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SIMATIC
ET 200SP HA
Input/output module AI-DI 16/
DQ16x24VDC HART HA
(6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1)
Manual
05/2017
A5E39294170-AA
Security information
Product overview
Wiring
Parameters
Displays and interrupts
HART function
Technical specifications
Drivers, parameters,
diagnostics messages and
address space
HART operating data records
Analog value display
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  • Page 1 Security information Product overview Wiring SIMATIC Parameters ET 200SP HA Input/output module AI-DI 16/ Displays and interrupts DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) HART function Manual Technical specifications Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space HART operating data records Analog value display 05/2017 A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Security information............................5 Product overview............................7 Properties of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA..........7 Wiring.................................11 Pin assignment of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA........11 Schematic circuit diagram......................15 Parameters..............................17 Configurations of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA........17 Module/channel parameters....................18 Explanation of the module/channel parameters..............23 Explanation of the digital output parameters................24...
  • Page 4 Table of contents Address space in mixed mode ....................74 HART operating data records........................79 HART command interface......................79 HART job and response data records..................81 HART directory........................87 HART feature data.........................88 HART variable data record.....................89 HART-specific settings......................90 Analog value display...........................93 Representation of analog values in the current measuring ranges........93 Index................................95 Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 5: Security Information

    In order to protect plants, systems, machines and networks against cyber threats, it is necessary to implement – and continuously maintain – a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Siemens’ products and solutions only form one element of such a concept. Customer is responsible to prevent unauthorized access to its plants, systems, machines and networks.
  • Page 6 Security information Conventions Please also observe notes marked as follows: Note A note contains important information on the product described in the documentation, on the handling of the product and on the section of the documentation to which particular attention should be paid.
  • Page 7: Product Overview

    Product overview Properties of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA View of the module A I- D I/ D Q 16 /1 6x 24 VD C HA RT DI AG M T 1 I.0 + 3 I.2 + I.1 + 5 I.4 + I.3 + 7 I.6 +...
  • Page 8 Product overview 2.1 Properties of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA The functions of the I/O module and its system integration differ depending on the configuration. You can use the following versions of the I/O module: ● Version 1: DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HA in digital-only mode ●...
  • Page 9 Product overview 2.1 Properties of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA The I/O module supports the following functions: ● Firmware update ● I&M identification data ● Parameter reassignment in RUN ● Value status QI ● IO redundancy ● HART communication (rev. 5 to rev. 7) in mixed mode ●...
  • Page 10 Product overview 2.1 Properties of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 11: Wiring

    Wiring Pin assignment of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA Terminal blocks You can operate the I/O module with the following terminal blocks: ● 6DL1193-6TP00-0DH1, light ● 6DL1193-6TP00-0BH1, dark ● 6DL1193-6TP00-0DM1, light, for redundant configuration ● 6DL1193-6TP00-0BM1, dark, for redundant configuration The terminal block is not included in the scope of delivery for the module and has to be ordered separately Note...
  • Page 12 Wiring 3.1 Pin assignment of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA General pin assignment Table 3-1 Pin assignment of the AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA Terminal assignment Terminal assignment Explanations + / DI + / DI Terminal 1 to 16: + / DI + / DI +: Analog input signal "+", channel n...
  • Page 13 Wiring 3.1 Pin assignment of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA The figure below shows the wiring of a digital input, using the example of channel 0: Digital driver Backplane bus 3200 Ω Input electronics You can also connect a digital sensor with sensor supply over the corresponding output terminal DQ ;...
  • Page 14 Wiring 3.1 Pin assignment of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA The figure below shows the non-isolated terminal of a 4-wire transducer, using the example of channel 0: Digital driver HART Backplane bus 250 Ω You can also power the 4-wire transducer over the corresponding output terminal DQ ;...
  • Page 15: Schematic Circuit Diagram

    Wiring 3.2 Schematic circuit diagram Schematic circuit diagram Below is a schematic circuit diagram of the AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA. Redundancy coupling DIAG Output / DQ driver HART Digital acquisition + / DI 3 kΩ Channel 0 Output / DQ driver HART Digital...
  • Page 16 Wiring 3.2 Schematic circuit diagram Digital outputs/sensor supply DQ/U Depending on the parameter assignment, either the digital outputs or the sensor supplies of the module are implemented by channel over the DQ terminals. When the I/O module is configured in mixed mode, the outputs can be used as the sensor supply.
  • Page 17: Parameters

    Parameters Configurations of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA Configuring You configure the I/O module with PCS 7 V9.0 or higher. Configuration options The following configurations with value status are possible: ● Digital-only mode, if needed, with time stamp (accuracy 1 ms) ●...
  • Page 18: Module/channel Parameters

    Parameters 4.2 Module/channel parameters Module/channel parameters Parameters in digital-only mode The following settings are available when the I/O module is configured in digital-only mode: Parameters Value range Default Parameter Efficiency reassign‐ range ment in RUN Diagnostics, Enabled Module ● Enabled Missing supply voltage L+ ●...
  • Page 19 Parameters 4.2 Module/channel parameters Parameters Value range Default Parameter Efficiency reassign‐ range ment in RUN Diagnostics encoder supply ● Enabled Disabled Channel ● Disabled Hardware interrupt, rising edge Disabled Channel ● Enabled ● Disabled Hardware interrupt, falling edge Disabled Channel ●...
  • Page 20 Parameters 4.2 Module/channel parameters Parameter Value range Default Parame‐ Efficiency range ter reas‐ signment in RUN Reaction to CPU STOP Switch off Channel ● Switch off ● Keep last value ● Output substitute value Substitute value Channel ● 0 ● 1 Parameters of the digital inputs Channel mode DI Disabled...
  • Page 21 Parameters 4.2 Module/channel parameters Parameter Value range Default Parame‐ Efficiency range ter reas‐ signment in RUN Measuring range 4 to 20 mA HART Channel ● 0 to 10 mA ● 0 to 20 mA ● 4 to 20 mA ● 4 to 20 mA HART There is no underrange in the ranges 0 to 10 mA or 0 to 20 mA i.e.
  • Page 22 Parameters 4.2 Module/channel parameters Parameter Value range Default Parame‐ Efficiency range ter reas‐ signment in RUN High limit 1/2 Value 20 mA Channel Low limit 1/2 Value 4 mA at 4 to 20 mA Channel 1 μA at 0 to 10 mA and 0 to 20 mA If you use simple sensor contacts, you will need to connect a resistor in parallel to allow wire break diagnostics when the contacts are open (sensor resistance for wire break diagnostics: 15 kΩ...
  • Page 23: Explanation Of The Module/channel Parameters

    Parameters 4.3 Explanation of the module/channel parameters Explanation of the module/channel parameters Diagnostics, Missing supply voltage L+ Enabling of the diagnostics for missing or insufficient supply voltage L+. IO redundancy You can configure two identical modules redundantly. To do so, plug both modules into a redundant terminal block side by side.
  • Page 24: Explanation Of The Digital Output Parameters

    Parameters 4.4 Explanation of the digital output parameters Explanation of the digital output parameters Channel mode DO Specifies whether the digital output is to be enabled, disabled or operated as a sensor supply for the corresponding input. If the output is operated as a sensor supply for the corresponding input, the output is no longer available as a digital output.
  • Page 25: Explanation Of The Digital Input Parameters

    Parameters 4.5 Explanation of the digital input parameters Explanation of the digital input parameters Channel mode DI Specifies whether the digital input is enabled or disabled. When the digital input is enabled, the input can no longer be set as an analog input. The corresponding analog input must be disabled.
  • Page 26 Parameters 4.5 Explanation of the digital input parameters Principle of pulse stretching The figure below provides example to illustrate whether or not and how input pulses are changed. Figure 4-1 Principle of pulse stretching Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 27: Explanation Of The Analog Input Parameters

    Parameters 4.6 Explanation of the analog input parameters Explanation of the analog input parameters Measurement type/measuring range The I/O module supports the following measuring ranges: Measurement type Measuring range Trigger with interference frequency suppression 10 Hz 50 Hz 60 Hz Disabled Current (2-wire transducer) 0 to 10 mA...
  • Page 28 Parameters 4.6 Explanation of the analog input parameters Diagnostics underflow Enabling of the diagnostics when the measured value falls below the underrange. Diagnostics HART Enables diagnostics for HART frame-specific monitoring and the status information provided by the connected field device in a HART frame (HART device status). HART diagnoses are output as maintenance events.
  • Page 29 Parameters 4.6 Explanation of the analog input parameters ① No smoothing (k = 1) ② Weak (k = 4) ③ Medium (k = 8) ④ Strong (k = 16) Figure 4-2 Smoothing of the analog value Interference frequency suppression Suppresses the interference that is caused by the frequency of the alternating voltage network used.
  • Page 30: Hart Mapping Parameters

    Parameters 4.7 HART mapping parameters HART mapping parameters A maximum of 8 HART variables can be configured (mapped) to the address space of the I/O module with the HART mapping parameters. If you want to use a maximum of 8 HART variables in the input area of the I/O module, configure these parameters in the properties dialog of the I/O module.
  • Page 31: Displays And Interrupts

    Displays and interrupts Status and error displays of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA LED displays The following figure shows the status and fault displays of the I/O module. AI-DI/DQ 16xI-24VDC/16x24VDC HART DIAG MT 1 I.0+ I.1+ 3 I.2+ I.3+ 5 I.4+ I.5+...
  • Page 32 Displays and interrupts 5.1 Status and error displays of the I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA DIAG LED Table 5-1 Diagnostics display of the DIAG LED DIAG LED Meaning The power supply of the ET 200SP HA is disrupted or switched off. Module is not configured.
  • Page 33: Interrupts

    Displays and interrupts 5.2 Interrupts Interrupts The I/O module supports diagnostic interrupts and hardware interrupts. You can find additional information on hardware interrupts in the appendix Hardware interrupts (Page 70) Diagnostics interrupts Diagnostics interrupts are used by the I/O module to output both diagnostic messages and maintenance events;...
  • Page 34 Displays and interrupts 5.2 Interrupts Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 35: Hart Function

    HART function The HART function is available in the following conditions: ● The I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA is configured in mixed mode. ● The relevant channel is configured as an analog input. Definition "HART" stands for "Highway Addressable Remote Transducer". Using the HART function, you can exchange data between the I/O module and the connected field devices.
  • Page 36: How Hart Works

    HART function 6.1 How HART works How HART works Introduction The HART protocol describes the physical form of the transfer: transfer procedures, message structure, data formats and commands. HART signal The figure below shows the analog signal with the modulated HART signal (FSK method), which consists of sine waves of 1200 Hz and 2200 Hz and has a mean value of 0.
  • Page 37 HART function 6.1 How HART works When HART mode is enabled, the AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA sends HART commands to the connected field devices on its own. For each channel, commands are always sent time about with any pending external HART commands that are received over the command interface of the module, see HART command interface (Page 79).
  • Page 38 HART function 6.1 How HART works Table 6-2 Examples of common practice commands Command Function Sets high range limit Sets low range limit Perform self-test Sets the primary variable to zero Structure of the HART protocol Each HART frame sent from the AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA to the connected field device (job frame) and each HART frame (response frame) received by the field device has the following basic structure: PREAMBLE...
  • Page 39 HART function 6.1 How HART works Structure of HART device status (1st and 2nd status bytes) Table 6-3 1st status byte When bit 7 = 1: "Communication error" Bit 6 = 1 Parity error Bit 5 = 1 Overflow Bit 4 = 1 Frame error (framing) Bit 3 = 1 Checksum error...
  • Page 40: Hart Applications

    HART function 6.2 HART applications HART applications System environment for the use of HART To use an intelligent field device with HART functionality, you require the following system environment: ● 4 to 20 mA current loop ● Connecting measuring transmitters to the I/O module HART parameter assignment tool "Client": You can assign the HART parameters using an external handheld operating device (HART Handheld) or a HART configuration tool (PDM).
  • Page 41 HART function 6.2 HART applications Error management The two HART status bytes (HART device status) that are transferred with each field device response contain error statements about HART communication, HART commands and the device status. These statements are evaluated by the I/O module and provided in the system in maintenance messages.
  • Page 42: Hart Variables

    HART function 6.3 HART variables HART variables Introduction Numerous HART field devices make available additional measured quantities (e.g. sensor temperature). A maximum of four HART variables supported by the connected field device are read cyclically for each channel with enabled HART functionality. The HART variables are read automatically via the HART command 3 (for field devices with HART Rev.
  • Page 43 HART function 6.3 HART variables When HART mode is enabled, the module cyclically reads the variables provided by the connected field devices itself. Configuration of multiHART ranges You can use one or 4 multiHART ranges with the module. Select whether or not to use multiHART ranges in the properties dialog of the I/O module.
  • Page 44 HART function 6.3 HART variables Quality code Meaning (process status) Response code RC16: Access restric‐ Request from field device refused Communication error or HART variable not present in the field device Initialization value from analog module After module start-up, after incorrect opera‐ tion of the multiHART interface or after re‐...
  • Page 45: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Technical specifications of the AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA Article number 6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1 General information Product type designation AI-DI 16/DQ 16x24VDC HART HA HW functional status FS01 Firmware version V1.0 ● FW update possible Usable terminal block TB type H1 and M1 Color code for module-specific color identifica‐...
  • Page 46 Technical specifications Article number 6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1 Encoder supply Number of outputs Output voltage encoder supply, min. 18.2 V Short-circuit protection Yes; per channel, electronic 24 V encoder supply ● 24 V ● Short-circuit protection Yes; Electronic (response threshold 0.7 A to 1.5 A) Power loss Power loss, typ.
  • Page 47 Technical specifications Article number 6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1 for standard inputs Yes; 0.05 / 0.1 / 0.4 / 0.8 / 1.6 / 3.2 / 12.8 / 20 ms – parameterizable (in each case + delay of 30 to 500 µs, depending on line length) Cable length 1 000 m ●...
  • Page 48 Technical specifications Article number 6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1 Number of analog inputs permissible input current for current input (de‐ 30 mA struction limit), max. Input ranges (rated values), currents Yes; 16 bit incl. sign ● 0 to 20 mA ● Input resistance (0 to 20 mA) 250 Ω...
  • Page 49 Technical specifications Article number 6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1 ● Monitoring the supply voltage ● Wire-break Yes; channel by channel Yes; Encoder supply to M, channel by channel ● Short-circuit to M ● Group error ● Overflow/underflow Yes; channel by channel Diagnostics indication LED Yes;...
  • Page 50 Technical specifications Note When the encoder supply U from the module (terminal 17...32) is used, the following derating must be observed: Horizontal mounting position: Up to 70°C for up to 12 channels when using the digital outputs / encoder supplies (total current of outputs 300 mA) Up to 70°C for 16 channels without using the digital outputs / encoder supplies Up to 65°C for 16 channels when using the digital outputs / encoder supplies (total current of...
  • Page 51 Technical specifications Digital mode Cycle time of ongoing operation 500 μs with time stamping 1 ms (62.5 μs for the time stamp) Minimum pulse length For a pulse or an edge transition to be reliably detected by the I/O module or the partner module (at IO redundancy failover), the signal status must be active for at least the time period of the minimum pulse length.
  • Page 52 Technical specifications Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 53: Drivers, Parameters, Diagnostics Messages And Address Space

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space Concept of the driver and diagnostics blocks Use outside the PCS 7 environment The following information of the appendix relates to the use of the ET 200SP HA outside the PCS 7 environment. If you do not plan to operate outside the PCS 7 environment, you do not need the information in the appendix.
  • Page 54 A.1 Concept of the driver and diagnostics blocks This block concept supports all modules from the list of approved modules. When new Siemens or non-Siemens module types are integrated, the meta-knowledge for the driver generator can be extended by additional XML files (object and action lists).
  • Page 55: Parameter Assignment

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.2 Parameter assignment Parameter assignment Parameter assignment in the user program You can reconfigure individual channels of the module and HART variable mapping in RUN without this affecting the other channels. In mixed mode, you can for example reconfigure individual input channels in RUN from digital inputs to analog inputs without this affecting other channels.
  • Page 56 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.2 Parameter assignment Error_ Error_ Cause Solution Code_ Code_ 0xE1 0x01 Reserved bit set Check and correct the parameters 0xE1 0x02 Invalid diagnostics enable bit set for operating mode 0xE1 0x03 Invalid hardware interrupt enable bit set for operating mode 0xE1 0x04...
  • Page 57: A.3 Parameter Assignment And Structure Of The Module And Channel Parameters

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.3 Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Structure of data record 128 Data record 128 has a length of ●...
  • Page 58 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.3 Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Parameter structure in mixed mode Figure A-2 Structure of data record 128, mixed mode Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 59 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.3 Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Header information and module parameters The following figure shows the structure of the header information and module parameters. Figure A-3 Header information and module parameters, data record 128 Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 60 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.3 Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Channel parameters The channel parameters of each channel parameter block are subdivided into channel parameters for the digital output, channel parameters for the digital input and channel parameters for the analog input including HART.
  • Page 61 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.3 Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Channel parameters of the digital input In mixed mode, the digital input can only be enabled if the corresponding analog input is disabled. Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 62 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.3 Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Channel parameters of the analog input The channel parameters for the analog input are only available if the I/O module is configured in mixed mode.
  • Page 63 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.3 Parameter assignment and structure of the module and channel parameters Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 64: Parameter Assignment And Structure Of Hart Mapping Parameters Ds 130

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.4 Parameter assignment and structure of HART mapping parameters DS 130 Parameter assignment and structure of HART mapping parameters DS 130 Structure of data record 130 Data record 130 has a total length of 20 bytes. Using the parameters of data record 130, you can configure/map up to 8 HART variables of the individual channels to the input address space of the module provided configuration with HART variables is selected in the input area;...
  • Page 65 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.4 Parameter assignment and structure of HART mapping parameters DS 130 The variable identifier 15 = non / CiR with the I/O module results in no HART variables being configured or mapped; that is, the corresponding memory area in the input address area remains unallocated.
  • Page 66: Diagnostics Messages And Maintenance Events

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.5 Diagnostics messages and maintenance events Diagnostics messages and maintenance events Diagnostics messages A diagnostics message is generated for every fault identified. The DIAG LED on the module flashes. The diagnostic messages can be read out from the diagnostic buffer of the CPU, for example. Diagnostics messages are either assigned on a channel-specific basis to an input or output, or assigned to the inputs as module messages affecting all inputs and outputs.
  • Page 67 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.5 Diagnostics messages and maintenance events Diagnostics mes‐ Error Assignment Meaning / Cause Solution sage code Hardware inter‐ Module Error is reported because the events occur rupt lost faster than they can be processed in the system.
  • Page 68 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.5 Diagnostics messages and maintenance events Maintenance messages have no direct effect on the function of the module, of the digital inputs/ outputs or of analog value acquisition. Maintenance events of the HART communication do not affect the analog value acquisition of the module.
  • Page 69 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.5 Diagnostics messages and maintenance events Maintenance Error Assignment Meaning / Cause Solution message code HART additional Analog input In the HART device status (in the 2nd status Read out status with HART status information byte), the HART field device identifier for command 48 and clear error/...
  • Page 70: Hardware Interrupts

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.6 Hardware interrupts Hardware interrupts Hardware interrupts The I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA can trigger hardware interrupts for both digital input signal changes and analog input signal limit transitions. Interrupt OBs are called automatically if an interrupt occurs. You can find detailed information on the event in the hardware interrupt organization block with the "RALRM"...
  • Page 71 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.6 Hardware interrupts Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 72: Address Space In Digital Mode

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.7 Address space in digital mode Address space in digital mode Abbreviations ● "IB" stands for input byte, that is, the module start address in the input area ● "QB" stands for output byte, that is the module start address in the output area ●...
  • Page 73: Address Space In Digital Mode With Time Stamp (accuracy 1 Ms)

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.8 Address space in digital mode with time stamp (accuracy 1 ms) Address space in digital mode with time stamp (accuracy 1 ms) Abbreviations ● "IB" stands for input byte, that is, the module start address in the input area ●...
  • Page 74: Address Space In Mixed Mode

    Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.9 Address space in mixed mode Address space in mixed mode Abbreviations ● "IB" stands for input byte, that is, the module start address in the input area ● "QB" stands for output byte, that is the module start address in the output area ●...
  • Page 75 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.9 Address space in mixed mode With configuration in mixed mode with 8 HART variables in the input area, the area is 40 bytes long and always contains a fixed number of 8 HART variables, each with 4 bytes of value and one byte of quality code (QC).
  • Page 76 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.9 Address space in mixed mode EB x + HART range Acknowledgment multiHART range 3 Value HART variable Output range QB x + DQ15 DQ14 DQ13 DQ12 DQ11 DQ10 2… HART range The HART range is only available with configuration in mixed mode with 1 multiHART range or 4 multiHART ranges in the input/output area There is 1 byte of command for each multiHART range.
  • Page 77 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.9 Address space in mixed mode Value status of the digital outputs (QDQx) The value status is set to "good" when the process value is output. The value status is set to "bad" in the following cases: ●...
  • Page 78 Drivers, parameters, diagnostics messages and address space A.9 Address space in mixed mode The command byte identifies the requested HART variable (HART variable reference): HART variable reference Bit 0…3: Bit 4...7: Variable identifier Channel number 0...15 1 = Primary 2 = Secondary 3 = Tertiary 4 = Quaternary The command is acknowledged via the acknowledgment byte in the input range.
  • Page 79: Hart Operating Data Records

    HART operating data records HART command interface Data records The HART commands are sent over data records to the connected field device as "external HART jobs" from the client (e.g. PDM). The response of the field device is made available again in the system via data records.
  • Page 80 HART operating data records B.1 HART command interface a set SHC bit is detected for this channel, or if no further command is received for the channel within 2 seconds of the previous HART command. Reading/writing data in RUN HART operating data records are transferred to the module with the instruction "WRREC" and read by the module with the instruction "RDREC".
  • Page 81: Hart Job And Response Data Records

    HART operating data records B.2 HART job and response data records HART job and response data records HART commands are processed over a separate command interface with one job data record and one response data record each. Channel Data record number Request to the field device Response from the field device Structure of job data records 80, 82, 84, 86...110...
  • Page 82 HART operating data records B.2 HART job and response data records Structure of response data records 81, 83, 85, 87...111 In case of response error Byte Meaning Comment Response control HART group error display Protocol error 3…239 Response data according to HART specifica‐ Only present when "Response result"...
  • Page 83 HART operating data records B.2 HART job and response data records Bit number Meaning Explanation Reserved Always 0 4…7 HART protocol error during 0: Unspecified error response 1: HMD error 2: Channel fault 3: Command error 4: Query error 5: Response error 6: Query rejected 7: Profile query rejected 8: Manufacturer-specific query rejected...
  • Page 84 HART operating data records B.2 HART job and response data records HART proto‐ Meaning Explanation col error dur‐ ing response Response error Bit 0 = 1: GAP timeout Bit 1 = 1: Receive buffer overflow Bit 2 = 1: Timeout Bit 3 = 1: Checksum error Bit 4 = 1: Framing error Bit 5 = 1: Overflow error...
  • Page 85 HART operating data records B.2 HART job and response data records DONE :=M51.7 BUSY :=M51.0 ERROR :=M51.6 STATUS :=MD92 Block status or error information RECORD :=P#DB80.DBX0.0 BYTE 11 Source area in DB80 A M 51.0 SPB m2 Table B-1 DB80: Transparent message format Byte Initial value (hex) Comment (Hex)
  • Page 86 HART operating data records B.2 HART job and response data records You can learn when the response from the field device was received by cyclically reading data record DS81 for HART channel 0. The response is always supplied in transparent message format.
  • Page 87: Hart Directory

    HART operating data records B.3 HART directory HART directory Structure of the HART directory Byte Meaning Comment Profile Revision Number = 2, 0 (Revision 2.0) Index of Client Management = 255 (not relevant) Number of Clients Number of Channels = 16 Write Read Index Offset = 1 (The response to a job data record is made with the data record number of the...
  • Page 88: Hart Feature Data

    HART operating data records B.4 HART feature data HART feature data Structure of the HART feature data Byte Meaning Comment Byte 0 = 0x62 Bit 1 = 1: "Parameter check result is given with a read response" Bit 5 = 1: "Compact format is supported Byte 1 Max Length Da‐...
  • Page 89: Hart Variable Data Record

    HART operating data records B.5 HART variable data record HART variable data record The I/O module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA supports a maximum of 4 HART variables per channel when HART mode is enabled. Provided they are supported by the connected field device, these variables are ready cyclically.
  • Page 90: Hart-specific Settings

    HART operating data records B.6 HART-specific settings HART-specific settings HART communication is available through the standard parameter assignment (see 9.1 "Parameter assignment and structure of the channel/technology parameters"). You can specify additional HART-specific settings on a channel-specific basis using data records 131…146.
  • Page 91 HART operating data records B.6 HART-specific settings Structure of the HART-specific settings Figure B-1 Settings * When the number of HART preamble bytes = 0, the number of preamble bytes requested by the connected field device are used (at least 5). When the number of HART preamble bytes = 255, 20 preamble bytes are used for operation.
  • Page 92 HART operating data records B.6 HART-specific settings Input/output module AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA (6DL1133-6EW00-0PH1) Manual, 05/2017, A5E39294170-AA...
  • Page 93: Analog Value Display

    Analog value display Representation of analog values in the current measuring ranges Display/measuring range The following tables list the decimal and hexadecimal values (codes) of the possible current measuring ranges. Table C-1 Current measuring range 0 to 10 mA Values Current measuring range Range Dec.
  • Page 94 Analog value display C.1 Representation of analog values in the current measuring ranges Values Current measuring range Range 27648 6C00 20 mA Nominal range 20736 5100 16 mA 4 mA + 578.7 nA 4 mA FFFF Underrange -4864 ED00 1.185 mA -32768 8000 <...
  • Page 95: Index

    Index Address assignment, 42 Error management, 41 AI-DI 16/DQ16x24VDC HART HA Accessories, 9 Channel parameters, 18 Commissioning, 41 Fast mode, 39 Configuration, 41 Feature data, 88 Configurations, 7 Field devices Functions, 9 Parameter reassignment, 41 Module parameters, 18 Parameters, 17, 18 Pin assignment, 12 Properties, 8 Schematic circuit diagram, 15...
  • Page 96 Index Module parameters, 18 MT LED, 32 Operating data records, 80 Output disable switch, 9 Parameter reassignment, 41 Parameters, 17, 18 Pin assignment, 12 PWR LED, 32 Quality code, 43 Revision 5, 43 Revision 7, 44 Request data record, 81 Response data record, 82 Reverse polarity, 15 Schematic circuit diagram, 15...

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