MachineStruxure Pumping Machine Control Solutions

MachineStruxure Pumping Machine Control Solutions
Pumping machine control solutions
for Industry & Infrastructure
Catalogue
2012
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Improve your pumping system
& business performance
Water & wastewater, commercial buildings, industry or irrigation - Whatever your
focus. In order to increase customer satisfaction you must supply machines which
are more safe, energy efficient, reliable, at a reduced cost and shorter lead-time.
Your choice of Control Solutions is now, more than ever, a determining factor in
distinguishing yourself at each stage, from the design and development to
implementation and maintenance of the machine
Your Pumping solutions must be:
>> Reliable
>> Energy efficient
>> Innovative and adaptable
>> Open
>> Environment compliant
The requirements of a competitive market:
>> Quicker time to market
>> Optimized machines
>> Reduce maintenance cost
>> Compliance with worldwide standards
>> Worldwide services and support
To meet this demand, Schneider Electric offers MachineStruxure™, automation
solutions, which help Machine Builders to quickly design pumping machines that
are optimized regarding costs and energy efficiency, whilst maximising their
performance throughout the service life of the machine. MachineStruxure™
solutions for pumping applications allow you to:
>> Reduce your machine’s time-to-market with predefined “Tested, Validated, and
Documented Architectures” and comprehensive pumping library
>> Improve machine performance with innovative automation technology and expert
pumping application functions, supplemented by advanced drive technology, in order to
increase energy efficiency while reducing maintenance and improving reliability
>> Gain a competitive advantage and optimize the global cost of your machine: from design
to maintenance, we are ready to help you wherever you are through our worldwide
network of training, solution design and delivery centres, after-sales services, and
pumping control experts
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Pumping Control Solutions
Solution Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SoMachine software &
Application Function Blocks library. . . . . . . . .
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Hardware control platform. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Associated offers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pumping Control
Solutions
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Solution overview
bb Pumping Control Solutions information are available on:
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bb Reduce your Pumping application’s time-to-market
vv Reach 100 % of flexibility and optimisation using an innovative flexible
control system.................................................................................................. 1/2
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vv Use the solid base of Tested, Validated and Documented Architectures
and function blocks dedicated to Pumping applications........................... 1/3
vv Reduce the complexity of your program design and implementation times
with SoMachine software suite...................................................................... 1/3
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vv Customize your machines and upgrade them without increasing the
design phases or costs................................................................................... 1/3
bb Application solutions
vv Booster Multi-drive.......................................................................................... 1/4
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vv Booster Single drive........................................................................................ 1/5
bb Application Function Blocks
vv Pump stage and De-Stage............................................................................... 1/6
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vv Booster working mode.................................................................................... 1/7
vv Auxiliary Pump................................................................................................. 1/8
vv Cavitation protection....................................................................................... 1/9
vv Friction loss.................................................................................................... 1/10
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vv PID.....................................................................................................................1/11
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bb Energy Efficiency
vv 4 steps to ensure immediate results when optimizing the energy
consumption of your pumping machine..................................................... 1/12
vv Increase performance whilst reducing energy consumption b
of your pumping machine............................................................................. 1/13
bb Develop your business
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vv Service and support that are behind you all the way................................. 1/14
vv Gain a competitive advantage in each stage of your machine.................. 1/15
vv A complete pumping setup to validate your Pumping application........... 1/15
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vv World-class monitoring service for you and your customers.................. 1/16
vv Easy and hassle-free remote monitoring solution..................................... 1/17
vv Your one-stop shop from simple control systems to global automation
solutions......................................................................................................... 1/18
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Reduce your Pumping application’s time-to-market
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How can you reduce the time-tomarket of your booster?
Pumping equipment today needs to be ever more efficient and reliable. To enjoy a
much more smart control, traditional relays and electronic boards solutions with
“traditional controllers” are being replaced with smart control systems with
integrated and functionalities for pumping and energy efficiency. As a consequence
the mix in development costs have changed, demanding an even greater emphasis
on design efficiency. Flexibility is the key in providing a control solution that meets
perfectly your requirements whilst reducing your costs.
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That’s why MachineStruxure™ solution incorporates a Flexible Machine Control
Platform system that focuses on embedded intelligence in its products and a
unique software platform that provides a single, easy to use environment for
developing, programming and commissioning the machines.
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Reach 100 % of flexibility and Optimization using an innovative
flexible control system
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application function blocks library
>> Simplify machine programming &
commissioning with SoMachine suite
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SoMachine
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Pumping Library
Multiple hardware control platforms
>> Embedded Intelligence where it is needed
HMI controllers
>> Compact
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Drive controller
>> Efficient
Logic controllers
>> Flexibility
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With MachineStruxureTM achieve
of your machines
100% flexibility and optimization
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Reduce your Pumping application’s time-to-market
Use the solid base of Tested, Validated and Documented
Architectures and function blocks dedicated to pumping applications
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Based upon flexible and scalable hardware platforms and a comprehensive single
software suite, MachineStruxureTM proposes Tested, Validated and Documented
Architectures (TVDA) with pumping application function block (AFB) libraries.
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>> Suggested equipment lists
>> Tested: to ensure that they function in each
possible configuration
>> Validated: full functional compatibility of devices
>> Documented: a complete System User Guide
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Pumping solutions examples
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Reduce the complexity of your program design and
implementation times with SoMachine software suite
Due to a rich set of templates and libraries:
>> Programming and template libraries
>> Graphical objects
>> Alarm management
>> Application Function Blocks (AFB) library
>> Application examples
Our pre-programmed function blocks offer speed in
development for your applications. they can be configured with
a simple copy and paste.
They can be quickly implemented in the machine programs,
reducing the effort required to create an application and
reducing the risk of errors.
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Customize your machines and upgrade them without increasing
the design phases or costs
Simple customization and integration
>> With our existing function blocks you can simply modify, reuse or create your
own
>> Easily integrate your own systems into our architectures utilizing FDT/DTM
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technology
Wi-Fi- Bluetooth
MachineStruxure solutions use open standards through IEC
languages, open networks and transparency through FDT/
DTM technology, providing you time savings.
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Compliance with global standards for maximum flexibility and durability
>> SoMachine and the control platforms support the 6 programming languages
(FBD, ST, SFC, LD, IL, CFC) and is compliant with IEC 61131-3
>> Integrated open and standard networks in devices
>> SoMachine software combined with our control platforms allow you simply
upgrade your architectures
Remote connection
>> Ethernet connection allows remote connection between the pump and the
ground with Wi-Fi
>> Bluetooth connection available as well on Controller port
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Application solutions
Application solutions
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Booster Multi-drive
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> Simplified cabling
> Phase control functionality integrated in the drive
> Monitor Energy Efficiency through a large range of Power Meter and easy-to-use Application function blocks
> Best Efficiency with the drive technology additional up to 20% Energy saving
> Advanced pumps protection performed by the drive
> All information available on HMI screen with ready to use pages matching application example
> Supports fixed speed pumps in addition to variable speed pumps
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With logic controller Modicon M238
With HMI controller Magelis SCU
Powerful solution for machines requiring maximum flexibility
and scalability plus higher level of functionality
Higher level of functionality with an cost effective controller
with built-in HMI for scalable systems
Solution breakdown
Solution breakdown
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Safety module Preventa XPS (1)
Circuit breaker Compact NSX (1)
Phase sequence relay Zelio control (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Modular Circuit breaker C60L-MA (1)
Switch mode power supply Phaseo (1)
DC Circuit breaker C60L-DC (1)
Logic controller Modicon M238 (See chapter 3)
Display Magelis HMI STU (1)
Circuit breaker TeSys GV2M (1)
Magnetic Circuit breaker TeSys GV2L (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Variable speed drive Altivar 212 (1)
Control & Signalling units Harmony XB4/XB5 (1)
Flow meter (Third-party product)
Pressure sensor OsiSense XMLP (1)
Emergency stop push button Harmony XALK (1)
Enclosure Spacial 3D ACM & AP (1)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Safety module Preventa XPS (1)
Circuit breaker Compact NSX (1)
Phase sequence relay Zelio control (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Modular Circuit breaker C60L-MA (1)
Switch mode power supply Phaseo (1)
DC Circuit breaker C60L-DC (1)
HMI controller Magelis SCU (1)
Circuit breaker TeSys GV2M (1)
Magnetic Circuit breaker TeSys GV2L (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Variable speed drive Altivar 212 (1)
Control & Signalling units Harmony XB4/XB5 (1)
Flow meter (Third-party product)
Pressure sensor OsiSense XMLP (1)
Emergency stop push button Harmony XALK (1)
Enclosure Spacial 3D ACM & AP (1)
(1) Please consult the chapter 5 - Associated offers, or our web site: www.schneider-electric.com
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Application solutions
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Booster Single drive
> Drive connected to the same pump
> Cost effective & simple solution for small booster
Save 50% in design and
installation time
Modularity and flexibility
Energy efficiency
Openness Plug & play
connectivity
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With drive controller Altivar IMC
With logic controller Modicon M238
An open and 30% less costly system than a PLC - based
solution: without any compromise on functionalities
Simple solution for machines requiring a minimum flexibility
and scalability with a good level of functionality
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Solution breakdown
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Circuit breaker Compact NSX (1)
Phase sequence relay Zelio control (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Modular Circuit breaker C60L-MA (1)
Switch mode power supply Phaseo (1)
DC Circuit breaker C60L-DC (1)
Circuit breaker TeSys GV2M (1)
Magnetic Circuit breaker TeSys GV2L (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Drive controller Altivar IMC + Altivar 61 (See chapter 3)
Control & Signalling units Harmony XB4/XB5 (1)
Flow meter (Third-party product)
Pressure sensor OsiSense XMLP (1)
Emergency stop push button Harmony XALK (1)
Enclosure Spacial 3D ACM & AP (1)
Solution breakdown
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Safety module Preventa XPS (1)
Circuit breaker Compact NSX (1)
Phase sequence relay Zelio control (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Modular Circuit breaker C60L-MA (1)
Switch mode power supply Phaseo (1)
DC Circuit breaker C60L-DC (1)
Logic controller Modicon M238 (See chapter 3)
Display Magelis HMI STU (1)
Magnetic Circuit breaker TeSys GV2L (1)
Circuit breaker TeSys GV2M (1)
Variable speed drive Altivar 212 (1)
Contactor TeSys D (1)
Control & Signalling units Harmony XB4/XB5 (1)
Flow meter (Third-party product)
Pressure sensor OsiSense XMLP (1)
Emergency stop push button Harmony XALK (1)
Enclosure Spacial 3D ACM & AP (1)
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Other possibility for Single drive, multi lead
> Energy efficient solution, flexible
> Drive is used to start successively all pumps
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Pump stage and De-Stage
To optimize booster system operation by switching pumps
The pump stage and De-Stage function switche a combination of fixed and
variable speed pumps to maintain a constant pressure in a booster system.
Benefits
>>Maintains the required pressure by performing switching between the pumps
available in the system.
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>>Making the system energy efficient by making the operational combination of
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pumps in such a way that the pumps operated by drives are given priority.
OFF
>>To ensure a smooth operation, checking the availability of the pumps and in case
of a faulted pump detected, change over to next available pump.
Operating principle
The main objective of the function is to perform switching of the multiple pumps to
maintain a pre-defined pressure in the booster system. The flow and pressure are
measured through sensors while the setpoints are entered from the HMI.
Using intelligent algorithms, the function is managing the switching by defining
priorities to the pumps by detecting availability and principle of energy optimization.
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Characteristics
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These AFBs are provided in the library to realize
this function
AFB
Function name in AFBs to perform
the Library
the function
Pump stage and
De-Stage
Pump stage
control
PumpPid
>>Capable of maintaining required pressure in the booster system using an energy
efficient algorithm selecting the optimized state of pumps operation.
>>Switching of pumps is based upon the principle to assign higher priority to
variable speed pumps and pumps with less number of operating hours.
>>With an intelligent algorithm, the function switches next available pump in
operation, in case of detection of a faulty pump.
PumpPidStag
Typical applications
>>Booster pumping system consisting of multiple pumps
Typical architecture
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Hardwired / Drive controller / Altivar IMC
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / Logic controller / Modicon
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M238 and Magelis HMI
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / HMI controller / Magelis
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Booster working mode
To operate the booster system in an optimized method by selecting
appropriate working mode of the pumps
The function is capable of selecting “single drive” or “multi drive” as
operating mode in a booster system.
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Definition & Benefits
Multi-drive:
>>Definition: In this mode, each pump in the system is connected to an individual
drive.
>>Main advantages: This type of arrangement provides the best energy efficient
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systems along with higher level of pump protection. Easy to maintain systems.
Single-drive, multi lead:
>>Definition: In this mode, a single drive is used to start the first pump in the
system. The selection of pump is based upon operating hours /fault status of the
pump or the user-defined priority.
>>Main advantages: These types of arrangements are cost effective and more
energy efficient.
This AFB is provided in the library to realize this
function
AFB
Function name in AFBs to perform
the Library
the function
Booster working Device Switching DevSwcCtrlB
mode
Control[Basic]
Single-drive, single lead:
>>Definition: In this mode, a single drive is used to start the only one pump in the
system and there is no switching of drives to other pump.
>>Main advantages: These types of arrangements are cost effective.
Operating principle
The main task of this function is to enable the pump packager to select the best
working mode for the booster system. By selecting multi lead systems, multiple
pumps, connected to drives or contactors, can be controlled to perform the
switching different pumps to operate them in most optimized manner. Switching is
based upon pressure, operating hours and available pumps in the system.
>>The single-drive, multi lead systems can select the pump to be connected and
started with the single drive present in the system. Subjected to the pressure
requirements, the other fixed speed pumps are started accordingly. In case of
fault and the stoppage of the system, the drive will be connected to the first
available pump based upon operating hours / fault status of the pump or the
user-defined priority.
>>In single-drive, single lead systems the single drive in the system is connected to
only one pump and there is no switching of the drive to other pumps in the
system. Subjected to the pressure requirements, the other fixed speed pumps
are started by DOL.
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Characteristics
>>Switching of the pumps is performed to operate the pumps in most optimized and
energy efficient operating way.
>>The function detects the next available pump on the basis of operating hour, fault
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condition and pressure requirement.
>>The function is capable of bypassing the drives in case of fault.
>>Switching value can be set from the HMI.
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Typical applications
>>Booster pumping system consisting of multiple pumps
Typical architecture
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Hardwired / Drive controller / Altivar IMC
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / Logic controller / Modicon
M238 and Magelis HMI
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / HMI controller / Magelis
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Auxiliary Pump
Operating auxiliary speed pumps in a booster system
The auxiliary pump control function is controlling the auxiliary pump to
maintain the water pressure during sleep mode (night) with monitoring of
alarms.
Benefits
>>Detect condition where an auxiliary pump needs to be operated.
>>Ensure optimized pump efficiency by switching auxiliary pumps to maintain
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pressure in the system.
>>Increase the energy efficiency of the system by operating smaller pumps to
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maintain lower flow.
Operating principle
The main task of this function is to maintain the pressure during low flow situations,
like in the night (sleep-mode), in a water distribution system. The sleep mode is
detected by the PID-stage/de-stage function. By detecting a low pressure, the
system sends command to start the auxiliary pump. Similarly, the sleep modes
ends by detecting pressure dropping below the required limit.
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Characteristics
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This AFB is provided in the library to realize this
function
AFB
Function name in AFBs to perform
the Library
the function
Auxiliary Pump
Auxiliary Pump
Control
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AuxPumpCtrl
>>With the setpoints and actual pressure values, the function activates the
auxiliary pump.
>>The function detects the end of the sleep mode with the help of the flow value or
the pressure value and limit set-points. If the flow overruns the limit, the function
resets the sleep mode state.
>>The function is capable of displaying the operating hour value.
Typical applications
>>Booster pumping system consisting of multiple pumps
Typical architecture
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Hardwired / Drive controller / Altivar IMC
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / Logic controller / Modicon
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M238 and Magelis HMI
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / HMI controller / Magelis
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Cavitation protection
To monitor and protect the pump against cavitations
This function avoids the operation of the pump in the cavitation situation by
stopping the pump.
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Benefits
>>Ensures a longer operating life of the pump by ensuring that the pump is not
operating in cavitation.
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>>Generates alarms in case of detection of the cavitation in the system.
>>With the adaption of the setpoints, this function ensures that the pumps are
operating in optimized state.
Operating principle
The main task of this function is to avoid the operation of the pumps in a cavitation
situation. By detecting of a cavitation situation, the function immediately stops the
pumps. The function is accomplished by reducing the pressure set-point /flow of
the system. The function, after completing the cavitation task and resetting the
alarm, checks the suction pressure. If the suction pressure is within the permissible
limits than the function starts the operation of pump in normal mode.
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Characteristics
This AFB is provided in the library to realize this
function
AFB
Function name in AFBs to perform
the Library
the function
Cavitation
protection
Cavitation
Protection
CavtProt
>>Detection of abnormality in pressure using the actual suction feedback pressure
value.
>>Activating algorithms to adjust setpoints to avoid a cavitation situation.
>>Using a limit switch function, the function avoids toggling of the cavitation mode.
>>Capable of generating alarms by detecting of a cavitation situation.
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Typical applications
>>Booster Pumping system consisting of single or multiple pumps
Typical architecture
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Hardwired / Drive controller / Altivar IMC
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / Logic controller / Modicon
M238 and Magelis HMI
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / HMI controller / Magelis
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Friction loss
To ensure a linear pressure in the booster system
This function compensates the friction lost by adapting the pressure
setpoint according to the number of running pumps or the flow value
(optional) in the discharge side.
Benefits
>>Ensures a longer operating life of the pump by ensuring a linear pressure in the
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system.
>>Generates alarms in case of detection of the abnormality in suction pressure
curve.
>>With the adaption of the pressure setpoints, this function ensures that the pumps
are operating in optimized state.
Operating principle
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>>Ideal pressure can be maintained either on the basis of flow or setpoints of each
These AFBs are provided in the library to realize
this function
AFB
Function name in AFBs to perform
the Library
the function
Friction Loss
Setpoint handling CompSpB
CompSpFlow
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pump in the system. For flow, the function adapts the set-point to the system
curve with the help of the actual flow value using actual flow value and setpoint.
Both absolute and percentage values can be used. The minimal setting (two
points) to use this function are:
>> 1. The raised value in percent (% to increase the standard set-point) or the
absolute value of the set-point to reach the set-point value on the highest and
farthest point of the system in case of minimal flow. The standard value of this
point is zero (relative) or equal to the set-point (absolute).
>> 2. The raised value in percent (% to increase the standard set-point) or
absolute value of the set-point to reach the set-point value on the highest and
farthest point of the system in case of maximal flow. The value of this point is
higher than zero (relative) or greater than the set-point (absolute.).
>>The results of this measurement are minimum two correction values in percent
or absolute values and its corresponding flow values.
In case of adaptation of the setpoints of the pumps, the function adapts the
set-point depending on the number of used pumps and the moment of the stage
change.
Characteristics
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>>Detection of abnormality in pressure in the system.
>>Execution of algorithms to maintain the pressure using flow or setpoints
management of the pumps.
>>Capable of generating alarms by detecting abnormality in pressure in the system.
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Typical applications
>>Booster Pumping system consisting of single or multiple Pumps
Typical architecture
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Hardwired / Drive controller / Altivar IMC
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / Logic controller / Modicon
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M238 and Magelis HMI
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / HMI controller / Magelis
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PID
To maintain a constant pressure by adapting setpoints
The PID function adjusts the setpoint of the pumps to maintain a constant
pressure in a booster system on the basis of flow and pressure.
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Benefits
>>Maintains the required pressure by adjusting the setpoint.
>>Generates alarms in case of deviation of limits.
>>To ensure a smooth operation, by maintaining the setpoints curve by avoiding
damping.
PID
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Operating principle
The main objective of this function is to generate the set-point for the VSD in the
booster system. The flow and pressure are measured through sensors while the
setpoints are entered from the HMI. Using intelligent algorithms, the function
manages the setpoint using flow and pressure values as input and generating the
outputs values in percentage. Alarms are generated in case of deviation of values
with reference of defined limits.
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Characteristics
This AFB is provided in the library to realize this
function
AFB
Function name in AFBs to perform
the Library
the function
PID
PumpPid
PumpPid
>>Capable of calculating the cycle time.
>>Capable of limiting different attributes with corresponding set of values like error
value for the I-part calculation, the control value.
>>Detection and display of alarms in HMI.
Typical applications
>>Booster Pumping system consisting of single or multiple Pumps
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Typical architecture
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Hardwired / Drive controller / Altivar IMC
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / Logic controller / Modicon
M238 and Magelis HMI
>>Optimized Pumping compact / Modbus or Hardwired / HMI controller / Magelis
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Energy Efficiency
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Boost the energy efficiency of
your pumping machines
4 steps to ensure immediate results when optimizing the energy
consumption of your pumping machines
Improve time to market, reducing the overall cost of pumping machines
whilst increasing their performances and adding innovations are everyday
challenges for you. On top of this, your customers are increasingly asking
you to design machines that require less energy.
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For supporting energy savings and obtaining immediate results, we follow
the 4 Energy Efficient principles adapted to the machine life cycle.
The approach is compliant with the guidelines in European standard
EN 16001 and with the ISO 50001 “energy management system” which
targets continuous improvement in the energy performance of every
organization.
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Audit
& Measure
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Model complies with EN16001 & ISO50001
Passive energy efficiency
Active energy efficiency
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Fix the basics
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Optimize
Monitor,
maintain,
improve
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Machine Builder benefits
>> Significant reductions in energy
>> Detection of the “over-sized”
>> Improved preventive
machines’ energy consumption
equipments as these consumes
more energy
>> Possible marketing argument to
your customers with a real
evidence of Energy savings
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End customer benefits
>> Improve the visibility of your
bills
maintenance for machines
>> Increased lifespan for motors
and electronic equipment
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Solution Overview
Energy Efficiency
Increase performance whilst reducing energy consumption of your pumping machine
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Audit & Measure energy consumption with a
Schneider Electric expert. They will identify
devices with high energy consumption (pumps,
motors, compressors etc.) and recommend
potential savings.
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Fix the basics by selecting the appropriate
motor,using servo-drives, improved cabinet
thermal management etc.
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Optimize machines by using the energy efficiency function block libraries
available in the SoMachine software suite, specifically designed for the
various applications. Example: pumps, packaging, conveyors, etc
Monitor, maintain, improve. The SoMachine software suite contains
function blocks dedicated to collecting energy information from metering
units and electronic equipment (variable speed drive, servomotor etc.).
The information provided allows the dedicated function blocks to create
indicators that are used to monitor the relevant information by correlating
energy readings (active power, power, current etc.) with the machine’s
operational modes and production data. All of the indicators produced can
be manipulated on-screen via predefined graphic objects supplied with
SoMachine and Vijeo Designer.
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Pumping Control Solutions
Solution Overview
How can you develop your business?
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How can you develop your
business?
Service and support that are behind you all the way
We find the best solution for your needs
>> Based on your needs, our Solution Application Experts and Application Design
Experts (SAE/ADE) work out innovative technical solutions including
>> co-engineering
>> tests
>> validation
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We understand your pain points
>> Consulting
We execute the solution with a full service agreement
>> Our solution design and delivery centers (Flex-Centres) are committed to quality
and results and provide:
>> Project and program management
>> Software and hardware engineering
>> Tests, validation, and commissioning
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Design
We improve your team’s competencies
>> In class training and on site training
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We ensure the delivery of your solution
>>Availability of components through a large worldwide network of distributors
>>Collaboration, management, and delivery through local partners
>>With Schneider Electric as your turnkey solution partner we include in our solutions:
>> Project management and responsibility
>> Engineered systems
>> Third-party components management
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We provide on-site services and support
>>Secondment of qualified personnel to deliver on-site engineering and technical
services
We improve your service team’s competencies
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>>Service and commissioning training
Build
We provide international sales and after-sales services for you and your
customers
>>Maintenance contracts
>>Spares parts
>>Repairs
>>Normal and express deliveries
>>Return of goods
>>Service expertise:
>> Error diagnosis and repair
>> Environmental measurements ( EMC, field bus, thermography, power quality
analyses, etc.)
>>Customer International Support (CIS) as a single point of contact:
>> A network of 190 dedicated local country experts
>> A web-based collaborative platform for efficient communication
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Operate
We improve your customers’ competencies
>>In-class customer training and on-site training
>>Customer service and commissioning training
Improve your machine ranges
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>> Consulting
We improve your customer’s machines in their production line
>> Audits
>> Services Expertises:
>> Consultancy
>> Retrofitting
>> Migration and upgrade
>> Training
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Solution Overview
How can you develop your business?
Gain a competitive advantage in each stage of your machine
Design
Build
MachineStruxureTM solutions offer more than just products and
architectures, you also get complete service and support at every stage of
the product life cycle. Our unparalleled Pumping and control experts will
help you minimise your global machine costs, increase sales and
profitability, and deliver total customer satisfaction.
From design to commissioning to maintenance, we’re ready to help you wherever
you are with our worldwide network of training, solution design centres, distribution,
and after-sales services.
Your
machine
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Improve
A complete pumping setup to validate your Pumping application
Schneider Electric with its test units and
expertise is able to simulate your
installation as follows:
>> Select the architecture you want
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>> DOL, Single drive, Multidrive
>> I/O control, Field-bus control
>> Controllers & HMI
>> Drives: Altivar 212 / Altivar 61
>> Select Hydraulic circuit
>> Apply to hydraulic system for test case
>> Run complete test and Monitor
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>> Energy consumption
>> Pressure, Flow, etc
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Increase your efficiency and competitiveness
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How can you develop your
business?
World-class monitoring service for you and your customers
The web-enabled capabilities of the controller offer associated with the
OptiM2MTM solution for remote monitoring of machines allow an unrivalled
quality of machine service for your customers, with reduced reaction times
and attractive maintenance plans.
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>>Improved control of
remote equipment
>> Enhanced reaction time
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and productivity: detailed
reports on equipment use
(usage statistics, machine
energy consumption, etc.)
>>New services for your
established customers
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Get constant visibility into your machine data
>> With OptiM2M, a web-based machine-to-machine monitoring application, you
can remotely view and analyse incoming machine data. At any time, from
anywhere in the world, using only your smart phone, laptop or another webconnected device with a browser.
>> OptiM2M users can harvest detailed, real-time equipment usage statistics, such
as energy consumption of Pumping machines or usage statistics data access
can be configured according to user type (equipment manager/owner/user, etc)
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Why chose OptiM2M?
>> Grow your business and profits
>> Develop sales with new customers and reach new markets
>> Generate additional business with existing customers
>> Develop your portfolio of smart services
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>> Build your service provider image and customer satisfaction
>> Maximise machine uptime and minimise after-sales intervention costs on site
>> Achieve higher energy efficiency in true operating conditions
>> Add value to your product with quality machine lifecycle support
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Easy and hassle-free remote monitoring solution
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As a machine manufacturer you know that installing and deploying a
communication solution is often easier on paper than in real life. That’s
why at Schneider Electric we are commited to making our machine-tomachine cloud solution as easy to configure as it gets.
The OptiM2M system is an install-and-go solution that delivers secured
end-to-end wireless connectivity for machine-to-machine applications.
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Internet
GSM
Just connect the
modem to the
power supply and
to the controller of
every machine in
your pool.
Operate
In case of machine
alert, you will receive
notifications with
additional diagnosis
information.
Server
Install
To manage and
monitor data, you will
need a device with a
browser and web
access.
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Internet
GPRS
GSM
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Configure
and deploy
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Enter information of the new
monitored machine, modify
parameters of your monitoring
application, and easily copy the
configuration to all your
machines of the same type.
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How can you develop your
business?
Your one-stop shop from simple control systems to global automation
solutions
Schneider Electric is a world leader in automation. We help you benefit
from the latest technologies that can turn your machines into a commercial
success. From actuators to control systems, we have the solution that is
suited to your specific needs
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Motor control
>>Maximum productivity and
efficiency
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>> wide range
>> simple to use
>> network opening
>> worldwide availability
HMI, control and dialog devices
>>Intuitive and ergonomic design
Innovation dedicated to
reduction of:
>> enclosure size
>> wiring time
>> installation time
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Detection, communication, energy distribution, switching
>>Assembly and supply systems,
protection and control of LV power
circuits, power meters, HVAC & R
sensors, valves and actuators
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Alliance Partners
Building on our open automation platforms and strategies, we work with strategic
partners who compliment our capabilities in order to provide you with solutions
that fully meet your business objectives. Within this collaboration partnership that
can deliver the most complete and effective solution for your applications.
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Your one-stop shop from simple control systems to global automation
solutions
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From machine to plant, Schneider Electric provides a single,
open and fully coherent system.
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PlantStruxure™ architecture is Schneider Electric’s comprehensive
solution for industrial process control, whereas MachineStruxureTM
architecture is dedicated to machine control.
Because both architectures are based on open standards and designed to be
fully compatible, your machines can easily be integrated into your customers’
factory processes. In addition, open standards allow your machines to evolve
with your customers’ changing requirements.h
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Process & machine managment
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Ethernet TCP/IP
HMI
controller
Drive
controller
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
Logic
controller
Logic
controller
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Pumping machine control
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MachineStruxureTM architecture, one of the mainstays of
EcoStruxure architecture
EcoStruxureTM system architecture enables
the convergence of five key domains of our
expertise: management of Power,
Processes and Machines, the IT Room,
Buildings, and Security.
EcoStruxureTM architecture takes multiple,
siloed systems and adapts them to an
integrated solution, reducing redundancy in
equipment, software, and personnel.
Power
Management
White Space
Management
Process &
Machine
Management
Building Comfort
Management
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Management
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SoMachine
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SoMachine software suite
bb SoMachine software suite
vv Visual graphic user interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/2
vv Learning centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/2
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vv Projects management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/2
vv Project properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
vv Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
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vv Programming and debug. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
vv Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
vv Documentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
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vv Transparency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
vv Dedicated OEM application libraries (AFB libraries). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
vv Tested Validated Documented Architectures (TVDA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3
bb SoMachine characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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bb References. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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commissioning
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SoMachine is the Machine Builder solution software for developing, configuring and
commissioning the entire machine in a single software environment, including logic,
motion control, HMI and related network automation functions.
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SoMachine allows you to program and commission all the elements in
Schneider Electric’s Flexible and Scalable Control platform, the comprehensive
solution-oriented offer for Machine Builders, which helps you achieve optimized
control solution for each machine’s requirements.
Flexible and Scalable Control platforms include:
SoMachine software platform
Controllers:
bb HMI controllers: XBT GC, XBT GT/GK CANopen,
bb Logic controllers for Solutions with AFB: Modicon M238S, Modicon M258S,
bb Drive Controller: Altivar IMC for Solutions with AFB,
bb I/Os range: Modicon TM2, Modicon TM5 and Modicon TM7 offers
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HMI:
bb Small Panels MagelisTM STO/STU
bb Advanced Panels MagelisTM GH/GK/GT
bb Optimum Advanced Panels MagelisTM GTO
SoMachine is a professional, efficient, and open software solution integrating
Vijeo-Designer.
It integrates also the configuring and commissioning tool for motion control devices.
It features the IEC 61131-3 languages, integrated field bus configurators, expert
diagnostics and debugging, as well as outstanding capabilities for maintenance and
visualisation.
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SoMachine integrates tested, validated, documented and supported expert
application libraries dedicated to applications in Pumping, Packaging, Hoisting and
Conveying.
PC + SoMachine
software
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SoMachine provides you:
bb One software package
bb One project file
bb One cable connection
bb One download operation
Sensors
Variable
speed
drive
Drive
Controller
HMI
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Modbus
Software solution
Visual graphic user interface
Navigation within SoMachine is intuitive and highly visual. Presentation is optimized
in such a way that selecting the development stage of the desired project makes the
appropriate tools available. The user interface ensures nothing is overlooked, and
suggests the tasks to be performed throughout the project development cycle. The
workspace has been streamlined, so that only that which is necessary and relevant
to the current task is featured, without any superfluous information.
Learning centre
From the home menu, the learning centre provides several tools to get started with
SoMachine. An animated file explains briefly the SoMachine interface and concept.
An e-learning allows to run a self-training about SoMachine. A third section gives
access to several documented examples of simple coding with SoMachine.
An intuitive and efficient online help is also available, guiding you to get the
appropriate answer.
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Projects management
The implemented project management principle allows to browse quickly through
the existing projects getting the relevant information without the need to open
them before selection.
The user can create a new project, starting from several means: using Tested
Validated and Documented Architectures, using the provided examples, using an
existing project or start with an empty project. There is quick access to the most
recently-used projects.
There is as well a way to start a project from standard project taking advantages of
a pre-configured program (task, library, ....)
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Project properties
For each project, the user has the option to define additional information, through
simple forms. It’s also possible to attach documents, a customer picture and
a configuration picture.
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Configuration
From the graphic user interface, the user can easily build his architecture and
configure the devices of the architecture.
Description of the architecture
A graphic editor can be used to assemble the various elements easily by a simple
drag & drop. A devices catalogue is displayed on the left of the screen. It is split into
several sections: controllers, HMI, Miscellaneous and search.
Configuration of the device
Directly from the topologic view of the user interface, a simple click drives the user to
the configuration screen of the selected device.
Configuration
Programming and debug
Programming is an essential step, and the user has to carefully design it to be as
efficient as possible. Advanced control and HMI functions cover all the needs of an
engineer in terms of creating the control and visualisation system.
Powerful tools allow debug and functional tests such as simulation, step by step
execution, break points and trace.
Commissioning
For an easy and fast diagnostic, the menu commissioning allows the user to check
the online state of his architecture.Through the topologic view of the configuration,
the devices display if you are logged in or not, as well as if they are in run or stop
mode.
Documentation
Commissioning
Because a printed file of the project is an important element, it is possible to build
and customize the project report:
-- select the items to be included in the report,
-- organize the sections,
-- define the page layout
-- and then launch the printing.
Transparency
SoMachine supports Device Type manager (DTM) because it is a field device tool
(FDT) container.
With DTM’s representing field device in SoMachine, direct communications are
possible to every single device via SoMachine, the controller and the field bus
(Modbus for all devices and CANopen for the I/O’s).
From the SoMachine unique environment, the remote devices can be set-up off-line
and tuned on-line.
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Dedicated application libraries (AFB libraries)
Transparency
SoMachine can be extended through its solution extension DVD. It integrates tested,
validated, documented and supported expert application libraries dedicated to many
Machine Builder applications. Their simple configuration speeds up design,
commissioning, installation and troubleshooting.
These libraries cover the following applications:
bb Packaging,
bb Hoisting,
bb Conveying
bb Pumping
Tested Validated Documented Architectures (TVDA)
SoMachine provides a variety of preset projects with ready-to-use architectures you
can adapt to individual requirements. Some of them are generic TVDA, they are
based on controllers configuration. The solution extension DVD brings specific
application solutions oriented TVDA’s to SoMachine.
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SoMachine characteristics
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Overview
IEC 61131-3 programming languages
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Controller programming services
bb Multi-tasking: Mast, Fast, Event
bb Functions (Func) and Function Blocks (FBs)
bb Data Unit Type (DUTs)
bb On-line changes
bb Watch windows
bb Graphical monitoring of variables (trace)
bb Breakpoints, step-by-step execution
bb Simulation
bb Visualization for application and machine set-up
HMI-based services
bb Graphics libraries containing more than 4000 2D and 3D objects.
bb Simple drawing objects (points, line, rectangles, ellipses, etc …)
bb Preconfigured objects (button, switch, bar graph, etc …)
bb Recipes (32 groups of 256 recipes with max. 1024 ingredients)
bb Action tables
bb Alarms
bb Printing
bb Java scripts
bb Multimedia file support: wav, png, jpg, emf, bmp
bb Variable trending
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Motion services
bb Embeded devices configuration and commissioning
bb CAM profile editor
bb Sample application trace
bb Motion and drive function blocks libraries for inverters, servos and steppers
bb Visualization screens
bb Logical encoder
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Global services
bb User access and profile
bb Project documentation printing
bb Project comparison (control)
bb Variable sharing based on publish/subscribe mechanism
bb Library version management
bb Energy efficiency machine monitoring
Integrated fieldbus configurators
bb Control network:
vv Modbus Serial Line
vv Modbus TCP
bb Field bus:
vv CANopen
vv CANmotion
bb Connectivity:
vv Profibus-DP
vv Ethernet IP
Expert and solutions libraries
bb PLCopen function blocks for Motion control
vv Example: MC_MoveAbsolute, MC_CamIn, ServoDrive, ...
bb Packaging function blocks
vv Example: Analog film tension control, rotary knife, lateral film position control, ...
bb Conveying function blocks
vv Example: tracking, turntable, conveyor , ...
bb Hoisting functions
vv Hoisting function blocks: anti-sway, anti-crab, hoisting position
synchronisation, ...
vv Application template for industrial crane
bb Pumping application
vv Pumping function blocks
vv Application template for booster
bb Energy Efficiency library
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bb IL (Instruction List)
bb LD (Ladder Diagram)
bb SFC (Sequential Function Chart)
bb ST (Structured Text)
bb FBD (Function Block Diagram)
bb + CFC (Continous Function Chart)
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References
Simplify machine programming and
commissioning
Product offer
SoMachine software is delivered on a DVD, it is a product oriented version that includes all SoMachine features
related to generic hardware (M238, M258, LMC058, XBT GC, Altivar IMC), as well as generic TVDA.
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The solution features are added to SoMachine by installing its solution extension DVD. It includes all SoMachine
solutions hardware, plus all the dedicated application libraries and TVDA.
References
bb SoMachine is available in 6 languages:
vv English
vv French
vv German
vv Italian
vv Spanish
vv Simplified Chinese.
bb System Requirements:
vv Processor: Pentium 4 - 1,8 GHz or higher , Pentium M 1.0 GHz or equivalent
vv RAM Memory: 2 GByte; recommended: 3 GByte
vv Hard Disk: 3.5 GB, recommended: 5 GB
vv OS: Windows XP Professional, Windows 7 Professional 32/64 bytes
vv Drive: DVD reader
vv Display: 1024 × 768 pixel resolution or higher
vv Peripherals: a Mouse or compatible pointing device
vv Peripherals: USB interface
vv Web Access: Web registration requires Internet access
bb The documentation is supplied in electronic format: complete on-line help plus complementary documentation
in pdf version.
bb M238S
bb M258S
bb LMC058S
bb XBT GC with CANopen
module type S
bb XBT GT/GK with control
function type S
bb Altivar IMC with control
function type S
Added TVDA
-- Optimized CANopen Altivar
IMC
-- Performance CANmotion
LMC058
-- Hoisting Optimized
CANopen M238
-- Conveying Performance
CANmotion LMC058
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SoMachine solution extension for Solution controllers (1)
Added
controllers
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Added
libraries
Reference (2)
Hoisting
Conveying
Packaging
Pumping
MSDCHLLMUV31S0 / 1 (Single)
DVDs and Licence / number & type
MSDCHLLMTV31S0 / 10 (Team)
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MSDCHLLMFV31S0 /100 (Facility)
SoMachine software compatibility and hardware control platforms
Product type
Logic controller Modicon M238
Version
7
≥ V1.0
HMI controller XBT GC
Logic controller Modicon M238S
≥ V2.0
Logic controller Modicon M258
Logic controller Modicon M258S
Motion controller Modicon LMC058
≥ V3.0
Motion controller Modicon LMC058S
≥ V2.0
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HMI controller XBT GT/GK with control function type S, XBT GC with CANopen module type S
Altivar IMC integrated controller card
≥ V3.1
Altivar IMC integrated controller card with control function type S
≥ V2.0
TM5 CANopen Interface
≥ V3.0
TM7 CANopen Interface block
Altivar IMC integrated controller card (with patch)
(1) For this offer, please contact your Customer Care Centre.
(2) Each reference for SoMachine solution software contains: one generic trail DVD, one solution extension V3.1 DVD and one
licence.
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Hardware control platforms
bb Drive controller for Solutions with AFB, HMI controllers,
Logic controllers compact base for Solutions with AFB
General selection guide................................................................................ 3/2
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bb Drive controller for Solutions with AFB
vv Altivar IMC drive controller card type S solutions with AFB for Altivar 61
variable speed drive
Presentation................................................................................................. 3/4
Functions ..................................................................................................... 3/6
Description, References............................................................................... 3/7
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bb HMI controllers
vv MagelisTM XBT GC HMI Controllers
Selection guide............................................................................................. 3/8
Presentation............................................................................................... 3/10
Functions.................................................................................................... 3/12
Description................................................................................................. 3/13
References................................................................................................. 3/14
Combination............................................................................................... 3/15
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bb Logic compact bases for Solutions with AFB
vv Modicon M238 logic controller compact base for Solutions with AFB
Selection guide........................................................................................... 3/16
Presentation............................................................................................... 3/18
Description................................................................................................. 3/20
References................................................................................................. 3/21
Memory structure....................................................................................... 3/23
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vv Modicon M258 logic controller compact base for Solutions with AFB
Selection guide........................................................................................... 3/24
Presentation............................................................................................... 3/26
Description................................................................................................. 3/31
References................................................................................................. 3/32
bb I/O expansion modules for Hardware platform control
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vv Distributed I/O expansion modules
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Hardware control platforms
Drive controller type S Solutions with AFB,
HMI controllers,
Logic controllers for Solutions with AFB
Applications
Control by integration of automation
functions on Altivar 61 variable speed
drive
Data control and parameter-setting
IEC 1131-2 control function
Display of text messages, graphic objects and
mimics
Machines
Textile, hoisting, pumping, woodworking, All machine types, pumping
etc.
Configuration software
SoMachine
Power supply
24 V c
Embedded inputs
(depending on model)
vv 10 digital inputs including 4 available for 2 12 to 16 digital outputs
HSC inputs or 2 incremental encoders
vv 2 analog inputs
Embedded outputs
(depending on model)
vv 6 transistor outputs
vv 2 analog outputs
vv 6 to 16 transistor outputs
I/O expansion
With expansion card VW3A320p:
vv Digital, analog, relay, frequency control
and probe I/O (see page 3/4)
With Modicon TM2 expansion modules:
vv Digital I/O (see page 3/34)
vv Analog I/O (see page 3/34)
Integrated functions
vv HSC
vv Analog
vv Position control
vv Display of animated mimics and current date
and time
vv Control and modification of numeric or
alphanumeric variables
vv Real-time and trending curves with log
vv Multiwindow management
vv Page calls initiated by the operator
vv Multilingual application management
vv Recipe management
vv Data processing via Java script
vv Application support and external memory logs
vv Management of printers and barcode readers
vv Execution of programmed logic sequences
vv CANopen fieldbus device management
vv Management of digital/analog I/O on
expansion modules
Embedded
vv Protocols: Ethernet Modbus TCP, UDP,
TCP, SNMP
vv Web/FTP servers
vv CANopen master
vv Ethernet
vv Serial links: RS 232C/RS 422/485
vv Protocols: Uni-TE, Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP
vv Ethernet
vv Parallel printer
Option
vv ModbusPlus
vv Uni-Telway
vv InterBus-S
vv Profibus DP
vv DeviceNet
vv Ethernet Modbus/TCP
vv Fipio
vv EtherNet IP
vv CC-Link
vv Lonworks
vv METASYS N2
vv APOGEE FLN
vv BACnet
vv CANopen master
RAM
2 MB
512 KB (SRAM)
Flash
2 MB
16 to 32 MB (Flash EEPROM)
ATV IMC drive controller card
type S solutions with AFB
XBTGC controllers
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3
4
5
6
7
Communication
8
9
User memory
Controller
10
24 V c
Control by integration of
automation functions on Altivar 61
variable speed drives
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High speed counter control and simple position control
Speed control, high speed counter control and motion control
Packaging, conveying, hoisting, pumping, ...
Packaging, conveying, hoisting, pumping, ...
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24 V c and 100/240 V a
24 V c
vv 14 digital inputs, 8 of which can be configured as fast inputs
vv 26 to 38 digital inputs including 8 counter inputs (200 kHz)
vv 4 analog inputs
vv 4 transistor outputs + 6 relay outputs or 10  transistor outputs, 4 of which can
be configured as fast outputs
vv 16 to 28 transistor outputs including 4 reflex outputs
vv Up to 12 relay outputs
With Modicon TM2 modules:
vv Digital I/O (see page 3/34)
vv Analog I/O (see page 3/34)
With Modicon TM5 compact blocks:
vv Digital and analog I/O (see page 3/34)
With Modicon TM5 modules:
vv Digital (see page 3/34)
vv Digital/Analog (see page 3/34)
vv Analog (see page 3/34)
vv HSC
vv PTO
vv PWM
vv PID control
vv Event processing
vv HSC
vv Analog
vv Position control
vv PWM
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4
5
6
vv Master/slave type isolated serial link
vv Protocols: Modbus master/slave RTU/ASCII, ASCII
vv CANopen master
vv Serial links: RS232/RS485
vv Web/FTP servers
vv Protocols: , Modbus master/slave RTU/ASCII, ASCII
vv CANopen master
vv Ethernet
vv Ethernet
vv Profibus
vv DeviceNet
vv Modbus RS232 serial link
vv Modbus RS485 serial link
vv Profibus DP (slave)
500 or 1000 KB (depending on model)
64 MB (program + data)
2 MB
128 MB
M238 logic controller type S,
M258 logic controllertype S,
compact base for solutions with AFB
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Hardware control platforms
Drive controller
Altivar IMC drive controller card type S solutions with
AFB, for Altivar 61 variable speed drive
Presentation
1
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB forms a part of
Flexible Machine Control approach, a key component of MachineStruxureTM, which
brings you maximum flexibility and ensures the most optimised control solution.
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB VW3 A3521S0 is a
compact optimised solution developed for Altivar 71 variable speed drives. When
equipped with the ATV IMC card type S Solutions with AFB, Altivar 61 drives become
controllers capable of meeting the needs of machine manufacturers in applications
such as textiles, hoisting, pumping or woodworking, etc.
2
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB VW3 A3521S0 is
configured and programmed using SoMachine software (see page 2/2).
Altivar IMC integrated controller card
3
The Altivar IMC card type S Solutions with AFB boosts the expansion capability of
machines and allows us to meet the Machine Builder market’s requirements in terms
of performance, simplicity of use and openness.
Installation
The Altivar IMC card type S Solutions with AFB is designed for integration on Altivar
61 variable speed drives in conjunction with other Altivar 61-specific cards, such as
I/O expansion cards and communication cards.
4
1 Altivar 61 drive and graphic display
terminal
2 Altivar IMC card VW3 A3521S0
3 I/O expansion card VW3A32pp or
communication card VW3A33pp
1
2
5
3
1
6
Note: Only one I/O expansion card or communication card can be mounted simultaneously with
the Altivar IMC card type S Solutions with AFB on anAltivar 61 drive.
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Special features
User memory
RAM
2 MB
Flash
2 MB
Data storage memory FRAM
(Ferroelectric RAM)
64 KB
Typical time (for 1000 Boolean instructions) 942 µs
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User program size
1 MB
Power supply
24 V c
Inputs
9
Outputs
Built-in
communication
ports
10
Real-time clock
Digital
10 x 24 V c inputs, 4 of which can be used for
2 high-speed counter inputs (100 kHz) or
2 incremental encoders (A/B) (100 kHz)
Analog
2 x 0…20 mA inputs
Digital
6 transistor outputs (2 A) - source
Analog
2 x 0…20 mA outputs
RJ45 port
Ethernet Modbus TCP, Web/FTP Server
SUB-D connector
(male 9-way)
Master CANopen bus (16 slaves)
USB Mini-B port
SoMachine software programming
Integrated
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Hardware control platforms
Drive controller
Altivar IMC drive controller card type S solutions with
AFB, for Altivar 61 variable speed drive
Performance
Reduce the time it takes to develop your machines
bb The use of a single SoMachine programming software environment offers a number
of advantages:
vv A single project file
vv A single software program
vv A single download for the whole application
bb The ease of use of PLCopen function blocks significantly reduces the time needed
to program motion control and independent axis control on machines.
A more powerful machine
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB has 8 tasks to suit
different machine requirements (cyclic, event-triggered, free).
A task can be synchronized with the task of the drive in which it is embedded. This
task manages the speed reference, the torque reference, the speed feedback, the
torque feedback, the number of encoder pulses feedback in order to increase
machine performance.
A more intelligent drive
vv Performs more complex operations (2 MB memory)
vv Reduces program loading time (Mini-B USB connectors)
vv Communication with all the other system devices (built-in Ethernet and CANopen
connection ports)
Transparency of your machines
Access to all the other devices in the system architecture via CANopen is totally
transparent due to FDT/DTM technology.
Development and technology
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB has been developed
with two criteria in mind: low cost and practicality.
bb Low cost because the standard equipment for the Altivar IMC card type S Solutions
with AFB comprises:
vv Sixteen discrete I/O
vv A built-in Ethernet port
vv Two analog inputs
vv Two analog outputs
vv And a CANopen master
bb Practicality because the Altivar IMC card type S Solutions with AFB is ideal for
integration in Altivar 61 drives, and can therefore use:
vv Their inputs/outputs
vv Their communication cards
vv Their parameters: speed, current, torque, etc.
vv Their remote graphic display terminal
vv And also the inputs/outputs in their I/O expansion cards
vv Plus the speed feedback counter in the encoder interface cards
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3
4
5
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Software configuration
SoMachine software platform
1
Configuration and programming of the Altivar IMC drive controller card type S
Solutions with AFB and equipment in Schneider Electric’s “Flexible Machine Control”
concept are both designed to cut costs and optimize your machine performance.
Schneider Electric’s SoMachine software platform can be used to program Altivar
IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB using:
bb IEC 61131-3 programming languages: Instruction List (IL), Ladder Diagram (LD),
Function Block Diagram (FBD), Sequential Function Chart/Grafcet (SFC) and
Structured Text (ST)
bb CFC (Continuous Function Chart) language.
PLCopen function blocks are used for managing motion control and axis control on
your machines.
See page 2/2.
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Integration in the Schneider Electric product offer
Combined with other dedicated products in the Schneider Electric offer, such as
Altivar variable speed drives, Lexium servo drives, Magelis HMI terminals, TeSys
motor starters and contactors, the Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions
with AFB can be integrated transparently in a number of architectures.
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Functions
Hardware control platforms
Drive controller
Altivar IMC drive controller card type S solutions with
AFB, for Altivar 61 variable speed drive
Functions
1
Analog functions
For machines that require functions to process data issued by analog sensors/
actuators (voltage or current), temperature sensors, pressure or PID control
sensors, the Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB has, as
standard, 2 analog inputs (voltage or current) with 10-bit resolution and 2 analog
outputs (current) with 10-bit resolution.
2
1 2 3 4 Communication function
Ethernet
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB has a built-in RJ45
Ethernet port (10/100 Mbps, MDI/MDIX) with Ethernet TCP Modbus, SoMachine on
Ethernet, UDP, TCP and SNMP protocols.
In addition, the Altivar IMC card type S Solutions with AFB has an embedded Web
Server and FTP Server.
As well as the default address based on the MAC address, it is possible to assign a
controller IP address via a DHCP server or via a BOOTP server.
3
4
Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB installed on Altivar 61
Pressure sensor
Variable speed pump
Fixed speed pumps
Analog functions
5
Customization function on the graphic display terminal
Menu 1.14
The remote graphic display terminal on Altivar 61 drive includes a menu dedicated to
the Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB.
The user is offered a graphic display of 8 lines of 24 characters.
This menu can be customized simply and directly using the SoMachine software.
The user can define the language, name, unit, decimal point, and the type of
parameter he wishes to customize for his own application. The user can also define
alarms and error messages for his application.
Clock function
A time and date-stamping function combined with a clock backed up by a lithium
battery makes it possible to keep a log of events that have occurred. When the
Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB is installed in the drive,
drive faults are automatically time and date-stamped without the need for any special
programming.
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Communication
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB has the following
built-in communication ports:
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Communication ports
Use
1 x RJ45 (MDI/MDIX port)
vv FTP server
vv Web server
vv Modbus TCP server
vv Modbus TCP client
vv Manager SoMachine
vv SNMP
vv Modbus device
1 x mini-USB
Programming port (480 Mbps)
1 x 9-way male SUB-D
Master CANopen connection
Menu 1.14
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Embedded Ethernet
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB has an embedded
Ethernet link via a direct connection to its RJ45 port.
bb Speed: “10 BaseT” and “100 BaseTX” with auto-negotiation
bb RJ45 port (MDI/MDIX): automatic adaptation to a straight or crossed cable
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Protocols
Number of connections
Modbus server
8
Modbus device
2
FTP server
4
Web server
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Description,
references
Drive controller
Altivar IMC integrated controller card for Altivar 61
variable speed drive
Description
The Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB comprises:
1 Three spring connectors for:
vv 10 digital inputs
vv 6 digital outputs
vv 2 analog inputs
vv 2 analog outputs
vv 2 commons
2 A connector with removable screw terminals, 3 contacts at intervals of 3.81 for the 24 V c power
supply
3 A mini USB-B connector for programming using SoMachine software
4 A 9-way SUB-D connector for connection to the CANopen machine bus
5 An RJ45 connector for connection of the SoMachine software workshop and/or connection to an
Ethernet Modbus TCP network
6 Five LEDs:
vv 1 green/yellow ETH LED for Ethernet activity
vv 1 green/red NS (Network status) LED
vv 1 green/red MS (Module status) LED
vv 1 green/red CAN (CANopen activity) LED
vv 1 green/red LED programmable by the user
7 Four configuration selector switches
Variable speed drives
Designation
Refer to the “Altivar 61 variable speed
drives” catalogue or visit our website
www.schneider-electric.com
Altivar IMC drive controller card type S Solutions with AFB for Altivar 61
Altivar IMC drive
controller card
type S Solutions
with AFB
Voltage
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
24 V c
VW3A3521S0
0.185 kg
0.408 lb
I/O expansion cards for Altivar 61(1)
Designation
VW3A3521S0
I/O expansion
cards (2)
3
Reference
Altivar 61 variable speed drives
Altivar 61 variable speed drives
2
4
References
Designation
1
Type of I/O
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
Logic
input
Logic
output
Analog
input
Analog
output
PTC
Frequency
probe
control
input (2) input
4
3
–
–
1
–
VW3A3201
0.300
0.661
4
3
2
2
1
1
VW3A3202
0.300
0.661
For more information about digital I/O cards, visit our website www.schneider-electric.com.
5
6
7
Communication cards
Designation
VW3A3 202
VW3A3 3pp
communication
cards
Protocols available (depending on model)
Reference
vv Modbus Plus
vv Uni-Telway
vv InterBus-S
vv Profibus DP
vv DeviceNet
vv Ethernet Modbus TCP
vv Fipio
Refer to “Altivar 61 variable speed
drives” catalogue, or visit our website
www.schneider-electric.com
vv EtherNet IP
vv CC-Link
vv Lonworks
vv METASYS N2
vv APOGEE FLN
vv BACnet
Connection cable
Designation
TCSXCNAMUM3P
Programming
cable
Use
Length
Reference
From the mini USB-B port on the Altivar IMC
drive controller card type S to the type A USB
port on the PC terminal for programming and
updating firmware
3m
9.843 ft
TCSXCNAMUM3P
Weight
kg
lb
0.065
0.143
(1) Altivar 61 variable speed drive can only take one I/O expansion card with the same reference.
(2) This PTC probe input must never be used to protect an ATEX motor in applications in explosive atmospheres.
Please refer to the ATEX guide which is available on our website “www.schneider-electric.com”.
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Selection guide
Hardware control platforms
HMI Controllers
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers
Applications
Display of text messages, graphic objects and mimics
Control and configuration of data
1
IEC 1131-2 control function
Terminal type
HMI Controllers
2
3
4
Display
Functions
6
7
8
Back-lit monochrome (amber or red mode) STN LCD
(320 x 240 pixels)
Capacity
3.8” (monochrome)
Data entry
Memory capacity
5
Type
I/O
Communication
Via touch screen
Static function keys
–
Dynamic function keys
–
Service keys
–
Alphanumeric keys
–
Application
16 MB EPROM Flash
Extension
–
Maximum number of pages
and maximum number of
instructions
Limited by internal Flash EPROM memory capacity
Variables per page
Unlimited (8000 variables max.)
Programmed logic
5 languages according to IEC 1131-2 (LD, ST, FBD, SFC, IL)
Counting/positioning
4 x 100 kHz fast counter inputs/4 x 65 kHz pulse train outputs
Control (PID)
Yes
Representation of variables
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, tank, tank level indicator, curves, polygon, button, indicator
Recipes
32 groups of 64 recipes comprising 1024 ingredients max.
Curves
Yes, with log
Alarm logs
Yes
Real-time clock
Built-in
Integrated
12 x 24 V c digital inputs
6 sink or source
transistor outputs (1)
I/O modular extensions
Two M238 I/O modules max.
Downloadable protocols
–
Asynchronous serial link
–
USB ports
1
Buses and networks
1 CANopen master with optional module (XBTZGC CAN)
–
9
10
Printer link
USB port for parallel printer
Design software
SoMachine with Windows XP Professional and Windows 7 Professional 32/64-bit, see page 2/5
Operating system
Magelis
(131 MHz RISC CPU)
Terminal type
XBTGC1100 T/U
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2
Backlit monochrome STN LCD (320 x 240 pixels)
Colour STN LCD (320 x 240 pixels)
5.7” (monochrome)
5.7” (colour)
3
4
5
6
7
16 x 24 V c digital inputs
16 sink or source
transistor outputs (1)
Three M238 I/O modules max.
8
Uni-TE, Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP (1) and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi, Omron, Allen-Bradley and Siemens
RS 232C/RS 422/485 (COM1)
Ethernet TCP/IP (10BASE-T/100 BASE-TX)
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XBTGC2120 T/U
XBTGC2230 T/U
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Hardware control platforms
HMI Controllers
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers
Presentation
Magelis HMI Controllers are part of Schneider's Flexible Machine Control concept, a
key element in MachineStruxureTM.
1
The Magelis HMI Controller offer brings together Human Machine Interface and
control functions within in a single product. This reduces the amount of equipment
required and the associated costs throughout the life cycle of the machine.
2
Magelis XBTGC HMI Controllers
Magelis XBTGC HMI Controllers
The compact design of Magelis XBTGC HMI Controllers optimizes setup.
This range comprises six touch screen terminals, with the following, depending on
the model:
bb 3.8” monochrome screen, 12 integrated inputs/6 integrated outputs (sink or source)
bb 5.7” monochrome or colour screen, 16 integrated inputs/16 integrated outputs (sink
or source)
bb A wide choice of communication interfaces (USB, serial link, CANopen and
Ethernet)
3
In order to adapt easily to different configurations, it is possible to add digital or
analog I/O expansion modules at the rear of the Controller.
4
Operation
With their fast, multitasking processors, the HMI Controllers combine HMI and
control functions and share the same screen and communication features and
dimensions.
The internal memory can be freely used by both the HMI function and the control
function.
Processing is split 75% on the HMI part and 25% on the control part. The processing
can be configured for 3 tasks, including 1 master task.
5
XBTGC HMI Controllers also share the same I/O modules, the same Telefast
pre-wired system and the same peripherals on the CANopen bus as the M238 logic
controller.
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Hardware control platforms
HMI Controllers
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers
Configuration
Vijeo Designer
(included in SoMachine)
SoMachine
Magelis XBT GC HMI Controllers are configured using Schneider Electric's unique
machine automation software, SoMachine.
This software, combining both HMI and control functions, is based on Vijeo Designer
software in the Windows XP Professional and Windows 7 Professional 32/64-bit
environment.
SoMachine software boasts an advanced user interface with many configurable
windows, enabling unique projects to be developed quickly and easily.
See page 2/5.
Communication
1
2
SoMachine:
WebGate function
3
Ethernet
XBT GC
4
Modbus
ATV312
TeSys U
5
ATV212
6
Examples of communication architectures
Depending on the model:
bb Magelis HMI Controllers communicate with automation devices via 1 or 2 integrated
serial links using the following communication protocol: Schneider Electric (Uni-TE,
Modbus)
bb Magelis HMI Controllers can be connected to Ethernet TCP/IP networks with the
Modbus TCP protocol or a third-party protocol. They also can be used as the CANopen
master to control the peripherals which can be connected on this bus.
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Hardware control platforms
HMI Controllers
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers
Functions
Magelis HMI Controllers are part of Schneider's Flexible Machine Control concept, a
key element in MachineStruxureTM.
Magelis XBTGC HMI Controllers offer the following HMI functions:
bb Display of animated mimics with 8 types of animation (pressing the touch panel,
colour changes, filling, movement, rotation, size, visibility and value display)
bb Control, modification of numeric and alphanumeric values
bb Display of current date and time
bb Real-time curves and trend curves with log
bb Alarm display, alarm log and management of alarm groups
bb Multi-window management
bb Page calls initiated by the operator
bb Multilingual application management (10 languages simultaneously)
bb Recipe management
bb Data processing via Java script
bb Application support and USB key external memory logs
bb Management of serial printers and barcode readers
1
2
3
Magelis XBTGC HMI Controllers (1) have been designed for Transparent Ready
architectures and equipment (combination of Web and Ethernet TCP/IP
technologies). With the WebGate function, it is possible to control or carry out
maintenance remotely.
Magelis XBTGC HMI Controllers offer the following functions for control:
bb Execution of programmed logic sequences with the five IEC 1131-2 languages (LD,
ST, FBD, SFC, IL)
bb Management of equipment on the CANopen fieldbus
In addition to these functions, Magelis XBT GC HMI Controllers manage:
bb Integrated and remote I/O on expansion modules
bb Remote analog I/O on expansion modules
4
Operating modes for the terminals
The illustrations below show which equipment can be connected to XBT terminals
based on their two operating modes.
5
Edit mode
Ethernet network (1)
USB key
6
XBTGC
PC with software
SoMachine
Connection cable
XBTZG935
Run mode
7
Ethernet network (2)
USB port
duplicator
8
Barcode
reader (4)
Mouse
Keyboard
COM1
Barcode
reader (4)
COM2
9
Parallel printer
(5)
XBTGC
+ 3 I/O modules (3)
10
Modicon OTB
ATV 212
(1) Depending on model
(2) With XBTGC 2230T/U
(3) With XBTGCppppT/U, maximum 2/3 I/O modules according to model
(4) Should be a DataLogic Gryphon barcode reader
(5) Should be a Hewlett Packard printer via a USB/PIO converter
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Description
HMI Controllers
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers with 3.8” screen,
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers with 5.7” screen
Description
1
Magelis XBTGC1100T and XBTGC1100U HMI Controllers
The front panel comprises:
1 A touch screen for displaying mimics (3.8” amber or red mode monochrome)
2 A control indicator showing the terminal's operating mode
The rear panel comprises:
2
5
1 2 3 4 5 6 4
3
2
A removable screw terminal block for 24 V c power supply
A type A USB master connector for peripheral connection and application transfer
A removable terminal block for 12 digital inputs and 6 digital outputs
An interface for connecting M238 logic controller I/O expansion modules
An interface for connecting the CANopen bus master module
Digital (TM2Dpp) or analog (TM2App) I/O expansion module (to be ordered
separately, see page 3/34)
It is possible to combine a maximum of two I/O expansion modules, depending
on the module type (see page 3/34).
1
2
3
1
4
6
5
Magelis XBTGC2p20 and XBTGC2p30 HMI Controllers
The front panel comprises:
1 A touch screen for displaying mimics (5.7” monochrome or colour)
2 A multicolour indicator (green, orange and red) showing the terminal's operating
mode
1
2
The rear panel comprises:
5
4
1
6
3
2
8
1 A removable screw terminal block for 24 V c power supply
2 A type A USB master connector for peripheral connection and application transfer
3 A 9-way male SUB-D connector for RS 232C or RS 422/485 serial link to PLCs
(COM1)
4 An interface for connecting the M238 logic controller I/O expansion module
5 An interface for connecting the CANopen bus master module.
6 A removable terminal block for 16 digital inputs and 16 digital outputs
7Digital (TM2Dpp) or analog (TM2App) I/O expansion module (to be ordered
separately, see page 3/34)
It is possible to combine a maximum of three I/O expansion modules, depending
on the module type (see page 3/34).
For XBTGC2230 only:
8 An RJ45 connector for Ethernet TCP/IP 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX link
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References
HMI Controllers
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers
Magelis XBTGC HMI Controllers (1)
Type of screen
1
Application
memory
capacity
Compact
Flash
memory
Integrated I/O
No. of
Ethernet
ports
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
1 USB
16 MB
No
12 I/6 O source
-
XBTGC1100T
0.400
0.882
12 I/6 O sink
-
XBTGC1100U
0.400
0.882
16 I/16 O source
-
XBTGC2120T
1.000
2.205
16 I/16 O sink
-
XBTGC2120U
1.000
2.205
16 I/16 O source
1
XBTGC2230T
1.000
2.205
16 I/16 O sink
1
XBTGC2230U
1.000
2.205
3.8’’ screen
STN
amber or red
2
No. of
ports
XBTGC1100p
5.7’’ screen
STN
black and white
mode
1 COM 1
16 MB
No
1 USB
5.7’’ screen
STN
colour
3
1 COM 1
No
1 USB
XBTGC1100
XBTGC2pppp
4
Separate parts
Designation
Protective sheets
(5 peel-off sheets)
Designation
5
16 MB
Remote USB port location
for type A XBT terminal
XBTZGUSB
6
XBTGC 1100
–
XBTZG60
0.200
0.441
XBTGC2pp0
–
XBTZG62
0.200
0.441
Description
Length
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
Weight
kg
XBTZGUSB
–
-
XBTZGUSBB
–
Enables the USB port to be located remotely on 1 m
the rear of the XBT terminal on a panel or cabinet 3.281 ft
door (Ø 21 mm / 826.772 in. mounting device)
Connection via card on bus extension
-
XBTZGCCAN
–
Cable for transferring
application to PC
USB TTL connector
2m
6.562 ft
XBTZG935
–
Used for
Reference
XBTGC1100
XBTZG51
0.030
0.066
XBTGT21p0
XBTZG52
0.030
0.066
XBTGC 1100
XBTZGCLP2
–
XBTGC 2pp0
XBTZGCLP4
–
Mounting kit
4 clips and screws (max. tightening torque: 0,5 Nm),
included with XBTGC terminals
XBTZGFIX
0.100
0.220
Spring clip for expansion
modules on XBTGC
XBTGC2pp0 terminals
XBTZGCHOK
0.030
0.066
Power supply connector
XBTGC1ppp / GC2ppp
XBTZGPWS1
0.030
0.066
Dierct I/O connector
XBTGC1000
XBTZGDIO1
–
XBTGC2000
XBTZGDIO2
–
Joints d’étanchéité
Attache USB
9
Reference
XBTGC connection to
CANopen master fieldbus
Designation
8
Size
Remote USB port location
for mini type B XBT terminal
Replacement parts
7
Compatibility
Weight
kg
lb
(1)Terminals supplied with mounting kit (screw clips), locking device for USB connectors, spring clip for expansion modules
(except XBTGC1100) and instruction sheet. The setup documentation for XBTGC terminals is supplied in electronic format with
SoMachine software (see page 2/5).
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Combinations
HMI Controllers
MagelisTM XBTGC HMI Controllers
I/O expansion modules
XBTGC1ppp
Combinations of
2 I/O expansion
modules with
XBTGC1ppp
XBTGC1ppp
TM2Dpp
TM2App
XBTGC2ppp
Combinations of
2 I/O expansion
modules with
XBTGC2ppp
TM2Dpp
TM2App
XBTGC2ppp
XBTGC2ppp
Combinations of
3 I/O expansion
modules with
XBTGC2ppp
Combinations of two expansion modules
Type (1)
Type (1)
Total thickness
mm (in.)
A
A
35.2 (1.280)
A
B
41.1 (1.618)
B
B
47.0 (1.850)
A
C
47.3 (1.862)
B
C
53.2 (2.094)
A
D
56.7 (2.232)
C
C
59.4 (2.239)
B
D
62.6 (2.465)
C
D
68.8 (2.709)
D
D
78.2 (3.079)
Permitted
combinations
1
2
Prohibited
combinations
3
Combinations of two expansion modules
Type (1)
Type (1)
Total thickness
mm (in.)
A
A
35.2 (1.280)
A
B
41.1 (1.618)
B
B
47.0 (1.850)
A
C
47.3 (1.862)
B
C
53.2 (2.094)
A
D
56.7 (2.232)
C
C
59.4 (2.239)
B
D
62.6 (2.465)
C
D
68.8 (2.709)
D
D
78.2 (3.079)
Permitted
combinations
5
Prohibited
combinations
Combinations of three expansion modules
Type (1)
Type (1)
Type (1)
Total thickness
mm (in.)
A
A
A
52.8 (2.079)
A
A
B
58.7 (2.311)
A
B
B
64.6 (2.543)
B
B
B
70.5 (2.776)
All other combinations
– (-)
4
Permitted
combinations
with hook
(2)
6
7
Prohibited
(1) For digital (TM2Dpp) and analog (TM2App) I/O expansion module types, see page 3/34:
- Type A: thickness 17.6 mm (0.693 in.)
- Type B: thickness 23.5 mm (1.169 in.)
- Type C: thickness 29.7 mm (0.693 in.)
- Type D: thickness 39.1 mm (1.539 in.)
(2) Hook included with product
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Selection guide
Hardware control platforms
Modicon M238 logic controller,
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Application
General control solutions for
vv Hoisting
vv Packaging
vv Conveying
vv Pumping
vv ...
Voltage
24 c (- 15% / + 20 %)
Certifications
e, UL, CSA, ACA (C-Tick), GOST (pending)
1
2
3
Digital I/O
4
I/O expansion
Embedded function
5
6
No. of 24 V c inputs
14, 8 of which can be configured as fast inputs
No. of outputs
10 transistor,
4 of which can be configured as fast outputs
Max. number of modules
7: digital, analog, high-speed counter, (3 high-speed counter TM200HSC060pp)
Max. number of digital I/O
136/192/248 (1)
HSC
8 x 100 kHz simple channels, 4 x 100 kHz simple channels and 1 x 100 kHz advanced channel
(2) or 2 x 100 kHz advanced channels (2)
Motion or Reflex functions
4 channels,
frequency: 100 Hz
PID regulation
Yes
Event processing
Yes, up to 4 event tasks can be activated by the fast inputs or by the integrated counter channels
(on threshold)
Connection via
Embedded
communication
7
4 removable screw terminal blocks (supplied as standard)
4 removable spring terminal blocks with optional unit TM238 RSSPT (ordered separately)
RS 485/RS 232 serial port
RJ45 port, marking on front panel SL1 :
1 channel
Protocols:
vv Default : Modbus slave,
vv Modbus master/slave RTU/ASCII, ASCII
RS 485 serial port
Master/slave type isolated serial link
RJ45 port, marking on front panel SL2 :
1 channel
Protocols:
vv Default : Modbus slave,
vv Modbus master/slave RTU/ASCII, ASCII
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Terminal port “Prg. Port”
1 USB 2.0 (Mini B USB connector): Programming port for SoMachine software
CANopen
Conformity class M10, limited to 16 slaves for 1 master
User zone in internal RAM Capacity
No. of instructions
9
Master/slave type isolated serial link
1000 KB
25 K instructions depending on the language and type of instruction used
Type of compact base
TM238 LFDC24DTS0
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spring terminals and the 3 rd to expansion modules with HE 10 connectors..
(2) Advanced channel with two-phase signal inputs for encoder, threshold detection function and reflex function.
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2
100-240 V a (+ 10% / - 15 %)
3
e, UL, CSA, ACA (C-Tick), GOST (pending), CSA (Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D)
14, 8 of which can be configured as fast inputs
4 transistor
+ 6 relay
4
7: digital, analog, high-speed counter, (3 high-speed counter TM200HSC060pp)
136/192/248 (1)
8 x 100 kHz simple channels, 4 x 100 kHz simple channels and 1 x 100 kHz advanced channel (2) or 2 x 100 kHz advanced channels (2)
5
4 channels,
frequency: 100 Hz
Yes
Yes, up to 4 event tasks that can be activated by the base's fast inputs or by the integrated counter channels (threshold attained)
4 removable screw terminal blocks (supplied as standard)
4 removable spring terminal blocks with optional unit TM238 RSSPT (ordered separately)
6
Master/slave type isolated serial link
RJ45 Port, marking on front panel SL1 : 1 channel
Protocols:
vv Default : Modbus slave,
vv Modbus master/slave RTU/ASCII, ASCII
7
Master/slave type isolated serial link
RJ45 port, marking on front panel SL2 : 1 channel
Protocols:
vv Default : Modbus slave,
vv Modbus master/slave RTU/ASCII, ASCII
1 USB 2.0 (Connecteur type USB mini-B): Programming port for SoMachine software
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Conformity class M10, limited to 16 slaves for 1 master
1000 KB
25 K instructions depending on the language and type of instruction used
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Presentation
Hardware control platforms
Modicon M238 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Presentation
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The Modicon M238 logic controller is the compact base for solutions with AFB,
high-performance and fully expandable PLC. It forms a part of Flexible Machine
Control approach, a key component of MachineStruxureTM, which brings you
maximum flexibility and ensures the most optimised control solution.
Modicon M238 compact logic controllers offer an “all-in-one” solution in a compact
unit (157 x 118 x 86 mm excluding expansion modules).
2
Two models are available, with different embedded communications and supply
voltages.
3
TM238LFDC24DTS0
bb Model TM238LFDC24DTS0, powered with 24 V c offers:
vv 14 x 24 V c inputs, including 8 fast inputs, dedicated to special functions such as
high-speed counting (HSC)
vv 10 x 24 V c solid state outputs, including 4 fast outputs, dedicated to special
functions such as PWM and PTO.
vv An RS 232/RS 485 serial link (SoMachine-Network, Modbus, ASCII protocols)
vv A CANopen bus master link
vv A second RS 485 serial link (SoMachine-Network, Modbus, ASCII protocols)
bb Model TM238LFAC24DRS0, powered with 100-240 V a offers:
vv 14 x 24 V c inputs, including 8 fast inputs, dedicated to special functions such as
high-speed counting (HSC)
vv 4 x 24 V c solid state outputs, dedicated to HSC reflex functions, and 6 relay outputs
(PMW and PTO functions not supported on these models)
vv An RS 232/RS 485 serial link (SoMachine-Network, Modbus, ASCII protocols)
vv A CANopen bus master link
vv A second RS 485 serial link (SoMachine-Network, Modbus, ASCII protocols).
vv The number of I/O can be expanded on all four models by adding up to
7 expansion modules (1) of the following type on the right-hand side of the base unit:
-- Digital TM2DDI/DDO/DMM/DRA
-- Analog TM2AMI/ALM/ARI/AMO/AVO/AMM
-- up to 3 High-speed counter TM200HSC206DT/DF
4
5
TM238LFAC24DRS0
6
Modems or communication gateways can be connected to the serial links in order to
expand the connectivity capability to include
vv Ethernet Modbus/TCP,
vv Profibus DP,
vv DeviceNet,
vv etc.
Note: A serial link on each controller delivers a 5 V c voltage dedicated primarily to powering a
Magelis display unit or Small panel terminal XBTNp00/R400/RT500 or the Ethernet gateway
499TWD01100.
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The compact controller solution also has great flexibility in terms of wiring. With
digital I/O expansion modules, several connection options are available, including
removable screw terminals, spring terminals and HE 10 connectors, providing
simple, quick, safe wiring. The Modicon Telefast ABE 7 prewiring system can be
used for easy connection of expansion modules with HE 10 connectors.
(1) The addition of 7 expansion modules allows a maximum number per configuration of
136/192/248 I/O (depending on whether expansion modules with screw terminals, spring
terminals or HE 10 connectors are being used).
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Hardware control platforms
Modicon M238 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Presentation
Design and installation of Modicon M238 applications
Schneider Electric’s SoMachine software platform is used to program
Modicon M238 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB using:
bb IEC 61131-3 programming languages: Instruction List (IL), Ladder Diagram (LD),
Function Block Diagram (FBD), Sequential Function Chart/Grafcet (SFC) and
Structured Text (ST)
bb CFC (Continuous Function Chart) language.
Access to the hoisting libraries including all the specialized AFB, see page 2/2..
SoMachine software platform
Program loader
1
2
The TM2USBABDEV1 program loader is an accessory which is designed to simplify
updating or duplication of applications on Modicon M238 logic controllers without the
need for a programming terminal.
3
4
1
2
3
bb For updating: an application generated by SoMachine, stored on a USB memory
stick, will be transferred by the program loader to an M238 controller.
bb For duplication: an application is transferred from an M238 controller to the program
loader. The application is stored on a USB memory stick, then transferred from the
program loader to another M238 controller.
4
The front panel of the TM2USBABDEV1 program loader features:
1. A USB port (marked PLC) for the connection cable to the mini-B USB port
(marked Prg. Port) on the Modicon M238 logic controller.
2. A USB port (marked key) for the USB memory stick (holding the application).
3. An On/Off button to start the transfer.
4. Four operation LED indicators (PWR, COM, ERR, STS).
5
Compact base configuration
mini B USB port dedicated to
the programming terminal /
program loader
CANopen integrated link
24 V c power supply:
TM238LFDC24DTS0
100-240 V a power supply:
TM238LFAC24DRS0
------------------------- I/O expansion modules (Up to 7) ------------------------------
TM238LFpC24DpS0
6
+
Digital I/O
TM2DpI
TM2DpO
Analog I/O
TM2AMI/ARI/ApO
TM2ApM
Counter with 2 x 60 kHz channels
TM200HSC206Dp
7
10 transistor outputs (including 4 PWM/PTO outputs) with TM238LFDC24DTS0
4 transistor outputs + 6 relay outputs with TM238LFAC24DRS0
14 digital inputs (including 8 fast inputs)
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- 1 RS 485/RS 232 serial link, SoMachine-Network/Modbus/ASCII protocols
- 1 RS 485 serial link, SoMachine-Network/Modbus protocols
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Description
Modicon M238 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Description
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
6
7
3
10
9
8
4
The Modicon M238 logic controller base for Solutions with AFB TM238LFDC24DTS0
and TM238LFAC24DRS0 comprise:
1 A mini B USB connector, marked Prg. Port, for connecting a programming
terminal
2 A hinged access cover with 2 cable glands (1 removable for the terminal cordset
and 1 for the CANopen cable)
3 A removable screw terminal block (12 terminals) for connecting the sensors (24 V
c fast inputs)
4 A removable screw terminal block (7 terminals) for connecting the sensors (24 V
c inputs)
5 A connector for up to 7 digital TM2Dpp, analog TM2App and up to 3 counter
TM200HSC206Dp I/O expansion modules
6 A display unit showing:
-- The controller status by means of 4 LEDs (PWR, RUN, Batt and Err)
-- The integrated communication port status by means of 4 LEDs (SL1, SL2,
CAN Run and CAN Err)
7 A display unit showing the I/O states (I0…I13 and Q0…Q9)
8 A removable screw terminal block (10 terminals) for connecting 6 preactuators
9 A removable screw terminal block (6 terminals) for connecting 4 preactuators
10A removable screw terminal block (5 terminals marked CANopen) for connection
to the CANopen bus.
Accessible from the underside of the controller:
11A removable screw terminal block (3 terminals):
vv +, -, t marked 24 VDC for connecting the 24 V c power supply
vv L, N, t marked 100-240 VAC for connecting the 100-240 V a power supply
122 RJ45 connectors marked SL1 and SL2 for connecting the serial links
13A hinged cover for accessing the RAM backup battery (optional) and the internal
real-time clock
5
The compact bases are mounted as standard on a symmetrical 5 rail or on a metal
plate (two Ø 4.3 holes).
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References
Modicon M238 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
References
Number
of I/O
Inputs
Outputs
No. of I/O Integrated
expansion serial port
modules
Integrated Reference
master
CANopen
port
Weight
kg
lb
1
Compact base for solutions with AFB, 24 V c power supply
24 I/O
(removable
battery
to be ordered
separately)
6 x 24 V c
inputs (sink/
source)
8 x 24 V
c fast inputs
(sink)
7 modules
10 transistor
outputs
max.
(source)
including 4 fast
1 RS 232/485 (marked 1
SL1)
1 RS 485 (1)
(marked SL2)
TM238LFDC24DTS0
0.595
1.312
2
Compact base for solutions with AFB, 100-240 V a power supply
TM238LFDC24DT
24 I/O
(removable
battery
to be ordered
separately)
6 x 24 V c
inputs (sink/
source)
8 x 24 V
c fast inputs
(sink)
7 modules
4 transistor
outputs
max.
(source) and
6 relay outputs
1 RS 232/485 (marked 1
SL1)
1 RS 485 (1)
(marked SL2)
TM238LFAC24DRS0
0.595
1.312
3
Separate parts
Designation
TM238LFAC24DR
Removable backup
batteries
Use
Length
Sold
Reference
Lithium thionyl chloride type for Modicon M238
compact bases
Individual
TSXPLP01
Pack of 10 TSXPLP101
Programming cable
TSXPLP101
TCSXCNAMUM3P
TM200RSRCEMC
RS 232 serial link cordsets 1 RJ45 connector For DTE terminal (printer)
for DTE/DCE
and one 9-way
terminal device
SUB-D
For DCE terminal (modem,
connector
converter)
0.065
0.143
3m
TCSMCN3M4F3C2
0.150
0.331
3m
TCSMCN3M4M3S2
0.150
0.331
–
TM238RSSPT
0.048
0.106
Shielding connection
clamps
Attachment and earthing of the cable shielding
Pack of 25 TM200RSRCEMC
Pack of 25 clamps including 20 clamps for Ø 4.8 mm
cable and 5 for Ø 7.9 mm cable
Modbus communication
gateways
Connection of
Modicon M238
compact bases
to network/bus
Designation
Modbus cables
equipped with
2 RJ45 connectors
0.189
0.417
TCSXCNAMUM3P
Set of 5 removable spring connectors.
Replaces the 5 screw connectors supplied with
Modicon M238 compact bases
499TWD01100
0.012
0.026
3m
Removable spring
connectors for digital I/O
GSM/GPRS modem
(DCE terminal)
SR2MOD03
From the mini B USB port on the Modicon M238
compact bases to the type A USB port on the PC
terminal for programming and updating firmware
Weight
kg
lb
–
Ethernet Modbus/TCP
(2)
499TWD01100
0.200
0.441
Profibus DP
(3)
LUFP7
0.245
0540
DeviceNet
(3)
LUFP9
0.245
0.540
4-band 900/1800 MHz (Europe) and 850/1900 MHz
(United States)
IP 31 casing supplied with:
vv 1.5 m power cable
vv SMA-M magnetic GSM 4-band aerial with 2.5 m
cable
vv Fixed on panel or 5
5.5…24 V c supply voltage
–
SR2MOD03
0.335
0.739
Use
From
Length
Serial port
marked
SL1/SL2
To
4
5
6
7
8
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
Ethernet gateway 499 TWD 01100 2.5 m
XBTZ9980
Profibus DP LUF P7 or DeviceNet 1 m
LUF P9, TSX CUSB 485 converter
VW3A8306R10
0.050
0.110
3m
VW3A8306R30
0.150
0.331
0.3 m
VW3A8306R03
0.030
0.066
–
(1) RS 485 link delivering a 5 V c/200 mA power supply.
(2) Connection to serial port SL1 on controller TM238LDA24DRS0 or to serial port SL2 on controller TM238LFAC24DRS0 via
Modbus cable XBTZ9980 (to be ordered separately).
(3) Connection to serial port SL1 on controller controller TM238LDA24DRS0, to serial port SL1 or SL2 on controllers
TM238LFAC24DRS0 via Modbus cable VW3A8306 Rpp (to be ordered separately). Requires a 24 V c external power
supply.
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Hardware control platforms
Modicon M238 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
References
Accessories
1
Designation
HMIZSUSBB
2
3
Description
Length
Reference
Remote location of the
USB port for M238
controllers and
XBTGT2pp0…GT7340,
GT1pp5, GKppp, GTWppp
terminals
Used to locate the USB
1m
port of M238 controllers 3.281 ft
(front) and XBTG
terminals (rear) remotely
on panel or enclosure
door (Ø 21 mm (3.281 in.)
mounting device)
HMIZSUSBB
Program loader
Kit consisting of the
program loader, a cable
(USB/mini-B USB), and
2 batteries (type AA/LR6)
Used to update and
duplicate applications
Requires the use of a
USB memory stick (not
supplied)
TM2USBABDEV1
3m
9.843 ft
(cable)
Weight
kg
lb
0.100
0.220
0.250
0.551
TM2USBABDEV1
Connection elements for RS 485 OS download port for M238 version V1.0 (1)
4
Designation
USB/RS 485 converter
5
TSXCUSB485
Use
Length
Reference
Used to connect the
RS 485 port (SL1) to the
USB port on the PC to
update the controller
operating system.
Requires Modbus cable
VW3 A8 306 Rpp for the
connection at the
controller end
0.4 m
1.312 ft
TSXCUSB485
Weight
kg
lb
0.144
0.317
(integrated
cable at
PC end)
Replacement parts
Designation
6
Removable screw
connectors, supplied with
Modicon M238 bases
7
Use
Reference
Set of 5 removable screw
connectors for digital I/O
TM238RSSCT
One 5-way connector with line
terminator for CANopen link
TM238CNTLSCT
Weight
kg
lb
0.055
0.121
(1) For later versions, use the USB port and cable.
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0.022
Hardware control platforms
Memory structure
Modicon M238 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Protected internal
RAM and first 1000
%MW words
User zone
Internal RAM
Memory structure
10 KB
%MW located variables
1
System + system variables +
relocation table
2
Modicon M238 controllers offer great flexibility in
memory management. Depending on the model used,
they have a user memory zone of 1024 KB with
TM238LFDC24DTS0 and TM238LFAC24DRS0
bases.
Symbols
3
(55 KB + 0.13 KB/symbols)
Program
(eg. 41 bytes per ST instruction) 4
Unlocated variables
5
Libraries
6
CANopen variables
7
This user memory zone is divided according to the
application program requirements and the volume
needed by the symbols, unlocated variables and
libraries required by the application.
The memory structure of Modicon M238 controllers is
shown opposite.
The table below lists the maximum memory capacities
depending on the model (values are given for
information only).
1
2
3
“Retain” and “Retain
8
Persistent” remanent variables
Internal RAM
1 Located variables
2 System + system variables + relocation table
User zone
3 Symbols
KB
KB
KB
KB
KB
4 Program (including online program modification)
5 Unlocated variables
6 Libraries
7 CANopen variables
Protected internal RAM
8 “Retain” variables
8 “Retain Persistent” variables
8 First 1000 %MW words
4
TM238LFDC24DTS0, TM238LFAC24DRS0
2048
120 (60,000 %MW)
900
1000
200 (max. 1000 symbols)
As required by the application, within the limits of the size
of the user zone
KB
KB
Bytes
Bytes
Bytes
115 + 10 per slave
10
8168
400
2000
Storing variables
Remanent variables can be one of two types depending on their declaration in the application:
vv “Retain” variables, 8168 bytes maximum
vv “Retain Persistent” variables, 400 bytes maximum.
The first 1000 located variables 1 (first 1000 %MW words) and all the unlocated variables 5 configured as “Retain”
and “Retain Persistent” type are backed up by the internal battery or by the optional external battery. They are
maintained when the power returns if the startup context allows this (see “Restart context” below).
In addition, “Retain Persistent” type variables are maintained on a change of application if the startup context
allows this (see “Restart context” below).
Restart context
The state of the remanent memory before disconnection is restored on the next power-up when the internal
battery and/or the optional external battery is/are capable of protecting the internal RAM (no memory checksum
error).
If the internal battery or optional external battery does not have enough charge to back up the internal RAM, the
values of the “Retain” and “Retain Persistent” remanent variables are reset to 0.
In SoMachine V3, a new option accessible by configuration allows the choice of 3 modes to restart after powering
off the controller; run / stop / original state when powered off. In this third case, the optional battery is required in
case of powering off more than three days (autonomy of the battery after an initial charge of 22 hours ). If there is
no optional battery, the controller will start in the stop mode after a three-day power off.
The external battery can be monitored by the GetBatteryLevel software function, and its charging status is visible
from the status of the Batt LED on the front of the controller.
Storing the program
Regardless of the context and status of the internal battery and/or optional external battery, the program is backed
up in the Flash RAM during the “boot application” creation procedure (SoMachine software procedure).
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Selection guide
Hardware control platforms
Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Applications
Control solutions for
vv Packaging
vv Conveying
vv Hoisting
vv Pumping
vv ...
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42 digital I/O
42 digital I/O
+ 4 analog inputs
2
3
4
User memory
128 Mbytes
22 ns
User program size
128 program K instructions
Power supply
24 V c
Channel connection
With removable spring terminal blocks (supplied)
Digital
26 x 24 V c inputs including 8 counter inputs (100 kHz)
Analog
–
Transistor
16 outputs (0.5 A) including 4 reflex outputs
Relay
–
USB-B mini-port
Programming port for SoMachine software
USB-A port
Connection of a USB memory stick for transferring programs, data files, firmware updates
RJ45 port (MBS)
RS232 serial link,
RS485 serial link (supplies 250 mA, 5 V for HMI power supply)
Protocols: Master/Slave Modbus ASCII/RTU, ASCII (character string)
SUB-D connector (male 9-way)
(CAN0)
Master CANopen bus (63 slaves)
RJ45 port (Ethernet)
Ethernet TCP IP, Web Server, FTP, Ethernet
Modbus TCP
Ethernet TCP IP Modbus slave, Web Server,
FTP
Optional communication ports
–
2 PCI slots available on controller for optional
communication modules TM5 PCppp (1):
vv Modbus or ASCII serial link
vv connection to Profibus DP bus (slave)
Logic controller type
TM258 LF42DTS0
TM258 LF42DT4LS0
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Digital outputs
Built-in communication
ports
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64 MB (program + data)
Flash
Typical Boolean instruction time
Inputs
6
RAM
4 inputs
+ 10 V/- 10 V, 4-20 mA/0-20 mA,
12-bit resolution
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42 digital I/O
66 digital I/O
+ 4 analog inputs
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64 MB (program + data)
128 Mbytes
22 ns
128 program K instructions
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24 V c
With removable spring terminal blocks (supplied)
26 x 24 V c inputs including 8 counter inputs (100 kHz)
38 x 24 V c inputs including 8 counter inputs (100 kHz)
–
4 inputs
+ 10 V/- 10 V, 4-20 mA/0-20 mA,
12-bit resolution
4 reflex outputs (0.5 A)
28 outputs (0.5 A) including 4 reflex outputs
12
–
5
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Programming port for SoMachine software
Connection of a USB memory stick for transferring programs, data files, firmware updates
RS232 serial link,
RS485 serial link (supplies 250 mA, 5 V for HMI power supply)
Protocols: Master/Slave Modbus ASCII/RTU, ASCII (character string)
Master CANopen bus (63 slaves)
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Ethernet TCP IP Modbus slave, Web Server, FTP
2 PCI slots available on controller for optional communication modules TM5 PCppp (1):
vv Modbus or ASCII serial link
vv connection to Profibus DP bus (slave)
TM258 LF42DRS0
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Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
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Modicon M258 logic controller for Solutions with AFB
The Modicon M258 logic controller is the compact base for Solutions with AFB using
pre-defined AFB libraries, high-performance and fully expandable PLC. It forms a part
of Flexible Machine Control approach, a key component of MachineStruxureTM, which
brings you maximum flexibility and ensures the most optimised control solution.
This PLC is designed for machine manufacturers focusing on applications such as
packaging, conveying and storage, textiles and woodworking, hoisting, etc. It offers
high-performance solutions for speed control, counting, axis control and
communication functions.
Performance
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In terms of performance, the Modicon M258 logic controller has a Dual-Core
processor:
bb Core 1 is dedicated exclusively to managing program tasks and offers the maximum
resources for real-time execution of the application code.
bb Core 2 is dedicated to executing communication tasks, which then have no further
impact on the application execution performance.
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With an execution speed of 22 ns for a Boolean instruction i.e. more than 45,000
Boolean instructions per ms, the capacity to manage up to 2400 I/O, a 64 MByte
RAM memory that can store data and programs as well as a 128 MByte Flash
memory for application and data backup, the Modicon M258 logic controller
eliminates any doubts about the machine’s limits.
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In developing the Modicon M258 logic controller, the cost aspect was taken into
account, the CPUs are equipped as standard with:
bb 42 or 66 digital I/O
bb Embedded serial link and Ethernet port
bb 4 analog inputs (TM258p p p p4L references)
Development and technology
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In all its characteristics, the Modicon M258 logic controller has been developed to
minimize the costs of assembly, cabling, commissioning and maintenance.
To this end:
bb All the modules have removable terminals.
bb All the electrical connections are made on spring terminals, speeding up the wiring
process and also avoiding the need for periodic retightening. In addition, each terminal
has a test point for a voltage sensing device.
bb The embedded serial link and Ethernet port on the Modicon M258 logic controller
have an RJ45 connection at 45° for quick visible connection of your communication
channels.
bb The modularity of the various bases and expansion modules has been optimized in
order to reduce significantly the number of references to be ordered and assembled,
while ensuring the minimum investment in your configuration is necessary, thanks to a
capacity of 2 to 42 channels per expansion module.
bb Mechanical assembly of the various parts has been designed to save a
considerable amount of time during assembly.
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Software configuration
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SoMachine software platform
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Configuration and programming of all M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB
and equipment in Schneider Electric’s “Flexible Machine Control” concept are both
designed to cut costs and optimize machine performance.
Schneider Electric’s SoMachine software platform can be used to program M258
logic controllers for Solutions with AFB using:
bb IEC 61131-3 programming languages: Instruction List (IL), Ladder Diagram (LD),
Function Block Diagram (FBD), Sequential Function Chart/Grafcet (SFC) and
Structured Text (ST)
bb CFC (Continuous Function Chart) language.
PLCopen function blocks are used for managing motion control and axis control on
your machines.
Access to the hoisting libraries including all the specialised AFB, see page 2/2.
Integration in the Schneider Electric product offer
Combined with other products dedicated to machine manufacturers in the Schneider
Electric offer, such as ATV variable speed drives, Lexium servo drives, Magelis HMI
terminals, TeSys motor starters and contactors, the Modicon M258 logic controller is
now a must-have element in machine architectures, with hitherto unrivalled ease and
speed of installation.
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Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Functions
Analog functions
Pressure flow control >
Analog functions
For machines that require functions to process data issued by analog sensors/
actuators (voltage or current), temperature sensors or PID control sensors, a
complete range of expansion modules as well as advanced programming functions
are included in the Modicon M258 logic controller for Solutions with AFB offer.
In order to minimize the number of product references of your machines, optimize
assembly time and cut costs, all M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB with
the reference TM258LFppp4LS0 include as standard 4 voltage or current analog
inputs with 12-bit resolution.
The different expansion modules are available in 2, 4, 6 or 8-channel versions and
with either 12 or 16-bit resolution.
The powerful performance of the M258 logic controller for Solutions with AFB enables
up to 200 analog I/O and/or temperature modules to be connected, thus extending the
limits of machine requirements.
High-speed counter function (HSC)
In order to meet requirements for machine productivity, the Modicon M258 logic
controller for Solutions with AFB has 8 embedded high-speed counters with a
counting frequency of 100 kHz for each channel as well as 4 reflex outputs. The
availability of these embedded counters and also the presence of the Master
CANopen link in TM258LFppppS0 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB makes it
quick and easy to create low-cost, high-performance multi-axis functions that suit the
machines’ limitations.
With the availability of “PLCopen” function blocks specific to the motion control
functions in the SoMachine software, you can be sure that developing your
applications will be quick and reliable.
Moreover, a complete range of high-speed counter modules is available so you can
adapt your configuration to your machine’s specific requirements.
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Communication functions
Ethernet
All M258 logic controller for Solutions with AFB references have an embedded RJ45
Ethernet port (10/100 Mbps, MDI/MDIX) with Ethernet TCP Modbus, Ethernet IP
Device, SoMachine on Ethernet, UDP, TCP and SNMP protocols.
In addition, all the M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB have an embedded
Web Server and FTP Server.
As well as the default address based on the MAC address, it is possible to assign a
controller IP address via a DHCP server or via a BOOTP server.
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CANopen
Depending on the reference, M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB have an
embedded CANopen master.
The link can be configured between 125 Kbps and 1 Mbps and supports up to 63
slaves.
Architectures based on CANopen can be used to distribute I/O modules as close to
the sensors and actuators as possible, thus reducing wiring costs and times, and to
communicate with different devices such as variable speed drives, servo drives, etc.
The CANopen configurator is integrated in the SoMachine software and can also be
used to import standard description files in EDS format.
Modbus serial link
All M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB have as standard a serial link that
can be configured as either RS232/RS485 and incorporates the two most commonly
used protocols on the market:
vv Master or Slave Modbus ASCII/RTU
vv Character string (ASCII)
Profibus DP (Decentralized Peripherals)
The Modicon TM258LF42DT4LS0, TM258LF42DRS0 and TM258LF66DT4LS0 logic
controllers equipped with the TM5PCDPS communication module can be connected
to Profibus bus: for controlling decentralized sensors, actuators or PLCs via a central
master controller
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Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Presentation
Range
The M258 logic controller for Solutions with AFB range is divided into two controller
sizes:
vv TM258LF42DTS0 is 175 mm wide.
vv TM258LF42DTS0, TM258LF42DT4LS0, TM258LF42DRS0 and
TM258LF66DT4LS0 are at least 237.5 mm wide as they have two free PCI slots for
optional Modicon TM5 communication modules (Modbus or ASCII serial link, and
connection to Profibus DP bus).
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TM258LF42DTS0 logic controller
for Solutions with AFB
TM258LD42DT4LS0 logic controller
for Solutions with AFB
TM5PCpp
communication
modules
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TM5C compact blocks
TM5SD digital modules
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The M258 logic controller for Solutions with AFB range is completed by an expansion
module offer:
vv Modicon TM5 Compact blocks
vv Modicon TM5 Digital modules
vv Modicon TM5 Digital/Analog module
vv Modicon TM5 Analog modules
vv Modicon TM5 Expert modules
vv Modicon TM5 Common Distribution modules
vv Modicon TM5 Power Distribution modules
vv Modicon TM5 Transmitter and receiver modules
Functions
The main component in a system is the controller: 4 M258 logic controller for
Solutions with AFB models are offered to cover different control requirements
(pressure, temperature, counting, speed, position control, motion, etc.).
M258 logic controller for Solutions with AFB and I/O modules are programmed with
the SoMachine software.
Reference
TM258LF42DTS0,
TM258LF42DT4LS0,
TM258LF42DRS0,
TM258LF66DT4LS0
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TM5SMM6D2L digital/Analog
module
TM5SA and TM5SEAISG
analog modules
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Embedded functions
bb 42 or 66 digital I/O including 8 high-speed counters (100 kHz)
bb Depending on the reference, 4 voltage/current analog inputs
can be added
bb Up to 16 independent axes
bb CANopen master
All M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB have two groups of high-speed I/O
with, for each group:
vv Four sink type high-speed inputs (up to 100 KHz), 2 standard inputs and 2 source
type high-speed outputs (up to 100 KHz) dedicated to HSC or PWM functions
vv A high-speed input which can be used as an “Encoder capture input”
vv Two commons for the inputs
vv One common for the outputs
vv A power supply (24 V c) consisting of 3 units:
-- One for the CPU
-- One for the high-speed I/O modules
-- One for other modules (internal I/O Bus)
Conformity to standards
Type
TM5SE Expert modules
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Surge immunity 24 VDC circuit
EN/IEC 61000-4-5
Surge immunity 230 VAC circuit
EN/IEC 61000-4-5
Performance
1 kV in common mode
0.5 kV in differential mode
2 kV in common mode
1 kV in differential mode
TM5SPD Common
Distribution modules
TM5SPS Power Distribution
modules
Induced electromagnetic field
EN/IEC 61000-4-6
Conducted emission
EN 55011 (IEC/CISPR11) 150...500 kHz,
quasi peak 79 dBμV
10 Veff (0.15...80 MHz)
500 kHz...30 MHz,
quasi peak 73 dBμV
Radiated emission
EN 55011 (IEC/CISPR11) 30...230 MHz,
10 m @ 40 dBμV/m
230 MHz...1 GHz,
10 m @ 47 dBμV/m
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TM5SBET1 transmitter
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TM5SBER2 receiver module
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Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Assembly and mounting
The components of this system have been designed for simple interlocking
mechanical assembly.
An 8-way expansion bus connection (2 for the power supply, 2 for the bus and 4 for
the data) is used to distribute data and the power supply when assembling the
components: the M258 controller with compact blocks and modules (digital, digital/
analog, analog, Expert, common distribution, power distribution, expansion bus).
All the elements which make up the system are mounted and dismounted on a
symmetrical rail using the locking levers located on top of each device.
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Wiring and maintenance of devices is simplified since they are fitted with removable
spring terminals. The spring terminals are undone by pressing a locking tab.
Ethernet Modbus/TCP
The system is integrated into communication networks: all the connectors (RJ45,
USB, mini-USB and SUB-D type depending on the model) are accessible, as they
are located on the controller front panels.
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3
Local or remote architecture
I/O
Embedded I/O
expansion expansion
I/O
bb Compact blocks represent a way of adding a large number of I/O with a single
reference. This possibility reduces both the cost per channel, and also assembly times.
These compact blocks are available in 4 references offering a high level of flexibility in
configurations.
bb I/O modules (a combination of a bus base, an electronic module and a terminal
block) complete this configuration and, being modular with between 2 and 12 channels,
make it possible to adjust the number of channels to exactly that required. Addition of
digital or analog modules, temperature or high-speed modules increases the
processing capabilities of applications.
Local I/O
1
Ethernet Modbus/TCP
Local I/O
A PLC configuration can be local or remote. It consists of an M258 controller with its
embedded input and output channels, used in conjunction with compact blocks and/
or modules which are used to increase the number of channels and/or “Applicationspecific” functions.
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3
4
Configuration of local I/O
1 XBTGT supervision graphic touch screen terminal
2 M258 controller for Solutions with AFB
3 Compact blocks or I/O modules
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3
4
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6
I/O
I/O
Embedded
expansion expansion
I/O
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Remote I/O
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3
3 734
Remote I/O
expansion
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Remote I/O
533737
Remote I/O
Because of its backplane bus management, the TM5 system can be used to control
I/O remotely.
The same modules can be used in either a local and/or remote configuration, linked
together with expansion bus cables.
The total maximum distance between 2 remote islands is 100 m and the maximum
number of islands is 25, i.e. a total distance of up to 2500 m.
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This function ensures a high level of flexibility, while retaining synchronization of all
data acquisition, since all the expansion modules are on the same backplane bus.
Configuration of remote I/O
1 XBTGT supervision graphic touch screen terminal
2 M258 controller for Solutions with AFB
3 Compact blocks or I/O modules
4 Transmitter modules
5 Receiver modules
6 TM5 expansion bus cables
7 Common distribution modules
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Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Communication
M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB have the following built-in
communication ports:
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References
Communication ports
Use
TM258LF42DTS0,
TM258LF42DT4LS0,
TM258LF42DRS0,
TM258LF66DT4LS0
1 x RJ45
Configurable as RS232 or RS485
ASCII or RTU exchange with
Modbus communication protocol
1 x RJ45 (MDI/MDIX port)
vv FTP server
vv Web server
vv Modbus TCP server
vv Modbus TCP client
vv Manager SoMachine
vv SNMP
vv Ethernet IP device
vv Modbus device
1 x USB-A
Connection of a USB memory stick
for transferring (uploading/
downloading) programs, data and/
or firmware
1 x mini-USB
Programming port (480 Mbps)
1 x 9-way male SUB-D
Master CANopen connection
2 PCI slots for communication
modules = 2 x 9-way male SUB-D
Addition of optional communication
modules for a serial link and a
connection on the bus Profibus DP
(1)
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3
4
Embedded Ethernet
5
M258 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB have an embedded Ethernet link via a
direct connection to their RJ45 port.
vv Speed: “10 BaseT” and “100 BaseTX” with auto-negotiation
vv RJ45 port (MDI/MDIX): automatic adaptation to a straight or crossed cable
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References
Protocols
Number of connections
TM258LF42DTS0,
TM258LF42DT4LS0,
TM258LF42DRS0,
TM258LF66DT4LS0
Modbus server
8
Modbus device
2
SoMachine
3 (2)
Ethernet IP device
16
FTP server
4
Web server
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(1) Only on TM258LF42DT4LS0, TM258LF42DRS0 and TM258LF66DT4LS0.
(2) The Oscilloscope function uses one connection
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Description
Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
Description
1 2
3
The TM258LF42DTS0 logic controller for Solution comprises:
1 A display block with:
-- 4 controller status LEDs (RUN/MS, BATTERY, APP0 and APP1)
-- 6 built-in communication port status LEDs (Eth LA, Eth ST, Eth NS, USB Host,
MBS COM, CAN 0 STS)
2 Locking lever for mounting/dismounting on 5 symmetrical rail.
3 A 24 V c power supply module with removable terminal block and locking lever,
display block and slot for a label.
4 I/O modules, each one with: a removable terminal block with locking lever, a
display block showing the I/O states and a slot for a label-holder.
5 Removable terminal block with locking lever for locking/unlocking.
6 On the side, an expansion bus connection for the link with the next module.
7 A slot for the RTC (Real Time Clock) battery.
8 A USB-A connector (marked Host) for connection of a USB memory stick for
transferring programs, data or firmware updates.
9 A USB-B mini-connector (marked Pgr Port) for connection to the programming
PC
10 An RJ45 connector (marked Ethernet) for connection to the Ethernet network
and/or connection to the Magelis XBTGT graphic terminal.
11 An RJ45 connector (marked MBS) for the RS232 or RS485 serial link.
12 A 9-way male SUB-D connector, marked CAN 0, for connection to the CANopen
bus.
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1 2
13
3
12 11 10 9
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8
5 6
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The TM258LF42DT4LS0 / LF42DRS0 / LF66DT4LS0 logic controllers for
Solutions with AFB comprise:
1 A display block with:
-- 4 controller status LEDs (RUN/MS, BATTERY, APP0 and APP1)
-- 6 built-in communication port status LEDs (Eth LA, Eth ST, Eth NS, USB Host,
MBS COM, CAN 0 STS)
2 Locking lever for mounting/dismounting on 5 symmetrical rail.
3 Two free PCI slots for the communication module.
4 A 24 V c power supply module with removable terminal block and locking lever,
display block and slot for a label.
5 I/O modules, each one with: a removable terminal block with locking lever, a
display block showing the I/O states and a slot for a label-holder.
6 Removable terminal block with locking lever for locking/unlocking.
7 On the side, an expansion bus connection for the link with the next module.
8 A slot for the RTC (Real Time Clock) battery.
9 A USB-A connector (marked Host) for connection of a USB memory stick for
transferring programs, data or firmware updates.
10 A USB-B mini-connector (marked Pgr Port) for connection to the programming
PC.
11 An RJ45 connector (marked Ethernet) for connection to the Ethernet network
and/or connection to the Magelis XBTGT graphic terminal.
12 An RJ45 connector (marked MBS) for the RS232 or RS485 serial link.
13 A 9-way male SUB-D connector, marked CAN 0, for connection to the CANopen
bus.
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References
Modicon M258 logic controller
Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
References
Logic controllers, Compact base for solutions with AFB, 24 V c power supply (1)
1
2
Nbr.
of I/O
Outputs
Built-in communication ports
Reference
42 I/O
bb 26 x 24 V c
digital inputs
including 8 counter
inputs (100 kHz)
bb 16 transistor
digital outputs
(0.5 A)
including 4 reflex
outputs
vv 1 RJ45 port: Ethernet
vv 1 SUB-D port (9-way male):
CANopen master
vv 1 USB-A port: program transfer
vv 1 USB-B mini-port: software
programming
vv 1 RJ45 port: RS232/RS485 serial
link
TM258LF42DTS0
0.550
1.213
42 + 4
I/O
bb 26 x 24 V c
digital inputs
including 8 counter
inputs (100 kHz)
bb 4 analog inputs
10 V/- 10 V,
4-20 mA/0-20 mA,
12-bit resolution
bb 16 digital
transistor outputs
(0.5 A)
including 4 reflex
outputs
vv 1 RJ45 port: Ethernet
vv 1 SUB-D port (9-way male):
CANopen master
vv 1 USB-A port: program transfer
vv 1 USB-B mini-port: software
programming
vv 1 RJ45 port: RS232/RS485 serial
link
TM258LF42DT4LS0
0.770
1.698
TM258LF42DRS0
0.800
1.764
TM258LF66DT4LS0
0.800
1.764
TM258LF42DTS0
3
4
Inputs
TM258LF42DT4LS0
vv + 2 free PCI slots for optional
communication modules (2): RS232/
RS485 serial link and Profibus DP bus
42 I/O
5
bb 26 x 24 V c
digital inputs
including 8 counter
inputs (100 kHz)
bb 4 digital
transistor (reflex)
outputs (0.5 A)
bb 12 relay outputs
TM258LF42DRS0
vv 1 RJ45 port: Ethernet
vv 1 SUB-D port (9-way male):
CANopen master
vv 1 USB-A port: program transfer
vv 1 USB-B mini-port: software
programming
vv 1 RJ45 port: RS232/RS485 serial
link
vv + 2 free PCI slots for optional
communication modules (2): RS232/
RS485 serial link and Profibus DP bus
6
66 + 4
I/O
7
Weight
kg
lb
TM258LF66DT4LS0
bb 38 x 24 V c
digital inputs
including 8 counter
inputs (100 kHz)
bb 4 analog inputs
+ 10 V/- 10 V,
4-20 mA/0-20 mA,
12-bit resolution
bb 28 digital
transistor outputs
(0.5 A)
including 4 reflex
outputs
vv 1 RJ45 port: Ethernet
vv 1 SUB-D port (9-way male):
CANopen master
vv 1 USB-A port: program transfer
vv 1 USB-B mini-port: software
programming
vv 1 RJ45 port: RS232/RS485 serial
link
vv + 2 free PCI slots for optional
communication modules (2): RS232/
RS485 serial link and Profibus DP bus
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(1) The Modicon M258 logic controllers type S Solutions with AFB require a power supply with a nominal voltage of 24 V c.
The 24 V c power supply must be rated Separated Extra Low Voltage (SELV-rated) according to IEC 61140.
The SELV-rating means that SELV isolation is provided between the electrical input and output of the power supply.
(2) To be ordered separately see page 4/8.
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Compact base for Solutions with Application function
Blocks (AFB)
References
Accessories
Type
Plain text cover holder
(label-holder)
TM5ACTLC100
TM5ACTCH100
Used for
Colour
Marking the terminal blocks on the Transparent
I/O channels
Sold in
lots of
Unit
reference
Weight
kg
lb
100
TM5ACTCH100
0.002
0.004
Plain text cover holder locking Locking plain text cover holder
clip
TM5 ACTCH100
(Order with plain text cover
holder TM5ACTCH100)
Transparent
100
TM5ACTLC100
0.001
0.002
Precut legend strips of paper Plain text cover holder
TM5ACTCH100
White
100
TM5ACTLS100
0.001
0.002
Coloured plastic
identifiers
White
1
TM5ACLITW1
0.015
0.033
Red
1
TM5ACLITR1
0.015
0.033
Blue
1
TM5ACLITB1
0.015
0.033
Black
1
TM5ACLT1
0.030
0.066
Length
Reference
3m
9.843 in.
TCSXCNAMUM3P
0.065
0.143
SUB-D port (25-way) on RJ45 port on M258
Small Panel compact
controllers
display units: XBTN401,
XBTN410, XBTR410,
XBTR411, XBTGT2...
GT7
1.8 m
5.906 in.
XBTZ938
0.230
0.507
RJ45 port on XBTGT
graphic touch screen
terminals
RJ45 port on M258
controllers
2.5 m
8.220 in.
XBT9980
0.230
0.507
SUB-D port (9-way
female) on DTE
equipment (1): printer,
hand-held bar code
reader, etc.
RJ45 port on M258
controllers
3m
9.843 in.
TCSMCN3M4F3C2
0.150
0.331
SUB-D port (9-way
female) on DCE
equipment (2): GSM
modem
RJ45 port on M258
controllers
3m
9.843 in.
TCSMCN3M4M3S2
0.150
0.331
Metal tool
Labelling 16 connection channel
terminals
Inserting/removing TM5 ACLITp1
identifiers
1
2
3
Connection cables
Description
Use from
Software programming cable PC USB port
Baud rate: 480 Mbps max.
Protocol: Modbus, HTTP, FTP,
Codesys or virtual, non-isolated
TM5ACLITW1
RS485 serial link cables
Modbus protocol
TM5ACLT1
RS232 serial link cables
Character mode
TCSXCNAMUM3P
to
USB mini-port on M258
controllers
Weight
kg
4
5
6
7
(1) DTE: Data Terminal Equipment.
(2) DCE: Data Communication Equipment.
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Selection guide
Hardware control platforms
I/O expansion modules for Hardware platform
control
Local and remote I/O expansion modules
Distributed I/O expansion modules
Local and remote I/O expansion modules
1
Applications
Local I/O (IP 20)
Compatibility
bb Modicon M238 logic controller type S Solutions with AFB
bb XBTGC HMI controllers
bb Modicon OTB
I/O type
Remote I/O configuration
Digital
Analog
–
–
Bus type
–
–
Number (depending on
model)
4 to 32 inputs
2 to 8 inputs
Type (depending on model)
24 V c
120 V a
Voltage,
Current,
Temperature
Number (depending on
model)
Type (depending on model)
8 to 32 outputs
1 to 2 outputs
24 V c transistor,
Relay
0…10 V,
± 10 V,
4…20 mA
Modicon TM2 digital module
Modicon TM2 analog module
Hardware
2
3
4
5
Inputs
Outputs
Type of expansion module
6
More information
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
(1) Modicon TM5 transmitter/receiver modules, please consult our web site www.schneider-electric.com
Distributed I/O expansion modules
Applications
Optimum distributed I/O (IP 20)
Compatibility
bb Modicon M238 logic controller type S Solutions with AFBs
bb XBTGC HMI controller
bb Altivar IMC drive controller card type S solutions with AFB
Available buses and networks
bb Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP
bb CANopen bus
bb Modbus serial link (RS 485)
7
8
Configuration with
I/O expansion modules
9
10
Integrated I/O
Module type
Modicon TM2:
vv Digital I/O modules
vv Analog I/O modules
vv Common distribution modules
Capacity
For 1 Modicon OTB interface module: 7 Modicon TM2 modules max. including:
vv Digital I/O modules:
- 132 I/O max. with modules with screw terminals
- 188 I/O max. with modules with spring terminals
- 244 I/O max. with modules with HE10 connector
vv Analog I/O modules with screw terminals: up to 7 x 8 inputs, or 7 x 2 outputs, or 7 x (4I/2O)
vv Common distribution module
Number and type
(depending on model)
12 x 24 V c digital inputs
2 x 24 V c solid state outputs
6 x 30 V c/240 V a relay outputs
2 channels: 5 kHz/20 kHz
2 PWM function channels
Type of distributed I/O expansion module
Modicon OTB interface modules
More information
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
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Local and/or remote I/O (IP 20)
Remote I/O expansion bus (IP 67)
bb Modicon M258 logic controller type S Solutions with AFB
bb Modicon M258 logic controller type S Solutions with AFBs
Digital
Analog
Digital/analog
Digital
1
Analog
Modicon TM5 transmitter/receiver:
For use with remote I/O (1)
2
Modicon TM5 transmitter/receiver:
Required (1)
TM7 expansion bus
TM5 expansion bus
3
4
2 to 12 inputs
2 to 6 inputs
Digital: 12 to 14 inputs
Analog: 4 inputs
8 to 16 inputs
2 to 4 inputs
24 V c
100/120 V a,
100/240 V a
Voltage,
Current,
Temperature
Digital: 24 V c
Analog: Voltage,
Current
24 V c
2 to 12 outputs
2 to 4 outputs
8 to 16 outputs
24 V c
30/230 V a,
100/240 V a
- 10…+ 10 V,
0…20 mA
Digital: 6 to 18 outputs
Analog: 2 outputs
Digital: 24 V c
Analog: Voltage/Current
Voltage,
Current,
Temperature
Resistance
2 to 4 outputs
24 V c
Transistor/Source
- 10…+ 10 V,
0…20 mA
Modicon TM5 digital module
Modicon TM5 analog module
Modicon TM5 compact block
Modicon TM7 digital block
Modicon TM7 analog block
5
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
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Communication
chapter
All technical information about products listed in this chapter
are available on www.schneider-electric.com
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Contents
Communication
bb Modbus and Character mode serial link
vv Modicon TM5 communication modules for Modbus serial link dedicated to
Modicon M258 logic controller, compact base for Solutions with AFB
Presentation................................................................................................. 4/2
References................................................................................................... 4/3
1
vv Cabling system for Modicon M238 & M258 logic controllers,
compact bases for Solutions with AFB
Connection................................................................................................... 4/4
References................................................................................................... 4/5
bb Ethernet Modbus/TCP network
vv Cabling system for Hardware platform controllers
Connection................................................................................................... 4/6
References................................................................................................... 4/7
2
3
vv TwidoPort interface module for Modicon M238 logic controller, compact
base for Solutions with AFB
Presentation................................................................................................. 4/8
References................................................................................................... 4/9
4
5
6
7
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Presentation,
description
Communication
Modicon TM5 communication modules .
for Modbus serial link
for Modicon M258 logic controller, compact base for Solutions with
Application function Blocks (AFB)
Presentation
TM5 PCRSp communication modules are designed for TM258LF42DTS0,
TM258LF42DT4LS0, TM258LF42DRS0, TM258LF66DT4LS0 logic controllers
for Solutions with AFB, and are installed in one of the two free PCI slots in.
1
TM5 PCppp communication modules can be used to configure one or two additional
Modbus or ASCII serial links as RS232 or RS485.
or
2
Nota: the maximum number of communication modules is 2.
3
TM5 PCRSp communication module: for mounting the two free
PCI slots in the M258 logic controller
Modbus and Character mode serial links
Cabling system: see page 4/4. 4
1
Description
5
2
TM5 PCRSp communication modules comprise:
1 A locking clip for mounting/dismounting on the controller
2 A channel and module diagnostics LED display block
3 A connector for linking to the controller
4 A SUB-D connector (male 9-way) for connection to the serial link
6
3
4
7
8
Serial link
LED
Colour
Status: on
Status
Green
Operation in progress
Red
Controller starting
RXD
Yellow
Reception on interface:
vv RS232 with TM258PCRS2
vv RS485 with TM258PCRS4
TXD
Yellow
Transmission on interface:
vv RS232 with TM258PCRS2
vv RS485 with TM258PCRS4
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Communication
References
Modicon TM5 communication modules .
for Modbus serial link
for Modicon M258 logic controller, compact base for Solutions with
Application function Blocks (AFB)
References
Description
Modbus serial link
communication modules
Used for
Physical
layer/
protocols
Built-in port
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
Logic controllers type S:
vv TM258LF42DTS0
vv TM258LF42DT4LS0
vv TM258LF42DRS0
vv TM258LF66DT4LS0
RS232/.
Modbus/ASCII,
SoMachine
SUB-D connector
(male 9-way).
.
TM5PCRS2
0.064
0.141
RS485 /
Modbus/ASCII,
SoMachine
SUB-D connector
(male 9-way)
TM5PCRS4
0.064
0.141
TM5 PCRSp
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Communication
Connections,
references
Modbus and character mode serial link
for Modicon M238 & Modicon M258 logic controllers,
compact bases for Solutions with Application function Blocks (AFB)
Modbus cabling system
1
Non isolated link (Modicon M238/M258 master)
Isolated link (Modicon M238/M258 master)
HMI
2
7
Modicon M238S
HMI
2
1
b
gb
1
3
1
b
c 24 V
3
4
4
or
or
4
Phaseo
Modular
6
4
4
5
Modicon M238S
HMI
7
4
TeSys U
ATV 212
ATV 212
Modicon M258S
5
Twido
slave
TeSys U
Modicon M258S
Length of cables between Modicon M238S/M258S and Altivar 212:
y 30 m max. (98.425 ft max.)
Total length of cables between isolation boxes 1: y 1000 m (3280.840 ft)
Length of tap cables 4, 5 or 6: y 10 m (32.808 ft)
g Line polarization active
b Line termination
References
Tap-off and adapter components for RS 485 serial link
6
Description
7
TWD XCA ISO
TWD XCA T3RJ
8
9
LU9 GC3
Application
Item
Length
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
Tap isolation box
Screw terminal block .
for main cable
2 x RJ45 for tap-off
- RS 485 line isolation (1)
- Line end adapter (RC 120 Ω, 1nF)
- Line pre-polarisation (2 R 620 Ω)
c 24 V supply (screw terminal block)
or c 5 V (via RJ45)
Mounting on 35 mm (1.378 in.) 5
1
–
TWDXCAISO
0.100
0.220
Tap junction box
1 x RJ45 for main cable
2 x RJ45 for tap-off
- Line end adapter (RC 120 Ω, 1nF)
- Line pre-polarisation (2 R 620 Ω)
Mounting on 35 mm (1.378 in.) 5
2
–
TWDXCAT3RJ
0.080
0.176
Modbus hub
Screw terminal block .
for main cable
10 x RJ45 for tap-off
Mounting on 35 mm (1.378 in.) 5,
–
on mounting plate or panel (2 x Ø 4 mm
(2 x Ø 0.157 in.) screws)
–
LU9GC3
0.500
1.102
T-junction boxes
2 x RJ45
for main cable
1 integrated cable with RJ45 .
connector for Altivar variable .
speed controller dedicated tap-off
0.3 m
0.984 ft
VW3A8306TF03
–
1m
3.281 ft
VW3A8306TF10
–
–
Passive tap
junction box
- Line extension and single-channel
tap-off on screw terminal block
- Line end adapter
–
–
TSXSCA50
0.520
1.146
RS 232C/RS 485
line converter
- Flow rate 19.2 Kbit/s max.
- Without modem signals
c 24 V/20 mA supply,
Mounting on 35 mm (1.378 in.) 5 
–
–
XGSZ24
0.100
0.220
(1) Line isolation recommended for distances > 10 m (32.808 ft)
10
TSX SCA 50
XGS Z24
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References (continued)
Communication
Modbus and character mode serial link
for Modicon M238 & Modicon M258 logic controllers,
compact bases for Solutions with Application function Blocks (AFB)
References (continued)
Connection cables for RS 485 serial link
Description
Main cables
double shielded
twisted pair
RS 485
Modbus cordsets
RS 485
Application
Item
Length
Unit reference
Modbus serial link, .
supplied without connector
3
100 m
328.064 ft
TSXCSA100
5.680
12.522
200 m
656.168 ft
TSXCSA200
10.920
24.074
TSXCSA500
500 m
1640.420 ft
30.000
66.139
0.3 m
0.984 ft
VW3A8306R03
0.030
0.066
1m
3.281 ft
VW3A8306R10
0.050
0.110
3m
VW3A8306R30
0.150
0.331
1m
3.281 ft
TWDXCAFJ010
0.060
0.132
3m
9.843 ft
VW3A8306D30
0.150
0.331
0.3 m
0.984 ft
TWDXCARJ003
0.040
0.088
1m
3.281 ft
TWDXCARJ010
0.090
0.198
3m
9.843 ft
TWDXCARJ030
0.160
0.353
1 mini-DIN connector for Twido
5
controller and 1 RJ45 connector (1) (2)
0.3 m
0.984 ft
TWDXCARJP03
0.027
0.060
–
1 mini-DIN connector for Twido
controller and 1 RJ45 connector
Dedicated programming protocol (2) (3)
0.3 m
0.984 ft
TWDXCARJP03P
0.027
0.060
–
1m
3.281 ft
TWDXCAFD010
0.062
0.137
10 m
32.806 ft
TSXCX100
0.517
1.140
2 x RJ45 connectors
1 x RJ45 connector and
1 end with free wires
1 mini-DIN connector for Twido
controller and 1 RJ45 connector
1 mini-DIN connector for Twido
controller and 1 end with free wires
4
Weight
kg
lb
–
–
2 x RJ45 connectors
7
2.5 m
8.202 ft
XBTZ9980
0.150
0.331
1 x RJ45 connector and .
1 x SUB-D 25-way connector
6, 7
2.5 m
8.202 ft
XBTZ938
0.210
0.463
1 x RJ45 connector and .
1 x SUB-D 9-way connector
7
2,5 m
8.202 ft
XBTZ9008
0.150
0.331
Cordsets for Magelis
STU
2 x RJ45 connectors
7
3m
9.843 ft
VW3A8306R30
0.150
0.331
Line end adapter
For RJ45 connector
R = 120 Ω, C = 1 nf
–
Order in
multiples
of 2
VW3A8306RC
0.200
0.441
Modicon M238
cordsets (SL1, SL2) to
Magelis HMI terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Connection cables for RS 232 serial link
Description
Application
Length
Reference
Weight
kg
lb
Cordset for
DTE terminal
(printer)
(4)
Serial link for terminal device (DTE)
1 x RJ45 connector and .
1 x 9-way SUB-D female connector
3m
9.843 ft
TCSMCN3M4F3C2
0.150
0.331
Cordset for
DCE terminal
(modem, converter)
Serial link for point to point device (DCE)
1 x RJ45 connector and .
1 x 9-way SUB-D male connector
3m
9.843 ft
TCSMCN3M4M3S2
0.150
0.331
(1)Forcing the configuration of RS 485 integrated port with TwidoSuite programming protocol parameters.
(2) Carries c 5 V voltage (supplied by RS 485 integrated port of Twido controller ) for TWD XCA ISO tap isolation box (not
using the c 5 V external power supply).
(3) Allows the using of RS 485 integrated port with the parameters defined in configuration.
(4) If the terminal is equipped with a 25-way SUB-D connector, Please order a SUB-D 25-way female/9-way male adapter
TSX CTC 07 as well.
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Communication
Connections,
references
Ethernet Modbus/TCP network
for hardware control platforms
Ethernet Modbus/TCP or Ethernet IP network architecture
Optical fibre
1
4
2
1
3
2
2
3
2
1
4
1
3
1
1
XBT GC
XBT GC
Altivar IMC drive
controller for
Solutions with
AFB
+ Altivar 61
4
M340
1
5
TwidoPort
Interface
M238S
M258S
3
Hub or no manageable switch
4
Manageable switch
References (1)
Shielded copper connection cables
ConneXium shielded copper connection cables are available in two versions to
comply with the different standards and approvals in force:
bb Shielded twisted pair copper cables to standard EIA/TIA 568
These cables conform to:
vv standard EIA/TIA 568, category CAT 5E,
vv standard IEC 11801/EN 50173, class D.
Their flame resistance conforms to:
vv NFC 32070# classification C2
vv standards IEC 322/1,
vv Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH).
bb Shielded twisted pair copper cables, UL and CSA 22.1 approved
These cables conform to:
vv standards UL and CSA 22.1.
Their flame resistance conforms to NFPA 70.
“Do It Yourself” cable and connectors
6
7
8
The ConneXium “Do It Yourself” range allows the user to make up Ethernet copper
cables on site and to the required length. They are designed for cabling Ethernet
10/100 Mbit/s networks. The maximum length of cables made up in this way is 80 m.
They can be assembled quickly using a knife and cutting pliers (no special tools are
required).
Description
9
10
Characteristics
Length
Reference
Weight
kg
Ethernet copper cable
2 shielded twisted pairs
24 AWG
Conforming to the .
300 m
above-mentioned
984.252 ft
standards and approvals
TCSECN300R2
–
RJ 45 connector
Conforming to .
–
TCSEK3MDS
–
M12 connector
Conforming to .
IEC 60176-2-101
–
TCSEK1MDRS
–
EIA/TIA-568-D
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References (continued)
Communication
Ethernet Modbus/TCP network
for hardware control platforms
References (continued)
Shielded twisted pair cables to standard EIA/TIA568
490 NTp 000 pp
Description
Straight cables
Pre-formed at both ends Item
1
2 x RJ45 connectors
For connection to
terminal equipment
(DTE)
Crossover cables
2 x RJ45 connectors
2
For connection between
hubs, switches and
transceivers
Shielded twisted pair cables, UL and CSA 22.1 approved
Description
Straight cables
Pre-formed at both endsItem
2 x RJ45 connectors
1
For connection to
terminal equipment
(DTE)
Crossover cables
2
2 x RJ45 connectors
For connection between
hubs, switches and
transceivers
TCS ESU 043F1N0
Shielded twisted pair cable for IP 67 switch
Description Straight cables
TCS ESM 043F2Cp0
Twisted pair hub
10BASE-T copper ports, RJ45 shielded connectors
ConneXium switches
Description
499 NMS/NSS 251 02
TCS ESU 051 F0
Length
Reference
2 m (6.562 ft)
490NTW00002U
5 m (16.404 ft) 490NTW00005U
12 m (39.370 ft) 490NTW00012U
40 m (131.234 ft) 490NTW00040U
80 m (262.467 ft) 490NTW00080U
5 m (16.404 ft) 490NTC00005U
Weight
–
–
–
–
–
–
40 m (131.234 ft) 490NTC00040U
80 m (262.467 ft) 490NTC00080U
–
–
Length
1 m (3.281 ft)
3 m (9.843 ft)
5 m (16.404 ft)
10 m (32.808 ft)
25 m (82.021 ft)
40 m (131.234 ft)
Reference
TCSECL1M3M1S2
TCSECL1M3M3S2
TCSECL1M3M5S2
TCSECL1M3M10S2
TCSECL1M3M25S2
TCSECL1M3M40S2
Number of ports
Copper cable Fibre optic
Item
Reference
4
3
499NEH10410
Item Manag
-eable
Reference
–
Number of ports
Copper cable Fibre optic
Optimized twisted pair switch: 10BASE3
T/100BASE-TX copper ports, RJ45 shielded
connectors, 100BASE-FX optic port, SC connectors 4
–
3
No
TCSESU033FN0
1
3
No
TCSESU043FN0
5
–
3
No
TCSESU053FN0
8
–
3
No
499NES18100
8
–
4
Yes
TCSESM083F23F0
1, multimode
4
Yes
TCSESM043F1CU0
2, multimode
4
Yes
TCSESM043F2CU0
1, single-mode 4
Yes
TCSESM043F1CS0
2
2, single-mode 4
Yes
TCSESM043F2CS0
4
1, multimode
3
No
499NMS25101
3
2, multimode
3
No
499NMS25102
4
1, single-mode 3
No
499NSS25101
3
2, single-mode 3
No
499NSS25102
7
1, multimode
4
Yes
TCSESM083F1CU0
6
2, multimode
4
Yes
TCSESM083F2CU0
7
1, single-mode 4
Yes
TCSESM083F1CS0
6
2, single-mode 4
Yes
TCSESM083F2CS0
No
TCSESU051F0
Twisted pair switches: 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
copper ports, RJ45 shielded connectors
Twisted pair and fibre optic switches
3
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX copper ports, .
RJ45 shielded connectors. 100BASE-FX optic ports, 2
SC connectors
3
TCS ESM 083F2Cp0
Weight
–
–
–
–
Pre-formed at both endsItem
1 x IP 67.
–
4-way M12 connector .
and 1 x RJ45 connector
ConneXium hub
Description
Length
Reference
2 m (6.562 ft)
490NTW00002
5 m (16.404 ft) 490NTW00005
12 m (39.370 ft) 490NTW00012
40 m (131.234 ft) 490NTW00040
80 m (262.467 ft) 490NTW00080
5 m (16.404 ft) 490NTC00005
12 m (39.370 ft) 490NTC00015
40 m (131.234 ft) 490NTC00040
80 m (262.467 ft) 490NTC00080
IP 67 twisted pair switch (1) 10BASE-T/100BASE- 5
–
–
TX copper ports, shielded M12 connectors (type D)
(1)Require special cables with M12 connectors for their c 24 V supply: XZCP1p64Lp.
–
–
–
–
Weight
–
–
–
–
–
–
Weight
kg
lb
0.530
1.168
Weight
kg
lb
0.113
0.249
0.120
0.265
0.113
0.249
0.230
0.507
0.410
0.904
0.400
0.882
0.400
0.882
0.400
0.882
0.400
0.882
0.330
0.728
0.335
0.739
0.330
0.728
0.335
0.739
0.410
0.904
0.410
0.904
0.410
0.904
0.410
0.904
0.210
0.463
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Communication
Presentation,
description
Ethernet Modbus/TCP network
for Modicon M238 logic controller .
compact base for Solutions with Application function Blocks (AFB)
Presentation
TwidoPort module 499TWD01100 is an Ethernet interface that is easy to use and
dedicated to Modicon M238 logic controllers for Solutions with AFB and Twido
compact or modular programmable controllers. It allows incorporation of this
controllers into an Ethernet network as a passive device (slave). The TwidoPort
module is ready for use.
When connected to the integrated RS 485 serial port acts as a gateway between the
Ethernet network and the controller’s Modbus serial link port.
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Modicon M238 base for Solutions with AFB
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The main characteristics of the TwidoPort module are as follows:
b Connects to the RS 485 of the Modicon M238 controller for Solutions with AFB
(marked SL1 or SL2 depending on model) or the RS 485 port of the Twido controller;
no external auxiliary supply is necessary.
b Ethernet configuration:
v takes the Ethernet configuration from the Twido application configuration .
(normal mode),
v supports manual configuration using Telnet.
b Provides Ethernet statistics via a Telnet session.
TM238Lpppppp
Modbus
4
Ethernet Modbus/TCP
network
5
2
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Description The TwidoPort 499TWD01100 interface module comprises:
1 Five pilot lights indicating the status of the interface and of the TwidoPort module
links.
2 An RJ45 type connector for connection of the power supply and of the link to the
controller’s integrated RS 485 port. This connection is made using connection
cable TWDXCARJP03P supplied with the TwidoPort interface module in case of
the Twido controller.
3 An RJ45 connector (accessed through the bottom of the module) for connection
to the Ethernet TCP/IP network.
4 An earthing screw (accessed through the bottom of the module).
The TwidoPort interface module can be mounted as standard on a symmetrical 5
rail.
Mounting kit TWDXMT5 (sold in lots of 5) allows plate or panel mounting: 2 x Ø 4.3
mm (2 x Ø 0.169 in.) holes.
To order separately
For connecting to the Modicon M238 controller, the cordset for connection Modbus
XBTZ9980, lenght 2.5 m (8.202 ft).
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Communication
Ethernet Modbus/TCP network
for Modicon M238 logic controller .
compact base for Solutions with Application function Blocks (AFB)
References
Description
TwidoPort
interface
module
499 TWD 01100
Description
Modbus
RS 485
cordsets
Controller bases
Modicon M238 for
Solutions with AFB .
24 I/O
Use
Connection to Modicon
M238 for Solutions with
AFB
Equiped with 2 RJ45
connectors .
.
.
Function
Reference
10/100 Mbit/s.
Auto MDIX function .
Connection cordset to
Twido base controller
TWDXCARJP03P
included, length 0.3 m
(0.984 ft)
.
.
499TWD01100
Length
Reference
2.5 m
8.202 ft
XBTZ9980
Weight
kg
lb
0.200
0.441
1
2
Weight
kg
lb
0.100
0.220
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All technical information about products listed in this chapter
are available on www.schneider-electric.com
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bb Altivar 212 and Altivar 61 variable speed drives
vv Presentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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vv Selection guide ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5/4
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bb Altistart 01, Altistart 22 and Altistart 48 soft starters for
asynchronous motors
vv Selection guide ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5/6
bb Protection components
vv Selecting motor starting mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/8 to 5/10
vv TeSys Contactors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/12
vv TeSys protection components: Thermal-magnetic motor circuit-breakers . . .
5/13
vv Protection relays and controllers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/14
vv Feeder protection and circuit disconnection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/16
vv Branch circuit and control circuit protection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/17
vv Power & Energy - Monitoring & Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/18
bb Enclosures
vv Spacial enclosures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/20
vv Thalassa enclosures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/21
bb Control and signalling units
vv Control and signalling units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/22
vv Control stations and enclosures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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bb Power supplies Phaseo
vv Regulated switch mode power supplies: Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/26
bb Magelis Operator dialogue terminals
vv MagelisTM Small Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/28
vv MagelisTM GT Advanced Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/30
vv MagelisTM GK, GH and GTW Advanced Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
vv Magelis
TM
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GTO Optimum Advanced Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/34
vv MagelisTM GTO Optimum Advanced Panels: Presentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/35
vv MagelisTM GTO Optimum Advanced Panels: Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/36
bb OsiSense XM pressure sensors
vv OsiSense XM pressure sensors for pumping application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/38
bb Measurement & control relays - Zelio Control
vv Modular and industrial relays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5/40 to 5/43
bb Product reference index
vv index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/44
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Altivar 212 variable speed drives
Associated offers
Altivar 212 variable speed drives
Orientated towards performance, intelligence and building
protection
The Altivar 212 is focused on Pumping machine as a dedicated variable speed
drive for pumps and compressors.
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Drives
>>from 0.75 up to 75 kW (from 1 to 100 hp)
>>from 200 to 480 V
>>3 phases
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Orientated towards performance, intelligence and pumping protection
>>Easy integration to building supervision network using embedded protocols
>>Instant detection of system failure: belt breakage, pump running dry, phase
failure, etc.
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>>Preventive maintenance for reducing costs: fault alert, operating time, etc
>>Energy consumption monitoring
Focused on user-friendliness
>>Easy set-up, commissioning and diagnostics tools: remote graphic terminal v
(6 languages as standard), Multi-Loader, PC Software, Bluetooth capability and
SoMove Mobile software
>>Compact size for better integration
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Focused on cost savings
>>Reduced investment costs (embedded functionalities)
>>Quick return on investment (energy saving)
Focused on protection & efficiency
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>>Continuity of service
>>Functions designed for buildings: fire mode, damper monitoring, mechanical
protection, etc.
Pumping application
>>Integrated EMC filter
>>Antiharmonic technology (THDI
30%)
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Altivar 61 variable speed drives
Associated offers
Altivar 61 variable speed drives
Energy savings and performance for your pumps
The Altivar 61 is a variable speed drive with variable torque and is designed
for exceptional versatility from the smallest application to the highest power
rating.
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Drives
>>from 0.37 up to 2400 kW (from 0.49 to 3217 hp)
>>from 200 to 690 V
>>3 phases
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Communication
>>Connectivity to all fieldbuses (integrated Modbus and CANopen)
>>Multi-language graphic display terminal
Flexibility
>>Option cards: programmable I/O
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Powerful
>>Multi-pump management
>>Saves energy
>>Optimises automation solutions with its seamless integration into the
architecture
>>Suitable for a wide range of power ratings (0.37 to 2400 kW - 0.49 to 3217 hp)
>>Integrated safety function
Rugged in harsh environments
Multi-pump solution
>>3C2 reinforced version, standard IEC 721-3-3 (gas, liquids), IP20/IP54
>>Versions with water cooling
>>IP54/IP55 wall-mounted or floor-standing enclosures available
>>Complies with ATEX safety standards (explosive environments)
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Altivar 212 and Altivar 61 variable speed drives
Applications
bb Building pumps and fans
bb HVAC equipment
Types of control
Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors
Standards and certifications
IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 61800-3 (environments 1 and 2, categories C1 to C3)
EN 55011: Group 1, Class A and Class B with option. e, UL, CSA, C-Tick, NOM
Drive
Output frequency
0.5…200 Hz
Type of
control
Asynchronous motor
Sensorless flux vector control
Voltage/frequency ratio (2 points)
Energy saving ratio
Synchronous motor
–
2
3
Functions
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Transient overtorque
120% of nominal motor torque
Number of functions
50
Number of preset speeds
7
Speed range
1…10
No. of I/O
Analog inputs
2
Digital inputs
3
Analog outputs
1
Digital outputs
–
Relay outputs
2
Reduction in harmonic currents
Communication
–
Integrated
Modbus, METASYS N2, APOGEE FLN, BACnet
Available as an option
LonWorks
Cards (optional)
–
Dialogue tools
IP 54 or IP 65 remote display terminal
Configuration tools
PCSoft setup software for ATV 212
Multi-Loader configuration tools
Supply voltage
Three-phase 200…240 V
Three-phase 380…480 V
Motor power for 50...60 Hz line supply
0.75…75 kW (1…10 hp)
0.75…75 kW (1…10 hp)
References (without EMC filter)
References with integrated EMC filter,
categories C1, C2 or C3
Motor power
(kW-HP)
Line current (A)
200 V
240 V
380 V
480 V
0.37 - 0.5
6.9
5.8
–
–
–
–
0.75 - 1
12
9.9
–
–
–
–
1.5 - 2
18.2
15.7
–
–
–
–
2.2 - 3
25.9
22.1
–
–
–
–
3
25.9
22
–
–
–
–
4-5
34.9
29.9
–
–
–
–
5.5 - 7.5
47.3
40.1
–
–
–
–
0.75 - 1
3.3/6.1
2.7/5.3
1.7
1.4
ATV 212H075M3X
ATV 212H075N4
1.5 - 2
6.1/11.3
5.1/9.6
3.2
2.5
ATV 212HU15M3X
ATV 212HU15N4
2.2 - 3
8.7/15
7.3/12.8
4.6
3.6
ATV 212HU22M3X
ATV 212HU22N4
3
–/19.3
10/16.4
6.2
4.9
ATV 212HU30M3X
ATV 212HU30N4
4-5
14.6/25.8 13/22.9
8.1
6.4
ATV 212HU40M3X
ATV 212HU40N4
5.5 - 7.5
20.8/35
17.3/30.8
10.9
8.6
ATV 212HU55M3X
ATV 212HU55N4
7.5 - 10
27.9/45
23.3/39.4
14.7
11.7
ATV 212HU75M3X
ATV 212HU75N4
11 - 15
42.1/53.3 34.4/45.8
21.1
16.8
ATV 212HD11M3X
ATV 212HD11N4
15 - 20
56.1/71.7 45.5/61.6
28.5
22.8
ATV 212HD15M3X
ATV 212HD15N4
18.5 - 25
67.3/77
55.8/69
34.8
27.8
ATV 212HD18M3X
ATV 212HD18N4
22 - 30
80.4/88
66.4/80
41.6
33.1
ATV 212HD22M3X
ATV 212HD22N4
30 - 40
113.3/124 89.5/110
56.7
44.7
ATV 212HD30M3X
ATV 212HD30N4
37 - 50
–/141
–/127
68.9
54.4
–
ATV 212HD37N4
45 - 60
–/167
–/147
83.8
65.9
–
ATV 212HD45N4
55 - 75
–/200
–/173
102.7
89
–
ATV 212HD55N4
75 - 100
–/271
–/232
141.8
111.3
–
ATV 212HD75N4
90 - 125
336
288
–
–
–
–
(1) Other voltages available (Three-phase 380…480 V or three-phase 500…690 V), please consult our “Altivar 61 variable speed drives” catalogue or our website
www.schneider-electric.com
(2) For motors with a higher rating than 90 kW (120 hp), please consult our “Altivar 61 variable speed drives” catalogue or our website www.schneider-electric.com
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bb Industrial pumps and fans
bb HVAC equipment
bb Compressors
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Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors
2
IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 61800-3 (environments 1 and 2, categories C1 to C3), IEC/EN 61000-4-2/4-3/4-4/4-5/4-6/4-11, e, UL, CSA, DNV, C-Tick, NOM,
GOST
0.1…500 Hz for the whole rangev
0.1…599 Hz up to 37 kW(up to 50 hp) in 200…240 V a and 380…480 V a 
3
Sensorless flux vector control
Voltage/frequency ratio (2 or 5 points)
Energy saving ratio
Vector control without speed feedback
120% of nominal motor torque for 60 seconds
> 100
8
4
1…100 in open loop mode
2…4
6…20
1…3
0…8
2…4
5
DC choke integrated or supplied with the drive
Modbus and CANopen
Modbus TCP Daisy Chain, Modbus/Uni-Telway, EtherNet/IP, DeviceNet, PROFIBUS DP V0 and V1, Interbus, CC-Link, LonWorks, METASYS N2, APOGEE FLN,
BACnet
I/O expansion cards, Controller Inside programmable card, Altivar IMC integrated controller card, multi-pump cards, encoder interface cards (2)
IP 54 or IP 65 remote display terminal
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SoMove setup software
Simple Loader and Multi-Loader configuration tools
Single-phase 200…240 V
Three-phase 200…240 V (1)
0.37…630 kW (0.50…845 hp) (2)
0.37…630 kW (0.50…845 hp) (2)
0.37…630 kW (0.50…845 hp) (2)
References with integrated EMC filter, categories C1, References with integrated EMC filter References (without EMC filter)
C2 or C3
(up to 7.5 W), category C2
ATV 61H075M3
ATV 61HU15M3
ATV 61HU22M3
ATV 61HU30M3
ATV 61HU40M3
ATV 61HU55M3
ATV 61HU75M3
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
ATV 61H075M3
ATV 61HU15M3
ATV 61HU22M3
ATV 61HU30M3
ATV 61HU40M3
ATV 61HU55M3
ATV 61HU75M3
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
7
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
ATV 61HD11M3X
ATV 61HD15M3X
ATV 61HD18M3X
ATV 61HD22M3X
ATV 61HD30M3X
ATV 61HD37M3X
ATV 61HD45M3X
ATV 61HD55M3X
ATV 61HD75M3X
ATV 61HD90M3X
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Selection guide
Altistart 01, Altistart 22 and Altistart 48 soft
starters for asynchronous motors
Applications
bb Single-phase scroll or spiral refrigeration bb Compressors
compressors
bb Fans
bb Single-phase heat pumps
bb Pumps
bb Fans (1)
Type of control
Controlled starting of simple machines
3
Standards and certifications
IEC/EN 60947-4-2, e, UL, CSA, C-Tick, GOST and CCC
Drive
4
Functions
Number
of I/O
Dialogue tools
1
1…5 s
No: freewheel stop
–
–
Integrated
–
–
–
–
–
–
Configuration tools
Communication Integrated
Available as an option
–
Combined with TeSys U starter-controller:
Supply voltage
Motor power for 50...60 Hz line supply (kW-HP)
Single-phase 110…230 V
0.37…2.2 kW (0.50…3 hp) (3)
230 V
References
1
Controlled starting and deceleration of simple
machines
2
5
6
7
8
9
10
Number of controlled phases
Adjustable starting time
Adjustable deceleration time
Type of control
Operating cycle
By-pass
Analog inputs
Digital inputs
Analog outputs
Digital outputs
Relay outputs
400 V
440 V
600 V
IcL nominal
current (A)
0.37
–
–
–
3
ATS01N103FT
0.75
–
–
–
6
ATS01N106FT
1.1
–
–
–
9
ATS01N109FT
1.5
–
–
–
12
ATS01N112FT
2.2
–
–
–
25
ATS01N125FT
0.75/1.1 - 1/1.5 2.2/3
–
2/3
6
–
1.5 - 2
4
–
5
9
–
2.2/3, 3/55
5.5
–
7.5
12
–
4/5.5, 5/7.5
7.5/11
–
10/15
22
–
7.5 -10
15
–
20
32
–
4
7.5
7.5
–
17
–
5.5
11
–
–
22
–
7.5
15
15
–
32
–
9
18.5
–
–
38
–
11
22
22
–
47
–
15
30
30
–
62
–
18.5
37
37
–
75
–
22
45
45
–
88
–
30
55
55
–
110
–
37
75
75
–
140
–
45
90
90
–
170
–
55
110
110
–
210
–
75
132
132
–
250
–
90
160
160
–
320
–
110
220
220
–
410
–
132
250
250
–
480
–
160
315
355
–
590
–
–
355
–
–
660
–
220
400
–
–
790
–
250
500
–
–
1000
–
355
630
–
–
1200
–
(1) For optimum fan control, use of a variable speed drive is recommended.
(2) Other voltages available: Three-phase 208…600 V, please consult our website www.schneider-electric.com
(3) For other motor ratings, please consult our website www.schneider-electric.com
2
1…10 s
Yes: 1…10 s
–
–
3 : start, stop and startup boost
Three-phase 200…240 V
0.75…15 kW (0.50…20 hp) (3)
–
–
–
–
–
ATS01N206LU
ATS01N209LU
ATS01N212LU
ATS01N222LU
ATS01N232LU
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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IEC/EN 60947-4-2, EMC class A, e, UL,
CSA, C-Tick, GOST, CCC
IEC/EN 60947-4-2, EMC classes A and B, e, UL, CSA,
DNV, C-Tick, GOST, CCC, NOM 117, SEPRO and TCF
3
3
Configurable voltage ramp
Standard
Integrated
1 PTC probe
3 programmable
–
–
2 programmable (N/C or N/O)
Integrated display terminal
TCS (Torque Control System)
Standard and severe
Available as an option
1 PTC probe
4
1
2
3
Integrated display terminal, optional remote display terminal
SoMove Lite software workshop
PowerSuite software workshop
Modbus
–
Modbus
Fipio, PROFIBUS DP, DeviceNet, Modbus TCP
Three-phase 380…415 V
Three-phase 440…480 V
Three-phase 230…440 V (2)
0.75…15 kW (0.50…20 hp) 0.75…15 kW (0.50…20 hp) 4…355 kW (5.4…476 hp) (3)
Three-phase 230…415 V (2)
3…630 kW (4…845 hp) (3)
–
–
–
–
–
ATS01N206QN
ATS01N209QN
ATS01N212QN
ATS01N222QN
ATS01N232QN
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
ATS48D17Q
ATS48D22Q
ATS48D32Q
ATS48D38Q
ATS48D47Q
ATS48D62Q
ATS48D75Q
ATS48D88Q
ATS48C11Q
ATS48C14Q
ATS48C17Q
ATS48C21Q
ATS48C25Q
ATS48C32Q
ATS48C41Q
ATS48C48Q
ATS48C59Q
ATS48C66Q
ATS48C79Q
ATS48M10Q
ATS48M12Q
–
–
–
–
–
ATS01N206RT
ATS01N209RT
ATS01N212RT
ATS01N222RT
ATS01N232RT
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
ATS22D17Q
–
ATS22D32Q
–
ATS22D47Q
ATS22D62Q
ATS22D75Q
ATS22D88Q
ATS22C11Q
ATS22C14Q
ATS22C17Q
ATS22C21Q
ATS22C25Q
ATS22C32Q
ATS22C41Q
ATS22C48Q
ATS22C59Q
–
–
–
–
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Selecting motor starting mode
Associated offers
Selecting motor starting mode
Selecting devices
The starter mode is closely linked to the load carried by the motor. The table
below presents several typical applications in process control, part of which
are used in processes such as water treatment or cement production.
The examples illustrate how the selection is made.
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Type of actuator
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Centrifugal
Pump
Dosing pump
Screw pump
Mixer
Moving devices
Air blower and
fan
Mill and
crusher
Description/ comment
Power range
Torque
>>Centrifugal pumps are used to
1 kW to 10 Kw
Quadratic
cover a wide range of volume
and pressure conditions
>>The flow can be controlled by
using valves on the pump
discharge manifold or by
changing the rotation speed
>>Dosing pumps are frequently
used to inject fluids that may
be difficult to mix efficiently in
batch-tank systems because
of their low volume
>>Screw pumps are also known
as Archimedes’ screw
>>They are used for lifting large
volumes of fluid or material to
a limited height
>>They are driven through a
speed reduction gear
>>Mixers are used to give
homogeneity to fluids
>>Agitation is also used to speed
up chemical process
>>Mixing is performed by a
propeller rotating in the fluid
driven by a speed reduction
gear
>>Moving devices drive various
types of mechanical systems
such as: rotators, scrapers,
shields, compressors,
conveyors
>>Air blowers or fans are used to
provide air or oxygen for
ventilation or aeration tank
>>Flow can be adjusted using a
mechanical system (fixed
speed) or variable speed drive. Energy savings are possible
by operating at reduced speed
>>Mills and crushers are used to
grind materials
>>They are typically high torque
Direct On
Soft starter
Line (D.O.L.)
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10kW to > 1MW Quadratic
Speed Drive
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< 10 kW
Constant
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1 to 50 kW
Constant
b
1 to 50 kW
Constant
1 to 10kW
Constant
10 kW to 1 MW
Quadratic or constant
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50 kW to 2 MW
Variable
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Selecting motor starting mode
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Selecting motor starting mode
Control starter functions
Depending on needs, it is necessary to control some or all functions of a starter.
The principal function groups are:
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Motor control performance
>>Control on power, torque, speed, reversing, start time, and risk of jamming are
required.. Next table summarizes the main characteristics of pumps found in
process applications.
Motor protection
>>Its purpose is to avoid operating motors in abnormal conditions which could
result in negative events such as:
>> overheating
>> premature ageing
>> destruction of electrical windings
>> damage to coupling or gearbox
>> etc.
Motor metering and monitoring functions
>>The purpose of implementing measurement devices is to ensure continuous
supervision of motor operating conditions. The collected data can be used with
great benefit on improving energy efficiency and extending motor lifetime
>>Monitoring functions allow you to control costs, schedule maintenance
operations and keep historical information for legal requirements
The table on the next page presents a synthesis of different device functions.
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Selecting motor starting mode (continued)
Selecting motor starting mode
D.O.L. starter
Motor circuit
breaker +
Contactor
LCpD or F
Starter controller TeSys U
Standard
control unit
Advanced
control unit
Multifunction
control unit
b
b
b
b
b
b
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b
b
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b
b
b
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>>Indication of motor load
>>Current on 3 phases (rms value)
>>Average current
>>Thermal capacity level
>>Motor temperature
>>Voltages on 3 phases
>>Frequency
>>Active power, power factor
>>Earth current
>>Motor torque
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b
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b
>>Fault differentiation
>>Remote or automatic thermal reset
>>Local control, with I/O on product
>>Local control, with HMI terminal
>>Acceleration, decelerating torque control
>>Linear, S, U or customized acceleration and deceleration ramps
>>Bypass by contactor at starting end
>>Brake sequence
>>Automatic catching a spinning load, speed detection and automatic restart
>>Energy saving ratio, 2-point or 5-point quadratic ratio
>>Preset speed
>>Adaptation of current limiting according to speed
>>Noise and resonance suppression by switching frequency
>>Electricity and service hours meter
>>Detection of absence of fluid, detection of zero flow rate, limiting flow rate
>>Sleep function, wake-up function
>>Customer settings with display of physical values: bar, I/s, °C, etc.
>>Safety function, integrated “power removal” SIL2
>>PI regulator and reference
>>Fault statistics: counters and history per type of protection
>>Motor statistics: storage of motor statistics values
>>Diagnosis of faults affecting correct operation of the product
>>Download and save configuration
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Motor protection functions
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4
5
6
>>Short circuit
>>Overload
>>Locked rotor
>>No load running
>>Earth fault
>>Supply phases failure and imbalance
>>Ventilation fault
>>Abnormal temperature rise
>>Shaft bearing seizure
>>Insulation fault
>>Long starting time
>>Current phase reversal
>>Load fluctuations (I, U, P)
>>Overtorque
Metering functions
Monitoring functions
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Selecting motor starting mode
D.O.L.
Motor
management
system
TeSys T
Soft
starter
ATS48
VSD
ATV212
ATV61
1
2
Motor protection functions
>>Short circuit
>>Overload
>>Locked rotor
>>No load running
>>Earth fault
>>Supply phases failure and imbalance
>>Ventilation fault
>>Abnormal temperature rise
>>Shaft bearing seizure
>>Insulation fault
>>Long starting time
>>Current phase reversal
>>Load fluctuations (I, U, P)
>>Overtorque
Metering functions
>>Indication of motor load
>>Current on 3 phases (rms value)
>>Average current
>>Thermal capacity level
>>Motor temperature
>>Voltages on 3 phases
>>Frequency
>>Active power, power factor
>>Earth current
>>Motor torque
Monitoring functions
>>Fault differentiation
>>Remote or automatic thermal reset
>>Local control, with I/O on product
>>Local control, with HMI terminal
>>Acceleration, decelerating torque control
>>Linear, S, U or customized acceleration and deceleration ramps
>>Bypass by contactor at starting end
>>Brake sequence
>>Automatic catching a spinning load, speed detection and automatic restart
>>Energy saving ratio, 2-point or 5-point quadratic ratio
>>Preset speed
>>Adaptation of current limiting according to speed
>>Noise and resonance suppression by switching frequency
>>Electricity and service hours meter
>>Detection of absence of fluid, detection of zero flow rate, limiting flow rate
>>Sleep function, wake-up function
>>Customer settings with display of physical values: bar, I/s, °C, etc.
>>Safety function, integrated “power removal” SIL2
>>PI regulator and reference
>>Fault statistics: counters and history per type of protection
>>Motor statistics: storage of motor statistics values
>>Diagnosis of faults affecting correct operation of the product
>>Download and save configuration
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by upstream CB
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Applications
TeSys Contactors
Equipment based on standard contactors
Equipment requiring low
consumption contactors
which can be switched
directly from solid state
outputs
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2
tion
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0
6
IEC
8
UL50
AC-3
6A
6..0.16 A
9…150 A
115…800 A
750…1800 A
6...12 A
9…25 A
AC-1
12 A
20 A
25…200 A
200…2100 A
800…2750 A
20 A
20…40 A
Rated operational
voltage
690 V
690 V
690 V
1000 V
1000 V
690 V
690 V
Number of poles
2 or 3
3 or 4
3 or 4
2, 3 or 4
1…4
3 or 4
3
Contactor type
references
LC1 SK
LP1 SK
LC1 K
LC7 K
LP1 K
LC1 D
LC1 F
LC1 B
LP4 K
LC1 D
More information
Details and technical datasheets available on www.schneider-electric.com
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Rated
operational
current
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Applications
TeSys protection components: Thermal-magnetic
motor circuit-breakers
Protection of motors against short-circuits and overloads
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tion
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IEC
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UL50
2
3
Tripping threshold on
short-circuit
13 In
Standard motor power
ratings in AC-3, 415 V
Up to 15 kW (up to 20 hp)
Up to 30 kW
(up to 40 hp)
37 kW
(up to 50 hp)
7.5…110 kW (10…147 hp)
Operational current at
415 V
0.1…32 A
9…65 A
56…80 A
12…220 A
Breaking capacity at
415 V (Icu) to IEC 60947-2
10…100 kA
35…100 kA
50…100 kA
15 kA
35 and 36 kA
Door interlock mechanism
Without
With
With
Without
With
Circuit-breaker type
GV2 ME
GV2 P
GV3 P
GV3 ME80
GV7 RE
More information
Details and technical datasheets available on www.schneider-electric.com
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Applications
1
2
TeSys protection components
Protection relays and controllers
Motor protection
Thermal motor protection
tion
Protec
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47-2 an
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6
C
IE
UL508
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Protection
- Motor overload
- Stalling
- Phase failure
Tripping class
Class 10 A
Communication
–
Used with contactor type
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7
Classes 10 A and 20
Classes 10 and 20
LC1 K, LP1 K
LC1 D
LC1 F
Motor current (In)
0.11…16 A
0.1…150 A
30…630 A
Relay or controller type
LR2 K
LRD, LR2 D and
LR9 D
LR9 F
More information
Details and technical datasheets available on www.schneider-electric.com
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Protection of resistors,
bearings, capacitors
Machine protection
Motor and machine protection
Specific motor protection
Protection and control
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2
3
- Thermal overload
- Phase imbalance and
phase failure
- Motor stalling
- Long starting times
- Earth fault
- Thermal overload
- Phase imbalance and
phase failure
- Locked rotor
- Long starting times
- Phase reversal
- Earth fault
–
Classes 5 to 30
Classes 5 to 30
–
Modbus, CANopen,
DeviceNet, Profibus DP,
Advantys STB,
AS-Interface
Modbus, CANopen,
DeviceNet, Profibus DP,
Ethernet TCP/IP
- Frequent starting
- Harsh environments
- Overtorque
- Mechanical shocks
- Locked rotor
- Phase failure
- Overtorque
- Mechanical shocks
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All contactors
Unlimited
0.3…38 A
0.3…60 A
0.35…800 A
0.4…810 A
LT3 S
LR97D
LT47
LUTM p0BL
LTM R
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Feeder protection and circuit disconnection
Feeder protection and circuit
disconnection
tion
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IEC
489
L
and U
PowerPact multistandard molded case circuit breakers
Proven performance
>>Industry-leading circuit breaker innovation and protection for heavy-duty
commercial and industrial applications
Flexible
>>Full range of molded case circuit breakers from 15 A to 3,000 A deliver the
ratings, configurations, and operations for your unique application
Simple
>>Common catalogue numbers, standardized ratings, and a full-range of fieldinstallable accessories make product selection, installation, and maintenance
easier than ever
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Direct access to energy efficiency
>>Micrologic™ electronic trip units enable power and energy management
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Powerpact
HD
HG
HJ
JD
JG
JJ
LD
LG
LJ
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Number of poles
Current range
5
Interrupting ratings
UL/CSA/NOM rating
(kA RMS) (50/60 Hz AC)
240 VAC
480Y/277 VAC
480 VAC
600 Y/347 VAC
600 VAC
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DC ratings
250 VDC
500 VDC
IEC 60947-2 kA RMS
(50/60 Hz AC) Icu/Ics
220/240 VAC
380/415 VAC
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3
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3
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3
15-150 15-150 15-250 60-250 60-250 60-250 250-600 250-600 250-600
25
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14
20
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25/25
18/18
65
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35
–
18
20
–
65/65
35/35
100
–
65
–
25
20
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100/100
65/65
25
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18
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14
20
–
25/25
18/18
65
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35
–
18
20
20
65/65
35/35
100
–
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25
20
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100/100
65/65
25
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18
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14
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25/25
18/18
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18
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65/65
35/35
100
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25
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100/100
65/65
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Accessories
Shunt Trip
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Undervoltage Trip
Auxiliary Switches
Handle Operators
Mechanical Interlocks
Handle Padlock Attachment
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Trip system type
Thermal magnetic
Electronic
Enclosure
Dimensions
(3-pole unit mount)
Height mm (in.)
Width mm (in.)
Depht mm (in.)
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163 (6.4)
104 (4.1)
111 (4.4)
191 (7.5)
104 (4.1)
127 (5.0)
340 (13.38)
140 (5.51)
168 (6.61)
TeSys Vario load break switch according to IEC947-3 / UL508
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>>This switch is marked ‘‘Suitable as Motor Disconnect’’ allowing installation on
the load side of the motor branch circuit, short-circuit, and ground-fault
protection
>>TeSys Vario rotary switch disconnectors from 10 to 115 A UL (12 to 175 A IEC)
are suitable for the on-load making and breaking of resistive or mixed resistive
and inductive circuits where frequent operation is required
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Branch circuit and control circuit protection
Branch circuit
and control circuit protection
tion
Protec
ing to
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47-2,
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IEC
and
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UL 4 8
7
UL107
Multi 9TM miniature circuit breakers
>>In addition to the PowerPact molded case circuit breakers offer, IEC 947-2/
UL 489 miniature circuit breakers and UL 248 fuses should be used to protect
loads like power transformers, the power supply, appliances, and heating and
lighting
>>Multi 9™ C60 miniature circuit breakers are the first extensive range of DIN
rail-mounted miniature circuit breakers to be UL 489 listed for branch circuit
protection
>>Other Multi 9 devices are UL recognized as supplementary protectors suitable
for applications where branch circuit protection is already provided or not
required. Multi 9 C60 products also have IEC ratings. Other IEC-rated products
complement the UL line up to 125 A at up to 440 VAC
Breaker type
Number of poles
Current range
Interrupting ratings
UL/CSA rating
(kA RMS) (50/60 Hz AC)
DC ratings
IEC 60947-2
(50/60 Hz AC)
120 VAC
240 VAC
277 VAC
480Y/277 VAC
48 VDC
60 VDC
65 VDC
125 VDC
250 VDC
500 VDC
240 V
415 V
440 V
Accessories
Shunt Trip
Undervoltage Trip
Auxiliary Switches
Handle Operators
Handle Padlock Attachment
GF Protection (GFP)
Enclosure
Dimensions
Height mm (in.)
(3-pole unit mount)
Width mm (in.)
Depht mm (in.)
UL489 C60
UL489 C60
(120/240 V)
(480Y 277 Vac)
1
2
3
1
2
UL 1077 C60N
3
1
2
3.4
UL 1077
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10
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C60H-DC
3
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4
0.5-35 0.5-35 0.5-35 0.5-20 1-20 0.5-20 0.5-63 0.5-63 0.5-63 0.5-40
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0.5-40
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30
15
10
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7
107 (4.21) (box lug)
54 (2.13)
76 (3.00)
141 (5.55)
54 (2.13)
76 (3.00)
81.02 (3.19)
54 (2.13)
76 (3.00)
81 (3.19)
18 (.71) 36 (1.42)
65 (2.56)
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TeSys DF fuse holders according to IEC947- 3 / UL248
TeSys DF10
UL512
IEC
UL (UL recognized)
TeSys DFCC
IEC
UL (UL listed)
TeSys DF14
IEC
UL (UL recognized)
TeSys DF22
IEC
UL (UL recognized)
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>>These devices are rated 690 Volts AC, maximum:
>> 32 amperes
>> 200 kA current withstand
>>These devices are rated 600 Volts AC, maximum:
>> 30 amperes
>> 200 kA current withstand
>>These devices are rated 690 Volts AC, maximum:
10
>> 50 amperes
>> 200 kA current withstand
>>These devices are rated 690 Volts AC, maximum:
>> 125 amperes
>> 200 kA current withstand
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Basic Monitoring
Advanced Monitoring
1
Power Logic System
2
3
Name
AMP / VLT
DM6000
/ DM6200
Function
Ammete r, Voltmeter
Digital panel Meter
Panel instrumentation
I/U
I, V, F, PF
4
5
6
Integrated in Compact NSX circuit
breaker
Name
Micrologic A trip unit
Function
Ammeter, Voltmeter
Panel instrumentation
I/U
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8
•• Reading easiness
•• Essential parameters
•• Single-phase
Common accessories
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10
•• “all-in-one” informations
•• U and I (three-phase)
•• Panel Front
Name
CT
CMA / CMV
Function
Current Transformers
Ammeter & Voltmeter selector
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Monitoring
software
1
2
PM9 PM1000 IEM3110
/ PM700 / PM1200
PM750 PM3210
/ PM820
PowerView
Power Meter
Power Meter
Power Monitoring
I, U, F, P, Q, S, PF, E
I, U, F, P, Q, S, PF, E, THD, v
(Min/Max, I/O, alarm)
and remote monitoring
•• Real time viewing
3
of data
•• Historical tabular
data into Microsoft
Excel
•• Historical trending
•• Reporting
4
5
Micrologic E trip unit
6
Power Meter
I, U, F, P, Q, S, PF, E
•• U and I (three-phase)
•• Energy values
•• Back-up
•• U and I (three-phase)
•• Energy values
•• Communication with supervision
systems
Remote Monitoring
•• Remote monitoring
software
•• Remote Monitoring (control, loading/
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unloading, alarms and alerts)
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Spacial enclosures
Steel enclosures
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3
Wall-mounting
2
Description
Most common pumping architectures can be protected by Wall Mounting enclosures Spacial
S3D, especially in indoor applications.
Dimensions
From 300 x 200 mm to 1400 x 1000 mm
Ingress protection rating
Up to IP66
Mechanical protection rating
Up to IK10
S3D Wall-mounting enclosures
S3DEX Potentially explosive atmospheres
S3DM Distribution modular enclosures
Options
Large choice of enclosure versions and accessories.
Why should I choose it?
Durable, with high UV resistance, coated hinges, aluminium hinge pins and folded gutters that avoids
the entry of water, oil and other liquids .
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8
9
Floor-standing
Dimensions
From 500 x 500 mm to 2200 x 1800 mm
Ingress protection rating
IP55
Mechanical protection rating
Up to IK10
Options
Large choice of enclosure versions and accessories.
Thermal
management
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For more equipment and heavy loads, pumping solutions can be installed in robust sheet metal
compact enclosures (Spacial SM) or modular enclosures (Spacial SF). Up to 600 different
possible configurations. Spacial SF is also available in kit version.
Why should I choose it?
SM Floor-standing compact
SF Floor-standing modular
ClimaSys
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Accessories
5
Description
High level of modularity and flexibility. Save up 25 % of time in assembly.
CV-CA
Ventilation/Airing
Mounting
CE Exchangers
Power
distribution
CU Cooling Units
Cable
management
Project & Services
10
Configured offer
Adapted services: cut-outs,
painting, assemblies…
Specific offer
The co-development service
tailor-made for you
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Thalassa enclosures
Insulating material enclosures
Details and technical datasheets available on
www.schneider-electric.com
1
Description
Wall-mounting Thalassa insulating enclosures are made v
of Polyester which avoids any electrical contact risks. v
They resist to harsh conditions and outdoor environments
(corrosion-free).
Offline
software
2
Dimensions
From 430 x 330 mm to 1050 x 850 mm
Ingress protection rating
Up to IP66
PLM Wall-mounting polyester
PLMEX Potentially explosive atmospheres
Mechanical protection rating
Up to IK10
Options:
Plinths, cable entries, mounting accessories and thermal
management devices, as for other enclosures.
3
Why should I choose it?
Thalassa PLM are suitable for indoor or outdoor use and ensure
a long-life lasting without maintenance.
Spacial.prov
Graphic
configurator
4
Description
Thalassa PLA are floor-standing enclosures with a large choice
of dimensions and combinations, for pumping solution in harsh
environments where corrosion has to be taken in account.
Dimensions
Digital Rules
Enclosures selector
From 500 x 500 mm to 1500 x 1250 mm
Ingress protection rating
Up to IP65
Mechanical protection rating
PLA Floor-standing polyester enclosures
PLD Floor-standing DIN polyester enclosures
Up to IK10
Options
5
A variety of versions (completely sealed, open bottom, v
with or without canopy), mounting accessories and thermal
management devices.
Why should I choose it?
6
Thalassa PLA protect large and heavy control equipment
in harsh and corrosive environments for indoors and outdoors.
Spacial.conf
Services
configurator
CR Resistance
Heaters
7
ProClima
Thermal
calculation
software
CC Thermal
Control
8
Lighting v
& sockets
Door v
accessories
Earthing
9
Spare Parts
10
Cable gland plate
Doors
Door accessories
Fixing hardware
Roof accessories
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Selection guide
Control and signalling units
Applications
Pilot lights
Pushbuttons, selector switches and pilot lights
Biometric switches
Description of range
b LED pilot lights
b Pushbuttons
b Multiple-headed pushbuttons b Emergency Stop buttons
b Emergency switching off pushbuttons
b Selector switches and key switches
b Illuminated pushbuttons
b Pilot lights
Fingerprint readers
biometric switches
24V c
Features
Products
Monolithic,
compact, low
consumption
Complete units or sub-assemblies (body + head)
Monolithic
Bezel
Double insulated
Shape of head
Circular
Drilling or cut-out for mounting
Degree of
protection
v
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Conforming to
IEC 60529
Cabling
9
10
Mounting
Panel thickness
Metal, chromium plated or
black
Double insulated
Double insulated,
dark grey
Circular, square v
or rectangular
Circular
Circular or square
–
Ø 8 mm v
(Ø 0.315 in.) v
and Ø 12 mm
(Ø 0.472 in.)
Ø 16 (Ø 0.630 in.)
Ø 22 mm (Ø 0.866 in.)
IP 40
IP 65 with seal
IP 65
IP 66
IP 65
Tags for
2.8 x 0.5 mm (0.110 x 0.020 in.)
connectors, v
or threaded
connector
Faston connectors
Solder pins for printed
circuit boards
Spring clamp terminal connections
Screw clamp terminal connections
Faston connectors
Connector
With adaptor for printed circuit board
Cable or connectors
XB4
XB5S
1…8 mm
1…6 mm
(0.039… 0.315 in.) (0.039… 0.236 in.)
Type references
XVLA
XB6
Pages
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XB5
(1) Wireless and batteryless pushbutton and receiver ready-paired at the factory.
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v
v
Wireless and batteryless Pushbuttons, selector
pushbuttons
switches and pilot lights
Joystick controllers
Pushbuttons, selector
switches and pilot lights
Cam switches
1
2
3
4
Wireless and batteryless
and pushbuttons
24 V c or
24... 240 V a / c
b Pushbuttons b Emergency switching off
pushbuttons
b Selector switches and key
switches
b Illuminated pushbuttons
b Pilot lights
b 2 or 4 direction
b Stay put or spring return
Monolithic
b Pushbuttons
b Emergency Stop buttons
b Emergency switching off
pushbuttons
b Selector switches and
key switches
b Illuminated pushbuttons
b Pilot lights
b Switches
b Stepping switches
b Reversing and changeover
switches
b Ammeter switches
b Voltmeter switches
b Reversing switches
b Star-delta and reversing
star-delta switches
b Pole change switches
Complete units or sub-assemblies
(body + head with lever)
Complete units or
sub-assembliesv
(body + head)
Complete units or subassemblies (body + front panel +
head)
Metal, chromium plated or Double insulated, black
double insulated, black
Metal, chromium plated
Metal, chromium plated or double insulated, black
Transmitter with circular
head
Circular
Ready-to-use packs (1)
and “components” range
Circular
Double
insulated,
black
Ø 22 mm (Ø 0.866 in.)
IP 66
IP 65
Hexagonal
Square
Ø 30 mm (Ø 1.181 in.)
Ø 16 mm (Ø 0.630 in.) or
Ø 22 mm (Ø 0.866 in.) : series
K10
Ø 22 mm (Ø 0.866 in.) and
multifixing: series K1/K2
4 holes, 48 or 68 centres:
series K30…K150
IP 65
IP 65: series K10
IP 40, IP 65 with seal: series K1/
K2
IP 40: series K30…K150
IP 65
IP 65 (pushbuttons, pilot lights, IP 65
selector switches)
IP 54 (Emergency switching off
pushbuttons)
Wireless (transmitter)
Through cable (receiver)
Screw and captive clamp
Screw and captive clamp terminal connections
terminal connections
Forked U type tag connections
Faston clip connections (pilot
lights)
1…6 mm
(0.039… 0.236 in.)
XB5R, XB4R
XD4PA XD2GA XD5PA 9001K,9001SK
K10, K1, K2, K30, K50,
K63, K115, K150
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7
8
9
0.5…6 mm
1…6 mm
(0.020… 0.236 in.)
Depending on model
XB7
5
10
Selection guide
1
Associated offers
Control stations and enclosures
Type of applications
All applications
Enclosures
Plastic
Glass-reinforced
polyester
Complete stations and separate components for customer
assembly
Empty insulated
enclosures
Main feature
Pre-drilled control stations
Pre-drilled or undrilled
enclosures
Associated control and signalling units
Harmony XB5 with plastic bezel
Harmony XB7,
monolithic, plastic
Harmony XB4 with
metal bezel
Harmony XB5 with
plastic bezel
Number of cut-outs for Ø 22 mm (Ø 0.866 in.) control and
signalling units
1, 2, 3, 4 or 5
1, 2 or 3
1, 2, 4, 8 or 16
Material
Polycarbonate
ABS
Glass-reinforced
polyester
Colour
Yellow lid
Light grey base
Degree of protection
IP 66
IP 54
Function
Emergency Stop push Start or Stop
button
Start-Stop with pilot
light
Movement control
According to equipment fitted:
vv Start or Stop
vv Start-Stop with pilot light
vv Movement control
vv Emergency stop push button
Cable entries
Knock-outs
Type references
XAL K
Page(s)
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1, 2 or 3 (complete
stations)
1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 (empty
enclosures)
Dark grey lid
Light grey base
Light grey or yellow lid Coloured grey
Light grey base
throughout
IP 65
Tapped for cable
gland
XAL D
XAL E
XAP A
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Specific applications
Metal
Metal front plate,
insulated protective
rear cover
Plastic
Empty enclosures
Empty, flush mounting
enclosures: front plate
+ rear cover
Control stations for
severe environments
1
Metal
Lift inspection stations
Key operated
control stations
2
3
4
Pre-drilled enclosures
Pre-drilled or undrilled
enclosures
Pre-drilled front plates &
rear covers
Harmony XB4 with metal bezel
Harmony XB5 with plastic bezel
8, 16, 24, 30 or 40
1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 or 12
Aluminium alloy or sheet Zinc or aluminium alloy
steel
Blue lid and base
XAP M:
Blue lid
Blue base
XAP J:
Yellow lid
Blue base
IP 54
IP 65
Pre-drilled empty control Pre-drilled empty enclosures or
stations
fitted stations
XB2 SL
XAP M, XAP J
5
Harmony XB5 with
plastic bezel
Harmony XB5 or XB7 with plastic With key lock
bezel
1, 2, 3, 4 or 5
1, 2, 3, 4 or 5
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 with or without
power socket
–
Front plate: brushed
aluminium
Rear cover:polystyrene
Mineral reinforced
polyamide
Polycarbonate
Zinc alloy
Unpainted aluminium
Black lid
Black base
Yellow lid
Light grey base
Grey
7
IP 66
IP 69K
IP 44, IP 55 or IP 66 depending on IP 54
model
8
According to equipment fitted:
vv Start or Stop
vv Start-Stop with pilot light
vv Movement control
vv Emergency stop push button
Drilled
Fitted stations
6
Start-Stop
Knock-outs
ISO 20
Knock-outs
Tapped for cable
gland
XAP E
XAL G
XAL F
XAP S
9
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Selection guide
Associated offers
Power supplies Phaseo
Regulated switch mode power supplies
Power supplies
Regulated switch mode power supplies
ABL 8MEM, ABL 7RM: 7 to 60 W - Rail mounting
ABL 8REM, ABL 7RP: 60 to 144 W - Rail mounting
1
2
Nominal input voltage
3
Connection to
worldwide line
supplies
4
5
6
a 100...240 V
c 120...250 V
United States
- 120 V (phase-to-neutral)
- 240 V (phase-to-phase)
Single-phase (N-L1) connection
or
2-phase (L1-L2) connection
Europe
- 230 V (phase-to-neutral)
- 400 V (phase-to-phase)
Single-phase (N-L1) connection
United States
- 277 V (phase-to-neutral)
- 480 V (phase-to-phase)
–
Undervoltage control
Yes
Protection against overloads and short-circuits
Yes, voltage detection. Automatic reset on elimination of the fault
Diagnostics relay
–
Compatibility with function modules
–
Power reserve (Boost)
1.25 to 1.4 In for 1 minute, depending on model (for ABL 8MEM)
No
Output voltage
c5V
c 48 V
Output current
c 24 V
0.3 A
ABL8MEM24003
0.6 A
ABL8MEM24006
1.2 A
ABL8MEM24012
ABL8MEM12020
2A
7
c 12 V
2.5 A
ABL7RM24025
3A
ABL8REM24030
ABL7RP4803
3.5 A
4A
8
5A
ABL8MEM05040
ABL7RP1205
ABL8REM24050
6A
10 A
20 A
9
30 A
40 A
Pages
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ABL4: 85 to 960 W - Compact - Rail mounting
Function modules ABL 8DCC: converters c/c
1
2
a 100…230 V
a 120 V or a 230 V
a 400…500 V
c 24 V
Single-phase (N-L1) v
connection v
Single-phase (N-L1) v
connection v
or
2-phase (L1-L2) connection
–
–
–
Single-phase (N-L1) v
connection v
3-phase (L1-L2-L3) v
connection
–
–
–
3-phase (L1-L2-L3) v
connection
–
No
No
No
–
Yes, current limitation
Automatic reset on elimination of the fault
Yes
Yes
3
4
Yes, current limitation
Yes
Yes, depending on model
5
Yes with buffer module, battery and battery check modules, redundancy module and discriminating downstream protection module
Depending on model: 1.5 to 1.7 In for 5 to 30 seconds
No
c 24 V
c5V
c 7...12 V
6
ABL8DCC12020 (1)
7
ABL4RSM24035
8
ABL4RSM24050
ABL8DCC05060 (1)
ABL4RSM24100
ABL4RSM24200
ABL4WSR24200
9
ABL4WSR24300
ABL4WSR24400
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(1)Converter module c/c, must be used with a Phaseo power supply.
(2) Certain offers can not be marketed in certain countries, please consult your “Customer Care Centre”.
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Selection guide
Associated offers
Operator dialogue terminals
MagelisTM Small Panels
1
Applications
Display of graphic pages
Type of terminal
Small Panels with touch screen
2
3
Display
4
Type
Monochrome STN LCD
(200 x 80 pixels),
backlit
- Green, orange and red, or
- White, pink and red
Colour QVGA TFT LCD
(320 x 240 pixels)
Capacity
3.4" (monochrome)
3.5" (colour)
Data entry
5
Application
16 MB Flash
Expansion
–
Functions
Maximum number of pages
Limited by internal FLASH EPROM memory capacity
7
Communication
8
9
Via touch screen
Memory
capacity
6
5.7" (colour)
Variables per page
Unlimited
Representation of variables
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, curves, buttons, LEDs
Recipes
32 groups of 64 recipes
Curves
Yes, with log
Alarm logs
Yes
Real-time clock
Access to the PLC real-time clock
Alarm relay
–
Buzzer
Yes
Asynchronous serial link
RS 232C/RS 485 (1)
RS 232C using Zelio protocol (2)
Downloadable protocols
Uni-TE, Modbus and for PLC brands: Allen-Bradley, Omron, Mitsubishi, Siemens
Printer link
USB for serial or parallel printer
USB ports
1 host type A and 1 device type mini-B
Networks
1 Ethernet TCP/IP port
(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) (3)
RS 232C/RS 485
1 Ethernet TCP/IP port (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Development software
Vijeo Designer (on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7)
Operating system
Magelis
References
HMI STO 5pp
Page
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HMI STU 655
HMI STU 855
(1) Only HMI STO 511/512.
(2) Only HMI STO 501.
(3) Only HMI STO 531/532.
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Display of text messages and/or semi-graphic
pages
Display of text messages and/or semi-graphic pages
Control and configuration of data
Small Panels with keypad
Small Panels with keypad
1
Small Panels with touch screen and keypad
2
Green backlit monochrome LCD,v
height 5.5 mm (0.217 in.)v
orv
Green, orange or red backlit monochrome LCD,
height 4.34…17.36 mm (0.171…0.683 in.)
Green, orange or red backlit monochrome LCD,v
height 4.34…17.36 mm (0.171…0.683 in.)
Green, orange or red backlit monochrome matrix
LCD (198 x 80 pixels),v
height 4…16 mm (0.157…0.630 in.)
2 lines of 20 characters or v
1 to 4 lines of 5 to 20 characters
(monochrome)
1 to 4 lines of 5 to 20 characters (monochrome)
2 to 10 lines of 5 to 33 characters (monochrome)
Via keypad withv
8 keys (4 customizable)
Via keypad with
bb 12 function keys or numeric entry v
(depending on context)
bb 8 service keys
Via keypad with
bb 4 function keys
bb 8 service keys
512 KB Flash
Via touch screen and
keypad with
bb 10 function keys
bb 2 service keys
512 KB Flash EPROM
3
4
5
–
128/200 application pages
256 alarm pages
128/200 application pagesv
256 alarm pages
40…50
40…50, bargraph, buttons, LEDs
Alphanumeric
200 application pagesv
256 alarm pages
6
50
Alphanumeric, bargraph, buttons, LEDs
–
Yes
Yes (5)
Yes
Access to the PLC real-time clock
Access to the PLC real-time clock
7
–
–
Yes (4)
RS 232C/RS 485
Uni-TE, Modbus and for PLC brands: Allen-Bradley, Omron, Mitsubishi, Siemens
8
RS 232C serial link (5)
–
–
Vijeo Designer Lite (on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista)
9
Magelis
XBT N pppp
XBT R ppp
XBT RT ppp
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(4)Only XBT RT511.
(5)Depending on model.
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Operator dialogue terminals
MagelisTM GT Advanced Panels
1
Applications
Display of text messages, graphic objects and synoptic views
Control and configuration of data
Type of terminal
Touch screen Advanced Panels
2
3
Display
Type
Capacity
Backlit monochrome (amber or Backlit monochrome or colour
red mode) STN LCD v
STN LCD or backlit colour
(320 x 240 pixels) or TFT LCD TFT LCD (320 x 240 pixels) or
(640 x 480 pixels) (3)
3.8" (monochrome or colour)
5.7" (monochrome or colour)
Static function keys
Via touch screen
–
Dynamic function keys
–
Data entry
4
Memory capacity
Service keys
–
Alphanumeric keys
–
Applications
32 MB Flash EPROM
–
Expansion
5
Functions
Maximum number of pages
Variables per page
Representation of variables
6
7
Communication
8
9
Backlit colour STN LCD or
colour TFT LCD
(640 x 480 pixels)
7.5" (colour)
16 MB Flash EPROM (3)
32 MB Flash EPROM
By means of 128, 256, 512 MB, 1, 2 or 4 GB CF card (except
XBT GT2110)
Limited by internal Flash
Limited by capacity of internal Flash EPROM memory or CF
EPROM memory capacity
card memory
Unlimited (8000 variables max.)
Recipes
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, tank, tank level indicator, curves, polygon, button,
LED
32 groups of 64 recipes comprising 1024 ingredients max.
Curves
Yes, with log
Alarm logs
Yes
Real-time clock
Built-in
Discrete I/O
–
Multimedia I/O
–
Downloadable protocols
Asynchronous serial link
Uni-TE (2), Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP (1) and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi, Omron, Allen-Bradley
and Siemens
RS 232C/485 (COM1)
RS 232C/RS 422/485 (COM1) and RS 485 (COM2)
USB ports
1
Bus and networks
–
Modbus Plus and Fipway with USB gateway, PROFIBUS DP
and Device Net with optional card
Ethernet TCP/IP (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) (1)
Printer link
USB port for parallel printer
(3)
1 (3)
1 input (reset) and 3 outputs
(alarm, buzzer, run)
1 audio input (microphone),
1 composite video input
(digital or analogue video
camera), 1 audio output
(loudspeaker) (1)
1
RS 232C (COM1) serial link, USB port for parallel printer
Development software
Vijeo Designer (on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7)
Operating system
Magelis
(200 MHz RISC CPU)
Magelis v
(133 MHz RISC CPU) (3)
Magelis
(266 MHz RIS CPU)
Type of terminal
XBT GT11/13
XBT GT21/22/23/24/29
XBT GT42/43
Page
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(1)Depending on model.
(2) Uni-TE version V2 for Twido controller and TSX Micro/Premium platform.
(3) For XBTGT 2430, 32 MB Flash EPROM, 1 sound output, 2 USB ports, 266 MHz RISC CPU.
(4) For XBT GT 5430.
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Display of text messages, graphic objects and synoptic views
Control and configuration of data
1
Touch screen Advanced Panels
2
Backlit colour STN LCD or colour TFT LCD
(640 x 480 pixels or 800 x 600 pixels) (4)
Backlit colour TFT LCD (800 x 600 pixels)
Backlit colour TFT LCD (1024 x 768 pixels)
10.4" (colour)
12.1" (colour)
15" (colour)
3
Via touch screen
–
4
–
–
–
32 MB Flash EPROM
By means of 128, 256, 512 MB, 1, 2 or 4 GB CF card
5
Limited by capacity of internal Flash EPROM memory or CF card memory
Unlimited (8000 variables max.)
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, tank, tank level indicator, curves, polygon, button, LED
32 groups of 64 recipes comprising 1024 ingredients max.
Yes, with log
6
Yes
Built-in
1 input (reset) and 3 outputs (alarm, buzzer, run)
1 audio input (microphone), 1 composite video input (digital or analogue video camera), 1 audio output (loudspeaker) (1)
7
Uni-TE (2), Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP (1) and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi, Omron, Allen-Bradley and Siemens
RS 232C/RS 422/485 (COM1) and RS 485 (COM2)
2
Modbus Plus with USB gateway
8
Ethernet TCP/IP (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
RS 232C (COM1) serial link, USB port for parallel printer
Vijeo Designer (on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7)
Magelis
(266 MHz RIS CPU)
XBT GT52/53/54
XBT GT63
9
XBT GT73
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Associated offers
Operator dialogue terminals
MagelisTM GK, GH and GTW Advanced Panels
1
Applications
Display of text messages, graphic objects and synoptic views
Control and configuration of data
Type of terminal
Advanced Panels with keypad
2
3
Display
Type
Colour TFT LCDv
(320 x 240 pixels) or monochrome STN
Colour TFT LCD
(640 x 480 pixels)
Capacity
5.7" (monochrome or colour)
10.4" (colour)
Data entry
4
Memory capacity
5
Functions
6
Communication
7
Via keypad and/or touch screen (configurable) and/or by industrial pointer
Static function keys
10
12
Dynamic function keys
14
18
Service keys
8
Alphanumeric keys
12
Application
16 MB Flash EPROM
Expansion
By means of 128, 256, 512 MB, 1, 2 or 4 GB CF card
32 MB Flash EPROM
Maximum number of pages
Limited by capacity of internal Flash EPROM memory or CF card memory
Variables per page
Unlimited (8000 variables max.)
Representation of variables
Recipes
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, tank, tank level indicator, curves, polygon, button,
LED
32 groups of 64 recipes comprising 1024 ingredients max.
Curves
Yes, with log
Alarm logs
Yes
Real-time clock
Built-in
Discrete I/O
–
1 input - 3 outputs
Multimedia I/O
–
–
Downloadable protocols
Uni-TE (2), Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP (1) and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi, Omron,
Allen-Bradley and Siemens
Asynchronous serial link
RS 232C/RS 422/485 (COM1)
RS 485 (COM2)
USB ports
1
Bus and networks
Modbus Plus, Fipway with USB gateway, PROFIBUS DP and Device Net with optional card 2
Ethernet TCP/IP (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
8
9
Printer link
RS 232C (COM1) serial link, USB port for parallel printer
Development software
Vijeo Designer (on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7)
Operating system
Magelis
(CPU 266 MHz RISC)
Type of terminal
XBT GK 21/23
Page
XBT GK 53
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(1)Depending on model.
(2) Uni-TE version V2 for Twido controller and TSX Micro/Premium platform.
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Display of text messages, graphic objects and synoptic views
Control and configuration of data
Portable Advanced Panels
1
Open touch screen Advanced Panels
2
Colour TFT LCDv
(640 x 480 pixels)
Colour TFT LCDv
(800 x 600 pixels)
Colour TFT LCDv
(800 x 600 pixels)
Colour TFT LCDv
(1024 x 768 pixels)
5.7" (colour)
8.4" (colour)
12" (colour)
15" (colour)
Via touch screen
Via touch screen
11
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
32 MB Flash EPROM
1 GB CF system card included with
terminal, expandable to 4 GB
3
4
2 GB CF system card included with terminal,
expandable to 4 GB
By means of 128, 256, 512 MB, 1, 2 or 4 GB CF card
5
Limited by capacity of internal Flash EPROM memory or CF card memory
Unlimited (8000 variables max.)
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, tank, tank level indicator, curves, polygon, button, LED
32 groups of 64 recipes comprising 1024 ingredients max.
Yes, with log
Yes
6
Built-in
–
1 audio output
Uni-TE (2), Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP
and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi,
Omron, Rockwell
Automation and Siemens
Uni-TE (2), Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP (1) and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi, Omron, Allen-Bradley and Siemens
RS 232C/RS 422-485 (COM1)
RS 232C (COM1)
RS 232C (COM2)
RS 232C (COM1)
1
4
4 + 1 on front
–
Modbus Plus with USB gateway
1 Ethernet port (10BASE-T/100BASETX)
1 TCP/IP Ethernet port (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) and 1 Ethernet port (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1 GB)
–
RS 232C (COM1 or COM2) serial link, USB port for parallel printer
7
RS 232C (COM1)
RS 232C (COM2)
8
Vijeo Designer (on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7)
Magelis
(266 MHz RISC CPU)
Windows XP Embedded
XBT GH 2460
XBT GTW 450
XBT GTW 652
HMI GTW 7353
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(1)Depending on model.
(2) Uni-TE version V2 for Twido controller and TSX Micro/Premium platform.
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Operator dialogue terminals
MagelisTM GTO Optimum Advanced Panels
1
MagelisTM GTO Optimum Advanced
Panels
The new operator terminal standard for Machine Builders
State of the art display
2
>>The 5 screen size range consists a 65 Kcolour
TFT screen and provides a better visualisation
>>The design of the panel, with its LED backlight,
allows energy saving and dimming functionality
3
4
5
>>The 7” wide screen
6
provides a 40% increase in
the available screen area.
>>The external keypad, also
available with the 3,5”
screen, allows the screen
area to provide maximum
information.
7
Optimized communication
>>Magelis GTO offers remote control access and
embedded Ethernet provides easy integration
in your IT structure
>>The up to date peripheral links enable easy
operating use as well as an easy maintenance
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MagelisTM GTO Optimum Advanced Panels
1
Easy to install and sustainable offer
2
With Magelis GTO, you can rely on a long term investment
>>The existing cut-out is the same size for the
new range, enabling you an immediate
installation when your current panel needs to
be replaced
>>The configuration tool (Vijeo Designer
software) is also the same to enable an
immediate restart of the operations
3
4
The installation is made easy with:
>>only 4 installation fasteners for the whole range
>>unique fast connection power plug for the
whole range
>>the connectors located in the same place on
the panel for a better wiring
5
6
7
Magelis GTO is part of Machine solution
>>Included in SoMachine V3.1
8
9
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Operator dialogue terminals
MagelisTM GTO Optimum Advanced Panels
1
Applications
Display of text messages, graphic objects and synoptic views
Control and configuration of data
Type of terminal
Optimum Advanced Panels, touch screen
Degree of protection (according to IEC 60529)
IP 65 (IP 67 with addition of a cover)
Display
Type
Colour TFT LCD,
backlit
320 x 240 pixels (QVGA)
Capacity
3.5”
2
3
4
Data entry
Memory capacity
Functions
6
7
8
9
Communication
5.7”
7.0 Wide
Via touch screen
Via touch screen
Via touch screen
–
Dynamic function keys
6 function keys
(static or dynamic)
8 function keys v
(static or dynamic)
Service keys
–
–
–
Alphanumeric keys
–
–
–
Static function keys
5
Colour TFT LCD,
backlit
800 x 480 pixels (WVGA)
–
Applications
64/96 MB Flash EPROM (1)
Expansion
–
By 4 GB SD card (except HMI GTO2300)
96 MB Flash EPROM
Maximum number of pages
Limited by internal Flash
EPROM memory capacity
Limited by capacity of internal Flash EPROM memory v
or of SD card
Variables per page
Unlimited (8000 variables max.)
Representation of variables
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, tank, tank level indicator, curves, polygon, button, LED
Recipes
32 groups of 64 recipes comprising 1024 ingredients max.
Curves
Yes, with log
Alarm logs
Yes
Real-time clock
Built-in
Discrete I/O
–
Multimedia I/O
–
Downloadable protocols
Uni-TE (2), Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP (1) and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi, Omron,
Allen-Bradley and Siemens
Asynchronous serial link
RS 232C (COM1) and RS 485 (COM2) except HMI GTO1310: RS 232C/485 (COM1)
USB ports
1 type A host connector + 1 mini-B connector
Buses and networks
Ethernet TCP/IP (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) (3), Modbus Plus and Fipway via USB gateway
Printer link
RS 232C (COM1) serial link (4) and USB port for parallel printer
Development software
Vijeo Designer (on Windows XP and Windows 7)
Operating system
Magelis (333 MHz RISC CPU)
Type of terminal
HMI GTO1300
HMI GTO1310
Page
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HMI GTO2300
HMI GTO2310
HMI GTO3510
(1)Depending on model.
(2)Uni-TE version V2 for Twido controller and TSX Micro/Premium platform.
(3)Except HMI GTO1300 and GTO2300 (Modbus Plus and Fipway via USB gateway only).
(4)Except HMI GTO1310 (USB port for parallel printer only).
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Display of text messages, graphic objects and synoptic views
Control and configuration of data
Optimum Advanced Panels, touch screen
Optimum Advanced Panels, touch screen, “Stainless Steel” version
IP 65 (IP 67 with addition of a cover)
IP 66K (Front panel with stainless steel frame) for food & beverage
environment
1
2
3
Colour TFT LCD,
backlit
640 x 480 pixels (VGA)
Colour TFT LCD,
backlit
640 x 480 pixels (VGA)
Colour TFT LCD,
backlit
800 x 600 pixels (SVGA)
Colour TFT LCD,
Colour TFT LCD,
backlit
backlit
320 x 240 pixels (QVGA) 640 x 480 pixels (VGA)
Colour TFT LCD,
backlit
800 x 600 pixels (SVGA)
7.5”
10.4”
12.1”
5.7”
12.1”
10.4”
4
Via touch screen
–
–
–
–
5
96 MB Flash EPROM
By 4 GB SD card
Limited by capacity of internal Flash EPROM memory or of SD card
Unlimited (8000 variables max.)
6
Alphanumeric, bitmap, bargraph, gauge, tank, tank level indicator, curves, polygon, button, LED
32 groups of 64 recipes comprising 1024 ingredients max.
Yes, with log
Yes
Built-in
–
7
–
Uni-TE (2), Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP (1) and for PLC brands: Mitsubishi, Omron, Allen-Bradley and Siemens
RS 232C (COM1) and RS 485 (COM2)
1 type A host connector + 1 mini-B connector
Ethernet TCP/IP (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX), Modbus Plus and Fipway via USB gateway
8
RS 232C (COM1) serial link and USB port for parallel printer
Vijeo Designer (on Windows XP and Windows 7)
Magelis (333 MHz RISC CPU)
HMI GTO4310
HMI GTO5310
HMI GTO6310
HMI GTO2315
HMI GTO5315
HMI GTO6315
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OsiSense™ for pumping applications
OsiSense XM pressure sensors
OsiSense XM pressure sensors
1
Select OsiSense XM sensor in terms of pumping
applications
>>Medium duty from 0 to 25 bar
2
Electronic pressure
transmitters for control
circuit type XMLA, with
fixed differential:
detection of a single
threshold
3
Electronic pressure
transmitters for control
circuit type XMLB with
adjustable differential:
regulation between 2
thresholds
Electromechanical
pressure switches
for control circuit
type XMX
Electromechanical
pressure switches
for control circuit
type XMA
>>Over 25 bar & high end
4
Electronic pressure
transmitters for control
circuit type XMLK
5
Electronic pressure
transmitters for control
circuit type XMLP
>>Light duty from 0 to 8 bar: Small pumps up to 3 HP
6
Electromechanical
pressure switches for
power circuit type FTG
with fixed differential:
detection of a single
threshold
7
Electromechanical
pressure switches for
power circuit type FSG
with adjustable
differential: regulation
between 2 thresholds
>>Medium duty from 0 to 25 bar : Mid-power pumps up to 4 HP
8
Electromechanical
pressure switches for
power circuit type FYG
with adjustable
differential: regulation
between 2 thresholds,
2 contacts
9
Electromechanical
pressure switches for
power circuit type XMP
with adjustable
differential: regulation
between 2 thresholds,
2 or 3 contacts
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OsiSense™ for pumping applications
OsiSense XM pressure sensors
How to choose a pressure sensor in 4 steps?
1
2
3
4
Choose a product line according to application
>>Need to follow a pressure: electronic product with analogue output
(0-10v / 4-20mA / 0,5-4,5v)
>>Need to manage threshold with quick response time: electronic product
with solid state output
>>Need to manage threshold without constraint of response time:
electromechanical product with contact is a good choice
1
2
Choose a product according to the pressure
>>6, 10, 16 or 25 bar are common for water booster, more for fire booster
Choose the fluid connection according habits (geographical use)
>>¼ BSP, ¼ NPT, G ¼ A, …
3
Choose the electrical connection according habits
>>Cable, connector (M12, DIN, Packard, …), screw clamp terminals
OsiSense XMLK optimum pressure transmitter for
pumps
>>Complete pressure solution with bar/psi and with XMX, XMP or
FSG power pressure switches
>> International range
>> 6, 10, 16 bar
>> ¼ gaz fluid connection
>> DIN43650A, M12 & Metripack electrical connections
>> 4…20 mA or 0…10 V analog output
>> 56 new references in catalog
>> EAC customization capabilities
>>Advanced control solution with ATV32 and ATV61 variable speed
drives, M238 and M258 Modicon controllers
OsiSense XMLP optimum pressure transmitter for
Hydraulics & HVAC
>>Compact full metal pressure transmitter for hydraulic and HVAC
machinery
>> 0…600 bar product range
>> M12, DIN, GDS207 electrical connections
>> G1/4A, 7/16-20 UNF-2A, 7/16-20 UNF-2B pressure connections
>> 4-20 mA, 0-10 V, 0-5 V, 0.5-4.5 V outputs
>> - 30…+100 °C (-22…+ 212 °F) temperature range
4
5
6
7
8
Connect with the experts
>>A dedicated Sales team: trained and
experienced sales professionals are
available to help you with any sensing
application.
>>Telemecanique Sensors teams: v
are available for pre and post sales
support. We become an extension of
your team and we share our expertise
with you.
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Measurement & control relays - Zelio Control
Modular and industrial relays
1
Application
Control of 3-phase supplies
Functions
- Phase sequence
- Phase failure
- Asymmetry
- Phase sequence
- Phase failure
- Undervoltage
- Phase sequence
- Phase failure
- Asymmetry
- Overvoltage and
undervoltage
- Phase sequence
- Phase failure
- Motor temperature
Values controlled
a 208…480 V
a 208…440 V
a 208…480 V
a 208…480 V
a 220…480 V
a 208…480 V
Output
1 or 2 C/O contacts
1 C/O
1 or 2 C/O contacts
2 N/O contacts
Size
17.5 mm
17.5 mm
17.5 or 35 mm
35 mm
Modular relay type
TGp0
RM17 TT00
RM17 TA00
RM17 TU00
RM17 TE00
RM35 TF30
RM35 TMp50
MW
More information
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
2
Modular type
(17.5 or 35 mm width)
3
4
5
6
7
Industrial type
(22.5 ou 45 width)
8
9
10
Values controlled
a 220…440 V
a 220…240 V
a 380…440 V
a 220…440 V
a 220…240 V
a 380…440 V
–
–
Output
1 or 2 C/O contacts
1 or 2 C/O contacts
–
–
Size
22.5 mm
22.5 mm
–
–
Industrial relay type
RM4 TG20
RM4 TApp
RM4 TUpp
RM4 TRpp
–
–
More information
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
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Voltage control
3-phase
- Overvoltage and
undervoltage between
phases
- Overvoltage and
undervoltage between
phases and neutral
- Absence ofv
neutral / phase
Current control
Single-phase and d.c.
- Overvoltage or
undervoltage
- Self-powered
- Overvoltage and
undervoltage in window
mode
- Self-powered
- Overvoltage or
undervoltage
Integrated current
transformer
–
- Overcurrent
- Overcurrent or
undercurrent
1
2
3
4
a 220…480 V
a 208…480 V
a 120…277 V
c 9…15 V
a/c 20…80 V
a/c 65…260 V
a/c 20…80 V
a/c 65…260 V
a/c 0.05…5 V
a/c 1…100 V
a/c 15…600 V
2…20 A
2…500 mA
0,15…15 A
1 C/O contact
or
1 C/O contact
+ 1 C/O contact
1 C/O contact
1 C/O contact
2 C/O contacts
1 C/O contact
2 C/O contacts
17.5 or 35 mm
17.5 mm
17.5 mm
35 mm
17.5 mm
35 mm
RM17 UB310
RM35 UB3ppp
RM17 UAS1p
RM17 UBE1p
RM35 UA1pMW
RM17 JC00MW
RM35 JA3pMW
5
6
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
7
8
–
–
a/c 80…220 V
a/c 160…300 V
0.05…5 V
1…100 V
30…500 V
–
3 mA...1 A
0.3…15 A
–
–
2 C/O contacts
2 C/O contacts
–
1 or 2 C/O contacts
–
–
22.5 mm
22.5 mm
–
22.5 or 45 mm
–
–
RM4 UB3p
RM4 UA3p
RM4 UA1p
–
RM4 JA01
RM4 JA3p
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Measurement & control relays - Zelio Control
Modular and industrial relays
1
Application
Level control
Pump control
Functions
By resistive probes
By discrete sensor
3-phase and single-phase
- Empty or fill
- Empty or fill
- Input for discrete sensor
AON: Contact/PNP/NPN
- Overcurrent and undercurrent
- Phase sequence on 3-phase
supply
- Phase failure on 3-phase
supply
Values controlled
0.25…5 kW
5…100 kW
0.05…1 MW
–
Current: 1…10 A
3-phase a 208…480 V
Single-phase a 230 V
Output
2 C/O contacts
1 C/O contact
1 C/O contact
Size
35 mm
35 mm
35 mm
Modular relay type
RM35 LM33MW
RM35 LV14MW
RM35 BA10
More information
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
2
Modular type
(17.5 or 35 mm width)
3
4
5
6
Industrial type
(22.5 or 45 mm width)
Industrial type
Values controlled
2,5…50 kW
5…100 kW
25…500 kW
5…100 kW
–
Output
1 or 2 C/O contacts
1 or 2 C/O contacts
–
Size
22.5 mm
39 mm (plug-in 8 or 11-pin)
–
Industrial relay type
RM4 L
RM84
–
More information
Please consult on our web site www.schneider-electric.com
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8
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Frequency control
Speed control
Temperature control for elevator machine rooms and 3-phase supplies
- Over-frequency and under-frequency
- Over or under operating rate / speed
- Machine room temperature
- Machine room temperature
- Phase failure and phase sequence
1
2
3
Mains supply: 50 or 60 Hz
High threshold: - 2…+ 10 Hz
Low threshold: - 10…+ 2 Hz
Time controlled between pulses:
0.05…0.5 s, 0.1…1 s,
0.5…5 s, 1…10 s
0.1…1 min, 0.5…5 min,1…10 min
Temperature
Low threshold: - 1…11 °C
High threshold: 34…46 °C
Temperature
Low threshold: - 1…11 °C
High threshold: 34…46 °C
3-phase supplies a 208…480 V
1 C/O contact
+ 1 C/O contact
1 C/O contact
1 C/O contact or 2 N/O contacts
2 N/O contacts
35 mm
35 mm
35 mm
35 mm
RM35 HZ21FM
RM35 S0MW
RM35 ATL0MW
RM35 ATR5MW
RM35 ATW5MW
4
5
6
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–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Appendices
Index
Product reference index
490
1
2
3
ATS01N232RT
5/7
ATV61HD15M3X
5/5
LTMR
490NTC00005
4/7
ATS22C11Q
5/7
ATV61HD18M3X
5/5
LU9GC3
490NTC00005U
4/7
ATS22C14Q
5/7
ATV61HD22M3X
5/5
LUFP7
3/21
490NTC00015
4/7
ATS22C17Q
5/7
ATV61HD30M3X
5/5
LUFP9
3/21
490NTC00040
4/7
ATS22C21Q
5/7
ATV61HD37M3X
5/5
LUTMp0BL
5/15
490NTC00040U
4/7
ATS22C25Q
5/7
ATV61HD45M3X
5/5
490NTC00080
4/7
ATS22C32Q
5/7
ATV61HD55M3X
5/5
Micrologic A trip unit
490NTC00080U
4/7
ATS22C41Q
5/7
ATV61HD75M3X
5/5
490NTW00002
4/7
ATS22C48Q
5/7
ATV61HD90M3X
5/5
490NTW00002U
4/7
ATS22C59Q
5/7
ATV61HU15M3
5/5
490NTW00005
4/7
ATS22D17Q
5/7
ATV61HU15M3
5/5
490NTW00005U
4/7
ATS22D32Q
5/7
ATV61HU22M3
5/5
490NTW00012
4/7
ATS22D47Q
5/7
ATV61HU22M3
5/5
490NTW00012U
4/7
ATS22D62Q
5/7
ATV61HU30M3
5/5
490NTW00040
4/7
ATS22D75Q
5/7
ATV61HU30M3
5/5
490NTW00040U
4/7
ATS22D88Q
5/7
ATV61HU40M3
5/5
490NTW00080
4/7
ATS48C11Q
5/7
ATV61HU40M3
5/5
490NTW00080U
4/7
ATS48C14Q
5/7
ATV61HU55M3
5/5
ATS48C17Q
5/7
ATV61HU55M3
5/5
499
4
7
8
9
10
RM84
5/42
S
SR2MOD03
3/21
T
TCSECL1M3M10S2
4/7
TCSECL1M3M1S2
4/7
5/18
TCSECL1M3M25S2
4/7
Micrologic E trip unit
5/18
TCSECL1M3M3S2
4/7
Modicon OTB
interface modules
3/34
TCSECL1M3M40S2
4/7
Modicon TM2 analog
module
3/34
TCSECL1M3M5S2
4/7
TCSECN300R2
4/6
Modicon TM2 digital
module
3/34
TCSEK1MDRS
4/6
TCSEK3MDS
4/6
Modicon TM5 analog
module
3/35
TCSESM043F1CS0
4/7
TCSESM043F1CU0
4/7
Modicon TM5
compact block
3/35
TCSESM043F2CS0
4/7
Modicon TM5 digital
module
3/35
TCSESM043F2CU0
4/7
TCSESM083F1CS0
4/7
Modicon TM7 analog
block
3/35
TCSESM083F1CU0
4/7
TCSESM083F23F0
4/7
Modicon TM7 digital
block
3/35
TCSESM083F2CS0
4/7
MSDCHLLMUV31S0
Single
2/5
TCSESM083F2CU0
4/7
TCSESU033FN0
4/7
MSDCHLLMTV31S0
Team
2/5
TCSESU043FN0
4/7
TCSESU051F0
4/7
MSDCHLLMFV31S0
Facility
2/5
M
4/7
ATS48C21Q
5/7
ATV61HU75M3
5/5
499NES18100
4/7
ATS48C25Q
5/7
ATV61HU75M3
5/5
499NMS25101
4/7
ATS48C32Q
5/7
499NMS25102
4/7
ATS48C41Q
5/7
DM6000
5/18
499NSS25101
4/7
ATS48C48Q
5/7
DM6200
5/18
499NSS25102
4/7
ATS48C59Q
5/7
499TWD01100
4/9
ATS48C66Q
5/7
GV2ME
5/13
ATS48C79Q
5/7
GV2P
5/13
ATS48D17Q
5/7
GV3ME80
5/13
ATS48D22Q
5/7
GV3P
5/13
PM1200
5/19
TCSMCN3M4F3C2
4/5
GV7RE
5/13
PM3210
5/19
TCSMCN3M4M3S2
3/21
3/33
9001K, 9001SK
6
4/4
499NEH10410
9001
5
5/15
5/23
A
D
G
P
TCSESU053FN0
4/7
TCSMCN3M4F3C2
3/21
TCSMCN3M4F3C2
3/33
ABL4RSM24035
5/27
ATS48D32Q
5/7
ABL4RSM24050
5/27
ATS48D38Q
5/7
PM700
5/19
TCSMCN3M4M3S2
ABL4RSM24100
5/27
ATS48D47Q
5/7
HMIGTO1300
5/36
PM750
5/19
TCSMCN3M4M3S2
4/5
ABL4RSM24200
5/27
ATS48D62Q
5/7
HMIGTO1310
5/36
PM820
5/19
TCSXCNAMUM3P
3/21
ABL4WSR24200
5/27
ATS48D75Q
5/7
HMIGTO2300
5/36
PM9
5/19
TCSXCNAMUM3P
3/33
ABL4WSR24300
5/27
ATS48D88Q
5/7
HMIGTO2310
5/36
PM1000
5/19
TCSXCNAMUM3P
ABL4WSR24400
5/27
ATS48M10Q
5/7
HMIGTO2315
5/36
PowerView
5/19
TGp0
5/40
ABL7RM24025
5/26
ATS48M12Q
5/7
HMIGTO3510
5/36
TM200RSRCEMC
3/21
ABL7RP1205
5/26
ATV212H075M3X
5/4
HMIGTO4310
5/37
RM17JC00MW
5/41
TM238CNTLSCT
3/22
ABL7RP4803
5/26
ATV212H075N4
5/4
HMIGTO5310
5/37
RM17TA00
5/40
TM238LFAC24DRS0
3/21
ABL8DCC05060
5/27
ATV212HD11M3X
5/4
HMIGTO5315
5/37
RM17TE00
5/40
TM238LFDC24DTS0
3/21
ABL8DCC12020
5/27
ATV212HD11N4
5/4
HMIGTO6310
5/37
RM17TT00
5/40
TM238RSSCT
3/22
ABL8MEM05040
5/26
ATV212HD15M3X
5/4
HMIGTO6315
5/37
RM17TU00
5/40
TM238RSSPT
3/21
ABL8MEM12020
5/26
ATV212HD15N4
5/4
HMIGTW7353
5/33
RM17UAS1p
5/41
TM258LF42DTS0
3/32
ABL8MEM24003
5/26
ATV212HD18M3X
5/4
HMISTO5pp
5/28
RM17UB310
5/41
TM258LF42DT4LS0
3/32
ABL8MEM24006
5/26
ATV212HD18N4
5/4
HMISTU655
5/28
RM17UBE1p
5/41
TM258LF42DRS0
3/32
ABL8MEM24012
5/26
ATV212HD22M3X
5/4
HMISTU855
5/28
RM35ATL0MW
5/43
TM258LF66DT4LS0
3/32
ABL8REM24030
5/26
ATV212HD22N4
5/4
HMIZSUSBB
3/22
RM35ATR5MW
5/43
TM2USBABDEV1
3/22
ABL8REM24050
5/26
ATV212HD30M3X
5/4
RM35ATW5MW
5/43
TM5ACLITB1
3/33
AMP
5/18
ATV212HD30N4
5/4
RM35BA10
5/42
TM5ACLITR1
3/33
ATS01N103FT
5/5
ATV212HD37N4
5/4
RM35HZ21FM
5/43
TM5ACLITW1
3/33
ATS01N106FT
5/5
ATV212HD45N4
5/4
RM35JA3pMW
5/41
TM5ACLT1
3/33
ATS01N109FT
5/5
ATV212HD55N4
5/4
RM35LM33MW
5/42
TM5ACTCH100
3/33
ATS01N112FT
5/5
ATV212HD75N4
5/4
RM35LV14MW
5/42
TM5ACTLC100
3/33
ATS01N125FT
5/5
ATV212HU15M3X
5/4
3/33
ATS01N206LU
5/5
ATV212HU15N4
5/4
ATS01N206QN
5/6
ATV212HU22M3X
5/4
ATS01N206RT
5/6
ATV212HU22N4
5/4
ATS01N209LU
5/6
ATV212HU30M3X
5/4
ATS01N209QN
5/6
ATV212HU30N4
5/4
ATS01N209RT
5/6
ATV212HU40M3X
5/4
ATS01N212LU
5/5
ATV212HU40N4
5/4
ATS01N212QN
5/6
ATV212HU55M3X
5/4
ATS01N212RT
5/6
ATV212HU55N4
5/4
ATS01N222LU
5/5
ATV212HU75M3X
5/4
ATS01N222QN
5/6
ATV212HU75N4
5/4
ATS01N222RT
5/6
ATV61H075M3
5/5
ATS01N232LU
5/5
ATV61H075M3
5/5
ATS01N232QN
5/6
ATV61HD11M3X
5/5
H
I
IEM3110
5/19
K
K1, K2, K10, K30, K50,
K63, K115, K150
5/23
L
R
3/7
LC1B
5/12
5/43
LC1D
RM35S0MW
5/12
TM5ACTLS100
5/40
LC1F
RM35TF30
5/12
TM5PCRS2
4/3
5/40
LC1K
RM35TMp50MW
5/12
TM5PCRS4
4/3
5/41
LC1SK
RM35UA1pMW
5/12
TSXCSA100
4/5
5/41
LC7K
RM35UB3ppp
5/12
TSXCSA200
4/5
5/41
LP1K
RM4JA01
5/12
TSXCSA500
4/5
5/41
LP1SK
RM4JA3p
5/12
TSXCX100
4/5
5/42
LP4K
RM4L
5/12
TSXPLP01
3/21
RM4TApp
5/40
LR2K
5/14
TSXPLP101
3/21
5/40
LR9F
RM4TG20
5/14
TSXSCA50
4/4
5/40
LR97D
RM4TRpp
5/14
TWDXCARJ003
4/5
5/40
LRD, LR2D, LR9D
RM4TUpp
5/14
TWDXCARJ010
4/5
5/41
LT3S
RM4UA1p
5/15
TWDXCARJ030
4/5
5/41
LT47
RM4UA3p
5/15
TWDXCARJP03
4/5
RM4UB3p
5/41
TWDXCARJP03P
4/5
5/44
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Appendices
Index
Product reference index
TWDXCAFD010
4/5
XBTZG935
3/14
TWDXCAFJ010
4/5
XBTZGCCAN
3/14
TWDXCAISO
4/4
XBTZGCHOK
3/14
TWDXCAT3RJ
4/4
XBTZGCLP2
3/14
XBTZGCLP4
3/14
V
5/18
XBTZGDIO1
3/14
VW3A8306D30
4/5
XBTZGDIO2
3/14
VW3A8306R03
4/5
XBTZGFIX
3/14
VW3A8306R10
4/5
XBTZGPWS1
3/14
VW3A8306R30
4/5
XBTZGUSB
3/14
VW3A8306RC
4/5
XBTZGUSBB
3/14
VW3A3521S0
3/7
XD2GA
5/23
VW3A3201
3/7
XD4PA
5/23
VW3A3202
3/7
XD5PA
5/23
VW3A8306TF03
4/4
XGSZ24
VW3A8306TF10
4/4
XVLA
VW3A8306R03
3/21
VW3A8306R10
3/21
VW3A8306R30
3/21
VLT
1
2
4/4
3
5/22
X
XALE
5/24
XALF
5/25
XALG
5/25
XALD
5/24
XALK
5/24
XAPA
5/25
XAPE
5/25
XAPJ
5/25
XAPM
5/25
XAPS
5/25
XB2SL
5/25
XB4
5/22
XB5R,XB4R
5/22
XB5S
5/22
XB5
5/22
XB6
5/22
XB7
5/23
XBTZ9008
4/5
XBTZ938
4/5
XBTZ9980
4/5
XBTZG60
3/14
XBT9980
3/33
XBTGC1100T
3/14
XBTGC1100U
3/14
XBTGC2120T
3/14
XBTGC2120U
3/14
XBTGC2230T
3/14
XBTGC2230U
3/14
XBTGH2460
5/33
XBTGK21/23
5/32
XBTGK53
5/32
XBTGT11/13
5/30
XBTGT21/22/23/24/29
5/30
XBTGT42/43
5/30
XBTGT52/53/54
5/31
XBTGT63
5/31
XBTGT73
5/31
XBTGTW450
5/32
XBTGTW652
5/32
XBTNpppp
5/29
XBTRppp
5/29
XBTRTppp
5/29
XBTZ938
3/33
XBTZ9980
4/9
XBTZ9980
3/21
XBTZG51
3/14
XBTZG52
3/14
XBTZG62
3/14
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
5/45
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