Handbuch Manual Manuel Cube67 BN-P

Handbuch Manual Manuel Cube67 BN-P
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Publisher's Note
User Manual for 56 501 Cube67 BN-P (Article Number: 56 501)
- for use with SW status 3 -
Version 4.4
Edition 07_11 EN
Article Number 56980
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About the User Manual and its Structure
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Table of Contents
Publisher's Note ....................................................................................................................................... 1
Service and Support ................................................................................................................................ 2
About the User Manual and its Structure ................................................................................................. 3
Table of Contents..................................................................................................................................... 5
1. Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................................. 18
1.1 Explanation of Symbols ................................................................................................................ 18
1.1.1 Use of Attention Signs ........................................................................................................... 18
1.1.2 Hazard Warnings ................................................................................................................... 18
1.1.3 Use of Numbering in Illustrations........................................................................................... 18
1.1.4 Use of Handling Instructions.................................................................................................. 19
1.1.5 Use of Footnotes ................................................................................................................... 19
1.2 Designated Use ............................................................................................................................ 20
1.3 Qualified Personnel ...................................................................................................................... 22
2. Configuration Information .................................................................................................................. 23
2.1 Cube67 in a ProfiBus-DP Network ............................................................................................... 23
2.1.1 Components .......................................................................................................................... 23
2.1.1.1 ProfiBus Cables .............................................................................................................. 24
2.1.2 General Information for Planning a ProfiBus Network .......................................................... 24
2.1.3 Topology ................................................................................................................................ 25
2.1.4 Termination of ProfiBus segments ........................................................................................ 25
2.1.5 Baud Rate .............................................................................................................................. 26
2.1.6 Address.................................................................................................................................. 26
2.1.7 Stub Lines .............................................................................................................................. 26
2.1.8 Installation Guideline ............................................................................................................. 26
3. Assembly and Wiring ......................................................................................................................... 27
3.1 How to Connect the ProfiBus ....................................................................................................... 28
3.2 Connecting the Terminating Resistors ......................................................................................... 29
4. Setup: ................................................................................................................................................. 30
4.1 GSD File ....................................................................................................................................... 30
4.1.1.1 Operating a Bus Node SW version 1 with Latest GSD File ............................................ 30
4.2 Assigning and Setting the ProfiBus Address ............................................................................... 31
4.3 Configuration ................................................................................................................................ 32
4.3.1 Placeholder ............................................................................................................................ 33
4.3.2 Replacing DI Modules by DIO Modules ................................................................................ 34
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4.3.3 Configuration Examples ........................................................................................................ 35
4.3.3.1 Configuration of Compact Modules ................................................................................ 35
4.3.3.2 Configuration with Placeholders ..................................................................................... 36
4.3.3.3 Configuration with Extension Modules ............................................................................ 38
4.3.3.4 Configuration with Preconfigured Modules ..................................................................... 39
4.3.3.5 Manual Assembly of a Configuration String.................................................................... 40
4.3.3.6 Setup of Part Configurations ........................................................................................... 42
4.4 Parameterization .......................................................................................................................... 43
4.4.1 Parameter Message .............................................................................................................. 44
4.4.1.1 Structure of the Standard Specific Parameters (Bytes 0 to 6) ........................................ 44
4.4.1.2 User Parameters ............................................................................................................. 46
4.4.2 Preconfigured Moduels .......................................................................................................... 47
4.5 Step by Step: Setup ..................................................................................................................... 48
4.5.1 Mechanical Structure ............................................................................................................. 48
4.5.1.1 Mounting the Cap of the Bus Node ................................................................................. 48
4.5.1.2 Interconnection of System Components ......................................................................... 49
4.5.2 Configuration with S7 Hardware Manager ............................................................................ 50
5. Diagnostics ........................................................................................................................................ 54
5.1 Behavior in Case of Interrupted Communication ......................................................................... 54
5.2 Cube20 LED displays ................................................................................................................... 55
5.2.1 Significance of the Status of the "Power" LED ...................................................................... 55
5.2.1.1 Behavior of the Power LED of the Cube20 BN-C DIO8 Art.No.: 56 450 ........................ 56
5.2.1.2 Behavior of the Power Led of Cube20 I/O Modules ....................................................... 56
5.2.2 Signification of the "US" LED ................................................................................................. 57
5.2.3 Displays for Supply Voltage at the Terminals of All Modules ................................................ 58
5.2.3.1 Module Supply ................................................................................................................ 58
5.2.3.2 Periphery Supply............................................................................................................. 58
5.2.4 Signal Logic State and LED Behavior ................................................................................... 59
5.2.4.1 Digital modules ............................................................................................................... 59
5.2.4.2 Analog Modules .............................................................................................................. 60
5.3 Cube67 LED Displays .................................................................................................................. 62
5.3.1 General Information ............................................................................................................... 62
5.3.2 Bus node................................................................................................................................ 62
5.3.2.1 Bus Node Response to Faulty Supply Voltage ............................................................... 64
5.3.3 Displays of Digital I/O Modules.............................................................................................. 65
5.3.3.1 LED Displays of Digital I/O Modules ............................................................................... 65
5.3.3.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response ....................... 68
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5.3.4 Displays of Counter Modules................................................................................................. 70
5.3.4.1 LED Displays of Counter Modules .................................................................................. 70
5.3.4.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response ....................... 72
5.3.5 Displays of RS485 – Modules ............................................................................................... 73
5.3.5.1 LED Displays of RS485 - Modules ................................................................................. 73
5.3.5.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response ....................... 75
5.3.6 Displays of Logic – Modules .................................................................................................. 77
5.3.6.1 LED displays of Logic Modules ....................................................................................... 77
5.3.6.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response ....................... 80
5.3.7 Displays of the analog I/O – Modules .................................................................................... 81
5.3.7.1 Bus IN – LED Display ..................................................................................................... 81
5.3.7.2 M12 Sockets – LED Diagnostic Display ......................................................................... 81
5.3.8 Displays on Power Distributor ............................................................................................... 83
5.3.9 Displays on the Valve DO16/DO8 and Cable DIO8 .............................................................. 84
5.3.9.1 Bus IN – LED display ...................................................................................................... 84
5.3.9.2 DIAG – LED display ........................................................................................................ 84
5.3.10 Displays Valve DO16 C K3.................................................................................................. 85
5.4 Diagnosis via ProfiBus ................................................................................................................. 87
5.4.1 Diagnosis Overflow ................................................................................................................ 89
5.4.2 Structure of a Diagnostic Message ....................................................................................... 90
5.4.2.1 Byte 0 bis 5 : Standard Diagnostic Information .............................................................. 90
5.4.2.2 Station-related Diagnostic Byte 6 to 25 .......................................................................... 92
5.4.2.3 ID-related diagnostic bytes 26 to 28 ............................................................................. 102
5.4.2.4 Channel-related diagnostic byte 29 to 31 and following ............................................... 103
5.5 Evaluation of the Diagnostic Messages in the PLC ................................................................... 105
5.6 Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................................... 105
5.6.1 Troubleshooting in a ProfiBus Network ............................................................................... 106
5.6.2 Troubleshooting in the Internal System Connection ........................................................... 107
5.7 Diagnostic and Configuration Check .......................................................................................... 109
5.7.1 General Information ............................................................................................................. 109
5.7.2 ProfiBus-Diagnostic ............................................................................................................. 110
5.7.3 Examples ............................................................................................................................. 111
6. Module ............................................................................................................................................. 114
6.1 Cube67 BN-P – Art.Nr. 56501.................................................................................................... 114
6.2 Cube67 BN-P – Art.Nr. 56531.................................................................................................... 116
6.3 Cube20 Modules on Cube67 BN-P ............................................................................................ 118
6.3.1 Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art. No. 56 450 ................................................................................ 118
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6.3.1.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 118
6.3.1.2 Bit assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 118
6.3.1.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 119
6.3.1.4 Function Channel X2 00…03 and X3 00…03............................................................... 119
6.3.2 Bit Assignment of the Parameter Bytes ............................................................................... 119
6.3.3 Cube20 DI32 Art.-No.: 56112 .............................................................................................. 120
6.3.3.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 120
6.3.3.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes ......................................................... 120
6.3.3.3 bit assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM.................................................................. 120
6.3.4 Cube20 DO16 Art. No.: 56117 ............................................................................................ 121
6.3.4.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 121
6.3.4.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes ......................................................... 121
6.3.4.3 Bit assignment I/O – Data – Output Data ODM ............................................................ 121
6.3.5 Cube20 DO32 Art.-No.: 56118 ............................................................................................ 121
6.3.5.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 121
6.3.5.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes ......................................................... 122
6.3.5.3 Bit assignment I/O – Data – Output Data ODM ............................................................ 122
6.3.6 Cube20 DI16 DO16 Art.-No.: 56168 ................................................................................... 122
6.3.6.1 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes ......................................................... 122
6.3.6.2 Bit assignment I/O - Data .............................................................................................. 122
6.3.7 Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200 / 56201 ............................................................................. 123
6.3.7.1 Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56200 ........................................................... 123
6.3.7.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56200 ...... 123
6.3.7.3 Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56201 ........................................................... 125
6.3.7.4 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56201 ...... 125
6.3.7.5 Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200 / 56201
.................................................................................................................................................. 127
6.3.7.6 Representation of analog values of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200 / 56201 ............. 128
6.3.8 Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221........................................................................... 131
6.3.8.1 Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56220 .......................................................... 131
6.3.8.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56220 .... 131
6.3.8.3 Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56221 .......................................................... 132
6.3.8.4 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I Art. No.: 56221 .... 132
6.3.8.5 Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221
.................................................................................................................................................. 133
6.3.8.6 Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221 ........... 134
6.3.9 Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230 ........................................................................................ 136
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6.3.9.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 136
6.3.9.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes ......................................................... 136
6.3.9.3 Binary Representation of Analog Data ......................................................................... 137
6.3.9.4 Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230 ....................... 138
6.3.10 Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 ........................................................................................ 141
6.3.10.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 141
6.3.10.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes ....................................................... 141
6.3.10.3 Binary Representation of Analog Data ....................................................................... 142
6.3.10.4 Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240 ........................ 143
6.4 Cube67 Digital I/O Modules ....................................................................................................... 149
6.4.1 DIO16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56600 ......................................................................................... 150
6.4.1.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 150
6.4.1.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 150
6.4.1.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 150
6.4.1.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 151
6.4.1.5 Bit Assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 151
6.4.2 DIO16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56601xx ...................................................................................... 152
6.4.2.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 152
6.4.2.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 153
6.4.2.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 153
6.4.2.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 154
6.4.2.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 154
6.4.3 DI16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56602 ............................................................................................ 155
6.4.3.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 155
6.4.3.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 155
6.4.3.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 155
6.4.3.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 156
6.4.3.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 157
6.4.4 DI16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56603xx ......................................................................................... 158
6.4.4.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 158
6.4.4.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 158
6.4.4.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 158
6.4.4.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 159
6.4.4.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 159
6.4.5 DO12 E 6xM12 K3 – Art.Nr. 56605 ..................................................................................... 160
6.4.5.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 160
6.4.5.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 160
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6.4.5.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 160
6.4.6 DI16 E 8xM12 NPN – Art.Nr. 56606 .................................................................................... 161
6.4.6.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 161
6.4.6.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 161
6.4.6.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 161
6.4.6.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 162
6.4.6.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 162
6.4.7 DIO8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56610 .......................................................................................... 163
6.4.7.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 163
6.4.7.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 163
6.4.7.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 164
6.4.7.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 164
6.4.7.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 165
6.4.8 DIO8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56611xx ....................................................................................... 165
6.4.8.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 165
6.4.8.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 166
6.4.8.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 166
6.4.8.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 167
6.4.8.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 167
6.4.9 DI8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56612 ............................................................................................. 168
6.4.9.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 168
6.4.9.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ............................................................................................. 168
6.4.9.3 Parameterization ........................................................................................................... 168
6.4.9.4 Parameterbytes ............................................................................................................. 169
6.4.9.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 169
6.4.10 DI8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56613............................................................................................ 170
6.4.10.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 170
6.4.10.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 170
6.4.10.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 170
6.4.10.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 171
6.4.10.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 171
6.4.11 DI8 E 4xM12 NPN – Art.No. 56616 ................................................................................... 171
6.4.11.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 171
6.4.11.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 172
6.4.11.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 172
6.4.11.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 173
6.4.11.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 173
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6.4.12 DIO8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56620 .......................................................................................... 174
6.4.12.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 174
6.4.12.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 174
6.4.12.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 174
6.4.12.4 Paramete rbytes .......................................................................................................... 175
6.4.12.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 175
6.4.13 DIO8 E 8xM8 – ArtNr. 56621xx ......................................................................................... 175
6.4.13.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 175
6.4.13.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 176
6.4.13.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 176
6.4.13.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 176
6.4.13.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 177
6.4.14 DI8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56622 ............................................................................................. 177
6.4.14.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 177
6.4.14.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 177
6.4.14.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 178
6.4.14.4 Parameterbytes ........................................................................................................... 178
6.4.14.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 178
6.4.15 DI8 E 8xM8 – Art.No. 56623.............................................................................................. 179
6.4.15.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 179
6.4.15.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 179
6.4.15.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 179
6.4.15.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 180
6.4.15.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 180
6.4.16 DI8 E 8xM8 NPN – Art.No. 56626 ..................................................................................... 180
6.4.16.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 180
6.4.16.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 181
6.4.16.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 181
6.4.16.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 181
6.4.16.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 182
6.4.17 DIO8 E 4xM12 1A – Art.No. 56631 ................................................................................... 182
6.4.17.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 182
6.4.17.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data ........................................................................................... 182
6.4.17.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 183
6.4.17.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 183
6.4.17.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 184
6.4.18 DIO16 C 8xM12 1,6A – Art.No. 56640 .............................................................................. 184
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6.4.18.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 184
6.4.18.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 184
6.4.18.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 185
6.4.18.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 185
6.4.18.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 186
6.4.19 DIO16 DO16 E 16xM12 (1,6/2A) – Art.No. 56641 ............................................................ 187
6.4.19.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 187
6.4.19.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 187
6.4.19.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 188
6.4.19.4 Paramete rbytes .......................................................................................................... 188
6.4.19.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 189
6.4.20 DO16 C Valve K3 – Art.No. 56650 .................................................................................... 190
6.4.20.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 190
6.4.20.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 190
6.4.20.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 190
6.4.21 DO8 C Valve CPV(9) K3 – Art. No. 5665003 .................................................................... 191
6.4.21.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 191
6.4.21.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 191
6.4.21.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 191
6.4.22 DO16 E Valve – Art.No. 56651xx ...................................................................................... 192
6.4.22.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 192
6.4.22.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 192
6.4.22.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 192
6.4.23 DO16 E Valve – Art.No. 56653 ......................................................................................... 193
6.4.23.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 193
6.4.23.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 193
6.4.23.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 193
6.4.24 DO8 E Valve – Art.No. 56655xx ........................................................................................ 194
6.4.24.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 194
6.4.24.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 194
6.4.24.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 194
6.4.25 DO32 E Valve 0,5A– Art.No. 56656xx .............................................................................. 195
6.4.25.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 195
6.4.25.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 195
6.4.25.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 195
6.4.26 DO32 E MAC – Art.No. 56657 .......................................................................................... 196
6.4.26.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 196
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6.4.26.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 196
6.4.26.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 196
6.4.27 DIO8 E Cable – ArtNr. 56661, DIO8 E Cable 2m - 5666100, DIO8 E Cable M12 ID –
5666500 ........................................................................................................................................ 197
6.4.27.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 197
6.4.27.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 197
6.4.27.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 197
6.4.27.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 197
6.4.27.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 199
6.4.28 DIO16 E Cable 0,5A – ArtNr. 56662 ................................................................................. 200
6.4.28.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 200
6.4.28.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 200
6.4.28.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 200
6.4.28.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 201
6.4.28.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 201
6.4.29 DIO8 E M16 0,5A – ArtNr. 56663 ...................................................................................... 202
6.4.29.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 202
6.4.29.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 202
6.4.29.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 203
6.4.29.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 203
6.4.29.5 Bit assignment parameter bytes ................................................................................. 203
6.4.30 DIO8/DI8 E TB Box – Art.No. 56681 ................................................................................. 204
6.4.30.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 204
6.4.30.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 204
6.4.30.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 205
6.4.30.4 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 205
6.4.30.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 206
6.4.31 DIO8/DI8 E TB Rail – Art.No. 56691 ................................................................................. 207
6.4.31.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 207
6.4.31.2 Bit assignment I/O data............................................................................................... 207
6.4.31.3 Parameterization ......................................................................................................... 207
6.4.31.4 Bit assignment parameter bytes ................................................................................. 208
6.5 Cube67 Analog I/O Modules ...................................................................................................... 210
6.5.1 Specific Characteristics ....................................................................................................... 210
6.5.1.1 Smoothing (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) modules only) ............................................................... 210
6.5.1.2 Delta (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) Modules Only ........................................................................ 210
6.5.1.3 50/60 Hz filter (AI4-RTD and AI4-TH only) ................................................................... 211
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6.5.2 AI4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56700 ....................................................................................... 211
6.5.2.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 211
6.5.2.2 I/O Data ......................................................................................................................... 211
6.5.2.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 212
6.5.2.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 213
6.5.3 AI4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56701; AI4 E 4xM12 (U) VA – Art.No. 5670150 ....................... 214
6.5.3.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 214
6.5.3.2 I/O Data ......................................................................................................................... 214
6.5.3.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 216
6.5.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 216
6.5.4 AO4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56710 ...................................................................................... 217
6.5.4.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 217
6.5.4.2 I/O Data ......................................................................................................................... 217
6.5.4.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 218
6.5.4.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 219
6.5.5 AO4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art. No. 56711 ..................................................................................... 220
6.5.5.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 220
6.5.5.2 I/O Data ......................................................................................................................... 220
6.5.5.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 221
6.5.5.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 222
6.5.6 AO4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56720, AO4 C 4xM12 (I) VA – Art.No. 5672050 ...................... 223
6.5.6.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 223
6.5.6.2 I/O Data ......................................................................................................................... 223
6.5.6.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 224
6.5.6.4 Bit assignment of paramete rbytes ............................................................................... 225
6.5.7 AO4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56721 ....................................................................................... 226
6.5.7.1 I/O data ......................................................................................................................... 226
6.5.7.2 Parameter Bytes ........................................................................................................... 227
6.5.7.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 228
6.5.8 AI4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56730, AI4 C 4xM12 (I) VA – Art.No. 5673050 ......................... 229
6.5.8.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 229
6.5.8.2 I/O Data ......................................................................................................................... 229
6.5.8.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 230
6.5.8.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 230
6.5.9 AI4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.Nr. 56731 .......................................................................................... 232
6.5.9.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 232
6.5.9.2 I/O data ......................................................................................................................... 232
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6.5.9.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 233
6.5.9.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 234
6.5.9.5 Application adjustable values for overshoot and undershoot ....................................... 236
6.5.10 AI4 C 4xM12 RTD – Art.No. 56740, AI4 C 4xM12 RTD VA– Art.No. 5674050 ................ 237
6.5.10.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 237
6.5.10.2 I/O Data ....................................................................................................................... 237
6.5.11 AI4 E 4xM12 RTD – Art.Nr. 56741 .................................................................................... 238
6.5.11.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 238
6.5.11.2 I/O Data ....................................................................................................................... 238
6.5.11.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 240
6.5.11.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 240
6.5.12 AI4 C 4xM12 TH – Art.No. 56748, AI4 C 4xM12 TH VA – Art.No. 5674850 ..................... 242
6.5.12.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 242
6.5.12.2 I/O Data ....................................................................................................................... 242
6.5.12.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 244
6.5.12.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 244
6.5.13 AI4 E 4xM12 TH – Art.Nr. 56749 ....................................................................................... 246
6.5.13.1 Identification ................................................................................................................ 246
6.5.13.2 I/O Data ....................................................................................................................... 246
6.5.13.3 Parameter bytes .......................................................................................................... 248
6.5.13.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................. 248
6.6 Function Modules ....................................................................................................................... 250
6.6.1 CNT2 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56750 ......................................................................................... 250
6.6.1.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 250
6.6.1.2 I/O Data ......................................................................................................................... 250
6.6.1.3 Comunications Driver.................................................................................................... 254
6.6.1.4 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 255
6.6.1.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 255
6.6.1.6 Examples ...................................................................................................................... 257
6.6.2 DIO4 RS485 E 3xM12 – Art.Nr. 56760 ............................................................................... 259
6.6.2.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 259
6.6.2.2 I/O – Data ...................................................................................................................... 259
6.6.2.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 261
6.6.2.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes ............................................................................... 262
6.6.3 Logic E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56771 .......................................................................................... 264
6.6.3.1 Identification .................................................................................................................. 264
6.6.3.2 I/O – Data ...................................................................................................................... 264
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6.6.3.3 Parameter bytes ............................................................................................................ 264
6.6.3.4 Bit assignment of Parameter bytes ............................................................................... 264
7. COMDRV ......................................................................................................................................... 266
7.1 Identification ............................................................................................................................... 266
7.2 Bit assignment I/O Data ............................................................................................................. 266
7.2.1 Input Data IDM .................................................................................................................... 266
7.2.2 Output Data ODM ................................................................................................................ 267
7.3 Extended Functions ................................................................................................................... 271
7.3.1 General Information ............................................................................................................. 271
7.3.2 Structure of a SAP ............................................................................................................... 271
7.4 SAP01 : Software Version Service............................................................................................. 272
7.4.1 Description ........................................................................................................................... 272
7.5 SAP05 : Machine Option Service ............................................................................................... 273
7.5.1 Description ........................................................................................................................... 273
7.5.2 Example ............................................................................................................................... 276
8. Glossary ........................................................................................................................................... 281
8.1 General Information about the Profibus ..................................................................................... 281
8.2 Cube67 specific .......................................................................................................................... 281
Legal Provisions ................................................................................................................................... 283
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Chapter Overview
The “ Safety Instructions” section must be read without fail prior to working with the products and the
system. This section contains information required for safe installation and handling.
The “ Configuration Information” section directs itself to system planners. It provides important information and details relevant to successful configuration.
The chapter “ Assembly and Wiring” provides detailed information on mechanical and electrical installation of the Cube67 BN-P bus node.
The chapter “ Setup” is directed towards specialist personnel responsible for startup. It gives important information for quick and easy startup of Cube67 in a Profibus-DP network.
The chapter "
nostic data.
Diagnostics" describes visual diagnostic displays and the structure of Profibus diag-
The chapter “
Extended Functions” describes the additional functions available from 3.00 firmware.
The chapter “ Module” gives a short description of the format for the I/O data and the configuration of
the individual I/O modules.
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1.
Safety Instructions
1.1
Explanation of Symbols
1.1.1
Use of Attention Signs
Important information is specially marked. The symbol is:
Text……..
1.1.2
Hazard Warnings
Hazard warnings are additionally marked in red.
CAUTION!
Disregard of safety measures may result in damage to equipment and other serious consequences.
DANGER!
Non-compliance with the relevant safety measures poses a danger to the health
and life of the user.
1.1.3
Use of Numbering in Illustrations
Illustrations are numbered.
Example:
1.
Text 1……
2.
Text 2……
3.
Text 3……
The explanations are given directly under the illustration concerned.
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Use of Handling Instructions
Handling instructions describe the sequence of steps during installation, startup, operation, and maintenance that must be strictly observed.
They are numbered consecutively, with black numbers in white circles.
Example:
1.1.5
c
Instruction 1….…….
d
Instruction 2….…….
e
Instruction 3….…….
Use of Footnotes
1
Comments are marked by superscript figures (example: text text ) text text). They are explained in
the form of footnotes under the tables or at the bottom of the page.
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Designated Use
The devices described in this manual serve as decentralized I/O modules for connection to a ProfiBus
DP network.
The products described in this manual
•
were developed, manufactured, tested, and documented in compliance with the relevant safety
standards. The equipment poses no danger to operating personnel or material if configuration, assembly, and operation are performed in compliance with the handling and safety instructions.
•
They meet the following requirements:
- EMC directive (2004/108/EG)
•
DIN EN 61131-2 „Speicherprogrammierbare Steuerungen-Teil 2: Betriebsmittelanforderungen und
Prüfungen“
•
The products are designed for use in industrial environments. A characteristic of the industrial
environment is that loads are not directly connected to the public low voltage system. Extra precautions are required for use in residential, business, and commercial applications.
WARNING!
This equipment has a Class A rating and can cause radio frequency interference in
residential areas. In such cases, the operator can be asked to take appropriate precautions.
Troublefree and safe functioning of the product can only be assured through proper transportation,
storage, installation, assembly, and operation with proper care and attention.
The intended operation of the equipment is only guaranteed with complete installation of the housings.
All power supplies connected to this device have to meet the EN 61558-2-4 or EN 61558-2-6 requirements.
System configuration, installation, startup, maintenance, and testing of devices may only be performed
by an accredited, trained electrician familiar with automation technology safety standards.
The accident prevention and safety regulations valid for the specific application must be followed during the configuration, installation, startup, maintenance, and testing of the devices.
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Only cables and accessories are allowed that meet the requirements and regulations for safety, electromagnetic compatibility and, where applicable, telecommunication transmission equipment and specifications.
Information regarding cables and accessories approved for installation can be obtained from your
Murrelektronik branch office, or may be found in this manual.
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Qualified Personnel
The requirements for qualified personnel are based on requirement profiles defined by ZVEI and
VDMA.
Weiterbildung in der Automatisierungstechnik
Publisher: ZVEI and VDMA
Maschinenbau Verlag
P.O. Box 71 08 64
D-60498 Frankfurt
Only qualified electricians that are familiar with the contents of this manual may install and service the
products described.
These are persons who:
•
because of their specialist training, knowledge, experience, and because of their knowledge of the
relevant standards, are capable of assessing the work to be done and possible dangers involved.
•
because they have worked in the same area for many years, have the level of knowledge equivalent to a technical training.
Only Murrelektronik specialists may modify the hardware or software of its products, if these modifications are not explained in this manual.
WARNING!
Unqualified intervention in the hardware and software or disregard of the warnings
provided in this manual can result in severe injury or serious damage to man and
material.
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Configuration Information
This chapter contains information required for successful installation of our system in a ProfiBus-DP
network. General information independent of field bus relevant to configuration, installation, and operation of the Cube67 system can be found in the manuals:
Cube67 – System Manual , Art.-No. 56 970
Cube67 – Technical Data , Art.-No. 56 971
2.1
Cube67 in a ProfiBus-DP Network
The Cube67 system is a modular I/O system for decentralized gathering and control of digital and
analog process variables. It consists of a fieldbus specific bus node and I/O modules that are independent of the fieldbus and are connected to the bus node via an internal system connection.
2.1.1
Components
A ProfiBus-DP network consists of at least the following components:
- one or several bus masters.
- one or several slaves.
- ProfiBus cables and plugs for connecting the of slaves
-one or several bus segments that are connected via a repeater.
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2.1.1.1 ProfiBus Cables
Use only cables type A according to EN 50 170 part 8-2. Cable type B is obsolete and should no longer be used.
Parameter
Impedance level / Ω
Operating capacity (pF/m)
Loop resistance (Ω/km)
Wire diameter (mm)
²
Wire cross section (mm )
Cable type A
135 to 165 at a frequency of 3 to 20 MHz
≤ 30
≤ 110
> 0.64
> 0.34
The wire cross section used must fit the connection options on the bus connector.
2.1.2
General Information for Planning a ProfiBus Network
1
Up to 32 ProfiBus stations are allowed in one segment (including repeaters ).
According to the selected baud rate, the extension of a ProfiBus segment must not exceed the max.
recommended values as listed in chapter 3.1.5 (table 3-1).
Repeaters can be used to divide a network into several segments. So it is possible to operate more
than 32 stations in an extended ProfiBus network. However, signal delays resulting from the installation of repeaters must be considered during configuration of the system. Up to 9 repeaters can be
installed between two stations.
1
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Topology
Fig. 1: Example: Structure of a ProfiBus network
2.1.4
Termination of ProfiBus segments
Both sides of a segment must be fitted with a terminating resistor. In order to ensure a physically clean
signal level the terminating resistors have to be supplied with voltage.
The terminating resistor is either located in the connector or integrated into the device. In both cases it
must be observed that in case of failure or application-related voltage cut-off the station at the end of a
segment, the terminating resistor may also be switched off, thus interfering with the whole segment.
Therefore it may be useful to install the bus master at the beginning or the end of a segment. If the
master fails, it does not matter whether the terminating resistor is supplied. Additional repeaters or
externally supplied terminating resistors can be used to reliably terminate the other side of the segment.
The need of additional measures must be determined for every specific case.
Fig. 1 shows an example of correct termination in a typical ProfiBus network.
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Baud Rate
All components in a ProfiBus network operate with one standard baud rate that is preset by the bus
master. The Cube67 bus node automatically identifies the preset baud rate.
Depending on the baud rate used the following max. permissible cable lengths acc. to table 3-1 have
to be observed. The values apply to one segment each. By means of repeaters longer network expansions with several segments can be created.
Baud rate in kBit/s
9.6
19.2
45.45 93.75 187.5 500
1500
3000
6000 12000
Cable length in m
1200
1200
1200
200
100
100
1200
1000
400
100
Tab. 1: Max. permissible cable lengths in a ProfiBus segment
2.1.6
Address
Permissible addresses for ProfiBus stations range from 0 to 125. The two adress switches of the
Cube67 bus node allow setting addresses from 0 to 99.
An unambiguous address has to be assigned for each station in a ProfiBus network. The address is
set at the Cube67 bus node via two BCD rotary switches that are integrated into the base module.
The address will be read in after a power reset. It is not possible to change the address during operation.
For detailed information please refer to the Cube67 System Manual.
2.1.7
Stub Lines
Passive stub lines should be avoided.
If stub lines cannot be avoided, because a temporary connection to a programming or diagnostic device is required, active stublines or repeaters should be used. Correct termination must always be
assured.
2.1.8
Installation Guideline
The ProfiBus users association (PNO) has issued an installation guideline. In addition to the data of
the Cube67 manuals, this guideline must be followed. The installation guideline is available from the
PNO.
www.profibus.com
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Assembly and Wiring
For information on installation and wiring of I/O modules and the internal system connection please
refer to Cube67 – Technical Data.
In this chapter you will only find information on the wiring of the bus node connection. For the complete wiring of the bus node please refer to the manual “Technical
Data”.
CAUTION!
During assembly, wiring, and setting of the ProfiBus address the equipment must
not be under power.
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How to Connect the ProfiBus
Initial conditions
•
The module has to be disconnected.
Required tools
•
Insulation tool, screwdriver, and a special tool in case no pre-wired cables are used. Tool for tightening the hexagonal screw (Murrelektronik torque wrench M12, art. no. 7000-99102-0000000).
Connection of ProfiBus Cable
c
Insert the plug of the ProfiBus connector into the corresponding socket of the bus node. Make
sure that the coding fits exactly and that the plug is locked in the socket.
d
Screw down the plug with the hexagonal screw.
Bus In
Bus Out
3
5
4
2
2
1
1
BUS IN
Contact No.
1
2
3
4
5
Thread
Signal
VP
RxD/TxD-N
DGND
RxD/TxD-P
n.c.
Shield
5
3
4
BUS OUT
Meaning
Supply voltage Plus, (P 5 V)
RxD/TxD–N, A cable (green)
Data transmission potential (reference potential to VP)
RxD/TxD–P, B cable (red)
Shield or protective earth
Fig. 2: Pin assignment ProfiBus M12 sockets (B-coded)
The shield should preferably be applied over the surface of the thread.
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Connecting the Terminating Resistors
Both sides of a ProfiBus segment must be fitted with a terminating resistor. In case of a Cube67 bus
node, the terminating resistor must be installed on the socket of the ProfiBus interface of the cap.
Art. no.
55356
58 627
Description
Terminating resistor ProfiBus-DP
M12 blind plugs (quantity 10 pcs.)
Initial conditions
•
The terminating resistor must be screwed down while the system is not under power.
•
The bus node is located at the beginning or at the end of a ProfiBus segment.
Required tools
•
A tool may be required for tightening the hexagonal screw.
Connecting the Terminating Resistors
c
Insert the terminating resistor into the socket of the extension ProfiBus interface of the cap.
Make sure that the coding fits exactly and the plug is locked in the socket.
d
Tighten the terminating resistor using the hexagonal screw.
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4.
Setup
4.1
GSD File
The operation of the equipment described in this manual requires a GSD file
MURR064D.*
The suffix of the file indicates the language version. The GSD files are available in six languages.
Language
*.gsd
*.gse
*.gsg
*.gss
*.gsf
*.gsi
*.gsp
Suffix
Default = English
English
German
Spanish
French
Italian
Portuguese
The GSD file can be downloaded from
www.murrelektronik.de
or supplied by your Murrelektronik branch office.
4.1.1.1 Operating a Bus Node SW version 1 with Latest GSD File
Please observe the following when operating a Cube67 bus node and I/O modules Version 1 with the
latest GSD file:
•
Use only the following I/O modules:
Art.No.
56600
56610
56620
Description
DIO16 C 8xM12
DIO8 C 4xM12
DIO8 C 8xM8
•
Up to four I/O modules can be connected to a bus node.
•
You must not use “preconfigured” versions of an I/O module (see Chapter
Preconfigured Modules).
Configuration with
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Assigning and Setting the ProfiBus Address
The ProfiBus address is set by means of two BCD rotary switches directly at the Cube67 bus node.
Allowable values are between 0 and 99.
The preset address will be read in after the supply voltage is connected. Therefore, a
change of the address will only become effective after a voltage reset of the module.
When assigning the address it must be ensured that each ProfiBus device gets a
clear and individual address.
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Configuration
Note:
The Cube67 system is usually configured with the help of a configuration tool provided by the manufacturer of the master. In this case you can disregard the technical
details described in this chapter. For examples please refer to chapter " Configuration Examples".
The master sends the configuration telegram to the slave while the system is booted and defines the
number of input and output bytes.
Cube67 uses the special identifier format according to IED 61158.
Cube67 can only be operated with DP masters that support the special identifier format.
With the help of this information the Cube67 bus node checks the installation for compliance with the
projected configuration. If the bus node detects a deviation between the nominal configuration transfered by the DP Master and the physical configuration, the bus node reports a configuration error
message (parameter error message) and does not exchange data with the DP Master.
A configuration or parameter error is displayed at the bus node by the LED "Cfg F". If
there is a failure the LED "Cfg F" will light up red.
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Placeholder
Placeholders can be added in order to easily extend the Cube67 system. A placeholder is a module
with a data length of zero, serving only to reserve a space for a module to be added later.
Note:
We recommend inserting placeholders into unused sockets in the configuration. See
chapter "
Configuration Examples".
Slot 17 can only be used for a virtual module. A placeholder is no virtual module, as it
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Replacing DI Modules by DIO Modules
Two versions of digital I/O modules are available:
•
DIO :
Each channel can be configured as input or output
•
DI :
Each channel is an input
DIO modules support all the functions of the corresponding DI modules. Therefore, it is possible to
replace a DI module by a DIO module without modifying the ProfiBus configuration.
This option reduces inventory and allows installing cost-effective DI modules for basic equipment.
If you replace an installed and configured DI module by a DIO module, the bus node will recognize this
and assure via the integrated replacement algorithm that it behaves like a DI module for the DP master and the application.
DI-Module can be replaced
Art.No.
Description
56602
DI16 C 8xM12
56603
DI16 E 8xM12
56612
DI8 C 4xM12
56613
DI8 E 4xM12
56622
DI8 C 8xM8
56623
DI8 E 8xM8
by DIO-Module
Art.No.
56600
56601
56610
56611
56620
56621
Description
DIO16 C 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12
DIO8 C 4xM12
DIO8 E 4xM12
DIO8 C 8xM8
DIO8 E 8xM8
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Configuration Examples
Configuration examples with hardware manager Simatic Step 7.
4.3.3.1 Configuration of Compact Modules
This configuration is made up of two compact modules connected to the sockets 0 and 1 of the internal system connection of the bus node.
In this type of configuration, there is no direct relationship between the module position in the configuration table (socket) and the actual position on the bus (string/position in the string). Instead of connecting the modules to the sockets 0 and 1 of the bus node, they can also be connected to the sockets 1 and 3. The correct order is important and the configured modules have to correspond to the
modules the bus node detects during system startup.
Note:
Placeholders can be integrated for a better arrangement of the configuration and a
clear relationship between socket and actual position of the module. The configuration can be easily extended by replacing the placeholder, without affecting the already existing modules (these modules will keep their number for diagnostic purposes).
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13
14
7
Steckplatz
15
Steckplatz
Platzhalter
12
6
Platzhalter
8
5
Platzhalter
9
Platzhalter
Platzhalter
Platzhalter
4
Platzhalter
10
Platzhalter
11
0
Platzhalter
Platzhalter
1
Platzhalter
2
Platzhalter
3
Platzhalter
Platzhalter
4.3.3.2 Configuration with Placeholders
This configuration is identical to the one shown in chapter 5.3.4.1. However, unused sockets of the
Cube67 system are occupied by placeholders. A maximum of four modules per segment is allowed,
therefore, the configuration table is structured as follows:
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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Segment no. of the
Internal system connection
Segment 0
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Module no. within a
segment
Note
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
1st module in this segment
2nd module in this segment
3rd module in this segment
4th module in this segment
1st module in this segment
2nd module in this segment
3rd module in this segment
4th module in this segment
1st module in this segment
2nd module in this segment
3rd module in this segment
4th module in this segment
1st module in this segment
2nd module in this segment
3rd module in this segment
4th module in this segment
Examples:
The third module in segment 2 is allocated to socket no. 10.
The module allocated to socket no. 7 is the 4th module in segment 1.
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8
12
5
13
Platzhalter
6
14
7
Steckplatz
15
Steckplatz
Platzhalter
9
Platzhalter
10
4
Platzhalter
11
0
Platzhalter
1
Platzhalter
2
Platzhalter
Platzhalter
3
Platzhalter
Platzhalter
4.3.3.3 Configuration with Extension Modules
Extension modules allow connecting up to four I/O modules in one segment. Placeholders have been
used in this configuration example.
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4.3.3.4 Configuration with Preconfigured Modules
This structure corresponds to the configuration described in 0. The part numbers of the individual I/O
modules are identical, however, preconfigured modules (DI or DO) have been used in this example.
They differ from the freely configurable modules (DIO) by the description.
DIO
DO
DI
Meaning
Digital Input Output
Digital Output
Digital Input
Note
The channels of this module are parameterized as inputs or outputs.
The channels of this module are parameterized as outputs.
2
The channels of this module are parameterized as inputs .
Advantages of pre-parameterized modules:
•
Lesser settings required in the parameter dialogs of the configuration tool.
•
Reduced memory requirements in the process image. The table below shows the memory requirements of the examples above with and without pre-parameterized I/O modules.
Example, chapter
0
0
Savings
3
Allocated bytes in the IDM
6
10
40 %
4
Allocated bytes in the ODM
5
10
50 %
2
The different settings (NO, NC contact, diagnostic function) for inputs are still available. Default setting: Input with NO function.
3
IDM = Input Data Map
4
ODM = Output Data Map
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4.3.3.5 Manual Assembly of a Configuration String
Art.Nr. 56501
Cube67 BN-P
Art.Nr. 56621
DIO8 E 8xM8
Art.Nr. 56601
DIO16 E 8xM12
Art.Nr. 56600
DIO16 C 8xM12
Art.Nr. 56611
DIO8 E 4xM12
Art.Nr. 56621
DIO8 E 8xM8
Art.Nr. 56610
DIO8 C 4xM12
Fig. 3: Configuration Example
The bus node automatically addresses the modules in the order of connection. First. all modules connected to socket 0 of the internal system connection are counted, subsequently all modules connected
to socket 1 of the internal system connection, and so on.
The configuration strings of the individual modules are shown in chapter "Modules".
The configuration string is transferred in the data field of the configuration telegram. Identification is entered in the order the modules are connected to the bus
node.
1. Bus node
Art.No.
56 501
Module
Cube67 BN-P
Identification
01hex 51hex
2. I/O-Module
No./Slot
Art.No. Module
0
1
2
3
56600
56611
56621
56610
DIO16 C 8xM12
DIO8 E 4xM12
DIO8 E 8xM8
DIO8 C 4xM12
Internal system connection
Socket 0
Socket 2
Socket 2
Socket 2
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 18hex
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 23hex
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Dhex
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 22hex
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56601
DIO8 E 8xM8
DIO16 C 8xM12
Socket 3
Socket 3
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Dhex
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 19hex
3. The configuration string looks like this (hexadecimal values):
C2,01,01,
DD,18
C2,01,01,
DD,23
C2,00,00,
DD,2D
C2,01,01,
DD,22
C2,00,00,
DD,2D
C2,01,01,
DD,19
The configuration software usually supports a visual configuration, so you don’t have to assemble the
configuration string yourself.
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4.3.3.6 Setup of Part Configurations
Setup of part configurations is supported from firmware version 3.00. As usual you enter the maximum
configuration of the Cube system via the configuration tool. Subsequently, you can deactivate physically not existing modules by means of the extended “Machine Option Service” while the Cube system
is booting.
Application
Manufacturers of machines with modular structure.
0
4
1
5
Maschine-Modul B
Maschine-Modul A
Fig. 4: Example Modular Machine
Example:
The manufacturer delivers a machine consisting of a base module A and an optional module B. The
control and the bus node are integrated into module A. Module B only needs a few I/O points and
therefore, it has no separate bus node. The installation or deinstallation of module B at a later date
must be possible without modifying the configuration via the configuration tool.
The Machine Option Service is described in the chapter "
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Parameterization
With the parameterization you define the characteristics of the Cube67 system and the connected I/O
modules. You decide:
•
the function of an I/O channel (input or output)
•
if and what kind of diagnostic is reported or disabled
•
etc.
When using a graphic configuration tool, parameterization will be easy thanks to the information contained in the GSD file. For operating instructions please refer to the docmentation of the corresponding
tool.
If such a tool is not available, the parameter string can be assembled with the following information.
For the coding of the parameter bytes of the bus node and the I/O modules please refer to chapter
"Fehler! Verweisquelle konnte nicht gefunden werden.".
Fig. 5: Hardware Configurator in a Simatic S7 Environment
Two already pre-parameterized versions each are provided in the GSD file for the freely parameterizable modules.
These pre-parameterized modules can be used if you need only inputs or only outputs.
See also chapter "
Configuration with Preconfigured Modules".
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4.4.1
Parameter Message
The master sends a parameter message to the slave. The first 7 bytes are defined by ProfiBus standard IEC 61158. They are followed by the user parameters. Number and composition of the user parameters depend on the structure of the Cube67 system.
A plaintext message is stored in the GSD file for any possible parameterization.
4.4.1.1 Structure of the Standard Specific Parameters (Bytes 0 to 6)
Byte
Bit n
7
Lock
Req
0
Selection
6
Unlock
Req
5
Sync
Req
4
Free
Req
3
WD
On
2
1
0
res
res
res
Station Status
1
WD_Fact_1
2
3
WD_Fact_2
MinTSDR
4
Ident_Number_High
5
Ident_Number_Low
6
Group_Ident
Byte 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
WD_On = 1 Ö Response monitoring in slave activated
Freeze_Req = 1 Ö Slave in Freeze_Mode
Sync_Req = 1 Ö Slave in Sync_Mode
Unlock
Lock
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Lock
0
0
1
1
Unlock
0
1
0
1
Meaning
minTSDR and slave specific parameters may be overwritten
DP-Slave is enabled for other masters
DP-Slave is disabled for other masters; all parameters are accepted
DP-Slave is enabled for other masters
Byte 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
WD_Fact_1
Byte 2
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
WD_Fact_2
Byte 3
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
TSDR
6
Byte 4
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Id. number Highbyte (hier : 06hex)
Byte 5
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Id. number Lowbyte (hier : 4Dhex)
Byte 6
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Group_Ident
5
TWD (s) = 10ms . WD_FACT_2. Time to expiration of response monitoring in the DP slave.
6
Time in Tbit until DP slave is allowed to reply at the earliest. The standard requires a value of at least 11. This value must, in
any case, be less than maxTSDR
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4.4.1.2 User Parameters
The standard parameters are followed by a number of user parameter bytes that depends on the
structure of the Cube67 system. The user parameters first include the parameters for the bus node,
and then parameter bytes for the different modules. The sequence corresponds to the order in which
the modules are connected to the bus node. For more details refer to chapter " Configuration Information".
Example of parameterization of bus node and a Cube67 DIO16 C 8xM12:
Requirement:
If the actuator supply drops below 12 V, the bus node should not generate a diagnostic message (“no
actuator supply”). This is useful when undervoltage of the actuator is monitored, while no diagnostic
report should be generated if the actuator supply is cut off (e.g. because a guard door was opened).
The I/O module must be parametrized as output at Pin 4 and as NO input at Pin 2 (not negated input).
The user parameter string will be as follows (hexadecimal values).
Bus node
00
00
00
80
I/O Module Cube67 DIO16 C 8xM12
AA
AA
00
00
00
00
00
00
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Function channels 14 to 17
Function channels 10 to 13
Function channels 04 to 07
Function channels 00 to 03
Global settings
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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Preconfigured Moduels
Two already pre-parameterized versions each are provided in the GSD file for the freely parameterizable modules.
These pre-parameterized modules can be used, if you need only inputs or only outputs.
Advantages of pre-parameterized modules:
7
8
•
Addresses are allocated either in the IDM or in the ODM of the PLC.
•
Quick parameterisation during the configuration of I/O modules.
7
Input Data Map
8
Output Data Map
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4.5
Step by Step: Setup
4.5.1
Mechanical Structure
4.5.1.1 Mounting the Cap of the Bus Node
n
o
p
q
r
0
s
1
2
3
Fig. 6: Mounting the Cap of the Bus Node
1. Fixing screws
4. ProfiBus address switches
2. Cap
5. Base module
3. FE connection (View cap from below)
Step by step:
c Set the Profibus address using the two BCD switches 4. in the base module 5.
d Connect the FE cable on the bottom side 3. of the cap 2.
e Mount the cap 2. onto the base module. Take care not to tilt the cap.
f Three captive screws 1. are integrated into the cap. Tighten them down.
For the correct torque please see the installation manual.
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4.5.1.2 Interconnection of System Components
n
v
w
Master
s
o
p
r
t
q
u
Fig. 7: Interconnection of System Components
1. Bus node, base module
2. Bus node, cap
3. Cube67 DIO8 C 4xM12
4. Internal system connection
5. Incoming ProfiBus cable
6. ProfiBus terminating resistor
7. Power supply cable
8. M12 cable to sensor or actuator
9. Control
10. Power supply unit
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Step by Step:
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Connect the module 5. via the green system cable 4. to the bus node 1..
•
Connect M12 cables 8.to the sensors or actuators with the module 3..
•
Connect incoming ProfiBus cable 5. to the bus-in connection of the cap 2.
•
Connect the outgoing ProfiBus cable with the next ProfiBus station; if the bus node is the last ProfiBus station, connect a terminating resistor 6.
•
Connect the power supply 10. via the 7/8“ connector.
4.5.2
Configuration with S7 Hardware Manager
This chapter explains the HW configuration as an example (hardware setup software of the Siemens
Simatic S7 Manager) to show how a Cube67 System is configured and parameterized.
Providing more detailed information, particularly information on diagnostics processing, would go
beyond the scope of this manual. For relevant details please refer to the documentation of the DP
master or the controller (PLC).
You will find Cube67 in the
hardware catalog of the Simatic
Manager under "Additional Field
Devices" and "I/O".
Mark "Cube20 BN-P" and drag
the entry to the ProfiBus string
while keeping the left mouse
button depressed.
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Click on the Cube67 bus node
previously connected to the
ProfiBus to call up a table in the
lower half of the screen in
which the individual modules
connected to the bus node can
be entered.
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Assigning the ProfiBus Address
c Double click on the bus node
d Click on “ProfiBus…”
e Set the address
f Close the window
Inserting an I/O-Module
Join the module with the designation “Cube67 DIO8 C 4xM12”
on the first line of the table by
dragging the module with the
left mouse button pressed.
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Global Settings
Double click on the bus node to
perform global settings under
the “Parameterization” tab.
Module-related Settings
To open the Properties dialog of
the module, double-click the left
mouse button on the modules
specified in the table.
Module-related settings, (e.g.
parameterization of channels as
input or output) can be performed via this dialog.
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5.
Diagnostics
5.1
Behavior in Case of Interrupted Communication
If the internal system connection is interrupted (communication line or sensor supply from the bus
node to the different Cube67 I/O modules) the whole system is switched into fault status. Input data
can no longer be read. The internal status of the system connection is indicated via the bus node diagnostics.
Profibus line interrupted
Bus node:
BusRun LED
Green flashing
US LED
Green
ProfiBus diagnostic
The user is not accessible
I/O-Module:
US LED
Green
Outputs
The outputs are switched off.
Internal system connection interrupted
Bus node
BusRun LED
Green flashing
US LED
Green flashing in case of communication error in this segment.
ProfiBus diagnostic
In extended diagnostic, the error message “communication error” is activated for
all modules that are no longer accessible.
I/O module with sensor supply
US LED
Green flashing
Outputs
The outputs are switched off.
I/O module without sensor supply
US LED
The module electronics is not supplied. All LEDs are off.
Outputs
The outputs are switched off.
The display of the US – and UA – LEDs depends on the power supply status. In case
of undervoltage the LED is red. In case of undervoltage and communication error, the
corresponding US – LED flashes red.
From version 3.10 of the bus node the input data of all modules that are not accessible will be set to zero. The input data of all accessible modules will be updated.
CAUTION!
Cube67 modules are no safety-related devices according to the relevant standards.
The Off-status of the outputs must not be used to meet safety-related requirements
of the application!
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5.2
Cube20 LED displays
5.2.1
Significance of the Status of the "Power" LED
The "Power" LED indicates the status of the Cube20 system voltage and the internal
communication.
Fig. 8: Power LED on Cube20 Modules
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5.2.1.1 Behavior of the Power LED of the Cube20 BN-C DIO8 Art.No.: 56
450
Color
green
Significance for Power LED
System voltage (>12V) available
Remedy
System connection in the Cube20 system
is interrupted, no. of flashing pulses corresponds to the position of the faulty expansion
module (1…3), with several modules the
closest one
Exchange the affected module
and activate power reset of the
Cube67 system (restart bus
node)
Example:
Green flashing
No system power (<12V)
OFF
Increase voltage
Tab. 2: Behavior of the Power LED of the Cube20 BN-C DIO8 Art.No.: 56 450
5.2.1.2 Behavior of the Power Led of Cube20 I/O Modules
Color
fast flashing
(approx.
20Hz)
OFF
Significance for Power LED
System power available and
module exchanging data
Remedy
No system power via the
Cube20 system connection
Wait for initialization of the Cube20 system
(can take some seconds)
Check internal system connection (profile
cable) & activate power reset of the Cube20
system (restart bus node)
Tab. 3: Behavior of the Power Led of Cube20 I/O Modules
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Signification of the "US" LED
Fig. 9:
LED designation
9
LED display
“US” LED on Cube20 Modules
Behavior
Status
US
Lit
Data exchange.
US
Flashing
No data transfer
US
Off
No communication
10
11
Tab. 4: Status of System Communication
9
The display color indicates the voltage status.
10
The communication in at least one segment is interrupted.
11
No sensor supply in the module.
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5.2.3.1 Module Supply
There is no LED at terminal "UB". The state of system voltage is signalized by the
Power LED.
See chapter: Significance of the states of the "Power" LED
•
Indicators with „UI“ show the state of the supply voltage for the internal system
•
Indicators with „UA“ show the state of the supply voltage for actuators.
LED indicator
UI / UA
Behavior
Status
Green
Supply voltage OK (>= 18V)
Red
Under voltage (< 18V)
Off
Voltage <= 12.5V
Tab. 5: LED Module Supply
5.2.3.2 Periphery Supply
•
Indicators with „US“ show the state of the supply voltage for sensors
•
Indicators with „UA0…UA3" show the state of the supply voltage for actuators.
LED indicator
US / UA
Behavior
Status
Off
Supply voltage OK
Red
Overload or short circuit of the
sensor or actuator supply
Tab. 6: ED Periphery Supply
Two terminals each have one common "US" LED.
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5.2.4 Signal Logic State and LED Behavior
5.2.4.1 Digital modules
A separate status indicator is assigned for each input and output. It is labeled with "00…03" or
"00…07". Furthermore, the labeling corresponds to channel number and bit position. It is situated under the corresponding terminal and allows easy mapping to the state of the peripheral components,
sensors and actuators.
Connection of signal logic state and LED behavior at the input
LED display
Off
Logic value
Voltage at input
0
0V
Signal
Input with
N/O contact
Yellow
1
24 V
Tab. 7: LED at Input of Digital Modules
Connection of signal logic state and LED behavior at the output
LED display
Off
Logic value
Voltage at output
0
0V
Signal
Output
Yellow
1
24 V
Red
1
0V
Output in
case of short-circuit
Tab. 8: LED at Output of Digital Modules
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5.2.4.2 Analog Modules
A separate status indicator is assigned for each input and output. The corresponding LED is situated
under the respective terminal.
Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56 200 / 56 201
The terminals are labeled with the channel numbers „S0…S3".
LED display
Status
Possible diagnosis
Off
OK
-
Red
Diagnosis
Wire break
Overflow
Underflow
Tab. 9: LEDs of the Channels of the Analog Modules Cube20 AI4 U/I Art. No.: 56 200 / 56 201
Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56 220 / 56 221
The terminals are labeled with the channel numbers "U0…U3" and "I0…I3".
LED display
Status
Possible diagnosis
Off
OK
-
Red
Diagnosis
Wire break
Actuator short circuit
Tab. 10: LEDs der Kanäle an den Analogmodulen Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56 220 / 56 221
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Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56 230
The terminals are labeled with the channel numbers „+R0…+R3".
LED display
Status
Possible diagnosis
Off
OK
-
Red
Diagnosis
Wire break
Overflow
Underflow
Tab. 11: LED of the channels of the analog module Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56 230
Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56 240
The terminals are labeled with the channel numbers „TH0+…TH3+".
LED display
Off
Red
Status
Possible diagnosis
OK
-
Diagnosis
Wire break
Overflow
Underflow
Wire break cold junction compensation (KTY)
Tab. 12: LEDs of the channels of the analog module Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56 240
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5.3
Cube67 LED Displays
5.3.1
General Information
The Cube67 system is capable of detecting and reporting numerous errors. Errors are reported (diagnosis) via:
•
LED displays
•
ProfiBus diagnosis diagnostic message See chapter "
5.3.2
Diagnosis via ProfiBus".
Bus node
Fig. 10: LED displays on the bus node
Color
Signification for Bus Run LED
Remedy
green
ProfiBus - DP data exchange
-
green
flashing
No DP data exchange
cf. Chapter 0 Troubleshooting in a ProfiBus network
Off
ProfiBus firmware not yet initialized
Initializing the bus node may take some seconds
Tab. 13: Status displays of the BusRun LED on the bus node
Color
Signification for Cfg F LED
Remedy
Off
-
-
Red
Profibus DP configuration error or parameterization error.
cf. Chapter 0 Troubleshooting in a Profibus network
Tab. 14: Status displays of the CfgF
12
12
LED on the bus node
CfgF = configuration fault
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Bus
Out
Bu
sR
un
Cf
gF
In
US
UA
0
US
UA
1
US
UA
2
UA
3
Fig. 11: Location of the US- and UA displays on the bus node
LED designation
13
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Lit
Data exchange."
US
Flashing
No data exchange
US
Off
No communication
Tab. 15: Status of System Communication on the Bus Node
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Green
ok (> 18 V)
US
Red
Undervoltage or short-circuit sensor supply
US
Off
No supply or
sensor supply < 12.5 V
Tab. 16: Status of sensor and system supply on the bus node
13
The display color indicates the voltage status.
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LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
UA
Green
ok (> 18 V)
UA
Red
Undervoltage or short-circuit actuator supply
UA
Off
No supply or
actuator supply 12.5 V
Tab. 17: Status of actuator supply on the bus node
5.3.2.1 Bus Node Response to Faulty Supply Voltage
5.3.2.1.1. Short-circuit of Sensor Supply of Internal System Connection
A short-circuit at the socket or in the cable of the system connection is detected. The sensor supply,
and hence the module supply for this segment, is switched off. The system goes over into communication error. After the short-circuit has been rectified, the internal system connection can be restarted via
a voltage reset of the sensor supply. In case of inadequate power supply unit, it will be switched off
before the short-circuit detection by the bus node and will initiate a reset of the bus node. The US LED
on the bus node is lit red for this segment.
5.3.2.1.2. Short-circuit of Actuator Supply of Internal System Connection
A short-circuit at the socket or in the cable of the system connection is detected. The actuator supply
for this segment is switched off. After the short-circuit has been rectified, it can be cleared via a voltage reset of the actuator supply. The UA LED on the bus node is lit red for this segment.
5.3.2.1.3. Undervoltage of Sensor Supply of Internal System Connection
Undervoltage is detected below approx. 17.0 V. The US displays of the segments affected are red. If
the voltage drops below approx. 12.5 V, the bus node goes into reset. The bus node reconnects to the
ProfiBus as soon as the sensor voltage rises above approx. 13.0 V.
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Displays of Digital I/O Modules
5.3.3.1 LED Displays of Digital I/O Modules
5.3.3.1.1. Bus IN – LED display
US
UA
Fig. 12: Location of the US- and UA displays, Art. No. 56 600
LED designation
14
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Lit
Data exchange
US
Flashing
No data exchange
US
Off
No communication
15
16
Tab. 18: Status of System Communication
14
The display color indicates the voltage status.
15
Communication interrupted in at least one segment.
16
The module has no sensor supply.
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LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Green
ok (> 18 V)
US
Red
Undervoltage
US
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 19: Status of the sensor and system supply (BusIn display)
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
UA
Green
ok (> 18 V)
UA
Red
Undervoltage
UA
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 20: Status of the internal actuator supply (BusIn display)
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5.3.3.1.2. External Power – LED display (only Art. No. 56 600, 56 640)
UA
Fig. 13: Location of the UA displays, Art. No. 56 600
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
UA
Green
ok (> 18 V)
UA
Red
Undervoltage
UA
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 21: Status of the External Power display (only Art. No. 56 600, 56 640)
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5.3.3.1.3. M12 Sockets – LED Diagnostic Display
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LED display
Voltage
channels
00…07
Voltage
channels
10…17
Diagnostic channels
00…07
Diagnostic channels
10…17
0V
0V
-
External fault
0V
0V
-
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
0V
0V
-
Actuator cut-off
0V
24 V
-
Actuator warning
-
0V
-
-
0V
0V
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
-
0V
0V
Actuator cut-off
-
24 V
0V
Actuator warning
-
Tab. 22: M12 Sockets – LED Diagnostic Display
5.3.3.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response
Every input and output has a separate status display. It is labeled with "00…07" or "10…17". It is located next to the corresponding M12 socket and allows easy mapping to the status of the peripheral
components such as sensors and actuators.
Input with
N/O contact
Input with
N/C contact
Voltage at input
00…07
10…17
Logical value
0V
0V
0
Off
0V
24 V
1
Yellow
24 V
0V
1
Yellow
0V
0V
1
Off
0V
24 V
0
Yellow
24 V
0V
0
Yellow
-
0V
1
Red
-
24 V
0
Off
18
LED display
Diagnosis input
17
All diagnosis displays are red.
18
If a channel-related diagnosis is available, the LED assigned to this channel is continuously lit red.
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Tab. 23: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response - Input
Logical value
Voltage at output
00…01
10…11
0
0V
0V
Off
1
0V
24 V
Yellow
1
24 V
0V
Yellow
LED display
Output
Tab. 24: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response - Output
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Displays of Counter Modules
5.3.4.1 LED Displays of Counter Modules
5.3.4.1.1. Bus IN – LED display
Fig. 14: Location of the US- and UA displays, Art. No. 56 750
LED designation
19
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Lit
Data exchange
US
Flashing
No data exchange
US
Off
No communication
20
21
Tab. 25: Status of the system communication
19
The display color indicates the voltage status.
20
Communication interrupted in at least one segment.
21
The module has no sensor supply.
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LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Green
Ok (> 18 V)
US
Red
Undervoltage
US
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 26: Status of the sensor and system supply (BusIn display)
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
UA
Green
Ok (> 18 V)
UA
Red
Undervoltage
UA
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 27: Status of the internal actuator supply (BusIn display)
5.3.4.1.2. M12 Sockets – LED Diagnostic Display
22
LED display
Voltage
channels
00…03
Voltage
channels
00…03
Diagnosis channels
00…03
Diagnosis channels
00…03
0V
0V
-
External fault
0V
0V
-
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
0V
0V
-
Actuator cut-off
-
0V
-
-
0V
0V
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
-
0V
0V
Actuator cut-off
-
Tab. 28: M12 sockets – LED Diagnostic display
22
All diagnostic displays are red.
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5.3.4.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response
Every input and output has a separate status display. It is labeled with "00…03". It is located next to
the corresponding M12 socket and allows easy mapping to the status of the peripheral components
such as sensors and actuators.
Inputs
GATE
Voltage at
input
Logical
value
0V
0
Off
24 V
1
Yellow
0V
0
Counting
Up
Off
24 V
1
Counting
Down
Yellow
0V
0
No counting impulses
Off
24 V
1
Counting impulses
Yellow
Signal
UP / DOWN
Counter
LED display
Tab. 29: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response - Input
Logical value
Voltage at output
LED display
0
0V
Off
1
24 V
Yellow
Output
Tab. 30: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response - Output
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5.3.5.1 LED Displays of RS485 - Modules
5.3.5.1.1. Bus IN – LED display
Fig. 15: Location of the US- and UA displays, Art. No. 56760
LED designation
23
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Lit
Data exchange
US
Flashing
No data exchange
US
Off
No communication
24
25
Tab. 31: Status of the system communication
23
The display color indicates the voltage status.
24
Communication interrupted in least one segment.
25
The module has no sensor supply.
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LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Green
Ok (> 18 V)
US
Red
Undervoltage
US
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 32: Status of the sensor and system supply (BusIn display)
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
UA
Green
Ok (> 18 V)
UA
Red
Undervoltage
UA
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 33: Status of the internal actuator supply (BusIn display)
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5.3.5.1.2. M12 Sockets: 0, 1 – LED Diagnostic Display
26
LED display
Voltage
channels
00…01
Voltage
channels
10…11
Diagnosis channels 00…01
Diagnosis channels
10…11
0V
0V
-
External fault
0V
0V
-
Sensor short-circuit at Pin 1
0V
0V
-
Actuator cut-off
0V
24 V
-
Actuator warning
-
0V
-
-
0V
0V
Sensor short-circuit at Pin 1
-
0V
0V
Actuator cut-off
-
24 V
0V
Actuator warning
-
Tab. 34: M12 sockets – LED diagnostic display
5.3.5.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response
Every input and output has a separate status display. It is labeled with "00…01". It is located next to
the corresponding M12 socket and allows easy mapping to the status of the peripheral components
such as sensors and actuators.
Voltage at input
00…01
10…11
Input with
N/O contact
Input with N/C contact
Logical value
27
LED display
0V
0V
0
Off
0V
24 V
1
Yellow
24 V
0V
1
Yellow
0V
0V
1
Off
0V
24 V
0
Yellow
24 V
0V
0
Yellow
-
0V
1
Red
-
24 V
0
Off
Diagnostic input
Tab. 35: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response input
26
All diagnostic displays are red.
27
If a channel-related diagnosis is available, the LED assigned to this channel is continuously lit red.
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Logical value
Voltage at output
00…01
10…11
0
0V
0V
Off
1
0V
24 V
Yellow
1
24 V
0V
Yellow
LED display
Output
Tab. 36: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response output
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
Off
No data exchange
Flashing
Data exchange
Off
No data exchange
Flashing
Data exchange
RX
TX
Tab. 37: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response output
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Displays of Logic – Modules
5.3.6.1 LED displays of Logic Modules
5.3.6.1.1. Bus IN – LED display
Fig. 16: Location of US- and UA displays, Art.-No. 56771
LED designation
28
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Lit
Data exchange
US
Flashing
No data exchange
US
Off
No communication
29
30
Tab. 38: Status of the system communication
28
The display color indicates the voltage status.
29
Communication interrupted in least one segment.
30
The module has no sensor supply.
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LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Green
Ok (> 18 V)
US
Red
Undervoltage
US
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 39: Status of the sensor and system supply (BusIn display)
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
UA
Green
Ok (> 18 V)
UA
Red
Undervoltage
UA
Off
No supply (< 12 V)
Tab. 40: Status of the internal actuator supply (BusIn display)
5.3.6.1.2. M12 sockets – LED Diagnostic Display
31
LED display
Voltage
channel 03
Voltage
channel 13
Diagnosis channel 03
Diagnosis channel 13
0V
0V
-
External fault
0V
0V
-
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
0V
0V
-
Actuator cut-off
-
0V
-
-
0V
0V
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
-
0V
0V
Actuator cut-off
-
Tab. 41: Status of the M12 sockets – LED Diagnostic Display
31
All diagnostic displays are red.
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LED display
Voltage
channels
00…02
Voltage
channels
10…12
Diagnosis channels
00…02
Diagnosis channels
10…12
0V
0V
-
External fault
0V
0V
-
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
-
0V
-
-
0V
0V
Sensor short-circuit at
Pin 1
-
Tab. 42: M12 sockets – LED Diagnostic display
32
All diagnostic displays are red.
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5.3.6.2 Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response
Every input and output has a separate status display. It is labeled with "00…03". It is located next to
the corresponding M12 socket and allows easy mapping to the status of the peripheral components
such as sensors and actuators.
Voltage at input
00…02
10…12
Logical value
0V
0V
0
Off
0V
24 V
1
Yellow
24 V
0V
1
Yellow
0V
0V
1
Off
0V
24 V
0
Yellow
24 V
0V
0
Yellow
33
LED display
Input with N/O contact
Input with N/C contact
Tab. 43: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response- Input
Logical value
Voltage at output
03
13
0
0V
0V
Off
1
0V
24 V
Yellow
1
24 V
0V
Yellow
LED display
Output
Tab. 44: Relationship between Signal Logic Representation and LED Response- Output
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If a channel-related diagnosis is available, the LED assigend to this channel is continuously lit red.
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Displays of the analog I/O – Modules
5.3.7.1 Bus IN – LED Display
The function of the Bus IN – LED display is identical to digital modules. See chapter 5.3.6.1.1 Bus In –
LED Display.
5.3.7.2 M12 Sockets – LED Diagnostic Display
LED display
Red
Measured vaiable at input
Channel-related diagnosis
-
Sensor short-circuit
> parameterized measuring range
Measuring range overshoot
< parameterized measuring range
Measuring range undershoot
< 2 mA
Wire break (only Art.No. 56730)
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Tab. 45: M12 Sockets – LED Diagnostic Display AI4 (U) / (I)
LED display
Red
Set-point at output
Channel-related diagnosis
-
Sensor short-circuit
0V
Short-circuit (only Art.-No. 56 710)
> 2 mA
Wire break (only Art.-No. 56 720)
Tab. 46: M12 sockets – LED Diagnostic Display AO4 (U) / (I)
LED display
Red
Measured vaiable at input
Channel-related diagnosis
-
Sensor short-circuit
> parameterized measuring range
Measuring range overshoot
< parameterized measuring range
Measuring range undershoot
> 2 mA
Wire break
Parameter failure
Threshold overlap for range overrshoot and undershoot
Tab. 47: M12 sockets – LED Diagnostic Display AI4 (U) / (I) Art.-Nr. 56731
Note:
The channel has no display when the channel diagnostic parameter is suppressed
for a particular error.
34
Operation mode -10V…+10 V, or 4 mA…20mA only.
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LED display
Set-point at input
Channel-related diagnosis
> 1800°C
red
Higher than parameterized
measuring range
Lower than parameterized
measuring range
0x7FFF
Wire break
Measuring range overshoot
Measuring range undershoot
Wire break
Tab. 48: M12 Buchsen – LED Diagnose Anzeige AI4 RTD
LED display
Set-point at input
Channel-related diagnosis
> 2000°C
Wire break
keine KTY
red
Higher than parameterized
measuring range
Lower than parameterized
measuring range
0x7FFF
Measuring range overshoot
Measuring range undershoot
Wire break
Tab. 49: M12 Socket – LED Diagnostic Display AI4 TH
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Displays on Power Distributor
LED display
Voltage at output
Status
Off
0V
No supply voltage connected
Green
Present
Power supply connected
Red
0V
Short-circuit at output
Tab. 50: 6-pole M12 sockets – LED – display
Undervoltage detection is not supported by the power distributor. Undervoltage diagnosis is performed
in the module supplied by the voltage drawn from the power distributor.
1
0
Fig. 17: Location of the power distributor displays
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Displays on the Valve DO16/DO8 and Cable DIO8
US
US
UA
US
In
UA
UA
In
In
Out
Diag
Diag
Diag
++49(0)719147-0
Cube67
DO16 E Valve
Art.-No. 56651
++ 49(0)719147-0
Cube67
DO16 E Valve
Art.-No. 56651
Fig. 18: location on the Valve DO16/DO8 and on Cable DIO8
5.3.9.1 Bus IN – LED display
The function of the Bus IN – LED display is identical to digital modules. See chapter 5.3.3.1.1 Bus In –
LED Display.
5.3.9.2 DIAG – LED display
Tab. 51: DIAG – LED display
LED display
Diagnosis
Off
No diagnosis
Red
Short-circuit at least at one output
Red
Wire break, “sens” wire (valve only)
Red
Sensor short-circuit (cable only)
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Displays Valve DO16 C K3
US
US
UA
US
In
UA
UA
In
In
Out
Diag
Diag
Diag
++49(0)719147-0
Cube67
DO16 E Valve
Art.-No. 56651
++ 49(0)719147-0
Cube67
DO16 E Valve
Art.-No. 56651
Fig. 19: Status of system supply on the module
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
US
Green
ok (> 18 V) and data exchange
US
Red
Undervoltage sensor supply
US
Flashing:
Red oder
Green
No data exchange
Off
No communication
oder
US
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5.3.10.1.1. UA – LED display
Tab. 52: Status of the actuator supply on the module
LED designation
LED display
Behavior
Status
UA
Green
all four actuator supplies > 18 V
UA
Red
Undervoltage one or several actuator supplies
UA
Off
No supply or one or several actuators < 12.5 V
Tab. 53: DIAG – LED display
LED display
Diagnosis
Off
No diagnosis
Red
Short-circuit at least at one output
Red
Actuator warning at least at one outptu
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Diagnosis via ProfiBus
Diagnosis status modification of the Cube67 system is reported to the DP master. The DP master then
requests the diagnostic information, which is supplied in the form of the diagnostic message described
below.
Some DP masters accept in standard configuration only diagnostic messages with a
maximum length of 32 bytes. If possible, this value should be set to the maximum
ProfiBus DP supported length of 244 bytes. Otherwise, the max. length must be limited by blinding channel-related diagnostic messages (bus node parameters, see
chapter 4.4). In this case, channel-related diagnostic is only reported in the form of a
collective bit in the station diagnostic.
The diagnostic model of ProfiBus DP distinguishes between three layers of diagnostic information.
Station-related diagnostic
- Undervoltage measured at bus node
- Undervoltage measured at I/O module
- Communication fault
- etc.
ID-related diagnostic
- Information as to which modules have diagnostic capability
Channel-related diagnostic
- Short-circuit in the supply of a sensor
- Short-circuit to 0V or overload (actuator cut-off)
- Short-circuit to +24 V (actuator warning)
- Diagnostic according to DESINA
- etc.
A plaintext message is stored in the GSD file for any possible parameterization.
Diagnostic messages can be masked out selectively via the bus node parameterization.
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Example:
In an application, the actuator supply voltage is to be monitored for undervoltage, but no diagnosis is
to be generated when the actuator voltage is switched off, e.g. in an emergency stop situation.
Solution:
The parameter “No actuator supply” of the bus node is set to “Do not report”.
Result:
No diagnosis is generated if the actuator supply voltage is less than 12 V. If the voltage is between 12
V and 18 V, the diagnosis “Undervoltage actuator supply” will be reported.
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5.4.1
Diagnosis Overflow
The Cube67 bus node can process up to 16 channel diagnostic messages and report them to the DP
master. In presence of more than 16 channel diagnostic messages, the Diag.ext_overflow bit (standard diagnostic information, byte 2) is set in the DP diagnostic message.
Additional diagnostic information are displayed via the LEDs on the I/O modules; they
are not reported in the DP diagnostic message.
Max. 16 channel-related diagnostic.
Figure 5-9: Max. number of channel diagnostic messages
Station diagnostic includes one module-related diagnostic byte for each I/O module.
Bytes 10 to 25 Module-related diagnosis (1 byte for each module)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No Sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 20: Bytes 10 to 25 Module-related diagnosis
The collective bit “Channel-related diagnostic” is only set if there is at least on channel-related diagnostic for the I/O module and if it belongs to the 32 channel-related diagnostic messages that can be
reported.
This is also the case if the channel-related diagnosis has been masked out via the bus node parameterization. The Diag.ext_overflow bit is set in both cases.
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5.4.2
Structure of a Diagnostic Message
Diagnostic information comprises standard diagnostic information (6 bytes) and manufacturer-specific
diagnostic information.
5.4.2.1 Byte 0 bis 5 : Standard Diagnostic Information
Byte 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.station_non_existent
This bit is set by the DP master if this DP slave is not accessible (for
generation of a collective diagnostic). The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.station_not_ready
This bit is set by the DP slave, if the SP slave is not ready for data exchange.
Diag.cfg_Fault
This bit is set by the DP slave, as soon as the configuration data previously received from the master does not match the configuration data
ascertained by the DP slave.
Diag.ext_diag
This bit indicates that a diagnostic entry is present in the slave specific
diagnosis area (Ext_Diag_Data).
Diag.not supported
This bit is set by the DP slave as soon as a function not supported by the
DP slave is requested.
Diag. Invalid slave response
This bit is set by the DP master as soon as an implausible response is
received from an addressed DP slave. The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.prm_fault
This bit is set by the DP slave if the previous parameter telegram was
erroneous, e.g. incorrect length, incorrect ID number, invalid parameter.
Diag.master_lock
The DP slave has been parameterized by another master. This bit is set
by the master, if the address in Byte 3 is not equal to FFhex and is not
equal to own address. The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Fig. 21: Byte 0 bis 5 : Standard Diagnostic Information
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Byte 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.Prm_req
If the DP slave sets this bit, it has to be re-parameterized and reconfigured. This bit remains set until a new parameterization is finished.
Diag.Stat_diag
If the DP slave sets this bit, the DP master must collect diagnostic data
until this bit is deleted. The DP slave sets this bit, if it can not provide
valid utility data, for instance.
Set to 1
Diag.WD_ON
If this bit is set to 1, the Watch-dog-timer is activated.
Diag.freeze_mode
This bit is set by the DP slave as soon as it receives the Freeze command.
Sync_mode
This bit is set by the DP slave as soon as it receives the Sync command.
Diag.Not_Present
This bit is set by the DP master for the DP slaves not contained in the
master parameter block. The DP slave sets this bit to zero.
Diag.deactivated
This bit is set by the DP master as soon as the DP slave is removed from
the master parameter block of the DP master. The DP slave always sets
this bit to zero.
Fig. 22: Byte 1
Byte 2
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
reserved
Diag.ext_overflow
If this bit is set, there is more diagnostic information available than is
specified in Ext_Diag_Data. For example, the DP slave sets this bit
whent there is more channel diagnostic information available than the DP
slave can enter into ist send buffer. The DP master sets this bit when the
DP slave sends more diagnostic information than the DP master can take
into account in ist diagnostic buffer.
Fig. 23: Byte 2
Byte 3
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diag.master_lock
The address of the DP master which has parameterized the DP slave is
entered into this byte. If the DP slave is not parameterized by a DP master, the DP slave sets the address Ffhex in this byte.
Fig. 24: Byte 3
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Byte 4
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ID number highbyte (here: 06hex)
Fig. 25: Byte 4
Byte 5
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ID number of lowbyte (here: 4Dhex)
Fig. 26: Byte 5
5.4.2.2 Station-related Diagnostic Byte 6 to 25
Byte 6 Device-related diagnostic - headerbyte
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Block length in bytes, incl. header byte. Here: 14hex / 20dez
Reserved for 00bin
Fig. 27: Byte 6
5.4.2.2.1. System-wide Diagnostic Byte 7 to 9
Byte 7 Bus node
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage bus node supply
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Not enough modules
Too many modules
Wrong module
Fig. 28: Byte 7
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Byte 8 System voltages
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply segment 0/2
No sensor supply segment 0/2
Undervoltage sensor supply segment 1/3
No sensor supply segment 1/3
Undervoltage actuator supply segment 0/2
No actuator supply segment 0/2
Undervoltage actuator supply segment 1/3
No actuator supply segment 1/3
Fig. 29: Byte 8
Byte 9 Short-circuit / Overload System Voltages
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Short-circuit sensor supply segment 0
Short-circuit sensor supply segment 1
Short-circuit sensor supply segment 2
Short-circuit sensor supply segment 3
Short-circuit actuator supply segment 0
Short-circuit actuator supply segment 1
Short-circuit actuator supply segment 2
Short-circuit actuator supply segment 3
Fig. 30: Byte 9
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5.4.2.2.2. Module-related Diagnostic Byte 10 to 25
If placeholders have been inserted into the configuration, they are also counted when
module-related diagnostic messages are numbered.
Byte 10
7
6
5
Module 0
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 31: Byte 10
Byte 11
7
6
5
Module 1
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 32: Byte 11
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Byte 12
7
6
5
Module 2
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 33: Byte 12
Byte 13
7
6
5
Module 3
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 34: Byte 13
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Byte 14
7
6
5
Module 4
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 35: Byte 14
Byte 15
7
6
5
Module 5
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 36: Byte 15
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Byte 16
7
6
5
Module 6
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 37: Byte 16
Byte 17
7
6
5
Module 7
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 38: Byte 17
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Byte 18
7
6
5
Module 8
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 39: Byte 18
Byte 19
7
6
5
Module 9
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 40: Byte 19
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Byte 20
7
6
5
Module 10
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 41: Byte 20
Byte 21
7
6
5
Module 11
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 42: Byte 21
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Byte 22
7
6
5
Module 12
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 43: Byte 22
Byte 23
7
6
5
Module 13
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 44: Byte 23
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Byte 24
7
6
5
Module 14
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 45: Byte 24
Byte 25
7
6
5
Module 15
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage sensor supply
No sensor supply
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
Undervoltage external actuator supply
No external actuator supply
Channel-related diagnostic
Communication error
Fig. 46: Byte 25
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5.4.2.3 ID-related diagnostic bytes 26 to 28
Byte 26
7
6
5
ID-related diagnostic (header byte)
4
3
2
1
0
Block length in bytes, incl. header byte. Here: 03hex / 03dez
Reserved for 01 bin
Fig. 47: Byte 26
Byte 27
7
6
5
Identification
4
3
2
1
0
Module 0 has diagnostic
Module 1 has diagnostic
Module 2 has diagnostic
Module 3 has diagnostic
Module 4 has diagnostic
Module 5 has diagnostic
Module 6 has diagnostic
Module 7 has diagnostic
Fig. 48: Byte 27
Byte 28
7
6
5
Identification
4
3
2
1
0
Module 8 has diagnostic
Module 9 has diagnostic
Module 10 has diagnostic
Module 11 has diagnostic
Module 12 has diagnostic
Module 13 has diagnostic
Module 14 has diagnostic
Module 15 has diagnostic
Fig. 49: Byte 28
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5.4.2.4 Channel-related diagnostic byte 29 to 31 and following
Three bytes are assigned in the diagnostic message for each channel-related diagnostic. If, for example, 5 channel-related diagnostics ar available, a total of 5 * 3 = 15 bytes channel-related diagnostic
information will follow from byte 29.
Byte 29
7
6
5
ID number
4
3
2
1
0
ID number 0…63
Reserved for 10 bin
Fig. 50: Byte 29
Byte 30 Channel number
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Channel number 0…63. Cube67 : 00..07 (Pin 4) or 10..17 (Pin 2)
Input/output
00 bin = reserved
01 bin = input
10 bin = output
11 bin = input/output
Fig. 51: Byte 30
Byte 31
7
6
5
Fault type
4
3
2
1
0
Fault type (see chapter 5.6)
01hex (01dez)…Short circuit (in sensor supply)
06hex (06dez)…Wire break
07hex (07dez)…Upper threshold overshot
08hex (08dez)…Lower threshold undershot
17hex (23dez) Actuator warning
18hex (24dez)…Actuator cut-off
1Ahex (26dez) External fault
Input/output
000 bin = reserved
001 bin = Bit
010 bin = 2 bits
011 bin = 4 bits
100 bin = byte
101 bin = word
110 bin = 2 words
111 bin = reserved
Fig. 52: Byte 31
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5.4.2.4.1. Examples of Channel-related Diagnostic:
This example refers to module number 0. For another module number the 1st byte will be accordingly
higher (81hex, 82hex…).
Short-circuit in sensor supply
Channel
1st byte
00 – Pin 4 Sock. 0 80hex
01 – Pin 4 Sock. 1 80hex
02 – Pin 4 Sock. 2 80hex
03 – Pin 4 Sock. 3 80hex
04 – Pin 4 Sock. 4 80hex
05 – Pin 4 Sock. 5 80hex
06 – Pin 4 Sock. 6 80hex
07 – Pin 4 Sock. 7 80hex
10 – Pin 2 Sock. 0 80hex
11 – Pin 2 Sock. 1 80hex
12 – Pin 2 Sock. 2 80hex
13 – Pin 2 Sock. 3 80hex
14 – Pin 2 Sock. 4 80hex
15 – Pin 2 Sock. 5 80hex
16 – Pin 2 Sock. 6 80hex
17 – Pin 2 Sock. 7 80hex
2nd byte
40hex
41hex
42hex
43hex
44hex
45hex
46hex
47hex
4Ahex
4Bhex
4Chex
4Dhex
4Ehex
4Fhex
50hex
51hex
3rd byte
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
21hex
Actuator cut-off
Channel
00 – Pin 4 Sock. 0
01 – Pin 4 Sock. 1
02 – Pin 4 Sock. 2
03 – Pin 4 Sock. 3
04 – Pin 4 Sock. 4
05 – Pin 4 Sock. 5
06 – Pin 4 Sock. 6
07 – Pin 4 Sock. 7
10 – Pin 2 Sock. 0
11 – Pin 2 Sock. 1
12 – Pin 2 Sock. 2
13 – Pin 2 Sock. 3
14 – Pin 2 Sock. 4
15 – Pin 2 Sock. 5
16 – Pin 2 Sock. 6
17 – Pin 2 Sock. 7
2nd byte
80hex
81hex
82hex
83hex
84hex
85hex
86hex
87hex
8Ahex
8Bhex
8Chex
8Dhex
8Ehex
8Fhex
90hex
91hex
3rd byte
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
38hex
1st byte
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
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Actuator warning
Channel
00 – Pin 4 Sock. 0
01 – Pin 4 Sock. 1
02 – Pin 4 Sock. 2
03 – Pin 4 Sock. 3
04 – Pin 4 Sock. 4
05 – Pin 4 Sock. 5
06 – Pin 4 Sock. 6
07 – Pin 4 Sock. 7
10 – Pin 2 Sock. 0
11 – Pin 2 Sock. 1
12 – Pin 2 Sock. 2
13 – Pin 2 Sock. 3
14 – Pin 2 Sock. 4
15 – Pin 2 Sock. 5
16 – Pin 2 Sock. 6
17 – Pin 2 Sock. 7
1st byte
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
2nd byte
80hex
81hex
82hex
83hex
84hex
85hex
86hex
87hex
8Ahex
8Bhex
8Chex
8Dhex
8Ehex
8Fhex
90hex
91hex
3rd byte
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
37hex
External fault
Channel
10 – Pin 2 Sock. 0
11 – Pin 2 Sock. 1
12 – Pin 2 Sock. 2
13 – Pin 2 Sock. 3
14 – Pin 2 Sock. 4
15 – Pin 2 Sock. 5
16 – Pin 2 Sock. 6
17 – Pin 2 Sock. 7
1st byte
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
80hex
2nd byte
4Ahex
4Bhex
4Chex
4Dhex
4Ehex
4Fhex
50hex
51hex
3rd byte
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
3Ahex
5.5
Evaluation of the Diagnostic Messages in the PLC
Access to the data of the diagnostic message depends on the DP master used. Please refer to the
relevant documentation.
Siemens offers functional modules for its PLCs that facilitate data evaluation. They can be ordered
through Siemens’ internet homepage.
5.6
Troubleshooting
This chapter describes possible failure characteristics and useful information for error correction.
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Troubleshooting in a ProfiBus Network
Below we listed the most current errors in a ProfiBus network. This list is not exhaustive. For checking correct installation, different manufacturers offer many
useful diagnostic tools (line tester, ProfiBus tester, ProfiBus monitor).
Error
DP diagnostic
LED Displays
Possible cause
Station without supply.
No address or invalid address set.
The set address is already used.
Terminating resistor between master and station is switched on.
Station is not
accessible or
communication
error
Parameterization or configuration error
Flashing BusRun LED
on the bus node.
No slave
reply
Standard diagnostic:
Bit Diag.PrmFault
or
Bit Diag.CfgFault
set.
If the module is not
supplied, all LEDs are
off.
Wrong termination of the ProfiBus
segment
Stub Lines
Baud rates up to 1.5 Mbit/s max.
6.6m
With higher baud rates, stub lines
are not admissible.
Extension of the ProfiBus segment
is too large.
For addmissible cable lengths see
table.
Projected modules differ from ac- Flashing BusRun LED tually installed modules.
on the bus node.
- CfgF LED on the bus Error in the internal system connecnode is red.
tion
Solution
Supply station.
Set correct address.
Every ProfiBus segment must have an explicit and
unique address
I.d.R werden bei Einschalten des Abschlusswiderstands
in einem ProfiBusstecker die nachfolgenden Teilnehmer
vom ProfiBus getrennt. Überprüfen Sie, dass ausschließlich an den Enden des ProfiBus-Segements die
Abschlusswiderstände eingeschaltet sind.
Both ends of a ProfiBus segment must be fitted with a
terminal resistor. With low baud rates the network can
apparently be operated despite wrong termination. This
may cause sporadic faults during operation.
If stub lines cannot be avaided, preferably use specific
“active” stub lines or repeaters. Please note that the
number of repeaters used in a segment is limited.
Please refer to the relevant documentation of the repeater.
Use repeaters for dividing large segments into several
segments.
Check whether projected modules are actually present
and correctly connected to the bux node.
See chapter 4.4.
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Error
Connection to
the DP master
interrupted
during operation.
DP diagnostic
No slave reply
LED Displays
Possible cause
Solution
BusRun LED flashing
Short-circuit or interruption in the
ProfiBus line.
Check the ProfiBus line.
Check which stations are still accessible in order to locate the error.
(Preferably use the system with lower baud rate.)
Table 5-17: Troubleshooting in a ProfiBus Network
Baud rate in kBit/s
9.6
19.2
45.45
93.75
187.5
500
1500
3000
6000
12000
Cable length in m
1200
1200
1200
1200
1000
400
200
100
100
100
Tab. 54: Max. permissible cable lengths in a ProfiBus segment
5.6.2
Troubleshooting in the Internal System Connection
In addition to defective cables or faulty connections, please check the following points:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The connected I/O modules must be in accordance with the configuration and guarantee replaceability.
The order of I/O modules must be in accordance with the configured order.
Connectors are screwed down.
Use exclusively pre-wired Murrelektronik cables.
Connection of functional ground and shield according to EMC requirements.
System extension is limited to 5 m per segment. Without MICO or an equivalent selective working fuse the length per segment of the internal system
connection must not exceed 5 m. The admissible length of the internal system connection of a segment may amount to maximum 10 m with the bus
node an upstream MICO or an equivalent selective working fuse .
The max. number of modules per segment is 4.
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Internal system connection interrupted
Communication error
The module
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DP diagnostic
If the system was already
in data exchange mode,
communication error is
reported for all modules
not accessible.
If the module has not yet
exchanged data (startup)
PrmFault or CfgFault is
reported: planned configuration differs from actual
one.
If the system was already
in data exchange mode,
communication error is
reported for all modules
not accessible.
LED Displays
Possible cause
Solution
US LED on the corresponding
I/O-module is off.
US LED of the affected segment of the bus node is flashing.
Error in the internal system
connection
Replace cable.
Connector of internal system
connection not incorrectly
connected.
Screw down the plug.
Error in the internal system
connection
Replace cable.
Connector of internal system
connection not incorrectly
connected.
Screw down the plug.
Segment of internal system
connection is not terminated.
If the last module is an extension module, the
extension interface of the internal system connection must always be fitted with a terminating resistance.
Sensor supply of the I/O module is < 12 V.
Incerase the sensor supply voltage. Observe
max. values.
The US LEDs of accessible
modules are flashing.
US LED on I/O module flashing
US LED of the affected segment of the bus node is flashing.
See error: Internal system connection interrupted
Tab. 55: Troubleshooting in the Internal System Connection
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5.7
Diagnostic and Configuration Check
5.7.1
General Information
This function is available from bus node version 3.1.
The bus node helps you to quickly find and resolve typically errors that can occur during installation of
a Cube system.
The bus node compares your planned configuration with the modules detected after the voltage
supply is enabled.
Three different sources of error are identified and signalled both via the ProfiBus diagnostic and the
LED displays of the bus node.
Cause
Less modules are installed than projected.
More modules are installed than projected.
A module was found that does not match the module configured for this slot.
Signal
CfgErr LED = red
CfgErr LED = red
CfgErr LED = red
Us LED flashing on the segment
where the deviation was found.
The first error location is always reported. This way, it is avoided that possible subsequent errors are also reported. Multiple errors in the configuration require several
steps for troubleshooting.
If several identical modules are installed one after another, the last module will be indicated as error
location. Observing the following rules you can easily find the error location.
c :Always check the installation starting at the reported error location from module to module in backwards direction, until you will find a deviation between the installed and the projected module.
d : After troubleshooting activate a power reset of the Cube system. If a new configuration error is
found, proceed again according to rule 1.
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ProfiBus-Diagnostic
In Byte 7 of the ProfiBus diagnostic you will find the detected cause of error:
Byte 7 Bus node
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Undervoltage bus node supply
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Not enough modules
Too many modules
Wrong module
Fig. 53: Byte 7
Not enough modules
Too many modules
Wrong module
There are fewer modules in the system than determined in the configuration.
There are more modules in the system than determined in the configuration.
A wrong module was found in the configuration (part no.)
If a wrong module was found, the corresponding port is additionally reported via the station-related
module diagnostic (Byte 10 to 25). Bit 7 (“communication error”) is set in the byte allocated to this slot.
Bytes 10 to 25 Module (port) 0 to 15
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Mod 0: Undervoltage sensor supply
Mod 0: No sensor supply
Mod 0: Undervoltage actuator supply
Mod 0: No actuator supply
Mod 0: Undervoltage external actuator supply
Mod 0: No external actuator supply
Mod 0: Channel-related diagnostic
Mod 0: Communication error
Fig. 54: Byte 10 to 25
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Examples
• wrong module installed
CfgErr rot
Us gree flashing
" wrong module"
"Mod 4: communication error "
Fig. 55: Wrong module installed
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• fewer modules installed than actually projected
CfgErr rot
Us gree flashing
cable break
" fewe modules"
Fig. 56: fewer modules installed than actually projected
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• more modules installed than projected
CfgErr rot
"more modules installed"
Fig. 57: More modules installed than projected
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6.
Module
6.1
Cube67 BN-P – Art.Nr. 56501
The bus node supports a maximum data length of 64 bytes of input data and 64 bytes
of output data. The maximum supported parameter length of all modules amounts
196 bytes (see Parameter lengths of IO ).
The first four user bytes contain parameter that are valid for the complete Cube67 system. Reserved
bytes must always be written with zero.
Byte
0
1
2
3
Byte in message
7
8
9
10
Signification
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Global settings
Bytes 0 to 2 are reserved bytes
Byte 3 Globale settings
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diagnostic messages
Channel-related diagnostic messages
Undervoltage bus/sensor supply, node
Configuration check
Undervoltage bus/sensor supply, modules
No bus/sensor supply, modules
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
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Diagnostic messages
Enable global diagnostics
Disable global diagnostics
Signification
Diagnostic messages are reported.
Diagnostic messages are not reported
Channel-related diagnostic messages
Enable channel diagnostics
Disable channel diagnostics
Signification
Undervoltage bus/sensor supply
node
Report
Do not report
Signification
Configuration check
Standard
Extended
Signification
Start only when planned and actual configuration are identical.
Start via the machine option service.
Undervoltage bus/sensor supply
modules
Report
Do not report
Signification
No bus/sensor supply modules
Report
Do not report
Signification
No supply (< 12 V) of the sensors is reported.
No supply (< 12 V) of the sensors is not reported.
Undervoltage actuator supply
Report
Do not report
Signification
Undervoltage (< 18 V) actuator supply is reported.
Undervoltage (< 18 V) actuator supply is not reported.
No actuator supply
Signification
Report
Do not report
No supply (< 12 V) of the actuators is reported.
No supply (< 12 V) of the actuators is not reported.
Channel-related diagnostic messages are reported.
Channel-related diagnostic messages are not reported.
Undervoltage (< 18 V) of the bus node is reported.
Undervoltage (< 18 V) of the bus node is not reported.
Undervoltage (< 18V) sensor supply is reported.
Undervoltage (< 18V) sensor supply is not reported.
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Cube67 BN-P – Art.Nr. 56531
The bus node supports a maximum data length of 64 bytes of input data and 64 bytes
of output data. The maximum supported parameter length of all modules amounts
196 bytes (see Parameter lengths of IO ).
The first four user bytes contain parameter that are valid for the complete Cube67 system. Reserved
bytes must always be written with zero.
Byte
0
1
2
3
Byte in message
7
8
9
10
Signification
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Global settings
Byte 0 to 2 reserved
Byte 3 global settings
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Diagnostic messages
Channel-related diagnostic messages
Undervoltage bus/sensor supply, node
Configuration check
Undervoltage bus/sensor supply, modules
No bus/sensor supply, modules
Undervoltage actuator supply
No actuator supply
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Diagnostic messages
Enable global diagnostics
Disable global diagnostics
Signification
Diagnostic messages are reported.
No diagnostic messages are reported.
Channel-related diagnostic messages
Enable channel diagnostics
Disable channel diagnostics
Signification
Undervoltage Bus/sensor supply
node
Report
Do not report
Signification
Configuration check
Standard
Extended
Signification
Start only when planned and actual configuration are identical.
Start via the machine option service.
Undervoltage Bus/sensor supply
modules
Report
Do not report
Signification
No bus/sensor supply modules
Report
Do not report
Signification
No supply (< 12 V) of the sensors is reported.
No supply (< 12 V) of the sensors is not reported.
Undervoltage actuator supply
Report
Do not report
Signification
Undervoltage (< 18 V) actuator supply is reported.
Undervoltage (< 18 V) actuator supply is not reported.
No actuator supply
Signification
Report
Do not report
No supply (< 12 V) of the actuators is reported.
No supply (< 12 V) of the actuators is not reported.
Channel-related diagnostic messages are reported.
Channel-related diagnostic messages are not reported.
Undervoltage (< 18 V) of the bus node is reported.
Undervoltage (< 18 V) of the bus node is not reported.
Undervoltage (< 18V) sensor supply is reported.
Undervoltage (< 18V) sensor supply is not reported.
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Cube20 Modules on Cube67 BN-P
For the Cube67 BN-P, the Cube20 modules described in this chapter can only be
used via the module Cube20 BN67 DIO8 Art. No. 56450.
6.3.1
Cube20 BN67 DIO8 – Art. No. 56 450
6.3.1.1 Identification
Description
Cube20 BN67 DIO8
Art. No. Process data
Input
Output
56450
1 byte
1 byte
Identification
C2hex 00hex 00hex DChex 82hex
6.3.1.2 Bit assignment I/O - Data
6.3.1.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 (Terminal X3)
Bit
7
6
Channel 03
02
5
01
4
00
Byte 0 (Terminal X2)
3
2
1
03
02
01
0
00
4
00
Byte 0 (Terminal X2)
3
2
1
03
02
01
0
00
6.3.1.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 (Terminal X3)
Bit
7
6
Channel 03
02
5
01
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6.3.1.3 Parameterization
Length of the parameter: 1 Byte.
6.3.1.4 Function Channel X2 00…03 and X3 00…03
Decimal Bit 0
0
0
1
1
6.3.2
Signification
NO input
Output
Bit Assignment of the Parameter Bytes
Byte 0:
7
6
Funktion Kanal X2 00…03 und X3 00…03
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function channel X2:00
Function channel X2:01
Function channel X2:02
Function channel X2:03
Function channel X3:00
Function channel X3:01
Function channel X3:02
Function channel X3:03
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Cube20 DI32 Art.-No.: 56112
6.3.3.1 Identification
Description
Art.
Cube20 DI32
56112
Process data
Identification
Input
Output
4 bytes
0 byte
0x42,0x03,0xDB,0x30
6.3.3.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
6.3.3.3 bit assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM
Bit
Terminal
7
X0 07
6
X0 06
5
X0 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X1 07
6
X1 06
5
X1 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X2 07
6
X2 06
5
X2 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X3 07
6
X3 06
5
X3 05
Byte 0
4
X0 04
Byte 1
4
X1 04
Byte 2
4
X2 04
Byte 3
4
X3 04
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X1 03
2
X1 02
1
X1 01
0
X1 00
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
3
X3 03
2
X3 02
1
X3 01
0
X3 00
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Cube20 DO16 Art. No.: 56117
6.3.4.1 Identification
Description
Art.
Cube20 DO16
56117
Process data
Identification
Input
Output
0 bytes
4 bytes
0x82,0x01,0xDB,0x35
6.3.4.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
6.3.4.3 Bit assignment I/O – Data – Output Data ODM
Bit
terminal
7
X1 03
6
X1 02
5
X1 01
Bit
terminal
7
X3 03
6
X3 02
5
X3 01
6.3.5
Byte 0
4
X1 00
Byte 1
4
X3 00
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
Cube20 DO32 Art.-No.: 56118
6.3.5.1 Identification
Description
Cube20 DO32
Art.
56118
Process data
Input
Output
0 byte
4 bytes
Identification
0x82,0x03,0xDB,0x36
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6.3.5.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
6.3.5.3 Bit assignment I/O – Data – Output Data ODM
Bit
Terminal
7
X0 07
6
X0 06
5
X0 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X1 07
6
X1 06
5
X1 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X2 07
6
X2 06
5
X2 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X3 07
6
X3 06
5
X3 05
6.3.6
Byte 0
4
X0 04
Byte 1
4
X1 04
Byte 2
4
X2 04
Byte 3
4
X3 04
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X1 03
2
X1 02
1
X1 01
0
X1 00
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
3
X3 03
2
X3 02
1
X3 01
0
X3 00
Cube20 DI16 DO16 Art.-No.: 56168
Identification
Description
Art.
Cube20 DI16 DO16
56168
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
0xC2,0x01,0x01,0xDB,0x68
6.3.6.1 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 0
6.3.6.2 Bit assignment I/O - Data
Bit assignment I/O – Data – Input data IDM
Bit
Terminal
7
X2 07
6
X2 06
5
X2 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X3 07
6
X3 06
5
X3 05
Byte 0
4
X2 04
Byte 1
4
X3 04
3
X2 03
2
X2 02
1
X2 01
0
X2 00
3
X3 03
2
X3 02
1
X3 01
0
X3 00
Table 5-17: Input data Cube20 DI16 DO16 Art.-No.: 56168
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Bit assignment I/O – Data – Output Data ODM
Bit
Terminal
7
X0 07
6
X0 06
5
X0 05
Bit
Terminal
7
X1 07
6
X1 06
5
X1 05
6.3.7
Byte 0
4
X0 04
Byte 1
4
X1 04
3
X0 03
2
X0 02
1
X0 01
0
X0 00
3
X1 03
2
X1 02
1
X1 01
0
X1 00
Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200 / 56201
6.3.7.1 Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56200
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AI4 U/I
56201
Process data
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
Identification
0x42,0x43,0xDB,0x88
6.3.7.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I
Art. No.: 56200
Number of Parameter bytes: 12
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 3 (channel 1), 6 (channel 2), 9 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: measuring range, diagnostics, data format, smoothing
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing
0 0 = None
0 1 = Weak
1 0 = Moderate
1 1 = Strong
reserviert
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1…2, 4…5, 7…8, 10…11
Reserved
6.3.7.2.1. Explanation of Smoothing (Only Cube20 AI4 U/I Modules)
The analog signal can be prefiltered in the device, in order to reduce sensitivity to short-term jitter.
The measuring time per channel is 4.0 ms. The total cycle time is the result of the measuring time per
channel + 4.0 ms. The diagram below illustrates the module behavior to a step response in an active
channel.
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6.3.7.3 Identification of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No. 56201
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AI4 U/I
56201
Process data
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
Identification
0x42,0x43,0xDB,0x89
6.3.7.4 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AI4 U/I
Art. No.: 56201
Number of Parameter bytes: 16
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 4 (channel 1), 8 (channel 2), 12 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: measuring range, diagnostics, data format, smoothing
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing
0 0 = None
0 1 = Weak
1 0 = Moderate
1 1 = Strong
reserved
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1, 5, 9, 13
reserved
For explanation of smoothing please see "Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56200".
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 2 and 3 (channel 0), 6 and 7 (channel 1), 10 and 11 (channel
2), 14 and 15 (channel 3)
Byte 2, 6, 10, 14 channel 0…3: Delta low Byte
Byte 3, 7, 11, 15 channel 0…3: Delta high Byte
Decimal
Byte
Signification
0 – 32767
0 – 0x7FFF
Delta
6.3.7.4.1. Delta Value (Only Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.: 56201)
The delta value can be used to define the number of increments to increase or reduce the last measured value, in order to update the analog input value. This parameter can be used for reducing the bus
load of the internal system connection.
Example: The last value measured was 1000. With a delta of 100, the next measurand will only be
sent, if it is < 900 or > 1100.
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6.3.7.5 Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.No.: 56200 / 56201
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
Byte
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
LSB
8
9
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
3
MSB
15
VZ
14
I/O data
4
5
3
2
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
2
1
9
LSB
8
MSB
7
6
1
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
1
LSB
0
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6.3.7.6 Representation of analog values of Cube20 AI4 U/I Art.-No.:
56200 / 56201
Representation of analog values of input data 16 Bit with sign
decimal
hexadecimal
binary
> 11.7589 V
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
11.7589 V
32511
7EFF
0111 1110 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
From threshold value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
10 V
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
10.0004 V
…
Overshooting
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
0...10 V
Nominal range
0.0004 V
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
<0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
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decimal
hexadecimal
binary
> 11.7589 V
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
11.7589 V
32511
7EFF
0111 1110 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
From threshold value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
10 V
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.0004 V
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
CA00
1100 1010 0000 0000
Nominal range
9400
1001 0100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-10.0004 V
-27649
93FF
1001 0011 1111 1111
Undershooting
No
From threshold value
…
-27648
…
-10 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
-13824
…
-5 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
1
…
0.0004 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
10.0004 V
…
Overshooting
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
-10...+10 V
Undershooting
-11.759 V
-32512
8100
1000 0001 0000 0000
Undershooting
Yes
< -11.759 V
-32768
8000
1000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
Yes
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decimal
hexadecimal
decimal
> 22.963 mA
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
22.963 mA
31744
7C00
0111 1110 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
From threshold value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
…
13824
…
10 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
20.0007 mA
…
Overshooting
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
< 0...20 mA
Nominal range
0.0007 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
<0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
No
Range
Diagnostic
binary
> 22.8142 mA
32767
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
Overshooting
Yes
22.8142 mA
32511
7EFF
0111 1100 0000 0000
Overshooting
Yes
From threshold value
6C01
0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
…
13824
…
12 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
27649
…
20.0006 mA
…
Overshooting
…
…
hexadecimal
…
decimal
…
Measuring value
…
Measuring
range
< 4...20 mA
Nominal range
4.0006 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
4 mA
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
< 4 mA
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
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6.3.8
Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221
6.3.8.1 Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56220
Description
Art.
No.
Cube20 AO4 U/I
Process data
56220
Identification
Input
Output
0 words
4 words
0x82,0x43,0xDB,0x9C
6.3.8.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I
Art. No.: 56220
Number of Parameter bytes: 12
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 3 (channel 1), 6 (channel 2), 9 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: Measuring range, diagnostics, data format
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
reserved
reserved
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1…2, 4…5, 7…8, 10…11
Reserved
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6.3.8.3 Identification of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No. 56221
Description
Art.
No.
Cube20 AO4 U/I
Process data
56221
Identification
Input
Output
0 words
4 words
0x82,0x43,0xDB,0x9D
6.3.8.4 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes Cube20 AO4 U/I
Art. No.: 56221
Number of Parameter bytes: 16
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 0 (channel 0), 4 (channel 1), 8 (channel 2), 12 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Channel 0…3: Measuring range, diagnostics, data format
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range channel 0…3
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = 0..10V
0 1 0 = +/-10V
0 1 1 = 4..20 mA
1 0 0 = 0..20 mA
Diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1…3, 5…7, 9…11, 13…15,
Reserved
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6.3.8.5 Binary Representation of the Analog Data of Cube20 AO4 U/I
Art.-No.: 56220 / 56221
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
Byte
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
LSB
8
9
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
3
MSB
15
VZ
14
I/O data
4
5
3
2
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
2
1
9
LSB
8
MSB
7
6
1
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
1
LSB
0
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6.3.8.6 Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AO4 U/I Art.-No.:
56220 / 56221
Representation of analog values of output data 16 Bit with sign
>= 27649
>= 6C01
10 V
27648
6C00
Diagnostic
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
10 V
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Output range
0...10 V
Nominal range
0.0004 V
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
0
<0
<0000
< 0000 0000 0000 0000
Undershooting
No
Range
Diagnostic
binary
10 V
>= 27649
>= 6C01
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
10 V
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.0004 V
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
CA00
1100 1010 0000 0000
Nominal range
…
-13824
…
-5 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
1
…
0.0004 V
…
Nominal range
…
…
13824
…
5V
…
Nominal range
…
…
hexadecimal
…
decimal
…
Measured value
…
Measuring
range
-10...+10 V
Nominal range
-10 V
-27648
9400
1001 0100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-10 V
<= -27649
<= 93FF
<= 1001 0011 1111 1111
Undershooting
No
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decimal
hexadecimal
binary
20 mA
>= 27649
>= 6C01
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
…
13824
…
10 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
Diagnostic
…
Range
…
Measured value
…
Measuring
range
0...20 mA
Nominal range
0.0007 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
Range
Diagnostic
binary
20 mA
>= 27649
>= 6C01
>= 0110 1100 0000 0001
Overshooting
No
20 mA
27648
6C00
0110 1100 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
No
No
No
3600
0011 0110 0000 0000
Nominal range
…
13824
…
12 mA
…
Nominal range
…
…
hexadecimal
…
decimal
…
Measured value
…
Measuring
range
4...20 mA
Nominal range
4.0006 mA
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
4 mA
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
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Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.: 56230
6.3.9.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AI4 RTD
Process data
56230
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
Identification
0x42,0x43,0xDB,0xA6
6.3.9.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 5
Bit assignment of parameter byte 0
Byte 0
7
6
Channel 0: data format, temperature unit,
channel diagnostics
5
4
3
2
1
0
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Temperature unit
0 = Celcius
1 = Fahrenheit
reserved
Channel diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
reserved
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1 (channel 0), 2 (channel 1), 3 (channel 2), 4 (channel 3)
Byte
7
Measurement channel 0…3 and sensor
channel 0…3
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement channel 0…3
0 0 = Inactive
0 1 = 3-wire technology
1 0 = 2-wire technology
reserved
Sensor channel 0
0 0 0 0 = Platinum 100
0 0 0 1 = Platinum 200
0 0 1 0 = Platinum 500
0 0 1 1 = Platinum 1000
0 1 0 0 = Nickel 100
0 1 0 1 = Nickel 120
0 1 1 0 = Nickel 200
0 1 1 1 = Nickel 500
1 0 0 0 = Nickel 1000
1 0 0 1 = Resistor
reserved
6.3.9.3 Binary Representation of Analog Data
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
1
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
9
LSB
8
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Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
MSB
15
VZ
14
3
2
2
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
1
1
9
LSB
8
MSB
7
6
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
LSB
0
1
6.3.9.4 Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 RTD Art.-No.:
56230
Representation of analog values of input data 16 Bit with sign
The data is represented in steps of 1/10 Ohm for the resistance range, in steps of 1/10 degree Celsius
or 1/10 degree Fahrenheit for the temperature ranges.
Analog values for the unit "degree Celsius"
8500
2134
850 °C
8500
2134
0010 0001 0011 0100
Overshooting
0010 0001 0011 0100
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 850 °C
Diagnostic
…
decimal
Range
…
Measuring value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Pt 100 / Pt 200 / Pt 500 /
Pt 1000
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
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2500
09C4
250 °C
2500
09C4
0000 1001 1100 0100
Overshooting
0000 1001 1100 0100
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0000
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 250 °C
Diagnostic
…
decimal
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Ni 100 / Ni 120 / Ni 200 /
Ni 500 / Ni 1000
Nominal range
-60 °C
-600
FDA8
1111 1101 1010 1000
Nominal range
No
< -60 °C
-600
FDA8
1111 1101 1010 1000
Undershooting
From threshold value
Range
Diagnostic
Analog values for the unit "degree Fahrenheit"
15620
3D04
0011 1101 0000 0100
Overshooting
1562 °F
15620
3D04
0011 1101 0000 0100
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
1
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 1562 °F
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Pt 100 / Pt 200 / Pt 500 /
Pt 1000
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
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4820
12D4
482 °F
4820
12D4
0001 0010 1101 0100
Overshooting
0001 0010 1101 0100
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
1
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 482 °F
Diagnostic
…
decimal
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Ni 100 / Ni 120 / Ni 200 /
Ni 500 / Ni 1000
Nominal range
-76 °F
-760
FD08
1111 1101 0000 1000
Nominal range
No
< -76 °F
-760
FD08
1111 1101 0000 1000
Undershooting
From threshold value
Measuring range
Resistor
decimal
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
Range
Diagnostic
Overshooting
3000
30000
7530
0111 0101 0011 0000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
…
0111 0101 0011 0000
…
7530
…
30000
…
> 3000
Nominal range
0,1
1
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
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Cube20 AI4 TH Art.-No.: 56240
6.3.10.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
Cube20 AI4 TH
56240
Process data
Input
Output
4 words
0 words
Identification
0x42,0x43,0xDB,0xB0
6.3.10.2 Number and Bit Assignment of Parameter Bytes
Number of Parameter bytes: 5
Bit assignment of parameter byte 0
Byte 0
7
6
Channel 0: data format, temperature unit,
channel diagnostics
5
4
3
2
1
0
Data format
0 = Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 = Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Temperature unit
0 = Celcius
1 = Fahrenheit
reserved
Channel diagnostic
0 = Report
1 = Do not report
reserved
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Bit assignment of parameter bytes 1 (channel 0), 2 (channel 1), 3 (channel 2), 4 (channel 3)
Byte
7
6
Channel 0…3:
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement channel 0
0 0 0 = Inactive
0 0 1 = Type K
0 1 0 = Type N
0 1 1 = Type J
1 0 0 = Type E
1 0 1 = Type R
reserved
6.3.10.3 Binary Representation of Analog Data
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Intel format
Byte
Channel
Bit
7
6
3
MSB
7
6
I/O data
4
5
3
2
5
Byte
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
7
2
1
1
1
LSB
0
MSB
15
VZ
14
0
0
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
6
LSB
8
9
Bit assignment of I/O – data in Motorola format
Byte
Channel
Bit
Byte
7
6
3
MSB
15
VZ
14
I/O data
4
5
3
2
13
12 11 10
HIGHBYTE
7
2
1
9
LSB
8
MSB
7
6
1
0
0
5
4
3
2
LOWBYTE
6
1
LSB
0
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6.3.10.4 Representation of Analog Values of Cube20 AI4 TH,
Art. No.: 56240
Representation of analog values of input data 16 Bit with sign
The data are represented in steps of 1/10 degree Celsius or 1/10 degree Fahrenheit.
Analog values for the unit "degree Celsius"
3598
1372 °C
13720
3598
0011 0101 1001 1000
Overshooting
0011 0101 1001 1000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
13720
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 1372 °C
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type K
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
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32C8
1300 °C
13000
32C8
0011 0010 1100 1000
Overshooting
0011 0010 1100 1000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
13000
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 1300 °C
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type N
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
Range
Diagnostic
2EE0
0010 1110 1110 0000
Overshooting
1200 °C
12000
2EE0
0010 1110 1110 0000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
12000
…
decimal
> 1200 °C
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type J
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
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10000
2710
1000 °C
10000
2710
Diagnostic
0010 0111 0001 0000
Overshooting
0010 0111 0001 0000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 1000 °C
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Type E
Nominal range
-200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -200 °C
-2000
F830
1111 1000 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
Measuring range
Type R
Range
Diagnostic
decimal
> 1768 °C
17680
4510
0100 0101 0001 0000
Overshooting
1768 °C
17680
4510
0100 0101 0001 0000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
…
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °C
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °C
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
…
0
…
…
0.1 °C
…
Nominal range
…
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
Nominal range
-50 °C
-500
FE0C
1111 1110 0000 1100
Nominal range
No
< -50 °C
-500
FE0C
1111 1110 0000 1100
Undershooting
From threshold value
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Analog values for the unit "degree Fahrenheit"
61B8
2501.6 °F
25016
61B8
0011 0000 11011 1000
Overshooting
0011 0000 11011 1000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
25016
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 2501.6 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type K
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
5CA8
2372 °F
23720
5CA8
0101 1100 1010 1000
Overshooting
0101 1100 1010 1000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
23720
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 2372 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type N
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
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55A0
2192 °F
21920
55A0
0101 0101 1010 0000
Overshooting
0101 0101 1010 0000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
21920
Diagnostic
…
decimal
> 2192 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type J
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
Range
Diagnostic
4790
0100 0111 1001 0000
Overshooting
1832 °F
18320
4790
0100 0111 1001 0000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
18320
…
decimal
> 1832 °F
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
Measuring range
Type E
Nominal range
-328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Nominal range
No
< -328 °F
-3280
F330
1111 0011 0011 0000
Undershooting
From threshold value
147
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32144
7D90
3214.4 °F
32144
7D90
Diagnostic
0111 1101 1001 0000
Overshooting
0111 1101 1001 0000
Nominal range
From threshold value
No
No
0001
0000 0000 0000 0001
Nominal range
No
0 °F
0
0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
Nominal range
No
-0.1 °F
-1
FFFF
1111 1111 1111 1111
Nominal range
No
No
…
0
…
0.1 °F
…
Nominal range
…
…
> 3214.4 °F
Range
…
Measured value
hexadecimal
binary
…
decimal
…
Measuring range
Type R
Nominal range
-58 °F
-580
FDBC
1111 1101 1011 1100
Nominal range
No
< -58 °F
-580
FDBC
1111 1101 1011 1100
Undershooting
From threshold value
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6.4
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Cube67 Digital I/O Modules
In the GSD file Version 1, the default setting of Pin 2 “Diagnostic input”. In the GSD
file Version 2 the default setting was changed to “input with N/O function”.
Reserved bytes must be written with zero. When using the GSD, file this will be done
automatically.
No. of I/O modules
1
4
8
12
16
Running time bus node
1-2
1-4
1-5
2-6
2-10
Running time module
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
Total running time
3 – 6 ms
3 – 8 ms
3 – 9 ms
4 – 10 ms
4 – 14 ms
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6.4.1
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DIO16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56600
6.4.1.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
DIO 16 C 8xM12
DI16 C 8xM12
DO16 C 8xM12
56600
56600
56600
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 18hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Ahex
82 hex 01hex DDhex 1Chex
6.4.1.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
Input Data (IDM)
Byte 0 (Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
Output data (ODM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.1.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
fo Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
N/C input
Diagnostic input
Output
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Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.1.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
6.4.1.5 Bit Assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
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Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
6.4.2
DIO16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56601xx
6.4.2.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
DIO16 E 8xM12
DI16 E 8xM12
DO16 E 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12 VA
DI16 E 8xM12 VA
DO16 E 8xM12 VA
DIO16 E 8xM12 VA
DI16 E 8xM12 VA
DO16 E 8xM12 VA
56601
56601
56601
5660150
5660150
5660150
5660151
5660151
5660151
Process data
Input
Output
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
2 Byte
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 19hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 1Dhex
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 19hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 1Dhex
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 19hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 1Dhex
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6.4.2.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.2.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.2.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
6.4.2.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
6.4.2.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
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6.4.2.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.2.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
6.4.2.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
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Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
6.4.3
DI16 C 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56602
6.4.3.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
DI16 C 8xM12
56602
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
-
Identification
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Ahex
6.4.3.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.3.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.3.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
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6.4.3.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
6.4.3.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
6.4.3.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
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6.4.3.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
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6.4.4
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DI16 E 8xM12 – Art.Nr. 56603xx
6.4.4.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
DI16 E 8xM12
DI16 E 8xM12 VA
56603
5660350
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 Byte
-
Identification
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Bhex
6.4.4.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.4.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.4.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
6.4.4.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
6.4.4.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
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6.4.4.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
6.4.4.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
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Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
6.4.5
DO12 E 6xM12 K3 – Art.Nr. 56605
6.4.5.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
DO12 E 6xM12 K3
56605
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Identification
82hex 01hex DDhex 1Dhex
6.4.5.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.5.2.1. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 05 )
Bit
7
6
Channel reserved reserved
Byte 1 ( Channel 10 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel reserved reserved
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.5.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
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6.4.6
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DI16 E 8xM12 NPN – Art.Nr. 56606
6.4.6.1 Identification
Description
Art. No.
DI16 E 8xM12 NPN
56606
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
-
Identification
42hex 01hex DDhex 1Ehex
6.4.6.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.6.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.6.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 are not identical.
6.4.6.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
6.4.6.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
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6.4.6.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
6.4.6.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
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Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
6.4.7
DIO8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56610
6.4.7.1 Identification
Bezeichnung
Art.No.
DIO8 C 4xM12
DI8 C 4xM12
DO8 C 4xM12
56610
56610
56610
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 22hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 24hex
82hex 01hex DDhex 26hex
6.4.7.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.7.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
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6.4.7.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.7.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.7.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
6.4.7.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.7.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
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6.4.7.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
6.4.8
DIO8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56611xx
6.4.8.1 Identification
Bezeichnung
Art.No.
DIO8 E 4xM12
DI8 E 4xM12
DO8 E 4xM12
DIO8 E 4xM12 VA
DI8 E 4xM12 VA
DO8 E 4xM12 VA
56611
56611
56611
5661150
5661150
5661150
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 23hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 25hex
82hex 01hex DDhex 27hex
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 23hex
42hex 01hex DDhex 25hex
82hex 01hex DDhex 27hex
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6.4.8.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.8.2.1. Inputdata IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.8.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
6.4.8.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.8.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
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6.4.8.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.8.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
6.4.8.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
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6.4.9
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DI8 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56612
6.4.9.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DI8 C 4xM12
56612
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
-
Identification
42hex 01hex DDhex 24hex
6.4.9.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.9.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.9.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.9.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
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6.4.9.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
6.4.9.4 Parameterbytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
6.4.9.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
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6.4.10
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DI8 E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56613
6.4.10.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DI8 E 4xM12
56613
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
-
Identification
42hex 01hex DDhex 25hex
6.4.10.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.10.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.10.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.10.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
reserved
6.4.10.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
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6.4.10.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
6.4.10.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
6.4.11
DI8 E 4xM12 NPN – Art.No. 56616
6.4.11.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DI8 E 4xM12 NPN
56616
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
-
Identification
42hex 01hex DDhex 28hex
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6.4.11.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.11.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.11.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.11.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
6.4.11.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
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6.4.11.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
6.4.11.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
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6.4.12
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DIO8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56620
6.4.12.1 Identification
Description
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56620 1 Byte
1 Byte
56620 1 Byte
56620 1 Byte
DIO8 C 8xM8
DI8 C 8xM8
DO8 C 8xM8
Identification
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Chex
42hex 00hex DDhex 2Ehex
82hex 00hex DDhex 30hex
6.4.12.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.12.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.12.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
6.4.12.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.12.3.1. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
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6.4.12.4 Paramete rbytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
6.4.12.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
6.4.13
DIO8 E 8xM8 – ArtNr. 56621xx
6.4.13.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DIO8 E 8xM8
DI8 E 8xM8
DO8 E 8xM8
DIO8 E 8xM8 VA
DI8 E 8xM8 VA
DO8 E 8xM8 VA
56621
56621
56621
5662150
5662150
5662150
Process data
Input
Output
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Identification
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Dhex
42hex 00hex DDhex 2Fhex
82hex 00hex DDhex 31hex
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 2Dhex
42hex 00hex DDhex 2Fhex
82hex 00hex DDhex 31hex
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6.4.13.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.13.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.13.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
6.4.13.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.13.3.1. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.13.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
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6.4.13.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
6.4.14
DI8 C 8xM8 – Art.No. 56622
6.4.14.1 Identification
Description
DI8 C 8xM8
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56622 1 Byte
-
Identification
42hex 00hex DDhex 2Ehex
6.4.14.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.14.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
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6.4.14.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.14.3.1. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
6.4.14.4 Parameterbytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
6.4.14.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
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Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
6.4.15
DI8 E 8xM8 – Art.No. 56623
6.4.15.1 Identification
Description
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56623 1 Byte
-
DI8 E 8xM8
Identification
42hex 00hex DDhex 2Fhex
6.4.15.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.15.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.15.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.15.3.1. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Reserved
Reserved
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6.4.15.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
6.4.15.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
6.4.16
DI8 E 8xM8 NPN – Art.No. 56626
6.4.16.1 Identification
Description
DI8 E 8xM8 NPN
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56626 1 Byte
-
Identification
42hex 00hex DDhex 32hex
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6.4.16.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.16.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M8 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.16.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.16.3.1. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Reserved
Reserved
6.4.16.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
reserved
reserved
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6.4.16.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
6.4.17
DIO8 E 4xM12 1A – Art.No. 56631
6.4.17.1 Identification
Description
DIO8 E 4xM12 1A
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56631 2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 37hex
6.4.17.2 Bit Assignment I/O - Data
6.4.17.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
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6.4.17.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel -
5
-
4
-
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
-
4
-
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.17.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
6.4.17.3.1. Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
6.4.17.3.2. Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.17.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
reserved
reserved
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6.4.17.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
6.4.18
DIO16 C 8xM12 1,6A – Art.No. 56640
6.4.18.1 Identification
Art.No.
56640
Description
Process data
Input
Output
DIO 16 C 8xM12 1,6A 2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 40hex
6.4.18.2 Bit assignment I/O data
Input Data (IDM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
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Output data (ODM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
6.4.18.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
6.4.18.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
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6.4.18.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
186
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6.4.19
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DIO16 DO16 E 16xM12 (1,6/2A) – Art.No. 56641
6.4.19.1 Identification
Art.No.
Description
56641
DIO16 DO16 E
16xM12 (1,6/2A)
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
4 Byte
Identification
33Hex 32Hex 44Hex 49Hex 4FHex
6.4.19.2 Bit assignment I/O data
Input data (IDM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
Output data (ODM)
Byte 0 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 17
16
Byte 2 ( Pin 4 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 27
26
Byte 3 ( Pin 2 of M12 sockets)
Bit
7
6
Channel 37
36
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
15
4
14
3
13
2
12
1
11
0
10
5
25
4
24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
5
35
4
34
3
33
2
32
1
31
0
30
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6.4.19.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of Pin 2 and Pin 4 is not identical.
Function Pin 2
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Diagnostic input
Output
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
Function Pin 4
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
6.4.19.4 Paramete rbytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
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6.4.19.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function socket 0..3 Pin 4 (Channel 00..03)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 4 (Channel 00)
Function socket 1 Pin 4 (Channel 01)
Function socket 2 Pin 4 (Channel 02)
Function socket 3 Pin 4 (Channel 03)
Byte 1 Function socket 4..7 Pin 4 (Channel 04..07)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 4 (Channel 04)
Function socket 5 Pin 4 (Channel 05)
Function socket 6 Pin 4 (Channel 06)
Function socket 7 Pin 4 (Channel 07)
Byte 2 Function socket 0..3 Pin 2 (Channel 10..13)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 0 Pin 2 (Channel 10)
Function socket 1 Pin 2 (Channel 11)
Function socket 2 Pin 2 (Channel 12)
Function socket 3 Pin 2 (Channel 13)
Byte 3 Function socket 4..7 Pin 2 (Channel 14..17)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function socket 4 Pin 2 (Channel 14)
Function socket 5 Pin 2 (Channel 15)
Function socket 6 Pin 2 (Channel 16)
Function socket 7 Pin 2 (Channel 17)
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6.4.20
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DO16 C Valve K3 – Art.No. 56650
6.4.20.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO16 C Valve K3
56650
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Identification
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Ahex
6.4.20.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.20.2.1. Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
6.4.20.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
190
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6.4.21
DO8 C Valve CPV(9) K3 – Art. No. 5665003
6.4.21.1 Identification
Bezeichnung
Art.Nr.
DO8 C Valve K3
Prozessdaten
5665003
Kennung
Eingang
Ausgang
-
2 Byte
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Ahex
6.4.21.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.21.2.1. Output data ODM
Bit
7
6
5
Channel
free
free
05
Bit
7
6
5
Channel
free
free
13
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 bis 07 )
4
3
04
free
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 bis 15 )
4
3
12
free
2
1
0
free
01
00
2
1
0
free
09
08
6.4.21.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
Bedeutung
4
reserved
5
reserved
6
reserved
7
reserved
191
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6.4.22
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DO16 E Valve – Art.No. 56651xx
6.4.22.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO16 E Valve
DO16 E Valve CPV
DO16 E Valve V
DO16 E Valve V20/22
DO16 E Valve VM10
DO16 E Valve V20/22 B
DO16 E Valve SMC
DO16 E Valve SMC M27
DO16 E Valve V20/22 C
DO16 E Valve CPV VA
DO16 E Valve CPV VA
56651
5665100
5665101
5665110
5665111
5665112
5665113
5665114
5665115
5665150
5665151
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Bhex
6.4.22.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.22.2.1. Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
6.4.22.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
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6.4.23
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DO16 E Valve – Art.No. 56653
6.4.23.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO16 E MAC
56653
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
Identification
82hex 01hex DDhex 4Dhex
6.4.23.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.23.2.1. Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
6.4.23.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
193
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6.4.24
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DO8 E Valve – Art.No. 56655xx
6.4.24.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO8 E Valve
DO8 E Valve CPV
DO8 E Valve CPV (9)
56655
5665500
5665501
Process data
Input
Output
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Identification
82hex 00hex DDhex 4Fhex
82hex 00hex DDhex 4Fhex
82hex 00hex DDhex 4Fhex
6.4.24.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.24.2.1. Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.24.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
Signification
reserved
reserved
194
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6.4.25
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DO32 E Valve 0,5A– Art.No. 56656xx
6.4.25.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO32 E Valve 0,5A
DO24 E Valve VM10
DO32 E Valve MPA
DO32 E Valve HF03
DO32 E Valve VM10
DO23 E Valve SMC
DO22 E Valve CPA
DO24 E Valve HF04
DO24 E Valve SMC M27
56656
5665600
5665601
5665602
5665603
5665604
5665605
5665606
5665607
Process data
Input
Output
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
4 Byte
Identification
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
82hex 03hex DDhex 50hex
6.4.25.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.25.2.1. Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
Byte 2 ( Channel 16 to 23 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 23
22
Byte 3 ( Channel 24 to 31 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 31
30
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
5
21
4
20
3
19
2
18
1
17
0
16
5
29
4
28
3
27
2
26
1
25
0
24
6.4.25.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
195
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6.4.26
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DO32 E MAC – Art.No. 56657
6.4.26.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DO32 E MAC
56656
Process data
Input
Output
4 Byte
Identification
82hex 03hex DDhex 51hex
6.4.26.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.26.2.1. Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
Byte 2 ( Channel 16 to 23 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 23
22
Byte 3 ( Channel 24 to 31 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 31
30
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
5
21
4
20
3
19
2
18
1
17
0
16
5
29
4
28
3
27
2
26
1
25
0
24
6.4.26.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Signification
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
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6.4.27 DIO8 E Cable – ArtNr. 56661, DIO8 E Cable 2m - 5666100, DIO8 E
Cable M12 ID – 5666500
6.4.27.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DIO8 E Cable
DIO8 E Cable 2m
DIO8 E Cable M12 ID
56661
5666100
5666500
Process data
Input
Output
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Identification
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 55hex
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 55hex
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 55hex
6.4.27.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.27.2.1. Input data IDM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.27.2.2. Output data ODM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
6.4.27.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible.
6.4.27.3.1. Function I/O
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.27.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
197
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reserved
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6.4.27.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Byte 1 Function Channel 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
199
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6.4.28
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DIO16 E Cable 0,5A – ArtNr. 56662
6.4.28.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
DIO16 E Cable
56662
Process data
Input
Output
2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 56hex
6.4.28.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.28.2.1. Input data IDM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
5
13
4
12
3
11
2
10
1
09
0
08
6.4.28.2.2. Output data ODM
Byte 0 ( Channel 00 to 07 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 07
06
Byte 1 ( Channel 08 to 15 )
Bit
7
6
Channel 15
14
6.4.28.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible.
6.4.28.3.1. Function I/O
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
200
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6.4.28.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
Function Channel 08..11
Function Channel 12..15
6.4.28.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Byte 1 Function Channel 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Byte 0 Function Channel 08..11
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 08
Function Channel 09
Function Channel 10
Function Channel 11
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Byte 1 Function Channel 12..15
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 12
Function Channel 13
Function Channel 14
Function Channel 15
6.4.29
DIO8 E M16 0,5A – ArtNr. 56663
6.4.29.1 Identification
Description
DIO8 E M16 0,5A
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56663 1 Byte
1 Byte
Identification
C2hex 00hex 00hex DDhex 57hex
6.4.29.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.29.2.1. Input data IDM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.29.2.2. Output data ODM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
07
6
06
5
05
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6.4.29.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible.
6.4.29.3.1. Function I/O
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.29.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
reserved
6.4.29.5 Bit assignment parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
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Byte 1 Function Channel 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
6.4.30
DIO8/DI8 E TB Box – Art.No. 56681
6.4.30.1 Identification
Description
DIO8/DI8 E TB Box
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56681 2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 69hex
6.4.30.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.30.2.1. Input data IDM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel 07
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.30.2.2. Output data ODM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel reserved
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
reserved
5
reserved
4
reserved
3
reserved
2
reserved
1
reserved
0
reserved
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For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of channel 00 to 07 (X0) and Channel 00 to 07 (X1) differs.
6.4.30.3.1. Function X0 Channel 00 to 07
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
6.4.30.3.2. Function X1 Channel 00 to 07
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.30.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
reserved
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6.4.30.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel X0 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
Byte 1 Function Channel X0 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Byte 2 Function Channel X1 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 10
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 12
Byte 3 Function Channel X1 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 14
Function Channel 15
Function Channel 16
Function Channel 17
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DIO8/DI8 E TB Rail – Art.No. 56691
6.4.31.1 Identification
Description
DIO8/DI8 E TB Rail
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56691 2 bytes
2 bytes
Identification
C2hex 01hex 01hex DDhex 73hex
6.4.31.2 Bit assignment I/O data
6.4.31.2.1. Input data IDM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel 07
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6.4.31.2.2. Output data ODM
Byte 0 (Terminal X1)
Bit
7
Channel 07
Byte 1 (Terminal X0)
Bit
7
Channel reserved
6
06
5
05
4
04
3
03
2
02
1
01
0
00
6
reserved
5
reserved
4
reserved
3
reserved
2
reserved
1
reserved
0
reserved
6.4.31.3 Parameterization
For several parameters, more than two options are possible. Each of these parameters is coded with
two bits. Values from 0dez to 3dez are therefore possible. Please note that the coding of the functions
of channel 00 to 07 (X0) and Channel 00 to 07 (X1) differs.
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6.4.31.3.1. Function channel X0 00
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
Output
reserved
6.4.31.3.2. Function X1 Channel 00 to 07
Decimal
0
1
2
3
Bit 1
0
0
1
1
Bit 0
0
1
0
1
Signification
NO input
NC input
reserved
reserved
6.4.31.3.3. Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Signification
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
Function Channel 00..03
Function Channel 04..07
reserved
reserved
6.4.31.4 Bit assignment parameter bytes
Byte 0 Function Channel X0 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 00
Function Channel 01
Function Channel 02
Function Channel 03
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Byte 1 Function Channel X0 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 04
Function Channel 05
Function Channel 06
Function Channel 07
Byte 2 Function Channel X1 00..03
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 10
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 11
Function Channel 12
Byte 3 Function Channel X1 04..07
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Function Channel 14
Function Channel 15
Function Channel 16
Function Channel 17
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6.5
Cube67 Analog I/O Modules
6.5.1
Specific Characteristics
6.5.1.1 Smoothing (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) modules only)
The analog signal can be prefiltered in the device, in order to reduce sensitivity to short-term jitter.
The measuring time per channel is 2.0 ms. The total cycle time is the result of the measuring time per
channel + 2.5 ms. The diagram below illustrates the module behavior to a step response in an active
channel.
Response time on fi lter ed active channel
1,1
1
0,9
0,8
0,7
e
ß 0,6
rö
g
ß
e 0,5
M
0,4
STARK
MITTEL
SC HWAC H
0,3
0,2
0,1
0
0
250
500
750
1000
T ime[ms]
1250
1500
1750
2000
Figure 6-1: Time-dependent behavior of smoothing in Cube67 AI4 (U/I) modules
6.5.1.2 Delta (AI4 (U) and AI4(I) Modules Only
This value sets the number of increments to increase or reduce the last measured value, in order to
send the analogue input value from the AI module to the bus node. This parameter can be used for
reducing the bus load of the internal system connection.
Example:
The last value measured was 1000. With a delta of 100, the next measurand will only
be sent, if it is < 900 or > 1100.
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6.5.1.3 50/60 Hz filter (AI4-RTD and AI4-TH only)
With the 50/60 Hz filter noise on the cabling can be suppressed. The AD converter from the RTD
module will be switched into a special mode. As a result the cycle time will be 10 times higher than the
standard time. When using platinum 1000 and nickel 1000 RTD sensors, using this filter is recommended.
6.5.2
AI4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56700
6.5.2.1 Identification
Description
AI4 C 4xM12 (U)
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56700 4 Words
-
Identification
42hex 43hex DDhex 7Chex
6.5.2.2 I/O Data
6.5.2.2.1. Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.2.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
6.5.2.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
VZ = Sign
VZ = 0 Positive value
VZ = 1 Negative value
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6.5.2.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Measuring range
0..10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
0111 1111 1111 1111 7FFF
decimal
32767
Overshooting
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
< 0V
0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0
Undershooting
-
Measuring range
+/-10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
0111 1111 1111 1111 7FFF
Range
decimal
32767
Overshooting
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
-0.305mV
-5V
-10V
1111 1111 1111 1111 FFFF
1100 0000 0000 0001 C000
1000 0000 0000 0000 8000
-1
-16384
-32768
Nominal range
-
< -10V
1000 0000 0000 0000 8000
-32768
Undershooting
Yes
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
Range
Diagnostic
Yes
Diagnostic
Yes
6.5.2.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Channel 0 : Delta
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Channel 1 : Delta
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Channel 2 : Delta
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Channel 3 : Delta
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6.5.2.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Measuring range :
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
35
Diagnostic
0 : report
1 : do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Soothing :
00 : none
01 : weak
10 : moderate
11 : strong
Reserved
Byte (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15) Channel (0,1,2,3) : Delta
Data type
Admissible values
Unsigned16
0..32767
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
35
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
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6.5.3
AI4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56701; AI4 E 4xM12 (U) VA – Art.No.
5670150
6.5.3.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 (U)
AI4 E 4xM12 (U) VA
56701
5670150
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
-
Identification
42hex 43hex DDhex 7Dhex
42hex 43hex DDhex 7Dhex
6.5.3.2 I/O Data
6.5.3.2.1. Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.3.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
6.5.3.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
VZ = Sign
VZ = 0 Positive value
VZ = 1 Negative value
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6.5.3.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Measuring range
0..10 V
>10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
0111 1111 1111 1111 7FFF
decimal
32767
Overshooting
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
32767
16383
1
0
Nominal range
-
< 0V
0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0
Undershooting
-
Measuring range
+/-10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
0111 1111 1111 1111 7FFF
Range
decimal
32767
Overshooting
0111 1111 1111 1111 7FFF
32767
0011 1111 1111 1111 3FFF
16383
0000 0000 0000 0001 0001
1
0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0
>10 V
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
7FFF
3FFF
0001
0000
Range
1111 1111 1111 1111 FFFF
-1
-0.305mV
-5V
-10V
1100 0000 0000 0001 C000
-16384
1000 0000 0000 0000 8000
-32768
< -10V
1000 0000 0000 0000 8000
-32768
Diagnostic
Yes
Diagnostic
Yes
Nominal range
-
Nominal range
-
Undershooting
Yes
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6.5.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Channel 0 : Delta
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Channel 1 : Delta
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Channel 2 : Delta
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Channel 3 : Delta
6.5.3.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Measuring range :
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
36
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing :
00 : None
01 : Weak
10 : Moderate
11 : Strong
Reserved
36
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
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Byte (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15) Channel (0,1,2,3) : Delta
Data type
Admissible values
Unsigned16
0..32767
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
6.5.4
AO4 C 4xM12 (U) – Art.No. 56710
6.5.4.1 Identification
Description
AO4 C 4xM12 (U)
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56710 4 Words
Identification
82hex 43hex DDhex 86hex
6.5.4.2 I/O Data
6.5.4.2.1. Output Data ODM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.4.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
VZ -
11
-
10 9
210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
VZ -
3
-
2
1
210 29
0
28
6.5.4.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
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6.5.4.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Output range
0..10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
Output range
+/-10 V
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
10 V
5V
0.305mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
2047
1023
1
0
Nominal range
-0.305mV
-5V
-10V
1xxx x111 1111 1111
1xxx x100 0000 0001
1xxx x000 0000 0001
FFFF
FC01
F800
-1
-1023
-2048
Nominal range
2047
1023
1
0
Range
Nominal range
Range
6.5.4.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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6.5.4.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range :
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
37
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Reserved
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
37
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
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6.5.5
AO4 E 4xM12 (U) – Art. No. 56711
6.5.5.1
Identification
Description
Art. No.
AO4 E 4xM12 (U)
Process data
56711
Identification
Input
Output
-
4 Words
82hex 43hex DDhex 87hex
6.5.5.2 I/O Data
6.5.5.2.1. Output data ODM
Word
0
Byte
0
Measuring value
1
1
2
2
Channel 0
3
4
Channel 1
3
5
6
Channel 2
7
Channel 3
6.5.5.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Byte 0 (High Byte)
Byte 1 (Low Byte)
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
Value
ks
-
-
-
-
10
9
10
2
2
9
8
8
2
7
7
2
6
5
6
2
4
5
2
3
4
2
2
3
2
1
1
0
0
2
2
2
2
3
2
1
0
6.5.5.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Byte 0 (Low Byte)
Bit
15
Value
2
7
14
6
2
13
5
2
12
4
2
Byte 1 (High Byte)
11
3
2
10
9
2
2
2
1
8
0
2
7
VZ
6
5
-
4
-
-
-
10
2
9
2
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6.5.5.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
Output range
0..10 V
10 V
5V
0,305mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal
Output range
+/-10 V
decimal
2047
1023
1
0
decimal
Range
Nominal range
Range
10 V
5V
0,305mV
0
0000 0111 1111 1111
0000 0011 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0001
0000 0000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0001
0000
2047
1023
1
0
Nominal range
-0,305mV
-5V
-10V
1xxx x111 1111 1111
1xxx x100 0000 0001
1xxx x000 0000 0001
FFFF
FC01
F800
-1
-1023
-2048
Nominal range
6.5.5.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signification
Settings Channel 0
reserved
reserved
reserved
Settings Channel 1
reserved
reserved
reserved
Settings Channel 2
reserved
reserved
reserved
Settings Channel 3
reserved
reserved
reserved
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6.5.5.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range :
00 : inactive
01 : 0..10V
10 : +/- 10V
38
Diagnostic
0 : report
1 : do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
38
Bezieht sich auf die diesen Kanal betreffenden Diagnosen.
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6.5.6
AO4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56720, AO4 C 4xM12 (I) VA – Art.No.
5672050
6.5.6.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AO4 C 4xM12 (I)
AO4 C 4xM12 (I) VA
56720
5672050
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
Identification
82hex 43hex DDhex 90hex
82hex 43hex DDhex 90hex
6.5.6.2 I/O Data
6.5.6.2.1. Output data ODM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.6.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
0
-
11
-
10 9
210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
0
-
3
-
2
1
210 29
0
28
6.5.6.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
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6.5.6.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Output range
0..20 mA
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x011 1111 1111
0xxx x001 1001 1001
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
03FF
0199
0000
Output range
4..20 mA
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x010 1111 1111
0xxx x000 0000 0000
07FF
02FF
0000
2047
1023
409
0
2047
767
0
Range
Nominal range
Range
Nominal range
6.5.6.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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6.5.6.4 Bit assignment of paramete rbytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range :
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
39
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Reserved
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
39
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
225
Manual
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AO4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56721
Identification
Description
Art.No.
AO4 E 4xM12 (I)
Process data
56721
Identification
Input
Output
-
4 Words
82hex 43hex DDhex 91hex
6.5.7.1 I/O data
6.5.7.1.1. Output data ODM
Word
0
Byte
0
1
1
2
2
Measuring Channel 0
value
3
3
4
Channel 1
5
6
Channel 2
7
Channel 3
6.5.7.1.2. Bytefolge High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Byte 0 (High Byte)
Bit
15
Value
0
Byte 1 (Low Byte)
14
13
12
11
-
-
-
-
10
9
10
2
2
9
8
8
2
7
7
2
6
5
6
2
4
5
2
3
4
2
2
3
2
1
1
0
0
2
2
2
2
3
2
1
0
6.5.7.1.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Byte 0 (Low Byte)
Bit
15
Value
2
7
14
6
2
13
5
2
12
4
2
Byte 1 (High Byte)
11
3
2
10
9
2
2
2
1
8
0
2
7
0
6
5
-
4
-
-
-
10
2
9
2
226
8
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6.5.7.1.4. Representation of Analog Values
Output range
0..20 mA
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0 mA
Output range
4..20 mA
Measuring value
binary
0xxx x111 1111 1111
0xxx x011 1111 1111
0xxx x001 1001 1001
0xxx x000 0000 0000
hexadecimal
07FF
03FF
0199
0000
decimal
2047
1023
409
0
Range
Nominal range
Measuring value
binary
hexadecimal decimal
20 mA
0xxx x111 1111 1111
07FF
2047
10 mA
0xxx x010 1111 1111
02FF
767
4 mA
0xxx x000 0000 0000
0000
0
Range
Nominal range
6.5.7.2 Parameter Bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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6.5.7.3 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
7
6
5
4
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
3
2
1
0
Output range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Diagnostic
40
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
40
Bezieht sich auf die diesen Kanal betreffenden Diagnosen.
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6.5.8
AI4 C 4xM12 (I) – Art.No. 56730, AI4 C 4xM12 (I) VA – Art.No.
5673050
6.5.8.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 C 4xM12 (I)
AI4 C 4xM12 (I) VA
56730
5673050
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
-
Identification
42hex 43hex DDhex 9Ahex
42hex 43hex DDhex 9Ahex
6.5.8.2 I/O Data
6.5.8.2.1. Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.8.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
0
214 213 212 211 210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
6.5.8.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
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6.5.8.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Measuring range
0..20 mA
> 20 mA
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal decimal
7FFF
32767
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0001 1001 1001 1001
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
3FFF
1999
0000
< 0 mA
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
Measuring range
4..20 mA
>20 mA
Measuring value
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
hexadecimal decimal
7FFF
32767
20 mA
10 mA
4 mA
0111 1111 1111 1111
0010 1111 1111 1010
0000 0000 0000 0000
7FFF
2FFA
0000
< 4 mA
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
Range
Diagnostic
Overshooting
Yes
32767
16383
6553
0
Nominal range
-
0
Undershooting
-
Range
Diagnostic
Overshooting
Yes
32767
12282
0
Nominal range
-
0
Undershooting
Yes
41
6.5.8.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signification
Settings Channel 0
Reserved
Channel 0 : Delta
Settings Channel 1
Reserved
Channel 1 : Delta
Settings Channel 2
Reserved
Channel 2 : Delta
Settings Channel 3
Reserved
Channel 3 : Delta
6.5.8.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0,4,8,12
41
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
"Line breakage" <2mA or "Lower threshold undershot" < 4mA
230
Manual
7
6
5
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4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range :
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
42
Diagnostic
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
Smoothing :
00 : None
01 : Weak
10 : Moderate
11 : Strong
Reserved
Byte (2,3),(6,7),(10,11),(14,15) Channel (0,1,2,3) : Delta
Data type
Admissible values
Unsigned16
0..32767
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
42
Diagnostic information of the corresponding channel.
231
Manual
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AI4 E 4xM12 (I) – Art.Nr. 56731
6.5.9.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 (I)
56731
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
-
Identification
42hex 43hex DDhex 9Bhex
6.5.9.2 I/O data
6.5.9.2.1. Input data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.9.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12
14
13
12
0
2
2
2
11
11
2
10
10
2
9
9
2
8
8
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
14
13
12
0
2
2
2
3
11
2
2
10
2
1
9
2
0
8
2
6.5.9.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High – Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
7
6
5
4
2
2
2
2
11
3
2
10
2
2
9
1
2
8
0
2
6.5.9.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Measuring
range
0...20 mA
> 20
20
10
0
<0
4...20 mA
> 20
20
12
4
2…4
<2
Measuring value
decimal
32767
32767
16383
0
0
hexadecimal
7FFF
7FFF
3FFF
0
0
binary
0111 1111 1111 1111
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
32767
32767
16383
0
0
32767
7FFF
7FFF
3FFF
0
0
7FFF
0111 1111 1111 1111
0111 1111 1111 1111
0011 1111 1111 1111
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
0111 1111 1111 1111
Range
Diagnostics
Overshooting
yes
Nominal range
Undershooting
no
Overshooting
yes
Nominal range
Undershooting
Line break
yes
yes
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The overshoot/undershoot range is variable. When the overshoot limit setting is
reached, a 0x7FFF message is sent (parameter > 20mA). A zero is generated below
the undershoot limit. If the overshoot limit below 20 mA is reached, the value remains at the overshoot limit. If there is a line break, the finel value is generated
(0x7FFF).
6.5.9.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Signification
Settings Channel 0 …3
Settings module diagnostics and byte change
Selection filter Channel 0, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 0
Selection filter Channel 1, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 1
Selection filter Channel 2, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 2
Selection filter Channel 3, settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 3
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 0
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 1
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 2
Limit undershooting 0...20mA channel 3
Limit overshooting channel 0
Limit overshooting channel 1
Limit overshooting channel 2
Limit overshooting channel 3
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 0
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 1
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 2
Limit undershooting 4...20mA channel 3
See also "Application adjustable values for overshoot and undershoot".
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6.5.9.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0
7
6
Settings Channel 0,1,2,3
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Measuring range:
00 : inactive
01 : 4..20mA
10 : 0..20mA
Byte 1
7
6
Settings of all mdule diagnostics / Byte format
5
4
3
2
1
0
Module diagnostics
0 : report
1 : do not report
Data format :
0 : Byte sequence High/Low (Motorola)
1 : Byte sequence Low/High (Intel)
reserved
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Byte 2 … 5
7
6
5
Settings of smoothing and diagnostics channel 0 bis 3
4
3
2
1
0
Smoothing :
00 : none
01 : weak
10 : medium
11 : strong
Diagnostics of line break
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Diagnostics of undershooting
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Diagnostics of overshooting
0 : Report
1 : Do not report
Reserved
Byte 6 to 9
Settings of undershooting Channel 0 bis 3 bei 0 … 20mA
Data type
Unsigned8
Permitted values
0..230
Byte 10 to 13
Settings of overshooting Channel 0 bis 3 bei 0 … 20mA
Data type
Unsigned8
Permitted values
0..230
Byte 14 to 17
Settings of undershooting Channel 0 bis 3 bei 4 … 20mA
Data type
Unsigned8
Permitted values
20..230
The current value is indicated with one decimal place. The value 230 corresponds to 23.0mA, the value 40 to 4.0 mA.
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
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6.5.9.5 Application adjustable values for overshoot and undershoot
Operation mode 0 to 20mA
Measuring range
•
•
•
Threshold value for undershoot (A) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
Threshold value for overshoot (B) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
If A is > B, bus diagnostics are made (parameter error) and the diagnostic LED on the associated port lights up.
Operation mode 4 to 20mA
Measuring range
•
•
•
•
If current value is < 2 mA the module reports diagnostics of line break.
Threshold value for undershoot (A) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
Threshold value for overshoot (B) parameterizable from 0 to 23mA
If A is > B, bus diagnostics are made (parameter error) and the diagnostic LED on the associated port lights up.
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6.5.10 AI4 C 4xM12 RTD – Art.No. 56740, AI4 C 4xM12 RTD VA– Art.No.
5674050
6.5.10.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 C 4xM12 RTD
AI4 C 4xM12 RTD VA
56740
5674050
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words 4 Words -
Identification
42hex 43hex DDhex A4hex
42hex 43hex DDhex A4hex
6.5.10.2 I/O Data
6.5.10.2.1. Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.10.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
6.5.10.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
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AI4 E 4xM12 RTD – Art.Nr. 56741
6.5.11.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 RTD
Prozcess data
56741
Identification
Input
Output
4 Words
-
42hex 43hex DDhex A5hex
6.5.11.2 I/O Data
6.5.11.2.1. Input Data IDM
Word
0
1
Byte
0
Measuring
value
Channel 0
1
2
2
3
3
4
Channel 1
5
6
Channel 2
7
Channel 3
6.5.11.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
Bit
15
14
Measuring
value
VZ
2
14
13
13
2
12
12
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
11
11
2
10
9
10
2
2
9
8
8
2
7
7
2
6
6
2
5
5
2
4
4
2
3
3
2
2
1
1
0
0
2
2
2
2
3
2
1
0
6.5.11.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
Bit
15
Measuring
value
2
7
14
6
2
13
5
2
12
4
2
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
11
3
2
10
9
2
2
2
1
8
0
2
7
6
VZ
2
14
5
13
2
4
12
2
11
2
10
2
9
2
238
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6.5.11.2.4. Representation of Analog Values
Resistance test:
Units
Range
Measuring range
0...3000 Ohm
Diagnostic
hexadecimal
decimal
7FFF
32767
>3251,2
Wire break
>7530
>30000
3000<R<3251,2
Upper limit
Nominal range
7530
5100
0
30000
20736
0
3000
2073.6
0
_
Underflow
<0
<0
<0
Yes
Overflow
Platinum Standard:
Units
TemperaHexadecimal ture in °C
decimal
7FFF
32767
>1800
850<T<180
>2134 >8500
0
Units
Hexadecimal
7FFF
decimal
>3D04
>15620
Nominal range
2134
0
F830
8500
0
-2000
850
0
-200
3D04
0
F330
15620
0
-3280
1562
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Units
Hexadecimal
7FFF
decimal
Temperature in °F
Diagnostic
Range 0.1°C
Overflow
32767
Temperature in °F
Diagnostic
Wire break
>3272
1562<T<32
Upper limit
72
Nickel Standard:
Units
Hexadecimal
7FFF
decimal
>9C4
>2500
Nominal
range
9C4
0
FDA8
Underflow
<FDA8
Range 0,1°C
Overflow
32767
Temperature in °C
Wire break
>3272
482<T<327
Upper limit
2
>1800
250<T<180
>12D4
0
32767
2500
0
-600
250
0
-60
2134
0
FD08
4820
0
-760
482
0
-76
_
<-600
<-60
<FD08
<-760
<-76
Yes
>4820
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6.5.11.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Signification
Global modul settings
Settings Channel 0
Settings Channel 1
Settings Channel 2
Settings Channel 3
6.5.11.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0:
7 6 5
Global module settings
4
3
2
1
0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Temperature unit:
0 – Celsius (default)
1 – Fahrenheit
Stop filter
0 – none (default)
1 – 50/60 Hz
Diagnostic
0 – On (default)
1 – Off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Byte 1, 2, 3, 4:
7
6
5
4
3
measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
2
1
0
Measuring channel
0 – inactive (default)
1 – 3-wire technology
2 – 2-wire technology
3 – 4-wire technology
Reserved
Sensor
0 – Platinum 100 (default)
1 – Platinum 200
2 – Platinum 500
3 – Platinum 1000
4 – Nickel 100
5 – Nickel 120
6 – Nickel 200
7 – Nickel 500
8 – Nickel 1000
9 – Resistance range 0…3000 Ohm
>9 Reserved
Reserved
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Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
Byte 1, 2, 3, 4:
7
6
5
4
3
measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
2
1
0
Measuring channel
0 – inactive (default)
1 – 3-wire technology
2 – 2-wire technology
3 – 4-wire technology
Reserved
Sensor
0 – Platinum 100 (default)
1 – Platinum 200
2 – Platinum 500
3 – Platinum 1000
4 – Nickel 100
5 – Nickel 120
6 – Nickel 200
7 – Nickel 500
8 – Nickel 1000
9 – Resistance range 0…3000 Ohm
>9 Reserved
Reserved
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
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6.5.12 AI4 C 4xM12 TH – Art.No. 56748, AI4 C 4xM12 TH VA – Art.No.
5674850
6.5.12.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 C 4xM12 TH
AI4 C 4xM12 TH VA
56748
5674850
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
4 Words
-
Identification
42hex43hexDDhexaC
42hex43hexDDhexaC
6.5.12.2 I/O Data
6.5.12.2.1. Input Data IDM
Word
Byte
Measuring
value
0
0
1
Channel 0
1
2
3
Channel 1
2
4
5
Channel 2
3
6
7
Channel 3
6.5.12.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
8
28
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
7
6
5
4
27 26 25 24
3
23
2
22
1
21
0
20
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
VZ 214 213 212 211 210 29
0
28
6.5.12.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Bit
Value
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
15 14 13 12
27 26 25 24
11
23
10
22
9
21
8
20
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6.5.12.2.4. Representation of analog values
Sensor Type K:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>3598
decimal
32767
>13720
Units
Temperature
hexadein °C
cimal
>2000
7FFF
1372<T<200
>6098
0
decimal
32767
>24728
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
2473<T<327
Upper limit
2
Nominal
range
3598
0
F830
13720
0
-2000
1372
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
2473
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
decimal
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Sensor Type N:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>32C8
decimal
32767
>13000
Units
Temperature
hexadein °C
cimal
>2000
7FFF
1300<T<200
>5B88
0
32767
>23432
Wire break
>3272
2343<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
35C8
0
F830
13000
0
-2000
1300
0
-200
5B88
0
F330
23432
0
-3280
2343
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
decimal
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Sensor Type J:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>2EE0
decimal
32767
>12000
Units
Temperature
hexadein °C
cimal
>2000
7FFF
1200<T<200
>5480
0
32767
>21632
Wire break
>3272
2163<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
2EE0
0
F830
12000
0
-2000
1200
0
-200
5480
0
F330
21632
0
-3280
2163
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
decimal
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Sensor Type E:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>2710
decimal
32767
>10000
Units
Temperature
hexadein °C
cimal
>2000
7FFF
1000<T<200
>4670
0
32767
>18032
Wire break
>3272
1803<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
2710
0
F830
10000
0
-2000
1000
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
1803
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
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Sensor Type R:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>4510
Units
Temperature
hexadedecimal in °C
cimal
32767 >2000
7FFF
1768<T<200
>17680
>7D8C
0
decimal
32767
>32140
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
3214<T<327
Upper limit
2
Nominal
range
4510
0
FDB2
17680
0
-500
250
0
-50
7D8C
0
FC5C
32140
0
-932
3214
0
-93
_
Underflow
<FD B2
<-500
<-50
<FC5C
<-932
<-93
Yes
6.5.12.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Signification
global module settings
measurement settings channel 0
measurement settings channel 1
measurement settings channel 2
measurement settings channel 3
6.5.12.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Global module settings
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Temperature unit:
0 – Celsius (default)
1 – Fahrenheit
Stop filter
0 – none (default)
1 – 50/60 Hz
Diagnostic
0 – on (default)
1 – off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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Byte 1, 2, 3, 4: measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement channel
1 – Type K
2 – Type N
3 – Type J
4 – Type E
5 – Type R
Reserved
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
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AI4 E 4xM12 TH – Art.Nr. 56749
6.5.13.1 Identification
Description
Art.No.
AI4 E 4xM12 TH
56749
Process data
Input
Output
4 Words
-
Identification
42hex43hexDDhexAD
6.5.13.2 I/O Data
6.5.13.2.1. Input Data IDM
Word
0
1
Byte
0
Measuring
value
Channel 0
1
2
2
3
3
4
Channel 1
5
6
Channel 2
7
Channel 3
6.5.13.2.2. Byte sequence High/Low - Motorola (Standard setting)
Byte
Byte 0 (High-Byte)
Bit
15
14
Value
VZ
2
14
13
13
2
12
12
2
Byte 1 (Low-Byte)
11
11
2
10
9
10
2
2
9
8
8
2
7
7
2
6
6
2
5
5
2
4
4
2
3
3
2
2
1
1
0
0
2
2
2
2
3
2
1
0
6.5.13.2.3. Byte sequence Low/High - Intel
Byte
Byte 0 (Low-Byte)
Bit
15
Value
2
7
14
6
2
13
5
2
12
4
2
Byte 1 (High-Byte)
11
3
2
10
9
2
2
2
1
8
0
2
7
6
VZ
2
14
5
13
2
4
12
2
11
2
10
2
9
2
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6.5.13.2.4. Representation of analog values
Sensor Type K:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
decimal
7FFF
32767
>3598
>13720
Nominal
range
3598
0
F830
13720
0
-2000
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
Overflow
Units
Temperature hexadein °C
cimal
>2000
1372<T<200
0
decimal
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
2473<T<327
Upper limit
2
7FFF
32767
>6098
>24728
1372
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
2473
0
-328
_
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Sensor Type N:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>32C8
Units
Temperature
hexadedecimal in °C
cimal
32767
>2000
7FFF
1300<T<200
>13000
>5B88
0
decimal
32767
>23432
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
2343<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
35C8
0
F830
13000
0
-2000
1300
0
-200
5B88
0
F330
23432
0
-3280
2343
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Sensor Type J:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>2EE0
Units
Temperature
hexadedecimal in °C
cimal
32767
>2000
7FFF
1200<T<200
>12000
>5480
0
decimal
32767
>21632
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
2163<T<247
Upper limit
3
Nominal
range
2EE0
0
F830
12000
0
-2000
1200
0
-200
5480
0
F330
21632
0
-3280
2163
0
-328
_
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
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Sensor Type E:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
decimal
7FFF
32767
>2710
>10000
Nominal
range
2710
0
F830
10000
0
-2000
Underflow
<F830
<-2000
Overflow
Units
Temperature hexadein °C
cimal
>2000
1000<T<200
0
decimal
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
1803<T<247
Upper limit
3
7FFF
32767
>4670
>18032
1000
0
-200
6098
0
F330
24728
0
-3280
1803
0
-328
_
<-200
<F330
<-3280
<-328
Yes
Sensor Type R:
Units
Range 0,1°C hexadecimal
7FFF
Overflow
>4510
Nominal
range
Underflow
Units
Temperature
hexadedecimal in °C
cimal
32767
>2000
7FFF
1768<T<200
>17680
>7D8C
0
decimal
32767
>32140
Temperature
Diagnostic
in °F
Wire break
>3272
3214<T<327
Upper limit
2
4510
0
FDB2
17680
0
-500
250
0
-50
7D8C
0
FC5C
32140
0
-932
3214
0
-93
_
<FD B2
<-500
<-50
<FC5C
<-932
<-93
Yes
6.5.13.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Signification
global module settings
measurement settings channel 0
measurement settings channel 1
measurement settings channel 2
measurement settings channel 3
6.5.13.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Global module settings
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Temperature unit:
0 – Celsius (default)
1 – Fahrenheit
Stop filter
0 – none (default)
1 – 50/60 Hz
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Diagnostic
0 – on (default)
1 – off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Fig. 58: Bit assignment of byte 0
Byte 1, 2, 3, 4:
7
6
5
4
3
measurement settings channel 0, 1, 2, 3
2
1
0
Measurement channel
1 – Type K
2 – Type N
3 – Type J
4 – Type E
5 – Type R
Reserved
Fig. 59: Bit assignment of byte 1, 2, 3, 4
Unused channels should be disabled in order to optimize cycle time.
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6.6
Function Modules
6.6.1
CNT2 C 4xM12 – Art.No. 56750
A protocol integrated in the module CNT2 C 4xM12 – Art. no. 56750 makes it possible to read or write
data from the module or to perform services in a cyclic data transfer.
- Read-out the software version.
- Alternative access to counter, comparative value, and parameter.
- Parameter change.
Please check our homepage for a software library for the control used.
6.6.1.1 Identification
Description
Art.Nr.
CNT2 C 4xM12
56750
Process data
Input
Ausgang
8 Byte
8 Byte
Identification
2
CD32I
Status
4
CD32I
Data3
C2 hex07hex07hexDD hexaE
6.6.1.2 I/O Data
6.6.1.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte
Meßwert
0
Stat_0
1
Stat_1
3
CD32I
Index
5
CD32I
Data2
6
CD32I
Data1
7
CD32I
Data0
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Bit assignment Byte Stat_0 :
Bit
0
Name
Status_0
1
GATE_0
2
3
UPDOWN_0
DO_0
4…7
-
Signification
Comparative value Counter 0 reached/not reached
Status_0 is set when the comparative value is reached.
Status_0 is reset when RESET_0 is set
Status Input Counter 0
GATE_0 release or block counter.
Status counting direction Counter 0
Status output DO_0
DO_0 status of digital output 0
Reserved
Bit assignment Byte Stat_1 :
Bit
0
Name
Status_1
1
GATE_1
2
3
UPDOWN_1
DO_1
4…7
-
Signification
Comparative value Counter 1 reached/not reached.
Status_1 is set when the comparative value is reached.
Status_1 is reset when RESET_1 is set
Status Input Counter 1
GATE_1 realease or block counter
Status Counting direction Counter 1
Status output DO_1
DO_1 Status of digital output 1
Reserved
Chapter 6.6.1.3 and 7 "Communication Driver" describes access and signification of
the IDM bytes 2 to 7.
6.6.1.2.2. Output Data ODM
Byte
0
Measuring Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
CD32O
Ctrl
3
CD32O
Index
4
CD32O
Data3
5
CD32O
Data2
6
CD32O
Data1
7
CD32O
Data0
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Bit assignment Byte Ctrl_0 :
Bit
0
Name
Gate 0
1
2
3
4…7
RESET_0
DO_0
Up/Down_0
-
Signification
Activate counter
Gate 0 set, counter can start
Reset counter 0 to initial value (0000hex)
If 1, switch off or reset output 0
0 – process controlled, 1- down PLC controlled
Reserved
Bitbelegung Byte Ctrl_1 :
Bit
0
Name
Gate 1
1
2
3
4…7
RESET_1
DO_1
Up/Down_1
-
Signification
Activate counter
Gate 1 set, counter can start
Reset counter 1 to initial value (0000hex)
If 1, switch off or reset output 1
0 – process controlled, 1- down PLC controlled
Reserved
Chapter 6.6.1.3 and 7 "Communication Driver" describes access and signification of
the IDM bytes 2 to 7.
Behavior of the gate signal:
Gate
Control
Process
0
0
Counter blocked
1
0
Counter released
1
1
Counter released
0
1
Counter released
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Behavior of the Up/Down Signal:
Up/Down
Control
Prozess
0
0
Counting direction up
1
0
Counting direction down
1
1
Counting direction down
0
1
Counting direction down
Counter and corresponding outputs operate independently of each other.When the
comparative value is reached, counter and corresponding output must both be reset.
If only the counter is reset, the corresponding output would remain as it is.
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6.6.1.3 Comunications Driver
The following access codes are written in the CTRL output data (Byte 2).
Decimal values for the control byte:
Byte
Double word
Write access
192
224
Read access
128
160
The following tables show the corresponding index (Byte 3) for input and output data:
Index
Access
Designation
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Write
Read
Read
Read
Write
Write
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Control
Status
MAX_WR_ADR
MAX_RD_ADR
PWD_HIGH
PWD_LOW
Version
Version
0
0
28
28
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
cValue0
cValue1
Parameter[0]
Parameter[1]
Parameter[2]
Parameter[3]
Parameter[4]
Parameter[5]
Parameter[6]
Parameter[7]
Parameter[8]
Parameter[9]
Parameter[10]
Parameter[11]
Parameter[12]
Description
SW version
Counter 0 counter reading
Counter 1 counter reading
Global module settings
Settings Counter 0
Reserved
Comparative value Counter 0
Settings Counter 1
Reserved
Comparative value Counter 1
The parameters mentioned in this table are described in chapter 6.6.1.4 "Parameter bytes".
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6.6.1.4 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Signification
Globale module settings
Settings Counter 0
Reserved
Comparative value Channel 0
Comparative value Channel 0
Comparative value Channel 0
Comparative value Channel 0
Settings Counter 1
Reserved
Comparative value Channel 1
Comparative value Channel 1
Comparative value Channel 1
Comparative value Channel 1
6.6.1.5 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Global module settings
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Format:
0 – Intel to ICAN, Motorola to Profibus (default)
1 – Motorola to ICAN, Intel to Profibus
Reserved
Reserved
Diagnostic
0 – on (default)
1 – off
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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Byte 1: Settings Counter 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Operation mode Counter 0:
0 : counter inactive
1 : event counting mode 0
>1 : mode 0
Output 0:
0 : output can be set
1 : output is not set
GATE_0
0 : not inverted
1 : inverted
Reserved
DO_0
0 : not inverted
1 : Inverted
Byte 2 Reserved
Byte 3, 4, 5, 6: Comparative value Channel 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Default 0 Range 0x80000000-0x7FFFFFFF
Comparative value, reaction depends on operation mode.
Byte 7: Settings Counter 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Operation mode 1:
0 : counter inactive
1 : event counting mode 0
>1 : mode 0
Output 1:
0 : output can be set
1 : output is not set
GATE_1
0 : not inverted
1 : invertiert
Reserved
DO_1
0 : not inverted
1 : inverted
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Byte 8 Reserved
Byte 9, 10, 11, 12:
7
6
5
4
3
Comparative value Channel 1
2
1
0
Default 0 Range 0x80000000-0x7FFFFFFF
Comparative value, reaction depends on operation mode.
6.6.1.6 Examples
Below an example of a write and read access.
Read access to the double word counter reading:
The counter reading is a double word, therefore the access code 160 Dez "read access double word“
is described in the output data Byte 2 (CTRL).
In this example, we access the counter reading Counter_0, this is index 8.
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
160 Dez
3
Index
8 Dez
4
Data3
0
5
Data2
0
6
Data1
0
7
Data0
0
If this command is successfully executed, the following response is reported to the input data.
The counter reading in our example is 0x12345678
Byte
0
Measuring
Stat_0
value
1
Stat_1
2
Ctrl
160 Dez
3
Index
8 Dez
4
Data3
12
5
Data2
34
6
Data1
56
7
Data0
78
The previous command has to be reset in order to execute another command. For this purpose a zero
is entered in Byte 2 (CTRL).
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
0
3
Index
0
4
Data3
0
5
Data2
0
6
Data1
0
7
Data0
0
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Write access to the double word comparative value:
The comparative value is a double word, therefore the access code 224 Dez "read access double
word“ is described in the output data Byte 2 (CTRL).
In this example, we access to the comparative value Counter_1, this is Index 25, and we describe this
value with 0x7FFFFFFF.
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
224 Dez
3
Index
25 Dez
4
Data3
7F
5
Data2
FF
6
Data1
FF
7
Data0
FF
The previous command has to be reset in order to execute another command. For this purpose a zero
is entered in Byte 2 (CTRL).
Byte
0
Measuring
Ctrl_0
value:
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl
0
3
Index
0
4
Data3
0
5
Data2
0
6
Data1
0
7
Data0
0
Read/Write Access on byte value
For the byte access proceed as with the double word, only the access codes have to be adjusted.
(Write 192, Read 128). The following steps as described before.
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DIO4 RS485 E 3xM12 – Art.Nr. 56760
6.6.2.1 Identification
Description
DIO4 RS485 E 3xM12
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56760
8 Bytes
8 Bytes
Identification
C2 07 07 DD B8
6.6.2.2 I/O – Data
6.6.2.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte
0
Measuring Status_0
value
1
Status_1
2
Status_2
3
Data4
4
Data3
5
Data2
6
Data1
7
Data0
Bit assignment Byte Status_0 :
Bit
Name
0 bis 2
Retval
3
4
5
6
7
Rx
In00
In01
In10
In11
Wert
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
Request_Done
Request_Done
Transmit_Done
Delete RX-Buffer_Done
Delete TX-Buffer_Done
Reset_Done
Sign in Rx-Buffer available for release
Input Channel 00
Input Channel 01
Input Channel 10
Input Channel 11
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Bit assignment Byte Status_1 :
Status
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
DataLengthRx
(0 bis 5)
Length of RX data that are transmitted in the first transmit
PDO max. 5 bytes
ResNb
(0 bis 31)
Response number. Is incremented any time a PLC request
is processed.
Bit assignment Byte Status_2 (communication status) :
Status
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
TX_BUSY
RX_WARN
RX_PARITY
XOFF
TX_OVERFLOW
RX_OVERFLOW
7
XOFF_TIMEOUT
Signification
Module is transmitting data
Rx-Buffer 80% full
Parity fault during receipt
XOFF was received
Tx buffer overflow
Rx buffer overflow
No XON was received after XOFF within the parameterized monitoring time. Send will be restarted.
6.6.2.2.2. Ausgangsdaten PAA
Byte
0
Measuring Ctrl_0
value
1
Ctrl_1
2
Ctrl_2
3
Data4
4
Data3
5
Data2
6
Data1
7
Data0
Bitbelegung Byte 0 : Ctrl_0
Bit
Name
0 bis 2
CMD
3
4
5
6
7
Out00
Out01
Out10
Out11
Valuet
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
-
Signification
Request
Request
Transmit
Delete RX-Buffer
Delete TX-Buffer
Reset
Output Channel 00
Output Channel 01
Output Channel 10
Output Channel 11
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Command
Request
Transmit
Delete RX-Buffer
Delete TX-Buffer
Reset
Explanation
If 0->1 or 1->0 Tx and Rx data are exchanged with the buffers.
All signs in the tx buffer are send. Tx buffer is empty.
Delete Rx buffer.
Delete Tx buffer. Signs are NOT sent.
Resets interface, RX and TX Buffer are deleted.
Bit assignment Byte 1 : Ctrl_1
Status
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signification
DataLengthTx (0 bis 5)
Length of Tx data that are stored in the Tx buffer of the
module. max. 5 bytes.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
6.6.2.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Signification
Function Channel 00,01,10,11 Art.-No. 56760
Safe status output 00,01,10,11
Settings RS485 Byte 0
Settings RS485 Byte 1
XOFF Timeout
Send delay
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6.6.2.4 Bit assignment of parameter bytes
Byte 0: Function Channel 00,01,10,11
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Channel 00:
0 – 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 – 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
3 - Reserved
Channel 01:
0 – 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 – 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
3 - Reserved
Channel 10
0 - 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 - 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0V = 1 (rot + Diag.tel.) , 24V = 0 (off)
3 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
Channel 11
0 - 0V = 0 (off) , 24V = 1 (yellow)
1 - 0V = 1 (off) , 24V = 0 (yellow)
2 - 0V = 1 (red + Diag.tel.) , 24V = 0 (off)
3 - 0 = 0V (off) , 1 = 24V (yellow)
Byte 1: Safe status output 00,01,10,11
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Channel 00
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 – 24 if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
3 - Reserved
Channel 01
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 - 24 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
3 - Reserved
Channel 10:
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 - 24 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
Channel 11:
0 –0 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
1 - 24 V if DP or ICAN disturbed
2 – Maintain current state
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Byte 2 Settings RS485 Byte 0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Mode
0 – POLL
1 - Request
Baud rate
0 - 9600 Baud
1 - Reserved
2 - Reserved
3 - Reserved
4 - Reserved
5 - Reserved
6 - Reserved
7 - Reserved
Transfer
(prior 8E1 for SEW Movimot)
0 - Reserved
1 - 8E1
2 - Reserved
3 - Reserved
4 - Reserved
5 - Reserved
6 - Reserved
7 - Reserved
Echo
0 - yes 1 - no -
No Send echo in Rx buffer
Send echo in Rx buffer
Byte 3 Settings RS485 Byte 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Mode
0 - OFF
1 - ON
Reserved
Byte 4 XOFF Time out
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
XOFF Time out
Byte 5 Send delay
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Send delay
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6.6.3
Logic E 4xM12 – Art.No. 56771
6.6.3.1 Identification
Description
Art.No. Process data
Input
Output
56771
1 Byte
-
Logic E 4xM12
Identification
42 hex00 hexDD hex C3
6.6.3.2 I/O – Data
6.6.3.2.1. Input Data IDM
Byte 0
Bit
Channel
7
6
Output
S4
Output
S2
5
Input
Socket 2
Pin 4
4
Input
Socket 2
Pin 2
3
Input
Socket 1
Pin 4
2
Input
Socket 1
Pin 2
1
Input
Socket 0
Pin 4
0
Input
Socket 0
Pin 2
6.6.3.3 Parameter bytes
Byte
0
Signification
Settings Logic
6.6.3.4 Bit assignment of Parameter bytes
Settings Logic
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
00 – Inactive
01 – 1x6 AND/NOR
10 – 2x3 AND
11 – 2x3 XOR
Reserved
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1x6 AND/NOR:
Function
1x6 AND/NOR
Pin 2
Pin 4
Output
DI1
DI 3
DI5
DI2
DI4
DI6
S2
S4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
any other state
2x3 AND:
Function
2x3 AND
Pin 2
Pin 4
Output
DI1
DI 3
DI5
DI2
DI4
DI6
S2
S4
1
1
1
x
x
x
1
x
x
x
x
1
1
1
x
1
0
0
any other state
2x3 XOR:
Function
2x3 XOR
Pin 2
Pin 4
Output
DI1
DI 3
DI5
DI2
DI4
DI6
S2
S4
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
any other state
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COMDRV
The COMDRV module is a virtual module. In the process map of the PLC it uses 4 bytes each in the
input and output data. The I/O data allow executing a simple protocol enabling read or write actions on
the storage areas of the bus node.
A specific storage area is allocated to each extended service. For information on the structure, please
refer to the chapter "Extended Services". Access is made in Motorola format.
Implementation examples for various PLCs can be found under www.murrelekronik.com.
The COMDRV is required for using SAP 01 and SAP 05.
This module is supported from firmware 3.00. If it is used, it must be the last module
registered in the configuration.
7.1
Identification
Art. No.
Description
-
COMDRV
Process data
Input
Output
4 Bytes
4 Bytes
7.2
Bit assignment I/O Data
7.2.1
Input Data IDM
Byte 0 (Status )
Bit
7
Channel ACT
6
ACK
Bit
Designation
7
ACT
6
ACK
5
BSY
4
ERR
0 bis 3
SAP
5
BSY
Values
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0 to 15
4
ERR
Identification
C1hex 83hex 83hex 01hex
3
2
1
0
SAP ( Service Access Point 0..15 )
Description
ComDrv is not activated or not present.
ComDrv is active.
Waiting for request
Request confirmed
ComDrv ready.
ComDrv not ready because current process is not completed.
No error
Error (Error code in Data Low)
Service Access Point
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Byte 1 (Index)
INDEX ( 0..255 )
Byte 2 (Data_High)
DATA_HIGH
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
DATA_LOW
Error code
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Designation
NO_ERROR
SAP_NOTEXIST
INDEX_OUTOFRANGE
INDEX_READONLY
INDEX_WRITEONLY
ERR_READ
ERR_WRITE
ERR_PWD
Signification
No error
The SAP does not exist
Index greater than the max. Index of the SAP.
Index in SAP write-protected
Index in SAP read-protected
Internal read error
Internal write error
Wrong password
Tabelle 7-1 Error codes
7.2.2
Output Data ODM
Byte 0 ()
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
Channel
STR
R/W
B/W
RES
SAP ( Service Access Point 0..15 )
Bit
Designation
7
STR
6
R/W
5
B/W
4
3 to 0
RES
SAP
Values
0 -> 1
1 -> 0
0
1
0
1
0 to 15
2
1
0
Signification
Start process (Write or read access)
Abort current access or no effect.
Read : read access
Write : write access
Byte access
Word access
reserved
Service Access Point
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Byte 1 ()
INDEX ( 0..255 )
Byte 2 ()
DATA_HIGH
Byte 3 ()
DATA_LOW
The COMDRV has to be reset after every write or read access. This is done by overwriting the output data with the value 0.
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SPS
Bus Node
STR
R/W
B/W
SAP
INDEX
DATA
SPS
Bus Node
ACT
ACK
BSY
SAP
INDEX
DATA
Fig. 60: Timing Read Access
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Bus Node
STR
R/W
B/W
SAP
INDEX
DATA
SPS
Bus Node
ACT
ACK
BSY
SAP
INDEX
DATA
Fig. 61: Timing Read Access
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Extended Functions
For examples and function blocks please refer to our homepage.
7.3.1
General Information
The bus node provides specific services for extended functions. Several data and an instruction set
are assigned to a service. Each service is identified by a number, in the following described as SAP
(Service Access Point).
Communication between application and service is made through a storage area allocated to the service. The storage area can be accessed via the "virtual" COMDRV module included in the GSD file
from version 2.4 upwards. This module has to be the last module registered in the configuration.
The COMDRV module (see 1) uses 4 I/O data bytes, which allow to execute a simple protocol.
7.3.2
Structure of a SAP
Each SAP consists of a header (SAP INFO) shared by all SAPs and an individual area (SAP USER).
The administration part globally uses the addresses 0 to 5. Addresses 6 to 255 are provided for SAP
specific data. Take note that the SAPs do not use the entire address range. The max. admissible address for read or write actions is stored in the SAP header (addresses 2 or 3).
SAP Info
Index
0
1
2
3
4
5
Access
Write
Read only
Read only
Read only
Write
Write
Designation
CTRL_SAP
INFO_SAP
MAX_WR_ADR
MAX_RD_ADR
-
Description
Control SAP
Status SAP
Max. admissible address for write action
Max. admissible address for read action
Reserved
Reserved
Bit Assignment Index 0 – CTRL_SAP
Index
0
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit0
The 'Control' byte allows controlling service actions. The bit assignment is SAP specific. For more
details please refer to the description of the corresponding service.
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Bit Assignment Index 1 – INFO_SAP
Index
1
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit0
The 'Status' byte allows reading out the current status of a service. The bit assignment is SAP specific.
For more details please refer to the description of the corresponding service.
7.4
SAP01 : Software Version Service
7.4.1 Description
This service allows reading the software version and revision of the bus node.
SAP-INFO
Index
0
1
2
3
4
5
Access
Write
Read
Read only
Read only
Write
Write
Designation
CTRL SAP
INFO SAP
MAX_WR_ADR
MAX_RD_ADR
Reserved
Reserved
Value
0
0
7
7
0
0
This service does not provide any action. Therefore, CTRL SAP and INFO SAP are irrelevant for this
service.
SAP USER
Index
Access
6
Read
7
Read
Designation
Software Version
Software Revision
Value
e.g. 3
e.g. .10
Description
Software 3
Software .10
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7.5
SAP05 : Machine Option Service
7.5.1
Description
Deactivates I/O modules that are not included in the actual configuration.
Requirements
•
In the parameterization of the bus node the configuration check is set to "Extended".
•
The connected IO modules are subsets of the max. projected configuration.
Memory Structure
SAP-INFO
Index
0
1
2
3
4
5
Access
Write
Read
Read only
Read only
Write
Write
Designation
CTRL SAP
INFO SAP
MAX_WR_ADR
MAX_RD_ADR
Reserved
Reserved
Value
0
0
23
23
0
0
SAP-USER
Index Zugriff
6
Read/Write
7
Read/Write
Designation
Deact_8to15
Deact_0to7
Value Description
0
Deactivation information Module 8 to 15
0
Deactivation information Module 0 to 7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
PrmLength[Modul 0]
PrmLength[Modul 1]
PrmLength[Modul 2]
PrmLength[Modul 3]
PrmLength[Modul 4]
PrmLength[Modul 5]
PrmLength[Modul 6]
PrmLength[Modul 7]
PrmLength[Modul 8]
PrmLength[Modul 9]
PrmLength[Modul 10]
PrmLength[Modul 11]
PrmLength[Modul 12]
PrmLength[Modul 13]
PrmLength[Modul 14]
PrmLength[Modul 15]
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 0
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 1
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 2
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 3
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 4
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 5
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 6
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 7
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 8
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 9
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 10
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 11
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 12
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 13
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 14
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 15
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56600
56601 XX
56602
56603 XX
56605
56606
56610
56611 XX
56612
56613
56616
56620
56621 XX
56622
56623
56626 XX
56631
56640
56641
56600 1
56600 2
56650
56651 XX
56653
56655 XX
56656 XX
56656 XX
56656 XX
56656 XX
56657
56661
5666100
56 662
56600 0
56663
56665 XX
56 671
56681
56691
56700
56 701 XX
56710
56720 XX
56730 XX
56740 XX
56748 XX
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Designation
Placeholder
Cube67 DIO16 C 8xM12
Cube67 DIO16 E 8xM12
Cube67 DI16 C 8xM12
Cube67 DI16 E 8xM12
Cube67 DO6 (DO6) E 6xM12 K3
Cube67 DI16 E 8xM12 NPN
Cube67 DIO8 C 4xM12
Cube67 DIO8 E 4xM12
Cube67 DI8 C 4xM12
Cube67 DI8 E 4xM12
Cube67 DI8 E 4xM12 NPN
Cube67 DI8 C 8xM8
Cube67 DIO8 E 8xM8
Cube67 DI8 C 8xM8
Cube67 DI8 E 8xM8
Cube67 DI8 E 8xM8 NPN
Cube67 DIO8 E 4xM12 1A
Cube67 DIO16 C 8xM12 1,6A
Cube67 DIO16 DO16 E 16xM12 (1,6/2A)
Cube67 DO16 E Valve CPV 1,4m
Cube67 DO32 E Valve 0,5A mit 2m
Cube67 DO16 E Valve K3
Cube67 DO16 E Valve
Cube67 DO16 E MAC (0,5A)
Cube67 DO8 E Valve
Cube67 DO24 E Valve
Cube67 DO23 E Valve
Cube67 DO22 E Valve
Cube67 DO32 E Valve 0,5A
Cube67 DO32 E MAC
Cube67 DIO8 E Cable
Cube67 DIO8 E Cable 2m
Cube67 DIO16 E Cable 0,5A
Cube67 DIO8 E Cable M12 ID 1,2m
Cube67 DIO8 E M16
Cube67 DIO8 E Cable ID
Cube67 DI16/DO16 E Cable 0,5A
Cube67 DIO8/DI8 E TB Box
Cube67 DIO8/DI8 E TB Rail
Cube67 AI4 C 4xM12 (U)
Cube67 AI4 E 4xM12 (U)
Cube67 AO4 C 4xM12 (U)
Cube67 AO4 C 4xM12 (I)
Cube67 AI4 C 4xM12 (I)
Cube67 AI4 C 4xM12 RTD
Cube67 AI4 C 4xM12 TH
Parameter length
0
8
8
8
8
4
8
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
13
4
8
4
4
4
2
8
8
8
8
8
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
6
6
16
16
16
16
16
5
5
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56750
56760
56771
Designation
Cube67 CNT2 C 4xM12
Cube67 DIO4 RS485 E 3xM12
Cube67 Logic E 4xM12
Parameter length
13
6
1
Tab. 56: Parameter lengths of IO modules
Bit Assignment Control and Status byte
Bit Assignment Byte 0 – CTRL SAP
Byte/Index
0
Bit 7
-
Bit 6
-
Bit 5
-
Value
0
1
Command
Description
SAP05_CMD_RESET Reset
SAP05_CMD_CHK
Check configuration
Bit assignment Byte 1 – INFO SAP
Byte/Index Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
1
Bit
Designation
0
ACK
1
BSY
2
PRM
3
CFG
4
DTX
Values
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Bit 4
-
Bit 4
DTX
Bit 3
-
Bit 2
-
Bit 1
-
Bit0
CHK
Bit 3
CFG
Bit 2
PRM
Bit 1
BSY
Bit0
ACK
Description
Waiting for call
Call confirmed
Ready.
Not ready because current process is not completed.
Parameter check faulty.
Parameter check successful.
Parameter check faulty.
Parameter check successful.
Bus node status DATA_EX(0)
Bus node status DATA_EX(1)
DATA_EX(0) : Profibus-Data_Exchange. No I/O data exchange with I/O modules.
DATA_EX(1) : Profibus-Data_Exchange. I/O data exchange with I/O modules.
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Bit assignment Byte 6 and 7 : Deact_8to15 and Deact_0to7
Byte/Index
6
7
Bit 7
Module
15
Module 7
Value
0
1
Signification
Module present
Module deactivated
7.5.2
Bit 6
Module
14
Module 6
Bit 5
Module
13
Module 5
Bit 4
Module
12
Module 4
Bit 3
Module
11
Module 3
Bit 2
Module
10
Module 2
Bit 1
Module 9
Bit0
Module 8
Module 1
Module 0
Example
The following example illustrates the module deactivation procedure via the Machine Option Service,
based on Fig. Example of a modular machine.
The max. configuration is made up of 6 modules, Art. No. 56601 DIO16 E. 8xM12.
The machine configuration only consists of the base module A, the modules installed in the machine
module B are not present.
Create a table and enter the modules to be deactivated. Enter for each module the corresponding
parameter length, resulting from the table. The following table can be used as an example.
Module-No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
Art.No.
56601
56601
56601
56601
56601
56601
Designation
DIO16 E 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12
DIO16 E 8xM12
Deactivated
0
0
1
1
0
0
Parameter length
8
8
8
8
8
8
Tab. 57: Example Actual Configuration
Tab. 58: Parameter lengths of IO modules' provides the information that has to be written into SAP
05.
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Designation
Deact_8to15
Deact_0to7
PrmLength[Module 0]
PrmLength[Module 1]
PrmLength[Module 2]
PrmLength[Module 3]
PrmLength[Module 4]
PrmLength[Module 5]
PrmLength[Module 6]
PrmLength[Module 7]
PrmLength[Module 8]
PrmLength[Module 9]
PrmLength[Module 10]
PrmLength[Module 11]
PrmLength[Module12]
PrmLength[Module 13]
PrmLength[Module 14]
PrmLength[Module 15]
Value
0
0Chex
8
8
8
8
8
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Description
Deactivation information module 8 to 15
Deactivation information modul 0 to 7
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 0
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 1
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 2
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 3
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 4
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 5
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 6
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 7
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 8
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 9
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 10
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 11
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 12
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 13
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 14
No. of parameter bytes for module Slot 15
Tab. 59: Example : Data range of SAP05
Now you have all the information available that have to be written into the bus node by means of the
COMDRV module.
c - Step
Wait until the COMDRV module is ready. Below the map of the four input data bytes of the COMDRV
module when in ready state:
Byte 0 (Status)
Byte 1 (Index)
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ACT bit = 1 when COMDRV in ready state
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d - Step
Write the values from table 5 into the data range of the SAP05 via the COMDRV. The required sequency is represented below by a write action on address 6. All other write actions are executed the
same way.
Write the output data of the COMDRV with the following values:
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
C5hex
07hex
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
00hex
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
Data_Low
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Data_High
Byte 1 (Index)
Index
SAP
STR
R/W
B/W
-
Byte 0 (Control)
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
0Chex
The value 0Chex is written into Index 7 of SAP 05.
This operation may take several PLC cycles, depending on the baud rate used in the Profibus. Therefore, you have to wait until the current write action is completed before starting the next write action.
The feedback on the status of the current writing operation is received by the status byte in the input
data of the COMDRV module.
The write request is confirmed by the COMDRV by ACK = 1 and BYS = 1. When the write action is
completed, BSY = 0 is set. In case of an access error you will receive ERR = 1 and the error code is
reported in the DATA_LOW byte.
Please note that the COMDRV module and every service have a status or control
byte. These two are not identical. The COMDRV is provided in the process map of the
PLC. The status or control byte of a service is not directly accessible; access is only
possible via the COMDRV.
The COMDRV has to be reset after each Read/Write action. Reset is performed by
setting the output bytes to zero.
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Repeat the write actions until all data are registered in the SAP 05 according to the table.
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
Data_Low
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Data_High
Byte 1 (Index)
Index
SAP
STR
R/W
B/W
-
Byte 0 (Control)
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
Index
Byte 1 (Index)
Data_Low
Byte 0 (Control)
Data_High
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
08hex
SAP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
00hex
STR
R/W
B/W
-
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
C5hex
08hex
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
Index
Byte 1 (Index)
Data_Low
Byte 0 (Control)
Data_High
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
08hex
SAP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
00hex
STR
R/W
B/W
-
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
C5hex
09hex
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
Index
Byte 1 (Index)
Data_Low
Byte 0 (Control)
Data_High
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
08hex
SAP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
00hex
STR
R/W
B/W
-
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
C5hex
0Ahex
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
Index
Byte 1 (Index)
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
C5hex
0Chex
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
00hex
Data_Low
Byte 0 (Control)
Data_High
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
08hex
SAP
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
00hex
STR
R/W
B/W
-
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 1 1
C5hex
0Bhex
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
08hex
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1 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 1 1 0 1
C5hex
0Dhex
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
00hex
Data_Low
Data_High
Byte 1 (Index)
Index
SAP
STR
R/W
B/W
-
Byte 0 (Control)
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
08hex
e - Step
Start the configuration check by writing the value 1 (Command SAP05_CMD_CHK) into the control
byte of the SAP 05.
Byte 3 (Data_Low)
Data_Low
Byte 2 (Data_High)
Data_High
Byte 1 (Index)
Index
SAP
STR
R/W
B/W
-
Byte 0 (Control)
1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
C5hex
00hex
00hex
01hex
If the projected configuration matches the actual configuration, I/O data can be exchanged between
the control and the process.
In case of a discrepancy no I/O data will be exchanged with the IO modules. The CfgF LED lights up
red. The result of the check can be read out from the status byte (Index 0).
The actual configuration is once checked after a power reset.
In order to restart the configuration set the machine option service has to be reset with the comand
SAP05_CMD_RESET. Please note that the system must be switched off before modifying the actual
configuration.
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Glossary
General Information about the Profibus
Bus segment
The electrical specification of the RS-485 interface limits the number of devices in an RS485 network to 32. If more than 32 Profibus devices have to
be used, the network must be segmented by means of repeaters.
DP
Decentralized periphery. Profibus - protocol for high-speed cyclical data
exchange.
Freeze-Mode
The input data of the slave are "frozen".
GAP factor
The number of bus cycles after which a DP master searches for new active
devices in order to include them into the token ring. This factor can be modified in order to optimize the speed of a DP network.
GAP range
The address range, in which an active device searches for other new active
devices. This range is always between the own address and the address of
the next active device already in the token ring. The range from the highest
address up to 127 does not belong to the GAP range.
GSD
The GSD file (electronic data sheet) describes the technical features of a
Profibus product. This file is required for the configuration of a Profibus system and is provided by the manufacturer of the device.
ID number
A 16-bit number which clearly identifies a Profibus product. It is a reference
to the GSD file. More than one device can have the same ID number, provided that the numbers can be written to a common GDS file. This number
is allocated by the "Profibus Nutzerorganisation e.V." (Profibus users organization).
IEC 61158
Globally recognized standard for Profibus DP and FMS which supersedes
the international standard EN 50170 Volume 2.
Master Class 1
The master that performs useful data traffic.
Master Class 2
Master for control, startup, and configuration tasks.
Byte
Term from IEC 61158. Corresponds to 1 byte or 8 bits.
PIO
Process image of outputs.
PII
Process image of inputs
PNO
Profibus Nutzerorganisation e.V. (Profibus users organization).
Repeater
Coupling element for signal processing between Profibus segments.
PLC
Programmable Logic Controller
Sync_mode
The output data of the slave are "frozen".
Token
The active device (master) in possession of the token can carry out data
exchange with the slaves it has parameterized and configured. On completion of the data cycle, the active device passes the token over to the next
active device.
Cube67 specific
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Sensor short circuit
Short-circuit or overload at Pin 1 of the M12 socket causes the self-setting
fuse to blow. Each M12 socket is separately fused. A red LED indicates the
fault at the associated M12 socket. This fault is indicated via the DP diagnosis. The sensor supply restarts automatically after the fault is cleared.
Please note the specific characteristics of analog AO modules.
Actuator cut-off
Short circuit or overload at an output causes the output to switch off. This
fault is indicated to the DP master via the DP diagnosis. A red LED indicates
the fault at the associated M12 socket. The output is not automatically reenabled. The output or the actuator supply voltage mus be disabled after
eliminating the cause of the fault. This clears the short circuit memory.
Actuator warning
When an output is disabled, the presence of 24V at the associated Pin of
the M12 socket is detected. This is an indication of a "short-circuit" to +24V.
A probable cause of this diagnosis is a faulty connection, i.e. a sensor was
connected to a channel parameterized as an output. A red LED indicates
the fault at the associated M12 socket. This fault is indicated to the DP master via the DP diagnosis. This fault does not affect activation of the output. it
is not possible to detect an actuator warning when the output is enabled.
Undervoltage
The voltages of the sensor supply and actuator supply are metered separately. When the voltage drops below 18 V DC, a fault is indicated to the DP
master via the DP diagnosis. When sensor supply undervoltage is detected,
the LED labeled „US“ lights up red. When actuator supply undervoltage is
detected, the LED labeled „UA“ lights up red. This diagnosis can be masked
out via parameterization.
No voltage
This diagnosis is indicated to the DP master when the supply voltage drops
below 12 V DC. This diagnosis can be masked out via parameterization.
External fault
This diagnosis can only be generated by an input parameterized as a diagnostic input. External fault is indicated when 0 V is present at this input.
Sensors/actuators, which meet the DESINA specification are supported.
Alternatively, the line can be monitored for open circuit by using a diagnosis
adapter.
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