5651730000_SAI-Active_Universal_Manual_V1.pdf

5651730000_SAI-Active_Universal_Manual_V1.pdf
SAI-Active Universal
for PROFIBUS-DP
Manual
Revision history
Revision history
Version
V1.0
2
Date
07/2006
Changes
First edition
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Contents
Contents
1. The SAIs
1.1 SAI
1.2 PROFIBUS-DP
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5
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2. Project planning and SAIs
2.1 Project planning
2.2 Power supply
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3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Mounting SAIs
Mounting dimensions and position
Mounting SAI distributors
Marking
Setting the PROFIBUS address
Dismounting the SAI
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4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Connecting SAI distributors
PROFIBUS / RS-485
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
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5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Commissioning
Device Data Base Files (GSD) and bitmap files
Copying the GSD files to the local directory
Installing the GSD files in Step7
Adding an SAI module using the hardware configurator
Assigning the input and output addresses
Configuring and setting parameters
SAI parameter data
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6.
6.1
6.2
6.3
Diagnostics
LED indicators
Diagnostics telegrams
Evaluating diagnostics data in Step7
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Appendix
Appendix A: Article overview
Appendix B: Drilling template
Appendix C: Converting hexadecimal to decimal
Appendix D: Configuration of DESINA inputs
Appendix E: Configuration of digital connection points
Appendix F: Configuration of analogue inputs
Appendix G: Configuration of analogue outputs
Sources
Index
Glossary
Worldwide activities
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The SAIs
1.
The SAIs
The SAIs
This chapter explains
• The characteristics and operating
principle of SAIs
• PROFIBUS-DP and its master /
slave structure
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1.1 SAI
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1.2 PROFIBUS-DP
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SAI
1.1 SAI
SAI is an acronym derived from Sensor-Actuator-Interface.
Compactly designed, it acts as a distributor and collector of signal lines.
Signals to and from the process in field installations are often
controlled from a central point, for example by a PLC or industrial PC. Typically, the distance between the installation and the
central controls is not inconsiderable. Nor are the resulting costs
for installation and materials for the cabling. The increased susceptibility of the system to interference and errors also needs to
be taken into consideration.
Deploying SAIs has proven successful in these kinds of application environments:
• The signal lines of the peripheral devices are bundled together
at the process in the installation and fed to a bus.
• Signal lines are connected simply and conveniently by means
of Plug and Play
• The controls are at a central point
• The reliability of the data transfer is guaranteed by a bus system
The basic design of an SAI distributor is as follows:
Figure 1: Basic design of an SAI distributor
It comprises the following components:
• An I/O section: to connect the signal lines
• A settings section: to set the PROFIBUS-DP addresses and
insert the jumpers for the different electric potentials
• Bus/power section: to connect and loop through the supply
voltage as well as the fieldbus connection
Weidmüller offers a PROFIBUS-DP distributor in the
following variants:
• M8 16DI with 16 digital inputs
• M8 16DI / 8DO with 8 fixed digital inputs and 8 individually
configurable digital inputs or outputs
• M12 16DI with 16 digital inputs
• M12 16DI / 8DO with 8 fixed digital inputs and 8 individually
configurable inputs or outputs
• M12 AI / AO / DI with 4 analogue inputs, 2 analogue outputs
and 4 digital inputs.
In addition, Weidmüller also offers:
• PROFIBUS-DP network components
• Sensor / valve connector cables
• Plug-in connectors and twin-plugs
• Tools
I/O section
Settings section
Bus/power section
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PROFIBUS-DP
1.2 PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS
PROFIBUS (PROcess Field BUS) is a part of the international
standards IEC 61158 and IEC 61784. As a physical entity,
PROFIBUS is either an electrical network based on a shielded,
two conductor cable or an optical network based on a fibre optics cable. PROFIBUS-DP (DP = Decentralised Periphery) is a
special solution for automating factory production.
System
A typical PROFIBUS-DP system is made up of
• At least one PLC or industrial PC (master) operating as a control system
• Various field devices, such as digital or analogue I/O devices,
AC or DC drives, magnetic or pneumatic valves, frequency
converters, starters, operating and display devices, … (slaves)
GSD files (Device Data Base Files)
The GSD file is the obligatory 'ID card' of each and every
PROFIBUS device. It contains the characteristic data of the device, details about its communication capabilities as well as further information such as diagnostics values.
All GSD files for the SAI Active Universal range of SAI distributors can be downloaded from Weidmüller's website at:
www.weidmueller.com. For more information, please refer to
Chapter 5. Commissioning SAIs
Data transfer
Data exchange within the system is carried out by means of
cyclic polling. The master establishes communications with one
slave at a time, makes data available and/or requests data. The
slave being addressed responds immediately to the request for
data. Once completed, this procedure is repeated with the other
slave devices. This is a continuous cyclic process.
PROFIBUSconfigurator
Konfigurator
PROFIBUS
Programmiergerät
programming
device
System
System configuration
Konfiguration
PLC
SPS controls
Steuerung
www
www
www
www
GSD
files
Elektronische
Gerätedatenblätter (GSD-Dateien)
PROFIBUS-DP
Figure 2: Basic PROFIBUS system configuration
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Project Planning and SAIs
2.
Project planning and SAIs
Project Planning and SAIs
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2.2 Power supply
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Project planning
2.1 Project planning
Planning the bus system
The following steps must be taken into consideration when
designing an installation:
• Location of the machine / plant
• Assignment of the signals to the installation as a logical group
• Selection of the field devices
• Assignment of the signals to the field devices
• Determine where the field devices are to be installed
Criteria for determining the right SAI distributor:
Size of the connectors
Number of poles of
the I/O connections
T-piece
Inputs/outputs
Shielding
Signals
Determine the size of the connectors to suit you application, the design of the sensors or according
to your personal preferences; Weidmüller offers both M12 and M8 variants for purely digital signals
Please consider the sensor/actuator cable to be connected; possible options are 3 or 5 poles
Specifically for 5-pole, M12 sensor connections you can feed two cables to a distributor input by
means of a Y-piece.
Weidmüller has a variety of SAI distributors on offer such as a variant with 16 digital inputs, with
mixed digital inputs/outputs as well as an analogue/digital version (for more information please refer
to Chapter 4: Connecting SAIs)
Shielding by means of metal connectors is necessary for bus connections; we recommend the same
approach for analogue signals to restrict susceptibility to interference
Please consider if you wish to transmit analogue or digital signals
Table 1: Determining the right SAI distributor
For more information, please refer to Appendix A: Article overview, to determine the correct selection of products.
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Power supply
2.2 Power supply
Star or line topology wiring can be used to feed the power
supply.
Example calculation to determine voltage drop in the lines:
Only modules not equipped with digital outputs are suitable for
line topology wiring.
Power is supplied via the plug-in connection AUX IN; power is
fed to the next module via the module connection AUX OUT.
Note:
The maximum current supplied to the first
module must not exceed 2.5 A per power
supply pin. The supply voltage at the last
module must not fall below 18 V DC.
When determining the max. number of modules in series you
should take into consideration the total current of all modules
and the voltage drop in the line.
Voltage drop in the lines:
Line resistance x total length of line x 2
Total current of the modules:
Power consumption modules + total current of the consumers
L1
L2
L3
Figure 3: Voltage drop
Voltage drop up to module 1:
(line resistance x length of line L1 x 2) x current consumption
(module 1 + module 2 + module 3)
Voltage drop from module 1 to module 2
(line resistance x length of line L2 x 2) x current consumption
(module 2 + module 3)
Voltage drop from module 2 to module 3
(line resistance x length of line L3 x 2) x current consumption
(module 3)
Supply voltage to module 3
Input voltage – voltage drop 1 – voltage drop 2 – voltage drop 3
Important:
The power supply to module 3 must be equal to or greater than
18 V DC.
Calculation:
Max. current load per pin –> max. number of input modules
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Mounting SAIs
3.
Mounting SAIs
Mounting SAIs
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3.1 Mounting dimensions and position
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3.2 Mounting SAI distributors
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3.3 Marking
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3.4 Setting the PROFIBUS address
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3.5 Dismounting the SAI
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Mounting dimensions and position
3.1 Mounting dimensions and position
Mounting position versatility is a feature of SAI distributors.
There are no restrictions with regard to their position when being
mounted: vertical, horizontal, on their side, overhead …
However, to ensure that the LEDs can be seen, we recommend
that – where possible – the modules are not mounted on their
side or overhead. Our SAIs can be mounted side-by-side.
Please observe that a given distance to the adjacent module
may be required when using custom assembly and angled connectors.
The mounting dimensions of our SAI distributors are 210 x 54
mm. For information about the fixing dimensions, please refer to
Appendix B: Drilling template.
Figure 4: Dimensions: SAI Active Universal
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Mounting SAI distributors
3.2 Mounting SAI distributors
Mounting
To mount the SAI distributor, select a firm and level surface.
Pre-drill the mounting holes (for more information, please refer
to Appendix B: Drilling template). Hold the distributor above the
mounting holes and fix it in positions with screws.
Please use a spring washer if the SAI distributor is to be used in
an environment where the loads are subject to increased shock
and vibration. Please refer also to Figure 5: Mounting an SAI distributor.
PROFIBUS guidelines
Please observe the PROFIBUS guidelines: Installation Guideline
for PROFIBUS-DP/FMS.
Figure 5: Mounting an SAI distributor
Warning
Isolate the system from the power supply
before connecting the power supply
connector or inserting or removing jumpers.
Torques
Observe the following torques:
M8 plug-in connectors
0.6 Nm
M8 protective cap
0.4 Nm
M12 plug-in connectors
0.8 Nm
M12 protective cap
0.8 Nm
Screw for peak window
0.5 Nm
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Functional earth (FE)
The functional earth is the earthing of equipment to its surroundings. Contrary to the protective earth (PE) the FE does not primarily serve to protect equipment or persons, but to discharge
electrostatic charges, shield connections etc.
Caution: EMC
Electromagnetic pulses affect cabling and the
distributor during operations.
Flawed signals and false data can result.
SAI distributors from the SAI Active Universal series are
equipped with an FE connection integrated at the mounting hole
in the bus/power section. Use this connection and fix the distributor directly to a conductive surface or attach a short, low
impedance FE cable to the fixing screw by means of a cable
lug.
Please refer to Figure 6: Functional earth 'FE' connection
Important: Do not use a PE conductor for the FE connection.
Figure 6: Functional earth 'FE' connection
Requisite accessories / DIN components
2 socket-head cap screw M4 x 30
We recommend cylinder head studs with hexagon-socket or
Torx type.
Tools
Allen key or Torx screwdriver appropriate to the screw you
choose.
For more information, please refer to Appendix A: Article
overview - Tools.
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Marking
3.3 Marking
20 transparent markers in a MultiCard frame are included in the
range of supply of the SAI distributors. These allow you to individually mark the I/O connections as well as the distributor. Either two normal or one longer marker can be used to specifically mark the distributor. Please refer to the following graphic
Figure 7: Attaching the markers.
Weidmüller has various printers and plotters on offer to achieve
professional printing results. For advice and a demonstration,
please contact your Weidmüller contact partner.
For rapid on-site marking results by hand, we recommend our
fibre pen STI-S (please refer to Appendix A: Article overview).
Figure 7: Attaching markers
Please note that you should not stick markers on top of one another; nor should you use coloured markers so as not to obscure the LEDs below them.
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Setting the PROFIBUS address
3.4 Setting the PROFIBUS address
PROFIBUS address
With the PROFIBUS address you determine at which address
your SAI distributor will be identified on PROFIBUS-DP.
Example: to set the PROFIBUS-DP address 93, turn the lefthand rotary coding switch to position 5 and the right-hand rotary coding switch to position D.
Setting
Set the PROFIBUS-DP address for the SAI distributor in the settings section of the distributor. Use a flat-bladed screwdriver to
adjust the rotary switch.
Note
Each address must be allocated only once on
PROFIBUS-DP. The PROFIBUS address that
you set must match the PROFIBUS address
for this distributor set in the project configura-
Tools
2.5-mm flat-bladed screwdriver (please refer to Appendix A: Article overview)
tion software.
If you alter a PROFIBUS address during operations you will have
to disconnect the power supply and then restart the system to
enable the master to recognise the change.
Address / hexadecimal code
Please note that PROFIBUS-DP allows a maximum of 126 possible addresses. The addresses 1 to 125 are defined. Please
note: the address 126 is used for configuration purposes and
the addresses 01 and 02 are retained for the PROFIBUS master.
The distributor address is set in hexadecimal code by means of
two rotary coding switches. To do so, you will have to convert
the decimal address to hexadecimal or, for the sake of simplicity, you could make use of the table below.
Dez
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Hex
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Dez
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Hex
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
Dez
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
Hex
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
Dez
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Hex
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
Dez
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
Hex
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
Table 2: Code conversion decimal < - > hexadecimal
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Dismounting the SAI
3.5 Dismounting the SAI
Caution
No immediate damage will occur to the device
if you dismount an SAI distributor when the
system is operating.
However, the disruption to PROFIBUS will
place the rest of the plant in an uncontrolled state. This can lead
to indirect damage. For this reason, we strongly recommend
that you isolate the system from the power supply before dismounting a distributor.
Warning
Do not plug or pull plug-in connectors for
the power supply or jumpers when
power is applied to the system.
Dismounting
• Isolate the system from the power supply
• Disconnect the connections to the power supply on the SAI
distributor
• Disconnect the PROFIBUS connections on the SAI distributor
• Disconnect the I/O connections
• Dismount the distributor by undoing the fixing screws
Tools
Allen key or Torx screwdriver appropriate to the screw you
choose.
For more information, please refer to Appendix A: Article
overview - Tools.
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4.
Connecting SAI distributors
Connecting SAI distributors
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4.1 PROFIBUS / RS-485
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4.2 SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
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4.3 SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
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4.4 SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
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4.5 SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
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4.6 SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
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PROFIBUS/RS-485
4.1 PROFIBUS/RS-485
PROFIBUS is a universal, open digital communication system
providing solutions for a wide spectrum of applications – first
and foremost in production and process automation. As well as
supporting complex communications tasks PROFIBUS is also a
suitable solution for fast and time-critical applications.
PROFIBUS communication is anchored in the international standards IEC 61158 and IEC 61784.
The criteria for its use and planning are defined in the openly accessible guidelines available from the PROFIBUS User‘s Organisation (PUO).
These guidelines fulfil the demands on the part of the users for
multi-vendor and open solutions. That guarantees the communication between devices of different vendors – without having
to modify the devices.
For further information, please visit www.profibus.com.
Connection
The following section is based on the product series SAI Active
Universal with ROFIBUS connection.
Note
For the bus cable, select cable type A in accordance with IEC 61158. The PROFIBUS connection
is made using a 5-pole M12 male connector (Bus IN) and a 5pole M12 female connetor (Bus OUT). Both connections are B
coded. Use the 'Bus In' connection to feed in signals and 'Bus
Out' to route these forward.
In the SAI, male and female connectors are conductively connected. That enables the PROFIBUS to be routed from SAI to
SAI without the need for spur lines.
Note
It is possible to connect the SAI distributors by
means of a spur line for low transmission rates up
to 1500 kBit/s. The total length of the spur line must not exceed
6.6 meters.
The spur lines should be kept as short as possible. Avoid the
use of spur lines for baud rates > 1500 kBit/s.
Module connection from Bus IN
Module connection from Bus OUT
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
Pin assignment B
Pin assignment Pin 1: +5 V DC
Pin 2: Data A (green conductor strand)
connected to Bus OUT, pin 2
2
1
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Data B (red conductor strand)
4
3
connected to Bus OUT, pin 4
5
Pin 5: Shield
Contact system M12 female connector, 5-pole
Pin assignment B
Pin assignment Pin 1: +5 V DC
Pin 2: Data A (green conductor strand)
connected to Bus IN, pin 2
2
1
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Data B (red conductor strand)
4
3
connected to Bus IN, pin 4
5
Pin 5: Shield
Table 3: Contact assignment of the PROFIBUS connector
Table 4: Contact assignment of the PROFIBUS female connector
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Bus termination
A reference voltage of 5 V DC is applied to both bus terminals.
This voltage is isolated from the internal system voltage and is
applied exclusively to supply an external bus connection with
power. Install the terminations at the physical beginning and end
according to the PROFIBUS standard EN 50170 applying the
following values:
Note
It is only possible to set the bus address in the
address section of the SAI. Any alterations made
to the bus address during operations will be recognised and
adopted following the next reset (turning the power supply off
and on). The bus address for the SAI is set ex-works to 03.
A table is available in the Appendix to aid conversion of decimal
to hexadecimal addresses.
PIN 1: + 5V
390 Ω
PIN 4: Data B
220 Ω
PIN 2: Data A
390 Ω
PIN 3: GND
Figure 8: Bus termination wiring
Accessories:
Terminating resistor connector, PROFIBUS-DP in M12 connector
Type:
SAIEND PM M12 5P B-COD
1
QTY.:
Order No.: 1784770000
Setting the transmission rate
The SAI recognises and adopts the transmission speed being
operated on the bus. Any change to the transmission speed on
the bus will equally be recognised and adopted.
SAI distributors support all conventional baud rates.
Figure 9: Address switch
PROFIBUS – setting the address
Two rotary switches in the address section of the SAI are used
to make appropriate address settings. Settings are made in
hexadicimal code from 00H to 7EH which correspond to the
decimal values from 0 to 126 (please refer to Table 2: Code
conversion decimal < - > hexadecimal on page 14).
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Technical data
Fieldbus interface
Protocol
GSD file
Transmission
Transmission medium
Separation of potentials
Voltage proof
Baud rates
Number of nodes
Bus address range
Setting the bus address
PROFIBUS-DP V0
to DIN EN 61158,
certified by PUO
PROFIBUS IEC 61158
Device-specific for each module
RS485
Twisted pair
Yes, to module electronics
500 V DC
9.6, 19.2, 45.45, 93.75, 187.5,
500, 1500, 3000, 6000,
12000 kBit/s
Is set automatically
Max. 32 in a segment;
max. 127 with repeater
0 to 126; recommended 2 to 125
By means of two rotary coding
switches; coding: hexadecimal
Table 5: Technical data PROFIBUS
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SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
4.2 SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
The SAI distributor Active Universal is equipped with the functionality of a decentralised I/O system. Each distributor is
equipped with module-specific actuator/sensor functions and a
fieldbus interface. To facilitate their use in difficult environments,
the modules combine the entire electronics in a water- and
dust-proof protective housing.
The SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI is designed to connect 16 digital
sensors via sixteen M8 plug-in connectors.
LEDs:
BF
UI1
UI2
UL
LED DI15 (PIN 4)
LED DI16 (PIN 4)
LED DI7 (PIN 4)
LED DI8 (PIN 4)
LED DI13 (PIN 4)
LED DI14 (PIN 4)
LED DI5 (PIN 4)
LED DI6 (PIN 4)
LED DI11 (PIN 4)
LED DI12 (PIN 4)
LED DI3 (PIN 4)
LED DI4 (PIN 4)
LED DI9 (PIN 4)
LED DI10 (PIN 4)
LED DI1 (PIN 4)
LED DI2 (PIN 4)
LED
LED
BFBF
Notbestückt
fitted
Nicht
Notbestückt
fitted
Nicht
LED
UI1
LED
UI1
LED
UI2
LED
UI2
Notbestückt
fitted
Nicht
Notbestückt
fitted
Nicht
DI1 to DI16
Connections:
AUX IN
AUX OUT
PROFIBUS status indicator
Supply voltage UI1
Supplies the module and the plug-in
connections DI1, DI3, DI5, DI7, DI9,
DI11, DI13 and DI15
Supply voltage UI2
Supplies the plug-in connections
DI2, DI4, DI6, DI8, DI10, DI12, DI14
and DI16
Power supply to module
Address section illumination
Digital inputs
Supply voltage UI1 and UI2
Feed through supply voltage UI1
and UI2
PROFIBUS input
PROFIBUS feed through
16 inputs
BUS IN
BUS OUT
1 to 16
Rotary switch:
X1
PROFIBUS address low Byte
X10
PROFIBUS address high Byte
Plug-in jumper position:
J1
Jumper for the voltages
UI1 and UI2
LED
LEDUL
UL
(Address
section illumination)
(Adressraumbeleuchtung)
Table 6: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Figure 10: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
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Connection of supply voltage
The power supply is 24 V DC in accordance with EN 61131–2;
the permissible range is 18 to 30 V DC. The distributor is designed to offer protection against polarity reversal.
Note
The power supply is connected via a 5-pole
A-coded M12 male connector and a 5-pole, Acoded M12 female connector. Use the 'AUX In' connection to
feed in the power supply and 'AUX Out' to feed it forward. Both
power supplies share a common earth and are not electrically
isolated.
Module connection from AUX-IN
Module connection from AUX-OUT
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
Coding
A
Pin assignment Pin 1:
+24 V DC UI1
connected to AUX OUT, pin 1
Pin 2:
+24 V DC UI2
2
1
connected to AUX OUT, pin 2
Pin 3:
GND
4
3
Pin 4:
GND
5
Pin 5:
PE
Table 7: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Contact system
Coding
Pin assignment
2
1
4
3
5
M12 female connector, 5-pole
A
Pin 1: +24 V DC UI1
connected to AUX IN, pin 1
Pin 2: +24 V DC UI2
connected to AUX IN, pin 2
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: GND
Pin 5: PE
Table 8: Contact assignment of the female power supply
connector
The power rating per pin is max. 2.5 A. Both circuits supply the plug-in connections DI1 to DI16 and the module electronics as follows:
• UI1: supply voltage for 1 sensor at pin 1 from the plug-in connections 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 as well as the module electronics
• UI2: supply voltage for 1 sensor at pin 1 from the plug-in connections 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16
Both voltages can be bridged at the plug-in jumper position using a jumper. The module will then be supplied from only one voltage
source.
Plug-in jumper position J1
2
1
3
1
Jumper options
2 – 1* Bridge voltage
UI2 and UI1
1 – 1 Jumper park position
all other combinations are not
possible as pin 3 of this module
has no function.
* Factory setting
Table 9: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
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Optical indicators
The status of a digital input is indicated by means of a yellow/red
LED.
Connection of digital input
Connection for one digital input
Contact system
Pin assignment
M8 female connector, 3-pole
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Input
LED IN: 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4,
1.5, 1.6, 1.7:
• Yellow: status of digital input from pin 4
• Red: short-circuit at 24 V DC sensor voltage pin 1
LED UI1:
• Green: voltage 1 > 18 V DC
• Red: voltage 1 < 18 V DC
Table 10: Contact assignment of the digital input
LED UI2:
• Green: voltage 2 > 18 V DC
• Red: voltage 2 < 18 V DC
Block diagram of digital input
Input configuration pin 4 from each M8 female connector:
PINPIN
4 or4 PIN
oder2PIN 2
1 oder
InputEingang
1 or
Eingang
input 2 2 / DESINA
LED
PIN 3
GND
Figure 12: View of I/O connections M8 16DI
Figure 11: Block diagram of the digital input
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Technical data
Supply voltage
Limit values
Contact load rating per pin
Reverse polarity protection
Current consumption, module
Digital inputs
Plug-in connections
Grouping
Permissible input voltage
Input level Low
Input level High
Input current Low
Input current High
Input filter
Separation of potentials to the module electronics
Indication elements
General technical data
Ambient temperature, operative
Ambient temperature, storage
Protection class
Ident. number
Device Data Base File (GSD)
Dimensions
Weight
Article order number
Article designation
24 V DC
18 V DC to 30 V DC
2.5 A
Yes
ca. 70 mA
16 channels
DI1, DI2, DI3, DI4, DI5, DI6, DI7, DI8, DI9, DI10,
DI11, DI12, DI13, DI14, DI15 and DI16
Two groups for eight channels respectively with common earth
–30 V DC to +30 V DC (protected against polarity reversal)
< 5 V DC to EN 61131-2 Type 1
> 15 V DC to EN 61131-2 Type 1
< 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
2 mA to 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
3 ms
None
One yellow/red error/status LED per channel
0 to +60 °C to EN 61131-2
–25 to +85 °C to EN 61131-2
IP65 / IP67
09D5
WIAU09D5.GSD
L x B x H, 210 x 54 x 32 mm
340 g
1906550000
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Table 11: Technical data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
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4.3 SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
The SAI distributor Active Universal is equipped with the functionality of a decentralised I/O system. Each distributor is
equipped with module-specific actuator/sensor functions and a
fieldbus interface. To facilitate their use in difficult environments,
the modules combine the entire electronics in a water- and
dust-proof protective housing.
The module SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO is designed to connect
16 digital sensors. Alternatively, up to eight channels can be
used as outputs. Of these, six outputs are designed for a load
current of 0.5 A and two outputs for a load current of 2 A.
Sixteen M8 plug-in connectors link the signals.
LEDs:
BF
UI
UQ1
UQ2
UQ3
UL
IO1 to IO16
Connections:
AUX IN1
AUX IN2
BUS IN
BUS OUT
1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10,
13 and 14
LED BF
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UI1
LED UQ1
LED UQ2
LED UQ3
LED UL
(Address section illumination)
PROFIBUS status indicator
Supply voltage UI1
Power supply to the module and
the inputs
Supply voltage UQ1
Power supply to the outputs
Plug-in connection 1 and 2
Supply voltage UQ2
Power supply to the outputs
Plug-in connection 5 and 6
Supply voltage UQ3
Power supply to the outputs
Plug-in connection 9, 10, 13 and 14
Power supply to module
address section illumination
Digital inputs and
digital outputs
Supply voltage UI and UQ1
Supply voltage UQ2 and UQ3
PROFIBUS input
PROFIBUS feed through
One digital input respectively, or
one digital output
3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12,
15 and 16
One digital input respectively
Rotary switch:
PROFIBUS address low Byte
X1
X10
PROFIBUS address high Byte
Plug-in jumper position:
J1
Jumper for the voltages
UQ1, UQ2 and UQ3
Table 12: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Figure 13: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
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Connection of supply voltage
The power supply is 24 V DC in accordance with EN 61131–2;
the permissible range is 18 to 30 V DC. The distributor is designed to offer protection against polarity reversal.
The supply voltage is connected via two 5-pole, A-coded M12
connectors.
Note
Both power supplies share a common earth and
are not electrically isolated.
Module connection from AUX-IN1
Module connection from AUX-IN2
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
Coding
A
Pin assignment Pin 1: +24 V DC UI
Pin 2: +24 V DC UQ1
Pin 3: GND
2
1
Pin 4: GND
Pin 5: PE
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
A
Coding
Pin assignment Pin 1: +24 V DC UQ2
Pin 2: +24 V DC UQ3
Pin 3: GND
2
1
Pin 4: GND
Pin 5: PE
4
3
4
3
5
5
Table 13: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 14: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
The maximum current carrying capacity per M12 pin is 2.5 A – the total current per module 8 A. The four circuits feed the three output circuits, the sensor supplies and module electronics as follows:
• Voltage UI: 16 sensors at pin 1 from plug-in connections 1 to 16 and module supply
• Voltage UQ1: one output driver with 0.5 A at plug-in connection 1 and one output driver with 2.0 A at plug-in connection 2
• Voltage UQ2: one output driver with 0.5 A at plug-in connection 5 and one output driver with 2.0 A at plug-in connection 6
• Voltage UQ3: four output drivers with 0.5 A at plug-in connections 9, 10, 13 and 14
The three voltages for the output drivers can be bridged together using jumpers at a plug-in jumper position.
Plug-in jumper position J1 Jumper options
2–1
2
1
3
1
Bridge voltage
UQ1 and UQ2
Bridge voltage
3–1
UQ1 and UQ3
2 – 1* and Bridge voltage
UQ1, UQ2 and UQ3
3 – 1*
2–3
Bridge voltage
UQ2 and UQ3
* Factory setting
Table 15: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
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Connection of the digital input
The sixteen input plug-in connections provide a joint power supply to the sensors through the voltage U1.
Connection for one digital input.
Contact system
Pin assignment
Note
The power supply to the sensors shares a common
earth with the supplies to the output drives; therefore, these are not electrically isolated.
M8 female connector, 3-pole
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Input (output)
Table 16: Contact assignment of the digital inputs
Block diagram of digital input
Input configuration pin 4 from each M8 female connector:
PINPIN
4 or4 PIN
oder2PIN 2
1 oder
InputEingang
1 or
Eingang
input 2 2 / DESINA
LED
PIN 3
GND
Figure 14: Block diagram of the digital input
Connection of the digital outputs
Connection of one digital output respectively
Contact system
Pin assignment
M8 female connector, 3-pole
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: input/output
Note
The power supplies to the output drives share a
common earth with the power supply to the sensors; therefore, these are not electrically isolated.
Table 17: Connection of digital outputs
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Block diagram of digital output
Output
section
Ausgangsbereich
UQ
PIN 44
PIN
Input 11
Eingang
or output
oder Ausgang
LED
PIN 3
GND
Input section
Eingangsbereich
Figure 15: Block diagram of the digital outputs
Figure 16: Assignment of 0.5 A and 2 A outputs
Optical indicators
The status of each plug-in connection with one digital input is indicated by means of one dual-coloured yellow/red LED.
LED I/O: 1, 2, 5, 6, 9,10,13 and 14:
• Yellow: status of digital input or digital output from pin 4
• Red: short-circuit of 24 V DC sensor voltage pin 1 or short-circuit at the output on pin 4
LED UI:
• Green: voltage 1 > 18 V DC
• Red: voltage 1 < 18 V DC
LEDs UQ1, UQ2, UQ3:
• Green: voltage > 18 V DC or
• Red: voltage < 18 V DC
LED I/O: 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15 and 16
Figure 17: View of I/O connections M8 16DI/8DO
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Technical data
Supply voltage
Limit values
Contact load rating per pin
Reverse polarity protection
Current consumption, module
Digital inputs
Plug-in connections
Grouping
Permissible input voltage
Input level Low
Input level High
Input current Low
Input current High
Input filter
Indication elements
Digital outputs
Plug-in connections with 0.5 A
Plug-in connections with 2 A
Grouping
Driver type
Total current
Total current
Total current
Total current
Output voltage Low
Output voltage High
Switching capacity, resistive load
Switching capacity, inductive load
Switching capacity, lamp load
Short-circuit proof
Short-circuit current
Short-circuit current
Separation of potentials to the module electronics
Indication elements
General technical data
Ambient temperature, operative
Ambient temperature, storage
Protection class
Dimensions
Weight
Ident. number
Device Data Base File (GSD)
Article order number
Article designation
24 V DC
18 V DC to 30 V DC
2.5 A
Yes
ca. 70 mA
16 channels
1 to 16
One group for 16 channels with common earth
–30 V to +30 V (protected against polarity reversal)
< 5 V to EN 61131-2 Type 1
> 15 V to EN 61131-2 Type 1
< 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
2 mA to 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
3 ms
One yellow/red error/status LED per channel
8 channels, 2 channels 2A, 6 channels 0,5 A
I/O1, I/O5, I/O9, I/O10, I/O13 and I/O14
I/O2, I/O6
One group for 8 channels with common earth
Highside
UQ1: I/O1 and I/O2 2.5 A
UQ2: I/O5 and I/O6 2.5 A
UQ3: I/O9, I/O10, I/O13 and I/O14 2A
Module 8 A
0V
UQ minus the on-state voltage of the damping diode
Max. 100 Hz
Max. 1 Hz
Max. 8 Hz
Yes, switch-off in case of short-circuit and error message
At 25 °C 1.4 A at 0.5 A outputs
At 25 °C 5.6 A at 2.0 A outputs
None
One yellow/red error/status LED per channel
0 to +60 °C to EN 61131-2
–25 to +85 °C to EN 61131-2
IP65 / IP67
L x B x H, 210 x 54 x 32 mm
340 g
09D4H
WIAU09D4.GSD
1906640000
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 18: Technical data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
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4.4 SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
The SAI distributor Active Universal is equipped with the functionality of a decentralised I/O system. Each distributor is
equipped with module-specific actuator/sensor functions and a
fieldbus interface. To facilitate their use in difficult environments,
the modules combine the entire electronics in a water- and
dust-proof protective housing.
The SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI is designed to connect 16 digital
sensors via eight M12 plug-in connectors.
LEDs:
BF
UI1
UI2
UL
LED DI15 (PIN 2)
LED DI16 (PIN 2)
LED DI7 (PIN 4)
LED DI8 (PIN 4)
LED DI13 (PIN 2)
LED DI14 (PIN 2)
LED DI5 (PIN 4)
LED DI6 (PIN 4)
LED DI11 (PIN 2)
LED DI12 (PIN 2)
LED DI3 (PIN 4)
LED DI4 (PIN 4)
LED DI9 (PIN 2)
LED DI10 (PIN 2)
LED DI1 (PIN 4)
LED DI2 (PIN 4)
LED
LED
BFBF
Notbestückt
fitted
Nicht
Not
fitted
Nicht bestückt
LED
LED
UI1UI1
LED
LED
UI2UI2
Notbestückt
fitted
Nicht
Not
fitted
Nicht bestückt
DI1 to DI16
Connections:
AUX IN
AUX OUT
BUS IN
BUS OUT
1 to 8
PROFIBUS status indicator
Supply voltage UI1
Supplies the module and the plug-in
stations DI1, DI3, DI5 and DI7
Supply voltage UI2
Supplies the plug-in connections
DI2, DI4, DI6 and DI8
Power supply to module
address section illumination
Digital inputs
Supply voltage UI1 and UI2
Feed through supply voltage UI1
and UI2
PROFIBUS input
PROFIBUS feed through
16 inputs, alternatively 8 DESINA
Diagnostics input
Rotary switch:
X1
PROFIBUS address low byte
X10
PROFIBUS address high byte
Plug-in jumper position:
J1
Jumper for the voltages UI1 and UI2
Table 19: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
LED
LEDULUL
(Address
section illumination)
(Adressraumbeleuchtung)
Figure 18: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
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Connection of supply voltage
The power supply is 24 V DC in accordance with EN 61131–2;
the permissible range is 18 to 30 V DC. The distributor is designed to offer protection against polarity reversal.
Note
The power supply is connected via a 5-pole
A-coded M12 male connector and a 5-pole, Acoded M12 female connector. Use the 'AUX In' connection to
feed in the power supply and 'Bus Out' to feed it forward. Both
power supplies share a common earth and are not electrically
isolated.
Module connection from AUX IN
Module connection from AUX OUT
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
Coding
A
Pin assignment Pin 1: +2+24 V DC UI1
connected to AUX OUT, pin 1
Pin 2: +24 V DC UI2
2
1
connected to AUX OUT, pin 2
Pin 3: GND
4
3
Pin 4: GND
5
Pin 5: PE
Contact system M12 female connector, 5-pole
A
Coding
Pin assignment Pin 1: +24 V DC UI1
connected to AUX IN, pin 1
Pin 2: +24 V DC UI2
2
1
connected to AUX IN, pin 2
Pin 3: GND
4
3
Pin 4: GND
5
Pin 5: PE
Table 20: Contact assignment of the male power supply
connector
Table 21: Contact assignment of the female power supply
connector
The power rating per pin is max. 2.5 A. Both circuits supply the plug-in connections DI1 to DI8 and the module electronics as follows:
• UI1: supply voltage for two sensors respectively at pin 1 from the plug-in connections 1, 3, 5 and 7 as well as the module electronics
• UI2: supply voltage for two sensors respectively at pin 1 from the plug-in connections 2, 4, 6 and 8
Both voltages can be bridged at the plug-in jumper position using a jumper. The module will then be supplied from only one voltage
source.
Plug-in jumper position J1
2
1
3
1
Jumper options
2 – 1* Bridge voltage
UI2 and UI1
1 – 1 Jumper park position
all other combinations are not
possible as pin 3 of this module
has no function.
* Factory setting
Table 22: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
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Connection of digital inputs
Connection for two digital inputs or for a digital input with
diagnostics input to DESINA specifications
Contact system
Coding
Pin assignment
2
1
4
3
M12 female connector, 5-pole
A
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 2: Input 2 or diagnostics input
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Input 1
Pin 5: PE
5
Table 23: Contact assignment of the digital inputs
Block diagram of digital input
Input configuration pins 4 and 2 from each M12 female connector:
PINPIN
4 or4 PIN
oder2PIN 2
1 oder
InputEingang
1 or
Eingang
/ DESINA
input 2 / 2DESINA
LED
PIN 3
GND
Figure 19: Block diagram of the digital input
DESINA
DESINA is an abbreviation of DistributEd and Standardised
INstAllation technology for machine tools and manufacturing
systems. DESINA describes the specification for standardising
the electric, hydraulic and pneumatic installation of automated
machine tools and manufacturing systems.
For further information, please visit www.desina.de.
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Connection of sensors with diagnostics outputs in accordance with DESINA specifications
Sensor output
Sensorausgang
DESINA sensor
diagnostics
DESINA
Sensor-Diagnose
24 V DC sensor power
Sensor-Versorgung
24supply
V DC
0V
Sensor cable
Sensor-Kabel
Sensor
diagnostics
Sensorwith
mit DESINA
DESINA-Diagnose
Digital sensor
signal
digitales
Sensorsignal
4
Diagnogstics
NC
Diagnose Öffner
2
24 V DC
1
0V
3
M12
SAI
M12socket
Buchse
SAI
5
Figure 20: Sensors with DESINA
Depending on the type of sensor, the DESINA diagnostics functionality senses and reports wire breaks, connector interface damage and defects in the electronics.
Connection of sensors with monitoring for wire breakage
Sensor output
Sensorausgang
DESINA
diagnostics
DESINAsensor
Sensor-Diagnose
24 V DC sensor power
Sensor-Versorgung
24supply
V DC
0V
Sensor cable
Sensor-Kabel
Sensor
without
diagnostics
Sensor
ohneDESINA
DESINA-Diagnose
Digital sensor
signal
digitales
Sensorsignal
4
Diagnogstics
NC
Diagnose Öffner
2
24 V DC
1
0V
3
M12
M12 socket
BuchseSAI
SAI
5
Adapter
Figure 21: Sensors with monitoring
It is possible to monitor the sensor cable for breakage by bridging the 24 V DC power supply and the diagnostics input to DESINA
specifications in a plug adapter.
Optical indicators
The status of each plug-in connection with two digital inputs or
with a digital input and a diagnostics input to DESINA specifications is indicated by means of two yellow/red LEDs.
LED UI1:
• Green: Voltage 1 > 18 V DC
• Red: Voltage 1 < 18 V DC
LED IN1: 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7
• Yellow: status of digital input from pin 4
• Red: short-circuit at 24 V DC sensor voltage pin 1
LED UI2:
• Green: Voltage 2 > 18 V DC
• Red: Voltage 2 < 18 V DC
LED IN2: 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7
• Yellow: status of digital input or DESINA input from pin 2
• Red: short-circuit at 24 V DC of the sensor voltage pin 1 or
error indication at the DESINA input
Figure 22: View of I/O connections M12 16DI
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Technical data
Supply voltage
Limit values
Contact load rating per pin
Reverse polarity protection
Current consumption, module
Digital inputs
Plug-in connections
Grouping
Permissible input voltage
Input level Low
Input level High
Input current Low
Input current High
Input filter
Separation of potentials to the module electronics
Indication elements
General technical data
Ambient temperature, operative
Ambient temperature, storage
Protection class
Ident. number
Device Data Base File (GSD)
Dimensions
Weight
Article order number
Article designation
24 V DC
18 V DC to 30 V DC
2.5 A
Yes
ca. 70 mA
16 channels
DI1, DI2, DI3, DI4, DI5, DI6, DI7 and DI8
Two groups for eight channels respectively with common earth
–30 V DC to +30 V DC (protected against polarity reversal)
< 5 V DC to EN 61131-2 Type 1
> 15 V DC to EN 61131-2 Type 1
< 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
2 mA to 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
3 ms
None
One yellow/red error/status LED per channel
0 to +60 °C to EN 61131-2
–25 to +85 °C to EN 61131-2
IP65 / IP67
09D3
WIAU09D3.GSD
L x W x H, 210 x 54 x 32 mm
340 g
1890020000
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
Table 24: Technical data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
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4.5 SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
The SAI distributor Active Universal is equipped with the functionality of a decentralised I/O system. Each distributor is
equipped with module-specific actuator/sensor functions and a
fieldbus interface. To facilitate their use in difficult environments,
the modules combine the entire electronics in a water- and
dust-proof protective housing.
The module SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO is designed to connect
16 digital sensors. Alternatively, up to eight channels can be
used as outputs. Of these, six outputs are designed for a load
current of 0.5 A and two outputs for a load current of 2 A.
Eight M12 plug-in connectors link the signals.
LEDs:
BF
UI
UQ1
UQ2
UQ3
UL
IO1 to IO16
Connections:
AUX IN1
AUX IN2
BUS IN
BUS OUT
1 to 8
LED BF
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UI1
LED UQ1
LED UQ2
LED UQ3
LED UL
(Address section illumination)
PROFIBUS status indicator
Supply voltage UI
Power supply to the module and
the inputs
Supply voltage UQ1
Power supply to the outputs 0.0
and 0.1
Supply voltage UQ2
Power supply to the outputs 0.2
and 0.3
Supply voltage UQ3
Power supply to the outputs 0.4
to 0.7
Power supply to module,
address section illumination
Digital inputs and
digital outputs
Supply voltage UI and UQ1
Supply voltage UQ2 and UQ3
PROFIBUS input
PROFIBUS feed through
Two digital inputs respectively or
one digital input and one DESINA
Diagnostics input or one digital
output and one digital input
Rotary switch:
X1
PROFIBUS address low byte
PROFIBUS address high byte
X10
Plug-in jumper position:
J1
Jumper for voltage
UQ1, UQ2 and UQ3
Table 25: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Figure 23: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
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Connection of the supply voltage
The power supply is 24 V DC in accordance with EN 61131–2;
the permissible range is 18 to 30 V DC. The distributor is designed to offer protection against polarity reversal.
The supply voltage is connected via two 5-pole, A-coded M12
connectors.
Note
Both power supplies share a common earth and
are not electrically isolated.
Module connection from AUX IN1
Module connection from AUX IN2
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
Coding
A
Pin assignment Pin 1: +24 V DC UI
Pin 2: +24 V DC UQ1
2
1 Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: GND
Pin 5: PE
4
3
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
Coding
A
Pin assignment Pin 1: +24 V DC UQ2
Pin 2: +24 V DC UQ3
2
1 Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: GND
Pin
5: PE
4
3
5
5
Table 26: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 27: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
The maximum current carrying capacity per M12 pin is 2.5 A – the total current per module 8 A. The four circuits feed the three output circuits, the sensor supplies and module electronics as follows:
16 sensors at pin 1 from plug-in connections 1 to 8 and module supply
• Voltage UI:
one output driver with 0.5 A to 0.0 and one output driver with 2.0 A to 0.1
• Voltage UQ1:
• Voltage UQ2:
one output driver with 0.5 A to 0.2 and one output driver with 2.0 A to 0.3
four output drivers with 0.5 to 0.4, 0.5, 0.6 and 0.7
• Voltage UQ3:
The three voltages for the output drivers can be bridged together using jumpers at a plug-in jumper position.
Plug-in jumper position J1 Jumper options
2
1
3
1
Bridge voltage
UQ1 and UQ2
3–1
Bridge voltage
UQ1 and UQ3
2 – 1* and Bridge voltage
3 – 1*
UQ1, UQ2 and UQ3
2–3
Bridge voltage
UQ2 and UQ3
2–1
* Factory setting
Table 28: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
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Connection of the digital inputs
Connection for two digital inputs or for a digital input with
diagnostics input to DESINA specifications.
Contact system
Coding
Pin assignment
2
1
4
3
M12 female connector, 5-pole
A
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 2: Input 2 or diagnostics input
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Input 1/output
Pin 5: PE
The eight input plug-in connections provide a joint power supply
to the sensors through the voltage UI.
Note
The power supply to the sensors shares a common
earth with the supplies to the output drives; therefore, these are not electrically isolated.
5
Table 29: Contact assignment of the digital inputs
Block diagram of digital input
Input configuration pins 4 and 2 from each M12 female connector:
PINPIN
4 or4 PIN
oder2PIN 2
1 oder
InputEingang
1 or
Eingang
/ DESINA
input
2 / 2DESINA
LED
PIN 3
GND
Figure 24: Block diagram of the digital input
DESINA
DESINA is an abbreviation of DistributEd and Standardised
INstAllation technology for machine tools and manufacturing
systems. DESINA describes the specification for standardising
the electric, hydraulic and pneumatic installation of automated
machine tools and manufacturing systems.
For further information, please visit www.desina.de.
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Connection of sensors with diagnostics outputs in accordance with DESINA specifications
Sensor output
Sensorausgang
DESINA sensor
diagnostics
DESINA
Sensor-Diagnose
24 V DC sensor power
Sensor-Versorgung
24supply
V DC
0V
Digital
sensor
signal
digitales
Sensorsignal
4
Diagnogstics
NC
Diagnose Öffner
2
24 V DC
1
0V
3
M12
SAI
M12socket
Buchse
SAI
5
Sensor cable
Sensor-Kabel
Sensor
diagnostics
Sensorwith
mit DESINA
DESINA-Diagnose
Figure 25: Sensors with DESINA
The DESINA diagnostics functionality senses and reports wire breaks, connector interface damage and defects in the electronics.
Connection of sensors with monitoring for wire breakage
Sensor output
Sensorausgang
DESINA sensor
diagnostics
DESINA
Sensor-Diagnose
24 V DC sensor power
Sensor-Versorgung
24 supply
V DC
0V
Sensor
cable
Sensor-Kabel
Sensor
DESINA diagnostics
Sensorwithout
ohne DESINA-Diagnose
Digital
sensor
signal
digitales
Sensorsignal
4
Diagnogstics
NC
Diagnose Öffner
2
24 V DC
1
0V
3
M12
SAI
M12socket
Buchse
SAI
5
Adapter
Figure 26: Sensors with monitoring
It is possible to monitor the sensor cable for breakage by bridging the 24 V DC power supply and the diagnostics input to DESINA
specifications in a plug adapter.
Connection of the digital outputs
Connection of a digital output
Contact system
Coding
Pin assignment
2
1
4
3
M12 female connector, 5-pole
A
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 2: Input 2 or diagnostics input
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Input 1/output
Pin 5: PE
Note
The power supplies to the output drives share a
common earth with the power supply to the sensors; therefore, these are not electrically isolated.
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Table 30: Connection of digital outputs
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Block diagram of digital output
Output
section
Ausgangsbereich
UQ
PIN 44
PIN
Input 11
Eingang
output
oder or
Ausgang
LED
PIN 3
GND
Input
section
Eingangsbereich
Figure 27: Block diagram of the digital outputs
Figure 28: Assignment of 0.5 A and 2 A outputs
Optical indicators
The status of each connection group with two digital inputs or
with a digital input and a diagnostics input to DESINA specifications is indicated by means of two dual-coloured yellow/red
LEDs.
LED I/O1: 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7:
• Yellow: status of digital input or digital output from pin 4
• Red: short-circuit of 24 V DC sensor voltage pin 1 or short-circuit at the output on pin 4
LED DI2: 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7:
• Yellow: status of digital input or DESINA input from pin 2
• Red: short-circuit of 24 V DC sensor voltage pin 1 or error
message at DESINA input
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LED UI:
• Green: Voltage 1 > 18 V DC
• Red: Voltage 1 < 18 V DC
LEDs UQ1, UQ2, UQ3:
• Green: Voltage > 18 V DC or
• Red: Voltage < 18 V DC
Figure 29: View of I/O connections M12 16DI/8DO
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Technical data
Supply voltage
Limit values
Contact load rating per pin
Reverse polarity protection
Current consumption, module
Digital inputs
Plug-in connections
Grouping
Permissible input voltage
Input level Low
Input level High
Input current Low
Input current High
Input filter
Indication elements
Digital outputs
Plug-in connections with 0.5 A
Plug-in connections with 2 A
Grouping
Driver type
Total current UQ1, I/O1 and I/O2
Total current UQ2, I/O3 and I/O4
Total current UQ3, I/O5, I/O6, I/O7 and I/O8
Total current, module
Output voltage Low
Output voltage High
Switching capacity, resistive load
Switching capacity, inductive load
Switching frequency
Short-circuit proof
Short-circuit current at 25 °C
Short-circuit current at 25 °C
Separation of potentials to the module electronics
Indication elements
General technical data
Ambient temperature, operative
Ambient temperature, storage
Protection class
Dimensions
Weight
Ident. number
Device Data Base File (GSD)
Article order number
Article designation
24 V DC
18 V DC to 30 V DC
2.5 A
Yes
ca. 70
16 channels
I/O1, I/O2, I/O3, I/O4, I/O5, I/O6, I/O7, I/O8
One group for 16 channels with common earth
–30 V to +30 V (protected against polarity reversal)
< 5 V to EN 61131-2 Type 1
> 15 V to EN 61131-2 Type 1
< 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
2 mA to 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
3 ms
One yellow/red error/status LED per channel
8 channels, 2 channels 2A, 6 channels 0,5 A
I/O1, I/O3, I/O5, I/O6, I/O7, I/O8
I/O2, I/O4
One group for 8 channels with common earth
Highside
2.5 A
2.5 A
2.5 A
8A
0V
UQ minus the on-state voltage of the damping diode
Max. 100 Hz
Max. 1 Hz
Lamp load max. 8 Hz
Yes, switch-off in case of short-circuit and error message
1.4 A at 0.5 A outputs
5.6 A at 2.0 A outputs
None
One yellow/red error/status LED per channel
0 to +60 °C to EN 61131-2
–25 to +85 °C to EN 61131-2
IP65 / IP67
L x W x H, 210 x 54 x 32 mm
340 g
09D2
WIAU09D2.GSD
1890010000
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 31: Technical data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
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4.6 SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
The SAI distributor Active Universal is equipped with the functionality of a decentralised I/O system. Each distributor is
equipped with module-specific actuator/sensor functions and a
fieldbus interface. To facilitate their use in difficult environments,
the modules combine the entire electronics in a water- and
dust-proof protective housing.
The SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI is a combi-module for analogue
and digital sensors and actuators. It provides four analogue inputs, two analogue outputs as well as four additional digital input connections.
The signals are connected via eight M12 plug-in connectors.
LEDs:
BF
UI1
UI2
UL
DI0 to DI3
Connections:
AUX IN
AUX OUT
BUS IN
BUS OUT
1 to 8
PROFIBUS status indicator
Supply voltage UI1
Supplies the module and the plug-in
stations DI1, DI3, DI5 and DI7
Supply voltage UI2
Supplies the plug-in connections
DI2, DI4, DI6 and DI8
Power supply to the module,
address section illumination
Digital inputs
Supply voltage UI1 and UI2
Feed through supply voltage
UI1 and UI2
PROFIBUS input
PROFIBUS feed through
Analogue inputs, analogue outputs
and digital inputs
Rotary switch:
X1
PROFIBUS address low byte
X10
PROFIBUS address high byte
Plug-in jumper position:
J1
Jumper for voltages UI1 and UI2
Table 32: SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
LED BF
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UI1
LED UI2
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UL
(Address section illumination)
Figure 30: SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
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Connection of the supply voltage
The power supply is 24 V DC in accordance with EN 61131–2;
the permissible range is 18 to 30 V DC. Protection against
polarity reversal is given.
The power supply is connected via a 5-pole A-coded M12 male
connector and a 5-pole, A-coded M12 female connector.
Note
Both power supplies share a common earth and
are not electrically isolated.
Module connection from AUX IN
Module connection from AUX OUT
Contact system M12 male connector, 5-pole
Coding
A
Pin assignment Pin 1: +24 V DC UI1
connected to AUX OUT, pin 1
Pin 2: +24 V DC UI2
2
1
connected to AUX OUT, pin 2
Pin 3: GND
4 Pin 4: GND
3
5
Pin 5: PE
Contact system M12 female connector, 5-pole
A
Coding
Pin assignment Pin 1: +24 V DC UI1
connected to AUX IN, pin 1
Pin 2: +24 V DC UI2
2
1
connected to AUX IN, pin 2
Pin 3: GND
4
3
Pin 4: GND
5
Pin 5: PE
Table 33: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 34: Contact assignment of the female power supply
connector
The power rating per pin is max. 2.5 A. Both circuits supply the socket connectors IO 1 to IO 8 and the module electronics
as follows:
• UI1: Supply voltage for four sensors at pin 1 from plug-in connections 7 and 8 as well as the module electronics
• UI2: Supply voltage for six analogue sensors/actuators at pin 1 from plug-in connections 1 to 6
Both voltages can be bridged at the plug-in jumper position using a jumper. The module will then be supplied from only one voltage
source.
Plug-in jumper position J1 Jumper options
2
1
3
1
2 – 1* Connects voltages
UI2 and UI1
1 – 1 Jumper park position
all other combinations are not
possible as pin 3 of this module
has no function
* Factory setting
Table 35: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
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Connection of the digital inputs
The two input plug-in connections provide the sensors with a
common power supply.
Connection for four digital inputs
Contact system
Coding
Pin assignment
2
1
4
3
M12 female connector, 5-pole, 2 items
A
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 2: Input 2
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Input 1
Pin 5: PE
Note
The power supply to the sensors shares a common
earth with the supplies to the analogue channels;
therefore, these are not electrically isolated.
5
Table 36: Contact assignment of a digital input
Block diagram of digital input
Input configuration pins 4 and 2 of the M12 female connectors
DI1 and DI2
PIN
4 or PIN 2
PIN
4 oder
Input
1 or
Eingang
1 oder
Eingang
DESINA
input 22 // DESINA
LED
PIN 3
GND
Figure 31: Block diagram of the digital inputs
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Connection of the analogue inputs
Connection of the analogue outputs
Connection for four analogue inputs
Connection for two analogue outputs
Contact system
Coding
Pin assignment
2
1
4
3
5
M12 female connector, 5-pole, 2 items
A
Pin 1: +24 V DC sensor voltage
Pin 2: Analogue input +
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Analogue input –
Pin 5: PE
Housing: Shield
Contact system
Coding
Pin assignment
2
1
4
3
5
M12 female connector, 5-pole, 2 items
A
Pin 1: +24 V DC, actuator voltage
Pin 2: Analogue output voltage
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: Analogue output current
Pin 5: PE
Housing: Shield
Table 37: Contact assignment of an analogue input
Table 38: Contact assignment of an analogue output
Together with the two plug-in connections for analogue outputs
the four plug-in connections for analogue inputs provide a common voltage supply for sensors or actuators.
Together with the four plug-in connections for analogue inputs
the two plug-in connections for analogue outputs provide a
common voltage supply for sensors and actuators.
Note
This power supply shares a common earth with the
input channels; therefore, these are not electrically
isolated.
Block diagram of an analogue input
Block diagram of an analogue output
PIN
PIN 22
Voltage
Spannung
A
I
PIN44
PIN
Input– Eingang
PIN
PIN 44
Current
Strom
U
MUX
D
PIN 3
GND
A
Output
Interface
PIN22
PIN
Eingang
Input++
Note
This power supply shares a common earth with the
input channels; therefore, these are not electrically
isolated.
D
Figure 32: Block diagram of the analogue inputs
Figure 33: Block diagram of the analogue outputs
The current or voltage range is selected in the configurator of
the manufacturer of the controls.
Note
The choice of the output signal (current or voltage)
is made when selecting the pins. The current or
voltage range is selected in the configurator of the manufacturer
of the controls.
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Optical indicators
The status of each connection group with two digital inputs is indicated by means of two dual-coloured yellow/red LEDs.
LED DI1: DI0, DI2
• Yellow: status of digital input from pin 4
• Red: short-circuit of 24 V DC sensor voltage pin 1
LED DI2: DI1, DI3
• Yellow: status of digital input from pin 2
• Red: short-circuit of 24 V DC sensor voltage pin 1
LED UI1:
• Green: Voltage 1 > 18 V DC
• Red: Voltage 1 < 18 V DC
LED UI2:
• Green: Voltage 2 > 18 V DC
• Red: Voltage 2 < 18 V DC
Figure 34: View of I/O connections M12 AI/AO/DI
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Technical data
Supply voltage
Limit values
Reverse polarity protection
Contact load rating per pin
Current consumption, module
Digital inputs 4 channels
Plug-in connections
Grouping
Permissible input voltage
Input level Low
Input level High
Input current Low
Input current High
Input filter
Indication elements
Analogue inputs
Plug-in connections
Grouping
Input type
Sampling period
Accuracy
Offset error
Linearity
Temperature coefficient
Voltage ranges
Max. input voltage based on GND
Input resistance
Resolution -10 V to +10 V
Resolution -10 V to +10 V
Nominal value
Current ranges
Max. input current, differential
Input resistance
Resolution 0 to 20 mA
Resolution 4 to 20 mA
Nominal value
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18 to 30 V DC
Yes
2.5 A
100 mA
4 channels
I/O7 and I/O8
One group for 4 channels with common earth
–30 V to 30 V (protected against polarity reversal)
< 5 V to EN 61131-2 Type 1
> 15 V to EN 61131-2 Type 1
< 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
2 mA to 15 mA to EN 61131-2 Type 1
3 ms
One yellow/red error/status LED per channel
4 channels
to I/O4
One group for 4 channels with common earth
Differential measurement between pins 2 and 4
10 - 250 ms adjustable per analogue input
< 0.2 % of the upper limit of effective range
< 0.1 % of the upper limit of effective range
< 0.05 %
< 300 ppm/K of upper limit of effective range
0 to +10 V or –10 V to +10 V
± 35 V based on GND (continuous)
> 100 kΩ
11 Bit 0 to 2047 units
12 Bit 0 to 4095 units
± 2047 units and 2047 units respectively
0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
–50 to +50 mA
< 125 Ω
11 Bit 0 to 2047 units
11 Bit 409 to 2047 units with evaluation of the diagnosis when
below 4 mA
± 2047 units and 1636 units respectively
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Technical data
Analogue outputs
Plug-in connections
Output interval
Accuracy
Offset error
Linearity
Temperature coefficient
Voltage ranges
Load resistance
Resolution 0 to +10 V
Resolution -10 V to +10 V
Output
Current ranges
Load resistance
Resolution 0 to 20 mA
Resolution 4 to 20 mA
Output
General technical data
Ambient temperature, operative
Ambient temperature, storage
Protection class
Dimensions
Weight
Ident. number
Device Data Base File (GSD)
Article order number
Article designation
2 channels
I/O5 and I/O6
5 to 250 ms, adjustable per analogue output
< 0.2 % from the upper limit of effective range
< 0.1% from the upper limit of effective range
< 0.05% from the upper limit of effective range
< 300 ppm/K of upper limit of effective range
0 to +10 V or –10 V to +10 V
> 1 kΩ
11 Bit 0 to 2047 units
12 Bit 0 to 4095 units
Asymmetric (pin 2)
0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
< 600 Ω
12 Bit 0 to 4095 units
12 Bit 819 to 4095 units
Asymmetric (pin 4)
0 to +60 °C to EN 61131-2
–25 to +85 °C to EN 61131-2
IP 65 / IP 67
L x W x H, 210 x 54 x 32 mm
340 g
09D1
WIAU09D1.GSD
1890000000
SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Table 39: Technical data SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
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Commissioning
5.
Commissioning
Commissioning
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5.1 Device Data Base Files (GSD) and bitmap files
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5.2 Copying the GSD files to the local directory
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5.3 Installing the GSD files in Step7
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5.4 Adding an SAI module using the hardware configurator
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5.5 Assigning the input and output addresses
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5.6 Configuring and setting parameters
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5.7 SAI parameter data
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Device Data Base Files (GSD) and bitmap files
5.1 Device Data Base Files (GSD) and bitmap files
GSD files (Device Data Base Files)
GSD files are the electronic data sheets of a device that provide
a PROFIBUS master with straightforward information about the
characteristics of the PROFIBUS DP field device.
Including other information, these files describe
• The supported transmission rates
• The length of the input and output data to be exchanged
Device designation
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Ident. No.
09D5
09D4
09D3
09D2
09D1
• The meaning of the diagnostics parameters and the
application parameters
• The field device type
• The supported services
The files are available with the file extension gsd.
GSD files
WIAU09D5.GSD
WIAU09D4.GSD
WIAU09D3.GSD
WIAU09D2.GSD
WIAU09D1.GSD
Table 40: GSD files
Bitmap files
Symbols are made available for display in the hardware configurator. The names of the bitmap files for normal operations are
WIAU12N.DIB (M12 version) and WIAU08N.DIB (M8 version); the names of the bitmap files for diagnostics are WIAU12S.DIB and
WIAU08S.DIB.
WIAU12N.DIB
WIAU12S.DIB
WIAU08N.DIB
WIAU08S.DIB
Figure 35: Bitmaps for hardware configurator
Note
How the GSD and bitmap files are used and
their memory location depends on the configuration tool being used.
Hardware configuration is explained in the following based on
an example using the programming software Simatic® Step7.
®
Registered trademark of Siemens AG
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Copying the GSD files to the local directory
5.2 Copying the GSD files to the local directory
GSD files are available for downloading free of charge from
Weidmüller's homepage: www.weidmueller.com.
The location where the GSD files are stored is determined by
the installation routine of the Step7 programme. Usually, they
are stored below the installation directory \Step7\S7DATA\GSD.
The bitmap files used are copied to the directory
\Step7\S7DATA\NSBMP.
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Installing the GSD files in Step7
5.3 Installing the GSD files in Step7
Open the respective project in the programme Step7, then select the hardware configuration.
Figure 36: Installing the GSD file: step 1
Note
Close all Step7 applications before continuing
with the following commands.
Select the command Options > Update Catalogue to update the contents of the catalouge in the hardware configurator.
Figure 37: Installing the GSD file: step 2
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Installing the GSD files in Step7
Select the Weidmüller SAI modules from the list of
PROFIBUS DP devices below the option => Additional Field Devices
Figure 38: GSD file catalogue
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Adding an SAI module using the hardware configurator
5.4 Adding an SAI module using the hardware configurator
The hardware configurator with a PROFIBUS DP enabled central processing unit (CPU 315-2 DP) has been launched and a
PROFIBUS DP master system has been defined for this CPU.
You can now add individual devices to the PROFIBUS DP master system.
A pop-up window opens in which the PROFIBUS address can
be assigned. You can set parameters on the 'Parameter'
tabbed page.
Figure 39: Hardware configurator
Note
Assign each PROFIBUS address only once.
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Assigning the input and output addresses
5.5 Assigning the input and output addresses
Addresses through which data is exchanged with the PLC programme are already automatically assigned for each PROFIBUS
DP device.
You can accept or alter these addresses. The quickest method
is to double-click the address bar of the selected device. Now it
is possible to select the original address.
Figure 40: Assigning input/output addresses
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Configuring and setting parameters
5.6 Configuring and setting parameters
The functionality for all modules is defined via one or several configuration bytes in the configuration menu. To access this menu
click Edit => Properties => Parameter Assignment.
Figure 41: Parameter
Please refer to the following subsection for more information
about parameter settings options for each module.
An overview of SAI diagnostics and the meaning of the diagnostics bytes is available in Chapter 6.
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5.7 SAI parameter data
SAI modules can be configured with the following parameters:
SAI:
Number of parameter bytes:
1. Byte:
SAI:
Number of parameter bytes:
1. Byte:
2. Byte:
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
1
Activates the DESINA function
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
4
Activates the DESINA function
Defines the function of the
connection points as input
or output
3. Byte:
Defines how the outputs react
when a bus error occurs
4. Byte:
Defines the safe status
of the outputs
SAI:
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
Number of parameter bytes: 1
1. Byte:
Activates the DESINA function
SAI:
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Number of parameter bytes: 4
1. Byte:
Activates the DESINA function
2. Byte:
Defines the fuction of the
connection points as input
or output
3. Byte:
Defines how the outputs react
when a bus error occurs
Defines the safe status
4. Byte:
of the outputs
SAI:
SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Number of parameter bytes: 2
1. Byte:
Configures the analogue
inputs
2. Byte:
Configures the analogue
outputs
3. Byte:
Configures the sampling period
for analogue input 0
Configures the sampling period
4. Byte:
for analogue input 1
Configures the sampling period
5. Byte:
for analogue input 2
6. Byte:
Configures the sampling period
for analogue input 3
7. Byte:
Configures the sampling period
for analogue output 0
8. Byte:
Configures the sampling period
for analogue output 1
Activating the DESINA function
Bits 0 to 7 set the DESINA diagnostics of the connections 1 to 8.
The DESINA diagnostics functionality is activated if the corresponding bit is set to 1.
If the DESINA diagnostics functionality is activated, the connection at pin 4 functions as a DESINA diagnostics input; the connection at pin 2 is the switch input to be monitored
Bit 0 to Bit 7
Bit 0 to Bit 7
1 = DESINA functionality OFF
0 = DESINA functionality ON
Table 42: DESINA parameters
Defining the function of the connection points as
input or output
Bits 0 to bit 7 set the functionality of pin 2 of the
connections 1 to 8 as well as 1 to 16 of the M8 connection.
Setting this bit to 1 activates the output. Set to this status, shortcircuits to earth and +24 V DC will be recognised and reported in
the diagnostics.
Bit 0 to Bit 7
Bit 0 to Bit 7
0= connection pin 2 is INPUT
1= connection pin 2 is OUTPUT
Table 43: Reversal of input and output
Defining the reaction of the outputs when a bus error
occurs
Bits 0 bis 7 determine for each output respectively if it enters a
safe status or if it retains the last status.
If this bit is set to 1 the output retains the status that prevailed
immediately before the bus error occurred.
The safe status is defined in byte 4.
Bit 0 to bit 7
Bit 0 to bit 7
1 = OUTPUT enters safe status
0 = OUTPUT retains last status
Table 44: Reaction when bus error occurs
Table 41: Overview of SAI parameters
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Defining the safe status of outputs
Setting Bits 0 to 7 determines for each output if it is ON or OFF
when in the safe status.
When this bit is set to 1 the output is turned off when in the safe
status.
The safe status is defined in byte 4.
Configuring the analogue outputs
The type of signals of the two analogue ouputs as current or
current output is determined by the selection of the connection
pin and the configuration. The measurement range is configured
in accordance with the selected output type.
Bit 0
Bits 0 to 7
Bits 0 to 7
1 = OUTPUT is turned on
0 = OUTPUT is turned off
Bit 1
Table 45: Defining safe status
Configuring the analogue inputs
The four analogue inputs are set with two bits respectively. The
first bit defines the type of measurement as voltage or current
measurement; the second bit sets the measurement range in accordance with the selected measurement.
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
0 = Analogue input 0, measurement VOLTAGE
1 = Analogue input 0, measurement CURRENT
0 = Analogue input 0, measurement range 0 to 10 V
or 0 to 20 mA
1 = Analogue input 0, measurement range -10 V to +10 V
or 4 to 20 mA
0 = Analogue input 1, measurement VOLTAGE
1 = Analogue input 1, measurement CURRENT
0 = Analogue input 1, measurement range 0 to 10 V
or 0 to 20 mA
1 = Analogue input 1, measurement range -10 V to +10 V
or 4 to 20 mA
0 = Analogue input 2, measurement VOLTAGE
1 = Analogue input 2, measurement CURRENT
0 = Analogue input 2, measurement range 0 to 10 V
or 0 to 20 mA
1 = Analogue input 2, measurement range -10 V to +10 V
or 4 to 20 mA
0 = Analogue input 3, measurement VOLTAGE
1 = Analogue input 3, measurement CURRENT
0 = Analogue input 3, measurement range 0 to 10 V
or 0 to 20 mA
1= Analogue input 3, measurement range -10 V to +10 V
or 4 to 20 mA
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
0 = Analogue output 0, measurement range voltage
1 = Analogue output 0, measurement range current
0 = Analogue ouput 0, measurement range 0 to 10 V
or 0 to 20 mA
1 = Analogue ouput 0, measurement range
-10 V to +10 V or 4 to 20 mA
0 = Analogue output 1, measurement range voltage
1 = Analogue output 1, measurement range current
0 = Analogue ouput 1, measurement range 0 to 10 V
or 0 to 20 mA
1 = Analogue ouput 1, measurement range
-10 V to +10 V or 4 to 20 mA
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Table 47: Parameters of the analogue outputs
Configuring the sampling period of the analogue inputs
and outputs
The sampling period for the analogue inputs and the analogue
outputs can be selected from 10 ms to 250 ms in 5 ms steps.
The value is entered as reqired in the corresponding byte 3 to
byte 8 of the configuration.
Table 46: Parameters of the analogue inputs
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Diagnostics
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6.2 Diagnostics telegrams
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LED indicators
6.1 LED indicators
Assignment of PROFIBUS and supply voltage LEDs
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Figure 42: Status LEDs
LED indication of PROFIBUS and supply voltages
LED BF
PROFIBUS
LED UI1
Supply voltage
LED UI2
Supply voltage
LED UI
Supply voltage
LED UQ1
Supply voltage
LED UQ2
Supply voltage
LED UQ3
Supply voltage
green
red
green
red
green
red
green
red
green
red
green
red
green
red
ON = slave exchanging data
Flashing = transitionary period after turning on the SAI
ON = error, no data exchange taking place
ON = UI1 > 18 V DC
OFF = UI1 < 18 V DC
ON = UI1 < 18 V DC
OFF = UI1 > 18 V DC
ON = UI2 > 18 V DC
OFF = UI2 < 18 V DC
ON = UI2 < 18 V DC
OFF = UI2 > 18 V DC
ON = UI
> 18 V DC
OFF = UI < 18 V DC
ON = UI
< 18 V DC
OFF = UI > 18 V DC
ON = UQ1 > 18 V DC
OFF = UQ1 < 18 V DC
ON = UQ1 < 18 V DC
OFF = UQ1 > 18 V DC
ON = UQ2 > 18 V DC
OFF = UQ2 < 18 V DC
ON = UQ2 < 18 V DC
OFF = UQ2 > 18 V DC
ON = UQ3 > 18 V DC
OFF = UQ3 < 18 V DC
OFF = UQ3 > 18 V DC
ON = UQ3 < 18 V DC
Table 48: LED indication of PROFIBUS and supply voltages
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LEDs indicate the statuses and diagnostics of digital inputs and
digital outputs as well as DESINA information.
Example of LED assignments based on the SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
LED DI15 (PIN 4)
LED DI16 (PIN 4)
LED DI7 (PIN 4)
LED DI8 (PIN 4)
LED DI13 (PIN 4)
LED DI14 (PIN 4)
LED DI5 (PIN 4)
LED DI6 (PIN 4)
LED DI11 (PIN 4)
LED DI12 (PIN 4)
LED DI3 (PIN 4)
LED DI4 (PIN 4)
LED DI9 (PIN 4)
LED DI10 (PIN 4)
LED DI1 (PIN 4)
LED DI2 (PIN 4)
LED
LED BF
BF
Not
Nichtfitted
bestückt
Not
Nichtfitted
bestückt
LED
LED UI1
UI1
LED UI2
UI2
LED
Nichtfitted
bestückt
Not
Nichtfitted
bestückt
Not
LED
LED UL
UL
section illumination)
(Address
(Adressraumbeleuchtung)
Figure 43: LED assignments SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
LED indication of digital input
Pin 4
digital input
yellow
red
yellow
Status of the digital input ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage
Status of the digital input or output ON OFF
Table 49: LED indication of digital input
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LED indicators
Example of LED assignments based on the SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
LED BF
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UI1
LED UQ1
LED UQ2
LED UQ3
LED UL
(Address section illumination)
Figure 44: LED assignments SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
LED indication of digital inputs and outputs
Pin 4
digital input
Pin 4
digital output
yellow
red
yellow
red
Status of the digital input ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage
Status of the digital output ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage (together with LED pin 2)
Short-circuit at pin 4, digital output
Table 50: LED indication of digital inputs and outputs
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Example of LED assignments based on the SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
LED DI15 (PIN 2)
LED DI16 (PIN 2)
LED DI7 (PIN 4)
LED DI8 (PIN 4)
LED DI13 (PIN 2)
LED DI14 (PIN 2)
LED DI5 (PIN 4)
LED DI6 (PIN 4)
LED DI11 (PIN 2)
LED DI12 (PIN 2)
LED DI3 (PIN 4)
LED DI4 (PIN 4)
LED DI9 (PIN 2)
LED DI10 (PIN 2)
LED DI1 (PIN 4)
LED DI2 (PIN 4)
LED
LED BF
BF
Not
Nichtfitted
bestückt
Not
Nichtfitted
bestückt
LED
LED UI1
UI1
LED
LED UI2
UI2
Not
Nichtfitted
bestückt
Not
Nichtfitted
bestückt
LED UL
(Address section illumination)
(Adressraumbeleuchtung)
Figure 45: LED assignments SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
LED indication of digital inputs
Pin 4
Pin 2
digital input1
yellow
red
digital input 2
DESINA diagnostics
yellow
red
Status of the digital input ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage (together with LED pin 2)
Error message DESINA diagnostics input
Status of the digital input or DESINA diagnostics input ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage (together with LED pin 4)
Table 51: LED indication of digital inputs
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LED indicators
Example of LED assignments based on the SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
LED BF
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UI1
LED UQ1
LED UQ2
LED UQ3
LED UL
(Address section illumination)
Figure 46: LED assignments SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
LED indication of digital inputs and outputs
Pin 4
digital input 1
digital output
Pin 2
digital input 2
DESINA diagnostics
yellow
red
yellow
red
Status of the digital input or output ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage (together with LED pin 2)
Short-circuit at pin 4, digital output
Status of the digital input or DESINA diagnostics input ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage (together with LED pin 4)
Error message DESINA diagnostics input
Table 52: LED indication of digital inputs and outputs
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Example of LED assignments based on the SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
LED BF
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UI1
LED UI2
Not fitted
Not fitted
LED UL
(Address section illumination)
Figure 47: LED assignments SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
LED indication of digital inputs, analogue inputs and analogue outputs
Pin 2
digital input 2
Pin 4
digital input 1
Pin 2
Pin 4
Pin 2
Pin 4
analogue input
analogue output
yellow
red
yellow
red
yellow
red
yellow
red
Status of the digital input ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage (together with LED pin 4)
Status of the digital input ON OFF
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage (together with LED pin 2)
Without function
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage
Without function
Short-circuit at pin 1, sensor voltage
Table 53: LED indication of digital inputs, analogue inputs and analogue outputs
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Diagnostics telegrams
6.2 Diagnostics telegrams
Diagnostic telegrams comprise six bytes of standard diagnostics information and manufacturer’s diagnostics information
The number of bytes required for the manufacturer's diagnostics varies from module to module.
Standard diagnostics information
Byte 0, Station status 1
Bit 0
station_non_exist
Bit 1
station_not_ready
Bit 2
cfg_fault
Bit 3
ext_diag
Bit 4
not_supported
Bit 5
invalid_slave_response
Bit 6
prm_fault
Bit 7
master_lock
Byte 1, Station status 2
Bit 0
Prm_req
Bit 1
Stat_diag
Bit 2
'1'
Bit 3
WD_ON
Bit 4
freeze_mode
Bit 5
sync_mode
Bit 6
reserved
Bit 7
deactivated
Byte 2, Station status 3
Bit 0
reserved
Bit 1
reserved
reserved
Bit 2
reserved
Bit 3
Bit 4
reserved
reserved
Bit 5
Bit 6
reserved
Bit 7
ext_overflow
Byte 3, Diag. Master Adress
FFH
PB address of master
02H
Byte 4, Ident Number (high byte)
High Byte of the ident. number
09H
Byte 5, Ident Number (low byte)
Low Byte of the ident. number
D3H
1 = Communication with station not possible; always '0'
1 = Station not ready for data exchange
1 = Configuration error by the master
1 = Extended diagnostics data available
1 = A requested function not supported
1 = Illegal slave response
1 = Wrong or incomplete parameter data
1 = Parameters set by an other master; access denied
1 = Parameter must be passed on again
1 = Diagnostics data available
Slave always sets '1'
1 = Slave has activated 'Watchdog' function
1 = Slave has received control command 'Freeze'
1 = Slave has received control command 'Sync'
Slave always sets '0'
1 = Set by master, slave ist inactive, slave always sets '0'
Slave always sets '0'
Slave always sets '0'
Slave always sets '0'
Slave always sets '0'
Slave always sets '0'
Slave always sets '0'
Slave always sets '0'
1 = Diagnostics data overflow
FF = Parameters still not passed on by the master
or the address of the masters that set the parameters
The ID number of the PROFIBUS device High byte
The ID number of the PROFIBUS device Low byte
Table 54: Standard diagnostics information
The registered ident. nos., byte 4 and byte 5
of the SAIs are:
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
09 D5H
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
09 D4H
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SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
09 D3H
09 D2H
09 D1H
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Manufacturer's diagnostics information
The manufacturer's diagnostics information can comprise one
or several bytes. The manufacturer determines the amount and
their content.
For SAI modules, these include various diagnostics information
depending on the type of module; a part of this information has
to be activated through parameterisation.
An overview of the diagnostics bytes is given below; these bytes
begin to be counted with byte 6 following the standard diagnostics information.
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
11 diagnostics bytes; 4 bytes for manufactuer's diagnostics
Byte 6
Extended diagnostics data: header
Number of bytes for manufacturer's diagnostics including these bytes
Byte 7
Software version high byte
High byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device high byte
Byte 8
Software version low byte
Low byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device low byte
Byte 9
Short-circuit at +24 V DC sensor voltage
Bit 0
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 8
Table 55: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
MSB: most significant byte
LSB: least significant byte
Example of how to determine the software version:
MSB = 1, LSB = 3, software version = 1.03
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SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
13 diagnostics bytes; 6 bytes for manufactuer's diagnostics.
Byte 6
Extended diagnostics data: header
Number of bytes for manufacturer's diagnostics including these bytes
Software version high byte
Byte 7
High byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device high byte
Byte 8
Software version low byte
Low byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device low byte
Byte 9
Short-circuit at +24 V DC sensor voltage
Bit 0
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 8
Byte 10
Error message DESINA diagnostics
Bit 0
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 8
DESINA diagnostics must be configured for each input
Short-circuit at digital output to +24 V DC
Byte 11
Bit 0
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 1
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 2
Bit 1
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 8
The connection point must be configured as output
Byte 12
Short-circuit at digital output earth GND
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 1
Bit 0
Bit 1
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 3
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 4
Bit 3
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 8
The connection point must be configured as output
Table 56: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
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SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
11 diagnostics bytes; 4 bytes for manufactuer's diagnostics
Byte 6
Extended diagnostics data: header
Number of bytes for manufacturer's diagnostics including these bytes
Software version high byte
Byte 7
High byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device high byte
Byte 8
Software version low byte
Low byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device low byte
Byte 9
Short-circuit at +24 V DC sensor voltage
Bit 0
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 8
Byte 10
Error message DESINA diagnostics
Bit 0
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 8
DESINA diagnostics must be configured for each input
Table 57: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
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SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
13 diagnostics bytes; 6 Byte for manufacturer's diagnostics.
Byte 6
Extended diagnostics data: header
Number of bytes for manufacturer's diagnostics including these bytes
Software version high byte
Byte 7
High byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device high byte
Byte 8
Software version low byte
Low byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device low byte
Byte 9
Short-circuit at +24 V DC sensor voltage
Bit 0
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 8
Byte 10
Error message DESINA diagnostics
Bit 0
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = DESINA diagnostics at plug-in connection 8
DESINA diagnostics must be configured for each input
Short-circuit at digital output to +24 V DC
Byte 11
Bit 0
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 1
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 2
Bit 1
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit after +24 V DC at plug-in connection 8
The connection point must be configured as output
Byte 12
Short-circuit at digital output earth GND
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 1
Bit 0
Bit 1
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 3
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 4
Bit 3
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit to earth at plug-in connection 8
The connection point must be configured as output
Table 58: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
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SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
12 diagnostics bytes; 6 bytes for manufactuer's diagnostics.
Byte 6
Extended diagnostics data: header
Number of bytes for manufacturer's diagnostics including these bytes
Software version high byte
Byte 7
High byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device high byte
Byte 8
Software version low byte
Low byte SW version
The software version of the PROFIBUS device low byte
Byte 9
Short-circuit at +24 V DC sensor voltage
Bit 0
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 1
Bit 1
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 2
Bit 2
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 3
Bit 3
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 4
Bit 4
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 5
Bit 5
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 6
Bit 6
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 7
Bit 7
1 = Short-circuit sensor voltage at plug-in connection 8
Byte 10
Analogue input range 4 – 20 mA, 4 mA out of range
Bit 0
1 = Out of range 4 mA at analogue input 0
Bit 1
1 = Out of range 4 mA at analogue input 1
Bit 2
1 = Out of range 4 mA at analogue input 2
Bit 3
1 = Out of range 4 mA at analogue input 3
Bit 4
reserved
Slave always sets '0'
Bit 5
reserved
Slave always sets '0'
Bit 6
reserved
Slave always sets '0'
Bit 7
reserved
Slave always sets '0'
The analogue input must be configured for the range 4 to 20 mA
Table 59: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
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Evaluating diagnostics data in Step7
6.3 Evaluating diagnostics data in Step7
Whereas the data for inputs and outputs can be exchanged directly
with PROFIBUS in Step7 via the input and output image and
processed directly in the programme, diagnostics data must be
read into the application programme by means of an SFC.
“DPNRM_DG”
RET_VAL
...
P#M 120.0
MO. 0
Diagnostics data (slave diagnostics) of a DP slave is read with the
SFC 13 „DPNRM_DG“.
MW20
EN
W#16#3FE
REQ
RECORD
LADDR
BUSY
BYTE 10
MO. 1
ENO
Figure 48: Diagnostics function block
Input variables:
REQ=1:
LADDR:
Output variables:
RET_VAL
RECORD
BUSY=1
Request to read
Planned diagnostics address of the DP slave; this can be read in the hardware configurator
Note: addresses must be entered in hexadecimal code.
For example, the diagnostics address 1022 (3FEH) means: LADDR: = W#16#3FE.
RET_VAL contains the length of the actual transmitted data.
If an error occurs when the function is being processed,
an error coded is contained in the returned value.
Target range for the read diagnostics data.
The minimum length of the data record to be read or the target range is 6.
The read operation is not complete.
Table 60: Diagnostics function block
In the example above, 10 bytes following the flag byte M 120.0 are reserved as target range of the diagnostics data for an SAI-AU
M12 PB 16D. These are divided up as follows:
Standard diagnostics information
MB 120
Byte 0
MB 121
Byte 1
MB 122
Byte 2
MB 123
Byte 3
MB 124
Byte 4
Byte 5
MB 125
Manufacturer's diagnostics information
Byte 6
MB 126
MB 127
Byte 7
MB 128
Byte 8
Byte 9
MB 129
MB130
Byte 10
Station status 1
Station status 2
Station status 3
Diag. master address
Ident. no. (high byte)
Ident. no.(low byte)
Number of bytes for manufacturer's diagnostics incl. these bytes
Software version MSB (high byte)
Software version LSB (low byte)
Short-circuit at +24 V DC sensor voltage
Error message DESINA diagnostics
Table 61: Diagnostics information
Please refer to the Siemens Step7 programming manual as well as the Online Help file for further information.
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Appendix
Appendix
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Appendix A: Article overview
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Appendix B: Drilling template
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Appendix C: Converting hexadecimal to decimal
76
Appendix D: Configuration of DESINA inputs
77
Appendix E: Configuration of digital connection points
78
Appendix F: Configuration of analogue inputs
79
Appendix G: Configuration of analogue outputs
80
Sources
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Index
82
Glossary
86
Worldwide activities
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Appendix A: Article overview
Appendix A: Article overview
Modules
Modules
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Connectors
I/O and AUX connectors
SAIS-4/7
SAISW-4/7
SAIB-4/7
SAIBW-4/7
SAIS-4-IDC M12 small
SAIB-4-IDC-M12 small
PROFIBUS connector
SAISM 5/8S M12 5P B-COD
SAIBM 5/8S M12 5P B-COD
SAIS-4-IDC-M12(PB)
SAIB-4-IDC-M12(PB)
Terminal resistor PROFIBUS-DP
SAIEND PB M12 5P B-COD
Twin plugs
Twin plugs
SAI-Y-5S- M12/M12
SAI-Y-4-4/2-4 M12/8
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in M8 with 16 digital inputs
in M8 with 16 digital inputs/ 8 digital outputs
in M12 with 16 digital inputs
in M12 with 16 digital inputs/ 8 digital outputs
in M12 with analogue inputs/outputs and digital inputs
1906550000
1906640000
1890020000
1890010000
1890000000
M12 male connector, 4-pole, straight
M12 male connector, 4-pole, angled
M12-female connector, 4-pole, straight
M12-female connector, 4-pole, angled
M12 male connector, 4-pole, IDC connection
M12-female connector, 4-pole, IDC connection
9457550000
9457290000
9457240000
9457700000
1781550001
1781540001
PROFIBUS male connector, straight, B coded
PROFIBUS female connector, straight, B coded
Male connector, 4-pole, IDC connection
Female connector, 4-pole, IDC connection
1784790000
1784780000
1864730000
1864740000
M12, 5-pole, B coded
1784770000
M12 to 2 x M12, conection for 2 sensors
M12 to 2 x M8, conection for 2 sensors
1826880000
1783420000
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Cables
Cables, general
SAIL-M12G-4-3.0U
SAIL-M12BG-4-3.0U
SAIL-M12GM12G-4-1.5U
SAIL-M12W-4-3.0U
SAIL-M12BW-4-3.0U
SAIL-M12GM12G-4-3.0U
SAIL-M8GS-3-3.0U
SAIL-M8WS-3-3.0U
SAIL-M8GBS-3-3.0U
SAIL-M8WBS-3-3.0U
SAIL-M8GSM8GS-3-3.0U
PROFIBUS cables
SAIL-M12G-PB-3.0U
SAIL-M12GM12G-PB-3.0U
SAIL-M12BG-PB-3.0U
Example: cable length 3 m
Male connector, M12, straight, 4-pole, PUR, 3 m cable
Female connector, M12, straight, 4-pole, PUR, 3 m cable
Male connector, M12, straight to female connector, M12, straight,
4-pole, PUR, 1.5 m cable
Male connector, M12, angled, 4-pole, PUR, 3 m cable
Female connector, M12, angled, 4-pole, PUR, 3 m cable
Male connector, M12, straight to female connector, M12, straight,
4-pole, PUR, 3 m cable
Male connector, M8, straight, 3-pole, shielded, PUR, 3 m cable
Male connector, M8, angled, 3-pole, shielded, PUR, 3 m cable
Female connector, M8, straight, 3-pole, shielded, PUR, 3 m cable
Female connector, M8, angled, 3-pole, shielded, PUR, 3 m cable
Male connector, M8, straight, to female connector, M8, straight, 3-pole,
shielded PUR, 3 m cable
Example: cable length 3 m
Male connector, M12, straight, PUR, 3 m cable
Male connector, M12, straight to female connector, M12, straight,
PUR, 3 m cable
Female connector, M12, straight, PUR, 3 m cable
9456100300
9457730300
9457190000
1906260300
9457740300
1906300300
1824590300
1857550300
9457450300
9457380300
1824570300
1873300300
1873310300
1873320300
Please observe we are able to print only a small selection of all of our cables.
We have a wide variety on offer:
• Various lengths: 1.5 m; 3.0 m; 5.0 m; 10,0 m; special lengths on request
• Shielded or unshielded
• With/without LEDs
• Straight/angled
• A variety of pole numbers
• Different cable materials
• With/without valve connectors
For more detailed information, please refer to our SAI sectional catalogue.
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Appendix A: Article overview
Tools
Cutting
KT 8
Sheath/insulation stripping
CST VARIO
STRIPAX
MULTI-STRIPAX 6-16
Crimping
PZ 6 Roto
H-BOX 0,14-0,75QMM
Screwdriver, flat blade
SD 0,6 x 3,5 x 100
For screwing
Screwty Set
Screwty Set – DM
Accessories
Protective caps
SAI-SK-M12-UNI
SAI-SK M8
Marker tags
ESG 8/13,5/43,3 SAI AU
Testing
Simulation plugs
SAIS-T-2/1-K
SAIS-T-4/1-K
Cable cutter
9002650000
Stripping tool
To strip insulation from conductors
To strip insulation from conductors and crimp ferrules
9005700000
9005000000
9202210000
For versatile position crimping
Box with ferrules 0.14 – 0.75 mm2
9014350000
9025410000
To set the address range
9008330000
To tighten/loosen knurled nut on connectors
As above, but with torque
1910000000
1920000000
M12, made of black plastic
M12, made of black plastic
2330260000
1802760000
MultiCard label set
1912130000
Bridge between pin 1 and pin 2
Bridge between pin 1 and pin 4
8569100000
8726310000
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Appendix B: Drilling template
Appendix B: Drilling template
54
R4
210,5
201
,5
4,5
Fiure 49: Drilling template
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Appendix C: Converting hexadecimal to decimal
Appendix C: Converting hexadecimal to decimal
Dez
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Hex
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Dez
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Hex
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
Dez
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
Hex
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
Dez
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Hex
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
Dez
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
Hex
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
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Appendix D: Configuration of DESINA inputs
Appendix D: Configuration of DESINA inputs
Module SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI, SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO, SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI SAI-AU and M8 PB 16DI/8DO
1 byte in the configuration: activates the DESINA function
Bit 0 with bit 7
OFF = DESINA function deactivated
ON = DESINA function activated
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
..
..
..
..
0..
..
..
..
..
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
..0
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
..
..
..
..
1..
..
..
..
..
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
..1
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
..
..
..
..
2..
..
..
..
..
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
..2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
..
..
..
..
3..
..
..
..
..
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
..3
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
..
..
..
..
4..
..
..
..
..
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
..4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
..
..
..
..
5..
..
..
..
..
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
..5
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
..
..
..
..
6..
..
..
..
..
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
..6
OFF
ON
ON
ON
..
..
..
..
7..
..
..
..
..
OFF
ON
ON
ON
..7
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
..
..
..
..
8..
..
..
..
..
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
..8
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
..
..
..
..
9..
..
..
..
..
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
..9
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
..
..
..
..
A..
..
..
..
..
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
..A
ON
OFF
ON
ON
..
..
..
..
B..
..
..
..
..
ON
OFF
ON
ON
..B
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
..
..
..
..
C..
..
..
..
..
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
..C
ON
ON
OFF
ON
..
..
..
..
D..
..
..
..
..
ON
ON
OFF
ON
..D
ON
ON
ON
OFF
..
..
..
..
E..
..
..
..
..
ON
ON
ON
OFF
..E
ON
ON
ON
ON
..
..
..
..
F..
..
..
..
..
ON
ON
ON
ON
..F
Input
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
DESINA
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Example:
Configuration of DESINA function:
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Appendix E: Configuration of digital connection points
Appendix E: Configuration of digital connection points
Module SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
1 byte in the configuration: determines the function of the connection points as input or output
Module SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
2 byte in der configuration: determines the function of the connection points as input or output
Bit 0 with bit 7
OUT = connection to pin 2 is output
IN = connection to pin 2 ist input
Connection
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
..
..
..
..
0..
..
..
..
..
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
..0
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
..
..
..
..
1..
..
..
..
..
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
..1
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
..
..
..
..
2..
..
..
..
..
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
..2
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
..
..
..
..
3..
..
..
..
..
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
..3
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
..
..
..
..
4..
..
..
..
..
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
..4
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
..
..
..
..
5..
..
..
..
..
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
..5
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
..
..
..
..
6..
..
..
..
..
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
..6
OUT
IN
IN
IN
..
..
..
..
7..
..
..
..
..
OUT
IN
IN
IN
..7
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
..
..
..
..
8..
..
..
..
..
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
..8
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
..
..
..
..
9..
..
..
..
..
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
..9
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
..
..
..
..
A..
..
..
..
..
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
..A
IN
OUT
IN
IN
..
..
..
..
B..
..
..
..
..
IN
OUT
IN
IN
..B
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
..
..
..
..
C..
..
..
..
..
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
..C
IN
IN
OUT
IN
..
..
..
..
D..
..
..
..
..
IN
IN
OUT
IN
..D
IN
IN
IN
OUT
..
..
..
..
E..
..
..
..
..
IN
IN
IN
OUT
..E
IN
IN
IN
IN
..
..
..
..
F..
..
..
..
..
IN
IN
IN
IN
..F
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.0
IN
IN
IN
OUT
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
Example:
E..
..0
Configuration when determining the digital connection points: 0xE0
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Appendix F: Configuration of analogue inputs
Appendix F: Configuration of analogue inputs
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement range
Value range
..
..
..
..
..
..
0
0
Analogue input 0: 0 to 10 V
0 to 2047
..
..
..
..
..
..
0
1
Analogue input 0: 0 to 20 mA
0 to 2047
..
..
..
..
..
..
1
0
Analogue input 0: -10 V to +10 V
0 to 4095
..
..
..
..
..
..
1
1
Analogue input 0: 4 to 20 mA
409 to 2047
..
..
..
..
0
0
..
..
Analogue input 1: 0 to 10 V
0 to 2047
..
..
..
..
0
1
..
..
Analogue input 1: 0 to 20 mA
0 to 2047
..
..
..
..
1
0
..
..
Analogue input 1: -10 V to +10 V
0 to 4095
..
..
..
..
1
1
..
..
Analogue input 1: 4 to 20 mA
409 to 2047
..
..
0
0
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 2: 0 to 10 V
0 to 2047
..
..
0
1
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 2: 0 to 20 mA
0 to 2047
..
..
1
0
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 2: -10 V to +10 V
0 to 4095
..
..
1
1
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 2: 4 to 20 mA
409 to 2047
0
0
..
..
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 3: 0 to 10 V
0 to 2047
0
1
..
..
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 3: 0 to 20 mA
0 to 2047
1
0
..
..
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 3: -10 V to +10 V
0 to 4095
1
1
..
..
..
..
..
..
Analogue input 3: 4 to 20 mA
409 to 2047
Table 64: Configuration of the analogue inputs
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Appendix G: Configuration of analogue outputs
Appendix G: Configuration of analogue outputs
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Measurement range
Value range
..
..
..
..
..
..
0
0
Analogue output 0: 0 to 10 V
0 to 2047
..
..
..
..
..
..
0
1
Analogue output 0: 0 to 20 mA
0 to 4095
..
..
..
..
..
..
1
0
Analogue output 0: -10 V to +10 V
0 to 4095
..
..
..
..
..
..
1
1
Analogue output 0: 4 to 20 mA
819 to 2047
..
..
..
..
0
0
..
..
Analogue output 1: 0 to 10 V
0 to 2047
..
..
..
..
0
1
..
..
Analogue output 1: 0 to 20 mA
0 to 4095
..
..
..
..
1
0
..
..
Analogue output 1: -10 V to +10 V
0 to 4095
..
..
..
..
1
1
..
..
Analogue output 1: 4 to 20 mA
819 to 2047
Table 65: Configuration of the analogue outputs
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Sources
Sources
Web addresses
www.weidmueller.com
www.profibus.com
Standards
IEC 61158-x: Digital Data Communications for Measurement
and Control – Fieldbus for use in industrial control
systems
IEC 61784-1: Digital Data Communications for Measurement
and Control – Part1: Profile sets for continuous and
discrete manufacturing relative to fieldbus use in
industrial control systems
EN 50170:
Universal Field Communication System,
Amendment A2
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Index
Index
Figure
Figure 1: Basic design of an SAI distributor
Figure 2: Basic PROFIBUS system configuration
Figure 3: Voltage drop
Figure 4: Large SAI Active Universal
Figure 5: Mounting an SAI distributor
Figure 6: Functional earth 'FE' connection
Figure 7: Attaching markers
Figure 8: Bus termination wiring
Figure 9: Address switch
Figure 10: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Figure 11: Block diagram of the digital input
Figure 12: View of I/O connections M8 16DI
Figure 13: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Figure 14: Block diagram of the digital input
Figure 15: Block diagram of the digital outputs
Figure 16: Assignment of 0.5 A and 2 A outputs
Figure 17: View of I/O connections M8 16DI/8DO
Figure 18: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
Figure 19: Block diagram of the digital input
Figure 20: Sensors with DESINA
Figure 21: Sensors with monitoring
Figure 22: View of I/O connections M12 16DI
Figure 23: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Figure 24: Block diagram of the digital input
Figure 25: Sensors with DESINA
Figure 26: Sensors with monitoring
Figure 27: Block diagram of the digital outputs
Figure 28: Assignment of 0.5 A and 2 A outputs
Figure 29: View of I/O connections M12 16DI/8DO
Figure 30: SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Figure 31: Block diagram of the digital inputs
Figure 32: Block diagram of the analogue inputs
Figure 33: Block diagram of the analogue outputs
Figure 34: View of I/O connections M12 AI/AO/DI
Figure 35: Bitmaps for hardware configurator
Figure 36: Installing the GSD file: step 1
Figure 37: Installing the GSD file: step 2
Figure 38: GSD file catalogue
Figure 39: Hardware configurator
Figure 40: Assigning input/output addresses
Figure 41: Parameter
Figure 42: Status LEDs
Figure 43: LED assignments SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Figure 44: LED assignments SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Figure 45: LED assignments SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
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1.1
1.2
2.2
3.1
3.2
3.2
3.3
4.1
4.1
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
5.1
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.1
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Figure
Figure 46: LED assignments SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Figure 47: LED assignments SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Figure 48: Diagnostics function block
Figure 49: Dimension drawing
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6.1
6.1
6.3
Appendix B
83
Index
Table
Table 1: Determining the right SAI distributor
Table 2: Code conversion decimal < - > hexadecimal
Table 3: Contact assignment of the PROFIBUS connector
Table 4: Contact assignment of the PROFIBUS female connector
Table 5: Technical data PROFIBUS
Table 6: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Table 7: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 8: Contact assignment of the female power supply connector
Table 9: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Table 10: Contact assignment of the digital input
Table 11: Technical data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Table 12: SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 13: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 14: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 15: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M18 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 16: Contact assignment of the digital inputs
Table 17: Connection of digital outputs
Table 18: Technical data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 19: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
Table 20: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 21: Contact assignment of the female power supply connector
Table 22: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
Table 23: Contact assignment of the digital inputs
Table 24: Technical data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
Table 25: SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 26: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 27: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 28: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 29: Contact assignment of the digital inputs
Table 30: Connection of digital outputs
Table 31: Technical data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 32: SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Table 33: Contact assignment of the male power supply connector
Table 34: Contact assignment of the female power supply connector
Table 35: Plug-in jumper position SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Table 36: Contact assignment of a digital input
Table 37: Contact assignment of an analogue input
Table 38: Contact assignment of an analogue output
Table 39: Technical data SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Table 40: GSD files
Table 41: Overview of SAI parameters
Table 42: DESINA parameters
Table 43: Reversal of input and output
Table 44: Reaction when bus error occurs
Table 45: Defining safe status
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2.1
3.4
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
5.1
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.7
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Table
Table 46: Parameters of the analogue inputs
Table 47: Parameters of the analogue outputs
Table 48: LED indication of PROFIBUS and supply voltages
Table 49: LED indication of digital input
Table 50: LED indication of digital inputs and outputs
Table 51: LED indication of digital inputs
Table 52: LED indication of digital inputs and outputs
Table 53: LED indication of digital inputs, analogue inputs and analogue outputs
Table 54: Standard diagnostics information
Table 55: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI
Table 56: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M8 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 57: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI
Table 58: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M12 PB 16DI/8DO
Table 59: Diagnostic data SAI-AU M12 PB AI/AO/DI
Table 60: Diagnostics function block
Table 61: Diagnostics information
Table 62: Article overview
Table 63: Converting hexadecimal to decimal
Table 64: Configuration of the analogue inputs
Table 65: Configuration of the analogue outputs
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5.7
5.7
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.3
6.3
Appendix A
Appendix C
Appendix F
Appendix G
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Glossary
Glossary
AC or DC drives
Coding A
AC or DC motors
Special coding for male or female M12 connectors for purposes
of recognition and non-reversal. On SAI modules, coding A is
utilised for the power supply as well as inputs and outputs.
DeviceNet and CANopen fieldbus systems have also specified
the A-coded version.
AI
Please see Analogue input
Analogue input
Analogue input, detects analogue signals as voltage signals
from 0 to 10 V or as current signals from 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20
mA; resolution is generally 10 or 12 bit, 16 bit representation.
Analogue output
Analogue input, control variable as analogue signal; voltage signals from 0 to 10 V or -10 V to +10 V or as current signals from
0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA; resolution is generally 10 or 12 bit,
representation 16 bit representation.
Coding B
Special coding for male or female M12 connectors for purposes
of recognition and non-reversal. Coding B is used for the
PROFIBUS-DP fieldbus.
Configuration
Pleas see Hardware configuration
Configuration menu
Please see Analogue output
This is used to enter and configure the hardware of a control
system.
Please see Hardware configuration
AUX IN
DATA A
Power supply, 24 VDC feed in
Data from PROFIBUS is transmitted via a two-core, shielded
twisted-pair cable with RS485 physic (transmission of differential signal).
The strands are designated as DATA A (green strand) and DATA
B (red strand).
AO
AUX OUT
Power supply, 24 VDC feed out
Baud rate
The baud rate describes the number of signal codes (symbol)
that can be transmitted per second.
Bitmap files
An image file or graphic consisting of pixels; with black and
white information, each bit corresponds to an information unit
and can consequently code a pixel. For display purposes in the
hardware configurator, bitmap files in DIB format with 70 x 40
pixels are recommended.
Bus / power section
The section on the SAI to which the fieldbus and the supply
voltage are connected.
BUS IN
DATA B
Data from PROFIBUS is transmitted via a two-core, shielded
twisted-pair cable with RS485 physic (transmission of differential signal).
The strands are designated as DATA A (green strand) and DATA
B (red strand).
DESINA
Please see Diagnostics input DESINA
DI
Please see Digital input
Diagnostic telegrams
PROFIBUS connection, bus feed out
It is fully connected to Bus IN.
Diagnostic telegrams indicate the status of the PROFIBUS-DP
slave. A diagnostic telegram is composed of six bytes of standard diagnostics information as well as the vendors diagnostics
information.
The number of bytes required for the manufacturer’s diagnostics varies from module to module.
Bus termination
Diagnostics data
An active bus termination must be fitted at the beginning and end
of each PROFIBUS segment. The termination consists of a combination of resistances. To function correctly, it requires a 5-V supply
voltage that is normally made available by each PROFIBUS device.
Diagnostics data is transmitted in a diagnostics telegram. This
information is differentiated between standard diagnostics information (6 bytes) and vendor diagnostics information, the length
of which depends on the vendor.
PROFIBUS connection module, feed in
It is fully connected to Bus OUT.
BUS OUT
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Diagnostics input DESINA
GSD file (Device Data Base File)
DESINA is an abbreviation for DistributEd and Standardised INstAllation technology for machine tools and manufacturing systems.
DESINA describes the specification for standardising the electric, hydraulic and pneumatic installation of automated machine
tools and manufacturing systems. DESINA diagnostics input
supplies diagnostic information in addition to the digital input
signal.
Please visit: http://www.desina.de
A GSD file (Device Data Base File) contains a description of all
of the DP slave-specific characteristics. The format of GSD files
is defined in the standard IEC 61784-1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1.
Hardware configuration
All devices and parameters of a control system are defined in a
hardware configuration.
Hardware configurator
DO
Generally vendor specific, dedicated software for creating and
downloading a hardware configuration.
Please see Digital output
Hexadecimal code
DP
Please see PROFIBUS-DP
DP = Decentralised Periphery
Numeric code that represents information from 1 digit, 4 bit,
decimal numbers 0 to 15 using digits 0 to 9 together in conjunction with the letters A to F.
EMC
High byte
Electromagnetic compatibility describes the freedom from interference of electrical devices with regard to their environment.
More significant byte of a term consisting of two or more bytes,
for example, a software version number.
Please see Low byte
EN 50170
European fieldbus standard
General purpose field communication systems
I/O section
The section of the SAI where the digital or analogue sensors
and actuators are connected.
FE
Please see Functional earth
Field devices
Field devices is a term used to describe all of the devices operated on a fieldbus. Amongst others, field devices can be input
and output modules (SAIs) as well as drives, controls and HMI
interfaces.
FMS
Please see PROFIBUS-FMS
Frequency converter
A frequency converter generates an alternating current of a certain frequency from an alternating current of a different frequency and may also alter the voltage; it makes it possible to adjust
rotational speeds.
In particular for three-phase motors, frequency converters are
an economic form of control.
Functional earth
The functional earth serves to discharge compensating and interference currents in order to guarantee EMC characteristics.
According to VDE 0100, the functional earth is not the same as
the protective earth; it is forbidden to use it as the protective
earth.
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Ident. number
Identification of a PROFIBUS-DP device. Assigned by the
PROFIBUS User Organisation (PUO).
IEC 61158
Digital Data Communications for measurement and control –
Field bus for use in industrial control systems.
Part 1: Overview and guidance for the IEC 61158 series
Part 2: Physical layer specification and service definition
Part 3: Data link service definition
Part 4: Data link protocol specification
Part 5: Application layer service definition
Part 6: Application layer protocol specification
IEC 61784
Digital Data Communications for measurement and control
Part 1: Profile sets for continuous and discrete manufacturing
relative to field bus use in industrial control systems
Part 2: Additional profiles for ISO/IEC 8802-3 based communication networks in real-time applications
Part 3: Profiles for functional safe communications in industrial
networks.
Industry PC
A standard PC adapted to suit harsh production environments.
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Input addresses
LED UQ2
External signals in a PLC are exchanged via digital or analogue
inputs or outputs. These are controlled by the PLC programme
via the addresses. The addresses can be a combination of station address, module address and connection address. It
sometimes possible that the addresses can only be accessed
byte for byte or word for word.
Red/green LED for indicating the status of supply voltage UQ2
Functions as LED U1
J1
Low byte
Designation for a special jumper field used to link supply voltages.
Least significant byte of a term consisting of two or more bytes,
for example, a software version number.
Please see High byte
Jumpers
Jumpers are used to configure electronic sub-assemblies or set
operating parameters that are carried out either rarely or only once
during commissioning procedures. The jumper is usually made of a
small metal plate and a plastic housing. It is plugged into two socalled pins which results in an electrical contact being created via
the metal plates. Generally, that results in the function of the hardware component being activated, deactivated or configured.
LED
Light Emitting Diode – used to indicate signal statuses of the
digital inputs and outputs as well as the statuses of the voltage
supply and fieldbus.
LED BF
Red/green LED for indicating status on PROFIBUS
Green ON = slave exchanging data
Green flashing = transition after SAI is turned on
Red = error, no data is being exchanged
LED U1
Red/green LED for indicating the status of supply voltage U1
Green ON = UI1 > 18 V DC
Green OFF = UI1 < 18 V DC
Red ON = UI1 < 18 V DC
Red OFF = UI1 > 18 V DC
LED UQ3
Red/green LED for indicating the status of supply voltage UQ3
Functions as LED U1
M12
Metric thread with a major diameter of 12 mm.
M12 socket (female connector)
A socket with cavities containing contacts for creating an electrical connection. Sockets are also referred to as female connectors. The mating partner of a socket is referred to as the
plug or male connector. The socket outlet can be described as
a special form of socket.
M8
Metric thread with a minor diameter of 8 mm.
Master
Please see PROFIBUS-Master
Output addresses
External signals in a PLC are exchanged via digital or analogue
inputs or outputs. These are controlled by the PLC programme
via the addresses. The addresses can be a combination of station address, module address and connection address. It
sometimes possible that the addresses can only be accessed
byte for byte or word for word.
Output interval
LED U2
Please see sampling period
Red/green LED for indicating the status of supply voltage U2
Functions as LED U1
PA
LED UI
Parameterisation
Red/green LED for indicating the status of supply voltage UQ1
Functions as LED U1
Term used to describe assigning parameters with a parameterisation or programming tool.
LED UL
Parameters
Two green LEDs for indicating module power supply; also serve
to illuminate the address section.
Parameters describe the technical characteristics of technical
devices. Weidmüller SAI parameters serve to activate the
DESINA diagnostic input, to define plug-in connectors as inputs
or outputs as well as define the analogue measurement ranges
as a current or voltage input.
LED UQ1
Red/green LED for indicating the status of supply voltage UQ1
Functions as LED U1
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Please see PROFIBUS-PA
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PE
PROFIBUS slave
Please see Protective earth
These are devices outside of a central processing unit; with
fieldbus systems, this also applies to all devices in the fieldbus.
PROFIBUS slaves exchange data cyclically with a PROFIBUS
master. In addition, parameterization, configuration and, in the
case of a malfunction, diagnostic data is transmitted.
Typical PROFIBUS slaves include connection terminals, repeaters, gateways, communication terminals, valve blocks and
others.
PLC
PROFIBUS User Organisation
PLC is the acronym for Programmable Logic Controller
More than 260 vendors and users of the standardised communication system PROFIBUS have come together in the registered association PROFIBUS User Organisation (PUO; German
= PNO) to jointly support further technical improvements and
establish the use of the technology internationally.
The PROFIBUS User Organisation is a registered association.
Membership is open to any company or research facility anywhere in the world.
Peripheral devices
Plug and Play
Sometimes written as Plug 'n' Play or Plug & Play; it describes
the characteristics of modern, mostly peripheral devices that
are immediately available for use without having to first install a
programme.
Plug-in connectors
A plug-in connector connects lines carrying electrical power or
signals. On the one hand, the standards regulate the form and
the contact assignment of the connector and the corresponding
mating connector as well as defining the electrical signals to be
transmitted on the other hand.
PROFIBUS-DP
This is a special application for automating factory production.
PROFIBUS-DP address
PNO
With the PROFIBUS address you determine at which address
your SAI distributor will be identified on PROFIBUS-DP.
Please see PROFIBUS User Organisation
PROFIBUS-FMS
Polling
This is utilised for the universal, object-oriented, cyclical and
acyclic exchange of data at a medium speed.
FMS is particularly suitable for exchanging data between intelligent slaves such as PCs and PLCs.
PROFIBUS-DP and PROFIBUS-PA are special variants.
FMS = Fieldbus Message Specification
Generally recognised term for ‘to poll’ or query.
The poll function is an operating mode of fieldbus devices in a
fieldbus system.
Power supply
Electrical consumers require a voltage supply to provide the
power. In control systems, the supply voltage used is 24 VDC.
Please see voltage range
PROFIBUS
(PROcess FIeld BUS) is a part of the international standards IEC
61158 and IEC 61784.
Physically, PROFIBUS is either an electrical network based on a
shielded, two conductor cable or an optical network based on a
fibre optics cable.
PROFIBUS guidelines
Vendor-independent compatibility is guaranteed by technical
guidelines to ensure implementation of PROFIBUS technology.
The technical guidelines are published and distributed centrally
by the PROFIBUS User Organisation (PUO) to underline the fact
that these are effectively a standard. Diverse PROFIBUS guidelines are available, for example: ‘Optical data transfer for
PROFIBUS’.
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PROFIBUS-Master
PROFIBUS-DP differentiates between Class 1 and Class 2
masters. The Class 2 master is utilised for parameterization of
PROFIBUS slaves by means of software; it is mainly used to set
the PROFIBUS address. As well as exchanging data with the
slave, the Class 1 master supplies the PROFIBUS slave with
configuration and parameter data.
PROFIBUS-PA
This is used to control field devices by means of a process control system in the processing industry. This variant of PROFIBUS
is used in hazardous areas (Ex-Zone 0 & 1).
Low currents only are used so that no sparks flashover in the
case of a malfunction; it uses a slower data transmission rate.
PA = Process-Automation
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Protective earth
RS-485
Protective earth conductors are often used in electrical
equipment and cable lines. This is also known as the protective lead, earth, earth connection or PE (protective earth).
The task of the protective earth conductor in electrical systems is to protect human beings from dangerous touch voltages as well as to protect the system from damage.
The PE conductor is fitted in such a manner that there is an
electrical connection between the outer metal housing of the
electrical equipment (for example lamps, fridges, motors).
Should a fault occur and the electrical supply voltage comes
into contact with the exterior of a piece of electrical equipment, the short-circuit to ground via the PE conductor
should ensure that the voltage between the housing of the
respective electrical equipment and the ground, with which
humans and animals are generally in contact, is reduced to a
harmless level.
At the same time, the high short-circuit currents trip the fuse.
That ensures that the electrical equipment with the fault is
disconnected extremely quickly from the supply voltage.
German regulations stipulate that the PE conductor must be
identifiable by the colour combination green/yellow.
As a so-called differential voltage interface the RS-485 interface
operates with +5V (high) and 0V (low) by which the non-inverted
signal is transmitted via one strand and the inverted (or negative) signal via the other. As distortions have the same effect on
both signals, the difference between both signals remains (virtually) the same and can be used for evaluation purposes.
An RS-485 connection constitutes a serial data transmission,
which means the bits are transmitted one after the other on a
line.
Repeaters
The PROFIBUS network consists of one or more segments.
The maximum extension of a segment depends on the baud
rate being used. Up to 32 PROFIBUS stations can be connected in each segment.
Repeaters are necessary in order to create a PROFIBUS network with more than 32 stations or establish a larger network
extension.
The repeater represents the begin of a new segment in which
the maximum number of stations can be used or the maximum
extension is defined.
Resolution
Bit accuracy is a measure of the exactness of digital measurement and calculation operations. An accuracy of 8 bit, for example, 1 byte corresponds to an accuracy of 1/(2^8) = 1/256 or
0.390625% steps.
This is particularly important when converting from an analogue
signal to a digital value if the measurement value of a sensor
(temperature, pressure or similar) is to undergo digital further
processing.
Rotary coding switch
Requiring a minimum of space, rotary coding switches are used
to make settings.
These settings are usually coded in decimal or hexadecimal formats.
SAI
The acronym SAI stands for Sensor – Actuator – Interface. It is
a compactly designed distributor or collector of signal lines.
SAI distributor
Please see SAI
Sampling period
The sampling period determines in which time interval an analogue input is converted. The sampling period for the SAI-AU
M12 PB AI/AO/DI can be set between 10 ms and 250 ms.
Segment
Setting range
Range on the SAI in which the configuration of the hardware is
carried out; for example, the module address.
Shielding
The shielding is necessary to protect cables from radiated
noise.
Simatic® Step7
STEP 7 is the current programming software used for the
Simatic S7 PLC family of products from Siemens; this is a family
of controls for PLC based automation systems.
In accordance with IEC 61131-3, the basic version of STEP 7
includes the programming languages:
• CFS – Continuous Function Chart
• LD – Ladder Diagram
• STL – Statement List
Slave
Please see PROFIBUS slave
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Supply voltage
Voltage with which the device is supplied. The power supply in
automation engineering is usually 18 to 24 VDC.
Temperature coefficient
The temperature coefficient is a relative change to a physical
variable resulting from a change in temperature of 1 K (Kelvin).
Torx screwdriver
Torx is an improvement to the cross-head screw and hexagonsocket (Allen) as a tool receiving socket, for example in counter
sunk screws.
The profile is similar to a six-pointed star with rounded off points
and corners – more or less a wave form. Part of the Textron
Group, Camcar was the inventor and patent holder. In the
meantime, the Torx patent has run out and the hexalobular internal drive feature has been incorporated in international standards.
T-piece
This is offered to provide uninterrupted feed of the supply voltage and the fieldbus.
T-pieces are connected straight onto the consumer and interconnected with the supply voltage or fieldbus by means of male
and female connectors.
Transmission rate
Please see Baud rate
Voltage range
The voltage range of the 24 VDC supply voltage is 18 VDC to
30 VDC.
X1
Rotary switch for setting the PROFIBUS-DP address; hexadecimal format, low byte from 01H to 0FH.
X10
Rotary switch for setting the PROFIBUS-DP address; hexadecimal format, high byte from 10H to F0H.
Y-Plugs
Separate two digital signals, inputs or outputs applied to an
M12 connector in two digital signals.
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publications or software provided by us to the customer for the
purpose of making orders. We try our best to quickly correct
errors in our printed media. For this purpose we list corrections,
which have been identified after publishing printed media, on our
web site at www.weidmueller.com. For convenience we list these
corrections against product catalogue number and/or page
number. This Internet-database is part of our catalogue.
All orders are based on our general terms of delivery, which can
be reviewed on the websites of our group companies where you
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ES MK Elektrosistem d.o.o.
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91000 Skoplje
Macedonia
Phone +389 91 460295
Fax +389 91 460298
[email protected]
Mexico
W Interconnections, S.A. de C.V
Av. Ingenieros Civiles No. 204-B,
Conjunto Industrial Chachapa
72990 Chachapa,
Puebla Mexico
Phone +52 222 2866247/48/49
Fax +52 222 2866242
[email protected]
Malaysia
Connect Plus Technology Sdn Bhd
9, Jalan PJS 11/24,
Bandar Sunway,
46150 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia
Phone +60 3 5633 7363
Fax +60 3 5633 6562
[email protected]
www.cptech.com.my
Netherlands
Weidmüller Benelux B.V.
Franciscusweg 221
1216 SE Hilversum
Postbus 1505
1200 BM Hilversum
Phone +31 35 6261261
Fax +31 35 6234569
[email protected]
www.weidmuller.nl
Norway
Siv. Ing. J. F. Knudtzen A/S
Billingstadsletta 97
1396 Billingstad, P.O. Box 160
1378 Nesbru
Phone +47 66 983350
Fax +47 66 980955
[email protected]
New Zealand
Cuthbert S. Steward Limited
27 Te Puni Street
POB 38496 Petone
Petone, Wellington
Phone +64 4 5686156
Fax +64 4 5686056
Oman
DAN INTERNATIONAL LLC.
PO.BOX 2901
111 Seeb
Oman
Phone +968 503 677
Fax +968 503 755
[email protected]
5651730000/01/07.06
PE
Peru
TECNOLOGÍA ELÉCTRICA
Y SOLUCIONES S.A.C.
Calle Huandoy 501, Lima 32 – Perú
Phone +51 1 5620004
Fax +51 1 5620004
[email protected]
PH
Philippines
El Criscent Corporation
B-41 L-10, Villa Palao,
Banlic, Calamba City
Laguna 4027,
Philippines
Phone +63 49 3456329
Fax +63 49 3456329
[email protected]
PH
PL
PT
Philippines
Enclosure Systems Specialists Inc
G/F, GE Building
2291 Don Chino Roces Ava Ext
Makati City 1231,
Philippines
Phone +63 2 813 8580
Fax +63 2 813 8596
[email protected]
Poland
Weidmüller Sp. z o.o.
ul. Gol˛edzinowska 10
03-302 Warszawa
Poland
Phone +48 22 5100940
Fax +48 22 5100941
[email protected]
www.weidmuller.pl
Portugal
Weidmüller - Sistemas de
Interface, S. A.
Estrada Outeiro Polima, Lote B,
N° B2, Escritório 2 - Abóboda
2785-518 Sao Domingos de Rana
Lisboa
Phone +351 21 4459190
Fax +351 21 4455871
[email protected]
www.weidmuller.pt
PY
Paraguay
Please contact
CPI S.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina
QA
Qatar
Doha Motors
(Technical Division)
Post Box No. 145
Al Wakrath Road
Doha-Qatar
Phone +974 465 1441
Fax +974 465 4579
[email protected]
RO
Romania
Rominterface Impex SRL
Str. Gh. Dem Teodorescu 30A
030916 Bukarest - sector 3
Phone +40 21 3220230
Fax +40 21 3228857
[email protected]
RU
Russia
Weidmüller Representative Office
Shabolovka street 2
119049 Russia, Moskau
Phone +7 495 771-6940
Fax +7 495 771-6941
[email protected]
www.weidmueller.ru
SA
SA
Saudi Arabia
Al Abdulkarim Trading
P.O. Box 5777, Dammam
31432 Saudi Arabia
Phone +966 3 833-7110
Fax +966 3 833-8242
[email protected]
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Electric Supply Co.
P.O. Box 3298, Al Khobar
31952 Saudi Arabia
Phone +966 3 882-9546227
Fax +966 3 882-9547
[email protected]
SE
Sweden
Weidmüller AB
Stockholm, Arenavägen 39,
12177 Johanneshov
P.O. Box 10120
12128 Stockholm-Globen
Phone +46 771 43 00 44
Fax +46 8 7272480
[email protected]
SG
Singapore
Weidmüller Pte. Ltd.
629 Aljunied Road, #05-05
Cititech Industrial Building
Singapore 389838
Phone +65 6841 5311
Fax +65 6841 5377
[email protected]
www.weidmuller.com.sg
SI
Slovenia
ELEKTROSPOJI d.o.o.
Stegne 25
1000 Ljubljana
Phone +38 6 15113810
Fax +38 6 15111604
[email protected]
SK
Slovakia
Elektris s.r.o.
Racianska 188
SK 83153 Bratislava, Slovakia
Phone +421 2 49200113
Fax +421 2 44680328
[email protected]
SY
Syria
Hovaguimian Bros.
P.O. Box 5093
Damascus
Syria
Phone +963 11-221 84 05
Fax +96311-224 48 69
[email protected]
TH
Thailand
Pisanu Engineering Co., Ltd
800/2 Asoke Dindaeng Road,
Dindaeng,
Bangkok 10400
Thailand
Phone +66 2 2459113
Fax +66 2 2463214
[email protected]
www.pisanu.co.th
TR
Turkey
Weidmüller Elektronik Ticaret Ltd. Şti.
Kavacik Mah. Mihrabad
Cad. 143/1
.
34810 Beykoz – Istanbul / Turkey
Phone +90 216 5371070 (Pbx)
Fax +90 216 5371077
[email protected]
TW
Taiwan
Fittatek Co., Ltd.
12 F No. 185 Fu-Kuo Road,
Tso Ying Dist,
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Phone +886 7556-0858
Fax +886 7556-3279
[email protected]
TW
Taiwan
Eucan Enterprise Ltd.
No. 145 He Ping 2nd Rd
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Phone +886 7 715 6610
Fax +886 7 715 8748
[email protected]
www.eucan.com.tw
UA
Ukraine
TEKO Interface
Per.Industrialny 2
03056 - Kiev
Phone +380 04463 57760
Fax +380 04463 91082
[email protected]
US
USA
W-Interconnections, Inc.
821 Southlake Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23236
Phone +1 804 7942877
Fax +1 804 3792593
[email protected]
www.weidmuller.com
UY
Uruguay
Rewo Uruguay S.A.
AV. Bolivia 2001 Esq Rocafuerte
Carrasco Montevideo
Phone +598 260 4 8439
Fax +598 260 4 8439
[email protected]
VE
Venezuela
Somerinca C. A.
Edificio Esteban Piso 2
Calle Vargas Bolleita Notre
Caracas 1070 A
Venezuela
Phone +58 212 2352748
Fax +58 212 2385625
[email protected]
VN
Vietnam
New Sky Co., Ltd
206 Nguyen Thai Binh Str.,
Ward 12., Tan Binh Dist.,
Ho Chin Minh City
Vietnam
Phone +848 811 6768
Fax +848 811 7899
[email protected]
www.newsky-e.com
YE
Yemen
Please contact
Weidmüller Middle-East
United Arab Emirates
ZA
South Africa
Phambili Interface (Pty.) Ltd.
5 Bundo Road
Sebenza Extension
Edenvale 1609
P.O.Box 193
Edenvale 1610
Phone +27 11 452-1930
Fax +27 11 452-6455
[email protected]
DE
Other countries
Weidmüller Interface GmbH & Co. KG
P.O. Box 3030
32720 Detmold
Klingenbergstraße 16
32758 Detmold
Phone +49 5231 14-0
Fax +49 5231 14-20 83
[email protected]
www.weidmueller.com
DE
Group companies
DE
Agency abroad
DE
Without own Agency
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www.weidmueller.com
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Belarus
Belgium
BosniaHerzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kuwait
Latvia
Lebanon
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Oman
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Romania
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Serbia/
Montenegro
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
UAE
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Uruguay
USA
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yemen
Weidmüller is the leading manufacturer of components
for electrical connection technology. The Weidmüller
product portfolio ranges from terminal blocks,
PCB connectors and terminals, protected components,
Industrial Ethernet components and relay sockets to
power supply and overvoltage protection modules
suitable for all applications. Electrical installation and
marking material, basic I/O components and a variety of
tools round off the range. As an OEM supplier, the
company sets global standards in the field of electrical
connection technology.
Order number:
5651730000/04/2006/DMMD
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