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  • Page 2 ___________________ Preface ___________________ Sign posts ___________________ Automatic door controllers System overview ___________________ SIDOOR functions SIDOOR ATD4xxW Door Controller for ___________________ Industrial Applications Controllers ___________________ Geared motors System Manual ___________________ Power supply ___________________ SIDOOR Service Tool ___________________ Configuration and programming in STEP 7 ___________________ Connecting and commissioning...
  • Page 3 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 4: Preface

    1.03. Note You will find the current firmware versions for SIDOOR ATD4xxW control gear at Industry Online Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/50247080/133100). Figures The illustrations in this system manual show the SIDOOR User Software Version 1.2 and the SIDOOR command device. The illustrations for other versions may differ slightly.
  • Page 5 – and continuously maintain – a comprehensive, 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: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Preface ..............................4 Sign posts ............................. 12 System overview ........................... 14 SIDOOR Door Control Systems ..................... 14 System configuration and area of application ................ 16 Products ..........................18 2.3.1 Controllers ..........................18 2.3.2 Geared motors ........................19 2.3.3 Power supply ..........................
  • Page 7 Table of contents Extended functions ......................... 62 3.3.1 ImpulseDrive ........................... 62 3.3.2 Automatic ImpulseDrive ......................64 3.3.3 ImpulseStop ..........................65 3.3.4 Automatic ImpulseStop ......................66 3.3.5 AssistedDrive .......................... 67 3.3.6 Automatic AssistedDrive ......................69 3.3.7 Positioning mode ........................70 3.3.8 Obstruction detection ......................
  • Page 8 Table of contents Controllers ............................103 Description of controller ....................... 103 Installing the control unit ...................... 104 Wiring instructions ........................ 107 Connecting terminals ......................108 4.4.1 Digital input signals ......................108 4.4.2 Voltage output ........................111 Relay and fieldbus interfaces ....................112 4.5.1 Relay module ........................
  • Page 9 Table of contents Geared motors ............................ 189 Description ..........................189 Installation ..........................190 Connecting terminals ......................195 5.3.1 Conductor assignment of the motor plug ................195 Technical specifications ......................196 5.4.1 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR M3 with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket ........................
  • Page 10 Table of contents SIDOOR Service Tool .......................... 243 Description ........................... 243 Connection ........................... 243 Operation ..........................244 Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool ............... 246 Technical specifications ....................... 253 Configuration and programming in STEP 7 ..................254 PROFINET integration via GSD file ..................254 PROFIBUS integration via GSD file ..................
  • Page 11 Table of contents Appendices ............................276 Structure of user data/process data ..................276 A.1.1 Parameter interface ......................277 A.1.1.1 Parameter ID (PKE) ......................278 A.1.1.2 Parameter index (IND) ......................281 A.1.1.3 Parameter value (PWE) ......................283 A.1.1.4 Parameter ID ......................... 284 A.1.1.5 Parameter description (PBE) ....................
  • Page 12: Sign Posts

    ● Where you can get more information about the devices Documentation download This documentation is available for download free-of-charge on the Internet: (http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support) Changes and additions to the manuals are documented in a product information file. "mySupport" documentation In the Documentation area in "mySupport" you can combine entire manuals or only parts of these to your own manual.
  • Page 13 Solutions are shown in interplay with multiple components in the system - separated from the focus on individual products. You can find Applications & Tools on the Internet (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/18286/ae) ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 14: System Overview

    System overview SIDOOR Door Control Systems What is SIDOOR? The SIDOOR product series is a door control system mainly for operation of sliding doors as well as lifting and roller doors. SIDOOR door drives are drives for doors and gates in various areas of application.
  • Page 15 System overview 2.1 SIDOOR Door Control Systems Customer benefits ● The controllers are optimally configured for their areas of application. With SIDOOR, doors are always checked and controlled in an application-specific manner. ● Our intelligent system solution calculates the optimal drive characteristics for a door automatically, and ensures that these are continuously maintained –...
  • Page 16: System Configuration And Area Of Application

    System overview 2.2 System configuration and area of application System configuration and area of application Overview of system configuration The graphic uses an example of a machine protection door to illustrate the general configuration of automatic door control with the SIDOOR system including additional components, such as a power supply and drive.
  • Page 17 PROFIBUS DP and USS are currently specified as fieldbuses. The PROFIdrive "variable- speed drives" profile is generally used as the higher-level device profile. ● SIDOOR ATD401W The "offline" relay variant can be used for simple automation tasks. As there is no possibility of interfacing to a bus, it provides a limited scope of functions.
  • Page 18: Products

    Controllers for industrial applications The following table provides an overview of the control units for doors in industrial applications. Controller Article No. Description SIDOOR ATD401W 6FB1141-1AT11-3WE2 Relay module SIDOOR ATD410W 6FB1141-4AT10-3WE2 USS bus interface to the higher-level controller (USS module)
  • Page 19: Geared Motors

    System overview 2.3 Products 2.3.2 Geared motors Geared motors form the maintenance-free drive unit in the door drive. The geared motors feature DC motors with non-self-locking gearing and are speed-controlled. The set force and speed limits are not exceeded. Power is transmitted to the door with a gear rack or chain. Toothed belts or chains pass over a deflector pulley, and can be fitted with 2 clutch holders.
  • Page 20: Power Supply

    System overview 2.3 Products Geared motor Article No. Description SIDOOR M5 R 6FB1103-0AT11-3MD0 Geared motor, pinon right, max. 600 kg door weight • Cable length 1.5 m • SIDOOR MDG700 NMS R 6FB1103-0AT13-3MG1 Geared motor, without pinion, max. 700 kg door weight •...
  • Page 21: Accessories

    System overview 2.3 Products 2.3.4 Accessories Accessories Article No. Description SIDOOR rubber-metal anti- 6FB1104-0AT01-0AD0 Rubber-metal anti-vibration mount for quiet operation of • vibration mount the door drive system Recommended for mounting geared motors • SIDOOR M4 R / L, MDG400 R / L, M5 R / L, MDG400 NMS R / L and MDG700 NMS R / L 6FB1104-0AT02-0AD0 Rubber-metal anti-vibration mount for quiet operation of...
  • Page 22 System overview 2.3 Products Accessories Article No. Description SIDOOR toothed belt 6FB1104-0AT01-0AB0 Single-toothed STS • Super Torque toothed belt • Length 4 m, width 12 mm. • 6FB1104-0AT02-0AB0 Single-toothed STS • Super Torque toothed belt • Length 45 m, width 12 mm. •...
  • Page 23 Cable for connecting the SIDOOR ATD430W controller to the higher-level SIMATIC controller DIN rail holder 6FB1144-0AT00-3AS0 DIN rail holder with fixing screws for SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers You will find more accessories in the Industry Mall (http://www.siemens.com/siplus/mall) ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 24: Optional Additional Units

    System overview 2.3 Products 2.3.5 Optional additional units Additional units meet a range of customer requirements in order to ensure the universal implementation and maintenance of the system. The additional units are easy to connect to a deenergized controller via the interfaces provided –...
  • Page 25: Software

    6FB1105-0AT01-6SW0 The package includes the following components: Installation CD (Software Kit) • – Sidoor User Software – Siemens HCS12 Firmware Loader – Sidoor USB to UART Bridge driver – License provisions – SIDOOR Software Kit Operating Instructions 1 x USB adapter •...
  • Page 26: Sidoor Functions

    SIDOOR functions Overview This section describes all the functions of the SIDOOR controllers. The functions are divided into: ● Basic functions: Functions that you always require to use a SIDOOR door controller. ● System functions: Functions that enable you to better monitoring and diagnose the system.
  • Page 27 SIDOOR functions SIDOOR ATD401W ATD410W/ATD4 20W/ Functions ATD430W System functions Restart after power failure (Page 51) ✓ ✓ Initial run/reference run (Power ON) (Page 52) ✓ ✓ Overload protection (Page 52) ✓ ✓ Vandalism protection/continuous door monitoring (Page 53) ✓ ✓...
  • Page 28 SIDOOR functions SIDOOR ATD401W ATD410W/ATD4 20W/ Functions ATD430W Safe input signals according to PLd Internal signal routing (Page 91) ✓ ✓ Redundant antivalent signal logic with discrepancy analysis (Page 92) — ✓ Frequency-based input signals (Page 93) — ✓ Two-hand operation (Page 94) —...
  • Page 29: Basic Functions

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Basic functions Introduction You will also need the basic functions described below to use a SIDOOR door controller. 3.1.1 Learn run Description of function The following system properties are determined and stored with a learn run: ●...
  • Page 30 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Mass determination WARNING Door weight determined with the learn run Depending on the mechanical coupling between the motor and door panel, the door weight determined during the learn run can differ from the actual door weight. For the motors M5 and MDG700NMS, the maximum possible mass is always preset for the learn run.
  • Page 31 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions For the motors SIDOOR MDG400NMS and MDG700NMS, the mass equivalent of the rotor inertia depends on the output ratio of the motor: MDG400NMS Transmission ratio Mass equivalent (mrot) 88 mm/rev 86 kg 90 mm/rev 82 kg 95 mm/rev 74 kg 100 mm/rev...
  • Page 32 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Figure 3-1 MDG400NMS MDG700NMS Transmission ratio Mass equivalent (mrot) 88 mm/rev 367 kg 90 mm/rev 351 kg 95 mm/rev 315 kg 100 mm/rev 284 kg 105 mm/rev 258 kg 110 mm/rev 235 kg 115 mm/rev 215 kg 120 mm/rev 197 kg...
  • Page 33 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions MDG700NMS 180 mm/rev 88 kg 185 mm/rev 83 kg 190 mm/rev 79 kg 195 mm/rev 75 kg 200 mm/rev 71 kg 205 mm/rev 68 kg 210 mm/rev 64 kg 220 mm/rev 59 kg 230 mm/rev 51 kg 240 mm/rev 49 kg...
  • Page 34 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Figure 3-2 MDG700NMS ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 35 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Types of learn run (via learn run button) Two types of learn run can be made if the learn run button is pressed as follows: ● When the line voltage is applied If the learn run button is operated directly when the line voltage is applied, the connected motor type is learned.
  • Page 36 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Starting a learn run via the learn run button You can start a learn run by pressing the learn run button (S401). Proceed as described in the section Operation using service buttons (Page 162). Interrupting the learn run Users can interrupt the learn run.
  • Page 37: Force Limit For Learn Run

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions 3.1.2 Force limit for learn run Description of function Force that is active during the learn run. The force limit is active in the closing and opening direction. The parameter depends on the existing output transmission. The force limit is set to the maximum value by default.
  • Page 38: Output Transmission

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions 3.1.3 Output transmission Description of function For the motors M4, MDG400, MDG400 NMS, M5 and MDG700 NMS, the output transmission must be configured. The output transmission describes the transformation of rotational into translational motion. Therefore: The distance [mm] that the door travels with one revolution [rev] of the transmission output shaft.
  • Page 39: Drive Orders

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions 3.1.4 Drive orders The drive is controlled by means of drive orders. A drive order is composed of the following: Drive order = door command + door command expansion bit Combinations The following table shows the combination of the door command and the door command expansion bit that lead to modification of the applicable door command.
  • Page 40 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Shutdown/deceleration functions In an unlimited system, the shutdown and deceleration functions are split into the following: "rapid stop", "ramp stop" and "coasting down". These definitions do not apply in a door system because these are to be considered as limited systems. Table 3- 4 Shutdown/deceleration functions in an unlimited system Function...
  • Page 41 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Sources of drive orders Drive order Description source Service button Activating a service button results an immediate switchover to the local mode (see Local/master opera- tion (Page 148)). The Deenergize drive order is active where no button is pressed. S401 (learn run) If S401 is pressed for approx.
  • Page 42 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Prioritization of door command sources Door commands can be issued via different sources. A higher-priority drive order overwrites a lower-priority drive order. The service interfaces generally have the highest priority because they are intended for commissioning and service purposes. Table 3- 6 Prioritization of door command sources Priority...
  • Page 43: Door Close (command Given Via Digital Inputs)

    Note As an alternative, the signal can also be evaluated via the PLC (process image). Connection SIDOOR ATD401W: The "CLOSE DOOR" function is connected to "Input 3" (X6). See also section Digital input signals (Page 108). For the door commands to be given via the digital inputs, "Main menu → General setup →...
  • Page 44: Door Open (command Given Via Digital Inputs)

    Note As an alternative, the signal can also be evaluated via the PLC (process image). Connection SIDOOR ATD401W: The "OPEN DOOR" function is connected to "Input 3" (X6). See also section Digital input signals (Page 108). For the door commands to be given via the digital inputs, "Main menu → General setup →...
  • Page 45: Stopping

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions 3.1.7 Stopping Function description See Table 3-5 SIDOOR door drive shutdown/deceleration functions (limited system) (Page 40). 3.1.8 Partial opening Description of function A second open position can be implemented using the "partial opening" drive function. A "partial opening"...
  • Page 46: Obstruction Detection Close

    The partial opening width can be configured via the driving parameters or the terminal Main menu > General setup > Special parameters > Partly open width module ( SIDOOR ATD401W The "Partial opening" function is connected to "Input 2" of terminal X6. See also Section Digital input signals (Page 108).
  • Page 47: Force And Energy Profiles (ndg Mode)

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions 3.1.11 Force and energy profiles (NDG mode) SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers support two individually parameterizable force and energy profiles. Parameter assignment You can configure the following parameters equally via the parameter interface, the service tool and the terminal. Table 3- 8 Force and energy profile parameter overview Normal operation...
  • Page 48: Slow Driving Curve Profile

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions 3.1.12 Slow driving curve profile SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers support a parameterizable, decelerated speed profile (slow profile), to which it is possible to switch over to flexibly. Parameter assignment You can configure the following parameters equally via the parameter interface, the service tool and the terminal.
  • Page 49: Dcops (door Closed/opened Position Sensor)

    SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions 3.1.13 DCOPS (door closed/opened position sensor) Description of function "DCOPS" stands for door closed/opened position sensor. A door closed/opened position sensor can consist of two end position sensors (closed/open). The DCOPS enables the door to travel immediately after the line voltage is switched on without an initialization run in normal operation.
  • Page 50 SIDOOR functions 3.1 Basic functions Connection and parameter assignment The DCOPS signal can be connected to SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers via "Input 1" of the terminal X6. See also Section Digital input signals (Page 108). Main menu > The connected signal must be activated via the SIDOOR Service Tool ( General setup >...
  • Page 51: System Functions

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions System functions Introduction The system functions described below enable better monitoring and diagnostics of the system. 3.2.1 Restart after power failure Description of function After a power failure, the controller has to redetermine the end positions of the door travel. To do this, the door travels at reduced speed (initial speed) until the controller has detected the OPEN and CLOSED end positions.
  • Page 52: Initial Run/reference Run (power On)

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions 3.2.2 Initial run/reference run (Power ON) Description of function After Power ON, the controller is in initial mode. Initial mode is necessary because there is no absolute value encoder. After Power ON, the controller must therefore verify the end stops that have been previously learned (= reference run).
  • Page 53: Vandalism Protection/continuous Door Monitoring

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions 3.2.4 Vandalism protection/continuous door monitoring Description of function The vandalism protection/continuous door monitoring function offers protection against undesired external system motion. If the motor is deenergized, the motor speed is monitored by the controller. If the maximum speed of 250 mm/s is exceeded, the controller actively decelerates the motor to 50 mm/s, and then switches the drive back to "deenergize".
  • Page 54: Belt Break Monitoring

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions 3.2.5 Belt break monitoring Description of function The function detects a torn belt. The detection is active in normal mode and initial mode. A torn belt is detected when the door movement exceeds the defined distance* (in the opening or closing direction).
  • Page 55: Friction Compensation

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions 3.2.6 Friction compensation Description of function The friction force profile of the door system is recorded with the current measuring device of the controller. The measurement data for both the opening and closing directions is recorded during the learn run.
  • Page 56: Oscillation Protection

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions 3.2.7 Oscillation protection The oscillation protection prevents permanent oscillation of the door at the end stop. End position "open" If the system is pressed out of the end position with the drive order "open" present, the system detects that the "open"...
  • Page 57: Automatic Energy Limitation

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions 3.2.8 Automatic energy limitation Description of function SIDOOR controllers have a system that automatically limits the kinetic energy in the closing direction. WARNING Risk of injury due to moving mechanical parts After the door drive has been commissioned in the complete system, arrange for the forces and energies to be checked by the service personnel, and adjusted if they exceed their limit values.
  • Page 58 SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions Speed limit curve (in opening and closing direction) The speed limit curve is the characteristic that determines the maximum permissible door speed (closing speed), v , as a function of the total door panel weight. According to Machinery Directive EN953, the maximum kinetic energy of the door in the closing direction must not exceed 10 joules.
  • Page 59 SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions Example from the following speed limit curve: ● Moved mass m = 180 kg => v = 0.21 m / s. Figure 3-4 Speed limit curve for WKIN=4J Adjustment ranges You can find the adjustment ranges in section Profiles and adjustment ranges (Page 299). Maximum speeds The following table shows the maximum speeds depending on moved weight and energy limit:...
  • Page 60: External Closing Force

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions Parameter assignment The determination of the values for the energy limit is performed using the following parameters: ● In closing direction: p1202 ● In opening direction: p1203 ● NDG mode: p1204 Parameter assignment is possible via the travel curve parameters or the terminal module. If one of the two energy limitation parameters is set to 0, the speed limitation is suppressed according to the kinetic energy.
  • Page 61: Cyclic Process Values Via Fieldbus

    SIDOOR functions 3.2 System functions 3.2.11 Cyclic process values via fieldbus As of firmware version V1.09, cyclic process values can be transferred via fieldbus USS, PROFIBUS or PROFINET to a higher-level controller using the technology status words TZW3, TZW4 and TZW5. The content of these technology status words can be configured with the parameters p4700, p4701 and p4702.
  • Page 62: Extended Functions

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions Extended functions Introduction You can use the advanced features described below to implement application-specific requirements. 3.3.1 ImpulseDrive Description of function The ImpulseDrive analysis process detects and evaluates external impulses applied to the door system (for example, slight force exerted on the door in the opening or closing direction).
  • Page 63 SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions Distance-based ImpulseDrive analysis The analysis is based on the increments of the motor encoder in relation to an internal reference value. This reference value is always specified when the door command is changed to "deenergize" within the "S4: Z_operation" system state (see Figure 4-4 Sequential control state graph (Page 149)) and the lead time (p1220) has expired.
  • Page 64: Automatic Impulsedrive

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.2 Automatic ImpulseDrive Function description The automatic ImpulseDrive system generates a drive order based on ImpulseDrive detection. If the ImpulseDrive analysis process detects an external impulse, the automatic ImpulseDrive system generates a drive order with a normal drive profile. Both ImpulseDrive detection output signals, IMPDRVVelo and IMPDRVIncr, are evaluated.
  • Page 65: Impulsestop

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.3 ImpulseStop Function description The ImpulseStop analysis process detects and analyzes external forces acting on the door system/drive system. In conjunction with the automatic ImpulseStop system (see Section Automatic ImpulseStop (Page 66)), a door can be stopped with a light tug against the direction of travel. The process signals when an external opposing force (force with an opposite direction vector to that of the door movement) acts on the door or the drive.
  • Page 66: Automatic Impulsestop

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.4 Automatic ImpulseStop Function description The automatic ImpulseStop system is an expansion of the automatic ImpulseDrive system. This means that all the properties, configurations and preconditions defined for it are also applicable here. The system can be activated by the "ImpulseStop" expansion bit (see Table A-17 DCMD expansion bits (Page 288)) in conjunction with automatic ImpulseDrive enabling (see Table A-16 DCMD signal (Page 287)).
  • Page 67: Assisteddrive

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.5 AssistedDrive Function description AssistedDrive is an analysis process that detects and analyzes external forces acting on the door or drive system. In conjunction with the automatic AssistedDrive system (see Section Automatic AssistedDrive (Page 69)), a door can be moved with motor assistance without the need for buttons or sensors.
  • Page 68 SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions Prerequisites for AssistedDrive AssistedDrive detection is only active during the following internal system states: ● Initial mode (closing, closed, opening and open) ● Normal mode (closing, partial closure, closed, opening, partial opening and open) ● Slow drive profile (DCMD – expansion bit "slow", see Table A-17 DCMD expansion bits (Page 288)) If the system switches into one of the three system states, the signal ASDrv is always set to active.
  • Page 69: Automatic Assisteddrive

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.6 Automatic AssistedDrive Function description The automatic AssistedDrive system is composed of both the ImpulseDrive and AssistedDrive detection systems. On the one hand, ImpulseDrive is used to generate a corresponding drive order with a normal drive profile. On the other hand, the drive order is canceled ("deenergized") with the aid of AssistedDrive.
  • Page 70: Positioning Mode

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.7 Positioning mode Positioning mode serves to absolutely position the drive. The positioning system calculates a travel profile for the optimum movement of the drive to the required target position on the basis of the travel curve parameters and the current distance from the target position. Positioning mode does not include any position control and operates with an accuracy of 1 cm.
  • Page 71: Obstruction Detection

    SIDOOR ATD401W controller. The factory-set obstruction behavior of SIDOOR ATD410W, ATD420W and ATD430W controllers is parameterizable. The factory-set obstruction behavior of the SIDOOR ATD401W controller is not parameterizable. A detected obstruction is signaled by the DBLOCK (see DBLOCK signal (Page 292)).
  • Page 72: Obstruction Detection Process

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.8.1 Obstruction detection process The obstruction detection is based on two processes that are independent of the direction: force obstruction detection and stop obstruction detection. The following definitions are based on the speeds and are thus independent of the direction. The obstruction detection systems assume that the system is actively being moved (drive order).
  • Page 73: Reversing (retraction Attempt)

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions Parameter assignment The number of retries to overcome the obstruction can be set in parameter p3860 or p3877. If the number is set to "0", the overcome obstruction system is disabled in the corresponding direction. A variable waiting time can be configured before each retry (p3861 or p3878).
  • Page 74: Combination Of Retry And Reverse

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions While the obstruction reversing system is active, any change in an external drive order (see Table A-16 DCMD signal (Page 287)) immediately ends all open reversing actions (including the cancelation of wait mode). Note A reverse due to a drive order being changed is part of the basic software, and is not affected by the reversing on account of an obstruction described here (Open →...
  • Page 75: Expert Configuration

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.8.7 Expert configuration The obstruction detection system has been designed so that it can be adapted to the widest range of system environments, structures and properties. The following parameters are mainly provided for such adaptations, and have to be changed for standard systems. Parameter assignment ●...
  • Page 76: Free Function Blocks (fblock)

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.9 Free function blocks (FBLOCK) 3.3.9.1 Overview In some applications it is necessary to control the drive via digital signals. To this end, you can configure an individual logic using the logic elements shown in the following figure. ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 77 SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions ① ⑥ Digital and logical input signals (Page 80) Basic blocks (Page 81) ② ⑦ Digital and logical input signals (Page 80) Frequency analysis blocks (Page 82) ③ ⑧ Special function blocks (Page 81) On delay block (Page 82) ④...
  • Page 78: Configuring The Logic

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.9.2 Configuring the logic The free function blocks are configured at the parameter level. The input of a function block can be linked to any output by entering the output's Q number in the input's REF parameter. The outputs' Q numbers can be found in Overview (Page 76).
  • Page 79 SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions Drive orders In parallel with logical signal combination, a drive order can be assigned to the Q outputs. Door commands that are assigned to the outputs are only active as long as the assigned output is active (jog mode). A drive order is composed of a door command "DCMD" and an optional door command expansion bit "DCMD expansion".
  • Page 80: Digital And Logical Input Signals

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions Signal processing All outputs are recalculated in each processing cycle (10 ms) on the basis of the current input signal states. The cycle's output signals are calculated exactly in the order of the Q numbers (beginning with Q0). If the output Q22 ("NOT0") is used as the input signal of "AND0", its output Q17 is not recalculated until the next cycle.
  • Page 81: Control Bits

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.9.4 Control bits As of V1.10 5 control bits SBIT 0 ... 4, can be transmitted via the technology control word 2 (TSW2), bit 10 ... bit 14. Like digital input signals, these control bits can be controlled by their edge, level, inverted and non-inverted, linked to any function blocks and/or directly with motion tasks.
  • Page 82: Frequency Analysis Blocks

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.9.8 Frequency analysis blocks An input signal can be analyzed for specific frequencies and duty factors via the "FRQ" frequency blocks. Two identical frequency analysis blocks are available, capable of detecting frequencies of 1 Hz and 0.5 Hz with a duty factor of 20 %. The detection criteria and the valid tolerances are described in detail in the following figure.
  • Page 83: Counter Block

    SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions 3.3.9.10 Counter block The "COUNTER" block increments the internal counter value in the event of a positive edge at the input. The maximum counter value is 2. The counter value is reset in the event of an overflow: 0 →...
  • Page 84 SIDOOR functions 3.3 Extended functions Changed basic parameters only take effect at standstill. If the write protection is set via parameters p90, the basic parameters cannot be changed through the menu system. During initial commissioning, after resetting the parameter memory via p91, or after changing the motor type, the basic parameters are reset to their default values.
  • Page 85: 3.4 Safety Functions

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Safety functions Introduction Using the safety functions described below, you can: ● Expand the system with optional safety devices ● Use inputs with safe input signals according to performance level d (PL d) 3.4.1 Optional safety equipment 3.4.1.1 Light barrier Description of function...
  • Page 86 SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Signals Signal Meaning 1 (voltage applied) Light barrier is not interrupted and the door closes when the DOOR CLOSE command is present 0 (voltage not applied) Light barrier is interrupted and the door opens when the DOOR CLOSE command is present* * The response of SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers also depends on the particular system mode.
  • Page 87: Type 2 Espe

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions 3.4.1.2 Type 2 ESPE Function description A light array / light curtain is the part of the electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE) that is connected to the machine controller and assumes a defined state when the sensing device is triggered during intended use.
  • Page 88 SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Signals Signal Description 1 (voltage applied) Light curtain is not interrupted. 0 (voltage not applied) Light curtain is interrupted*. * The response of SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers also depends on the particular system mode. See the table below. Table 3- 12 Response of SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers to an active light curtain signal Mode...
  • Page 89: Pressure-sensitive Edge (sr)

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions 3.4.1.3 Pressure-sensitive edge (SR) Function description The pressure-sensitive edge is connected to the machine control and assumes a defined state if the sensor device is addressed during proper operation. Connection and parameter assignment The output signal switching device of the pressure-sensitive edge is connected to "Input 1" of the terminal X6.
  • Page 90: Security Policy

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Signals Signal Meaning 1 (high) Pressure-sensitive edge is not interrupted and is fault-free. 0 (low) Pressure-sensitive edge is interrupted or defective*. * The response of SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers also depends on the particular system mode. See the table below.
  • Page 91: Safe Input Signals According To Pld

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions 3.4.2.3 Safe input signals according to PLd SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers have five digital inputs (see Digital input signals (Page 108)), through which safety-related signals can also be sent. This section describes two different methods for transferring safety-related signals to the controller. Two concepts are also presented for two-hand operation and emergency stop applications.
  • Page 92: Redundant Antivalent Signal Logic With Discrepancy Analysis

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions 3.4.2.5 Redundant antivalent signal logic with discrepancy analysis In the case of 1oo2 evaluation, the sensor is routed to two different, mutually antivalent channels and is therefore evaluated by the controller twice. The discrepancy analysis is performed between the two channels of the 1oo2 evaluation in the controller.
  • Page 93: Frequency-based Input Signals

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Figure 3-13 Connect the switchgear to two separate non-equivalent change-over contacts, 2-channel non-equivalent* * Two 1-channel sensors can also be connected as an alternative. 3.4.2.6 Frequency-based input signals As well as 1oo2 evaluation with antivalent channels, a frequency-based system can also be used to implement fail-safe inputs according to PLd.
  • Page 94: Two-hand Operation Concept (according To Cat. Iiia)

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions 3.4.2.7 Two-hand operation concept (according to Cat. IIIA) This concept describes implementation of two-hand operation in compliance with DIN EN 574:2008-12, Category IIIA. To achieve the specified Category IIIA, it is imperative that a discrepancy time of ≤ 500 ms be parameterized. Note Only Category I is possible with discrepancy times >...
  • Page 95 SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Antivalent connection of two redundant, two-channel antivalent sensors to two channels Two redundant 2-channel antivalent sensors are needed for the signal (1oo2 evaluation) Figure 3-15 Two-hand control device example ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 96: Emergency Stop Concept In Accordance With Stop Category 1

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions The output of the "AND0" block can be directly assigned a drive order or can be assigned the prioritized STOP door command via an additional negation block. This corresponds to enabling for the actual drive order. The following example illustrates this: ●...
  • Page 97 SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Implementation For the implementation of an emergency stop circuit, the emergency stop signal must be routed to the SIDOOR controller in a safety-related manner (frequency-based or 2-channel antivalent evaluation) and internally linked with a stop door command. A negation block must be configured if a low-active emergency stop signal is used.
  • Page 98: Concept Of Fail-safe Digital Control (door Open/close) With Emergency Stop Via 4

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions 3.4.2.9 Concept of fail-safe digital control (door OPEN/CLOSE) with emergency stop via 4 digital inputs This concept describes one implementation variant of the emergency stop function in accordance with stop category 1 as specified in EN ISO 13850:2008, with fail-safe control (in accordance with PLd) of door OPEN/CLOSE drive orders via 4 digital inputs.
  • Page 99 SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Figure 3-19 Interfacing safe (PLd) digital door control (OPEN/CLOSE) with emergency stop (encoder type 2) Door commands The door command with the highest priority is STOP → ramp stop. The status following the ramp stop can be defined using the "special" door command expansion bit as either "source voltage brake activated"...
  • Page 100 SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Implementation To implement this interfacing connection, the emergency stop signal must be routed in a safety-related manner to the SIDOOR controller (2-channel antivalent evaluation here) and internally linked with a stop door command. A negation block must be configured because a low-active emergency stop signal is used here.
  • Page 101: Concept Of Fail-safe Digital Control (door Open/close) With Emergency Stop Via 3

    SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions 3.4.2.10 Concept of fail-safe digital control (door OPEN/CLOSE) with emergency stop via 3 digital inputs This concept describes one implementation variant of the emergency stop function in accordance with stop category 1 as specified in EN ISO 13850:2008, with fail-safe control (in accordance with PLd) of door OPEN/CLOSE drive orders via 3 digital inputs.
  • Page 102 SIDOOR functions 3.4 Safety functions Implementation For the implementation of this interfacing variant, the emergency stop signal is integrated into the redundant antivalent safety circuit. The emergency stop element itself is only routed to the SIDOOR controller through 1 channel. It is combined via an internal enabling logic with a STOP door command of the highest priority.
  • Page 103: Controllers

    Controllers Description of controller Overview SIDOOR ATD4xxW ① Connecting terminals ② Relay module/USS module/PROFIBUS module/PROFINET module ③ Service buttons/Minimal editor ④ Terminal module ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 104: Installing The Control Unit

    Controllers 4.2 Installing the control unit Installing the control unit Requirement The installation site must fulfill the following requirements: ● Minimum clearance to surrounding parts 1 cm ● Even mounting surface ● Maximum distance from the power supply on account of the cable length: –...
  • Page 105 Controllers 4.2 Installing the control unit Installation Proceed as follows to install the controller: Steps Figure 1. Drill the holes for the screws as shown in the dimension drawing. 2. Secure the controller with 4 (M6 x 10) screws. Installation on a mounting rail You need the SIDOOR standard rail mounting to mount a SIDOOR controller on a standard mounting rail.
  • Page 106 Controllers 4.2 Installing the control unit Proceed as follows to mount the standard rail mounting: Steps Figure Select either a vertical or horizontal Vertical orientation for mounting the control- ler on the standard mounting rail. Screw the SIDOOR standard rail mounting tightly to the controller with 2 (M4 x 6) screws.
  • Page 107: Wiring Instructions

    Controllers 4.3 Wiring instructions Wiring instructions NOTICE Material damage Use only cables with a temperature range ≥ 85°C Terminal information and wiring rules Table 4- 1 Terminal information for SIDOOR ATD4xxW Interface Name Terminal Tool Solid con- Stranded Stripping ductor conductor insula- tion...
  • Page 108: Connecting Terminals

    Controllers 4.4 Connecting terminals Connecting terminals 4.4.1 Digital input signals Slot X6 You can connect certain signals for drive functions at the inputs Input 1, Input 2, Input 3, Input 4 (X6) and Input 0 (X5). The following table shows how the drive function and input are assigned depending on the controller.
  • Page 109 Controllers 4.4 Connecting terminals Note SIDOOR ATD410W/ATD420W/ATD430W Input 0 to input 4 are not assigned functions on control units with a fieldbus connection in the factory state. Parameter assignment is performed with the free function blocks (FBLOCK) (Page 71). Note Input 1 is isolated from input 0, input 2, input 3 and input 4.
  • Page 110 Controllers 4.4 Connecting terminals Terminal circuit diagrams Table 4- 3 Terminal circuit diagrams for digital input signals a. Connection to an internal 24 V control volt- b. Connection to an external control voltage c. Connection to an internal 24 V control volt- d.
  • Page 111: Voltage Output

    Controllers 4.4 Connecting terminals Table 4- 4 Terminal circuit diagrams for emergency stop with 3 digital inputs Connection to an internal 24 V control volt- Connection to an external control voltage "General setup > Special parameters > FBLOCK configuration > FBLOCK Config. Configurable via the service menu Emergency stop 3 inp."...
  • Page 112: Relay And Fieldbus Interfaces

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.1 Relay module Overview ① ② ③ ④ Protective cover ⑤ Fixing screw for the protective cover Figure 4-1 Relay module ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 113 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Task The relay module's relay contacts can be used to report the following door states to the higher-level controller: Table 4- 5 SIDOOR ATD401W door states Relay Designation Function contact CLOSE The system's internal door state "closed" is signaled via this relay (relay contact is closed).
  • Page 114 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Connection DANGER Risk of injury from dangerous electrical voltages When the housing cover of the controller is open, only a safety extra-low voltage of less than 42 V may be present. The protective cover provided must be used when a higher voltage (max.
  • Page 115 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces ① Cable ties (strain relief in housing) ② Cable ties (security against being pulled out within the protective cover) ③ Minimum length of the cable jacket within the protective cover: 5 mm ④ Minimum length of the single-insulation on the single cores: 5 mm ⑤...
  • Page 116: Uss

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.2 4.5.2.1 USS module Overview ① Cable ties ② X705 ③ X100 ④ Protective cover Task The USS module enables the SIDOOR ATD410W door controller to be connected to a USS fieldbus. A maximum of 32 nodes (1 master, 31 slaves) can be connected to the USS bus. Interface Data is transmitted according to the standard EIA 485 (/2/).
  • Page 117 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces LED signals The following five status LEDS are available on the USS module: Description Position Relay K1 picked up LED H1 switches on when the controller has detected the CLOSED position and the pulse generator ceases to output pulses. The LED H1 is controlled by the basic module (signal X200.11).
  • Page 118: Wiring And Connecting The Uss Plug

    Wiring and connecting the USS plug Requirement NOTICE PROFIBUS connector Use only the recommended PROFIBUS connectors from Siemens for the USS connection. See section Accessories (Page 21). NOTICE Material damage resulting from the connection of a PROFIBUS connector to service...
  • Page 119 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Wiring Table 4- 6 Assignment of X705 Assignment Description Not connected Not connected RS 485P RS 485 interface (receive and send signals (+)) Note: For 6GK1500-0FC10: "B" (red) CNTR-P Repeater direction control Interface ground 5 V max.
  • Page 120: Wiring And Connecting Relay Outputs

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.2.3 Wiring and connecting relay outputs Wiring The USS module has 2 relay outputs (closer contact). Maximum voltages of 42.0 V (peak value, ≙ 29.6 V in the case of sinusoidal voltage (SELV according to EN60950-1)) may be applied to the USS module. Contact rating of the relay outputs: ●...
  • Page 121: Profibus

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Connection The wired relay connector is connected to connection X100. 4.5.3 PROFIBUS 4.5.3.1 PROFIBUS module Overview ① Cable ties ② X705 ③ X100 ④ Protective cover ⑤ DIP switches All standard PROFIBUS baud rates from 9.6 kbit/s to 12,000 kbit/s are supported. The baud rate is detected automatically.
  • Page 122 GSD file Download SIEM81BA.GSD The GSD file is available online at Industry online support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/99008084). You can find explanations of the basic functions and communication properties of the DP slave in the section PROFIBUS communication (Page 129). Task The PROFIBUS module enables the SIDOOR ATD420W door controller to be connected to a PROFIBUS fieldbus.
  • Page 123 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces LED signals The following five status LEDs are available on the PROFIBUS module: Color Description Position Green Relay K1 picked up LED H1 switches on when the controller has detected the CLOSED position and the pulse generator ceases to out- put pulses.
  • Page 124 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces DIP switches (S501) The DIP switches (S501) on the device are used to set the PROFIBUS address of the DP slave. ① Status: 1≙ on ② Status: 0 ≙ off ③ DIP switch without function ④...
  • Page 125: Wiring And Connecting Profibus Connectors

    Wiring and connecting PROFIBUS connectors Requirement NOTICE PROFIBUS connector Use only the recommended PROFIBUS connectors from Siemens. For more, see also section Accessories (Page 21). NOTICE Material damage resulting from the connection of a PROFIBUS connector to service connection X8 Connecting a PROFIBUS connector to service connection X8 can damage the SIDOOR controller and the connected device.
  • Page 126 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Table 4- 9 Assignment of X705 Assignment Description Not connected Not connected RS 485P RS 485 interface (receive and send signals (+)) Note: For 6GK1500-0FC10: "B" (red) CNTR-P Repeater direction control Interface ground 5 V max. 10 mA, to be used in connector for bus network terminator only Not connected RS 485N...
  • Page 127: Wiring And Connecting Relay Outputs

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.3.3 Wiring and connecting relay outputs Wiring The PROFIBUS module has 2 relay outputs (closer contact). Maximum voltages of 42.0 V (peak value, ≙ 29.6 V in the case of sinusoidal voltage (SELV according to EN60950-1)) may be applied to the PROFIBUS module. Contact rating of the relay outputs: ●...
  • Page 128 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Relay control Table 4- 10 Relay control for PROFIBUS module Terminal Assignment Description X100.1 CLOSE The relay is additionally influenced by the sensor configuration (parameter p4600). For more, see also section Sensors and external sensor interface module X100.2 (closed) (ATD4xxW) (Page 152).
  • Page 129: Profibus Communication

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.3.4 PROFIBUS communication Parameter assignment The DP master transfers parameters during initialization of the DP slave. This includes the transfer of standard parameters and specific SIDOOR parameters for the device. The specific parameters are written in the GSD file. No user data can be exchanged without initialization.
  • Page 130 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces SIDOOR-specific parameters The SIDOOR internal communication channel (internal bus) can be configured with the following parameters: ● Data communication ● Baud rate ● Slave address ● Telegram type ● Cycle time In order to establish error-free, stable communication, the settings on the connected SIDOOR controller (internal bus) have to be matched.
  • Page 131 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Table 4- 13 User parameter byte 3 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 User parameter byte 1 Telegram type The telegram type is set with bits 0 to 2. Codes: Standard telegram = 0000 Mirror telegram = 0001...
  • Page 132 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Configuration For efficient communication between DP master (higher-level controller (PLC)) and DP slave, the DP master has to know how many bytes it sends to the DP slave, and how many bytes it receives from the DP slave. The values for the outputs and inputs are specified in the configuration.
  • Page 133 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces These diagnostic blocks have the format for the device-related diagnostics, and are not specified any further in DP-V0. The meanings of the individual bits are specified in the GSD file. The following table shows the exact meanings of the bits for the SIDOOR ATD420W controller.
  • Page 134: Profinet

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.4 PROFINET 4.5.4.1 PROFINET module Overview ① Cable ties ② X1000 - Port 2 ③ X1000 - Port 1 ④ X100 ⑤ Protective cover The ASIC of the type "ERTEC200P" is used for the PROFINET connection. Ethernet is used as the transmission technology.
  • Page 135 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces LED signals The following five status LEDs are available on the PROFINET module: Color Description Position Green Relay K1 picked up LED H1 switches on when the controller has detected the CLOSED position and the pulse generator ceases to output pulses.
  • Page 136 Table 4- 17 GSD files Scheme GSD file 2.31 GSDML-V2.31-Siemens-SIDOOR-TD430W-20140829.xml GSDML-V2.3-Siemens-SIDOOR-TD430W-20140829.xml 2.25 GSDML-V2.25-Siemens-SIDOOR-TD430W-20140829.xml The GSD files are equivalent in terms of the ATD430W controller's functional scope. PROFINET communication Besides using the MAC address and the IP address, PROFINET also uses a device name to identify PROFINET devices.
  • Page 137 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Assigning an IP address For the expansion of an application relationship, each PROFINET device must have an IP address. To ensure that the right device is accessed online, it is recommended that IP addresses be assigned to every PROFINET device at the start of the commissioning process.
  • Page 138 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces MAC addresses The ATD430W IO device uses a total of three MAC addresses. The IO device itself has one MAC address and the two ports (Port 1, Port 2) each have an incremented MAC address. See the following example: 00-1B-1B-65-AC-61 IO device:...
  • Page 139 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces I&M 0 and I&M 1 to 4 Device parameters can be read and written for device identification. The identification and maintenance record 0 (I&M 0 - device identification) is the record for the unique identification of the IO device. This record is read-only. The standardized records I&M 1 to 4 are intended for extended device identification.
  • Page 140 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Automatic addressing The Discovery and basic Configuration Protocol (DCP) is compulsory for the automatic assignment of IP addresses. Media redundancy In the case of PROFINET, the Media Redundancy Protocol (MRP) is used for the media redundancy of ring topologies.
  • Page 141: Wiring And Connecting A Profinet Connector

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.4.2 Wiring and connecting a PROFINET connector Requirement Note Use an Industrial Ethernet cable with a maximum length of 100 m to connect RJ45 connectors. Wiring The PROFINET module provides two PROFINET ports: ● Port 1: Signals are connected crossed. The assignments correspond to switch assignments (MDI-X) ●...
  • Page 142: Wiring And Connecting Relay Outputs

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Connection The wired RJ45 connectors are connected to the two X1000 Port 1 and X1000 Port 2 terminals. 4.5.4.3 Wiring and connecting relay outputs Wiring The PROFINET module has 2 relay outputs (closer contact). Maximum voltages of 42.0 V (peak value, ≙...
  • Page 143 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Relay control Table 4- 20 Relay control for PROFINET module Terminal Assignment Description X100.1 CLOSE The relay is additionally influenced by the sensor configuration (parameter p4600). For more, see also section Sensors and external sensor interface module X100.2 (closed) (ATD4xxW) (Page 152).
  • Page 144: Profinet Communication

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.4.4 PROFINET communication Parameterization/startup record When setting up a connection, the startup parameter record (record 1) is sent from the IO controller to the ATD430W as specified in the GSD file (see Table 4-17 GSD files (Page 136)).
  • Page 145 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Table 4- 23 Startup parameter record byte 3 Telegram type parameter Telegram type The telegram type on the internal bus is set via bits 0 to 2. The following coding results: Default telegram = 0000 Mirror telegram = 0001 Broadcast = 0010 Special telegram = 0011...
  • Page 146 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Configuration The resulting configuration data is in the GSD file (see Table 4-17 GSD files (Page 136)). The structure expected by the PROFINET module is described below (for informational purposes only): Table 4- 26 PROFINET configuration data Slot Subslot...
  • Page 147 Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces Device roles and provider-consumer model IO Controller A PROFINET IO controller has control over the field devices. The process data and alarms arrive in the IO controller and are processed in the user program. In an automation system, an IO controller is normally a programmable logic controller (PLC).
  • Page 148: Local/master Operation

    Controllers 4.5 Relay and fieldbus interfaces 4.5.5 Local/master operation The slave (= SIDOOR control unit) generally signals via StatW1 (bit 9 = 1 "control requested") that the master (= higher-level PLC on the fieldbus) should assume control. If the PLC signals via STW1 (bit 10 = 1 "control by the programmable logic controller") that it is taking over control, the process data is deemed to be valid and must be processed accordingly.
  • Page 149: Sequential Control

    Controllers 4.6 Sequential control Sequential control The following figure illustrates the sequential control of SIDOOR ATD4xxW control unit in the form of a state graph: Figure 4-4 Sequential control state graph ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 150 Controllers 4.6 Sequential control The following table describes the properties of different states of the sequential control and their impact on the system with respect to the slave (= SIDOOR control unit). Status Status word Control word System impact Comment/note S1: Z_EINSCHALTSPERRE Valid Invalid...
  • Page 151 Controllers 4.6 Sequential control Switching the SIDOOR control unit to operating mode The door drive can be transferred to operating mode via the sequential control. The following illustration shows an example for the two necessary steps: Note Operation enable The operation enable can also be set later. In this example, it is set immediately. ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 152: Sensors And External Sensor Interface Module

    Controllers 4.7 Sensors and external sensor interface module Sensors and external sensor interface module 4.7.1 Overview The signals in the figure below are processed and generated via the internal signal logic of SIDOOR ATD4xxW controllers. The system response to the signals shown is described in the section SIDOOR functions (Page 26).
  • Page 153 Controllers 4.7 Sensors and external sensor interface module Configuration of the connected sensor type The sensor type of the sensor connected to "Input 1" of terminal X6 can be configured as follows: ● Parameter p4600 MAIN MENU > General setup > Special parameters > Function Input 1 ●...
  • Page 154 Controllers 4.7 Sensors and external sensor interface module The figure below is a schematic diagram of a pressure-sensitive edge according to ISO13856-2 connected to a SIDOOR controller: ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 155: Sensor Function Test

    Controllers 4.7 Sensors and external sensor interface module 4.7.2 Sensor function test Equipment for a periodic test is required if type 2 ESPE or a pressure-sensitive edge is connected. This test is intended to detect a hazardous failure. If the SIDOOR controller's sensor logic is configured for ESPE or a pressure-sensitive edge, the "TestOUT"...
  • Page 156: Reaction Times

    Controllers 4.7 Sensors and external sensor interface module 4.7.3 Reaction times The reaction time to an interrupted light array (ESPE) or a pressure-sensitive edge can be determined by measuring the motor current reduction. To this end, the ESPE or pressure- sensitive edge system can be activated (interrupted or triggered) during constant travel so that the drive reverses.
  • Page 157: Technical Specifications

    Controllers 4.8 Technical specifications Technical specifications Technical specifications Order number 6FB1141-1AT11- 6FB1141-4AT10- 6FB1141-2AT10- 6FB1141-3AT10- 3WE2 3WE2 3WE2 3WE2 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Door controller Design of the product ATD401W ATD410W ATD420W ATD430W Manufacturer's article number / usable 6FB1103-0AT11-3MC0, 6FB1103-0AT10-4MB0, 6FB1103-0AT10-3MC0, of the motor...
  • Page 158 Controllers 4.8 Technical specifications Order number 6FB1141-1AT11- 6FB1141-4AT10- 6FB1141-2AT10- 6FB1141-3AT10- 3WE2 3WE2 3WE2 3WE2 with overload with- • stand capability Switching capacity current / of the output relay 0.01 ... 1 0.01 ... 0.5 at DC / at 30 V •...
  • Page 159 Controllers 4.8 Technical specifications Order number 6FB1141-1AT11- 6FB1141-4AT10- 6FB1141-2AT10- 6FB1141-3AT10- 3WE2 3WE2 3WE2 3WE2 Installation/ mounting/ dimen- sions: Width Height Depth Installation or assembly No direct exposure note to the sun Standards: Certificate of suitability / CE marking Certificate of suitability / acc.
  • Page 160 Controllers 4.8 Technical specifications Dimension drawing Figure 4-7 Controller ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 161: Operation And Configuration Of The Control Unit

    Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Operation and configuration of the control unit The service buttons can be used to operate the controller. The following options are available to parameterize the controller. 1. Parameter assignment via the PROFIdrive PKW interface 2.
  • Page 162: Operation Using Service Buttons

    Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit 4.9.1.1 Operation using service buttons 7-segment display "H401" You can see the operating states on the "H401" 7-segment display. You can find the description of the 7-segment display in the section Operating state display (Page 273). Learn run button You can start a learn run with the learn run button (S401).
  • Page 163 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Learn run (when the supply voltage is applied) Table 4- 30 Starting a learn run when the line voltage is applied Procedure H401 display H1 display Push the door into the CLOSED position. Disconnect the power supply from X3 (DC).
  • Page 164 Software. In this case, the external input signals are disabled in some menus. You can find more information on this in the section SIDOOR Service Tool (Page 243) and in the Operating Instructions SIDOOR Software Kit (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/92711247). ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 165: Parameter Assignment Via The Terminal Module

    Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit 4.9.2 Parameter assignment via the terminal module Overview ① Digital display ② Escape key ③ Menu selection key ④ Menu selection key ⑤ Enter key Figure 4-9 Overview of terminal module Function The integrated terminal module can be used for diagnostics and setting parameters.
  • Page 166 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Operation Enter key – jumps to the next menu below Escape key – jumps back to the menu above Menu selection key – increases a parameter value Menu selection key – decreases a parameter value Parameters can be changed in both of the following menus: "MAIN MENU >...
  • Page 167: Parameter Assignment Using Additional Devices

    The SIDOOR User Software is part of the SIDOOR Software Kit. You will find a detailed description of the SIDOOR Software Kit in the SIDOOR Software Kit Operating Instructions (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/92711247). ● SIDOOR Service Tool You will find a detailed description of the SIDOOR Service Tool in SIDOOR Service Tool (Page 243).
  • Page 168 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Full parameter name Parameter name as shown in the software Idle torque open Idle torque open Idle torque close Idle torque close Peak torque close Peak torque close Static force limit open Limit force open Static force limit close Limit force close...
  • Page 169: Adjustable Parameters

    Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit 4.9.5 Adjustable parameters 4.9.5.1 Driving curve The optimum drive characteristics of the door are calculated and maintained continuously. The driving curve transitions are rounded off so that the door movement is smooth and jerk- free.
  • Page 170: Forces

    Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit 4.9.5.2 Forces The following forces and currents can be configured for the travel curve: Continuous torque (power) OPEN Continuous torque in the door position OPEN. This parameter is effective when an open command is present and the door is in the OPEN position.
  • Page 171 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Static opening force This force is effective during the closing movement if an open command is present. Figure 4-10 Current – force – motor characteristic in opening direction Adjustment ranges The parameter can be adjusted in accordance with the adjustment ranges of the parameters (see section Profiles and adjustment ranges (Page 299)).
  • Page 172 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Static closing force This force is effective during the closing movement if a close command is present. Figure 4-11 Current – force – motor characteristic in closing direction ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 173 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Adjustment ranges The value of the parameter must be selected so that the door moves across the entire door width in the closing direction if a close command is present. Inadequate force can lead to an obstruction of the door.
  • Page 174: Parameter Assignment

    Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit 4.9.5.3 Parameter assignment The tables below show all the parameters that are available via the PKW interface. The parameters are generally subdivided into: ● Driving parameters ● Fieldbus parameters ● Other parameters ●...
  • Page 175 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter ID Unit Parameter name Description Speeds p3664 mm/s Maximum speed open Maximum speed in the opening direction p3665 mm/s Slow end speed open Slow end speed in the opening direction p3666 mm/s Slow start speed open...
  • Page 176 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Other parameters Table 4- 33 Other parameters Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory Unit Description setting Sensor Module p4600 0 ≙ inactive — Local sensor type 1 ≙ OSSD 2 ≙ DCOPS 3 ≙...
  • Page 177 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory Unit Description setting Write: — — Note: All saved parameters are reset to factory setting! The controller must be restarted for the 1 ≙ reset complete pa- factory settings to take effect.
  • Page 178 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Fieldbus parameters Table 4- 34 USS fieldbus parameters Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory setting Description Communication channel p2020 0 ≙ 9600 Baud rate 1 ≙ 19200 2 ≙ 38400 3 ≙ 57600 4 ≙...
  • Page 179 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Calibration and function parameters Table 4- 35 Calibration and function parameters Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory set- Unit Description ting Advanced functions p1200 50 … 1000 mm/s Speed from which vandalism protection is activated. 0 ≙...
  • Page 180 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory set- Unit Description ting p1231 1 … 100 Threshold value for digital detection of external slide support during the opening movement (The proportion of force from which AssistedDrive is detected in relation to the learnt reference value) p1232 1 …...
  • Page 181 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory set- Unit Description ting p2110 0 … 1 — As of V1.10: Direction of rotation of the pulse encod- er 1 = normal, 0 = inverse p2111 0 …...
  • Page 182 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit The parameters in the table below refer to the closing direction only. Table 4- 37 Obstruction and reversing parameters (in the closing direction) Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory set- Unit Description ting Timing p3852...
  • Page 183 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory set- Unit Description ting p3867 0 ≙ deenergize — Drive control for obstruction while reversing 1 ≙ stop 2 ≙ open 3 ≙ close p3868 0 ≙ deenergize —...
  • Page 184 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter ID Adjustment range Factory setting Unit Description Reversing p3881 0 to 0xFFFF — Number of reverses 0 ≙ no reversing 1 (V1.03 and higher) 0xFFFF ≙ unlimited reversing p3882 0 … 60000 2000 Wait time before each reverse p3883...
  • Page 185 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter Name Description p20005 DCMD_DI1_Q7 Level-controlled output; output follows the input directly p20006 DCMD_DI2_Q8 Rising (positive) edge Output becomes active for one cycle when input edge detected. p20007 DCMD_DI2_Q9 Falling (negative) edge The entered drive order (DCMD) is latched (stored) automatically.
  • Page 186 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter Name Description tected. p20053 DCMD_SBIT0_Q61 Falling (negative) edge The entered driver order (DCMD) is automatically latched (stored). p20054 DCMD_SBIT0_Q62 Level-controlled output, output follows the input directly p20039 DCMD_SBIT0_Q47 Level-controlled output; output follows the input inverted p20043 DCMD_SBIT0_Q51 p20047...
  • Page 187 Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit FBLOCK-REF parameters The inputs of the various F blocks can be connected or linked to any "Q" outputs (signal sources) via the following FBLOCK-REF parameters. To this end, the number of the Q element must be entered directly in the REF parameter (Q{0 to 38}).
  • Page 188: Parameter Assignment For Special Applications

    Controllers 4.9 Operation and configuration of the control unit Parameter ID Name Description COUNTER p20121 REF_COUNTER_IN Count input of the counter (a positive edge increments the counter) p20122 REF_COUNTER_RESET Reset input of the counter (counter is reset to 0) 4.9.5.4 Parameter assignment for special applications The drive values can be matched to the individual door for specific applications with the aid of the integrated terminal module or the SIDOOR Service Tool (optional).
  • Page 189: Geared Motors

    Geared motors Description Overview Figure 5-1 Geared motors (pinion left*) * The gear outlet direction is defined as left or right when viewing the gear unit from the front. The maintenance-free drive unit consists of a speed-controlled DC motor with non-self- locking gearing.
  • Page 190: Installation

    The rubber-metal anti-vibration mount, mounting bracket, tensioning device / mounting bracket, deflector unit / deflector pulley, and door clutch holder are optional components and can be obtained from Siemens. You can find further information in the section Technical specifications (Page 196).
  • Page 191 Geared motors 5.2 Installation Motor MDG400 NMS and MDG700 NMS Note Do not strike the shaft and bearings of the motors. Do not exceed the permissible axial and radial forces on the shaft extension as specified by the configuration regulations. Only fit and remove output elements (for example, coupling, gear, belt pulley) using suitable equipment (see figure): ●...
  • Page 192 Geared motors 5.2 Installation Procedure WARNING Risk of injury and damage to property as a result of incorrect installation Improper and incorrect installation can lead to serious injuries. Observe the instructions for safe installation. The mechanical installation of the geared motor is performed in the following steps: 1.
  • Page 193 Geared motors 5.2 Installation Then, if necessary, mount the geared motor on the mounting bracket. SIDOOR M3 / MDG180 SIDOOR M4 / MDG400 / MDG400 NMS / M5 / MDG700 NMS 2. Mount the deflector unit, if necessary with a mounting bracket. Ensure that the drive pinion and deflector pulley are aligned when doing so.
  • Page 194 Geared motors 5.2 Installation 3. Pass the toothed belt over the deflector pulley and drive pinion. Place both open ends of the toothed belt in the door clutch holder. Screw the door clutch holder together. ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 195: Connecting Terminals

    Geared motors 5.3 Connecting terminals Connecting terminals 5.3.1 Conductor assignment of the motor plug SIDOOR M3, MDG180, M4, MDG400, MDG400NMS, MDG700NMS and M5 Figure 5-3 Conductor assignment of the motor plug Table 5- 1 Motor plug (slot X7) Terminal Signal SIDOOR M3 / SIDOOR M4 / SIDOOR M5...
  • Page 196: Technical Specifications

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Technical specifications MDG700 R/L NMS Order number 6FB1103-0AT13-3MG1 6FB1103-0AT14-3MG1 General information Product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Motor for door control Product version MDG700 NMS R MDG700 NMS L Supply voltage Rated value (DC) 30 V Input current Operational current (rated value) 7.5 A...
  • Page 197 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Geared motors Order number 6FB1103-0AT10-4MB0 6FB1103-0AT11-4MB0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Motor for door control Design of the product M3 L M3 R Supply voltage: Supply voltage at DC • Consumed active power rated value Operating current Rated value Mechanical data: Torque of the rotary actuator Rated value...
  • Page 198 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Order number 6FB1103-0AT10- 6FB1103-0AT11- 6FB1103-0AT11- 6FB1103-0AT10- 3MC0 3MC0 3MD0 3MD0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Motor for door control Design of the product M4 L M4 R M5 R M5 L Supply voltage: Supply voltage at DC...
  • Page 199 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Order number 6FB1103-0AT14- 6FB1103-0AT13- 6FB1103-0AT14- 6FB1103-0AT13- 4MB0 4MB0 3MC0 3MC0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Motor for door control Design of the product MDG180 L MDG180 R MDG400 L MDG400 R Supply voltage: Supply voltage at DC...
  • Page 200 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Order number 6FB1103-0AT14-3MC1 6FB1103-0AT13-3MC1 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Motor for door control Supply voltage: Supply voltage at DC • Consumed active power rated value Operating current Rated value Mechanical data: Torque of the rotary actuator Rated value N·m Speed maximum...
  • Page 201 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Accessories SIDOOR rubber-metal anti-vibration mount Order number 6FB1104-0AT01-0AD0 6FB1104-0AT02-0AD0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation rubber-metal anti-vibration mount Design of the product for SIDOOR motors over 300 for SIDOOR motors under 300 kg Installation/ mounting/ dimensions: Width of rubber-bonded metal Height of rubber-bonded metal...
  • Page 202 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications SIDOOR door clutch holder Order number 6FB1104-0AT02-0CP0 6FB1104-0AT01-0CP0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation door clutch holder Installation/ mounting/ dimensions: Width of door clutch holder Height of door clutch holder Length of door clutch holder Width of toothed belt SIDOOR toothed belt Order number...
  • Page 203 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Connecting cables for MDG180, MDG400, MDG400 NMS Order number 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 0AT00- 0AT01- 0AT05- 0AT07- 0AT10- 0AT15- 0AT20- 0CB5 0CB5 0CB0 0CB0 0CB0 0CB0 0CB0 General technical data: product brand SIDOOR name Product desig-...
  • Page 204 Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications Connecting cables for MDG700 NMS Order number 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 6FB1104- 0AT05-0CB2 0AT10-0CB2 0AT15-0CB2 0AT20-0CB2 General information Product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Motor connecting cable Product version Cable MDG Degree and class of pro- tection IP degree of protection IP67 motor connection...
  • Page 205: Dimension Drawing Of Sidoor M3 With Rubber-metal Anti-vibration Mount And Mounting Bracket

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.1 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR M3 with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket ① ④ Geared motor SIDOOR M3 L / MDG180 L 7 x M6x16 safety hexagonal screws ② ⑤ 4 x M5x10 safety hexagonal screws SIDOOR mounting bracket ③...
  • Page 206: Dimension Drawing Of Sidoor Mdg180 With Rubber-metal Anti-vibration Mount And Mounting Bracket

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.2 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR MDG180 with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket Figure 5-5 30 V geared motor with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket (motor MDG180) ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 207: Dimension Drawing Of Sidoor M4 With Rubber-metal Anti-vibration Mount And Mounting Bracket

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.3 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR M4 with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket Figure 5-6 30 V geared motor with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket (M4 motor) ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 208: Dimension Drawing Of Sidoor Mdg400 With Rubber-metal Anti-vibration Mount And Mounting Bracket

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.4 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR MDG400 with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket Figure 5-7 30 V geared motor with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket (MDG400 motor) ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 209: Dimension Drawing Mdg400nms

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.5 Dimension drawing MDG400NMS Front view Side view ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 210: Dimension Drawing Of Sidoor Mdg400 Nms With Rubber-metal Anti-vibration Mount And Mounting Bracket

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.6 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR MDG400 NMS with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket Figure 5-8 SIDOOR MDG400 NMS with rubber-metal anti-vibration mount and mounting bracket ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 211: Dimension Drawing Of Sidoor M5

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.7 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR M5 Front view Motor on left Motor on right Side view Figure 5-9 SIDOOR M5 Note Rubber-metal anti-vibration mount When installing the M5 motor, use the same rubber-metal anti-vibration mount as for the M4 motor.
  • Page 212: Dimension Drawing Of Sidoor Mdg700 Nms

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.8 Dimension drawing of SIDOOR MDG700 NMS Figure 5-10 SIDOOR MDG700 NMS ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 213: Dimension Drawing Of Mdg Motor Cable

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.9 Dimension drawing of MDG motor cable Figure 5-11 MDG motor cable ① Cable lengths Cable Length SIDOOR CABLE-MDG-20m 20.0m + 100mm SIDOOR CABLE MDG 15 m 15.0 m + 100 mm SIDOOR CABLE MDG 10 m 10.0 m + 100 mm SIDOOR CABLE MDG 7 m 7.0 m + 60 mm...
  • Page 214: Dimension Drawing Of Motor Cable Mdg2

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.10 Dimension drawing of motor cable MDG2 Figure 5-12 Motor cable MDG2 ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 215: Dimension Drawing Of Deflector Pulley With Tensioning Device And Mounting Bracket

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.11 Dimension drawing of deflector pulley with tensioning device and mounting bracket Figure 5-13 Deflector pulley with tensioning device and mounting bracket ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 216: Dimension Drawing Of Door Clutch Holder

    Geared motors 5.4 Technical specifications 5.4.12 Dimension drawing of door clutch holder Figure 5-14 Door clutch holder ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 217: Power Supply

    Power supply SIDOOR NT40 6.1.1 Description Intended use The device has been designed for operation exclusively in an industrial environment, and may only be operated in conjunction with the controllers listed in production information. Other loads must not be connected to the output connector X2. Note Electromagnetic compatibility The SIDOOR NT40 power supply meets the requirements of the EMC standard...
  • Page 218 Power supply 6.1 SIDOOR NT40 Function The SIDOOR NT40 is a 230 V AC (± 15 %) 50 / 60 Hz power supply unit for supplying SIDOOR controllers for mass to be moved up to 600 kg. On the output side, the switch mode power supply supplies a 36 V DC (± 3 %) SELV at a rated output power <...
  • Page 219: Installation

    Power supply 6.1 SIDOOR NT40 6.1.2 Installation Requirements Observe the following installation rules: ● Minimum clearance to surrounding parts: 1 cm ● Even mounting surface ● The installation point should, as far as possible, be vibration-free. The permissible climatic conditions (operating or storage and transport temperature) must be respected. ●...
  • Page 220: Connecting Terminals

    Power supply 6.1 SIDOOR NT40 6.1.3 Connecting terminals Input line X1 X1 is the connection line to the power supply. Connections L, N, PE 195 - 265 VAC Cable type H05RN-F 3G1 Cable length Connector(s) Extruded protective Schuko-type socket, 10 / 16 A, 250 V AC, double-protected connecting cable according to DIN 49.441, CEE7 / VII.
  • Page 221 Power supply 6.1 SIDOOR NT40 Connection specifications WARNING Dangerous electrical voltage! When electrical devices are used, certain parts of them have to carry dangerous voltages. Failure to observe the operating instructions can therefore lead to serious injuries or material damage. Observe the operating instructions.
  • Page 222: Technical Specifications

    Power supply 6.1 SIDOOR NT40 6.1.4 Technical specifications Order number 6FB1112-0AT20-3PS0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Switched-mode power supply Design of the product NT40 Electical data: Supply voltage at AC Supply voltage frequency at AC 47 ... 63 Relative symmetrical tolerance of the supply voltage Input current at rated input voltage 230 V Rated value Operating current of fuse protection at input when in-...
  • Page 223 Power supply 6.1 SIDOOR NT40 Order number 6FB1112-0AT20-3PS0 Ambient conditions: Ambient temperature °C -20 ... +55 during operation • No direct exposure to the sun during operation Note • °C -20 ... +70 during storage • °C -40 ... +70 during transport •...
  • Page 224 Power supply 6.1 SIDOOR NT40 Figure 6-2 Dimensions of switch mode power supply NT40 ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 225: Sidoor Transformer

    Power supply 6.2 SIDOOR Transformer SIDOOR Transformer 6.2.1 Description Intended use The device has been designed for operation exclusively in an industrial environment, and may only be operated in conjunction with the controllers listed in AUTOHOTSPOT. Other loads must not be connected to the output connector. Design ①...
  • Page 226: Installation

    Power supply 6.2 SIDOOR Transformer 6.2.2 Installation Requirements The installation site must fulfill the following requirements: ● Minimum clearance to surrounding parts: 1 cm ● Even mounting surface ● Maximum distance from the power supply due to cable length: – Connecting cable input line (network ⇔ transformer): 200 cm –...
  • Page 227: Connecting Terminals

    Power supply 6.2 SIDOOR Transformer Procedure Proceed as follows to install the transformer: Steps Figure ① 1. Drill the hole for the screw shown in the dimension drawing. 2. Secure the transformer with 1 M6 ① screw (at least 70 mm long) 6.2.3 Connecting terminals Slots...
  • Page 228: Technical Specifications

    Power supply 6.2 SIDOOR Transformer 6.2.4 Technical specifications Order number 6FB1112-0AT20-2TR0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Power transformer Design of the product Transformer Product component Line filter Electical data: Supply voltage at AC Supply voltage frequency at AC 50 ...
  • Page 229 Power supply 6.2 SIDOOR Transformer Order number 6FB1112-0AT20-2TR0 Installation/ mounting/ dimensions: Diameter Height Standards: Standard EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, EN for EMC • 12015, EN 12016, EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3 ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 230 Power supply 6.2 SIDOOR Transformer Figure 6-4 Dimensions of the SIDOOR Transformer ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 231: Sitop Psu8200 13a/36v 3-phase

    Power supply 6.3 SITOP PSU8200 13A/36V 3-phase SITOP PSU8200 13A/36V 3-phase SITOP PSU8200 13A/36V Connecting SITOP PSU8200 on the ATD4xxW door control unit Slot Function Plus Functional grounding Minus SELV ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 232: Power Supply Requirements Of Sitop Psu8200

    A circuit breaker according to EN 60898-1, 8A, C-characteristic of the type SIEMENS: 5SY4108-7 must be installed in the supply branch on site. It must be ensured that the miniature circuit breaker is only operated within the permissible range. The circuit breaker must be mounted close to the SIDOOR controller at a similar ambient temperature.
  • Page 233: Technical Specifications

    Power supply 6.3 SITOP PSU8200 13A/36V 3-phase 6.3.3 Technical specifications Core statement Order number 6EP3446-8SB10-0AY0 Product SITOP PSU8200 Power supply, type 36 V/13 A Input Input 3-phase AC Rated voltage value Vin rated 400 ... 500 V Voltage range AC 320 ...
  • Page 234 Power supply 6.3 SITOP PSU8200 13A/36V 3-phase Order number 6EP3446-8SB10-0AY0 Product SITOP PSU8200 Power supply, type 36 V/13 A Current range 0 ... 13 A +60 ... +70 °C: Derating 2%/K Note • Supplied active power typical 468 W Short-term overload current 39 A at short-circuit during operation typical •...
  • Page 235 Power supply 6.3 SITOP PSU8200 13A/36V 3-phase Order number 6EP3446-8SB10-0AY0 Product SITOP PSU8200 Power supply, type 36 V/13 A Safety Primary/secondary isolation Galvanic isolation Safety extra low output voltage Vout according to EN 60950-1 Protection class Class I Leakage current 3.5 mA maximum •...
  • Page 236: Building Dc Voltage Supply

    Power supply 6.4 Building DC voltage supply Order number 6EP3446-8SB10-0AY0 Product SITOP PSU8200 Power supply, type 36 V/13 A 50 mm • 50 mm bottom • 0 mm left • 0 mm right • Weight, approx. 1.2 kg Product feature of the enclosure housing for side-by-side mounting Installation Snaps onto DIN rail EN 60715 35x7.5/15...
  • Page 237: Power Supply Requirements

    Power supply 6.4 Building DC voltage supply 6.4.1 Power supply requirements NOTICE The DC power supply for the SIDOOR ATD4xxW controller may be used only with firmware version ATD4xxW > = 1.04. The following requirements must be met by the building DC power supply: Supply voltage In normal operation a non-grounded SELV voltage according to EN 60950-1: 2014, NFPA environment UL61010-2-201: 1st Edition 2014 with a typical voltage of 36 V is to be used.
  • Page 238 A miniature circuit breaker according to EN 60898-1, 8A, C-characteristic of the type SIEMENS: 5SY4108-7 or 5SY4108-7KK11 is to be inserted into the supply network by the customer. It must be ensured that the miniature circuit breaker is only operated within the permissible range.
  • Page 239: Installation

    6.4.2 Installation A miniature circuit breaker (type SIEMENS: 5SY4108-7 or 5SY4108-7KK11) is mandatory at a direct voltage supply by the customer (for example SITOP PSU300S 20A). Install the miniature circuit breaker in the vicinity of the SIDOOR controller (similar ambient air temperature).
  • Page 240 Power supply 6.5 Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) In the observation, three main criteria need to be considered: 1. The peak power of the UPS (for approx. 3 seconds) should be ≥ 600 W. 2. With the use of the transformer, the UPS must be designed as an online double converter.
  • Page 241 Power supply 6.5 Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) Definitions of tags Unit Definition Friction force door Holding power door closed Holding power door open Current consumption 24 V external Door weight – Number of OPEN/CLOSED cycles Distance door leaves Holding time CLOSED Holding time OPEN Standstill time without holding power STBY...
  • Page 242 Power supply 6.5 Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) Example calculation for an M3 motor Input data Calculation Value Definition 80 N Door friction without counter- weight 60 N Holding time CLOSED 70 N Holding power OPEN 0.1 A External power supply 24 V 180 kg Door weight, total Cycles OPEN/CLOSED...
  • Page 243: Sidoor Service Tool

    SIDOOR Service Tool Description Overview ① Connection plug to connect the SIDOOR Service Tool to the controller ② Display ③ Control keys Connection The SIDOOR Service Tool is connected to the X8 connector on the controller by the corresponding cable: Note The cover of the controller does not have to be removed to connect the SIDOOR Service Tool.
  • Page 244: Operation

    SIDOOR Service Tool 7.3 Operation Operation Parameters can be changed in both of the following menus: MAIN MENU > Quick setup > Parameter setting ● MAIN MENU > General setup > Profile parameters ● Note If the SIDOOR Service Tool is in the "Quick setup" or "General setup" menu, the door commands of the controller are blocked by the command inputs of the terminal strip X6.
  • Page 245 SIDOOR Service Tool 7.3 Operation Operating principle Action Remarks Select required parameter Activate parameter for setting Parameter value flashes using the Return key Increase or decrease parameter value Accept parameter value by press- Displayed parameter value stops flashing ing Return key again after acceptance.
  • Page 246: Navigation Structure In The Sidoor Service Tool

    SIDOOR Service Tool 7.4 Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 247 SIDOOR Service Tool 7.4 Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 248 SIDOOR Service Tool 7.4 Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 249 SIDOOR Service Tool 7.4 Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool Menu command with ATD4xxW and motor type M4, MDG400, MDG400 NMS,M5 or MDG700NMS ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 250 SIDOOR Service Tool 7.4 Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 251 SIDOOR Service Tool 7.4 Navigation structure in the SIDOOR Service Tool ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 252 SIDOOR Service Tool 7.5 Technical specifications ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 253: Technical Specifications

    SIDOOR Service Tool 7.5 Technical specifications Technical specifications Order number 6FB1105-0AT01-6ST0 General technical data: product brand name SIDOOR Product designation Service Tool Design of the product Diagnostic and parameterization tool Electical data: Cable length of the connecting cable Installation/ mounting/ dimensions: Width Height Depth...
  • Page 254: Configuration And Programming In Step 7

    SIMATIC controller via PROFIBUS or PROFINET communication. PROFINET integration via GSD file Install the GSD file (see GSD files (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/61054703/133200)) in the applicable configuration tool before configuring the SIDOOR ATD430W PROFINET controller. After installation, you will find the ATD430W controller under the following category: "PROFINET IO >...
  • Page 255: Profibus Integration Via Gsd File

    8.2 PROFIBUS integration via GSD file PROFIBUS integration via GSD file Install the GSD file (see Industry Online Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/61054703/133200)) in the applicable configuration tool before configuring the SIDOOR ATD420W PROFIBUS controller. After installation, you will find the ATD420W controller under the following category: "PROFIBUS DP >...
  • Page 256: Programming Sidoor Instructions

    Configuration and programming in STEP 7 8.3 Programming SIDOOR instructions Programming SIDOOR instructions PROFINET or PROFIBUS SIDOOR controllers are configured via certified GSD files. This ensures compatibility with different industrial automation systems. A function block is provided for fast and simple interfacing of a SIDOOR drive to a SIMATIC. This function block was implemented for PROFIBUS or PROFINET communication and for various SIMATIC families.
  • Page 257: Sidoor_cdat" Data Type

    Configuration and programming in STEP 7 8.3 Programming SIDOOR instructions Parameter channel (PKW) The parameter channel is only used actively when a parameter job mapped by the parameters PKW_NUM, PKW_IND, PKW_PWE and PKW_RETRY is started by a positive edge on PKW_REQ. Therefore, all "PKW" parameters can be set to "0" if the parameter channel is inactive or will not be used.
  • Page 258: Sidoor_sdat" Data Type

    Configuration and programming in STEP 7 8.3 Programming SIDOOR instructions 8.3.2 "SIDOOR_SDat" data type The "SIDOOR_SDat" data type maps the structure of the control words (slave → master). These are identical for the process image in the case of PROFIBUS and PROFINET. The terminal block assignments are specified in Process data (Page 285).
  • Page 259: Connecting And Commissioning

    Connecting and commissioning Overview of safety and commissioning WARNING Dangerous electrical voltage! When electrical devices are used, certain parts of them have to carry dangerous voltages. Failure to observe the operating instructions can therefore lead to serious injuries or material damage. Observe the operating instructions.
  • Page 260 Connecting and commissioning 9.1 Overview of safety and commissioning Working on the door drive WARNING Risk of injury due to dangerous electrical voltages and moving mechanical parts. Disconnect the door drive by unplugging the power plug from the power supply before you start work on the door drive.
  • Page 261 Connecting and commissioning 9.1 Overview of safety and commissioning WARNING Change to basic parameters There is no plausibility check of the basic parameters by the control unit when basic parameters are changed. Incorrect parameter assignment may result in undesirable travel behavior of the door.
  • Page 262 Connecting and commissioning 9.2 Preparing the control unit Overview of commissioning a door drive We recommend the following initial commissioning procedure for a door drive: Table 9- 1 Procedure for commissioning a door drive Step Procedure Reference Preparing the control unit Preparing the control unit (Page 263) section Connecting a geared motor to the control unit...
  • Page 263: Preparing The Control Unit

    Connecting and commissioning 9.2 Preparing the control unit Preparing the control unit Preparing the control unit for connection and installation 1. Nudge the door into the CLOSED position. 2. Open the housing cover. ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 264: Connecting A Geared Motor To The Control Unit

    Connecting and commissioning 9.3 Connecting a geared motor to the control unit Connecting a geared motor to the control unit Connecting a geared motor to the control unit 1. Connect the motor connector with slot X7 on the SIDOOR ATD4xxW control unit Note The X6 control inputs plug is not plugged in during commissioning in order to prevent uncontrolled movements.
  • Page 265 Connecting and commissioning 9.3 Connecting a geared motor to the control unit – Fasten the round connector in place with screws. Ensure that the round connector is screwed tightly in place to comply with IP56 degree of protection. ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...
  • Page 266: Connecting The Power Supply To The Network And Executing A Learn Run

    Connecting and commissioning 9.4 Connecting the power supply to the network and executing a learn run Connecting the power supply to the network and executing a learn Connecting the power supply to the network 1. Connect the power supply to the network. –...
  • Page 267: Connecting Digital Inputs

    Connecting and commissioning 9.5 Connecting digital inputs 6. The display on the controller is as follows: – The 7-segment display (H401) shows "H.". The decimal point in the 7-segment display (H401) flashes during the save process. The 7-segment display (H401) shows "u" when saving has finished. If a light barrier/pressure-sensitive edge (SIDOOR ATD4xxW) is used, the 7-segment display (H401) shows "0."...
  • Page 268: Commissioning The Control Unit On The Fieldbus

    Connecting and commissioning 9.6 Commissioning the control unit on the fieldbus Commissioning the control unit on the fieldbus Introduction If your control unit has a USS, PROFIBUS or PROFINET module, you can operate the control unit on each field bus with a higher-level controller. The following procedure describes how to commission a SIDOOR control unit on the respective fieldbus.
  • Page 269 Connecting and commissioning 9.6 Commissioning the control unit on the fieldbus Commissioning the control unit on PROFIBUS We recommend the following initial commissioning procedure for a control unit as DP slave on PROFIBUS DP: Table 9- 3 Procedure for commissioning the control unit as a DP slave on PROFIBUS DP Step Procedure See...
  • Page 270 Connecting and commissioning 9.6 Commissioning the control unit on the fieldbus Commissioning the control unit on PROFINET We recommend the following initial commissioning procedure for a control unit as IO device on PROFINET IO: Table 9- 4 Procedure for commissioning the control unit as an IO device on PROFINET IO Step Procedure See...
  • Page 271: Final Settings And Checks

    Connecting and commissioning 9.7 Final settings and checks Final settings and checks Final settings 1. Activate the application-specific relay module functionalities. (Optional, only for controllers with a relay module) Proceed as described in the section Relay module (Page 112). 2. Configure the connected sensor type. Proceed as described in the section Sensors and external sensor interface module (ATD4xxW) (Page 152).
  • Page 272 Connecting and commissioning 9.7 Final settings and checks Final checks Final check of the permissible energies and forces. WARNING Risk of injury due to moving mechanical parts Check permissible forces and energies after the door drive has been commissioned in the complete system and adjust them if they exceed their limit values.
  • Page 273: Diagnostic And Maintenance

    Diagnostic and maintenance 10.1 Operating state display Operating states are indicated on the "H401" 7-segment display or the "H1" digital display of the control unit. The SIDOOR ATD410W/ATD420W/ATD430W controllers additionally enable retrieval of status information via the parameter r2100 ("status code"). The following operating states are shown: Display Meaning...
  • Page 274: Fault Management

    Diagnostic and maintenance 10.2 Fault management Display Meaning Alarm Automatic extension of the hold-open time (motor protection) New motor type detected - learn run is required Parameter error (error during learn run) Master timeout Controller has no parameters and is waiting for learn run Reserve –...
  • Page 275: Maintenance

    Diagnostic and maintenance 10.3 Maintenance Alarms Remedying alarms Display Remedy If possible, the system's drive cycle time should be reduced. The new motor type must undergo a learn run. See Section Learn run (Page 29). P / _ It is imperative that a new learn run be performed during ongoing operation. Communication with the master system is interrupted.
  • Page 276: Appendices

    Appendices Structure of user data/process data The structure of the user data block in the telegram is independent of the specification of the USS/PROFINET/PROFIBUS specification used for data transfer. The structure (contents and structure) of the user/process data largely corresponds to the specifications for the cyclic data exchange of the PROFIBUS "variable-speed drives"...
  • Page 277: Parameter Interface

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data Length of the PKW and PZD areas The lengths of the PKW and PZD areas can be parameterized independently (p2022 (number of PZDs), p2023 (number of PKWs)). The master and slave communication partners have to agree on the lengths of the individual areas. ●...
  • Page 278: Parameter Id (pke)

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.1.1 Parameter ID (PKE) Overview Structure Table A- 1 Composition of the parameter ID (PKE) Area Bits Description Function 0 … 10 Parameter number Contains the rest of the parameter number Value range is defined from 0 to 1999. If parameter numbers ≥...
  • Page 279 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data Requirement ID (AK) In the following table, the abbreviation "W" is used for word (16 bits) and "DW" for double word (32 bits). Table A- 2 Requirement ID (master → slave) Requirement ID Description Response ID Dec.
  • Page 280 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data Response ID (AK) Table A- 3 Response ID (slave → master) Response ID Description Dec. Bit No response Transfer PWE (parameter value) Word Transfer PWE (parameter value) Double word Transfer PBE (parameter description element) Transfer PWE (parameter value) Array, word Transfer PWE (parameter value)
  • Page 281: Parameter Index (ind)

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.1.2 Parameter index (IND) Overview Structure The IND array (parameter index) is subdivided as follows: Table A- 5 IND structure Bit 15 Bit 14 Bit 13 Bit 12 Bit 11 Bit 10 Bit 9 Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6...
  • Page 282 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data Parameter page index The page index is used to select parameter pages. This enables the PNU value range to the extended (0 to 1999). The resulting parameter ID then has the value range from 0 to 65,999. The page index is coded in bits 10 to 15 of the high byte of IND.
  • Page 283: Parameter Value (pwe)

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.1.3 Parameter value (PWE) The number of PWEs can vary according to the configuration. The number can be configured in parameter p2023 (Number of PKWs). A PKW channel width of at least 3 words is required to transfer 16-bit values. This means that PWE1 is provided.
  • Page 284: Parameter Id

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.1.4 Parameter ID The parameter ID comprises the PNU (array within PKE) and the page index (array within IND). In general, the parameter ID name is simplified to just PNU (parameter number). SIDOOR controllers support parameter numbers in the range from 0 to 65535. The exact assignment of the parameter number is described in Section Parameter assignment (Page 174).
  • Page 285: Process Data

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.2 Process data Telegrams The type of telegram on the drive side defines which process data is to be transferred between master and slave. From the point of view of the slave, there are receive words and send words. The receive and send words comprise the following elements: ●...
  • Page 286: Stw1 - Control Word (ctrlw)

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.2.1 STW1 - control word (CtrlW) Control word -1 (STW1) is identical to the specification in the PROFIBUS profile "Variable- speed drives". Bits 0 to 10 correspond exactly to the specifications for the PROFIBUS profile "Variable- speed drives".
  • Page 287: Tsw0 - Technology Control Word 0

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data Control by PLC Control via PLC (master) Process data are marked as valid, and are thus accepted and effective No control via PLC (master) Process data invalid Local operation is possible Signs of life are excluded from this (master monitoring) Note: Do not set the bit to 1 until control is requested by the master (ZSW1 bit 9 = true) A.1.2.2 TSW0 - technology control word 0...
  • Page 288 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data DCMD expansion bits The door command expansion bits for the DCMD signal are located in the high byte (bits 8 to 15) of TSW1. Table A- 17 DCMD expansion bits Description Slow (see Section Slow driving curve profile (Page 48)) Automatic ImpulseStop (see Section Automatic ImpulseStop (Page 66)) NDG (second force and energy profile;...
  • Page 289: Tsw2 - Technology Control Word 2

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.2.4 TSW2 - technology control word 2 Table A- 18 Technology control word 2 (TSW2) TSW2 (as of V1.10) 9 … 0 14 ... 10 SBIT4 ... 0 DESTPOS The value of the target position for positioning mode is located in the bit 0 to bit 9 range of TSW2.
  • Page 290: Zsw1 - Status Word (statw)

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.2.5 ZSW1 - status word (StatW) Status word 1 (ZSW1) is identical to the specification in the PROFIBUS profile "Variable- speed drives". Bits 0 to 10 correspond exactly to the specifications for the PROFIBUS profile "Variable- speed drives".
  • Page 291 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data The following overview describes the relevant bits in status word 1. See also Figure 4-4 Sequential control state graph (Page 149). Table A- 22 Explanation of bits in ZSW1 Description Value Note Ready for switching Power supply switched on and system initialized Not ready for switch on Ready...
  • Page 292: Tzw0 - Technology Status Word 0

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.2.6 TZW0 - Technology status word 0 Technology status word 0 is not assigned for compatibility reasons. It serves as a placeholder. A.1.2.7 TZW1 - Technology status word 1 Table A- 23 Technology status word 1 (TZW1) TZW1 15 …...
  • Page 293 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data DMODE signal The DMODE signal is located in the low byte of TZW1 (bits 4 to 5). It has an enumerative structure and is assigned the door mode (DMODE) . Table A- 25 DMODE signal DMODE signal Name...
  • Page 294 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data DPOS signal The DPOS signal is located in the high byte of TZW1 (bits 9 to 15). It has an enumerative structure and is assigned the current door position (DPOS) in %. Table A- 28 DPOS signal DPOS signal Name...
  • Page 295: Tzw2 - Technology Status Word 2

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.2.8 TZW2 - Technology status word 2 Table A- 29 Technology status word 2 (TZW2) TZW2 15 … 11 10 … 9 7 … 6 5 … 3 2 … 0 Reserved ASStp ASDRV Reserved IMPDRVVelo...
  • Page 296 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data You will find further information about the IMPDRVIncr and IMPDRVVelo signals and the corresponding drive function in Section ImpulseDrive (Page 62). ASDRV signal The ASDRV signal is located in the high byte of TZW2 (bit 8). It has a binary structure. Table A- 32 ASDRV signal ASDRV signal...
  • Page 297: Tzw3, Tzw4, Tzw5 - Technology Status Words 3, 4, 5

    Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data A.1.2.9 TZW3, TZW4, TZW5 - Technology status words 3, 4, 5 The values monitored in the technology status words TZW3, TZW4 and TZW5 can be set via the parameters p4700, p4701 and p4702. Table A- 34 Value setting for TZW3, TZW4, TZW4 Parameter Value range...
  • Page 298 Appendices A.1 Structure of user data/process data Table A- 38 Data structure for value "D-OUT" TZW3, TZW4, TZW5 15 - 3 Reserved D-OUT Table A- 39 Bits "D-OUT" Group Meaning Comment D-OUT Output 1 Digital output "close" Output 2 Not available Output 3 Digital output "open"...
  • Page 299: Profiles And Adjustment Ranges

    Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges Profiles and adjustment ranges A.2.1 Profile name SIDOOR … Profile M3 R / L M4 R / L M5 R / L MDG180 R / L MDG400 R / L MDG400NMS R / L M3 default profile M4 default profile M5 default profile...
  • Page 300 Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges Parameter Parameter ID Unit Profile 1* Adjustment range ATD4xxW Deceleration ramp open p3674 mm/s 300 ... 1400 (V1.09): 250 ... 1400 (as of V1.10): 150 ... 1400 Reversal ramp open/close p3675 mm/s 1200 300 ... 1400 (V1.09): 250 ...
  • Page 301: Sidoor Mdg180 L / R

    Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges A.2.3 SIDOOR MDG180 L / R SIDOOR ATD4xxW See Table A-42 Parameters and adjustment range SIDOOR M3 L / R apply for the SIDOOR ATD4xxW controller (Page 299). SIDOOR ATD4xxW See Table A-42 Parameters and adjustment range SIDOOR M3 L / R apply for the SIDOOR ATD4xxW controller (Page 299), SIDOOR ATD4xxW column.
  • Page 302: Sidoor Mdg400 L / R

    Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges Parameter Parameter ID Unit Profile 1* Adjustment range ATD4xxW Reversal ramp open/close p3675 mm/s 1200 (V1.09): 250 ... 1400 (as of V1.10): 150 ... 1400 Acceleration ramp close p3676 mm/s 300 ... 1400 As of (V1.09): 250 ... 1400 Deceleration ramp close p3677...
  • Page 303: Sidoor Mdg400nms L / R

    Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges A.2.6 SIDOOR MDG400NMS L / R The following parameter values depend on the output transmission and are defined by the factor Maximum parameter values: ● Speeds: 999 mm/s As of V1.09: Velocities: 1500 mm/s ●...
  • Page 304 Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges Parameter Parameter ID Unit Profile 1* Adjustment range ATD4xxW Acceleration ramp open p3673 mm/s2 1300 300 … 1400*k1 250 … 1400*k1 (as of V1.09) Deceleration ramp open p3674 mm/s2 300 … k2 250 … k2 (V1.09) 150 …...
  • Page 305: Sidoor M5 L / R

    Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges A.2.7 SIDOOR M5 L / R Table A- 45 Parameters and adjustment range SIDOOR M5 L / R apply for the SIDOOR ATD4xxW controller Parameter Parameter ID Unit Profile 1* Adjustment range ATD4xxW Slow end distance p3660 0 …...
  • Page 306 Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges Parameter Parameter ID Unit Profile 1* Adjustment range ATD4xxW Deceleration ramp p3677 mm/s 300 … 650 close 250 … 650 (V1.09) 150 … 650 (as of V1.10) Reversal ramp p3678 mm/s 300 … 650 close/open 250 …...
  • Page 307: Sidoor Mdg700nms L / R

    Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges A.2.8 SIDOOR MDG700NMS L / R The following parameter values depend on the output transmission and are defined by the factor Maximum parameter values: ● Velocities: 999 mm/s As of V1.09: Velocities: 1500 mm/s ●...
  • Page 308 Appendices A.2 Profiles and adjustment ranges Parameter Parameter ID Unit Profile 1* Adjustment range ATD4xxW Deceleration ramp close p3677 mm/s2 150 … k2 Reversal ramp close/open p3678 mm/s2 150 … k2 Idle torque open p3679 0 … 2.5 Idle torque close p3680 0 …...
  • Page 309: Configuration Record

    Appendices A.3 Configuration record Configuration record Commissioning engineer Date Controller Industrial applications ☐ SIDOOR ATD401W ☐ SIDOOR ATD410W ☐ SIDOOR ATD420W ☐ SIDOOR ATD430W FW version: _____________ Motor ☐ SIDOOR M3 L/R ☐ SIDOOR MDG180 L/R ☐ SIDOOR M4 L/R ☐...
  • Page 310 Appendices A.3 Configuration record Parameter Unit Set value Slow end distance open Slow start distance open Slow start distance close Slow end distance close Maximum speed open mm/s Slow end speed open mm/s Slow start speed open mm/s Slow initial speed open mm/s Maximum speed close mm/s...
  • Page 311: Standards, Directives And Laws

    Appendices A.4 Standards, directives and laws Parameter Unit Set value Basic parameters (as of V1.09) Output transmission mm/rev Motor direction Pulse encoder direction Door width Dynamic mass Frictional force open Frictional force close Average friction current open Average friction current close Standards, directives and laws A.4.1 Safety...
  • Page 312: Emc

    USS protocol specification, Edition 09.94 by Walter Möller-Nehring, Siemens AG, ASI 1 D SP, Erlangen and Wolfgang Bohrer, Siemens AG, ASI 1 D SP, Erlangen PROFIBUS was defined in DIN 19245 in 1991/1993, changed to EN 50170 in 1996 and has been defined in IEC 61158/IEC 61784 since 1999.
  • Page 313: Application-specific Standards

    Appendices A.4 Standards, directives and laws A.4.4 Application-specific standards Power-operated guards EN 953:1997+A1:2009 Power-operated guards, type B standard Requirements for guards are described in detail in the product standard DIN EN 953. Particular attention must be paid to Section "5.2.5.2 Operating forces". Excerpt from EN 953:1997+A1:2009, Section 5.2.5.2: "Where guards are power operated they shall not be capable of causing injury (e.g.
  • Page 314: Protective Devices

    Appendices A.4 Standards, directives and laws A.4.5 Protective devices Electrosensitive protective equipment DIN EN 61496-1: Safety of machinery - Electrosensitive protective equipment – Part 1: General requirements and tests (IEC 61496-1:2004, mod. + A1:2007 + Corrigendum: 2008); German version EN 61496-1:2004 + A1:2008, type B standard This part defines the general requirements for design, production and testing of electrosensitive protective equipment (ESPE) that is specially designed for detection of persons as part of a safety-related system.
  • Page 315 Appendices A.4 Standards, directives and laws Two-hand control devices DIN EN 574:2008-12 Safety of machinery – Two-hand control devices – Functional aspects – Principles for design; German edition EN 574:1996+A1:2008 Chapters 6 describes the requirements for controllers Table A- 47 List of types of two-hand control devices and minimum safety requirements Requirements Clause...
  • Page 316: Service & Support

    The online catalog and the online ordering system can also be found at Industry Mall homepage (http://www.siemens.com/industrymall) Online support The Online support (http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support) gives you direct access to information about products, systems and services, as well as a large number of programming, configuration and application examples.
  • Page 317: Index

    Index DCOPS, 49 Deflector pulley, 215 Digital display, 166, 273 Door clutch holder, 216 7-segment display, 162, 273 Drive orders, 39 Driving curve, 169 Accessories, 21 Technical specifications, 201 Expert configuration Additional units, 24, 161 Function configuration, 75 Selection, 24 Lead times, 75 Alarms, 273, 275 Range restriction, 75...
  • Page 318 Index Initial mode, 52 Obstruction and reversing parameters (in the opening direction), 184 Other parameters, 177 Parameter assignment options, 161 Additional units, 167 Learn run Minimal editor, 161 During operation, 35 Terminal module, 165 When the line voltage is applied, 35 Parameter channel Learn run button, 162 Structure, 277...
  • Page 319 Index SIDOOR Service Tool, 253 Transformer, 229 S401, 162 Technology control word 0, 287 Sensor function test, 155 Technology control word 1, 287 Sequential control, 149 Technology control word 2, 289 Service & support, 316 Technology status word 0, 292 Service buttons, 161, 161 Technology status word 1, 292 CLOSE, 164...
  • Page 320 Index ATD4xxW Door Controller for Industrial Applications System Manual, 01/2017, A5E38080677-AB...

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