Emerson SI-I/O User Manual

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SI-I/O
Part Number: 0478-0047-03
Issue: 3
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  • Page 1 User Guide SI-I/O Part Number: 0478-0047-03 Issue: 3 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 2 All rights reserved. No parts of this guide may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electrical or mechanical including photocopying, recording or by an information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Drive software version The SI-I/O can only be used with drive software version 01.02.00.xx onwards.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Menu 1 - I/O Set-up ..........18 Menu 2 - Digital I/O ..........23 Menu 3 - Analog I/O ..........24 Menu 9 - Resources ..........27 Block diagrams ........28 Functional block diagrams ........28 Diagnostics ..........34 Overview .............34 SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 4: How To Use This Guide

    This guide contains information covering the identification of the option module, terminal layout for installation, fitting of the option module to the drive, parameter details, diagnostic information and the specifications of the option module. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 5: Safety Information

    Some parameters have a profound effect on the operation of the drive. They must not be altered without careful consideration of the impact on the controlled system. Measures must be taken to prevent unwanted changes due to error or tampering. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 6: Stored Charge

    The drive contains capacitors which remain charged to a potentially lethal voltage after the AC supply has been disconnected. If the drive has been energized, the AC supply must be isolated for at least ten minutes before work may continue. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Features All connections from the Option module to the drive are made via the drive connector. Connections from external equipment to the SI-I/O are made via a 3-way plugable/removable screw connector for the two relays, and an 11-way plugable/removable screw connector for the digital and analog I/O.
  • Page 8: Digital I/O

    Configuration of the maximum of eight digital inputs for positive/negative logic is carried out by setting Pr S.01.008. NOTE By default, the SI-I/O Module is set up for four programmable digital inputs/outputs. By configuring the analog I/O as digital inputs, it is possible for the SI-I/O module to have four programmable inputs/outputs and also four digital inputs.
  • Page 9: Mechanical Installation

    Align and insert the Option module tab into the slot (2). Press down on the Option module until it clicks into place. Adding Option modules: Populate slot 3 first, then slot 2 and finally slot 1 SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 10: Electrical Installation

    Figure 5-1 Shield connections Analog Input 1 0V Common Analog Input 2 0V Common Analog Input 3 0V Common Differential Analog Input + Differential Analog Input - 0V Common Analog Output 1 0V Common SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 11: Single Line Descriptions

    4mA Trip (9), 4-20mA (10), 4-20mA (11) T11 Digital Input 8 / Digital Input (0), Volt Out (1), 4-20mA (2), 20- S.01.018 Volt Out (1) Analog Output 1 Mode 4mA (3), 0-20mA (4), 20-0mA (5), SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 12: Parameter

    S.02.027 Digital Input 7 Destination 0.00.000 to 4.99.999 0.00.000 S.02.028 Digital Input 8 Destination 0.00.000 to 4.99.999 0.00.000 S.02.029 Relay 1 Source 0.00.000 to 4.99.999 0.00.000 S.02.030 Relay 2 Source 0.00.000 to 4.99.999 0.00.000 SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 13: Parameter

    Off (0) or On (1) Off (0) S.03.044 Differential Analog Input Minimum -100.00 to 100.00% -100.00% S.03.045 Differential Analog Input Maximum -100.00 to 100.00% 100.00% S.03.046 Differential Analog Input Destination 0.00.000 to 4.99.999 0.00.000 SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 14: Menu 9 - Resources

    Diagnostics Technical Data Index guide information installation installation descriptions Menu 9 - Resources Parameter Range ( ) Default ( ) Type S.09.030 PCB temperature -128 to 127°C S.09.031 CPU Core Temperature -128 to 127°C SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 15: Parameters

    16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Power-up write Display Format None Decimal Places Coding RO, ND, NC, PT, BU Pr S.00.001 displays the ID number for the Option Module. For SI-I/O, this is 209. S.00.002 Firmware version 0 (Display 99999999 (Display Minimum Maximum 00.00.00.00)
  • Page 16 Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Written on power-up Display Format None Decimal Places Coding RO, ND, NC, PT, BU This parameter shows the slot number that the module is installed in. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 17 If the module is installed in slot 1, this parameter will show 15. • If the module is installed in slot 2, this parameter will show 16. • If the module is installed in slot 3, this parameter will show 17. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 18: Menu 1 - I/O Set-Up

    Technical Data Index guide information installation installation descriptions Menu 1 - I/O Set-up Menu 1 contains all the parameters relating to the setup of the I/O interface on the SI-I/O module. S.01.001 Reset I/O Interface Minimum Maximum Default Units Type...
  • Page 19 The table below shows how the bits correspond to each function. Terminal Relay Relay Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital Terminal Input Input Input Input I/O 4 I/O 3 I/O 2 I/O 1 description SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 20 Digital I/O 1-4 are the standard I/O that are compatible with IEC61131-2 logic levels. When the channel mode is set to zero, the I/O is configured as a digital input. When the channel mode is set to one, the I/O is configured as a digital output. Value Text Description Digital Input Digital Input Digital Output Digital Output SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 21: Parameter

    NOTE The value of Differential (2), is only available with SI-I/O firmware V01.00.01.xx and later. To use the differential analog input in previous firmware, Pr S.01.015 and Pr S.01.016 must both be set to Volt IN (1).
  • Page 22: Parameter

    4-20 mA output current 20-4 mA 20-4 mA output current 0-20 mA 0-20 mA output current 20-0 mA 20-0 mA output current NOTE The analog output is only supported on Unidrive M600 - M800. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 23: Menu 2 - Digital I/O

    RW, PT, BU The Digital I/O X Source / Destination parameters provide the routing for the source and/or destination for the digital I/O.Relay X Source provides the routing for the source of the two relays. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 24: Menu 3 - Analog I/O

    Analog Output 1 (Pr S.03.005) has a resolution of 12 bits plus sign. Analog Output 1 (Pr S.03.005) shows the value passed by Analog Output 1 Source (Pr S.03.006) which is then scaled by Analog Output 1 Scaling (Pr S.03.007) and clamped between -100.00 and 100.00%. NOTE The analog output is only available on Unidrive M600 - M800. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 25: Parameter

    S.03.032 Analog Input 3 Scaling S.03.042 Differential Analog Input Scaling Minimum 0.000 Maximum 40.000 Default 1.000 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format None Decimal Places Coding RW, BU SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 26: Parameter

    Update Rate Drive reset read Slot Menu Display Format Decimal Places Parameter Coding RW, BU These parameters set the destination for each analog input in question. See Analog Input 1 (Pr S.03.001) for more details. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 27: Menu 9 - Resources

    Units °C Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Decimal Places Coding RO, NC, PT Pr S.09.030 and S.09.031 display the current temperature of the 2 internal thermistors inside the module. SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 28: Block Diagrams

    / source logic polarity Any unprotected output bit parameter ??.??? x(-1) ??.??? Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) mm.ppp Output parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 29 Digital I/O destination/source collector logic polarity Any unprotected output bit parameter ??.??? x(-1) ??.??? Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 30 S.01.009 x(-1) ??.??? Open Digital I/O collector logic polarity output To analog output Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) mm.ppp Output parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 31 Analog input 2 input 2 destination scaling S.03.024 T8 Analog input 2 minimum Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 32: Parameter

    0-20 mA T11 Analog ??.??? output 1 20-0 mA Any unprotected scaling variable parameter Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 33: Parameter

    Relay 2 invert S.02.030 S.02.010 S.02.020 ??.??? ??.??? x(-1) Any bit paramter Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 34: Diagnostics

    Diagnostics Overview This section provides basic diagnostic information intended to resolve the most common problems encountered when setting up an SI-I/O option module. Drive trip display codes If the option module detects an error during operation, it will force a trip on the drive. However, the trip string displayed on the drive will only indicate which slot initiated the trip.
  • Page 35: Parameter

    Analog Input 3 has entered the Current Loop Loss condition T9 OverVolt The over voltage condition has been detected on terminal 9 Param Occupied There is a destination conflict between two destination parameters on the module SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 36: Technical Data

    >100k Ω Resolution 16 bit Maximum offset 50 mV Maximum nonlinearity 0.3 % of input Input filter bandwidth single pole ≈1 kHz Sample period 2 ms Over voltage protection Not isolated from control circuit SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 37: Single-Ended Analog Inputs (Terminals 7-9) In Voltage Input Mode

    0.1 % Setting time to within 100mV after a 300 µs 10V change Setting time to within 10mV after a 3 ms 10V change Update time 2 ms Isolation Not isolated from control circuit SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 38: Analog Output (Terminal 11) In Current Output Mode

    Update time 2 ms for Unidrive M600 - M800 8 ms for Unidrive M200 - M400 Category 1 installations must have suppression to limit supply-borne transients to a maximum of 1,500 V peak. WARNING SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
  • Page 39 Module error codes ..............34 Notes ..................5 Option module identification ............7 Parameters - adjusting ..............5 Relays ..................8 Safety Information ..............4 Safety information ..............5 Single line descriptions ............11 Stored charge ................6 System design and safety of personnel ........5 SI-I/O User Guide Issue Number: 3...
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