E1 Plus EtherNet Side Mount Module User Manual

E1 Plus EtherNet Side Mount Module User Manual

User Manual

Bulletin 193 E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module

Catalog Number 193-ETN

Important User Information

Solid-state equipment has operational characteristics differing from those of electromechanical equipment. Safety

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Table of Contents

Installation and Wiring

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Network Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Protection Functions

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Trip Status / Identification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Trip Resetting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Trip and Warning Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Overload and Phase Loss Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Overload Warning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Jam Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Jam Trip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Jam Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Underload Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Underload Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Communication Fault Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Comm Fault Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Communication Idle Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Comm Idle Warning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Configure an E1 Plus EtherNet/

IP Module To Operate on the

Network

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Determining Network Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Setting the IP Network Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Assign Network Parameters via the BOOTP/DHCP Utility. . . . . . . . . 20

Assign Network Parameters Via a Web Browser and MAC Scanner

Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Other Factors to Consider When Assigning Network Parameters . . . . 24

Duplicate IP Address Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Behavior of Modules With Duplicate IP Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

DNS Addressing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Install EDS File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Download EDS File Embedded in the Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Download EDS File from Allen-Bradley EDS File Download Site 27

Register the EDS File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Automation Controller and

Software Communications

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

I/O Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

ControlLogix Configuration with Add-On Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

EtherNet/IP Network Configuration with Add-On Profiles . . . . . 35

Accessing Module Data with Add-On Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

ControlLogix Generic Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

EtherNet/IP Network Generic Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Downloading the Generic Configuration to the PLC . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

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Email Notifications

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Notification Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Email Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Email Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Configure Device Identity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Device Parameters and Tags

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Parameter and Tag Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Program Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Resetting to the Factory Default Values. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Parameter Group Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Monitor Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Advanced Setup Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Reset/Lock Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

I/O Setup Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

Trip History Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Troubleshooting

Accessing Generic Module Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Logix Explicit Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

MicroLogix 1100 and 1400 Explicit Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

FactoryTalk View with Predefined Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

EtherNet/IP Modes of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Power-Up Reset Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Run Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Recoverable Error Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Unrecoverable Error Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

Input and Output Troubleshooting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

Specifications

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

EtherNet/IP Information

Electronic Data Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

EtherNet/IP Objects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

Identity Object — CLASS CODE 0x01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

Message Router Object — CLASS CODE 0x02. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82

Assembly Object — CLASS CODE 0x04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

Connection Manager Object — CLASS CODE 0x06 . . . . . . . . . . . 85

Discrete Input Point Object — CLASS CODE 0x08 . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

Discrete Output Point Object — CLASS CODE 0x09 . . . . . . . . . . 86

Parameter Object — CLASS CODE 0x0F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87

Parameter Group Object — CLASS CODE 0x10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

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Control Supervisor Object — CLASS CODE 0x29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89

Overload Object — CLASS CODE 0x2C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91

PCP Object — CLASS CODE 0xC2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91

TCP/IP Interface Object — CLASS CODE 0xF5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92

Ethernet Link Object — CLASS CODE 0xF6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93

Rockwell Automation Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

Installation Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

New Product Satisfaction Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

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Introduction

Chapter

1

Installation and Wiring

The purpose of this chapter is to provide the necessary instructions to successfully install an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module to an E1 Plus Overload Relay and properly connect to a EtherNet/IP network.

ATTENTION: To prevent electrical shock, disconnect from power source before installing or servicing. Install in suitable enclosure.

Keep free from contaminants.

ATTENTION: The side mount module contains ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing, or repairing this assembly. Component damage may result if ESD control procedures are not followed. If you are not familiar with static control procedures, refer to Rockwell Automation publication

8000-4.5.2, “Guarding Against Electrostatic Damage”, or any other applicable ESD protection handbook.

ATTENTION: The purpose of this document is to serve as a guide for proper installation. The National Electrical Code and any other governing regional or local code will take precedence. Rockwell

Automation cannot assume responsibility for the compliance or proper installation of the side mount module or associated equipment. A hazard of personal injury and/or equipment damage exists if codes are ignored during installation.

ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed side mount module can result in damage to the components or reduction in product life. Wiring or application errors such as supplying incorrect or inadequate supply voltage, or operating/storing in excessive ambient temperatures may result in malfunction of the product.

ATTENTION: Only personnel familiar with the side mount module and associated machinery should plan to install, set up, and maintain the system. Failure to comply may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.

ATTENTION: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case, the user may be required to take adequate measures.

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Features

Figure 1 - Features

Ethernet Connector

ATTENTION: To remain compliant with UL/CSA Certifications, the

EtherNet/IP power supply must meet NEC Class 2 requirements.

Link/Activity LED

Network Status LED

Output Status LED

Input Status LED

Module Status LED

Power Connector

Output Status LED

I/O Connector

Input Status LED

Module Status LED

Link/Activity LED

Network Status LED

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Figure 2 - Installation [1]

Figure 3 - Installation [2]

#2 Driver

Figure 4 - Installation [3]

0.7…1.1 N•m

(6…10 lb.-in)

0.6 mm X 3.5 mm Blade

(0.02 in X 0.14 in Blade

)

0.5…0.6 N•m

(4.4…5.3 lb.-in)

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7 mm

(0.28 in)

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Wiring

Table 1 - Wire and Size Torque Specifications

1X

2X

1X

2X

1X

2X

Figure 5 - Wiring Diagram

24…12 AWG

24…16 AWG

5 lb.-in

0.2…2.5 mm

2

0.25…1 mm

2

0.56 N•m

0.2…2.5 mm

2

0.2…1 mm

2

0.56 N•m

GND

A2 (-)

A1 (+)

(20.4…26.4V DC)

SSV

IN2

IN1

OUTA

(B300)

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Dimensions

J

H

Figure 6 - Dimension Diagram

A

F

K

E

G

D

B

Chapter 1

C

L

Table 2 - Dimension Specifications

Contactor Cat.

No.

E1 Plus

Cat. No.

100-C09, -C12,

-C16, -C23

193*-EE_B

A

100-C30, -C37

100-C43

100-C60, -C72,

-C85

193*EE_D

193*-EE_E

67,3 mm

(2.65 in)

67,3 mm

(2.65 in)

71.8 mm

(2.83 in)

94,3 mm

(3.71 in)

B

148 mm

(4.83 in)

148 mm

(5.83 in)

148 mm

(5.83 in)

191.6 mm

(7.54 in)

C

85.2 mm

(3.35 in)

101.2 mm

(3.98 in)

101.2 mm

(3.98 in)

120.4 mm

(4.74 in)

D

24.5 mm

(0.96 in)

24.5 mm

(0.96 in)

24.5 mm

(0.96 in)

29 mm

(1.14 in)

E

13.9 mm

(0.55 in)

13.9 mm

(0.56 in)

18.4 mm

(0.74 in)

23.8 mm

(0.94 in)

F

35 mm

(1.38 in)

35 mm

(0.55 in)

45 mm

(1.77 in)

55 mm

(2.16 in)

G H J K L

60 mm

(2.36 in)

60 mm

(2.36 in)

60 mm

(2.36 in)

100 mm

(3.94 in)

86.5 mm

(3.40 in)

104 mm

(4.09 in)

104 mm

(4.09 in)

126 mm

(4.94 in)

2 mm

(0.08 in)

2 mm

(0.08 in)

2 mm

(0.08 in)

2 mm

(0.08 in)

4.5 mm

(0.17 in)

4.5 mm

(0.17 in)

4.5 mm

(0.17 in)

5.4 mm

(0.21 in)

22,3 mm

(0.88 in)

22,3 mm

(0.88 in)

22,3 mm

(0.88 in)

22,3 mm

(0.88 in)

Network Design

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module has one RJ45 port to connect a CAT5 type or better Ethernet cable. Rockwell Automation offers a wide variety of

Allen-Bradley Ethernet patch cables with its Bulletin 1585 line of Ethernet cables

(http://www.ab.com/sensors/ethernet/incabinet.html).

The E1 Plus supports a Star Ethernet topology in which all Ethernet nodes wire back to a central Ethernet switch, hub, or router as shown below:

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Rockwell Automation offers a line of Allen-Bradley managed and unmanaged

Ethernet Switches with its Stratix family of Ethernet Switches (http:// www.ab.com/networks/switches/).

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Protection Functions

Introduction

Trip Status / Identification

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module determines trip status and identification through monitoring of reference signals inside the E1 Plus Overload Relay. On power-up, it assumes that the E1 Plus Overload Relay is in a non-tripped condition. For definitive feedback on trip status of the E1 Plus Overload Relay, one of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module inputs may be wired to the N.O. auxiliary contact (terminals 97 and 98) of the E1 Plus Overload Relay. Parameters 40 and

41 are used to configure the assignment of the inputs. For this function, use the

“OL Contact” configuration.

Trip Resetting

The purpose of this chapter is to provide detailed information regarding the protective trip and warning functions that the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module adds to the E1 Plus Overload Relay. In this chapter, you will find considerable mention given to parameters as they relate to these functions. For complete descriptions of the programming parameters, refer to

Chapter 6- Device Parameters and Tags.

The following options are available for resetting a tripped E1 Plus Overload Relay with an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module:

• Blue mechanical reset button located on the front of the E1 Plus Overload

Relay

• Setting Parameter 14, Trip Reset, to “Reset trip”

• Setting the trip reset bit in an output assembly from a logic controller

• Using a push button (N.O. contact configuration) wired to one of the

EtherNet/IP module inputs, programming the corresponding input assignment parameter (40 or 41) to “Trip Reset”

• Setting the CIP Tag, Trip_Reset, to 1

IMPORTANT

Setting parameter 16, Reset Mode, to “Automatic” does not result in other reset commands being ignored.

Trip and Warning Enable

Parameter 12, Trip Enable, allows the installer to enable or disable the jam trip protective function.

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Parameter 13, Warning Enable, allows the installer to enable or disable the overload, jam, underload, and communication warning protective functions.

ATTENTION: The Trip Enable settings should not be altered during machine operation, as unexpected behavior could occur. This may result in an unintended actuation of controlled industrial equipment, with the potential for machine damage or serious injury to personnel.

Overload and Phase Loss

Protection

Thermal overload and phase loss trip protection is provided exclusively by the E1

Plus Overload Relay. The E1 Plus Overload Relay provides uninterrupted protection to the motor, even in the event of an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module failure. Settings for FLA and trip class are found directly on the E1 Plus Overload

Relay.

IMPORTANT

The reset mode DIP switch adjustment is overridden by the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP module parameter 16, OL Reset Mode, while the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP module is powered.

Overload Warning

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module continuously monitors the E1 Plus Overload

Relay's percentage of thermal utilization signal. Parameter 2, %Therm Utilized, provides this value.

Parameter 17, OL Warn Level, is used to adjust the setpoint to alert for an impending overload trip and is adjustable from 0…100% TCU.

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will indicate an overload warning if all the following conditions are met:

• No warning currently exists

• Overload warning is enabled

%Therm Utilized is equal to or greater than OL Warn Level

When the overload warning conditions are satisfied, the following will occur:

• Bit 0 in Parameter 4, Warning Status, will go to “1”

• Bit 1 of Parameter 10, Device Status, will go to “1”

IMPORTANT

%Therm Utilized will stabilize at a value of approximately 88% with the motor operating continuously at rated current.

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Jam Protection

Chapter 2

Motor current greater than the motor's nameplate rating can indicate a high overload or stall condition, such as an overloaded conveyor or jammed gear.

These conditions can result in overheating of the motor, and equipment damage.

Rapid jam fault detection helps to minimize damage and loss of production.

By continuously monitoring the motor current level signal as a percentage of the

E1 Plus Overload Relay's dial FLA setting, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module allows jam trip and warning capability.

Jam Trip

The following parameters are available for configuring the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP

Module's jam trip performance:

• Parameter 18, Jam Inhibit Time, allows the installer to inhibit a jam trip from occurring during the motor starting sequence. It is adjustable from

0…250 seconds.

• Parameter 19, Jam Trip Delay, allows the installer to define the time period a jam condition must be present before a trip occurs. It is adjustable from

5…250 seconds.

• Parameter 20, Jam Trip Level, allows the installer to define the current at which the E1 Plus Overload Relay will trip on a jam. It is user-adjustable from 150…600% of the FLA dial setting.

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will command the E1 Plus Overload Relay to trip if all the following conditions are met:

• No trip currently exists

Jam Protection is enabled

Jam Inhibit Time has expired

• The motor current is greater than the Jam Trip Level for a time period greater than the

Jam Trip Delay

When the conditions for a jam trip are satisfied, the following will occur:

• Bit 2 in Parameter 3, Trip Status, will go to “1”

• Bit 0 in Parameter 10, Device Status, will go to “1”

• The E1 Plus Overload Relay's trip relay contacts (95 and 96) will open

• Out A will be placed in their Protection Fault State (if so programmed)

IMPORTANT

The Protection Fault State of OUT A is defined by parameter 34 (OUTA

Pr FltState) and parameter 35 (OUTA Pr FltValue).

IMPORTANT

The jam inhibit timer starts after the load current transitions from 0 A to 30% FLA. The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module does not begin monitoring for a jam condition until the Jam Inhibit Time expires.

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Jam Warning

Parameter 21, Jam Warn Level, allows the installer to define the current at which the EtherNet Module will indicate a warning. It is user-adjustable from

100…600% FLA.

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will indicate a Jam warning if:

• No warning currently exists

• Jam Warning is enabled

• Jam Inhibit Time has expired

• The motor current is equal to or greater than the Jam Warn Level

When the Jam Warning conditions are satisfied, the following will occur:

• Bit 2 in Parameter 4, Warning Status, will go to “1”

• Bit 1 in Parameter 10, Device Status, will go to “1”

IMPORTANT

The Jam Warning function does not include a time delay feature.

Once the Jam Inhibit Time has expired, the Jam Warning indication is instantaneous.

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Motor current less than a specific level may indicate a mechanical malfunction in the installation, such as a torn conveyor belt, damaged fan blade, broken shaft, or worn tool. Such conditions may not harm the motor, however, rapid detection may help to minimize equipment damage and loss of production.

Underload Warning

The following parameters are available for configuring the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP

Module's underload warning performance:

• Parameter 22, UL Inhibit Time, allows the installer to inhibit an underload indication from occurring during the motor starting sequence. It is adjustable from 0…250 seconds.

• Parameter 23, UL Warn Level, allows the installer to define the current at which the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will indicate a warning. It is useradjustable from 30…100% of the FLA dial setting.

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will immediately indicate an Underload warning if:

• No warning currently exists

Underload Warning is enabled

UL Inhibit Time has expired

• The motor current is less than the UL Warn Level

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When the Underload Warning conditions are satisfied, the following will occur:

• Bit 3 in Parameter 4, Warning Status, will go to “1”

• Bit 1 of Parameter 10, Device Status, will go to “1”

IMPORTANT

The Underload Warning function does not include a time delay feature. Once the UL Inhibit Time has expired, the Underload warning indication is instantaneous.

Communication Fault

Protection

A disruption of the communication link between the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP

Module and a EtherNet/IP network can result in the loss of application control and/or critical process diagnostic data. Rapid communication fault detection helps minimize potential damage due to uncontrolled or unmonitored applications.

Comm Fault Warning

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will indicate a Comm Fault warning if:

• No warning currently exists

• Comm Fault Warning is enabled

• The EtherNet/IP Module experiences a loss of communication

When the Comm Fault warning conditions are satisfied, the following will occur:

• The Network Status LED will blink red or become solid red

• Bit 5 in Parameter 4, Warning Status, will go to “1”

• Bit 1 of Parameter 10, Device Status, will go to “1”

IMPORTANT

The Comm Fault State of OUT A is defined by Parameter 36 (OUTA En

FltState) and parameter 37 (OUTA En FltValue).

Communication Idle

Protection

When a programmable controller is placed into the program mode, the execution of its ladder program is suspended, and any connected networks go to an idle state. If inadvertent, this can result in the loss of application control and/or critical process diagnostic data. Rapid communication idle detection helps minimize the potential damage due to uncontrolled or unmonitored applications.

Comm Idle Warning

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will indicate a Comm Idle warning if:

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• No warning currently exists

• Comm Idle Warning is enabled

• The network controller that is communicating to the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP

Module is placed in idle mode

When the Comm Idle warning conditions are satisfied, the following will occur:

• Bit 6 in Parameter 4, Warning Status, will go to “1”

• Bit 1 in Parameter 10, Device Status, will go to “1”

IMPORTANT

The Comm Idle State of OUT A is defined by Parameter 38 (OUTA En

IdlState) and parameter 39 (OUTA En IdlValue).

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Configure an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module To

Operate on the Network

Introduction

This chapter describes how to configure an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module to operate on an EtherNet/IP network.

When you first install an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module, the module is Dynamic

Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) enabled.

Determining Network

Parameters

To operate an EtherNet/IP network, you must define these parameters.

Table 3 - EtherNet/IP Network Parameters

EtherNet/IP Network Parameter

IP address

Subnet mask

Gateway

Description

The IP address uniquely identifies the module. The IP address is in the form xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx where each xxx is a number from 0...255. These are reserved values you cannot use:

0.0.0.1...0.255.255.255

127.0.0.0...127.255.255.255

224.255.255.255...255.255.255.255

Subnet addressing is an extension of the IP address scheme that allows a site to use a single network ID for multiple physical networks. Routing outside of the site continues by dividing the IP address into a net ID and a host ID via the class. Inside a site, the subnet mask is used to redivide the IP address into a custom network ID portion and host ID portion.

If you change the subnet mask of an already-configured module, you must cycle power to the module for the change to take effect.

A gateway connects individual physical networks into a system of networks. When a node needs to communicate with a node on another network, a gateway transfers the data between the two networks.

If you use DNS addressing, or reference the module via a host name in an MSG instruction, then define these parameters.

Table 4 - EtherNet/IP Network Parameters for DNS Addressing

EtherNet/IP Network Parameter

Host name

Domain name

Primary DNS server address

Secondary DNS server address

Description

A host name is part of a text address that identifies the module. The full text address of a module is

host_name.domain_name.

A domain name is part of a text address that identifies the domain in which the module resides. The full text address of a module is host_name.domain_name. The domain name has a 48-character limit.

This identifies any DNS servers used in the network. You must have a DNS server configured if you specify an SMTP server with a name. The DNS server converts the domain name or host name to an

IP address that can be used by the network.

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Check with your Ethernet network administrator to determine if you need to specify these parameters.

Setting the IP Network

Address

E1 Plus EtherNet/IP modules ship with DHCP enabled. You can set the network

Internet Protocol (IP) address by:

• Using a Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP)/Dynamic Host Configuration

Protocol (DHCP) server, such as the Rockwell Automation BOOTP-

DHCP Server Utility, which is included with Rockwell Software’s

RSLinx™ Classic software

• Using a web browser and MAC Scanner software

Assign Network

Parameters via the BOOTP/

DHCP Utility

By default, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module is DHCP enabled. The BOOTP/

DHCP utility is a standalone program that is located in the:

• BOOTP-DHCP Server folder accessed from the Start menu.

IMPORTANT

Before you start the BOOTP/DHCP utility, make sure you have the hardware MAC ID of the module, which is printed on the side of the

E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module. The MAC ID has a format similar to: 00-

0b-db-14-55-35.

This utility recognizes DHCP-enabled devices and provides an interface to configure a static IP address for each device.

To assign network parameters via the BOOTP/DHCP utility, perform this procedure.

1.

Start the BOOTP/DHCP software.

2.

Select Tool

→ Network Settings.

3.

If appropriate for the network, enter the subnet mask, gateway address, primary/secondary server addresses, and domain name.

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Click OK.

The Request History panel displays the hardware addresses of modules issuing BOOTP or DHCP requests.

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Double-click the MAC address of the module to be configured.

The MAC address is printed on the side of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module. The format of the hardware address resembles

00-0b-db-14-55-35.

The New Entry window appears with the module’s Ethernet Address

(MAC).

6.

Enter the IP address, host name, and a module description.

7.

Click OK.

8.

Re-cycle power to the module. To recycle power, remove and reapply the control power terminals A1 and A2.

9.

To permanently assign this configuration to the module, highlight the module in the Relation List panel and click the Disable BOOTP/DHCP button.

When module power is recycled, it uses the assigned configuration and does not issue a DHCP request.

If you do not select the Disable BOOTP/DHCP button, on a power cycle, the module clears the current IP configuration and will again begin sending DHCP requests.

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Assign Network

Parameters Via a Web

Browser and MAC Scanner

Software

In the event that a user does not have access to a DHCP software utility, a user can assign network parameters via a web browser, such as Microsoft’s Internet

Explorer, and Media Access Control (MAC) scanner software, such as MAC

Scanner from Colasoft - http://www.colasoft.com/ . Follow these steps to configure the module using this method.

1.

Locate and identify the MAC ID printed on the label of the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module. This address has a format that is similar to: 00-0b-db-14-55-35

2.

Connect the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module to the same Wide

Area Network (WAN) as your personal computer.

3.

Start the MAC scanner software

4.

Select the appropriate subnet to scan for available MAC addresses.

5.

Scan the Subnet for all available MAC addresses.

6.

Identify the IP address assigned to the MAC ID of the E1 Plus EtherNet/

IP Side Mount Module. The IP address will have a format that is similar to

192.168.0.100.

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Open a web browser and type the IP address on the address line to view the internal web server of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

8.

Select Administration Settings->Network Configuration to change the

IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module to a static IP address.

9.

The module will prompt the user for a User Name and Password. Use

“Administrator” for the user name, leave the password field blank, and select OK.

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Assign the appropriate network settings per the recommendation of the network administrator for the network that this module will be communicating on and select Apply.

11.

Recycle the power on the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module for the communications changes to take affect. To recycle power, remove and reapply the control power terminals A1 and A2.

Other Factors to Consider

When Assigning Network

Parameters

There are other factors to consider when assigning networks parameters, which include:

• Network isolation from or integration into the plant/enterprise network

• Network size

For large networks, even isolated networks, it might be more convenient and safer to use a BOOTP/DHCP server rather than RSLinx software.

The BOOTP/DHCP server also limits the possibility of assigning duplicate IP addresses.

• Company policies and procedures dealing with plant floor network installation and maintenance

• Level of involvement by IT personnel in plant floor network installation and maintenance

• Type of training offered to control engineers and maintenance personnel

If you use the Rockwell Automation BOOTP or DHCP server in an uplinked subnet where an enterprise DHCP server exists, a module may get an address from the enterprise server before the Rockwell Automation utility even sees the

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ATTENTION: The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module must be assigned a fixed network address. The IP address of this module must not be dynamically provided.

Failure to observe this precaution may result in unintended machine motion or loss of process control.

Duplicate IP Address

Detection

When you change the IP address or connect the module to an EtherNet/IP network, the module checks to make sure that the IP address assigned to this module does not match the address of any other network device. If the module determines that another device on the network with a matching IP address, the

EtherNet/IP port of the module goes into conflict mode.

NETWORK STATUS LED indicator is solid red.

To resolve this conflict, use the instructions in this chapter to change the IP address of the module. Then cycle power to the module or reset the modules by disconnecting and then reconnecting the EtherNet cable.

Two modules could possibly detect a conflict simultaneously. If this occurs, perform this procedure.

1.

Remove the module with the incorrect IP address and correct its conflict.

2.

Cycle power or disconnect the EtherNet cable from the second module and reconnect it.

Behavior of Modules With Duplicate IP Addresses

Devices in conflict over an IP address behave differently depending on whether connections have been established to either of the modules and whether both modules support duplicate IP address detection.

Table 5 - Device Conflict Over Duplicate IP Addresses

If Then

Both modules support duplicate IP address detection The first started module uses and retains its IP address.

The other module will detect a conflict, give up the IP address and enter conflict mode.

One of them surrenders the IP address and enters conflict mode.

Both modules support duplicate IP address detection and are started at roughly the same time

One module supports duplicate IP address detection and a second module does not

The second module generally keeps its IP address, regardless of which module first obtains the

IP address.

The module that supports duplicate IP address detection will detect the conflict and give up the

IP address.

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DNS Addressing

Install EDS File

To further qualify a module’s address, use DNS addressing to specify a host name for a module, which also includes specifying a domain name and DNS servers.

DNS addressing makes it possible to set up similar network structures and IP address sequences under different domains.

DNS addressing is only necessary if you refer to the module by host name, such as in path descriptions in MSG instructions.

To use DNS addressing, perform this procedure.

1.

Assign a host name to the module.

A network administrator should be able to assign a host name. Valid host names should be IEC-1131-3 compliant.

2.

Configure the module's parameters.

3.

In addition to the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address, configure a host name for the module, domain name, and primary/secondary DNS server addresses.

Before the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module is configured to communicate on an EtherNet/IP network, it must be registered to the software that configures the network such as Rockwell Software’s RSLinx Classic and

RSNetWorx for EtherNet/IP software. A user registers the module by installing an Electronic Data Sheet (EDS file). The EDS file for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP

Side Mount Module can be obtained from one of two locations:

• Embedded in the module

• Allen-Bradley EDS file download website

Download EDS File Embedded in the Module

The EDS file for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module is embedded within the module. After the IP address for the module has been configured, connect the module to same Ethernet network as a personal computer. Using a web browser on the personal computer, a user can download the EDS file using a web browser by following these steps:

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Type the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module on the address line of the web browser.

2.

Right click on the EDS File link

3.

Select Save to save the EDS file to the personal computer.

Download EDS File from Allen-Bradley EDS File Download Site

The EDS file for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module can also be downloaded from the Allen-Bradley EDS File download site. Using a web browser on the personal computer that is connected to the Internet, a user can download the EDS file by following these steps:

1.

Type http://www.ab.com/networks/eds on the address line of the web browser.

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Select the network type as EtherNet/IP and select Search.

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Locate the EDS file for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module and download it to the personal computer.

Register the EDS File

After the EDS file has been downloaded, a user will need to register the EDS file with the software that configures the EtherNet/IP network. The following example lists the steps needed to register an EDS file with Rockwell Software’s

RSLinx Classic software.

1.

Start the EDS Hardware Installation Tool, located at Start->Programs-

>Rockwell Software->RSLinx Tools.

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Select Add to register a new device.

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Register a single file, browse to the location where the EDS file is located, and select Next.

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Select Next to accept the installation test results.

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Accept the Graphic Image by selecting Next.

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Select Next to register the device.

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Select Finish to successfully register the module.

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Communications

Chapter

4

Introduction

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module supports three types of EtherNet/

IP messaging:

• I/O Messaging — Used for deterministic Ethernet communications with

ControlLogix™, CompactLogix™, SoftLogix™, and EtherNet/IP scanners.

Its primary use is to read and write I/O data for control purposes.

• Explicit Messaging — Used for non-deterministic communications in which the data is not critical for control. Explicit messages have a lower priority compared to I/O messages, and they are used to read and write non-critical data. Logix controllers, MicroLogix 1100 and 1400 controllers support Explicit Messaging using a MSG instruction.

• ControlLogix Style Tags — Used for non-deterministic communications in which the data will is used in an HMI, SCADA, or historical data logging software system. Software packages can read and write data directly from the device.

This chapter describes and shows examples of how each type of messaging is used.

I/O Messaging

RSLogix 5000™ software is used to configure I/O messaging between an automation controller and an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module on an

EtherNet/IP Network. This example will show the steps necessary to configure a

ControlLogix controller for this type of messaging.

Note: If you are not using Add-on profiles, please turn to

page 38 .

ControlLogix Configuration with Add-On Profiles

If you have RSLogix 5000 v. 20.0, the E1 Plus add-on profile (AOP) is included.

Proceed with the following instructions. If you do have v. 19 or earlier, download the AOP before proceeding.

An existing project can be used or a new project can be created to configure

EtherNet/IP I/O messaging. To create a new configuration in RSLogix 5000, select File

→ New.

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Select the controller type, chassis type, slot number, and project path.

Enter a name for the controller and click OK.

2.

Right-click on I/O Configuration and select New Module to open the

Select Module Type window.

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Select the desired EtherNet/IP scanner module and click OK.

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Enter the desired communication settings and click Finish.

EtherNet/IP Network Configuration with Add-On Profiles

After the controller configuration, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module has to be added to the I/O configuration.

1.

Place the program in Offline mode.

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Right-click on the Ethernet/IP scanner in I/O Configuration and select

New Module to open the Select Module Type window.

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Select E1 Plus Ethernet Module and click OK.

4.

Enter a name for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module. The name will create a tag in RSLogix 5000 that can be used to read and write data from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

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Enter the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

6.

Click Next.

7.

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module is now shown as a module in the I/O configuration.

Accessing Module Data with Add-On Profiles

With both the controller and EtherNet/IP network configured, the

ControlLogix controller can exchange data with the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side

Mount Module.

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Open the Controller Tags window.

2.

Select the Monitor Tags tab.

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Configuration Instance was created even though its size was configured as zero. The E1Plus:I tag represents input data, which is data coming from the E1Plus into the controller (%FLA, %TCU, Trip Status, Warning

Status, etc.). The E1 Plus:O tag represents output data, which is data going from the controller out to the E1 Plus (Enable Output A, Trip Reset, etc.).

ControlLogix Generic Configuration

An existing project can be used or a new project can be created to configure

EtherNet/IP I/O messaging. To create a new configuration in RSLogix 5000, select File

→ New.

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Select the controller type, chassis type, slot number, and project path.

Enter a name for the controller and click OK.

2.

Right-click on I/O Configuration and select New Module to open the

Select Module Type window.

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Select the desired EtherNet/IP scanner module and click OK.

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Enter the desired communication settings and click Finish.

EtherNet/IP Network Generic Configuration

After the controller configuration, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module has to be added to the I/O configuration.

1.

Place the program in Offline mode.

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Right-click on the Ethernet/IP scanner in I/O Configuration and select

New Module to open the Select Module Type window.

3.

Select Generic Ethernet Module and click OK.

4.

Enter a name for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module. The name will create a tag in RSLogix 5000 that can be used to read and write data from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

5.

Select Data-SINT for the Comm Format. The Comm Format tells

RSLogix 5000 the format of the data. The Data-SINT format will represent the data from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module as a field of 8-bit values.

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Set the Connection Parameters. I/O data is accessed using Input Instances

50, 51, 106, 110 or 111 and Output Instances 2, 101 or 103. The size of the input connection and the output connection shall correspond to the size of the chosen instance. The E1 Plus configuration assembly instance is

120. In this example configuration data is not used, so the data size is set to

0.

7.

Enter the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

8.

Click Next.

9.

Enter a value for the time between each scan of the module. Make sure

Inhibit Module is not checked.

10.

Click Finish to add the E1 Plus to the I/O Configuration in

RSLogix 5000.

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Downloading the Generic Configuration to the PLC

1.

In the RSLogix 5000 program, select Communications

→ Who Active.

2.

Select the desired communication path and click Set Project Path.

3.

Select Communications

→ Go Online.

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In the Connected To Go Online window, click Download.

5.

In the Download confirmation window, click Download to download the configuration to the PLC.

If there are any errors, a warning triangle will be present on the E1 Plus in the I/O configuration listing.

Double-click the module to view any error that is reported.

Accessing Generic Module Data

With both the controller and EtherNet/IP network configured, the

ControlLogix controller can exchange data with the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side

Mount Module.

1.

Go online and switch the controller to Remote Run mode.

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Open the Controller Tags window.

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Select the Monitor Tags tab.

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Configuration Instance was created even though its size was configured as zero. The E1Plus:I tag represents input data, which is data coming from the E1Plus into the controller (%FLA, %TCU, Trip Status, Warning

Status, etc.). The E1 Plus:O tag represents output data, which is data going from the controller out to the E1 Plus (Enable Output A, Trip Reset, etc.).

Logix Explicit Messaging

CompactLogix, ControlLogix, and SoftLogix controllers can read and write specific information to and from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module using Explicit Messaging and the Parameter Object. An example of configuring a

ControlLogix explicit message using the MSG instruction to read the Device

Status parameter data from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module is shown below.

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Configure the configuration tab for the message instruction with the follow settings:

• Message type: CIP Generic

• Service type: Parameter Read

• Instance: 10: The parameter you want to read back (e.g., 10 represents device status)

• Destination: The controller tag to write the data to.

2.

Configure the path field in the communications tab to point to the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

Path: 1, 2, 2, 192.168.0.100

For this example, 1 represents the processor slot, 2 represents the

EtherNet/IP scanner slot, 2 represents the EtherNet/IP port, and

192.168.0.100

represents the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side

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Users can read all of the motor diagnostic data back in one MSG instruction by using Assembly Instance 111. An example of configuring a ControlLogix explicit message using the MSG instruction to read all of the motor diagnostic data from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module is shown below.

1.

Configure the configuration tab for the message instruction with the follow settings:

• Message type: CIP Generic

• Service type: Get Attribute Single

• Class: 4 – the Assembly Object

• Instance: 111 - the Complete Motor Starter assembly

• Destination: The controller tag to write the data to.

• Attribute: 3 – get/set data instance attribute

2.

Configure the path field in the communications tab to point to the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

Path: 1, 2, 2, 192.168.0.100

For this example, 1 represents the processor slot, 2 represents the

EtherNet/IP scanner slot, 2 represents the EtherNet/IP port, and

192.168.0.100

represents the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side

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MicroLogix 1100 and 1400

Explicit Messaging

MicroLogix 1100 and 1400 controllers can read and write information to and from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module using Explicit Messaging and the Assembly Object. RSLogix 500 Version 8.10 or higher is required to configure EtherNet/IP explicit messaging with these controllers.

An example of a MicroLogix 1100 using the MSG instruction to read all of the motor diagnostic data from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module is shown below.

1.

Write the appropriate ladder logic to periodically execute a MSG instruction for the MicroLogix controller.

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Configure General tab in the MSG instruction with the following parameters:

• Channel: 1 (Integral) - the Ethernet port on the processor

• Communication Command: CIP Generic

• Data Table Address: the location to store the information

• Size in Bytes: 22 – assembly 111 consists of 22 bytes of information

• MultiHop: Yes

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• Instance: 111 – the Complete Motor Starter assembly

• Attribute: 3 – get/set data instance attribute

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Configure MultiHop tab in the MSG instruction with the following parameters:

To Address: the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount

Module.

An example of a MicroLogix 1100 using the MSG instruction to write data to energize an output relay on the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module is shown below.

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Write the appropriate ladder logic to execute a MSG instruction for the

MicroLogix controller (an EEM instruction for the SLC-5/05) to control the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

2.

Configure General tab in the MSG instruction with the following parameters:

• Channel: 1 (Integral) - the Ethernet port on the processor

• Communication Command: CIP Generic

• Data Table Address: the location to write the information from

• Size in Bytes: 1 – assembly 101 consists of 1 byte of information

• MultiHop: Yes

• Service: Write Assembly – to write an output assembly

• Class: 4 – the Assembly Object

• Instance: 101 – the Basic Contact output assembly

• Attribute: 3 – get/set data instance attribute

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3.

Configure the MultiHop tab in the MSG instruction with the following parameters:

To Address: the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount

Module.

FactoryTalk View with

Predefined Tags

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module embedded predefined CIP tags within the module. This allows software packages, such as FactoryTalk View

Supervisory Edition (SE), to read and write data directly from the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module. An example of using RSLinx Classic as an

OPC (OLE for Process Control) server to serve data to FactoryTalk View SE is show below. Follow these steps to read data directly from the E1 Plus EtherNet/

IP Side Mount Module using its predefined tags.

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1.

Configure an OPC topic within RSLinx Classic to communicate to the E1

Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module. In the Data Source tab, select New to create a new OPC topic name, high light the device to establish communications with, and press Apply.

2.

In the Data Collection tab, select the process type

Logix5000 and select

Apply

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Start FactoryTalk View Studio and create a new application. Draw a numeric display. Right click on the display and select Connections.

4.

Select the Tag selector tool

EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module.

to select a tag from the E1 Plus

5.

Right click on the project name and select Refresh All Folders to get an updated list of topics to read data from.

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Expand the OPC topic name that you created in RSLinx Classic, select the

Online folder, choose the tag you would like to display in the numeric display, and press OK.

7.

Select OK to select the tag to display in the numeric display.

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Test the display by pressing the Test Run button to view data directly from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module on the display.

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Email Notifications

Introduction

Notification Events

Email Contents

This chapter describes email notifications and how to configure an E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP module to send email notifications for different events.

There are several events that can trigger an email notification; the events are listed below.

• Overload trip

• Phase loss trip

• Jam trip

• Trip clear

• Overload warning

• Jam warning

• Underload warning

• Communication fault warning

• Communication idle warning

• EEPROM fault warning

• Warning clear

IMPORTANT

If an event has been disabled within the Control Supervisor Attribute

108 or 109 (see page 90 ), it is not possible to override this and have

emails generated.

The subject and body contents in the email message will be created from the type of trip or warning that is detected, the Device Name, Device Description, Device

Location and Contact Info. Sample email messages are shown here:

Email Subject

E1Plus module has detected a trip

Email Body

Trip status:

Device Name:

Device Description:

Device Location:

Contact Info:

Overload

E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module

Module under development

The Location

Contact Person [email protected]

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The first word in the subject is the Device Name. If a Device Name is not configured, then the product name attribute from the identity object will be used.

To be able to send an email, the IP address or the hostname of a Simple Mail

Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server must be configured and notifications must be selected. Follow these steps to configure an email notification.

1.

In a web browser, enter the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module in the address bar and press Enter.

2.

Select Administrative Settings

→ email Configuration, and a login window will appear.

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Log in with the username "Administrator" and no password. If desired, a password can be set within the Administrative Settings tab

Password Configuration.

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Enter the information into the email notification fields as described below.

Email Recipient

Email Sender

SMTP Server

SMTP Username

SMTP Password

SMTP Port

The email address of the person who will receive the notifications.

The email address from which the notification will be sent.

The SMTP server address. Ask your network administration what address to use.

The username for the SMTP server. Ask your network administration what username to use.

The password for the SMTP server. Ask your network administration what password to use.

The SMTP Server Port. Ask your network administration what port number to use (Port 25 is a common SMTP port).

5.

Select the specific fault and warning notifications to send to the email recipient. These can be changed after the initial configuration.

6.

Click "Apply Changes" to save the configuration.

Configure Device Identity

The Device Identity properties populate the notification email subject and body.

To configure the Device Identity, perform these steps:

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In a web browser, enter the IP address of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module in the address bar and press Enter.

2.

Select Administrative Settings

→ Device Identity and a login window will appear.

3.

Log in with the username "Administrator" and no password. If desired, a password can be set within the Administrative Settings tab

Password Configuration.

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Enter the Device Identity information into the fields as described below.

Limitations

Device Name

Device Description

Device Location

Contact Info

The name of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module.

The description of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module.

The location of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module.

Contact information for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module.

5.

Click "Apply Changes" to save the configuration.

Based on the functionality of the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP module there are some limitations on when emails can be triggered.

• If two events occur at the same time, an email will only be sent for the most significant event.

• If the module has been configured to send an email for a lower prioritized event and this event occurs at the same time as a higher prioritized event for which the module has not been programmed to send an email, no email will be sent for either event.

• The Clear email will only be sent when all events have been cleared and an event email has previously been sent. For example: if the module is configured to send an email when a jam trip is detected and it detects an overload trip for which no email notification is configured, no email will be sent when the overload event is cleared.

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Parameter and Tag

Programming

Chapter

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Device Parameters and Tags

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module allows the Parameter Object to respond to explicit messages using the MSG instruction from Logix Controllers and SLC-500/MicroLogix controllers. The module also supports the Symbolic

Object, which allows software packages such FactoryTalk View to communicate directly to the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Side Mount Module as if it were a Logix

Controller with predefined tags. This chapter describes each parameter and tag.

Refer to Chapter 3,

Configure an E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module To Operate on the

Network, for instructions to modify EtherNet/IP parameter settings.

IMPORTANT

Parameter setting changes to the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module take effect immediately even during a “running” status.

Program Lock

Parameter 24, Program Lock, provides a degree of security from having parameter settings unintentionally altered when programmed to the “locked” setting.

Resetting to the Factory Default Values

Parameter 25, Set to Default, allows the installer to reset all parameter settings

(including trip logs) to the factory default values.

IMPORTANT

Resetting to factory default values also resets the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP

Module’s IP and DHCP settings.

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Parameter Group Listing

Table 6 - Parameter Groups

Monitor parameters

1 Average %FLA

2%Therm Utilized

3 Trip Status

4 Warning Status

10 Device Status

Advanced Setup

12 Trip Enable

13 Warning Enable

15 Single/Three Ph

16 OL Reset Mode

17 OL Warning Level

18 Jam Inhibit Time

19 Jam Trip Delay

20 Jam Trip Level

21 Jam Warn Level

22 UL Inhibit Time

23 UL Warn Level

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module contains five parameter groups

Reset/Lock

14 Trip Reset

24 Program Lock

25 Set to Default

I/O Setup

34 OutA Pr FltState

35 OutA Pr FltValue

36 OutA En FltState

37 OutA En FltValue

38 OutA En IdlState

39 OutA En IdlValue

40 IN1 Assignment

41 IN2 Assignment

Trip History

5 Trip Log 0

6 Trip Log 1

7 Trip Log 2

8 Trip Log 3

9 Trip Log 4

Monitor Group

Average %FLA

This parameter reports the average motor current.

The value is reported as a percentage of motor rated current (dial setting on the E1 Plus Overload

Relay), and is reported in increments of 5.

Parameter No.

1

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

UINT

%

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1275

0

Average_%FLA

% Therm Utilized

This parameter reports the percent thermal utilization of the connected motor.

Parameter No.

2

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

USINT

%

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

100

None

%_Therm_Utilized

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Trip Status

This parameter provides trip identification.

1 = Trip

0 = No Trip

Bit 0: Overload — Tag Name: Trip_Status: Overload

Bit 1: Phase Loss — Tag Name: Trip_Status: Phase_Loss

Bit 2: Jam — Tag Name: Trip_Status: Jam

Warning Status

This parameter provides warning identification

1 = Warning

0 = No Warning

Bit 0: Overload — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Overload

Bit 2: Jam — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Jam

Bit 3: Underload — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Underload

Bit 5: Comm Fault — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Comm_Fault

Bit 6: Comm Idle — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Comm_Idle

Bit 7: Non Vol Mem Fault — Tag Name: NV_Mem_Fault

Parameter No.

3

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

WORD

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

0x0000

0x0007

0x0000

Parameter

No.

Access Rule

Data Type

Units

Min. Value

4

Get

WORD

0x0000

Max. Value 0x00FF

Default Value 0x0000

Device Status

This parameter provides status information related to the E1 Plus

Overload Relay and the SMM.

1 = On or Present

0 = Off or Not Present

Bit 0: Trip — Tag Name: Device_Status: Trip

Bit 1: Warning — Tag Name: Device_Status: Warning

Bit 2: Output A — Tag Name: Device_Status: Out_A

Bit 3: Input #1 — Tag Name: Device_Status: In_1

Bit 4: Input #2 — Tag Name: Device_Status: In_2

Bit 5: Motor Current — Tag Name: Device_Status: Motor_Current

Parameter

No.

10

Access Rule Get

Data Type WORD

Units —

Min. Value 0x0000

Max. Value 0x003F

Default

Value

0x0000

Advanced Setup Group

Trip Enable

This parameter allows the installer to enable or disable the Jam Trip function

1 = Enabled

0 = Disabled

Bit 2: Jam— Tag Name: Trip_Enable: Jam

Parameter No.

12

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

WORD

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

0x0000

0x0007

0x0000

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Warning Enable

This parameter allows the installer to enable or disable the warning functions separately. All warning functions are disabled from the factory.

1 = Enabled

0 = Disabled

Bit 0: Overload — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Overload

Bit 2: Jam — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Jam

Bit 3: Underload — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Underload

Bit 5: Comm Fault — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Comm_Fault

Bit 6: Comm Idle — Tag Name: Warning_Status: Comm_Idle

Single/Three Ph

This parameter configures the EtherNet/IP

Module for single- or three-phase application.

This parameter should be set to “Single Phase" when Bulletin 193S or 592S devices are employed.

0 = Single Phase

1 = Three Phase

Parameter No.

Access Rule

Data Type

Units

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

Parameter

No.

Access Rule

Data Type

Units

Min. Value

13

Get/Set

WORD

0x0000

Max. Value 0x007F

Default Value 0x0000

15

Get/Set

BOOL

0

1

1

Single_Three_Ph

OL Reset Mode

This parameter defines whether a trip can be automatically or manually reset. This setting overrides the E1 Plus DIP switch adjustment while the SMM is powered. Note, however, that the E1

Plus manual reset button, accessible at the front, is always active.

0 = Manual

1 = Automatic

Parameter No.

16

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

OL_Reset_Mode

OL Warning Level Parameter No.

17

This parameter sets the overload warning level.

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

USINT

% TCU

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

100

90

OL_Warning_Level

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Jam Inhibit Time

This parameter defines the amount of time for which jam detection is inhibited during a motor starting sequence.

Jam Trip Delay

This parameter allows the installer to program a time duration for which a jam condition must exist at the programmed level prior to the device tripping.

Parameter No.

19

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

USINT

Seconds

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

5

250

50

Jam_Trip_Delay

Jam Trip Level

This parameter sets the jam trip level.

Parameter No.

18

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

USINT

Seconds

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

250

10

Jam_Inhibit_Time

Jam Warn Level

This parameter sets the jam warning level.

Parameter No.

20

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

UINT

% FLA

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

150

600

250

Jam_Trip_Level

Parameter No.

21

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

UINT

% FLA

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

100

600

150

Jam_Warn_Level

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UL Inhibit Time

This parameter defines the amount of time for which underload detection is inhibited during a motor starting sequence.

Parameter No.

22

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

USINT

Seconds

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

250

10

UL_Inhibit_Time

UL Warn Level Parameter No.

23

This parameter sets the underload warning level.

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

USINT

% FLA

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

30

100

70

UL_Warn_Level

Reset/Lock Group

Trip Reset

This parameter provides the user with the capability of resetting a trip over the EtherNet/IP network. After a trip is reset, the parameter automatically returns to a “Ready” state.

0 = Ready

1 = Reset Trip

Note: A transition from 0 to 1 is necessary to trigger a trip reset when mapped on the cyclic data.

Parameter No.

14

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

Trip_Reset

Program Lock

This parameter prohibits the device parameters from being altered when set to “Locked”. It must be set to “Unlocked” to allow parameter modification.

It doesn’t affect parameters when they’re accessed through the assembly object.

0 = Unlocked

1 = Locked

Parameter No.

24

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

Program_Lock

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Set To Defaults

This parameter allows the user to reset the parameter settings to the factory default values.

After parameter values have been reset to the factory default settings, the parameter automatically returns to a “Ready” state.

0 = Ready

1 = Reset Defaults

Note: A transition from 0 to 1 is necessary to trigger a set to default when mapped on the cyclic data.

Parameter No.

25

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

Set_To_Default

I/O Setup Group

OutA Pr FltState

This parameter, in conjunction with the Pr

FltValue, defines how Output A will respond when a trip occurs. When set to “1”, Output A will continue to operate as commanded via the network. When set to “0”, Output A will open or close as determined by the setting of the Pr

FltValue.

0 = Go to FltValue

1 = Ignore Fault

Parameter No.

34

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

OutA_Pr_FLTState

OutA Pr FltValue

This parameter determines the state that Output A assumes when a trip occurs and the Pr FltState is set to “0”.

0 = Open

1 = Closed

Parameter No.

35

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

OutA_Pr_FLTValue

OutA En FltState

This parameter, in conjunction with the FltValue, defines how Output A will respond when a

EtherNet/IP network fault occurs. When set to

“1”, Output A will hold the state prior to trip occurrence. When set to “0”, Output A will open or close as determined by the setting of the

FltValue.

0 = Go to FltValue

1 = Hold Last State

Parameter No.

36

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

BOOL

0

1

0

OutA_En_FLTState

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OutA En FltValue

This parameter determines the state that Output A assumes when a EtherNet/IP network fault occurs and the FltState is set to “0”.

0 = Open

1 = Closed

Parameter No.

37

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

OutA_En_FLTValue

OutA En IdlState

This parameter, in conjunction with the IdlState, defines how Output A will respond when the

EtherNet/IP network is idle (clear mode). When set to “1”, Output A will hold the state prior to trip occurrence. When set to “0”, Output A will open or close. The En Flt parameters supersede the En

Idl parameters.

0 = Go to IdlValue

1 = Hold Last State

Parameter No.

38

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

OutA_En_IdlState

OutA En IdlValue

This parameter determines the state that Output A assumes when the network is idle and instructed by the IdlState parameter.

0 = Open

1 = Closed

Parameter No.

39

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

BOOL

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

1

0

OutA_En_IdlValue

IN1 Assignment

This parameter allows the user to assign a specific function to the discrete IN1 input.

0 = Normal

1 = Trip Reset

2 = OL Contact

Parameter No.

40

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

USINT

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

2

0

IN1_Assignment

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IN2 Assignment

This parameter allows the user to assign a specific function to the discrete IN2 input.

0 = Normal

1 = Trip Reset

2 = OL Contact

Parameter No.

41

Access Rule Get/Set

Data Type

Units

USINT

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0

2

0

IN2_Assignment

Trip History Group

Trip Log 0

This parameter records the latest trip.

Trip Log 1

This parameter records the trip previous to Trip

Log 0.

Trip Log 2

This parameter records the trip previous to Trip

Log 1.

Parameter No.

5

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

WORD

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0x0000

0x0007

0x0000

Trip_Log_0

Parameter No.

6

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

WORD

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0x0000

0x0007

0x0000

Trip_Log_1

Parameter No.

7

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

WORD

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0x0000

0x0007

0x0000

Trip_Log_2

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Trip Log 3

This parameter records the trip previous to Trip

Log 2.

Trip Log 4

This parameter records the trip previous to Trip

Log 3.

Parameter No.

8

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

WORD

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0x0000

0x0007

0x0000

Trip_Log_3

Parameter No.

9

Access Rule Get

Data Type

Units

WORD

Min. Value

Max. Value

Default Value

Tag Name

0x0000

0x0007

0x0000

Trip_Log_4

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Troubleshooting

Introduction

The purpose of this chapter is to assist in troubleshooting the E1 Plus EtherNet/

IP module.

ATTENTION: Servicing energized industrial control equipment can be hazardous. Electrical shock, burns, or unintentional actuation of controlled industrial equipment may cause death or serious injury.

For safety of maintenance personnel, as well as other who may be exposed to electrical hazards associated with the maintenance activities, follow the local safety-related work practices (for example, the NFPS 70W, Part II, Electrical Safety for Employee

Workplaces, in the United States) when working on or near energized equipment. maintenance personnel must be trained in the safety practices, procedures, and requirements that pertain to their respective job assignments. Do not work alone on energized equipment.

EtherNet/IP Modes of

Operation

ATTENTION: Do not attempt to defeat or override fault circuits.

The cause of a fault indication must be determined and corrected before attempting operation. Failure to correct a control system or mechanical malfunction may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage due to uncontrolled machine system operation.

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module has four EtherNet/IP modes of operation:

Power-Up Reset Mode, Run Mode, Recoverable Error Mode, and Unrecoverable

Error Mode.

Power-Up Reset Mode

During Power-Up Reset Mode, the following occurs:

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The MODULE STATUS LED should flash green for approximately 1/4 second, then red for 1/4 second. The MODULE STATUS LED will then stay lit green and the NETWORK STATUS LED should flash green for approximately 1/4 second, then red for 1/4 second before turning off. The

NETWORK STATUS LED and the MODULE STATUS LED will now return to their standard indication.

IMPORTANT

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module protection functions are still operational even without an established network connection.

2.

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module performs a duplicate IP address check to verify another module is not assigned to the same IP address. If a duplicate

IP address is detected on the network, the NETWORK STATUS LED turns solid red, the MODULE STATUS LED turns flashing red, and the

E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module enters the Recoverable Error Mode.

If the power-up or reset is successful, the overload relay will enter Run Mode.

Run Mode

In Run Mode, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will operate as a slave device to a master device. The NETWORK STATUS LED will blink green if there are no network connections established with a network master. When one or more connections are in the “established” state, the NETWORK STATUS LED will turn solid green. When one or more connections are in the “timed-out” state, the

NETWORK STATUS LED will blink red. In the Run Mode, the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP Module will:

• Accept messages from a master on the EtherNet/IP network.

• Send response messages, COS messages, or CYCLIC messages to a master.

If a communication error is detected, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module will either enter the Recoverable Error or Unrecoverable Error Mode.

Recoverable Error Mode

In Recoverable Error Mode, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module’s MODULE

STATUS LED turns flashing red. The overload relays will respond to messages that are specified in offline node recovery message protocol.

Error Type

Recoverable

Description

Duplicate IP address detected

LED State

Flashing Red

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Unrecoverable Error Mode

In Unrecoverable Error Mode, the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module’s MODULE

STATUS LED turns solid red. The overload relay continues in this state as long as the device is powered.

Error Type

Unrecoverable

Description

Power-up initialization failure

Fatal communication error

LED State

Solid Red

EtherNet/IP

Troubleshooting

Procedures

The following table identifies possible causes and corrective actions when troubleshooting EtherNet/IP-related failures using the NETWORK STATUS

LED.

Table 7 - EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Procedures

Color

None

State Possible Cause

The E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module is not receiving power at the EtherNet/IP connector.

Flashing (once) Normal Green

Red

Off

Green Flashing

Green

Red

Red

Solid

Flashing

Solid

Corrective Action

Check EtherNet/IP power and cable connections and the power connection on the EtherNet/IP connector.

The Network Status LED flashes green, red, and off once during a normal power-up sequence.

E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module is online but with no connections established.

Normal operating state, and the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP

Module is allocated to a master.

One or more connections timed-out.

1. Diagnostics test failed on power-up/reset. Internal fault exists.

2. Duplicate EtherNet/IP module address exists (two

EtherNet/IP modules cannot have the same address).

3. A fatal communication error occurred.

Check EtherNet/IP master and its scan list for correct scanner configuration.

No action required.

Reset EtherNet/IP master device.

1. Cycle power to the unit and network. If the fault still exists, replace unit.

2. Change the IP address to a valid setting and reset the device.

3. Check EtherNet/IP media for proper installation.

Input and Output

Troubleshooting

Procedures

ATTENTION: If the outputs are to be commanded via an explicit message, ensure that there can never be an established I/O connection that can actively control them, and that the explicit message connection has a non-zero expected packet rate (EPR) setting.

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Failure Type

Input 1, 2

Input 1, 2

OUT A

OUT A

OUT A

Failure Description

Input 1 or 2 does not appear to recognize a contact closure

Trip reset operation

Output A does not appear to turn on (close) when commanded to do so.

Corrective Action

1. Check the supply voltage on the power

connector.

2. If the applicable contact closed but the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP

Module Input does not recognize the closure, check the continuity and wiring to the connected contact.

3. Check the IN 1 and 2 status LEDs. If the appropriate LED does not illuminate, measure the voltage across and current through the applicable input. Verify they are within the ratings of the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP

Module (See Appendix A).

4. If the appropriate Input LED does illuminate, but the input status is not reported properly over the

EtherNet/IP network, check the programmable controller ladder logic and I/O mapping.

Check the programming of Parameter 40, IN1 Assignment or Parameter 41, IN2 Assignment.

1. Check the supply voltage on the power

connector.

2. Check the OUTA status LED. If the appropriate LED does not illuminate, check the programmable controller ladder logic and I/O mapping.

3. If the appropriate Output LED is illuminated, remove the control circuit power and check for continuity across the appropriate output terminals (13/14). If the continuity test indicates the output is open, replace the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP

Module. Check the supply voltage against the ratings of the contactor and the relay output before installing a new unit.

4. Remove control circuit power and check the control circuit fuse and the control wiring to the E1

Plus

EtherNet/IP

Module output terminals.

5. Check the control circuit power supply. Verify the voltage is within the contactor and overload relay ratings.

6. Check the DEVICE STATUS and TRIP STATUS parameters. If a Protection Fault exists, refer to the

TRIP STATUS parameters. If a

EtherNet/IP

-related fault exists, refer to the EtherNet/IP troubleshooting procedure.

7. Check the OUTA Pr FltState, Pr FltValue, En FltState, En FltValue, En IdlState, and En IdlValue programmable parameters. The Pr FltState and Pr FltValue parameter supersede the En Flt or En

Idle parameters.

Output A does not appear to turn off (open) when commanded to do so.

The contactor connected to

Output A appears to

“chatter”

1. Check the OUTA status LED. If the appropriate LED remains illuminated, check the programmable controller ladder logic and I/O mapping.

2. If the appropriate Output LED is not illuminated, remove the control circuit power and check for continuity across the appropriate output terminals (13/14). If the continuity test indicates the output is closed, replace the E1 Plus

EtherNet/IP

Module. Check the supply voltage against ratings of the contactor and the relay output before installing a new unit.

3. Remove control circuit power and check the control circuit fuse and the control wiring to the E1

Plus

EtherNet/IP

Module output terminals.

4. Check the OUTA Pr FltState, Pr FltValue, En FltState, En FltValue, En IdlState, and En IdlValue programmable parameters. Then check the DEVICE STATUS and TRIP STATUS parameters. If a

Protection Fault exists, refer to the TRIP STATUS parameters. If a

EtherNet/IP

-related fault exists, refer to the EtherNet troubleshooting procedure.

1. Verify the OUT A LED remains in the appropriate On or Off state. If the LED is flickering, check the programmable controller’s ladder logic program.

2. Check the control circuit supply voltage. Verify it is within the ratings of the contactor coil and the overload relay’s outputs.

3. Remove the control circuit power. Verify all control wiring is properly secured.

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Specifications

Appendix

A

Specifications

Terminal Ratings:

Terminal Screw

Wire Cross Section

Torque

Degree of Protection

Power Supply Ratings:

Rated Supply Voltage U

s

Rated Operating Range U

e

Rated Supply Current I

e

Maximum Surge Current at Power-Up

Maximum Power Consumption

Output Relay Ratings:

Terminals

OUT A:

Type of Contacts

Rated Thermal Current I

the

Rated Insulation Voltage U

i

Rated Operating Voltage U

e

Rated Operating Current I

e

Minimum Operating Current

Rating Designation

Utilization Category

Resistive Load Rating

(p.f.=1.0)

Inductive Load Rating

(p.f.=0.4), (L/R=7 ms)

Short Circuit Current Rating

Recommended Control Circuit Fuse

Rated Number of Operations

Out A:

W/100-C-09…100-C43

W/100-C-60…100-C85

W/NEMA Size 0…2

W/NEMA Size 3

Input Ratings:

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M3

See wiring diagram section

0.56…0.79 N•m (5…7 lb.-in)

IP20

24V DC

24V -15%, +10% DC

110 mA at 24V DC

2.5 A

2.7 W

13/14

Form A

SPST - NO

5 A

300V AC

240V AC

3 A (at 120V AC), 1.5 A (at 240V AC)

0.25 A (at 110V DC), 0.1 A (at 220V DC)

10 mA at 5V DC

B300

AC-15

5 A, 250V DC

5 A, 30V DC

2 A, 250V AC

2 A, 30V DC

1,000 A

KTK-R-6

(6 A, 600V)

5,000,000

2,500,000

1,000,000

300,000

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Terminals

IN 1:

IN 2:

SSV (Sensor Supply Voltage)

Supply Voltage (provided by module)

Type of Inputs

ON-State Voltage

On-State Current (turn-on)

Steady State Current

Off-State Voltage

Off-State Current

Transition Voltage

Transition Current

Environmental Ratings:

Ambient Temperature T

amb

Storage

Operating

(Open)

(Enclosed)

Humidity

Operating

Damp Heat - Steady State

Damp Heat - Cyclic

Cooling Method

Vibration (per IEC 68-2-6)

Shock (per IEC 68-2-27)

Maximum Altitude

Pollution Environment

Terminal Marking

Degree of Protection

Electromagnetic Compatibility

Electrostatic Discharge Immunity

Test Level

Performance Criteria

RF Immunity

Test Level

Performance Criteria

Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity

Test Level

Performance Criteria

Surge Immunity

Test Level

Performance Criteria

Radiated Emissions

Conducted Emissions

1

2

3

24V DC±10%

Current Sinking

15V DC

2 mA

5 mA

5V DC

0.5 mA

5…15V DC

0.5…2.0 mA

-40…+85°C (-40…+185°F)

-20…+60°C (-4…+140°F)

-20…+40°C (-4…+104°F)

5…95% non-condensing per IEC 68-2-3 per IEC 68-2-30

Natural Convection

3 G

30 G

2000 m

Pollution Degree 2

EN 50012

IP20

8 kV Air Discharge; 4 kV Contact Discharge

1➊➋

10V/m

1➊➋

2 kV (Power); 1 kV (control)

1➊➋

2 kV L-E; 1 kV L-L

1➊➋

Class A

Not tested

Performance Criteria 1 requires the DUT (device under test) not to experience degradation or loss of performance.

Environment 2 - Heavy Industrial.

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WARNING: This is a class A product. In domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

EtherNet/IP Communications:

Connections

TCP

CIP

CIP Unconnected Messages

Packet Rates (packets/second)

I/O

HIM/MSG

Media Support

Twisted Pair

Fiber

Speed Duplex (Half/Full)

Duplicate IP Detection

Jam Protection:

Trip Level

Trip Delay

Inhibit

Standards and Certifications

UL 508

CSA 22.2, No. 14

EN 60947-4-1

150

48

128

500

500

Yes

No

10/100

Yes

150…600% FLA

0.1…25.0 sec.

0…250 sec.

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EtherNet/IP Information

Electronic Data Sheets

Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) files are specially formatted ASCII files that provide all of the information necessary for a configuration tool (e.g., RSNetWorx for

EtherNet/IP) to access and alter the parameters of a device. The EDS file contains all the parameter information of a device: number of parameters, groupings, parameter name, min., max, and default values, units, data format and scaling. The EDS file for the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module is available from the

Internet at www.ab.com/networks/eds/index/html. It can also be built automatically by some configuration tools since all of the information necessary for an EDS file may be extracted from the E1 Plus EtherNet/IP Module.

EtherNet/IP Objects

The following object classes are supported.

Table 9 - EtherNet object Classes

0x10

0x29

0x2C

0xC2

0xF5

0xF6

0x06

0x08

0x09

0x0F

Class

0x01

0x02

0x04

Object

Identity

Message Router

Assembly

Connection Manager

Discrete Input Point

Discrete Output Point

Parameter

Parameter Group

Control Supervisor

Overload

PCP

TCP/IP Interface

Ethernet Link

Identity Object — CLASS CODE 0x01

The following class attributes are supported for the Identity Object:

Table 10 - Identity Object Class Attributes

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule

Get

Name

Revision

Data Type

UINT

Value

0x0001

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6

7

8

Identity Object instances contain the following instance attributes:

Table 11 - Identity Object Instance Attributes

2

3

Attribute ID

1

4

5

Access Rule Name

Get Vendor ID

Get Product Code

Get Revision

Get

Major Revision

Minor Revision

Status

Data Type

UINT

UINT

UINT

USINT

USINT

WORD

Value

Programmable via test object

0x0003

300

Get

Get

Serial Number

Product Name

Get State

UDINT

SHORT_STRING

USINT

1

N/A

Bit 0: Owned, shall be set when at least one connection i configured

Bit 1: Reserved, set to 0

Bit 2: Configured

Bit 3: Reserved, set to 0

Bit 4-7: See extended device status

Bit 8: Minor Recoverable fault

BIt 9: Minor Unrecoverable fault

Bit 10: Major Recoverable fault

Bit 11: Major Unrecoverable fault

Bit 12-15: Reserved, set to 0

Extended device status (Bit 4-7)

0000=Unknown

0001=Firmware updated in progress

0010=Faulted I/O connection

0011=No I/O connection established

0100=Non volatile configuration bad

0101=Major fault

0110=Connection in run mode

0111=Connection in idle mode

Unique number assigned for each device

Product name

3=Operational

The following common services are implemented for the Identity Object:

Table 12 - Identity Object Common Services

Service Code

0x01

0x0E

0x05

Implemented for:

Class

No

Yes

No

Instance

Yes

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute All

Get Attribute Single

Reset

Message Router Object — CLASS CODE 0x02

No class or instance attributes are supported. The message router object exists only to rout explicit messages to other objects.

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Assembly Object — CLASS CODE 0x04

The following class attributes are supported for the Assembly Object:

Table 13 - Assembly Object Class Attributes

Attribute ID

1

2

Access Rule

Get

Get

Name

Revision

Max Instance

Data Type

UINT

UINT

Value

0x0002

120

Instance Attributes

Instances/Connection points implements the following data attributes:

Table 14 - Instance Attributes

#

1

2

3

4

100

Access

Get

Get

Get/Set

Get

Get

Name

Number of members in list

Member list

Data

Size

Name

Type

UINT

Array of

Array of UINT

UINT

SHORT_STRING

Value

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Description

No. of members to follow in the list in attribute #2

Array of CIP paths

Data produced/consumed by the module

No. of USINTs in attribute #3

Name of the assembly instance

Output Assemblies

The following output assembly instances are implemented:

Table 15 - Instance 2 — Basic Overload Output Assembly from ODVA Profile

Byte

0

Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2

Trip Reset

Bit 1 Bit 0

Table 16 - Instance 101 — Similar to Basic Contact Output Assembly from ODVA

Contact Profile

Byte

0

Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0

Output A

Table 17 - Instance 103 — Similar to Basic Starter Output Assembly from ODVA

Starter Profile

Byte Bit 7

0

Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2

Trip Reset

Bit 1 Bit 0

Output A

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Input Assemblies

Table 18 - Instance 50 — Trip Status Input Assembly from ODVA Overload Profile

Byte

0

Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0

Tripped

Table 19 - Instance 51 —Basic Status Input Assembly from ODVA Overload Profile

Byte

0

Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0

Warning Tripped

Table 20 - Instance 106 —Motor Starter Input Assembly

Byte

0

Bit 7

Motor

Current

Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4

Input 2 Input 1

Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0

Out A Stat Warning Tripped

Table 21 - Instance 110 —Extended Motor Starter Input Assembly

13

14

15

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

5

Byte

0

Bit 7

Motor

Current

Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4

Input 2 Input 1

Unused

Average % FLA (low byte)

Average % FLA (high byte)

%Therm Utilized (low byte)

%Therm Utilized (high byte)

Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0

Out A Stat Warning Tripped

Table 22 - Instance 111 —Complete Motor Starter Input Assembly

Byte

0

Bit 7

Motor

Current

Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4

Input 2 Input 1

Unused

Average % FLA (low byte)

Average % FLA (high byte)

%Therm Utilized (low byte)

%Therm Utilized (high byte)

Trip Status (low byte)

Trip Status (high byte)

Warning Status (low byte)

Warning Status (high byte)

Device Status (low byte)

Device Status (high byte)

Trip Log 0 (low byte)

Trip Log 0 (high byte)

Trip Log 1 (low byte)

Trip Log 1 (high byte)

Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0

Out A Stat Warning Tripped

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Table 22 - Instance 111 —Complete Motor Starter Input Assembly

18

19

20

21

Byte

16

17

Bit 7 Bit 6

Trip Log 2 (low byte)

Trip Log 2 (high byte)

Bit 5

Trip Log 3 (low byte)

Trip Log 3 (high byte)

Trip Log 4 (low byte)

Trip Log 4 (high byte)

Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1

The following services are implemented for the Assembly Object:

Table 23 - EtherNet Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x0E

0x10

Implemented for:

Class Instance

Consuming

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Instance

Producing

Yes

No

Service Name

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

Bit 0

Connection Manager Object — CLASS CODE 0x06

No class or instance attributes are supported.

The following common service

are implemented for the Connection Manager

Object:

Table 24 - Connection Manager Object Common Services

Service Code

0x54

0x4E

Implemented for:

Class

No

No

Instance

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Forward Open

Forward Close

Discrete Input Point Object — CLASS CODE 0x08

The following class attributes are supported for the Discrete Input Point Object:

Table 25 - Discrete Input Point Object Class Attributes

Attribute ID

1

2

Access Rule

Get

Get

Name

Revision

Max Instance

Data Type

UINT

UINT

Value

0x0002

0x0002

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Two instances of the Discrete Input Point Object are supported as follows:

Table 26 - Discrete Input Point Object Instances

Attribute ID

3

Access Rule

Get

Name

Value

Data Type

BOOL

Value

0=OFF

1=ON

The following common services are implemented for the Discrete Input Point

Object:

Table 27 - Discrete Input Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x0E

Implemented for:

Class Instance

Yes Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute Single

Discrete Output Point Object — CLASS CODE 0x09

The following class attributes are supported for the Discrete Output point

Object:

Table 28 - Discrete Output Point Object Class Attributes

Attribute ID

1

2

Access Rule

Get

Get

Name

Revision

Max Instance

Data Type

UINT

UINT

Value

0x0001

0x0001

A single instance is implemented and contains the following attributes:

Table 29 - Discrete Output Point Object Instance 1 - Output A

Attribute ID

3

Access Rule

Get

Name

Value

Data Type

BOOL

5

6

7

8

113

114

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Fault Action

Fault Value

Idle Action

Idle Value

Pr Fault Action

Pr Fault Value

BOOL

BOOL

BOOL

BOOL

BOOL

BOOL

Value

0=OFF

1=ON

0=Fault Value

Attribute

1=Hold Last State

0=OFF

1=ON

0=Fault Value

Attribute

1=Hold Last State

0=OFF

1=ON

0=Pr Fault Value

Attribute

1=Ignore

0=OFF

1=ON

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The following common services are implemented for the Discrete Output Point

Object:

Table 30 - Discrete Output Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x0E

0x10

Implemented for:

Class Instance

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

Parameter Object — CLASS CODE 0x0F

The following class attributes are supported for the Parameter Object:

Table 31 - Parameter Object Class Attributes

2

8

Attribute ID

1

9

10

Access Rule

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Name

Revision

Max Instance

Parameter Class Descriptor

Configuration Assembly Instance

Native Language

Data Type

UINT

UINT

WORD

UINT

UINT

Value

0x0001

0x0029

0x000B

0x0078

0x01=English

The following instance attributes are implemented for all parameter attributes:

Table 32 - Parameter Object Instance Attributes

12

13

14

15

16

8

9

10

11

6

7

4

5

2

3

Attribute ID

1

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Access Rule

Get/Set

Get

Get

Name

Value

Link Path Size

Link Path

Descriptor

Data Type

Data Size

Parameter Name String

Units String

Help String

Minimum Value

Maximum Value

Default Value

Scaling Multiplier

Scaling Divisor

Scaling Base

Scaling Offset

Data Type

Specified in Descriptor

USINT

Packed EPATH:

WORD

EPATH

USINT

SHORT_STRING

SHORT_STRING

SHORT_STRING

Specified in Descriptor

Specified in Descriptor

Specified in Descriptor

UINT

UINT

UINT

INT

Value

N/A

N/A

Path to specified object attribute

Parameter Dependent

Parameter Dependent

Parameter Dependent

Parameter Dependent

Parameter Dependent

Parameter Dependent

Parameter Dependent

Parameter Dependent

1

1

Parameter Dependent

1

0

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Table 32 - Parameter Object Instance Attributes

Attribute ID Access Rule

17

18

19

Get

Get

20 Get

21 Get

Name

Divisor Link

Base Link

Decimal Precision

Data Type

UINT

UINT

UINT

UINT

USINT

Value

0

0

0

0

Parameter Dependent

The following commons services are implemented for the Parameter Object:

Table 33 - Parameter Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x01

0x0E

0x10

0x4B

Implemented for:

Class Instance

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute All

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

Get Enum String

Parameter Group Object — CLASS CODE 0x10

The following class attributes are supported for the Parameter Group Object:

Table 34 - Parameter Group Object Class Attributes

2

8

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule Name

Get Revision

Get

Get

Max Instance

Native Language

Data Type

UINT

UINT

USINT

Value

0x0001

0x0005

0x01=English

The following parameter group objects are supported:

• Instance 1 = Monitor Parameters

• Instance 2 = Trip History

• Instance 3 = Reset/Lock

• Instance 4 = Advanced Setup

• Instance 5 = I/O Setup

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The following instance attributes are supported for all parameter group instances:

Table 35 - Parameter Group Object Instance Attributes

4 n

2

3

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule Name

Get Group Name String

Get

Get

Get

Number of Members

1st Parameter

2nd parameter

Data Type

SHORT_STRING

UINT

UINT

UINT

UINT

Value

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

The following common services are implemented for the Parameter Group

Object:

Table 36 - Parameter Group Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x0E

Implemented for:

Class Instance

Yes Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute Single

Control Supervisor Object — CLASS CODE 0x29

No class attributes are supported for the Control Supervisor Object. A single instance (instance 1) of the Control Supervisor Object is supported. The following instance attributes are supported.

Table 37 - Control Supervisor Object Instance 1 Attributes

Attribute ID Access Rule Name

10 Get Faulted

Data Type

BOOL

11

12

13

Get

Get/Set

Get

Warning

Fault Rst

FaultCode

BOOL

BOOL

UINT

Value

0=No Fault present

1= Fault Latched

0=No Warnings present

1=Warning present (not latched)

0=No action

0->1=Fault reset

If in Faulted state, FaultCode indicates the fault that caused the transition to

Faulted state. If not in Faulted state, FaultCode indicates the fault that caused the last transition to the Faulted state.

14

100 Get Trip Status WORD lowest code value is displayed.

Bit 0=Overload

Bit 1=Phase Loss

Bit 2=Jam

Bit 3-Bit 15=Not used

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Table 37 - Control Supervisor Object Instance 1 Attributes

Attribute ID Access Rule Name

101 Get

Data Type

Warning Status WORD

102

103

104

105

106

107

108

109

110

111

112

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Trip Log 0

Trip Log 1

Trip Log 2

Trip Log 3

Trip Log 4

Device Status

Trip Enable

WORD

WORD

WORD

WORD

WORD

WORD

WORD

Warning Enable WORD

OL Reset Mode BOOL

IN1 Assignment USINT

IN2 Assignment USINT

Value

Bit 0=Overload

Bit 1=Not Used

Bit 2=Jam

Bit 3=Underload

Bit 4=Not Used

BIt 5=Comm Fault

Bit 6=Comm Idle

Bit 7=Non Vol Mem Fault

Bit 8-Bit 15=Not used

Last trip condition. Bit definitions of the value are the same as attribute 101

Last trip condition. Bit definitions of the value are the same as attribute 101

Last trip condition. Bit definitions of the value are the same as attribute 101

Last trip condition. Bit definitions of the value are the same as attribute 101

Last trip condition. Bit definitions of the value are the same as attribute 101

Bit 0=Trip

Bit 1=Warning

Bit 2=OutputA

Bit 3=Input 1

Bit 4=Input 2

Bit 5=Motor Current

Bit 6-Bit 15=Not used

Bit 0=Not Used

Bit 1=Not Used

Bit 2=Jam

Bit 3-Bit 15=Not Used

Bit 0=Overload

Bit 1=Not Used

Bit 2=Jam

Bit 3=Underload

Bit 4=Not Used

BIt 5=Comm Fault

Bit 6=Comm Idle

Bit 7-Bit 15=Not Used

0=Manual

1=Automatic

0=Normal

1=Trip Reset

2=OL Contact

0=Normal

1=Trip Reset

2=OL Contact

The following common services are implemented for the Control Supervisor

Object:

Table 38 - Control Supervisor Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x0E

0x10

0x05

Implemented for:

Class Instance

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

Reset

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Overload Object — CLASS CODE 0x2C

No class attributes are supported for the Overload Object. A single instance

(instance 1) of the Overload Object is supported:

144

145

148

132

141

142

143

Table 39 - Overload Object Instance Attributes

Attribute ID

7

108

109

127

Access Rule Name

Get % Thermal Utilized

Get

Get

Get/Set

Average % FLA

% Thermal Utilized

Single/Three Phase

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

OL Warn Level

Jam Inhibit Time

Jam Trip Delay

Jam Trip Level

Jam Warn Level

UL Inhibit Time

UL Warn Level

USINT

USINT

USINT

UINT

UINT

USINT

USINT

Data Type

USINT

UINT

USINT

BOOL

Value

xxx% FLA

0…1000%FLA

0…100%

0=Single Phase

1=Three Phase

0…100% TCU

0…250 s

0.5…25.0 s

150…600%FLA

100…600%FLA

0…250 s

30…100%FLA

The following common services are implemented for the Overload Object:

Table 40 - Overload Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x0E

0x10

Implemented for:

Class Instance

No

No

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

PCP Object — CLASS CODE 0xC2

The following class attributes are supported for the PCP Object:

Table B.1 PCP Object Class Attributes

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule

Get

Name

Revision

Data Type

UINT

Value

1

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The following instance attributes are implemented for all parameter attributes:

Table 41 - PCP Object Instance Attributes

8

9

10

6

7

4

5

2

3

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get

Get/Set

Get

Get/Set

Name

MCC Number

Vertical Section Number

Starting Section Letter

Space Factors

Cabinet Width

Controlled Device

Number of Device Inputs

Data Type

USINT

USINT

USINT

USINT

USINT

USINT

USINT

Devices Connected at Inputs Array of USINT

Number of Device Outputs USINT

Devices Connected at Outputs Array of USINT

Value

0-255

0-255

0-255

0-0x3F

0-255

0-255

2

1

The following common services are implemented for the PCP Object:

Table 42 - PCP Object Common Services

Service

Code

0x01

0x02

0x0E

0x10

Implemented for:

Class Instance

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute All

Set Attribute All

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

TCP/IP Interface Object — CLASS CODE 0xF5

The following class attributes are supported for the TCP/IP Interface Object:

Table 43 - TCP/IP Interface Object Class Attributes

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule

Get

Name

Revision

Data Type

UINT

Value

1

The following instance attributes are implemented for all parameter attributes:

Table 44 - TCP/IP Interface Object Instance Attributes

2

3

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule

Get

Get

Get/Set

Name

Status

Configuration capability

Configuration control

Data Type

DWORD

DWORD

DWORD

Value

N/A

0x00000014

N/A

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Table 44 - TCP/IP Interface Object Instance Attributes

5

6

8

9

Attribute ID

4

Access Rule

Get

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Get/Set

Name

Physical Link Object

Path size

Path

Interface configuration

IP Address

Network Mask

Gateway Address

Name Server

Name Server 2

Domain Name

Host Name

TTL Value

Mcast Config

Alloc Control

Reserved

Num Mcast

Mcast Start Addr

Data Type

Struct of:

UINT

Padded EPATH

Structure of:

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

STRING

STRING

USINT

Structure of:

USINT

USINT

UINT

UDINT

Value

0x0002

20 F6 24 01

1

0

4

The following common services are implemented for the TCP/IP Interface

Object:

Table 45 - TCP/IP Interface Common Services

Service

Code

0x01

0x0E

0x10

Implemented for:

Class Instance

No

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute All

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

Ethernet Link Object — CLASS CODE 0xF6

The following class attributes are supported for the Ethernet Link Object:

Table 46 - Ethernet Link Object Class Attributes

Attribute ID

1

Access Rule

Get

Name

Revision

Data Type

UINT

Value

3

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The following instance attributes are implemented for all parameter attributes:

Table 47 - Ethernet Link Object Instance Attributes

2

3

Attribute ID

1

4

5

6

Access Rule

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get

Get/Set

Media Counters

Alignment Errors

FCS Errors

Single Collisions

Multiple Collisions

SQE Test Errors

Deferred Transmission

Late Collisions

Excessive Collisions

MAC Transmit Errors

Carrier Sense Errors

Frame Too Long

MAC Receive Errors

Interface Control

Control Bits

Forces Interface Speed

Name

Interface Speed

Interface Flags

Physical Address

Interface Counters

In Octets

In Ucast Packets

In NUcast Packets

In Discards

In Errors

In Unknown Protos

Out Octets

Out Ucast Packets

Out NUcast Packets

Out Discards

Out Errors

Structure of:

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

Structure of:

WORD

UINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

Data Type

UDINT

DWORD

ARRAY of 6 USINTs

Structure of:

UDINT

UDINT

UDINT

Value

10 or 100

MAC Address

0

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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The following common services are implemented for the Ethernet Link Object:

Table 48 - Ethernet Link Common Services

Service

Code

0x01

0x0E

0x10

0x4C

Implemented for:

Class Instance

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

Service Name

Get Attribute All

Get Attribute Single

Set Attribute Single

Get And Clear

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