A8NEIP_2P
INVERTER
Plug-in option
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
EtherNet/IP communication interface
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Mailing address: Box 4126, 300 04 Halmstad, Sweden
Visiting address: Stationsgatan 37, Halmstad, Sweden
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.anybus.com
Important User Information
This document is intended to provide a good understanding of the functionality offered by the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board. The document only describes the features that are specific to the option board. For general
information regarding the FR-A800 inverter, consult the FR-A800 inverter design guides.
The reader of this document is expected to be familiar with high level software design, and communication
systems in general. The use of advanced EtherNet/IP-specific functionality may require in-depth knowledge in
EtherNet/IP networking internals and/or information from the official EtherNet/IP specifications. In such cases, the
people responsible for the implementation of this product should either obtain the EtherNet/IP specification to gain
sufficient knowledge or limit their implementation in such a way that this is not necessary.
Liability
Every care has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Please inform HMS Industrial Networks AB of any
inaccuracies or omissions. The data and illustrations found in this document are not binding. We, HMS Industrial
Networks AB, reserve the right to modify our products in line with our policy of continuous product development.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be considered as a commitment by HMS Industrial Networks AB. HMS Industrial Networks AB assumes no responsibility for any errors that
may appear in this document.
There are many applications of this product. Those responsible for the use of this device must ensure that all the
necessary steps have been taken to verify that the applications meet all performance and safety requirements including any applicable laws, regulations, codes, and standards.
HMS Industrial Networks AB will under no circumstances assume liability or responsibility for any problems that
may arise as a result from the use of undocumented features, timing, or functional side effects found outside the
documented scope of this product. The effects caused by any direct or indirect use of such aspects of the product
are undefined, and may include e.g. compatibility issues and stability issues.
The examples and illustrations in this document are included solely for illustrative purposes. Because of the many
variables and requirements associated with any particular implementation, HMS Industrial Networks AB cannot
assume responsibility for actual use based on these examples and illustrations.
Intellectual Property Rights
HMS Industrial Networks AB has intellectual property rights relating to technology embodied in the product described in this document. These intellectual property rights may include patents and pending patent applications
in the US and other countries.
Trademark Acknowledgements
Anybus ® is a registered trademark of HMS Industrial Networks AB. All other trademarks are the property of their
respective holders.
Warning:
This is a class A product. in a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
ESD Note: This product contains ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive parts that may be damaged if ESD
control procedures are not followed. Static control precautions are required when handling the product. Failure to observe this may cause damage to the product.
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Thank you for choosing this Mitsubishi Inverter plug-in option for the Mitsubishi FR-A800 Series Inverter. This Instruction Manual gives handling information and precautions for use of this equipment. Incorrect handling may
cause an unexpected failure or damage. In order to ensure optimal performance, please read this manual carefully
prior to use of the equipment.
Please forward this manual to the end user of the equipment.
This section is specifically about safety matters
Do not attempt to install, operate, maintain or inspect this product until you have read through this Instruction Manual and
any related documents carefully, and can use the equipment correctly. Do not use this product until you have a full working knowledge of the equipment, safety information and instructions.
In this Instruction Manual, the safety instruction levels are classified into "WARNING" and "CAUTION" levels.
Assumes that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions, resultWARNING
ing in death or severe injury.
Assumes that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions, resultCAUTION
ing in moderate or slight injury, or may cause physical damage only.
CAUTION level may lead to a serious consequence depending on conditions. Please be
Please note that even the
sure to follow the instructions of both levels as they are critical to personnel safety.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Electric Shock Prevention
WARNING
• Do not open any cover on the inverter while power is on or while the inverter is running, as an electrical shock may
result.
• Do not operate the inverter with any cover or wiring cover removed, as accidental contact with exposed high-voltage
terminals and internal components may occur, resulting in an electrical shock.
• If power is off do not remove any cover except when necessary for wiring or periodic inspection. While any cover is
removed, accidental contact with exposed high-voltage terminals and internal components may occur, resulting in an
electrical shock.
• Prior to starting wiring or inspection, confirm that input power to the inverter has been switched off via observation of
the inverter’s display panel. Additionally, wait for at least 10 minutes after removal of input power, and then confirm
that all residual voltage has been dissipated by using a voltage meter. Internal DC bus capacitors may contain high
voltages for several minutes after removal of input power, resulting in a dangerous situation should anything come
into contact with them.
• All personnel involved in the installation or inspection of this equipment should be fully competent to perform the
required work.
• Always install plug-in options prior to wiring main power.
• Do not touch the plug-in option with wet hands.
• Do not subject the cables to scratches, excessive stress, heavy loads or pinching.
2. Injury Prevention
CAUTION
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To prevent explosions or similar damage, apply only the voltages specified in the instruction manual to each terminal.
To prevent explosions or similar damage, ensure that all cables are properly connected to the correct terminals.
To prevent explosions or similar damage, observe all wiring polarity indicators.
To prevent burns from hot components, do not touch the inverter while power is on, or for some time after power is
removed.
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3. Additional Instructions
Please note the following points to prevent equipment damage, injury or electrical shock.
1. Transportation and mounting
CAUTION
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Do not install or operate the plug-in option if it is damaged or has parts missing.
Do not stand or rest heavy objects on the equipment.
Check that the mounting orientation is correct.
Prevent conductive items such as screws and metal fragments, or flammable substances such as oil from entering
the inverter.
2. Trial run
CAUTION
• To prevent unexpected equipment movement, confirm and adjust all required parameters prior to starting operation.
3. Usage
WARNING
• Do not modify the equipment.
• Do not remove any inverter or option parts unless specifically instructed to do so in this manual.
CAUTION
• Performing a “parameter clear” or “all parameter clear” will reset all inverter parameters to their factory default settings.
After performing one of these operations, remember to reenter any custom parameter values prior to starting operation.
• To prevent damage from electric discharge, always touch a grounded piece of metal prior to touching any equipment.
4. Maintenance, inspection and parts replacement
CAUTION
• Do not perform hi-pot tests on the equipment.
5. Disposal
CAUTION
• Contact the local or state environmental agency in your area for details on the disposal of electrical components and
packaging.
6. General instruction
For clarity purposes, illustrations in this manual man be drawn with covers or safety guards removed. Ensure all covers
and safety guards are properly installed prior to starting operation.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Important User Information
Liability........................................................................................................................................... 2
Intellectual Property Rights............................................................................................................... 2
Trademark Acknowledgements......................................................................................................... 2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................. 3
Preface
About This Document
Related Documents.................................................................................................................................. 9
Download .................................................................................................................................................. 9
Document History ................................................................................................................................... 9
Conventions & Terminology ................................................................................................................ 10
Support..................................................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 1
Preoperation Instructions
History...................................................................................................................................................... 11
Product Overview .................................................................................................................................. 11
Features .................................................................................................................................................... 11
Unpacking and Product Confirmation................................................................................................ 12
Shipment Confirmation .................................................................................................................. 12
Component Overview...................................................................................................................... 12
Environmental Specifications............................................................................................................... 13
Chapter 2
Get Started
Physical Installation................................................................................................................................ 14
Option Board IP Address ..................................................................................................................... 14
Download EDS File............................................................................................................................... 14
Configuration Example ......................................................................................................................... 15
IP Configuration ............................................................................................................................ 15
Import EDS File........................................................................................................................... 16
Verify the Settings.......................................................................................................................... 18
Create a New Project ..................................................................................................................... 19
Add a Module to the IO Configuration .......................................................................................... 20
Add an Option Board Module to the Ethernet Bridge .................................................................... 22
Download Configuration to PLC ................................................................................................... 27
Parameter Settings .................................................................................................................................. 28
Parameter Unit.............................................................................................................................. 28
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Chapter 3
Installation
Preinstallation Instructions ................................................................................................................... 29
Installation Procedure............................................................................................................................ 29
Network Connector (RJ45)................................................................................................................... 32
LED Indicators....................................................................................................................................... 33
Chapter 4
Inverter Settings
Inverter Parameters................................................................................................................................ 34
Option Board Parameters ..................................................................................................................... 35
Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings) ............................................................................. 38
Parameter 515h / Pr. 1301 (Ethernet Host Settings) ................................................................... 39
Parameters 519h - 51Ch / Pr. 1305 - 1308 (IP Address)........................................................... 39
Parameters 51Dh - 520h / Pr. 1309 - 1312 (Subnet Mask)....................................................... 39
Parameters 521h - 524h / Pr. 1313 - 1316 (Gateway Address) .................................................. 39
Parameter 525h / Pr. 1317 (Ethernet Communication Settings) ................................................... 40
Operation Mode Setting ........................................................................................................................ 40
Chapter 5
IP Functionality
IP Configuration..................................................................................................................................... 41
DHCP.......................................................................................................................................... 41
Network Configuration Page.......................................................................................................... 41
TCP/IP Interface Object (CIP object)............................................................................................ 41
Host IP Configuration Protocol (HICP) ........................................................................................ 42
Address Conflict Detection (ACD) ..................................................................................................... 42
Chapter 6
Embedded Web Server
Overview.................................................................................................................................................. 43
Authorization .......................................................................................................................................... 43
Web Pages................................................................................................................................................ 44
Network Interface .......................................................................................................................... 44
Parameter Data ............................................................................................................................. 48
Drive Monitor................................................................................................................................ 49
Chapter 7
File System and FTP Server
General..................................................................................................................................................... 50
FTP Server............................................................................................................................................... 50
Initiation........................................................................................................................................ 50
User Accounts................................................................................................................................ 50
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Chapter 8
EtherNet/IP Implementation
TCP/IP Connection .............................................................................................................................. 52
Class 1 Connections ............................................................................................................................... 52
Exclusive Owner Connection.......................................................................................................... 52
Input Only Connection ................................................................................................................... 52
Input Only Extended Connection ................................................................................................... 53
Listen Only Connection.................................................................................................................. 53
Listen Only Extended Connection.................................................................................................. 53
Redundant Owner Connection ........................................................................................................ 53
Class 3 Connections ............................................................................................................................... 53
Explicit Message Connection.......................................................................................................... 53
Electronic Data Sheet File .................................................................................................................... 54
Drive Profile Implementation .............................................................................................................. 54
Chapter 9
Data Exchange
General..................................................................................................................................................... 55
Drive Profile Parameters (Acyclic Data Exchange) .......................................................................... 55
Process Data (Cyclic Data Exchange)................................................................................................. 56
Static Access to Parameters ............................................................................................................ 56
Vendor Specific Access to Parameters ............................................................................................. 56
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Appendix A CIP Objects
General Information .............................................................................................................................. 57
Identity Object (01h).............................................................................................................................. 58
Message Router (02h) ............................................................................................................................ 60
Assembly Object (04h) .......................................................................................................................... 61
Connection Manager (06h) ................................................................................................................... 71
Parameter Object (0Fh)......................................................................................................................... 72
Motor Data Object (28h) ...................................................................................................................... 74
Control Supervisor Object (29h).......................................................................................................... 75
AC/DC Drive Object (2Ah) ................................................................................................................ 77
DLR Object (47h) .................................................................................................................................. 79
QoS Object (48h) ................................................................................................................................... 80
Inverter Parameter Object (A2h) ......................................................................................................... 81
TCP/IP Interface Object (F5h) ........................................................................................................... 83
Ethernet Link Object (F6h) .................................................................................................................. 86
Appendix B Diagnostics
Appendix C Translation of Parameter Numbers
Appendix D Connection Names
Appendix E HICP (Host IP Configuration Protocol)
General..................................................................................................................................................... 94
Operation................................................................................................................................................. 94
Appendix F Troubleshooting
Appendix G Copyright Notices
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Preface
P. About This Document
For more information, documentation etc., please visit the ME web site, see section P.2 below.
P.1 Related Documents
Document
Installation guideline of Mitsubishi inverter drive
Instruction manual of Mitsubishi inverter drive
Author
ME
ME
P.2 Download
The following web sites are available for downloads:
Web Site
http://www.mitsubishi-automation.com
http://www.meau.com/eprise/main/sites/public/Products/Variable_Frequency_Drives/A800/default
Region
EU
Americas
P.3 Document History
Summary of Recent Changes ( ... 1.00)
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P.4 Conventions & Terminology
The following conventions are used throughout this manual:
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Numbered lists provide sequential steps
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Bulleted lists provide information, not procedural steps
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The term ‘module’ refers to the option board.
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Hexadecimal values are written in the format NNNNh, where NNNN is the hexadecimal value.
P.5 Support
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE
EUROPE B.V.
German Branch
Gothaer Straße 8
D-40880 Ratingen
Phone: +49 (0) 21 02 / 486-0
Hotline: +49 2102 1805 000-765 /-766
Fax: +49 (0) 21 02 / 4 86-1 12 0
e-mail: [email protected]
www.mitsubishi-automation.com
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION
AMERICAS
500 Corporate Woods Parkway
Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061
Phone: +1 847-478-2100
Fax: +1 847-478-0327
www.MEAU.com
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC JAPAN
CORPORATION
Tokyo Bldg.
2-7-3 Marunouchi Chiyoda-Ku
Tokyo 100-8310
Phone: +81 (0) 3 / 32 18 31 76
Fax: +81 (0) 3 / 32 18 24 22
Please refer to the drive manual for other region contact addresses.
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1. Preoperation Instructions
1.1 History
The FR-A800 series from Mitsubishi Electric (ME), is a family of frequency inverters. The communication modules, option boards, enabling communication on different industrial networks, are developed
and produced by HMS Industrial Networks.
Examples of applications for the frequency inverters are:
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Lifting equipment
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Warehouse systems
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Extruders
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Centrifuges
1.2 Product Overview
The A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board for EtherNet/IP allows information to be transferred
seamlessly between an FR-A800 and an EtherNet/IP network with minimal configuration requirements. The option board installs directly onto the inverter’s control board, and presents two standard
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet ports for connection to the EtherNet/IP network. The option
board also hosts an embedded web server, which provides access to inverter information via a standard
web browser for remote monitoring, configuration and control.
The option board is connected directly to the control board of the inverter and communicates to the
inverter via a built-in communication port. Note that when the inverter’s built-in communication port
is used by the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board, it is unavailable for use by any other network.
Before using the option board, please familiarize yourself with the product and be sure to thoroughly
read the instructions and precautions contained in this manual. In addition, please make sure that this
instruction manual is delivered to the end user of the product, and keep this instruction manual in a safe
place for future reference or unit inspection.
1.3 Features
1.
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Two standard EtherNet/IP ports
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Internal switch enabling daisy chaining
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Drive operation according to the AC/DC Drive Profile
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Compliant with ODVA conformance test CT10
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Announce based Device Level Ring (DLR)
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FTP server
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Web server
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Firmware upgrade functionality1
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10BASE-T/100BASE-TX full/half duplex Ethernet interface
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CIP Parameter Object support
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IPv4 Address Conflict Detection for EtherNet/IP
Instructions are included when downloading a new firmware version.
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1.4 Unpacking and Product Confirmation
1.4.1 Shipment Confirmation
Check the enclosed items. Confirm that the correct quantity of each item was received, and that no damage occurred during shipment.
1.4.2 Component Overview
The following items are included in the package.
Item
PCB board
No. of pcs
1
M3 x 6 mm screw
3
Board spacer
2
LED cover
1
A8NEIP_2P
Link 1
Link 2
PE plate
Network Status
Module Status
Error
1
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1.5 Environmental Specifications
Item
Operating Temperature
Specification
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Vibration
-40º to +65º Celsius
93% non condensing
Grounding
Power Supply
Cooling Method
Communication Speed
-10º to +50º Celsius (ambient of the drive, non-freezing)
Max acceleration amplitude: 10 m/s2 at 9 - 200 Hz
Max displacement amplitude: 3 mm at 2 - 9 Hz
Connected to inverter frame ground through the PE plate / isolated from inverter control power
common
Supplied from inverter
Self cooled
10/100 Mbit
The A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board is lead-free / RoHS-compliant.
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2. Get Started
This chapter describes how to make a standard configuration of the option board.
2.1 Physical Installation
It is recommended to make a note of the MAC address of the option board, prior to installing the option
board in the inverter. The MAC address can for example be found on the label located on the option
board.
The physical installation of the option board is described in “Installation Procedure” on page 29
2.2 Option Board IP Address
If a DHCP server is present on the network, there is no need to assign an IP address to the option board,
as DHCP is enabled by default. The master needs to know the IP address to set up the communication
on the EtherNet/IP network.
See “IP Configuration” on page 41 for more information.
2.3 Download EDS File
The option board can be used without an EDS file. However it is recommended to use the EDS file, if
supported by the configuration software.
An EDS file is available for download, see section P.2 “Download”.
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2.4 Configuration Example
The example presented in this section, is created using the configuration software Studio 5000 from
Rockwell.
2.4.1 IP Configuration
DHCP is enabled by default, but if the IP settings need to be changed please follow these steps:
1. Download the Anybus IPconfig support tool (version 1.9.13 or later) from the support pages at
www.hms-networks.com.
2. Install and start the tool. A list of Ethernet modules available on the network will appear. Select
the option board in the list and right-click to show the menu.1
3. Select the option board in the list and double-click or select Configuration in the pop-up menu
to open the IP settings configuration window.
4. Enter the new IP settings and click set.
5. Close IPconfig.
The IP settings can also be changed by setting the option board parameters using the handheld parameter unit or using the internal web pages of the option board. For more information see:
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1.
“Option Board Parameters” on page 35
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FR-A800 user manual
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“Network Interface” on page 44
If no device appears, make sure that the correct network interface card is selected, using the Settings button.
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2.4.2 Import EDS File
If an EDS file is needed for the configuration, it has to be imported into the configuration tool as described below. If no EDS file is to be used, please continue to section 2.4.4 on page 19.
Note: The following steps requires that RSLinx is installed and configured.
1. Open RSLinx and select Tools -> Hardware Installation Tool. Select Add.
2. Browse to the previously downloaded EDS file. Select the file and click Next.
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3. The imported EDS file is evaluated. When this is finished, click Next.
4. In this step it is possible to change the icon of the device. Click Next when you are finished.
5. A summary will be shown. Review it and click Next, if satisfied.
6. Exit the tool.
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2.4.3 Verify the Settings
Use RSLinx or RSLinx Classic to verify the settings. The option board should appear in the list if the
correct EDS file is used and the IP settings are correct.
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2.4.4 Create a New Project
1. Open the Studio 5000 configuration software.
2. Select Controller and set a name to the project. Click Next.
3. Select chassis and slot. Click Finish
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2.4.5 Add a Module to the IO Configuration
This section shows how to add a module to the back plane.
1. In the Logix Designer window, right click on the backplane and select New Module.
2. Select the correct module (an Ethernet bridge in the PLC) and press Create.
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3. Give the name and the IP address for the Ethernet module, Click OK and then close the Select
Module Type window.
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2.4.6 Add an Option Board Module to the Ethernet Bridge
In this section an option board module is added to the configuration.
Note: If no EDS file is imported for the option board, please proceed to step 1 on page 25.
EDS File Imported
1. Select the EtherNet bridge just added. Right click and select New Module.
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2. In the Select Module Type window, filter for modules with vendor HMS Industrial Networks
AB. Select HMS-A8N in the list and press Create.
3. Add the settings for the module, then click on Change in the General tab.
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4. Enter a Module Definition e.g. Basic Speed Control, then press OK.
See “Connection Names” on page 92 for more information.
5. Press OK in the New Module window and then press Close in the Select Module Type window.
Please proceed to “Download Configuration to PLC” on page 27.
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No EDS File Imported
1. Select the EtherNet bridge just added. Right click and select New Module.
2. In the Select Module Type window, filter for generic modules. Select a module with the description Generic Ethernet Module in the list and press Create.
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3. Add the settings for the module, then press OK.
4. Press OK in the New Module window and then press Close in the Select Module Type window.
Please proceed to “Download Configuration to PLC” on page 27.
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2.4.7 Download Configuration to PLC
The last step is to download the configuration to the PLC.
1. Enter the path to the PLC.
2. Select Download.
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2.5 Parameter Settings
Parameters can be set at runtime either using the internal web pages of the option board, the hand-held
parameter unit or the setup software MELSOFT FR-Configurator1. The values of some of the parameters will not be valid until the inverter has been restarted.
The following information can be seen, and in certain cases changed, from the web pages:
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Network interface, including the IP settings (requires a restart to take effect)
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Parameter data, including drive profile parameters
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Drive Monitor
For more information on what the web pages look like, what information you can find there and what
parameters you can change the value of, see “Embedded Web Server” on page 43.
2.5.1 Parameter Unit
Parameter data can be seen, and in certain cases changed from the parameter unit.
For more information, please consult the manual for the FR-A800 series frequency inverter.
1.
See the product pages at http://www.mitsubishi-automation.com.
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Chapter 3
3. Installation
3.1 Preinstallation Instructions
Important! Make sure that the inverter’s power is off.
WARNING
To avoid damage to the inverter or plug-in option board, never install or remove a plug-in option
board while the inverter’s input power is on.
Physical installation of the option board is a two-step process. First, the card will be mounted onto an
available option connector on the inverter’s control board. Second, the card will be connected to the
EtherNet/IP network using a network cable.
Note: Prior to mounting the option board in the inverter, please write down the MAC address, which
is found on a label on the board.
3.2 Installation Procedure
1. Make sure that power is off. After switching off the power, wait for at least 10 minutes prior to
proceeding with the installation.
2. Remove both lids of the FR-A800.
- Unscrew the two screws in the bottom corners of the inverter.
- Remove the lid covering the lower front of
the inverter.
- Unscrew the screw in the bottom right corner of the lid covering the upper front of the
inverter.
- Remove the lid.
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3. Put the included board spacers in the holes at the right top and left bottom corners of the PCB.
4. Position the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board at the option slot 1 as shown in the image.
This is the only position that will allow network connectivity.
3
2
1
5. Fasten the option board by tightening the included screws at the left top and right bottom corners. The PE plate is attached along with the screw in the right bottom corner.
Note: Over-tightening the screws will damage the board.
6. Fasten the other end of the PE plate with another screw as
shown in the picture.
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7. Attach network cable(s) to any of the network connectors
on the option board.
8. To fit the LED cover on the front cover of the drive, do as follows:
- Cut the bridges, using nippers, on the upper front cover.
- Snap the LED cover into the front cover of the drive.
9. Fasten both front covers, top front cover first.
The option board is now mounted and power can be applied.
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Removal
1. Remove both lids of the FR-A800.
2. Remove the network cable(s).
3. Remove the screws.
4. Carefully remove the option board by lifting it straight up.
5. Remove the board spacers.
6. Replace the lids.
3.3 Network Connector (RJ45)
The option board provides connection to EtherNet/IP through two identical network connectors.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Housing
Name
TX+
TXRX+
NC
NC
RXNC
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Transmit positive
Transmit negative
Transmit positive
Terminated with a 50 - 75 Ω resistor
Receive negative
Terminated with a 50 - 75 Ω resistor
1
8
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3.4 LED Indicators
A8NEIP_2P
Link 1
Link 2
LED
Network status
Network Status
Module Status
Error
State
Off
Green
Green, flashing
Red
Red, flashing
Off
Green
Green, flashing
Red
Status
No power or no IP address.
Online, one or more connections established (CIP Class 1 or 3).
Online, no connections established.
Duplicate IP address, FATAL error.
One or more connections timed out (CIP Class 1 or 3)
Module status
No power
Controlled by an EtherNet/IP master in Run state.
Not configured, or the scanner (the master) is in Idle state.
Major fault (Exception error: the option board is in the exception state, or
FATAL error etc.)
Red, flashing
Recoverable fault(s)
Link/Activity (1, 2) Off
No link, no activity
Green
Link (100 Mbit/s) established
Green, flashing
Activity (100 Mbit/s)
Yellow
Link (10 Mbit/s) established
Yellow, flashing
Activity (10 Mbit/s)
Error LED
Off
Communication with inverter is working without problems.
Red
Error in communication with inverter
Red, flashing (2 blinks) Invalid process data parameter mapped
Red, flashing (3 blinks) Too many process data parameters mapped
Red, flashing (4 blinks) Wrong prepend instance number selected in Option Board parameters.
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4. Inverter Settings
4.1 Inverter Parameters
The inverter parameters are critical for overall operation of the end-to-end communication system.
Some of these parameters must be set to specific values, and some may have multiple allowable settings
depending on the desired operation of the overall application. It is important to understand the manner
in which the parameters will impact successful communications with, and control of the inverter.
The inverter parameters can be changed via the handheld parameter unit, via the web pages of the option
board or using the setup software MELSOFT FR-Configurator1. The handheld parameter unit is described in the user manual for the FR-A800, and the option board web pages are described in “Web Pages” on page 44.
Inverter parameters can be accessed through CIP objects, see “CIP Objects” on page 57.
Note: The scaling of the parameter values are different if you use the parameter unit or the option board
web pages, as well as in the CIP object A2h. For further information see “Parameter Data” on page 48.
1.
See the product pages at http://www.mitsubishi-automation.com.
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4.2 Option Board Parameters
The option board parameters are stored in the inverter. At startup they are transferred from the inverter
to the option board and can be changed using the parameter unit, the option board web pages or the
setup software MELSOFT FR-Configurator1. Option parameters 6 to 20 are network specific.
Pr. No.
(hex)
514h
Pr. No.
(dec)
1300
515h
1301
Option Parameter 2
516h
1302
Option Parameter 3
Network Typea
517h
1303
Option parameter 4
Serial number (low word)b
518h
1304
Option parameter 5
519h
1305
Option parameter 6
51Ah
51Bh
51Ch
51Dh
1306
1307
1308
1309
Option parameter 7
Option parameter 8
Option parameter 9
Option parameter 10
51Eh
51Fh
520h
521h
1310
1311
1312
1313
Option parameter 11
Option parameter 12
Option parameter 13
Option parameter 14
522h
523h
524h
525h
1314
1315
1316
1317
Option parameter 15
Option parameter 16
Option parameter 17
Option parameter 18
526h
1318
Option parameter 19
527h
1319
Option parameter 20
Serial number (high word)b
IP address (first byte), see“Parameters 519h - 51Ch / Pr. 1305 1308 (IP Address)” on page 39
IP address (second byte)
IP address (third byte)
IP address (fourth byte)
Subnet mask (first byte), see “Parameters 51Dh - 520h / Pr.
1309 - 1312 (Subnet Mask)” on page 39
Subnet mask (second byte)
Subnet mask (third byte)
Subnet mask (fourth byte)
Gateway address (first byte), see “Parameters 521h - 524h / Pr.
1313 - 1316 (Gateway Address)” on page 39
Gateway address (second byte)
Gateway address (third byte)
Gateway address (fourth byte)
Ethernet Communication Settings, see “Parameter 525h / Pr.
1317 (Ethernet Communication Settings)” on page 40
Prepend output assembly:
Prepend output assembly instance number. This setting is only
valid if prepend output is selected.
Valid instance numbers: 20-23
Prepend input assembly:
Prepend input assembly instance number. This setting is only
valid if prepend output is selected.
Valid instance numbers: 70-73
528h
1320
Option parameter 21
Read process data 1c:
User defined read process data mapping #1.
529h
1321
Option parameter 22
Read process data 2c:
User defined read process data mapping #2.
52Ah
1322
Option parameter 23
Read process data 3c:
User defined read process data mapping #3.
52Bh
1323
Option parameter 24
Read process data 4c:
User defined read process data mapping #4.
52Ch
1324
Option parameter 25
Read process data 5c:
User defined read process data mapping #5.
52Dh
1325
Option parameter 26
Read process data 6c:
User defined read process data mapping #6.
Parameter Name
Description
Option parameter 1
General settings, see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38
Ethernet Host Settings, see “Parameter 515h / Pr. 1301 (Ethernet Host Settings)” on page 39
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Pr. No.
(hex)
52Eh
Pr. No.
(dec)
1326
52Fh
Parameter Name
Description
Option parameter 27
Read process data 7c:
User defined read process data mapping #7.
1327
Option parameter 28
Read process data 8c:
User defined read process data mapping #8.
530h
1328
Option parameter 29
Read process data 9c:
User defined read process data mapping #9.
531h
1329
Option parameter 30
Read process data 10c:
User defined read process data mapping #10.
532h
1330
Option parameter 31
Write process data 1d:
User defined write process data mapping #1.
533h
1331
Option parameter 32
Write process data 2d:
User defined write process data mapping #2.
534h
1332
Option parameter 33
Write process data 3d:
User defined write process data mapping #3.
535h
1333
Option parameter 34
Write process data 4d:
User defined write process data mapping #4.
536h
1334
Option parameter 35
Write process data 5d:
User defined write process data mapping #5.
537h
1335
Option parameter 36
Write process data 6d:
User defined write process data mapping #6.
538h
1336
Option parameter 37
Write process data 7d:
User defined write process data mapping #7.
539h
1337
Option parameter 38
Write process data 8d:
User defined write process data mapping #8.
53Ah
1338
Option parameter 39
Write process data 9d:
User defined write process data mapping #9.
53Bh
1339
Option parameter 40
Write process data 10d:
User defined write process data mapping #10.
53Ch
1340
Option parameter 41
Write process data 11d:
User defined write process data mapping #11.
53Dh
1341
Option parameter 42
Write process data 12d:
User defined write process data mapping #12.
53Eh
1342
Option parameter 43
Write process data 13d:
User defined write process data mapping #13.
53Fh
1343
Option parameter 44
Write process data 14d:
User defined write process data mapping #14.
a. During startup the option board will verify the value of this parameter. If it differs from the network type of the
option board, the option board will change the parameter value to the actual network type and clear all other
parameters, i.e. will set the parameter values to default.
b. During startup the option board will verify the value of this parameter. If it differs from the serial number of the
option board, the option board will change the parameter value to the actual serial number and also set the option
board host name to [main-unit-name]-[serial number]
c. Read process data is defined as output data from the EtherNet/IP network master that is read by the inverter.
d. Write process data is defined as input data to the EtherNet/IP network master that is written by the inverter.
The first time the option board and the inverter start up after installation, default standard settings will
be used. Any changes of the parameter values during runtime, will not be available until the inverter has
been restarted.
The application can more often than not be run on standard settings.
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Note: Read process data is defined as the data read by the option board/inverter, i.e. output process
data form the network master’s point of view. Consequently, write process data is defined as data written
by the option/board, i.e. input process data from the network master’s point of view. See figure below.
Option Board
Network
Master
Read Process
Data
A800
Inverter
Option Board
Network
Master
Write Process
Data
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4.2.1 Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)
For EtherNet/IP specific functionality, see below. Only read by the option board during startup.
Bit
0
Name
User specific process data
mapping
Default
0
1
Communication settings from 0
Net
2
Prepend output
0
3
Prepend input
0
4
Clear all Option Parameters
0
5-15
Reserved
0
Description
0: User data mapping is disabled.
1: User data mapping is enabled.
0: Network settings can be set from the network.
1: Network settings cannot be set from the network.
0: Prepend output is disabled.
1: Prepend output is enabled.
0: Prepend input is disabled.
1: Prepend input is enabled.
0: 1: Clears all option parameters and sets the default values. Will
reset itself to 0 after completion.
N/A
Bit 0
This setting enables the user to choose a user defined mapping in assembly instance 150/100. The user
data mapping is set using Read process data 1 - Read process data 10 parameters and Write process data
1 - Write process data 14 parameters (Option parameters 21 - 44). For more information see “Assembly
Object (04h)” on page 61.
Bit 2
If Prepend output is enabled, the assembly instance, defined in Option parameter 19, will be prepended
the user defined parameters in assembly instance 150. For more information, see “Instance 150 (96h) Positioning Control/Transparent Output” on page 63.
Bit 3
If Prepend input is enabled, the assembly instance, defined in Option parameter 20, will be prepended
the user defined parameters in assembly instance 100. For more information, see “Instance 100 (64h) Positioning Control/Transparent Input” on page 67.
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4.2.2 Parameter 515h / Pr. 1301 (Ethernet Host Settings)
Only read by the option board during startup.
Bit
0
Name
HICP
1
Web Server
2
Web ADI accessa
3
FTP server
4
Admin mode
5
6
Reserved
Format file system
7-15
Reserved
Default Description
0
0: Support for the HICP protocol used by the Anybus IPconfig utility
is enabled.
1: Support for the HICP protocol used by the Anybus IPconfig utility
is disabled.
0
0: The built-in web server is enabled.
1: The built-in web server is disabled.
0
0: Access to inverter parameters from the web server is enabled.
1: Access to inverter parameters from the web server is disabled.
0
0: The built-in FTP server is enabled.
1: The built-in FTP server is disabled.
0
0: FTP admin mode is disabled.
1: FTP admin mode is enabled.
0
N/A
0
0: 1: Formats the file system. Will reset itself to 0 after completion.
0
N/A
a. Web server must be enabled for web access to inverter parameters to be available.
4.2.3 Parameters 519h - 51Ch / Pr. 1305 - 1308 (IP Address)
These four parameters store the IP Address of the option board. Byte order is allocated as in the following example:
IP address:
Parameter no (hex):
Parameter no (dec):
192. 168. 111. 222
519 51A 51B 51C
1305 1306 1307 1308
4.2.4 Parameters 51Dh - 520h / Pr. 1309 - 1312 (Subnet Mask)
These four parameters store the subnet mask. Byte order is allocated as in the following example:
IP address:
Parameter no (hex):
Parameter no (dec):
255. 255. 255.
0
51D 51E 51F 520
1309 1310 1311 1312
4.2.5 Parameters 521h - 524h / Pr. 1313 - 1316 (Gateway Address)
These four parameters store the gateway address of the option board. Byte order is allocated as in the
following example:
IP address:
Parameter no (hex):
Parameter no (dec):
192. 168. 111.
1
521 522 523 524
1313 1314 1315 1316
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4.2.6 Parameter 525h / Pr. 1317 (Ethernet Communication Settings)
Only read by the option board during startup.
Bit
0
Name
Priority of setting
Default
0
Values
0:
1:
1
DHCPa
0
2-4
Duplex and speed for 0
Comm.1a
5-7
Duplex and speed for 0
Comm.2a
8-15
(reserved)
0:
1:
b4
0
1
1
1
1
b7
0
1
1
1
1
N/A
0
Description
Option board settings are used for network settings.
Option board parameters (inverter parameter data) are used
for network settings.
DHCP is enabled
DHCP is disabled
b3 b2 Speed
Duplex
N/A N/A Automatic detection of speed and duplex
0
0
10 Mbps
Half duplex
0
1
10 Mbps
Full duplex
1
0
100 Mbps
Half duplex
1
1
100 Mbps
Full duplex
b6 b5 Speed
Duplex
N/A N/A Automatic detection of speed and duplex
0
0
10 Mbps
Half duplex
0
1
10 Mbps
Full duplex
1
0
100 Mbps
Half duplex
1
1
100 Mbps
Full duplex
a. The value of this bit is ignored if bit 0 (Priority of setting) of the parameter is set to 0 (default).
4.3 Operation Mode Setting
Please refer to the FR-A800 instruction manual for information.
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5. IP Functionality
A device on a EtherNet/IP network is defined by its IP address. To be able to take advantage of the
internal web pages of the option board, the user needs to find/set this.
5.1 IP Configuration
On product delivery, the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board will use the following default configuration:
IP address:
Subnet mask:
Gateway address:
DHCP:
DNS1:
DNS2:
Host Name:
Domain Name:
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
On
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
“”
“”
If the option board is reset to factory default, the values in the list above will be restored.
The IP address and related settings can be configured using the following methods:
•
DHCP (default)
•
Network configuration page (internal web server)
•
TCP/IP Interface Object (CIP object, EtherNet/IP)
•
HICP (Host IP Configuration Protocol).
•
Option Board parameter settings, either through internal web pages or via the parameter unit.
5.1.1 DHCP
DHCP is enabled by default. When a link has been detected at upstart, the option board will request a
network configuration from a DHCP/BOOTP server.
If the option board loses its link, the option board will issue a DHCP request message when the link has
been re-established. No fallback IP configuration will be used. The option board will keep issuing
DHCP requests until an address is received from the DHCP server.
5.1.2 Network Configuration Page
The IP configuration can be configured using the internal network configuration web page. Changing
the settings from the web page will store the configuration on the option board and the changes will
have immediate effect.
5.1.3 TCP/IP Interface Object (CIP object)
Setting the IP configuration through the TCP/IP Interface Object will store the new settings. The settings are available immediately, without a reset. See “TCP/IP Interface Object (F5h)” on page 83.
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5.1.4 Host IP Configuration Protocol (HICP)
The A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board supports the HICP protocol, used by the Anybus IPconfig utility for changing settings e.g. IP address, subnet mask and enable/disable DHCP. Anybus IPconfig
can be downloaded free of charge from www.hms-networks.com.
For more information see See “HICP (Host IP Configuration Protocol)” on page 94.
5.2 Address Conflict Detection (ACD)
The A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board implements duplicate IP address detection. The Network
Status LED will indicate if a duplicate IP address is detected, see “LED Indicators” on page 33.
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6. Embedded Web Server
6.1 Overview
The interface contains an embedded web server (also known as an HTTP server), which allows users to access
the inverter’s internal data in a graphical manner with web browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or
Mozilla Firefox. In this way, the inverter can be monitored, configured and controlled from across the room
or from across the globe.
To access an interface’s embedded web server, either use the IPConfig Tool and select the “Open Web
Interface” button when the target unit is highlighted, or just directly enter the target unit’s IP address
into the address (URL) field of your web browser.
The web server supports up to 20 concurrent connections and communicates through port 80.
6.2 Authorization
Directories can be protected from web access by placing a file called ‘web_accs.cfg’ in the directory to
protect.1 This file shall contain a list of users that are allowed to access the directory and its subdirectories.
File Format:
Username1:Password1
Username2:Password2
...
UsernameN:PasswordN
[AuthName]
(message goes here)
•
List of approved users.
•
Optionally, a login message can be specified by including the
key [AuthName]. This message will be displayed by the web
browser upon accessing the protected directory.
The list of approved users can optionally be redirected to one or several other files.
Example:
In this example, the list of approved users will be loaded from ‘here.cfg’ and ‘too.cfg’.
[File path]
\i\put\some\over\here.cfg
\i\actually\put\some\of\it\here\too.cfg
[AuthName]
Howdy. Password, please.
1.
For more information about the file system, see “File System and FTP Server” on page 50.
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6.3 Web Pages
Open a web browser (IE or Firefox e.g.). Enter the IP address for the option board. The window pane
below will appear:
The index page gives access to the following pages:
•
Network interface
•
Parameter data
•
Operation panel
6.3.1 Network Interface
The following information is available on the network interface page:
Name
Serial#
MAC ID
Firmware version
Uptime
CPU load
Description
The serial number of the option board.
The MAC ID of the option board.
The firmware version of the option board.
The uptime of the option board.
Current CPU load of the option board.
From this web page you can continue to:
•
Network configuration
•
Network statistics
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Network Configuration
The network configuration provides an interface for configuring the network settings. The option board
needs a reset for the changes to take effect.
Available editable settings:
IP Configuration
IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway
Host name
Domain name
DNS1
DNS2
DHCP
Ethernet Configuration
Comm 1
Comm 2
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The TCP/IP settings of the option board
Default values: 0.0.0.0
Valid values: 0.0.0.0 - 255.255.255.255
IP address or name
Max 64 characters
IP address or name
Max 48 characters
IP address
IP address
Enabling or disabling DHCP
Default: Enabled
Description
Link speed and duplex configuration of port 1
Link speed and duplex configuration of port 2
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Ethernet Statistics Page
The Ethernet statistics web page contains the following information:
Ethernet Link
Port 1
Speed
Duplex
Port 2
Speed
Duplex
Description
The current link speed
The current duplex configuration
The current link speed
The current duplex configuration
EtherNet/IP Statistics
Established Class 1 Connections
Established Class3 Connections
Connection Open Requests
Connection Open Format Rejects
Connection Open Resource Rejects
Connection Open Other Rejects
Connection Close Requests
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Current number of established class1 connections
Current number of established class3 connections
Number of received connection open requests
Connection open requests rejected due to request format error
Connection open requests rejected due to lack of resources
Connection open requests rejected due to other reasons
Number of received connection close requests
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EtherNet/IP Statistics
Connection Close Format Rejects
Connection Close Other Rejects
Connection Timeouts
Description
Connection close requests rejected due to request format error
Connection close requests rejected due to other reasons
Number of connection timeouts
Interface Counters
In Octets
In Ucast packets
In NUcast packets
In Discards
In Errors
In Unknown Protos
Out Octets
Out Ucast packets
Out NUcast packets
Out Discards
Out Errors
Description
Received bytes
Received unicast packets
Received non-unicast packets (broadcast and multicast)
Received packets discarded due to no available memory buffers
Received packets discarded due to reception error
Received packets with unsupported protocol type
Sent bytes
Sent unicast packets
Sent non-unicast packets (broadcast and multicast)
Outgoing packets discarded due to no available memory buffers
Transmission errors
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6.3.2 Parameter Data
The parameter data can be changed on this web page,
Please note that all values have to be scaled to conform to the values shown in the hand-held parameter
unit. The scaling factor is specific to each parameter and listed in the inverter frequency manual. The
value shown on the web page has to be multiplied by this scaling factor. The picture above shows the
web pages including the scaling factor for each parameter. See “Download” on page 9 for web sites
where these web pages are available for download.
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6.3.3 Drive Monitor
This web page makes it possible to monitor actual values from the device
The Forward (Fwd), Reverse (Rev) and Stop buttons allows the user to start forward rotation or reverse
rotation of the drive, aswell as to stop the drive.
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7. File System and FTP Server
7.1 General
The file system of the option board is used to store files used by the application firmware, e.g. configuration files.
Whenever the configuration is completed, it is suggested that a backup copy of the configuration file be
downloaded from the unit to a PC. One reason for this is in case it becomes necessary to restore a previous configuration at a later time. Another reason is that it may be desirable to load multiple units with
the same configuration, as a downloaded configuration file can be uploaded again to any compatible
unit, allowing the user to easily clone multiple units with the same configuration.
Interacting with the file system is performed by use of the File Transfer Protocol (FTP). The built-in
FTP server makes it easy to manage the file system using a standard FTP client, interacting with the files
in the same manner as though they were traditional files stored on a local or remote PC.
Note that certain routers or firewall applications (such as Windows Firewall) can block FTP traffic. If
an FTP connection to the interface card cannot be established, be sure to check the computer’s firewall
settings during troubleshooting, and add an exception to the firewall configuration if necessary.
7.2 FTP Server
7.2.1 Initiation
By default, the following port numbers are used for FTP communication:
•
TCP, port 20 (FTP data port)
•
TCP, port 21 (FTP command port)
The FTP server supports up to 8 concurrent connections.
7.2.2 User Accounts
User accounts are stored in the configuration file '\ftp.cfg'. This file holds the user names, passwords,
and home directory for all users. Users are not able to access files outside of their home directory.
File Format:
User1:Password1:Homedir1
User2:Password2:Homedir2
User3:Password3:Homedir3
Optionally, the UserN:PasswordN-section can be replaced by a path to a file containing a list of users
as follows:
File Format ('\ftp.cfg'):
User1:Password1:Homedir1
User2:Password2:Homedir2
\path\userlistA:HomedirA
\path\userlistB:HomedirB
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The files containing the user lists shall have the following format:
File Format:
User1:Password1
User2:Password2
User3:Password3
Notes:
•
User names must not exceed 15 characters in length.
•
Passwords must not exceed 15 characters in length.
•
User names and passwords must only contain printable characters in the Lower ASCII characters
set (value 32 to 127). Delimiter character ':' must not be used as part of the user name or password. Character '\' must not be used as the first character of the user name.
•
File must be stored using ANSI encoding.
•
If '\ftp.cfg' is missing or cannot be interpreted, all user name/password combinations will be accepted and the home directory will be the FTP root (i.e. '\ftp\').
•
The home directory for a user must also exist in the file system if they should be able to log in,
just adding the user information to the 'ftp.cfg' file it is not enough.
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If 'Admin Mode' has been enabled in the Option Board parameters, all user name/password
combinations will be accepted and the user will have unrestricted access to the file system (i.e.
the home directory will be the system root).
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It is strongly recommended to have at least one user with root access ('\') permission. If not, 'Admin Mode' must be enabled each time a system file needs to be altered (including '\ftp.cfg').
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8. EtherNet/IP Implementation
The option board implements EtherNet/IP according to the specification based on the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP).
8.1 TCP/IP Connection
Data will be transported over both TCP and UDP.
TCP port 44818 is used for encapsulation messages.
UDP port 44818 is used for encapsulation messaging sent over UDP.
UDP port 2222 is used for I/O data (Class 1, Multicast (T->O) or Point to Point (O->T, T->O)).
8.2 Class 1 Connections
Class 1 connections are used to transfer I/O data, and can be established to instances in the Assembly
Object. Each Class 1 connection will establish two data transports; one consuming and one producing.
The heartbeat instances can be used for connections that shall only access inputs. Class 1 connections
use UDP transport.
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Total number of supported class 1 connections: 4
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Max input connection size: 42 bytes1
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Max output connection size: 42 bytes1
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Supported API: 2... 3200ms
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T->O Connection type: Point-to-point, Multicast
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O->T Connection type: Point-to-point
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Supported trigger types: Cyclic, Change-of-state
8.2.1 Exclusive Owner Connection
This connection type is used for controlling the outputs of the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board
and shall not be dependent on any other connection. Only one exclusive owner connection can be
opened against the Option Board.
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Connection point O->T is an Output Assembly object instance.
•
Connection point T->O is an Input Assembly object instance.
8.2.2 Input Only Connection
This connection is used to read data from the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board without controlling the outputs. This connection type is not dependent on any other connection.
The size of the O->T direction for an input only connection of the Forward_Open is zero. If not, an
error is returned.
Important: Even though input only connections do not depend on any other connection, they will
“hook onto” transports already producing the same data. If they are hooked on to an exclusive owner
1.
Regardless of number of connections.
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connection that times out, the input only connection will time out as well. If the exclusive owner connection is properly closed, the input only connection will not be affected.
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Number of supported input only connections is 4 (Shared with exclusive owner and listen only
connection).
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Connection point O->T is Assembly object, instance 198 (Input only heartbeat) (Default)
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Connection point T->O is an Input Assembly object instance.
8.2.3 Input Only Extended Connection
This connection's functionality is the same as the standard input only connection. However when this
connection times out it does not affect the state of the application.
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Connection point O->T is Assembly object, instance 195 (Input only extended heartbeat) (Default)
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Connection point T->O is an Input Assembly object instance.
8.2.4 Listen Only Connection
This connection is dependent on another connection to exist. If that connection (Exclusive owner or
Input only) is closed, the listen only connection will be closed as well.
The size of the O->T direction for an input only connection of the Forward_Open is zero. If not, an
error is returned.
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The number of supported listen only connections is 4 (Shared with exclusive owner and input
only connection).
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Connection point O->T is Assembly object, instance 199 (Listen only heartbeat) (Default)
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Connection point T->O is an Input Assembly object instance.
8.2.5 Listen Only Extended Connection
This connections functionality is the same as the standard listen only connection. However when this
connection times out it does not affect the state of the application.
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Connection point O->T is Assembly object, instance 196 (Listen only extended heartbeat) (Default)
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Connection point T->O is an Input Assembly object instance.
8.2.6 Redundant Owner Connection
This connection type is not supported by the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board.
8.3 Class 3 Connections
8.3.1 Explicit Message Connection
Class 3 connections are used to establish connections to the message router. Thereafter the connection
is used for explicit messaging. Class 3 connections use TCP connections.
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16 simultaneously class 3 connections are supported
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Supported API: = 100 - 10000ms.
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T->O Connection type: Point-to-point
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O->T Connection type: Point-to-point
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Supported trigger type: Application
8.4 Electronic Data Sheet File
A standard EDS file is available for download (see “Download” on page 9).
Due to that the CIP parameter object (see page 72) is implemented, some configuration tools can automatically generate an EDS file for the option board.
8.5 Drive Profile Implementation
The A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board supports the AC/DC Drive Profile. The inverter parameters are represented as dedicated CIP objects.
See also:
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“Motor Data Object (28h)” on page 74
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“AC/DC Drive Object (2Ah)” on page 77
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Drive profile parameters in Instruction manual of Mitsubishi inverter drive
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9. Data Exchange
9.1 General
Inverter parameters are represented as dedicated CIP objects, see “CIP Objects” on page 57. These objects can only be accessed from the EtherNet/IP network.
Translation of Parameter Numbers
Parameter numbers used in the inverter do not directly translate to object instance numbers (“Inverter
Parameter Object (A2h)” on page 81) used on EtherNet/IP.
The array below presents a summary of the parameter number translation. For a complete presentation
of how to translate the parameter numbers for the option board drive profile parameters, see “Translation of Parameter Numbers” on page 91.
Inverter
Parameter Type
Parameter
Monitor Data
Option Board
Drive Profile
Parameters
Inverter
Parameter No.
Offset
0h .. FFFha
000h .. FFFha
400h .. 431h
412h,
415h .. 41Chc
1000h
EtherNet/IP number
Acyclic Data
(Parameter No. + Offset) Exchange
1000h .. 1FFFh
Yes
Cyclic Data
Exchange
No
2000h
2000h .. 2FFFh
Yes
Yes
3000h
3400h .. 3431h
Yes
3800h
3C12h,
3C15h .. 3C1Ch
Yes
Yes/nob
Yes
a. Highest parameter number supported by the option board is FFFh. Please consult the Instruction manual of Mitsubishi inverter drive for max number supported by the inverter.
b. Some of these parameters can be mapped for cyclic data exchange, see “Translation of Signal Numbers” on
page 45.
c. These parameters can either be accessed (as acyclic data) as an array, with offset 3000h, or can each entry in the
array be mapped as a separate parameter with offset 3800h (as acyclic and/or cyclic data).
Note: The scaling of the parameter values are different if you use the parameter unit or the option board
web pages, for further information see “Parameter Data” on page 48.
9.2 Drive Profile Parameters (Acyclic Data Exchange)
Inverter parameters and drive profile parameters can be accessed using “Inverter Parameter Object
(A2h)” on page 81, where object instance numbers are used to access a specific parameter. As mentioned
above, the parameter numbers do not correspond directly to the instance numbers used on EtherNet/
IP. A translation table for the Option Board Drive Profile Parameters is available in “Translation of Parameter Numbers” on page 91.
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9.3 Process Data (Cyclic Data Exchange)
Process Data is represented on EtherNet/IP through dedicated instances in the Assembly Object.
See also:
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“Assembly Object (04h)” on page 61
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“Connection Manager (06h)” on page 71
9.3.1 Static Access to Parameters
Instances 20 - 23 and 70 - 73 in the Assembly Object are defined by the AC/DC drive profile. The setup
of these instances is predefined and can not be changed by the user. Instances 150 and 100 also have
predefined setups, but can be used for user specific data mapping, see below.
9.3.2 Vendor Specific Access to Parameters
Instances 150 and 100 in the Assembly object are available for vendor specific access. If Prepend is enabled (see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38), the information in the selected
assembly instance will be prepended the user specific data. This is e.g. useful when exchanging control/
status word data, that you can only find in the predefined assembly instances.
For more information see “Assembly Object (04h)” on page 61.
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A. CIP Objects
A.1 General Information
This chapter specifies the CIP-object implementation in the option board. These objects can be accessed
from the EtherNet/IP network.
Mandatory Objects:
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“Identity Object (01h)” on page 58
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“Message Router (02h)” on page 60
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“Assembly Object (04h)” on page 61
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“Connection Manager (06h)” on page 71
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“Parameter Object (0Fh)” on page 72
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“Motor Data Object (28h)” on page 74
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“Control Supervisor Object (29h)” on page 75
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“AC/DC Drive Object (2Ah)” on page 77
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“DLR Object (47h)” on page 79
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“QoS Object (48h)” on page 80
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“TCP/IP Interface Object (F5h)” on page 83
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“Ethernet Link Object (F6h)” on page 86
Vendor Specific Objects:
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“Inverter Parameter Object (A2h)” on page 81
Unconnected CIP routing is supported, which means that a message can be sent to a device without first
setting up a connection.
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A.2 Identity Object (01h)
Object Description
This object provides information and general information about the device.
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Get_Attributes_All
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Get_Attributes_All
Reset
Class Attributes
#
1
Name
Revision
Access
Get
Type
UINT
Value
0001h (Object revision)
Instance #1 Attributes
#
1
2
Name
Vendor ID
Device Type
Access
Get
Get
Type
UINT
UINT
3
4
Product Code
Revision
Get
Get
5
6
7
11
Status
Serial Number
Product Name
Active language
Get
Get
Get
Set
UINT
Struct of:
{USINT, USINT}
WORD
UDINT
SHORT_STRING
Struct of:
USINT
USINT
USINT
Array of:
Struct of:
USINT
USINT
USINT
12 Supported Lan- Get
guage List
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005Ah (HMS Industrial Networks AB)
0002h (AC Drive)
013Ch
Major and minor firmware revision
See “Device Status” on page 59
Unique serial number set at production
“A8NEIP_2P” (Product name)
‘e’, ‘n’, ‘g’ (active language)
‘e’, ‘n’, ‘g’ (List of languages supported by the host application. Only
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Device Status
bit(s)
0
1
2
3
4... 7
Name
Module Owned, shall be set when at least one connection is configured.
(reserved, set to 0)
Configureda
(reserved, set to 0)
Extended Device Status:
Value:Meaning:
0000b Unknown
0010b Faulted I/O Connection
0011b No I/O connection established
0100b Non-volatile configuration bad
0110b Connection in Run mode
0111b Connection in Idle mode
(other) (reserved)
8
Set for minor recoverable faultsb
9
Set for minor unrecoverable faultsb
10
Set for major recoverable faultsb
11
Set for major unrecoverable faultsb
(reserved, set to 0)
12... 15
a. This bit shows if the product has other settings than “out-of-box”. The value is set to true.
b. Default conversion table is used, see “Diagnostics” on page 89.
Service Details: Reset Service
There are two types of network reset requests on EtherNet/IP that are supported by the option board
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Type 0: ‘Power Cycling Reset’
This service will cause a power cycle of the option board and the inverter.
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Type 1: ‘Out of box reset’
This service will cause a power cycle on the inverter and the option board. It will also issue a clear
all parameter command to the inverter. All settings are returned to factory default.
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A.3 Message Router (02h)
This object is not used with the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board.
Object Description
-
Supported Services
Class:
-
Instance:
-
Class Attributes
-
Instance Attributes
-
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A.4 Assembly Object (04h)
Object Description
The Assembly object uses static assemblies and holds the Process Data sent/received by the inverter.
All instances are predefined for specific drive profile parameters. If user specific process data mapping
is enabled, instances 150 and 100 are transparent and can be used for user specific process data.
See also:
•
“Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38
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“Process Data (Cyclic Data Exchange)” on page 56
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
#
1
2
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Access
Get
Get
Type
UINT
UINT
Value
0002h (Object revision)
(Highest instance number)
Instance Attributes
Instances/Connections points implement the following data attributes:
#
3
Name
Data
Access
Get/Set
Type
Array of USINT
Value
-
Description
Data produced/consumed by the option board
Consuming Instance (Output assemblies)
Instance 20 (14h) - Basic Speed Control Output
Byte
0
1
2
3
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Fault reset
Bit 1
Bit 0
Run fwd
Speed reference (Low byte)
Speed reference (High byte)
For definitions and mapping of data in this instance, see “Data Definitions, Output Assemblies” on page
64.
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Instance 21 (15h) - Extended Speed Control Output
Byte
0
1
2
3
Bit 7
Bit 6
NetRef
Bit 5
NetCtrl
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Fault reset
Bit 1
Run rev
Bit 0
Run fwd
Speed reference (Low byte)
Speed reference (High byte)
For definitions and mapping of data in this instance, see “Data Definitions, Output Assemblies” on page
64.
Instance 22 (16h) - Speed and Torque Control Output
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Fault reset
Bit 1
Bit 0
Run fwd
Speed reference (Low byte)
Speed reference (High byte)
Torque reference (Low byte)
Torque reference (High byte)
For definitions and mapping of data in this instance, see “Data Definitions, Output Assemblies” on page
64.
Instance 23 (17h) - Extended Speed and Torque Control Output
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Bit 7
Bit 6
NetRef
Bit 5
NetCtrl
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Fault reset
Bit 1
Run rev
Bit 0
Run fwd
Speed reference (Low byte)
Speed reference (High byte)
Torque reference (Low byte)
Torque reference (High byte)
For definitions and mapping of data in this instance, see “Data Definitions, Output Assemblies” on page
64.
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Instance 150 (96h) - Positioning Control/Transparent Output
This instance will be used for positioning data as default. If user specific process data mapping is enabled
in bit 0, see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38, the instance will be used for
user specific data mapping.
Using standard process data mapping the mapping will be as follows:
Byte
Bit 7
0a
1
2
3
4b
MRS
Bit 6
NetRef
RT
Bit 5
NetCtrl
RH
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 1
Run rev
Speed reference (Low byte)
Speed reference (High byte)
RM
RL
RES
5b
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Bit 2
Fault reset
Bit 0
Run fwd
AU
STOP
CS
JOG
Position reference (Low byte)
Position reference (Low middle byte)
Position reference (High middle byte)
Position reference (High byte)
Acceleration time (Low byte)
Acceleration time (Low middle byte)
Acceleration time (High middle byte)
Acceleration time (High byte)
Deceleration time (Low byte)
Deceleration time (Low middle byte)
Deceleration time (High middle byte)
Deceleration time (High byte)
a. For definitions and mapping of data in byte 0 - 3, see “Data Definitions, Output Assemblies” on page 64.
b. Bytes 4 and 5 (Run command) corresponds directly to the Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) 485 communication.
The data differs depending on VFD model. The A800 frequency inverter is used as an example. Please refer to
the section about 485 communication in the corresponding VFD manual.
With user process data mapping enabled in Option parameter 1, see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38, this instance will be used for user specific process data mapping:
Byte
0
1
...
...
Bits 7 - 0
User specific
User specific
...
...
The user specific data mapping is set using Option parameters 21 - 44, see “Option Board Parameters”
on page 35 and the description of bit 0 in “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38
for more information.
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If Prepend is enabled (see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38), the user process
data will be prepended by the assembly instance that is selected in Option parameter 19. In the example
below, Assembly instance 150 first holds the same data as Assembly instance 21 (Extended Speed Control Output), which is followed by user specific data.
Byte
Bit 7
0a
1
2
3
4
5
...
...
Bit 6
NetRef
Bit 5
NetCtrl
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Fault reset
Bit 1
Run rev
Bit 0
Run fwd
Speed reference (Low byte)
Speed reference (High byte)
User specific
User specific
...
...
a. For definitions and mapping of data in byte 0 - 3, see “Data Definitions, Output Assemblies” on page 64.
If Prepend is enabled, the control word will be present in the assembly instance. This is the only way to
exchange this information as user specific data.
Data Definitions, Output Assemblies
The following table indicates the mapping of the data in the consuming instances of the Assembly Object. Further information is found in the description of the objects, see:
•
“Control Supervisor Object (29h)” on page 75
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“AC/DC Drive Object (2Ah)” on page 77.
Name
Run rev
Run fwd
Fault reset
NetCtrl
NetRef
Speed reference
Torque reference
Object
Name
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
AC/DC Drive
AC/DC Drive
AC/DC Drive
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29h
29h
29h
2Ah
2Ah
2Ah
Instance
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Attribute
Name
No.
Run2
4
Run1
3
FaultRst
12
NetCtrl
5
NetRef
4
SpeedRef
8
TorqueRef
12
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Example, User Specific Mapping
This example shows how to define user specific data (in this case Inverter Monitor Data Parameter
#0034h)1 using prepended output.
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
...
...
Bit 7
Bit 6
NetRef
Bit 5
NetCtrl
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Fault reset
Bit 1
Run rev
Bit 0
Run fwd
Speed reference (Low byte)
Speed reference (High byte)
PID Set point (Low byte)
PID Set point (High byte)
...
...
To achieve the user specific mapping above, set the inverter parameters as follows:
1. Set parameter 514h (1300, Option parameter 1, “General Settings”) to 5 (0005h) (user data mapping is enabled and prepend output is enabled).
2. Set parameter 526h (1318, Option parameter 19) to 21, i.e. prepend assembly instance number
21, including Speed reference data.
3. Set parameter 528h (1320, Option Parameter 21), to 2034h (8244d, Monitor data #0034h + offset 2000h), which constitutes user defined read process data #1.
1.
For definitions of Monitor data parameter numbers, please consult the Instruction manual of Mitsubishi inverter drive, appendix “For
customers using HMS network options”.
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Producing Instances (Input Assemblies)
Instance 70 (46h) - Basic Speed Control Input
Byte
0
1
2
3
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Running1
Bit 1
Bit 0
Faulted
Bit 2
Running1
(Fwd)
Bit 1
Warning
Bit 0
Faulted
Speed actual (Low byte)
Speed actual (High byte)
Instance 71 (47h) - Extended Speed Control Input
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
0 At reference Ref from net Ctrl from net
1a
2
3
Bit 4
Ready
Bit 3
Running 2
(Rev)
Drive state
Speed actual (Low byte)
Speed actual (High byte)
a. For possible drive states and behavior, see “Control Supervisor Object (29h)” on page 75, instance attribute #6,
and “State Transition Diagram” on page 76.
Instance 72 (48h) - Speed and Torque Control Input
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Running1
Bit 1
Bit 0
Faulted
Bit 1
Warning
Bit 0
Faulted
Speed actual (Low byte)
Speed actual (High byte)
Torque actual (Low byte)
Torque actual (High byte)
Instance 73 (49h) - Extended Speed and Torque Control Input
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
0 At reference Ref from net Ctrl from net
1a
2
3
4
5
Bit 4
Ready
Bit 3
Running 2
(Rev)
Drive state
Bit 2
Running1
(Fwd)
Speed actual (Low byte)
Speed actual (High byte)
Torque actual (Low byte)
Torque actual (High byte)
a. For possible drive states and behavior, see “Control Supervisor Object (29h)” on page 75, instance attribute #6,
and “State Transition Diagram” on page 76.
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Instance 100 (64h) - Positioning Control/Transparent Input
This instance will be used for positioning data as default. If user specific process data mapping is enabled
in bit 0, see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38, the instance will be used for
user specific data mapping.
Using standard process mapping the mapping will be as follows:
Byte
0
1a
2
3
Bit 7
At reference
Bit 6
Bit 5
Ref from net Ctrl from net
4b
Speed actual (Low byte)
Speed actual (High byte)
SO
ABC2
5b
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Actual position (Low byte)
Actual position (Low middle byte)
Actual position (High middle byte)
Actual position (High byte)
Actual torque (Low byte)
Actual torque (High byte)
Position error (Low byte)
Position error (Low middle byte)
Position error (High middle byte)
Position error (High byte)
ABC1
Bit 4
Ready
Bit 3
Running 2
(Rev)
Drive state
FU
OL
Bit 2
Running1
(Fwd)
Bit 1
Warning
Bit 0
Faulted
IPF
SU
RUN
a. For possible drive states and behavior, see “Control Supervisor Object (29h)” on page 75, instance attribute #6,
and “State Transition Diagram” on page 76.
b. Bytes 4 and 5 (Output terminal status) indicate status of the inverter output terminal. The data differs depending
on Virtual Frequency Drive (VFD) model. The A800 frequency inverter is used as an example. Please refer to the
corresponding VFD manual.
With user process data mapping enabled in Option parameter 1, see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38, this instance will be used for user specific process data mapping:
Byte
0
1
...
...
Bits 7 - 0
User specific
User specific
...
...
The user specific data mapping is set using Option parameters 21 - 44, see “Option Board Parameters”
on page 35 and the description of bit 0 in “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38
for more information.
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If Prepend is enabled (see “Parameter 514h / Pr. 1300 (General Settings)” on page 38), the user process
data will be prepended by the assembly instance that is selected in Option parameter 20. In the example
below, Assembly instance 100 first holds the same data as Assembly instance 71 (Extended Speed Control Input), which is followed by user specific data.
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
0 At reference Ref from net Ctrl from net
1a
2
3
4
5
...
...
Bit 4
Ready
Bit 3
Running 2
(Rev)
Drive state
Bit 2
Running1
(Fwd)
Bit 1
Warning
Bit 0
Faulted
Speed actual (Low byte)
Speed actual (High byte)
User specific
User specific
...
...
a. For possible drive states and behavior, see “Control Supervisor Object (29h)” on page 75, instance attribute #6,
and “State Transition Diagram” on page 76.
If Prepend is enabled, the status word will be present in the assembly instance. This is the only way to
exchange this information as user specific data.
Data Definitions, Input Assemblies
The following table indicates the mapping of the data in the producing instances of the Assembly Object. Further information is found in the description of the objects, see:
•
“Control Supervisor Object (29h)” on page 75
•
“AC/DC Drive Object (2Ah)” on page 77.
Name
Faulted
Warning
Running1 (Fwd)
Running2 (Rev)
Ready
Ctrl from net
Ref from net
At reference
Drive state
Speed actual
Torque actual
Object
Name
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
Control Supervisor
AC/DC Drive
AC/DC Drive
Control Supervisor
AC/DC Drive
AC/DC Drive
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29h
29h
29h
29h
29h
2Ah
2Ah
29h
2Ah
2Ah
Instance
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Attribute
Name
No.
Faulted
10
Warning
11
Running1
7
Running2
8
Ready
9
CtrlFromNet
15
RefFromNet
29
AtReference
3
State
6
SpeedActual
7
TorqueActual
11
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Example, User Specific Mapping
This example shows how to define user specific data (in this case Inverter Monitor Data Parameter
#000Dh)1 using prepended output.
Byte
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
0 At reference Ref from net Ctrl from net
1
2
3
4
5
...
...
Bit 4
Ready
Bit 3
Running 2
(Rev)
Drive state
Speed actual (Low byte)
Speed actual (High byte)
Input Power (Low byte)
Input Power (High byte)
...
...
Bit 2
Running1
(Fwd)
Bit 1
Warning
Bit 0
Faulted
To achieve the user specific mapping above, set the inverter parameters as follows:
1. Set parameter 514h (1300, Option parameter 1, “General Settings”) to 9 (0009h) (user data mapping is enabled and prepend input is enabled).
2. Set parameter 527h (1319, Option parameter 20) to 71, i.e. prepend assembly instance number
71, including Speed actual data.
3. Set parameter 532h (1330, Option Parameter 31), to 200Dh (8205d, Monitor data #000Dh +
offset 2000h), which constitutes user defined write process data #1.
1.
For definitions of Monitor data parameter numbers, please consult the Instruction manual of Mitsubishi inverter drive, appendix “For
customers using HMS network options”.
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Heartbeat and Configuration Instances
Instance/Connection Point 198 (C6h)
Used as heartbeat for input only connections. Data size of the heartbeat instance in the Forward_Open
request shall be zero bytes.
#
1
Name
Data
Access
Set
Type
N/A
Description
This attribute has zero byte data size
Instance/Connection Point 199 (C7h)
Used as heartbeat for listen only connections. Data size of the heartbeat instance in the Forward_Open
request shall be zero bytes.
#
1
Name
Data
Access
Set
Type
N/A
Description
This attribute has zero byte data size
Instance/Connection Point 195 (C3h)
Used as extended heartbeat for input only connections. Data size of the heartbeat instance in the
Forward_Open request shall be zero bytes.
#
1
Name
Data
Access
Set
Type
N/A
Description
This attribute has zero byte data size
Instance/Connection Point 196 (C4h)
Used as extended heartbeat for listen only connections. Data size of the heartbeat instance in the
Forward_Open request shall be zero bytes.
#
1
Name
Data
Access
Set
Type
N/A
Description
This attribute has zero byte data size
Instance 197 (C5h)
This instance is not supported by the option board.
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A.5 Connection Manager (06h)
Object Description
This object is used to manage the characteristics of a communication connection.
See “EtherNet/IP Implementation” on page 52 for more information about connection details.
Supported Services
Class:
-
Instance:
Forward_Open
Forward_Close
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A.6 Parameter Object (0Fh)
Object Description
This object allows configuration tools such as Studio 5000, RSNetworx or NetTool to extract information about the inverter parameters and present them with their name and range to the user.
Due to limitations imposed by the CIP standard, some data types (i.e. arrays etc.) cannot be represented
through this object. In such cases, default values will be returned, see “Default Values” on page 73.
See also:
•
“Default Values” on page 73
•
“Inverter Parameter Object (A2h)” on page 81
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Get_Attributes_All
Get_Enum_String
Class Attributes
#
1
2
8
Name
Revision
Max instance
Parameter class
descriptor
9
Configuration Assembly Get
instance
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Get
Get
Get
Type
UINT
UINT
WORD
UINT
Value
0001h (Revision of the object)
Maximum created instance number
Default: 000Bh
Bit:Contents:
0 Supports parameter instances (1)
1 Supports full attributes (1)
2 Must do non-volatile storage save command (0)
3 Parameters are stored in non-volatile storage (1)
0000h (Configuration assembly not supported)
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Instance Attributes
#
1
Name
Parameter Value
Access
Get/Set
2
3
Link Path Size
Link Path
Get
Get
Type
Specified in
attributes 4, 5 & 6.
USINT
Packed EPATH
4
Descriptor
Get
WORD
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Data type
Data size
Parameter Name String
Units String
Help String
Minimum value
Maximum value
Default value
Scaling Multiplier
Scaling Divisor
Scaling Base
Scaling Offset
Multiplier link
Divisor Link
Base Link
Offset Link
Decimal precision
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
Get
EPATH
USINT
SHORT_STRING
SHORT_STRING
SHORT_STRING
(Data Type)
(Data Type)
(Data Type)
UINT
UINT
UINT
INT
UINT
UINT
UINT
UINT
USINT
Value
Actual value of parameter
This attribute is read-only if bit 4 of Attribute #4 is true
0007h (in bytes)
20 A2 25 nn nn 30 05h
(Path to the object from where this parameter’s value is
retrieved)
Bit:Contents:
0 Supports Settable Path (N/A)
1 Supports Enumerated Strings
2 Supports Scaling (N/A)
3 Supports Scaling Links (N/A)
4 Read only Parameter
5 Monitor Parameter (N/A)
6 Supports Extended Precision Scaling (N/A)
Data type code
Number of bytes in parameter value
Name of the parameter, truncated to 16 chars
(not supported)
Minimum value of parameter
Maximum value of parameter
Default value of parameter
0001h (not supported)
0000h (not supported)
Default Values
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Name
Parameter Value
Link Path Size
Link Path
Descriptor
Data type
Data size
Parameter Name String
Units String
Help String
Minimum value
Maximum value
Default value
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0
0
0010h
C6h
1
(reserved)
“”
“”
N/A
N/A
N/A
Comments
Size of link path in bytes.
NULL Path
Read only Parameter
USINT
0
0
0
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A.7 Motor Data Object (28h)
Object Description
This object serves as a database for motor parameters.
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
#
1
Name
Revision
Access
Get
Type
UINT
Value
0001h (Object revision)
Instance #1 Attributes
#
3
Name
MotorType
Access
Get/Set
Type
USINT
6
RatedCurrent
Get/Set
UINT
7
RatedVoltage
Get/Set
UINT
Get/Set
Get/Set
UINT
UINT
12 PoleCount
15 RatedSpeed
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Value:Type:
0 Non-standard motor
1 PM DC Motor
2 FC DC Motor
3 PM Synchronous Motor
4 FC Synchronous Motor
5 Switched Reluctance Motor
6 Wound Rotor Induction Motor
7 Squirrel Cage Induction Motor
8 Stepper Motor
9 Sinusoidal PM BL Motor
10 Trapezoidal PM BL Motor
AC Drive: Rated Stator Current
DC Drive: Rated Armature Current
Units: [100mA]
AC Drive: Rated Base Voltage
DC Drive: Rated Armature Voltage
Units: [V]
Number of poles in the motor.
Nominal speed at rated frequency from nameplate
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A.8 Control Supervisor Object (29h)
Object Description
This object models all the management functions for devices “Hierarchy of Motor Control Devices”.
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Reset
Class Attributes
#
1
Name
Revision
Access
Get
Type
UINT
Value
0001h (Object revision)
Value
Run forward
Run forward
Request Run/Stop control:
Value:Meaning:
0 Control is local
1 Controlled from network
Current state of Control supervisor, see also “State Transition Diagram” on page 76.
Value:Meaning:
0 Vendor specific
1 Startup
2 Not ready
3 Ready
4 Enabled
5 Stopping
6 Fault Stop
7 Faulted
Value:Meaning:
0 Other state
1 (Enabled and Run1) or (Stopping and Running1) or (Fault_stop
and Running2)
Value:Meaning:
0 Other state
1 (Enabled and Run1) or (Stopping and Running1) or (Fault_stop
and Running2)
Value:Meaning:
0 Other state
1 Ready, Enabled or Stopping
Value:Meaning:
0 No faults present
1 Fault occurred (latched)
Instance Attributes
#
3
4
5
Name
Run1
Run2
NetCtrl
Access
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get/Set
Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
6
State
Get
USINT
7
Running1
Get
BOOL
8
Running2
Get
BOOL
9
Ready
Get
BOOL
Get
BOOL
10 Faulted
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# Name
11 Warning
Access
Get
Type
BOOL
12 FaultRst
Get/Set
BOOL
15 CtrlFromNet
Get
BOOL
Value
Value:Meaning:
0 No warning present
1 Warning
This attribute gets set when there is a minor (recoverable or unrecoverable) event flagged in the Identity object.
Value:Meaning:
0→1 Fault Reset
1 No Action
Status of Run/Stop control source.
Value:Meaning:
0 Control is local
1 Control is from network
State Transition Diagram
The state transition diagram provides a graphical description of the states and corresponding state transitions.
Non-Existent
Switch Off
Switch On
Fault Detected
Startup
Reset
Main Power Off
Faulted
Fault Reset
Initialization Complete
Fault_Stop
Complete
Not_Ready
Fault Detected
Main Power Off
Main Power On
Fault_Stop
Ready
Stop
Complete
Run
Fault
Detected
Stopping
Stop
Enabled
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A.9 AC/DC Drive Object (2Ah)
Object Description
This object models the functions specific to an AC or DC Drive, for example speed ramp and torque
control.
Supported Services
Class
Get Attribute Single
Instance:
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single
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Class Attributes
#
1
Name
Revision
Access
Get
Type
UINT
Value
0001h (Revision of the object)
Description
Value:Meaning:
0 1 Drive actual at reference (speed or torque reference)
based on mode.
Value:Meaning:
0 Local reference
1 Reference from network
Value:Mode:
0 Vendor specific mode
1 Open loop speed
3 Torque control
Actual drive speed
Units: RPM / 2SpeedScale
Speed reference
Units: RPM / 2SpeedScale
Actual torque
Units: Nm / 2TorqueScale
Torque reference
Units: Nm / 2TorqueScale
Acceleration time
Time from 0 to HighSpdLimit
Units: ms
Deceleration time
Time from 0 to LowSpdLimit
Units: ms
Minimum speed limit
Units: RPM / 2SpeedScale
Maximum speed limit
Units: RPM / 2SpeedScale
Speed scaling factor
Torque scaling factor
Status of torque/speed reference:
Value:Status:
0 Local reference
1 Network reference
Instance attributes
#
3
Name
AtReference
Access
Get
Type
BOOL
4
NetRef
Get/Set
BOOL
6
DriveMode
Get/Set
USINT
7
SpeedActual
Get
INT
8
SpeedRef
Get/Set
INT
11 TorqueActual
Get
INT
12 TorqueRef
Get/Set
INT
18 AccelTime
Get/Set
UINT
19 DecelTime
Get/Set
UINT
20 LowSpdLimit
Get/Set
UINT
21 HighSpdLimit
Get/Set
UINT
22 SpeedScale
24 TorqueScale
29 RefFromNet
Get/Set
Get/Set
Get
SINT
SINT
BOOL
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A.10 DLR Object (47h)
Object Description
-
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Get_Attributes_All
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
#
1
Name
Revision
Access
Get
Type
UINT
Value
0002h (Object revision)
Instance #1 Attributes
#
1
Name
Access
Network Topol- Get
ogy
2
Network Status Get
10 Active
Get
Supervisor
Address
12 Capability Flags Get
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USINT
Value
Bit:Contents:
0 “Linear”
1 “Ring”
USINT
Bit:Contents:
0 “Normal”
1 “Ring Fault”
2 “Unexpected Loop Detected”
3 “Partial Network Fault”
4 “Rapid Fault/Restore Cycle”
Struct of:
This attribute holds the IP address (IPv4) and/or the Ethernet Mac
{UDINT, Array of address of the active ring supervisor
8 USINTs}
DWORD
01h (Announce-based ring node)
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A.11 QoS Object (48h)
Object Description
-
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Get_Attributes_All
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
#
1
Name
Revision
Access
Get
Type
UINT
Value
0001h (Object revision)
Value
Enables or disables sending 802.1Q frames.
Bit:Contents:
0 Disabled (Default)
1 Enabled
CIP transport class 1 messages with priority Urgent
Default: 55
CIP transport class 1 messages with priority Scheduled
Default: 47
CIP transport class 1 messages with priority High
Default: 43
CIP transport class 1 messages with priority Low
Default: 31
CIP UCMM and CIP class 3
Default: 27
Instance Attributes
#
1
Name
802.1Q Tag
Enable
Access
Get/Set
Type
USINT
4
DSCP Urgent
Get/Set
USINT
5
Get/Set
USINT
6
DSCP
Scheduled
DSCP High
Get/Set
USINT
7
DSCP Low
Get/Set
USINT
8
DSCP Explicit
Get/Set
USINT
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A.12 Inverter Parameter Object (A2h)
Object Description
This object is used to present the inverter parameters on EtherNet/IP.
The signal numbers of the inverter parameters do not correspond directly to the instance numbers that
are used on EtherNet/IP to access the parameters.
See also:
•
“Parameter Object (0Fh)” on page 72 (CIP Object)
•
“Translation of Parameter Numbers” on page 91
Supported Services
Class:
Get_Attribute_Single
Instance:
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
#
1
2
Name
Revision
Max Instance
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Get
Get
Type
UINT
UINT
Value
Object revision (Current value = 0001h)
Value is equal to highest instance number.
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Instances Attributes
Each instance corresponds to a drive profile parameter accessible from the inverter.
#
1
2
3
4
Name
Name
Data type
No. of elements
Descriptor
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
Type
SHORT_STRING
USINT
USINT
USINT
5
Valuea
Get/Set
Determined by
attribute #2
Description
Parameter name (Including length)
Data type of instance value
Number of elements of the specified data type
Bit field describing the access rights for this instance
Bit:Meaning:
0 Set = Read Access
1 Set = Write Access
Instance value
6
a
Max value
Get
7
Min valuea
Get
The minimum permitted parameter value.
8
Default valuea
Get
The default parameter value.
The maximum permitted parameter value.
a. Converted to/from CIP standard by the option board.
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A.13 TCP/IP Interface Object (F5h)
Object Description
The object groups TCP/IP-related settings. See also:
•
“IP Functionality” on page 41
Supported Services
Class services:
Get_Attribute_All
Get_Attribute_Single
Instance services:
Get_Attribute_All
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Class Attributes
#
1
Access
Get
Name
Revision
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UINT
Value
0003h
Description
Revision 3
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Instance Attributes
Extended
#
1
Access
Get
Name
Status
2
Get
Configuration
Capability
3
Get/Set
Configuration
Control
4
Get
Physical Link
Object
5
Get/Set
Interface
Configuration
6
7
8
9
Get/Set Host Name
(not used)
Get/Set TTL Value
Get/Set Mcast Config
Alloc Control
10 Get/Set
Type
DWORD
Value
-
USINT
Struct of:
USINT
1
0
(reserved)
Num Mcast
USINT
UINT
0
1
Mcast Start
Addr
SelectAcd
UDINT
-
Bool
1
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Bit #: Meaning:
0-3:
When set to 1h, attribute #5 contains valid
configuration from DHCP or non-volatile
storage. When set to 2h, attribute #5 contains valid configuration from hardware
settings. Remaining values are reserved
for future use.
4:
Multicast pending if set to 1
5:
(reserved, set to 0)
6:
AcdStatus. Set to 1 if an address conflict is
detected. Address conflict detection is
enabled/disabled in attribute #10.
7 - 31: (reserved, set to 0)
DWORD
0000 0086h The device is capable of resolving host names by
- or querying a DNS server, obtaining its network con0000 0096h figuration via DHCP. The device is ACD capable. If
bit 4 is 1, the configuration can be set from the network, if bit 4 is 0, the configuration can not be set
from the network.
DWORD
Value: Meaning:
0:
Configuration from non-volatile memory
2:
Configuration from DHCP
Struct of:
UINT (Path size) 0002h
2 words
Padded EPATH
20 F6 24 03h Path to Ethernet Link Object, Instance #1
Struct of:
UDINT (IP)
IP address
UDINT (Mask)
Subnet mask
UDINT (GW)
Default gateway
UDINT (DNS1)
Primary DNS
UDINT (DNS2)
Secondary DNS
STRING (Domain)
Default domain
STRING
Host name of option board
TTL value for EtherNet/IP multicast packets
IP multicast address configuration
Value: Meaning:
0:
Use default allocation algorithm to generate multicast addresses
1:
Allocate multicast addresses according to
the values in the ‘Num Mcast’- and ‘Mcast
Start Addr’-fields.
Set to zero. Do not change.
Number of multicast addresses to allocate for EtherNet/IP
Starting multicast address from which to begin allocation
Value: Meaning:
0:
Disable ACD
1:
Enable ACD (Default)
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# Access
11 Get/Set
Name
LastConflictDetected
AcdActiviity
RemoteMAC
ArpPdu
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Struct of:
Value
Comments
ACD Diagnostic parameters
USINT
ARRAY of 6 USINT ARRAY of 28 USINT 1-
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A.14 Ethernet Link Object (F6h)
Object Description
This object groups diagnostic information for the Ethernet interface.
Supported Services
Class services:
Get_Attribute_All
Get_Attribute_Single
Instance services:
Get_Attribute_All
Get_Attribute_Single
Set_Attribute_Single
Get_And_Clear
Class Attributes
#
1
2
3
Access
Get
Get
Get
Name
Revision
Max Instance
Number of
instances
Type
UINT
UINT
UINT
Value
3
3
3
Comments
Revision 3
Instance 3 is the max instance
3 instances
Name
Interface Speed
Interface Flags
Physical Address
Interface Counters
In Octets
In Ucast Packets
In NUcast Packets
In Discards
In Errors
Type
UDINT
DWORD
Array of 6 USINTS
Struct of:
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
Value
10 or 100
(MAC ID)
Comments
Actual ethernet interface speed
See “Interface Flags” on page 88.
The assigned MAC address
-
In UnknownProtos
Out Octets
Out Ucast Packets
Out NUcast Packets
Out Discards
Out Errors
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
UDINT
-
Octets received on the interface
Unicast packets received on the interface
Non-unicast packets received on the interface
Inbound packets with unknown protocol
Inbound errors that contain errors (does not
include In Discards)
Inbound packets with unknown protocol
Octets sent on the interface
Unicast packets sent on the interface
Non-unicast packets sent on the interface
Outbound packets with unknown protocol
Outbound errors that contain errors (does not
include Out Discards)
Instance Attributes
Extended
#
1
2
3
4
Access
Get
Get
Get
Get
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#
5
6
7
10
Access
Get
Name
Media Counters
Alignment Errors
Type
Struct of:
UDINT
Value
-
FCS Errors
UDINT
-
Single Collisions
UDINT
-
Multiple Collisions
UDINT
-
SQE Test Errors
UDINT
0
Deferred Transmis- UDINT
sions
Late Collisions
UDINT
-
Excessive Collisions UDINT
-
MAC Transmit
errors
Carrier Sense
Errors
UDINT
-
UDINT
-
Frame Too Long
UDINT
-
MAC Receive Errors UDINT
-
Get/Seta Interface Control
Control Bits
Forced Interface
Speed
Struct:
WORD
UINT
-
Get
Get
USINT
SHORT_STRING
-
Interface Type
Interface Label
Comments
Media-specific counters
Frames received that are not an integral
number of octets in length
Frames received that do not pass the FCS
check
Successfully transmitted frames which experienced exactly one collision
Successfully transmitted frames which experienced more than one collision
Number of times SQE test error message is
generated (not provided with current PHY
interface)
Frames for which first transmission attempt is
delayed because the medium is busy
Number of times a collision is detected later
than 512 bit-times into the transmission of a
packet
Frames for which a transmission fails due to
excessive collisions
Frames for which transmission fails due to an
internal MAC sublayer receive error
Times that the carrier sense condition was lost
or never asserted when attempted to transmit
a frame
Frames received that exceed the maximum
permitted frame size
Frames for which reception on an interface
fails du to an internal MAC sublayer receive
error
Interface control bits
Speed at which the interface shall be forced to
operate. Returns ‘Object state Conflict’ if autonegotiation is enabled.
See “Interface Type” on page 88
See “Interface Label” on page 88
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Interface Flags
Bit
0
Name
Link status
Description
Indicates whether or not the Ethernet 802.3 communications interface is connected to an active network.
Value:Meaning:
0 Inactive link
1 Active link
1
Half/full duplex
Indicates the duplex mode currently in use.
Value:Meaning:
0 Half duplex
1 Full duplex
2 - 4 Negotiation Status
Indicates the status of link auto-negotiation
Value:Meaning:
0 Auto-negotiation in progress.
1 Auto-negotiation and speed detection failed (using default values)
2 Auto negotiation failed but detected speed (using default duplex value)
3 Successfully negotiated speed and duplex.
4 Auto-negotiation not attempted. Forced speed and duplex.
5
Manual Setting requires Reset Value:Meaning:
0 Interface can activate changes to link parameters during runtime
1 Reset is required in order for changes to have effect
6
Local Hardware Fault
Value:Meaning:
0 No local hardware fault detected
1 Local hardware fault detected
7-31 (reserved)
(ignore)
Interface Type
Instance
1
2
3
Value
2
2
1
Description
Twisted-pair
Twisted-pair
Internal interface
Interface Label
Instance
1
2
3
Value
Port 1
Port 2
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Appendix B
B. Diagnostics
Faults, generated in the inverter, are represented by the fault codes below. Any fault will be represented
as a major recoverable fault in the Identity object (CIP), see “Identity Object (01h)” on page 58. Also
the fault bit in the status word in the input assemblies will be set, see “Assembly Object (04h)” on page
61. The actual fault code of the latest active fault can be accessed, using the Inverter Parameter Object
(A2h), instance no. 2054h, to access monitor data parameter no. 054h (see “Inverter Parameter Object
(A2h)” on page 81)
Inverter Fault Code
10h
11h
12h
20h
21h
22h
30h
31h
40h
50h
52h
60h
70h
80h
81h
90h
91h
A0h
A1h
A2h
A3h
B0h
B1h
B2h
B3h
C0h
C1h
C2h
C4h
C5h
C6h
C7h
C8h
C9h
D0h
D1h
D2h
D3h
D5h
D6h
D7h
Inverter Fault Name
E.OC1
E.OC2
E.OC3
E.OV1
E.OV2
E.OV3
E.THT
E.THM
E.FIN
E.IPF
E.ILF
E.OLT
E.BE
E.GF
E.LF
E.OHT
E.PTC
E.OPT
E.OP1
E.OP2
E.OP3
E.PE
E.PUE
E.RET
E.PE2
E.CPU
E.CTE
E.P24
E.CDO
E.IOH
E.SER
E.AIE
E.USB
E.SAF
E.OS
E.OSD
E.ECT
E.OD
E.MB1
E.MB2
E.MB3
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Inverter Description
OC During Acc
Steady spd OC
OC During Dec
OV During Acc
Steady spd OV
OV During Dec
Inv. Ovrload
Motor Ovrload
H/Sink O/Temp
Inst. Pwr. Loss
Input phase loss
Stall Prev STP
Br. Cct. Fault
Ground Fault
Output phase loss
OH Fault
PTC Activated
Option fault
Option1 fault
Option2 fault
Option3 fault
Corrupt memory
PU Leave out
Retry No Over
PR Storage Alarm
CPU Fault
PU Short cct
24VDC short cct
OC Detect level
Inrush overheat
VFD Comm error
Analog in error
USB Comm error
Safety cct fault
Overspeed
Excess spd deviation
Enc. Signal loss
Excess pos fault
Brake seq fault
Brake seq fault
Brake seq fault
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Inverter Fault Code
D8h
D9h
DAh
DBh
DCh
F1h
F2h
F3h
F5h
F6h
F7h
FBh
FDh
51h
Inverter Fault Name
E.MB4
E.MB5
E.MB6
E.MB7
E.EP
E.1
E.2
E.3
E.5
E.6
E.7
E.11
E.13
E.UVT
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Brake seq fault
Brake seq fault
Brake seq fault
Brake seq fault
Enc. Phase Fault
Fault 1 (opt slot 1)
Fault 2 (opt slot 2)
Fault 3 (opt slot 3)
Fault 5
Fault 6
Fault 7
Fault 11
Fault 13
Under Voltage
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Appendix C
C. Translation of Parameter Numbers
Parameter numbers used in the inverter do not directly translate to the numbers of the instances of the
Inverter Parameter Object used on EtherNet/IP. An offset is added according to the table below.
Every parameter number corresponds to 16 bits. A 32-bit parameter e.g., occupies two numbers, but is
addressed by the lower number only.
Name
DriveControlMaskWrite
DriveControl
DriveStatus
SetpointSpeed
CommandSpeed
ActualSpeed
SpeedScaleNumerator
SpeedScaleDenominator
RatedSpeed
PoleCount
RatedCurrent
RatedVoltage
MotorType
DriveModea
SupportedModes
Inverter Parameter
No. (hex)
400
402
403
405
406
407
408
40A
40C
40D
40E
410
411
412
AccelerationDeltaSpeeda
413
415
AccelerationDeltaTimea
417
DecelerationDeltaSpeed/a
419
DecelerationDeltaTimea
41B
QuickDecelerationDeltaSpeed
QuickDecelerationDeltaTime
MaxSpeed
MinSpeed
TargetTorque
ActualTorque
TorqueSlope
TorqueProfileType
RatedTorque
TorqueScaleNumerator
TorqueScaleDenominator
DisableOptionCode
ShutdownOptionCode
41D
41F
421
423
425
426
427
429
42A
42C
42E
430
431
Offset
(hex)
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3800
3000
3000
3800
3000
3800
3000
3800
3000
3800
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Instance no. (Parameter
No. + Offset, hex)
3400
3402
3403
3405
3406
3407
3408
340A
340C
340D
340E
3410
3411
3412
3C12
3413
3415
3C15
3417
3C17
3419
3C19
341B
3C1B
341D
341F
3421
3423
3425
3426
3427
3429
342A
342C
342E
3430
3341
Acyclic Data
Exchange
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cyclic Data
Exchange
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
a. These parameters can either be accessed (as acyclic data) as an array, with offset 3000h, or each entry in the array
can be accessed as a separate parameter with offset 3800h (as acyclic and/or cyclic data).
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Appendix D
D. Connection Names
The table below gives the corresponding assembly name and connection type to each connection name
in the EDS. The connection types are described in “Class 1 Connections” on page 52. Please note that
the EDS connection names may be changed by the user, making this table obsolete.
Connection namea
Basic Speed Control
Input Only - Basic Speed
Control
Listen Only - Basic Speed
Control
Input Only Ext - Basic Speed
Control
Listen Only Ext - Basic
Speed Control
Extended Speed Control
Input Only - Extended Speed
Control
Listen Only - Extended
Speed Control
Input Only Ext - Extended
Speed Control
Listen Only Ext - Extended
Speed Control
Speed and Torque Control
Input Only - Speed and
Torque Control
Listen Only - Speed and
Torque Control
Input Only Ext - Speed and
Torque Control
Listen Only Ext - Speed and
Torque Control
Extended Speed and Torque
Control
Input Only - Extended Speed
and Torque Control
Listen Only - Extended
Speed and Torque Control
Input Only Ext - Extended
Speed and Torque Control
Listen Only Ext - Extended
Speed and Torque Control
Exclusive Owner
Consuming Assembly Nameb
Instance 20 (14h) - Basic
Speed Control Output
N/A
Producing Assembly Namec
Instance 70 (46h) - Basic
Speed Control Input
Instance 70 (46h) - Basic
Speed Control Input
N/A
Instance 70 (46h) - Basic
Speed Control Input
N/A
Instance 70 (46h) - Basic
Speed Control Input
N/A
Instance 70 (46h) - Basic
Speed Control Input
Instance 21 (15h) - Extended Instance 71 (47h) - Extended
Speed Control Output
Speed Control Input
N/A
Instance 71 (47h) - Extended
Speed Control Input
N/A
Instance 71 (47h) - Extended
Speed Control Input
N/A
Instance 71 (47h) - Extended
Speed Control Input
N/A
Instance 71 (47h) - Extended
Speed Control Input
Instance 22 (16h) - Speed and Instance 72 (48h) - Speed and
Torque Control Output
Torque Control Input
N/A
Instance 72 (48h) - Speed and
Torque Control Input
N/A
Instance 72 (48h) - Speed and
Torque Control Input
N/A
Instance 72 (48h) - Speed and
Torque Control Input
N/A
Instance 72 (48h) - Speed and
Torque Control Input
Instance 23 (17h) - Extended Instance 72 (49h) - Extended
Speed and Torque Control Out- Speed and Torque Control
put.
Input.
N/A
Instance 72 (49h) - Extended
Speed and Torque Control
Input.
N/A
Instance 72 (49h) - Extended
Speed and Torque Control
Input.
N/A
Instance 72 (49h) - Extended
Speed and Torque Control
Input.
N/A
Instance 72 (49h) - Extended
Speed and Torque Control
Input.
Instance 150 (96h) - Positioning Instance 100 (64h) - Positioning
Control/Transparent Output
Control/Transparent Input
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Connection Typed
Exclusive Owner
Input Only
Listen Only
Input Only Extended
Listen Only Extended
Exclusive Owner
Input Only
Listen Only
Input Only Extended
Listen Only Extended
Exclusive Owner
Input Only
Listen Only
Input Only Extended
Listen Only Extended
Exclusive Owner
Input Only
Listen Only
Input Only Extended
Listen Only Extended
Exclusive Owner
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Connection namea
Input Only
Listen Only
Input Only Ext
Listen Only Ext
Consuming Assembly Nameb Producing Assembly Namec
N/A
Instance 100 (64h) - Positioning
Control/Transparent Input
N/A
Instance 100 (64h) - Positioning
Control/Transparent Input
N/A
Instance 100 (64h) - Positioning
Control/Transparent Input
N/A
Instance 100 (64h) - Positioning
Control/Transparent Input
Connection Typed
Input Only
Listen Only
Input Only Extended
Listen Only Extended
a. The connection names listed here are used in the standard EDS file, that can be downloaded. For download, see
“Download” on page 9.
b. See “Consuming Instance (Output assemblies)” on page 61.
c. See “Producing Instances (Input Assemblies)” on page 66.
d. See “Class 1 Connections” on page 52.
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Appendix E
E. HICP (Host IP Configuration Protocol)
E.1 General
The option board supports the HICP protocol used by the Anybus IPconfig utility for changing settings,
e.g. IP address, Subnet mask, and enable/disable DHCP. Anybus IPconfig can be downloaded free of
charge from the HMS website, www.anybus.com. This utility may be used to access the network settings
of any Anybus product connected to the network via UDP port 3250.
E.2 Operation
Upon starting the program, the network is scanned for Anybus products. The network can be rescanned at any time by clicking ‘Scan’.
To alter the network settings of the option board,
double-click on its entry in the list. A window will appear, containing the settings for the option board.
Validate the new settings by clicking ‘Set’, or click
‘Cancel’ to cancel all changes.
Optionally, the configuration can be protected from
unauthorized access by a password. To enter a password, click on the ‘Change password’ checkbox, and
enter the password under ‘New password’.
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Appendix F
F. Troubleshooting
When a fault occurs where the inverter trips itself and the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option Board,
check the inverter's operation panel and the LED indications on the A8NEIP_2P EtherNet/IP Option
Board. Consult the checkpoints in the table below to identify the cause, and take appropriate countermeasures.
This table needs to be completed by ME!!!
Operation
Panel Display
on the Drive
0.00E
LED indications
on A8NEIP_2P Possible Cause
Option board
No LED lit
E.OPn
LEDs lit
LEDs lit
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Appendix G
G. Copyright Notices
This product includes software developed by Carnegie Mellon, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of California, and RSA Data Security:
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Copyright 1986 by Carnegie Mellon.
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Copyright 1983,1984,1985 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Copyright (c) 1988 Stephen Deering.
Copyright (c) 1982, 1985, 1986, 1992, 1993
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by Stephen Deering of Stanford University.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
•
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
•
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
•
Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' ANDANY EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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Copyright (C) 1990-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. All rights reserved.
License to copy and use this software is granted provided that it is identified as the "RSA Data Security, Inc. MD4
Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning or referencing this software or this function.
License is also granted to make and use derivative works provided that such works are identified as "derived from
the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD4 Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning or referencing the derived
work.
RSA Data Security, Inc. makes no representations concerning either the merchantability of this software or the
suitability of this software for any particular purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty of
any kind.
These notices must be retained in any copies of any part of this documentation and/or software.
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Copyright (C) 1991-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. Created 1991. All rights reserved.
License to copy and use this software is granted provided that it is identified as the "RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5
Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning or referencing this software or this function.
License is also granted to make and use derivative works provided that such works are identified as "derived from
the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning or referencing the derived
work.
RSA Data Security, Inc. makes no representations concerning either the merchantability of this software or the
suitability of this software for any particular purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty of
any kind.
These notices must be retained in any copies of any part of this documentation and/or software.
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