evaluating bit no. 4 and 5 of the status byte no. 1 of the communication input data.
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8.2.5.2 Data with Useful Data Protocol SEW-MOVIMOT
Byte Assignment of I/O Data – Process Input Data PE
The length of the process input data L is determined in words in the configuration by a virtual input
module with prefix "MOVIMOT_RX". A word consists of two bytes. Length L results from the number
following the prefix.
Byte assignment of process input data with input data length of 2 words ("MOVIMOT_RX_2 Word")
Word
0
Name
Status word 1
Value
0 to 65535
Meaning
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
1
Output current
0 to 65535
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
Tab. 32 PE data 2 words SEW-MOVILINK Art. No. 56761
Byte assignment of process input data with input data length of 3 words ("MOVIMOT_RX_3 Word")
Word
0
Name
Status word 1
Value
0 to 65535
Meaning
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
1
2
Output current
Status word 2
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK or 0
Tab. 33 PE data 3 words SEW-MOVILINK Art. No. 56761
The length of PE data in the response telegram of the SEW-MOVILINK protocol
depends on the selected length of the PA data. 2 words of PA data result in 2
words of PE data. The same applies to 3 words of PA data. If there is a difference
in data length in the configuration, Word 3 is either set to zero (RX 3 words,
"MOVIMOT_RX_3 Word" module and TX 2 words, "MOVIMOT_TX_2 Word"
module), or rejected (RX 2 words, "MOVIMOT_RX_2 Word" module, and TX 3
words, "MOVIMOT_TX_3 Word" module).
If no response telegram is received within 1 second, the process input data are
completely reset to zero. This is also the case if the data frame in the response
telegram of the SEW-MOVILINK is incorrect.
Byte Assignment of I/O Data – Process Output Data PA
The length of the process output data L is determined in words in the configuration by a virtual output
module with prefix "MOVIMOT_TX". A word consists of two bytes. Length L results from the number
following the prefix.
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Byte assignment of process output data with output data length of 2 words ("MOVIMOT_TX_2 Word")
Word
0
Name
Control word
Value
0 to 65535
Meaning
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
1
Revolutions
0 to 65535
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
Tab. 34 PA data 2 words SEW-MOVILINK Art. No. 56761
Byte assignment of process output data with output data length of 3 words ("MOVIMOT_TX_3 Word")
Word
0
Name
Control word
Value
0 to 65535
Meaning
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
1
2
Revolutions
Ramp status word
0 to 65535
0 to 65535
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK
PDU date in protocol SEW-MOVILINK or 0
Tab. 35 PA data 3 words SEW-MOVILINK Art. No. 56761
PA data are sent cyclically over the communication interface, taking account of
the time specifications in the SEW-MOVILINK protocol. If an error is detected in
the fieldbus, the PA data are reset to zero.
8.2.6
I&M Functions of Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12
Accesses per Master Class 2 are currently not possible. Master Class 2 accesses
will be supported in a future version.
Index 65000 read = IM0 of Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E 4xM12
I&M queries must always be executed at the slot of the Cube67+ DIO4 RS232/485 E
4xM12 .
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Identification
Description
Cube67+ DIO12
IOL4 E 8xM12
Art. No.
56765
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C3hex01hex 01hex DDhex
BDhex 06hex
Tab. 36 Identification Art. No. 56765
The complete identification of the Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 is composed of the above listed
identification and 4 following identifications for 4 virtual I/O link modules. Please refer to the associated
GSD file for the identifications of the IO link modules.
8.3.2
Baud rates
The four IO link masters of CUBE67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 Art. No. 56765 support
all three IO link baud rates according to IO Link Communication Specification 1.0
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8.3.3
Parameters
Number of parameter bytes: 18
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 0
Byte 0
7
6
Function channel 00..03
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function of Channel 00
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 00 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 01
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 01 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 02
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 02 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 03
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = output
This defines whether Channel 03 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Fig. 16 Parameter byte 0 Art.No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 1
Byte 1
7
6
Function channel 10 ..13
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function of Channel 10
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 00 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 11
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 11 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 12
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 12 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 13
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 13 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Fig. 17 Parameter byte 1 Art.No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 2
Byte 2
7
6
Function channel 14 ..17
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function of Channel 14
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 14 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 15
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 15 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 16
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 16 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Function of Channel 17
0 = input with NO contact function
1 = input with NC contact function
2 = diagnostic acc. to DESINA
3 = output
This defines whether Channel 17 is an input
or an output and whether the input
functions as an NO contact or an NC
contact.
Fig. 18 Parameter byte 2 Art. No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 3..5
0 (reserved)
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 6
Byte 6
7
6
Function IO link Port 1 / Channel 04
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
2 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
7 = reserved
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the I/O link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 19 Parameter byte 6 Art. No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 7
Byte 7
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 1 / Channel 04
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6,4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 20 Parameter byte 7 Art. No. 56765
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 8
Byte 8
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 1 / Channel 04
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 21 Parameter byte 8 Art. No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 9
Byte 9
7
6
Function IO link Port 2 / Channel 05
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
2 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
7 = RESERVED
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the IO link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 22 Parameter byte 9 Art. No. 56765
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 10
Byte 10
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 2 / Channel 05
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6.4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 23 Parameter byte 10 Art. No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 11
Byte 11
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 2 / Channel 05
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 24 Parameter byte 11 Art. No. 56765
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 12
Byte 12
7
6
Function IO link Port 3 / Channel 06
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
2 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
7 = RESERVED
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the IO link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 25 Parameter byte 12 Art. No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 13
Byte 13
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 3 / Channel 06
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6.4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 26 Parameter byte 13 Art. No. 56765
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 14
Byte 14
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 27 Parameter byte 14 Art. No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 15
Byte 15
7
6
Function IO link Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function IO link
0 = SCANMODE
1 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN
2 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = SIO_INPUT_OPEN_After_Param
6 = SIO_INPUT_CLOSED_After_Param
7 = RESERVED
8 = DEACTIVATED
This defines the state that the IO link
channel shall assume at system start.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 28 Parameter byte 15 Art. No. 56765
Bit assignment of parameter Byte 16
Byte 16
7
6
Cycle time IO link Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Multiplicator
0 to 63
This defines what multiplicator multiplies
the time base to obtain the required cycle
time of the IO link port.
Time base
0 = multiplicator * 0.1ms
1 = 6.4ms + multiplicator * 0.4ms
2 = 32ms + multiplicator * 1.6ms
3 = 134.4ms + multiplicator * 6.4ms
This defines what time base is used to
calculate the cycled time.
Fig. 29 Parameter byte 16 Art. No. 56765
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Bit assignment of parameter Byte 17
Byte 17
7
6
Local Diagnostic Messages of IO Link
Port 4 / Channel 07
5
4
3
2
1
0
Local diagnostic messages
0 = report
1 = report only line break
3 = do not report
This defines whether the diagnostics are
reported or not.
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
0 (reserved)
Fig. 30 Parameter byte 17 Art. No. 56765
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Data Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12
Bit assignment I/O data - input data PAE
Byte 0
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 4
Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 37 PAE data byte 1 Art. No. 56765
Byte 1
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 2
Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 38 PAE data byte 2 Art. No. 56765
Bit assignment I/O data - output data PAA
Byte 0
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 4
Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 39 PAE data byte 1 Art. No. 56765
Byte 1
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pin 2
Socket
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Tab. 40 PAE data byte 2 Art. No. 56765
In addition to the 2 bytes for PAE and PAA each, the configured IO Link PAE and PAA bytes are
transmitted. The data length depends on the virtual modules used.
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I&M Functions of Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12
For communication with the IO link sensors, the Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12 also supports I&M
functions. They are used for communication with the IO link devices as well as to represent modulespecific information.
Index 65000 read = IM0 of Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E 8xM12
Index 65016 read = IO – Link – MM acc. to specification
Index 65017 read = IM17 information from IO – Link Port 1
Index 65018 read = IM18 information from IO – Link Port 2
Index 65019 read = IM19 information from IO – Link Port 3
Index 65020 read = IM20 information from IO – Link Port 4
Index 65098 read and write = communication channel to connected IO link devices
Index 65099 read = IO – Link Master Directory
I&M queries must always be requested at the slot of the Cube67+ DIO12 IOL4 E
8xM12. For port-related IO link queries via IM98 (65098), the requested port is
contained in the I/O link protocol (Ports 1 to 4)
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Cube20-Module
For the Cube67 BN-P, the Cube20 modules described in this chapter can only be
used via the module Cube20 BN67 DIO8 Art. No. 56450.
9.1
Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art. No. 56450
9.1.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 DIO8 M12
56450
Process data
Input
Output
1 byte
1 byte
Identification
C3hex 00hex 00hex DChex 82hex 01hex
Tab. 41 Identification of Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art.-No. 56450
9.1.2
Bit assignment I/O - Data
9.1.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 (Terminal X3)
Bit
7
6
Channel 03
02
5
01
4
00
Byte 0 (Terminal X2)
3
2
1
03
02
01
0
00
Tab. 42 Input data Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art.-No. 56450
9.1.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 (Terminal X3)
Bit
7
6
Channel 03
02
5
01
4
00
Byte 0 (Terminal X2)
3
2
1
03
02
01
0
00
Tab. 43 Output data Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art.-No. 56450
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9.1.3
Parameterization
Length of the parameter: 1 Byte.
9.1.3.1 Function Channel X2 00…03 and X3 00…03
Decimal Bit 0
0
0
1
1
Signification
NO input
Output
Tab. 44 Function channel X2 00…03 und X3 00…03 Cube20 BN67 DIO8
9.1.4
Bit Assignment of the Parameter Bytes
Byte 0:
7
6
Funktion Kanal X2 00…03 und X3 00…03
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function channel X2:00
Function channel X2:01
Function channel X2:02
Function channel X2:03
Function channel X3:00
Function channel X3:01
Function channel X3:02
Function channel X3:03
Fig. 31 Parameterbyte 0 Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art.-No. 56450
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9.2
Cube20 DI32 Art. No.: 56112
9.2.1
Identification
Description
Cube20 DI32
Art.
Process data
Identification
56112
Input
4 bytes
43hex 03hex DBhex 30hex 00hex
Output
0 byte
Tab. 45 Identification of Cube20 DI32 Art.-No. 56112
9.2.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
9.2.3
bit assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM
Bit
Terminal
7
X0 07
6
X0 06
5
X0 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X1 07
6
X1 06
5
X1 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X2 07
6
X2 06
5
X2 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X3 07
6
X3 06
5
X3 05
Byte 0
4
X0 04
Byte 1
4
X1 04
Byte 2
4
X2 04
Byte 3
4
X3 04
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X1 03
2
X1 02
1
X1 01
0
X1 00
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
3
X3 03
2
X3 02
1
X3 01
0
X3 00
Tab. 46 Input Data Cube 20 DI32 Art. No.: 56112
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9.3
Cube20 DO16 Art. No.: 56117
9.3.1
Identification
Description
Cube20 DO16
Art.
Process data
Identification
56117
Input
0 byte
83hex 01hex DBhex 35hex 00hex
Output
4 bytes
Tab. 47 Identification of Cube20 DO16 Art.-No.: 56117
9.3.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
9.3.3
Bit Assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM
Bit
Klemme
7
X1 03
6
X1 02
5
X1 01
Bit
Klemme
7
X3 03
6
X3 02
5
X3 01
Byte 0
4
X1 00
Byte 1
4
X3 00
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
Tab. 48 Ausgangsdaten Cube20 DO16 Art.-No.: 56117
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9.4
Cube20 DO32 Art. No.: 56118
9.4.1
Kennung
Description
Art.
Process data
Input
Output
Identification
Cube20 DO32
56118
0 byte
83hex 03hex DBhex 36hex 00hex
4 bytes
Tab. 49 Identification of Cube20 DO32 Art.-No. 56118
9.4.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
9.4.3
Bit assignment I/O – Data – Output Data ODM
Bit
Terminal
7
X0 07
6
X0 06
5
X0 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X1 07
6
X1 06
5
X1 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X2 07
6
X2 06
5
X2 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X3 07
6
X3 06
5
X3 05
Byte 0
4
X0 04
Byte 1
4
X1 04
Byte 2
4
X2 04
Byte 3
4
X3 04
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X1 03
2
X1 02
1
X1 01
0
X1 00
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
3
X3 03
2
X3 02
1
X3 01
0
X3 00
Tab. 50 Output data Cube20 DO32 Art.-No. 56118
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9.5
Cube20 DI32 NPN / PNP Art. No. 56121
9.5.1
Identification
Description
Art.
Cube20 DI32 NPN / PNP
56121
Process data
Identification
Input
Output
4 byte
0 byte
43hex 03hex DBhex 39hex 00hex
Tab. 51 Identification of Cube20 DI32 NPN / PNP Art. No. 56121
9.5.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
9.5.3
Bit assignment I/O-Data – Input Data IDM
Bit
Terminal
7
X0 07
6
X0 06
5
X0 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X1 07
6
X1 06
5
X1 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X2 07
6
X2 06
5
X2 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X3 07
6
X3 06
5
X3 05
Byte 0
4
X0 04
Byte 1
4
X1 04
Byte 2
4
X2 04
Byte 3
4
X3 04
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X1 03
2
X1 02
1
X1 01
0
X1 00
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
3
X3 03
2
X3 02
1
X3 01
0
X3 00
Tab. 52 Input data Cube20 DI32 NPN / PNP Art. No. 56121
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9.6
Cube20 DI16 DO16 Art. No.: 56168
9.6.1
Identification
Description
Art.
Cube20 DI16 DO16
56168
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DBhex 68hex 00hex
Tab. 53 Identification of Cube20 DI16DO16 Art.-No. 56168
9.6.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
9.6.3
Bit assignment I/O - Data
9.6.3.1 Bit assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM
Bit
Terminal
7
X2 07
6
X2 06
5
X2 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X3 07
6
X3 06
5
X3 05
Byte 0
4
X2 04
Byte 1
4
X3 04
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
3
X3 03
2
X3 02
1
X3 01
0
X3 00
Tab. 54 nput data Cube20 DI16 DO16 Art.-No.: 56168
9.6.3.2 Bit assignment I/O-Data – Output Data ODM
Bit
Terminal
7
X0 07
6
X0 06
5
X0 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X1 07
6
X1 06
5
X1 05
Byte 0
4
X0 04
Byte 1
4
X1 04
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X1 03
2
X1 02
1
X1 01
0
X1 00
Tab. 55 Output data Cube20 DI16 Art.-No.: 56168
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9.7
Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56200 / 56201
9.7.1
Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56200
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AI4 U/I
56201
Process data
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
Identification
43hex 43hex DBhex 88hex 0Chex
Tab. 56 Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56200
9.7.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I
Art. No.: 56200
Number of Parameter bytes: 12
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 3 (channel 1), 6 (channel 2), 9 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: measuring range,
diagnostics, data format, smoothing
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing
0 0 = None
0 1 = Weak
1 0 = Moderate
1 1 = Strong
reserviert
Fig. 32 Parameter byte 0, 3, 6, 9 of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56200
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1…2, 4…5, 7…8, 10…11
Reserved
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Explanation of Smoothing (Only Cube20 AI4 U/I Modules)
The analog signal can be prefiltered in the device, in order to reduce sensitivity to short-term jitter.
The measuring time per channel is 4.0 ms. The total cycle time is the result of the measuring time per
channel + 4.0 ms. The diagram below illustrates the module behavior to a step response in an active
channel.
Fig. 33 Smoothing / Recorded step response with filters applied
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Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56201
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AI4 U/I
56201
Process data
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
Identification
43hex 43hex DBhex 89hex 10hex
Tab. 57 dentification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56201
9.7.5
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I
Art. No.: 56201
Number of Parameter bytes: 16
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 4 (channel 1), 8 (channel 2), 12 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: measuring range,
diagnostics, data format, smoothing
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing
0 0 = None
0 1 = Weak
1 0 = Moderate
1 1 = Strong
reserved
Fig. 34 Parameter byte 0, 4, 8, 12 of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56201
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1, 5, 9, 13
reserved
For explanation of smoothing please see "Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200".
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 2 and 3 (channel 0), 6 and 7 (channel 1), 10 and 11
(channel 2), 14 and 15 (channel 3)
Byte 2, 6, 10, 14 channel 0…3: Delta low Byte
Byte 3, 7, 11, 15 channel 0…3: Delta high Byte
Decimal
Byte
Signification
0 – 32767
0 – 0x7FFF
Delta
Tab. 58 Delta byte of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56201
9.7.6
Delta Value (Only Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56201)
The delta value can be used to define the number of increments to increase or reduce the last
measured value, in order to update the analog input value. This parameter can be used for reducing
the bus load of the internal system connection.
Example: The last value measured was 1000. With a delta of 100, the next measurand will only be
sent, if it is < 900 or > 1100.
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Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.No.: 56200 / 56201
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
Byte
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
LSB
8
9
Tab. 59 Bit assignment analog I/O – data in Intel format
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
3
MSB
15
VZ
14
I/O data
4
5
3
2
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
2
1
1
9
LSB
8
MSB
7
6
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
1
LSB
0
Tab. 60 Bit assignment Analog I/O – data in Motorola format
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9.7.8
Representation of analog values of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.:
56200 / 56201
Representation of analog values of input data 16 Bit with sign
decimal
hexadecimal
binary
> 11.7589 V
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
11.7589 V
32511
7EFF
0111 1110 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
From
threshold
value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
10 V
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
10.0004 V
…
Overshooting
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
0...10 V
Nominal range
0.0004 V
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
<0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 61 Analog values Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200/56201 in the range of 0…10 V
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decimal
hexadecimal
binary
> 11.7589 V
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
11.7589 V
32511
7EFF
0111 1110 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
From
threshold
value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
10 V
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.0004 V
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
CA00
1100 1010 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
9400
1001 0100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-10.0004 V
-27649
93FF
1001 0011 1111 1111
Undershooting
No
From
threshold
value
…
-27648
…
-10 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
-13824
…
-5 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
1
…
0.0004 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
10.0004 V
…
Overshooting
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
-10...+10 V
Undershooting
-11.759 V
-32512
8100
1000 0001 0000 0000
Undershooting
Yes
< -11.759 V
-32768
8000
1000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
Yes
Tab. 62 Analog values Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200/56201 in the range of -0…+10 V
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decimal
hexadecimal
decimal
> 22.963 mA
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
22.963 mA
31744
7C00
0111 1110 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
From
threshold
value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
…
13824
…
10 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
20.0007 mA
…
Overshooting
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
< 0...20 mA
Nominal range
0.0007 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
<0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
No
Tab. 63 Analog values Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200/56201 in the range of 0…20 mA
decimal
hexadecimal
binary
> 22.8142 mA
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
22.8142 mA
32511
7EFF
0111 1100 0000 0000
Overshooting
Yes
From
threshold
value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
…
13824
…
12 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
20.0006 mA
…
Overshooting
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
< 4...20 mA
Nominal range
4.0006 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
4 mA
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
< 4 mA
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 64 Analog values Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200/56201 in the range of 4…20 mA
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Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56220 / 56221
9.8.1
Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56220
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AO4 U/I
56220
Process data
Input
Output
0 words
4 words
Identification
83hex 43hex DBhex 9Chex 0Chex
Tab. 65 Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56220
9.8.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I
Art. No.: 56220
Number of Parameter bytes: 12
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 3 (channel 1), 6 (channel 2), 9 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: Measuring range,
diagnostics, data format
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
reserved
reserved
Fig. 35 Parameter byte 0, 3, 6, 9 of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56220
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1…2, 4…5, 7…8, 10…11
Reserved
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Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No. 56221
Description
Art.
No.
Cube20 AO4 U/I
Process data
56221
Identification
Input
Output
0 words
4 words
0x82,0x43,0xDB,0x9D
Tab. 66 Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56221
9.8.4
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I
Art. No.: 56221
Number of Parameter bytes: 16
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 4 (channel 1), 8 (channel 2), 12 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: Measuring range,
diagnostics, data format
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
reserved
reserved
Fig. 36 Parameter byte 0, 4, 8, 12 of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56221
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1…3, 5…7, 9…11, 13…15,
Reserved
131
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Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.
No.: 56220 / 56221
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
Byte
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
LSB
8
9
Tab. 67 Bit assignment analog I/O – data in Intel format
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
3
MSB
15
VZ
14
I/O data
4
5
3
2
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
2
1
1
9
LSB
8
MSB
7
6
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
1
LSB
0
Tab. 68 Bit assignment Analog I/O – data in Motorola format
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Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.:
56220 / 56221
Representation of analog values of output data 16 Bit with sign
Diagnos
tic
10 V
>= 27649
>= 6C01
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
10 V
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Output range
0...10 V
Nominal range
0.0004 V
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
0
<0
<0000
< 0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
No
Tab. 69 Analog values Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221 in the range of 0...10 V
decimal
hexadecimal
binary
10 V
>= 27649
>= 6C01
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
10 V
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.0004 V
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
CA00
1100 1010 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
…
-13824
…
-5 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
1
…
0.0004 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
Diagnos
tic
…
Range
…
Measured value
…
Measuring
range
-10...+10 V
Nominal range
-10 V
-27648
9400
1001 0100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-10 V
<= -27649
<= 93FF
<= 1001 0011 1111 1111
Undershooting
No
Tab. 70 Analog values Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221 in the range of -10...+10 V
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decimal
hexadecimal
binary
20 mA
>= 27649
>= 6C01
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
…
13824
…
10 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
Diagnos
tic
…
Range
…
Measured value
…
Measuring
range
0...20 mA
Nominal range
0.0007 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
Tab. 71 Analogvalues Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221 in the range of 0...20 mA
dezimal
hexadezimal
binary
20 mA
>= 27649
>= 6C01
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
…
13824
…
12 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
Diagnos
tic
…
Range
…
Measured value
…
Measuring
range
4...20 mA
Nominal range
4.0006 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
4 mA
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
Tab. 72 Analog values Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221 in the range of 4...20 mA
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9.9
Cube20 AI4 RTD Art. No.: 56230
9.9.1
Identification
Description
Art.
No.
Cube20 AI4 RTD
Process data
56230
Identification
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
43hex 43hex DBhex A6hex 05hex
Tab. 73 Identification of Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No. 56230
9.9.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 5
Bit assignment of parameter byte 0
Byte 0
7
6
Channel 0: data format, temperature unit,
channel diagnostics
5
4
3
2
1
0
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Temperature unit
0 = Celcius
1 = Fahrenheit
reserved
Channel diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Fig. 37 Parameter byte 0 of Cube20 AI4 RTD Art. No.: 56230
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1 (channel 0), 2 (channel 1), 3 (channel 2), 4 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Measurement channel 0…3 and sensor
channel 0…3
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement channel 0…3
0 0 = Inactive
0 1 = 3-wire technology
1 0 = 2-wire technology
reserved
Sensor channel 0
0 0 0 0 = Platinum 100
0 0 0 1 = Platinum 200
0 0 1 0 = Platinum 500
0 0 1 1 = Platinum 1000
0 1 0 0 = Nickel 100
0 1 0 1 = Nickel 120
0 1 1 0 = Nickel 200
0 1 1 1 = Nickel 500
1 0 0 0 = Nickel 1000
1 0 0 1 = Resistor
reserved
Fig. 38 Parameter byte 1, 2, 3, 4 of Cube20 AI4 RTD Art. No.: 56230
9.9.3
Binary Representation of Analog Data
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
9
LSB
8
Tab. 74 Bit assignment analog I/O – Data in Intel format
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Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
MSB
15
VZ
14
3
2
2
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
1
1
9
LSB
8
MSB
7
6
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
LSB
0
1
Tab. 75 Bit assignment Analog I/O – Data in Motorola format
9.9.4
Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 RTD Art. No.:
56230
Representation of analog values of input data 16 Bit with sign
The data is represented in steps of 1/10 Ohm for the resistance range, in steps of 1/10 degree Celsius
or 1/10 degree Fahrenheit for the temperature ranges.
Analog values for the unit "degree Celsius"
8500
2134
850 °C
8500
2134
Diagnostic
0010 0001 0011 0100
Overshooting
0010 0001 0011 0100
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 850 °C
Range
…
Measuring value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Pt 100 / Pt 200 / Pt 500 /
Pt 1000
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 76 Analog values Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230 in the range of platinum / °C
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2500
09C4
250 °C
2500
09C4
0000 1001 1100 0100
Overshooting
0000 1001 1100 0100
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0000
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 250 °C
Diagnostic
…
dezimal
Range
…
Measured value
hexadezimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Ni 100 / Ni 120 / Ni 200 /
Ni 500 / Ni 1000
Nominal range
-60 °C
-600
FDA8
1111 1101 1010 1000
Nominal range
No
< -60 °C
-600
FDA8
1111 1101 1010 1000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 77 Analog values Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230 in the range of Nickel / °C
Analog values for the unit "degree Fahrenheit"
15620
3D04
1562 °F
15620
3D04
0011 1101 0000 0100
Overshooting
0011 1101 0000 0100
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
1
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 1562 °F
Diagnostic
…
decimal
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Pt 100 / Pt 200 / Pt 500 /
Pt 1000
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 78 Analog values Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230/ in the range of platinum / °F
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4820
12D4
482 °F
4820
12D4
Diagnostic
0001 0010 1101 0100
Overshooting
0001 0010 1101 0100
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
1
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 482 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Ni 100 / Ni 120 / Ni 200 /
Ni 500 / Ni 1000
Nominal range
-76 °F
-760
FD08
1111 1101 0000 1000
Nominal range
No
< -76 °F
-760
FD08
1111 1101 0000 1000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 79 Analog values Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230/ in the range of nickel / °F
30000
7530
3000 
30000
7530
Diagnostic
0111 0101 0011 0000
Overshooting
0111 0101 0011 0000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
…
> 3000 
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Resistor
Nominal range
0,1 
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
Tab. 80 Analog values Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230 in the range of resistance
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9.10
Cube20 AI4 TH Art. No.: 56240
9.10.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AI4 TH
56240
Process data
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
Identification
43hex 43hex DBhex B0hex 05hex
Tab. 81 Identification of Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No. 56240
9.10.2
Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 5
Bit assignment of parameter byte 0
Byte 0
7
6
Channel 0: data format, temperature unit,
channel diagnostics
5
4
3
2
1
0
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Temperature unit
0 = Celcius
1 = Fahrenheit
reserved
Channel diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Fig. 39 Parameter byte 0 of Cube20 AI4 TH Art. No.: 56240
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1 (channel 0), 2 (channel 1), 3 (channel 2), 4 (channel 3)
Byte
Channel 0…3:
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement channel 0
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = Type K
0 1 0 = Type N
0 1 1 = Type J
1 0 0 = Type E
1 0 1 = Type R
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Fig. 40 Parameter byte 1, 2, 3, 4 of Cube20 A/4 TH Art. No. 56240
9.10.3
Binary Representation of Analog Data
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
Byte
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
LSB
8
9
Tab. 82 Bit Assignment Analog I/O – Data in Intel format
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
I/O data
Byte
7
6
5
4
Channel
3
2
Bit
Byte
MSB
15
VZ
14
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
9
LSB
8
3
2
1
1
MSB
7
6
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
1
LSB
0
Tab. 83 Bit Assignment Analog I/O – Data in Motorola format
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Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 TH Art. No.:
56240
Representation of analog values of input data 16 Bit with sign
The data are represented in steps of 1/10 degree Celsius or 1/10 degree Fahrenheit.
Analog values for the unit "degree Celsius"
3598
1372 °C
13720
3598
0011 0101 1001 1000
Overshooting
0011 0101 1001 1000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
13720
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 1372 °C
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type K
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 84 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type K / °C
32C8
1300 °C
13000
32C8
0011 0010 1100 1000
Overshooting
0011 0010 1100 1000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
13000
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 1300 °C
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type N
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 85 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type N / °C
Measuring range
Type J
Measured value
hexadezimal
binary
decimal
> 1200 °C
12000
2EE0
1200 °C
12000
2EE0
Range
Diagnostic
0010 1110 1110 0000
Overshooting
0010 1110 1110 0000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
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Diagnostic
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
Range
…
Measured value
hexadezimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Type J
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 86 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type J / °C
2710
1000 °C
10000
2710
0010 0111 0001 0000
Overshooting
0010 0111 0001 0000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
10000
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 1000 °C
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type E
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 87 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type E / °C
17680
4510
1768 °C
17680
4510
Diagnostic
0100 0101 0001 0000
Overshooting
0100 0101 0001 0000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 1768 °C
Range
…
Measured value
hexadezimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Type R
Nominal range
-50 °C
-500
FE0C
1111 1110 0000 1100
Nominal range
No
< -50 °C
-500
FE0C
1111 1110 0000 1100
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
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Tab. 88 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type R / °C
Analog values for the unit "degree Fahrenheit"
61B8
2501.6 °F
25016
61B8
0011 0000 11011 1000
Overshooting
0011 0000 11011 1000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
25016
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 2501.6 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type K
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 89 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type K / °F
23720
5CA8
2372 °F
23720
5CA8
Diagnostic
0101 1100 1010 1000
Overshooting
0101 1100 1010 1000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 2372 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Type N
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
55A0
2192 °F
21920
55A0
…
21920
…
decimal
> 2192 °F
…
Measuring range
Type J
Range
Diagnostic
0101 0101 1010 0000
Overshooting
0101 0101 1010 0000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
…
Tab. 90 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type N / °F
Nominal range
No
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0.1 °F
0
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Type J
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 91 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type J / °F
4790
1832 °F
18320
4790
0100 0111 1001 0000
Overshooting
0100 0111 1001 0000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
18320
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 1832 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type E
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 92 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type E / °F
32144
7D90
3214.4 °F
32144
7D90
Diagnostic
0111 1101 1001 0000
Overshooting
0111 1101 1001 0000
Nominal range
From
threshold
value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 3214.4 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Type R
Nominal range
-58 °F
-580
FDBC
1111 1101 1011 1100
Nominal range
No
< -58 °F
-580
FDBC
1111 1101 1011 1100
Undershooting
From
threshold
value
Tab. 93 Analog values Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 in the range of Type R / °F
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Cube67 Digital I/O Modules
In the GSD file Version 1, the default setting of Pin 2 “Diagnostic input”. In the GSD
file Version 2 the default setting was changed to “input with N/O function”.
Reserved bytes must be written with zero. When using the GSD, file this will be done
automatically.
No. of I/O modules
1
4
8
12
16
Running time bus node
1-2
1-4
1-5
2-6
2-10
Running time module
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
Total running time
3 – 6 ms
3 – 8 ms
3 – 9 ms
4 – 10 ms
4 – 14 ms
Tab. 94 Signal delay of the digital inputs and outputs
10.1
DIO16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56600
10.1.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
DIO 16 C 8xM12
DI16 C 8xM12
DO16 C 8xM12
56600
56600
56600
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 18hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Ahex
82 hex 01hex DDhex 1Chex
Tab. 95 Identification
10.1.2
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
Input Data (IDM)
Byte 0 (Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 96 Input data (IDM)
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Output data (ODM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 97 Output data (ODM)
10.1.3
Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
fo Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
10.1.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Tab. 98 Function Pin 2
10.1.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 99 Function Pin 4
10.1.3.3 Parameterbytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 100
Parameterbytes
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10.1.3.4 Bit Assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0
7
6
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 41 Bit assignment of byte0
Byte 1
7
6
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 42 Bit assignment of byte1
Byte 2
7
6
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 43 Bit assignment of byte2
Byte 3
7
6
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
Fig. 44 Bit assignment of byte3
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10.2
DIO16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56601xx
10.2.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
DIO16 E 8xM12
DI16 E 8xM12
DO16 E 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12 VA
DI16 E 8xM12 VA
DO16 E 8xM12 VA
DIO16 E 8xM12 VA
DI16 E 8xM12 VA
DO16 E 8xM12 VA
56601
56601
56601
5660150
5660150
5660150
5660151
5660151
5660151
Process data
Input
Output
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
Tab. 101
10.2.2
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 19hex 08hex
43hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex 08hex
83hex 01hex 27hex 10hex 08hex
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 19hex 08hex
43hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex 08hex
83hex 01hex 27hex 10hex 08hex
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 19hex 08hex
43hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex 08hex
83hex 01hex 27hex 10hex 08hex
Identification
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.2.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 102
Input data (IDM)
10.2.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 103
Output data (ODM)
150
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Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
10.2.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Tab. 104
Function pin 2
10.2.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 105
Function pin 4
10.2.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 106
Parameter bytes
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10.2.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0
7 6 5
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 45 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1
7 6 5
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 46 Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2
7 6 5
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 47 Bit assignment of byte 2
Byte 3
7 6 5
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
Fig. 48 Bit assignment of byte 3
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10.3
DI16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56602
10.3.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
DI16 C 8xM12
56602
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 107
10.3.2
Identification
43hex 01hex DDhex 1Ahex 08hex
Identification
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.3.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 108
10.3.3
Input data (IDM)
Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
10.3.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
Tab. 109
Function pin 2
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10.3.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 110
Function pin 4
10.3.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 111
Parameter bytes
10.3.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 49 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 50 Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 51 Bit assignment of byte 2
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
Fig. 52 Bit assignment of byte 1
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10.4
DI16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56603xx
10.4.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
DI16 E 8xM12
DI16 E 8xM12 VA
56603
5660350
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 Byte
Tab. 112
10.4.2
Identification
43hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex 08hex
43hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex 08hex
Identification
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.4.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 113
10.4.3
Input data (IDM)
Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
10.4.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
Tab. 114
Function pin 2
10.4.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 115
Function pin 4
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10.4.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 116
Parameter bytes
10.4.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 53 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 54 Bit assignment of byte 1
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Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 55 Bit assignment of byte 2
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
Fig. 56 Bit assignment of byte 3
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10.5
DO12 E 6xM12 K3 – Art.Nr. 56605
10.5.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
DO12 E 6xM12 K3
56605
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 117
10.5.2
Identification
83hex 01hex DDhex 1Dhex 04hex
Identification
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.5.2.1 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 05 )
Bit
7
6
Channel reserved reserved
Byte 1 ( Channel 10 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel reserved reserved
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 118
10.5.3
Byte
4
5
6
7
Output data (ODM)
Parameter bytes
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 119
Parameter bytes
10.6
DI16 E 8xM12 NPN – Art.Nr. 56606
10.6.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
DI16 E 8xM12 NPN
56606
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 120
Identification
43hex 01hex DDhex 1Ehex 08hex
Identification
159
Manual
10.6.2
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Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.6.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 121
10.6.3
Input data (IDM)
Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
10.6.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 122
Function Pin 2
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10.6.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 123
10.6.4
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function Pin 4
Parameter bytes
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 124
Parameter bytes
10.6.4.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 57 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 58 Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 59 Bit assignment of byte 2
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Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
Fig. 60 Bit assignment of byte 3
10.7
DIO8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56610
10.7.1
Identification
Bezeichnung
Art.No.
DIO8 C 4xM12
DI8 C 4xM12
DO8 C 4xM12
56610
56610
56610
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Tab. 125
10.7.2
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 22hex 04hex
43hex 01hex DDhex 24hex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 26hex 04hex
Identification
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.7.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 126
Input data (IDM)
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10.7.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 127
10.7.3
Output data (ODM)
Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
10.7.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Tab. 128
Function Pin 2
10.7.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 129
Function Pin 4
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10.7.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 130
Parameter bytes
10.7.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 61 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 62 Bit assignment of byte 1
165
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10.8
DIO8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56611xx
10.8.1
Identification
Bezeichnung
Art.No.
DIO8 E 4xM12
DI8 E 4xM12
DO8 E 4xM12
DIO8 E 4xM12 VA
DI8 E 4xM12 VA
DO8 E 4xM12 VA
56611
56611
56611
5661150
5661150
5661150
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Tab. 131
10.8.2
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 23hex 04hex
43hex 01hex DDhex 25hex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 27hex 04hex
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 23hex 04hex
43hex 01hex DDhex 25hex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 27hex 04hex
Identification
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.8.2.1 Input data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 132
Input data (IDM)
10.8.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 133
10.8.3
Output data (ODM)
Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
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10.8.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Tab. 134
Function Pin 2
10.8.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 135
Function Pin 4
10.8.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 136
Parameter bytes
10.8.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 63 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 64 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.9
DI8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56612
10.9.1
Identification
Description
Art.No.
DI8 C 4xM12
56612
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 137
10.9.2
Identification
43hex 01hex DDhex 24hex 04hex
Identification
Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.9.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 138
10.9.3
Input data (IDM)
Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
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10.9.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
Tab. 139
Function Pin 2
10.9.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 140
Function Pin 4
10.9.3.3 Parameterbytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 141
Parameter bytes
10.9.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 65 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 66 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.10
DI8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56613
10.10.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DI8 E 4xM12
56613
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 142
Identification
43hex 01hex DDhex 25hex 04hex
Identification
10.10.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.10.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 143
Input data (IDM)
10.10.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
170
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10.10.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
Tab. 144
Function Pin 2
10.10.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 145
Function Pin 4
10.10.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 146
Parameter bytes
10.10.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0
7 6 5
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 67 Bit assignment of byte 0
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7 6 5
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Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 68 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.11
DI8 E 4xM12 NPN – Art.No. 56616
10.11.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DI8 E 4xM12 NPN
56616
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 147
Identification
43hex 01hex DDhex 28hex 04hex
Identification
10.11.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.11.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 148
Input data (IDM)
10.11.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
10.11.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 149
Function Pin 2
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10.11.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 150
Function Pin 4
10.11.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 151
Parameter bytes
10.11.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 69 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 70 Bit assignment of byte 1
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DIO8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56620
10.12.1 Identification
Description
DIO8 C 8xM8
DI8 C 8xM8
DO8 C 8xM8
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56620 1 Byte
1 Byte
56620 1 Byte
56620 1 Byte
Tab. 152
Identification
C3hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Chex 04hex
43hex 00hex DDhex 2Ehex 04hex
83hex 00hex DDhex 30hex 04hex
Identification
10.12.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.12.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
Tab. 153
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
2
02
1
01
0
00
Input data (IDM)
10.12.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
Tab. 154
4
04
3
03
Output data (ODM)
10.12.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
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10.12.3.1 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 155
Function Pin 4
10.12.3.2 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 156
Parameter bytes
10.12.3.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 71 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 72 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.13
DIO8 E 8xM8 – ArtNr. 56621xx
10.13.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DIO8 E 8xM8
DI8 E 8xM8
DO8 E 8xM8
DIO8 E 8xM8 VA
DI8 E 8xM8 VA
DO8 E 8xM8 VA
56621
56621
56621
5662150
5662150
5662150
Process data
Input
Output
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Tab. 157
Identification
C3hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Dhex 04hex
43hex 00hex DDhex 2Fhex 04hex
83hex 00hex DDhex 31hex 04hex
C3hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Dhex 04hex
43hex 00hex DDhex 2Fhex 04hex
83hex 00hex DDhex 31hex 04hex
Identification
10.13.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.13.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
Tab. 158
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Input data (IDM)
176
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10.13.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
Tab. 159
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Output data (ODM)
10.13.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
10.13.3.1 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 160
Function Pin 4
10.13.3.2 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 161
Parameter bytes
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10.13.3.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 73 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 74 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.14
DI8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56622
10.14.1 Identification
Description
DI8 C 8xM8
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56622 1 Byte
Tab. 162
Identification
42hex 00hex DDhex 2Ehex
Identification
10.14.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.14.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
Tab. 163
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Input data (IDM)
178
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10.14.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
10.14.3.1 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 164
Function Pin 4
10.14.3.2 Parameterbytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 165
Parameter bytes
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10.14.3.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 75 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 76 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.15
DI8 E 8xM8 – Art.No. 56623
10.15.1 Identification
Description
DI8 E 8xM8
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56623 1 Byte
Tab. 166
Identification
43hex 00hex DDhex 2Fhex 04hex
Identification
180
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10.15.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.15.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
Tab. 167
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Input data (IDM)
10.15.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
10.15.3.1 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Reserved
Reserved
Tab. 168
Function Pin 4
10.15.3.2 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 169
Parameter bytes
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10.15.3.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 77 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 78 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.16
DI8 E 8xM8 NPN – Art.No. 56626
10.16.1 Identification
Description
DI8 E 8xM8 NPN
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56626 1 Byte
Tab. 170
Identification
43hex 00hex DDhex 32hex 04hex
Identification
10.16.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.16.2.1.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
Tab. 171
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Input data (IDM)
182
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10.16.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
10.16.3.1 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Reserved
Reserved
Tab. 172
Function Pin 4
10.16.3.2 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 173
Parameter bytes
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10.16.3.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 79 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 80 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.17
DIO8 E 4xM12 1A – Art.No. 56631
10.17.1 Identification
Description
DIO8 E 4xM12 1A
DI8 E 4xM12 1A
DO8 E 4xM12 1A
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56631 2 Byte
2 Byte
56631 2 Byte
56631 2 Byte
Tab. 174
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 37hex 04hex
43hex 01hex 27hex 11hex 04hex
83hex 01hex 27hex 12hex 04hex
Identification
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10.17.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
10.17.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 175
Input data (IDM)
10.17.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 176
Output data (ODM)
10.17.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
10.17.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Tab. 177
Function Pin 2
10.17.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
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Tab. 178
Function Pin 4
10.17.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
Tab. 179
Parameter bytes
10.17.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 81 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 82 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.18
DIO16 C 8xM12 1,6A – Art.No. 56640
10.18.1 Identification
Art.No.
56640
56640
56640
Description
Process data
Input
Output
DIO 16 C 8xM12 1,6A 2 Byte
2 Byte
DI 16 C 8xM12 1,6A
2 Byte
2 Byte
DO 16 C 8xM12 1,6A 2 Byte
2 Byte
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 40hex 08hex
43hex 01hex 27hex 13hex 08hex
83hex 01hex 27hex 14hex 08hex
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Tab. 180
Identification
10.18.2 Bit assignment I/O data
Input Data (IDM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 181
Output data (ODM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
Input data (IDM)
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 182
Output data (ODM)
10.18.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
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10.18.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Tab. 183
Function Pin 2
10.18.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 184
Function Pin 4
10.18.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 185
Parameter bytes
10.18.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 83 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 84 Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 85 Bit assignment of byte 2
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
Fig. 86 Bit assignment of byte 3
189
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10.19
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DIO16 DO16 E 16xM12 (1,6/2A) – Art.No. 56641
10.19.1 Identification
Art.No.
Description
56641
DIO16 DO16 E
16xM12 (1,6/2A)
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
4 Byte
Tab. 186
Identification
C3Hex 03Hex 01Hex DDHex 41Hex 0Dhex
Identification
10.19.2 Bit assignment I/O data
Input data (IDM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
Tab. 187
Output data (ODM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
Byte 2 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 27
26
Byte 3 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 37
36
Input data (IDM)
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
5
25
4
24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
5
35
4
34
3
33
2
32
1
31
0
30
Tab. 188
Output data (ODM)
10.19.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
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10.19.3.1 Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Tab. 189
Function Pin 2
10.19.3.2 Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 190
Function Pin 4
10.19.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 191
Parameter bytes
10.19.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Fig. 87 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Fig. 88 Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Fig. 89 Bit assignment of byte 2
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
Fig. 90 Bit assignment of byte 3
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10.20
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DO16 C Valve K3 – Art.No. 56650
10.20.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO16 C Valve K3
56650
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 192
Identification
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Ahex 04hex
Identification
10.20.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.20.2.1 Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
Tab. 193
Output data (ODM)
10.20.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 194
Parameter bytes
193
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10.21
DO8 C Valve CPV(9) K3 – Art.Nr. 5665003
10.21.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
Process data
Input
Output
2 Byte
DO8 C Valve CPV(9) K3 5665003
Tab. 195
Identification
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Ahex 04hex
Kennung
10.21.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.21.2.1 Output data ODM
Bit
Channel
7
free
6
free
Bit
Channel
7
free
6
free
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 bis 07 )
5
4
3
05
04
free
Byte 1 (Channel 08 bis 15 )
5
4
3
13
12
free
Tab. 196
Output data ODM
Tab. 197
Parameter bytes
2
free
1
01
0
00
2
free
1
09
0
08
10.21.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
194
Manual
10.22
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DO16 E Valve – Art.No. 56651xx
10.22.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO16 E Valve
DO16 E Valve CPV
DO16 E Valve V
DO16 E Valve V20/22
DO16 E Valve VM10
DO16 E Valve V20/22 B
DO16 E Valve SMC
DO16 E Valve SMC M27
DO16 E Valve V20/22 C
DO16 E Valve CPV VA
DO16 E Valve CPV VA
56651
5665100
5665101
5665110
5665111
5665112
5665113
5665114
5665115
5665150
5665151
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Tab. 198
Identification
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex 04hex
Identification
10.22.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.22.2.1 Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
Tab. 199
Output data (ODM)
10.22.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 200
Parameter bytes
195
Manual
10.23
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DO16 E MAC – Art.No. 56653
10.23.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO16 E MAC
56653
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Tab. 201
Identification
83hex 01hex DDhex 4Dhex 04hex
Identification
10.23.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.23.2.1 Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
Tab. 202
Output data (ODM)
10.23.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 203
Parameter bytes
196
Manual
10.24
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DO8 E Valve – Art.No. 56655xx
10.24.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO8 E Valve
DO8 E Valve CPV
DO8 E Valve CPV (9)
56655
5665500
5665501
Process data
Input
Output
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Tab. 204
Identification
83hex 00hex DDhex 4Fhex 02hex
83hex 00hex DDhex 4Fhex 02hex
83hex 00hex DDhex 4Fhex 02hex
Identification
10.24.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.24.2.1 Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
Tab. 205
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Output data (ODM)
10.24.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
Signification
reserved
reserved
Tab. 206
10.25
Parameter bytes
DO32 E Valve 0,5A– Art.No. 56656xx
10.25.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO32 E Valve 0,5A
DO24 E Valve VM10
DO32 E Valve MPA
DO32 E Valve HF03
DO32 E Valve VM10
DO23 E Valve SMC
DO22 E Valve CPA
DO24 E Valve HF04
DO24 E Valve SMC M27
56656
5665600
5665601
5665602
5665603
5665604
5665605
5665606
5665607
Process data
Input
Output
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
Tab. 207
Identification
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
83hex 03hex DDhex 50hex 08hex
Identification
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10.25.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.25.2.1 Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
Byte 2 ( Channel 16 to 23 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 23
22
Byte 3 ( Channel 24 to 31 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 31
30
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
5
21
4
20
3
19
2
18
1
17
0
16
5
29
4
28
3
27
2
26
1
25
0
24
Tab. 208
Output data (ODM)
10.25.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 209
Parameter bytes
198
Manual
10.26
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DO32 E MAC – Art.No. 56657
10.26.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO32 E MAC 0,5A
56657
Process data
Input
Output
4 Byte
Tab. 210
Identification
83hex 03hex DDhex 51hex 08hex
Identification
10.26.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.26.2.1 Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
Byte 2 ( Channel 16 to 23 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 23
22
Byte 3 ( Channel 24 to 31 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 31
30
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
5
21
4
20
3
19
2
18
1
17
0
16
5
29
4
28
3
27
2
26
1
25
0
24
Tab. 211
Output data (ODM)
10.26.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 212
Parameter bytes
199
Manual
10.27
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DIO8 E Cable (ArtNr. 56661), DIO8 E Cable 2m (5666100),
DIO8 E Cable M12 ID (5666500)
10.27.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DIO8 E Cable
DIO8 E Cable 2m
DI8 E Cable M12 ID
DO8 E Cable M12 ID
DIO8 E Cable M12 ID
56661
5666100
56661
56661
5666500
Process data
Input
Output
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Tab. 213
Identification
C3hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 55hex 04hex
C3hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 55hex 04hex
43hex 00hex 27hex 15hex 04hex
83hex 00hex 27hex 16hex 04hex
C3hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 59hex 02hex
Identification
10.27.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.27.2.1 Input data IDM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
4
04
Tab. 214
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
2
02
1
01
0
00
Input data (IDM)
10.27.2.2 Output data ODM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
Tab. 215
4
04
3
03
Output data (ODM)
10.27.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible.
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10.27.3.1 Function I/O
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 216
Function I/O
10.27.3.2 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
reserved
Tab. 217
Parameter bytes
10.27.3.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Fig. 91 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function Channel 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Fig. 92 Bit assignment of byte 1
201
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10.28
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DIO16 E Cable 0,5A – ArtNr. 56662
10.28.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DIO16 E Cable
DI16 E Cable
DO16 E Cable
56662
56662
56662
Process data
Input
Output
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
Tab. 218
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 56hex 08hex
43hex 01hex 027hex 17hex 08hex
83hex 01hex 27hex 18hex 08hex
Identification
10.28.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.28.2.1 Input data IDM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
Tab. 219
Input data (IDM)
10.28.2.2 Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
Tab. 220
Output data (ODM)
10.28.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible.
202
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10.28.3.1 Function I/O
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 221
Function I/O
10.28.3.2 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
Function Channel 08..11
Function Channel 12..15
Tab. 222
Parameter bytes
10.28.3.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel 00..03
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Fig. 93 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function Channel 04..07
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Fig. 94 Bit assignment of byte 1
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Byte 0 Function Channel 08..11
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function Channel 08
Function Channel 09
Function Channel 10
Function Channel 11
Fig. 95 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function Channel 12..15
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function Channel 12
Function Channel 13
Function Channel 14
Function Channel 15
Fig. 96 Bit assignment of byte 1
10.29
DIO8 E M16 0,5A – ArtNr. 56663
10.29.1 Identification
Description
DIO8 E M16 0,5A
DI8 E M16 0,5A
DO8 E M16 0,5A
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56663 1 Byte
1 Byte
56663 1 Byte
56663 1 Byte
Tab. 223
Identification
C3hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 57hex 04hex
43hex 00hex 27hex 19hex 04hex
83hex 00hex 27hex 1Ahex 04hex
Identification
10.29.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.29.2.1 Input data IDM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
Tab. 224
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Input data (IDM)
204
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10.29.2.2 Output data ODM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
Tab. 225
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Output data (ODM)
10.29.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible.
10.29.3.1 Function I/O
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 226
Function I/O
10.29.3.2 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
reserved
Tab. 227
Parameter bytes
10.29.3.3 Bit assignment parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Fig. 97 Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1 Function Channel 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Fig. 98 Bit assignment of byte 1
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10.30
DI16/DO16 E Cable 0,5 A – Art.Nr. 56671xx
10.30.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DI16/DO16 E Cable 0,5 A
Process data
56671
Identification
Input
Output
2 Byte
2 Byte
Tab. 228
43hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 5Fhex 04hex
Identification
10.30.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.30.2.1
Input data IDM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
IN 8
6
7
5
6
4
5
3
4
2
3
1
2
0
IN 1
3
12
2
11
1
10
0
IN 9
3
4
2
3
1
2
0
OUT 1
3
12
2
11
1
10
0
OUT 9
Byte 1
Bit
Channel
7
IN 16
6
15
5
14
4
13
Tab. 229
10.30.2.2
Input data IDM
Output data ODM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
OUT 8
6
7
5
6
4
5
Byte 1
Bit
Channel
7
OUT 16
6
15
5
14
Tab. 230
10.30.2.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
13
Output data ODM
Parameter bytes
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
Tab. 231
Parameter bytes
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DIO8/DI8 E TB Box – Art.No. 56681
10.31.1 Identification
Description
DIO8/DI8 E TB Box
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56681 2 bytes
2 bytes
Tab. 232
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 69hex 06hex
Identification
10.31.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.31.2.1 Input data IDM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel 07
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Tab. 233
Input data (IDM)
10.31.2.2 Output data ODM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel reserved
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
reserved
5
reserved
4
reserved
3
reserved
2
reserved
1
reserved
0
reserved
Tab. 234
Output data (ODM)
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10.31.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of channel 00 to 07 (X0) and Channel 00 to 07 (X1) differs.
10.31.3.1 Function X0 Channel 00 to 07
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 235
Function X0 Channel 00 to 07
10.31.3.2 Function X1 Channel 00 to 07
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 236
Function X1 Channel 00 to 07
10.31.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
reserved
Tab. 237
Parameter bytes
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10.31.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel X0 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Fig. 99 Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function Channel X0 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Fig. 100
Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2 Function Channel X1 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 10
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 12
Fig. 101
Bit assignment of byte 2
210
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Byte 3 Function Channel X1 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 14
Function Channel 15
Function Channel 16
Function Channel 17
Fig. 102
10.32
Bit assignment of byte 3
DIO8/DI8 E TB Rail – Art.No. 56691
10.32.1 Identification
Description
DIO8/DI8 E TB Rail
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56691 2 bytes
2 bytes
Tab. 238
Identification
C3hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 73hex 06hex
Identification
10.32.2 Bit assignment I/O data
10.32.2.1 Input data IDM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel 07
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
Tab. 239
Input data (IDM)
10.32.2.2 Output data ODM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel reserved
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
reserved
5
reserved
4
reserved
3
reserved
2
reserved
1
reserved
0
reserved
Tab. 240
Output data (ODM)
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10.32.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of channel 00 to 07 (X0) and Channel 00 to 07 (X1) differs.
10.32.3.1 Function channel X0 00
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Tab. 241
Function channel X0 00
10.32.3.2 Function X1 Channel 00 to 07
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
Tab. 242
Function X1 Channel 00 to 07
10.32.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
reserved
Tab. 243
Parameter bytes
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10.32.3.4 Bit assignment parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel X0 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Fig. 103
Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1 Function Channel X0 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Fig. 104
Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2 Function Channel X1 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 10
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 12
Fig. 105
Bit assignment of byte 2
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Byte 3 Function Channel X1 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 14
Function Channel 15
Function Channel 16
Function Channel 17
Fig. 106
Bit assignment of byte 3
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11
Cube67 Analog I/O Modules
11.1
Specific Characteristics
11.1.1
Smoothing (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) modules only)
The analog signal can be prefiltered in the device, in order to reduce sensitivity to short-term jitter.
The measuring time per channel is 2.0 ms. The total cycle time is the result of the measuring time per
channel + 2.5 ms. The diagram below illustrates the module behavior to a step response in an active
channel.
Response time on filtered active channel
1,1
1
0,9
Meßgröße
0,8
0,7
STARK
MITTEL
SCHWACH
0,6
0,5
0,4
0,3
0,2
0,1
0
0
250
500
750
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
Time[ms]
Fig. 107
11.1.2
Time-dependent behavior of smoothing in Cube67 AI4 (U/I) modules
Delta (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) Modules Only
This value sets the number of increments to increase or reduce the last measured value, in order to
send the analogue input value from the AI module to the bus node. This parameter can be used for
reducing the bus load of the internal system connection.
Example:
The last value measured was 1000. With a delta of 100, the next measurand will only
be sent, if it is < 900 or > 1100.
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50/60 Hz filter (AI4-RTD and AI4-TH only)
With the 50/60 Hz filter noise on the cabling can be suppressed. The AD converter from the RTD
module will be switched into a special mode. As a result the cycle time will be 10 times higher than the
standard time. When using platinum 1000 and nickel 1000 RTD sensors, using this filter is
recommended.
11.2
AI4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56700
11.2.1
Identification
Description
AI4 C 4xM12 (U)
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56700 4 Words
Tab. 244
11.2.2
Identification
43hex 43hex DDhex 7Chex 10hex
Identification
I/O Data
11.2.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 245
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.2.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
Tab. 246
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
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11.2.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
Tab. 247
9
21
8
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
VZ = Sign
VZ = 0 Positive value
VZ = 1 Negative value
11.2.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Measuring range
0..10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal
7FFF
Range
decimal
32767
Overshooting
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
< 0V
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
0
Undershooting
-
Tab. 248
Diagnostic
Yes
Measuring range 0..10 V
Measuring range
+/-10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal
7FFF
Range
decimal
32767
Overshooting
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
-0.305mV
-5V
-10V
1111 1111 1111 1111
1100 0000 0000 0001
1000 0000 0000 0000
FFFF
C000
8000
-1
-16384
-32768
Nominal range
-
< -10V
1000 0000 0000 0000
8000
-32768
Undershooting
Yes
Tab. 249
Diagnostic
Yes
Measuring range +/-10 V
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11.2.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Channel 0 : Delta
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Channel 1 : Delta
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Channel 2 : Delta
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Channel 3 : Delta
Tab. 250
Parameter bytes
11.2.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Measuring range :
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
1
Diagnostic
0 : report
1 : do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Soothing :
00 : none
01 : weak
10 : moderate
11 : strong
Reserved
Fig. 108
1
Bit assignment of byte 0,4,8,12
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
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Byte (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15) Channel (0,1,2,3) : Delta
Data type
Admissible values
Unsigned16
0..32767
Tab. 251
Bit assignment of byte (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15)
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
11.3
AI4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56701; AI4 E 4xM12 (U) VA –
Art.No. 5670150
11.3.1
Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 (U)
AI4 E 4xM12 (U) VA
56701
5670150
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
Tab. 252
11.3.2
Identification
43hex 43hex DDhex 7Dhex 10hex
43hex 43hex DDhex 7Dhex 10hex
Identification
I/O Data
11.3.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 253
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.3.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
Tab. 254
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
219
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11.3.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
Tab. 255
9
21
8
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
VZ = Sign
VZ = 0 Positive value
VZ = 1 Negative value
11.3.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Measuring range
0..10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal
7FFF
Range
decimal
32767
Overshooting
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
< 0V
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
0
Undershooting
-
Tab. 256
Measuring range
+/-10 V
>10 V
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
Yes
Measuring range 0..10 V
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal
7FFF
Range
decimal
32767
Overshooting
0111 1111 1111 1111
7FFF
32767
0011 1111 1111 1111
3FFF
16383
0000 0000 0000 0001
0001
1
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
0
1111 1111 1111 1111
FFFF
-1
-0.305mV
-5V
-10V
1100 0000 0000 0001
C000
-16384
1000 0000 0000 0000
8000
-32768
< -10V
1000 0000 0000 0000
8000
-32768
Tab. 257
Diagnostic
Diagnostic
Yes
Nominal range
-
Nominal range
-
Undershooting
Yes
Measuring range +/-10 V
220
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11.3.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Channel 0 : Delta
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Channel 1 : Delta
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Channel 2 : Delta
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Channel 3 : Delta
Tab. 258
Parameter bytes
11.3.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Measuring range :
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
2
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing :
00 : None
01 : Weak
10 : Moderate
11 : Strong
Reserved
Fig. 109
2
Bit assignment of byte 0,4,8,12
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
221
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Byte (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15) Channel (0,1,2,3) : Delta
Data type
Admissible values
Unsigned16
0..32767
Tab. 259
Bit assignment of bytes (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15)
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
11.4
AO4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56710
11.4.1
Identification
Description
AO4 C 4xM12 (U)
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56710 4 Words
Tab. 260
11.4.2
Identification
83hex 43hex DDhex 86hex 10hex
Identification
I/O Data
11.4.2.1 Output Data ODM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 261
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Output data (ODM)
11.4.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
VZ Tab. 262
11
-
10 9
210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
2
1
210 29
0
28
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.4.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
Tab. 263
10
22
9
21
8
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
VZ -
3
-
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
222
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11.4.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Output range
0..10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
Tab. 264
2047
1023
1
0
Range
Nominal range
Output range 0..10 V
Output range
+/-10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
2047
1023
1
0
Nominal range
-0.305mV
-5V
-10V
1xxx x111 1111 1111
1xxx x100 0000 0001
1xxx x000 0000 0001
FFFF
FC01
F800
-1
-1023
-2048
Nominal range
Tab. 265
11.4.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Range
Output range +/-10 V
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Tab. 266
Parameter bytes
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11.4.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range :
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
3
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Reserved
Fig. 110
Bit assignment of byte 0,4,8,12
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
11.5
AO4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56711
11.5.1
Identification
Description
Art.No.
AO4 E 4xM12 (U)
56711
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
Tab. 267
Identification
83hex 43hex DDhex 87hex 10hex
Identification
11.5.1.1 I/O Data
11.5.1.2 Output Data ODM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 268
3
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Output data (ODM)
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
224
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11.5.1.3 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
VZ Tab. 269
11
-
10
10
2
9
9
2
8
8
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
2
10
2
1
9
2
0
8
2
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.5.1.4 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
11
3
2
10
2
2
Tab. 270
9
1
2
8
0
2
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
VZ -
3
-
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
11.5.1.5 Representation of Analog Values
Output range
0 … 10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
10 V
5V
4.885mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
Tab. 271
2047
1023
1
0
Range
Nominal range
Output range 0 … 10 V
Output range
±10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
10 V
5V
4.885mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
2047
1023
1
0
Nominal range
-4.885mV
-5V
-10V
1xxx x111 1111 1111
1xxx x100 0000 0001
1xxx x000 0000 0001
FFFF
FC01
F800
-1
-1023
-2048
Nominal range
Tab. 272
Range
Output range ±10 V
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11.5.2
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Parameter Bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0
reserviert
reserviert
reserviert
Settings Channel 1
reserviert
reserviert
reserviert
Settings Channel 2
reserviert
reserviert
reserviert
Settings Channel 3
reserviert
reserviert
reserviert
Tab. 273
Parameter bytes
11.5.2.1 Bitbelegung der Parameterbytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range:
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
4
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
Fig. 111
Bit assignment of byte 0,4,8,12
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
4
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
226
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11.6
AO4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56720, AO4 C 4xM12 (I) VA –
Art.No. 5672050
11.6.1
Identification
Description
Art.No.
AO4 C 4xM12 (I)
AO4 C 4xM12 (I) VA
56720
5672050
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
Tab. 274
11.6.2
Identification
83hex 43hex DDhex 90hex 10hex
83hex 43hex DDhex 90hex 10hex
Identification
I/O Data
11.6.2.1 Output data ODM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 275
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Output data (ODM)
11.6.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
0
Tab. 276
11
-
10 9
210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
2
1
210 29
0
28
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.6.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
Tab. 277
10
22
9
21
8
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
0
-
3
-
Byte sequence Low/High – Intel
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11.6.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Output range
0..20 mA
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x011 1111 1111
0xxx x001 1001 1001
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0199
0000
Tab. 278
2047
1023
409
0
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x010 1111 1111
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
02FF
0000
11.6.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Nominal range
Output range 0..20 mA
Output range
4..20 mA
Tab. 279
Range
2047
767
0
Range
Nominal range
Output range 4..20 mA
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Tab. 280
Parameter bytes
228
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11.6.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range :
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
5
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Reserved
Fig. 112
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0,4,8,12
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
11.7
AO4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56721
11.7.1
Identification
Description
Art.No.
AO4 E 4xM12 (I)
56721
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
Tab. 281
11.7.2
Identification
83hex 43hex DDhex 91hex 10hex
Identification
I/O Data
11.7.2.1 Output data ODM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 282
5
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Output data (ODM)
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
229
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11.7.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
0
Tab. 283
11
-
10
10
2
9
9
2
8
8
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
2
10
2
1
9
2
0
8
2
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.7.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
11
3
2
10
2
2
Tab. 284
9
1
2
8
0
2
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
0
-
3
-
Byte sequence Low/High – Intel
11.7.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Output range
0..20 mA
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x011 1111 1111
0xxx x001 1001 1001
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0199
0000
Tab. 285
2047
1023
409
0
Nominal range
Output range 0..20 mA
Output range
4..20 mA
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x010 1111 1111
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
02FF
0000
Tab. 286
Range
2047
767
0
Range
Nominal range
Output range 4..20 mA
230
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11.7.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Tab. 287
Parameter bytes
11.7.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range :
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
6
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Reserved
Fig. 113
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0,4,8,12
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
6
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
231
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11.8
AI4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56730, AI4 C 4xM12 (I) VA – Art.No.
5673050
11.8.1
Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 C 4xM12 (I)
AI4 C 4xM12 (I) VA
56730
5673050
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
Tab. 288
11.8.2
Identification
43hex 43hex DDhex 9Ahex 10hex
43hex 43hex DDhex 9Ahex 10hex
Identification
I/O Data
11.8.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 289
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.8.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
0
214 213 212 211 210 29
Tab. 290
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.8.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
Tab. 291
10
22
9
21
8
20
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
232
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11.8.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Measuring range
0..20 mA
> 20 mA
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal decimal
7FFF
32767
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0001 1001 1001 1001
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
1999
0000
< 0 mA
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
Tab. 292
Range
Diagnos
tic
Overshooting
Yes
32767
16383
6553
0
Nominal range
-
0
Undershooting
-
Range
Diagnos
tic
Overshooting
Yes
Measuring range 0..20 mA
Measuring range
4..20 mA
>20 mA
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal decimal
7FFF
32767
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0111 1111 1111 1111
0010 1111 1111 1010
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
2FFA
0000
32767
12282
0
Nominal range
-
< 4 mA
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
0
Undershooting
Yes
Tab. 293
11.8.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Measuring range 4..20 mA
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Channel 0 : Delta
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Channel 1 : Delta
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Channel 2 : Delta
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Channel 3 : Delta
Tab. 294
7
7
Parameter bytes
"Line breakage" <2mA or "Lower threshold undershot" < 4mA
233
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11.8.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Measuring range :
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
8
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing :
00 : None
01 : Weak
10 : Moderate
11 : Strong
Reserved
Fig. 114
Bit assignment of byte 0,4,8,12
Byte (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15) Channel (0,1,2,3) : Delta
Data type
Admissible values
Unsigned16
0..32767
Tab. 295
Bit assignment of bytes (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15)
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
8
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
234
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11.9
AI4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56731
11.9.1
Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 (I)
56731
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
Tab. 296
11.9.2
Identification
43hex 43hex DDhex 9Bhex 12hex
Identification
I/O Data
11.9.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 297
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.9.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
14
13
12
0
2
2
2
Tab. 298
11
11
2
10
10
2
9
9
2
8
8
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
2
10
2
1
9
2
0
8
2
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.9.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
11
3
2
Tab. 299
10
2
2
9
1
2
8
0
2
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
14
13
12
0
2
2
2
3
11
2
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
235
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11.9.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Measuring range
0..20 mA
> 20 mA
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal decimal
7FFF
32767
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0001 1001 1001 1001
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
1999
0000
< 0 mA
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
Tab. 300
Range
Diagnos
tic
Overshooting
Yes
32767
16383
6553
0
Nominal range
-
0
Undershooting
No
Measuring range 0..20 mA
Measuring range
4..20 mA
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
Range
Diagnos
tic
>20 mA
0111 1111 1111 1111
7FFF
32767
Overshooting
Yes
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0111 1111 1111 1111
0010 1111 1111 1010
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
2FFA
0000
32767
12282
0
Nominal range
-
< 4 mA
< 2 mA
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
0000
0
0
Undershooting
Line break
Yes
Yes
Tab. 301
Measuring range 4..20 mA
The oversteer/understeer range is variable. When the oversteer limit setting is
reached, a 0x7FFF message is sent (parameter > 20mA). A zero is generated below
the understeer limit. If the oversteer limit below 20 mA is reached, the value
remains at the oversteer limit.
If there is a line ruipture, the finel value is generated (0x7FFF).
11.9.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Channel 0 …3
Settings module diagnostics and byte change
Selection filter Channel 0, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 0
Selection filter Channel 1, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 1
Selection filter Channel 2, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 2
Selection filter Channel 3, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 3
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 0
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 1
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Byte
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Signification
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 2
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 3
Limit overshooting channel 0
Limit overshooting channel 1
Limit overshooting channel 2
Limit overshooting channel 3
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 0
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 1
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 2
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 3
Tab. 302
Parameter bytes
See also "Application adjustable values for overshoot and undershoot".
11.9.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0
7
6
Settings channel 0,1,2,3
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Fig. 115
Byte 1
7
6
Bit assignment byte 0
Settings of all module diagnostics / byte format
5
4
3
2
1
0
Module diagnostics
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
Fig. 116
Bit assignment byte 1
237
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Byte 2 … 5
7
6
5
4
Settings of smoothing and diagnostics 0 bis 3
3
2
1
0
Smoothing :
00 : none
01 : weak
10 : medium
11 : strong
Diagnostics of line break
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Diagnostics of undershooting
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Diagnostics of overshooting
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Reserved
Fig. 117
Byte 6 … 9
Data type
Permitted values
Settings of undershooting Channel 0 … 3 (0 … 20mA)
Unsigned8
0…230
Tab. 303
Byte 10 … 13
Data type
Permitted values
Bit assignment byte 2 … 5
Bit assignment of bytes 6 … 9
Settings of overshooting Channel 0 … 3 (0 … 20mA)
Unsigned8
0…230
Tab. 304
Bit assignment of bytes 10 … 13
Byte 14 … 17
Settings of undershooting Channel 0 … 3 (4 … 20mA)
Data type
Permitted values
Unsigned8
20…230
Tab. 305
Bit assignment of bytes 14 … 17
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The current value is indicated with one decimal place. The value 230 corresponds to 23.0mA, the
value 40 to 4.0 mA.
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
11.9.4
Application adjustable values for overshoot and undershoot
Operation mode 0 to 20mA
Measuring Range
Fig. 118
•
•
•
Adjustable Values for overshoot and undershoot operation mode 0...20 mA
Threshold value for undershoot (A) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
Threshold value for overshoot (B) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
If A is > B, bus diagnostics are made via bus nod 56521 (parameter error) and the diagnostic
LED on the associated port lights up.
239
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Operation mode 4 to 20mA
Fig. 119
•
•
•
•
11.10
Adjustable Values for overshoot and undershoot operation mode 4...20 mA
If current value is < 2 mA the module reports diagnostics of line break.
Threshold value for undershoot (A) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
Threshold value for overshoot (B) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
If A is > B, bus diagnostics are made (parameter error) and the diagnostic LED on the
associated port lights up.
AI4 C 4xM12 RTD – Art.No. 56740, AI4 C 4xM12 RTD VA–
Art.No. 5674050
11.10.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 C 4xM12 RTD
AI4 C 4xM12 RTD VA
56740
5674050
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words 4 Words Tab. 306
Identification
43hex 43hex DDhex A4hex 09hex
43hex 43hex DDhex A4hex 05ex
Identification
240
Manual
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11.10.2 I/O Data
11.10.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 307
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.10.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
Tab. 308
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.10.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
Tab. 309
10
22
9
21
8
20
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
11.10.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Resistance test:
Range
Overflow
Units
hexadecim
decimal
al
7FF
32767
F
>7530
>30000
Measuring
range 0...3000
Ohm
Diagnostic
>3251,2
Wire break
3000<R<3251,2 Upper limit
Nominal
range
7530
5100
0
30000
20736
0
3000
2073.6
0
_
Underflow
<0
<0
<0
Yes
Tab. 310
Platinum Standard:
Range 0.1°C Units
Resistance test
Temperatu Units
Temperatu Diagnostic
241
Manual
Cube67+ | BN-P
hexadeci
decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
Overflow
re in °C
hexadeci
mal
7FFF
decimal
>1800
850<T<180
>3D04
0
32767
Wire break
>3272
1562<T<32
Upper limit
72
>2134
>8500
Nominal
range
2134
0
F830
8500
0
-2000
850
0
-200
3D04
0
F330
15620
0
-3280
1562
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 311
Nickel Standard:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
Overflow
>9C4
>2500
>15620
re in °F
Platinum Standard
Units
Temperatu
hexadeci
re in °C
mal
>1800
7FFF
250<T<180
>12D4
0
decimal
32767
>4820
Temperatu
Diagnostic
re in °F
Wire break
>3272
482<T<327
Upper limit
2
Nominal
range
9C4
0
FDA8
2500
0
-600
250
0
-60
2134
0
FD08
4820
0
-760
482
0
-76
_
Underflow
<FDA8
<-600
<-60
<FD08
<-760
<-76
Yes
Tab. 312
Nickel Standard
Tab. 313
Parameter bytes
11.10.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Signification
Global modul settings
Settings Channel 0
Settings Channel 1
Settings Channel 2
Settings Channel 3
242
Manual
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11.10.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Global module settings
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Temperature unit:
0 – Celsius (default)
1 – Fahrenheit
Stop filter
0 – none (default)
1 – 50/60 Hz
Diagnostic
0 – On (default)
1 – Off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 120
Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1, 2, 3, 4: measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Measuring channel
0 – inactive (default)
1 – 3-wire technology
2 – 2-wire technology
3 – 4-wire technology
Reserved
Sensor
0 – Platinum 100 (default)
1 – Platinum 200
2 – Platinum 500
3 – Platinum 1000
4 – Nickel 100
5 – Nickel 120
6 – Nickel 200
7 – Nickel 500
8 – Nickel 1000
9 – Resistance range 0…3000 Ohm
>9 Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 121
Bit assignment of byte 1, 2, 3, 4
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
243
Manual
11.11
Cube67+ | BN-P
AI4 E 4xM12 RTD – Art.No. 56741
11.11.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 RTD
56741
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words Tab. 314
Identification
43hex 43hex DDhex A5hex 05hex
Identification
11.11.2 I/O Data
11.11.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 315
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.11.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
14
13
12
VZ 2
2
2
Tab. 316
11
11
2
10
10
2
9
9
2
8
8
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
2
10
2
1
9
2
0
8
2
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.11.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
11
3
2
Tab. 317
10
2
2
9
1
2
8
0
2
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
14
13
12
VZ 2
2
2
3
11
2
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
244
Manual
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11.11.2.4 Representation of Analog Values
Resistance test:
Range
Units
Measuring range
0...3000 Ohm
Diagnostic
hexadecimal
decimal
7FFF
32767
>3251,2
Wire break
>7530
>30000
3000<R<3251,2
Upper limit
Nominal
range
7530
5100
0
30000
20736
0
3000
2073.6
0
_
Underflow
<0
<0
<0
Yes
Overflow
Tab. 318
Resistance test
Platinum Standard:
Units
Hexadecimal
7FFF
decimal
>2134
>8500
Nominal
range
2134
0
F830
Underflow
<F830
Range 0.1°C
Overflow
32767
Temperature in °C
Units
Hexadecimal
7FFF
decimal
Temperature in °F
Diagnostic
Wire break
>3272
1562<T<32
Upper limit
72
>1800
850<T<180
>3D04
0
32767
8500
0
-2000
850
0
-200
3D04
0
F330
15620
0
-3280
1562
0
-328
_
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Temperature in °F
Diagnostic
Tab. 319
>15620
Platinum Standard
Nickel Standard:
Units
Hexadecimal
7FFF
decimal
>9C4
>2500
Nominal
range
9C4
0
FDA8
Underflow
<FDA8
Range 0,1°C
Overflow
32767
Temperature in °C
Units
Hexadecimal
7FFF
decimal
Wire break
>3272
482<T<327
Upper limit
2
>1800
250<T<180
>12D4
0
32767
2500
0
-600
250
0
-60
2134
0
FD08
4820
0
-760
482
0
-76
_
<-600
<-60
<FD08
<-760
<-76
Yes
Tab. 320
>4820
Nickel Standard
245
Manual
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11.11.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Signification
Global modul settings
Settings Channel 0
Settings Channel 1
Settings Channel 2
Settings Channel 3
Tab. 321
Parameter bytes
11.11.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0:
7 6 5
Global module settings
4
3
2
1
0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Temperature unit:
0 – Celsius (default)
1 – Fahrenheit
Stop filter
0 – none (default)
1 – 50/60 Hz
Diagnostic
0 – On (default)
1 – Off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 122
Bit assignment of byte 0
246
Manual
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Byte 1, 2, 3, 4:
7
6
5
4
3
measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
2
1
0
Measuring channel
0 – inactive (default)
1 – 3-wire technology
2 – 2-wire technology
3 – 4-wire technology
Reserved
Sensor
0 – Platinum 100 (default)
1 – Platinum 200
2 – Platinum 500
3 – Platinum 1000
4 – Nickel 100
5 – Nickel 120
6 – Nickel 200
7 – Nickel 500
8 – Nickel 1000
9 – Resistance range 0…3000 Ohm
>9 Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 123
Bit assignment of byte 1, 2, 3, 4
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
11.12
AI4 C 4xM12 TH – Art.No. 56748, AI4 C 4xM12 TH VA –
Art.No. 5674850
11.12.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 C 4xM12 TH
AI4 C 4xM12 TH VA
56748
5674850
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
Tab. 322
Identification
43hex43hexDDhexAChex 05hex
43hex43hexDDhexAChex 05hex
Identification
247
Manual
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11.12.2 I/O Data
11.12.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 323
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.12.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
Tab. 324
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
11.12.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
Tab. 325
9
21
8
20
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
11.12.2.4 Representation of analog values
Sensor Type K:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
Overflow
>3598
>13720
Units
Temperature
hexadeci
in °C
decimal
mal
>2000
7FFF
32767
1372<T<200
>6098
>24728
0
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
2473<T<327
Upper limit
2
Nominal
range
3598
0
F830
13720
0
-2000
1372
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
2473
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 326
Sensor Type K
248
Manual
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Sensor Type N:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
Overflow
>32C8
>13000
Units
Temperature
hexadeci
in °C
decimal
mal
>2000
7FFF
32767
1300<T<200
>5B88
>23432
0
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
2343<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
35C8
0
F830
13000
0
-2000
1300
0
-200
5B88
0
F330
23432
0
-3280
2343
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 327
Sensor Type J:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
Overflow
>2EE0
>12000
Sensor Type N
Units
Temperature
hexadeci
in °C
decimal
mal
>2000
7FFF
32767
1200<T<200
>5480
>21632
0
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
2163<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
2EE0
0
F830
12000
0
-2000
1200
0
-200
5480
0
F330
21632
0
-3280
2163
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 328
Sensor Type E:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
Overflow
>2710
>10000
Sensor Type J
Units
Temperature
hexadeci
in °C
decimal
mal
>2000
7FFF
32767
1000<T<200
>4670
>18032
0
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
1803<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
2710
0
F830
10000
0
-2000
1000
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
1803
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 329
Sensor Type E
249
Manual
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Sensor Type R:
Units
Temperature
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
decimal in °C
mal
7FFF
32767 >2000
Overflow
1768<T<200
>4510
>17680
0
Units
hexadecim
decimal
al
7FFF
32767
>7D8C
>32140
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
3214<T<327
Upper limit
2
Nominal
range
4510
0
FDB2
17680
0
-500
250
0
-50
7D8C
0
FC5C
32140
0
-932
3214
0
-93
_
Underflow
<FD B2
<-500
<-50
<FC5C
<-932
<-93
Yes
Tab. 330
Sensor Type R
11.12.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Signification
global module settings
measurement settings channel 0
measurement settings channel 1
measurement settings channel 2
measurement settings channel 3
Tab. 331
Parameter bytes
250
Manual
Cube67+ | BN-P
11.12.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Global module settings
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Temperature unit:
0 – Celsius (default)
1 – Fahrenheit
Stop filter
0 – none (default)
1 – 50/60 Hz
Diagnostic
0 – on (default)
1 – off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 124
Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1, 2, 3, 4: measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement channel
1 – Type K
2 – Type N
3 – Type J
4 – Type E
5 – Type R
Reserved
Fig. 125
Bit assignment of byte 1, 2, 3, 4
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
251
Manual
11.13
Cube67+ | BN-P
AI4 E 4xM12 TH – Art.No. 56749
11.13.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 TH
56749
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
Tab. 332
Identification
43hex43hexDDhexADhex 05hex
Identification
11.13.2 I/O Data
11.13.2.1 Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
Tab. 333
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
Input data (IDM)
11.13.2.2 Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
Bit
15
14
Value
VZ
214 213 212 211 210 29
13
Tab. 334
12
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
252
Manual
Cube67+ | BN-P
11.13.2.3 Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
Tab. 335
10
22
9
21
8
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
11.13.2.4 Representation of analog values
Sensor Type K:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadeci decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
>3598
>13720
Nominal
range
3598
0
F830
13720
0
-2000
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
Overflow
Units
Temperature hexadeci
decimal
in °C
mal
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
>2000
1372<T<200
0
Wire break
>3272
2473<T<327
Upper limit
2
7FFF
32767
>6098
>24728
1372
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
2473
0
-328
_
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 336
Sensor Type K
Sensor Type N:
Units
Units
Temperature
Temperature
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
Diagnostic
hexadeci
decimal in °C
decimal in °F
mal
mal
Wire break
7FFF
32767
>2000
7FFF
32767
>3272
Overflow
1300<T<200
2343<T<247
Upper limit
>32C8
>13000
>5B88
>23432
0
3
Nominal
range
35C8
0
F830
13000
0
-2000
1300
0
-200
5B88
0
F330
23432
0
-3280
2343
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 337
Sensor Type N
253
Manual
Cube67+ | BN-P
Sensor Type J:
Units
Units
Temperature
Temperature
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
Diagnostic
hexadeci
decimal in °C
decimal in °F
mal
mal
Wire break
7FFF
32767
>2000
7FFF
32767
>3272
Overflow
1200<T<200
2163<T<247
Upper limit
>2EE0
>12000
>5480
>21632
0
3
Nominal
range
2EE0
0
F830
12000
0
-2000
1200
0
-200
5480
0
F330
21632
0
-3280
2163
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 338
Sensor Type J
Sensor Type E:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
decimal
mal
7FFF
32767
>2710
>10000
Nominal
range
2710
0
F830
10000
0
-2000
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
Overflow
Units
Temperature hexadeci
decimal
in °C
mal
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
>2000
1000<T<200
0
Wire break
>3272
1803<T<247
Upper limit
3
7FFF
32767
>4670
>18032
1000
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
1803
0
-328
_
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Tab. 339
Sensor Type E
Sensor Type R:
Units
Units
Temperature
Temperature
Range 0,1°C hexadeci
Diagnostic
hexadecim
decimal in °C
decimal in °F
mal
al
Wire break
7FFF
32767
>2000
7FFF
32767
>3272
Overflow
1768<T<200
3214<T<327
Upper limit
>4510
>17680
>7D8C
>32140
0
2
Nominal
range
Underflow
4510
0
FDB2
17680
0
-500
250
0
-50
7D8C
0
FC5C
32140
0
-932
3214
0
-93
_
<FD B2
<-500
<-50
<FC5C
<-932
<-93
Yes
Tab. 340
Sensor Type R
254
Manual
Cube67+ | BN-P
11.13.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Signification
global module settings
measurement settings channel 0
measurement settings channel 1
measurement settings channel 2
measurement settings channel 3
Tab. 341
Parameter bytes
11.13.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Global module settings
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Temperature unit:
0 – Celsius (default)
1 – Fahrenheit
Stop filter
0 – none (default)
1 – 50/60 Hz
Diagnostic
0 – on (default)
1 – off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 126
Byte 1, 2, 3, 4:
7
6
5
4
3
Bit assignment of byte 0
measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
2
1
0
Measurement channel
1 – Type K
2 – Type N
3 – Type J
4 – Type E
5 – Type R
Reserved
Fig. 127
Bit assignment of byte 1, 2, 3, 4
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
255
Manual
Cube67+ | BN-P
12
Function Modules
12.1
CNT2 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56750
A protocol integrated in the module CNT2 C 4xM12 – Art. no. 56750 makes it possible to read or write
data from the module or to perform services in a cyclic data transfer.
- Read-out the software version.
- Alternative access to counter, comparative value, and parameter.
- Parameter change.
Please check our homepage for a software library for the control used.
12.1.1
Identification
Description
Art.Nr.
CNT2 C 4xM12
56750
Process data
Input
Ausgang
8 Byte
8 Byte
Tab. 342
12.1.2
Identification
C3 hex 07hex 07hex DDhex AEhex 0Dhex
Identification
I/O Data
12.1.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte
Meßwert
0
Stat_0
1
Stat_1
2
CD32I
Status
Tab. 343
3
CD32I
Index
4
CD32I
Data3
5
CD32I
Data2
6
CD32I
Data1
7
CD32I
Data0
Input data (IDM)
Bit assignment Byte Stat_0 :
Bit
0
Name
Status_0
1
GATE_0
2
3
UPDOWN_0
DO_0
4…7
-
Signification
Comparative value Counter 0 reached/not reached
Status_0 is set when the comparative value is reached.
Status_0 is reset when RESET_0 is set
Status Input Counter 0
GATE_0 release or block counter.
Status counting direction Counter 0
Status output DO_0
DO_0 status of digital output 0
Reserved
Tab. 344
Bit assignment Byte Stat_0
256
Manual
Cube67+ | BN-P
Bit assignment Byte Stat_1 :
Bit
0
Name
Status_1
1
GATE_1
2
3
UPDOWN_1
DO_1
4…7
-
Signification
Comparative value Counter 1 reached/not reached.
Status_1 is set when the comparative value is reached.
Status_1 is reset when RESET_1 is set
Status Input Counter 1
GATE_1 realease or block counter
Status Counting direction Counter 1
Status output DO_1
DO_1 Status of digital output 1
Reserved
Tab. 345
Bit assignment Byte Stat_1
Chapter 12.1.3 "Communication Driver" describes access and signification of the IDM
bytes 2 to 7.
12.1.2.2 Output Data ODM
Byte
0
Measuring Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
CD32O
Ctrl
Tab. 346
3
CD32O
Index
4
CD32O
Data3
5
CD32O
Data2
6
CD32O
Data1
7
CD32O
Data0
Output data (ODM)
Bit assignment Byte Ctrl_0 :
Bit
0
Name
Gate 0
1
2
3
4…7
RESET_0
DO_0
Up/Down_0
-
Signification
Activate counter
Gate 0 set, counter can start
Reset counter 0 to initial value (0000hex)
If 1, switch off or reset output 0
0 – process controlled, 1- down PLC controlled
Reserved
Tab. 347
Bit assignment Byte Ctrl_0
Bitbelegung Byte Ctrl_1 :
Bit
0
Name
Gate 1
1
2
3
4…7
RESET_1
DO_1
Up/Down_1
-
Signification
Activate counter
Gate 1 set, counter can start
Reset counter 1 to initial value (0000hex)
If 1, switch off or reset output 1
0 – process controlled, 1- down PLC controlled
Reserved
Tab. 348
Bit assignment Byte Ctrl_1
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Chapter 12.1.3 "Communication Driver" describes access and signification of the IDM
bytes 2 to 7.
Behavior of the gate signal:
Gate
Control
Process
0
0
Counter blocked
1
0
Counter released
1
1
Counter released
0
1
Counter released
Tab. 349
Behavior of the gate signal
Behavior of the Up/Down Signal:
Up/Down
Control
Prozess
0
0
Counting direction up
1
0
Counting direction down
1
1
Counting direction down
0
1
Counting direction down
Tab. 350
Behavior of the Up/Down Signal
Counter and corresponding outputs operate independently of each other.When the
comparative value is reached, counter and corresponding output must both be reset.
If only the counter is reset, the corresponding output would remain as it is.
12.1.3
Comunications Driver
The following access codes are written in the CTRL output data (Byte 2).
Decimal values for the control byte:
Write access
192
224
Byte
Double word
Tab. 351
Read access
128
160
Decimal values for the control byte
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The following tables show the corresponding index (Byte 3) for input and output data:
Index
Access
Designation
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Write
Read
Read
Read
Write
Write
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Control
Status
MAX_WR_ADR
MAX_RD_ADR
PWD_HIGH
PWD_LOW
Version
Version
0
0
28
28
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Tab. 352
cValue0
cValue1
Parameter[0]
Parameter[1]
Parameter[2]
Parameter[3]
Parameter[4]
Parameter[5]
Parameter[6]
Parameter[7]
Parameter[8]
Parameter[9]
Parameter[10]
Parameter[11]
Parameter[12]
Description
SW version
Counter 0 counter reading
Counter 1 counter reading
Global module settings
Settings Counter 0
Reserved
Comparative value Counter 0
Settings Counter 1
Reserved
Comparative value Counter 1
Corresponding index (Byte 3) for input and output data
The parameters mentioned in this table are described in chapter 12.1.4 "Parameter bytes".
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12.1.4
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Parameter bytes
Signification
Globale module settings
Settings Counter 0
Reserved
Comparative value Channel 0
Comparative value Channel 0
Comparative value Channel 0
Comparative value Channel 0
Settings Counter 1
Reserved
Comparative value Channel 1
Comparative value Channel 1
Comparative value Channel 1
Comparative value Channel 1
Tab. 353
Parameter bytes
12.1.4.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Global module settings
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Reserved
Reserved
Diagnostic
0 – on (default)
1 – off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 128
Bit assignment of byte 0
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Byte 1: Settings Counter 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Operation mode Counter 0:
0 : counter inactive
1 : event counting mode 0
>1 : mode 0
Output 0:
0 : output can be set
1 : output is not set
GATE_0
0 : not inverted
1 : inverted
Reserved
DO_0
0 : not inverted
1 : Inverted
Fig. 129
Bit assignment of byte 1
Byte 2 Reserved
Byte 3, 4, 5, 6: Comparative value Channel 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Default 0 Range 0x80000000-0x7FFFFFFF
Comparative value, reaction depends on operation mode.
Fig. 130
Byte 3, 4, 5, 6 Comparative value Channel 0
Byte 7: Settings Counter 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Operation mode 1:
0 : counter inactive
1 : event counting mode 0
>1 : mode 0
Output 1:
0 : output can be set
1 : output is not set
GATE_1
0 : not inverted
1 : invertiert
Reserved
DO_1
0 : not inverted
1 : inverted
Fig. 131
Byte 7 Settings Counter 1
Byte 8 Reserved
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Byte 9, 10, 11, 12:
7
6
5
4
3
Comparative value Channel 1
2
1
0
Default 0 Range 0x80000000-0x7FFFFFFF
Comparative value, reaction depends on operation mode.
Fig. 132
Byte 9, 10, 11, 12 Comparative value Channel 1
12.1.4.2 Examples
Below an example of a write and read access.
Read access to the double word counter reading:
The counter reading is a double word, therefore the access code 160 Dez "read access double word“
is described in the output data Byte 2 (CTRL).
In this example, we access the counter reading Counter_0, this is index 8.
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
160 Dez
Tab. 354
3
Index
8 Dez
4
Data3
0
5
Data2
0
6
Data1
0
7
Data0
0
Read access to counter reading Counter_0
If this command is successfully executed, the following response is reported to the input data.
The counter reading in our example is 0x12345678
Byte
0
Measuring
Stat_0
value
1
Stat_1
2
Ctrl
160 Dez
Tab. 355
3
Index
8 Dez
4
Data3
12
5
Data2
34
6
Data1
56
7
Data0
78
Read access to counter reading 0x12345678
The previous command has to be reset in order to execute another command. For this purpose a zero
is entered in Byte 2 (CTRL).
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
0
Tab. 356
3
Index
0
4
Data3
0
5
Data2
0
6
Data1
0
7
Data0
0
Procedure for further commands
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Write access to the double word comparative value:
The comparative value is a double word, therefore the access code 224 Dez "read access double
word“ is described in the output data Byte 2 (CTRL).
In this example, we access to the comparative value Counter_1, this is Index 25, and we describe this
value with 0x7FFFFFFF.
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
224 Dez
Tab. 357
3
Index
25 Dez
4
Data3
7F
5
Data2
FF
6
Data1
FF
7
Data0
FF
Write access to counter reading Counter_1
The previous command has to be reset in order to execute another command. For this purpose a zero
is entered in Byte 2 (CTRL).
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value:
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
0
Tab. 358
3
Index
0
4
Data3
0
5
Data2
0
6
Data1
0
7
Data0
0
Procedure for further commands
Read/Write Access on byte value
For the byte access proceed as with the double word, only the access codes have to be adjusted.
(Write 192, Read 128). The following steps as described before.
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12.2
DIO4 RS485 E 3xM12 – Art.Nr. 56760
12.2.1
Identification
Description
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56760
8 Bytes
8 Bytes
DIO4 RS485 E 3xM12
Tab. 359
12.2.2
Identification
C3hex 07hex 07hex DDhex B8hex 06hex
Identification
I/O – Data
12.2.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte
0
Measuring Status_0
value
1
Status_1
2
Status_2
Tab. 360
3
Data4
4
Data3
5
Data2
6
Data1
7
Data0
Input data (IDM)
Bit assignment Byte Status_0 :
Bit
Name
0 bis 2
Retval
3
4
5
6
7
Rx
In00
In01
In10
In11
Wert
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Tab. 361
Signification
Request_Done
Request_Done
Transmit_Done
Delete RX-Buffer_Done
Delete TX-Buffer_Done
Reset_Done
Sign in Rx-Buffer available for release
Input Channel 00
Input Channel 01
Input Channel 10
Input Channel 11
Bit assignment Byte Status_0
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Bit assignment Byte Status_1 :
Status
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
DataLengthRx
(0 bis 5)
Length of RX data that are transmitted in the first transmit
PDO max. 5 bytes
ResNb
(0 bis 31)
Response number. Is incremented any time a PLC request
is processed.
Tab. 362
Bit assignment Byte Status_1
Bit assignment Byte Status_2 (communication status) :
Status
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
TX_BUSY
RX_WARN
RX_PARITY
XOFF
TX_OVERFLOW
RX_OVERFLOW
7
XOFF_TIMEOUT
Tab. 363
Signification
Module is transmitting data
Rx-Buffer 80% full
Parity fault during receipt
XOFF was received
Tx buffer overflow
Rx buffer overflow
No XON was received after XOFF within the
parameterized monitoring time. Send will be restarted.
Bit assignment Byte Status_2
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12.2.2.2 Output data ODM
Byte
0
Measuring Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl_2
3
Data4
Tab. 364
4
Data3
5
Data2
6
Data1
7
Data0
Output data ODM
Bitbelegung Byte 0 : Ctrl_0
Bit
Name
0 bis 2
CMD
3
4
5
6
7
Out00
Out01
Out10
Out11
Valuet
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
-
Tab. 365
Command
Request
Transmit
Delete RX-Buffer
Delete TX-Buffer
Reset
Signification
Request
Request
Transmit
Delete RX-Buffer
Delete TX-Buffer
Reset
Output Channel 00
Output Channel 01
Output Channel 10
Output Channel 11
Bitbelegung Byte 0 : Ctrl_0
Explanation
If 0->1 or 1->0 Tx and Rx data are exchanged with the buffers.
All signs in the tx buffer are send. Tx buffer is empty.
Delete Rx buffer.
Delete Tx buffer. Signs are NOT sent.
Resets interface, RX and TX Buffer are deleted.
Tab. 366
Commands
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Bit assignment Byte 1 : Ctrl_1
Status
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
DataLengthTx (0 bis 5)
Length of Tx data that are stored in the Tx buffer of the
module. max. 5 bytes.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Tab. 367
12.2.3
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Bit assignment Byte 1 : Ctrl_1
Parameter bytes
Signification
Function Channel 00,01,10,11 Art.-No. 56760
Safe status output 00,01,10,11
Settings RS485 Byte 0
Settings RS485 Byte 1
XOFF Timeout
Send delay
Tab. 368
Parameter bytes
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12.2.3.1 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Function Channel 00,01,10,11
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Channel 00:
0 – 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 – 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
3 - Reserved
Channel 01:
0 – 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 – 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
3 - Reserved
Channel 10
0 - 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 - 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0V = 1 (rot + Diag.tel.) , 24V = 0 (off)
3 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
Channel 11
0 - 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 - 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0V = 1 (red + Diag.tel.) , 24V = 0 (off)
3 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
Fig. 133
Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1: Safe status output 00,01,10,11
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Channel 00
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 – 24 if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
3 - Reserved
Channel 01
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 - 24 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
3 - Reserved
Channel 10:
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 - 24 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
Channel 11:
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 - 24 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
Fig. 134
Bit assignment of byte 1
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Byte 2 Settings RS485 Byte 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Mode
0 – POLL
1 - Request
Baud rate
0 - 9600 Baud
1 - Reserved
2 - Reserved
3 - Reserved
4 - Reserved
5 - Reserved
6 - Reserved
7 - Reserved
Transfer
(prior 8E1 for SEW Movimot)
0 - Reserved
1 - 8E1
2 - Reserved
3 - Reserved
4 - Reserved
5 - Reserved
6 - Reserved
7 - Reserved
Echo
0 - yes 1 - no -
No Send echo in Rx buffer
Send echo in Rx buffer
Fig. 135
Bit assignment of byte 2
Byte 3 Settings RS485 Byte 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Mode
0 - OFF
1 - ON
Reserved
Fig. 136
Bit assignment of byte 3
Byte 4 XOFF Time out
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
XOFF Time out
Fig. 137
Bit assignment of byte 4
Byte 5 Send delay
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4
3
2
1
0
Send delay
Fig. 138
Bit assignment of byte 5
12.3
Logic E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56771
12.3.1
Identification
Description
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56771
1 Byte
-
Logic E 4xM12
Tab. 369
12.3.2
Identification
43 hex00 hexDD hex C3 hex 01hex
Identification
I/O – Data
12.3.2.1 Input Data IDM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
12.3.3
Byte
0
7
6
Output
S4
Output
S2
5
Input
Socket 2
Pin 4
4
Input
Socket 2
Pin 2
3
Input
Socket 1
Pin 4
Tab. 370
Input data (IDM)
Tab. 371
Parameter bytes
2
Input
Socket 1
Pin 2
1
Input
Socket 0
Pin 4
0
Input
Socket 0
Pin 2
Parameter bytes
Signification
Settings Logic
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12.3.3.1 Bit assignment of Parameter bytes
Settings Logic
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
00 – Inactive
01 – 1x6 AND/NOR
10 – 2x3 AND
11 – 2x3 XOR
Reserved
Fig. 139
Bit assignment “Setting Logic”
1x6 AND/NOR:
Function
1x6 AND/NOR
Pin 2
Pin 4
Output
DI1
DI 3
DI5
DI2
DI4
DI6
S2
S4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
any other state
Tab. 372
Function 1x6 AND/NOR
2x3 AND:
Function
2x3 AND
Pin 2
Pin 4
Output
DI1
DI 3
DI5
DI2
DI4
DI6
S2
S4
1
1
1
x
x
x
1
x
x
x
x
1
1
1
x
1
0
0
any other state
Tab. 373
Function 2x3 AND
2x3 XOR:
Function
2x3 XOR
Pin 2
Pin 4
Output
DI1
DI 3
DI5
DI2
DI4
DI6
S2
S4
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
any other state
Tab. 374
Function 2x3 XOR
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Accessories
A list of Cube67 and Cube67+ accessories is contained in the Cube67+ System
Manual Art. No. 56974.
Information on accessories is available in our catalog and our online shop at:
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Glossary
Actuator shutdown
Short-circuit or overload at an output leads to the shutdown of the
output.
AI
Analog input
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
AO
Analog output
ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange, character map
acc. to ANSI X3.4-1986 standard
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Bus Node - PROFIBUS, bus node - PROFIBUS
Bus-Run-LED
LED that signals the bus status
Bus segment
Due to the electrical specifications of the RS-485 interface, the number
of users on an RS485 network is limited to 32 users.
If more than 32 PROFIBUS devices have to be used, the network must
be segmented by means of repeaters.
1 byte
corresponds to 8 bits
Cfg F-LED
LED to signal a correct/incorrect configuration.
CTS
RS232 Handshake Clear To Send Line,
Flow control for send data
DI
Digital input
DIN TH35
DIN standard mounting rail (35x15mm, 35x7.5mm)
DIO
Digital Input / Output
DO
Digital output.
DP
Decentralized Peripherals. PROFIBUS protocol for high-speed cyclic
data exchange.
E/A(I/O)
Input/output -
EC Directive 2004/108/EEC
EMC directive
EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility
ESD
Electrostatic discharge
FE
Function ground
Freeze Command
The input data of the slave are "frozen".
GSD
The Device Master Data describes the technical features of a
PROFIBUS product. This file is required for the PROFIBUS system
configuration and is provided by the device manufacturer.
Half Duplex
Not more than one device sends at a certain moment, one or more
devices receive.
I
Current
I/O-
Input/ Output
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ID number
A 16-bit number that identifies a PROFIBUS product uniquely. It
represents a reference for the GSD file. More than one device can
have the same ID number, provided that the numbers can be written to
a common GDS file. This number is awarded by the PROFIBUS User
Organization.
IEC 61158
Worldwide standard for PROFIBUS DP and -FMS, successor of
international standard EN 50 170 volume 2.
IO Link
Standardized communication system to link intelligent sensors and
actuators to an automation system
IP20
Ingress Protection, standard according to DIN EN 60529
1. Code no. = Protection against touching and foreign bodies
2: Protection against the ingress of solid foreign bodies measuring a
diameter of more than 12.5 mm, protection against touching with
fingers
2. Code no. = Water protection
0: no protection against ingress
IP67
Ingress Protection, standard according to DIN EN 60529
1. Code no. = Protection against touching and foreign bodies
6: Dust-tight, protection against access with a wire
2. Code no. = Water protection
7: Protection against temporary submersion
LSB
Least significant bit
LWL
Optical fiber
MSB
Most significant bit
Ni
Nickel
PAA
Process map of outputs
PAE
Process map of inputs
PELV
Protective Extra Low Voltage
PNO
PROFIBUS User Organization.
Power-LED
LED to signal the operating status
Pt 100
Temperature sensor on platinum base (0°C is equivalent to 100Ω)
+R
High potential sensor connection.
-R
Low potential sensor connection.
Repeater
Coupling element to process signals between PROFIBUS segments.
RL
Sensor power supply in three-wire mode.
RS-
RS485, low potential
RS+
RS485, high potential
RTD
Resistance Temperature Device
RTS
RS232 Handshake Request To Send Line,
Flow control for receive data
Rx
Receiver
RxD
RS232 Receive Data Line
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S
Reference potential
Segment
Left segment of the internal system connection (Sockets 0 and 2) and
right segment of the system link (Sockets 1 and 3)
SELVSafety Extra Low Voltage.
Simatic Manager
Programming software for program-logic controllers made by Siemens
PLC
Program-logic controller
Segment
System cable together with modules connected to one or two sockets
that belong together
TH
Thermocouple, Thermo element
TH+
High potential sensor connection
TH-
Low potential sensor connection.
Tx
Transmitter
TxD
RS232 Transmit Data Line
Type E, Type J, Type K,
Type N, Type R
Thermoelements as per DIN EN 60584 standard.
U
Voltage
U/I
Voltage / current
UA (brown terminal)
Actuator supply
UA (red terminal)
Module supply
UB
Operating voltage
UI (red terminal)
Module and sensor supply
US (brown terminal)
Sensor supply
VDMA
Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau e.V. (Association of
German Machinery and Industrial Equipment Manufacturers)
Virtual module
Modules in the GSD file, e.g. line modules or placeholders that do not
correspond to any real physical module
Full Duplex
Two devices can both send and receive at the same moment.
XOFF
ASCII Control character DC3, decimal 19 for flow control.
XON
ASCII Control character DC1, decimal 17 for flow control.
VZ
Sign.
ZVEI
Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V. (German
Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association).
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the customer shall refer to the copyright of Murrelektronik GmbH. Furthermore, special attention shall
be paid to compliance with the safety instructions.
Although the customer is obliged to make reference to the copyright of Murrelektronik GmbH, provided
the technical documentation of Murrelektronik GmbH is used, the customer shall market and/or use
the technical documentation on his sole responsibility. The reason is that Murrelektronik GmbH has no
influence on changes or applications of the technical documentation and even minor changes to the
starting product or deviations in the intended applications may render incorrect the specifications
contained in the technical documentation. For this reason, the customer is obliged to identify the
technical documentation originating from Murrelektronik GmbH if and inasmuch as the documentation
is changed by the customer. The customer shall be obliged to release Murrelektronik from the damage
claims of third parties if the latter are attributable to any deficits in the documentation. This shall not
apply to damages to the rights of third parties caused by deliberate or criminal intent.
The customer shall be entitled to use the company brands of Murrelektronik GmbH exclusively for his
product advertising, but only inasmuch as the products of Murrelektronik GmbH are integrated in the
products marketed by the customer. The customer shall refer to the brands of Murrelektronik GmbH in
an adequate manner if the brands of Murrelektronik GmbH were used.
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