IMPULSE G+/VG+ Series 4 PROFINET Installation Manual #144

IMPULSE G+/VG+ Series 4 PROFINET Installation Manual #144
PROFINET Installation Manual
April 2015
Part Number: 144-27019 R1
© Copyright 2015 Magnetek
Table of Contents
1. Preface and Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Applicable Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Registered Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Supplemental Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
General Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2. Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
About This Product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3. Receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Option Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Tools Required for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
4. Option Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
SI-EP3 PROFINET Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Terminal CN1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Option LED Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Power-Up Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
5. Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Section Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Prior to Installing the Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Installing the Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
GSD/GSDML Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
6. Option Related Drive Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
7. PROFINET Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
PROFINET Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
PROFIdrive Communication Profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Magnetek-Specific Control and Status Words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
8. Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Introduction to PROFINET IO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
PROFINET IO in SI-EP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Option High Priority Alarm Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Option Low Priority Alarm Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Identification and Maintenance Functions (I&M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Diagnostic and Alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Alarm Mechanism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
9. Web Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Main Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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Drive Status Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Network Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Doc Links Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Email Alerts Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
10. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Drive-Side Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
11. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
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1. Preface and Safety
Magnetek manufactures products used as components in a wide variety of industrial systems and
equipment. The selection and application of Magnetek products remain the responsibility of the
equipment manufacturer or end user. Magnetek accepts no responsibility for the way its products are
incorporated into the final system design. Under no circumstances should any Magnetek product be
incorporated into any product or design as the exclusive or sole safety control. Without exception, all
controls should be designed to detect faults dynamically and fail safely under all circumstances. All
systems or equipment designed to incorporate a product manufactured by Magnetek must be
supplied to the end user with appropriate warnings and instructions as to the safe use and operation
of that part. Any warnings provided by Magnetek must be promptly provided to the end user.
Magnetek offers an express warranty only as to the quality of its products in conforming to standards
and specifications published in the Magnetek manual. NO OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, IS OFFERED. Magnetek assumes no liability for any personal injury, property damage,
losses, or claims arising from misapplication of its products.
Applicable Documentation
The following manuals are available for the SI-EP3 option:
Option
IMPULSE®•G+/VG+ Series 4
Option SI-EP3 PROFINET
Installation Manual
Manual No: 144-27019
Read this manual first.
The installation manual is
packaged with the option and
contains detailed information
about the option, information
required to install the option and
set up related drive parameters.
MPULSE®•G+/VG+ Series 4 Drive
The drive manuals cover basic
installation, wiring, operation
procedures, functions, troubleshooting,
and maintenance information. The
IMPULSE®•G+/VG+ Series 4 manuals also include important
information about parameter settings
Instruction Manual
and drive tuning.
Access http://www.magnetek.com to
obtain Magnetek instruction manuals.
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Terms
Drive: IMPULSE®•G+/VG+ Series 4
Option: IMPULSE®•G+/VG+ Series 4 SI-EP3 PROFINET option
Registered Trademarks
•
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Supplemental Safety Instructions
Read and understand this manual before installing, operating, or servicing this option. The option
must be installed according to this manual and local codes.
The following conventions are used to indicate safety messages in this manual. Failure to heed
these messages could result in serious or possibly even fatal injury or damage to the products or to
related equipment and systems.
DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury. This signal word is to be limited to the most extreme situations.
WA R N I N G
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTICE
NOTICE indicates an equipment damage message.
NOTE:
A NOTE statement is used to notify installation, operation, programming, or maintenance
information that is important, but not hazard-related.
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General Safety
General Precautions
•
•
•
•
The diagrams in this section may include options and drives without covers or safety shields to
illustrate details. Be sure to reinstall covers or shields before operating any devices. The option
should be used according to the instructions described in this manual.
Any illustrations, photographs, or examples used in this manual are provided as examples only
and may not apply to all products to which this manual is applicable.
The products and specifications described in this manual or the content and presentation of the
manual may be changed without notice to improve the product and/or the manual.
When ordering new copies of the manual, contact your Magnetek representative and provide the
manual number shown on the front cover.
DANGER
Heed the safety messages in this manual.
Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury.
The operating company is responsible for any injuries or equipment damage resulting
from failure to heed the warnings in this manual.
NOTICE
Do not modify the drive or option circuitry.
Failure to comply could result in damage to the drive or option and will void the warranty.
Magnetek is not responsible for any modification of the product made by the user. This
product must not be modified.
Do not expose the drive to halogen group disinfectants.
Failure to comply may cause damage to the electrical components in the option.
Do not pack the drive in wooden materials that have been fumigated or sterilized.
Do not sterilize the entire package after the product is packed.
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2. Product Overview
About This Product
The PROFINET SI-EP3 option connects the Series 4 drive to a PROFINET network and facilitates
the exchange of data.
This manual explains the handling, installation, and specifications of this product.
The PROFINET SI-EP3 option is a simple networking solution that reduces the cost and time to wire
and install factory automation devices, while providing interchangeability of like components from
multiple vendors.
By installing the option to a drive, it is possible to do the following from a PROFINET master device:
•
operate the drive,
•
monitor the operation status of the drive, and/or
•
change parameter settings.
SI-EP3 is PROFINET Conformance Class A certified.
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3. Receiving
Please perform the following tasks upon receiving the option:
• Inspect the option for damage. Contact the shipper immediately if the option appears damaged
upon receipt.
• Verify receipt of the correct model by checking the model number printed on the option
nameplate.
• Contact your supplier if you have received the wrong model or the option does not function
properly.
Option Package Contents
Description
Option
Ground
Wire
Screws (M3)
LED Label
Installation Manual
1
1
3
1
1
--
Quantity
Tools Required for Installation
•
A Phillips screwdriver (M3 metric/#1, #2 U.S. standard size*) is required to install the option and
remove drive front covers.
•
Diagonal cutting pliers (required for some drive models).
•
A small file or medium grit sandpaper (required for some drive models).
*Screw sizes vary by drive capacity. Select a screwdriver appropriate for the drive capacity.
NOTE:
Tools required to prepare option cables for wiring are not listed in this manual.
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4. Option Components
SI-EP3 PROFINET Option
<1> The ground wire provided in the option shipping package must be connected during installation.
<2> Refer to Option LED Display on page 10 for details on the LEDs.
Figure 1: Option (Top View)
Terminal CN1
The communication connector on the option is a modular RJ45 female connector designated CN1.
CN1 is the connection point for a customer-supplied male Ethernet network communication cable.
Table 1: Male 8-way Ethernet Modular Connector (Customer-Supplied)
Male EtherNet 8-Way Modular
Connector
Pin
Description
1 (Pair 2)
Transmit data (TXD) +
2 (Pair 2)
Transmit data (TXD) -
3 (Pair 3)
Receive data (RXD) +
4 (Pair 1)
Not used <1>
5 (Pair 1)
Not used <1>
6 (Pair 3)
Receive data (RXD) -
7 (Pair 4)
Not used <1>
8 (Pair 4)
Not used <1>
<1> Not used for 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps networks.
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Option LED Display
The option has six LEDs:
Bi-color Status LEDs:
•
Module status (MS) red/green
•
Network status (NS) red/green
PROFINET LEDs (2 each):
•
Network speed-10/100 yellow
•
Link status and network activity-Link/Act green
The operational states of the option LEDs after the power-up diagnostic LED sequence is completed
are described in Table 2: Option LED States. The states with a number in parenthesis are the
number of pulses of 250 ms on, 250 ms off cycles, followed by 500 ms off, then repeating the cycle.
Wait at least two seconds for the power-up diagnostic process to complete before verifying LED
states.
Table 2: Option LED States
Indication
Name
Operating Status
Color
--
MS (visible through
drive cover)
NS (visible through
drive cover)
10/100 (visible at
RJ45 jack)
LINK/ACT (visible at
RJ45 jack)
Remarks
Status
OFF
Power Supply OFF
Power is not being supplied to the drive.
Green
ON
Option operating
The option is operating normally and initialization
is complete.
Green
Flashing (1)
Diagnostics
Diagnostic data available.
Green
Flashing (2)
Configuration tool
Identified by a configuration tool.
Red
ON
Default MAC or fatal error occurred
Default MAC address has been programmed or
the option has detected an unrecoverable error.
Red
Flashing (1)
Configurational error (non-fatal)
Configuration error.
Red
Flashing (2)
No IP (non-fatal)
No IP address assigned.
Red
Flashing (3)
No station name (non-fatal)
No station name assigned.
Red
Flashing (4)
Init failure (non-fatal)
Failed to initialize module.
Green/
Red
Flashing
Option self-test
The option is in self-test mode.
--
OFF
Offline or Power supply OFF
--
Green
ON
Connected
Connection established with I/O controller and in
RUN mode.
Green
Flashing
Connected and stopped
Connection established with I/O controller and in
STOP mode.
Red
ON
BUS fault
Unrecoverable BUS fault.
Red
Flashing (1)
Lost communication
Host communication is temporarily lost.
Red
Flashing (2)
Lost link
No link detected to network.
Yellow
OFF
10 Mbps is established
--
Yellow
ON
100 Mbps is established
--
Green
OFF
Link is not established
--
Green
ON
Link is established
--
Flashing
Link is established and there is
network activity
--
Green
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Power-Up Diagnostics
An LED test is performed each time the drive is powered up. The initial boot sequence may take
several seconds. After the LEDs have completed the diagnostic LED sequence, as shown in Table 3:
Power-Up Diagnostic LED Sequence, the option is successfully initialized. The LEDs then assume
operational conditions as shown in Table 2: Option LED States.
Table 3: Power-Up Diagnostic LED Sequence
Sequence
Module Status (MS)
Network Status (NS)
Time (ms)
1
Green
OFF
250
2
Red
OFF
250
3
Green
OFF
--
4
Green
Green
250
5
Green
Red
250
6
Green
OFF
--
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5. Installation Procedure
Section Safety
DANGER
Electric Shock Hazard
Do not connect or disconnect wiring while the power is on.
Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury.
Disconnect all power to the drive, wait at least five minutes after all indicators are off,
measure the DC bus voltage to confirm safe level, and check for unsafe voltages before
servicing. The internal capacitor remains charged after the power supply is turned off.
The charge indicator LED will extinguish when the DC bus voltage is below 50 VDC.
WA R N I N G
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not remove the option cover while the power is on.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
The diagrams in this section may include options and drives without covers or safety
shields to show details. Be sure to reinstall covers or shields before operating any
devices. Use the option according to the instructions described in this manual.
Do not allow unqualified personnel to use equipment.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Maintenance, inspection, and replacement of parts must be performed only by
authorized personnel familiar with installation, adjustment, and maintenance of this
product.
Do not touch circuit boards while the power to the drive is on.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Do not use damaged wires, stress the wiring, or damage the wire insulation.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Fire Hazard
Tighten all terminal screws to the specified tightening torque.
Loose electrical connections could result in death or serious injury by fire due to
overheating of electrical connections.
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NOTICE
Damage to Equipment
Observe proper electrostatic discharge (ESD) procedures when handling the option,
drive, and circuit boards.
Failure to comply may result in ESD damage to circuitry.
Never shut the power off while the drive is running or outputting voltage.
Failure to comply may cause the application to operate incorrectly or damage the drive.
Do not operate damaged equipment.
Failure to comply may cause further damage to the equipment.
Do not connect or operate any equipment with visible damage or missing parts.
Do not use unshielded cable for control wiring.
Failure to comply may cause electrical interference resulting in poor system
performance.
Use shielded twisted-pair wires and ground the shield to the ground terminal of the
drive.
Properly connect all pins and connectors.
Failure to comply may prevent proper operation and possibly damage equipment.
Check wiring to ensure that all connections are correct after installing the option and
connecting any other devices.
Failure to comply may result in damage to the option.
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Prior to Installing the Option
Prior to installing the option, wire the drive, make necessary connections to the drive terminals, and
verify that the drive functions normally without the option installed. Refer to the Instruction Manual
packaged with the drive for information on wiring and connecting the drive.
Figure 2 shows an exploded view of the drive with the option and related components for reference.
Figure 2: Drive Components with Options
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Installing the Option
Remove the front covers of the drive before installing the option. Refer to the Instruction Manual for
directions on removing the front covers. Cover removal varies depending on drive size. This option
can be inserted only into the CN5-A connector located on the drive control board.
1. Shut off power to the drive, wait the appropriate amount of time for voltage to dissipate, then
remove the digital operator (G) and front covers (F, I). Front cover removal varies by model.
DANGER
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Do not connect or disconnect wiring while the power is on. Failure to comply will result in
death or serious injury. Before installing the option, disconnect all power to the drive. The
internal capacitor remains charged even after the power supply is turned off. The charge
indicator LED will extinguish when the DC bus voltage is below 50 VDC. To prevent
electric shock, wait at least five minutes after all indicators are off and measure the DC
bus voltage level to confirm safe level.
NOTICE
Damage to Equipment
Observe proper electrostatic discharge procedures (ESD) when handling the option,
drive, and circuit boards. Failure to comply may result in ESD damage to circuitry.
Figure 3: Remove the Front Covers and Digital Operator
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2. With the front covers and digital operator removed, apply the LED label (H) in the appropriate
position on the drive top front cover (F).
Figure 4: Apply the LED Label
3. Insert the option (E) into the CN5-A connector (C) located on the drive and fasten it using one of
the included screws (K).
Figure 5: Insert the Option
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4. Connect the ground wire (L) to the ground terminal (N) using one of the remaining provided
screws (K). Connect the other end of the ground wire (L) to the remaining ground terminal and
installation hole on the option (E) using the last remaining provided screw (K) and tighten both
screws to 0.5 ~ 0.6 nm (4.4 ~ 5.3 in lb.).
Figure 6: Connect the Ground Wire
NOTE:
There are two screw holes on the drive for use as ground terminals. When connecting
three options, two ground wires will need to share the same drive ground terminal.
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Wiring the Option
5. Route the option wiring.
Depending on the drive model, some drives may require routing the wiring through the side of the
front cover to the outside to provide adequate space for the wiring. In these cases, using diagonal
cutting pliers, cut out the perforated openings on the left side of the drive front cover. Sharp edges
along the cut out should be smoothed down with a file or sand paper to prevent any damage to the
wires.
5.a. Route the PROFINET CAT5e cable inside the enclosure for drives that do not require routing
through the front cover. Refer to Table 4: Model-Specific Cable Routing and Figure 7 to determine
the proper wire routing by drive model.
Table 4: Model-Specific Cable Routing
Wire Routing <1>
Drive Series
Model
Through Front
Cover
Inside Drive
G+/VG+ S4
2003 to 2033; 4001 to 4018; 5001 to 5009
Figure 7 (A)
--
G+/VG+ S4
2047 and above; 4024 and above; 5012 and above
--
Figure 7 (B)
<1> The drive will not meet NEMA Type 1 requirements if wiring is exposed outside the enclosure.
Figure 7: Wire Routing Examples
6. Connect the PROFINET CAT5e communication cable to the option connector (CN1) port 1.
To connect the option to a network, firmly connect RJ45 8-pin Shielded Twisted Pair CAT5e cable(s)
into the modular connector ports (see Figure 7).
NOTE:
Do not connect or disconnect the communication cable while the drive is powered up or
while the drive is in operation. Failure to comply may cause a static discharge, which will
cause the option card to stop working properly. Cycle power on the drive and option card
to reestablish functionality.
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Communication Cable Wiring
The dual RJ45 network ports on the option board act as a switch to allow for flexibility in cabling
topology. For example, a traditional star network topology may be employed by using a single port
on the option board. Alternatively, a daisy-chained approach may be employed by using both RJ45
ports. This second approach reduces the requirements of central switch ports.
Figure 8: Topology Options
Communication Cable Specifications
Only use cables recommended for PROFINET. Using a cable not specifically recommended may
cause the option or drive to malfunction.
The use of CAT5e or equivalent Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cable is recommended.
7. Use the second communication cable port to daisy chain a series of drives where applicable.
Connection Diagram
<1> The ground wire provided in the option shipping package must be connected during installation.
Figure 9: Wiring Diagram
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8. Replace and secure the front covers of the drive (F, I) and replace the digital operator (G).
Figure 10: Replace the Front Covers and Digital Operator
NOTE:
Take proper precautions when wiring the option so that the front covers will easily fit back
onto the drive. Make sure no cables are pinched between the front covers and the drive
when replacing the covers.
9. Set drive parameters in Table 5: Parameter Settings for proper option performance.
GSD/GSDML Files
To facilitate network implementation, obtain a GSDML file from the following website:
http://www.magnetek.com/Series4Accessories
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6. Option Related Drive Parameters
The following parameters are used to set up the drive for operation with the Profinet card. Parameter
setting instructions can be found in the drive’s Instruction Manual.
Confirm proper setting of the all parameters in Table 5: Parameter Settings before starting network
communications.
Table 5: Parameter Settings
Parameter
Display
Function
Range
Default
B03-01
<1>
Ref Source 1
Source from where the frequency
reference is generated.
0–4
1 (Set to 3 for
PROFINET)
0
Operator
Digital Operator
1
Terminals
Terminals or Analog Input
2
Serial Com
•
S4-IF Interface Card
•
S4-I AC Digital Input Option
•
S4-IO Digital Input/Output Option
•
DI-A3 Digital Input Option (not used for
B03-02)
Serial communication
•
3
4
Option PCB
Pulse Input
RS485/422 Serial Communications
(R+, R-, S+, S-)
Industrial Communication Option
card (Port CN5-A)
•
EtherNet/IP
•
Modbus TCP/IP
•
PROFINET
•
PROFIBUS-DP
Pulse input via Terminal RP (H0601)
<1> To start and stop the drive with the option master device using serial communications, set B03-02 to 3. To control the drive frequency
reference via the master device, set B03-01 to 3.
<2> If F06-01 is set to 4: Alarm Only, then the drive will continue to operate when a bUS error or an EF0 fault is detected. Take proper
safety measures, such as installing an emergency stop switch.
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Parameter
Display
Function
Range
Default
B03-02
<1>
Run Source 1
Source from where the RUN
command is generated.
0–3
1 (Set to 3 for
PROFINET)
0
Operator
Digital Operator
1
Terminals
Terminals
Stopping method at
communication error.
0–4
1
Option External Fault
0, 1
0
Option External Fault
0–4
1
Fref PrioritySel
Selects how multi-step speed
inputs are treated when the
NetRef command is set.
0, 1
0
0
Net/Com REF
Multi-step reference disabled
1
MultiStep Speed
0, 1
0
2
Serial Com
•
S4-IF Interface Card
•
S4-I AC Digital Input Option
•
S4-IO Digital Input/Output Option
•
DI-A3 Digital Input Option (not used for
B03-02)
Serial communication
•
3
F06-01
F06-02
F06-03
F06-07
F06-08
Option PCB
Com Bus Flt Sel
0
Decel to Stop
1
Coast to Stop
2
Fast-Stop
3
Use B3-03 Method
4
Alarm Only <2>
EF0 Detection
0
Always Detected
1
Only During Run
EF0 Fault Action
0
Decel to Stop
1
Coast to Stop
2
Fast-Stop
3
Use B3-03 Method
4
Alarm Only <2>
RS485/422 Serial Communications
(R+, R-, S+, S-)
Industrial Communication Option
card (Port CN5-A)
•
EtherNet/IP
•
Modbus TCP/IP
•
PROFINET
•
PROFIBUS-DP
Multi-step reference enabled
Com Prm Init Sel
Determines whether
communication-related
parameters (F06-XX and F07-XX)
are reset when the drive is
initialized using A01-05
0
Init Com Prms
Communication-related
parameters (F06-XX and F07-XX)
are not reset when the drive is
initialized using A01-05.
1
No Init Com Prms
Reset all communication-related
parameters (F06-XX and F07-XX)
when the drive is initialized using
A01-05.
<1> To start and stop the drive with the option master device using serial communications, set B03-02 to 3. To control the drive frequency
reference via the master device, set B03-01 to 3.
<2> If F06-01 is set to 4: Alarm Only, then the drive will continue to operate when a bUS error or an EF0 fault is detected. Take proper
safety measures, such as installing an emergency stop switch.
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Table 6: F7 Parameter Settings
Parameter
Display
Description
Default
F07-01 to
F07-04
IP Address
Sets static IP address of the SI-EP3 option when
parameter F07-13=0.
NOTE:
Parameter F07-01 sets the most
significant octet.
192 168 1 20
F07-05 to
F07-08
Subnet Mask
Sets static Subnet Mask of network connection.
NOTE:
Parameter F07-05 sets the most
significant octet.
255 255 255 0
F07-09 to
F07-12
Gateway Address
Sets static Gateway address of network connection.
NOTE:
Parameter F07-09 sets the most
significant octet.
192 168 1 1
F07-13
IP Add Mode Sel
Sets how the option card IP address is set at start up 2
F07-14
F07-15
0
User Defined
1
BOOTP
2
DHCP
Duplex Mode Selection Sets how the communication between host/client will 1
be determined.
0
Half Duplex
1
Auto Negotiate
2
Full Duplex
Baud Rate
Sets the communication speed for the option card.
10
10 10 Mbps
100 100 Mbps
F07-23 to
F07-27*
F07-33 to
F07-37*
H05-11
Dynamic Output
Assembly Parameters
(SI-EP3/V Firmware
Version VST800250)
Configurable outputs 1 to 5.
0
If a value other than 0 is assigned to parameters
F07-23 to F07-27 and F07-33 to F07-37 by the drive,
that value will take precedent over a value set by the
configuration software. If the value in the drive is 0
(default), the value from the configuration software
will be used.
Dynamic Output
Assembly Parameters
(SI-EP3/V Firmware
Version VST800251)
Configurable outputs 1 to 5.
If a value other than 0 is assigned in the
configuration software, those values will be used;
otherwise, the values of the drive parameters set in
parameters F07-23 to F07-27 and F07-33 to F07-37
will be used.
Dynamic Input
Assembly Parameters
(SI-EP3/V Firmware
Version VST800250)
Configurable inputs 1 to 5.
0
If a value other than 0 is assigned to parameters
F07-23 to F07-27 and F07-33 to F07-37 by the drive,
that value will take precedent over a value set by the
configuration software. If the value in the drive is 0
(default), the value from the configuration software
will be used.
Dynamic Input
Assembly Parameters
(SI-EP3/V Firmware
Version VST800251)
Configurable inputs 1 to 5.
If a value other than 0 is assigned in the
configuration software, those values will be used;
otherwise, the values of the drive parameters set in
parameters F07-23 to F07-27 and F07-33 to F07-37
will be used.
Enter CommandSel
1
0
Enter Required
Drive requires an Enter command before accepting
any changes to parameter settings.
1
No EnterRequired
Parameter changes are activated immediately
without the Enter command.
* Not visible before 14706 firmware.
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Table 7: Option Monitors
Parameter
Code
Display
Description
Value Range
U06-80 to
U06-83
Online IP Address
SI-EP3 IP Address, U06-80 is the most significant
octet.
0–255
U06-84 to
U06-87
Online Subnet
Subnet, U06-84 is the most significant octet.
0–255
U06-88 to
U06-91
Online Gateway
Gateway, U06-88 is the most significant octet.
0–255
U06-92
Online Speed
Port 1 Link Speed
10, 100
U06-93
Online Duplex
Port 1 Duplex Setting
0: Half; 1: Full
U06-94
Online Duplex
Port 2 Link Speed
0: Half; 1: Full
U06-95
Online Duplex
Port 2 Duplex Setting
0: Half; 1: Full
U06-98
First Fault
First Option Board Fault
--
U06-99
Current Fault
Current Option Board Fault
--
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7. PROFINET Messaging
PROFINET Overview
This section describes the communication profile used between the PROFINET I/O network and the
option.
The option supports the PROFIdrive profile. Users can select between the control and status words
according to the PROFIdrive profile or use the Magnetek-specific control and status words.
PROFIdrive Communication Profile
The Control Word and the Status Word
The contents of the Control Word and the Status Word are detailed in Table 8: Control Word for
PROFIdrive Communication Profile and Table 9: Status Word for the PROFIdrive Communication
Profile, respectively. The drive states are presented in the PROFIdrive State Machine (Figure 11).
Frequency Reference
The Frequency Reference is a 16-bit word containing a sign bit and a 15-bit integer. A negative
reference (indicating reverse direction of rotation) is formed by calculating the two's complement
from the corresponding positive reference. The reference value is the desired output frequency.
Output Frequency
Output Frequency is a 16-bit word containing the current output frequency (U01-02) of the drive.
Table 8: Control Word for PROFIdrive Communication Profile
Bit
0
Name
Value
Proceed to STATE/Description
ON
1
Proceed to READY TO OPERATE.
OFF1
0
Emergency OFF. Proceed to OFF1 ACTIVE; proceed
further to READY TO SWTICH ON unless other
interlocks (OFF2, OFF3) are active
1
Continue operation (OFF2 inactive).
0
Emergency OFF. Proceed to OFF2 ACTIVE; proceed
further to SWITCH-ON INHIBIT.
1
Continue operation (OFF3 inactive).
0
Emergency stop. Proceed to OFF3 ACTIVE; proceed
further to SWITCH-ON INHIBIT.
1
Proceed to ENABLE OPERATION.
0
Inhibit operation. Proceed to OPERATION INHIBIT.
1
Normal operation. Proceed to RAMP FUNCTION
GENERATOR: ENABLE OUTPUT.
0
Stop according to selected stop type.
1
Normal operation.
0
Proceed to RAMP FUNCTION GENERATOR:
ENABLE ACCELERATOR. Halt ramping (Ramp
Function Generator output held).
1
OFF2
2
OFF3
3
OPERATION_
ENABLE
4
RAMP_OUT_ZERO
5
RAMP_HOLD
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Bit
Name
Value
Proceed to STATE/Description
Normal operation. Proceed to OPERATING.
6
RAMP_IN_ZERO
7
RESET
8
INCHING_1
9
INCHING_2
10
REMOTE_CMD
11 to 15
--
1
NOTE:
This bit is effective only if the fieldbus
interface is set as the source for this
signal by drive parameters.
0
Force Ramp Function Generator input to zero.
0 -> 1
Fault reset if an active fault exists. Proceed to
SWITCH ON INHIBIT.
0
(Continue normal operation)
--
Inching 1. (Not supported)
--
Inching 2. (Not supported)
1
Network control enabled.
0
Network control disabled.
--
Reserved.
Table 9: Status Word for the PROFIdrive Communication Profile
Bit
Name
0
RDY_ON
1
RDY_RUN
2
RDY_RUN
3
TRIPPED
4
OFF_2_STA
5
OFF_3_STA
6
SWC_ON_INHIB
7
ALARM
8
Value
Proceed to STATE/Description
1
READY TO SWITCH ON.
0
NOT READY TO SWITCH ON.
1
READY TO OPERATE.
0
OFF1 ACTIVE.
1
ENABLE OPERATION.
0
DISABLE OPERATION.
1
FAULT.
0
No fault.
1
OFF2 inactive.
0
OFF2 ACTIVE.
1
OFF3 inactive.
0
OFF3 ACTIVE.
1
SWITCH-ON INHIBIT ACTIVE.
0
SWITCH-ON INHIBIT NOT ACTIVE.
1
Warning/Alarm.
0
No Warning/Alarm.
1
OPERATING. Actual value equals reference value
(i.e., is within tolerance limits).
0
Actual value differs from reference value (i.e., is
outside tolerance limits).
AT_SETPOINT
1
Drive control location: REMOTE.
0
Drive control location: LOCAL.
ABOVE_LIMIT
--
Not supported.
--
--
Reserved.
9
REMOTE
10
11 to 15
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Figure 11: PROFIdrive State Machine
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Magnetek-Specific Control and Status Words
The Control Word and the Status Word
The contents of the Control Word and the Status Word are detailed in Table 10: Magnetek-Specific
Control Word and Status Word.
Frequency Reference
Frequency Reference is a 16-bit word containing the desired output frequency.
Output Frequency
Output Frequency is a 16-bit word containing the current output frequency of the drive.
Table 10: Magnetek-Specific Control Word and Status Word
Magnetek-Specific Control Word
Magnetek-Specific Status Word
Bit
Description
Bit
Description
0
Run Bit
0
Running
1
Reverse run bit
1
Zero Speed
2
EF0
2
Reverse Operation
3
Fault Reset
3
Reset Signal Input Active
4
ComFref
4
At Speed
5
ComCtrl
5
Ready
6
DI3
6
Alarm
7
DI4
7
Fault
8
DI5
8
oPE Fault
9
DI6
9
Uv Return
10
DI7
10
2nd Motor
11
DI8
11
ZSV
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8. Communication
This section describes the PROFINET IO messaging used in communication with the drive.
For detailed information on PROFINET IO communication, refer to the PROFINET specification
Application Layer protocol for decentralized periphery and distributed automation v2.0 available at
www.profibus.com.
Introduction to PROFINET IO
PROFINET IO is a fieldbus protocol that enables communication between programmable controllers
and distributed field devices in an Ethernet network. The protocol classifies devices into IO
controllers, IO supervisors, and IO devices, which have a specific collection of services.
PROFINET IO uses three different communication channels to exchange data. The standard UDP/
IP and TCP/IP channel is used for parameterization and configuration of devices and for acyclic
operations. The Real Time (RT) channel is used for cyclic data transfer and alarms. The third
channel, Isochronous Real Time (IRT) channel, is used e.g. in motion control applications (not
implemented in SI-EP3).
PROFINET IO devices are structured in slots and sub-slots, which can contain modules and submodules correspondingly. Devices can have almost any number of slots and sub-slots and they can
be virtual or real. Device specific data is represented in slot 0; module and sub-module specific data
in subsequent slots and sub-slots.
One of the benefits of PROFINET IO is the diagnostics and alarm mechanism. Every module and
sub-module provide alarm data to the IO controller using the cyclic channel. Diagnostic data can be
read non-cyclically from the device by using record data.
Properties and services of a PROFINET IO device are described in a GSD file that is written in
General Station Description Markup Language (GSDML). The GSD file describes the device specific
modules and the method of assigning modules and sub-modules to predefined slots and sub-slots.
PROFINET IO in SI-EP3
The decision to use either the PROFIdrive control and status words or the Magnetek-specific control
and status words is done in a hardware configuration tool (customer-supplied). The default value is
the Magnetek-specific format.
SI-EP3 uses slots 0 and 1. Slot 0 does not have any sub-slots and the attached device access point
(DAP) module represents the device. Other functional modules and sub-modules described in the
GSD file can be assigned to slot 1 and its sub-slots.
•
Slot 0 = Device access point (DAP)
•
Slot 1, sub-slot 1 = Standard telegram 1, Standard telegram 1 + 5 configurable inputs, outputs,
Forty byte IO with 5 configurable input, outputs
The services provided by the SI-EP3 option can be defined using the F07-XX parameters in the drive
or by using a configuration tool. To define the service using the F07-XX parameters, set the
parameter to a value other than 0.
If all F07-XX parameters are set to 0, the value from the configuration tool will be used.
The SI-EP3 option provides the following services:
•
Cyclic messaging in PROFIdrive or Magnetek-specific mode
•
Acyclic parameter access mechanism
•
Identification & Maintenance functions (I&M0)
•
PROFIdrive parameters
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Diagnostic and alarm mechanism
•
Fault buffer mechanism
Magnetek SI-EP3 PROFINET I/O Modules
Std Tgm 1
Table 11: Std Tgm 1 Consume
Bytes
Description
0
Control Word MSB
1
Control Word LSB
2
Frequency Reference MSB
3
Frequency Reference LSB
Table 12: Std Tgm 1 Produce
Bytes
Description
0
Status Word MSB
1
Status Word LSB
2
Output Frequency MSB
3
Output Frequency LSB
Std Tgm 1 + 5 PZD
Table 13: Std Tgm 1 + 5 PZD Consume
Bytes
Description
0
Control Word MSB
1
Control Word LSB
2
Frequency Reference MSB
3
Frequency Reference LSB
4
Configurable Output 1 MSB
5
Configurable Output 1 LSB
6
Configurable Output 2 MSB
7
Configurable Output 2 LSB
8
Configurable Output 3 MSB
9
Configurable Output 3 LSB
10
Configurable Output 4 MSB
11
Configurable Output 4 LSB
12
Configurable Output 5 MSB
13
Configurable Output 5 LSB
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Table 14: Std Tgm 1 + 5 PZD Produce
Bytes
Description
0
Status Word MSB
1
Status Word LSB
2
Output Frequency MSB
3
Output Frequency LSB
4
Configurable Input 1 MSB
5
Configurable Input 1 LSB
6
Configurable Input 2 MSB
7
Configurable Input 2 LSB
8
Configurable Input 3 MSB
9
Configurable Input 3 LSB
10
Configurable Input 4 MSB
11
Configurable Input 4 LSB
12
Configurable Input 5 MSB
13
Configurable Input 5 LSB
Forty Byte IO
Table 15: Forty Byte IO Consume
Bytes
Description
0
Control Word MSB
1
Control Word LSB
2
Frequency Reference MSB
3
Frequency Reference LSB
4
Torque Reference MSB
5
Torque Reference LSB
6
Torque Compensation MSB
7
Torque Compensation LSB
8
Reserved
9
Reserved
10
Reserved
11
Reserved
12
Analog Output 1 MSB
13
Analog Output 1 LSB
14
Analog Output 2 MSB
15
Analog Output 2 LSB
16
Digital Outputs MSB
17
Digital Outputs LSB
18
Reserved
19
Reserved
20
Reserved
21
Reserved
22
Reserved
23
Reserved
24
Reserved
25
Reserved
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Bytes
Description
26
Reserved
27
Reserved
28
Reserved
29
Reserved
30
Configurable Output 1 MSB
31
Configurable Output 1 LSB
32
Configurable Output 2 MSB
33
Configurable Output 2 LSB
34
Configurable Output 3 MSB
35
Configurable Output 3 LSB
36
Configurable Output 4 MSB
37
Configurable Output 4 LSB
38
Configurable Output 5 MSB
39
Configurable Output 5 LSB
Table 16: Forty Byte IO Produce
Bytes
Description
0
Status Word MSB
1
Status Word LSB
2
Output Frequency MSB
3
Output Frequency LSB
4
Torque Reference MSB
5
Torque Reference LSB
6
PG Count Value MSB
7
PG Count Value LSB
8
Motor Speed MSB
9
Motor Speed LSB
10
Frequency Reference Monitor MSB
11
Frequency Reference Monitor LSB
12
Output Current MSB
13
Output Current LSB
14
Analog Input 1 MSB
15
Analog Input 1 LSB
16
DC Bus Voltage MSB
17
DC Bus Voltage LSB
18
Fault Code MSB
19
Fault Code LSB
20
Alarm Code MSB
21
Alarm Code LSB
22
Output Power MSB
23
Output Power LSB
24
Analog Input 2 MSB
25
Analog Input 2 LSB
26
Digital Inputs MSB
27
Digital Inputs LSB
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Bytes
Description
28
Analog Input 3 MSB
29
Analog Input 3 LSB
30
Configurable Input 1 MSB
31
Configurable Input 1 LSB
32
Configurable Input 2 MSB
33
Configurable Input 2 LSB
34
Configurable Input 3 MSB
35
Configurable Input 3 LSB
36
Configurable Input 4 MSB
37
Configurable Input 4 LSB
38
Configurable Input 5 MSB
39
Configurable Input 5 LSB
Cyclic Messaging
SI-EP3 supports cycle times of 8 to 512 ms.
CW: Control Word
SW: Status Word
REF: Reference
ACT: Actual Value
PZD: Configurable inputs and outputs
Magnetek Acyclic Parameter Access Mechanism
All drive parameters can be read and written under address 0x8000 by performing a read or write
with the index value of the corresponding parameter address in the drive. Refer to the Series 4
Instruction Manual for a list of these parameter addresses.
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PROFIdrive Acyclic Parameter Access Mechanism
A PROFIdrive acyclic parameter access mechanism can be used to access PROFIdrive parameters
and drive parameters using an index of 0xB02E and the structure in Figure 12 for write and read
requests.
Requests and responses between the IO device and the IO controller or the IO supervisor are
transferred with the Record Data Objects.
Figure 12: PROFIdrive Acyclic Parameter Access Mechanism Structure
A write request is first sent containing the parameter request.
If the write request is valid, the SI-EP3 acknowledges it with request accepted. The master then
sends a read request. If the SI-EP3 is still busy performing the internal parameter request, it will
return a negative response with the error code “0xB5” (State conflict). In this case, the master
repeats the read request until the SI-EP3 has the PROFIdrive response data ready.
If the write request is invalid, a negative response is returned with an error code.
Base Mode Parameter Access - Local
The DO-ID field in the Record Data Object request header is not evaluated by the parameter
manager. Parameters can be read through any slot in the configuration.
Table 17: Response Error Codes
Byte
ErrorCode
ErrorDecode
Value and Meaning
0xDF (Error Write)
0xDE (Error Read)
0x80 (PNIORW) ErrorCode1 decoded according to Table 18.
ErrorCode2 is 0.
0x81 (PNIO) ErrorCode1 and ErrorCode2 decoded according to Table
18.
ErrorCode1
Error class and error code (Refer to Table 18).
ErrorCode2
Not described
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Table 18: ErrorCode1 with PNIORW Decoding
Error class
0...9
Meaning
(Reserved)
Error Code
-0 = Read error
1 = Write error
2 = Module failure
10 (0x0A)
Application
3...7 = Reserved
8 = Version conflict
9 = Feature not supported
10...15 = User-specific
0 = Invalid index
1 = Write length error
2 = Invalid slot
3 = Type conflict
4 = Invalid area
11 (0x0B)
Access
5 = State conflict
6 = Access denied
7 = Invalid range
8 = Invalid parameter
9 = Invalid type
10...15 = User-specific
0 = Read constraint conflict
1 = Write constraint conflict
12 (0x0C)
Resource
2 = Resource busy
3 = Resource unavailable
4...7 = Reserved
8...15 = User-specific
13...15
User-specific
--
The Read block is used in read requests and responses. The Write block is used in write requests
and responses. The request consists of unique identifiers for the connection, addressing information
and length of the record data. The response also contains two additional fields for transferring
information.
Table 19: Structure of the Read and Write Blocks
Field(s)
Description
Range
Type
Service
Request or Response service.
Request (0x00)
Response (0x80)
UI8
Operation
Read or Write operation.
Write (0x08)
Read (0x09)
UI8
Block length
Length of the block.
0 … 0xFFFF
UI16
ARUUID
Identifier
- time low
- time mid
- time high and version - clock node
--
UI32
UI16
UI16
Octet[2]
Octet[6]
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Field(s)
Description
Range
Device Access Point (0x0000)
Type
API
Application Process Identifier
Slot
Slot of the Module Access Point
(MAP/PAP)
0x01
UI16
Sub-slot
Sub-slot of the Module Access
Point (MAP/PAP)
0x01
UI16
Padding
2 bytes
Index
Index of the Record Data Object
0x0001 - 0x7FFF
0xB02E
UI16
Data length
Length of the data block
0…0xFFFFFFFF
UI32
Additional value 1
(response only)
Field for transferring additional
data
--
UI16
Additional value 2
(response only)
Field for transferring additional
data
--
UI16
Padding
24 bytes for request, 20 bytes for response.
Data block
Used only with write request and read response.
PROFIdrive (0x3A00)
UI32
Data block contains PROFIdrive specific request or response header.
Table 20: PROFIdrive Request Header
Field(s)
Description
Range
Byte/Word
Unique identification set by the master.
Changed for each new request.
1 … 255
Byte
Request ID
Request type for the issued block.
Request Parameter
(0x01)
Change Parameter
(0x02)
Byte
DO-ID
To be set to 0x01.
0 … 255
Byte
No. of Parameters
Number of parameters that are present in
the request.
1
Byte
Attribute
Type of object being accessed.
Value (0x10)
Byte
No. of Elements
Number of array elements accessed or
length of string accessed. Set to 0 if nonarray parameters are used.
0, 1 … 234
Byte
Parameter Index
(group)
Address of the PROFIdrive parameter that
is being accessed. Also “1” is allowed by SIEP3 to access drive parameters.
1 … 65535
Drive parameter group when accessing
drive parameters.
Word
Subindex
(parameter)
Addresses the first array element of the
parameter.
Drive parameter number when accessing
drive parameters.
0 … 65535
Word
Format <1>
Refer to Table 22 for details.
--
Byte
Number of Values
<1>
Number of values following.
1
Byte
Request Reference
<1> Only when Request ID is 0x02 (Change Parameter). The Format, Number of Values, and Value Fields are repeated for other
parameters.
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Field(s)
Values <1>
Description
Range
The values of the request. In case of odd
Varies based on value
number of bytes, a zero byte is appended to
ensure the word structure of the telegram.
Byte/Word
See Format
Field
<1> Only when Request ID is 0x02 (Change Parameter). The Format, Number of Values, and Value Fields are repeated for other
parameters.
Table 21: PROFIdrive Response Header
Field(s)
Description
Range
Response
Reference
Mirrored from the request.
1 … 255
Response ID
Response from the slave. In the event that
requested services fail, a “not
acknowledged” (NAK) response will be
indicated.
Request Param OK (0x01) Request Param
NAK (0x81) Change Param OK (0x02)
Change Param NAK (0x82)
DO-ID
To be set to 1.
0 … 255
No. of
Parameters
Number of parameters that are present in
the response.
1… 37
Format <1>
Refer to Table 22 for details.
--
Number of
Values <1>
Number of values following.
0 … 234
The values of the request.
When there is an odd number of bytes, a
zero byte is appended to ensure the word
structure of the telegram.
Varies based on value
Values <1>
<1> Only when Request ID is 0x01 (Request Parameter OK). The Format, Number of Values, and Value Fields are repeated for other
parameters.
Table 22: Data Types for Format Field
Code
Type
0x00
(Reserved)
0x01…0x36
Standard data types
0x37…0x3F
(Reserved)
0x40
Zero
0x41
Byte
0x42
Word
0x43
Double word
0x44
Error
0x45 … 0xFF
(Reserved)
Table 23: PROFIdrive Parameter Request Error Codes
Error
Meaning
Used at
0x00
Impermissible parameter number
Access to unavailable parameter
0x01
Parameter value cannot be
changed
Change access to a parameter value that cannot be
changed
0x02
Low or high limit exceeded
Change access with value outside the limits
0x03
Invalid subindex
Access to unavailable subindex
0x04
No array
Access with subindex to non-indexed parameter
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Error
Meaning
Used at
0x05
Incorrect data type
Change access with value that does not match the
data type of the parameter
0x06
Setting not permitted (can only be
reset)
Change access with value unequal to 0 when this is
not permitted
0x07
Description element cannot be
changed
Change access to a description element that cannot
be changed
0x09
No description data available
Access to unavailable description (parameter value
is available)
0x0B
No operation priority
Change access rights without rights to change
parameters
0x0F
No text array available
Access to text array that is not available (parameter
value is available)
0x11
Request cannot be executed
because of operating mode
Access is temporarily not possible for reasons that
are not specified in detail
0x14
Value impermissible
Change access with a value that is within limits but is
not permissible for other long term reasons
(parameter with defined single values)
0x15
Response too long
The length of the current response exceeds the
maximum transmittable length
0x16
Parameter address impermissible
Illegal value or value that is not supported for the
attribute, number of elements, parameter number or
sub-index, or a combination
0x17
Illegal format
Write request: Illegal format or format of parameter
data that is not supported
0x18
Number of values inconsistent
Write request: Number of values of parameter data
does not match number of elements at the parameter
address
0x19
DO nonexistent
Request to DO, which does not exist
0x65… 0xFF
Manufacturer-specific
--
0x65
Vendor-specific error
Vendor-specific error
0x66
Request not supported
Request not supported
0x67
Communication error
Request cannot be completed because of
communication error
0x6F
Time-out error
Request aborted due to time-out
0x78
PZD map failure
Parameter cannot be mapped to PZD (size
mismatch or non-existent)
0x79
PZD map failure
Parameter cannot be mapped to PZD (size
mismatch or non-existent)
0x7A
Multiple PZD map
Parameter cannot be mapped to PZD (multiple PZD
write)
0x8C
Set torque mode error
Cannot change mode to TORQUE (frequency is
used)
0x90
Illegal Request ID
The request ID of the response is illegal
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Parameter Data Transfer Examples
The following example shows how parameter data is transferred using the acyclic parameter access
mechanism's READ and WRITE.
Example 1: Reading a drive parameter
To read a Magnetek Drive parameter, use the PNU of 1 and the actual address of the parameter in
the SubIndex.
Write Request (Read Parameter Value)
Positive Read Response to Read Request
PROFIdrive Parameter Channel
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Negative Response to PROFIdrive Read Request
PROFIdrive Profile-Specific Parameters
PROFIdrive parameters contain data of the drive in standard form. Table 24 describes the supported
PROFIdrive parameters.
Table 24: Profile-Specific Parameters
Parameter
R/W
Data Type
Description
922
R
Unsigned16
Telegram selection
944
R
Unsigned16
Fault message counter
947
R
Array [5] Unsigned16
Fault number. (coded according to DRIVECOM
profile) Subindex Contents, see parameter 945.
964
R
Array [6] Unsigned16
Device identification Subindex Contents 0
Manufacturer 1 Device type 2 Version 3
Firmware date (year) 4 Firmware date (day/
month) 5 Number of Drive Objects (DO)
965
R
Octet String2
Profile number of this device. 0328h = Profile 3,
Version 40
967
R
Unsigned16
Control word (CW)
968
R
Unsigned16
Status word (SW)
Software reset Value Description 0 No action 1
Power-cycle PROFINET IO module.
The parameter must do a zero-to-one transition
and the motor must be stopped.
972
R/W
Unsigned16
977
R/W
Unsigned16
Stores parameters to non-volatile memory Value
Description 0 No action 1 Stores parameters.
The parameter must do a zero-to-one transition
and the motor must be stopped.
61000
R
VisibleString24
Name of station
61001
R
Unsigned32
IP of station
61002
R
Array [6] Unsigned8
MAC of station
61003
R
Unsigned32
Default gateway of station
61004
R
Unsigned32
Subnet mask of station
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Fault Buffer Mechanism
The PROFIdrive profile has a mechanism that can store five fault situations to PROFIdrive
parameters. Fault and diagnostic data, like fault number and fault code, can be accessed
simultaneously with only one subindex. The mechanism consists of two PROFIdrive parameters:
•
PNU944: Fault message counter
•
PNU947: Fault numbers according to value in U02-01
Option High Priority Alarm Codes
These codes are transmitted as Manufacturer Specific Diagnostic high priority alarms that can be
seen in the PLC configuration software. These high priority codes are the same codes that appear in
the drive manual, except with an offset of 0x1000.
Table 25: PROFINET Option High Priority Alarm Codes
Drive Alarm
Code (hex) <1>
Description
Corrective Action
1000
None
1001
DC Bus Fuse Open (PUF)
--
1002
DC Bus Undervolt (Uv1)
Input power fluctuation too large.
1003
CTL PS Undervolt (Uv2)
Cycle drive power and replace drive if fault continues
1004
MC Answerback (Uv3)
1005
Short Circuit (SC)
•
•
1006
Ground Fault (GF)
Check for motor and/or cable damage
Output Transistor Failure. Replace the drive.
Cycle drive power and replace drive if fault continues
Check drive wiring
Cycle drive power and replace drive if fault continues
1007
Over Current (oC)
1008
DC Bus Overvolt (oV)
•
•
Check motor, motor load, and accel/decel rates
Check incoming voltage
Check deceleration time
1009
Heatsink Overtemp (oH)
•
•
Check ambient temperature
Check drive cooling fan
100A
Heatsink max Temp (oH1)
100B
Motor Overload (oL1)
•
•
Check the load, accel/decel, and cycle times
Check motor rated current (E02-01)
100C
Inv Overload (oL2)
•
•
Check the load, accel/decel, and cycle times
Check the drive rating
100D
Overtorque Det 1 (OT1)
•
•
Check L06-02 and L06-03 settings
Check system mechanics
100E
Overtorque Det 2 (OT2)
•
•
Check L06-05 and L06-06 settings
Check system mechanics
100F
DynBrk Transistor (rr)
Check drive cooling fan
Cycle drive power and replace drive if fault continues
1010
DynBrk Resistor (rH)
Check load, operating speed, and deceleration time
1011
External Fault 3 (EF3)
1012
External Fault 4 (EF4)
•
•
1013
External Fault 5 (EF5)
1014
External Fault 6 (EF6)
1015
External Fault 7 (EF7)
1016
External Fault 8 (EF8)
1017
Heatsink Fan (FAn)
MFDI set to external fault
Circuit at terminal is closed
Check drive cooling fan
<1> Drive error code is stored in MEMOBUS/Modbus address 0080 hex.
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Drive Alarm
Code (hex) <1>
Description
1018
Overspeed Det (oS)
•
•
Check reference and reference gain
Check F01-24 and F01-25 settings
1019
Speed Deviation (dEV)
•
•
Check load, accel/decel times, and system mechanics
Check F01-27 and F01-28 settings
101A
PG Open (PGO15)
101B
Input Phase Loss (PF)
101C
Output Phase Loss (LF)
101D
None
101E
Operator Disconnected
(oPr)
101F
EEPROM R/W Error (Err)
1020
None
1021
Comm Error (bUS)
Corrective Action
Check PG card connections
Excessive input voltage fluctuation
•
•
Check for broken wire/loose terminals
Check motor rating
--
Reconnect the digital operation
Cycle drive power and replace drive if fault continues
-•
•
Check network cable connections
Check 24 VDC power supply voltage
1022
Check option installation and connections
1023
Cycle drive power and replace option or drive if fault continues
1024
1025
Out of Control (CF)
•
•
Check motor parameters
Auto-tune
1027
External Fault 0 (EF0)
•
•
•
Check PLC program
Check MI switch setting
Check option LEDs for fault indication
<1> Drive error code is stored in MEMOBUS/Modbus address 0080 hex.
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Option Low Priority Alarm Codes
These codes are transmitted as Manufacturer Specific Diagnostic low priority alarms that can be
seen in the PLC configuration software. These low priority codes are the same codes that appear in
the drive manual, except with an offset of 0x0400.
Table 26: PROFINET Option Low Priority Alarm Codes
Drive Alarm
Code (hex)
<1>
Drive Alarm
Code (hex)
<1>
Description
Description
0401
Undervoltage (Uv)
042E
Maintenance Required Alert (MNT)
0402
Overvoltage (ov)
042F
Klixon Circuit Alarm (KLX)
0403
Heatsink Overhead (oH)
0431
Option Watchdog Error (E5)
0404
Drive Overheat (oH2)
0432
Option Station Address Setting Error (AEr)
0405
Overtorque 1 (OT1)
0433
Option Comm. Cycle Setting Error (CyC)
0406
Overtorque 2 (OT2)
0434
High Current Alarm (HCA)
0407
Run Command Input Error (EF)
0435
Cooling Fan Maintenance Time (LT-1)
0408
Drive Baseblock (bb)
4036
Capacitor Maintenance Time (LT-2)
0409
External Fault 3, input terminal S3 (EF3)
0438
Option EEPROM Error (EEP)
040A
External Fault 4, input terminal S4 (EF4)
0439
External Fault (input terminal S1) (EF1)
040B
External Fault 5, input terminal S5 (EF5)
043A
External Fault (input terminal S2) (EF2)
040C
External Fault 6, input terminal S6 (EF6)
043B
Safe Disable Input (HbbF)
040D
External Fault 7, input terminal S7 (EF7)
043C
Safe Disable Input (Hbb)
040E
External Fault 8, input terminal S8 (EF8)
043D
Mechanical Weakening Detection 1 (oL5)
040F
Cooling Fan Error (FAn)
043E
Mechanical Weakening Detection 2 (UL5)
0410
Overspeed (oS)
043F
PLC Alarm (PA1)
0411
Excessive Speed Deviation (dEv)
0440
PLC Alarm (PA2)
0412
PG Disconnected (PGO15)
0441
Output Voltage Detection Fault (voF)
0414
MEMOBUS/Modbus Comm. Error (CE)
0442
IGBT Maintenance Time (90%) (TrPC)
0415
Option Communication Error (bUS)
0443
Soft Charge Bypass Relay Maintenance
Time (LT-3)
0416
Serial Comm. Transmission Error (CALL)
0444
IGBT Maintenance Time (50%) (LT-4)
0417
Motor Overload (oL1)
0445
Braking Transistor Overload (boL)
0418
Drive Overload (oL2)
0448
Motor Overheat (NTC Input) (oH5)
041A
Option Card External Fault (EF0)
0449
Load Check (LC)
041B
Motor Switch Command Input during Run
(rUn)
044A
Upper Limit 3 Error (UL3)
041D
Serial Comm. Transmission Error (CALL)
044B
Upper Limit 2 Error (UL2)
041E
Undertorque Detection 1 (UT1)
044C
Lower Limit 2 Error (LL2)
041F
Undertorque Detection 2 (UT2)
044E
Upper Limit 1 Error (UL1)
0420
MEMOBUS/Modbus Test Mode Fault (SE)
044F
Lower Limit 1 Error (LL1)
0422
Motor Overheat (oH3)
0450
Brake Answer Lost (BE0)
0427
PID Feedback Loss (FbL)
0451
Brake Answer 1 (BE4)
0428
PID Feedback Loss (FbH)
0452
Brake Answer 2 (BE5)
042A
Drive Disabled (dnE)
0453
Brake Stop (BE6)
042B
PG Disconnected (PGO1H)
0454
Brake Slipping (BE8)
042D
Slack Cable Fault (SLC)
<1> Drive error code is stored in MEMOBUS/Modbus address 0080 hex.
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Identification and Maintenance Functions (I&M)
The purpose of the I&M functions is to provide support for the customer during commissioning,
parametrization, and repair of the module. SI-EP3 supports I&M function 0, which can be accessed
using the Record data object's read request.
Function
Record Data Index
I&M0
0xAFF0
Structure of the I&M functions is described in the following tables.
Table 27: I&M0 Device Identification (Read-Only)
Content
Size
Description
Header
10 bytes
--
Vendor ID
2 bytes
PROFINET Vendor ID of Yaskawa, which is 0x19F
Order ID
20 bytes
Order number of the SI-EP3 adapter kit (SI-EP3)
Serial number
16 bytes
Serial number of the adapter
Hardware revision
2 bytes
Hardware revision of the SI-EP3 adapter
Software revision
4 bytes
Revision of the software
Revision counter
2 bytes
Number of revision
Profile ID
2 bytes
PROFIdrive (0x3A00)
Profile specific type
2 bytes
No profile specific type (0x0000)
I&M version
2 bytes
Version is 1.1 (0x0101)
Supported I&M functions
2 bytes
I&M0 is supported (0x0001)
Diagnostic and Alarms
SI-EP3 has mechanisms for sending alarms and saving diagnostics data to fault buffer. Alarm will be
triggered if the host or drive has faults in communication or operation. There are three types of faults:
Fault
API/Slot/Sub-slot
Channel Type Error
Drive Fault
0x3A00 / 1 / 1
A fault declared in drive
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Alarm Mechanism
When a fault or alarm situation occurs in the drive, the SI-EP3 adapter will send an alarm
notification, which the master station must acknowledge. Refer to Table 28 for details.
Table 28: Alarm Notification
Attribute
Description
BlockHeader
--
AlarmType
PROFINET specific alarm type
API
0x3A00 (PROFIdrive profile)
SlotNumber
Slot number of the Drive Object (DO)
SubslotNumber
Sub-slot number of the sub-slot to which the
diagnosis object is related
ModuleIdentNumber
Module Ident number of the DO
SubmoduleIdentNumber
0xFFFF
AlarmSpecifier
Diagnosis Type
UserStructureIdentifier
0x8000 (Channel Diagnosis Data)
ChannelNumber
0
ChannelProperties
0x0800 Diagnosis Appears
0x1000 Diagnosis Appears
ChannelErrorType
Error code of drive fault or drive alarm
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9. Web Interface
The web server interface to the drive option through port 80 allows management of diagnostic
information through a standard web browser. The web page is a Java applet that creates a tabbed
web page. The available tabs include:
•
Main Tab
•
Drive Status Tab
•
Network Tab
•
Doc links Tab
•
Email Alerts Tab
•
Parameter Access Tab <1>
•
Configuration Tab <1>
•
Custom Tab
<1> The Parameter Access and Configuration tabs are only accessible after entering a valid
password.
NOTE:
PCs must have Java SE 6 Update 14 or later installed to view the web pages. PCs without
Java will display web pages with limited features.
Access the web server interface by typing the IP address of the SI-EP3 option in a web browser
address.
Example: "http://192.168.1.20"
The SI-EP3 IP Address is available using drive digital operator to access Option Monitors U06-80 to
U06-83. Refer to “Option Monitors” on page 24.
Main Tab
The Main tab shows basic option information such as IP address, MAC address, and firmware
version.
Figure 13: Main Tab View
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Drive Status Tab
The Drive Status tab shows basic I/O information and drive state information.
Figure 14: Drive Status Tab View
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Network Tab
The Network tab shows the status of the option network traffic and the status of open I/O
connections.
Figure 15: Network Tab View
Table 29: Network Monitor Descriptions
Network Monitor
Explanation
Msg Tx OK
Cumulative number of messages transmit successfully from SI-EP3.
Msg Rx OK
Cumulative number of messages received successfully to SI-EP3.
Current Connections
Current number of open connections.
Control Connection Delta The time between the last two writes to the Control register, MEMOBUS/Modbus
Time
address 0001H.
Msg Tx Dropped
Cumulative number of messages dropped due to output network buffer being full
and unable to hold the new message.
Msg Rx Dropped
Cumulative number of messages dropped due to input network buffer being full
and unable to hold the new message.
Collisions
Cumulative number of collisions (half duplex only) reported by the MAC/PHY
(Media Access Control/Physical Connection).
Msg Tx Errors
Cumulative number of transmit underruns and transmit stops reported by the
MAC/PHY.
Msg Rx Errors
Cumulative number of receive overruns, receive stops, and receive error frames
reported by the MAC/PHY.
Tx Retry
Cumulative number of transmits in which the 1st attempt was delayed due to
busy medium reported by the MAC/PHY.
NOTE:
Cumulative counters are reset when the power supply is cycled.
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Doc Links Tab
The Doc links tab contains links to the option documentation on the Yaskawa website.
Figure 16: Doc Links Tab View
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Email Alerts Tab
The Email Alerts tab allows the user to configure four Email Fault/Alarm conditions. When the
condition is true, one email will be sent to the provided email address. Another email will not be sent
until the condition becomes false and then true again. A 30-second timer prevents emails from being
sent when conditions reoccur immediately after being removed. The timer helps limit the amount of
emails sent regarding the same intermittent condition and helps to reduce network traffic by reducing
emails about reoccurring errors.
Figure 17: Email Alerts Tab View
Procedure: Conditional Email Set-up
1. Define the condition that will trigger the email by selecting a monitor parameter, a comparator,
and a value. Set up comparator values for the range of values to check in the chosen condition.
If choosing only one condition and no OR or AND are needed, set the “OR/AND” drop-down
selection to “NotUsed”.
2. Enter the email address where the alert will be sent.
3. Enter the message that will appear in the email contents.
4. Enter the email subject.
5. Click the “Email Active” check box to enable the alert.
Clicking “Save to device” will save the entered information into the option memory.
Clicking “Cancel and reload” will cancel any pending edits and display the most recently saved
settings from the option board.
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Parameter Access Tab
The Parameter Access tab allows the user to read and write parameters from the drive. Write access
is restricted until a valid password is entered.
Figure 18: Parameter Access Tab View
The MEMOBUS/Modbus address for the drive parameter being accessed must be entered in
hexadecimal. The number must begin with “0x” to signify hexadecimal.
Clicking “Read” will load and display the current value of the given MEMOBUS/Modbus Address.
Clicking “Set” will save the given value to the given MEMOBUS/Modbus address.
After a “Read” or “Set” command is given, Status will display “Waiting” while the action is being
carried out, then “Complete” is displayed when finished.
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Configuration Tab
The Configuration tab sets web page behavior parameters. Access is restricted unless a valid
password is entered.
Figure 19: Configuration Tab View
Security Login
Enter a valid password and click “Log in”. The button text will change to “Log out” and the status will
change to “Logged in”.
NOTE:
The default security password is “yaskawa”.
This password can be changed in the “Change Password” section of the tab. Entering a valid
password allows access to the settings in the Configuration tab, Email Alerts tab, and the Parameter
Access tab.
Change Password
To change the password, enter the new password in the “New Password:” and “Confirm Password:”
text boxes, and then click “Change password”. The Status display will change to “Idle,” then
“Changing Password,” and then “Password Changed”. If the passwords in the two text boxes do not
match, the Status will display “Passwords don’t match”.
Option Card
The values displayed in the various tabs are refreshed at the rate defined in the “Applet Refresh
Rate (ms)” text box. Enter values in the range of 1000 ms to 65535 ms (65.535 seconds).
Parameter Security can be enabled or disabled by clicking one of the radio buttons. When “Disabled”
is selected, no password is necessary and all functions in the web pages will be available. When
“Enabled” is selected, a valid password must be entered to edit email settings and to write
parameters.
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Email Settings
The “Email Server IP” text box must contain the IP address of the email server. The subnet address
is configured in drive parameters F07-05 through F07-08. The configured email alerts will use the
server at this address when sending emails.
Enter the email server port in the “Email Port” text box.
The value in the “’From’ Email Address” text box identifies the origin of the email alerts to the
recipient.
Click “Submit Email Parameters” to save the email settings to the option.
Click “Save Configuration Parameters to Flash” to save the entered values from this tab into nonvolatile memory. These values will then be remembered after cycling power.
General Settings
Click “Save Options Card Parameters” to save the Applet Refresh Rate and the Parameter Security
settings to the option.
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Custom Tab
The Custom tab displays a selection of quick setting parameters.
Figure 20: Custom Tab View
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10. Troubleshooting
Drive-Side Error Codes
Drive-side error codes appear on the drive digital operator. Causes of the errors and corrective
actions are listed in Table 30. For additional error codes that may appear on the drive digital
operator, refer to the drive’s Instruction Manual.
Faults
Both bUS (SI-EP3 option communication error) and EF0 (External fault input from the SI-EP3 option)
can appear as an alarm or as a fault. When a fault occurs, the digital operator ALM LED remains lit.
When an alarm occurs, the ALM LED flashes.
If communication stops while the drive is running, use the following questions as a guide to help
remedy the fault:
•
Is the option properly installed?
•
Is the communication line properly connected to the option? Is it loose?
•
Is the controller program working? Has the controller/PLC CPU stopped?
•
Did a momentary power loss interrupt communications?
Table 30: Fault Displays, Causes, and Possible Solutions
LED Operator Display
Fault Name
Option Communication Error.
bUS
Cause
Master controller (PLC) has stopped
communicating
Communication cable is not connected
properly
A data error occurred due to noise
Option is damaged
The connection was lost after establishing initial
communication.
Only detected when the run command frequency reference is
assigned to the option (B03-01 = 3 or B03-02 = 3).
Possible Solution
Check that power is supplied to the PLC
Check that PLC is not in program mode
Check for faulty wiring
Correct any wiring problems
Check the various options available to minimize the effects of
noise
Counteract noise in the control circuit, main circuit, and
ground wiring
If a magnetic contactor is identified as a source of noise,
install a surge absorber to the contactor coil
Make sure the cable used meets the PROFINET
requirements
Make sure the option ground wire is connected between
option FE terminal and the drive ground terminal connected to
earth ground
If there are no problems with the wiring and the error
continues to occur, replace the option
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LED Operator Display
Fault Name
External Fault Input from the option.
The alarm function for an external device has been triggered.
EF0
Cause
Possible Solution
An external fault is being sent from the
upper controller (PLC)
Remove the cause of the external fault
Reset the external fault input from the PLC device
Problem with the PLC program
Check the program used by the PLC and make the
appropriate corrections.
LED Operator Display
Fault Name
Option fault
oFA00
Option is not properly connected.
Cause
Possible Solution
Non-compatible option connected to the
drive
Connect an option that is compatible with the drive.
LED Operator Display
Fault Name
Option Fault
oFA01
Option is not properly connected.
Cause
Possible Solution
Problem with the connectors between
the drive and option
Turn the power off and check the connectors between the
drive and option.
LED Operator Display
Fault Name
Option Fault
oFA03
Option self-diagnostics error.
Cause
Possible Solution
Option hardware fault
Replace the option.
LED Operator Display
Fault Name
Option Fault
oFA04
Option flash write mode.
Cause
Option hardware fault
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Possible Solution
Replace the option.
LED Operator Display
Fault Name
Option Fault (Port A)
Communication ID Error.
oFA30 to oFA43
Cause
Possible Solution
Option hardware fault
LED Operator Display
Replace the option.
Fault Name
Option fault (CN5-B)
Non-compatible option is connected.
oFb00
Cause
Possible Solution
Non-compatible option connected to the
drive.
LED Operator Display
Connect the correct option to CN5-A.
Fault Name
Option fault (CN5-B).
oFb02
Cause
Two of the same options are connected at the same time.
Possible Solution
Options AI-A3 or D1-A3 were
connected to the CN5-B port while an
option was connected to CN5-A.
LED Operator Display
Only one type of AI-A3 or DI-A3 option can be connected to
the drive.
The SI-EP3 option can only be connected to CN5-A.
Fault Name
Option Fault (CN5-C)
Non-compatible option is connected.
oFc00
Cause
Possible Solution
Non-compatible option connected to the
drive.
LED Operator Display
Connect the correct option to CN5-A.
Fault Name
Option Fault (CN5-C)
oFc02
Cause
Options AI-A3 or D1-A3 were
connected to the CN5-C port while an
option was connected to CN5-A.
Two of the same options are connected simultaneously.
Possible Solution
Only one of these options, AI-A3, DI-A3, or SI-XX, can be
connected to the drive at the same time. The SI-N3 must be
connected to CN5-A.
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Minor Faults and Alarms
LED Operator Display
Minor Fault Name
Serial Communication Transmission Error
Communication has not yet been established.
CALL
Cause
Possible Solution
Communication wiring is faulty, there is
a short circuit, or improper connection
Check for wiring errors:
Correct the wiring
Remove any ground shorts and reconnect loose
wires
Programming error on the master side
Check communications at start-up and correct
programming errors.
Communication circuitry is damaged
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Perform a self-diagnostics check
Replace the drive if the fault continues to occur.
Minor
Fault (H02XX = 10)
YES
Option Fault Monitors U06-98 and U06-99
The option can declare error/warning conditions via drive monitor parameters on the drive digital
operator as shown in Table 31.
Table 31: Option Fault Monitor Descriptions
Fault Condition Fault Declared
Status Value
(U06-98/U06-99)
Description
No Fault
n/a
0
No faults.
Force Fault
EF0
3
Network sent a message to force this node to the
fault state.
Network Link
Down
BUS ERROR
1300
No network link to option board.
Network Failure
BUS ERROR
1301
Connection with PLC Timeout.
Default MAC
Address
Non
1303
Factory default MAC Address programmed into the
option. Return for reprogramming.
No IP Address
None
1304
No IP Address has been programmed into the
option.
No Station
Name
None
1305
No Station Name has been programmed into the
option.
Config Error
None
1306
Configuration error on power-up.
Init. Failure
None
1307
Initialize error on power-up.
Permanent
Communication
Loss
BUS ERROR
1308
Fatal error in MAC/PHY hardware, requires power
cycle to recover.
Two drive monitor parameters, U06-98 and U06-99, assist in network troubleshooting:
•
U06-98 displays the first declared fault since the last power cycle. U6-98 is only cleared upon
drive power-up.
•
U06-99 displays the present option SI-EP3 status. U06-99 is cleared upon a network-issued
fault reset and upon power-up.
If another fault occurs while the original fault is still active, parameter U06-98 retains the original fault
value and U06-99 stores the new fault status value.
Option Compatibility
A limited number of options may be simultaneously connected to the drive depending on the type of
option. Refer to Table 32 for more information. More details can be found in the manual(s) for the
option(s) in question.
Table 32: Option Installation Compatibility
Option
SI-C3, SI-N3, SI-P3, SI-S3,
SI-EP3, SI-EN3, SI-EM3 <1>
PG-B3, PG-X3
DO-A3, AO-A3, AI-A3, DI-A3
Connector
Number of Possible Options
CN5-A
1
CN5-B, C
2 <2>
CN5-A, B, C
1
<1> When installed in CN5-A, the AI-A3 and DI-A3 options can be used to set the frequency reference or replace the
drive analog inputs with higher resolution. When installed in CN5-B or CN5-C, these options can only be used for
monitoring; their input levels will be displayed in U01-17 or U01-21 to U01-23.
<2> Use the CN5-C connector when connecting only one option to the drive; use both CN5-B and CN5-C when
connecting two options.
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11. Specifications
Table 33: Option Specifications
Items
Model
Specifications
SI-EP3
Option Conformance Passed PROFINET Conformance Class A
Connector Type
Dual RJ45 8-pin Shielded Twisted Pair CAT5e cable
Physical Layer Type
Isolated Physical Layer
TCP Protocol Transformer Isolated
IP Address Setting
Programmable from drive keypad or network
Communication
Speed
Programmable from drive keypad or network:
10/100 Mbps, auto-negotiate.
Number of
Connections
1 PLC connection, 1 supervisor connection, 2 web page connections
Duplex Mode
Half-forced, Auto-Negotiate, Full-forced
Address Startup
Mode
Static, DHCP
Ambient
Temperature
-10°C to +50°C
Humidity
Up to 95% RH (no condensation)
Storage
Temperature
-20°C to +60°C (allowed for short-term transport of the product)
Area of Use
Indoor (free of corrosive gas, airborne particles, etc.)
Altitude
Up to 1000 m
PROFINET
Functions
PROFINET IO with PROFIdrive profile
Configurable I/O in cyclic messages
Drive diagnostic alarms
I & M0
IEC Overvoltage
Category
Intended for use in “Overvoltage Category II” as specified in IEC
60664-1
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