PNOZ m1p (ETH)

PNOZ m1p (ETH)
PNOZ m1p (ETH)
Configurable Control System PNOZmulti
Operating Manual­20878­EN­13
Preface
This document is the original document.
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gratefully received.
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SafetyEYE®, SafetyNET p®, the spirit of safety® are registered and protected trademarks
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SD means Secure Digital
Content
Section 1
Introduction
1.1
Validity of documentation
1.2
Using the documentation
1.3
Definition of symbols
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Section 2
Overview
2.1
Range
2.2
Unit features
2.3
Chip card
2.4
Front view
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Section 3
Safety
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
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Intended use
System requirements
Safety regulations
Safety assessment
Use of qualified personnel
Warranty and liability
Disposal
For your safety
Section 4
Function description
4.1
Integrated protection mechanisms
4.2
Functions
4.3
Block diagram
4.4
Diagnostics
4.5
Cascading
4.6
Safety mat, muting
4.7
Interfaces
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Section 5
Installation
5.1
General installation guidelines
5.2
Dimensions
5.3
Install base unit without expansion module
5.4
Connecting the base unit and expansion modules
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Section 6
Commissioning
6.1
Wiring
6.2
Ethernet interfaces (only PNOZ m1p ETH)
6.2.1
RJ45 interfaces ("Ethernet")
6.2.2
Requirements of the connection cable and connector
6.2.3
Interface configuration
6.2.4
RJ45 connection cable
6.2.5
Process data exchange
6.3
Preparing for operation
6.3.1
Function test during commissioning
6.3.2
Commissioning the PNOZmulti control system for the first time
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6.3.2.1
6.3.2.2
6.3.3
6.3.3.1
6.3.3.2
6.3.4
6.4
Load project from chip card
Load project via integrated interface
Download modified project to the control system PNOZmulti
Load modified project from chip card
Load modified project via integrated interface
Connection
Connection example
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Section 7
Operation
7.1
LEDs
7.1.1
Display elements for the Ethernet connection (only PNOZ m1p ETH)
7.2
Reset Ethernet connection settings
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Section 8
Technical Details
8.1
Safety characteristic data
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Section 9
Supplementary data
9.1
Maximum capacitive load C (μF) with load current I (mA) at the semicon­
ductor outputs
9.2
Service life graph of output relays
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Order reference
10.1
Product
10.2
Accessories
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Section 10
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Introduction
1
Introduction
1.1
Validity of documentation
This documentation is valid for the product PNOZ m1p. It is valid until new documentation
is published.
This operating manual explains the function and operation, describes the installation and
provides guidelines on how to connect the product.
1.2
Using the documentation
This document is intended for instruction. Only install and commission the product if you
have read and understood this document. The document should be retained for future ref­
erence.
1.3
Definition of symbols
Information that is particularly important is identified as follows:
DANGER!
This warning must be heeded! It warns of a hazardous situation that poses
an immediate threat of serious injury and death and indicates preventive
measures that can be taken.
WARNING!
This warning must be heeded! It warns of a hazardous situation that could
lead to serious injury and death and indicates preventive measures that can
be taken.
CAUTION!
This refers to a hazard that can lead to a less serious or minor injury plus
material damage, and also provides information on preventive measures
that can be taken.
NOTICE
This describes a situation in which the product or devices could be dam­
aged and also provides information on preventive measures that can be
taken. It also highlights areas within the text that are of particular import­
ance.
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Introduction
INFORMATION
This gives advice on applications and provides information on special fea­
tures.
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Overview
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Overview
2.1
Range
2.2
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Base unit PNOZ m1p
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Terminator
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Documentation on data medium
Unit features
Using the product PNOZ m1p:
Base unit from the configurable control system PNOZmulti
The product has the following features:
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Can be configured in the PNOZmulti Configurator
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Positive­guided relay outputs:
– 2 safety outputs Depending on the application, up to PL e of EN ISO 13849­1 and up to SIL CL 3 of
EN IEC 62061
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Semiconductor outputs:
– 4 safety outputs Depending on the application, up to PL e of EN ISO 13849­1 and up to SIL CL 3 of
EN IEC 62061
–
1 output for standard applications
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4 test pulse outputs
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1 cascading input and output;
can also be used as a standard output
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20 inputs for connecting, for example:
– E­STOP pushbuttons
–
Two­hand buttons
–
Safety gate limit switches
–
Start buttons
–
Light beam devices
–
Scanners
–
Enabling switches
–
PSEN
–
Operating mode selector switches
–
Pressure sensitive mats
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Muting function
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LED for:
– Diagnostics
–
Supply voltage
–
Output circuits
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Input circuits
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Test pulse outputs used to monitor shorts across the inputs
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Monitoring of shorts between the safety outputs
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Expansion modules can be connected
(please refer to the document "PNOZmulti System Expansion" for details of the type
and number that can be connected)
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Integrated interfaces:
– PNOZ m1p: Serial interface RS232
–
PNOZ m1p ETH: 2 Ethernet interfaces
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Plug­in connection terminals:
either spring­loaded terminal or screw terminal available as an accessory (see order
reference)
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Coated version:
Increased environmental requirements (see Technical details)
2.3
Chip card
To be able to use the product you will need a chip card.
Chip cards are available with memories of 8 kByte and 32 kByte. For large­scale projects
we recommend the 32 kByte chip card (see Technical Catalogue: Accessories chapter).
2.4
Front view
PNOZ m1p
CHIP-Card
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PNOZ m1p ETH
MAC ADD_00-02-47-MAC-VAR
CHIP-Card
LNK
TRF
LNK
TRF
Legend
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CHIP card:
– Interface chip card
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X1:
– Cascading inputs and outputs CI and CO,
–
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Test pulse outputs T0 ... T3
X2:
– Semiconductor outputs O0 ... O3,
–
Auxiliary output OA0,
–
Supply connections
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X3:
– Relay outputs O4 and O5
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X4:
– RS232 interface / Ethernet interface
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X5, X6:
– Inputs I0 ... I19
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X7:
– Power supply
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LEDs:
– PWR
–
RUN
–
DIAG
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FAULT
–
I FAULT
–
O FAULT
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Safety
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Safety
3.1
Intended use
The configurable control system PNOZmulti is used for the safety­related interruption of
safety circuits and is designed for use in:
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E­STOP equipment
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Safety circuits in accordance with VDE 0113 Part 1 and EN 60204­1
CAUTION!
Inputs and outputs for standard functions must not be used for safety­re­
lated applications.
The coated version of the product PNOZ m1p is suitable for use where there are increased
environmental requirements (see Technical Details).
Intended use includes making the electrical installation EMC­compliant. The product is de­
signed for use in an industrial environment. It is not suitable for use in a domestic environ­
ment, as this can lead to interference.
The following is deemed improper use in particular:
3.2
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Any component, technical or electrical modification to the product
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Use of the product outside the areas described in this manual
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Use of the product outside the technical details (see chapter entitled “Technical De­
tails”)
System requirements
Please refer to the "Product Modifications" document in the "Version overview" section for
details of which versions of the PNOZmulti Configurator can be used for this product.
3.3
Safety regulations
3.3.1
Safety assessment
Before using a unit it is necessary to perform a safety assessment in accordance with the
Machinery Directive.
Functional safety is guaranteed for the product as a single component. However, this does
not guarantee the functional safety of the overall plant/machine. In order to achieve the re­
quired safety level for the overall plant/machine, define the safety requirements for the
plant/machine and then define how these must be implemented from a technical and organ­
isational standpoint.
3.3.2
Use of qualified personnel
The products may only be assembled, installed, programmed, commissioned, operated,
maintained and decommissioned by competent persons.
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Safety
A competent person is someone who, because of their training, experience and current pro­
fessional activity, has the specialist knowledge required to test, assess and operate the
work equipment, devices, systems, plant and machinery in accordance with the general
standards and guidelines for safety technology.
It is the company’s responsibility only to employ personnel who:
3.3.3
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Are familiar with the basic regulations concerning health and safety / accident preven­
tion
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Have read and understood the information provided in this description under "Safety"
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And have a good knowledge of the generic and specialist standards applicable to the
specific application.
Warranty and liability
All claims to warranty and liability will be rendered invalid if
3.3.4
3.3.5
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The product was used contrary to the purpose for which it is intended
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Damage can be attributed to not having followed the guidelines in the manual
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Operating personnel are not suitably qualified
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Any type of modification has been made (e.g. exchanging components on the PCB
boards, soldering work etc.).
Disposal
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In safety­related applications, please comply with the mission time TM in the safety­re­
lated characteristic data.
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When decommissioning, please comply with local regulations regarding the disposal of
electronic devices (e.g. Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act).
For your safety
The unit meets all the necessary conditions for safe operation. However, you should always
ensure that the following safety requirements are met:
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This operating manual only describes the basic functions of the unit. Advanced func­
tions such as cascading are described in the online help for the PNOZmulti Configur­
ator, in the document entitled "PNOZmulti Communication Interfaces" and in
"PNOZmulti Special Applications". Only use these functions once you have read and
understood the documentation.
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Adequate protection must be provided for all inductive consumers.
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Do not open the housing or make any unauthorised modifications.
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Please make sure you shut down the supply voltage when performing maintenance
work (e.g. exchanging contactors).
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Function description
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Function description
4.1
Integrated protection mechanisms
The relay conforms to the following safety criteria:
4.2
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The circuit is redundant with built­in self­monitoring.
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The safety function remains effective in the case of a component failure.
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The relay contacts meet the requirements for protective separation through increased
insulation compared with all other circuits in the safety system.
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The safety outputs are tested periodically using a disconnection test.
Functions
The function of the inputs and outputs on the control system depends on the safety circuit
created using the PNOZmulti Configurator. A chip card is used to download the safety cir­
cuit to the base unit. The base unit has 2 microcontrollers that monitor each other. They
evaluate the input circuits on the base unit and expansion modules and switch the outputs
on the base unit and expansion modules accordingly.
The LEDs on the base unit and expansion modules indicate the status of the configurable
control system PNOZmulti.
The online help on the PNOZmulti Configurator contains descriptions of the operating
modes and all the functions of the control system, plus connection examples.
Block diagram
Ethernet/
RS 232
Interface
fieldbus, Interface
expansion chip card
module
A1 A2
I0 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 I10 I11 I12 I13 I14 I15 I16 I17 I18 I19
23 13
Input
O4 O5
Power
Cascading
CI+ CI- CO+ CO-
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output
T0 T1 T2 T3 O0 O1 O2 O3
OA0
24 V
0V
24 V
0V
Interface
expansion
module
4.3
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Function description
4.4
Diagnostics
The status and error messages displayed by the LEDs are saved in an error stack. This er­
ror stack can be read from the PNOZmulti Configurator via the interfaces (RS 232 or Ether­
net). More comprehensive diagnostics are possible via the interfaces or one of the fieldbus
modules, e.g. the PROFIBUS module.
4.5
Cascading
The cascading inputs and outputs enable several PNOZmulti and PNOZelog units to be
connected in series or as a tree structure.
INFORMATION
Detailed information on these functions and connection examples can be
found in the online help for the PNOZmulti Configurator and in the
PNOZmulti Installation Manual.
4.6
Safety mat, muting
INFORMATION
Detailed information on these functions and connection examples can be
found in the online help for the PNOZmulti Configurator and in the docu­
ment entitled "PNOZmulti ­ Special Applications".
4.7
Interfaces
The product PNOZ m1p ETH has two Ethernet interfaces, the product PNOZ m1p has one
serial interface to
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Project download
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Read the diagnostic data
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Set virtual inputs for standard functions
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Read virtual outputs for standard functions.
Information on diagnostics via the interfaces can be found in the document "PNOZmulti
communication interfaces".
The connection to Ethernet is made via the two 8­pin RJ45 sockets.
The Ethernet interface is configured in the PNOZmulti Configurator and is described in the
online help for the PNOZmulti Configurator.
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Installation
5.1
General installation guidelines
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The control system should be installed in a control cabinet with a protection type of at
least IP54. Fit the control system to a horizontal mounting rail. The venting slots must
face upward and downward. Other mounting positions could destroy the control system.
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Use the notches on the rear of the unit to attach it to a mounting rail. Connect the con­
trol system to the mounting rail in an upright position, so that the earthing springs on the
control system are pressed on to the mounting rail.
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The ambient temperature of the PNOZmulti units in the control cabinet must not exceed
the figure stated in the technical details, otherwise air conditioning will be required.
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To comply with EMC requirements, the mounting rail must have a low impedance con­
nection to the control cabinet housing.
CAUTION!
Damage due to electrostatic discharge!
Electrostatic discharge can damage components. Ensure against discharge
before touching the product, e.g. by touching an earthed, conductive sur­
face or by wearing an earthed armband.
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Dimensions
121 (4.76")
5.2
135 (5.31")
94 (3.70")
5.3
Install base unit without expansion module
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The terminator must be fitted to the side of the base unit marked “Termination/Link”.
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Do not fit a terminator on the left hand side of the base unit.
Terminator
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5.4
Connecting the base unit and expansion modules
The modules are linked via jumpers.
There are 2 pin connectors on the rear of the base unit.
A max. of 12 expansion modules plus one fieldbus module may be connected to one base
unit.
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Ensure that no terminator is connected.
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Connect the base unit, the expansion modules and the fieldbus module using the jump­
ers supplied.
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The terminator must be fitted to the last expansion module to the right of the base unit.
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A terminator must not be fitted to the last expansion module to the left of the base unit.
Fieldbus module
Expansion module 1 ... 4
Power supply
Base unit
Jumpers
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Commissioning
6.1
Wiring
The wiring is defined in the circuit diagram in the Configurator. There you can select the in­
puts that are to perform a safety function and the outputs that are to switch this safety func­
tion.
Note:
CAUTION!
The plug­in connection terminals on the relay outputs that carry mains
voltage should only be connected and disconnected when the voltage is
switched off.
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Information given in the "Technical details" must be followed.
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Outputs:
– O0 to O5 are safety outputs.
–
O4 and O5 are relay outputs
–
O0 to O3 are semiconductor outputs
–
OA0 is an output to delete a project from the base unit (see online help for the
PNOZmutli Configurator).
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To prevent contact welding, a fuse should be connected before the output contacts (see
technical details).
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Use copper wire that can withstand 75°C.
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Sufficient fuse protection must be provided on all output contacts with inductive loads.
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The control system and input circuits must always be supplied by a single power sup­
ply. The power supply must meet the regulations for extra low voltages with protective
separation.
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Two connection terminals are available for each of the supply connections 24 V and 0 V
(semiconductor outputs), plus A1 and A2 (power supply). This means that the supply
voltage can be looped through several connections. The current at each terminal may
not exceed 3 A.
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Test pulse outputs must exclusively be used to test the inputs. They must not be used
to drive loads. Do not route the test pulse lines together with actuator cables within an unprotected
multicore cable.
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Test pulse outputs are also used to supply safety mats that trigger a short circuit.
Test pulses that are used for the safety mat may not be reused for other purposes.
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6.2
Ethernet interfaces (only PNOZ m1p ETH)
6.2.1
RJ45 interfaces ("Ethernet")
Two free switch ports are provided as Ethernet interfaces via an internal autosensing
switch. The autosensing switch automatically detects whether data transfer is occurring at
10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s.
INFORMATION
The connected subscribers must support the autosensing/autonegotiation
function. If not, the communication partner must be set permanently to "10
Mbit/s, half duplex".
The switch's automatic crossover function means there is no need to distinguish on the
connection cable between patch cable (uncrossed data line connection) and crossover
cable (crossover data line connection). The switch automatically creates the correct data
line connection internally. Patch cable can therefore be used as the connection cable for
end devices as well as cascading.
Both Ethernet interfaces use RJ45 technology.
6.2.2
Requirements of the connection cable and connector
The following minimum requirements must be met:
6.2.3
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Ethernet standards (min. Category 5) 10BaseT or 100BaseTX
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Double­shielded twisted pair cable for industrial Ethernet use
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Shielded RJ45 connectors (industrial connectors)
Interface configuration
RJ45 socket
8­pin
8
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Standard
Crossover
1
TD+ (Transmit+)
RD+ (Receive+)
2
TD­ (Transmit­)
RD­ (Receive­)
3
RD+ (Receive+)
TD+ (Transmit+)
4
n.c.
n.c.
5
n.c.
n.c.
6
RD­ (Receive­)
TD­ (Transmit­)
7
n.c.
n.c.
8
n.c.
n.c.
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6.2.4
RJ45 connection cable
RJ45 connector
8­pin
10BaseT cable or 100BaseTX cable
max. 100 m
8
1
NOTICE
With the plug­in connection please note that the data cable and connector
have a limited mechanical load capacity. Appropriate design measures
should be used to ensure that the plug­in connection is insensitive to in­
creased mechanical stress (e.g. through shock, vibration). Such measures
include fixed routing with strain relief, for example.
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6.2.5
Process data exchange
The RJ45 interfaces on the internal autosensing switch enable process data to be ex­
changed with other Ethernet subscribers within a network.
The product PNOZ m1p ETH can also be connected to Ethernet via a hub (hub or switch).
Ethernet
Hub/Switch
Hub/Switch
Ethernetsubscriber
Ethernetsubscriber
PCwithPNOZmulti
Configurator
PNOZmulti base unit
withEthernetinterface
PNOZmulti base unit
withEthernetinterface
Fig.: PNOZmulti as Ethernet subscriber ­ possible topologies
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6.3
Preparing for operation
6.3.1
Function test during commissioning
CAUTION!
It is essential to check that the safety devices operate correctly
– after the chip card has been exchanged
– after a project has been downloaded
– when the project has been deleted from the base unit's memory ("Re­
set Project" menu)
6.3.2
Commissioning the PNOZmulti control system for the first time
Procedure:
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Wire the inputs and outputs on the base unit and expansion modules in accordance
with the circuit diagram.
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Cascading output as auxiliary output: Connect the load to CO+ and A2, see connection
example.
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Connect the supply voltage:
– Supply voltage for the units (connector X7):
–
Terminal A1: + 24 VDC
–
Terminal A2: 0 V
–
Supply voltage for the semiconductor outputs (connector X2):
–
24 V terminal: + 24 VDC
–
0V terminal: 0 V
Please note: Supply voltage must always be applied to X2 and X7, even if you are not us­
ing the semiconductor outputs.
6.3.2.1
Load project from chip card
NOTICE
Chip contacting is only guaranteed if the contact surface is clean and un­
damaged. The chip's contact surface should therefore be protected from
contamination, contact and mechanical impact such as scratches.
Procedure:
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Insert the chip card containing the current project into the card slot on the base unit.
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Switch on the supply voltage.
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6.3.2.2
Load project via integrated interface
Procedure:
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Insert a chip card into the chip card slot on the base unit.
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Connect the computer containing the PNOZmulti Configurator to the base unit via the
interface.
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Switch on the supply voltage.
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Download the project (see PNOZmulti Configurator's online help).
INFORMATION
You will need a PC with an Ethernet card in order to establish an Ethernet
connection.
6.3.3
Download modified project to the control system PNOZmulti
6.3.3.1
Load modified project from chip card
To download data via chip card, the existing configuration data must first be deleted (gen­
eral reset of device).
Procedure:
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Switch off the supply voltage.
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Disconnect all the output terminals.
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Jumper OA0­I19 on the base unit.
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Switch on the supply voltage.
When the "DIAG" LED on the base unit flashes, the memory has been cleared. The project
data can now be downloaded:
6.3.3.2
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Switch off the supply voltage.
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Remove the old chip card from the chip card slot on the base unit.
}
Remove the jumper from OA0­I19 on the base unit.
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Insert the chip card containing the current project into the card slot.
}
Switch on the supply voltage.
Load modified project via integrated interface
Proceed as described for the initial commissioning
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6.3.4
Connection
Supply voltage
AC
DC
For the safety system
(connector X7)
For the semiconductor outputs
(connector X2)
Must always be present, even if
the semiconductor outputs are not
used
A1
+ 24 V DC
A2
0V
24 V
+ 24 V DC
0V
0V
Supply voltage
Input circuit
Single­channel
Dual­channel
E­STOP
without detection of shorts across
contacts
S1
E­STOP
with detection of shorts across
contacts
S1
L+
I0
I0
L+
I1
L+
S1
S1
I0
I0
I1
T1
T0
T0
Connection examples for the input circuit
Start circuit
Input circuit without detection of
shorts across contacts
Input circuit with detection of
shorts across contacts
S3
S3
I5
I5
L+
T0
Connection examples for start circuit
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Redundant output
O0 (O2)
O1 (O3)
Single output
O0 (O2)
K1
L-
K2
L-
K1
L-
K2
O1 ( O3)
K3
L-
K4
Connection examples for semiconductor outputs
Redundant output
O4 13
14
23
O5
24
L1
K1
N
K2
Single output
O4
O5
13
14
23
24
L1
K2
K1
N
Connection examples for relay outputs
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Feedback loop
Redundant output
Contacts from external contactors
K1
O0 (O2, O4)
O1 (O3, O5)
K2
LL-
I0
L+
Connection examples for feedback loop
6.4
Connection example
Dual­channel E­STOP and safety gate wiring, monitored start (I17), feedback loop (I14),
cascading output as auxiliary output (CO+/A2)
L+
LK1
24V
24V
0V
0V
13
14
23
24
OA0
CO+
T0
T1
T2
T3
O0
O1
O2
O3
CO-
I0
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
I9
I10
I11
I12
I13
I14
I15
I16
I17
I18
I19
A1
A1
A2
A2
CI+
CI-
K2
S1
K2
S2
S3
K1
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7
Operation
When the supply voltage is switched on, the PNOZmulti safety system copies the configur­
ation from the chip card.
The LEDs "POWER","DIAG", "FAULT", "IFAULT" and "OFAULT" light up on the base unit.
The PNOZmulti control system is ready for operation when the "POWER" and "RUN" LEDs
on the base unit are lit continuously.
7.1
LEDs
Legend:
LED on
LED flashes
LED off
Base
Input RUN
Ix
Exp.
DIAG
FAULT
IFAULT OFAULT CI
CO
FAULT
Error
IN/
OUT
The existing user
program has been
deleted.
External error on the
base unit, leading to
a safe condition,
e.g. terminator not
connected
External error lead­
ing to a safe condi­
tion, e.g. short
across the contacts
or error at safety
mat input
External error on the
base unit outputs,
e.g. short across the
contacts, leading to
a safe condition.
External error, lead­
ing to a safe condi­
tion, e.g. short
across the contacts
External error on the
output
Internal error on the
base unit
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Operation
Internal error on the
base unit
Internal error on the
base unit
Internal error on the
expansion module
Base unit in a STOP
condition
External error on the
base unit inputs,
which does not lead
to a safe condition,
e.g. partially oper­
ated
External error on the
base unit outputs,
which does not lead
to a safe condition,
e.g. feedback input
defective
External error on the
inputs, which does
not lead to a safe
condition, e.g. par­
tially operated; feed­
back input defective
The fieldbus module
has not been recog­
nised.
Or
The base unit has
been identified via
the PNOZmulti Con­
figurator.
Error on cascading
input; unit remains
in a RUN condition
Error on cascading
output; unit remains
in a RUN condition
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Operation
7.1.1
Display elements for the Ethernet connection (only PNOZ m1p ETH)
The operating and fault states of the Ethernet connection are displayed via the LNK (Link)
and TRF (Traffic) LEDs on the Ethernet interfaces.
LED
Signal
LNK
(green)
Meaning
No network connection
Network connection present
TRF (yel­
low)
No data traffic
Data traffic present
7.2
Reset Ethernet connection settings
The Ethernet connection settings of the base unit can be configured in the PNOZmulti Con­
figurator.
You can reset the base unit's Ethernet connection settings to the default settings.
Proceed as follows:
}
Switch off the supply voltage
}
Remove the chip card
}
Restart the base unit without the chip card inserted.
The Ethernet connection settings are now reset to the default settings.
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8
General
Approvals
Electrical data
Supply voltage
for
Technical Details
773100
BG, CCC, CE, EAC
(Eurasian), KCC,
KOSHA, TÜV,
cULus Listed
773100
Supply to the sys­
tem
Voltage
24,0 V
Kind
DC
Voltage tolerance ­15 %/+20 %
Output of external
power supply
8,0 W
(DC)
Residual ripple
5 %
DC
Supply voltage
for
Supply to the SC
outputs
Voltage
24 V
Kind
DC
Voltage tolerance ­15 %/+20 %
Residual ripple
5 %
DC
Potential isolation Yes
Supply voltage
Power consump­
tion per expan­
sion module
2,50 W
Status indicator
LED
Inputs
773100
Number
20
Max. number of live
inputs in the area of
max. permitted am­
bient temperature
(see "Environmental U_B <= 26,4 V : 20,
U_B > 26,4 V : 15
data")
Signal level at "0"
­3 ­ +5 V DC
Signal level at "1"
15 ­ 30 V DC
Input voltage in ac­
cordance with EN
61131­2 Type 1
24 V DC
Input current at rated
voltage
8 mA
Min. pulse duration 18 ms
Pulse suppression 0,6 ms
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773104
773105
BG, CCC, CE, EAC
BG, CCC, CE, EAC BG, CCC, CE, EAC (Eurasian), KCC,
(Eurasian), KCC,
(Eurasian), TÜV,
KOSHA, TÜV,
TÜV, cULus Listed cULus Listed
cULus Listed
773103
773104
773105
Supply to the sys­
tem
24,0 V
DC
­15 %/+20 %
Supply to the sys­
tem
24,0 V
DC
­15 %/+20 %
Supply to the sys­
tem
24,0 V
DC
­15 %/+20 %
9,0 W
9,0 W
8,0 W
5 %
5 %
5 %
Supply to the SC
outputs
24 V
DC
­15 %/+20 %
Supply to the SC
outputs
24 V
DC
­15 %/+20 %
Supply to the SC
outputs
24 V
DC
­15 %/+20 %
5 %
Yes
5 %
Yes
5 %
Yes
2,50 W
LED
773103
20
2,50 W
LED
773104
20
2,50 W
LED
773105
20
U_B <= 26,4 V : 20,
U_B > 26,4 V : 15
­3 ­ +5 V DC
15 ­ 30 V DC
U_B <= 26,4 V : 20,
U_B > 26,4 V : 15
­3 ­ +5 V DC
15 ­ 30 V DC
U_B <= 26,4 V : 20,
U_B > 26,4 V : 15
­3 ­ +5 V DC
15 ­ 30 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
8 mA
18 ms
0,6 ms
8 mA
18 ms
0,6 ms
8 mA
18 ms
0,6 ms
30
Technical Details
Inputs
Maximum input
delay
Potential isolation
Semiconductor
outputs
Number
Switching capability
Voltage
Current
Power
773100
773103
773104
773105
4 ms
No
773100
4 ms
No
773103
4 ms
No
773104
4 ms
No
773105
4
4
4
4
24 V
2,0 A
48 W
24 V
2,0 A
48 W
24 V
2,0 A
48 W
24 V
2,0 A
48 W
Voltage
Current
Power
Signal level at "1"
Residual current at
"0"
Max. capacitive load
Max. duration of off
time during self test
Switch­off delay
Potential isolation
Short circuit­proof
Semiconductor
outputs (standard)
Number
Switching capability
Voltage
Current
Power
Galvanic isolation
Short circuit­proof
Residual current at
"0"
–
–
–
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 2 A
–
–
–
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 2 A
24 V
1 A
24 W
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 2 A
24 V
1 A
24 W
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 2 A
0,5 mA
1 µF
0,5 mA
1 µF
0,5 mA
1 µF
0,5 mA
1 µF
300 µs
30 ms
Yes
Yes
773100
300 µs
30 ms
Yes
Yes
773103
300 µs
30 ms
Yes
Yes
773104
300 µs
30 ms
Yes
Yes
773105
1
1
1
1
24 V
0,50 A
12,0 W
Yes
Yes
24 V
0,50 A
12,0 W
Yes
Yes
24 V
0,50 A
12,0 W
Yes
Yes
24 V
0,50 A
12,0 W
Yes
Yes
0,5 mA
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 0.5
A
773103
0,5 mA
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 0.5
A
773104
0,5 mA
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 0.5
A
773105
4
24 V
0,5 A
4
24 V
0,5 A
4
24 V
0,5 A
5 ms
Yes
No
5 ms
Yes
No
5 ms
Yes
No
0,5 mA
UB ­ 0.5 VDC at 0.5
Signal level at "1"
A
Test pulse outputs 773100
Number of test pulse
4
outputs
Voltage
24 V
Current
0,5 A
Max. duration of off
time during self test 5 ms
Short circuit­proof
Yes
Potential isolation
No
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Relay outputs
Utilisation category
In accordance
with the standard
Utilisation category
of safety contacts
AC1 at
Max. current
Max. power
DC 1 at
Max. current
Max. power
Safety contacts,
AC1 at
Max. current
Max. power
Safety contacts,
DC 1 at
Max. current
Max. power
Utilisation category
In accordance
with the standard
Utilisation category
of safety contacts
AC15 at
Max. current
Max. power
DC13 (6 cycles/
min) at
Max. current
Max. power
Airgap creepage
between
Relay contacts
Relay contacts
and other circuits
Contact fuse protec­
tion external, safety
contacts
In accordance
with the standard
Blow­out fuse,
quick
Blow­out fuse,
slow
Circuit breaker,
24V AC/DC, char­
acteristic B/C
773100
773103
773104
773105
EN 60947­4­1
EN 60947­4­1
EN 60947­4­1
EN 60947­4­1
240 V
6,0 A
1440 VA
24 V
6,0 A
144 W
240 V
6,0 A
1440 VA
24 V
6,0 A
144 W
240 V
6,0 A
1440 VA
24 V
6,0 A
144 W
240 V
6,0 A
1440 VA
24 V
6,0 A
144 W
–
–
–
–
–
–
240 V
4 A
960 W
240 V
4 A
960 W
–
–
–
–
–
–
24 V
4 A
96 W
24 V
4 A
96 W
EN 60947­5­1
EN 60947­5­1
EN 60947­5­1
EN 60947­5­1
230 V
3,0 A
690 W
230 V
3,0 A
690 W
230 V
3,0 A
690 W
230 V
3,0 A
690 W
24 V
3,0 A
72 W
24 V
3,0 A
72 W
24 V
3,0 A
72 W
24 V
3,0 A
72 W
3 mm
3 mm
3 mm
3 mm
5,5 mm
5,5 mm
5,5 mm
5,5 mm
EN 60947­5­1
EN 60947­5­1
EN 60947­5­1
EN 60947­5­1
6 A
6 A
6 A
6 A
6,00 A
6,00 A
6,00 A
6,00 A
6 A
6 A
6 A
6 A
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Technical Details
Relay outputs
Switch­off delay
Potential isolation
Cascading output
as standard output
Number
Switching capability
Voltage
Current
Power
Galvanic isolation
Short circuit­proof
Residual current at
"0"
Ethernet interface
Number
Serial interface
Number of RS232
interfaces
Times
Switch­on delay
Supply interruption
before de­energisa­
tion
Simultaneity, chan­
nel 1 and 2
Simultaneity in the
two­hand circuit
Max. cycle time of
the device
Max. processing
time for data com­
munication
Environmental data
Ambient temperat­
ure
In accordance
with the standard
Temperature
range
Forced convec­
tion in control
cabinet off
Storage temperature
In accordance
with the standard
Temperature
range
773100
50 ms
Yes
773100
773103
50 ms
Yes
773103
773104
50 ms
Yes
773104
773105
50 ms
Yes
773105
1
1
1
1
24 V
0,2 A
4,8 W
No
Yes
24 V
0,2 A
4,8 W
No
Yes
24 V
0,2 A
4,8 W
No
Yes
24 V
0,2 A
4,8 W
No
Yes
0,5 mA
773100
–
773100
0,5 mA
773103
2
773103
0,5 mA
773104
2
773104
0,5 mA
773105
–
773105
1
773100
5,00 s
–
773103
5,00 s
–
773104
5,00 s
1
773105
5,00 s
20 ms
20 ms
20 ms
20 ms
3 s
3 s
3 s
3 s
0,5 s
0,5 s
0,5 s
0,5 s
15 ms
15 ms
15 ms
15 ms
–
773100
50 ms
773103
50 ms
773104
–
773105
EN 60068­2­14
EN 60068­2­14
EN 60068­2­14
EN 60068­2­14
0 ­ 60 °C
0 ­ 60 °C
­25 ­ 60 °C
­25 ­ 60 °C
55 °C
55 °C
–
–
EN 60068­2­1/­2
EN 60068­2­1/­2
EN 60068­2­1/­2
EN 60068­2­1/­2
­25 ­ 70 °C
­25 ­ 70 °C
­25 ­ 70 °C
­25 ­ 70 °C
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Environmental data
Climatic suitability
In accordance
with the standard
Humidity
Condensation during
operation
EMC
Vibration
In accordance
with the standard
Frequency
Acceleration
Broadband noise
In accordance
with the standard
Frequency
Acceleration
Corrosive gas check
SO2: Concentra­
tion 10 ppm, dur­
ation 10 days,
passive
H2S: Concentra­
tion 1 ppm, dura­
tion 10 days,
passive
Shock stress
In accordance
with the standard
Acceleration
Duration
Max. operating
height above sea
level
Airgap creepage
In accordance
with the standard
Overvoltage cat­
egory
Pollution degree
Rated insulation
voltage
Rated impulse with­
stand voltage
773100
773103
773104
773105
EN 60068­2­30, EN EN 60068­2­30, EN EN 60068­2­30, EN
60068­2­78
60068­2­78
60068­2­78
93 % r. h. at 40 °C 93 % r. h. at 40 °C 93 % r. h. at 40 °C
Short­term (only
with separated ex­
Not permitted
Not permitted
tra low voltage)
EN 61131­2
EN 61131­2
EN 61131­2
EN 60068­2­30, EN
60068­2­78
93 % r. h. at 40 °C
Short­term (only
with separated ex­
tra low voltage)
EN 61131­2
EN 60068­2­6
10,0 ­ 150,0 Hz
1g
EN 60068­2­6
10,0 ­ 150,0 Hz
1g
EN 60068­2­6
5,0 ­ 500,0 Hz
1g
EN 60068­2­6
5,0 ­ 500,0 Hz
1g
–
–
–
–
–
–
EN 60068­2­64
5 ­ 500 Hz
19 m/s² rms
EN 60068­2­64
5 ­ 500 Hz
19 m/s² rms
–
–
DIN V 40046­36
DIN V 40046­36
–
–
DIN V 40046­37
DIN V 40046­37
EN 60068­2­27
15g
11 ms
EN 60068­2­27
15g
11 ms
EN 60068­2­27
15g
11 ms
EN 60068­2­27
15g
11 ms
2000 m
2000 m
2000 m
2000 m
EN 61131­2
EN 61131­2
EN 61131­2
EN 61131­2
III
2
III
2
III
2
III
2
250 V
250 V
250 V
250 V
6,00 kV
6,00 kV
6,00 kV
6,00 kV
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Technical Details
Environmental data
Protection type
In accordance
with the standard
Mounting area
(e.g. control cab­
inet)
Housing
Terminals
Potential isolation
Potential isolation
between
Type of potential
isolation
Rated surge voltage
Potential isolation
between
Type of potential
isolation
Rated surge voltage
Mechanical data
Mounting position
DIN rail
Top hat rail
Recess width
Max. cable length
Max. cable length
per input
Sum of individual
cable lengths at
the test pulse out­
put
Material
Bottom
Front
Conductor cross
section with screw
terminals (relay out­
puts)
1 core flexible
2 core with the
same cross sec­
tion, flexible
without crimp
connectors or
with TWIN crimp
connectors
773100
773103
773104
773105
EN 60529
EN 60529
EN 60529
EN 60529
IP54
IP20
IP20
773100
SC output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
2500 V
RL output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
6000 V
773100
Horizontal on top
hat rail
IP54
IP20
IP20
773103
SC output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
2500 V
RL output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
6000 V
773103
Horizontal on top
hat rail
IP54
IP20
IP20
773104
SC output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
2500 V
RL output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
6000 V
773104
Horizontal on top
hat rail
IP54
IP20
IP20
773105
SC output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
2500 V
RL output and sys­
tem voltage
Protective separa­
tion
6000 V
773105
Horizontal on top
hat rail
35 x 7,5 EN 50022
27 mm
35 x 7,5 EN 50022
27 mm
35 x 7,5 EN 50022
27 mm
35 x 7,5 EN 50022
27 mm
1,0 km
1,0 km
1,0 km
1,0 km
40 km
40 km
40 km
40 km
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
0,5 ­ 2,5 mm², 22 ­
12 AWG
0,5 ­ 2,5 mm², 22 ­
12 AWG
0,5 ­ 2,5 mm², 22 ­
12 AWG
0,5 ­ 2,5 mm², 22 ­
12 AWG
0,50 ­ 1,25 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 1,25 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 1,25 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 1,25 mm², 22
­ 16 AWG
­ 16 AWG
­ 16 AWG
­ 16 AWG
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Mechanical data
Conductor cross
section with screw
terminals
1 core flexible
2 core with the
same cross sec­
tion, flexible with
crimp connectors,
no plastic sleeve
2 core with the
same cross sec­
tion, flexible
without crimp
connectors or
with TWIN crimp
connectors
Rigid single­core,
flexible multi­core
or multi­core with
crimp connector
Torque setting with
screw terminals
Connection type
Conductor cross
section with spring­
loaded terminals:
Flexible with/without
crimp connector
Spring­loaded ter­
minals: Terminal
points per connec­
tion
Stripping length
Dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
773100
773103
773104
773105
0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 22
­ 14 AWG
­ 14 AWG
­ 14 AWG
­ 14 AWG
0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22
­ 20 AWG
­ 20 AWG
­ 20 AWG
­ 20 AWG
0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22 0,50 ­ 0,75 mm², 22
­ 20 AWG
­ 20 AWG
­ 20 AWG
­ 20 AWG
0,5 ­ 1,5 mm²
0,5 ­ 1,5 mm²
0,5 ­ 1,5 mm²
0,5 ­ 1,5 mm²
0,25 Nm
Cage clamp ter­
minal, screw ter­
minal
0,25 Nm
Cage clamp ter­
minal, screw ter­
minal
0,25 Nm
Cage clamp ter­
minal, screw ter­
minal
0,25 Nm
Cage clamp ter­
minal, screw ter­
minal
0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 26 0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 26 0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 26 0,50 ­ 1,50 mm², 26
­ 14 AWG
­ 14 AWG
­ 14 AWG
­ 14 AWG
1
9,0 mm
1
9,0 mm
1
9,0 mm
1
9,0 mm
94,0 mm
135,0 mm
121,0 mm
499 g
94,0 mm
135,0 mm
121,0 mm
518 g
94,0 mm
135,0 mm
121,0 mm
538 g
94,0 mm
135,0 mm
121,0 mm
519 g
Where standards are undated, the 2010­10 latest editions shall apply.
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Technical Details
8.1
Unit
Logic
CPU
Expansion
Input
SC inputs
SC inputs
SC inputs
SC inputs
Cascad. in­
puts
Output
SC outputs
SC outputs
Cascad. out­
puts
Relay outputs
Relay outputs
Safety characteristic data
Operating
mode
EN ISO
EN ISO
EN 62061
13849­1: 2008 13849­1: 2008 SIL CL
PL
Category
EN 62061
2­channel
–
PL e
PL e
Cat. 4
Cat. 4
SIL CL 3
SIL CL 3
4,90E­09
9,20E­09
20
20
1­channel
2­channel
Short circuit­
forming
safety mats
1­ch., pulsed
light barrier
PL d
PL e
Cat. 2
Cat. 4
SIL CL 2
SIL CL 3
2,50E­09
2,90E­10
20
20
PL d
Cat. 3
SIL CL 2
1,81E­09
20
PL e
Cat. 4
SIL CL 3
2,50E­10
20
–
PL e
Cat. 4
SIL CL 3
3,10E­10
20
1­channel
2­channel
PL d
PL e
Cat. 2
Cat. 4
SIL CL 2
SIL CL 3
7,00E­09
8,60E­10
20
20
–
1­channel
2­channel
PL e
PL c
PL e
Cat. 4
Cat. 1
Cat. 4
SIL CL 3
­
SIL CL 3
4,91E­10
2,90E­08
3,00E­10
20
20
20
PFHD [1/h]
EN ISO
13849­1: 2008
TM [year]
All the units used within a safety function must be considered when calculating the safety
characteristic data.
INFORMATION
A safety function's SIL/PL values are not identical to the SIL/PL values of
the units that are used and may be different. We recommend that you use
the PAScal software tool to calculate the safety function's SIL/PL values.
CAUTION!
It is essential to consider the relay's service life graphs. The relay outputs'
safety­related characteristic data is only valid if the values in the service life
graphs are met.
The PFH value depends on the switching frequency and the load on the relay output.
If the service life graphs are not accessible, the stated PFH value can be used irrespective
of the switching frequency and the load, as the PFH value already considers the relay's
B10d value as well as the failure rates of the other components.
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Supplementary data
9
Supplementary data
9.1
Maximum capacitive load C (μF) with load current I (mA) at
the semiconductor outputs
C (µF)
6
4
2
0
0
9.2
10
50
100
200
400
600
800
1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 I (mA)
Service life graph of output relays
The service life graphs indicate the number of cycles from which failures due to wear must
be expected. The wear is mainly caused by the electrical load; the mechanical load is negli­
gible.
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Supplementary data
Example
}
Inductive load: 0,2 A
}
Utilisation category: AC15
}
Contact service life: 1,000,000 cycles
Provided the application requires fewer than 1,000,000 cycles, the PFH value (see tech­
nical details) can be used in the calculation.
To increase the service life, sufficient spark suppression must be provided on all output
contacts. With capacitive loads, any power surges that occur must be noted. With contact­
ors, use freewheel diodes for spark suppression.
We recommend you use semiconductor outputs to switch 24 VDC loads.
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Order reference
10
Order reference
10.1
Product
Product type
Features
Order no.
PNOZ m1p
Base unit
773 100
PNOZ m1p coated ver­
sion
Base unit, coated version
773 105
PNOZ m1p ETH
Base unit, Ethernet interface
773 103
PNOZ m1p ETH coated
version
Base unit, Ethernet interface, coated version
773 104
10.2
Accessories
Product type
Features
Order no.
Set spring terminals
1 set of spring­loaded terminals
783 100
Set screw terminals
1 set of screw terminals
793 100
Product type
Features
Order no.
PNOZmulti bus terminator Terminator
779 110
PNOZmulti bus terminator Terminator, coated version
coated
779 112
KOP­XE
Jumper
774 639
KOP­XE coated
Jumper, coated version
774 640
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