Download  Print this page

Siemens Simatic M7-400 Reference Manual

Programmable controllers module specifications.
Hide thumbs
   
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638

Advertisement

SIMATIC
S7-400, M7-400 Programmable
Controllers
Module Specifications
Reference Manual
This manual is part of the documentation
package with the order number:
6ES7498-8AA03-8BA0
Edition 09/2003
A5E00069467-07
Preface, Contents
General Technical Specifications
Racks
Power Supply Modules
Digital Modules
Analog Modules
Interface Modules
IM 463-2
PROFIBUS DP Master Interface
IM 467/IM 467 FO
Cable Duct and Fan
Subassemblies
RS 485 Repeater
CPUs for M7-400
M7-400 Expansions
Interface Submodules
Appendices
Parameter Sets for
Signal Modules
Diagnostic Data of the
Signal Modules
Spare Parts and Accessories
Guidelines for Handling Electro-
static Sensitive Devices (ESD)
List of Abbreviations
Glossary, Index
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
LEERE
A
B
C
D
E

Advertisement

   Also See for Siemens Simatic M7-400

   Related Manuals for Siemens Simatic M7-400

   Summary of Contents for Siemens Simatic M7-400

  • Page 1 SIMATIC S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications Reference Manual This manual is part of the documentation package with the order number: 6ES7498-8AA03-8BA0 Edition 09/2003 A5E00069467-07 Preface, Contents General Technical Specifications Racks Power Supply Modules Digital Modules Analog Modules Interface Modules IM 463-2 PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO...
  • Page 2: Edition

    Trademarks SIMATIC, SIMATIC HMI and SIMATIC NET are registered trademarks of SIEMENS AG. Third parties using for their own purposes any other names in this document which refer to trademarks might infringe upon the rights of the trademark owners.
  • Page 3 Preface Purpose of the Manual The manual contains reference information on operator actions, descriptions of functions and technical specifications of the central processing units, power supply modules and interface modules of the S7-400. How to configure, assemble and wire these modules in an S7-400 or M7-400 system is described in the installation manuals for each system.
  • Page 4 Preface Changes Compared to the Previous Version Since the previous version of the “Module Specifications” reference manual, the following changes have been made: • The descriptions of the CPU and the CPU relevant products and topics have been put together in one manual, “CPU Specifications”. •...
  • Page 5 System • S7-400/M7-400 • • • Finding Your Way To help you find special information quickly, the manual contains the following access aids: • At the start of the manual you will find a complete table of contents and a list of the diagrams and tables that appear in the manual.
  • Page 6 Preface Specific Information for S7-400 You require the following manuals and manual packages in order to program and commission an S7-400: Manual/ Manual Package • Standard Software Installing and starting up STEP 7 on a programming device / PC for S7 and M7 •...
  • Page 7 Training Centers Siemens offers a number of training courses to familiarize you with the SIMATIC S7 automation system. Please contact your regional training center or our central training center in D 90327 Nuremberg, Germany for details: Telephone: +49 (911) 895-3200.
  • Page 8 Worldwide (Nuernberg) Technical Support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year Phone: +49 (180) 5050-222 Fax: +49 (180) 5050-223 E-Mail: adsupport@ siemens.com GMT: +1:00 Europe / Africa (Nuernberg) United States (Johnson City) Authorization Technical Support and Authorization Local time: Mon.-Fri.
  • Page 9 Service & Support on the Internet In addition to our documentation, we offer our Know-how online on the internet at: http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support where you will find the following: • The newsletter, which constantly provides you with up–to–date information on your products.
  • Page 10 Preface S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Contents General Technical Specifications Standards and Approvals Electromagnetic Compatibility Shipping and Storage Conditions for Modules and Backup Batteries Mechanical and Ambient Climatic Conditions for Operating the S7-400/M7-400 Information on Insulation Tests, Protection Class and Degree of Protection Using S7-400 in a zone 2 explosion–risk area Racks .
  • Page 12: Digital Modules

    Contents 3.12 Power Supply Module PS 405 4A; (6ES7405-0DA01-0AA0) 3.13 Power Supply Module PS 405 10A; (6ES7405-0KA00-0AA0) 3.14 Power Supply Modules PS 405 10A; (6ES7405-0KA01-0AA0) and PS 405 10A R; (405-0KR00-0AA0) 3.15 Power Supply Module PS 405 20A; (6ES7405-0RA00-0AA0) 3.16 Power Supply Module PS 405 20A;...
  • Page 13: Analog Modules

    4.17 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 16 24 VDC/2 A; (6ES7422-1BH11-0AA0) 4.18 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 16 (6ES7422-5EH10-0AB0) 4.18.1 Assigning Parameters to the SM 422; DO 16 4.19 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 32 (6ES7422-1BL00-0AA0) 4.20 Digital Output Module SM 422;...
  • Page 14 Contents 5.13 Connecting Loads/Actuators to Analog Outputs 5.14 Connecting Loads/Actuators to Voltage Outputs 5.15 Connecting Loads/Actuators to Current Outputs 5.16 Diagnostics of the Analog Modules 5.17 Analog Module Interrupts 5.18 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 8 5.18.1 Commissioning the SM 431; AI 8 5.18.2 Measuring Methods and Measuring Ranges of the SM 431;...
  • Page 15: Interface Modules

    Interface Modules ............Common Features of the Interface Modules The Interface Modules IM 460-0;...
  • Page 16: Rs 485 Repeater

    Contents RS 485 Repeater ............10.1 Application and Characteristics (6ES7972-0AA01-0XA0) 10.2...
  • Page 17 Interface Submodules ........... 13.1 Interface Submodules Overview 13.2...
  • Page 18 Contents 13.9 IF 964-DP Interface Submodule for S7-400 and M7-400 13.9.1 Pin Assignments 13.9.2 Addressing and Interrupts 13.9.3 Technical Specifications Parameter Sets for Signal Modules How to Assign the Parameters for Signal Modules in the User Program Parameters of the Digital Input Modules Parameters of the Digital Output Modules Parameters of the Analog Input Modules Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules...
  • Page 19 Figures Power supply to the backup battery Structure of a Rack with 18 Slots Dimensions of the UR1 18-Slot or UR2 9-Slot Rack Rack Dimensions CR2 Rack ............CR3 Rack .
  • Page 20: Terminal Assignment Diagram Of The Sm

    Contents 4-19 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 8 x 120/230 VAC/5 A 4-20 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 x 120/230 VAC/2 A 4-21 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 x 20-120 VAC/2 A 4-22 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422;...
  • Page 21 5-38 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x RTD x 16 Bit 5-39 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x RTD x 16 Bit 5-40 Step Response of the SM 431; AI 8 x RTD x 16 Bit 5-41 Block Diagram of the SM 431;...
  • Page 22 Contents 11-6 POST Window for a CPU 488-3 11-7 Warm Restart Window for a CPU 11-8 Context-Sensitive Help Window 11-9 Setup Menu ........... . . 11-10 “Setup Exit”...
  • Page 23: Do 16 X 20-125 Vdc/1.5 A

    13-20 Connecting Loads/Actuators via a Two-Wire Connection to a Current Output 13-21 Connecting Loads/Actuators via a Three-Wire Connection to a Voltage Output 13-22 Cycle Time of the Analog Input Module 13-23 Response Time of the Analog Output Channels 13-24 IF 961-CT1 Interface Submodule 13-25 IF 964-DP Interface Submodule Data Record 1 of the Parameters of the Digital Input Modules...
  • Page 24 Contents Tables Use in an Industrial Environment Products that Fulfill the Requirements of the Low-Voltage Directive Power Supply Modules Pulse-Shaped Interference Sinusoidal Interference Interference emission of electromagnet fields Interference emission via the mains AC power supply Power Supply Modules that Comply with System Perturbation Standards Shipping and Storage Conditions for Modules 1-10 Mechanical Conditions...
  • Page 25: Vdc

    4-17 Parameters of the SM 422; DO 16 4-18 Parameters of the SM 422; DO 32 (6ES7422-7BL00-0AB0) 4-19 Dependence of the Output Values on the Operating Mode of the CPU and on the Supply Voltage L+ of the SM 422; DO 32 4-20 Parameters of the SM 422;...
  • Page 26 Contents 5-37 Analog Value Representation in Output Ranges 0 and 20 mA and 4 to 20 mA ..........5-38 Dependencies of the Analog Input/Output Values on the Operating Mode of the CPU and the Supply Voltage L+...
  • Page 27 5-74 Parameters of the SM 431; AI 8 x 16 Bit 5-75 How Response Times Depend on the Parameterized Interference Frequency Suppression and Smoothing of the SM 431; AI 8 x 16 Bit 5-76 Diagnostic Information of the SM 431; AI 8 x 16 Bit 5-77 Measuring Ranges of the SM 431;...
  • Page 28 Contents 13-8 Socket X1, X2 IF 962-COM (9-Pin Sub D Plug Connector) 13-9 Addressing the COM Ports in the AT-Compatible Address Area 13-10 Offset Address Assignments for the IF 962-COM Interface Submodule 13-11 Offset Address for the Configuration Register (IF 962-COM) 13-12 Meaning of the Data Bits in the Configuration Register (IF 962-COM) 13-13...
  • Page 29: General Technical Specifications

    General Technical Specifications What are General Technical Specifications? General technical specifications include the following: • The standards and test specifications complied with and met by the modules of the S7-400/M7-400 programmable controllers • The test criteria against which the S7-400/M7-400 modules were tested Chapter Overview Section Standards and Approvals...
  • Page 30: Standards And Approvals

    • 94/9/EG “Devices and protection systems to be used as prescribed in potentially explosive areas (Guidelines for Explosion Protection)” The declarations of conformity are held at the disposal of the competent authorities at the address below: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Bereich Automation and Drives A&D AS RD 42 Postfach 1963...
  • Page 31: Products That Fulfill The Requirements Of The Low-voltage Directive

    Low Voltage Directive The products listed in the table below fulfill the requirements of EU low-voltage directive (73/23/EEC). Adherence to this EU directive was tested in accordance with IEC 61131-2. Table 1-2 Products that Fulfill the Requirements of the Low-Voltage Directive Digital Input Module SM 421;...
  • Page 32 General Technical Specifications Mark for Australia and New Zealand Our products satisfy the requirements of Standard AS/NZS 2064 (Class A). Note You will recognize the approval assigned to your product from the mark on the identification label. The opprovals are listed below UL/CSA or cULus. UL Approval UL recognition mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to the UL 508 Standard:...
  • Page 33 cULus Approval, Hazardous Location CULUS Listed 7RA9 INT. CONT. EQ. FOR HAZ. LOC. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. nach S UL 508 (Industrial Control Equipment) HAZ. LOC. S CSA C22.2 No. 142 (Pocess Control Equipment) S UL 1604 (Hazardous Location) S CSA-213 (Hazardous Location) APPROVED for Use in S Cl.
  • Page 34: Power Supply To The Backup Battery

    General Technical Specifications cuULu requirements on hazardous location on the battery power supply for CPUs The power supply to the backup battery of a CPU must be via a non–incendive plug. The figure below portrays the concept of such connection. Battery or Power supply unit Cc = Cable capacity...
  • Page 35 The batteries used must have the following properties: • Battery technology: Li/SOCL2 • Model: AA • Voltage: 3.6 V The batteries stipulated by Siemens fulfil requirements that go beyond the ones mentioned above. You may only use batteries approved by Siemens ! Note...
  • Page 36 General Technical Specifications FM Approval Factory Mutual Approval Standard Class Number 3611, Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D. Temperature class: T4 at 60 °C ambient temperature Exception: The following applies to the power supply modules in Table 1-3: •...
  • Page 37: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    Safety Requirements for Installation The S7-400/M7-400 programmable controllers are “open type” equipment to the IEC 61131-2 standard and therefore adhere to the EU directive 73/23/EEC “Low-Voltage Directive” and are UL/CSA certified as such. To fulfill requirements for safe operation with regard to mechanical stability, flame retardance, stability, and shock-hazard protection, the following alternative types of installation are specified: •...
  • Page 38 General Technical Specifications Pulse-Shaped Interference The following table shows the electromagnetic compatibility of modules when there are pulse-shaped disturbance variables. A requirement for this is that the S7-400/M7-400 system complies with the relevant requirements and guidelines on electric design. Table 1-4 Pulse-Shaped Interference Pulse-Shaped Interference Electrostatic discharge...
  • Page 39: Interference Emission Of Electromagnet Fields

    Emission of Radio Interference Interference emission of electromagnetic fields in accordance with EN 55011: Limit value class A, Group 1. Table 1-6 Interference emission of electromagnet fields Frequency Range From 20 to 230 MHz From 230 to 1000 MHz Measured at a distance of 30 m (98.4 ft.) Emitted interference via the mains AC power supply in accordance with EN 55011: Limit value class A, group 1.
  • Page 40: Shipping And Storage Conditions For Modules And Backup Batteries

    General Technical Specifications Additional Measures If you want to connect an S7-400 or M7-400 system to the public power system, you must ensure compliance with limit value class B in accordance with EN 55022. Suitable additional measures must be taken, if you need to enhance the noise immunity of the system as a result of high external noise levels.
  • Page 41 Storing Backup Batteries Backup batteries must be stored in a cool, dry place. The maximum storage time is 10 years. Warning Improper handling of backup batteries can cause injury and material damage. If backup batteries are not treated properly, they can explode and cause severe burning.
  • Page 42: Mechanical And Ambient Climatic Conditions For Operating The S7-400/m7-400

    General Technical Specifications Mechanical and Ambient Climatic Conditions for Operating the S7-400/M7-400 Operating Conditions The S7-400/M7-400 is designed for weather-protected use as a permanent installation. The S7-400/M7-400 fulfills the requirements for use in accordance with IEC 60721-3-3: • Class 3M3 (mechanical requirements) •...
  • Page 43: Ambient Mechanical Conditions For The Msm 478 Mass Storage Module In

    Table 1-11 Ambient Mechanical Conditions for the MSM 478 Mass Storage Module in Operation Frequency Range in Hz 10 ≤ f < 58 10 ≤ f < 58 58 ≤ f < 500 Shock Reducing Vibrations If the S7-400/M7-400 is subject to high levels of shock or vibration, you must take suitable measures to reduce the acceleration or amplitude.
  • Page 44: Power Supply Modules For Use At Up To + 1500 M

    General Technical Specifications Table 1-13 Ambient Climatic Conditions for the S7-400 Climatic Conditions Relative humidity Atmospheric pressure Concentration of contaminants Table 1-14 Power Supply Modules for Use at up to + 1500 m Power supply module PS 407 4A Power supply module PS 407 10A Power supply module PS 407 20A Power supply module PS 405 4A Power supply module PS 405 10A...
  • Page 45: Ambient Climatic Conditions For The M7-400

    Ambient Climatic Conditions for the M7-400 The M7-400 may be used under the following ambient climatic conditions: Table 1-15 Ambient Climatic Conditions for the M7-400 Climatic Condi- tions 0 to +60 °C Temperature 5 to +55 °C 5 to +40 °C Relative Max.
  • Page 46: Information On Insulation Tests, Protection Class And Degree Of Protection

    General Technical Specifications Information on Insulation Tests, Protection Class and Degree of Protection Test Voltages Insulation resistance was demonstrated in routine testing with the following test voltages in accordance with IEC 61131-2: Table 1-16 Test Voltages Circuits with Rated Voltage U 0 V <...
  • Page 47: Using S7-400 In A Zone 2 Explosion-risk Area

    Using S7-400 in a zone 2 explosion–risk area You will find important information in different languages in the chapters below. Chapter overview Chapter 1.6.1 Einsatz der S7-400 im explosionsgefährdeten Bereich Zone 2 1.6.2 Use of the S7-400 in a Zone 2 Hazardous Area 1.6.3 Utilisation de la S7-400 dans un environnement à...
  • Page 48: Weitere Informationen

    Nachfolgend finden Sie wichtige Hinweise für die Installation der SIMATIC S7-400 im explosionsgefährdeten Bereich. Weitere Informationen Weitere Informationen zu den verschiedenen S7-400-Baugruppen finden Sie im Handbuch. Fertigungsort Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Zulassung II 3 G Prüfnummer:...
  • Page 49 Diese Warnung kann unberücksichtigt bleiben, wenn bekannt ist, dass keine explosionsgefährdete Atmosphäre herrscht. Liste der zugelassenen Baugruppen Die Liste mit den zugelassenen Baugruppen finden Sie im Internet: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ unter der Beitrags-ID 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 General Technical Specifications...
  • Page 50: Further Information

    Below you will find important information on the installation of the SIMATIC S7-400 in a hazardous area. Further Information You will find further information on the various S7-400 modules in the manual. Production Location Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Certification...
  • Page 51 You can disregard this warning if you know that the atmosphere is not hazardous (i.e. there is no risk of explosion). List of Approved Modules You will find the list of approved modules under the ID 13702947 on the Internet: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/. S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 General Technical Specifications...
  • Page 52 SIMATIC S7-400 dans un environnement présentant un risque d'explosion. Informations complémentaires Des informations complémentaires sur les divers modules S7-400 se trouvent dans le manuel. Lieu de production Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Homologation II 3 G Numéro de contrôle :...
  • Page 53 Le respect de cet avertissement n’est pas impératif s’il est certain que l’environnement ne présente pas de risque d’explosion. Liste des modules homologués Vous trouverez sur Internet la liste des modules homologués : http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ référence ID 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 54 A continuación encontrará importantes informaciones para la instalación del SIMATIC S7-400 en áreas con peligro de explosión. Otras informaciones Encontrará otras informaciones relativas a los distintos módulos S7-400 en el Manual. Lugar de fabricación Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Homologación II 3 G Número de comprobación: KEMA 03ATEX1125 X...
  • Page 55 Esta advertencia puede ignorarse si Ud. sabe que en la atmósfera existente no hay peligro de explosión. Lista de los módulos homologados En internet hallará Ud. una lista con los módulos homologados: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ bajo el ID de asignación 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 56 Qui di seguito sono riportate delle avvertenze importanti per l'installazione del SIMATIC S7-400 nell'area a pericolo di esplosione. Ulteriori informazioni Ulteriori informazioni sulle diverse unità S7-400 si trovano nel manuale. Luogo di produzione Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Autorizzazione...
  • Page 57 Non è necessario tenere conto di questo avvertimento se è noto che non c’è un’atmosfera a rischio di esplosione. Elenco delle unità omologate La lista con le unità omologate si trova in Internet al sito: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ all’ID di voce 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 58 Hierna vindt u belangrijke aanwijzingen voor de installatie van de SIMATIC S7-400 in het explosief gebied. Verdere informatie In het handboek vindt u verdere informatie over de verschillende S7-400-modulen. Productieplaats Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Vergunning...
  • Page 59 Deze waarschuwing kan buiten beschouwing blijven, indien bekend is dat er geen explosieve atmosfeer heerst. Lijst van de toegelaten modulen De lijst met de toegelaten modulen vindt u in het internet: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ onder de bijdrage-ID 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 60 I det følgende findes vigtige henvisninger vedr. installation af SIMATIC S7-400 i det eksplosionfarlige område. Yderligere informationer Yderligere informationer om de forskellige S7-400-komponenter findes i manualen. Produktionssted Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Godkendelse II 3 G Kontrolnummer: Bemærk...
  • Page 61 Denne advarsel skal der ikke tages højde for, hvis man ved, at der ikke er nogen eksplosionsfarlig atmosfære. Liste over godkendte komponenter Listen med de godkendte komponenter findes på internettet: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ under bidrags-ID 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 62 Seuraavasta löydätte tärkeitä ohjeita SIMATIC S7-400 asennukseen räjähdysvaarannetuilla alueilla. Lisätietoja Lisätietoja erilaisiin S7-400-rakenneryhmiin löydätte ohjekirjasta. Valmistuspaikka Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Hyväksyntä II 3 G Tarkastusnumero: KEMA 03ATEX1125 X Ohje Rakenneryhmät hyväksynnän käyttää...
  • Page 63 äläkä erota mitään sähköjohtoja (pistoliittimiä). Tätä varoitusta ei tarvitse huomioida, kun on tiedossa, että minkäänlaista räjähdysvaarannettua ilmakehää ei ole olemassa. Hyväksyttyjen rakenneryhmien lista Lista hyväksiytyistä rakennesarjoista löytyy internetistä osoitteesta: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ käyttäjätunnuksella 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 General Technical Specifications...
  • Page 64 Nedan följer viktiga anvisningar om installationen av SIMATIC S7-400 i ett explosionsriskområde. Ytterligare information Ytterligare information om de olika S7-400-komponentgrupperna finner du i handboken. Tillverkningsort Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Godkännande II 3 G Kontrollnummer: Anvisning Komponentgrupper med godkännande...
  • Page 65 Ingen hänsyn måste tas till denna varning om det är säkert att det inte råder någon explosionsfarlig atmosfär. Lista över godkända komponentgrupper Lista över godkända enheter återfinns i Internet: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ under bidrags-ID 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 66 A seguir, o encontrará avisos importantes para a instalação do SIMATIC S7-400 em área exposta ao perigo de explosão. Mais informações Para obter mais informações sobre os diversos componentes S7-400, consulte o manual. Local de produção Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Licença II 3 G Número de ensaio: KEMA 03ATEX1125 X...
  • Page 67 Esta advertência poderá ser ignorada caso se saiba que não há atmosfera alguma sujeita ao perigo de explosão. Lista dos componentes autorizados A lista com os componentes autorizados encontram-se na Internet: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ sob o número de ID 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 68 Στη συνέχεια θα βρείτε σηµαντικές υποδείξεις για την εγκατάσταση του δοµικού συγκροτήµατος SIMATIC S7-400 σε επικίνδυνη για έκρηξη περιοχή. Επιπλέον πληροφορίες Επιπλέον πληροφορίες για τα διάφορα δοµικά συγκροτήµατα (ενότητες) S7-400 θα βρείτε στο εγχειρίδιο. Τόπος κατασκευής Siemens AG, Bereich A&D Östliche Rheinbrückenstrasse 50 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Άδεια II 3 G EN 50021 : 1999 Αριθµός...
  • Page 69 Η προειδοποίηση αυτή δε χρειάζεται να ληφθεί υπ’ όψιν, εάν είναι γνωστό ότι δεν υφίσταται ατµόσφαιρα παρουσιάζουσα κίνδυνο έκρηξης. Κατάλογος των εγκεκριµένων δοµικών συγκροτηµάτων Η λίστα µε τα εγκριµένα δοµικά συγκροτήµατα υπάρχει στο διαδίκτυο: http://www4.ad.siemens.de/view/cs/ µε τον κωδικό συνδροµής 13702947 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 70 General Technical Specifications S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 1-42 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 71: Racks

    Racks Chapter Overview Section Function and Structure of the Racks The Racks UR1; (6ES7400-1TA01-0AA0) and UR2; (6ES7400-1JA01-0AA0) The Rack UR2-H; (6ES7400-2JA00-0AA0) The Rack CR2; (6ES7401-2TA01-0AA0) The Rack CR3; (6ES7401-2TA01-0AA0) The Racks ER1; (6ES7403-1TA01-0AA0) and ER2; (6ES7403-1JA01-0AA0) S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Description Page...
  • Page 72: Function And Structure Of The Racks

    Racks Function and Structure of the Racks Introduction The racks in the S7-400 have the following tasks: • They hold the modules • They supply the modules with operating voltage • They connect the individual modules to each other via the signal buses Structure of the Racks A rack consists of the following elements: •...
  • Page 73: The Racks Ur1; (6es7400-1ta01-0aa0) And Ur2; (6es7400-1ja01-0aa0)

    The Racks UR1; (6ES7400-1TA01-0AA0) and UR2; (6ES7400-1JA01-0AA0) Introduction The UR1 and UR2 racks are used for assembling central racks and expansion racks. The UR1 and UR2 racks have both an I/O bus and a communication bus. Suitable Modules for UR1 and UR2 You can use the following modules in the UR1 and UR2 racks: •...
  • Page 74 Racks Technical Specifications of the UR1 and UR2 Racks Rack Number of single-width slots Dimensions W x H x D (in mm) Weight (in kg) Buses 482.5 x 290 x 27.5 257.5 x 290 x 27.5 4.1 as of version 03 2.15 as of version 04 I/O bus and communication bus S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications...
  • Page 75: The Rack Ur2-h; (6es7400-2ja00-0aa0)

    The Rack UR2-H; (6ES7400-2JA00-0AA0) Introduction The UR2-H rack is used for assembling two central racks or expansion racks in one rack. The UR2-H rack essentially represents two electrically isolated UR2 racks on the same rack profile. The main area of application of the UR2-H is in the compact structure of redundant S7-400H systems (two subracks or subsystems in one rack).
  • Page 76 Racks Caution Danger of damage to equipment. If you insert a power supply module in a slot that is not permitted for power supply modules, the module may be damaged. Slots 1 to 4 are permitted, whereby power supply modules starting from slot 1 must be inserted without leaving gaps. Make sure that power supply modules are only inserted in permitted slots.
  • Page 77: The Rack Cr2; (6es7401-2ta01-0aa0)

    The Rack CR2; (6ES7401-2TA01-0AA0) Introduction The CR2 rack is used for assembling segmented central racks. The CR2 has both an I/O bus and a communication bus. The I/O bus is split into two local bus segments with 10 or 8 slots. Suitable Modules for the CR2 You can use the following modules in the CR2 rack: •...
  • Page 78: The Rack Cr3; (6es7401-2ta01-0aa0)

    Racks The Rack CR3; (6ES7401-2TA01-0AA0) Introduction The CR3 rack is used for the assembly of CRs in standard systems (not in fault-tolerant systems). The CR3 has an I/O bus and a communication bus. Suitable Modules for CR 3 You can use the following modules in CR3: •...
  • Page 79: The Racks Er1; (6es7403-1ta01-0aa0)

    The Racks ER1; (6ES7403-1TA01-0AA0) and ER2; (6ES7403-1JA01-0AA0) Introduction The ER1 and ER2 racks are used for assembling expansion racks. The ER1 and ER2 racks have only one I/O bus with the following restrictions: • Interrupts from modules in the ER1 or ER2 have no effect since there are no interrupt lines provided.
  • Page 80: Er1 Rack With 18 Slots And Er2 Rack With 9 Slots

    Racks Structure of ER1 and ER2 290 mm 190 mm 40 mm Figure 2-6 ER1 Rack with 18 Slots and ER2 Rack with 9 Slots Technical Specifications of the ER1 and ER2 Racks Rack Number of single-width slots Dimensions W x H x D (in mm) Weight (in kg) Busses 2-10...
  • Page 81: Power Supply Modules

    Power Supply Modules Chapter Overview Section Common Characteristics of the Power Supply Modules Redundant Power Supply Modules Backup Battery (Option) Controls and Indicators Fault/Error Messages via LEDs Power Supply Module PS 407 4A; (6ES7407-0DA00-0AA0) Power Supply Module PS 407 4A; (6ES7407-0DA01-0AA0) Power Supply Modules PS 407 10A;...
  • Page 82: Common Characteristics Of The Power Supply Modules

    Power Supply Modules Common Characteristics of the Power Supply Modules Tasks of the Power Supply Modules The power supply modules of the S7-400 supply the other modules in the rack with their operating voltages via the backplane bus. They do not provide load voltages for the signal modules.
  • Page 83: Compliance With The Namur Recommendation

    Switching the Line Voltage Off/On The power supply modules have a making-current limiter in accordance with NAMUR. Power Supply Module in Invalid Slot If you insert the power supply module of a rack in an invalid slot, it will not power up.
  • Page 84: Redundant Power Supply Modules

    Power Supply Modules Redundant Power Supply Modules Order Numbers and Function Table 3-2 Redundant power supply modules Type Order Number PS 407 10A R 6ES7407-0KR00-0AA0 PS 405 10A R 6ES7405-0KR00-0AA0 Redundant Operation If you use two power supply modules of type PS 407 10A R or PS 405 10A R, you can install a redundant power supply on a mounting rack.
  • Page 85 Characteristics The redundant power supply of an S7-400 has the following characteristics: • The power supply module delivers a making current in accordance with NAMUR. • Each of the power supply modules can take over the supply of power to the whole rack if the other one fails.
  • Page 86: Backup Battery (option)

    Battery Type Only batteries approved by Siemens must be used (see Appendix C: Spare Parts) The batteries can form a passivation layer. Depassivation takes place when the batteries are inserted in the power supply module.
  • Page 87 Backup Times The maximum backup time is based on the capacity of the backup batteries used and the backup current in the rack. The backup current is the sum of all individual currents of the inserted backed-up modules as well as the requirements of the power supply module when the power is switched off.
  • Page 88: Controls And Indicators

    Power Supply Modules Controls and Indicators Introduction The power supply modules of the S7-400 have essentially the same controls and indicators.The main differences are: • Not all the power supply modules have a voltage selector. • Power supply modules with a backup battery have an LED (BATTF) that indicates an empty, defective, or missing backup battery.
  • Page 89: Intf, Dc 5v, Dc 24 V Leds

    Meaning of the LEDs The meaning of the LEDs on the power supply modules is described in the tables below. Section 3.5 contains a list of the faults indicated by these LEDs and notes on how to acknowledge the faults. INTF, 5 VDC, 24 VDC Table 3-3 INTF, DC 5V, DC 24 V LEDs...
  • Page 90 Power Supply Modules Battery Voltage on the Backplane Bus The battery voltage is either supplied by the backup battery or externally into the CPU or receive IM. In its normal state, the level of the battery voltage is between 2.7 V and 3.6 V. The battery voltage is monitored for the lower limit.
  • Page 91: Function Of The Operator Controls Of The Power Supply Modules

    Function of the Operator Controls Table 3-6 Function of the operator controls of the power supply modules FMR momentary- For acknowledging and resetting a fault indicator after correcting the contact pushbut- fault Standby switch Switches the output voltages (5 VDC/24 VDC) to 0 V by intervening in the control loop (no mains disconnection).
  • Page 92 Power Supply Modules Cover The battery compartment, battery selector switch, voltage selector switch and power connection are housed under one cover. The cover must remain closed during operation in order to protect these operator controls and to prevent static electricity from affecting the battery connections. If you have to carry out measurements on a module, you must discharge your body before you start the measurement by touching grounded metallic parts.
  • Page 93: Fault/error Messages Via Leds

    Fault/Error Messages via LEDs Introduction The power supply modules of the S7-400 indicate module faults and backup battery faults via LEDs on the front plate. Overview of the Fault/Error Messages Table 3-7 Error messages of the power supply modules Type of Fault/Error Module fault Backup battery fault INTF, 5 VDC, 24 VDC...
  • Page 94 Power Supply Modules Table 3-8 INTF, DC5V, DC24V LEDs, continued INTF DC5V DC24V Cause of Fault Short circuit or overload on 5 V and 24 V H/D ** Short circuit or overload on 5 V If the standby switch is at the position, illegal external supply on 5 V If the standby switch is at the position, short-circuit or overload on...
  • Page 95 The following power supply modules will switch off in the event of a short circuit or overload after 1 s to 3 s. The module will try to restart after no more than 3 s. If the error has been eliminated by then, the module will start up. This applies to the following modules: PS 405 4A (6ES7405-0DA01-0AA0)
  • Page 96: Baf, Battf; Batt Indic Leds On Batt

    Power Supply Modules BAF, BATTF The following table applies to power supply modules with one battery if the BATT INDIC switch is in the BATT position. It shows the faults indicated and lists how to remedy the faults. Table 3-9 BAF, BATTF;...
  • Page 97: Baf, Batt1f, Batt2f; Batt Indic Leds On 1batt

    BAF, BATT1F, BATT2F The following table applies to power supply modules with two batteries if the BATT INDIC switch is in the 1BATT position. It shows the faults indicated and lists how to remedy the faults. Nothing is indicated about the condition of any second battery that may be in use. Table 3-10 BAF, BATT1F, BATT2F;...
  • Page 98: Baf, Batt1f, Batt2f; Batt Indic Leds On 2batt

    Power Supply Modules The following table applies to power supply modules with two batteries if the BATT INDIC switch is in the 2BATT position. It shows the faults indicated and lists how to remedy the faults. Table 3-11 BAF, BATT1F, BATT2F; BATT INDIC LEDs on 2BATT BATT1F BATT2F Both batteries are empty or missing.
  • Page 99: Power Supply Module Ps 407 4a; (6es7407-0da00-0aa0)

    Power Supply Module PS 407 4A; (6ES7407-0DA00-0AA0) Function The PS 407 4 A power supply module is designed for connecting to an AC line voltage of 120/230 VAC and supplies 5 VDC/4 A and 24 VDC/0.5 A on the secondary side. Controls and Indicators of the PS 407 4A PS 407 4A 407-0DA00-0AA0...
  • Page 100 Power Supply Modules Technical Specifications of the PS 407 4A Programming Package Associated programming As of STEP7 V 2.0 package Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 25x290x217 Weight 0.78 kg Cable cross-section 3x1.5 mm with wire end ferrule with insulating collar;...
  • Page 101: Power Supply Module Ps 407 4a; (6es7407-0da01-0aa0)

    Power Supply Module PS 407 4A; (6ES7407-0DA01-0AA0) Function The PS 407 4A power supply module is designed for connecting to either an AC line voltage of 85 to 264 V or a DC line voltage of 88 to 300 V and supplies 5 VDC/4 A and 24 VDC/0.5 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 102 Power Supply Modules Polarity Reversal of L+ and L- The polarity reversal of L+ and L- with supply voltages of between 88 VDC and 300 VDC has no effect on the function of the power supply. The connection should be made as described in the instructions in the Installation Manual, Chapter 6.
  • Page 103: Power Supply Modules Ps 407 10a; (6es7407-0ka01-0aa0) And Ps 407 10a R; (6es7407-0kr00-0aa0)

    Power Supply Modules PS 407 10A; (6ES7407-0KA01-0AA0) and PS 407 10A R; (6ES7407-0KR00-0AA0) Function The power supply modules PS 407 10A (standard) and PS 407 10A R (redundancy-capable, see Section 3.2) are designed for connection to an AC line voltage of 85 to 264 V or DC line voltage of 88 to 300 V and supply 5 VDC/10 A and 24 VDC/1 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 104 Power Supply Modules Power Connection In contrast to the instructions on installing a power supply module described in the “S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers, Hardware and Installation” manual, an AC connector is used for connecting the PS 407 10A and the PS 407 10A R to both an AC and a DC supply.
  • Page 105 Technical Specifications of the PS 407 10A and the PS 407 10A R Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 50x290x217 Weight 1.36 kg Cable cross-section 3 x 1.5 mm with wire end ferrule with insulating collar; use only flexible sheath cable) Cable diameter 3 to 9 mm...
  • Page 106: Power Supply Module Ps 407 20a; (6es7407-0ra00-0aa0)

    Power Supply Modules Power Supply Module PS 407 20A; (6ES7407-0RA00-0AA0) Function The PS 407 20 A power supply module is designed for connecting to an AC line voltage of 120/230 VAC and supplies 5 VDC/20 A and 24 VDC/1 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 107 Technical Specifications of the PS 407 20 A Programming Package Associated programming As of STEP7 V 2.0 package Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 75x290x217 Weight 1.93 kg Cable cross-section 3x1.5 mm with wire end ferrule with wire end ferrule with insulating collar;...
  • Page 108: Power Supply Module Ps 407 20a (6es7407-0ra01-0aa0)

    Power Supply Modules 3.10 Power Supply Module PS 407 20A (6ES7407-0RA01-0AA0) Function The PS 407 20 A power supply module is designed for connecting to either an AC line voltage of 85 to 264 VAC or a DC line voltage of 88 to 300 VDC and supplies 5 VDC/20 A and 24 VDC/1 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 109 Polarity Reversal of L+ and L- The polarity reversal of L+ and L- with supply voltages of between 88 VDC and 300 VDC has no effect on the function of the power supply. The connection should be made as described in the instructions in the Installation Manual, Chapter 6.
  • Page 110: Power Supply Module Ps 405 4a; (6es7405-0da00-0aa0)

    Power Supply Modules 3.11 Power Supply Module PS 405 4A; (6ES7405-0DA00-0AA0) Function The PS 405 4 A power supply module is designed for connecting to a DC line voltage of 24 VDC and supplies 5 VDC/4 A and 24 VDC/0.5 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 111 Technical Specifications of the PS 405 4 A Programming Package Associated programming As of STEP7 V 2.0 package Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 25x290x217 Weight 0.8 kg Cable cross-section 3 x 1.5 mm with wire end ferrule, use component use component conductor or flexible...
  • Page 112: Controls And Indicators Of The Ps 405 4 A

    Power Supply Modules 3.12 Power Supply Module PS 405 4A; (6ES7405-0DA01-0AA0) Function The PS 405 4A power supply module is designed for connection to a DC line voltage of 19.2 to 72 VDC and supplies 5 VDC/4 A and 24 VDC/0.5 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 113 Technical Specifications of the PS 405 4 A Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 25x290x217 Weight 0.76 kg Cable cross-section 3 x 1.5 mm with wire end ferrule; use component use component conductor or flexible sheath cable) Cable diameter 3 to 9 mm Input Rating Input voltage...
  • Page 114: Controls And Indicators Of The Ps 405 10 A

    Power Supply Modules 3.13 Power Supply Module PS 405 10A; (6ES7405-0KA00-0AA0) Function The PS 405 10A power supply module is designed for connection to a DC line voltage of 24 VDC and supplies 5 VDC/10 A and 24 VDC/1 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 115 Technical Specifications of the PS 405 10 A Programming Package Associated programming As of STEP7 V 2.0 package Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 50x290x217 Weight Weight 1 4 kg 1.4 kg Cable cross-section 3x1.5 mm with wire end ferrule; ith i use component conductor or flexible...
  • Page 116: Controls And Displays Of The Ps 405 10a And Ps 405 10a R

    Power Supply Modules 3.14 Power Supply Modules PS 405 10A; (6ES7405-0KA01-0AA0) and PS 405 10A R; (405-0KR00-0AA0) Function The power supply modules PS 405 10A (standard) and PS 405 10A R (redundancy-capable, see Section 3.2) are designed for connection to a DC line voltage of 19.2 VDC to 72 VDC and supply 5 VDC/10 A and 24 VDC/1 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 117 Technical Specifications of the PS 405 10A and the PS 405 10A R Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 50x290x217 Weight Weight 1 4 kg 1.4 kg Cable cross-section 3 x 1.5 mm with wire end ferrule, ith i use component conductor or flexible sheath cable)
  • Page 118: Controls And Indicators Of The Ps 405 20 A

    Power Supply Modules 3.15 Power Supply Module PS 405 20A; (6ES7405-0RA00-0AA0) Function The PS 405 20 A power supply module is designed for connecting to a DC line voltage of 24 VDC and supplies 5 VDC/20 A and 24 VDC/1 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 119 Technical Specifications of the PS 405 20 A Programming Package Associated programming As of STEP7 V 2.0 package Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 75x290x217 Weight Weight 2 2 kg 2.2 kg Cable cross-section 3x1.5 mm with wire end ferrule; ith i use component conductor or flexible...
  • Page 120: Controls And Indicators Of The Ps 405 20 A

    Power Supply Modules 3.16 Power Supply Module PS 405 20A; (6ES7405-0RA01-0AA0) Function The PS 405 20A power supply module is designed for connection to a DC line voltage of 19.2 VDC to 72 VDC and supplies 5 VDC/20 A and 24 VDC/1 A on the secondary side.
  • Page 121 Technical Specifications of the PS 405 20 A Dimensions, Weight, and Cable Cross-Sections Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 75x290x217 Weight Weight 2 2 kg 2.2 kg Cable cross-section 3x1.5 mm with wire end ferrule; ith i use component conductor or flexible sheath cable) Cable diameter 3 to 9 mm Input Rating...
  • Page 122 Power Supply Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 3-42 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 123 Digital Modules Structure of the Chapter The present chapter is subdivided into the following subjects: 1. Overview containing the modules that are available here and a description 2. Information that is generally valid – in other words, relating to all digital modules (for example, parameter assignment and diagnostics) 3.
  • Page 124: Chapter Overview

    Digital Modules Chapter Overview Section Module Overview Sequence of Steps from Choosing to Commissioning the Digital Module Digital Module Parameter Assignment Diagnostics of the Digital Modules Interrupts of the Digital Modules Input Characteristic Curve for Digital Inputs Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 32 (6ES7421-1BL00-0AA0) Digital Input Module SM 421;...
  • Page 125: Digital Input Modules: Characteristics At A Glance

    Module Overview Introduction The following tables summarize the most important characteristics of the digital modules. This overview is intended to make it easy to choose the suitable module for your task. Table 4-1 Digital Input Modules: Characteristics at a Glance SM 421;...
  • Page 126: Digital Output Modules: Characteristics At A Glance

    Digital Modules Table 4-2 Digital Output Modules: Characteristics at a Glance Module SM 422; SM 422; DO 16 24 VDC/2 A 16 20-125 (-1BH1x) VDC/1.5 A Characte- (-5EH10) ristics Number of 16 DO; 16 DO; outputs isolated in isolated groups of 8 and reverse polarity protection...
  • Page 127: Sequence Of Steps From Choosing To Commissioning The Digital Module

    Sequence of Steps from Choosing to Commissioning the Digital Module Introduction The following table contains the tasks that you have to perform one after the other to commission digital modules successfully. The sequence of steps is a suggestion, but you can perform individual steps either earlier or later (for example, assign parameters to the module) or install other modules or install, commission etc.
  • Page 128: Static And Dynamic Parameters Of The Digital Modules

    Digital Modules Digital Module Parameter Assignment Introduction Digital modules can have different characteristics. You can set the characteristics of dome modules by means of parameter assignment. Tools for Parameter Assignment You assign parameters to digital modules in STEP 7. You must perform parameter assignment in STOP mode of the CPU.
  • Page 129 4.3.1 Parameters of the Digital Input Modules The parameterized digital input modules use a subset of the parameters and ranges of values listed in the table below, depending on functionality. Refer to the section on a particular digital module, starting from Section 4.7, to find out which subset it is capable of using.
  • Page 130 Digital Modules 4.3.2 Parameters of the Digital Output Modules The parameterized digital output modules use a subset of the parameters and ranges of values listed in the table below, depending on the functionality. Refer to the section on the relevant digital module, starting from Section 4.16, to find out which subset it is capable of using.
  • Page 131 Diagnostics of the Digital Modules Programmable and Non-Programmable Diagnostic Messages In diagnostics, we make a distinction between programmable and non-programmable diagnostic messages. You obtain programmable diagnostic messages only if you have enabled diagnostics by parameter assignment. You perform parameter assignment in the ”Diagnostics”...
  • Page 132 Digital Modules Diagnostic Messages of the Digital Modules The table below gives an overview of the diagnostic messages for the digital modules with diagnostics capability. You can find out which diagnostic message each module is capable of in the Appendix entitled “Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules”. Table 4-8 Diagnostic Messages of the Digital Modules Diagnostic Message...
  • Page 133: Diagnostic Messages Of The Digital Modules, Causes Of Errors And Remedial Measures

    Causes of Errors and Remedial Measures for Digital Modules Table 4-9 Diagnostic Messages of the Digital Modules, Causes of Errors and Remedial Measures Diagnostic Message Possible Error Cause Module malfunction An error detected by the module has occurred Internal malfunction The module has detected an error within the programmable controller External malfunction...
  • Page 134: Diagnostic Messages Of The Digital Modules

    Digital Modules Table 4-9 Diagnostic Messages of the Digital Modules, Causes of Errors and Remedial Measures, continued Diagnostic Message Possible Error Cause Wire break Lines interrupted No external sensor supply Channel not connected (open) Fuse blown One or more fuses on the module has blown and caused this fault.
  • Page 135 Interrupts of the Digital Modules Introduction This section describes the interrupt behavior of the digital modules. The following interrupts exist: • Diagnostic Interrupt • Hardware interrupt Note that not all digital modules have interrupt capability or they are only capable of a subset of the interrupts described here.
  • Page 136 Digital Modules Hardware Interrupt A digital input module can trigger a hardware interrupt for each channel at a rising or falling edge, or both, of a signal status change. You perform parameter assignment for each channel separately. It can be modified at any time (in RUN mode using the user program).
  • Page 137 Input Characteristic Curve for Digital Inputs IEC 61131, Type 1 and Type 2 The IEC 61131 standard requires the following for the input current: • In the case of type 2, an input current of y 2 mA already at + 5 V •...
  • Page 138: Input Characteristic Curve For Digital Inputs

    Digital Modules Input Characteristic Curve for Digital Inputs As long as the current flowing into the module remains v 1.5 mA, the module recognizes this as a “0” signal. Typ. switching threshold (9.5 V) (mA) BERO standard I v 1.5 mA –...
  • Page 139 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 32 (6ES7421-1BL00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 421;DI 32 x 24 VDC is a digital input module with the following features: • 32 inputs, isolated in a group of 32. In other words, all inputs share the same chassis ground.
  • Page 140 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 32 x 24 VDC Process Figure 4-2 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 32 4-18 Module S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 24 VDC A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 141 Technical Specifications of the Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 600 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable • Unshielded Max. 600 m •...
  • Page 142 Digital Modules Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 32 (6ES7421-1BL01-0AA0) Characteristics The digital input module SM 421; DI 32 • 32 inputs, isolated in a group of 32 • 24 VDC rated input voltage • Suitable for switches and two/three/four-wire proximity switches (BEROs, IEC 61131;...
  • Page 143: Terminal Assignment And Block Diagram Of The Sm 421; Di 32 X 24 Vdc

    Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 32 Process Figure 4-3 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 32 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Module 24 VDC 24 VDC 4-21...
  • Page 144 Digital Modules Technical Specifications of the Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 500 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable • Unshielded Max. 600 m • Shielded Max. 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Power rated voltage of the Not required electronics L+...
  • Page 145 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 16 (6ES7421-7BH00-0AB0) Characteristics The digital input module SM 421; DI 16 • 16 inputs, isolated in 2 groups of 8 • 24 VDC rated input voltage • Suitable for switches and two/three/four-wire proximity switches (BEROs, IEC 61131;...
  • Page 146: Terminal Assignment And Block Diagram Of The Sm

    Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 24 V 24 V 24 V Figure 4-4 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 4-24 Front connector monitoring Monitoring of external auxiliary supply 1L+ F EXTF Monitoring of internal voltage Short-circuit...
  • Page 147: Terminal Assignment Diagram For The Redundant Supply

    Terminal Assignment Diagram for Redundant Supply of Sensors The figure below shows how sensors can additionally be supplied by means of Vs with a redundant voltage source – for example, via another module). Figure 4-5 Terminal Assignment Diagram for the Redundant Supply of Sensors of the SM 421;...
  • Page 148 Digital Modules Status, Interrupts, Diagnostics Status display Green LED per channel Interrupts • Hardware interrupt Parameters can be assigned • Diagnostic Interrupt Parameters can be assigned Diagnostic functions • Monitoring of the power supply voltage of the electronics • Load voltage monitor Green LED per group •...
  • Page 149 4.9.1 Assigning Parameters to the SM 421; DI 16 Parameter Assignment You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to digital modules in Section 5.7. Parameters of the SM 421; DI 16 You will find an overview of the parameters you can set and their default settings for the SM 421;...
  • Page 150 Digital Modules Ensuring a Wire Break Check Is Carried Out To ensure that a wire break check is carried out, you require an external sensor circuit using a resistor of 10 to 18 kW. The resistor should be connected parallel to the contact and should be arranged as closely as possible to the sensor.
  • Page 151: How The Input Values Depend On The Operating Mode Of The Cpu

    4.9.2 Behavior of the SM 421; DI 16 Effect of Operating Mode and Supply Voltage on the Input Values The input values of the SM 421; DI 16 the CPU and on the supply voltage of the module. Table 4-11 How the Input Values Depend on the Operating Mode of the CPU and on the Supply Voltage L+ of the SM 421;...
  • Page 152: How The Input Values Are Affected By Faults And By The Parameter Assignment Of The 24 Vdc

    Digital Modules Effect of Errors and Parameter Assignment on the Input Values The input values of the SM 421; DI 16 the parameter assignment of the module. The following table lists the effects on the input values. You will find more diagnostic messages of the module in the Appendix entitled “Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules”.
  • Page 153 Behavior when the Input Delay Equals 0.1 ms and an Error Occurs If you have parameterized the following: • An input delay of 0.1 ms • KLV or SV as the response to an error • Substitute “1” In the event of a fault on a channel that has a 1 signal, the following could occur before the last valid value or the substitute value ”1”...
  • Page 154 Digital Modules 4.10 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 16 (6ES7421-7BH01-0AB0) Characteristics The digital input module SM 421; DI 16 • 16 inputs, isolated in 2 groups of 8 • 24 VDC rated input voltage • Suitable for switches and two/three/four-wire proximity switches (BEROs, IEC 61131;...
  • Page 155 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 24 V 24 V 24 V Figure 4-6 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Front connector monitoring Monitoring of external auxiliary supply 1L+ F EXTF Monitoring of internal voltage...
  • Page 156: Terminal Assignment Diagram For The Redundant Supply

    Digital Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram for Redundant Supply of Sensors The figure below shows how sensors can additionally be supplied by means of Vs with a redundant voltage source – for example, via another module). Short-circuit- proof driver Digital input module Figure 4-7 Terminal Assignment Diagram for the Redundant Supply of Sensors of the...
  • Page 157 Status, Interrupts, Diagnostics Status display Green LED per channel Interrupts • Hardware interrupt Parameters can be assigned • Diagnostic Interrupt Parameters can be assigned Diagnostic functions • Monitoring of the power supply voltage of the electronics • Load voltage monitor Green LED per group •...
  • Page 158 Digital Modules 4.10.1 Assigning Parameters to the SM 421; DI 16 Parameter Assignment You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to digital modules in Section 5.7. Parameters of the SM 421; DI 16 You will find an overview of the parameters you can set and their default settings for the SM 421;...
  • Page 159 Ensuring a Wire Break Check Is Carried Out To ensure that a wire break check is carried out, you require an external sensor circuit using a resistor of 10 to 18 kW. The resistor should be connected parallel to the contact and should be arranged as closely as possible to the sensor. This additional resistor is not required in the following cases: •...
  • Page 160: How The Input Values Depend On The Operating Mode Of The Cpu And On The Supply Voltage L+ Of The Sm

    Digital Modules 4.10.2 Behavior of the SM 421; DI 16 Effect of Operating Mode and Supply Voltage on the Input Values The input values of the SM 421; DI 16 the CPU and on the supply voltage of the module. Table 4-14 How the Input Values Depend on the Operating Mode of the CPU and on the Supply Voltage L+ of the SM 421;...
  • Page 161: How The Input Values Are Affected By Faults And By The 24 Vdc

    Effect of Errors and Parameter Assignment on the Input Values The input values of the SM 421; DI 16 the parameter assignment of the module. The following table lists the effects on the input values. You will find more diagnostic messages of the module in the Appendix entitled “Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules”.
  • Page 162 Digital Modules Behavior when the Input Delay Equals 0.1 ms and an Error Occurs If you have parameterized the following: • An input delay of 0.1 ms or 0.05 ms • KLV or SV as the response to an error •...
  • Page 163 4.11 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 16 (6ES7421-5EH00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 421; DI 16 • 16 inputs, isolated • 120 VAC rated input voltage • Suitable for switches and two-wire proximity switches (BEROs, IEC 61131; type 2) S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 120 VAC has the following features: 120 VAC...
  • Page 164 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 Process Byte 0 Byte 1 Figure 4-8 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 4-42 120 VAC Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation...
  • Page 165 Technical Specifications of the SM 421; DI 16 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 650 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable • Unshielded 600 m • Shielded 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Number of inputs that can be triggered simultaneously Isolation...
  • Page 166: 24/60 Vuc

    Digital Modules 4.12 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 16 (6ES7 421-7DH00-0AB0) Characteristics The SM 421; DI 16 • 16 inputs, individually isolated • Rated input voltage 24 VUC to 60 VUC • Suitable for switches and two-wire proximity switches (BEROs) •...
  • Page 167 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 Process Front connector jumper Figure 4-9 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Module INTF EXTF Input Adaptation Diagnostics Input Adaptation...
  • Page 168 Digital Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 421; DI 16 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W H (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 600 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable •...
  • Page 169 4.12.1 Assigning Parameters to the SM 421; DI 16 Parameter Assignment You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to digital modules in Section 4.3. Parameters of the SM 421; DI 16 The following table contains an overview of the parameters you can set and their default settings for the SM 421;...
  • Page 170 Digital Modules Setting the Input Delay for Channel Groups You can only set the input delay for each group of channels. In other words, the setting for channel 0 applies to inputs 0 to 7 and the setting for channel 8 applies to inputs 8 to 15.
  • Page 171: Circuit As For Active High Or Active Low Input

    Circuit as for active high or active low input Active low Active high ”1” ”0” ”1” – L+ – L+ Input threshold Figure 4-10 Circuit as for Active High or Active Low Input S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 DI_x Channel x of the DI_xN...
  • Page 172 Digital Modules 4.13 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 16 (6ES7 421-1FH00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 421; DI 16 • 16 inputs, isolated • Rated input voltage 120/230 VAC/VDC • Suitable for switches and two-wire proximity switches 4-50 120/230 VUC is characterized by the following features: S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 120/230 VUC;...
  • Page 173 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 Process Figure 4-11 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Module 120/230 VUC 120/230 VUC 4-51...
  • Page 174 Digital Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 421; DI 16 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 650 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable •...
  • Page 175 4.14 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 16 (6ES7421-1FH20-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 421; DI 16 • 16 inputs, isolated in groups of 4 • Rated input voltage 120/230 VUC • Input characteristic curve to IEC 61131; type 2 • Suitable for switches and two-wire proximity switches (BEROs) The status LEDs indicate the process status.
  • Page 176 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 Process Figure 4-12 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 16 4-54 Module S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 120/230 VUC 120/230 VUC A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 177 Technical Specifications of the SM 421; DI 16 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 650 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable • Unshielded 600 m • Shielded 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Power rated voltage of the None electronics L+...
  • Page 178 Digital Modules 4.15 Digital Input Module SM 421; DI 32 (6ES7421-1EL00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 421; DI 32 • 32 inputs, isolated • Rated input voltage 120 VAC/VDC • Suitable for switches and two-wire proximity switches 4-56 120 VUC is characterized by the following features: S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 120 VUC A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 179: Terminal Assignment And Block Diagram Of The Sm

    Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 32 Process Figure 4-13 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 421; DI 32 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Module 120 VUC 120 VUC 4-57...
  • Page 180 Digital Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 421; DI 32 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W D (mm) Weight Approx. 600 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable • Unshielded 600 m • Shielded 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Rated load voltage L+ 79 to 132 VAC 80 to 132 VDC...
  • Page 181 4.16 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 16 24 VDC/2 A; (6ES7422-1BH10-0AA0) Characteristics The digital output module SM 422; DO 16 features. • 16 outputs, isolated in two groups of 8 • 2 A output current • 24 VDC rated load voltage The status LEDs also indicate the system status even when the front connector is not inserted.
  • Page 182 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 Process 1st supply group 2nd supply group 3rd supply group 4th supply group 5th supply group 6th supply group 7th supply group 8th supply group Figure 4-14 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422;...
  • Page 183: Vdc

    Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 16 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 600 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable •...
  • Page 184 Digital Modules 4.17 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 16 24 VDC/2 A; (6ES7422-1BH11-0AA0) Characteristics The digital output module SM 422; DO 16 features. • 16 outputs, isolated in two groups of 8 • 2 A output current • 24 VDC rated load voltage The status LEDs also indicate the system status even when the front connector is not inserted.
  • Page 185 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 Process 1st supply group 2nd supply group 3rd supply group 4th supply group 5th supply group 6th supply group 7th supply group 8th supply group Figure 4-15 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Module...
  • Page 186 Digital Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 16 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 600 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable • Unshielded 600 m • Shielded 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Power rated voltage of the 24 VDC electronics L+...
  • Page 187 4.18 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 16 (6ES7422-5EH10-0AB0) Characteristics The SM 422; DO 16 • 16 outputs, each channel is fused; reverse polarity protection and isolated in groups of 8 • 1.5 A output current • Rated load voltage 20 to 125 VDC •...
  • Page 188 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 Process Byte 0 –+ Byte 1 –+ Figure 4-16 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 4-66 20-125 VDC/1.5 A Module 20-125 VDC/1.5 A S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 189 Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 16 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 800 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable • Unshielded Max. 600 m • Shielded Max. 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Rated load voltage L1 20 VDC to 138 VDC •...
  • Page 190 Digital Modules Note If the power supply is switched on by means of a mechanical contact, a voltage pulse may occur at the outputs. The transient pulse lasts a maximum of 0.5 ms. Changing Fuses Warning This can result in injury. If you change a fuse without removing the front connector of the module, you could be injured by an electric shock.
  • Page 191: Parameters Of The Sm 421; Di

    4.18.1 Assigning Parameters to the SM 422; DO 16 Parameter Assignment You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to digital modules in Section 5.7. Parameters of the SM 421; DO 16 You will find an overview of the parameters you can set and their default settings for the SM 422;...
  • Page 192 Digital Modules 4.19 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 32 (6ES7422-1BL00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 422; DO 32 x 24 VDC/0.5 A has the following features: • 32 outputs, isolated in a group of 32 • Power is supplied to 8 channels in groups. •...
  • Page 193 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 32 Process Figure 4-17 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 32 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Module 24 VDC/0.5 A 24 VDC/0.5 A 4-71...
  • Page 194 Digital Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 32 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 600 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable •...
  • Page 195 4.20 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 32 (6ES7422-7BL00-0AB0) Characteristics The digital output module SM 422; DO 32 features: • 32 outputs, fused and isolated in groups of 8 • 0.5 A output current • 24 VDC rated load voltage •...
  • Page 196: Terminal Assignment And Block Diagram Of The Sm

    Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 32 Module Control Channel status Figure 4-18 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 32 4-74 1L+ – monitoring INTF EXTF Monitoring of internal voltage Control Diagnostics Output status...
  • Page 197 Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 32 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 600 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable • Unshielded 600 m • Shielded 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Power rated voltage of the 24 VDC electronics L+...
  • Page 198 Digital Modules Time, Frequency Internal preparation time between backplane bus and input of the output driver 1) Up to hardware release 03 • max. 100 ms independent of enable diagnostics/diagnostic interrupt/ substitute value Up to hardware release 04 • max. 60 ms without enable diagnostics/ diagnostic interrupt/ substitute value...
  • Page 199 4.20.1 Assigning Parameters to the SM 422; DO 32 Parameter Assignment You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to digital modules in Section 5.7. Parameters of the SM 422; DO 32 You will find an overview of the parameters that you can set and their default settings for the SM 422;...
  • Page 200 Digital Modules 4.20.2 Behavior of the SM 422; DO 32 Effect of Operating Mode and Supply Voltage on the Output Values The output values of the SM 422; DO 32 operating mode of the CPU and on the supply voltage of the module. Table 4-19 Dependence of the Output Values on the Operating Mode of the CPU and on the Supply Voltage L+ of the SM 422;...
  • Page 201 4.21 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 8 120/230 VAC/5 A; (6ES7422-1FF00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 422; DO 8 • 8 outputs, isolated in groups of 1 • Output current 5 A • 120/230 VAC rated load voltage The status LEDs also indicate the system status even when the front connector is not inserted.
  • Page 202 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 8 120/230 VAC/5 A Process Figure 4-19 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 8 4-80 Module INFT EXTF F100 F200 F300 F400 F500 F600 F700 F800 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications...
  • Page 203 Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 8 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 800 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable •...
  • Page 204 Digital Modules Changing Fuses Warning This can result in injury. If you change a fuse without removing the front connector of the module, you could be injured by an electric shock. Consequently, always remove the front connector before you change the fuse. 4-82 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 205 4.22 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 16 (6ES7422-1FH00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 422; DO 16 • 16 outputs, isolated in groups of 4 • 2 A output current • 120/230 VAC rated load voltage The status LEDs also indicate the system status even when the front connector is not inserted.
  • Page 206 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 120/230 VAC/2 A Process 16 digital outputs (4 chassis grounds) Byte 0 Byte 1 Figure 4-20 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 4-84 Module INTF...
  • Page 207 Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 16 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight DimensionsW (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 800 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable • Unshielded 600 m •...
  • Page 208 Digital Modules Changing Fuses Warning This can result in injury. If you change a fuse without removing the front connector of the module, you could be injured by an electric shock. Consequently, always remove the front connector before you change the fuse. 4-86 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 209 4.23 Digital Output Module SM 422; DO 16 20-120 VAC/2 A; (6ES7422-5EH00-0AB0) Characteristics The SM 422; DO 16 • 16 outputs, isolated in groups of 1 • 2 A output current • Rated load voltage 20 VAC to 120 VAC •...
  • Page 210 Digital Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 Process Byte 0 Byte 1 Figure 4-21 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 4-88 20-120 VAC/2 A INTF EXTF 10L1 11L1 12L1 13L1 14L1 15L1 16L1 20-120 VAC/2 A S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications Module...
  • Page 211 Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 16 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 800 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable • Unshielded Max. 600 m • Shielded Max. 1000 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Rated load voltage L+ 20 to 132 VAC •...
  • Page 212 Digital Modules Changing Fuses Warning This can result in injury. If you change a fuse without removing the front connector of the module, you could be injured by an electric shock. Consequently, always remove the front connector before you change the fuse. 4.23.1 Assigning Parameters to the SM 422;...
  • Page 213 4.24 Relay Output Module SM 422; DO 16 30/230 VUC/Rel. 5 A; (6ES7422-1HH00-0AA0) Characteristics The SM 422; DO 16 • 16 outputs, isolated in 8 groups of 2 • Output current 5 A • Rated load voltage 230 VAC/ 125 VDC The status LEDs also indicate the system status even when the front connector is not inserted.
  • Page 214: Terminal Assignment And Block Diagram Of The Sm

    Digital Modules Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 30/230 VUC/Rel. 5 A Process Figure 4-22 Terminal Assignment and Block Diagram of the SM 422; DO 16 4-92 Module S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 30/230 VUC/Rel. 5 A A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 215 Technical Specifications of the SM 422; DO 16 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 700 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable •...
  • Page 216 Digital Modules Note Use a suppressor circuit in environments with high humidity and where sparks might occur at the relay contacts. This will increase the life of the relay contacts. To do this, connect an RC element or a varistor parallel to the relay contacts or to the load.
  • Page 217 Analog Modules Structure of the Chapter The present chapter is broken down into the following subjects: 1. Overview containing the modules that are available here and a description 2. Information that is generally available – in other words, affects all analog modules (such as parameter assignment and diagnostics) 3.
  • Page 218 Analog Modules Chapter Overview Section Module Overview Sequence of Steps from Choosing to Commissioning the Analog Modules Analog Value Representation Setting the Measuring Method and Measuring Ranges of the Analog Input Channels Behavior of the Analog Modules Conversion, Cycle, Setting and Response Time of Analog Modules Analog Module Parameter Assignment Connecting Sensors to Analog Inputs...
  • Page 219 Module Overview Introduction The following tables summarize the most important characteristics of the analog modules. This overview is intended to make it easy to choose the suitable module for your task. Table 5-1 Analog Input Modules: Characteristics at a Glance SM 431;...
  • Page 220 Analog Modules Table 5-1 Analog Input Modules: Characteristics at a Glance, continued SM 431; SM 431; Module AI 8 AI 8 14 (-1KF00-) (-1KF10-) Characteristics Max. Permissible Between Between Common Mode the chan- the chan- Voltage nels or be- nels or be- tween the tween the reference...
  • Page 221 Table 5-2 Analog Output Modules: Characteristics at a Glance Characteristics Max. permissible common mode voltage Special Features S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 SM 432; AO 8 Module Between the channels and the channels against M 3 VDC – 13 Bit (-1HF00-)
  • Page 222 Analog Modules Sequence of Steps from Choosing to Commissioning the Analog Modules Introduction The following table contains the tasks that you have to perform one after the other to commission analog modules successfully. The sequence of steps is a suggestion, but you can perform individual steps either earlier or later (for example, assign parameters to the module) or install other modules or install, commission etc.
  • Page 223 Analog Value Representation Introduction This section describes the analog values for all the measuring ranges and output ranges which you can use with the analog modules. Converting Analog Values Analog input modules convert the analog process signal into digital form. Analog output modules convert the digital output value into an analog signal.
  • Page 224 Analog Modules Example In the following example you can see how the positions not padded with “0” are written for low resolution. Table 5-4 Example: Bit Pattern of a 16-Bit and a 13-Bit Analog Value Resolution 16-bit analog value 13-bit analog value 5.3.1 Analog Value Representation for Analog Input Channels Introduction...
  • Page 225 Table 5-5 Possible Resolutions of the Analog Values Resolution Units in Bits in Bits Decimal S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Analog Value Hexadecimal High-Order Byte 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0...
  • Page 226 Analog Modules Binary Representation of the Input Ranges The input ranges shown in Tables 5-6 to 5-8 are defined in two’s complement representation: Table 5-6 Bipolar Input Ranges Units Measured Value Value in % u118.515 32767 32511 117.589 uw100.00 27649 27648 100.000 0.003617...
  • Page 227 Table 5-8 Life-Zero Input Ranges Units Measured Value Value in % w32767 w118.515 32511 117.589 w100.004 27649 27648 100.000 0.003617 0.000 –1 –0.003617 –4864 –17.593 In the event of wire break, the module reports 7FFF Analog Value Representation in Voltage Measuring Ranges Analog Value Representation in Voltage Measuring Ranges ±...
  • Page 228 Analog Modules Table 5-10 Analog Value Representation in the Voltage Measuring Ranges ± 500 mV to ± 25 mV System ± 500 mV Dec. Hex. 118.515% 32767 7FFF 592.6 mV 117.593% 32512 7F00 117.589% 32511 7EFF 587.9 mV 27649 6C01 100.000% 27648 6C00 500 mV...
  • Page 229 Analog Value Representation in Current Measuring Ranges Table 5-12 Analog Value Representation in the Current Measuring Ranges ± 20 mA to ± 3.2 mA System ± 20 mA Dec. Hex. 118.515% 32767 7FFF 23.70 mA 117.593% 32512 7F00 117.589% 32511 7EFF 23.52 mA 27649...
  • Page 230 Analog Modules Table 5-14 Analog Value Representation in Current Measuring Ranges 4 to 20 mA System Dec. Hex. 118.515% 32767 7FFF 117.593% 32512 7F00 117.589% 32511 7EFF 27649 6C01 100.000% 27648 6C00 75% 20736 5100 0.003617% 1 0% 0 – 1 FFFF –...
  • Page 231 Analog Value Representation for Resistance Thermometers Pt x00 Standard Table 5-16 Analog Value Representation for Resistance Thermometers Pt 100, 200, 500,1000 Pt x00 Pt x00 Units Standard Standard Standard Standard in 5C Deci- Hexa- in 5F deci- (1 Digit = (1 Digit = 0.1 5F) 0.15C)
  • Page 232 Analog Modules Analog Value Representation for Resistance Thermometers Ni x00 Standard Table 5-18 Analog Value Representation for Resistance Thermometers Ni100, 120, 200, 500, 1000 Ni x00 Units Ni x00 Standard Standard Standard Standard in 5C Deci- Hexa- in 5F deci- (1 Digit = (1 Digit = 0.1 5F)
  • Page 233 Analog Value Representation for Resistance Thermometers Cu 10 Standard Table 5-20 Analog Value Representation for Resistance Thermometers Cu 10 Cu 10 Cu 10 Units Standard Standard Standard Standard in 5C Deci- Hexa- in 5F deci- (1 Digit = (1 Digit = 0.01 5F) 0.015C) >...
  • Page 234 Analog Modules Analog Value Representation for Themocouple Type B Table 5-22 Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Type B Units Type B Type B Type B Type B Deci- Hexa- in 5C in 5F deci- > 2070.0 32767 7FFF > 3276.6 2070.0 20700 50DC...
  • Page 235 Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Type J Table 5-24 Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Type J Units Type J Type J Type J Type J Deci- Hexade- in 5C in 5F cimal > 1450.0 32767 7FFF > 2642.0 1450.0 14500 38A4 2642.0 1201.0...
  • Page 236 Analog Modules Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Type L Table 5-26 Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Type L Units Type L Type L Type L Type L Decimal Hexa- in 5C in 5F decimal > 1150.0 32767 7FFF > 2102.0 1150.0 11500 2CEC...
  • Page 237 Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Types R, S Table 5-28 Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Types R, S Units Types R S Types R, S Types R Types R, Deci- Hexa- in 5C deci- in 5F > 2019.0 32767 7FFF >...
  • Page 238 Analog Modules Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Type U Table 5-30 Analog Value Representation for Thermocouple Type U Units Type U Type U Type U Type U Deci- Hexa- in 5C in 5F deci- > 850.0 32767 7FFF > 1562.0 850.0 8500 2134...
  • Page 239 5.3.2 Analog Value Representation for Analog Output Channels Introduction The tables in this chapter contain the analog value representation for output channels of the analog output modules. The values in the tables apply to all modules with the corresponding output ranges. Notes on How to Read the Tables Tables 5-31 to 5-33 contain the binary representation of the output values.
  • Page 240 Analog Modules Table 5-32 Unipolar Output Ranges Units Output Value in Val e in w32512 0% 32511 117.589 27649 w100.004 27648 100.000 1 0.003617 0 0.000 –1 0.000 –32512 v32513 0% 5-24 Data Word S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications Range Overflow Overrange...
  • Page 241 Table 5-33 Life-Zero Output Ranges Units Output Val e in % Value in % w 32512 0 % 32511 117.589 27649 w100.004 27648 100.000 1 0.003617 0 0.000 –1 – 0.003617 1 –6912 –25.000 –6913 –25.000 –32512 v–32513 – 25% S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Data Word...
  • Page 242 Analog Modules Analog Value Representation in Voltage Output Ranges Table 5-34 Analog Value Representation in Output Range ±( 10 V System Dec. 118.5149% 32767 32512 117.589% 32511 27649 100% 27648 75% 20736 0.003617% 1 0% 0 –1 – 75% – 20736 –...
  • Page 243 Analog Value Representation in Current Output Ranges Table 5-36 Analog Value Representation in Output Range ±( 20 mA System Dec. 118.5149% 32767 32512 117.589% 32511 27649 100% 27648 75% 20736 0.003617% 1 0% 0 –1 – 75% – 20736 – 100% –27648 –27649 –117.593% –32512 –...
  • Page 244 Analog Modules Setting the Measuring Method and Measuring Ranges of the Analog Input Channels Two Procedures There are two procedures for setting the measuring method and the measuring ranges of the analog input channels of the analog modules: • With a measuring range module and STEP 7 •...
  • Page 245 Replugging Measuring Range Modules If you want to replug a measuring range module, perform the following steps: 1. Use a screwdriver to ease the measuring range module out of the analog input module. Figure 5-1 Levering the Measuring Range Module out of the Analog Input Module S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 5-29...
  • Page 246 Analog Modules 2. Insert the measuring range module (correctly positioned (1)) into the analog input module. The measuring range selected is the one that points to marker point on module (2). Figure 5-2 Inserting the Measuring Range Module into the Analog Input Module Perform the same steps for all other measuring range modules.
  • Page 247 Behavior of the Analog Modules Introduction In this section, you will find information on: • How the analog input and output values depend on the operating modes of the CPU and the supply voltage of the analog module • The behavior of the analog modules depending on where the analog values lie within the value range •...
  • Page 248 Analog Modules Behavior on Failure of the Supply Voltage Failure of the load power supply L+ of the diagnostics-capable analog module is indicated in the case of parameterized two-wire transmitters by the EXTF LED on the module. Furthermore, this information is made available on the module (entry in diagnostic buffer).
  • Page 249 Effect of Range of Values on the Analog Output Module The behavior of the analog modules depends on where the output values lie within the value range. Table 5-40 Behavior of the Analog Output Modules as a Function of the Position of the Analog Value Within the Range of Values Process Value Output Value...
  • Page 250 Analog Modules Example of Determination of the Output Error of a Module An analog output module SM 432; AO 8 The output range “"10 V” is used. The module is operating at an ambient temperature of 30°C. The operational limit thus applies. The technical specifications of the module state: •...
  • Page 251 Conversion, Cycle, Setting and Response Time of Analog Modules Conversion Time of Analog Input Channels The conversion time consists of a basic conversion time and additional processing times of the module for: • Resistance test • Wire-break monitoring The basic conversion time depends directly on the conversion method of the analog input channel (integrating method, instantaneous value conversion).
  • Page 252 Analog Modules Basic Execution Time of the Analog Input Channels The basic execution time corresponds to the cycle time for all the enabled channels. Setting the Smoothing of Analog Values You can set the smoothing of the analog values in STEP 7 for some analog input modules.
  • Page 253 Example The following figure shows the number of module cycles for a step response after which the smoothed analog value is approximately 100% applied, as a function of the smoothing that has been set. The figure applies to every change of signal at the analog input.
  • Page 254 Analog Modules Basic Execution Time of the Analog Output Channels The basic execution time corresponds to the cycle time for all the enabled channels. You should disable any analog channels that are not being used to reduce the scan time in STEP 7. Overview of the Settling Time and Response Time of the Analog Output Modules = response time = cycle time corresponds to n...
  • Page 255 Analog Module Parameter Assignment Introduction Analog modules can have different characteristics. You can set the characteristics of the modules by means of parameter assignment. Tools for Parameter Assignment You assign parameters to analog modules with STEP 7. You must perform parameter assignment in STOP mode of the CPU.
  • Page 256 Analog Modules 5.7.1 Parameters of the Analog Input Modules The analog input modules use a subset of the parameters and ranges of values listed in the table below, depending on the functionality. Refer to the section on the module concerned, starting from Section 5.18, to find out which subset the module is capable of using.
  • Page 257 Table 5-42 Parameters of the Analog Input Modules, continued Parameter Measurement • Measuring type Disabled 4DMU Current 2DMU Current R-4L R-3L RTD-4L Thermal resistor connection) RTD-3L Thermal resistor TC-L • Measuring range For the settable measuring ranges of the input channels, please refer to the individual module description.
  • Page 258 Analog Modules 5.7.2 Parameters of the Analog Output Modules The analog output modules use a subset of the parameters and ranges of values listed in the table below, depending on the functionality. Refer to the section on the module concerned, starting from Section 5.25, to find out which subset the module is capable of using.
  • Page 259 Connecting Sensors to Analog Inputs Introduction You can connect different sensors to the analog input modules depending on the measuring method; voltage and current sensors, and resistors. This section contains general information that is generally applicable to all the connection options for sensors described in the sections that follow. Cables for Analog Signals To reduce electrical interference, you should use twisted-pair shielded cables for the analog signals.
  • Page 260 Analog Modules Abbreviations and Mnemonics Used in the Figures Below The abbreviations and mnemonics used in the figures below have the following meanings: M +: Measuring line (positive) M –: Measuring line (negative) Reference potential of the analog measuring circuit Potential difference between inputs and reference potential of the M Potential difference between M...
  • Page 261 Non-Isolated Sensors The non-isolated sensors are connected with the local ground potential (local ground). When using non-isolated sensors, you must connect M ground. Connecting Non-Isolated Sensors Caused by local conditions or interference, potential differences U dynamic) can occur between the locally distributed individual measuring points. If the potential difference U equipotential bonding conductors between the measuring points.
  • Page 262 Analog Modules Connecting Voltage Sensors Note The necessary connecting cables, which result from the potential connection of the analog input module and the sensors, are not drawn in the figures shown below. In other words, you must continue to take note of and implement Section 5.8 with its generally applicable information on connecting sensors.
  • Page 263 5.10 Connecting Current Sensors Note The necessary connecting cables, which result from the potential connection of the analog input module and the sensors, are not drawn in the figures shown below. In other words, you must continue to take note of and implement Section 5.8 with its generally applicable information for connecting sensors.
  • Page 264 Analog Modules Connecting Two-Wire Transmitters Sensor, for example, pressure gauge * Connection required in the case of modules with M Figure 5-10 Connecting Two-Wire Transmitters to an Isolated AI SM 431; 8 x 13 Bit: Connecting Two-Wire Transmitters Because the supply voltage for the two-wire transmitters is not fed by the SM 431; 8 x 13 Bit, you must supply the sensors separately with 24 V.
  • Page 265 Connecting Four-Wire Transmitters Sensor, for example, pressure gauge * Connection required in the case of modules with M Figure 5-12 Connecting Four-Wire Transmitters to an AI SM 431; 8 x 13 Bit: Connecting Four-Wire Transmitters To ensure that the permissible value for U the M–...
  • Page 266 Analog Modules 5.11 Connecting Resistance Thermometers and Resistors Note The necessary connecting cables, which result from the potential connection of the analog input module and the sensors, are not drawn in the figures shown below. In other words, you must continue to take note of and implement Section 5.8 with its generally applicable information for connecting sensors.
  • Page 267 Four-Conductor Connection of a Resistance Thermometer The voltage generated at the resistance thermometer is measured via the M terminals. When you connect, watch out for the polarity of the connected cable – (connect I and M+ as well as I Make sure that the connected cables I –...
  • Page 268 Analog Modules Three-Conductor Connection of a Resistance Thermometer During three-conductor connection to modules with 4 terminals per resistance thermometer, you must set up a jumper between M– and I AGND (see Figure 5-15). The module compensates in this circuit for the effect of the line resistance between the module and the resistance thermometer/resistor.
  • Page 269 5.12 Connecting Thermocouples Design of Thermocouples A thermocouple consists of a pair of sensors and the necessary installation and connecting parts. The thermocouple consists of two wires of dissimilar metals or metal alloys soldered or welded together at the ends. There are different types of thermocouple, depending on the composition of the material used –...
  • Page 270 Analog Modules Compensation of the Reference Junction Temperature There are several options for you to choose from for acquiring the reference junction temperature in order to obtain an absolute temperature value from the difference in temperature between the reference junction and measuring point. You can use internal or external compensation, depending on where you want the reference junction to be.
  • Page 271 Theory of Operation of Internal Compensation With internal compensation, you can establish the reference point across the terminals of the analog input modules. In this case, you must run the compensating lines right up to the analog module. The internal temperature sensor acquires the temperature of the module and supplies a compensation voltage.
  • Page 272 Analog Modules Connection of Thermocouples without Compensation or Using the Reference Temperature Value Connect the thermocouples to the inputs of the module, either directly or by means of compensating lines. Each channel can use a thermocouple type supported by the analog module independently of the other channels. Compensating leads (same material as thermocouple)
  • Page 273 Recommended Compensating Box We recommend you to use a comparison point (with integrated power supply unit) from Siemens as a compensating box. You will find the necessary ordering data in the table below. Table 5-45 Ordering Data of the Comparison Point...
  • Page 274 Analog Modules Connecting Thermocouples and Resistance Thermometers Connect the resistance thermometer to channel 0 of the module. Make sure that you parameterize the “RTD on Channel 0“ reference junction in STEP 7 for each channel that has a thermocouple connected to it. If all thermocouples connected to the inputs of the module have the same comparison point, you compensate as follows: Equalizing line (same...
  • Page 275 5.13 Connecting Loads/Actuators to Analog Outputs Introduction You can use the analog output modules to supply loads and actuators with current and voltage. This section contains general information that is generally applicable to all the connection options for loads and actuators described in the sections that follow. Cables for Analog Signals For the analog signals and S+ and M and S–, respectively, are to be twisted together.
  • Page 276 Analog Modules 5.14 Connecting Loads/Actuators to Voltage Outputs Connecting Loads to a Voltage Output Connecting loads to a voltage output is possible both in a four-conductor and a two-conductor connection. Note The necessary connecting cables, which result from the potential connection of the analog output module, are not drawn in the figures shown below.
  • Page 277 Figure 5-21 Connecting Loads to a Voltage Output of an Isolated AO over a Four-Conductor Connection Two-Conductor Connection of Loads to a Voltage Output In the case of a two-conductor connection, connect Q the front connector. However, this will not produce the accuracy of a four-conductor connection.
  • Page 278 Analog Modules 5.15 Connecting Loads/Actuators to Current Outputs Note The necessary connecting cables, which result from the potential connection of the analog output module, are not drawn in the figures shown below. In other words, you must continue to take note of and implement Section 5.13 with its generally applicable information for connecting loads/actuators.
  • Page 279 5.16 Diagnostics of the Analog Modules Programmable and Non-Programmable Diagnostic Messages In diagnostics, we make a distinction between programmable and non-programmable diagnostic messages. You obtain programmable diagnostic messages only if you have enabled diagnostics by parameter assignment. You perform parameter assignment in the “Diagnostics”...
  • Page 280 Analog Modules Diagnostic Messages of the Analog Input Modules The table below gives an overview of the diagnostic messages for the analog input modules with diagnostics capability. You can find out which diagnostic messages are possible with which modules in the Appendix entitled “Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules”.
  • Page 281 Note A prerequisite for detecting the errors indicated by programmable diagnostic messages is that you must have assigned parameters to the analog module accordingly in STEP 7. Causes of Errors and Remedial Measures for Analog Input Modules Table 5-47 Diagnostics Messages of the Analog Input Modules, Causes of Errors and Remedial Measures Diagnostics Possible Error Cause...
  • Page 282 Analog Modules Table 5-47 Diagnostics Messages of the Analog Input Modules, Causes of Errors and Remedial Measures, continued Diagnostics Possible Error Cause Message The module is defective EPROM error RAM error ADC/DAC error Hardware interrupt lost The module cannot send an interrupt, since the previous interrupt was not acknowledged;...
  • Page 283 5.17 Analog Module Interrupts Introduction In this Section, the interrupt behavior of the analog modules is described. The following interrupts exist: • Diagnostic Interrupt • Hardware interrupt Note that not all analog modules have interrupt capability or they are only capable of a subset of the interrupts described here Refer to the technical specifications of the modules, starting at Section 5.18, to find out which analog modules have interrupt capability.
  • Page 284 Analog Modules Hardware Interrupt with Trigger “Upper or Lower Limit Exceeded” Define a working range by setting parameters for an upper and lower limit value. If the process signal (for example, the temperature) leaves this working range, the module triggers a hardware interrupt, provided the interrupt is enabled. The CPU interrupts execution of the user program and processes the hardware interrupt block (OB 40).
  • Page 285 Hardware Interrupt on Trigger “Reached End of Scan Cycle” By parameterizing the hardware interrupt a the end of the scan cycle, you have the option of synchronizing a process with the scan cycle of the analog input module. A scan cycle includes the conversion of the measured values of all enabled channels of the analog input module.
  • Page 286 Analog Modules 5.18 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 8 (6ES7431-1KF00-0AB0) Characteristics The analog input module SM 431; AI 8 • 8 inputs for voltage/current measurement • 4 inputs for resistance measurement • Unlimited measuring range selection • 13-bit resolution •...
  • Page 287 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 MV0+ MI0+ MI0+ M0– F_CON Figure 5-25 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x 13 Bit Warning The module can be damaged. The shunt resistor of an input channel can be destroyed if you inadvertently connect a voltage sensor to the M–/MI+ terminals of a channel.
  • Page 288 Analog Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 M ANA Figure 5-26 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x 13 Bit 5-72 13 Bit Voltage Current measure- measurement ment MV0+ MV0+ MI0+ Word 0 MI0+ M0–...
  • Page 289 Technical Specifications of the SM 431; AI 8 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 500 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs • For resistance-type sensor Length of cable •...
  • Page 290 Analog Modules Status, Interrupts, Diagnostics Interrupts None Diagnostic functions None Substitute value can be applied Data for Selecting a Sensor Input range (rated values)/input resistance • " 1 V/200 kW Voltage " 10 V/200 kW 1 V to 5 V/200 kW •...
  • Page 291 5.18.2 Measuring Methods and Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 8 Measuring Methods You can set the following measuring methods for the input channels: • Voltage measurement • Current measurement • Resistance test You perform the setting with the “Measuring Type” parameter in STEP 7. Wiring for Resistance Measurement The following conditions apply when measuring the resistance with the SM 431;...
  • Page 292 Analog Modules Measuring Ranges You set the measuring ranges by means of the “Measuring Range” parameter in STEP 7. Table 5-50 Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 8 x 13 Bit Method Selected U: Voltage 2DMU: Current (two-wire transmitter) 4DMU: Current (four-wire transmitter) R-4L: Resistance...
  • Page 293 5.19 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 8 (6ES7 431-1KF10-0AB0) Characteristics The analog input module SM 431; AI 8  14 Bit has the following features: • 8 inputs for voltage/current measurement • 4 inputs for resistance and temperature measurement •...
  • Page 294 Analog Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 Figure 5-28 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x 14 Bit 5-78 14 Bit Thermocouples Resistance measurement Voltage measurement Resistance thermometer Current measurement Word 0 M0– M0–...
  • Page 295 Technical Specifications of the SM 431; AI 8 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 500 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs • For resistance-type sensor Length of cable •...
  • Page 296 Analog Modules Suppression of Interference, Limits of Error Interference voltage suppression for f = nx (f1 "1%), (f1 = interference frequency) n = 1, 2, ... • Common-mode > 100 dB interference < 120 V • Series-mode interference > 40 dB (peak value of interference <...
  • Page 297 ° Basic error (operational limit at 25 C, referred to input range) • Voltage input " 80 mV " 0.17% – " 250 mV " 0.15% – " 500 mV " 0.15% – " 1 V " 0.15% – " 2.5 V "...
  • Page 298 Analog Modules Status, Interrupts, Diagnostics Interrupts None Diagnostic functions None Substitute value can be applied Data for Selecting a Sensor Input range (rated values)/Input resistance • " 80 mV/1 MW Voltage " 250 mV/1 MW " 500 mV/1 MW " 1 V/1 MW "...
  • Page 299 5.19.1 Commissioning the SM 431; AI 8 You set the mode of operation of the SM 431; AI 8 measuring range modules on the module and in STEP 7. Measuring Range Module A measuring range module of the module matches two channels and one resistance channel to each type of sensor.
  • Page 300 Analog Modules Table 5-51 Parameters of the SM 431; AI 8 Parameter Value Range • Interference 60 Hz; 50 Hz suppression • Smoothing None Average High • Ref. junction None RTD on Channel 0 Reference temperature value dynamic Only in the CC (central controller) is it possible to start up the analog modules with the default settings. Smoothing of the Measured Values You fill find information that is generally applicable to the smoothing of analog values in Section 5.6.
  • Page 301 5.19.2 Measuring Methods and Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 8 Measuring Methods You can set the following measuring methods for the input channels: • Voltage measurement • Current measurement • Resistance test • Temperature measurement You specify the setting by means of the measuring range modules on the module and by means of the “Measuring Type”...
  • Page 302 Analog Modules Wiring for Resistance and Temperature Measurement The following conditions apply when measuring the resistance and temperature with the SM 431; AI 8 x 14 Bit: Table 5-53 Channels for Resistance and Temperature Measurement with the SM 431; AI 8 Measuring Type Parameter Permissible for Channel n...
  • Page 303 Measuring Ranges You set the measuring ranges by means of the measuring range modules on the module and the “Measuring Type” parameter in STEP 7. Table 5-55 Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 8 x 14 Bit Method Selected Measuring Range (Type of Sensor) "...
  • Page 304 Analog Modules Table 5-55 Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 8 x 14 Bit, continued Method Selected Measuring Range (Type of Sensor) TC-L: Thermocouple Type B (linear) Type N (temperature Type E measurement) Type R Type S Type J Type L Type T Type K...
  • Page 305 Wire Break Check for Temperature or Resistance Measurement The wire break check is intended primarily for temperature measurements (TC, RTD) or resistance measurements. Always parameterize the wire break check in these cases as this ensures that, in the event of a wire break, the measured value provided by the module accepts the data for overrun 7FFFH.
  • Page 306 Analog Modules 5.20 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 8 (6ES7431-1KF20-0AB0) Characteristics The analog input module SM 431; AI 8 • Rapid A/D changeover, therefore particularly suitable for highly dynamic processes • 8 inputs for voltage/current measurement • 4 inputs for resistance measurement •...
  • Page 307 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 Figure 5-31 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x 14 Bit S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 14 Bit Voltage measurement Resistance measurement Current measurement Word 0 M0–...
  • Page 308 Analog Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 431; AI 8 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 500 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs • For resistance-type sensor Length of cable •...
  • Page 309 Suppression of interference, Limits of Error Interference voltage suppression parameterized for f = nx (f1 "1%), (f1 = interference frequency) n = 1, 2 , filter 400/60/50 Hz • Common-mode > 80 db interference < 11 V • Series-mode interference >...
  • Page 310 Analog Modules 5.20.1 Commissioning the SM 431; AI 8 You set the mode of operation of the SM 431; AI 8 measuring range modules on the module and in STEP 7. Measuring Range Modules A measuring range module of the module matches two channels and one resistance channel to each type of sensor.
  • Page 311 Smoothing of the Measured Values You will find information that is generally applicable to the smoothing of analog values in Section 5.6. You can only set strong smoothing for the SM 431; AI 8 Bit. The module cycle time is a constant, irrespective of how many channels are enabled.
  • Page 312 Analog Modules Step Response with Strong Smoothing The following figure illustrates the contents of Table 5-57. It shows the filter settling time after which, in the case of a step response, the smoothed analog value is applied to almost 100%, depending on the interference frequency suppression that has been set.
  • Page 313 Circuit Variants of the Channels Two channels are set in each case with the measuring range module. There are therefore restrictions as regards the measuring method for the adjacent channels 0/1, 2/3, 4/5 and 6/7, as shown in the following table: Table 5-58 Selection of the Measuring Method for Channel n and Channel n+1 of the SM 431;...
  • Page 314 Analog Modules Unused Channels Unused channels can usually be left open. Put the measuring range modules in position “B”. You can improve the noise immunity of the module in a measuring environment with serious interference by connecting M– and M Measuring Ranges You set the measuring ranges by means of the measuring range modules on the module and the “Measuring Type”...
  • Page 315 5.21 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 16 (6ES7431-0HH00-0AB0) Characteristics The analog input module SM 431; AI 13  16 Bit has the following features: • 16 inputs for voltage/current measurement • Unlimited measuring range selection • 13-bit resolution • Non-isolated between the analog section and bus •...
  • Page 316 Analog Modules Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 x 13 Bit Figure 5-33 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 x 13 Bit 5-100 Measuring range module Tr = Transducer = Transmitter *Voltage/current sensor and M must *Voltage/current sensor and M must be connected to the chassis ground be connected to the chassis ground...
  • Page 317 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 x 13 Bit Figure 5-34 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 x 13 Bit S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Voltage measurement Current measurement Word 0 M0– Word 2 M1–...
  • Page 318 Analog Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 431; AI 16 x 13 Bit Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 500 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs • Shielded Max. 200 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Rated load voltage L+ 24 VDC (only required for the supply of 2-wire transmitters)
  • Page 319 Data for Selecting a Sensor Input range (rated values)/Input resistance • " 1 V/10 MW Voltage " 10 V/100 MW 1 V to 5 V/100 MW • " 20 mA/50 W Current 4 mA to 20 mA/50 W Maximum input voltage for 20 V continuous;...
  • Page 320 Analog Modules 5.21.1 Commissioning the SM 431; AI 16 You set the mode of operation of the SM 431; AI 16 measuring range modules on the module and in STEP 7. Measurement Range Modules A measuring range module of the module matches two consecutive channels to each type of sensor.
  • Page 321 5.21.2 Measuring Methods and Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 16 13 Bit Measuring Methods You can set the following measuring methods for the input channels: • Voltage measurement • Current measurement You specify the setting by means of the measuring range modules on the module and the “Measuring Type”...
  • Page 322 Analog Modules Unused Channels Unused channels can usually be left open. Put the measuring range modules in position “B”. You can improve the noise immunity of the module in a measuring environment with serious interference by connecting M– and chassis ground. Disable the “Measuring Type”...
  • Page 323 5.22 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 16 (6ES7431-7QH00-0AB0) Characteristics The analog input module SM 431; AI 16  16 Bit has the following features: • 16 inputs for voltage/current and temperature measurement • 8 inputs for resistance measurement • Unlimited measuring range selection •...
  • Page 324 Analog Modules Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 Meas. range module 0 CH14 Meas. range module 7 CH15 Diagnostics L+ loop Figure 5-35 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 x 16 Bit 5-108 16 Bit const + 15 V + 5 V –15 V...
  • Page 325 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 INTF EXTF Figure 5-36 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 16 x 16 Bit S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 16 Bit Thermocouples Resistance measurement Voltage measurement Resistance thermometer Current measurement Word 0 M0–...
  • Page 326 Analog Modules Technical Specifications of the SM 431; AI 16 Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 500 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs • For resistance-type sensor Length of cable •...
  • Page 327 Suppression of Interference, Limits of Error Interference voltage suppression for f = nx (f1 "1%), (f1 = interference frequency) n = 1, 2, ... • Common-mode > 100 dB interference < 120 V • Series-mode interference > 40 dB (peak value of interference <...
  • Page 328 Analog Modules ° Basic error (operational limit at 25 C, referred to input range) • Voltage input " 25 mV " 0.23% – " 50 mV " 0.19% – " 80 mV " 0.17% – " 250 mV " 0.15% –...
  • Page 329 Status, Interrupts, Diagnostics Interrupts • Hardware interrupt Parameters can be assigned • Hardware interrupt when Parameters can be limit has been exceeded assigned • Diagnostic Interrupt Parameters can be assigned Diagnostic functions • Group error display – For internal fault Red LED (INTF) –...
  • Page 330 Analog Modules 5.22.1 Commissioning the SM 431; AI 16 You set the mode of operation of the SM 431; AI 16 measuring range modules on the module and in STEP 7. Measuring Range Module A measuring range module of the module matches two channels and one resistance channel to each type of sensor.
  • Page 331 Table 5-64 Parameters of the SM 431; AI 16 Parameter Measurement • Measuring type Disabled 4DMU Current 2DMU Current R-4L R-3L RTD-4L Thermal resistor RTD-3L Thermal resistor TC-L • Measuring range Refer to Section 5.22.2 for the measuring ranges of the input channels that you can set.
  • Page 332 Analog Modules Smoothing of the Measured Values You fill find information that is generally applicable to the smoothing of analog values in Section 5.6. The following figure indicates for the module the number of module cycles after which, in the case of a step response, the smoothed analog value is applied at almost 100%, depending on the smoothing setting.
  • Page 333 5.22.2 Measuring Methods and Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 16 16 Bit Measuring Methods You can set the following measuring methods for the input channels: • Voltage measurement • Current measurement • Resistance test • Temperature measurement You specify the setting by means of the measuring range modules on the module and the “Measuring Type”...
  • Page 334 Analog Modules Example If you have select “current (two-wire transmitter)” for channel 6, you can only disable the measuring method or set “current (two-wire transmitter)” for channel 7. Circuit for Resistance and Temperature Measurement The following conditions apply when measuring the resistance and temperature with the SM 431;...
  • Page 335 Unused Channels Unused channels can usually be left open. Put the measuring range modules in position “A”. You can improve the noise immunity of the module in a measuring environment with serious interference by short-circuiting the channels. Disable the “Measuring Type” parameter for unused channels. In this way you shorten the scan time of the module.
  • Page 336 Analog Modules Table 5-69 Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 16 x 16 Bit, continued Method Selected Measuring Range (Type of Sensor) 300 W R-3L: Resistor 600 W (three-conductor terminal) 6000 W (max. 5000 W) R-4L: Resistor 150 W (four-conductor terminal) 300 W 600 W...
  • Page 337 Wire Break Check The wire break check is intended primarily for temperature measurements (TC, RTD) or resistance measurements. Always parameterize the wire break check in these cases as this ensures that in the event of a wire break the measured value provided by the module accepts the data for overrun 7FFFH.
  • Page 338 Analog Modules 5.23 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 8 (6ES7 431-7KF10-0AB0) Characteristics The analog input module SM 431; AI 8 • 8 differential inputs for the resistance thermometer • Resistance thermometer can be parameterized • Linearization of the resistance thermometer characteristic curves •...
  • Page 339 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 SO+0 SE+0 SE–0 AGND SO+7 SE+7 SE–7 AGND Figure 5-38 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x RTD x 16 Bit Note An external protective network is required in the signal leads in accordance with IEC 61000-4-5 (150 V/14 mm MOV across each + and –...
  • Page 340 Analog Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 INTF EXTF Figure 5-39 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x RTD x 16 Bit 5-124 SE+0 SE–0 AGND SE+1 SE–1 AGND SE+2 SE–2 AGND SE+3 SE–3 AGND SE+4...
  • Page 341 Technical Specifications of the SM 431; AI 8 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 650 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs • For resistance-type sensor Length of cable • Shielded Max. 200 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Constant current for Max.
  • Page 342 Analog Modules 5.23.1 Commissioning the SM 431; AI 8 You set the mode of operation of the SM 431; AI 8 Parameters You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to analog modules in Section 5.7. An overview of the parameters that you can set and their default settings are shown in the table below.
  • Page 343 Table 5-71 Parameters of the SM 431; AI 8 Parameter • Interference 60 Hz; 50 Hz; none suppression • Smoothing None Average High If you use the module in ER-1/ER-2, you must set this parameter to “No” because the interrupt lines are not available in ER-1/ER-2.
  • Page 344 Analog Modules Displaying Parameter Assignment Errors The SM 431; AI 8 overview of the displays that are possible for modules with parameter assignment errors. Table 5-72 Diagnostic Information of the SM 431; AI 8 Incorrect Parameter Assignment Of the module Affecting certain channels 5-128...
  • Page 345 5.23.2 Measuring Methods and Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 8 16 Bit Measuring Methods As the measuring method for the input channels, you can set the temperature measurement. Unused Channels Disable the “Measuring Type” parameter for unused channels. In this way you shorten the scan time of the module.
  • Page 346 Analog Modules 5.24 Analog Input Module SM 431; AI 8 (6ES7431-7KF00-0AB0) Characteristics The analog input module SM 431; AI 8  16 Bit has the following features: • 8 isolated differential inputs for voltage/current/temperature measurement • Unlimited measuring range selection •...
  • Page 347 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 converter Internal M0– supply Figure 5-41 Block Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 x 16 Bit Note An external protective network is required in the signal leads in accordance with IEC 61000-4-5 (150 V/14 mm MOV across each + and – input to chassis ground) S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 16 Bit...
  • Page 348 Analog Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 431; AI 8 Optional connector (screw-type) INTF EXTF 6ES7492-1AL00-0AA0 Figure 5-42 Terminal Assignment Diagram SM 431; AI 8 x 16 Bit 5-132 16 Bit Connector with temperature reference M0– M0– M1– M1– M2–...
  • Page 349 Technical Specifications of the SM 431; AI 8 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 650 g Data for Specific Module Number of inputs Length of cable • Shielded 200 m Voltages, Currents, Potentials Isolation • Between channels and backplane bus •...
  • Page 350 Analog Modules Operational limit (in the entire temperature range, with reference to the input range) • " 0.3 % Voltage input • " 0.5 % Current input • Thermocouple Type B Type N Type E Type R Type S Type J Type L Type T Type K...
  • Page 351 5.24.1 Commissioning the SM 431; AI 8 You set the mode of operation of the SM 431; AI 8 Parameter You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to analog modules in Section 5.7. An overview of the parameters that you can set and their default settings are shown in the table below.
  • Page 352 Analog Modules Table 5-74 Parameters of the SM 431; AI 8 Parameter • Smoothing None Average High • Reference junction None (reference to the cold Internal junction) Reference temperature value dynamic If you use the module in ER-1/ER-2, you must set this parameter to “No” because the interrupt lines are not available in ER-1/ER-2.
  • Page 353 Step Response at an Interference Frequency Suppression of 10 Hz Signal variation in percent Smoo- thing: None: Low: Average: High: Figure 5-43 Step Response at 10 Hz Interference Frequency Suppression of the SM 431; AI 8 16 Bit Step Response at an Interference Frequency Suppression of 50 Hz Signal variation in percent Smoo-...
  • Page 354 Analog Modules Step Response at an Interference Frequency Suppression of 60 Hz Signal variation in percent Smoo- thing: None: Low: Average: High: 16.7 33.3 Figure 5-45 Step Response at 60 Hz Interference Frequency Suppression of the SM 431; AI 8 16 Bit Step Response at an Interference Frequency Suppression of 400 Hz Signal variation...
  • Page 355 Displaying Parameter Assignment Errors The SM 431; AI 8 overview of the displays that are possible for modules with parameter assignment errors. Table 5-76 Diagnostic Information of the SM 431; AI 8 Incorrect Parameter Assignment Of the module Affecting certain channels 5.24.2 Measuring Methods and Measuring Ranges of the SM 431;...
  • Page 356 Analog Modules Measuring Ranges You set the measuring ranges by means of the “Measuring Range” parameter in STEP 7. Table 5-77 Measuring Ranges of the SM 431; AI 8 x 16 Bit Method Selected U: Voltage 4DMU: Current (four-wire transmitter) TC-L: Thermocouple (linear) (temperature measurement) Default Settings...
  • Page 357 5.25 Analog Output Module SM 432; AO 8 (6ES7432-1HF00-0AB0) Characteristics The SM 432; AO 8 x 13 Bit has the following features: • 8 outputs • The individual output channels can be programmed as – Voltage outputs – Current outputs •...
  • Page 358 Analog Modules Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 432; AO 8 x 13 Bit M ANA Figure 5-48 Terminal Assignment Diagram of the SM 432; AO 8 x 13 Bit 5-142 Voltage output Current output Word 0 S0– Word 2 S1–...
  • Page 359 Technical Specifications of the SM 432; AO 8 x 13 Bit Programming package Associated programming As of STEP 7 V 2.0 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions W (in millimeters) Weight Approx. 650 g Data for Specific Module Number of outputs Length of cable •...
  • Page 360 Analog Modules " 0.05% Repeat accuracy (in the steady ° state at 25 C, referred to the output range) " 0.05% Output ripple; band width 0 to 50 kHz (with reference to the output range) Status, Interrupts, Diagnostics Interrupts None Diagnostic functions None Substitute value can be applied...
  • Page 361 5.25.1 Commissioning the SM 432; AO 8 Parameter You will find a description of the general procedure for assigning parameters to analog modules in Section 5.7. You will find an overview of the programmable parameters and their default values in Table 5-43, on page 5-42. Assigning Parameters to Channels You can configure each output channel of the SM 432;...
  • Page 362 Analog Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 5-146 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 363 Interface Modules Chapter Overview Section Common Features of the Interface Modules The Interface Modules IM 460-0; (6ES7460-0AA00-0AB0, 6ES7460-0AA01-0AB0) and IM 461-0; (6ES7461-0AA00-0AA0, 6ES7461-0AA01-0AA0) The Interface Modules IM 460-1; (6ES7460-1BA00-0AB0, 6ES7460-1BA01-0AB0) and IM 461-1; (6ES7461-1BA00-0AA0, 6ES7461-1BA01-0AA0) The Interface Modules IM 460-3; (6ES7460-3AA00-0AB0, 6ES7460-3AA01-0AB0) and IM 461-3;...
  • Page 364: Common Features Of The Interface Modules

    Interface Modules Common Features of the Interface Modules Function Interface modules (a send IM and a receive IM) are required if one or more expansion units (EU) are to be connected to a central controller (CC). This configuration is described in the Installation Manual, Chapter 4. Configuration Interface modules must always be used together.
  • Page 365 Connection possibilities for central racks and expansion racks IM 460-4 IM 460-3 IM 460-1 IM 460-0 Central rack CR Expansion rack ER 1 Expansion rack ER 1 Chain length max. 1.5 m Expansion rack ER 1 Expansion rack ER 1 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Expansion without 5 V local transfer...
  • Page 366 Interface Modules Rules for Connection When you connect a central rack to expansion racks, you must observe the following rules: • You can connect up to 21 ERs of the S7-400 to one CR. • The ERs are assigned numbers to identify them. The rack number must be set on the coding switch of the receive IM.
  • Page 367 The following figure shows you a typical configuration with send IMs, receive IMs and terminators. Send IM Figure 6-1 Example: Configuration with Send IMs, Receive IMs and Terminators Connecting Cable Precut cables are available in different fixed lengths for connecting the individual interface modules.
  • Page 368 Interface Modules Installation and Removal of the Modules During Operation Please read the following warning on the insertion and removal of the interface modules and associated connecting cables. Caution Data may be lost or corrupted. Removing or inserting the interface modules and/or their associated connecting cables under voltage can result in the loss or corruption of data.
  • Page 369 The Interface Modules IM 460-0; (6ES7460-0AA00-0AB0, 6ES7460-0AA01-0AB0) and IM 461-0; (6ES7461-0AA00-0AA0, 6ES7461-0AA01-0AA0) Position of the Operator Controls and Indicators of the IM 460-0 and IM 461-0 IM 460-0 LEDs EXTF Under cover Connector X1: Interface C1 Connector X2: Interface C2 Figure 6-2 Position of the Operator Controls and Indicators of the IM 460-0 and IM 461-0 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications...
  • Page 370 Interface Modules Function The interface module pair IM 460-0 (send IM) and IM 461-0 (receive IM) are used for a local link. The communication bus is transferred at the full transmission rate. Parameter Assignment for the Mounting Rack Number Using the DIP switch on the front panel of the module, you must set the number of the mounting rack in which the receive IM is installed.
  • Page 371 Operator Controls and Indicators of the Receive IM INTF LED (red) EXTF LED (red) DIP switch Socket for external backup voltage EXT.BATT. Front connector X1 Upper connector (input) for the connecting cable from the previous Front connector X2 Lower connector (output) for the connecting cable to the next Technical Specifications of the IM 460-0 and IM 461-0 Maximum line length (total) Dimensions W x H x D (mm)
  • Page 372 Interface Modules The Interface Modules IM 460-1; (6ES7460-1BA00-0AB0, 6ES7460-1BA01-0AB0) and IM 461-1; (6ES7461-1BA00-0AA0, 6ES7461-1BA01-0AA0) Position of the Operator Controls and Indicators of the IM 460-1 and IM 461-1 IM 460-1 EXTF Under cover Connector X1: Interface C1 Connector X2: Interface C2 Figure 6-3 Position of the Operator Controls and Indicators of the IM 460-1 and IM 461-1 6-10...
  • Page 373 Function The interface module pair IM 460-1 (send IM) and IM 461-1 (receive IM) are used for a local link (up to a maximum 1.5 m in total). A 5 V supply voltage is also transferred with these interface modules. Please particularly remember the following points: •...
  • Page 374 Interface Modules Operator Controls and Indicators on the Send IM EXTF LED Lights up in the event of an external fault Line 1 or line 2 is faulty (red) (terminator missing or open circuit) C1 LED Line 1 (via front connector X1, connection 1) is correct. (green) C1 LED A module has not yet completed the initialization process...
  • Page 375 Technical Specifications of the IM 460-1 and IM 461-1 Maximum line length (total) Dimensions W x H x D (mm) Weight • IM 460-1 • IM 461-1 Current consumption from the S7-400 bus 5 VDC • IM 460-1 • IM 461-1 Power loss •...
  • Page 376 Interface Modules The Interface Modules IM 460-3; (6ES7460-3AA00-0AB0, 6ES7460-3AA01-0AB0) and IM 461-3; (6ES7461-3AA00-0AA0, 6ES7461-3AA01-0AA0) Position of the Operator Controls and Indicators of the IM 460-3 and IM 461-3 IM 460-3 LEDs EXTF External backup voltage Under cover Connector X1: Interface C1 Connector X2: Interface C2 Figure 6-4...
  • Page 377 Function The interface module pair IM 460-3 (send IM) and IM 461-3 (receive IM) are used for a remote link of up to a maximum 102 m (exactly: 100 m plus inputs/outputs of 0.75 m in the line). The communication bus is transferred at the full transmission rate.
  • Page 378 Interface Modules Operator Controls and Indicators on the Send IM EXTF LED Lights up in the event of an external fault Line 1 or line 2 is faulty (red) (terminator missing or broken cable) C1 LED Line 1 (via front connector X1, connection 1) is correct. (green) C1 LED An EU in the line is not ready for operation because...
  • Page 379 Technical Specifications of the IM 460-3 and IM 461-3 Maximum line length (total) Dimensions W x H x D (mm) Weight • IM 460-3 • IM 461-3 Current consumption from the S7-400 bus 5 VDC • IM 460-3 • IM 461-3 Power loss •...
  • Page 380 Interface Modules The Interface Modules IM 460-4; (6ES7460-4AA01-0AB0) and IM 461-4; (6ES7461-4AA01-0AA0) Position of the Operator Controls and Indicators of the IM 460-4 and IM 461-4 IM 460-4 LEDs EXTF Under cover Connector X1: Interface C1 Connector X2: Interface C2 Figure 6-5 Position of the Operator Controls and Indicators of the IM 460-4 and IM 461-4 6-18...
  • Page 381 Function The interface module pair IM 460-4 (send IM) and IM 461-4 (receive IM) are used for a remote link of up to a maximum 605 m (exactly: 600 m plus inputs/outputs of 1.5 m in the line). Parameterization Using the DIP switch on the front panel of the module, you must set the number of the mounting rack in which the receive IM is installed.
  • Page 382 Interface Modules Operator Controls and Indicators on the Send IM EXTF LED Lights up in the event of an external fault Line 1 or line 2 is faulty (red) (terminator missing or broken cable) C1 LED Line 1 (via front connector X1, connection 1) is correct. (green) C1 LED An EU in the line is not ready for operation because...
  • Page 383 Technical Specifications of the IM 460-4 and IM 461-4 Maximum line length (total) Dimensions W x H x D (mm) Weight • IM 460-4 • IM 461-4 Current consumption from the S7-400 bus 5 VDC • IM 460-4 • IM 461-4 Power loss •...
  • Page 384 Interface Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 6-22 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 385 IM 463-2 Chapter Overview Section Using SIMATIC S5 Expansion Units in an S7-400 Rules for Connecting S5 Expansion Units Operator Controls and Indicators Installing and Connecting the IM 463-2 Setting the Operating Modes of the IM 314 Configuring S5 Modules for Operation in the S7-400 Pin Assignments of the 721 Connecting Cable Terminating Connector for IM 314 Technical Specifications...
  • Page 386: Using Simatic S5 Expansion Units In An S

    IM 463-2 Using SIMATIC S5 Expansion Units in an S7-400 Area of Application The IM 463-2 interface module is used for distributed connection of S5 expansion units to an S7-400. You can use the IM 463-2 in the CR of the S7-400. In the S5 expansion unit, you use an IM 314.
  • Page 387: Rules For Connecting S5 Expansion Units

    Rules for Connecting S5 Expansion Units Introduction When you connect S5 expansion units to an S7-400 via the IM 463-2, there are rules to observe with regard to cable length, maximum expansion, use of a terminating connector and permissible potential differences. Cable Length The maximum cable length per IM 463-2 from the CR of the S7-400 to the last S5 expansion unit is 600 m.
  • Page 388: Operator Controls And Indicators

    IM 463-2 Operator Controls and Indicators Introduction All controls and indicators on the IM 463-2 are arranged on the front plate. The following figure shows the arrangement of the controls and indicators. Figure 7-1 Layout of the Controls and Indicators of the IM 463-2 LEDs EXTF, C1, C 2 Interface selector switch Cable length selector switch...
  • Page 389 LEDs Table 7-2 LEDs of the IM 4632 LED EXTF (red) LED C1 (green) LED C2 (green) Front connector X1 and X2 Interface Selector Switch Table 7-3 LEDs of the IM 463-2 Switch Position C1 ON C2 ON C1, C2 ON C1, C2 OFF Cable Length Selector Selector Table 7-4...
  • Page 390: Installing And Connecting The Im

    IM 463-2 Installing and Connecting the IM 463-2 Introduction To install an IM 463-2 in a CR of the S7-400, proceed in the same way as when installing other S7-400 modules (see Installation Manual, Chapter 5). To connect an IM 463-2, follow the steps outlined below: 1.
  • Page 391 Plugging in the Connecting Cable To plug in the connecting cable, follow the steps outlined below: 1. Open the cover of the IM 463-2. 2. Plug the new connector of the connecting cable into one of the connectors of the IM 463-2. Interface C1 corresponds to the upper connector;...
  • Page 392: Setting The Operating Modes Of The Im

    IM 463-2 Setting the Operating Modes of the IM 314 Introduction To operate the IM 463-2, you must set on the IM 314 the S5 expansion unit used and the address area of the S5 I/O modules. Setting the S5 Expansion Unit You set the S5 expansion unit in which you want to use the IM 314 using jumpers BR1, BR2, and BR3 on the IM 314.
  • Page 393 Setting the Address Area The address area of the S5 I/O modules is set on the IM 314. This setting applies only for the digital and analog I/O modules. The address areas P, Q, IM3, and IM4 are available. Set the switch to the relevant position to address the digital and analog I/O modules in these areas.
  • Page 394: Configuring S5 Modules For Operation In The S

    IM 463-2 Configuring S5 Modules for Operation in the S7-400 You configure the S5 modules using STEP 7. See the description of STEP 7 or the online help function for details of how to proceed. The following figure shows a possible connection of CRs and EUs via the IM 463-2 and IM 314.
  • Page 395: Pin Assignments Of The 721 Connecting Cable

    Pin Assignments of the 721 Connecting Cable Table 7-6 Assignment of the Connecting Cable 721 Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Connector Bundle 50-Pin Contact...
  • Page 396 IM 463-2 Table 7-6 Assignment of the Connecting Cable 721, continued Connector Bundle 50-Pin Contact Ident. Sheath No. 19 No. 20 No. 21 7-12 Core Color Identification Foil white brown green yellow brown brown gray pink blue white brown green yellow black black...
  • Page 397: Terminating Connector For Im

    Terminating Connector for IM 314 Introduction The IM 314 of the last expansion unit of each chain is terminated with the 6ES5 760-1AA11 terminating connector. Table 7-7 Assignment of the Terminator 760-1AA11 Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í...
  • Page 398: Technical Specifications (6es7463–2aa00–0aa)

    IM 463-2 Technical Specifications (6ES7463–2AA00–0AA0) Programming package Associated programming As of STEP7 V 2.1 package Dimensions and Weight Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 25x290x280 Weight 360 g Module-Specific Data Number and type of 2 parallel, symmetrical interfaces interfaces Cable length: from IM 463-2 to the last IM 314 (per interface) max.
  • Page 399 PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO Chapter Overview Section PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO Configuration Connection to PROFIBUS DP Technical Specifications S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Description Page 8-12...
  • Page 400 PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO Order Numbers IM 467 6ES7467-5GJ02-0AB0 (RS 485) IM 467 FO 6ES7467-5FJ00-0AB0 (F0) Application PROFIBUS DP, standardized to IEC 61784–1:2002 Ed1 CP 3/1, enables rapid communication in the field between programmable controllers, PCs and field devices.
  • Page 401 LEDs Mode selector PROFIBUS DP interface 9-pin subminiature D Figure 8-1 Configuration of the IM 467/467 FO Communication Services The IM 467/IM 467 FO offers two communication services: • PROFIBUS DP The IM 467/IM 467 FO is a PROFIBUS DP master in accordance with EN 50 170.
  • Page 402: Indicators And The Mode Selector

    PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO 8.1.1 Indicators and the Mode Selector The LED plate on the front panel of the IM 467/ IM 467 FO has the following four indicators: Figure 8-2 LEDs of the IM 467/467 FO IM Operating Mode The LEDs indicate the operating mode of the IM in accordance with the following table:...
  • Page 403 Controlling the Operating Mode There are two ways to control the operating mode of the IM 467/IM 467 FO: • By using the mode selector • By using the programming device/PC Mode Selector You can switch operating modes as follows using the mode selector: •...
  • Page 404 PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO Configuration The IM 467/IM 467 FO is configured with STEP 7. The configuration data are retained even in the event of a power failure; a memory module is not required. Using the S7 functions it is possible to program and configure remotely all the IM 467/IM 467 FO connected to the network and all the CPUs connected via the SIMATIC S7-400 backplane bus.
  • Page 405: Operation

    Prerequisites The IM 467/IM 467 FO is supported by all the CPU operating systems beginning with the release numbers listed below. You will also find the following information in the table: • The number of IM 467/IM 467 FO that can be operated on a CPU •...
  • Page 406: Connection To Profibus Dp

    PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO Connection to PROFIBUS DP There are two ways of connecting to PROFIBUS DP: • Electrical connection via a bus connector • Optical connection using a fiber-optic cable 8.3.1 Bus Connector Only with 6ES7467-5GJ02-0AB0. The bus cable is connected to the IM 467 by means of this connector.
  • Page 407 Connector Pin Assignment The electrical interface used to connect to PROFIBUS DP (9-pin subminiature D female connector) is specified in the following table. INTF EXTF STOP STOP Figure 8-4 Connector Pin Assignment 8.3.2 Optical Connection to PROFIBUS DP Only in the case of 6ES7467-5FJ00-0AB0. The IM 467 F0 with an integrated fiber-optic cable interface is available for connecting to the optical version of PROFIBUS DP.
  • Page 408: Connecting A Fiber-optic Cable To The Im 467 Fo

    PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO 8.3.3 Connecting a Fiber-Optic Cable to the IM 467 FO Accessories Required • Pack of Simplex connectors and polishing sets (6GK1901-0FB00-0AA0) • Pack of plug-in adapters (6ES7195-1BE00-0XA0) Installing Connectors 1. Remove approximately 30 cm of the sheath of the fiber-optic duplex cable. 2.
  • Page 409 Reusing Fiber-Optic Cables Note If you insert used fiber-optic cables in the plug-in adapter again, you must cut off the bent lengths of both fiber-optic cable cores and install the Simplex connectors again. This avoids any attenuation losses due to parts of the cores of the fiber-optic duplex cables being bent again and overstressed.
  • Page 410: Technical Specifications

    PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO Technical Specifications 8.4.1 Technical Specifications of the IM 467 6ES7467-5GJ02-0AB0. Dimensions and Weight Dimensions 25 x 290 x 210 W x H x D (mm) Weight 700 g PROFIBUS DP • Standard PROFIBUS DP, EN 50 170 •...
  • Page 411: Technical Specifications Of The Im 467 Fo

    8.4.2 Technical Specifications of the IM 467 FO 6ES7 467-5FJ00-0AB0 Dimensions and Weight Dimensions 25 x 290 x 210 W x H x D (mm) Weight 700 g PROFIBUS DP • Standard PROFIBUS DP, EN 50 170 • Transmission rate 9.6 kbps to 12 Mbps, parameterizable in steps (3 Mbps and 6 Mbps not...
  • Page 412 PROFIBUS DP Master Interface IM 467/IM 467 FO S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 8-14 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 413: Cable Duct And Fan Subassemblies

    Cable Duct and Fan Subassemblies Chapter Overview Section Fan Monitoring in the Fan Subassemblies Cable Duct; (6ES7408-0TA00-0AA0) The 120/230 VAC Fan Subassembly; (6ES7408-1TB00-0XA0) The 24 VDC Fan Subassembly; (6ES7408-1TA00-0XA0) Characteristics The cable duct and the fan subassembly have the following characteristics •...
  • Page 414: Fan Monitoring In The Fan Subassemblies

    Cable Duct and Fan Subassemblies Fan Monitoring in the Fan Subassemblies In this section, you will find out how to monitor the fans. There is a signaling concept example at the end of the section. LEDs The three red LEDs are assigned to the individual fans. From left to right, these are: F1 –...
  • Page 415 Signaling Concept Example You can check the fault-free functioning of the fan subassembly using digital inputs. You can cause the power supply to be cut off after the failure of at least two fans by using the relay K2. For example, you can use an intermediate contactor to interrupt the mains.
  • Page 416: Cable Duct; (6es7408-0ta00-0aa)

    Cable Duct and Fan Subassemblies Cable Duct; (6ES7408-0TA00-0AA0) Function The cable duct is used in installations outside the cabinet for • Cable clamping and/or for • Shielding or for • Air circulation without fan assistance Front View of the Cable Duct Eye for clamping cable Figure 9-2...
  • Page 417 The 120/230 VAC Fan Subassembly; (6ES7408-1TB00-0XA0) Operator Controls and Indicators on the 120/230 VAC Fan Subassembly Quick-release lock Voltage selector switch Fuse compartment Figure 9-3 Controls and Indicators of the Fan Subassembly 120/230 VAC (6ES7408-1TB00-0XA0) Fuse Included in this fan subassembly are standard cartridge fuse links, 5 x 20 mm, conforming to DIN •...
  • Page 418 Cable Duct and Fan Subassemblies Shielding Clamps If you do not require the shielding clamps supplied, do not install them in the fan subassembly. Technical Specifications Dimensions, Weights Dimensions WxHxD (mm) 482.5×109.5×235 Weight appr. 2000 g Cable diameter 3 bis 9 mm Nominal Sizes Lifespan of the fans •...
  • Page 419: The 24 Vdc Fan Subassembly; (6es7408-1ta00-0xa)

    The 24 VDC Fan Subassembly; (6ES7408-1TA00-0XA0) Operator Controls and Indicators on the 24 VDC Fan Subassembly 1 AT Quick-release lock 1 AT Fuse compartment Figure 9-4 Controls and Indicators of the Fan Subassembly 24 VDC (6ES7408-1TA00-0XA0) Characteristics The 24 VDC fan subassembly has the same construction and functional characteristics as the 120/230 VAC fan subassembly.
  • Page 420 Cable Duct and Fan Subassemblies Signaling Concept The signaling concept of the 24 VDC fan subassembly is identical to the signaling concept of the 120/230 VAC fan subassembly. Fuse Included in this fan subassembly are standard cartridge fuse links, 5 x 20 mm, conforming to DIN •...
  • Page 421: Rs 485 Repeater

    RS 485 Repeater In this Chapter In this chapter, you will find a detailed description of the RS 485 repeater. Included in the description are: • The purpose of the RS 485 repeater • The maximum cable lengths possible between two RS 485 repeaters •...
  • Page 422 RS 485 Repeater 10.1 Application and Characteristics (6ES7972-0AA01-0XA0) What is an RS 485 Repeater? The RS 485 repeater amplifies data signals on bus lines and interconnects bus segments. Application of the RS 485 Repeater You need an RS 485 repeater if: •...
  • Page 423 24 VDC L+ M PE M 5.2 Á Â Â A1 B1 A1 B1 A1 B1 A1 B1 Ã Ä È Å SIEMENS SIEMENS RS 485-REPEATER A2 B2 A2 Æ Á Á Ç S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Function À...
  • Page 424 RS 485 Repeater 10.3 RS 485 Repeater in Ungrounded and Grounded Operation Grounded or Ungrounded The RS 485 repeater is ... • grounded, if all other nodes in the segment are also operated with a grounded potential • ungrounded, if all other nodes in the segment are operated with an ungrounded potential Note The bus segment 1 is grounded if you connect a programming device to the...
  • Page 425: Terminal Connection Diagram

    L+ M PE M 5.2 A1 B1 A1 B1 Ground bus 24 VDC L+ M PE M 5.2 Terminals for bus segment 1 A1 B1 A1 B1 SIEMENS RS 485-REPEATER Terminals for bus segment 2 A2 B2 A2 22 nF 10 MΩ 10-5...
  • Page 426 RS 485 Repeater Amplification of the Bus Signals The amplification of the bus signals takes place between the port for bus segment 1 or the PG/OP interface and the port for bus segment 2. 10.4 Technical Specifications Technical Specifications of the RS 485 Repeater Technical Specification Power supply pp y...
  • Page 427 Block Diagram of the RS 485 Repeater • Bus segment 1 and bus segment 2 are galvanically isolated from each other. • Bus segment 2 and the PG/OP socket are galvanically isolated from each other. • Signals are amplified – between bus segment 1 and bus segment 2 –...
  • Page 428 RS 485 Repeater S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 10-8 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 429: Cpus For M

    CPUs for M7-400 In this Chapter This chapter describes the CPUs of the M7-400 automation computer: • CPU 486-3, • CPU 488-3, The CPUs differ essentially in their clock frequencies. You will find a comparison of their performance features in Table 11-1. The tables in Sections 11.1 and 11.2 give an overview of the performance features and technical specifications of the CPUs.
  • Page 430: Performance Features

    CPUs for M7-400 11.1 Performance Features Introduction There are two CPUs with different clock frequencies available for use with the automation computer. Table 11-1 gives you an overview of the most important performance features of these CPUs. Table 11-1 Performance Features of the CPUs Performance Features Processor MEM 478 DRAM memory submodules*...
  • Page 431 11.2 Technical Specifications The following table contains the technical specifications of the CPUs for the M7-400 automation computer. Table 11-2 Technical Specifications of the CPUs Nominal voltage Typical current consumption Maximum permissible power consumption Maximum permissible power losses Maximum permissible power losses with interface submodules Forced ventilation required Weight...
  • Page 432: Function Elements

    CPUs for M7-400 11.3 Function Elements Introduction In this section you will become familiar with the individual function elements of the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3. You require the information here to be able to respond to displays, start up, and operate an M7-400 automation computer and handle further components (for example, memory cards, expansions).
  • Page 433 CPU Elements The following table gives the meanings of the individual elements of the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3. Table 11-3 Elements of the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 Element Status and fault LEDs Submodule receptacle for memory card Mode Selector Submodule receptacles for interface submodules...
  • Page 434: Status And Fault Leds

    CPUs for M7-400 11.3.1 Status and Fault LEDs Status and Fault LEDs The CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 have the following status and fault LEDs: INTF EXTF USR1 USR2 STOP Figure 11-2 Status and Fault LEDs on the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 11-6 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 435 Meaning of the Status and Fault LEDs The status and fault LEDs are explained in Table 11-4 in the order in which they are arranged on the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 modules. The following status and fault LEDs are available: Table 11-4 Meaning of the Status and Fault LEDs on the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 Meaning INTF (red)
  • Page 436: Memory Cards

    CPUs for M7-400 11.3.2 Memory Cards Introduction The CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 offer the possibility of operating a memory card in the same way as a diskette. In this section, you will learn how you can use these options. Note If the power fails during a write access to the memory card, the entire contents of the memory card can be damaged under unfavorable conditions.
  • Page 437: Mode Selector Switch

    11.3.3 Mode Selector Switch Mode Selector Switch The mode selector switch of the CPUs is a keyswitch. You can see the positions of the mode selector switch in the following figure. RUN-P STOP MRES Figure 11-3 Mode Selector Switch Positions of the Mode Selector Switch The positions of the mode selector switch are explained in Table 11-5 in the order in which they are arranged on the CPUs.
  • Page 438 CPUs for M7-400 Table 11-5 Positions of the Mode Selector Switch Position of the Mode Selector Switch STOP I/O access is disabled for the user program of the CPU. The user program cannot control the process. The key can be removed in this position to prevent any unauthorized persons from changing the operating mode.
  • Page 439: Submodule Receptacles For Interface Submodules

    11.3.4 Submodule Receptacles for Interface Submodules Submodule Receptacle Definition The submodule receptacle is a slot for a submodule. The CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 have a receptacle for the memory card and two submodule receptacles for interface submodules. Figure 11-4 shows the position of the two receptacles for interface submodules on the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3.
  • Page 440 CPUs for M7-400 Numbering on the Submodule Receptacles Each receptacle for an interface submodule has a submodule receptacle number assigned to it. The submodule receptacle number depends on the module slot and on the arrangement of the receptacle on the expansion module or the CPU. You can see the submodule receptacle numbers in Figure 11-5.
  • Page 441: Memory Submodules Suitable For The Main Memory

    11.3.5 Memory Submodules Suitable for the Main Memory Introduction You must order the MEM 478 DRAM memory submodules for the main memory of the CPUs separately. They are also shipped separately. These memory submodules must be inserted before plugging into the mounting rack. Main Memory Expansion You can see from Table 11-6 which memory submodules you can use in which CPU.
  • Page 442 CPUs for M7-400 11.3.6 Expansion Socket Introduction The CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 are each equipped with an expansion socket. The ISA bus is continued via the expansion socket. Which Expansions Can Be Connected? One EXM 478 extension module with up to three interface submodules, one MSM 478 mass storage module with diskette and hard disk drives, or one ATM 478 AT adapter module for short AT cards can be connected direct to the CPUs.
  • Page 443: Multipoint Interface (mpi)

    11.3.7 Multipoint Interface (MPI) X1 Interface The X1 interface of the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 for connecting devices such as PCs/programming devices is a multipoint interface (MPI) and is connected via a 9-pin sub D connector. Suitable Devices You can connect the following at the MPI: •...
  • Page 444: The Bios Setup

    CPUs for M7-400 11.4 The BIOS Setup Overview The BIOS setup handles the configuration of the relevant CPUs in your M7-400 system. The settings and technical information concerning the configuration of this programmable module are displayed in the BIOS setup. The CPUs already have a default setup.
  • Page 445: Bios Power Up

    11.4.1 BIOS Power Up Power Up without Error Message After switching on or after warm restart of the CPU, the BIOS (Basic Input Output System) starts a ”Power On Self Test” (POST) and displays the results in the POST window. Figure 11-6 POST Window for a CPU 488-3 If no error occurs, all LEDs on the CPU are switched off with the exception of the...
  • Page 446 CPUs for M7-400 Power Up with Error Message If one of the following errors occurs: • Memory test error • Hard disk configuration error • CMOS checksum error, the INTF LED remains lit as well as the STOP LED. A window appears on the screen with the relevant error message.
  • Page 447: Bios Hot Keys

    11.4.2 BIOS Hot Keys BIOS Hot Keys After power up, the BIOS offers the user a range of functions under MS-DOS. These functions are executed by pressing the following groups of keys simultaneously: Table 11-7 BIOS Hot Keys with German and English Key Assignments English Key Assignments ↓...
  • Page 448: Operator Inputs In The Bios Setup

    CPUs for M7-400 11.4.3 Operator Inputs in the BIOS Setup Definition of the Setup Fields Within the BIOS setup, there are fields in which you can make entries or selections. These fields have the following functions: • Editbox; You can enter desired values in this field deleted first with •...
  • Page 449 Key Control within the Setup Menu The following keys are used for control within the Setup menu and the associated setup page (conforming to the Windows With this key, you jump to the first line of a list box, edit box, check box, or option button. If the cursor is at a button (OK, CANCEL, ...) or at a selected line (inverse video) within a list box, you can activate the function with...
  • Page 450 CPUs for M7-400 ↓ ↑ With the cursor control keys, you can jump from line to line within a list box. The line you are in is marked with a dark bar. You can page with the cursor control keys within an edit box if there are several values available for selection within the box.
  • Page 451: Opening And Exiting The Bios Setup

    11.4.4 Opening and Exiting the BIOS Setup Opening the Setup Menu To open the Setup menu, press the following keys simultaneously while the CPU is powering up and the POST window (Figure 11-6) is on the screen: The Setup menu then appears to allow you to select the setup pages. Figure 11-9 shows the front and rear view of the CPU 486-3 and CPU 488-3 without covering flap.
  • Page 452: Setup Page "user Help

    CPUs for M7-400 Exiting the BIOS Setup To exit the BIOS setup, activate the EXIT button shown in Figure 11-9 or press . The “Setup Exit” dialog box then appears (see Figure 11-10). Figure 11-10 “Setup Exit” Dialog Box Here you have the following choices: •...
  • Page 453: Setup Page "if Modules

    What is the Purpose of the Setup Page? This setup page contains notes that help you to use the Setup menu. OK Button Activating this button returns to the Setup menu. 11.4.6 Setup Page “IF modules” Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “IF Modules”...
  • Page 454 CPUs for M7-400 Accepting Edited Values Only the values for which the relevant interface submodule has been designed are accepted by the system in the edit boxes. If, for example, you enter three values under “Interrupt Source” and the interface submodule only has one interrupt, only the first value will be significant.
  • Page 455 Interrupt Source Here, you set interrupts A to C (see the “Interface Submodules” chapter) provided for the interface submodule. The values positioned on the left are setpoints. You can edit these. The value indicated in gray type to the right of these is the actual value (determined at the last CPU power up).
  • Page 456 CPUs for M7-400 Value (Gray Type) Under the address set with “Config. Index”, you can now enter the configuration value. You will find this value and its significance in the chapter “Interface Submodules” under the relevant interface submodule. The configuration value positioned on the left is the setpoint. You can edit this value.
  • Page 457: Setup Page "timeout Function

    11.4.7 Setup Page “Timeout Function” Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “Timeout Function” in the Setup menu (Figure 11-9 on page 11-23) and activated the OPEN button, this setup page appears on the screen (Figure 11-13). Figure 11-13 Setup Page “Timeout Function” What is the Purpose of the Setup Page? On this setup page, you determine whether the hard disk is to go into standby mode during access pauses or the screen is to be protected by a screen saver...
  • Page 458: Setup Page "security

    CPUs for M7-400 CANCEL Button Activating this button returns to the Setup menu. Deletes all changes you have made on the setup page. 11.4.8 Setup Page “Security” Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “Security” in the Setup menu (Figure 11-9 on page 11-23) and activated the OPEN button, this setup page appears on the screen (Figure 11-14).
  • Page 459 Johnny_* you would then have to enter Johnnz? Write down your password and keep it in a safe place where you can find it again. If you lose or forget your password, contact your local Siemens dealer. OK Button Activating this button returns to the Setup menu. Changes on the setup page are retained.
  • Page 460: Setup Page "date And Time

    CPUs for M7-400 11.4.9 Setup Page “Date and Time” Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “Date and Time” and activated the OPEN button in the Setup menu (Figure 11-9 on page 11-23), this BIOS setup page appears on the screen (Figure 11-15).
  • Page 461 11.4.10 “Hard Disk” Setup Page Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “Hard Disk” and activated the OPEN button in the Setup menu (Figure 11-9 on page 11-23), this BIOS setup page appears on the screen (Figure 11-16). Figure 11-16 “Hard Disk” Setup Page with only the Master Hard Disk Present What is the Purpose of the Setup Page? The setup page is used for transferring the parameters of the hard disk in your mass storage module to the BIOS.
  • Page 462 CPUs for M7-400 Translation Mode In Translation Mode you have four possible settings: • Auto reads the hard disk parameters and automatically sets the correct mode (Normal, LBA, Large). The Translation Mode “Auto” is set as the default. • Normal used for hard disks with a memory capacity of •...
  • Page 463: Setup Page "floppy/card

    11.4.11 Setup Page “Floppy/Card” Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “Floppy/Card” and activated the OPEN button in the Setup menu (Figure 11-9 on page 11-23), this setup page appears on the screen (Figure 11-17). Figure 11-17 “Floppy/Card” Setup Page What is the Purpose of the Setup Page? You can enter the diskette (floppy disk) drive in your mass storage module and the memory card drive in your CPU on this page.
  • Page 464: Setup Page "boot Options

    CPUs for M7-400 11.4.12 Setup Page “Boot Options” Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “Boot Options” and activated the OPEN button in the Setup menu (Figure 11-9 on page 11-23), this setup page appears on the screen (Figure 11-18). Figure 11-18 “Boot Options”...
  • Page 465 Halt On ... Here you can choose which error messages are displayed in an error window during booting. Displaying an error window delays booting by approximately 2 seconds. Keyboard State Typematic Settings Enabled If you activate this check box, the values “Typematic Rate” and “Typematic Delay” are set by the BIOS.
  • Page 466: Setup Page "system

    CPUs for M7-400 11.4.13 Setup Page “System” Opening the Setup Page If you have selected “System” and activated the OPEN button in the Setup menu (Figure 11-9 on page 11-23), this setup page appears on the screen (Figure 11-19). Figure 11-19 “System” Setup Page What is the Purpose of the Setup Page? On this page, you make the settings for the cache memory, the system ROM, and the video ROM.
  • Page 467 System Cache For the memory areas of the System ROM, the VIDEO ROM, and the addresses of BIOS expansions, you can set whether they are copied to the Shadow RAM and whether the cache should be used. • System ROM offers you the following possible selections: By Activating the Option Button...
  • Page 468 CPUs for M7-400 11.5 I/O Addresses, Main Memory and Interrupt Assignments Introduction This section gives you detailed information, in the form of a table, on the I/O address space assignment, main memory and interrupt assignments of the CPUs. Memory Assignment The main memory is assigned as follows in the M7-400: Table 11-8 Main Memory Assignment Address...
  • Page 469 Memory Areas for AT Cards AT cards which are inserted in the expansion module ATM 478 can occupy the following memory areas: Range M7 RMOS32 D 0000H to E 7FFFH C 8000H to C BFFFH C C000H bis C EFFFH C F000H to C FFFFH The area is only available if no memory card is present.
  • Page 470 CPUs for M7-400 Interrupt Assignment Table 11-9 Interrupt Assignment Interrupt Group interrupt for faults and reset signals IRQ0 System timer IRQ1 Reserved for keyboard IRQ2 Cascading of the 2nd interrupt controller IRQ3 Assigned to COM2, otherwise free IRQ4 Assigned to COM1, otherwise free IRQ5 Assigned to LPT2, otherwise free IRQ6...
  • Page 471 M7-400 Expansions Chapter Overview Section 12.1 Overview 12.2 EXM 478 Expansion Module; (6ES7 478-2AC00-0AC0) 12.3 ATM 478 AT Adapter Module; (6ES7 478-2CA00-0AC0) 12.4 MSM 478 Mass Storage Module; (6ES7 478-2BA00-0AC0) S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Description Page 12-2 12-6 12-15 12-22...
  • Page 472 M7-400 Expansions 12.1 Overview Introduction You can expand your automation computer from the M7-400 range by adding expansion modules for interface submodules, short AT modules, and/or the mass storage module. The interface submodules can include the IF 962-COM, IF 962-LPT, ..The following expansion modules are available: •...
  • Page 473 Behavior on the S7-400 Backplane Bus The expansion modules can be accessed via the relevant programmable module and not via the S7-400 backplane bus. e.g. FM 456-4 Figure 12-1 Positions of Expansion Socket and Expansion Connector Maximum Expansion Figure 12-2 shows the maximum possible expansion using expansion modules for a CPU 486-3, CPU 488-3, or FM 456.
  • Page 474 M7-400 Expansions e.g. EXM 478 e.g. MSM 478 e.g. ATM 478 e.g. FM 456-4 Figure 12-2 Maximum Expansion with Expansion Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 12-4 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 475 Permissible Combinations You can see from the table below which expansions can be connected to the programmable M7-400 modules. Table 12-1 Expansion Possibilities of the CPU 486-3, CPU 488-3, or FM 456 Programmable M7-400 Module Slot n in the Case of Single-Width Modules Slot n and n+1 in the Case of Double-Width Modules CPU 486 3 CPU 488 3 FM 456 4...
  • Page 476: Exm 478 Expansion Module; (6es7 478-2ac00-0ac)

    M7-400 Expansions 12.2 EXM 478 Expansion Module; (6ES7 478-2AC00-0AC0) Characteristics The EXM 478 expansion module is used to house up to three interface submodules. By installing the relevant interface submodule in this expansion module, such as the IF 962-VGA and IF 962-LPT, you can connect, for example, a VGA monitor, a keyboard, and a printer to your automation computer.
  • Page 477: Addressing The Exm 478 Expansion Module

    12.2.1 Addressing the EXM 478 Expansion Module Introduction In order to be able to program the interface submodules in the EXM 478 expansion module, you must be able to determine their addresses. There are the following addressing methods: • Addressing in the AT-compatible I/O address area •...
  • Page 478 M7-400 Expansions Numbering of the Submodule Receptacles Each receptacle (slot) for an interface submodule has a submodule receptacle number assigned to it. The submodule receptacle number depends on the configuration of your CPU or FM. The submodule slot numbers are shown in Figures 12-4 and 12-5.
  • Page 479 CPU 486-3/ CPU 488-3 Slot Figure 12-5 Submodule Receptacle Numbers for the CPU 486-3, CPU 488-3, and EXM 478 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 EXM 478 12-9...
  • Page 480 M7-400 Expansions Division of Addresses in the M7-400-Specific I/O Address Area The EXM 478 expansion module is operated on the ISA bus of the programmable module. The I/O address area from C000 CPU 488-3, or the FM 456 application module is reserved for this purpose. Each expansion module occupies 256 bytes (100 address area is shown in Figure 12-6 using the FM 456-4 as an example.
  • Page 481 Addresses Within an Expansion Module Each expansion module occupies 256 bytes (100 area. The division of the 256 addresses within an expansion module can be seen from Table 12-2. Table 12-2 Division of Addresses Within an Expansion Module Address to 3F Reserved to 7F Interface submodule x...
  • Page 482 M7-400 Expansions Table 12-3 Base Addresses of the Interface Submodules with FM 456-4 Base Address Cn40 Cn80 Co40 Co80 CoC0 Cp40 Cp80 CpC0 Cq40 Cq80 CqC0 n .. q = Number of the module slot in the mounting rack in hexadecimal notation. Table 12-4 Base Addresses of the Expansion Modules with CPU 486-3, CPU 488-3 Base Address...
  • Page 483: Interrupt Assignments, Signal Switching Exm

    12.2.2 Interrupt Assignments, Signal Switching EXM 478 Introduction Up to three interrupts per interface submodule are permitted in an EXM 478 expansion module. The various possible methods of interrupt assignment or interrupt operation are described below. Interrupt Assignment When configuring the interface submodules in the BIOS setup, you can assign ISA interrupts to the three interrupts of an interface submodule (IRQa, IRQb, IRQc).
  • Page 484: Technical Specifications Of The Exm 478 Expansion Module

    M7-400 Expansions 12.2.3 Technical Specifications of the EXM 478 Expansion Module Technical Specifications of the EXM 478 The table below contains the technical specifications of the EXM 478 expansion module: Number of connectable interface modules Connection of expansion modules Supply voltage Current consumption (without interface submodules)
  • Page 485: Atm 478 At Adapter Module; (6es7 478-2ca00-0ac)

    12.3 ATM 478 AT Adapter Module; (6ES7 478-2CA00-0AC0) Characteristics The ATM 478 AT adapter module is used to accommodate a short AT module (card). The ATM 478 AT adapter module has a 120-pin connector on the left-hand side and a 120-pin socket on the right-hand side for connecting a further expansion module or a mass storage module.
  • Page 486: Pin Assignments Of The At Module

    M7-400 Expansions 12.3.1 Pin Assignments of the AT Module Pin Assignments The ATM 478 AT adapter module has a 98-pin standard direct connector for short AT modules (see Figure 12-8). Figure 12-8 ATM 478 AT Adapter Module, 98-Pin Standard Direct Connector See the following table for the pin assignments of the 98-pin standard direct connector.
  • Page 487 Table 12-5 Pin Assignments of the 98-Pin Standard Direct Connector (ATConnector) S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Signal Name XT Signals RESET DRV IRQ9 DRQ2 N12V P12V SMEMW_N SMEMR_N I/OW_N I/OR_N DACK3_N DRQ3 DACK1_N DRQ1 REFRESH SYSCLK IRQ7 IRQ6 IRQ5 IRQ4 IRQ3...
  • Page 488 M7-400 Expansions Table 12-5 Pin Assignments of the 98-Pin Standard Direct Connector (ATConnector), continued 12-18 Signal Name AT Expansion MEMCS_16_N I/OCS16_N IRQ10 IRQ11 IRQ12 IRQ15 IRQ14 DACK0_N DRQ0 DACK5_N DRQ5 DACK6_N DRQ6 DACK7_N DRQ7 MASTER_N S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications Signal Name SBHE_N LA23...
  • Page 489: Technical Specifications Of The Atm 478 At Adapter Module

    12.3.2 Technical Specifications of the ATM 478 AT Adapter Module Technical Specifications of the ATM 478 The table below contains the technical specifications of the ATM 478 AT adapter module: ATM 478 6ES7 478-2CA00-0AC0 Performance Features Number of connectable AT modules (short) Connection of expansion modules Technical Specifications...
  • Page 490 M7-400 Expansions Example of Power Loss Calculation The following table contains a calculation example for the total power losses for an AT adapter module with an AT module. Table 12-6 Calculation Example for Total Power Losses of an ATM 478 with AT Module Remark Power losses of the AT module Power losses of the AT module...
  • Page 491 Permissible Dimensions of AT Modules The following illustration shows you the maximum and minimum dimensions in millimeters that AT modules must meet for the ATM 478 AT adapter module. If these dimensions are not conformed to, proper installation in the ATM 478 AT adapter module is no longer possible.
  • Page 492 M7-400 Expansions 12.4 MSM 478 Mass Storage Module; (6ES7 478-2BA00-0AC0) Characteristics The MSM 478 mass storage module is used for storing programs and larger quantities of data. It also has an AT-compatible parallel port (LPT). The MSM 478 mass storage module has the following function units: •...
  • Page 493: Lpt1 Parallel Port

    12.4.1 LPT1 Parallel Port Characteristics The MSM 478 mass storage module has an AT-compatible parallel port (LPT) for connecting a printer with Centronics interface. The parallel port can also be used as a bi-directional data interface. There is a 25-pin sub D socket connector on the frontside of the submodule for plugging in the connecting cable.
  • Page 494 M7-400 Expansions Table 12-7 MSM 478 Parallel Port, Socket X1 (25-Pin Sub D Socket) /STROBE Data 0 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data 6 Data 7 /ACK BUSY SLCT /AUTO FEED /ERROR /RESET /SLCT IN Note Operational ground (GND signal) at the COMa or COMb ports is referenced to internal ground.
  • Page 495: Technical Specifications Of The Msm 478 Mass Storage Module

    12.4.2 Technical Specifications of the MSM 478 Mass Storage Module Technical Specifications of the MSM 478 The table below contains the technical specifications of the MSM mass storage module: 478 With Mass Storage Module MSM 478 6ES7 478-2AB00-0AC0 Performance Features Diskette 3.5”, 1.44 Mbytes ≥...
  • Page 496 M7-400 Expansions S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 12-26 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 497: Interface Submodules

    Interface Submodules Chapter Overview Section 13.1 Interface Submodules Overview 13.2 Submodule IDs and Insertion Rules 13.3 IF 962-VGA Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7962-1BA00-0AC0) 13.4 IF 962-COM Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7962-3AA00-0AC0) 13.5 IF 962-LPT Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7962-4AA00-0AC0) 13.6 IF 961-DIO Interface Submodule for M7-300/400;...
  • Page 498: Interface Submodules Overview

    Interface Submodules 13.1 Interface Submodules Overview Introduction The interface submodules are designed for use in the M7-300 and M7-400 automation computers. They can be operated in the M7-400 programmable modules and in the EXM 378/EXM 478 expansion modules. The interface submodules are controlled via the ISA bus.
  • Page 499 Interrupt Assignments When configuring the interface submodules in the BIOS setup, you can assign ISA interrupts to the three interrupts of an interface submodule (IRQa, IRQb, IRQc). For this purpose, enter the ISA interrupt provided in the relevant screen form. See the table below for the format for entering the interrupt.
  • Page 500: Submodule Ids And Insertion Rules

    Interface Submodules 13.2 Submodule IDs and Insertion Rules Submodule IDs The following table contains an overview of the submodule IDs for the interface submodules. Table 13-2 Overview of the Submodule IDs for the Interface Submodules Interface Submodule IF 961-AIO IF 961-CT1 IF 961-DIO IF 962-COM IF 962-LPT...
  • Page 501 13.3 IF 962-VGA Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7962-1BA00-0AC0) Characteristics The IF 962-VGA interface submodule is used to connect a keyboard and a VGA screen. The interfaces to the keyboard and the screen are AT-compatible. As an alternative to a “normal” AT keyboard, a keyboard with an integrated trackball can be connected (for example, the PG 740 keyboard).
  • Page 502: Pin Assignments

    Interface Submodules 13.3.1 Pin Assignments Socket X1 VGA Screen Connection Table 13-4 Socket X1, VGA Screen Connection IF 962-VGA (15-Pin High-Density Sub D Socket Connector) Analog red Analog green Analog blue Signal GND Analog GND red Analog GND green Analog GND blue Signal GND Horizontal sync Vertical sync...
  • Page 503: Addressing, Interrupts, And Submodule Id

    13.3.2 Addressing, Interrupts, and Submodule ID Addressing Addressing corresponds to the AT standard. The following addresses are occupied by the IF 962-VGA interface submodule: Memory addresses: I/O addresses: Interrupt Request The interface submodule supplies the following interrupts: • IRQ a: Keyboard interrupt •...
  • Page 504 Interface Submodules 13.3.3 Technical Specifications Technical Specifications The IF 962-LPT interface submodule receives its supply voltage from the M7-400 programmable modules or from the M7-300/400 expansion modules. The current consumption given in the technical specifications is the consumption required for dimensioning the power supply, that is, the current consumption is referenced to 24 V in the M7-300 and to 5 V in the M7-400.
  • Page 505 Operating Modes The WD90C24 VGA controller is used on the IF 962-VGA interface submodule. Table 13-7 shows you the video modes supported by the BIOS of the IF 962-VGA interface submodule. Table 13-7 Video Modes of the IF 962-VGA Interface Submodule Mode Text / Monochrome/...
  • Page 506 Interface Submodules 13.4 IF 962-COM Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7962-3AA00-0AC0) Characteristics The IF 962-COM interface submodule is used to connect devices with a serial port. It contains two serial AT-compatible ports (COMa, COMb). Up to four COM ports can be accessed on AT I/O addresses in one programmable module using standard PC drivers.
  • Page 507 13.4.1 Pin Assignments Socket X1, X2 COMa, COMb Table 13-8 Socket X1, X2 IF 962-COM (9-Pin Sub D Plug Connector) Signal GND Note Operational ground (signal GND) at the COMa or COMb ports is referenced to internal ground. Suitable measures may be required on the process side to avoid ground loops. S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Receive signal level...
  • Page 508 Interface Submodules 13.4.2 Addressing and Interrupts Addressing The IF 962-COM interface submodule can be addressed in the following two ways: • In the AT-compatible I/O address area • In the M7-300/400-reserved I/O address area (from C000 Addressing in the AT-Compatible I/O Address Area The COM ports can be operated in the AT-compatible I/O address area.
  • Page 509 Addressing in the M7-300/400-Reserved I/O Address Ares Regardless of possible addresses in the AT-compatible I/O address area, the IF 962-COM interface submodule can be addressed in this reserved address area. The base address depends on the interface submodule slot in the expansion module or the programmable module.
  • Page 510 Interface Submodules Table 13-13 Meaning of the Addressing Type Bits in the Configuration Register (IF 962-COM) Addressing only possible in the reserved I/O address area (from C000 Note The AT-compatible I/O address can only be set once for each COM port of an automation computer (including those permanently installed in a programmable module).
  • Page 511 Interrupt Request The interface submodule supplies an interrupt request (IRQa and IRQb) for each serial port. You can define the assignment of the interrupt requests IRQa and IRQb to the appropriate processor interrupt requests in the BIOS Setup. Table 13-14 Interrupt Assignments of the IF 962-COM Interface Submodule Interrupt Source of the Interface Submodule COM a...
  • Page 512 Interface Submodules 13.5 IF 962-LPT Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7962-4AA00-0AC0) Characteristics The IF 962-LPT interface submodule contains an AT-compatible parallel (LPT) port for connecting a printer with Centronics interface. The IF962-LPT submodule can also be used as a bi-directional data interface. There is a 25-pin sub D socket connector on the frontside of the submodule for plugging in the connecting cable.
  • Page 513 13.5.1 Pin Assignments X1 Socket Table 13-15 Socket X1, IF 962-LPT (25-Pin Sub D Socket Connector) /STROBE Data 0 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data 6 Data 7 /ACK BUSY SLCT /AUTO FEED /ERROR /RESET /SLCT IN Note Operational ground (GND signal) at the COMa or COMb ports is referenced to...
  • Page 514 Interface Submodules 13.5.2 Addressing and Interrupts Addressing The IF 962-LPT interface submodule can be addressed in the following two ways: • In the AT-compatible I/O address area • In the M7-300/400-reserved I/O address area (from C000 Addressing in the AT-Compatible I/O Address Area The LPT ports can be operated in the AT-compatible I/O address area.
  • Page 515 Example of Setting an AT-Compatible I/O Address In the following example, the I/O address 0278 Proceed as follows to do this: 1. Select the “IF Modules” page in the BIOS setup. 2. Enter the submodule receptacle number of the interface submodule in “Select Module #”.
  • Page 516 Interface Submodules Default Settings in the BIOS The following I/O addresses and interrupt numbers are set as defaults in the BIOS for LPT ports: Port With mass storage module MSM 478 LPT1 (on MSM 478) LPT2 (IF 962-LPT) Without mass storage module MSM 478 LPT1 (IF 962-LPT) LPT2 (IF 962-LPT) Configuration register...
  • Page 517 Table 13-20 Meaning of the Addressing Type Bits in the Configuration Register (IF 962-LPT) Addressing only possible in the reserved I/O address area Note The AT-compatible I/O address can only be set once for each LPT port of a programmable module. The LPT port in the M7-400 expansion module MSM 478 is always at the I/O address 03BC .
  • Page 518 Interface Submodules 13.5.3 Technical Specifications Technical Specifications The IF 962-LPT interface submodule receives its supply voltage from the M7-400 programmable modules or from the M7-300/400 expansion modules. The current consumption given in the technical specifications is the consumption required for dimensioning the power supply, that is, the current consumption is referenced to 24 V in the M7-300 and to 5 V in the M7-400.
  • Page 519 13.6 IF 961-DIO Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7961-1AA00-0AC0) Characteristics The IF 961-DIO interface submodule has the following characteristics: • 8 inputs, isolated in groups of 2 Input level 24 VDC; 8.5 mA Input interrupt at rising and/or falling edge Input delay can be set in common for all channels: approx. 750 µs or approx. 3 ms •...
  • Page 520 Interface Submodules 13.6.1 Pin Assignments X1 Socket There is a 25-pin sub D socket connector on the frontside of the submodule for plugging in the connecting cable. Figure 13-6 shows the pin assignments of the submodule. Figure 13-6 X1 Socket Assignments, IF 961-DIO (25-Pin Sub D Connector) 13-24 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 521 Figures 13-7 and 13-8 show the circuit block diagrams and the terminal connection diagrams for wiring the digital inputs and digital outputs. Internal data bus internal Circuit block diagram Figure 13-7 Circuit Block Diagram and Terminal Connection Diagram for Wiring the Digital Inputs Terminal connection diagram Figure 13-8 Circuit Block Diagram and Terminal Connection Diagram for Wiring the Digital Outputs...
  • Page 522: Digital Input Function

    Interface Submodules 13.6.2 Addressing and Interrupts Addressing in the M7-300/400-Reserved I/O Address Area The base address depends on the interface submodule slot in the expansion module or the programmable module. See the descriptions “M7-300 Expansions”, “M7-400 Expansions” or the description of the M7-400 programmable modules for the slot-dependent base address of the interface submodule.
  • Page 523: Digital Output Function

    Digital Output Function Tables 13-24 and 13-25 give an overview of the digital output function. Table 13-24 Offset Address for the Digital Output Function (IF 961-DIO) Offset Address User data digital output function Table 13-25 Assignment of the Digital Output (DO) Channels to the Bits (IF 961-DIO) DO channel 0 DO channel 7 Acknowledgment Register...
  • Page 524: Interrupt Register

    Interface Submodules Interrupt Register The cause of the interrupt is stored in this register. Tables 13-28 and 13-29 give an overview of the interrupt register. Table 13-28 Offset Address for the Interrupt Register (IF 961-DIO) Offset Address Interrupt register Table 13-29 Meaning of the Bits in the Interrupt Register (IF 961-DIO) Level change at DI channel 0 Level change at DI channel 7...
  • Page 525: Selection Register Rising Edge

    Selection Register Rising Edge Tables 13-32 and 13-33 give an overview of the selection register for interrupt generation at a rising edge of a digital input. Table 13-32 Offset Address for the Selection Register Rising Edge (IF 961-DIO) Offset Address Selection register rising edge Table 13-33 Meaning of the Bits in the Selection Register Rising Edge (IF 961-DIO)
  • Page 526: Mode Register

    Interface Submodules Mode Register Tables 13-36 and 13-37 give an overview of the mode register. Table 13-36 Offset Address for the Mode Register (IF 961-DIO) Offset Address Mode register Table 13-37 Meaning of the Bits in the Mode Register (IF 961-DIO) Input delay Reserved Reserved...
  • Page 527 13.6.3 Technical Specifications Technical Specifications The IF 961-DIO interface submodule receives its supply voltage from the M7-400 programmable modules or from the M7-300/400 expansion modules. The current consumption given in the technical specifications is the consumption required for dimensioning the power supply, that is, the current consumption is referenced to 24 V in the M7-300 and to 5 V in the M7-400.
  • Page 528 Interface Submodules Status, Interrupts, Diagnostics Status indicated – Interrupt 1 sum interrupt from up to 8 sources Diagnostic functions Data for Selecting a Sensor Input voltage • Nominal value 24 VDC • For signal “1” from 13 V to 30 V •...
  • Page 529 13.7 IF 961-AIO Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7961-2AA00-0AC0) Characteristics The IF 961-AIO interface submodule has the following characteristics: • 4 analog inputs, each as voltage and current input • 2 analog outputs, each as voltage and current output • 24 VDC external power supply of the analog circuit section •...
  • Page 530: Pin Assignments And Terminal Connection Diagram

    Interface Submodules 13.7.1 Pin Assignments and Terminal Connection Diagram X1 Socket There is a 25-pin sub D socket connector on the frontside of the submodule for plugging in the connecting cable. Figure 13-10 shows the assignments for the X1 socket and the terminal connection diagram of the submodule.
  • Page 531: Circuit Block Diagram

    Meaning of Signals The following table shows the meanings of the signals in Figure 13-10. Table 13-38 Meaning of the Signals of the X1 Socket of the IF 961-AIO Interface Submodule Signal ... MV Analog inputs: Voltage ... MI Analog inputs: Current ...
  • Page 532 Interface Submodules Grounding for the Analog Inputs If the valid Common Mode area (V be grounded. To do this, the ground lines of the individual analog inputs (1) and the shielding must be routed to the grounding point isolated. Refer to Figure 13-12 for the grounding of the analog inputs. Grounding for the Analog Outputs To do this, the ground lines of the individual analog outputs (2) and the shielding must be routed to the grounding point isolated.
  • Page 533: Connecting Measured Value Sensors To Analog Inputs

    13.7.2 Connecting Measured Value Sensors to Analog Inputs Introduction Depending on the measuring type, you can connect various measured value sensors to the analog inputs: • Voltage sensors • Current sensors as – two-wire transducers – four-wire transducers • Resistance This section describes how to connect the measured value sensors and what to look out for when connecting the measured value sensors.
  • Page 534 Interface Submodules Isolated Measured Value Sensors Potential differences can occur between the individual measured value sensors in the case of isolated measured value sensors. These potential differences can occur as the result of interference or the physical distribution of the measured value sensors.
  • Page 535 Non-Isolated Measured Value Sensors Potential differences must not arise between non-isolated measured value sensors. If necessary, you must take additional installation measures (equipotential bonding conductor) to ensure this. Figure 13-14 shows the connection of non-isolated measured value sensors. Non-isolated measured value sensors Figure 13-14 Connection of Non-Isolated Measured Value Sensors Connection of Voltage Sensors...
  • Page 536 Interface Submodules Connection of Current Sensors as Two-Wire and Four-Wire Transducers Figures 13-16 and 13-17 show you how to connect current sensors as two-wire and four-wire transducers to analog input modules. The 24 V voltage is supplied to the two-wire transducer via a protected output (L1 ).
  • Page 537 Connection of Resistance Thermometers (e.g. Pt 100) and Resistances The resistance thermometers/resistances are measured in a 4-wire connection. A constant current I which can be set is supplied to the resistance thermometers/ resistances via one analog output QI each. The voltage arising at the resistance thermometer/resistance is measured over the M high degree of accuracy in the measured results for 4-wire connection.
  • Page 538 Interface Submodules 13.7.3 Connecting Loads/Actuators to Analog Outputs Abbreviations Used The abbreviations used in Figures 13-20 to 13-21 have the following meanings: Analog output current Analog output voltage Reference potential of the analog circuit Load resistance Figures 13-20 and 13-21 show you how you must connect loads/actuators to the current or voltage outputs of the analog output module.
  • Page 539 Connecting Loads to the Voltage Output The following figure shows the wiring of two channels as an example. Ground bus Figure 13-21 Connecting Loads/Actuators via a Three-Wire Connection to a Voltage Output S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 +24 V 13-43...
  • Page 540: Conversion Time And Cycle Time Of The Analog Input Channels

    Interface Submodules 13.7.4 Conversion Time and Cycle Time of the Analog Input Channels Introduction This section contains the definitions of and relationships between the conversion time and the cycle time of analog input modules. Conversion Time The conversion time consists of the conversion time of the analog-digital converter (ADC) and the settling time of the multiplexer.
  • Page 541 13.7.5 Conversion Time, Cycle Time, Settling Time, and Response Time of the Analog Output Channels Introduction This section contains the definitions and relationships of times relevant to the analog output modules. Conversion Time The conversion time of the analog output channels includes the transfer of the digitized output values from the internal memory and the digital-analog conversion.
  • Page 542: Starting Up The If 961-aio Interface Submodule

    Interface Submodules 13.7.6 Starting Up the IF 961-AIO Interface Submodule Electrical Installation You must connect the ground terminal (M and S module with the ground terminal of the load power supply. Use a cable with a cross-section of 1 mm Unswitched Channels You must short-circuit unswitched input channels.
  • Page 543: Analog Output Function

    13.7.8 Analog Output Function Analog Output Function The 12-bit digital value to be converted is loaded left-justified into the DAC data registers of the relevant DAC channel. After the data has been written into the register, digital-analog conversion takes place in the selected channel. You can see the assignment of the address to the output channels and the meaning of the data bits in Table.
  • Page 544: Analog Input Function

    Interface Submodules 13.7.9 Analog Input Function Analog Input Function Tables 13-41 ad 13-42 contain an overview of the read and write registers for the analog input function. The data format of analog input values is a 16-bit value in two’s complement. You can see the representation of the digitized measured value in Table 13-43.
  • Page 545: Individual Start Of An Adc Channel

    Table 13-42 Meaning of the Control Bits in the Analog Input Function (IF 961-AIO) Offset Address ta = 000 5.7 ms cycle time of the automatic conversion function ta = 001 2.8 ms ta = 010 1.3 ms 600 µs ta = 011 185 µs ta = 100...
  • Page 546: Cyclic Conversion Of The Adc Channels

    Interface Submodules Cyclic Conversion of the ADC Channels Below are listed the steps required for cyclic conversion of the ADC channels: 1. Set the AC bit in control register 1 to “1” (offset address “08 2. Wait for interrupt. 3. Read the values at the relevant address (offset addresses “00 4.
  • Page 547: Analog Inputs

    13.7.10 Analog Value Representation for the Measuring Ranges of the Analog Inputs Voltage and Current Measuring Ranges Table 13-43 contains the representation of the digitized measured value for • The voltage measuring range ± 10 V and • The current measuring range ± 20 mA. Table 13-43 Representation of the Digitized Measured Value for the Analog Input Function (Voltage and Current Measuring Range)
  • Page 548: Analog Outputs

    Interface Submodules 13.7.11 Analog Value Representation for the Measuring Ranges of the Analog Outputs Voltage and Current Output Ranges Table 13-44 contains the representation of • The voltage output range ± 10 V and • The current output range ± 20 mA. Table 13-44 Representation of the Analog Output Ranges (Voltage and Current Output Ranges) Range...
  • Page 549: Diagnostics, Interrupts, And Submodule Id

    13.7.12 Diagnostics, Interrupts, and Submodule ID Interrupt Request The interface submodule supplies an interrupt request (IRQa). You can define the assignment of the IRQa interrupt request to the relevant processor interrupt request in the BIOS setup. Diagnostic and Hardware Interrupts If the interface submodule IF 961-AIO was assigned parameters for cyclic conversion, you have the possibility of initiating hardware interrupts at the end-of-cycle.
  • Page 550 Interface Submodules 13.7.13 Technical Specifications Technical Specifications The IF 961-AIO interface submodule receives its supply voltage from the M7-400 programmable modules or from the M7-300/400 expansion modules. The current consumption given in the technical specifications is the consumption required for dimensioning the power supply, that is, the current consumption is referenced to 24 V in the M7-300 and to 5 V in the M7-400.
  • Page 551 Interference Suppression, Error Limits for Inputs Interference voltage suppression for f = n (50/60 Hz " 1 %) n = 1, 2, ... • Common-mode > 60 dB interference (V < 1 V) • Normal-mode interference (Peak value of interference < nominal 0 dB value of the input range) Cross-talk attenuation...
  • Page 552 Interface Submodules 13.8 IF 961-CT1 Interface Submodule for M7-300/400; (6ES7961-3AA00-0AC0) Characteristics The IF 961-CT1 interface submodule is used for connecting incremental encoders. It has the following characteristics: • Connection with RS422 or 24 V signals • 4 digital inputs (START, STOP, SET, RESET), isolated •...
  • Page 553: What Can The If961-ct1 Interface Submodule Do

    13.8.1 What Can the IF961-CT1 Interface Submodule Do? Introduction This section contains an overview of the functionality of the IF 961-CT1 interface submodule. This functionality is achieved using the relevant driver software. What Can the IF 961-CT1 Interface Submodule Do? The IF 961-CT1 interface submodule is a high-speed counter module.
  • Page 554 Interface Submodules Interrupts The IF 961-CT1 can initiate an interrupt when comparison values are reached or in the event of overflow, underflow, or zero pass of the counter. Diagnostic Interrupt The IF 961-CT1 can initiate a diagnostic interrupt for the following events: •...
  • Page 555 13.8.2 Addressing and Interrupts Addressing The IF 961-CT1 interface submodule is addressed with the M7-300/400-reserved I/O address area (starting from C000 Addressing in the M7-300/400-Reserved I/O Address Area The base address depends on the interface submodule slot in the expansion module or the programmable module.
  • Page 556 Interface Submodules 13.8.3 Technical Specifications Technical Specifications The IF 961-CT1 interface submodule receives its supply voltage from the M7-400 programmable modules or from the M7-300/400 expansion modules. The current consumption given in the technical specifications is the consumption required for dimensioning the power supply, that is, the current consumption is referenced to 24 V in the M7-300 and to 5 V in the M7-400.
  • Page 557 13.9 IF 964-DP Interface Submodule for S7-400 and M7-400 Order Numbers You can use the IF 964-DP interface submodule with order number 6ES7964-2AA00-0AB0 (up to 07/99) in the M7-400. You can use the IF 964-DP interface submodule with order number 6ES7964-2AA01-0AB0 (as of 07/99) in the S7-400 and in the M7-400.
  • Page 558 Interface Submodules Additional Front Cover The IF 964-DP interface submodule with order number 6ES7964-2AA01-0AB0 has an additional front cover, which is similar to the front cover of the IF 960HF synchronization submodule. As long as this second front cover is not screwed on, the submodule interface on the S7-400 CPU remains off circuit.
  • Page 559 13.9.1 Pin Assignments X1 Connector There is a 9-pin sub D socket connector on the frontside of the submodule for plugging in the connecting cable. See Table 13-45 for the pin assignments. Table 13-45 X1 Socket, IF 964-DP (9-Pin Sub D Connector) Signal –...
  • Page 560 Interface Submodules 13.9.2 Addressing and Interrupts In the M7-300/400-Reserved I/O Address Area The base address depends on the interface submodule slot in the expansion module or the programmable module. See the descriptions “M7-300 Expansions”, “M7-400 Expansions” or the description of the M7-400 programmable modules for the slot-dependent base address of the interface submodule.
  • Page 561 13.9.3 Technical Specifications Technical Specifications The IF 964-DP interface submodule receives its supply voltage in the S7-400 from the central processing unit and in the M7-400 from the programmable modules or from the expansion modules. The current consumption given in the technical specifications is the consumption required for dimensioning the power supply, that is, the current consumption is referenced to 24 V in the M7-300 and to 5 V in the M7-400.
  • Page 562 Interface Submodules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications 13-66 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 563 Parameter Sets for Signal Modules Chapter Overview Section How to Assign the Parameters for Signal Modules in the User Program Parameters of the Digital Input Modules Parameters of the Digital Output Modules Parameters of the Analog Input Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Description Page...
  • Page 564 Parameter Sets for Signal Modules How to Assign the Parameters for Signal Modules in the User Program Parameter Assignment in the User Program You have already assigned parameters to the modules in STEP 7. In the user program, you can use a SFC: •...
  • Page 565 Description of the Parameters The following sections contain all the modifiable parameters for the various module classes. The parameters of the signal modules are described: • in the online help of STEP 7. • in this reference manual You will find the parameters that can be adjusted for the signal module concerned in the specific sections for the different signal modules.
  • Page 566: Parameters Of The Digital Input Modules

    Parameter Sets for Signal Modules Parameters of the Digital Input Modules Parameters The table below contains all the parameters you can set for digital input modules. You will see which parameters you can modify from the list: • in STEP 7 •...
  • Page 567 Byte 0 Byte 1 Byte 2 Byte 3 *) Only in 6ES7 421-7BH00-0AB0 Figure A-1 Data Record 1 of the Parameters of the Digital Input Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07 Reaction to error *) Diagnostic interrupt enable Hardware interrupt enable 5 4 3 2 1 Hardware interrupt...
  • Page 568 Parameter Sets for Signal Modules The figure below shows the structure of data record 1 (bytes 4, 5 and 6) for the parameters of the digital input modules. You enable a parameter by setting the corresponding bit to “1”. Byte 4 On falling edge at channel 15 Byte 5 Enable substitute value 1 on channel 7...
  • Page 569: Parameters Of The Digital Output Modules

    Parameters of the Digital Output Modules Parameters The table below contains all the parameters you can set for digital output modules. The comparison shows: • Which parameters you can change with STEP 7 and • Which parameters you can change with SFC 55 “WR_PARM” The parameters set with STEP 7 can also be transferred to the module with SFCs 56 and 57 (refer to the STEP 7 manuals).
  • Page 570 Parameter Sets for Signal Modules Structure of Data Record 1 The figure below shows the structure of data record 1 (bytes 0, 1 and 2) for the parameters of the digital output modules. You enable a parameter by setting the corresponding bit to “1”. Byte 0 Diagnostic interrupt enable Byte 1...
  • Page 571 The figure below shows the structure of data record 1 (bytes 3 and 4) for the parameters of the digital output modules. You enable a parameter by setting the corresponding bit to “1”. 5 4 3 2 1 Byte 3* Enable substitute value 1 on channel 20 Enable substitute value 1 on channel 21 Enable substitute value 1 on channel 22...
  • Page 572 Parameter Sets for Signal Modules Parameters of the Analog Input Modules Parameters The table below contains all the parameters you can set for analog input modules. You will see which parameters you can modify from the list: • in STEP 7 •...
  • Page 573 Structure of Data Record 1 The figure below shows the structure of data record 1 for the parameters of the analog input modules. You enable a parameter by setting the corresponding bit to “1”. Byte 0 Diagnostic interrupt enable Hardware interrupt enable Byte 1 Byte 2 Byte 3...
  • Page 574 Parameter Sets for Signal Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A-12 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 575 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Chapter Overview Section Evaluating the Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules in the User Program Structure and Contents of Diagnostic Data Bytes 0 and 1 Diagnostic Data of the Digital Input Modules as of Byte 2 Diagnostic Data of the Digital Output Modules as of Byte 2 Diagnostic Data of the Analog Input Modules as of Byte 2 S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications...
  • Page 576 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Evaluating the Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules in the User Program In This Appendix This Appendix describes the structure of the diagnostic data in the system data. You must be familiar with this structure if you want to evaluate the diagnostic data of the signal module in the STEP 7 user program.
  • Page 577 Structure and Contents of Diagnostic Data Bytes 0 and 1 The structure and contents of the different bytes of the diagnostic data are described below. The following general rule applies: When an error occurs, the bit concerned is set to ”1”. Bytes 0 and 1 Byte 0 Byte 1...
  • Page 578 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Diagnostic Data of the Digital Input Modules as of Byte 2 The structure and contents of the different bytes of the diagnostic data for special digital input modules are described below. The following general rule applies: When an error occurs, the bit concerned is set to ”1”.
  • Page 579 Bytes 4 to 8 of the SM 421; DI 16 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7 Channel error, channel 6 Channel error, channel 7 Byte 8 Channel error, channel 14 Channel error, channel 15 Figure B-3 Bytes 4 to 8 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 421; DI 16 x 24 VDC Bytes 9 to 24 of the SM 421;...
  • Page 580 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Bytes 2 and 3 of the SM 421; DI 16 Byte 2 0 0 0 0 Byte 3 Hardware interrupt lost Figure B-5 Bytes 2 and 3 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 421; DI 16 x 24/60 VUC Bytes 4 to 8 of the SM 421;...
  • Page 581 Bytes 9 to 24 of the SM 421; DI 16 Data record 1 with bytes 9 to 24 contains the channel-specific diagnostic data. The figure below shows the assignment of the diagnostic byte for a channel of the module. Figure B-7 Diagnostic Byte for a Channel of the SM 421;...
  • Page 582 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Diagnostic Data of the Digital Output Modules as of Byte 2 The structure and contents of the different bytes of the diagnostic data for special digital output modules are described below. The following general rule applies: When an error occurs, the bit concerned is set to ”1”.
  • Page 583 Bytes 4 to 8 of the SM 422; DO 16 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7 Channel error, channel 6 Channel error, channel 7 Byte 8 Channel error, channel 14 Channel error, channel 15 Figure B-9 Bytes 4 to 8 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 422; DO 16 x 20-125 VDC/1.5 A Bytes 9 to 24 of the SM 421;...
  • Page 584 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Bytes 2 and 3 of the SM 422; DO 32 Byte 2 Byte 3 Figure B-11 Bytes 2 and 3 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 422; DO 32 x 24 VDC/0.5 A B-10 24 VDC/0.5 A 5 4 3 2 1...
  • Page 585 Bytes 4 to 10 of the SM 422; DO 32 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7 Channel error, channel 7 Byte 8 Channel error, channel 14 Channel error, channel 15 Byte 9 Channel error, channel 22 Channel error, channel 23 Byte 10 Channel error, channel 31 Figure B-12...
  • Page 586 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Bytes 11 to 42 of the SM 422; DO 32 Data record 1 with bytes 11 to 42 contains the channel-specific diagnostic data. The figure below shows the assignment of the diagnostic byte for a channel of the module.
  • Page 587 Bytes 4 to 8 of the SM 422; DO 16 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7 Channel error, channel 6 Channel error, channel 7 Byte 8 Channel error, channel 14 Channel error, channel 15 Figure B-15 Bytes 4 to 8 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 422; DO 16 x 20-120 VAC/2 A Bytes 9 to 24 of the SM 422;...
  • Page 588 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Diagnostic Data of the Analog Input Modules as of Byte 2 The structure and contents of the different bytes of the diagnostic data for the special analog input modules are described below. The following general rule applies: When an error occurs, the bit concerned is set to ”1”.
  • Page 589 Bytes 4 to 8 of the SM 431; AI 16 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7 Channel error, channel 7 Byte 8 Channel error, channel 15 Figure B-18 Bytes 4 to 8 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 431; AI 16 x 16 Bit Bytes 9 to 24 of the SM 431;...
  • Page 590 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Bytes 2 and 3 of the SM 431; AI 8 Byte 2 0 0 0 0 Byte 3 Hardware interrupt lost Figure B-20 Bytes 2 and 3 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 431; AI 8 x RTD x 16 Bit Bytes 4 to 7 of the SM 431;...
  • Page 591 Bytes 8 to 23 of the SM 431; AI 8 Data record 1 with bytes 8 to 23 contains channel-specific diagnostic data. The following figure shows the assignment of the even diagnostic bytes (bytes 8, 10, to 22) for a channel of the module. Underflow Overflow Figure B-22...
  • Page 592 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules Bytes 2 and 3 of the SM 431; AI 8 Byte 2 0 0 0 0 Byte 3 Hardware interrupt lost Figure B-24 Bytes 2 and 3 of the Diagnostic Data of the SM 431; AI 8 x 16 Bit Bytes 4 to 7 of the SM 431;...
  • Page 593 Bytes 8 to 23 of the SM 431; AI 8 Data record 1 with bytes 8 to 23 contains channel-specific diagnostic data. The following figure shows the assignment of the even diagnostic bytes (bytes 8, 10, to 22) for a channel of the module. Underflow Overflow Figure B-26...
  • Page 594 Diagnostic Data of the Signal Modules S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications B-20 A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 595 Spare Parts and Accessories Spare Parts and Accessories For Racks Number wheel for slot labeling Spare slot covers (qty 10) For Power Supplies Spare connector for PS 405 (DC) Spare connector for PS 407 (AC) Backup battery For CPUs Key for CPU mode selector switch 2 Mbyte memory submodule 4 Mbyte memory submodule For Digital Modules/Analog Modules...
  • Page 596 Spare Parts and Accessories For IMs Terminating connector for IM 461-0 Terminating connector for IM 461-1 Terminating connector for IM 461-3 IM 463-2, send IM, 600 m to IM 314 of the S5 IM cable with communication bus, 0.75 m IM cable with communication bus, 1.5 m IM cable with communication bus, 5 m IM cable with communication bus, 10 m...
  • Page 597 Cables Connecting cables for printers with • Serial port (COM, 10 m) • Parallel port (Centronics) Connecting cable for interface module • • • • 2.5 m 2 5 m • • 10 m V.24 cable Connector housing, gray • 9-pin •...
  • Page 598 Spare Parts and Accessories S7-400, M7-400 Programmable Controllers Module Specifications A5E00069467-07...
  • Page 599 Guidelines for Handling Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESD) Introduction In this appendix, we explain • what is meant by “electrostatic sensitive devices” • the precautions you must observe when handling and working with electrostatic sensitive devices. Chapter Overview This chapter contains the following sections on electrostatic sensitive devices: Section What is ESD? Electrostatic Charging of Persons...
  • Page 600 Guidelines for Handling Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESD) What is ESD? Definition All electronic modules are equipped with large-scale integrated ICs or components. Due to their design, these electronic elements are very sensitive to overvoltages and thus to any electrostatic discharge. These Electrostatic Sensitive Devices are commonly referred to by the abbreviation ESD.
  • Page 601 Electrostatic Charging of Persons Charging Every person with a non-conductive connection to the electrical potential of its surroundings can be charged electrostatically. Figure D-1 shows you the maximum values for electrostatic voltages which can build up on a person coming into contact with the materials indicated in the figure. These values are in conformity with the specifications of IEC 61000-4-2.
  • Page 602 Guidelines for Handling Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESD) General Protective Measures Against Electrostatic Discharge Damage Ensure Sufficient Grounding Make sure that the personnel, working surfaces and packaging are sufficiently grounded when handling electrostatic sensitive devices. You thus avoid electrostatic charging. Avoid Direct Contact You should touch electrostatic sensitive devices only if it is unavoidable (for example, during maintenance work).
  • Page 603: List Of Abbreviations

    List of Abbreviations Abbreviation Alternating current Analog to digital converter Aanalog input Analog output Automation system Battery failure BUSF1; LED – bus failure on the MPI/Profibus DP interface 1 or 2 BUSF2 Central device Channel COMP Compensating terminal Communications processor Central rack Central processing unit of a PLC Digital-to-analog converter...
  • Page 604 List of Abbreviations Function FEPROM Flash erasable programmable read only memory Function module Fiber-optic cable FRCE Force Global data communication Constant-current lead Input delay IFM1F; IFM2F LED error at interface module 1/2 Interface module INTF Error LED “internal fault” Intelligent periphery Terminal for 24 VDC supply voltage Ladder logic diagram Hold last valid value...
  • Page 605 Sensor lead (positive) S – Sensor lead (negative) Structured control language Sensor power “Group error” LED System function block System function Signal module Synchronous serial interface System status list Statement list Text display Transducer Common mode voltage Auxiliary voltage Potential difference between M Universal current Universal rack Sensor voltage...
  • Page 607 Glossary Address An address denotes a specific operand or address area; examples of this are: input I 12.1; memory word MW 25; data block DB 3. Aggregate current Sum of the currents of all output channels on a digital output module. Backplane bus The backplane bus is a serial data bus that is used by the modules to communicate with each other and to supply them with the voltage they require.
  • Page 608 Glossary Bus connector A physical connection between the bus nodes and the bus cable. Bus segment A bus segment is a self-contained section of a serial bus system. Bus segments are interconnected by means of ³ repeaters. Central controller An S7-400 consists of a central controller (CC) that can be allocated expansion units (EU), as required.
  • Page 609 Comparison point Parameter in STEP 7 for analog input modules. Using this parameter, you can determine the reference junction (the point where the temperature is known) when thermocouples are used. The following can be reference junctions: resistance thermometer on channel 0 of the module; ³ compensating box, ³...
  • Page 610 Glossary Declaration Assigning variables (parameters or local data of a block, for example) with a name, data type, comment, etc. Default setting The default setting is a sensible basic setting that is used whenever no other value is used. Destination CPU for interrupt Parameter in STEP 7.
  • Page 611 Direct communication Direct communication involves assigning local input address areas of an intelligent DP slave (for example, CPU 315-2 with PROFIBUS DP connection) or of a DP master to the input address areas of a PROFIBUS DP partner. The intelligent DP slave or DP master receives the input data that the PROFIBUS DP partner sends to its DP master via these assigned input address areas.
  • Page 612 Glossary Equipotential bonding An electrical connection (equipotential bonding conductor) that brings the bodies of electrical resources and foreign conductive bodies to an identical or approximately identical potential in order to avoid interfering or hazardous voltages between these bodies. External load memory ³...
  • Page 613 Function A function (FC) in accordance with IEC 1131-3 is a ³ code block without ³ static data. A function allows parameters to be passed in the user program. Functions are therefore suitable for programming complex functions, such as calculations that are frequently repeated. Functional grounding Grounding which has the sole purpose of safeguarding the intended function of the electrical equipment.
  • Page 614 Glossary Ground, to To ground means to connect an electrically conductive part via a grounding system to the grounding electrode (one or more conductive parts having a very good contact to ground). Hardware interrupt A hardware interrupt is triggered by interrupt-triggering modules in response to a particular event in the process (limit value violation;...
  • Page 615 Interrupt, diagnostic ³ Diagnostic Interrupt Interrupt, end-of-scan-cycle ³ Hardwareinterrupt Interrupt, hardware ³ Hardware interrupt Interrupt response time The interrupt response time is the time from when an interrupt signal first occurs to calling the first instruction in the interrupt OB. The following general rule applies: Higher priority interrupts take precedence.
  • Page 616 Glossary Local data Local data are data assigned to a ³ code block that is declared in its ³ declaration section and its variable declaration. It includes (depending on the block): formal parameters, ³ static data, ³ temporary data. Logic block In the context of SIMATIC S7, a logic block is a block that contains part of the STEP 7 user program.
  • Page 617 Measuring range module Measuring range modules are plugged into the analog input modules for adaptation to different measuring ranges. Memory card Pluggable load memory. Memory cards are credit-card size storage media for CPUs and CPs. They are implemented as ³ RAM or ³ FEPROMs. Memory reset In a memory reset, the following memories of the CPU are deleted: working memory, write/read area of the load memory, system memory.
  • Page 618 Glossary Non-isolated In the case of non-isolated input/output modules, the reference potentials of the control and load circuit are electrically connected. ³ Organization block Organization block Organization blocks (OBs) form the interface between the operating system of the CPU and the user program. The order in which the user program is processed is defined in the organization blocks.
  • Page 619 Priority class The operating system of an S7 CPU has a maximum of 28 priority classes (= program execution levels) – for cyclic program scanning or program scanning controlled by hardware interrupt, for example. Each priority class is assigned ³ organization blocks in which the user can program a response.
  • Page 620 Glossary Programming device A programming device (PG) is an industry-standard, compact personal computer. A PG is completely equipped for programming SIMATIC programmable controllers. Protection level The SIMATIC S7 access protection concept prevents the central processing unit from being accessed by unauthorized persons. It has three protection levels: Protection level 1: all program device functions allowed Protection level 2: read-only program device functions allowed Protection level 3: no program device functions allowed...
  • Page 621 Reference channel error Parameter in STEP 7 for analog input modules. Using this parameter, you can enable the group error message of the reference junction when thermocouples are used. A reference channel error occurs when thermocouples are used and the following occurs: •...
  • Page 622 Glossary Restart When a CPU starts up (through the use of the mode selector, for example, or when the power is switched on), either OB 101 (restart), OB 100 (reboot: warm restart) or OB 102 (cold restart) is processed before cyclic program scanning (OB 1).
  • Page 623 Sequence layer Sequence layers form the interface in M7 between the operating system of the CPU and the user program. The order in which the blocks of the user program are processed is defined in the sequence layers. ³ System function block ³...
  • Page 624 Glossary STARTUP The STARTUP mode is traversed during the transition from STOP mode to RUN mode. STARTUP can be triggered by the ³ mode selector or following power-on or by means of an operator input on the programming device. Rebooting and restarting are the two different types of startup. Depending on the position of the mode selector, either a reboot or restart is executed in the case of the S7-400.
  • Page 625 System function block A system function block (SFB) is a ³ function block integrated in the operating system of the CPU that can be called in the STEP 7 user program like a function block (FB), as required. The associated instance data block is in working memory.
  • Page 626 Glossary Warm restart This is a reboot after a power failure using a set of dynamic data programmed by the user and a user program section defined in the system. A warm restart is indicated by setting a status bit or by some other appropriate means that can be read by the user program and indicate that the standstill of the programmable controller, brought about by a power failure, has been detected in RUN mode.
  • Page 627 Index Accessories, C-1 Accessories, M7-400, memory card, 11-8 Actuator connection, to analog output module, 5-59 Actuators, connecting, 13-42 ADC-DAC error, analog input module, 5-66 Address, Glossary-1 Address area, setting, 7-9 Address assignment, M7-400, CPUs, 11-40 Aggregate current, Glossary-1 Ambient conditions, 1-14, 7-2 climatic, 1-15 mechanical, 1-14 Analog functions, STEP 7 blocks, 5-1...
  • Page 628 Index Analog output channel conversion time, 5-37 response time, 5-38 Analog output module connecting loads and actuators, 5-59 connecting loads to current output, 5-62 connecting loads to voltage output, 5-60 isolated, 5-59 output, 5-42 output range, 5-42 output type, 5-42 parameters, 5-42 response time, 5-38 settling time, 5-38...
  • Page 629 Communication bus, 2-5 Communication load, Glossary-2 Communication processor, Glossary-2 Comparison point, 5-57, Glossary-3 Compensating box, 5-55, Glossary-3 connecting, 5-56 Compensation external, 5-55 internal, 5-55, 5-56 Config. index, M7-400, 11-27 Configure, Glossary-3 Configuring error, analog input module, 5-66 Connecting cable, 6-5 plugging in, 7-7 preparing, 7-6 Connecting cable 721, 7-11...
  • Page 630 Index Diagnostics analog input module, 5-40 digital input module, 4-7 digital output module, 4-8 of analog modules, 5-63 of digital modules, 4-9 system, Glossary-18 Diagnostics entry, 5-32 Digital input module diagnostic data, B-4 diagnostic interrupt enable, 4-7 diagnostics, 4-7 hardware interrupt enable, 4-7 input delay, 4-7 keep last value, 4-7 no load voltage L+, 4-7...
  • Page 631 Digital output module destination CPU for Interrupt, 4-8 diagnostic data, B-8 diagnostic interrupt enable, 4-8 diagnostics, 4-8 fuse blown, 4-8 keep last value, 4-8 no load voltage L+, 4-8 parameters, 4-8, A-7 short circuit to L+, 4-8 short circuit to M, 4-8 SM 422;...
  • Page 632 Index Functional grounding, Glossary-7 Fuse blown, Glossary-7 digital module, 4-12 digital output module, 4-8 Global data, Glossary-7 Ground, Glossary-7 Ground short circuit, analog input module, 5-66 Grounded operation, RS 485 repeater, 10-4 Grounding for the analog inputs, IF 961–AIO, 13-36 for the analog outputs, IF 961–AIO, 13-36 Hardware interrupt, Glossary-8 end of scan cycle, 5-69...
  • Page 633 IF 962-LPT, 13-16 addressing, 13-18 AT-compatible, 13-18 M7-300/400 reserved, 13-19 characteristics, 13-16 interrupt request, 13-21 pin assignments, 13-17 technical specifications, 13-22 IF 962-VGA, 13-5 addressing, 13-7 characteristics, 13-5 interrupts, 13-7 keyboard connection, 13-6 pin assignments VGA, 13-6 submodule ID, 13-7 technical specifications, 13-8 video operating modes, 13-9 IF 964-DP, 13-61...
  • Page 634 Index Interrupt-triggering channels, of the digital module, 4-14 Interrupts enabling, 4-13, 5-67 of analog modules, 5-67 of the digital modules, 4-13 INTF LED analog module, 5-63 digital module, 4-9 IP 20, 1-18 Isolated, Glossary-9 Isolated measuring sensor, 5-44 Isolated measuring sensors, connecting, 5-44 Keep last value digital input module, 4-7 digital output module, 4-8...
  • Page 635 Non-isolated sensors, 5-45 connecting, 5-45 OB, Glossary-12 OB 40, 4-14, 5-68 start information, 5-68 OB 82, 4-13, 5-67 Operating conditions, 1-14 Operating mode, Glossary-12 of CPU, 5-31 Operating system, Glossary-12 Operational limit, 5-33 Order number 6ES7 401-2TA01-0AA0, 2-8 6ES7 405-0DA00-0AA0, 3-30 6ES7 405-0DA01-0AA0, 3-32 6ES7 405-0KA00-0AA0, 3-34 6ES7 405-0KA01-0AA0, 3-36...
  • Page 636 Index PARM_MOD, SFC 57, A-2 Password, M7-400, 11-31 Performance features, M7-400, CPUs, 11-2 Permissible potential differences, 7-3 PG cable, 11-15, C-2 Pin assignment, RS 485 repeater, 10-6 PLC, Glossary-13 Point-to-point connection, Glossary-12 Potential difference, with analog input modules, 5-43 Power supply module PS 405 10A, 3-34, 3-36 PS 405 10A R, 3-36 PS 405 20A, 3-38, 3-40...
  • Page 637 Sensor supply missing digital input module, 4-7 digital module, 4-12 Sensors, non-isolated, 5-45 Sequence layer, Glossary-17 Settling time, 5-38 analog output, 13-45 Setup fields, M7-400, 11-20 Setup page, M7-400 ”Boot Options”, 11-36 ”Date/Time”, 11-32 ”Floppy/Card”, 11-35 ”Hard Disk”, 11-33 ”IF modules”, 11-25 ”Security”, 11-30 ”System”, 11-38 ”Timeout Function”, 11-29...
  • Page 638 Index Technical specifications IF 961-AIO, 13-54 IF 961-DIO, 13-31 IF 962-COM, 13-15 IF 962-LPT, 13-22 IF 962-VGA, 13-8 IF 964-DP, 13-65 IM 460-0 and 461-0, 6-9 IM 460-1 and 461-1, 6-13 IM 460-3 and 461-3, 6-17 IM 460-4 and 461-4, 6-21 PS 405 10 A, 3-35 PS 405 10A, 3-37 PS 405 10A R, 3-37...

This manual also for:

Simatic s7-400S7-400M7-400

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: