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TOSVERT VF-AS1/PS1 series
EtherNet/IP™ option unit Function Manual
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option unit.
2. Read this manual before installing or operating the EtherNet/IP™ option unit. Keep
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IPE001Z
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E6581581

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  • Page 1 E6581581 TOSVERT VF-AS1/PS1 series EtherNet/IP™ option unit Function Manual IPE001Z NOTICE 1. Make sure that this instruction manual is delivered to the end user of EtherNet/IP™ option unit. 2. Read this manual before installing or operating the EtherNet/IP™ option unit. Keep it in a safe place for reference.
  • Page 2 E6581581 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the “EtherNet/IP™ option (IPE001Z)” for TOSVERT VF-AS1/PS1 inverter. Before using EtherNet/IP™ option, carefully read this function manual in order to completely and correctly utilize its excellent performance. After reading this function manual, please keep it handy for future reference. For details of its general handling, see an instruction manual attached with the option unit.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    E6581581 Table of Contents OVERVIEW ..............................4 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ........................4 2.1. Outline ..............................4 2.2. RJ45 connector pin layout ........................5 2.3. Example of connection to an EtherNet/IP ....................5 2.4. LED indicator............................6 PARAMETERS ............................7 3.1. Communication parameters.........................7 3.2. The details of the parameter setting ....................10 3.2.1.
  • Page 4 E6581581 CONFIGURATION OF THE ASSEMBLIES .....................36 5.1. List of Assembly Object Instance.......................36 5.1.1. Instance 20: CIP basic speed control output ................37 5.1.2. Instance 70: CIP basic speed control input ................37 5.1.3. Instance 21: CIP extended speed control output................38 5.1.4. Instance 71: CIP extended speed control input................38 5.1.5.
  • Page 5: Overview

    E6581581 1. Overview The EtherNet/IP™ interface (IPE001Z) allows the VF-AS1/PS1 inverter to be connected into an EtherNet/IP™ network. IPE001Z is applicable for VF-AS1(software version V150 or later) and VF-PS1(software version V650 or later). 2. Names and functions The drawing below shows names and functions of main parts. 2.1.
  • Page 6: Rj45 Connector Pin Layout

    E6581581 2.2. RJ45 connector pin layout The EtherNet/IP™ unit is equipped with two shielded RJ45 connectors. The shielding is connected to the drive ground. Use an STP (shielded twisted pair) Ethernet cable The transmission speed is detected automatically by the unit (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps). The card can operate in half duplex or full duplex mode, whether connected to a hub or a switch and regardless of the transmission speed (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps).
  • Page 7: Led Indicator

    E6581581 2.4. LED indicator The LED shows the present status of the network and unit. Port R:EtherNet/IP port of Right Port R Port L:EtherNet/IP port of Left Port L Link:LINK status Link NS:Network status indicator MS:Module status indicator Color/ state Description No Link Flashing Green/Yellow...
  • Page 8: Parameters

    E6581581 3. Parameters 3.1. Communication parameters Set up the inverter parameters as follows. It is necessary to reset the inverter to update the parameter. This option doesn't operate if these parameters are not correctly set. Communi Default Title Function Description cation No.
  • Page 9 E6581581 Communi Default Title Function Description cation No. setting This field displays the baud rate and the transmission mode currently used by the communication card. f822 0822 Actual Rate (L port) (Display only) 0:unconnected 1:10Mbps Full 2:10Mbps Half 0823 f823 Actual Rate (R port) 3:100Mbps Full 4:100Mbps Half...
  • Page 10 E6581581 Communi Default Title Function Description cation No. setting 1: 2 poles 2: 4 poles 3: 6 poles Number of motor pole pair 4: 8 poles 0856 f856 for communication 5: 10 poles 6: 12 poles 7: 14 poles 8: 16 poles Network option reset 0:None 0899...
  • Page 11: The Details Of The Parameter Setting

    E6581581 3.2. The details of the parameter setting 3.2.1. DEVICE NAME (f792-f799) The Device Name is possible to 16 characters to device name parameters. The device name is required if the card uses DHCP to obtain its IP Address. Please set the setting of the device name according to the following rules. 1.
  • Page 12: Assigning Ip Addresses (f576-f588)

    E6581581 3.2.2. Assigning IP addresses (f576-f588) The drive needs following 3 IP addresses. 1. The drive IP address. (f577 - f580) 2. The subnet mask. (f581 - f584) 3. The gateway IP address. (f585 - f588) These fields are editable when IP mode (f576) = 0. If the address has been given by a BOOTP or a DHCP server, these fields are read only.
  • Page 13 E6581581 -At I/O scanning and connected communication The time until time-out operates = Connection Timeout Multiplier RPI42 + f850 (disconnection detection extended time)[0.1s] RPI: Request Packet Interval -At Unconnected communication Time-out is not operating. [f851: Operation at communication error by disconnection] The range 0: Inverter stop, communication command, frequency mode open (by cmod, fmod) 1: None (continued operation)
  • Page 14: Command Data (f831-f838), Monitor Data (f841-f848)

    E6581581 3.2.4. Command data (f831-f838), Monitor data (f841-f848) The outline is indicated about the setting item of parameter f831 - f838 and f841 - f848 in Instance 102/152 and 103/104 of use. Please refer to a communication functional description (VF-AS1: E6581315/VF-PS1: E6581413) for details.
  • Page 15: Fa06 (command Word 1)

    E6581581 3.2.4.2. FA06 (Command word 1) Function Note Preset Speed Preset speed operation is disabled operation frequencies 1 or preset speed operation Preset Speed operation frequencies (1-15) are set by frequencies 2 specifying bits for preset speed Preset Speed operation operation frequencies 1-4.
  • Page 16: Fa23 (command Word 2)

    E6581581 3.2.4.3. FA23 (Command word 2) Function Note Control switching* Speed Control Torque Control Electric power quantity Electric power quantity (FE76, Reset reset FE77) reset (Reserved) Braking request* Normal Forcibly braked Preliminary excitation* Normal Enabled Brake release (B)* Brake applied Brake released Braking answer (BA)* Brake applied...
  • Page 17: Fa07 (frequency Reference From Comunciation Option)

    E6581581 3.2.4.4. FA07 (Frequency reference from comunciation option) Frequency reference is set up by 0.01Hz unit and the hexadecimal number. For example, when "Frequency reference" is set up to 80Hz, since the minimum unit is 0.01Hz, 80 / 0.01 = 8000 = 0x1F40 (Hex.) 3.2.4.5.
  • Page 18: Fd01 (inverter Status (real Time))

    E6581581 3.2.4.9. FD01 (Inverter status (real time)) Function Note Failure FL No output Output in progress The statuses include rtry Failure Not tripped Tripped and trip retention status. ALARM No alarm Alarm issued (Undefined) Motor selection (1 or 2) Motor 1 Motor 2 THR1: thr (THR 2 selection)
  • Page 19: Fd03 (output Current (real Time))

    E6581581 3.2.4.11. FD03 (Output current (real time)) The output current is read into 0.01% of units and by the hexadecimal number. For example, when the output current of the rated current 4.8A inverter is 50% (2.4A), 0x1388 (hexadecimal number) is read. Since the minimum unit is 0.01%, 0x1388 (Hex.) = 5000 (Dec.) * 0.01 = 50 (%) Also about the following parameters, these are the same as this.
  • Page 20: Fc91 (alarm Code)

    E6581581 3.2.4.17. FC91 (Alarm code) Function Note Over current alarm Normal Alarming “c” blinking Inverter over load alarm Normal Alarming “l” blinking Motor over load alarm Normal Alarming “l” blinking Over heat alarm Normal Alarming “h” blinking Over voltage alarm Normal Alarming “p”...
  • Page 21: Objects

    E6581581 4. Objects This section contains the object specifications for all EtherNet/IP™ objects currently supported by the “IPE001Z”. Table 1 outlines those objects covered: Class Code Object Class Page Hex. Dec. 0x01 Identity Object 0x02 Message Router Object 0x04 Assembly Object 0x06 Connection Manager Object 0x28...
  • Page 22: Identity Object (01 Hex)

    E6581581 4.1. Identity Object (01 hex) Class code 0x01. This object provides identification of IPE001Z and general information about the device. Class Attributes Instance Attribute Access Name Data type Details Value Revision UINT Revision of this object Max Instances UINT Maximum instance number of an object currently created in this class level of the device.
  • Page 23 E6581581 *Note: STRINGI have the following format Number of bytes Means Default for Assigned Name Number of string 0x01 Language set ‘eng’ (0x65 0x6E 0x67) EPATH 0xDA Character Set 0x04 0x00 Length 16 (0x10) Length Value ‘User Name String’ (0x55 0x73 0x65 0x72 0x20 0x4E 0x61 0x6D 0x20 0x53 0x74 0x72 0x69 0x6E 0x67) State Descriptions Attribute 5...
  • Page 24: Message Router Object (02 Hex)

    E6581581 4.2. Message Router Object (02 hex) The Message Router Object provides a messaging connection point Class code 0x02. through which a Client may address a service to any object class or instance residing in the physical device. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name...
  • Page 25: Assembly Object (04 Hex)

    E6581581 4.3. Assembly Object (04 hex) Class code 0x04. The Assembly Object binds attributes of multiple objects, which allows data to or from each object to be sent or received over a single connection. Assembly objects can be used to bind input data or output data.
  • Page 26: Connection Manager Object (06 Hex)

    E6581581 4.4. Connection Manager Object (06 hex) Class code 0x06. Use this object for connection and connectionless communications, including establishing connections across multiple subnets. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Revision UINT Max Instances UINT Number of Instances UINT Optional Attribute List...
  • Page 27: Motor Data Object (28 Hex)

    E6581581 4.5. Motor Data Object (28 hex) Class code 0x28. This object serves as a database for motor parameters. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Revision UINT Max Instances UINT Max ID of class attributes UINT Max ID of instance attribute UINT Instance 1 Attribute available...
  • Page 28: Control Supervisor Object (29 Hex)

    E6581581 4.6. Control Supervisor Object (29 hex) Class code 0x29. This object models all the management functions for devices within the “Hierarchy of Motor Control Devices”. The behavior of motor control devices is described by the State Transition Diagram. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name...
  • Page 29: Run/stop Event Matrix

    E6581581 4.6.1. Run/Stop Event Matrix Run1 Run2 Trigger Event Run Type Stop No Action 0 -> 1 Run1 0 -> 1 Run2 0 -> 1 0 -> 1 No Action No Action No Action No Action 1 -> 0 Run2 1 ->...
  • Page 30: Ac/dc Drive Object (2a Hex)

    E6581581 4.7. AC/DC Drive Object (2A hex) Class code 0x2A. This object models the functions specific to an AC or DC Drive. e.g. speed ramp, torque control etc. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Revision UINT Max Instances UINT...
  • Page 31: Application Objects (64 Hex)

    E6581581 4.8. Application Objects (64 hex) Class code 0x64. This object provides VF-AS1/PS1’s Parameter access. Range Address accessed: Input Instance Real Logical address in Drive accessed 0x4000-0x5FFF 0x0000-0x1FFF 0x6000-0x7FFF 0xE000-0xFFFF Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Details Revision UINT...
  • Page 32: Port Object (f4 Hex)

    E6581581 4.9. Port Object (F4 hex) Class code 0xF4: The Port Object enumerates the CIP ports present on the device. One instance exists for each CIP port. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Details Revision UINT Max Instances UINT...
  • Page 33 E6581581 Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Details Node address Padded 10 00 Node number of this device on EPATH port. Services Supported Service Service Name Description of Service Code Class Instance 01 hex Get_Attribute_All Read all attributes 0E hex Get_Attribute_Single Read one attribute...
  • Page 34: Tcp/ip Interface (f5 Hex)

    E6581581 4.10. TCP/IP interface (F5 hex) Class code 0xF5: The TCP/IP Interface Object provides the mechanism to configure a device’s TCP/IP network interface. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Revision UINT Max Instances UINT Number of Instances UINT Max ID of class attributes UINT...
  • Page 35: Ethernet Link (f6 Hex)

    E6581581 4.11. Ethernet link (F6 hex) Class code 0xF6: The Ethernet Link Object maintains link-specific counters and status information for a Ethernet 802.3 communications interface. Class Attributes available Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Value Revision UINT Max Instances UINT Number of Instances UINT...
  • Page 36 E6581581 Instance Attribute ID Access Name Data type Details Interface Label SHORT_ Human readable identification STRING Instance 1: ‘Left Port’ Instance 2: ‘Right Port’ Services Service Supported Service Name Description of Service Code Class Instance 01 hex Get_Attribute_All Read all attributes 0E hex Get_Attribute_Single Read one attribute...
  • Page 37: Configuration Of The Assemblies

    E6581581 5. Configuration of the assemblies 5.1. List of Assembly Object Instance Output Instance Instance name ID (Hex) Size CIP basic speed control output 20(14H) 2 words (4 bytes) CIP extended speed control output 21(15H) 2 words (4 bytes) CIP speed and torque control output 22(16H) 3 words (6 bytes) CIP extended speed and torque control output 23(17H) 3 words (6 bytes)
  • Page 38: Instance 20: Cip Basic Speed Control Output

    E6581581 5.1.1. Instance 20: CIP basic speed control output Instance 20 mapping Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Fault reset forward Drive Speed Reference min (Low byte) * Drive Speed Reference min (High byte) * 5.1.2.
  • Page 39: Instance 21: Cip Extended Speed Control Output

    E6581581 5.1.3. Instance 21: CIP extended speed control output Instance 21 mapping Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Net Ref * Net Ctrl * Fault reset reverse forward Drive Reference Speed min (Low byte) Drive Reference Speed min (High byte)
  • Page 40: Instance 22: Cip Speed And Torque Control Output

    E6581581 5.1.5. Instance 22: CIP speed and torque control output Instance 22 mapping Word Number Definition CIP basic command word Speed setpoint (min Torque setpoint (Nm) Assembly 22 output command Refer to Assembly 20. 5.1.6. Instance 72: CIP speed and torque control input Assembly 72 mapping Word Number Definition CIP basic status word...
  • Page 41: Instance 100 : Native Drive Output

    E6581581 5.1.9. Instance 100 : Native drive output Instance 100 mapping Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 ACC1/ Preset Preset Preset Preset DC braking PI off THR2 ACC2 Speed4 Speed3 Speed2 Speed1...
  • Page 42 E6581581 ■Examples of Instance 100/150 ① Stop Instance Byte 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 Hex. 1, 0 0 0 0 0 0x0000 Output Instance 100 3, 2 1, 0 0 0 0 0 0x4000 Input Instance 150 3, 2 0 0 0 0 0x0000...
  • Page 43: Instance 101: Native Drive Output

    E6581581 5.1.11. Instance 101: Native drive output Instance 101 mapping Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Net Ref Net Ctrl Fault reset reverse forward Drive Reference Speed min (Low byte) Drive Reference Speed min (High byte) Index (Low byte)
  • Page 44 E6581581 ■Examples of Instance 101/151 Access the inverter parameter is enabled using byte 4 to 6 of this Instance. Set the communication number of the parameter to byte 4, 5 (Index), and the value to byte 6, 7 (Data). the value becomes "communication number - 0x7000 (same as bit14, In case of the monitor parameter “FE**”, 15 set to 0)".
  • Page 45: Instance 102: Native Drive Output

    E6581581 5.1.13. Instance 102: Native drive output Instance 102 mapping Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 f831 Command data (Low byte) f831 Command data (High byte) f832 Command data (Low byte) f832 Command data (High byte) f833 Command data (Low byte) f833 Command data (High byte)
  • Page 46: Instance 103: Allen Bradley Drive Profile Output

    E6581581 5.1.15. Instance 103: Allen Bradley Drive Profile Output Instance 103 mapping Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 00 = No command 01 = Forward command Not used Jog* Start Stop 10 = Reverse command...
  • Page 47: Instance 104: Allen Bradley Drive Profile Input

    E6581581 5.1.16. Instance 104: Allen Bradley Drive Profile Input Instance 104 mapping Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 0 = Forward 1=Fault 1=Alarm 1=Running 1=Ready 1 = Reverse Setpoint source: 0000 = not used 0001 = Terminal VI/II(AI2) 0010 = Terminal RR(AI3)
  • Page 48: About Eds-file

    E6581581 6. About EDS-file Even if access to each object and assemblies of VF-AS1/PS1 uses a configuration tool and an EDS file, it is possible. The EDS file can be downloaded from homepage in the following address. http://www.inverter.co.jp/product/inv/vfas1/ipe/index_i.htm - 47 -...
  • Page 49: Unusual Diagnosis

    E6581581 7. Unusual diagnosis The VF-AS1/PS1 is able to install two kind options. The option error message is depended on the position of the option under or panel side. 7.1. Option error The error message is displayed when there is hardware error, software error or loses of connection of wire.

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