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Intelligent Platforms
Programmable Control Products
VersaPoint* I/O System
Profibus-DP NIU
User's Manual
March 2010
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GFK-1911B

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    Intelligent Platforms Programmable Control Products VersaPoint* I/O System Profibus-DP NIU User’s Manual GFK-1911B March 2010...

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    Features may be described herein which are not present in all hardware and software systems. GE Intelligent Platforms assumes no obligation of notice to holders of this document with respect to changes subsequently made.

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    Contact Information If you purchased this product through an Authorized Channel Partner, please contact the seller directly. General Contact Information Online technical support and h ttp://www.ge-ip.com/support 1 H 2 H GlobalCare Additional information h ttp://www.ge-ip.com/ Solution Provider s olutionprovider.ip@ge.com Technical Support...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Introduction ................... 1-1 Features ..........................1-2 Advantages ........................1-2 I/O Station Capacity....................1-2 What’s In This Manual....................... 1-3 Other Documents You’ll Need................... 1-4 Example Plant ........................1-5 Chapter 2 The Profibus NIU..................2-1 The Profibus System ......................2-2 Typical Profibus-DP VersaPoint I/O Station .............

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    Contents Connectors ......................3-12 Module Dimensions......................3-14 Chapter 4 Installation....................4-1 Parts of a VersaPoint I/O Station ..................4-2 End Plate ........................4-2 End Clamps ......................4-2 Planning Module Sequence in the I/O Station ..........................4-3 Locations for Analog Modules .................. 4-3 Power for the Station......................

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    Contents Connecting Analog Devices ................... 4-22 Connecting Field Devices to an Analog Input Module ........... 4-22 Connecting a Thermocouple Analog Input Module ..........4-22 Connecting Field Devices to an Analog Output Module......... 4-23 Danger of creating ground loops! ................4-23 Connection of actuators for Signal Cables Longer than 10 Meters (32.8 Ft) ...........................

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    Contents Configuring the Profibus Master................7-3 Configuring Profibus Parameters for the Profibus Master CPU ....... 7-5 Network Settings for the Profibus Master..............7-6 Adding the Profibus NIU to the IC693CPU366 Master Configuration ................7-8 Configuring the Modules in the I/O Station ............... 7-9 Configuring Module Data Areas ................

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    Contents Appendix A Reference Data..................A-1 I/O Station Information ......................A-2 Ambient Conditions ......................A-3 Mechanical Demands......................A-4 Noise Immunity Test ......................A-4 Electrical Specifications ....................A-5 Cables ..........................A-7 I/O Modules ........................A-7 Air and Creepage Distances .....................A-8 Test Voltages ........................A-9 Appendix B Glossary ....................B-1 Appendix C Output Module Derating ................C-1 Power Loss of the Housing Within the Operating Temperature Range Depending on the Ambient Temperature ....................C-2...

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    Contents VersaPoint™ I/O System Profibus-DP NIU User’s Manual– August 2005 GFK-1911B...

  • Page 11: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Introduction Chapter The VersaPoint product family is a modular automation system. With VersaPoint modules you can easily add one module to the next and build functional units that meet your automation requirements exactly. A set of interconnected VersaPoint I/O modules can be selected to suit the application, and connected as a slave on a Profibus-DP network.

  • Page 12: Features

    Features Characteristic VersaPoint features are: – Modules can be easily installed/interconnected without tools. – Automatic creation of isolated groups, current, data, and safety circuits – Open, flexible, and modular structure – Modules of varying point counts can be combined to create a VersaPoint station that optimizes unit space while minimizing unit cost.

  • Page 13: What's In This Manual

    What’s In This Manual This manual contains the instructions and reference information needed to plan and install a VersaPoint I/O Station on a Profibus-DP network. Chapter 1 is a quick introduction to VersaPoint. Chapter 2. The Profibus NIU, describes the Profibus Network Interface Unit module, which connects the VersaPoint I/O Station to the Profibus network.

  • Page 14: Other Documents You'll Need

    Other Documents You’ll Need These documents are available online at http://www.ge-ip.com/, and on the Infolink for PLC document library on CDs (catalog number IC690CDR002). Check the GE website for the most up-to-date document versions and other important product information. Module Number...

  • Page 15: Example Plant

    Example Plant The following example provides an illustration of how the VersaPoint I/O System may be applied. This example highlights the distributed nature of the VersaPoint product line as well as its ability to fit a variety of difficult applications within a single system. GFK-1911B Chapter 1 Introduction...

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    Key: Plant control Material removal area 1 Press Punching device Material removal area 2 Welding robot Material area 3 1, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12 VersaPoint™ stations 2, 4, 7, 8,13 Motor starter Robot controller Emergency stop switch This example is a schematic diagram of a plant which is controlled by a host computer.

  • Page 17: Chapter 2 The Profibus Niu

    The Profibus NIU Chapter This section describes the Profibus Network Interface Unit module IC220PBI002. ▪ The Profibus System ▪ Typical Profibus-DP VersaPoint I/O Station ▪ Structure of a VersaPoint I/O Station ▪ The Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit ▪ Features ▪ Items Used with the NIU ▪...

  • Page 18: The Profibus System

    The Profibus System Profibus is a serial bus system for data transmission between control systems and distributed input and output modules, to which sensors and actuators are connected. Profibus has a star tree structure. In the Profibus topology the single bus devices can be differentiated by means of their addressing.

  • Page 19: Structure Of A Versapoint I/o Station

    Structure of a VersaPoint I/O Station A VersaPoint station with a Profibus NIU consists of: – (1) End clamps (part number IC220ACC313, supplied with the NIU) – (2) Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit – (3) Modules appropriate to the application – (4) End plate (supplied with the NIU) GFK-1911B Chapter 2 The Profibus NIU...

  • Page 20: The Profibus-dp Network Interface Unit

    The Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit The VersaPoint ™ Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit (NIU), IC220PBI002, is the link between Profibus-DP and the VersaPoint station. This module is an enhanced version of the earlier Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit module IC220PBI001, which it replaces. Differences between the two versions are explained below. Features The Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit has the following properties: –...

  • Page 21: Comparison Of Features

    Comparison of Features The table below compares features of module IC220PBI02 in DP/V1 mode or DP/V0 mode (as selected with DIP switch 8) with the features of module IC220PBI001. Feature IC220PBI002 in IC220PBO002 IC220PB001 DP/V1 mode in DP/V0 mode PCP module operation DPV1 Read and DP/V1 Write support (acyclic communication) Class 1 and Class 2 masters...

  • Page 22: Items Used With The Niu

    Items Used with the NIU The Profibus NIU comes with an end plate, the latest GSD file, and one set of end clamps. The end plate is installed at the end of the VersaPoint station, after the last module. It protects the station from electrostatic discharge and the user from dangerous voltage.

  • Page 23: Connectors On The Niu

    The NIU does not have an integrated resistor of this type. Many Profibus connectors are available with an integrated, switchable resistor. Please contact your GE Intelligent Platforms distributor to determine availability. GFK-1911B...

  • Page 24: Power Connector

    Power Connector A power connector (IC220TBK087), ordered separately, is used to make power and ground connections to the NIU. Pin assignments for this connector are listed below: Assignment of the NIU terminal points Terminal Assignment 1.1, 2.1 Segment supply (+24VDC) Main supply, NIU supply, communications power and 1.2, 2.2 interface supply (+24VDC)

  • Page 25: Dip Switches On The Niu

    DIP Switches on the NIU The 10-position DIP switch on the NIU module is used to set the Profibus address. In addition, switch 8 can be used to select the operating mode of Profibus NIU IC220PBI002. For model PBI001, the same switch specifies the error response of the NIU.

  • Page 26: Leds On The Niu

    LEDS on the NIU The diagnostic LEDs on the NIU indicate the type and location of errors. The module is functioning correctly if all of the green LEDs are on. Once errors have been removed, the indicators immediately display the current status.

  • Page 27: Dpv1 Communications For Profibus Niu Ic220pbi002

    DPV1 Communications for Profibus NIU IC220PBI002 If the DP/V1 communications features of Profibus NIU IC220PBI002 are enabled by configuration and if DIP switch 8 on the module is set to the On position, the NIU supports enhanced DP/V1 communications with the master. DP/V1 expands the cyclic data exchange function according to IEC 61158 to include acyclic services.

  • Page 28: Niu Specifications

    NIU Specifications General Housing dimensions 91mm x 120mm x 71.5mm (width x height x depth) (2.874in. x 4.724in. x 2.795in.) Degree of protection IP 20 according to IEC 60529 Class of protection Class 3 according to VDE 0106, IEC 60536 System Information Number of devices per station 63, maximum...

  • Page 29: Chapter 3 Versapoint Modules

    VersaPoint Modules Chapter This chapter describes the parts and dimensions of VersaPoint modules. ▪ Modules in a VersaPoint Station ▪ Parts of a VersaPoint Module ▪ The Electronics Base ▪ Diagnostics and Status Indicators ▪ Connectors ▪ Module Labeling ▪ Module Dimensions GFK-1911B...

  • Page 30: Modules In A Versapoint Station

    Modules in a VersaPoint Station A VersaPoint I/O Station begins with a Network Interface Unit (NIU). The NIU module is the first module on the DIN rail, at the left end of the I/O Station. It is shown here with the required grounding to the DIN rail. See chapter 2 for more information about the Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit.

  • Page 31: Input/output Modules

    Input/Output Modules Many different types of I/O modules are available. This enables you to build the station in a modular way so that it meets the application’s requirements. Example of a digital input module: IC220MDL642 Terminal Points Depending on the module, input/output modules have terminal points to accommodate 2-, 3-, and 4-wire sensors or actuators.

  • Page 32: Power Losses For I/o Modules

    Interfacing to Functional Earth Ground (FE) There is no interfacing to functional earth ground (FE) in the module, i.e. no direct connection is made with FE when the module is mounted on a grounded DIN rail. Grounding A module is grounded via the voltage jumper FE when snapping it onto the previous module.

  • Page 33: Analog Modules

    Analog Modules Shield The connectors of analog modules have a special shield connection to shield the cables. Configuration The modules for analog signals operate with a set of default parameters unless they are reconfigured for the application. Each module’s defaults are listed in its datasheet.

  • Page 34: Power Terminal Modules

    Power Terminal Modules Power Terminal modules can be placed in an I/O Station to provide additional power, to electrically isolate different circuits, or to create areas with different voltages (ie: 24VDC versus 120VAC) within a station. Multiple Power Terminal modules can be used in an I/O station. A Power Terminal module supplies voltage for both the main circuit and the segment circuit.

  • Page 35: Segment Terminal Modules

    Segment Terminal Modules Segment Terminal modules can be used to create a segment circuit within the main circuit. The segment circuit allows the separate supply of power outputs (e.g., motor contactors), digital actuators, and digital sensors. With a segment terminal you can also control the segment circuit and switch it on or off, e.g., using emergency stop loops.

  • Page 36: Parts Of A Versapoint Module

    Parts of a VersaPoint Module A VersaPoint I/O or power module consists of an electronics base and plug- in connector. VersaPoint™ I/O System Profibus-DP NIU User’s Manual – August 2005 GFK-1911B...

  • Page 37: The Electronics Base

    The Electronics Base The electronics base holds the entire electronics for the VersaPoint module and the voltage and data routing. As all the modules are snapped onto the DIN rail, there is a secure interface between the modules. Voltage and current for station operation are routed through the jumpers on each module, which are indicated in the following illustration.

  • Page 38: Diagnostic And Status Indicators

    Diagnostic and Status Indicators All modules have diagnostic and status indicators for rapid local error diagnostics. The diagnostic indicators (red/green) indicate the status of the modules. A module is operating normally if all its Diagnostic (D) LEDs are solid green. The status indicators (yellow) display the status of the relevant inputs/outputs for the connected device.

  • Page 39: Status Leds And I/o Points

    Status LEDs and I/O Points The illustration below shows the relationship between the status LEDs on a module and the module inputs or outputs. In general, an I/O module's status LEDs appear over their associated terminals. In cases where two I/O points are terminated in the same column (for 4 and 16 point modules), the LED's relative position (top or bottom) indicates the I/O point it is associated with.

  • Page 40: Connectors

    Connectors The connection of the I/O or supply voltages is made by using a connector that can be plugged on or off the modules. Connector Types The following connector types are available: (1) Standard connector (IC220TBK082, 085, 087) The standard connector is used for the connection of two signals in 4-wire format (e.g., digital input/output signals).

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    Internal Structure of the Connector Standard connector (IC220TBK082, 085) Connector for power and segment terminals (IC220TBK087) Shield connector (IC220TBK061) for analog modules Extended connector (IC220TBK122, TBK123) The dark lines shown on connectors B and D above indicate jumper connections. These jumpers are internal to the connectors. The shield connector is jumpered through the shield connection.

  • Page 42: Module Dimensions

    Module Dimensions The module dimensions are determined by the dimensions of the electronics base and the dimensions of the connector. When a connector is plugged in, each module depth is 71.5mm (2.795 in.). The height of the module depends on the connector used. Single Housing Double Housing Wide Housing...

  • Page 43: Chapter 4 Installation

    Installation Chapter This chapter describes basic VersaPoint module installation and cable connections. Please refer to chapter 5 for more information about power connections for the I/O Station. ▪ Parts of a VersaPoint I/O Station ▪ Planning module sequence in the I/O Station ▪...

  • Page 44: Parts Of A Versapoint I/o Station

    Install end clamps on both ends of the station to hold it in place on the DIN rail. End clamps are supplied with the NIU. If additional clamps are required, they are available as GE Intelligent Platforms part number IC220ACC313. VersaPoint™ I/O System Profibus-DP NIU User’s Manual – August 2005...

  • Page 45: Planning Module Sequence In The I/o Station

    Planning Module Sequence in the I/O Station The NIU is the first module in the station. The sequence of the other modules should be planned carefully. Within a main circuit, place the I/O modules with the highest current consumption (U ) first.

  • Page 46: Power For The Station

    Power for the Station The Profibus NIU receives power from the Profibus connection. This Profibus power supplies the NIU, and can also supply the logic and analog power for the I/O Station. A station may also include one or more Power Terminal and Segment Terminal modules.

  • Page 47: Electrical Isolation

    Electrical isolation If electrical isolation is required between logic and I/O you must provide the NIU supply U and the I/O supply U from separate power supplies. If various electrically isolated areas are required within a VersaPoint station, additional power terminals that draw their current from separate power supplies must be used.

  • Page 48: Setting The Niu Switches

    Setting the NIU Switches Configure the hardware using the 10-position DIP switch on the NIU module. Switches Meaning 1 to 7 Profibus Address in binary format (= 0 to 127 in decimal format) Switch 1 defines the least significant bit (2 ) and switch 7 defines the most significant bit (2 For Module IC220PBI002: Sets the operating mode.

  • Page 49: Keying Connectors And Modules

    Keying Connectors and Modules You can prevent the mismating of any connector by keying the base and the connector using module keys (ordered separately, IC220ACC005 quantity 100). A. Plug a coding key into the keyway in the base (1) and turn it away from the small plate.

  • Page 50: Installing Modules On The Din Rail

    Installing Modules on the DIN Rail Mount modules side by side on a 35mm (1.378 in.) standard DIN rail. ▪ First, attach the electronics bases to the DIN rail by pushing the base straight- in towards the rail (1). Be sure that all featherkeys and keyways on adjacent modules are interlocked (2).

  • Page 51: Removing Modules

    Removing Modules When removing a module, follow the steps shown below: ▪ If there is a module label present, remove it (A-1, below). If the module has more than one Terminal Strip, all of the these must be removed. The following describes how a single-slot module is removed. Lift the Terminal Strip by pressing on the connector latch (A-2).

  • Page 52: Connecting Unshielded Cables

    Connecting Unshielded Cables Unshielded cables for I/O devices and supply voltages are connected using the spring-clamp terminals. Signals up to 250VAC/DC and 5A with a conductor cross- section of 0.2mm to 1.5mm (AWG24 – 16) can be connected. For terminal assignments, please consult the appropriate module data sheet. Follow these steps when wiring: ▪...

  • Page 53: Connecting Shielded Cables

    Connecting Shielded Cables Observe the following when installing shielding: ▪ Strip the outer cable sheath to the desired length (#1a below). The appropriate length depends on the connection position of the wires and whether there should be a large or a small space between the connection point and the shield connection.

  • Page 54: Repositioning The Shield Clamp

    ▪ Close the shield connector (#5 above). ▪ Fasten the screws for the shield connector using a screwdriver. (#6 above). Repositioning the Shield Clamp The shield clamp (2a, below) in the shield connector can be adjusted to accommodate thin or thick cable. The shield connection is delivered with the clamp positioned for the connection of thicker cables (#2 below).

  • Page 55: Grounding

    Required Additional Grounding To ensure a reliable ground connection even if the DIN rail is dirty or the metal clip damaged, GE Intelligent Platforms recommends grounding the NIU to a DIN rail-mounted grounding terminal block, via the FE terminal point.

  • Page 56: Installing The Profibus Cable

    Installing the Profibus Cable When laying the Profibus cable, note the following: ▪ Do not lay signal and bus cables parallel to power cables or in bundles with power cables. ▪ Lay Profibus cables and cables with direct voltages > 60V and alternating voltages >...

  • Page 57: The Profibus Cable Connector

    The Profibus Cable Connector Most Profibus devices, including the VersaPoint Network Interface Unit, provide the Profibus standard female 9-pin D subminiature connectors. Cable connectors are available from Siemens parts distributors as "Profibus 9-pin D connectors". These connectors provide termination resistors and a switch on the connector to enable/disable termination.

  • Page 58: Bus Termination

    Bus Termination Termination resistors are needed, as defined in DIN 19245 Part 1 section 3.1.2.5. Master Slave Slave Slave Slave Slave Termination Required (Segment 1) One terminator must be applied at each end of a network segment. R epeater M aster Slave S lave Slave...

  • Page 59: Connecting Power At The Niu

    Connecting Power at the NIU Terminal Assignment Segment supply (+24VDC) 1.1, 2.1 1.2, 2.2 Main supply, NIU supply, communications power and interface supply (+24VDC) Reference potential 1.3, 2.3 1.4, 2.4 Functional earth ground (FE) Providing the 24V Segment Supply (U ) at the NIU You can supply/generate the segment voltage at the NIU or a Power Terminal module.

  • Page 60: Replacing Power And Segment Terminal Fuses

    Replacing Power and Segment Terminal Fuses For VersaPoint Power and Segment Terminal modules that have built-in fusing, if a fuse is not present or defective, you must insert or exchange the fuse. Follow the steps below to replace a fuse: 1.

  • Page 61: Connecting Sensors And Actuators

    Connecting Sensors and Actuators Each module-specific data sheet indicates the appropriate Terminal Strip(s) for that module. Connecting Discrete Devices VersaPoint discrete modules allow the connection of sensors and actuators in 2- wire, 3-wire, or 4-wire technology (ability varies by module). A single Terminal Strip can support the following connection methods: –...

  • Page 62: Connecting 2-wire Discrete Sensors And Actuators

    Connecting 2-Wire Discrete Sensors and Actuators Example A below shows the connection of a 2-wire sensor. The sensor signal is carried to the module point IN1. Sensor power is supplied through the voltage U Example B below shows the connection of an actuator. The actuator power is supplied through output OUT1.

  • Page 63: Connecting 4-wire Discrete Sensors And Actuators

    Connecting 4-Wire Discrete Sensors and Actuators Example A below shows the connection of a shielded 3-wire sensor. The sensor signal is carried to the module point IN1. The sensor is supplied with power using the module points U and GND. The sensor is grounded with the FE (Functional Earth Ground) module point.

  • Page 64: Versapointâ„¢ I/o System Profibus-dp Niu User's Manual- August 2005 Gfk-1911b

    Connecting Analog Devices Refer to the module datasheets for detailed instructions when connecting analog sensors and actuators. For maximum noise immunity, always use shielded, twisted-pair cables. Connecting Field Devices to an Analog Input Module For an analog input module: ▪ Within the module, grounding is connected with FE through an RC element ▪...

  • Page 65: Connecting Field Devices To An Analog Output Module

    Connecting Field Devices to an Analog Output Module For maximum noise immunity, always connect analog actuators with shielded, twisted-pair cables. For an analog output module: ▪ Connect the shield to the shield connector as described previously. ▪ When connecting the shield with FE potential, ensure a large surface connection.

  • Page 66: Module Labeling

    Module Labeling You can identify the slots, terminal points, and connections using point labels and module labels. Various options are available for labeling slots and module points: Each Terminal Strip can be labeled individually with point labels (numbered labels: IC220ACC003 numbered 1-100, qty 10 sets, or blank labels: IC220ACC004, qty 1000).

  • Page 67: Chapter 5 Power For The Station

    Power for the Station Chapter This section explains how power is utilized by the station and routed among the modules. Supply of the Profibus Network Interface Unit The Logic Circuit The Analog Circuit The Main Circuit Segment Circuit Example of a Circuit Diagram Electrical Isolation Electrical Isolation: Profibus Electrical Isolation: I/O...

  • Page 68: Supply Of The Profibus-dp Network Interface Unit

    Supply of the Profibus-DP Network Interface Unit Logic and field power are distributed among VersaPoint I/O modules on several dedicated power circuits. These are: The main power circuit (U ), which powers all modules that do not need to be separately switchable from the main circuit.

  • Page 69: The Logic Circuit: U

    The Logic Circuit: U The logic circuit with communications power U starts at the NIU. The logic circuit is fed through all modules of a station. The logic circuit cannot be supplied via another supply terminal. Function: Logic Circuit U Provides the communications power for all modules in the station.

  • Page 70: The Main Circuit: U

    The Main Circuit: U The main circuit with the main power U starts at the NIU or a power terminal. Segment Terminal Power Terminal is fed through all subsequent modules until it reaches the next power terminal. A new circuit that is electrically isolated from the previous one begins at the next power terminal.

  • Page 71: Segment Circuit: U

    Segment Circuit: U A segment circuit or auxiliary circuit with segment voltage U starts at the NIU or at a supply terminal (power terminal or segment terminal). It is fed through all subsequent modules as far as the next supply terminal. Segment Terminal Power Terminal Function of U...

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    Example of a Circuit Diagram The diagram below shows part of a VersaPoint I/O Station. Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 Module Type Part Number Max. Current Consumption of the Example Terminal from U Network Interface Unit IC220PBI001 Discrete output module IC220MDL753 Discrete output module IC220MDL721...

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    Segment 1 The NIU supply and the main supply U are supplied at the NIU (1). The supply voltage of the logic U and the supply voltage of the analog modules U are generated from the NIU supply (U and U are not considered in the figure).

  • Page 74: Electrical Isolation

    Electrical Isolation The Profibus-DP NIU and the VersaPoint system have a defined voltage and grounding concept. This avoids an undesirable effect on I/O devices in the logic area, suppresses undesirable compensating currents and increases noise immunity. Electrical Isolation: Profibus The Profibus interface is electrically isolated from the station electronics. The shield of the Profibus cable is directly connected with the function earth ground spring (FE spring), which is located on the bottom of the NIU.

  • Page 75: Electrical Isolation: Discrete Modules

    Electrical Isolation: Discrete Modules Isolation of the I/O circuit of a discrete module from the communications power is only ensured if a separate IC220PWR001 power terminal is used and the voltages for the power terminal and the NIU are provided by isolated power supply units. The 24V power supply units must not be connected to one another.

  • Page 76: Electrical Isolation: Analog Module

    Electrical isolation: Analog module The I/O circuit of an analog module receives electrically isolated power from the 24V supply voltage U . The power supply unit with electrical isolation is a component of an analog module. The voltage U is carried through in each module and is available to the next module.

  • Page 77: Electrical Isolation: Other

    Electrical isolation: Other Other electrical isolation depends on how the supply voltages are provided. For instance, electrical isolation can be provided by inserting a new 24V supply using a power terminal. During this process the 24V power supply units must not be connected to one another.

  • Page 78: Versapoint Power Consumption Example

    VersaPoint Power Consumption Example When configuring a VersaPoint Station it is important to consider the current requirements of each module in the I/O system. These current requirements are described in the module-specific data sheets. As noted previously: If the current load limit is reached at U or U a new Power Terminal must be inserted...

  • Page 79

    The current requirements for U and U are within the supply capability of the Profibus NIU. The current requirement of U exceeds the supply capability of the NIU, so additional power terminals must be used. The number of additional power terminals to be used depends on the arrangement of the modules.

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    5-14 VersaPoint™ I/O System Profibus-DP NIU User’s Manual – August 2005 GFK-1911B...

  • Page 81: Chapter 6 Diagnostics

    Diagnostics Chapter This chapter describes in detail the indications of the NIU and module LEDs, as well as additional diagnostics features of the VersaPoint station. ▪ Local diagnostics ▪ Profibus NIU ▪ VersaPoint modules ▪ Local diagnostics example ▪ Diagnostics available on the Profibus Master ▪...

  • Page 82: Local Diagnostics

    Local Diagnostics Diagnostics information is provided by LEDs on the Profibus NIU and the modules attached to it. In general, the I/O Station is operating correctly if all diagnostic LEDs are constantly lit and green. If any LEDs are red or blinking, refer to the diagnostics information below.

  • Page 83: Possible Led Combinations

    Possible LED combinations Error Remedy Voltage supply U and U Check voltage supply U absent Voltage supply U absent Check voltage supply U Voltage supply U absent Check voltage supply U No error, everything OK Correct Profibus address No communication on on the NIU Profibus Correct Profibus master...

  • Page 84: Determining The Error Cause And Remedy From The Niu Leds

    Determining the Error Cause and Remedy from the NIU LEDs The type of error and the error number can be determined using the FS and FN LEDs on the NIU. ▪ FS ON: the number of flashing pulses on FN indicates the type of error. ▪...

  • Page 85

    Error Type Error No. Meaning Remedy (FS on, # of (FS off, # of FN pulses) FN pulses) Configuration Errors on Profibus (CHK_CFG telegram) Not all VersaPoint modules Add extra modules to the that are present have been configuration. configured. More VersaPoint modules Remove the extra modules have been configured than...

  • Page 86

    Error Type Error No. Meaning Remedy (FS on, # of (FS off, # of FN pulses) FN pulses) Configuration Errors on Profibus (CHK_CFG telegram) continued The ID code of the Determine the exact error location configured VersaPoint using the device-specific module does not diagnostics in your control correspond with the ID...

  • Page 87

    Error Type Error No. Meaning Remedy (FS on, # of (FS off, # of FN pulses) FN pulses) Configuration Errors in the VersaPoint Station The VersaPoint module Determine the exact error location is not enabled for using the device-specific operation on the NIU. diagnostics in your control system.

  • Page 88

    Error Type Error No. Meaning Remedy (FS on, # of (FS off, # FN pulses) of FN pulses) Errors Within the Station An error has occurred Determine the exact error location during data transmission locally using the LEDs or the between the VersaPoint device-specific diagnostics in your modules (data IN).

  • Page 89

    Error Type Error No. Meaning Remedy (FS on, # of (FS off, # FN pulses) of FN pulses) Module Errors An error has occurred in The station and the VersaPoint your I/O circuit (e.g., module where the I/O error has short-circuit or overload at occurred can be located using the the actuator).

  • Page 90: Power And Segment Module Leds

    Power and Segment Module LEDs On Power and Segment Modules with fusing, the green LED indicates that the main or segment voltage is present. In the case of fused modules (illustration right above), the green LED indicates the main voltage is present at the line side of the fuse.

  • Page 91: I/o Module Leds

    I/O Module LEDs I/O modules have both diagnostic (1) and status (2) LEDs. All input/output module LEDs are electrically located in the logic area. Diagnostics LEDs on I/O Modules The diagnostic indicators (red/green) indicate the status of the modules. A module is operating normally if its diagnostic LED (D) is on and green.

  • Page 92: Local Diagnostics Example

    Local Diagnostics Example The following example provides an indication of how the module LEDs of a VersaPoint station will react in the presence of different types of errors. Two specific errors are shown, an I/O error and a backplane error. Example Station for Error Identification Modules used in the example station: IC220PBI001...

  • Page 93

    The example below shows error states. Either errors have been detected on module 5 or module 4 has broken down. The illustration below shows the behavior of the diagnostic indicators on the adjacent modules. A No error B I/O error C Backplane error LED on or flashing at 0.5Hz / 2Hz / 4Hz (On / slow / medium / fast)

  • Page 94: Diagnostics On The Profibus Master

    Diagnostics on the Profibus Master The error information sent in the diagnostic telegram from the Network Interface Unit to the Profibus master can be displayed using the control system’s specific diagnostic tools. These are "standard diagnostics" and "device-specific diagnostics". The meaning of the data reported in this telegram is given in this section.

  • Page 95

    Detailed Explanation for Station Status 1 to 3 Station status 1 to 3 indicates the state of a DP slave. Structure of station status 1 (byte 0) Value Meaning, Cause Remedy The DP slave is not Is the correct Profibus address set on addressed by the DP master the DP slave? Is the bus connector connected?

  • Page 96

    Structure of station status 2 (byte 1) Value Meaning The DP slave must be parameterized again. A diagnostic error message has been generated. The DP slave will not operate until the error has been removed (static diagnostic message). The bit always has the value 1 if the DP slave with this Profibus address is present.

  • Page 97: Profibus - Device-specific Diagnostics (for Niu Model Ic670pbi002)

    Profibus – Device-Specific Diagnostics (For NIU Model IC670PBI002) Byte Meaning Explanation Profibus standard diagnostics Station status 1 Station status 2 Station status 3 Profibus master address manufacturer identification high manufacturer identification high byte byte manufacturer identification low manufacturer identification low byte byte 09 H header byte...

  • Page 98: Profibus - Device-specific Diagnostics (for Niu Model Ic670pbi001)

    Profibus – Device-Specific Diagnostics (For NIU Model IC670PBI001) Byte Meaning Explanation Profibus standard diagnostics 0A H header byte Number of device-specific diagnostic bytes 00 H Diagnostics version Firmware revision This contains the firmware version in ASCII code. Example: 0x45 corresponds to revision "E". Error type For information about error type, see “Determining the Error Cause and Remedy”...

  • Page 99: Module Diagnostics, Niu Model Ic670pbi002

    Module Diagnostics, NIU Model IC670PBI002 Byte No. Value Description Bytes 0 to 5 PROFIBUS standard diagnostics Byte 6 Header Byte 7 0 to 255 Module 1 to 8 Byte 8 0 to 255 Module 9 to 16 Byte 9 0 to 255 Module 17 to 24 Byte 10 0 to 255...

  • Page 100

    6-20 VersaPoint™ I/O System Profibus-DP NIU User’s Manual – August 2005 GFK-1911B...

  • Page 101: Chapter 7 Configuration

    Configuration Chapter This section describes the configuration options of the VersaPoint Profibus NIU. ▪ Powerup Autoconfiguration ▪ Configuration of the Profibus Master ▪ Example Configuration ▪ Dynamic Configuration GFK-1911B...

  • Page 102: Powerup Autoconfiguration Of The Niu

    Powerup Autoconfiguration of the NIU The NIU’s baud rate and I/O module map are automatically set when the NIU powers up. On powerup the Profibus NIU identifies the baud rate setting of the Profibus master and automatically adjusts to match. The NIU can communicate at network speeds of 9.6kbps to 12mbps.

  • Page 103: Configuration Of The Profibus Master

    Configuration of the Profibus Master Profibus-DP is normally a single master system. This master is typically a communications card installed in a Programmable Logic Controller, industrial PC, or other controller (Drive, Computer Numerical Control, etc.). In each case these masters require configuration information for the attached Profibus Slaves to be input.

  • Page 104

    this location. When a slave reports diagnostic data, the application program can read it using a Get Device Diagnostics COMMREQ c. Assigning memory references for the optional SyncFreeze output bits that the master can use to synchronize groups of remote I/O stations.

  • Page 105: Configuring Profibus Parameters For The Profibus Master Cpu

    Configuring Profibus Parameters for the Profibus Master CPU The Profibus parameters configure the operation of the embedded Profibus master of the CPU366. Slave Status Bit Starting address for the consumed range used to receive the slave status bits. Array Address Select a non-overlapping range in %AI, %I, %Q, %G, %AQ, %R, %T, or %M.

  • Page 106: Network Settings For The Profibus Master

    DPV1 Status Starting address of a 32-bit (2-word) produced range used to receive the station address of a slave that has sent a DPV1 Alarm message. If another slave sends a DPV1 Alarm message, it is ignored until the first one has been serviced, and will then appear in a subsequent scan.

  • Page 107

    Highest Station The highest possible station address for any active station on the network. This affects how much time is spent soliciting for new Profibus master devices. Default is 126. Token Rotation The maximum target token rotation time for the network, expressed in t_bits (and Time milliseconds).

  • Page 108: Adding The Profibus Niu To The Ic693cpu366 Master Configuration

    Adding the Profibus NIU to the IC693CPU366 Master Configuration 1. In the Navigator window, right click the Master (IC693CPU366 for this example), and choose Add Slave. The Slave Catalog dialog box appears. 2. Select the VersaPoint NIU and click OK. This adds the VersaPoint NIU to the Master configuration.

  • Page 109: Configuring The Modules In The I/o Station

    Configuring the Modules in the I/O Station After adding the Profibus NIU to the configuration for the Master, add the modules in the I/O Station, in the same sequence they occupy in the hardware installation. Select the Modules tab and click Add. The Select New Module dialog box appears.

  • Page 110: Configuring Module Data Areas

    After adding all the modules in the I/O Station, click OK. The modules appear under the slave node in the Hardware Configuration. Configuring Module Data Areas Configuring the modules’ data areas assigns to each module in the VersaPoint I/O Station the appropriate types of memory references for its input and/or output data.

  • Page 111

    Data Area Parameters Area This value is an index beginning at 1. Read-only. Type Specifies whether the data is input or output as well as type, digital or analog. Value can be Digital In, Analog In, Digital Out, or Analog Out. Specifies the memory area that is used to map the data area.

  • Page 112: Byte Rotation For 16-point Discrete Modules

    Byte Rotation for 16-Point Discrete Modules Default Byte 0 Byte 1 Format Rotated Byte1 Byte 0 Format Slot Module 2.4 1.4 2.1 1.1 2.4 1.4 2.1 1.1 2.4 1.4 2.1 1.1 2.4 1.4 2.1 1.1 point Byte Rotation for 32-Point Discrete Modules By default channels 1 - 8 (slot.x) are on byte n+3 and channels 9 - 16 (slot 2.x) are on byte n+2, channels 17 - 24 (slot 3.x) are on byte n+1, and channels 25 - 32 (slot4.x) are on byte n.

  • Page 113: Configuring Dp-v1 Settings For The Profibus Niu

    Configuring DP-V1 Settings for the Profibus NIU 1. In the Properties window, click the button in the DPV1 Settings field. The PROFIBUS DPV1 Setup dialog box appears. PROFIBUS DPV1 Setup Parameters The default values in this dialog box are from the NIU’s GSD file. Enable DPV1 Support Check this box to enable DPV1 settings for the Profibus NIU.

  • Page 114

    Diagnostic Update Delay The maximum number of extra diagnostic cycles the master will wait to obtain the release for a DATA_EXCHANGE. If the Diagnostic Update Delay is set to 0, the master waits for one diagnostic cycle before reporting an error.

  • Page 115

    Configuration Data Convention The DPV1 data types. Choices: ▪ Configuration Data of EN 5017 ▪ Configuration Data of DPV1 Enabled Alarms Pull Plug Alarm When checked, a slot signals the withdrawal of a module or the insertion of a module. Process Alarm When checked, a process alarm signals the occurrence of an event in the connected process.

  • Page 116: Dynamic Configuration

    Dynamic Configuration Dynamic configuration is the specification and configuration of a maximum configuration. Any subgroup of this maximum configuration can be operated. In addition to dynamic configuration, empty spaces in the I/O Station can be reserved for future expansion. Empty spaces that have been reserved can be used at different configuration levels.

  • Page 117: Index 7: Read Back Active/inactive Terminals And Slots

    Index 7: Read back active/inactive terminals and slots Access: Read Index 7 indicates which modules are active/inactive. Deactivation via the parameter telegram (reservation of empty spaces) is also indicated here. Index 7 is also 8 bytes in length, and uses the same format as Index 6, shown above.

  • Page 118

    Options for Specifying the Active Configuration In the following example, two 16-channel digital modules and one 1-channel analog output module should not be part of the I/O Station. The modules are part of the maximum configuration, but should be deactivated at this I/O Station.

  • Page 119

    Specifying the Active Configuration 1. Specify the address on the station using DIP switches 1 to 7 and select the operating mode using DIP switch 8 = ON. Connect the modules that represent the subgroup of the maximum configuration. In the hardware configurator, configure only the "PD-PCP x words"...

  • Page 120: Specify An Id

    Specify an ID Two bytes are available for an ID, so there are 65,536 retentive module IDs. If modules with the same Profibus address are connected alternately, this makes it easy to identify modules after power up. The ID is stored on index 8. Example ID: 2633 Write request (master ->...

  • Page 121: Chapter 8 Communications

    Communications Chapter This chapter describes acyclic communications for module IC220PBI002 in DP/V1 mode. ▪ Types of Acyclic Communication ▪ PCP Communication Basics ▪ Acyclic Communication in DP/V1 Mode ▪ PCP Communication Via Process Data (Class 1 Master in DP/V0 Mode) ▪...

  • Page 122: Types Of Acyclic Communication

    Types of Acyclic Communication Acyclic Communication Via the Class 1 Master The Class 1 master carries out parameterization during slave startup. It is also the master for cyclic data traffic. The Class 1 master can also control an RS-232 interface acyclically, or read a parameter from the RS-232 device.

  • Page 123: Pcp Communication Basics

    PCP Communication Basics The NIU can use PCP (Peripherals Communication Protocol) to exchange parameter data in a local bus, with certain intelligent modules, such as the RS- 485/422 Communications Module (IC220BEM485) and the RS-232 communications module (IC220BEM232). Device Parameter Data Device parameters are data that is provided to intelligent PCP devices during the startup phase of machines and systems.

  • Page 124: Acyclic Communication In Dp/v1 Mode

    Acyclic Communication in DP/V1 Mode Whenever data is accessed, a distinction must be made between accessing data from modules in the local bus and accessing NIU data. The table below lists the Index Numbers of different types of module data and NIU data. As the table shows, the NIU is considered to be in slot 0 and modules can be in slots 1 to 63.

  • Page 125: Accessing Niu Data

    Accessing NIU Data When accessing the NIU, use DP/V1 format. Accessing Module Data The PCP data from VersaPoint I/O modules is usually addressed via 16-bit object indices. DP/V1 only has fields for 8-bit indices. More parameters have been added to the data block for use when accessing the module data in the I/O Station. When communicating with objects on I/O Station modules, the response should be fetched using Read.

  • Page 126

    Request and Response Format The format for all types of access (Request and Response, Read and Write) in DP/V1 is: <DP/V1 header> <Data (PCP/DP/V1)> The format of the DP/V1 header is always: <DP/V1 service> <Slot> <DP/V1 index> <DP/V1 length> The <Data (PCP/DP/V1)> is optional depending on the service. It has the following structure: Access Service...

  • Page 127

    Parameter Definitions <DP/V1 service> In the request there is a distinction between DP/V1 Read (5E hex ) and DP/V1 Write (5F hex ); in the error response there is a distinction between DE hex (Read error) and DF hex (Write error). <Slot>...

  • Page 128

    <Length of PCP data> Specifies how many bytes of PCP object data (object contents) follow. <PCP object data> The actual contents of a PCP object. <PCP acknowledgment> The structure of a PCP acknowledgment is: <Message code> <Result> <Length of PCP data> <PCP object data> or <Message code>...

  • Page 129: Dp/v1 Examples

    DP/V1 Examples The examples on the following pages show how objects on the NIU and the I/O modules can be read and written. Modules in the Examples In this example, the VersaPoint I/O Station includes: Slot 0: Profibus-DP NIU, IC220PBI002 Slot 1: 24V 8-Point Discrete Output Module IC220MDL753 Slot 2: 24V 8-Point Discrete Input Module, IC220MDL643 Slot 3: RS-232 Communications Module, IC220BEM232...

  • Page 130

    Example Configuration of the VersaPoint RS-232 Module The RS-232 Module parameters have default values. These are shown in the example INIT-TABLE object below. Element Meaning Default Setting Data Type Decimal Code (hex) Meaning Protocol Transparent Unsigned 8 Baud rate 9600 baud Unsigned 8 Data width 8 data bits,...

  • Page 131

    Example 1, Reading the Connected Local PCP Devices and Their Status (Slot 0, Index 5 on the NIU) The data shows that there is a PCP device on slot 3, and its connection status is OK, see "Object Dictionary for the Profibus DP/V1 NIU". Byte 3 of the object data is reserved.

  • Page 132

    Example 2, Reading Object 5FFF; Subindex 2 of a VersaPoint RS-232 Module on Slot 3, Accessing an I/O Module This example illustrates how the write and read sequence provides the requested value when a value is read. In this case, the write response does not contain any data.

  • Page 133

    Example 3, Manual Acknowledgment of I/O Errors (Writing to the NIU, Slot 0, Index 4) In this example, the data block is only important in the request. The response indicates that the command has been received. As can be seen in "Object Dictionary for the Profibus DP/V1 NIU"...

  • Page 134

    Example 4, Writing to Object 5FFF; Subindex 0 of a VersaPoint RS-232 Module on Slot 3 This example shows how subindex 00 can be used to write to all the subindices of a PCP object on an I/O module in a single step. In the write request data block, 14 indicates the length of the subsequent data.

  • Page 135

    Example 5, In the Event of an Error: Reading a Non-Existent Object on an I/O Module with PCP Functions (Access to 5C00, Subindex 0 on a VersaPoint RS-232 Communications Module, Slot 3) This example write request has a similar structure to example 2. However, instead of index 5FFF and subindex 2, index 5C00 and subindex 00 are requested.

  • Page 136

    Example 6, In the Event of an Error: Reading an Object on an I/O module Without PCP Functions (Access to 5FF0, Subindex 0 on an 8-Point Discrete Output Module at Slot 2) In example 6, DF in the write response means the service cannot be executed. The service cannot be sent to the I/O module, so the error code is indicated immediately.

  • Page 137: Pcp Communication Via Process Data (class1 Master In Dp/v0 Mode)

    PCP Communication Via Process Data (Class1 Master in DP/V0 Mode) If the control system is not DP/V1-compatible, it is still possible to operate complex devices using acyclic services within the process data, as described in this section. Mechanism for Transmission in the Process Data The mechanism for transmitting parameter data with the application’s process data is a Virtual C1 “module”...

  • Page 138

    Start Fragment Service Byte 1 Byte 2 Module number Byte 3 Index high Index low Byte 4 Subindex Byte 5 Byte 6 Length, if required Data block, if required Byte 7 Data block, if required Byte n Byte 1 - Service in start fragment: Request/ Fragment Action...

  • Page 139

    Continue Fragment Byte 1 Service Byte 2 Data block, if required Byte n Data block, if required Byte 1 - Service in continue fragment Request/ Fragment number (01 - 1F response Bit 7 Request/response 0 = Request 1 = Response Bits 6 to 5 Fragment type 01 = Continue fragment...

  • Page 140

    Abort/Error Fragment: Byte 1 Service Byte 2 Error code, if required Byte n Error code, if required Byte 1 - Service in abort/error fragment Request/ Reserved response Bit 7 Request/response 0 = Request 1 = Response Bits 6 to 5 Fragment type 11 = Abort/error fragment Bits 4 to 0...

  • Page 141: Responses

    Responses A response is sent after every request. The response indicates that the request has been received and shows its current status: Response Structure: Byte 1 Service (response bit is set) Byte 2 Status, if required Byte 3 Length, only on first read response Byte n Data block, if required The status is indicated when local PCP transmission is complete and in the event...

  • Page 142: Examples Of Communications Using A Virtual C1 Module

    Examples of Communications using a Virtual C1 Module The same examples are used here as for DP/V1 services.. Example 1, Reading the Connected Local PCP Devices and Their Status (Slot 0, Index 5 on the NIU) Read request (master -> slave) Data (4 Words VC1) Data Structure 03 00 00 05 00 I 00 00 00...

  • Page 143

    Example 2, eading Object 5FFF, Subindex 2 of a VersaPoint RS-232 Communications Module on Slot 3 Read request (master -> slave) Data (4 Words VC1) Data Structure 01 03 5F FF 02 I 00 00 00 Read PCP/Slot/Index high/Index low/Subindex I 3 bytes unused Read response (slave ->...

  • Page 144

    Example 3, Manual Acknowledgment of I/O Errors (Writing to the Profibus NIU, Slot 0, Index 4) Write request (master -> slave) Data (4 Words VC1) Data Structure 04 00 00 04 00 01 02 I 00 Write/Slot/Index high/Index low/Subindex I Length/Data I 1 byte unused Write response (slave ->...

  • Page 145

    Example 4, Writing to Object 5FFF, Subindex 0 of a VersaPoint RS-232 Communications Module on Slot 3 Write request (master -> slave) – start fragment Data (4 Words VC1) Data Structure 12 03 5F FF 00 14 00 06 Write PCP/Slot/Index high/Index low/Subindex/Length/2 bytes of data Write response (slave ->...

  • Page 146

    Example 5, Reading a Non-Existent Object on an I/O Module with PCP Functions (Access to 5C00, Subindex 0 on a VersaPoint RS-232 Communications Module2, Slot 3) Read request (master -> slave) Data (4 Words VC1) Data Structure 01 03 5C 00 00 I 00 00 00 Read PCP/Slot/Index high/Index low/Subindex I 3 bytes unused Read response (slave ->...

  • Page 147

    Example 6, In the Event of an Error: Reading an Object on an I/O Module Without PCP Functions (Access to 5FF0, Subindex 0 on an 8-Point Discrete Output Module at Slot 2) Read request (master -> slave) Data (4 Words VC1) Data Structure 01 02 5F F0 00 I 00 00 00 Read PCP/Slot/Index high/Index low/Subindex I 3...

  • Page 148

    Example 7, Example Read on VersaPoint RS-232 Communications Module, Slot 3, Object 5FFF, Subindex 0 (additional example) Read request (master -> slave) – start fragment Data (4 Words VC1) Data Structure Read PCP/Slot/Index high/Index low/Subindex I 3 bytes 01 03 5F FF 00 I 00 00 00 unused Read response (slave ->...

  • Page 149: Format Of The Parameter Telegram

    Format of the Parameter Telegram This section provides a detailed description of the format of the parameters for the Profibus NIU and the input and output modules. This may be useful when setting parameters using acyclic services or if there is no interface for the simple selection of parameters.

  • Page 150: Module Parameters

    Module Parameters Byte 1 Bit 7 to bit 6 Start block ID for the device Bit 5 to bit 4 Configuration No configuration (discrete output modules, no configuration value block Permanent configuration Temporary configuration Bit 3 to bit 2 Failsafe value No failsafe value (discrete input modules, no failsafe value block) Zero is output...

  • Page 151: Object Dictionary For The Profibus-dp/v1 Niu

    Object Dictionary for the Profibus-DP/V1 NIU Slot Index Service Comments 1 to 63 Write Module parameters Write Control byte (diagnostic format, manual I/O error acknowledgement, etc) Write Acknowledgement of local bus event 1: Local bus stop acknowledgement 2: I/O error acknowledgement Read/Write Overview of PCP modules and status Read/Write...

  • Page 152

    Index 3: Control Byte The parameter telegram provides a user-specific byte for the NIU, which can be used to select the diagnostic format. In addition to transmission in the parameter telegram (byte 11) it is also possible to specify the byte under index 3 and therefore to change the parameters during operation.

  • Page 153

    Index 5: Overview of PCP Modules and Status 3 bytes are provided for each connected PCP module. Index 5 can be used to request the PCP communication status and even establish communication if all PCP devices do not yet have a connection. To do this, write on slot 0, index 5.

  • Page 154

    Index 8: Read/write ID Access: Read and write Length = 2 bytes Each Profibus NIU, PBI002, can be assigned an individual ID. This ID is stored retentively and can be used to identify a station if it was disconnected from the power supply.

  • Page 155: Error Codes For Dp/v1 And Vc1 Communication

    Error Codes for DP/V1 and VC1 Communication Always observe the individual displays in your working environment. DP/V1 error: Function code (response) = DE (Read error) or DF (Write error) Error decode = 80 (DP/V1 communication) Error with reference to I/O module: Status 44 indicates an error (for DP/V1 on byte 2 of the data block;...

  • Page 156: Error Codes For Pcp Communication

    Error Codes for PCP Communication (state conflict) Meaning A start or stop command was sent twice. Cause This error only occurs on a start or stop service: As the start or stop has already been executed, the service cannot be executed again. Remedy No action required.

  • Page 157

    Reference Data Appendix This section summarizes the standard data for a VersaPoint Profibus I/O system. Please refer to the module-specific data sheets for additional information. ▪ Network Specifications ▪ I/O Station Information ▪ Ambient conditions ▪ Mechanical Demands ▪ Noise Immunity Test ▪...

  • Page 158

    I/O Station Information System Information Number of devices per station 63, maximum Sum of all I/O data per station 184 bytes, maximum PROFIBUS-DP Interface Copper cable (RS-485), connected via D sub shield connector; supply electrically isolated, shielding directly connected with functional earth ground.

  • Page 159: Appendix A Reference Data

    Ambient Conditions Ambient Conditions This table provides standard data for the VersaPoint product family. Please refer to the module data sheets for additional information. Regulations Developed according to VDE 0160, UL Ambient temperature Ambient temperature (operation) -25°C to +55°C (-13°F to +131°F) Ambient temperature (storage/transport) -25°C to +85°C (-13°F to +185°F) Operating Humidity...

  • Page 160: Mechanical Demands

    Mechanical Demands Mechanical Demands Vibration test 2g load, 2 hours for each space direction Sinusoidal vibrations according to (Low-level signal) IEC 60068-2-6 2g load, 2 hours for each space direction (Power level) Shock test according to IEC 25g load for 11ms, half sinusoidal wave, three 60068-2-27 shocks in each space direction and orientation.

  • Page 161: Electrical Specifications

    Electrical Specifications 7.5V Supply of the Bus Logic (U Nominal voltage 7.5V (converted from external 24VDC) Ripple ± 5% Load current 2A, maximum Connection Voltage jumpers on the sides Remark Voltage is produced in the NIU by a DC/DC converter from the 24V supply voltage.

  • Page 162

    Supply of Terminals for Analog Signals (U Nominal voltage 24VDC Tolerance - 15% / + 20% Ripple ± 5% Permissible voltage 19.2VDC to 30.0VDC, ripple included range Load current 500mA, maximum Connection Voltage jumpers on the sides Remarks Isolation of the 24V input voltage by means of a diode. Smoothing through π-filter;...

  • Page 163: Cables

    Cables Connection Type/Cable Diameter Connection type of cables Spring-clamp terminals Cable diameter low level signals (typical) 0.2mm² up to 1.5mm² (24 to 16 AWG) Cable diameter low level signals 0.13mm² up to 1.5mm² (26 to 16 AWG) (connection of equalizing conductors for thermocouples to the IC220ALG630 module) Cable diameter power level (Power terminal,...

  • Page 164: Air And Creepage Distances

    Air and Creepage Distances Air and Creepance Distances (According to EN 50178, VDE 0109, VDE 0110) Isolating Distance Air Distance Creepance Rated Distance Withstand Voltage Technology for 24V range Incoming bus / bus logic 0.3mm 0.3mm 0.5kV Outgoing bus / bus logic 0.3mm 0.3mm 0.5kV...

  • Page 165: Test Voltages

    Test Voltages Test Voltages Isolating distance Test voltage Technology for 24V range (up to 60VDC) 5 V supply incoming network cable / 500VAC, 50Hz, 1 min. 5 V supply outgoing network cable 5 V supply incoming network cable / 500VAC, 50Hz, 1 min. 7.5 V communications power, 24V NIU supply 5 V supply incoming network cable / 500VAC, 50Hz, 1 min.

  • Page 166

    A-10 VersaPoint™ I/O System Profibus-DP NIU User’s Manual – August 2005 GFK-1911B...

  • Page 167

    Glossary Appendix This section provides reference definitions for many of the terms used elsewhere in this manual. GFK-1911B...

  • Page 168

    1-wire termination Wire termination method for I/O modules with one termination connection per point. This conductor transfers the signal. I/O module and sensor or actuator must have the same potential. 2-wire termination Wire termination method for I/O modules with two termination connections per point.

  • Page 169: Appendix B Glossary

    dangerous contact voltage. The end plate is supplied together with the bus terminal and does not need to be ordered separately. FE functional earth ground Full duplex Simultaneous sending and receiving of data. Functional earth ground A low impedance path between electrical circuits and earth for non-safety purposes such as noise immunity improvement.

  • Page 170

    Power-level terminal Power-level terminals are used to switch single- phase or multi-phase power actuators (e.g., motors or lighting). Power terminal The power terminal is a supply terminal. It supplies the main voltage to the station-internal voltage jumper. In addition to the main voltage, the segment voltage may be supplied or tapped off from the main voltage.

  • Page 171: Appendix C Output Module Derating

    Output Module Derating Appendix This section describes how to find: Whether there is a derating on an output module at a specific ambient temperature The permissible operating temperature range for an output module GFK-1911B...

  • Page 172: Power Loss Of The Housing Within The Operating Temperature Range Depending On The Ambient Temperature

    Power Loss of the Housing Within the Operating Temperature Range Depending on the Ambient Temperature An example is calculated using the IC220MDL721 module. Formula to calculate the power loss of the electronics This formula is terminal-specific and is indicated in every data sheet. With Total power loss of the terminal Index of the number of set outputs n = 0 to 2...

  • Page 173: Power Loss Of The Housing

    Power Loss of the Housing The value for the power loss of the housing is indicated in the terminal- specific data sheet. The permissible power loss of the housing for the IC220MDL721 module depends on the temperature. ≤ -5°C = 2.4W -25°C < T ≤...

  • Page 174: Permissible Operating Temperature Range

    Permissible Operating Temperature Range With an increased ambient temperature, you must calculate the permissible operating temperature range for the calculated power loss. Set P = 2.4W - [(T + 5°C) / 37.5K/W] After changing the formula, the maximum permissible ambient temperature is calculated with this load as: = (2.4W - P ) x 37.5K/W - 5°C...

  • Page 175: Appendix D The Niu Gsd File

    The NIU GSD File Appendix This appendix shows the contents of the GSD files for VersaPoint Profibus Network Interface Units IC200PBI002 and PBI001 at the time this manual was complete. These files are included only for reference; an electronic version of the GSD files is provided with each NIU.

  • Page 176

    Revision = "V2.0" ; device revision C2_Read_Write_supp = 1 Ident_Number = 0x06CC ; product ID C2_Response_Timeout = 1000 Slave_Family = 3@GE@VersaPoint; device family class C2_Max_Data_Len = 72 Protocol_Ident = 0 ; protocol ID of the device Max_initiate_PDU_Length = 64 Station_Type = 0 ;...

  • Page 177

    Required Additional Grounding To ensure a reliable ground connection even if the DIN rail is dirty or the metal clip damaged, GE Intelligent Platforms recommends grounding the NIU to a DIN rail-mounted grounding terminal block, via the FE terminal point.

  • Page 178

    Text(11)= "reserved" Text(227) = "2.70 A" Text(12)= "reserved" Text(228) = "2.80 A" Text(13)= "Potentiometer [%]" Text(229) = "2.90 A" Text(14)= "linear R: 0 up to 400 Ohm" Text(230) = "3.00 A" Text(15)= "linear R: up 4000 Ohm" Text(231) = "3.20 A" EndPrmText Text(232) = "3.40 A"...

  • Page 179

    Text(231) = "3.20 A" Text(232) = "3.40 A" PrmText = 23 Text(233) = "3.60 A" Text(0) = "0" Text(234) = "3.80 A" Text(1) = "1" Text(235) = "4.00 A" EndPrmText Text(236) = "4.20 A" Text(237) = "4.40 A" PrmText = 24 Text(238) = "4.60 A"...

  • Page 180

    EndPrmText PrmText = 30 ;********************************************* Text(0) = "110" ;*** Parameter Data Options and Positions ****** Text(1) = "300" ;******************************************** Text(2) = "300" Text(3) = "1200" ExtUserPrmData = 1 "Configuration Channel 1" Text(4) = "1800" Bit(7) 0 0-1 Text(5) = "2400" Prm_Text_Ref = 1 Text(6) = "4800"...

  • Page 181

    EndExtUserPrmData BitArea(4-5) 0 0-3 Prm_Text_Ref = 7 ExtUserPrmData = 10 "Format Channel 1" EndExtUserPrmData BitArea(4-5) 0 0-2 Prm_Text_Ref = 3 ExtUserPrmData = 20 "R0 Channel 2" EndExtUserPrmData BitArea(0-3) 0 0-15 Prm_Text_Ref = 8 ExtUserPrmData = 11 "Sensor Type Channel 1" EndExtUserPrmData BitArea(0-3) 0 0-14 Prm_Text_Ref = 6...

  • Page 182

    Prm_Text_Ref = 20 EndExtUserPrmData EndExtUserPrmData ExtUserPrmData = 49 "Replacement Value Byte 0 Bit 2" ExtUserPrmData = 39 "Diagnostics Format" Bit(2) 0 0-1 BitArea(2-3) 0 0-2 Prm_Text_Ref = 23 Prm_Text_Ref = 21 EndExtUserPrmData EndExtUserPrmData ExtUserPrmData = 50 "Replacement Value Byte 0 Bit 3" ExtUserPrmData = 40 "Error Behaviour"...

  • Page 183

    Prm_Text_Ref = 23 ExtUserPrmData = 68 "Replacement Value M2 - CH2" EndExtUserPrmData Bit(1) 0 0-1 Prm_Text_Ref = 23 ExtUserPrmData = 59 "Replacement Value Byte 1 Bit 4" EndExtUserPrmData Bit(4) 0 0-1 Prm_Text_Ref = 23 ExtUserPrmData = 69 "Replacement Value M2 - CH3" EndExtUserPrmData Bit(2) 0 0-1 Prm_Text_Ref = 23...

  • Page 184

    EndExtUserPrmData Unsigned8 0 0-1 Prm_Text_Ref =33 ExtUserPrmData = 81 "IN/OUT 16PT Byte Position" EndExtUserPrmData Bit(4) 0 0-1 Prm_Text_Ref = 26 ExtUserPrmData = 95 "Rotation Switch" EndExtUserPrmData Unsigned8 0 0-1 Prm_Text_Ref =34 ExtUserPrmData = 82 "Data Exchange Mode" EndExtUserPrmData Bit(5) 0 0-1 Prm_Text_Ref = 27 ExtUserPrmData = 96 "XON Pattern"...

  • Page 185

    Prm_Text_Ref = 23 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 39 EndExtUserPrmData Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 81 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 82 ExtUserPrmData = 105 "Replacement Value Channel 6" Bit(6) 0 0-1 ;********* PD-PCP (VC1) ********************* Prm_Text_Ref = 23 EndExtUserPrmData Module="PD-PCP 4 words" 0xF3 ExtUserPrmData = 106 "Replacement Value Channel 7" Bit(7) 0 0-1 EndModule Prm_Text_Ref = 23...

  • Page 186

    EndModule Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 3 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00,0x81,0x00 Module="IC220MDL751*OUT 24VDC .5A 2PT" 0x82,0x00,0xBD,0xC2 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(0) = 40 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 99 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 3 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 100 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00,0x81,0x00 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 101 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(0) = 40 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 102 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 99 EndModule Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 100 EndModule Module="IC220MDL931*OUT RELAY 3A PC 1PT"...

  • Page 187

    Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 101 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 54 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 102 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 55 EndModule Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 56 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 57 Module="IC220MDL753*OUT 24VDC .5A 8PT" Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 58 0x82,0x00,0xBD,0x81 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 59 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 60 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 3 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 61 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00,0x81,0x00 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 62 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(0) = 40 EndModule...

  • Page 188

    Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 67 Module="OUT RELAY 3A 4PT (QTY.2) 8 Bit" 0x83,0x00,0xBD,0x41,0x02 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(6) = 43 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(8) = 71 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 6 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(9) = 44 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(11) = 73 0x00,0x81,0x00,0x00,0x81,0x00 EndModule Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(0) = 41 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 63 Module="OUT RELAY PWR 1PT (QTY.2) 4 Bit" Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 64 0x83,0x00,0xBD,0xC2,0x02 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 65...

  • Page 189

    Module="OUT 24VDC POS 2PT (QTY.3) 6 Bit" Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 42 0x83,0x00,0xBD,0xC2,0x03 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 67 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 68 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 9 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 69 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 70 0x00,0x81,0x00,0x00,0x81,0x00,0x00,0x81,0x00 EndModule Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(0) = 41 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 63 ;********* digital input modules ******************** Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 64 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 42 Module="IC220MDL220*IN 120VAC 1PT"...

  • Page 190

    EndModule Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 4 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00,0x82,0x00,0x00 Module="IC220MDL643*IN 24VDC 8PT" Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(0) = 122 0x42,0x00,0xBE,0x81 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 86 EndModule Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 1 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00 Module="IC220ALG321*ALG OUT V 1CH" EndModule 0x82,0x40,0x7D,0x01 Module="IC220MDL644*IN 24VDC 16PT" Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 4 0x42,0x01,0xBE,0x01 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00,0x82,0x00,0x00 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(0) = 122 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 1 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 86...

  • Page 191

    Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 76 EndModule Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 77 EndModule Module="IC220STR001*MSTR DIR 1.5KW/400" 0xC2,0x00,0x00,0xBF,0x81 Module="IC220ALG620*ALG IN RTD 2CH" 0x42,0x41,0x7F,0x02 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 3 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x20,0x41,0x00 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 6 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 35 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = EndModule 0x10,0x44,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 1 Module="IC220STR003*MSTR REV 1.5KW/400" Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 15 0xC2,0x00,0x00,0xBF,0x81 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(2) = 16 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(3) = 17...

  • Page 192

    Module="IC220BEM232*SER COMM RS232 1CH" Module="IC220PWR013*SEG TERM F-D 24VDC" 0xC2,0xC0,0xC0,0xDC,0x01 0x42,0x00,0xBE,0xC2 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 25 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 1 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00 0x02,0xd7,0x5f,0xff,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x EndModule 00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x0 0,0x00,0x00 Module="IC220PWR014*SEG TERM ELF 24VDC" Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(5) = 87 0x42,0x00,0xBE,0xC2 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(6) = 88 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(7) = 89 Ext_Module_Prm_Data_Len = 1 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(10) = 90 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) = 0x00 Ext_User_Prm_Data_Ref(11) = 91...

  • Page 193

    ; 2-1: less modules configured than connected Value(7) = "Module 7" ; 2-2: less modules connected than configured Value(8) = "Module 8" ; 2-3: 1st byte of special signature format is incorrect Value(9) = "Module 9" ; 2-4: for last module not enough byte of special signature Value(10) = "Module 10"...

  • Page 194

    Value(55) = "Module 55" Value(3) = "Error number: #3" Value(56) = "Module 56" Value(4) = "Error number: #4" Value(57) = "Module 57" Value(5) = "Error number: #5" Value(58) = "Module 58" Value(6) = "Error number: #6" Value(59) = "Module 59" Value(7) = "Error number: #7"...

  • Page 195: Gsd File For Niu Version Ic220pbi001

    ;*************************************************** 500_supp = 1 ; GSD-File for VersaPoint PROFIBUS-DP NETWORK 1.5M_supp = 1 INTERFACE UNIT 3M_supp = 1 : GE Intelligent Platforms North America ; Manufacturer 6M_supp = 1 ; Article-No. : IC220PBI001-AA 12M_supp = 1 ; Hardware-Release : 02 ;...

  • Page 196

    Max_Input_Len = 184 ; max 184 bytes input data Module="OUT RELAY 1PT QTY.2/4Bit" 0x83,0x00,0xBD,0xC2,0x02 Max_Output_Len = 184 ; max 184 bytes output data EndModule Max_Data_Len = 184 ; max sum: 184 bytes input and output data Module="OUT RELAY 1PT QTY.3/6Bit" 0x83,0x00,0xBD,0xC2,0x03 EndModule ;********* digital output modules ******************...

  • Page 197

    Module="IC220MDL651*IN 24VDC 2PT DESINA" 0x42,0x00,0xBE,0x41 Module="IC220ALG220*ALG IN V/C 2CH" 0xC2,0x41,0x41,0x7F,0x02 EndModule Module="IC220MDL642*IN 24VDC 4PT" EndModule 0x42,0x00,0xBE,0x41 Module="IC220ALG221*ALG IN V/C 8CH" EndModule 0xC2,0x41,0x41,0x5F,0x02 Module="IC220MDL643*IN 24VDC 8PT" EndModule 0x42,0x00,0xBE,0x81 Module="IC220ALG620*ALG IN RTD 2CH" EndModule 0xC2,0x41,0x41,0x7F,0x02 Module="IC220MDL644*IN 24VDC 16PT" EndModule 0x42,0x01,0xBE,0x01 Module="IC220ALG630*ALG IN THM 2CH" 0xC2,0x41,0x41,0x7F,0x02 EndModule EndModule...

  • Page 198

    EndModule ; 3-5: sum of local bus process data too large Module="IC220PWR013*SEG TERM F-D 24VDC" ; 3-6: more than 64 modules connected 0x42,0x00,0xBE,0xC2 ; 3-7: sum of PROFIBUS process data > 184 Byte EndModule ; 4: local bus error Module="IC220PWR014*SEG TERM ELF 24VDC" ;...

  • Page 199

    Unit_Diag_Area = 32-39 Value(48) = "Module 48" Value(1) = "Module 1" Value(49) = "Module 49" Value(2) = "Module 2" Value(50) = "Module 50" Value(3) = "Module 3" Value(51) = "Module 51" Value(52) = "Module 52" Value(4) = "Module 4" Value(5) = "Module 5" Value(53) = "Module 53"...

  • Page 200

    Value(27) = "-Module 27" Value(59) = "-Module 59" Value(28) = "-Module 28" Value(60) = "-Module 60" Value(29) = "-Module 29" Value(61) = "-Module 61" Value(30) = "-Module 30" Value(62) = "-Module 62" Value(31) = "-Module 31" Value(63) = "-Module 63" Value(32) = "-Module 32"...

  • Page 201

    Index Fuse replacement, 4-18 Actuators, connecting, 4-19 Fusing, 4-17 Adding slave devices, 7-8 Air and Creepage Distances, A-1 Ambient conditions, A-1 Analog modules, connecting, 4-22 Grounding, 4-13 Analog voltage, 5-2 GSD file, 7-3 supplied on diskette, 2-6 Baud rate, 2-4 I/O station module sequence, 4-3 modules, 3-2...

  • Page 202

    Index Network Specifications, A-1 DIP switches, 4-6 NIU DIP switches, 2-9 NIU power connector, 2-8 Noise Immunity Test, A-1 Number of modules, 1-2 Ordering information, 2-6 Parameters PROFIBUS master, 7-5 Power connector, 2-8 Power consumption, 5-12 Power Module LEDs, 6-10 Power sources, 4-4 Power supply, 5-4 Power Terminal module, 3-6...

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