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RSTi-EP User Manual
GFK-2958E
November 2017

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  • Page 1 RSTi-EP User Manual GFK-2958E November 2017...
  • Page 2 Changes, modifications, and/or improvements to equipment and specifications are made periodically and these changes may or may not be reflected herein. It is understood that GE may make changes, modifications, or improvements to the equipment referenced herein or to the document itself at any time. This document is intended for trained personnel familiar with the GE products referenced herein.
  • Page 3 Safety Symbol Legend Indicates a procedure or condition that, if not strictly observed, could result in personal injury or death. Warning Indicates a procedure or condition that, if not strictly observed, could result in damage to or destruction of equipment. Caution Indicates a procedure or condition that should be strictly followed to improve these applications.
  • Page 4 English, French, German, Italian, Czech, Spanish Asia Pacific Online Technical Support http://support.ge-ip.com Phone +86-400-820-8208 +86-21-3877-7006 (India, Indonesia, and Pakistan) Technical Support Email support.cn.ip@ge.com (China) support.jp.ip@ge.com (Japan) support.in.ip@ge.com (remaining Asia customers) Customer Care Email customercare.apo.ip@ge.com customercare.cn.ip@ge.com (China) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual November 2017...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    3.3.1 ATEX & IECEx Marking ............................29 ............................29 PRING STYLE YSTEM ABLING ........................29 URRENT EMAND AND OWER UPPLY 3.5.1 Power Supply Derating ............................29 ......................31 XAMPLE ALCULATION FOR THE OWER UPPLY GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual November 2017...
  • Page 6 4.3.1 LEDs .................................... 69 4.3.2 Connection Diagrams ............................70 4.3.3 Specifications ................................. 72 4.3.4 RSTi-EP Status Messages ..........................73 4.3.5 Module Status Messages ..........................74 4.3.6 Module Diagnosis ..............................74 4.3.7 Supported Modules and Power Supplies ....................75 TCP N EPXMBE001/EPXMBE101 .................
  • Page 7 Contents 4.4.21 0x1133 Process Alarm ............................90 4.4.22 0x1134 Diagnostic Alarm ..........................90 4.4.23 0x1135 Field Bus or Reference List Error Behavior ................90 4.4.24 0x1136 Module Removal Behavior ......................90 4.4.25 0x1137 Data Format ............................91 4.4.26 0x113C – 0x113F Save Module Parameters .................... 91 4.4.27 0x27FE Number of Entries in the Current Module List .................
  • Page 8 Contents 5.23 A EP- 3124 ..........................246 NALOG NPUT ODULE 5.24 A EP-3368..........................252 NALOG NPUT ODULE 5.25 A EP-3468..........................257 NALOG NPUT ODULE 5.26 A EP-4164.......................... 263 NALOG UTPUT ODULE 5.27 A EP-4264.......................... 269 NALOG UTPUT ODULE 5.28 A EP-3704..........................
  • Page 9 Contents 7.3.2 Earthing of Inactive Metal Parts ........................334 7.3.3 PE connection ..............................334 7.3.4 Unearthed Operation ............................335 7.3.5 DIN Rails ................................335 7.3.6 Cabinet Design According to EMC Guidelines ..................336 ..............................338 HIELDING OF ABLES 7.4.1 Equipotential Bonding ............................. 339 7.4.2 Inductance wiring..............................
  • Page 10 Contents 9.10 U ..............................377 PDATING IRMWARE 9.11 W ............................. 380 ERVER BOUT 9.11.1 Exporting Log Data, Saving a Service File ....................380 10.1 R ......................... 382 EMOVING EPLACING THE 10.2 R ..........................383 EPLACING THE LECTRONIC 10.3 R I/O M ............................
  • Page 11: Document Updates

    The RSTi-EP products conform to protection class IP 20 (in accordance with DIN EN 60529), they can be used in potentially explosive atmospheres rated as Zone 2 (as per Directive 2014/34/EU ) and in safe zones.
  • Page 12: System Overview

    I/O modules are independent of the fieldbus. Up to 64 active I/O modules can be combined in a RSTi-EP station. The largest expansion possible depends on the maximum amount of data transmitted by the selected fieldbus, in particular the configuration, parameter, or process data for the module types provided.
  • Page 13: Double-Click Installation

    36.0 mm (1.42 in) 1.2.1 Double-click Installation The RSTi-EP station modules can be installed quickly and simply. When attaching the module to the DIN rail, a clear clicking noise can be heard, which means that the module has clicked into place. In...
  • Page 14: General Description Of The Fieldbus Network Adapters

    12 - Service flap 13 - Latching hook for latching onto module sides 14 - System bus 15 - System current path 16 - Input current path 17 - Type plate with block diagram 18 - Output current path GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 15: General Technical Data For The Fieldbus Network Adapter

    Explosion protection EN 60079-0:2012+A11:2013 and EN 60079-15:2010 IEC 60079-0:2011 and IEC 60079- 15:2010 EN61000-6-2: 2005, EN61000-6-4: 2007 + A1:2011, (partial standards as per the requirements of EN 61131‑2: 2007) FCC Compliance 47 CFR 15: 2011 (Class A) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 16 Chapter 1: Introduction † Unless otherwise noted within the product-specific technical data. All product-specific technical data is available in the corresponding product description in Chapter 4, Detailed Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 17: General Description Of I/O Modules

    4 Connector frame • White power supply 5 Connector • Red 230 V 6 Plug-in unit • Yellow SIL products A detailed description of the individual module types is available in Chapter 5, Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 18: Standard Connector

    (IDC). (wiring refer to section, Wiring) Features and Specifications: conductor cross-section: 0.14 to 0.35 mm² (AWG 22-26) insulation diameter 1.0 to 1.6 mm (0.04 to 0.06") maximum current capacity: 1 A 4-pole Connector EP-8360 for HD Modules GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 19: Cable Protection

    Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution +24 VDC from Output Current Path EP-751F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution +0VDC from Input Current Path EP-710F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution +0VDC from Output Current Path EP-750F GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 20: General Technical Data For I/O Modules

    IEC 61131-2 Type of connection Spring-style Single-wired, fine wired † Unless otherwise noted within the product-specific technical data. All product-specific technical data is available in the corresponding product description in Chapter 5, Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 21: Mechanical Fixing Elements

    (right end) For vertical installation, a special end bracket must also be installed below the station. RSTi-EP station fixing elements 1.8 Type Plate Each network adapter and each module features a type plate, which includes identification information, the key technical specifications and a block diagram. In addition, a QR code allows for direct online access to the associated documentation.
  • Page 22: Markers

    A wide range of markers are available as accessories for labelling equipment. 1.9.1 Swivel Marker RSTi-EP I/O Label Markers (EP-8100) allow for modules and all respective channels and lines to be labelled in detail. They are attached to the connector frame.
  • Page 23 Chapter 1: Introduction Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 24: General Safety Notice

    If a malfunction on a RSTi-EP product cannot be fixed after following the recommended measures (refer to the Chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting), the product in question must be sent back to GE. GE does not assume any liability if the base or electronic module has been tampered with. 2.1.1 Electrostatic Discharge RSTi-EP products can be damaged or destroyed by electrostatic discharge.
  • Page 25: Fusing

    A feed-in power supply with secure isolation must be used. 2.1.4 Earthing (functional earth FE) Each RSTi-EP I/O module is fitted with an FE spring on the underside which creates an electrical connection to the DIN rail. In order to establish a secure connection, the assembly must be carried out carefully in accordance with the instructions (refer to Chapter 6, Installation).
  • Page 26: Use In A Potentially Explosive Atmosphere

    Staff involved in assembly, installation and operation must be qualified to perform safe work on electrical systems protected against potentially explosive atmospheres. • The remote I/O-System RSTi-EP shall only be used in an area of not more than pollution degree 2, as defined in IEC 60664-1. •...
  • Page 27: Atex Zone 2

    2014/34/EU 2.5 Use of RSTi-EP Stations Above 2000m Sea Level RSTi-EP remote I/O system is able to operate in height >2000 m (6561.68 ft) above sea level, with the following limitations: There is a derating for ambient temperatures while the RSTi-EP Station is in operating mode.
  • Page 28: Order And Arrangement Of The Modules

    0,26 in (35 × 7.5 mm)], a steel strip in accordance with Annex A of EN 60715, or a tin-plated steel strip. Note: A RSTi-EP station may be built up to a maximum length of 3.28 ft (1 m). Therefore, at most 82 modules (including max. 64 active modules) can be aligned on a network adapter.
  • Page 29: Arrangement Of Safe Power-Feed Modules

    Attention 3.1.1 Arrangement of Safe Power-feed Modules A safe power-feed module EP-19xx module can be positioned anywhere in the RSTi-EP station. All the following output modules (except for the EP-2814 and EP-2714 relay modules) up to the next EP-19xx module are safely disconnected (safety segment). Multiple EP-19xx modules/safety segments can be arranged within a station.
  • Page 30: Power Supply Concept

    Chapter 3: Configuration 3.1.2 Power Supply Concept Detailed The RSTi-EP system uses three internal current paths as described in the following chapter, Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters . Input and output paths are supplied separately, therefore a custom-fit refreshing by power-feed modules is easily feasible.
  • Page 31 Chapter 3: Configuration Minimum Distances for Horizontal Installation Minimum Distances for Vertical Installation Minimum Distance for Electrical Cabinet Door (Without/With Swivel Marker) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 32: Calculation Of Space Requirements

    3.3 Use in a Potentially Explosive Atmosphere If the RSTi-EP is used in a potentially explosive atmosphere rated as Zone 2, the housing must meet the requirements of explosion protection type Ex n or Ex e and protection class IP54. Sensors and actuators that are located in Zone 2 or in a safe zone can be connected.
  • Page 33: Atex & Iecex Marking

    Ta: -20 °C to +60 °C 3.4 Spring-style System Cabling RSTi-EP modules (except HD modules) and network adapters are equipped with the spring-style connector system. Single-strand and fine-strand lines with wire-end ferrules can be inserted without the need for a tool. Lines with a cross-section measuring between 0.14 mm and 1.5 mm...
  • Page 34 Current consumption from the system current path Power consumption from input current path Power consumption from output current path Current demand of the connected sensors Current demand of the connected actuators Must be included when calculating the power supply GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 35: Example Calculation For The Power Supply

    Note: The power refresh must be separately calculated for the input and output current paths. The system voltage need not be considered during this step. Note: Use the RSTi-EP Power Supply Configuration Guide to perform this calculation automatically. 3.6.1 Calculation of the Current Demand for the Input Current...
  • Page 36: Calculation Of The Current Demand For The Output Current

    Module 11 (as per PF-O): I = (0.015 A + (0.5 A x 4) = 2.015 A Module 12 (as per PF-O): I = 2.015 A (0.015 A + (0.5 A x 4) = 4.030 A GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 37 The current demand is just under 10 A. The output current path must therefore be refreshed before the 11th module. 10 A is supplied by the EP-7641 module. The 1.81 A calculated as remaining after the 10th module must not be added to the 10 A after the EP-7641 module! GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 38: Calculation Of Power Loss

    Voltage drop across the contacts in the output current path 0,18 V The power loss of a RSTi-EP station is calculated using the power loss of the network adapter and the power loss of the individual modules. It depends on the current in both current paths. It is assumed that there is a maximum power loss of 2 watts for the module Maximum values were assumed for these calculations.
  • Page 39: Calculation Of Feedback Energy

    Current through the load connected to Channel i Inductance of the load connected to Channel i Once the maximum permissible feedback energy E is reached, the module shuts down. Maximum Feedback Energy Varies with Ambient Temperature GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 40: Parameter Overview

    Type of diagnostic Extended channel Extended channel diagnostic (short diagnostic diagnostic) (short diagnostic) Manufacturer- specific diagnostic (complete diagnostic) Behavior of outputs on fieldbus All outputs off / All outputs off errors Enable substitute value / Hold last value GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 41 Modbus Dual LAN Mode disabled / enabled disabled (EPXMBE101 only) Modbus DHCP Timeout Waiting time, 1 to 30 s 1000 s IP-Address USB-Port 192.168.1.202; 192.168.1.202 192.168.2.202, 192.168.3.202, 192.168.4.202, 192.168.5.202 Webserver via Ethernet disabled / enabled enabled GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 42 2, 3, or 4 Wire, Time stamp (2) / 10 ms (3) / 20 ms (4) /40 ms (5) (not at PROFIBUS-DP) disabled Ch 0 … Ch 3: TimeStamp at disabled (0) / edge 0-1 enabled (1) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 43 [1 kHz] (6) Ch 0: Filter time latch 0,01 ms (0) / 0,017 ms 0,01 ms (1) / 0,033 ms (2) / 0,1 ms (3) / 0,2 ms (4) / 0,5 ms (5) / 1 ms (6) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 44 Ch 0: Signal mode Rotary transducer - single (0) / Rotary transducer - double (1) / Rotary transducer - quadruple (2) /Pulse and Direction (3) / disabled (4) disabled Ch 0: HW gate disabled (0) / enabled (1) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 45 (0) / count endless once - forward (1) / once - backwards (2) / once - no main direction (3) / periodic - forward (4) /periodic - backwards (5)/periodic – no main direction (6) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 46 Logic, 24VDC, 2 A Product Part No. Parameter Optional values Default value Analog Input, 4 EP-3164 Frequency suppression disabled (0) / 50 Hz (1) disabled Channels Voltage/ / 60 Hz (2) / Average over 16 values (3) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 47 20 mA (1) / 0 to 10 V (2) / -10 to 10 V (3) / 0 to 5 V (4) / -5 to 5 V (5) / 1 to 5 V (6) / 2 to 10 V (7) /disabled (8) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 48 Degree (8) / Cu10 - 100 ... 260 Degree Celsius (9) / Resistance 40 Ω (10) / Resistance 80 Ω (11) / Resistance 150 Ω (12) /Resistance 300 Ω (13) / Resistance 500 Ω (14) / GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 49 240 ms (0) /130 ms 80 ms (1) / 80 ms (2) / 55 ms (3) / 43 ms (4) / 36 ms Ch 0 … Ch 3 Channel disabled (0) / disabled diagnostics enabled (1) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 50 Ch 0 … Ch 3 Limit value disabled (0) / disabled monitoring enabled (1) Ch 0 … Ch 3 High limit value -32768 ... 32767 Ch 0 … Ch 3 Low limit value -32768 ... 32767 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 51: Data Width Of I/Omodule , Dependent On The Network Adapter Used

    2 Channel Frequency Measurement, EP-5212 100 kHz 1 Channel Serial Communications, 232, EP-5261 422, 485 1 Channel SSI Encoder, BCD or Gray- EP-5311 Code Format, 5/24 VDC 2 Channels PWM Output, Positive Logic, EP-5422 24VDC, 0.5 A GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 52 Analog Input, 4 Channels RTD 16 Bits EP-3704 with Diagnostics 2, 3, or 4 Wire EP-1901 1 Safe Feed-Input, 24 VDC EP-1922 1 Safe Feed-Input, 24 VDC EP-1902 2 Safe Feed-Inputs, 24 VDC Max. data (in bytes) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 53 Format, 5/24 VDC 2 Channels PWM Output, Positive Logic, EP-5422 24VDC, 0.5 A 2 Channels PWM Output, Positive Logic, EP-5442 24VDC, 2 A Analog Input, 4 Channels Voltage/Current EP-3164 16 Bits 2, 3, or 4 Wire GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 54 Digital Output, 4 Points, Positive Logic EP-2214 24VDC, 0.5A, 2,3, or 4 Wire Digital Output, 4 Points, Positive Logic EP-2614 24VDC, 2.0A, 2,3, or 4 Wire Digital Output, 4 Points, Positive/Negative EP-2634 Logic 24VDC, 2.0A, 2,3, or 4 Wire GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 55 1 Safe Feed-Input, 24 VDC 2 Safe Feed-Inputs, 24 VDC, EP-1922 Programmable Delay EP-1902 2 Safe Feed-Inputs, 24 VDC 1514 per 1514 per 1514 per 1024 1024 message + message + message + Max. data (in bytes) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 56 Chapter 3: Configuration Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 57: Profibus Dp Network Adapter Epxpbs001

    The network adapter is the head module for the RSTi-EP communication bus, to which up to 64 active RSTi-EP modules can be connected. The PROFIBUS-DP network adapter has a Sub-D socket and supports all services in accordance with the DP-V1 specification.
  • Page 58: Leds

    Red: No connection to the fieldbus Red flashing: Configuration error, no connection to the control unit, or error in the parameter set or slave address error or firmware update is running Maintenance Yellow: Error on the system bus or fieldbus Required GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 59 Red: Internal fuse defective Green: Output current path supply voltage > 18 V DC Red: Output current path supply voltage < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective For error messages, refer to the Chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 60: Addressing

    Default Setting EPXPBS001: Address = 3 Addressing examples: Examples for Addressing the EPXPBS001 PROFIBUS address 15: H = 0, L = F PROFIBUS address 112: H = 7, L = 0 PROFIBUS address 44: H = 2, L = C GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 61: Connection Diagrams

    Chapter 4 Detailed Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters 4.1.3 Connection Diagrams Door for Micro USB Port Connection Diagram EPXPBS001 EPXPBS001 Block Diagram EPXPBS001 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 62: Specifications

    Proficy Configuration Machine Edition. The GSD supporting a firmware release is part of the firmware upgrade kit available on the Support website. General Technical Data for the Fieldbus Network Adapter General data, refer to the Section, GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 63 All outputs off / activate All outputs off error replacement values / retain last value Module behavior on hot Continue data exchange / Continue data swap exchange behavior as with fieldbus error Change requires restart of the network adapter. † GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 64: Supported Modules And Power Supplies

    Chapter 4 Detailed Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters 4.1.5 Supported Modules and Power Supplies The following modules can be used with this release of the RSTi-EP Profibus Network Adaptor. Catalog Number Module Description Digital Input Modules EP-1214 Digital Input, 4 Points, Positive Logic 24VDC, 2, 3, or 4 Wire...
  • Page 65 EP-700F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution Functional Earth EP-710F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution +0VDC from Input Current Path EP-750F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution +0VDC from Output Current Path GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 66: Profinet Irt Network Adapter Epxpns001

    The EPXPNS001 PROFINET Scanner is a PROFINET I/O device certified by the PROFINET user organization. The network adapter is the head module for the RSTi-EP system bus, to which up to 64 active RSTi-EP modules can be connected. The PROFINET network adapter has two Ethernet ports, and an integrated switch.
  • Page 67 Red: Internal fuse defective Green: Output current path supply voltage > 18 V DC Red: Output current path supply voltage < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective For error messages, refer to the Chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 68: Connection Diagrams

    Connection Diagram EXPNS001 In the case of a maximum power supply of >8 A and a maximum temperature of > +55°C, all four contacts must be connected with 1.5 mm² wiring. Caution EPXPNS001 Block Diagram EPXPNS001 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 69: Specifications

    The V2.3 GSDML file is available on the Support website http://support.ge-ip.com for download and import into Proficy Machine Edition. The GSDML supporting a firmware release is part of the firmware upgrade kit available on the Support website. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 70: Supported Modules And Power Supplies

    Force mode unlocked Change requires restart of the network adapter. † 4.2.4 Supported Modules and Power Supplies The following modules can be used with this release of the RSTi-EP PROFINET Network Adaptor: Catalog Number Module Description Digital Input Modules EP-1214...
  • Page 71 EP-700F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution Functional Earth EP-710F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution +0VDC from Input Current Path EP-750F Power Module, 16 Channels 24VDC Potential Distribution +0VDC from Output Current Path GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 72: Ether Cat ® Network Adapter Epxetc001

    EtherCAT Technology Group. The network adapter is the head module for the RSTi-EP system bus, to which up to 64 active RSTi-EP modules can be connected. The EtherCAT network adapter has two Ethernet ports and an integrated switch.
  • Page 73: Leds

    Green lights up briefly: SAFE-OPERATIONAL Green: OPERATIONAL Red: Critical error in the network adapter Red lights up briefly: Error in network adapter application ERROR Internal error Red briefly lights up twice: Output Syncmanager Watchdog expired Red flashing: Configuration error GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 74: Connection Diagrams

    Red: Output current path supply voltage < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective For error messages, refer to the Chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. 4.3.2 Connection Diagrams Door for Micro USB Port Connection Diagram EPXETC001 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 75 Chapter 4 Detailed Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters In the case of a maximum power supply of >8 A and a maximum temperature of > +55°C 131 °F, all four contacts must be connected with 1.5 mm² wiring. Caution EPXETC001 Block Diagram EPXETC001 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 76: Specifications

    Continue data exchange / behavior like fieldbus error Continue data exchange Data format Motorola / Intel Motorola Webserver via Ethernet disabled / enabled / enabled disabled / enabled Coupler control Reserved † Change requires restart of the network adapter. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 77: Rsti-Ep Status Messages

    In addition to the process input data a network adapter status word as well as module status bytes are transfered to the SPS. Thus diagnostics and status messages can be read directly. The network adapter status word describes the status of the RSTi-EP station including the following information:...
  • Page 78: Module Status Messages

    The network adapter`s status word reveals whether there is a module diagnosis. The history of the module diagnosis can be interrogated via object 0x10F3. A ring buffer stores 20 diagnosis so that the current diagnosis overwrites the oldest one (subindex 06 to 19). History of Module Diagnosis as Shown in TwinCat GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 79: Supported Modules And Power Supplies

    Chapter 4 Detailed Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters 4.3.7 Supported Modules and Power Supplies The following modules can be used with this release of the RSTi-EP EtherCat Network Adaptor: Catalog Number Module Description Digital Input Modules EP-1214 Digital Input, 4 Points, Positive Logic 24VDC, 2,3, or 4 Wire...
  • Page 80: Modbus ® Tcp Network Adapter Epxmbe001/Epxmbe101

    The EPXMBE001 network adapter is a Modbus TCP participant developed according to IEC 61158. The network adapter is the head module for the RSTi-EP communication bus, to which up to 64 active RSTi-EP modules can be connected. The Modbus TCP network adapter has two Ethernet ports and an integrated switch supporting a line network structure.
  • Page 81: Leds

    Chapter 4 Detailed Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters 4.4.1 LEDs LED Status Indicators EPXMBE001/EPXMBE101 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 82 Red: Internal fuse defective Green: Output current path supply voltage > 18 V DC Red: Output current path supply voltage < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective For error messages, refer to the Chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 83: Connection Diagrams

    Connection Diagram EPXMBE001/EPXMBE101 In the case of a maximum power supply of >8 A and a maximum temperature of > +55°C 131 °F, all four contacts must be connected with 1.5 mm² wiring. Caution EPXMBE001 Block Diagram EPXMBE001/EPXMBE101 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 84: Specifications

    -40°C to +85°C (-40 °F to +185 °F) Air humidity (operation/transport) 5% to 95%, noncondensing as per IEC 61131-2 Width 52 mm (2.05 in) 76 mm (2.99 in) Depth Height 120 mm (4.72 in) Weight 223 g (7.87 oz) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 85: Configuration Of The Ip Address

    80 (reserved for http) and 161 (reserved for SNMP) every number from 1 to 65535 can be used. Value 0 deactivates the port. The standard port 502 will remain open in any case. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 86 0x1128 – 0x1129 Long Changing Gateway 1 via Fieldbus 0x1130 Word MODBUS CONNECTION mode register 0x1131 Word MODBUS CONNECTION timeout in sec. Default = 1 (0 not allowed) 0x1132 Word Check the reference list before data exchange GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 87 Writing of an individual output bit in the range of 0x0800 – 0x0FFF † Write Single Registers Writing of individual holding registers Write Multiple Coils Writing of output bits in the range of 0x0800 – 0x0FFF † GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 88 EP-5212 2 Channel Frequency Measurement, 100 kHz EP-5261 1 Channel Serial Communications, 232, 422, 485 EP-5311 1 Channel SSI Encoder, BCD or Gray-Code Format, 5/24 VDC EP-5422 2 Channels PWM Output, Positive Logic, 24VDC, 0.5 A GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 89: Packed Process Data

    The byte granularly packed process data contains all input data (register range 0x0000 to 0x01FF) and output data (register range 0x0800 to 0x09FF) of the RSTi-EP station. Note: The start address(es) of each module’s process data are listed in register 0x2B00 – 0x2B7F (refer to the section 0x2B00 –...
  • Page 90 4 DWord, 2 Word 2 DWord, 2 Word EP-5422 2 Word 2 DWord, 2 Word EP-5442 2 Word 2 DWord, 2 Word EP-3164 4 Word EP-3264 4 Word EP-3124 4 Word EP-3804 4 Word EP-3368 8 Word GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 91 Chapter 4 Detailed Descriptions of the Fieldbus Network Adapters EP-3468 8 Word EP-4164 4 Word EP-4264 4 Word EP-3704 4 Word EP-1901 4 Byte EP-1922 4 Byte EP-1902 4 Byte GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 92: 0X1000 - 0X1006 Network Adapter Identifier

    In case of multiple diagnoses for one module, only the most up-to-date diagnosis is displayed. The next diagnostic is then placed in a wait loop and only becomes active once the current one has been confirmed. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 93: 0X101C - 0X101F Collective Process Message For I/O Modules

    In default setting the force mode can be enabled via the web server (after Login). The force mode can be locked by writing the double word ”LOCK“ (0x4C4F, 0x434B). Writing of ”FREE“ (0x4652, 0x4545) will unlock the force mode again. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 94: 0X1031 Modbus Connection Mode Register

    They are, however, displayed locally on the RSTi-EP hardware with red LEDs (SF and module) and also can be read in the module-specific diagnostic registers 0xAXXX.
  • Page 95: 0X1137 Data Format

    For each module there are two registers reserved to indicate the offset between the start address within the packed pro- cess data and the address 0x0000: The first register indicates the bit-offset of the outputs, the second one indicates the bit-offset of the inputs. Thus, it is possible to use these GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 96: 0X8000 - 0X87Ff Process Data Inputs

    Example: Parameter 8 of module 3 has the address 0xC207 (provided that there is no 32 bit parameter prior to it in the same module). Examples for 32 bit parameters are “Period duration“ of the pulse width modulation modules and „End value“ of the counter modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 97: Digital Input Module Ep-1214

    Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules This chapter contains detailed descriptions and technical specification of the various RSTi-EP modules. 5.1 Digital Input Module EP-1214 Digital Input Module EP-1214 Connection Diagram EP-1214 The digital input module EP-1214 can detect up to 4 input signals. One sensor can be connected to each connector using a 2-wire, 3-wire or 3-wire + FE connection.
  • Page 98 Yellow: Input 0 active Yellow: Input 1 active Yellow: Input 2 active Yellow: Input 3 active For error messages, refer to the chapter, Accessories and Replacement Parts. System GND IN 24 VDC IN EP-1214 Block Diagram EP-1214 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 99 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network aadapter used (refer to the table in the section Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Channels Sensor types...
  • Page 100 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 101: Digital Input Module Ep-1218

    The digital input module EP-1218 can detect up to 8 input signals. Two sensors can be connected to each connector using a 2-wire connection. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The module electronics supply the connected sensors with power from the input current path (I GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 102 Yellow: Input 4 active Yellow: Input 5 active Yellow: Input 6 active Yellow: Input 7 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. System GND IN 24VDC IN EP-1218 Block Diagram EP-1218 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 103 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Sensor types...
  • Page 104 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 105: Digital Input Module Ep-1318

    The digital input module EP-1318 can detect up to 8 input signals. Two sensors can be connected to each connector using a 2-wire or 3-wire connection. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The module electronics supply the connected sensors with power from the input current path (I GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 106 Yellow: Input 2 active Yellow: Input 3 active Yellow: Input 4 active Yellow: Input 5 active Yellow: Input 6 active Yellow: Input 7 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-1318 Block Diagram EP-1318 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 107 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Sensor types...
  • Page 108 Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) Process Data Inputs EP-1318 Byte Description IX0.0 IX0.1 IX0.2 IX0.3 IX0.4 IX0.5 IX0.6 IX0.7 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 109: Digital Input Module Ep-1804

    2-wire connection. Both L and N connections of each input are bridged internally. The four inputs are galvanic isolated, they can be supplied with input voltages between 110V AC and 230V AC. Solely AC measurements can be run. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 110 The input frequency may be 65 Hz at maximum, the switching frequency 15 Attention Hz at maximum. The module can be destroyed by too high input currents of the sinal lines. The inputs must be ensured using a slow fuse max. 4 A. Attention GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 111 Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault EP-1804 Yellow: Input 0 active Yellow: Input 1 active Yellow: Input 2 active Yellow: Input 3 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. Block Diagram EP-1804 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 112 Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps 4kV between the channels as well as between channels and power...
  • Page 113 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 114 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Process Data Inputs EP-1804 Byte Description IX0.0 IX0.1 IX0.2 IX0.3 IX0.4 Reserved IX0.5 Reserved IX0.6 Reserved IX0.7 Reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 115: Digital Input Module Ep-125F

    The EP-125F digital input module can detect up to 16 input signals. Four sensors can be connected to each connector in a 1-wire connection. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The connected sensors must be supplied with power from the input current path IIN (e.g. with potential distribution modules). GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 116 Yellow: Input 11 active Yellow: Input 12 active Yellow: Input 13 active Yellow: Input 14 active Yellow: Input 15 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. System EP-125F Block Diagram EP-125F GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 117 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Sensor types...
  • Page 118 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 119 DI14 IX1.7 DI15 † Internal process data mapping with data format Standard. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data format of the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 120: Digital Input Module Ep-12F4

    One sensor can be connected to each connector using a 2-wire, 3-wire, or 3-wire connection + FE. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The module electronics supply the connected sensors with power from the input current path (I GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 121 Yellow: Input 0 active Yellow: Input 1 active Yellow: Input 2 active Yellow: Input 3 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. System GND IN 24 VDC IN EP-12F4 Block Diagram EP-12F4 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 122 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Sensor types...
  • Page 123 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 124: Time Stamp Function

    Time stamp ETS_US The 16-bit timer (0 ... 65535μs) in the u-remote module is started as soon as the power supply is switched on and after (216 -1) μs restarts at 0. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 125: Example For The Mode Of Operation

    (or no longer) available have a grey background Process Image is Empty at t 1st ETS Entry at t A rising 0-1 edge on DI 0 causes the 1st ETS entry at address + 0. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 126 3rd ETS Entry at t3 A falling 1-0 edge on DI 0 causes the 3rd ETS entry..4th to14th ETS Entry ... 15th ETS Entry at t A rising 0-1 edge on DI 0 causes the15th ETS entry. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 127 A rising 0-1 edge on DI 1 causes the16th ETS entry. The 1 ETS entry is deleted and not available anymore. 17th ETS Entry at t A falling 1-0 edge on DI 1 causes the17th ETS entry. The 2nd ETS entry is deleted and not available anymore. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 128: Digital Output Module Ep-2214

    A. One discrete output can be connected to each connector using a 2-wire, 3-wire or 3-wire connection + FE. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The outputs are supplied with power from the output current path (I GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 129 Yellow: Output 0 active Yellow: Output 1 active Yellow: Output 2 active Yellow: Output 3 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. System GND OUT 24VDC OUT EP-2214 Block Diagram EP-2214 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 130 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Type of load...
  • Page 131 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 132 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Process Data Outputs EP-2214 Byte Description OX0.0 OX0.1 OX0.2 OX0.3 OX0.4 reserved OX0.5 reserved OX0.6 reserved OX0.7 reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 133: Digital Output Module Ep-2614

    One discrete output can be connected to each connector using a 2-wire, 3-wire or 3-wire connection + FE. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The outputs are supplied with power from the output current path (I GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 134 Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Yellow: Output 0 active Yellow: Output 1 active Yellow: Output 2 active Yellow: Output 3 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-2614 Block Diagram EP-2614 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 135 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Type of load...
  • Page 136 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 137 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Process Data Outputs EP-2614 Byte Description OX0.0 OX0.1 OX0.2 OX0.3 OX0.4 reserved OX0.5 reserved OX0.6 reserved OX0.7 reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 138: Digital Output Module Ep-2634

    1 is set to 24 V, channel 2 is set to GND, channel 3 is deactivated and channel 4 is set to 24 V. The module is protected against external voltages between 0 V and the operating voltage. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 139 Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Yellow: Output 0 active Yellow: Output 1 active Yellow: Output 2 active Yellow: Output 3 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-2634 Block Diagram EP-2634 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 140 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Type of load...
  • Page 141 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 142 Byte Format Name Remark OX0.0 OP-mode DO0 0: Sinking, 1: Sourcing OX0.1 OP-mode DO1 0: Sinking, 1: Sourcing OX0.2 OP-mode DO2 0: Sinking, 1: Sourcing OX0.3 OP-mode DO3 0: Sinking, 1: Sourcing OX0.4 OX0.5 OX0.6 OX0.7 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 143: Digital Output Module Ep-2218

    The EP-2218 digital output module can control up to 8 discrete outputs, each with a maximum of 0.5A. Discrete outputs can be connected to each connector in a 2-wire connection. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The outputs are supplied with power from the output current path (I GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 144 Yellow: Output 4 active Yellow: Output 5 active Yellow: Output 6 active Yellow: Output 7 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. System 24VDC OUT GND OUT EP-2218 Block Diagram EP-2218 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 145 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section Order and Arrangement of the Modules.) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Type of load...
  • Page 146 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 147 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Process Data Outputs EP-2218 Byte Description OX0.0 OX0.1 OX0.2 OX0.3 OX0.4 OX0.5 OX0.6 OX0.7 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 148: Digital Output Module Ep-225F

    The EP-225F digital output module can control up to 16 discrete outputs, each with a maximum of 0.5 A. Four discrete outputs can be connected to each connector. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The outputs are supplied with power from the output current path (I GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 149 Yellow: Output 11 active Yellow: Output 12 active Yellow: Output 13 active Yellow: Output 14 active Yellow: Output 15 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. System 24VDC OUT EP-225F Block Diagram EP-225F GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 150 Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network Order and adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Arrangement of the Modules Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Type of load...
  • Page 151 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 152 DO14 OX1.7 DO15 Internal process data mapping with data format “Standard”. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data † format of the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 153: Digital Output Module Ep- 2814

    Each connector features a potential-free NO (Normally Open) contact. For protection against extreme disturbance level, use surge protection terminals with varistor (refer to the connection diagram). GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 154 Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Yellow: Output 0 active Yellow: Output 4 active Yellow: Output 8 active Yellow: Output 12 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP2814 Block Diagram EP-2814 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 155 System data Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Type...
  • Page 156 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 157 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Process Data Inputs EP-2814 Byte Description OX0.0 OX0.1 OX0.2 OX0.3 OX0.4 reserved OX0.5 reserved OX0.6 reserved OX0.7 reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 158: Digital Output Module Ep- 2714

    When using relay modules EP-2714 in explosive atmosphere: • Condensation shall be avoided. • If the switching voltage exceeds 63 V, a transient protection device shall be provided that limits the transients to a peak voltage of 500 V Caution or less. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 159 Module Status Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Yellow: Output 0 active Yellow: Output 1 active Yellow: Output 2 active Yellow: Output 3 active For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 160 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Derating Curve EP-2714 Block Diagram EP-2714 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 161 System data Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in Section Order and Arrangement of the Modules). Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Type...
  • Page 162 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 163 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Process Data Inputs EP-2714 Byte Description OX0.0 OX0.1 OX0.2 OX0.3 OX0.4 reserved OX0.5 reserved OX0.6 reserved OX0.7 reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 164: Digital Output Module Ep- 5111

    • Latch value, comparison value, setting value, input filter (parametrizable) • HW gate reset, digital output for comparison • Alarm and diagnostic function with μs time stamp • μs time stamp for counting value (for example, for speed measurements) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 165 Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Yellow: A/pulse controlled Yellow: B/direction controlled Yellow: output set Yellow: reset input controlled Yellow: latch input controlled Yellow: gate input (HW gate) controlled For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 166 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules EP-5111 Block Diagram EP-5111 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 167 Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in Section Order and Arrangement of the Modules). Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Galvanic isolation 500 V DC between the current paths...
  • Page 168 HW gate disabled (0) / enabled (1) disabled Counter behavior interrupt Interrupt counting (0) / Cancel counting (1) internal gate counting End value -2147483648 to 2147483647 2147483647 Load value -2147483648 to 2147483647 Hysteresis 0 to 255 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 169 Parameter error Module Type 0x08 Module type Channel information available Reserved Reserved Reserved Error byte 2 Reserved Reserved Internal diagnostic FIFO full Reserved Error byte 3 Reserved Process alarm lost Reserved Channel type Channel type 0x76 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 170 IX9.4 Underflow performed remains until reset of the status bits IX9.5 Zero crossing performed remains until reset of the status bits IX9.6 Latch input active IX9.7 reserved IB10 Word Time stamp GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 171 Status input channel 0 A (track A) X1.1 Status input channel 0 B (track B) X1.2 Status input "Latch" X1.3 Status input "Gate" X1.4 Status input "Reset" X1.5- X1.7 reserved 16 bit time stamp 0 ... 65535μs, rotating GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 172: Setting Up The Counter

    With activated hardware gate, there is a logic AND connection of SW gate and HW gate, so that the gate functions operate exclusively on the HW gate. In this case, opening and closing of the SW gate has an interrupting effect only. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 173 Upon exceeding the upper or lower counting limit, the status bit Overflow performed or Underflow performed is set and a process alarm is triggered if it is parameterized. The status bits remain set until they are reset with the bit “Reset status bits” in the control word. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 174 Underflow performed is set and a process alarm will be triggered if it is parameterised. • To restart counting, the internal gate must be reopened. Depending on the parameters set, counting continues from the current counting value (Interrupt counting) or it starts again from the load value (Cancel counting). GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 175 Valid range of values End value –2 147 483 647 (–2 + 1) to +2 147 483 647 (2 – 1) Upper count limit +2 147 483 648 (2 1-time Counting/ Primary Direction Down 1-time Counting, Primary Direction Down GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 176 The status bit Overflow performed or Underflow performed is set and a process alarm will be triggered if it is parameterized. All status bits remain set until they are reset with the bit Reset status bits in the control word. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 177 Counting Range Limits Valid range of values End value –2 147 483 647 (–2 + 1) to +2 147 483 647 (2 – 1) Lower count limit +2 147 483 648 (2 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 178 Counting Range Limits Valid range of values End value –2 147 483 647 (–2 ) to +2 147 483 646 (2 – 2) Upper count limit +2 147 483 648 (2 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 179: Additional Functions Features

    If a 0-1 edge appears at the latch input during a counting process, the current counter value is stored in the latch register. The latch register is accessed through the process data inputs. With every activation of the counter the latch value is set to 0. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 180 After changing the hysteresis value, an active hysteresis remains active. The new hysteresis value is actived during the next hysteresis event. The behavior of the output for hysteresis = 0 (hysteresis deactivated) and hysteresis = 3 is shown in the following diagrams (legends describe the behavior for hysteresis = 3): GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 181 5 Comparison condition met ➝ output is set and hysteresis activated 6 Comparison condition met and hysteresis active ➝ output remains set 7 Leaving the hysteresis range and comparison condition no longer met ➝ output is reset GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 182 5 Comparison condition met ➝ pulse of the parameterised duration is output, hysteresis activated 6 Comparison condition met and hysteresis active ➝ no pulse 7 Comparison condition not met, leaving the hysteresis range ➝ hysteresis deactivated GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 183 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 184 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 185: Digital Counter Module Ep- 5112

    Counting frequency 100 kHz max (AB 1/2/4-times sampling or pulse and direction) • Comparison value, setting value, input filter (parametrizable) • Alarm and diagnostic function with μs time stamp • μs time stamp for value counting (for example, for speed measurements) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 186 Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Yellow: CH0 A pulse controlled Yellow: CH0 B direction controlled Yellow: CH1 A pulse controlled Yellow: CH1 B direction controlled For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-5112 Block Diagram EP-5112 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 187 Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules). Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Galvanic isolation 500 V DC between the current paths...
  • Page 188 The Enable substitute value setting - The counter value is frozen. Once normal operating conditions have been restored, the counter value is reset to the parameterised load value. • All outputs off setting - The counter behaves in the same way as for Hold last value. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 189 Channel error Reserved 16 – 23 Channel error Reserved 24 – 31 Reserved Overflow/underflow/end value Channel 0 error Comparison value reached Reserved Channel 2 error Reserve,d Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 190 Reserved - 11.7 Internal process data mapping with data format Standard. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data † format of the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 191 Reserved - 11.7 † Internal process data mapping with data format “Standard”. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data format of the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 192: Setting Up The Counter

    (SW gate), it is activated using a 0-1 edge at the bit Set SW gate in the control word and deactivated with a 0-1 edge at the bit Reset SW gate in the control word (see table Process data outputs). GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 193 Underflow performed is set and a process alarm is triggered if it is parameterized. The status bits remain set until they are reset with the bit Reset status bits in the control word. One-time Counting/ No Primary Direction GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 194 The internal gate is automatically closed, the status bit End value reached is set and a process alarm will be triggered if it is parameterized. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 195 Counting Range Limits Valid range of values End value –2 147 483 648 (–2 ) to +2 147 483 647 (2 –2) Upper count limit +2 147 483 647 (2 – 1) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 196 The status bit "Underflow performed" is set and a process alarm will be triggered if it is parameterised. All status bits remain set until they are reset with the bit "Reset status bits" in the control word. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 197: Additional Counter Features

    Hysteresis: reduces frequent toggling of the comparison bit and/or excessive triggering of a process alarm, e.g. when the value of a sensor signal fluctuates around the comparison value. It is possible to count beyond the lower count limit. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 198 0 and 1. The hysteresis is activated upon reaching the comparison condition. The comparison result remains unchanged during active hysterersis until the counting value reaches the predetermined hysteresis limit. After leaving the hysteresis range, hysteresis is reactivated only upon reaching the comparison condition again. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 199 5 Comparison condition no longer met but hysteresis still active ➝ status bit remains set 6 Comparison condition met, hysteresis still active ➝ status bit remains set 7 Leaving the hysteresis range and comparison condition met ➝ status bit remains set GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 200 5 Comparison condition met ➝ status bit is set and hysteresis activated 6 Comparison condition met and hysteresis active ➝ status bit remains set 7 Leaving the hysteresis range and comparison condition no longer met ➝ status bit is reset GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 201 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules EP-5112 Counter Operation through Parameter\Signal Evaluation\Rotary Transducer xxx GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 202 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules EP-5112 Counter Operation through Parameter\Signal Evaluation\ Pulse/Direction (A/B) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 203: Digital Frequency Counter Module Ep- 5212

    (I The EP-5212 has: • Two counter inputs 24 V DC • Counting frequency 100 kHz max • Digitally adjustable input filter to suppress interferences (17 filter frequencies gradually adjustable between 3 Hz and 187 kHz) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 204 Green: Communication over the system bus Module Status Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Yellow: CH0 active (1-level) Yellow: CH1 active (1-level) For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-5212 Block Diagram EP-5212 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 205 Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network Adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Galvanic isolation 500 V DC between the current paths...
  • Page 206 92 Hz 10.87 ms 11 ms 46 Hz 21.74 ms 22 ms 23 Hz 43.47 ms 43 ms 11 Hz 90.90 ms 91 ms 6 Hz 166.67 ms 167 ms 3 Hz 333.33 ms 333 ms GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 207 Diagnostic bits per channel Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 208 - 11.7 Internal process data mapping with data format Standard. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data format of † the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 209: Function Frequency Counting

    Setting of Bit 9 in the control word of each channel stops the cyclic measurement. If the last measurement cycle has not been run through completely, the current measured period will be set to the maximum value of 0x7FFFFFFF, the rising edges will be set to zero. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 210 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Functional Principle Frequency Counting GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 211 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Frequency Counter EP-5212 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 212: Serial Communication Module Ep-5261

    The communication status is indicated by two LEDs on the respective plug. The module electronics supply the connected data terminal device with power from the input current path (I ) either with 5VDC or 24VDC (parameterizable). Both supply voltage outputs are protected against overcurrent. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 213 Transmit data Green Request to send Blue Clear to send Signal ground Grey Assignment of the 25-pole plug (male) Receive data Green Transmit data Brown Request to send Yellow Clear to send Grey Signal ground Blue GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 214 RS422: Connect the wires for transmitting signals TXD+/TXD– and those for receiving signals RXD+/RXD– in pairs respectively. You can use any wire for the ground singal GND COM. The remaining free wires should be connected to ground. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 215 3.3 Yellow flashing: Data are being recieved 3.4 Yellow flashing: Data are being transmitted Green: Supply voltage +5VDC Green: Supply voltage +24VDC For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. Block Diagram EP-5261 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 216 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network Adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Serial Interface Number Type...
  • Page 217 Channel type Channel type 0x79 Diagnostic bits per channel Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 218 Length of the data / diagnosis data in Word / of the this frame subsequent diagnosis data IB 2 ... IB 7 User data of the Received data transferred telegram IB 2 ... IB 15 segment GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 219 STAT = 1 or changing from 0 to 1: The buffers cannot be scrubbed. Length of the Word data segment User data of the QB 2 ... QB 7 Transmission transferred data telegram QB 2 ... QB 15 segment GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 220 Or select one of the function blocks provided by the engineering tool. For programming, regard the following schemes showing the sequences for receiving and transmission. Scheme of the Receiving Sequence Scheme of the Transmission Sequence GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 221 Activate ready for communi- communi- cation cation (response) Module (1 ..14) received bytes Receive data acknow- ledge after data taken over Before changing (1..14) TX-CNT, set TX bytes Send data acknow- ledge after module sent data GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 222: Ssi Encoder Interface Module Ep- 5311

    (I Note: The SSI encoder must be connected using a shielded wire (maximum length 320 m with 125 kHz). The shielding has to be designed as described in the sections, Earthing (functional earth FE) and Shielding. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 223 Yellow: Data In active Yellow: Data In active Yellow: Data In active Green: Power supply sensor +5VDC Green: Power supply sensor +24VDC For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. Block Diagram EP-5311 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 224 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network Adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Number of channels Type...
  • Page 225 1 to 0 (0) / 0 to 1 (1) 1 to 0 Data format Binary (0) / Gray-Code (1) Gray-Code SSI interface Disabled (0) / enabled (1) Disabled † Values in brackets for Modbus-TCP and EtherCAT GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 226 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 227: Digital Pulse Width Modulation Output Module Ep- 5422

    For each channel the current status can be read in an status word. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The outputs are supplied with power from the output current path (IOUT). The module is protected against external voltages between 0 V and the operating voltage. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 228 Yellow: PWM output 1 – 100%, P-switching Yellow flashing at 2 Hz: PWM output 0 is > 0 and < 100%, PN-switching or P-switching For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-5422 Block Diagram EP-5422 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 229 System data Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Outputs Number Type...
  • Page 230 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 231 QX11.2 … QX11.7 reserved Internal process data mapping with data format Standard. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data format of † the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 232: Digital Pulse Width Modulation Output Module Ep- 5442

    For each channel the current status can be read in an status word. A status LED is assigned to each channel. The outputs are supplied with power from the output current path (IOUT). The module is protected against external voltages between 0 V and the operating voltage. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 233 Yellow: PWM output 1 – 100%, P-switching Yellow flashing at 2 Hz: PWM output 0 is > 0 and < 100%, PN-switching or P-switching For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-5442 Block Diagram EP-5442 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 234 Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number of counter inputs...
  • Page 235 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 236 QX11.2 … QX11.7 reserved Internal process data mapping with data format Standard. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data format of † the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 237: Analog Input Module Ep- 3164

    (I The inputs are protected against voltage surges and overcurrent. Voltages that exceed ±30 V may cause the destruction of the module. As a protection against overcurrent, the module temporarily switches to voltage mode. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 238 Module Status Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-3164 Block Diagram EP-3164 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 239 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Input values 1.
  • Page 240 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 241 0x7EFF Overloading 27648 0x6C00 D = 27648 x (U – 1) / 4 1 - 5 V 13824 0x3600 Nominal range U = D x 4 / 27648 + 1 0x0000 0.30 V -4864 0xED00 Underloading GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 242 U = D x 4 / 27648 + 1 -2.5 V -13824 0xCA00 -5 V -27648 0x9400 -5.88 V -32511 0x8100 Underloading The following applies for all ranges: input value > overload range = 0x7FFF input value < underload range = 0x8000 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 243: Analog Input Module Ep- 3264

    Voltages that exceed ±30 V may cause the destruction of the module. As a protection against overcurrent, the module temporarily switches to voltage mode. The module provides individual channel diagnosis with channel related error messages. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 244 Red: +24 V short circuit or line break (with current < 1 mA) Red: channel error Red: +24 V short circuit or line break (with current < 1 mA) For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-3264 Block Diagram EP-3264 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 245 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Input values 1.
  • Page 246 Number of similar channels per module Error at channel 0 Error at channel 1 Error at channel 2 Channel error Error at channel 3 Reserved Channel error 8-15 Reserved Channel error 16-23 Reserved Channel error 24-31 Reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 247 Fuse blown Channel 2 error Line break signal Reserved Lower limit exceeded Upper limit exceeded Channel 4 error 15 - 42 0 - 7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 248 0x7EFF Overloading 27648 0x6C00 D = 27648 x (U – 1) / 4 1 - 5 V 13824 0x3600 Nominal range U = D x 4 / 27648 + 1 0x0000 0.30 V -4864 0xED00 Underloading GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 249 U = D x 4 / 27648 + 1 -2.5 V -13824 0xCA00 -5 V -27648 0x9400 -5.88 V -32511 0x8100 Underloading The following applies for all ranges: input value > overload range = 0x7FFF input value < underload range = 0x8000 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 250: Analog Input Module Ep- 3124

    (I The inputs are protected against voltage surges and overcurrent. Voltages that exceed ±30 V may cause the destruction of the module. As a protection against overcurrent, the module temporarily switches to voltage mode. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 251 Module Status Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-3124 Block Diagram EP-3124 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 252 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Input values 1.
  • Page 253 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 254 0x7EFF Overloading 27648 0x6C00 D = 27648 x (U – 1) / 4 1 - 5 V 13824 0x3600 Nominal range U = D x 4 / 27648 + 1 0x0000 0.30 V -4864 0xED00 Underloading GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 255 U = D x 4 / 27648 + 1 -2.5 V -13824 0xCA00 -5 V -27648 0x9400 -5.88 V -32511 0x8100 Underloading The following applies for all ranges: input value > overload range = 0x7FFF input value < underload range = 0x8000 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 256: Analog Input Module Ep-3368

    The inputs are protected against overcurrent by a self-resetting fuse. Note: This module is released with UL Ordinary Locations certification. The class 1 Division 2 certification for this module is in process. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 257 Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-3368 Block Diagram EP-3368 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 258 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Input values...
  • Page 259 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 260 I= D x 16 / 27648 + 4 4 mA 0x0000 1.19 mA -4864 0xED00 Underloading The following applies for all ranges: input value > overload range = 0x7FFF input value < underload range = 0x8000 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 261: Analog Input Module Ep-3468

    The inputs are protected against overcurrent by a self-resetting fuse. The module provides individual channel diagnosis with channel related error messages. Note: This module is released with UL Ordinary Locations certification. The class 1 Division 2 certification for this module is in process. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 262 Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-3468 Block Diagram EP-3468 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 263 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Input values...
  • Page 264 IB14 Word IB15 † Internal process data mapping with data format Standard. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data format of the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 265 Number of similar channels per module Error at channel 0 Error at channel 1 Error at channel 2 Error at channel 3 Error at channel 4 Channel error Error at channel 5 Error at channel 6 Error at channel 7 Reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 266 I= D x 16 / 27648 + 4 4 mA 0x0000 1.19 mA -4864 0xED00 Underloading The following applies for all ranges: input value > overload range = 0x7FFF input value < underload range = 0x8000 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 267: Analog Output Module Ep-4164

    A status LED is assigned to each channel. The outputs are supplied with power from the output current path (I The outputs as well as the sense-lines of the AO modules must not be used as power outputs. Caution GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 268 Red: Channel 3 at voltage output: overload short-circuit, at current output: shunt resistance too high or line break detected For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-4164 Block Diagram EP-4164 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 269 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number 1. Voltage (0 – 5 V, ±5 V, 0 – 10 V, ±10 V, 1 – 5 V, 2 – 10 V) Output levels 2.
  • Page 270 Number of diagnostic bit per channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Channel error 7-10 0-31 Reserved Channel 0 error 0–7 Reserved Channel 31 error Time stamp 43-46 Time stamp [μs] (32 bit) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 271 10 V 27648 0x6C00 D = 27648 x (U – 2) / 8 2 - 10 V 13824 0x3600 Nominal range U = D x 8 / 27648 + 2 0x0000 0.59 V -4864 0xED00 Underloading GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 272 If the process value is beyond the valid value range, the corresponding channel releases 0 V and 0 mA respectively The following applies for all ranges: value > overload range = output deactivated value < underload range = output deactivated GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 273: Analog Output Module Ep-4264

    (I The module provides individual channel diagnosis with channel related error messages. The outputs as well as the sense-lines of the AO modules must not be used as power outputs. Caution GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 274 Red: Channel 3 at voltage output: overload short-circuit, at current output: shunt resistance too high or line break detected For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-4264 Block Diagram EP-4264 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 275 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number 1. Voltage (0 – 5 V, ±5 V, 0 – 10 V, ±10 V, 1 – 5 V, 2 – 10 V) Output levels 2.
  • Page 276 Number of diagnostic bit per channel channel Number of channels Number of similar channels per module Error at channel 0 Error at channel 1 Error at channel 2 Channel error Error at channel 3 Reserved 8-10 0-31 Reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 277 Word Word Word † Internal process data mapping with data format Standard. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data format of the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 278 0x7EFF Overloading 27648 0x6C00 D = 27648 x (U – 1) / 4 1 - 5 V 13824 0x3600 Nominal range U = D x 4 / 27648 + 1 0x0000 0.30 V -4864 0xED00 Underloading GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 279 If the process value is beyond the valid value range, the corresponding channel releases 0 V and 0 mA respectively The following applies for all ranges: value > overload range = output deactivated value < underload range = output deactivated GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 280: Analog Input Module Ep-3704

    The inputs are protected against voltage surges and overcurrent. Voltages that exceed ±30 V may cause the destruction of the module. The module provides individual channel diagnosis with channel related error messages. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 281 Green: Communication over the system bus Status Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-3704 Block Diagram EP-3704 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 282 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Ni100, Ni120, Ni 200, Ni500, Sensor types Ni1000, Cu10, 40 Ω, 80 Ω, 150 Ω, 300 Ω, 500 Ω, 1 kΩ, 2 kΩ, 4 kΩ...
  • Page 283 Name Bytes Description Default Module error Internal error External error Channel error Error indicator Error Power supply fault Reserved Parameter error Module Type 0x05 Module type Channel information available Reserved Reserved Reserved Error byte 2 Reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 284 Reserved Reserved Reserved Channel 1 error Line break Process alarm lost Lower limit exceeded Upper limit exceeded Parameter Error Reserved Reserved Reserved Channel 2 error Line break Process alarm lost Lower limit exceeded Upper limit exceeded GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 285 RTD2 Word RTD3 Internal process data mapping with data format “Standard”. Depending on the fieldbus specification and the data † format of the communicating fieldbus components the bytes and/or words can be reversed during data transfer. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 286 2.352 kΩ 32511 0x7FFF Overloading 2 kΩ 2.0 kΩ 27648 0x6C00 Nominal range 0x0000 > 4.703 kΩ 32767 0x7FFF Overloading or line break 4.703 kΩ 32511 0x7FFF Overloading 4 kΩ 4.0 kΩ 27648 0x6C00 Nominal range 0x0000 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 287 4892 5272 Overloading 32767 32767 32767 Line break -1000 to +2600 -1480 to 5000 1732 to 5332 -100 °C to 260 °C -1040 -1552 1692 Underloading Cu10 2640 5072 5372 Overloading 32767 32767 32767 Line break GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 288 Bit 1: Lower limit exceeded channel 1 Low alarm Bit 2: Lower limit exceeded channel 2 Bit 3: Lower limit exceeded channel 3 Bit 4 – 7: Reserved Timestamp The two least significant bytes of the internal 32-bit timer GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 289: Analog Input Module Ep-3804

    The inputs are protected against voltage surges and overcurrent. Voltages that exceed ±30 V may cause the destruction of the module. The module provides individual channel diagnosis with channel related error messages. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 290 Green: Communication over the system bus Status Red: Module System Fault or Diagnostic Fault Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error Red: channel error For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-3804 Block Diagram EP-3804 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 291 Data Process, parameter and diagnostic data depend on the network adapter used (refer to the table in the section, Order and Arrangement of the Modules) Interface RSTi-EP I/O communication bus System bus transfer rate 48 Mbps Inputs Number Sensor types...
  • Page 292 Name Bytes Description Default Module error Internal error External error Channel error Error indicator Error Power supply fault Reserved Parameter error Module Type 0x05 Module type Channel information available Reserved Reserved Reserved Error byte 2 Reserved GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 293 CJC error Channel 1 error Line break Process alarm lost Lower limit exceeded Upper limit exceeded Parameter Error Reserved Reserved CJC error Channel 2 error Line break Process alarm lost Lower limit exceeded Upper limit exceeded GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 294 ±250 mV -250 mV -32768 0x8000 500 mV 32767 0x7FFF ±500 mV -500 mV -32768 0x8000 +1 V 32767 0x7FFF ±1 V -1 V -32768 0x8000 +2 V 32767 0x7FFF ±2 V -2 V -32768 0x8000 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 295 0 to 23150 320 to 32767 (limited range) 2732 to 25882 0 °C to +2315 °C 3276.7 °F = 1802.6 °C Type C 2692 Underloading 23190 32767 25922 Overloading 32767 32767 32767 Line break, cold compensation error GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 296 Bit 1: Lower limit exceeded channel 1 Low alarm Bit 2: Lower limit exceeded channel 2 Bit 3: Lower limit exceeded channel 3 Bit 4 – 7: Reserved Timestamp The two least significant bytes of the internal 32-bit timer GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 297: Power-Feed Module For Input Current Path Ep-7631

    Power-feed Module for Input Current Path EP-7631 Connection Diagram EP-7631 Power-feed modules are used to refresh the current paths and isolate the power supply. The RSTi-EP station‘s main power supply is always fed in via the network adapter. A power-feed module EP-7631 must be connected if the current demand of the series of input modules is too large.
  • Page 298 Green: Supply voltage for input current path > 18 V DC Red: Supply voltage for input current path < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective, replace module For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-7631 Block Diagram EP-7631 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 299 Maximum feed current for input modules 10 A Current consumption from input current path I 10 mA General data Weight 76 g (6.21 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 300: Power-Feed Module For Output Current Path Ep-7641

    Power-feed Module for Output Current Path EP-7641 Connection Diagram EP-7641 Power-feed modules are used to refresh the current paths and isolate the power supply. The RSTi-EP station‘s main power supply is always fed in via the network adapter. A power-feed module EP-7641 must be connected if the current demand of the series of output modules is too large.
  • Page 301 Green: Supply voltage for input current path > 18 V DC Red: Supply voltage for input current path < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective, replace module For error messages refer to the chapter, LED Indicators and Troubleshooting. EP-7641 Block Diagram EP-7641 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 302 Maximum feed current for input modules 10 A Current consumption from outut current path I 10 mA General data Weight 76 g (2.68 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for the Fieldbus Network Adapter. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 303: Safe Feed-In Modules Ep-1901, Ep-1902, And Ep-1922

    Safe Feed-in Module EP-1901 Safe Feed-in Module EP-1922 GE provides 3 varients of RSTi-EP safe feed modules EP 1901: one safe input, EP 1902: two safe inputs and EP 1922: two safe inputs, with delayed disconnection, which are intended for connecting safety- related equipment.
  • Page 304: Potential Distribution Module For Input Current Path Ep-711F

    Note: All product-specific information and notes on the use of EP-19xx modules can be found in the Modules for Functional Safety Manual (GFK-2956). 5.33 Potential Distribution Module for Input Current Path EP-711F Power-feed Module for Output Current Path EP-711F Connection Diagram EP-711F GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 305 EP-711F Block Diagram EP-711F Specifications EP-711F Supply Supply voltage 20.4V – 28.8V General data Weight 84 g (2.96 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 306: Potential Distribution Module For Output Current Path Ep-751F

    Note: A maximum of three passive modules (power-feed module, potential distribution module, and empty slot module) may be installed in succession, however the next module to be installed must be an active module. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 307 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules EP-751F Block Diagram EP-751F Specifications EP-751F Supply Supply voltage 20.4V – 28.8V General data Weight 84 g (2.96 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 308: Potential Distribution Module For Functional Earth Ep-700F

    Note: A maximum of three passive modules (power-feed module, potential distribution module, and empty slot module) may be installed in succession, however the next module to be installed must be an active module. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 309 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules EP-700F Block Diagram EP-700F Specifications EP-700F Supply Supply voltage 20.4V – 28.8V General data Weight 84 g (2.96 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 310: 0-V Potential Distribution Module For Input Current Path Ep-710F

    Note: A maximum of three passive modules (power-feed module, potential distribution module, and empty slot module) may be installed in succession, however the next module to be installed must be an active module. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 311 EP-710F Block Diagram EP-710F Specifications EP-710F Supply Supply voltage 0 V (from input current path) General data Weight 84 g (2.96 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 312: 0-V Potential Distribution Module For Output Current Path Ep-750F

    Note: A maximum of three passive modules (power-feed module, potential distribution module, and empty slot module) may be installed in succession, however the next module to be installed must be an active module. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 313 EP-750F Block Diagram EP-750 Specifications EP-750F Supply Supply voltage 0 V (from output current path) General data Weight 84 g (2.96 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 314: Empty Slot Module Ep-8310

    Specifications EP-8310 General data Weight 70 g (2.47 oz) For additional general data, refer to the section, General Technical Data for I/O Modules. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 315: Termination Kit Ep-8301

    The end plate protects the contacts on the last module at the end of the RSTI-EP station. The station is fixed to the DIN rail on both sides via the end brackets.
  • Page 316 Chapter 5 Detailed Descriptions of I/O Modules Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 317: Preparations For Assembly

    6.1.2 DIN Rail The RSTi-EP system products are intended for installation on a DIN rail in accordance with EN 60715 [35 × 7.5 mm (1.4” x 0.3”)], steel strip in accordance with Annex A of EN 60715, or tinplated steel strip.
  • Page 318: Unpacking And Delivery

    6.1.5 Use in a Potentially Explosive Atmosphere If the RSTi-EP station is used in a potentially explosive atmosphere rated as Zone 2, the housing must meet the requirements of explosion protection type Ex n or Ex e and protection class IP54. Sensors and actuators that are located in Zone 2 or in a safe zone can be connected.
  • Page 319: Installation Position

    Note: Ensure compliance with the minimum permissible cable bending radius. In order to carry out the installation and further maintenance work and to ensure sufficient ventilation, the RSTi-EP station must be installed while observing the following minimum distances. Earth terminals already installed can be ignored when calculating the distance.
  • Page 320 Chapter 6 Installation Minimum Distances with Horizontal Installation Minimum Distances with Vertical Installation GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 321: Calculation Of Space Requirements

    Chapter 6 Installation Minimum Distance to Switch Cabinet Door (with/without Swivel Marker) 6.1.8 Calculation of Space Requirements The space requirements for a RSTi-EP station with n modules (horizontal installation) is calculated as follows: Height: 120 mm (4.72”) + 2 x 40 mm (1.57”) distances at top and bottom = 200 mm (7.87”)
  • Page 322: Arrangement Of Sil Modules

    Note: When using RSTi-EP EP-19xx modules, also refer to the Modules for Functional Safety Manual (GFK-2956). 6.1.11 Preparation and the required tool The DIN rail must already be installed. To mechanically install the RSTi-EP station, you will need a 3- mm screwdriver. •...
  • Page 323 (using a 3-mm (0.1”) screwdriver). Attaching the End Bracket Note: When installing the RSTi-EP products, make sure that you listen for the double click: a) When snapping onto the DIN rail b) When pushing together with the neighboring module.
  • Page 324 DIN rail so that the network adapter is not tilted. Sliding the Bus network adapter into Position 4. Place the first module on the DIN rail and press it down firmly. It must audibly click into place. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 325 10. Screw down the end bracket tightly (using a 3-mm screwdriver). 11. Make sure that all release levers are in the locking position as standard. If this is not the case, click the open release lever into place. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 326: Attaching The Marker

    A swivel marker, available as an accessory (EP-8100), is best suited for making detailed markings on the connector frame. 1. Snap the swivel marker into place on top of the module connector frame. Attaching the Swivel Marker 2. Insert the labelled marker into the swivel marker from below. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 327: Wiring

    Wires with a cross section between 0.14 mm² and 1.5 mm² (AWG 26 – 16) can be connected. The external dimensions of the crimped wire-end ferrules must conform with IEC‑60947-1. RSTi-EP modules (except HD modules) and bus network adapters are equipped with the spring-style connector system. Singlestrand and fine-strand lines with wire-end ferrules can be inserted without the need for a tool.
  • Page 328: Wiring Of Modules With Hd Connectors Ep-8360

    (AWG 22 – 26) and an outer wire diameter between 1.0 und 1.6 mm (0.04 to 0.06 in) can be connected by insulation displacement connectors (IDC). A list of SAI cables approved for the use with HD-connectors (Document-No. GFK-2971) is available to download from the GE website. Required tools: •...
  • Page 329: Insulation Test

    Chapter 6 Installation 6.5 Insulation Test Insulation tests on the RSTi-EP station have to be done according to regulations, in any case, they are necessary before each commissioning. The product can be destroyed by too high test voltage. Note during insulation test: •...
  • Page 330 Chapter 6 Installation Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 331 (in this case only one component is used). The shielding and earthing systems must be planned carefully to provide adequate safeguards for personnel and equipment. The following sections describe the complexity and special characteristics in more detail. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual November 2017...
  • Page 332: Earthing Of Shielded Cables

    In addition, galvanic and capacitive coupling as well as electrical fields and other processes are causes for interference voltages. Here, high-frequency voltage fluctuations – known as transients – are the cause of interference with a high level of effectiveness. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 333: Shielded Cables Increase Interference Resistance

    These types of interference usually occur mixed together, but they can be categorised as follows: • Electromagnetic fields • Ripple voltage (50 Hz) • Lightning • Interference pulses (current, voltage) • Transient surge voltages • Radio interference • ESD (electrostatic discharge) • Burst • Mains feedback GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 334: Effective Shielding

    The following sketches show the possible shielding connections to protective earth. A one-sided connection of the shielding protects against capacitive coupling of interference voltages. If you use a two-sided shielding connection, make sure that compensating current (different earth potentials) does not flow through the cable shield. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 335 For non-isolated measurement locations, two gas discharge tubes must be installed. One connects the shield to earth, and the other connects it to the non-isolated measurement location. This method prevents a galvanic coupling between the measurement circuit and the earthed measurement location. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 336: Potential Ratios

    A potential-free design is made possible through the use of an isolated power supply at the system power supply and the field power supply The block diagram shows the typical design of a RSTi-EP system. The power supply concept here makes sure that, starting with a certain capacity utilisation, power refresh is implemented using power-feed modules.
  • Page 337: Non-Isolated Design

    In a non-isolated design, the reference potentials of control and load circuits are galvanically connected to each other. RSTi-EP Earthing Concept: The spring contacts underneath the module and the network adapter snap into the DIN rail to make a connection.
  • Page 338: Electromagnetic Compatibility (Emc)

    Aspects to consider include all potential interference sources such as galvanic, inductive and capacitive couplings, as well as radiation couplings. 7.3.1 Ensuring EMC To ensure EMC, the following basic principles must be observed during installation of the RSTi-EP modules: •...
  • Page 339: Unearthed Operation

    Remove the insulating layer on painted, anodised or insulated metal components in the area around the connection point • Protect the connection point against corrosion (e.g. using grease; Attention: only use grease suitable for the purpose) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 340: Cabinet Design According To Emc Guidelines

    6 Protective earth terminal strip The protective earth terminal strip must be connected to the protective earth conductor rail in a neutral-point configuration. 7 Cable to protective conductor system (earthing point) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 341 Chapter 7 Earthing and Shielding The cable must be connected to a large part of the protective conductor system. Refer to EMC Directive 2004/108/EC GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 342: Shielding Of Cables

    Caution As an alternative, a doubled version (galvanically isolated) can be used, whereby the inner shield is connected on one side and the outside shield is connected on both sides. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 343: Equipotential Bonding

    (PE/FE) must be connected in a neutral-point configuration according to regulations for switch cabinets. When disassembled, RSTi-EP modules and network adapters are at risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD). Therefore, avoid touching bus connections with bare hands, as this can lead to damage due to electrostatic discharges.
  • Page 344 Chapter 7 Earthing and Shielding GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 345 Chapter 7 Earthing and Shielding Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 346: Requirements

    The control unit must be in operation. • The RSTi-EP station must be completely assembled and wired up. • The control unit and RSTi-EP station must be connected via fieldbus, and a PC/laptop must also be connected. • The power supply must be turned on.
  • Page 347: Configuring Epxpns001

    From the PROFINET Device Catalog, expand the EPXPNS001 line and select the module type: Select the EPXPNS001 type and click OK. The EPXPNS001 displays in the Navigator window: The device name, IP address of the EPXPNS001 can be changed by right-clicking on the scanner and selecting properties. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 348 Note: When firmware is updated, the IP address is not retained when configured using the master module. But when configured in web server and the same IP is used in the master, it is retained during profinet NA firmware update. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 349: Configuring Epxpns001 Parameters

    By default, the EPXPNS001 is not set up for Media Redundancy. If the system will use Media Redundancy, open the Media Redundancy Tab and select Client. PROFINET Scanner Parameters (General Parameters Tab) The EPXPNS001 has seven module parameters: GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 350 User can enable the force of outputs while the slave is communicating with the master or can lock the force mode so that the outputs can not be forced. PROFINET Scanner Parameters (GSDML Tab) The EPXPNS001 module’s GSDML tab displays the information from its GSDML file. This information cannot be edited. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 351: Adding Epxpns001 Modules To A Remote Node

    To add a module to the remote node, right click on the EPXPNS001 icon in the Navigator and select Change Module List. In the right pane of the Change Module List window, expand the list of VersaMax module types. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 352: Configuring Epxpns001 Module Parameters

    OK to add them to the configuration. 8.2.3 Configuring EPXPNS001 Module Parameters After adding RSTi-EP modules to the remote node, their parameters must be configured. For all EPXPNS001 modules, this includes configuring a set of basic parameters (such as: reference address, length, general parameters).
  • Page 353: Configuring Epxpbs001

    8.3.1 Adding Slaves and Modules ➢ To add slaves and modules 1. Start GE Proficy Machine Edition. 2. In the Navigator window, right-click the EPXPNS001 and select Add Slave. The Slave Catalog dialog box displays. This dialog box lists the slave devices that are available to configure in the PROFIBUS network.
  • Page 354 6. Select a module and click OK. The module is added to the Modules list in the Slave Properties dialog box. Add additional modules as required for your system. The following figure shows the Modules tab after several modules have been added. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 355 Hardware Configuration. Note: To add, remove, or change the order of modules associated with an existing slave, right-click the Slave node in the Hardware Configuration and select Configure. The Properties dialog box for the selected slave opens. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 356: Configuring Module Data Areas

    PLC memory. ■ For EP-5111, EP-5112, EP-5212, EP-5442 and EP-5422 modules, user should set Swap Bytes to true. In application if the user want to access the DWORD for these modules, use SWAP_DWORD function block. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 357: Configuring Dp-V1 Settings For A Slave

    ➢ To enable DP-V1: 1. From the Project Navigator, right-click the Slave and select Properties. 2. In the Properties window, click the ellipsis (…) in the DPV1 Settings field. The PROFIBUS DPV1 Setup dialog box displays. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 358 Access Point Choices: Master Alarmacknowledge SAP51: Master quits alarms via SAP51. Master Alarmacknowledge SAP50: Master quits alarms via SAP50. Configuration Data The DPV1 data types. Convention Choices: Configuration Data of EN 50170 Configuration Data of DPV1 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 359: Configuring Epxect001

    8.4 Configuring EPXECT001 ➢ To configure EPXECT001 1. Open CoDeSys software, right-click CoDeSys and select Add Device. 2. From the Add Device dialog box, click to select Append device, then double-click EtherCAT Master. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 360 Chapter 8 Commissioning 3. From the CoDeSys software Tree View, select EtherCAT_Master and from the Tools menu, select Install device. 4. From the Install Device Description dialog box, select the GE_EPXETC001_TwinCAT.xml file and click Open. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 361 5. From the Add Device dialog box, click to select Append device, select the EPXETC001 device, and click Add Device. 6. From the Add Device dialog box, select the I/O devices from the list and click Add device. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 362 1. From the CodeSys software Tree View, select the Network Adapter and the Startup parameters tab. 2. Right-click the Name column, select Add from the drop-down menu, select the parameter details to add, and click OK. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 363: Configuring Epxmbe001/Epxmbe101

    TCP Network Adapter EPXMBE001/ EPXMBE101 of this manual for more ® information on the automatic Modbus/TCP register mapping information. Refer to the Chapter, Web Server for more information on editing the Network Adapter and I/O Module parameters Web Server interface. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 364 Chapter 8 Web Server Web Server With the web server, the RSTi-EP station is displayed on a connected PC. This allows you to carry out the following tasks prior to the complete commissioning of a system: • Simulate the operation of the RSTi-EP station •...
  • Page 365: Requirements

    Chapter 8 Web Server 9.1 Requirements The RSTi-EP station must be completely assembled and supplied with voltage. 9.1.1 Operating System The RSTi-EP web server is designed for operation with the Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows ® Vista operating systems.
  • Page 366: Starting The Web Server

    USB connection before you start the access via Ethernet. ➢ To start the web server 1. Open an internet browser. 2. In the address line, enter the IP address of the network adapter (default: 192.168.1.202). GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 367: Activating The Ethernet Socket

    6. Close the network adapter window and restart the network adapter. You can review the IP address in Windows Control Panel, in the Network and Sharing Center. 7. Under Unidentified network, click on LAN connection. The LAN Connection Status window displays. 8. Click Details. The Network Connection Details window opens. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 368: Setting Up Registration Data And Password Protection

    3. To change the login data, enter the new user name and the new password twice, click on change login. 4. To deactivate password protection, do not enter any new data, but instead, click on No login information. 5. If you have changed the login data, you must log back in again afterwards. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 369 (for example, AUX modules) are not registered by the web server and therefor are not displayed in the screen view. Because of this, the numbering of the modules in the web server view may deviate from the count in the actual station. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 370: Navigation And Operating Instructions

    ➢ To change the language: Click Language and select the desired setting. 9.5.2 Zooming the View In/Out ➢ To zoom the view in/out: Click on the magnifying glass symbol to zoom in or out on the station's display. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 371: Quick View (Tooltip) Of Detailed Values

    9.5.3 Quick View (Tooltip) of Detailed Values ➢ To display detailed channel values: Move the cursor slowly over the station without clicking. The detailed values of the channel on top of which the cursor is presently situated display. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 372: Displaying And Editing The Network Adapter Status

    Change the registration data and set up password protection to limit access to the web server • Reset any changes that have been made • Access the network adapter parameters • Access the network adapter's datasheet (link to product designation) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 373: Resetting The Web Server

    ➢ To reset the network adapter to factory settings 1. Click on the network adapter. 2. From the Network Adapter Status dialog box, click Factory settings. 3. Click Yes to confirm that you would like to reset the network adapter to the factory settings. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 374: Accessing Network Adapter Parameters

    1. Click on a module to view its properties. A window with all status values displays. 2. To open the datasheet for the module, click on the link next to Name. 3. To change individual parameters, click Parameters. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 375: Displaying Node Information

    3. Click Apply Changes to save all changes and close the window. 4. Click Close to close the Module Status window. 9.8 Displaying Node Information You can use this menu to display all of the Process data and Diagnostic data. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 376: Displaying Process Data

    1. From the menu bar, click Node Info and then Diagnostic data. In the overview, all of the modules that have diagnostic messages. 2. Click Diagnostic message to view the message. 3. Click Close to leave this view,. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 377: Web Server In Force Mode

    Note: If the force mode is activated during an established field bus connection a diagnose alarm is generated. Depending on parametrized alarm behaviour the PLC can continue to transmit process data and the RSTi-EP station will process them for all unforced channels. However, forced channels will ignore any process data and behave according to forced values.
  • Page 378: Open The Detail View Of The Station In Force Mode

    9.9.2 Filtering the Module View ➢ To view only the modules that you would like to force: Click the Filter bar. Displayed modules are highlighted in color in the filter bar, while hidden modules are displayed in white. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 379: Resetting Filters

    ➢ To display all modules again: Click Display all. ➢ To hide all modules: Click Hide all. 9.9.4 Manually Switching Outputs (Forcing) ➢ To switch a channel: Click on the corresponding module in the Node display. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 380: Modules With Registers

    1. Click on the channel that needs to be forced, enter the required value, and click Apply Changes. 9.9.6 Ending/Deactivating Forced Operations ➢ To cancel a forced operation: Click Restore. All of the changes you made will not have any effect. ➢ To deactivate Force mode: Click Disable. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 381: Updating Firmware

    Before you can update the firmware, you must download the latest firmware file for each network adapter and each module from the GE website to your local PC. Firmware files for the network adapter have the extension .bsc. For PROFINET network adapters, for instance, the file might be named EPXPNS001_..xyz.bsc.
  • Page 382 Chapter 8 Web Server 4. Click Update now to carry out a firmware update for individual modules in the RSTi-EP station. 5. You can also update multiple modules by clicking For Multi update Click here. Use the relevant firmware file for this purpose. Once the firmware file has been loaded, the Options area displays which modules can be updated with this file.
  • Page 383 Chapter 8 Web Server 9. Click Reset and restart the network adapter (power reset) to complete the firmware update GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 384: Web Server About Help

    9.11.1 Exporting Log Data, Saving a Service File In the event of problems and service cases, it may be helpful to save the current log data for the RSTi-EP station. This data can provide the service technician with valuable information about the malfunction.
  • Page 385 Chapter 8 Web Server Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 386: Removing/Replacing The Plug-In Unit

    Explosion Risk - Prior to starting work, ensure that there is not a potentially explosive atmosphere. Warning All work on the RSTi-EP station must be carried out with the power supply disconnected. Ensure that the place of installation (switch cabinet and such) has been disconnected from the power supply.
  • Page 387: Replacing The Electronic Unit

    Only one electronic unit may be removed from the station at any one time. If multiple electronic units have to be replaced, this must be done consecutively. The components in the RSTi-EP series can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge. Ensure that personnel and work equipment are adequately grounded.
  • Page 388 EP-3704 configured sequentially in the node, on hot-removing the module from the slot 4 would case the data from the module 5 and 6 to be reflected on variables configured for slot 4 and 5 with ‘Loss of Module’ reported Caution for slot 6. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 389 ➢ To replace the electronic unit 1. Unlock the connector frame and open it as far as possible (at least to an angle of 90°). 2. Lift the electronic unit removal lever and swivel it forwards by 90°. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 390 Chapter 10 Replacing Components 3. Using the removal lever, pull the electronic unit forwards and out. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 391 Note: The electronic units are functionally coded so that they can only be inserted into the appropriate base module. If it is not possible to insert a new electronic unit into the base module, check if the combination is correct and if there is a possible mix-up. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 392 7. In case of replacement during operation: Pay attention to the collective error LED (SF) on the field-bus network adapter. Only when this doesn't light up any more, the new electronic unit has been recognised and the next electronic unit is able to be pulled out. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 393: Replacing An I/O Module

    Ensure that the place of installation (switch cabinet and so forth) has been disconnected from Warning the power supply. The components in the RSTi-EP series can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge. Ensure that personnel and work equipment are adequately grounded. Caution To remove an individual module from the station, all modules to the right of it and the termination kit must be moved by approximately 5 cm (2 in).
  • Page 394 12. Reassemble the end plate and end bracket. 13. Place the plug-in unit in a 90° position from below into the guideway of the base module on the new module. Note: The plug-in unit can only be inserted in this 90° position. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 395: Removing/Replacing Connectors

    Caution Risk of contact fire - Remove connectors only while they are load current free. Caution The components in the RSTi-EP series can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge. Ensure that personnel and work equipment are adequately grounded. Caution...
  • Page 396 3. Remove the connector by pulling it off. 4. Insert the new connector in the frame so that it audibly clicks into place. 5. Swivel the plug-in unit upwards until the connector frame clicks into place. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 397: Removing/Replacing Cables

    Caution The components in the RSTi-EP series can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge. Ensure that personnel and work equipment are adequately grounded.
  • Page 398 2. Release the pusher. 3. Insert the new wire into the opening. To do so, you do not need to push in the pusher. GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 399: Disassembling The Rsti-Ep Station

    Explosion Risk - Prior to starting work, ensure that there is not a potentially explosive atmosphere. Warning Dangerous contact voltage - Carry out all disassembly work on the RSTi-EP station only when the power supply is disconnected. Ensure that the place of installation (switch cabinet and such) has been disconnected from the power supply.
  • Page 400: Disposing Of The Rsti-Ep Station

    Ensure that disassembled products are properly disposed of. Attention When all RSTi-EP products reach the end of their life cycle, you can return them to GE, and we will arrange for their proper disposal. This also applies to countries outside the European Union.
  • Page 401 Chapter 11 Disassembly and Disposal Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 402: Fieldbus Network Adapters

    LED Indicators and Troubleshooting In the event of a malfunction occurring on a RSTi-EP station, carry out the following recommended measures. If the malfunction cannot be fixed, send the affected product to GE (refer to the section, General Contact Information).
  • Page 403 Yellow flashing: Data being exchanged on port 1 Connection Link 2 Green: Connection established between port 2 of the network adapter and another field device Off: No connection Check the connection to the next participant and the fieldbus cable GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 404 Required into place properly Connection/Active L/A IN Off: No connection Check the fieldbus cable Green: Connection established between port 1 of the network adapter and another field device Green flashing: Data being exchanged on port 1 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 405 Output Supply Green: Supply voltage for output Voltage current path > 18 V DC Red: Supply voltage for output Check the supply voltage current path < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective Replace the network adapter GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 406 Red: Supply voltage for input Check the supply voltage current path < 18 V DC Red: Internal fuse defective Replace the network adapter Output Supply Green: Supply voltage for output Voltage current path > 18 V DC GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 407: I/O Modules

    – Check that the module has been snapped into place properly – Error in supply voltage at output current path – Check the supply voltage – Communication error on the – Eliminate the overload/short-circuit system bus – There is a new diagnostic message GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 408 – Check the supply voltage – Communication error on the – Eliminate the overload/short-circuit system bus – There is a new diagnostic message – At least one output overloaded Channel Red: – Check channel error Channel error 1.1-8.1 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 409 – Overload in voltage mode – Check the bus network adapter supply 1.1-4.1 voltage – Broken line in current mode – System bus cannot be accessed (for example, caused by interruption of the bus network adapter power supply) GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 410 – Check that the module has been snapped into place properly – Error in supply voltage of the input path – Check the supply voltage Status EP-700F Off: No supply voltage – Check that the module has been snapped into place properly GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 411 – Perform a cold start within 24 hours If the error has not been fixed, send the module to GE for a technical examination. – Interruption in one of the two – Check safety circuit for interruptions if an...
  • Page 412 – Perform a cold start within 24 hours If the error has not been fixed, send the module to GE for a technical examination. – Interruption in one of the two – Check safety circuit for interruptions if an...
  • Page 413 Chapter 12 LED Indicators and Troubleshooting Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 414: Accessories

    This part is a plug-in-unit which consist of a EP-8400 Plug Kit Generic Connector Frame and Connectors. [standard GE blue color]. This can be used as replacement part or can be used to facilitate custom wire harness creation before arriving at the installation site. This is an orderable part# which comes as a pack of 30 units per box.
  • Page 415 EP-3124 EP-8300 EP-3368 EP-8300 EP-3468 EP-8300 EP-4164 EP-8300 EP-4264 EP-8300 EP-3704 EP-8300 EP-3804 EP-8300 EP-7631 EP-8631 EP-7641 EP-8641 EP-1901 EP-8300 EP-1902 EP-8300 EP-1922 EP-8300 EP-711F EP-8300 EP-751F EP-8300 EP-700F EP-8300 EP-710F EP-8300 EP-750F EP-8300 EP-8310 EP-8300 GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 416 Chapter 14Accessories and Replacement Parts Notes GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual...
  • Page 417 Chapter 14Standalone controller for RSTi-EP Standalone controller for RSTi-EP The PACSystems* RSTi-EP EPSCPE100, is an enhanced performance standalone 1GHz programmable controller equipped with 1MB of user memory and four Ethernet ports to run real time deterministic control applications. LAN1 is dedicated to highspeed Ethernet and...
  • Page 418 Chapter 14Standalone controller for RSTi-EP Membrane Run/Stop push button Pressing Membrane Run/Stop push button briefly, will change the state of CPU from the state it is in to the next state. Switch operation state as given in the following state diagram: The Run/Stop switch is enabled by default;...
  • Page 419 The embedded Ethernet LAN 1 port may be used to communicate with PME programming software using the Service Request Transport Protocol (SRTP, a proprietary GE protocol, used primarily for communication with the programmer). To establish Ethernet communications between the PME programming package and the CPU, you first need to set an IP address.
  • Page 420: Hardware Installation

    As the consignee, it is your responsibility to register a claim with the carrier for damage incurred during shipment. GE Automation & Controls will fully cooperate with you, however, should such action be necessary. After unpacking the equipment, record all serial numbers. Serial numbers are required if you should need to contact Customer Care during the warranty period.
  • Page 421 Chapter 14Standalone controller for RSTi-EP Figure xx: Mounting positions of the EPSCPE100 on DIN rail Instructions to mount the CPE100 on a Panel (1) Attach the panel mount plate to the rear side of CPE100 using the four M3 screws supplied with the adapter.
  • Page 422: Grounding

    Use a 16-22 AWG braided wire with lugs to connect the ground terminal of CPE100 to DIN Rail. The DIN rail into which this product will be mounted must be grounded as per the instructions provided in RSTi-EP System Manual, GFK-2958.
  • Page 423: Replacement Of Rtc Battery

    Chapter 14Standalone controller for RSTi-EP 4. Install the new Super Capacitor card (Cat. No.: EPSACC001) as shown below check if the mounting holes are aligned properly before tightening both the M2.5 screws (Recommended Torque= 3 in/lb) and check if the card was installed properly by verifying the mating connectors.
  • Page 424 Appendix A Decimal/Hexadecimal Conversion Table Appendix A Decimal/Hexadecimal Conversion Table Decimal/Hexidecimal Conversion GFK-2958E RSTi-EP User Manual November 2017...
  • Page 425 1-800-433-2682 or 1-434-978-5100 GE web site: Global regional phone numbers www. geautomation.com are available on our web site www.geautomation.com © 2015-2017 General Electric Company. *Trademark of GE Electric Company. All other brands or names are property of their respective holders. GFK-2958E...

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