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SAFTRONICS

AS6 PROFIBUS - DP
FIELDBUS I/O OPTI0N
INSTRUCTION MANUAL - ENGLISH Document number: 01-2117-01 Edition: r1 Date of release: 2000-01-14 Saftronics retain the right to change specifications and illustrations in the text, without prior notification. The contents of this document may not be copied without the explicit permission of Saftronics, Inc..

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Instruction manual It is important to be familiar with the main product (softstarter/ inverter) to fully understand this instruction manual. Technically qualified personnel Installation, commissioning, demounting, making measurements, etc. of or on the Saftronics products may only be carried out by personnel technically qualified for the task. Installation T he installation must be made by authorised personnel and must be made according to the local standards. Opening the softstarter
DANGER! ALWAYS SWITCH OFF THE MAINS VOLTAGE BEFORE OPENING THE UNIT AND WAIT AT LEAST 5 MINUTES TO ALLOW THE BUFFER CAPACITORS TO DISCHARGE.

Always take adequate precautions before opening the softstarter. Although the connections for the control signals and the jumpers are isolated from the main voltage. Always take adequate precautions before opening the softstarter. EMC Regulations E M C regulations must be followed to fulfill the E M C standards.

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1. 2.
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

QUICK SET-UP

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Introduction .................................................................. Description. ................................................................... Users ............................................................................ Safety ........................................................................... Delivery and Unpacking. .................................................

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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6

FieldBus I/O

Introduction .................................................................. HMS ............................................................................. Interfaces of communication .......................................... Setting up ..................................................................... Description of Jumpers and LEDs .................................. Recommendation .........................................................

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4.1 4.2

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Introduction ................................................................ Setting up ...................................................................

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9

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Response time ............................................................ 13 Installation in AS6 Softstarters ..................................... 13 Installation AS6-180 and Larger ............................................ 15 Set-up Communication Parameters ............................... 17 Selection of control sources ......................................... 20 Using serial comm. with Fieldbus ................................ 20 Using serial communication with RS-232 Modbus RTU .. 21 Map ............................................................................ 21 Getting started - simple communication example 25

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List of tables
Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 9-pin D-sub connector. ............................................. LED indication ......................................................... Map of input pins to the MSF ................................... Map of output pins from the MSF ............................. 11 12 22 23

Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6

List of figures

Step by step guide. .................................................... Ways to communicate ............................................... Jumper 1 ................................................................... Profibus interface. ................................................... Jumper J2. ............................................................... Bytes. .....................................................................

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QUICK SET-U P

Following flowchart is a step by step guide for advanced users, with references to chapters with detailed information.

Set FieldBus I/ O Address * Profibus, see 4.2.3 Set FieldBus I/ O Baudrate * Profibus, automatically selected Set Internal C ommunications Address * AS6, use address 1, see 8.4 Set Internal C ommunications Baudrate * AS6, use 19.2 kBaud, see 8.4 Set Internal C ommunications Parity * AS6, use N o Parity, see 8.4 Set C ontrol M ode * AS6, parameter 006, used mode 3, see 8.6.1

Fig. 1

Step by step guide.

QUICK SET-UP

2. 2.1

GENERAL INFORMATIO Introduction

T he FieldBus I/ O interface allows external equipment to exchange data and run our products. T he FieldBus I/ O interface acts as a slave in a master slave configuration. Physical connection can be either R S-232 or one of the available fieldbuses.

2.2

Description.

T his instruction manual describes the installation and operation of the FieldBus I/ O option card, which can be built into the following products: AS6 Softstarters: AS6-30 - AS6-800 Specific information about the softstarters is in chapter 5.

2.3

Users

T his instruction manual is intended for: - Installation engineers - Designers - M aintenance engineers - Service engineers - Programmers

GENERAL INFORMATION

2.4

Safety

Because this option is a supplementary part of the softstarter, the user must be aquatinted with the original instruction manual of the AS6 softstarter. All safety instructions, warnings etc. as mentioned in these instruction manuals are to be known to the user. T he following indications can appear in this manual. Always read this first and be aware of their content before continuing.

2.5

Delivery and Unpacking.

C heck for any visible signs of damage. Inform your supplier immediately of any damage found. Do not install the option card if damage is found. If the option card is moved from a cold storage room to the room where it is to be installed, condensation can form on it. Allow the option card to become fully acclimatised and wait until any visible condensation has evaporated before installing it in the inverter or softstarter.

GENERAL INFORMATION

3. 3.1

FIE LDB US I/ O Introduction

T he FieldBus I/ O O ption consists of 2 parts. O ne part is an AnyBus I/ O M odule. T his module is a third part and comes from H M S. W e have chosen to buy this part because of the complexity and amount of fieldbuses.

3.2

HMS

T his is how H M S present themselves: "H MS develops and supplies high tech electronics to quality conscious customers worldwide. H MS was one of the first companies to develop interfaces for all major fieldbus systems. T oday, ten years later, we have expanded both the technology and our own skills. W e are now one of the worlds leading companies in the fieldbus technology sphere, and are the global leaders in embedded O E M fieldbus modules for industrial products."

3.3

Interfaces of communication

Fig. 2

W ays to communicate

FieldBus I/O

3.4

Setting up

3.4.1 Steps Several steps must be done for a complete set-up. Both FieldBus I/ O O ption and the product must be set for a complete and working system. T he FieldBus I/ O O ption is also divided into 2 parts; FieldBus and R S-232.

3.5

Description of Jumpers and LEDs


COM.FA ILURE TESTMODE2 TESTMODE1 FIELDBUS RS-232

64

32

Fig. 3

Jumper 1

3.5.1 Mode U ser can choose between R S-232 and FieldBus with jumper J1. It is not possible to communicate in both ways at the same time. 3.5.2 I/O Modules H M S presents two sizes of I/ O modules. T he size can be set with jumper J2. For the time being we are only using the 64 I/ O module and this should be set.

FieldBus I/O

RUN

J2

J1

3.5.3 LED indication Four LE Ds indicates what status the FieldBus I/ O O ption have. LE D 1 and 2 are only for internal use at production. LE D 3 (green) indicates that the FieldBus communication is working and running. LE D 4 (red) indicates that external communication is broken. LE D 3 and 4 (red and green) indicates that the FieldBus I/ O O ption is trying to achieve internal communication with the product. T his state is seen when the product is started. If the product is not correct set the Fieldbus I/ O O ption will remain in this state.

3.6

Recommendation

W e suggest that installation, cables and connectors must be followed as specified by each fieldbus organisation.

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4. 4.1

P R OF I B US - D P Introduction

PR O FIBU S-DP is designed for high-speed data communication at the device level. H ere, central controllers (e.g., PLC s/ PC s) communicate with their distributed field devices (I/ O , drives, valves, etc.) via a high-speed serial link. M ost of the data communication with these distributed devices is done in a cyclic manner. T he functions required for these communications are specified by the basic PR O FIBU S-DP functions in accordance with E N 50 170.

4.2

Setting up

Before commencing communication with the FieldBus I/ O option, the option and the product will need some settings. For product settings information see the product specific chapters. 4.2.1 Picture of interface
Terminating resistor Connection LEDS S3 S2

Address X10 X1

Fig. 4

Profibus interface.

4.2.2 Connection
T able 11 9-pin D-sub connector. D-sub 8 3 Housing 5 6 4 Description A-Line B-Line Shield GND Vcc RTS

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4.2.3 Address Address can be set from 00 to 99 by rotary switches S2 and S3. T o calculate the address, multiply S3s value by 10 and then add the values. 4.2.4 Baudrate T he baudrate is automatically selected from 9600 Baud to 12M Baud. 4.2.5 32 I/O or 64 I/O 32 I/ O or 64 I/ O is chosen with the jumper J2.
64 32

Fig. 5

Jumper J2.

4.2.6 Termination T ermination of the fieldbus requires a terminating resistor at each end of the fieldbus. Switching S1 to O N can connect the termination resistor. 4.2.7 Led indication
T able 12 L E D indication

Led Error DIA Power Red Green Green

Colour

Function Bus off/error Not implemented Power on

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NOTE! This chapter explaines communication with fieldbus only.

5.1

Response time

In normal case there is a 50-70ms response time. Due to variations in workload the response time can be up to 300ms.

5.2

Installation in AS6 Softstarters

The following pictures shows the parts of the FieldBus I/O option. Remove first the lid on the top side of the softstarter and then remove the PPU (1). Then remove the two screws and loosen the metal plate on the top (2). 1 2

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Mount the option card according to the following pictures. Fasten the flat cable first (3) and then put the option card in position and fasten it with the screws again. Then connect the flat cable to the option card (4). 3 4

Put the PPU back on again (5). 5

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5.3

Installation AS6-180 and Larger

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Set-up Communication Parameters

The following parameters have to be set-up: - Unit address.

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Default: Range: 1 1-247

Comm unit address

Select the unit address to 1 in fieldbus mode and any value in the range for RS-232 Modbus mode.

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Baud rate.

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1 9. 2
Default: Range: 9.6

Comm baudrate

2.4, 4.8, 9.6, 19.2, 38.4 kBaud

Select the baudrate to 19.2 kBaud between AS6 and fieldbus I/O option board in fieldbus mode and any value in the range for RS-232 Modbus mode.

Parity

113

0
Default: Range: 0 0, 1

Comm parity

Select 0=No parity in fieldbus mode and any value in the range for RS-232 Modbus mode.

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Behaviour when contact interrupted.

114

1
Default: Range: 1 oFF, 1, 2

Comm. contact interrupted

This parameter will control the behaviour in the softstarter when the comm. is interrupted. oFF No alarm and continue operation. 1 Alarm and stop operation. 2 Alarm and continue operation.

If an alarm occurs, it is automatically reset if the communication is re-established. It is also possible to reset the alarm from the soft starter keyboard. This alarm function is available in both fieldbus mode and RS-232 Modbus mode. If control mode is Serial comm. control and no contact is established or contact is interrupted the softstarter consider the contact to be interrupted after 15 sec, the softstarter can act in three different ways: 1 Continue without any action at all. 2 Stop and alarm after 15 sec. 3 Continue and alarm after 15 sec. Setting up the communication parameter must be made in local Keyboard control mode, menu 06=01, see AS6 instruction manual 7.2.

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5.5

Selection of control sources

Setting up the control mode has to be done from the local AS6 keyboard.

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3
Default: Range: 2 1, 2, 3

Selection of control mode

This parameter will select the control mode (source). 1 Keyboard control. 2 Remote input control. 3 Serial communication fieldbus control.

In all control modes it is possible to readout all the bit map (see 5.7.1) information in the softstarter via serial communication. See also 7.2 Overview of softstarter operation and parameter set-up in the AS6 Instruction manual.

5.6

Using serial comm. with Fieldbus

The source from where operation and parameter settings are made is selected in the Control Mode parameter menu 006. When serial communication control mode (menu 006=03) is selected, it is possible to: - Operate the softstarter only via serial comm. - Set-up parameters only via serial comm. - Readout all bitmap information (see 8.7.1). - Set-up the control mode parameter from local AS6 keyboard, but not via serial comm. - View all parameters and open the menu expansions from local AS6 keyboard.

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5.7

Using serial communication with RS-232 Modbus RTU

The source from where operation and parameter settings are made is selected in the Control Mode parameter menu 006. When serial communication control mode (menu 006=3) is selected, it is possible to: - Operate the softstarter only via serial comm. - Set-up parameters only via serial comm. - Readout all view information and all parameters. - Set-up the control mode parameter from local AS6 keyboard, but not via serail comm. - Inspect all parameters and open the menu expansions from local AS6 keyboard.

5.8

Map

5.8.1 Definitions This is the definitions of bits and bytes.

Fig. 6

Bytes.

Explanation: 0 ->1 = 1 ->0 = 1 0 = =

edge trigged function, the switch from low to high activates the function once. edge trigged function, the switch from high to low activates the function once. level trigged function which is active level trigged function which is not active

LSB (Least significant bit) has the lowest number for each function. For example: Parameter set = 1; pin 4 = 1, pin 5 = 0, pin 6 = 0

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5.8.2 Request
Table 13 Map of input pins to the AS6 BIT Input to AS6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Jog Forward Jog Reverse Run / Stop Alarm Reset Auto Set Parameter Set Setting Run = 0 -> 1, Stop = 1 -> 0 Reset = 0 ->1 Auto set =0->1 BIT 543 Par set 0 = 0 0 0 Par set 1 = 0 0 1 Par set 2 = 0 1 0 Par set 3 = 0 1 1 Par set 4 = 1 0 0 Off = 0 On = 1 Off = 0 On = 1 Sets power limits for load monitor referring to actual load. New Autoset level is set, when output pin 14 chnage to 1. When output pin 14 is set to 0. Par set 0 =Parameter set selected via terminal 16 & 17. See AS6 manual Comment AS6 Manual reference

See AS6 manual

Only possible to use JOG function when softstarter is stopped Only possible to use JOG function when softstarter is stopped

When using JOG function be sure not to overheat motor due to the decreased cooling. see MSF manual. Menu 103 &104 must be on.

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BIT12 11 10 9 1=0 0 0 0 2=0 0 0 1 3= 0 0 0 1 4=0 0 1 0 5=0 0 1 0 View 6=0 0 1 1 value 7=0 0 1 1 selection 8 = 0 1 0 0 9=0 1 0 0 12 10=0 1 0 1 11=0 1 0 1 12=0 1 1 0 13=0 1 1 0 14=0 1 1 1 Full Off = 0 13 Voltage On = 1 Start 14 Not used 1531 Not used

8 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0

1=Current, menu 201 2=Line main voltage, menu 202 3=Output shaft power, menu 203 4=Power factor, menu 204 5=Shaft torque, menu 207 6=Current phase L1, menu 211 7=Current phase L2, menu 212 8=Current phase L3, menu 213 9=Line main voltage L1-L2, menu 214 10=Line main voltage L1-L3, menu 215 11=Line main voltage L2-L3, menu 216 12=Used thermal capacity, menu 073 13=Phase sequence, menu 87 14=Input power Direct on line start (DOL)

Will not affect selected value for analogue output (terminal 19) see AS6 manual

See AS6 manual

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5.8.3 Response
Table 14 Map of output pins from the AS6

Pin
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Output from AS6


Running/ Stopped Max prealarm status Min prealarm status Actual Parameter Set Operation mode

Setting
Running = 1, Stopped = 0 Pre-alarm = 1 no pre-alarm =0 Pre-alarm = 1 no pre-alarm=0 BIT 5 4 3 Par set 1 = 0 0 1 Par set 2 = 0 1 0 Par set 3 = 0 1 1 Par set 4 = 1 0 0 BIT 8 7 6 1= 0 0 1 2= 0 1 0 3= 0 1 1 4= 1 0 0 5= 1 0 1 6= 1 1 0 7= 1 1 1 BIT 12 11 10 9 1= 0 0 0 1 2= 0 0 1 0 3= 0 0 1 1 4= 0 1 0 0 5= 0 1 0 1 6= 0 1 1 0 7= 0 1 1 1 8= 1 0 0 0 9= 1 0 0 1 10 = 1 0 1 0 11 = 1 0 1 1 Serial comm. not active=0 Serial comm. active=1 Ready for new Autoset=0 New Autoset level OK=1

Comment

AS6 Manual reference

See AS6 manual See AS6 manual See AS6 manual

9 Operation 10 status 11

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1 = Voltage control 2 = Torque control 3 = Current limit control 4 = Ramp with current limit 5 = Pump application 6 = Analogue input voltage control 7 = Direct On Line star 1 = Stopped 2 = Stopped with alarm condition 3 = Run with alarm condition 4 = Run acceleration 5 = Run full voltage 6 = Run deceleration 7 = Run bypassed 8 = Run power factor control 9 = Run DC brake 10 = Run at slow speed forward 11 = Run at slow speed reverse 12= Jog forward 13= Jog reverse

See AS6 manual

13 Control mode 14 Autset status

The Autoset status switch to low when input pin 2 is low.

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Table 14 Map of output pins from the AS6

Pin

Output from AS6

Setting
BIT 1918171615 0= 0 0 0 0 0 F1 = 0 0 0 0 1 F2 = 0 0 0 1 0 F3= 0 0 0 1 1 F4 = 0 0 1 0 0 F5 = 0 0 1 0 1 F6 = 0 0 1 1 0 F7 = 0 0 1 1 1 F8 = 0 1 0 0 0 F9 = 0 1 0 0 1 F10=0 1 0 1 0 F11=0 1 0 1 1 F12=0 1 1 0 0 F13=0 1 1 0 1 F14=0 1 1 1 0 F15=0 1 1 1 1 F16=1 0 0 0 0

Comment
0 = No alarm F1 = Phase input failure F2 = Motor protection F3 = Softstarter overheated F4 = Current limit timeout F5 = Locked rotor F6 = Above max power limit F7 = Below min alarm F8 = Voltage unbalance F9 = Over voltage F10 = Under voltage F11 = Starts / hour exceeded F12 = Shorted thyristor F13 = Open thyristor F14 = Motor terminal open F15 = Serial com. broken F16 = Phase reversal alarm FULL RANGE 1 = Current, 5 X In [A], In set in menu 42 2= Line main 1,5 X Un[V],Un set voltage, in menu 41 3= Output shaft 1,5 X Pn [KW], power, set in menu 43 4= Power factor, 1.0 5= Shaft torque, 2,5 x Tn 6= Current phase 5 X In [A], In set L1, in menu 42 7= Current phase 5 X In [A], In set L2, in menu 42 8= Current phase 5 X In [A], In set L3, in menu 42 9= Line main 1,5 X Un[V],Un voltage L1-L2 set in menu 41 10= Line main 1,5 X Un [V], Un voltage L1-L3 set in menu 41 11= Line main 1,5 X Un [V], Un voltage L2-L3 set in menu 41 12=Used thermal 150 % capacity, 13=Phase seq., 1=123,2=321 14=Input power, 1,5 X Pn [KW], Pn set in menu 43

AS6 Manual reference


See AS6 manual

15 Alarm 16 status 17 18

19

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 View value View value between 0 - 4000 30

Pn Tn= --------------------(Nn*2*pi)/60 Nn [rpm], set value in menu 44

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5.9

Getting started - simple communication example

To obtain a connection to the AS6 softstarter follow Quick Setup in chapter 1. page 5 step by step. This example shows how to select a Parameter Set, select current as view value and to make a start. - Set all Pins In AS6 to 0. - Set Pin 4=1 to select Parameter Set 2. - Set Pin 8=1 to select Current as view value. - Set Pin 0=1 to make a start. The Bit Map in to AS6 is now complete. If everything went ok in the softstarter, the response in Pins Out AS6 will be as follows; - Pin 0=1 Softstarter is running - Pin 1-2=0, No Pre-alarms - Pin 3=0, Pin 4=1, Pin 5=0, Actual Parameter Set is 2. - Pin 6=1, Pin 7-8=0, Default voltage control mode. - Pin 9=1, Pin 10=0, Pin 11=1, Pin 12=0, Run acceleration. - Pin 13=1, Serial comm. control mode. - Pin 14=0, No Auto Set. - Pin 15-19=0, No alarm. - Pin 20-31=0,0,0 0,0,0,0,1,0,0=640, if nominal current is 17A the actual current is 640/4000x5x17=13.6A

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