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SIMATIC
S5-135U/155U
System Manual
This manual has the
order number:
6ES5998-0SH21
12/98
C79000-G8576-C199
Release 06
Contents
Notes on Using this Manual
and on the CE Symbol
Centralized and Distributed
Configuration of a Programma-
ble Controller
Installation Guidelines
Central Controllers and
Expansion Units
Power Supply Units
CPUs, Memory Cards,
Memory Submodules,
Interface Submodules
Multiprocessor Operation/
Coordinators
Interface Modules
Digital Input/Output Modules
Analog Input/Output Modules
Monitoring Module
Connector Assignments
Appendices
Appendix
Guidelines for Handling
Electrostatically-Sensitive
Devices (ESD)
Index
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  • Page 1 SIMATIC S5-135U/155U System Manual This manual has the order number: 6ES5998-0SH21 12/98 C79000-G8576-C199 Release 06 Contents Notes on Using this Manual and on the CE Symbol Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programma- ble Controller Installation Guidelines Central Controllers and...
  • Page 2 Caution Warning Trademarks Copyright Siemens AG 1993 All rights reserved The reproduction, transmission or use of this document or its contents is not permitted without express written authority. Offenders will be liable for damages. All rights, including rights created by patent grant or registration of a utility model or design, are reserved.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Notes on Using this Manual and on the CE Symbol Notes on Using this Manual Notes on the CE Symbol Notes for Machine Manufacturers Safety Notes ........... . Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programmable Controller Application .
  • Page 4 3.7.4 Examples for Determining the Type of Cabinet 3.7.5 Determining the Power Dissipation of Modules Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units S5-135U/155U Central Controller 4.1.1 Technical Description 4.1.2 Installation ........... . .
  • Page 5 5.2.3 Interfaces of the CPU 948 5.2.4 Technical Specifications CPU 928B -3UB21 5.3.1 Technical Description 5.3.2 Installation and Startup 5.3.3 Technical Specifications CPU 928B ............5.4.1 Technical Description 5.4.2...
  • Page 6 Contents Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Introduction ........... . . Starting the Multiprocessor Operation Coordinator Modes 923A Coordinator Module...
  • Page 7 8.4.3 6ES5 431-4UA12 Digital Input Module 8.4.4 6ES5 432-4UA12 Digital Input Module 8.4.5 6ES5 434-4UA12 Digital Input Module 8.4.6 6ES5 435-4UA12 Digital Input Module 8.4.7 6ES5 436-4UA12 Digital Input Module 8.4.8 6ES5 436-4UB12 Digital Input Module 8.4.9 6ES5 441-4UA13/4UA14 Digital Output Module 8.4.10 6ES5 451-4UA13/4UA14 Digital Output Module 8.4.11...
  • Page 8 Contents 9.5.3 Special Features of the 465 Analog Input Module 9.5.4 Setting the Module Address 9.5.5 Removing and Inserting Modules 9.5.6 Marking of Modules and Front Connectors 9.5.7 Connecting the Signal Lines 9.5.8 Connecting a Compensating Box for Thermal E.M.F. Measurement 9.5.9 Connecting Resistance Thermometers to the 465 Analog Input Module 9.5.10...
  • Page 9 10.4 Technical Specifications 10.5 Address Table ..........Connector Assignments .
  • Page 10 Contents System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 11: Notes On Using This Manual And On The Ce Symbol

    CE Symbol Notes on Using this Manual The S5-135U/155U PLC is a member of the family of SIMATIC S5 programmable (logic) controllers. The controller can be used in single and in multiprocessor operation with up to four CPUs. In multiprocessor operation, each CPU processes its individual user program independently of the other CPUs (multicomputing).
  • Page 12 “ESD Guidelines.” You must observe these to the letter and follow them during the entire time you are working with the S5-135U/155U PLC. If your PLC requires repair, you must observe the Repair Guidelines in Section 4.1.4. Chapter 3 contains the Installation Guidelines with information on interference-free installation of the S5-135U/155U PLC.
  • Page 13: Connector Assignments

    To operate two or more CPUs in multiprocessor mode in your PLC, you will need Chapter 6. Chapter 6 describes multiprocessor operation. This chapter contains all the measures you must take for startup of the PLC in multiprocessor operation. Described in Sections 6.5 and 6.6 are the 923C and 923A coordinators.
  • Page 14: Notes On The Ce Symbol

    Directive 89/336/EEC on “electromagnetic compatibility.” The EC declarations of conformity and the documentation relating to this are available to the authorities concerned, according to the above EC Directive, Article 10 (2), from: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Automation Group A&D AS E48 Postfach 1963...
  • Page 15 Notes on Additional measures are required when using the following modules. Individual Modules A shielded signal cable is required for the following modules: Order Number 6ES5 432-4UA12 Digital input module 432 6ES5 453-4UA12 Digital output module 453-4 6ES5 457-4UA12 Digital output module 457-4 6ES5 482-4UA12 Digital I/O module 482-4 for IP 257 A filter (SIFI C B841213-C-B30 or equivalent) is required in the 230 V AC load voltage supply...
  • Page 16: Notes For Machine Manufacturers

    Notes on Using this Manual and on the CE Symbol Notes for Machine Manufacturers Introduction The SIMATIC programmable controller is not a machine in the sense of the EC Directive on machines. Therefore, there is no declaration of conformity for SIMATIC as regards the EC Directive 89/392/EEC on machines. EC Directive The EC Directive 89/392/EEC on machines controls machine requirements.
  • Page 17: Safety Notes

    SIMATIC-compatible modules have any quality assurance at all or one that is nearly equivalent to ours. These so-called SIMATIC-compatible modules are not marketed in agreement with Siemens; we have never recommended the use of so-called SIMATIC-compatible modules of other manufacture. The...
  • Page 18 Notes on Using this Manual and on the CE Symbol System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 19: Centralized And Distributed Configuration Of A Programmable Controller

    Programmable Controller This chapter contains an overview of the methods of configuring an S5-135U/155U PLC. You will find a description of the types of communication between a central controller and the expansion units, and an overview of the interface modules required for the different types of communication.
  • Page 20: Application

    Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programmable Controller Application The S5-135U/155U programmable controllers comprise a central controller (CC) and, if required, one or more expansion units (EUs). You need EUs when there are insufficient slots in the CC for the modules to be used.
  • Page 21: Centralized And Distributed Configuration

    Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programmable Controller Centralized and Distributed Configuration You can install a PLC in centralized or distributed configuration according to your application. IF ... you wish to position the modules as closely as possible to the CC and can accept longer cable runs to the process, you wish to position the I/O modules as closely as possible to the process and can accept longer cable...
  • Page 22: Installing A Plc With Centralized Configuration

    Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programmable Controller With the distributed configuration, a distinction is made between parallel and serial communication. The main features of these types of communication are as follows: Parallel Serial 2.2.1 Installing a PLC with Centralized Configuration The following table shows which interface modules and connecting cables can be used for connecting the various expansion units to the CC in a centralized configuration.
  • Page 23: Installing A Plc With Distributed Configuration

    Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programmable Controller 2.2.2 Installing a PLC with Distributed Configuration To install a PLC in a distributed configuration, you have a choice of parallel/symmetrical and serial communication. The following table shows which interfaces and connecting cables can be used to connect the various expansion units (EUs/ERs) to the CC in a distributed configuration.
  • Page 24: Examples

    IM 312-5 4 EUs max. IM 312-5 EU183U IM 312-5 EU183U IM 300-5 CC S5-135U/155U Centralized Configuration of an S5-135U/155U with the IM 300 and IM 312 3 ERs max. IM 306 ER 701-1 ER 701-1 IM 306 IM 306...
  • Page 25 Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programmable Controller 6ES5 721-0xxx0 IM 304 CC S5-135U/155U 6ES5 721-0xxx0 Figure 2-4 Distributed Configuration of an S5-135U/155U with the IM 304 and IM 314 6ES5 760-0AB11 IM 312-3 EU 183U EU 183U EU 183U...
  • Page 26 Centralized and Distributed Configuration of a Programmable Controller System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 27: Installation Guidelines

    Installation Guidelines The Installation Guidelines provide you with information for the interference-free installation of the SIMATIC S5-135U/155U programmable controllers. This chapter describes the following: Paths which serve for interference pickup in programmable controllers, and five rules for ensuring electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
  • Page 28: Principles Of Installation Of Systems For Emc

    Installation Guidelines Principles of Installation of Systems for EMC What Does EMC Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is understood to mean the capability of Mean? electrical equipment to operate correctly in a defined electromagnetic environment, without being affected by the environment and without affecting the environment to an unacceptable degree.
  • Page 29 Depending on the propagation medium (conducted or non-conducted interference) and distance from the source, interference can be picked up by the programmable controller via different coupling mechanisms. A distinction is made between the following: Direct coupling Capacitive coupling Inductive coupling Radiated interference System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 30 Installation Guidelines Coupling Shown in the following table are the four different coupling mechanisms, Mechanisms and their causes, and possible interference sources. Typical Interference Sources at a Glance Coupling Mechanism Cause Direct Coupling Direct or metallic coupling always occurs when two circuits have a common conductor Interference Direct Coupling...
  • Page 31 Coupling Mechanism Cause Radiated Interference There is a radiation path when a conductor is subjected to an electromagnetic wave. Impinging of the wave results in Interference induced currents and voltages. Radiation Path SIMATIC S5 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Installation Guidelines Typical Interference Sources Local transmitters (e.g.
  • Page 32: The Most Important Basic Rules For Ensuring Emc

    Installation Guidelines 3.1.2 The Most Important Basic Rules for Ensuring EMC It is often sufficient to comply with a few elementary rules for ensuring EMC. When installing the control system, therefore, observe the following five basic rules. When installing the programmable controllers, provide large-area good quality grounding of the inactive metal parts (see Section 3.2).
  • Page 33 Employ special EMC measures for particular applications (see Section 3.3.4). Fit quenching elements to all inductances which are not controlled by SIMATIC S5 modules. Use incandescent bulbs for illuminating cabinets, and avoid fluorescent lamps. Create a standard reference potential; ground all electrical apparatus if possible (see Sections 3.4 and 3.5).
  • Page 34: Installation Of Programmable Controllers For Emc

    Installation Guidelines Installation of Programmable Controllers for EMC Measures for suppressing interference voltages are often applied only when the control system is already operational and proper reception of a useful signal is impaired. The reason for such interference is usually inadequate reference potentials caused by mistakes in equipment assembly.
  • Page 35: Example Of Cabinet Assembly For Emc

    3.2.2 Example of Cabinet Assembly for EMC The example of cabinet assembly in the figure shows the various measures, the grounding of inactive metal parts and the connection of shielded cables. This example applies only to grounded operation. Follow the points numbered in the figure during assembly.
  • Page 36 Installation Guidelines Grounding strips If there are no large-area metal-to-metal connections, you must connect inactive metal parts such as cabinet doors and supports with grounding strips. These should be short and have a large surface. Cabinet members The cabinet members should have a large-area connection to the cabinet housing (metal-to-metal connection).
  • Page 37: Example Of Rack And Wall Mounting For Emc

    3.2.3 Example of Rack and Wall Mounting for EMC To operate your control system in a low-interference environment whilst observing the permissible ambient conditions (see “Technical Specifications”), you can mount the programmable controllers on racks or directly on walls. Picked-up interference should be given a path to large metal surfaces. You should therefore secure standard sectional rails, shield and protective conductor bars to metal structural elements.
  • Page 38: Wiring Of Programmable Controllers For Emc

    Installation Guidelines Wiring of Programmable Controllers for EMC The following section describes: Routing of cables within and outside cabinets Equipotential bonding between devices Single and double-ended connection of cable shields Checklist for electromagnetically compatible installation 3.3.1 Routing of Cables This section covers the routing of bus, signal and supply lines. The purpose cable routing is to suppress crosstalk between cables laid in parallel.
  • Page 39 Fit these protective devices at the cable entry into the building. Note Lightning protection measures always require an individual assessment of the entire installation. For clarification, please consult your Siemens regional office or a company specializing in lightning protection. Equipotential...
  • Page 40: Equipotential Bonding

    Installation Guidelines 3.3.2 Equipotential Bonding Between separate sections of an installation, potential differences can develop if programmable controllers and I/O devices are connected via a non-floating link, or cable shields are connected at both ends and are grounded at different parts of the system.
  • Page 41: Shielding Of Cables And Lines

    3.3.3 Shielding of Cables and Lines Shielding is a method of attenuating magnetic, electrical or electro-magnetic interference fields. Interference currents on cable shields are given a path to ground via the shield bar which is electrically connected to the housing. A low-impedance connection to the protective conductor is particularly important so that these interference currents themselves do not become an interference source.
  • Page 42 Installation Guidelines Please observe the following points when connecting the shield: Use metal cable clamps for securing the braided shield. The clamps must enclose the shield over a large area and provide a good contact. Connect the shield to a shield bar immediately after the cable entry into the cabinet.
  • Page 43: Special Measures For Interference-Free Operation

    3.3.4 Special Measures for Interference-Free Operation Fitting Quenching As a rule, inductances such as contactor or relay coils controlled by Elements to SIMATIC S5 do not require external quenching elements in the circuit, Inductances because the quenching elements are already integrated in the modules. Inductances should only be fitted with quenching elements when SIMATIC S5 output currents can be switched off by additionally fitted contacts, such as relay contacts.
  • Page 44 Installation Guidelines AC Power A power socket should be fitted in each cabinet for the AC supply to Connection for programmers. The sockets should be powered from the distribution system to Programmers which the protective conductor for the cabinet is also connected. Cabinet Lighting Use incandescent bulbs, such as LINESTRA lamps, for cabinet lighting.
  • Page 45: Checklist For The Electromagnetically Compatible Installation Of Control Systems

    3.3.5 Checklist for the Electromagnetically Compatible Installation of Control Systems EMC Measures Connection of inactive parts Check, in particular, the connections on: Subracks Cabinet members Shield and protective conductor bars Do all inactive metal parts have a large-area, low-impedance interconnection and ground? Is there a satisfactory connection to the ground/protective conductor system? Have insulating layers on painted and anodized surfaces been...
  • Page 46: Power Supplies For Programmable Controllers And I/Os

    Installation Guidelines Power Supplies for Programmable Controllers and I/Os This section describes: Which circuits you must distinguish in the control system and which demands are made on the power supply. Connection and grounding concept with higher-level infeed from grounded, centrally grounded and ungrounded supplies. Connecting the power supply to non-isolated and isolated modules.
  • Page 47: Connecting The Programmable Controller And Load Power

    Ratings of Load The electronic short-circuit protection of digital output modules only Power Supplies responds when 3-times the rated current is exceeded. You should therefore so design the load power supply units that the unit can supply the current required for shutting down in the event of a short-circuit at one output. In the event of short-circuits at digital outputs, if the load power supply is not adequately rated, a current which is higher than the rated current can flow for a longer period without responding of the electronic short-circuit protection...
  • Page 48 Installation Guidelines Load Power Supply For 24 V DC load circuits, you require a load power supply unit with safety separation. If an AC plug is used as the isolating device, the socket must be in the vicinity of the central controller and easily accessible (VDE 0805, 1.7.2).
  • Page 49 Operating a Operation from grounded power supplies offers the best rejection of Programmable interference. Controller with Process I/Os from a Grounded Supply Low-Voltage Distribution e.g. TN-S System Cabinet Control Power Supply L– Protective Conductor Bar in Cabinet 24 to 230 V AC Load Supply for AC Modules 5 to 60 V DC Load Supply for Non-Floating DC Modules...
  • Page 50 Installation Guidelines Operating a In systems with their own transformers or generators, the PLC is connected Programmable to the central ground. A detachable connection should be provided so that Controller with ground faults can be measured. Process I/Os from The PLC should be insulated from cabinet/protective conductor potential. To a Centrally maintain this isolated arrangement, all connected devices must be operated Grounded Supply...
  • Page 51 Operating a In cases in which the higher-level power supply is not grounded, you must Programmable connect the programmable controller to a separate protective Controller with conductor/ground (e.g. foundation ground). Operation of the PLC with Process I/Os from non-floating power supplies is not allowed. an Ungrounded When connecting the power supplies, please note: Supply...
  • Page 52: Connecting Non-Floating Or Floating Modules

    Installation Guidelines 3.4.3 Connecting Non-Floating or Floating Modules Shown in the following sections are the specical features when installing non-floating and floating modules. Installation with In an installation with non-floating modules, the reference potentials of the Non-Floating control circuit (0 V Modules The reference potential of the control circuit (0 V protective conductor terminal and must be connected to the reference...
  • Page 53 Note For 24 V DC digital output modules with electronic short-circuit protection, you must ensure that the reference potential of the load power supply is connected to terminal L- of the module. If this connection is missing (e.g. open-circuit), a typical current of 15 mA can flow at the outputs. This output circuit is sufficient to prevent energized contactors or relays from being released and to energize high-resistance loads (e.g.
  • Page 54: Interference-Free Installation Of Centralized And Distributed Interface Circuits

    Installation Guidelines Interference-Free Installation of Centralized and Distributed Interface Circuits Subjects described in the following sections are the shielding and grounding concept with centralized and distributed interface circuits. Information on component selection, the mechanical arrangement and wiring can be found in the appropriate reference manuals for the interface modules. Note If you use components which are not approved for the installation of a centralized or distributed interface circuit, interference rejection may be...
  • Page 55 With distributed interfacing (IM 304/IM 314 and IM 301/IM 310), ensure that the VDE specifications for laying the protective ground are complied with; distributed interfacing is non-floating. The measures described above are shown in the following figure. If the permissible potential difference between ground points can be exceeded, you must install an equipotential bonding conductor (cross-section copper).
  • Page 56: Interference-Free Connection Of Monitors

    Installation Guidelines Interference-Free Connection of Monitors These sections cover the following topics: Floating connection of cables at video inputs Shielding and grounding concept Information on selecting the components can be found in Catalog ST80. 3.6.1 Interference-Free Connection of a Monitor to the CP of the S5 Controller Operator control and process monitoring systems from the COROS product family can be used with monitor connections.
  • Page 57: Shielding And Grounding

    In these cases, double-shielded coaxial cables (triaxial cables) must be used to transmit the video signals. The inner braided shield of the coaxial cable serves as the return conductor and must not be connected to the shield bar. The outer braided shield provides a path to ground for interference currents and must be incorporated in the shielding and grounding measures.
  • Page 58 Installation Guidelines Shown in the following figure is a simplified representation of the shielding and grounding measures for installing the monitor and PLC. Shield/ Protective Conductor Figure 3-14 Shielding and Grounding for a Distributed Arrangement of Monitor and PLC 3-32 Monitor with Separate Electronics and...
  • Page 59: Selection And Installation Of Cabinets With Simatic S5

    Selection and Installation of Cabinets with SIMATIC S5 The following criteria must be observed when selecting and dimensioning a cabinet: Ambient conditions at the point of installation of the cabinet Clearances for power supplies and subracks Total power dissipation of components in the cabinet The ambient conditions at the point of installation of the cabinet (temperature, humidity, dust, effects of chemicals) govern the required degree of protection of the cabinet (IP XX) as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 60: Types Of Cabinet

    Installation Guidelines 3.7.1 Types of Cabinet The following table provides on overview of the most common types of cabinet. It also shows the principle of heat removal, as well as the estimated, maximum achievable power loss removal and the type of protection* . Open Cabinets Through-ventilation by Increased...
  • Page 61 75 mm min., smaller clearances are possible with a closed cabinet roof and an additional, separate ventilation roof. A maximum clearance of 400 mm is possible (50 mm min.) when devices are connected next to one another. 75 mm min. from obstructions (large apparatus) in the air inlet area. 400 mm minimum installation height above access level for control elements, 200 mm for connections.
  • Page 62 The expansion unit with the greatest power dissipation to be removed should be the upper unit. If subracks of the S5-135U/155U series are installed together with subracks of the S5-90U to 115U series in one cabinet, the rear panels of all subracks must be at the same distance from the rear wall of the cabinet.
  • Page 63: Removal Of Power Dissipation From Cabinets

    Maximum Cabinet Ambient Temperature as a Function of Power Dissipation Note When fitting the subracks of the S5-135U/155U series, the maximum power dissipation which can be removed by the fans must not be exceeded. The maximum removable power dissipation per unit with a supply air temperature of 55 C is 250 W.
  • Page 64: Examples For Determining The Type Of Cabinet

    Installation Guidelines Caution Modules with a hard disk drive can only be used at an ambient temperature of up to 50 C. 3.7.4 Examples for Determining the Type of Cabinet The following example shows the maximum permissible ambient temperature with various cabinet types and the same power dissipation. Example The following equipment configuration is given: Central controller...
  • Page 65: Determining The Power Dissipation Of Modules

    3.7.5 Determining the Power Dissipation of Modules The power dissipation of the modules can be found in the technical specifications of the catalogs or manuals. If these values are not yet incorporated in the technical specifications, they can be easily calculated from the current consumption.
  • Page 66 Installation Guidelines System Manual 3-40 C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 67: Central Controllers And Expansion Units Power Supply Units

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units The S5-135U/155U programmable controller comprises a central controller (CC) and, depending on the configuration, one or more expansion units (EUs). Expansion units are connected when there are unsufficient central controller slots, or when you wish to position I/O modules as closely to the process as possible (see also Chapter 2).
  • Page 68: S5-135U/155U Central Controller

    4.1.1 Technical Description Assembly of a The S5-135U/155U CC consists of a housing with backplane bus to accept Central Controller the individual modules, and a power supply unit with fans to power and cool the modules. Shown in the following figure are the most important parts of a central controller.
  • Page 69 Modules and Slot The following table shows which modules can be inserted at which slots. Assignments in the S5-135U/155U Slot No. 11 19 27 35 43 51 59 67 75 83 91 99 107 115 123 131 139 147 155 163...
  • Page 70 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 1) Allow for particular module widths; additional slots to the right may be occupied (see Catalog ST 54.1). 2) In the CC with Order No. 6ES5 135-3UA41, only at Slot 163 3) Observe jumper setting on the IM 307; interrupt transmission is only possible at Slots 107 to 131. 4) Operation at Slots 27, 43, 59, 139, 147 is only possible with severely restricted functions, because no interrupts are wired.
  • Page 71 – CPU 928B – CPU 928 – CPU 922 Coordinators By using a coordinator, you can configure the S5-135U/155U as a multiprocessor controller with up to four task-oriented CPUs in different combinations. Each CPU processes its program independently of the others.
  • Page 72: Installation

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.1.2 Installation Installing the The S5-135U/155U CC is designed for installation in cabinets, on racks and Central Controller walls. The S5-135/155U CC must only be accessible from the front for connection and maintenance work.
  • Page 73 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units An air supply as shown in the following illustration must be ensured. Exhaust È È È È È È È È È È È È È È È È È È È Rear Panel È...
  • Page 74 The mounting brackets can be fitted to the housing in the following ways: Figure 4-4 Fitting the The dimensions of the modules for the S5-135U/155U PLC comply with the Modules double-height Eurocard format (h x d = 233.4 x 160 mm).
  • Page 75: Release

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Proceed as follows to fit the modules: Step Disconnect the CC from system power. Slacken the two screws with which the locking bar is fixed to the subrack. Pull the locking bar forward to its end stop. If there is a locking pin on the lower part of the module, turn it to the horizontal position.
  • Page 76: Startup

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.1.3 Startup Start up the CC in the sequence of steps given here. This will take you up to the first trial run of the CPU. Given in parentheses are references to the chapters of the manual in which the subject is explained in detail.
  • Page 77 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Startup and The following flowchart provides an overview of the sequence for startup Validity Check and validity check of a CC with CPU inserted and with no user program. For the CPU 948, all steps relating to the memory submodule are skipped. Insert memory submodule in CPU (not with the CPU 948) CPU at “STOP”...
  • Page 78: Repair Guidelines

    Repair of an automation system may only be carried out by the SIEMENS customer service or by qualified personnel (see above). Always disconnect the AC power plug or open the isolating switch before opening the unit. Wait at least 8 minutes before pulling out and opening a power supply unit (see Section 4.2.3).
  • Page 79: Technical Specifications

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.1.5 Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been granted for the central controllers and expansion units: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E85972 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standards Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No.
  • Page 80 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Noise immunity, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) RFI suppression Limit value class Conducted interference on AC supply lines (230 V AC) to EN 61000-4-4 / IEC 1000-4-4 (burst) to IEC 1000-4-5 between two lines ( s pulses) between line and ground ( s pulses) DC supply lines (24 V supply) to EN 61000-4-4 / IEC 1000-4-4 (burst)
  • Page 81: Expansion Units

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Expansion Units This chapter contains information on the application, installation and operation of the following expansion units. Order No. of Expansion Unit 6ES5 183-3UA13 6ES5 183-3UA22 6ES5 184-3UA11 6ES5 184-3UA21 6ES5 185-3UA13 6ES5 185-3UA23 6ES5 185-3UA33 6ES5 185-3UA43...
  • Page 82: Technical Description Of The Expansion Units

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.2.1 Technical Description of the Expansion Units The design of the EUs is comparable to that of the CC: they comprise a compact housing with a type-dependant number of slots for modules and, according to the type of EU, a cable duct, an integral power supply unit or fan subassembly.
  • Page 83 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Modules and slot assignments of the EU 184U Slot No. 11 19 27 35 43 51 59 67 75 83 91 99 107 115 123 131 139 147 155 163 Module type IM 312-5 DI, DQ, AI, AQ...
  • Page 84: Installing The Expansion Units

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.2.2 Installing the Expansion Units Like a CC, the EUs are designed for installation in cabinets, in racks and on walls. To install an expansion unit, therefore, refer to the description for the CC and Chapter 3.
  • Page 85: Power Supply Units

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Power Supply Units Power supply units are part of the S5-135U/155U central controllers and of the EU 183 and EU 185 expansion units. 4.3.1 Product Overview The following section provides an overview of power supply types, their functions, LEDs and controls and their inputs and outputs.
  • Page 86 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Basic Functions The power supply units offer the following functions: System power supply All the system voltages required for operation of the modules in a CC or EU are supplied. Power supply for backup (in the CC and EU 185): A lithium battery or an external battery ensure data backup when the system voltage is switched off or fails.
  • Page 87 Based on the example of the 6ES5 955-3LF41 power supply unit, the Outputs following figure shows the arrangement of inputs and outputs on the front plate of the power supply units: SIEMENS Enable AC line 50/60 Hz Voltage Monitor Power supply...
  • Page 88: Leds And Controls

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units LEDs and Controls Apart from the jumpers, the LEDs and controls of the power supply unit are fitted on the front plate. The following figure shows their locations: SIEMENS Enable AC line 50/60 Hz Voltage Monitor...
  • Page 89: Setting And Connecting The Power Supply Unit

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.3.2 Setting and Connecting the Power Supply Unit Before starting up your power supply unit, you must carry out certain steps according to your requirements with respect to power supply behavior in the event of a fault.
  • Page 90 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Brief Instructions The following table shows the procedure for placing the power supply unit for Startup (PSU) in operation without changing the jumper setting: Stage All activities relating to startup of the power supply units are described in detail on the following pages.
  • Page 91 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Establishing the The power supply unit is delivered with the settings shown in bold print in Jumper Settings the following table. Mark your chosen settings in the right-hand column and use this chart for the subsequent implementation.
  • Page 92: Expansion Units Power Supply Units

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Function Selection Jumper Mains buffering FX-VA 6-22 FX-VA 6-22 FX-VA 6-22 If your selection is the same as all the settings marked in bold print, you need not change the jumper settings. Establishing the Wiring of the power supply unit must be planned within the scope of wiring Wiring...
  • Page 93 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Setting up the The following applies to input EN (Enable Power Supply): Control Input for Input EN monitors the voltage for < 3.6 V; it enables the output voltage at the Power Supply 3.2 V.
  • Page 94 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Removing the Power Supply Unit When to Remove You must remove the power supply unit if you: the PSU change the jumper settings send the power supply unit in for repair. Caution Power supply units may only be removed when power is switched off.
  • Page 95 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Setting the Jumpers Locations of The jumper locations are given in the following figure: Jumpers Setting the To change the jumper settings, it is best to use pincers or a fine screwdriver. Jumpers Proceed as follows to change the jumper settings: You wish to open the jumper,...
  • Page 96 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Fitting the Power Supply Unit Caution For safety reasons, the power supply unit may only be operated in the housing provided for the purpose. The protective conductor must always be connected. How to Fit the PSU After carrying out setting, installation and repair work, proceed according to the following steps to refit the power supply unit in the frame: Step...
  • Page 97 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Starting up with a Lithium Battery When do you Whether or not you require a lithium battery depends on what type of backup Require a Lithium you require for your system. The following table will help you to decide. Battery? You require long backup times and do not want to supply an external backup voltage,...
  • Page 98 Do not throw new or discharged batteries onto a fire and do not solder onto the body of the cell (max. temperature 100 C (212 5F)). Do not recharge them. Order your replacement battery from Siemens only (for order number see ordering instructions). This ensures that you only use a short-circuit-protected type.
  • Page 99 Insert the fan subassembly in the housing with the tab situated at the rear, and swivel it up. Releasing the Fan The following figure shows how to release the fan lock: Lock SIEMENS Unlock System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Action Result When the screwdriver is pulled out, the snap hook is released.
  • Page 100 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Fitting the Filter Subdrawer Option The filter subdrawer with fixing grid, two plug-in guide rails and the corresponding filter mats are available as an option (see the ordering instructions for the order numbers). Where to Fit the To insert a filter, you must secure the filter subdrawer to the lower side of the Filter Subdrawer...
  • Page 101 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Switching on the Power Supply Unit for the First Time Caution If you have set the voltage selector switch to 120 V, but the actual voltage value is 230 V, the power supply unit may be damaged when line voltage is switched on.
  • Page 102: Fault Indications/Fault Diagnostics

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.3.3 Fault Indications/Fault Diagnostics This section explains where and how faults are indicated, and how to interpret the LEDs. Where are Faults Faults of the system power supply, load power supply, battery supply and Indicated? fans are indicated by LEDs on the front plate of the power supply unit.
  • Page 103 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Other Faults Other faults can be indicated by the green LEDs on the front plate going off. LEDs Green LEDs go off and the power supply fails. l f il System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Possible Cause Action...
  • Page 104 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Fans and Fan The following table contains several examples. Monitoring Requirement: Enable EN present, jumper F - R closed Causes LED Indication Air filter/ Fans air flow Fan1 to Fan3 All fans in In order All LEDs dark order...
  • Page 105 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Rechargeable The following table contains several examples. Battery and Battery Monitoring Causes Rechargeable Battery or external Battery supply In Order In Order MA-NA closed MM-NN closed MB-NB open Faulty In Order MA-NA closed MM-NN closed MB-NB open In Order...
  • Page 106: Maintenance And Repairs

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.3.4 Maintenance and Repairs Lithium Battery The lithium battery should be replaced when a battery failure is indicated. The backup times of the lithium battery are given in the following table: backup New battery, backup time in weeks Battery 3 years old,...
  • Page 107 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Replacing the The lithium battery can be replaced without memory loss if the PSU is Lithium Battery switched on, the rechargeable battery is in order or you apply an external (4.5 V) voltage to the “Ext.Batt.” terminals. How to Replace Replace the lithium battery in the following steps: the Lithium Battery...
  • Page 108 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units How to Replace a The following steps are necessary to replace a fan: Step Place one hand under the fan you wish to replace, and use the other hand to insert a screwdriver (DIN 5265, blade width 3.5-6.5 mm) into the unlock fan opening.
  • Page 109 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Releasing the Fan The following figure shows how to release the fan lock: Lock SIEMENS Unlock After Replacement After replacement, press the Reset button, the monitor will become active 6 secs after the Reset button is pressed.
  • Page 110 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Replacing the Rechargeable Battery Location of the The rechargeable battery is situated in the right-hand fan subassembly. Rechargeable Battery Caution Do not place the rechargeable battery in contact with fire or heat and do not short-circuit it.
  • Page 111 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units After Replacement The recharging time for the battery may be up to 46 hours, depending on its state of charge. Please note that backup via the battery is only possible within limits during this time. If the rechargeable battery does not work after replacement, there may be the following faults: “RB low”...
  • Page 112 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Replacing the Filter Mat Inadequate Air If the filter mat is clogged and the power supply unit no longer receives Flow sufficient air, the “Alarm” LED lights up, LEDs for “Fan 1,” “Fan 2” and “Fan 3”...
  • Page 113 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Replacing a Power If it should be necessary to replace the power supply unit in a system during Supply Unit commissioning or during operation, we recommend you proceed as follows: Requirement: Redundant backup, “Spare power supply” without rechargeable battery (standard spare part).
  • Page 114 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Requirement: Redundant backup, “Spare power supply” with rechargeable battery. The lithium battery in the rack in in full working order. Step Disconnect the faulty power supply from the system voltage and remove it. Set the jumpers on the spare power supply according to your needs.
  • Page 115: Description Of Internal Sequences In The Power Supply Unit

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.3.5 Description of Internal Sequences in the Power Supply Unit Given in this section is background information on internal sequences in the power supply unit. Behavior Upon Failure of the System Supply When the System The behavior of the power supply unit after a system supply failure is Supply Fails...
  • Page 116 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Behavior Upon Failure of Fans Failure Indication If a fan fails (its speed decreases) a fault is indicated, i.e. the red LED assigned to the fan lights up: “Fan 1” LED = left fan failed “Fan 2”...
  • Page 117: Technical Specifications Of The Power Supply Units

    The power supply units comply with safety specifications VDE 0805 / EN 60950 / IEC 950 / VDE 0160 and VDE 0106 Part 101. only insured in the installed state see technical specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC is ensured. 120 V (93-132 V) AC...
  • Page 118 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Output 1 Rated output voltage Vo/pN1 Rated output current Io/pN1 Basic load Ripple Spikes Static voltage tolerances – at 95% load variation – at 15% variation of V – at temperature variation / 1K Dynamic voltage tolerances at load surge 50% to 100% I i/oN...
  • Page 119 6 years at 40 C (104 F) approx. 50.000 h at 40 C approx. 50.000 h at 40 C approx. 5.8 kg approx. 5.8 kg 58 dBA 58 dBA See technical specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC o/p3 o/p2 o/pN3 4-53...
  • Page 120 The power supply units comply with safety specifications VDE 0805 / EN 60950 / IEC 950 / VDE 0160 and VDE 0106 Part 101. only ensured in the installed state. See technical specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC is ensured. 24 V DC (19.2 - 33 V) 24 V DC (19.2 - 33 V)
  • Page 121 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Protection and monitoring Voltage Monitor Overvoltage shutdown V o/p1 Undervoltage signal V o/p1 Current limiting for overload Test sockets for Io/p on front plate Signaling section Green LED: “5V o.k.” for V o/p1 Output 2 Rated output voltage V...
  • Page 122 3.6 V 6 years at 40 C (104 F) approx. 50.000 h at 40 C approx. 50.000 h at 40 C approx. 5.8 kg approx. 5.8 kg 58 dBA 58 dBA See technical specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 123: 6Es5 955-3Na12 Power Supply Unit

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 6ES5 955-3NA12 Power Supply Unit Your 135U central controller (6ES5 135-3UA41) contains the following power supply unit (PSU): Type of PSU Designation 6ES5 955-3NA12 (primary/secondary, non-floating) 4.4.1 Technical Description The power supply unit offers the following functions: System power supply All system voltages needed to operate the CC are supplied.
  • Page 124 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units LEDs and Controls The following indicators and controls are arranged on the front plate: DC Line Monitor Output 24V DC Disconnect before removing L+ M power supply! Label Element Fan Fault Red LED The LED lights up to indicate a fan fault.
  • Page 125 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Terminals DC Line Monitor Output 24V DC Disconnect before removing power supply! Label Element Protective conductor terminal for PSU module and housing. Strain reliefs for connecting cables, with metal contact surface for cable shields.
  • Page 126: Setting The Power Supply Unit

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.4.2 Setting the Power Supply Unit Locations of The figure shows the jumper settings when the unit is delivered. Jumpers Connector Functions of the The jumper settings in bold print indicate the status when the unit is Jumpers delivered.
  • Page 127 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Setting the Fan You can set jumper F-R on the power supply units to choose whether or not Monitor the air flow monitor should switch off the internal supply voltage V when a fan fails. Jumper F-R closed: V Jumper F-R open: no V If one or both fans are at standstill, the signaling relay drops out (monitor...
  • Page 128 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Setting the Backup As of Version 6 of PSU 6ES5 955-3NA12, you can set jumper RR-LL to Battery Monitor choose whether the signaling relay (monitor output) should switch in the event of battery failure as well as fan failure: Jumper RR-LL open (state when delivered): relay will signal only a fan failure Jumper RR-LL closed: relay will signal a fan and battery failure.
  • Page 129: Installation

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.4.3 Installation To install the power supply unit, push it into the rack. Press it in firmly until the front plate is at the rack. The spring pressure of the contact elements must be overcome.
  • Page 130: Operation

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.4.4 Operation Before placing the power supply unit in operation, please comply with the following. General Notes on the Power Supply This power supply unit does not have potential isolation between its Unit primary and secondary circuits.
  • Page 131 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Fault Indications/ Power supply faults are indicated via relay contacts and LEDs. Diagnostics The following table shows when the relay contacts are open or closed: Power Supply Switched off In normal operation During fault The LEDs indicate the following faults: “Fan Fault”...
  • Page 132: Maintenance

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.4.5 Maintenance Replacing the Lithium Battery Caution Incorrect replacement of the battery can result in the danger of explosion. It should only be replaced by the same type or an equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Page 133 Do not throw new or discharged batteries onto a fire and do not solder onto the body of the cell (max. temperature 100 C (212 F)). Do not recharge them. Order your replacement battery from Siemens only (for order number see ordering instructions). This ensures that you only use a short-circuit-protected type.
  • Page 134: Technical Specifications

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.4.6 Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals habe been obtained: UL-Recognition-Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 116536 CSA-Certification-Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No.
  • Page 135 (switched off via jumper F-R). 30 000 to 40 000 h typical at 55 40 000 to 50 000 h typical at 30 3.75 kg See technical specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC DIN VDE 0871, A 4-69...
  • Page 136: Fan Submodules

    Connections and The following terminals and LEDs are fitted on the front plate (the front LEDs plate of the -3LA11 is shown as an example): SIEMENS AC line Monitor Output Relay max. AC 230V 250V AC/3A...
  • Page 137 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Caution Observe the appropriate VDE specifications, especially VDE 0100. The terminals at the front are suitable for a conductor cross-section of 4 mm solid or 2.5 mm Position of the DThe figure shows the setting of the voltage selector switch when delivered Voltage Selector (230 V).
  • Page 138: Setting And Connecting The Fan Submodule

    Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units 4.5.2 Setting and Connecting the Fan Submodule Before starting up your fan submodule, you must perform certain steps according to your requirements with respect to fan submodule behavior in the event of a fault. The fan submodule is delivered in the following state: Fitted in the CC or EU frame you ordered AC line voltage set to 230 V...
  • Page 139 Central Controllers and Expansion Units Power Supply Units Selecting Cables The following applies to selecting the cables for the terminals: Terminals Power supply AC line Relay terminals, also suitable to 230 V AC / 3 A Installing and For installing and removing the fan submodule, refer to the instructions in Removing the Fan Section 4.3.2 on the power supply unit.
  • Page 140: Technical Specifications

    VDE 0805 / EN 60950 / IEC 950 / VDE 0160 and VDE 0106 Part 101. Only ensured in the installed state. See technical specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC Is ensured. 110 V AC (93.5-121 V), 24 V DC (20 - 30 V)
  • Page 141 Submodules, Interface Submodules This chapter contains information on the CPUs, memory cards, modules and submodules which you can use in your programmable controller. The following CPUs may be fitted in an S5-135U/155U central controller: CPU 948 CPU 928B CPU 928 CPU 922.
  • Page 142: Cpu 948B -3Ua13 Or Cpu 948B -3Ua23

    CPU 948. Application You can use the CPU 948 in single and multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U central controller (see Chapter 6). There are two versions of CPU 948: The CPU 948-1 offers 640 Kbytes of internal user memory (RAM).
  • Page 143: Installation And Startup

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.1.2 Installation and Startup Jumper Settings There are four system interrupts for interrupt-driven program processing with the CPU 948: INTA/B/C/D (depending on the CPU slot, see also Section 4.1.1) INTE INTF INTG. The interrupts you wish to use must be enabled by inserting the jumper plugs provided.
  • Page 144 Select the correct slot (based on the labelling of the locking bar). Insert the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U CC from slot 11. Push the module evenly into the guide rail until the lever over the locking pin is horizontal.
  • Page 145 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Removal Proceed as follows to remove the CPU: Step Action Release the upper locking bar of the central controller. Release the locking pin of the module. Press the release lever downwards and pull the module forwards and out of the central controller.
  • Page 146 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Controls and The controls and indicators are arranged on the front plate of the CPU Indicators module: CPU 948U BASP STOP S–F RESET RESET Figure 5-2 Fault Indicator LED (red) Receptacle for User Memory Submodule SI1 Interface Fault Indicator LED (red) SI2 Interface Fault Indicator LED (red) RUN LED (green)
  • Page 147 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Mode Switch The mode switch has two settings: In the RUN setting, the CPU 948 processes the user program when the green RUN LED is lit. STOP The CPU 948 goes to the stop state when you switch from RUN to STOP. The red STOP LED then lights up.
  • Page 148 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Status Indicators Given in the following overview are the functions of the RUN, STOP and SYS FAULT status LEDs. The STOP LED indicates a soft stop; the SYS FAULT LED indicates a hard STOP.
  • Page 149 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules LEDs for Fault Given in the following overview are the causes for LEDs lighting up: Indication and Signaling QVZ LED ADF LED ZYK LED BASP LED A detailed description of interrupt and error handling can be found in the CPU 948 Programming Guide.
  • Page 150: Interface Modules

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Fault LEDs SI1 LEDs SI1 and SI2 indicate faults in communication via interfaces SI1 and SI2 and SI2: LED SI1 5-10 LED SI2 Cause Communication is not possible at both interfaces. Internal fault. SI1: No communication possible.
  • Page 151 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Startup The module must be inserted at the correct slot in the central controller. The backup battery must be fitted and in order for the CPU to start. Overall Reset Proceed as follows: Step Action Set the mode switch to STOP...
  • Page 152 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Restart You can also carry out a manual restart of the CPU 948 with the mode switch. The CPU 948 Programming Guide will indicate when a manual restart is permissible. Step Action Set the mode switch from STOP to RUN For maintenance purposes or in the event of a fault, this startup without user program in single-processor operation can serve to establish whether the CPU...
  • Page 153: Cpu

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.1.3 Interfaces of the CPU 948 This section contains information on the interfaces of the CPU 948. PG interface SI1 You can use the PG interface on the CPU 948 either via the front connector or via the 923C coordinator module and the S5 bus.
  • Page 154 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Communication A PG-PLC link via SINEC H1 allows very advanced communication via Backplane Bus between the partners. For example, the user software can be loaded into the with SINEC H1 CPU 948 up to eight-times faster than with serial communication. For this link you will need, in addition to the CPU 948, a CPU 143 (Version 2.1) in the PLC and a PG7xx with SINEC H1 connection and the STEP 5 single-tasking software from Version 6.0 or multi-tasking from Version 2.0.
  • Page 155: Technical Specifications

    Function blocks FB Function blocks FX System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 IP 00 See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC 24 V + 25 %/ –17 % 1.5 A typical 3.4 V...
  • Page 156 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Data blocks DB Data blocks DX Organization blocks OB Integrated special function organization blocks OB Integrated serial interface Optional serial interface Backplane bus Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight 5-16 256, of which 253 are freely available 256, of which 253 are freely available OB 1 to 39 (interfaces for operating system) OB 121, 122, 124-126, 131-133, 141-143, 150, 151, 153, 200,...
  • Page 157: Technical Description

    CPU 948. Application You can use the CPU 948 in single and multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U central controller (see Chapter 6). There are two versions of CPU 948: The CPU 948-1 offers 640 Kbytes of internal user memory (RAM).
  • Page 158: Installation And Startup

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.2.2 Installation and Startup This section explains the installation and removal of the module in the CC, controls and indicators on the front plate of the CPU, and the procedure for module startup. Jumper Settings There are four system interrupts for interrupt-driven program processing with the CPU 948:...
  • Page 159 Select the correct slot (based on the labelling of the locking bar). Insert the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U PLC from the extreme left at slot 11. Push the module evenly into the guide rail until the lever over the locking pin is horizontal.
  • Page 160 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Controls and The controls and indicators are arranged on the front plate of the CPU Indicators module: S5-155U STOP SYS FAULT RÜCKSETZEN RESET URLÖSCHEN OVERALL RESET BASP Figure 5-4 5-20 CPU948 Receptacle for Memory Card Mode Switch STOP...
  • Page 161 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Mode Switch The mode switch has two settings: In the RUN setting, the CPU 948 processes the user program when the green RUN LED is lit. STOP The CPU 948 will go to a soft STOP when you switch over from RUN to STOP.
  • Page 162 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Status Indicators Given in the following overview are the functions of the RUN, STOP and SYS FAULT status LEDs. The STOP LED indicates a soft stop; the SYS FAULT LED indicates a hard STOP.
  • Page 163 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules LEDs for Fault Given in the following overview are the causes for LEDs lighting up: Indication and Signaling QVZ LED ADF LED ZYK LED BASP LED INIT LED A detailed description of interrupt and error handling can be found in the CPU 948 Programming Guide.
  • Page 164 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Fault LEDs SI1 LEDs SI1 and SI2 indicate faults in communication via interfaces SI1 and SI2 and SI2: LED SI1 5-24 LED SI2 Cause Communication is not possible at both interfaces. Internal fault. SI1: No communication possible.
  • Page 165 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Startup The modules must be inserted at the correct slots in the central controller. The backup battery must be fitted and in order for the CPU to start. Overall Reset Proceed as follows: Step Action Set the mode switch to STOP.
  • Page 166 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Restart You can also carry out a manual restart of the CPU 948 with the mode switch. The CPU 948 Programming Guide will indicate when a manual restart is permissible. Step Action Set the mode switch from STOP to RUN For maintenance purposes or in the event of a fault, this startup without user program in single-processor operation can serve to establish whether the CPU...
  • Page 167: Interfaces Of The Cpu 948

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.2.3 Interfaces of the CPU 948 This section contains information on the interfaces of the CPU 948. PG Interface SI1 You can use the PG interface on the CPU 948 either via the front connector or via the 923C coordinator module and the S5 bus.
  • Page 168: Technical Specifications

    Sequence blocks SB Function blocks FB Function blocks FX 5-28 IP 00 See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC 3.6 A typical 3.4 V 10 A typical (at 25 C)
  • Page 169 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Data blocks DB Data blocks DX Organization blocks OB Integrated special function organization blocks OB Integrated serial interface Optional serial interface Backplane bus Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 256, of which 253 are freely available 256, of which 253 are freely available OB 1 to 39...
  • Page 170: Cpu 928B -3Ub21

    Technical Description Application You can use the CPU 928B in single and multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U central controller (see Chapter 6). Up to four CPUs can be used. The CPU 928B is universally applicable, ensuring both very fast bit processing and very fast word processing.
  • Page 171 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules User Memory For storage of your program, user memory in the form of RAM is integrated on the board. You can store up to 64 x 2 For data blocks, the CPU 928B additionally has an integrated DB RAM of 46 3/4 x 2 bytes.
  • Page 172 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Second Interface You can optionally use the second interface of the CPU 928B as: A PG interface (for PG and operator panels) Interface for the RK 512 computer link Interface for data transmission with procedures 3964/3964R Interface for data transmission with the “open driver”...
  • Page 173: Installation And Startup

    Select the correct slot (based on the labelling of the locking bar). Insert the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U from slot 11. Push the module evenly into the guide rail until the lever over the locking pin is horizontal.
  • Page 174 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Removal Proceed as follows to remove the CPU: Step Action Release the upper locking bar of the central controller. Release the locking pin of the module. Press the release lever downwards and pull the module forwards and out of the central controller.
  • Page 175 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Controls and The controls and indicators are arranged on the front plate of the CPU Indicators module: CPU 928B BASP STOP RESET OVERALL RESET Figure 5-5 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Fault Indicator LEDs (red) Receptacle for User Memory Submodule LEDs (green)
  • Page 176 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Mode Switch The mode switch has two settings: In the RUN setting, the CPU 928B processes the user program when the green RUN LED is lit. STOP The CPU 928B goes to the stop state when you switch from RUN to STOP. The red STOP LED then lights up.
  • Page 177 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Status Indicators LEDs for Fault Indication and Signaling QVZ LED System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 STOP Status The CPU is in the RUN state. The CPU is in the STOP state. After a stop request by switch or PG function, the STOP LED is continuously lit because the transition to the STOP state was requested by the user or, in multiprocessor operation, by another CPU, and...
  • Page 178 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules ADF LED ZYK LED BASP LED A detailed description of interrupt and error handling can be found in the CPU 928B -3UB21 Programming Guide. LED SI1 5-38 The user program has referenced an I/O address in the process image under which no module is inserted.
  • Page 179 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Startup The modules must be inserted at the correct slots in the central controller. The backup battery must be fitted and in order for the CPU to start. Overall Reset Step Action Set the mode switch to STOP Switch the system voltage on.
  • Page 180: Technical Specifications

    Data blocks DB Data blocks DX 5-40 IP 00 See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC 24 V + 25 %/ –17 % 0.5 A typical 760 mA max.
  • Page 181 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Organization blocks OB Integrated special function organization blocks OB Integrated serial interface Optional serial interface Backplane bus Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 OB 1 to 39 (interfaces for operating system) See Pocket Guide PG interface Via interface submodules, optionally as V.24, TTY, RS 422A/485 or...
  • Page 182: Cpu 928B

    Technical Description Application You can use the CPU 928B in single and multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U central controller (see Chapter 6). Up to four CPUs can be used. The CPU 928B is universally applicable, ensuring both very fast bit...
  • Page 183 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules User Memory You require a user memory submodule (RAM or EPROM) for storage of your program. You can store up to 64 x 2 data blocks, the CPU 928B additionally has an integrated DB RAM of 46 x bytes.
  • Page 184 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Second Interface You can optionally use the second interface of the CPU 928B as: A PG interface (for PG and operator panels) Interface for the RK 512 computer link Interface for data transmission with procedures 3964/3964R Interface for data transmission with the “open driver”...
  • Page 185: Installation And Startup

    Select the correct slot (based on the labelling of the locking bar). Insert the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U from slot 11. Push the module evenly into the guide rail until the lever over the locking pin is horizontal.
  • Page 186 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Removal Proceed as follows to remove the CPU: Step Action Release the upper locking bar of the central controller. Release the locking pin of the module. Press the release lever downwards and pull the module forwards and out of the central controller.
  • Page 187 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Controls and The controls and indicators are arranged on the front plate of the CPU Indicators module: CPU 928B STOP RÜCKSETZEN RESET URLÖSCHEN OVERALLRESET BASP Figure 5-6 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Receptacle for User Memory Submodule Mode Switch STOP LED (green)
  • Page 188 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Mode Switch The mode switch has two settings: In the RUN setting, the CPU 928B processes the user program when the green RUN LED is lit. STOP The CPU 928B goes to the stop state when you switch from RUN to STOP. The red STOP LED then lights up.
  • Page 189 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Status Indicators LEDs for Fault Indication and Signaling QVZ LED System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 STOP Status The CPU is in the RUN state. The CPU is in the STOP state. After a stop request by switch or PG function, the STOP LED is continuously lit because the transition to the STOP state was requested by the user or, in multiprocessor operation, by another CPU, and...
  • Page 190 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules ADF LED ZYK LED BASP LED A detailed description of interrupt and error handling can be found in the CPU 928B Programming Guide. LED SI1 5-50 The user program has referenced an I/O address in the process image under which no module is inserted.
  • Page 191 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Startup The modules must be inserted at the correct slots in the central controller. The backup battery must be fitted and in order for the CPU to start. Overall Reset Step Action Set the mode switch to STOP. Switch the system voltage on.
  • Page 192: Technical Specifications

    Data blocks DB Data blocks DX 5-52 IP 00 See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC 24 V + 25 %/ -17 % 5 A typical 760 mA max.
  • Page 193 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Organization blocks OB Integrated special function organization blocks OB Integrated serial interface Optional serial interface Backplane bus Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 OB 1 to 39 (interfaces for operating system) See Pocket Guide PG interface Via interface submodules, optionally as V.24, TTY, RS 422A/485 or...
  • Page 194: Cpu 928 -3Ua21

    Technical Description Application You can use the CPU 928 in single and multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U central controller (see Chapter 6). Up to four CPUs can be used. The CPU 928 is universally applicable, ensuring both very fast bit processing (optimized for open-loop tasks) and word processing (optimized for closed-loop tasks).
  • Page 195 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules User Memory For storage of your program, user memory in the form of RAM is integrated on the board. You can store up to 64 x 2 For data blocks, the CPU 928 additionally has an integrated DB RAM of 46 x bytes.
  • Page 196: Installation And Startup

    Select the correct slot (based on the labelling of the locking bar). Insert the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U from slot 11. Push the module evenly into the guide rail until the lever over the locking pin is horizontal.
  • Page 197 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Controls and The controls and indicators are arranged on the front plate of the CPU Indicators module: CPU 928A BASP RESET OVERALL RESET Figure 5-7 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Fault Indicator LEDs (red) Receptacle for User Memory Submodule LED (green) Mode Switch...
  • Page 198 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Mode Switch The mode switch has two settings: In the RUN setting, the CPU 928-3UA21 processes the user program when the green RUN LED is lit. STOP The CPU 928-3UA21 goes to the stop state when you switch from RUN to STOP.
  • Page 199 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules LEDs for Fault Indication and Signaling QVZ LED ADF LED ZYK LED BASP LED A detailed description of interrupt and error handling can be found in the CPU 928 Programming Guide. System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 During direct access or process image update, a module addressed by the program no longer acknowledges although...
  • Page 200 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Startup The module must be inserted at the correct slot in the central controller. The backup battery must be fitted and in order for the CPU to start. Overall Reset Step Action Set the mode switch to STOP Switch the system voltage on.
  • Page 201: Technical Specifications

    Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 IP 00 See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC 0.5 A typical 3.4 V 20 A typical (at 25 C)
  • Page 202: Technical Description

    Technical Description Application You can use the CPU 928 in single and multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U central controller (see Chapter 6). Up to four CPUs can be used. The CPU 928 is universally applicable, ensuring both very fast bit processing (optimized for open-loop tasks) and word processing (optimized for closed-loop tasks).
  • Page 203 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules User Memory You require a user memory submodule (RAM or EPROM) for storage of your program. You can store up to 64 x 2 data blocks, the CPU 928 additionally has an integrated DB RAM of 46 x 2 bytes.
  • Page 204: Installation And Startup

    Select the correct slot (based on the labelling of the locking bar). Insert the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U from slot 11. Push the module evenly into the guide rail until the lever over the locking pin is horizontal.
  • Page 205 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Controls and The controls and indicators are arranged on the front plate of the CPU Indicators module: RÜCKSETZEN RESET URLÖSCHEN OVERALL RESET BASP Figure 5-8 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Receptacle for User Memory Submodule Mode Switch STOP LED (green)
  • Page 206 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Mode Switch The mode switch has two settings: In the RUN setting, the CPU 928 processes the user program when the green RUN LED is lit. STOP The CPU 928 goes to the stop state when you switch from RUN to STOP. The red STOP LED then lights up.
  • Page 207 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Status Indicators System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 STOP Status The CPU is in the RUN state. The CPU is in the STOP state. After a stop request by switch or PG function, the STOP LED is continuously lit because the transition to the STOP state was requested by the user or, in multiprocessor operation, by another CPU, and...
  • Page 208 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules LEDs for Fault Indication and Signaling QVZ LED ADF LED ZYK LED BASP LED A detailed description of interrupt and error handling can be found in the CPU 928 Programming Guide. 5-68 During direct access or process image update, a module addressed by the program no longer acknowledges although either it has acknowledged in single processor operation upon reset of the CPU 928 in the area of the process...
  • Page 209 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Startup The modules must be inserted at the correct slots in the central controller. The backup battery must be fitted and in order for the CPU to start. Overall Reset Step Action Set the mode switch to STOP Switch the system voltage on.
  • Page 210: Technical Specifications

    OB Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight 5-70 IP 00 See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC 3.5 A typical 3.4 V 20 A typical (at 25 C)
  • Page 211: Technical Description

    Application You can use the CPU 922 in single and multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U CC (see Chapter 6). Up to four CPUs can be used. The CPU 922 is particularly suitable for word processing (closed-loop control and arithmetic calculation). Binary signal processing is also possible.
  • Page 212 5.10; order numbers are given in the ordering information. Process Interrupt There is an interrupt line (IR) in the S5-135U/155U PLC for each CPU. It Processing can be used when the reaction to one or more events must occur with higher priority than the reaction to other events.
  • Page 213: Installation And Startup

    Release the upper locking bar of the central controller. Select the correct slot (based on the labelling of the locking bar). Insert the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U from slot 11. Push the module evenly into the guide rail. Secure the upper locking bar.
  • Page 214 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Controls and The controls and indicators are arranged on the front plate of the CPU Indicators module: RÜCKSETZEN RESET URLÖSCHEN OVERALL RESET Figure 5-9 5-74 Grip Receptacle for User Memory Submodule Mode Switch STOP LED (green) STOP...
  • Page 215 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Mode Switch The mode switch has two settings: In the RUN setting, the CPU 922 processes the user program when the green RUN LED is lit. STOP The CPU 922 goes to the stop state when you switch from RUN to STOP. The red STOP LED then lights up.
  • Page 216 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Status Indicators 5-76 STOP Status The CPU is in the RUN state. The CPU is in the STOP state. After a stop request by switch or PG function, the STOP LED is continuously lit because the transition to the STOP state was requested by the user or, in multiprocessor operation, by another CPU, and was not caused by the CPU itself.
  • Page 217 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules LEDs for Fault Indication and Signaling QVZ LED ADF LED ZYK LED BASP LED A detailed description of interrupt and error handling can be found in the CPU 922 Programming Guide. System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 During direct access or process image update, a module addressed by the program no longer acknowledges although...
  • Page 218 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Startup The modules must be inserted at the correct slots in the central controller. The backup battery must be fitted and in order for the CPU to start. Overall Reset Step Action Set the mode switch to STOP Switch the system voltage on.
  • Page 219: Technical Specifications

    Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 IP 00 See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC See Technical Specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC 2.2 A typical 3.4 V 20 A typical (at 25 C)
  • Page 220: Flash Eprom Cards

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 374 Flash EPROM Cards This section provides a summary of the use of the 374 flash EPROM cards (known as the 374 memory cards in the following) in the CPU 948, CPU 928B-3UB21 and CPU 928-3UA21 and of the technical specifications.
  • Page 221: Technical Specifications

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.8.3 Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been obtained: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 85972 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No. 142, Report LR 63533 Supply voltage during a read operation Current consumption during a read...
  • Page 222: Memory Submodules

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 376 Memory Submodules This section provides a summary of the use of the 376 memory submodules in the 928B (up to -3UB12), 928 (up to -3UA12) and 922 CPUs, and of the technical specifications. Note You cannot use the memory submodule 376 for the CPU 928B from version 3UB21, nor for the CPU 928 from version 3UA21.
  • Page 223: Technical Specifications

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.9.3 Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been obtained: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 85972 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No. 142, Report LR 63533 Supply voltage during a read operation Current consumption during a read...
  • Page 224: Notes On Operation

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.10 377 Memory Submodules This section provides a summary of the use of the 377 memory submodules in the 928B (up to -3UB12), 928 (up to -3UA12) and 922 CPUs, and of the technical specifications. Note You cannot use the memory submodule 377 for the CPU 928B from version 3UB21, nor for the CPU 928 from version 3UA21.
  • Page 225: Ram Submodules With Battery Backup

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.10.3 RAM Submodules with Battery Backup RAM submodules with battery backup are used when the contents of the memory submodules must be retained even outside the CPU. You can then remove the battery-backed 377 memory submodule from the CPU without loss of data.
  • Page 226 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Standby Operation In this standby state of the unit the battery-backed RAM submodule is in the CPU; the PLC is switched off (Power Off); the backup battery of the PLC is providing backup of the RAM submodule;...
  • Page 227 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Inserting or Before the RAM submodule with battery backup is started for the first time, Replacing the you must insert the battery provided. This is delivered separately to protect it Backup Battery from premature discharge. Proceed according to the following steps: Step Action Open the upper side of the cover by releasing the snap-on catch.
  • Page 228 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Proceed as follows to replace the submodule battery: Step Action Open the upper side of the cover by releasing the snap-on catch. Slacken the screws on the left and right of the battery. Replace the submodule battery and secure the new battery with screws, observing the polarity.
  • Page 229 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Inserting Since the contents of the inserted RAM submodule are erased with each Programmed overall reset, proceed as follows when using programmed RAM submodules Memory whose contents are not to be erased: Submodules Initial situation: The CPU is in the programmable controller.
  • Page 230: Technical Specifications

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.10.4 Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been obtained: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 85972 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No. 142, Report LR 63533 All 377 Memory Submodules...
  • Page 231 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Submodules with Battery Backup Current consumption (at 5 V) Backup current Backup voltage/ UCMOS Submodule battery Backup time Access time t System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 140 mA max. 13 A typ. 2.7 V to 3.6 V Lithium button cell 3 V/200 mAh Type CR 2430 (LF-1/2W) from VARTA 1 year min.
  • Page 232: Interface Submodules

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11 Interface Submodules The second serial interface of the CPU 928B can be optionally used as: A PG interface (for PG and operator panels) An interface for the RK 512 computer link An interface for data transmission with procedures 3964/3964R An interface for data transmission with the “open driver”...
  • Page 233: Installing And Removing The Interface Submodules

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11.1 Installing and Removing the Interface Submodules To use an interface submodule, you must first install it in the CPU (outside the central controller). Caution Switch off the power supply of the programmable controller before removing the CPU.
  • Page 234 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Removal Remove your interface submodule in the following steps: Step Action Switch off the power supply of your PLC. Remove the CPU from the central controller. Slacken the two locking screws of the submodule and pull it out of the receptacle.
  • Page 235: Pg Submodule

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11.2 PG Submodule By means of the PG submodule, you can use the second interface of the CPU as the PG interface and equally privileged with the first interface. Application The PG submodule can be inserted in the following CPUs: Interface Submodule PG submodule Circuitry...
  • Page 236 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Pin Assignments Given in the following table are the pin assignments of the 15-pin of the PG subminiature D-type connector in the front plate of the PG submodule: Submodule Designation Housing/GND/GND – RxD VPG + 5 V_ + 24 V from bus 0 V GND/GND...
  • Page 237 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Jumper Settings When the PG submodule is delivered, the jumpers are set as shown in the on the PG following figure. As a rule, therefore, you can use the PG submodule Submodule immediately. Figure 5-12 J1 is set to select whether the PG submodule is to be operated in the CPU 928B/CPU 948 or in the CPU 945:...
  • Page 238 Standard cables for connecting the PG submodule in the CPU to the PG are Connecting Cable available from Siemens in various lengths, up to 1000 m. for the PB Order numbers and lengths can be found in the ordering information.
  • Page 239: V.24 Submodule

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11.3 V.24 Submodule The V.24 submodule is used with the RK 512 computer link, data transmission with procedures 3964/3964R, data transmission with the “open driver.” Application The V.24 submodule can be inserted in the following CPU: Interface Submodule...
  • Page 240 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Data Transmission A maximum of 19200 bps is permissible for data transmission with the V.24 Rate submodule. Pin Assignments The following table shows the pin assignments of the 25-pin subminiature of the V.24 D-type connector in the front plate of the V.24 submodule: Submodule Des.
  • Page 241 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Jumper Settings of When the V.24 submodule is delivered, the jumpers are set as shown in the the V.24 following figure. As a rule, you can therefore use the V.24 submodule Submodule immediately. Figure 5-15 You can change over the polarity of the transmit and receive data with jumpers J3 and J5.
  • Page 242 Standard cables for connecting the V.24 submodule of the CPU to the partner ing Cables of the station are available from Siemens in various lengths, up to16 m. V.24 Submodule Order numbers and lengths can be found in the ordering information.
  • Page 243 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Connecting cable: CPU - N10 modem Receiver Transmitter Housing,GND Figure 5-17 V.24 Submodule: Connecting Cable for CPU - N10 Modem System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Modem N10 Transmitter Receiver Shield 5-103...
  • Page 244 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Connecting cable: CPU - DR 210/211, DR 230/231 You can use this connecting cable both with the V.24 and with the TTY submodule. Ensure that you have the same type of interface in the CPU and in the printer.
  • Page 245 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Wiring of a connecting cable for RTS/CTS flow control Receiver Transmitter Housing, GND Figure 5-19 Example of a Connecting Cable: CPU - CPU for RTS/CTS Flow Control System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Transmitter Receiver Shield Housing, GND 5-105...
  • Page 246: Tty Submodule

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11.4 TTY Submodule The TTY submodule is for use with the RK 512 computer link, data transmission with procedures 3964/3964R, data transmission with the “open driver.” The TTY submodule complies with DIN 66 258, Part 1. Application The TTY submodule can be inserted in the following CPU: Interface Submodule ...
  • Page 247 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules The TTY submodule feeds in the current (20 mA) via jumpers in the connector of the standard connecting cable. The 24 V required for generation of loop current is taken from the power supply of the PLC. In the quiescent state, with a correct loop current connection, there should be a flow of 20 mA (= logic 1).
  • Page 248 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Jumper Settings When the TTY submodule is delivered, the jumpers are set as shown in the on the TTY following figure. As a rule, therefore, you can use the TTY submodule Submodule immediately. Figure 5-21 The polarity of the transmit and receive data is changed over with jumpers J1 and J2:...
  • Page 249 Standard cables for connecting the TTY submodule in the CPU to the partner ing Cables for the station are available from Siemens in various lengths, up to 1000 m. TTY Submodule Order numbers and lengths can be found in the ordering information.
  • Page 250 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Connecting Cable: CPU - IM 512 To generate loop current, the IM 512 must be supplied with 24 V at the subminiature D-type connector in the front plate. Receiver Transmitter Housing, GND Figure 5-23 TTY Submodule: Connecting Cable CPU - IM 512 5-110 + RxD...
  • Page 251 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Connecting cable: CPU - DR 210/211, DR 230/231 You can use this connecting cable with both the TTY and the V.24 submodule. Ensure that you have the same type of interface in the CPU and in the printer.
  • Page 252: Rs422 A/485 Submodule

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11.5 RS422 A/485 Submodule The RS422 A/485 submodule is for use exclusively in the RS422 A mode with the RK 512 computer link, data transmission with procedures 3964/3964R, data transmission with the “open driver.” Application The RS422 A/485 submodule can be inserted in the following CPU: Interface Submodule ...
  • Page 253 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Data Transmission A maximum of 19200 bps is permissible for data transmission with the Rate RS422 A/485 submodule when used in a CPU. Pin Assignments Shown in the following figure are the pin assignments of the 15-pin of the RS422 A/485 subminiature D-type connector in the front plate of the RS422 A/485 Submodule...
  • Page 254 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Jumper Settings When the submodule is delivered, the jumpers are set as shown in the on the following figure. As a rule, therefore, you can use the RS 422 A/485 RS422 A/485 submodule immediately. Submodule Figure 5-26 With the jumpers on the switch row X3 you can remove the preset for...
  • Page 255 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules If you unplug the jumpers 12-14 and 4-6, the two-wire line R is not preset and the break state cannot be recognized clearly. With the following jumper setting you can switch over the data direction on the two-wire line R: Jumper 16-18: setting for full duplex operation.
  • Page 256 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules With the following jumper setting you can use the frequency transmitted via the two-wire line S as the receive frequency. Jumper 7-9 removed: frequency on input S is not used as the receive frequency (default).
  • Page 257 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Standard Standard cables for connecting the RS422 A/485 submodule in the CPU Connecting Cables to the partner station are available from Siemens in various lengths, up to for the 1200 m. RS422-A/485 The order numbers and lengths can be found in the ordering information.
  • Page 258: Sinec L1 Submodule

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11.6 SINEC L1 Submodule The SINEC L1 submodule is for use with data transmission via the SINEC L1 bus. Application The SINEC L1 submodule can be inserted in the following CPU: Interface Submodule ... SINEC L1 submodule Circuitry The SINEC L1 submodule is equipped with a transmitter and a receiver for...
  • Page 259 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Pin Assignments Shown in the following figure are the pin assignments of the 15-pin of the SINEC L1 subminiature D-type connector in the front plate of the SINEC L1 Submodules submodule: Designation Housing/GND/GND –...
  • Page 260 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Jumper Settings When the SINEC L1 submodule is delivered, the jumpers are set as shown in on the SINEC L1 the following figure. As a rule, therefore, you can use the SINEC L1 Submodule submodule immediately.
  • Page 261 CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules Connecting Cable If the CPU communicates as master in a point-to-point link with a slave, a for Point-to-Point connecting cable can be used instead of the bus terminal. Communication Shown in the following figure is connecting cable for point-to-point communication from the SINEC L1 submodule in the CPU to a partner.
  • Page 262: Technical Specifications Of The Interface Submodules

    CPUs, Memory Cards, Memory Submodules, Interface Submodules 5.11.7 Technical Specifications of the Interface Submodules Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been obtained: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 85972 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No.
  • Page 263: Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators

    Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators This chapter explains how to install multiprocessor operation in the S5-135U/155U programmable controller and start operations. You will require the 923A or 923C coordinator module. The technical functions of these modules are described. Chapter Section Overview System Manual...
  • Page 264: Introduction

    Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Introduction The S5-135U/155U is a member of the SIMATIC S5 family of programmable (logic) controllers. The PLC can be used both in single and in multiprocessor operation with up to four CPUs. Slots Occupied You can arbitrarily combine the CPUs in the central controller at the CPU slots.
  • Page 265: Starting The Multiprocessor Operation

    Programming Guides. Note As soon as a coordinator is inserted in the S5-135U/155U central controller, all CPUs are automatically in multiprocessor operation irrespective of the number of inserted CPUs. Even if the coordinator is only operated with one CPU, the conditions for multiprocessor operation apply to this CPU (DB 1 required, DX 0 possibly required, etc.).
  • Page 266 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Setting the Shown in Figures 6-1 and 6-2 are the locations of jumpers and switches on Jumpers the modules, at which the settings required for startup must be made. Note The settings of jumpers which are not described in the following text must not be changed.
  • Page 267 on off Mode Switch (RUN,STOP,TEST) off on off on Front View S1, S2, S3 Figure 6-2 Location of Jumper Sockets and Switches on the 923A Coordinator and Front View of Switches S1 to S3 (when Delivered) System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators EP 60 (JR) EP 61...
  • Page 268 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators The individual actions are explained in more detail in the following. Step 1 Setting the number of occupied CPU slots on the coordinator: Number of CPUs used Coded by inserting only one DIL switch S1.4, S1.5 or S1.6 in the front plate recess: (see Figure 6-2) DIL S.
  • Page 269 When the unit is delivered, all communication flag areas are activated (see above): On Coordinator A On Coordinator C Jumper 8 - 9 7 - 10 6 - 11 5 - 12 4 - 13 3 - 14 2 - 15 1 - 16 Jumper inserted: Jumper not inserted:...
  • Page 270 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators You wish to mask out the four communication flag areas with the highest addresses on COR C: EP 60 Figure 6-4 Step 3 Inserting CPUs and coordinator in the central controller: Precondition: The central controller is not yet switched off. Substep Address F200H to F27FH Activated (Jumper Inserted)
  • Page 271 Step 4 Switch the supply voltage on. Possible Faults Symptom: On some CPUs the STOP LED is not lit; the other CPUs are requesting OVERALL RESET. All CPUs are emitting the BASP (output inhibit) signal. Remedy: Check the setting for the number of occupied CPU slots on the coordinator. Are the CPUs inserted at suitable slots? Step 5 Executing an OVERALL RESET on all CPUs:...
  • Page 272 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Step 6 Loading STEP 5 user programs in all CPUs: Recommended precondition: The programs of the individual CPUs have already been tested in single-processor operation. For details of loading STEP 5 blocks and using the different types of memory, please consult the relevant Programming Guides of the CPUs and your PG Manual.
  • Page 273 Step 7 Executing a RESET at all CPUs: Execute a RESET at each individual CPU: Hold the MC RESET setting; simultaneously set the mode switch from STOP to RUN. MC: Momentary-contact Possible Faults Symptom 1: The STOP LED of one CPU flashes slowly. When the control bits of this CPU are read out with the programmer, “DB 1 error”...
  • Page 274 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Step 8 Setting the coordinator mode switch to RUN or TEST: IF ... You do not wish to work in the test mode You wish to work in the test mode (it must be enabled on the coordinator) Test mode and setting: see Section 6.3 Possible Faults Symptom:...
  • Page 275: Coordinator Modes

    Coordinator Modes The Stop State If, when the supply voltage is switched on, the coordinator mode switch is at STOP or another stop request is pending, the CPUs remain in the Stop state. Startup AUTOMATIC RESET or AUTOMATIC RESTART If, when the supply voltage is switched on, the coordinator mode switch is at RUN, an AUTOMATIC RESET or AUTOMATIC RESTART (depending on DX 0 setting) will take place as long as the mode switches of the CPUs are also at RUN and the PLC was previously in cyclic operation.
  • Page 276 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Test Mode Warning Since, in the test mode, no CPU can emit a BASP (output inhibit) in the event of a fault, the test mode must be switched to the inactive state without fail after completion of startup to avoid a critical or even hazardous system state.
  • Page 277: A Coordinator Module

    This section contains information on the application, design and principle of operation of the 923A coordinator. Application The 923A coordinator module is intended for operation in the S5-135U/155U PLC. It is required in multiprocessor operation and has the following functions: Bus arbitration To coordinate multiprocessor operation, i.e.
  • Page 278 Operation The COR 923A cyclically allocates a bus enable signal to each of the two to four CPUs in the S5-135U/155U PLC. Only during this time can the relevant CPU utilize the common S5 bus. The assignment of bus enable signals takes place in time-division multiplex operation.
  • Page 279: Settings On The Coordinator

    Please consult the Programming Guides of the CPUs to program these functions. 6.4.2 Settings on the Coordinator User Control A three-stage mode switch on the front plate serves for user control; it has the settings RUN, STOP and TEST. The functions of the mode switch and its use are explained in Sections 6.2 and 6.3.
  • Page 280: C Coordinator Module

    This section contains information on the application, design and principle of operation of the 923C coordinator. Application The 923C coordinator module can be used in the S5-135U/155U programmable controller and in the EU S5-185U expansion unit. There are three main task areas which are, to some extent, independent: Bus arbitration (only in the central controller) To coordinate multiprocessor operation, i.e.
  • Page 281 The COR 923C cyclically allocates a bus enable signal to each of the two to Operation four CPUs in the S5-135U/155U PLC. Only during this time can the relevant CPU utilize the common S5 bus. The assignment of bus enable signals takes place in time-division multiplex operation.
  • Page 282 The communication flags are located in memory area F200H to F2FFH. The communication flags enable the cyclic interchange of small volumes of data between the CPUs in the S5-135U/155U PLC. The four memory pages serve for the exchange of data blocks between CPUs.
  • Page 283 The semaphores are used to coordinate the CPUs for access to the same I/O address (see Programming Guides, operations SES and SEF). Communication Flags Synchronization Area for Operating Systems Page Memory for Data Blocks Vector Register for Page Selection, Fault Register Figure 6-8 Addressing method for the page memory (vector register) The vector register serves to form subaddresses of several memories in a...
  • Page 284 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Selection Method Station numbers are assigned to all the modules to be served by the for the Serial multiplexer in the unit. These numbers must be within the range 1 to 31 Interfaces (decimal). You set the lowest of these numbers, the base address, with DIL switch S2 in binary code.
  • Page 285: Settings On The Coordinator

    6.5.2 Settings on the Coordinator Indicators and Shown in Figure 6-9 are all the indicators and controls on the front plate of Controls the COR 923C. Setting the Coordination Section: S1.3 to enable/lock out the “Test” mode S1.4 to S1.6 to set the number of CPUs Setting the PG Multiplexer: S2.2 to S2.6: Base address S3.1 to S3.8: Activating the slots to be served by the COR923C...
  • Page 286 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Setting the DIL Switches Note On switch S1, the On position is on the left; on switches S2 and S3, however, it is on the right (see Figure 6-10). Figure 6-10 Coordination You set the number of CPUs present in the PLC with the 3 DIL switches S1.4 Section (Number to S1.6.
  • Page 287 Base address + 0 Base address + 1 Base address + 2 Base address + 3 Base address + 4 Base address + 5 Base address + 6 Base address + 7 Slot No. in the S5 135U/155U S5-135U/155U 6-25...
  • Page 288 Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Example of You wish to reference modules at Slots 11, 59, 75 and 99 in the Address Activation S5-135U/155U PLC via the COR 923C, from base address 10. Setting the base address: Switch S2.1 S2.2 S2.3 S2.4 S2.5 S2.6...
  • Page 289 Jumpers to All the output signals required for coordination (arbitration) can be Switch off the interrupted by removing a jumper plug. This is necessary to operate the COR Coordination 923C as a PG multiplexer in the EU S5-185U. Signals in operation All jumpers of EP 61 closed When the unit is delivered, all jumpers are closed.
  • Page 290: Technical Specifications Of The Coordinators

    Multiprocessor Operation/Coordinators Technical Specifications of the Coordinators Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been obtained: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 85972 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No. 142, Report LR 63533 Degree of protection Operating temperature...
  • Page 291: Interface Modules

    Interface Modules Various interface modules (IMs) are available for communication between a central controller and expansion units, and between expansion units. Interface modules in the central controller are known as EU interface modules; those inserted in an EU are known as CC interface modules. This chapter describes the EU interface modules: IM 300-3, IM 300-5, IM 301-3, IM 301-5 and IM 304 as well as the CC interface modules:...
  • Page 292: The 300 And 312 Interface Modules

    Interface Modules The 300 and 312 Interface Modules The 300 and 312 interface modules are used for centralized connection of I/O modules and signal preprocessing modules (IPs) to a CC via the following expansion units (allowing for possible configurations): EU 183U EU 184U EU 185U (only input/output modules) EU 187U...
  • Page 293 Addressing When the IM 300s are used in the S5-135U/155U PLC, the input/output modules can be addressed in the normal (P) and extended (O) areas. You may only set module addresses in the EU which are not used in the CC.
  • Page 294: Indicators And Controls

    Interface Modules 7.1.1 Indicators and Controls IM 300-3: I/O Module Failure LED This LED lights up if the supply of power to the connected EUs has failed and/or the connecting cable is open-circuit. IM 300-5 (-5CA11): I/O Module Failure LEDs LEDs LD1 and/or LD2 light up if a module inserted in the EU no longer responds to an access by the CPU.
  • Page 295: Modes/Jumper Assignments Of The Im 300

    Purpose of the You must insert an additional jumper 4-13 at location 12 for address setting Jumpers in the extended I/O area (O area). Jumper 1 is open and has no function for operation in the S5-135U/155U PLC. System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 296 Interface Modules Jumper IM 300-5 (-5CA11) Assignments Figure 7-3 You must insert jumper 8-9 at location 4 for address setting in the extended I/O area (O area). All other jumpers must remain in their factory settings. LED1 LED2 Location of Jumpers on the IM 300-5 (-5LB11) (when Delivered) System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 297 Jumper IM 300-5 (-LB11) Assignments Figure 7-4 You must insert jumpers Q1 to Q4 for addressing in the normal (P) area. If you insert jumper Q5, the “I/Os not ready” message will be relayed to the CPU. All other jumpers must remain in their factory settings. Shown in the following figures is the centralized communication between central controller and expansion units, with and without supply of power via the IM 300 and IM 312.
  • Page 298 EU 184U IM312-5 EU 187U EU 184U IM312-5 EU 187U S5-135U/155U IM300-5 Figure 7-6 Centralized Communication Between Central Controller and Expansion Units without a Power Supply Unit The EU with the highest current consumption should be positioned as closely as possible to the CC.
  • Page 299: The 301 And 310 Interface Modules

    The 301 and 310 Interface Modules The IM 301 is used to connect I/O modules and signal preprocessing modules (IPs) to a CC in a distributed arrangement (allowing for possible configurations) via an EU 183U EU 185U (only input/output modules) expansion unit.
  • Page 300: Indicators And Controls

    Interface Modules 7.2.1 Indicators and Controls IM 301: Fault LEDs When the CPU is restarted, the red LED 1 and/or LED 2 lights up if the internal supply voltage (5 V DC) or external load voltage (24 V DC) fails. The IM 310 has no indicators or controls.
  • Page 301: Modes/Jumper Assignments Of The Im 301

    7.2.2 Modes/Jumper Assignments of the IM 301 Jumper Assignments Figure 7-8 You must insert jumper 8-9 at location 7 for address setting on the extended I/O area (O area). All other jumpers must remain in the factory settings. System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 LED1 LED2...
  • Page 302 Interface Modules The following figures show distributed communication between central controller and expansion units via the IM 301 and IM 310. Additional EU 183U (Centralized) EU 183U IIM312–3 760–0AB11 Terminator IM301–3 S5–135U/155U Figure 7-9 Connection of EU 183Us to the Central Controller via the IM-301-3 Additional EU 184U, EU 187U (Centralized) EU 184U...
  • Page 303: The 304 And 314 Interface Modules

    The 304 and 314 Interface Modules The IM 304 and IM 314 are used to connect I/O modules, signal preprocessing modules (IPs) and communication processors (CPs) to a CC in a distributed arrangement via the EU 185U ER 701-3 expansion units. You can also use the IM 304 and IM 314 to connect I/O modules to a CC in a distributed arrangement via the EU 183U...
  • Page 304: Indicators And Controls

    Interface Modules 7.3.1 Indicators and Controls Fault LEDs A FAULT LED lights up if the power supply fails in an expansion unit; if there is no terminator at the last IM 314; in the event of a cable open-circuit or wrong setting of DIL switch S3 for the IM 304;...
  • Page 305: Modes/Jumper Assignments Of The Im 304

    7.3.2 Modes/Jumper Assignments of the IM 304 You must match the IM 304 to the cable length with jumper X11. 9 7 5 3 1 9 7 5 3 1 Jumper Location 10 8 6 4 2 10 8 6 4 2 Cable Length 10m max.
  • Page 306 Interface Modules Purpose of the Jumpers Function Interface X3/X4 – Switched on – Switched off “I/Os not ready” message relayed – no – yes “I/Os not ready” message when – 1 interface not ready – 2 interfaces not ready Set cable length between 304 / 314 –...
  • Page 307: Modes/Jumper Assignments Of The Im 314

    7.3.3 Modes/Jumper Assignments of the IM 314 Jumper Set the jumpers according to the expansion unit in use. Assignments Operation in the EU 185U Operation in the ER 701-2, ER 701-3 (S5-115U) Figure 7-13 Location of Jumpers on the IM 314 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Operation in the EU1 83U...
  • Page 308 Interface Modules Setting the Addresses I/O Area Address Switch Setting P area: F000 - F0FF O area: F100 - F1FF IM3 area:FC00 - FCFF IM4 area:FD00 - FDFF *) Factory setting The I/O area address is set on the IM 314. This setting applies only to the digital and analog I/O modules.
  • Page 309 IM 312–3 EU 183U IIM 314 EU 183U IM 300–3 EU 185U S5–135U/155U IM304 Figure 7-14 Communication Between Central Controller and Expansion Units via the IM 304/IM 314 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Additional EU 184U, EU 187U (Centralized) IM 312–3 EU 183U IM 314 IM 314 IM 300–3...
  • Page 310: Technical Specifications

    Interface Modules Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been obtained: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E85972 and E116536 for the IM 300-5LB11 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No. 142, Report LR 63533C and LR 48323 for the IM 300-5LB11 Given in the following are the technical specifications of the IMs and pin assignments of the connecting cable and terminator.
  • Page 311 50 . . 34 Connector Bundle 50-Way Terminal ID Sheath No. 16 Green No. 17 Yellow No.18 Brown No.19 Black No.20 Blue No.21 – Figure 7-15 Conductor Assignments of the 721 Connecting Cable System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 . 17 . 50 Core ID Foil Color...
  • Page 312 Interface Modules 7.4.2 6ES5 7602 Terminator The IM 314 of the last expansion unit of each run is terminated with the 6ES5 760-1AA11 terminator. The IM 312 and IM 301-3 (with a free centralized connection) is terminated with the 6ES5 760-0AB11 terminator. The IM 301-3 (with a free distributed connection) is terminated with the 6ES5 760-0AA11 terminator.
  • Page 313: Digital Input/Output Modules

    Digital Input/Output Modules Described in this chapter are the installation, wiring and operation of digital input modules and digital output modules. The 432 digital input module and the 482 digital input/output module have special features. These are discussed in separate sections. The technical specifications and front connector assignments for the individual modules are shown at the end of this chapter.
  • Page 314 Section 8.4. I/O Modules Digital input and digital output modules are I/O modules which allow the processing of widely differing process signals with the S5-135U/155U programmable controller. They can also be used via an adapter casing in the S5-115U PLC.
  • Page 315 Digital Input A digital input module converts the process signals to the internal signal Modules level in the module. Interference is suppressed by the input circuitry, and the logic states at the inputs are indicated with LEDs on the front strip of the module.
  • Page 316: Design

    Digital Input/Output Modules 8.1.1 Design The modules are designed as plug-in PCBs for central controllers and expansion units with backplane connector and with a blade connector to accept a plug-in front connector. The front connector has screw or crimp terminals and is available separately; you can connect the process signal lines to it directly.
  • Page 317: Function Of The Enable Inputs

    8.1.2 Function of the Enable Inputs The digital input/output modules have an enable circuit. You can use the enable inputs to implement electrical interlocks for certain modules or switch off individual modules, whilst the PLC is in operation. This means that: The module can no longer be addressed by the user program.
  • Page 318 Digital Input/Output Modules Jumper inserted: Jumper open: With Enable Input If removal and insertion of modules during operation is not required, you Switched Off must remove the plug-in jumper for changeover of the enable mode. Wiring of the enable inputs (F+/F-) can then be dispensed with. Examples of Almost power-free shutdown of individual subprocesses, i.e.
  • Page 319 Separate or When there is a need to switch off the load power supply separately without Common affecting the enabling of modules, there are the following possibilities for Shutdown of the producing the enable voltage. These exist even when the power supply is CC/EU and Load used without an additional capacitor and common shutdown.
  • Page 320: Special Features Of The 432 Digital Input Module

    Digital Input/Output Modules 8.1.3 Special Features of the 432 Digital Input Module The 432 digital input module accepts 32 process signals and emits a process alarm if the logic state at one of its inputs changes. You can operate the module in the following modes: Modes without process alarm (“normal”...
  • Page 321 Operation with To operate the 432 digital input module with process alarm via an interrupt, Process Alarm via you must either operate it in the CC where only certain slots have interrupt Interrupt lines (see Chapter 4), or in an interrupt-capable EU connected to the CC with IM 307 - IM 317 interfacing (see also the IM 307 - IM 317 manual).
  • Page 322 Digital Input/Output Modules IR-A IR-B IR-C IR-D IR-E IR-F : OFF IR-G : ON Process Interrupt via IR-C Figure 8-4 Switch Settings for Operation with Process Alarm via Interrupt (Example) Operation with In this mode, a process alarm is initiated via input byte IB 0. This mode is Process Alarm only possible in conjunction with a CPU 948 in single-processor operation.
  • Page 323 Only the flag word (FW) may be accessed during the cyclic program. Accessing the I/O bytes in the process image will result in alarm loss. Addressing of the module must therefore be above address 127. Double accessing of I/O bytes, even from different CPUs, is not permissible (alarm loss).
  • Page 324 The DI/DQ 482 digital input/output module is an I/O module which allows the processing of process signals in conjunction with the IP 257, with the S5-135U/155U PLC and the EU 185U (see the IP 257 manual). Described in the following is the operation of the DI/DQ 482 without IP 257.
  • Page 325 Changeover of the The operation of Channels 1.0 to 1.7 as inputs or outputs merely depends on I/O byte the user program. You define the byte as an input with a read access to the DI/DQ; you define the byte as an output with a write access. The double-function of the byte also allows the output byte to be read out.
  • Page 326: Setting The Module Address

    Digital Input/Output Modules Installation and Startup This section describes how to prepare digital input/output modules for installation, and how to install and wire them. 8.2.1 Setting the Module Address You set the module address on the addressing switch. This also establishes the necessary assignments between user program and process connection.
  • Page 327 On Setting (Switch Pressed) Figure 8-7 The address byte under which the module is referenced by the STEP 5 program is independent of the slot. Start Address For modules with 16 or 32 inputs or outputs, i.e. 2 or 4 bytes, only the lowest address (start address) is set for the first byte.
  • Page 328 Digital Input/Output Modules Example Digital input module with 8 inputs (IB 23) or digital output module with 8 outputs (QB 23). The address is the sum of binary significances set with the individual coding switches: On Setting (Switch Pressed) Example Digital input module with 32 inputs (IB 80) or digital output module with 32 outputs (QB 80).
  • Page 329 The following table is an overview of settings for addressing digital input/output modules. Significance Byte Address 8 Channels 16 Channels 32 Channels 1) Address range for digital input and digital output modules whose signals are not routed via the process image. System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Digital Input/Output Modules...
  • Page 330: Removing And Inserting Modules

    Digital Input/Output Modules 8.2.2 Removing and Inserting Modules Warning When removing and inserting the front connector during operation, hazardous voltages of more than 25 V AC or 60 V DC may be present at the module pins. When this is the case at the front connector, live modules may only be replaced by electrical specialists or trained personnel in such a way that the module pins are not touched.
  • Page 331 Remove a digital input/output module as follows: Step Action Release the upper locking bar on the subrack and swivel it up- wards and out. Slacken the screw in the upper part of the front connector. This causes the front connector to be pressed out of the female connector of the module.
  • Page 332: Marking Of Modules

    Digital Input/Output Modules 8.2.3 Marking of Modules For the marking of modules and front connectors, a set of labels is supplied with the modules for the labeling, and a set of labels with the addresses is supplied with the central controller. Figure 8-9 shows the locations of the labels.
  • Page 333: Connecting The Signal Lines

    8.2.4 Connecting the Signal Lines The modules have 20 or 42-way blade connectors with contact blades measuring 2.4 x 0.8 mm. Front connectors for 20 and 40 mm mounting width with crimp connection and 40 mm mounting width with screw connection are provided to connect the signal lines (screwdriver blade width: 3.5 mm, maximum torque: 0.8 Nm).
  • Page 334: Connection Of Outputs In Parallel And Switching On The Load Via A Contact

    Digital Input/Output Modules 8.2.5 Connection of Outputs in Parallel and Switching On the Load via a Contact Caution The parallel connection of outputs to increase the load is not permissible. Digital Output Outputs of modules with the same load voltage supply may be connected in Modules for DC parallel without additional circuitry.
  • Page 335 The load can also be switched via a contact. Manual Output 1 Load Figure 8-11 Parallel Connection of Outputs for AC Voltage Outputs Connection of Given here are two examples of the feeding of inputs and outputs of different Input/Output modules from two power supply units.
  • Page 336: Short-Circuit Protection And Fusing

    Digital Input/Output Modules With isolated input/output modules the supply voltage is applied separately to the individual modules. e.g.430 DI e.g.431 230V Figure 8-13 Feeding of Isolated Input/Output Modules from Two Power Supply Units With isolated modules, the inputs or outputs can be fed from two separate power supply units in isolation groups created by the internal distribution in the module.
  • Page 337: Arc-Quenching For Inductive Loads

    8.2.7 Arc-Quenching for Inductive Loads Note Digital output modules have integrated circuits on the module to quench inductive loads (refer to the technical specifications of the output modules). Exception: The 458 digital output module allows the switching of inductive loads with contact protection submodules. The integrated circuits on the modules for quenching inductive loads are disabled if the load circuits are interrupted, either operationally by contacts and switches,...
  • Page 338: Common Technical Specifications

    Digital Input/Output Modules External External quenching circuitry is needed when Quenching the switching frequency of an output is greater than that specified in the Circuitry technical specifications (thermal stress of the integrated circuit for quenching inductive loads); disconnection of output lines can be expected; disconnection of the supply line can be expected.
  • Page 339 Two-Wire Switches With two-wire switches and AC voltage outputs: Disconnection of the supply voltage during operation is not permissible without additional protective circuitry. Quenching of the inductive load is achieved here via the load power supply unit or system. Since, as two-wire switches, the outputs have no L-/N (0 V ground) terminal, the inductive load cannot be quenched on the module when the supply line is disconnected.
  • Page 340 Digital Input/Output Modules Common Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been obtained for all the modules listed in this chapter: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 85972 CSA Certification Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No.
  • Page 341 Terminals Rated DC voltage of module Reference potential for DC voltage Rated AC voltage of module Reference potential for AC voltage Permissible line length for digital output modules Enable inputs Short-circuit signaling output (only when the short- circuited output is at logic 1) Max.
  • Page 342: Specification Sheets For The Modules

    Digital Input/Output Modules Specification Sheets for the Modules The common technical specifications are given in Section 8.3. 8.4.1 6ES5 420-4UA13/4UA14 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current Input frequency Delay time Input resistance...
  • Page 343 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines 1I0.0 1I0.1 1I0.2 1I0.3 1I0.4 1I0.5 1I0.6 1I0.7 1I1.0 1I1.1 1I1.2 1I1.3 1I1.4 1I1.5 1I1.6 1I1.7 1I2.0 1I2.1 1I2.2 1I2.3 1I2.4 1I2.5 1I2.6 1I2.7 1I3.0 1I3.1 1I3.2 1I3.3 1I3.4 1I3.5 1I3.6...
  • Page 344 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.2 6ES5 430-4UA13/4UA14 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current Input frequency Delay time Input resistance Coincidence factor (total load capability) Permissible line length Power supply Digital section from system bus Supply voltage for 2-wire BERO...
  • Page 345 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– F– 1I0.0 1I0.1 1I0.2 1I0.3 1I0.4 1I0.5 1I0.6 1I0.7 1I1.0 1I1.1 1I1.2 1I1.3 1I1.4 1I1.5 1I1.6 1I1.7 L– 1I2.0 1I2.1 1I2.2 1I2.3 1I2.4 1I2.5 1I2.6 1I2.7 1I3.0 1I3.1 1I3.2 1I3.3...
  • Page 346 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.3 6ES5 431-4UA12 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current Input frequency Delay time Coincidence factor (total load capability) Permissible line length Power supply Digital section from system bus Supply voltage for 2-wire BERO Power dissipation (rated operation)
  • Page 347 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– F– 1I0.0 1L– 1I0.0 – 2I0.1 2L– 2I0.1 – 3I0.2 3L– 3I0.2 – 4I0.3 4L– 4I0.3 – 5I0.4 5L– 5l0.4 – 6I0.5 6L– 6I0.5 – 7I0.6 7L– 7I0.6 –...
  • Page 348 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.4 6ES5 432-4UA12 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current Input frequency Delay time Input resistance Coincidence factor (total load capability) Permissible line length Power supply Digital section from system bus Supply voltage for 2-wire BERO...
  • Page 349 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines LED Pin L– F– 1I0.0 1I0.1 1I0.2 1I0.3 1I0.4 1I0.5 1I0.6 1I0.7 1L– 2I1.0 2I1.1 2I1.2 2I1.3 2I1.4 2I1.5 2I1.6 2I1.7 2L– 3I2.0 3I2.1 3I2.2 3I2.3 3I2.4 3I2.5 3I2.6 3I2.7 3L–...
  • Page 350 Digital Input/Output Modules Labeling for module cover: Mark the switch settings in the free fields. Master (on) Slave (off) Byte 3 ms Edge Trigger Byte Master submodule (Jumper X3 on) Data- without Slave Slave Slave Slave Slave Slave 8-38 Delay-Time 1 ms 0.3 ms Group Signal...
  • Page 351 8.4.5 6ES5 434-4UA12 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage (LH+) Rated input voltage (L+) Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage TTL: for logic 0 for logic 1 CMOS: for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current TTL: for logic 0 for logic 1 CMOS: for logic 0...
  • Page 352 Digital Input/Output Modules Connection for supply voltage, jumpers and sensor supply in groups of 2 bytes (16 inputs each) Byte 0 + 1 1L+ Terminal 3 Byte 2 + 3 2L+ Terminal 24 Type of Sensor NAMUR Connect to L+ (24 V supply) CMOS open...
  • Page 353 Sensors with TTL- and/or Connection of NAMUR Sensors CMOS Outputs Sensor Supply +/– Sensor Supply LH+ from L+ = 24V CMOS Connection of Process Signal Connection of Lines Process Signal Lines L– L– F– TTL/CMOS 1I0.0 NAMUR 1I0.1 1I0.2 1I0.3 1I0.4 1I0.5 1I0.6...
  • Page 354 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.6 6ES5 435-4UA12 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current bei AC 48 V bei AC 60 V Input current for 2-wire BERO for logic 0 for logic 1 Input frequency...
  • Page 355 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines F– 1I0.0 1I0.1 1I0.2 1I0.3 1I0.4 1I0.5 1I0.6 1I0.7 2I1.0 2I1.1 2I1.2 2I1.3 2I1.4 2I1.5 2I1.6 2I1.7 Green LED (status indicator) F+/F- = Enable input (jumper in front connector) Changeover of enable mode with jumper X20: Jumper inserted = Enable input active (factory setting) Jumper open = Enable input inactive.
  • Page 356 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.7 6ES5 436-4UA12 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current at 115 V AC at 230 V AC Input frequency Delay time for positive-going edge for negative-going edge Input resistance Coincidence factor (total load capability)
  • Page 357 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines F– 1I0.0 1I0.1 1I0.2 1I0.3 1I0.4 1I0.5 1I0.6 1I0.7 2I1.0 2I1.1 2I1.2 2I1.3 2I1.4 2I1.5 2I1.6 2I1.7 Green LED (status indicator) F+/F- = Enable input (jumper in front connector) Changeover of enable mode with jumper X20: Jumper inserted = Enable input active (factory setting) Jumper open = Enable input inactive.
  • Page 358 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.8 6ES5 436-4UB12 Digital Input Module Rated input voltage Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current at 115 V AC at 230 V AC Input frequency Delay time for positive-going edge for negative-going edge Input resistance Coincidence factor (total load capability)
  • Page 359 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines F– 1I0.0 2I0.1 3I0.2 4I0.3 5I0.4 6I0.5 7I0.6 8I0.7 Green LED (status indicator) F+/F- = Enable input (jumper in front connector) Changeover of enable mode with jumper X20: Jumper inserted = Enable input active (factory setting) Jumper open = Enable input inactive.
  • Page 360 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.9 6ES5 441-4UA13/4UA14 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L+ Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1 for logic 0 Switching current (resistive, inductive load) Residual current at logic 0 Switching current for lamps Switching frequency with resistive load...
  • Page 361 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– 1Q0.0 1Q0.1 1Q0.2 1Q0.3 1Q0.4 1Q0.5 1Q0.6 1Q0.7 1Q1.0 1Q1.1 1Q1.2 1Q1.3 1Q1.4 1Q1.5 1Q1.6 1Q1.7 H– 2Q2.0 2Q2.1 2Q2.2 2Q2.3 2Q2.4 2Q2.5 2Q2.6 2Q2.7 2Q3.0 2Q3.1 2Q3.2 2Q3.3 2Q3.4...
  • Page 362 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.10 6ES5 451-4UA13/4UA14 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L+ Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1 for logic 0 Switching current (resistive, inductive load) Residual current at logic 0 Switching current for lamps Switching frequency with resistive load...
  • Page 363 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– F– 1Q0.0 1Q0.1 1Q0.2 1Q0.3 1Q0.4 1Q0.5 1Q0.6 1Q0.7 1Q1.0 1Q1.1 1Q1.2 1Q1.3 1Q1.4 1Q1.5 1Q1.6 1Q1.7 L– L– H– 2Q2.0 2Q2.1 2Q2.2 2Q2.3 2Q2.4 2Q2.5 2Q2.6 2Q2.7 2Q3.0 2Q3.1...
  • Page 364 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.11 6ES5 453-4UA12 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L+ Number of outputs (decoupled via diodes) Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1: (L+)-Switch (L–)-Switch for logic 0: (L+)-Switch (L–)-Switch Switching current (resistive, inductive load) Residual current at logic 0 Switching current for lamps Switching frequency...
  • Page 365 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– F– 1Q0.0 1L– – 1Q0.0 2Q0.1 2L– – 2Q0.1 3Q0.2 3L– – 3Q0.2 4Q0.3 4L– – 4Q0.3 5Q0.4 5L– – 5Q0.4 6Q0.5 6L– – 6Q0.5 7Q0.6 7L– –...
  • Page 366 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.12 6ES5 454-4UA13/4UA14 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L+ Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1 for logic 0 Switching current (resistive, inductive load) Residual current at logic 0 Switching current for lamps Switching frequency with resistive load...
  • Page 367 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– F– 1Q0.0 1Q0.1 1Q0.2 1Q0.3 2Q0.4 2Q0.5 2Q0.6 2Q0.7 L– Short- Circuit H– 3Q1.0 3Q1.1 3Q1.2 3Q1.3 4Q1.4 4Q1.5 4Q1.6 4Q1.7 L– L– Green LED (status indicator) Red LED (short-circuit indicator) F+/F- = Enable input...
  • Page 368 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.13 6ES5 455-4UA12 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1 for logic 0 Residual current at logic 0 Switching current (resistive, inductive load) ventilated not ventilated Switching current for lamps...
  • Page 369 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines F– 1Q0.0 1Q0.1 1Q0.2 1Q0.3 1Q0.4 1Q0.5 1Q0.6 1Q0.7 2Q1.0 2Q1.1 2Q1.2 2Q1.3 2Q1.4 2Q1.5 2Q1.6 2Q1.7 Green LED (status indicator) Red LED (short-circuit indicator) F+/F– = Enable input Changeover of enable mode with jumper X20: Jumper inserted = Enable input active (factory setting) Jumper open = Enable input inactive.
  • Page 370 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.14 6ES5 456-4UA12 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1 for logic 0 Residual current at logic 0 Switching current (resistive, inductive load) ventilated not ventilated Switching current for lamps...
  • Page 371 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines F– 1Q0.0 1Q0.1 1Q0.2 1Q0.3 1Q0.4 1Q0.5 1Q0.6 1Q0.7 2Q1.0 2Q1.1 2Q1.2 2Q1.3 2Q1.4 2Q1.5 2Q1.6 2Q1.7 Green LED (status indicator) Red LED (short-circuit indicator) F+/F– = Enable input Changeover of enable mode with jumper X20: Jumper inserted = Enable input active (factory setting) Jumper open = Enable input inactive.
  • Page 372 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.15 6ES5 456-4UB12 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1 for logic 0 Residual current at logic 0 Switching current (resistive, inductive load) ventilated not ventilated Switching current for lamps...
  • Page 373 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines F– 1Q0.0 2Q0.1 3Q0.2 4Q0.3 5Q0.4 6Q0.5 7Q0.6 8Q0.7 Green LED (status indicator) Red LED (short-circuit indicator) F+/F– = Enable input (jumper in front connector) Changeover of enable mode with jumper X20: Jumper inserted = Enable input active (factory setting) Jumper open = Enable input inactive.
  • Page 374 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.16 6ES5 457-4UA12 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L+ Number of outputs (decoupled via diodes) Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output voltage for logic 1: (L+)-Switch (L–)-Switch for logic 0: (L+)-Switch (L–)-Switch Switching current (resistive, inductive load) Residual current at logic 0 Switching current for lamps Switching frequency...
  • Page 375 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– F– 1Q0.0 1L– – 1Q0.0 2Q0.1 2L– – 2Q0.1 3Q0.2 3L– – 3Q0.2 4Q0.3 4L– – 4Q0.3 5Q0.4 5L– – 5Q0.4 6Q0.5 6L– – 6Q0.5 7Q0.6 7L– –...
  • Page 376 Digital Input/Output Modules 8.4.17 6ES5 458-4UA12 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage Fusing Output Service life of contacts Switching capacity with resistive load with RC element module without RC element module Switching current with inductive load with RC element module and external suppressor circuit...
  • Page 377 Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines L– F– 1Q0.0 – 1Q0.0 2Q0.1 – 2Q0.1 3Q0.2 – 3Q0.2 4Q0.3 – 4Q0.3 5Q0.4 – 5Q0.4 6Q0.5 – 6Q0.5 7Q0.6 – 7Q0.6 8Q0.7 – 8Q0.7 L– L– 9Q1.0 –...
  • Page 378 Digital Input/Output Modules External Suppressor Circuitry for Inductive Load For DC Voltage: Current Sinking 60V DC max. L– Switching to P 60 V DC max. L– 48 V For AC Voltage: 8-66 Front Strip Load Diode 100V,1A Diode 100V,1A Load Z.
  • Page 379 8.4.18 6ES5 458-4UC11 Digital Output Module Rated supply voltage L Number of outputs Isolation Range for supply voltage of the relays Ausgang Service life of contacts Switching capacity of the contacts with resistive load with inductive load Max. rating per group P0/P1 Switching frequency with resistive load with inductive load...
  • Page 380 Digital Input/Output Modules Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram of Process Signal Module Inputs Lines LED Pin L– F– 1Q0.0 1Q0.1 1Q0.2 1Q0.3 1Q0.4 1Q0.5 1Q0.6 1Q0.7 L– L– 2Q1.0 2Q1.1 2Q1.2 2Q1.3 2Q1.4 2Q1.5 2Q1.6 2Q1.7 Green LED (status indicator) F+/F- = Enable input P0/M0 =...
  • Page 381 8.4.19 6ES5 482-4UA11 Digital Input/Output Module Rated supply voltage L+ Rated input voltage Inputs Number of inputs Isolation Input voltage for logic 0 for logic 1 Rated input current Delay time Input resistance Coincidence factor (total load capability) Permissible line length Supply voltage for 2-wire BERO Power supply Digital section from system bus...
  • Page 382 Digital Input/Output Modules Connection of Process Signal Lines F– 1Q0.0 1Q0.1 1Q0.2 1Q0.3 1Q0.4 1Q0.5 1Q0.6 1Q0.7 SYNIN 1Q1.0 1Q1.1 1Q1.2 1Q1.3 1Q1.4 1Q1.5 1Q1.6 1Q1.7 L– L– 1I2.0 1I2.1 1I2.2 1I2.3 1I2.4 1I2.5 1I2.6 1I2.7 L– SYNOUT 1I3.0 1I3.1 1I3.2 1I3.3 1I3.4...
  • Page 383: Analog Input/Output Modules

    Analog Input/Output Modules Described in this chapter are the installation, wiring and operation of analog input modules and analog output modules. The individual modules have special features. These are discussed in separate sections. Chapter Section Overview System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Description Technical Description Common Technical Specifications The 460 Analog Input Module...
  • Page 384: Technical Description

    Yes/8 outputs from 0 V I/O Modules Analog input and analog output modules are I/O modules for the input/output of widely differing, analog process signals for the S5-135U/155U programmable (logic) controller. These I/O modules allow the creation of control systems which require the processing of analog measured variables or continuous input to actuators.
  • Page 385: Common Technical Specifications

    Common Technical Specifications Important for the USA and Canada The following approvals have been issued: UL Listing Mark Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 508, Report E 85972 and E116536 for the 466-7LA11 analog input module CSA Certification Mark Mark Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C 22.2 No. 142, Report LR 63533C and LR 48323 for the 466-7LA11 analog input module Address range...
  • Page 386: The 460 Analog Input Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules The 460 Analog Input Module 9.3.1 Design The modules are designed as plug-in PCBs for central controllers and expansion units with a backplane connector and with a blade connector to accept a plug-in front connector. You can directly connect the process signal lines to the front connector, which is available separately, with screw or crimp terminals.
  • Page 387 Enable Input The enable circuit requires an external 24 V voltage at enable inputs F+/F- in the front connector. If there is no voltage at F+/F-, the modules will not acknowledge. When the front connector is swivelled away from the front strip of the module, the supply of power to the enable input is interrupted, i.e.
  • Page 388 Analog Input/Output Modules Configuring You must observe the following when configuring systems: Switching on Switching off Switching off the You should observe the following instructions for switching off CCs and equipment for supplying power to the enable inputs. Separate or When there is a need to switch off the load power supply separately without Common affecting the enabling of modules, there are the following possibilities for...
  • Page 389 24 V supply for CC/EU and I/Os 24 V DC Supply for the enable inputs from: a) Battery b) Terminals for 24 V on the front plate of the power supply Common Proper functioning is ensured if the 24 V load power supply has an output Shutdown of the capacitance of at least 4700 F per 10 A of load current.
  • Page 390: Special Features Of The 460 Analog Input Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.3.3 Special Features of the 460 Analog Input Module The 460 analog input module executes integrating processing of the digital input signals; periodic system interference is thus suppressed. You can adapt the process signals, according to the application, to the input level of the analog-to-digital converter of the module with plug-in range cards (resistor dividers or shunt resistors).
  • Page 391 Selective Sampling In the selective sampling mode, a measured value is encoded on the central initiative of the CPU. At the start of conversion, the module must be addressed once with a write operation (T PW) by the user program. An active bit (T = 1) is set during encoding.
  • Page 392: Setting The Module Address

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.3.4 Setting the Module Address You set the module address on the addressing switch. This also establishes the necessary assignments between user program and process connection. The module address is the sum of the decimal significances of the switch rockers in the On setting ( ).
  • Page 393 Note The start address of the analog module must be a multiple of the double channel number. 4 channels : 0, 8, 16, 24, ... 248 8 channels : 0, 16, 32, 48, ... 240 If one of the inputs or outputs (Channel 0 to 7) of a module is to be addressed, the relevant subaddress must be specified in the program.
  • Page 394 Analog Input/Output Modules Addressing for However, analog input modules and analog output modules may be given the Cyclic/Selective same address with cyclic sampling because they are distinguished by the user Sampling program. This is not possible with selective sampling. For cyclic sampling, you can address the module in the address range from 0 to 255, and for selective sampling from 128 to 255.
  • Page 395: Removing And Inserting Modules

    9.3.5 Removing and Inserting Modules Warning When removing and inserting the front connector during operation, hazardous voltages of more than 25 V AC or 60 V DC may be present at the module pins. When this is the case at the front connector, live modules may only be replaced by electrical specialists or trained personnel in such a way that the module pins are not touched.
  • Page 396 Analog Input/Output Modules Remove an analog input/output module as follows: Step Action Release the upper locking bar on the subrack and swivel it upwards and out. Slacken the screw in the upper part of the front connector. This causes the front connector to be pressed out of the female connector of the module.
  • Page 397: Marking Of Modules And Front Connectors

    9.3.6 Marking of Modules and Front Connectors For the marking of modules and front connectors, labels are supplied with the module and central controller; they are affixed as shown in Figure 9-5. Figure 9-5 Label with the module address under which the module is referenced by the STEP 5 program Labeling strip with the product designation for the module;...
  • Page 398: Connecting The Signal Lines

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.3.7 Connecting the Signal Lines For connection of the signal lines, front connectors for 20 and 40 mm mounting width with crimp connection and 40 mm mounting width with screw connection are available (screwdriver blade width: 3.5 mm, maximum torque: 0.8 Nm).
  • Page 399: Connection Of Sensors

    9.3.8 Connection of Sensors Observe the following information when connecting the sensors. Connection of With isolated sensors, it is possible for the measuring circuit to develop a Current or Voltage potential with respect to ground which exceeds the permissible potential Sensors difference U <M>CM...
  • Page 400 Analog Input/Output Modules Example: (Special case) The temperature of the busbar of an electroplating bath is to be measured with an uninsulated thermocouple. Sensor, Not Isolated – M– U CM – Figure 9-7 Measuring Circuit without Equipotential Bonding Conductor for the 460 Analog Input Module The potential of the busbar with respect to the reference potential of the module is, for example, 24 V DC.
  • Page 401: Connecting A Compensating Box For Thermal E.m.f. Measurement

    9.3.9 Connecting a Compensating Box for Thermal E.M.F. Measurement If the room temperature fluctuations at the reference point (e.g. in the terminal box) affect the measurement result and you do not wish to use a thermostat, you can compensate for the effect of temperature on the reference point with a compensating box.
  • Page 402: Connecting Resistance Thermometers In The Standard Pt 100 Range

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.3.10 Connecting Resistance Thermometers in the Standard Pt 100 Range The series-connected resistance thermometers (up to 8 Pt 100s) are fed with a current of 2.5 mA (I Pt 100’s is picked off at measurement inputs M+ and M-. In this mode, the whole temperature range of the Pt 100 (-200 C to +840 C) is available.
  • Page 403: Connecting Resistance Thermometers In The Extended Pt 100 Range

    9.3.11 Connecting Resistance Thermometers in the Extended Pt 100 Range The series-connected resistance thermometers (up to 8 Pt 100s) are fed with a current of 2.5 mA (I Pt 100s is picked off at measurement inputs M+ and M-. In this mode, the temperature range of approximately -100 C to +100 C has a more accurate resolution.
  • Page 404: Broken Wire Signal

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.3.12 Broken Wire Signal Broken Wire An open-circuit in the lines to a resistance thermometer is indicated as Signal in the follows: Standard Pt 100 Range Broken Wire at M– Pt 100 C– With the 460 analog input module, the value 0 is also encoded for the intact Pt 100 resistances because the auxiliary circuit is interrupted;...
  • Page 405: Connecting Transducers

    9.3.13 Connecting Transducers Two-wire transducer (short-circuit protected supply voltage via the range card of the analog input module) 4...20 mA – M– Four-wire transducer (with separate supply voltage) 230 V AC +4...20 mA – M– Do not exceed max. permissible potential difference! Four-wire transducer with a two-wire transducer card 230 V AC 0...20 mA...
  • Page 406: Measured-Value Representation

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.3.14 Measured-Value Representation Digital (rated input range Measured-Value Representation as Two’s Complement Units Input Volt- Byte 0 age in mV 4096 100.0 4095 99.976 2049 50.024 2048 50.0 2047 49.976 1024 25.0 1023 23.976 0.024 –1 –0.024 –1023 –...
  • Page 407 Digital (rated input range Measured-Value Representation as Value and Sign Byte 0 Units Input Volt- age in mV 4096 100.0 4095 99.976 2049 50.024 2048 50.0 2047 49.976 1024 25.0 1023 23.976 0.024 –0 –1 –0.024 –1023 – 24.976 –1024 –...
  • Page 408 Analog Input/Output Modules Measured-Value The resolution with Pt 100 resistance thermometers is approximately 0.25 Representation for 1 ohm 10 units Resistance Thermometers in the Standard Pt 100 Range Units Resistance in Temper- Byte 0 ohms ohms ature in ature in 4096 400.0 –...
  • Page 409 Measured-Value Representation in the Extended Pt 100 Measuring Range (Two’s Complement) Units Pt 100/ohms Temperatu >4095 140.0 4095 139.99 103.74 2049 120.01 51.61 2048 120.0 51.58 100.01 0.026 100.0 –1 99.99 –0.026 –2048 –50.78 –2049 79.99 –50.81 –4095 60.01 –100.60 <–4095 Broken wire –4095...
  • Page 410 Analog Input/Output Modules Measured-Value Measuring range 500 mV; card with 31.25 ohm shunt Representation for (6ES5 498-1AA51/AA71) Current Measuring Ranges from 4 to The 4 to 20 mA range is resolved to 2048 units at an interval of 512 to 2560. 20 mA If you require a representation from 0 to 2048, you must subtract 512 units by software.
  • Page 411: Technical Specifications

    9.3.15 Technical Specifications 6ES5 460-4UA13 Analog Input Module Rated input ranges with cards for every 4 channels – 6ES5 498-1AA11 – 6ES5 498-1AA21 – 6ES5 498-1AA31 – 6ES5 498-1AA41 – 6ES5 498-1AA51 – 6ES5 498-1AA61 – 6ES5 498-1AA71 Number of inputs Measured-value representation Measuring principle Isolation...
  • Page 412 = 1 kV, 1.2/50 s Approx. - 100 C to + 100 0.025 C per unit C max. C max. 6ES5 498-1AA11 See technical specifications of the S5-135U/155U CC and I lines, the digital value 0 is indicated. C79000-G8576-C199-06 System Manual...
  • Page 413 Setting the Mode You select the desired mode of the analog input module by setting mode switches I and II according to the following table. Please note that all switch rockers marked with a dot must be set on both mode switches.
  • Page 414 Analog Input/Output Modules Labeling of switches on the module cover: mark selected switch positions here broken wire detection channel 0...3 broken wire detection channel 4...7 without broken wire detection line frequency 50 Hz line frequency 60 Hz singlescanning cyclicscanning Inserting Range On one 460 analog input module, you can insert two cards to connect four Cards inputs each, and secure them with a srew.
  • Page 415 For a defined mode (50 mV or 500 mV) you can insert cards with different ranges for four inputs, e.g. for the 500 mV mode: 4 inputs, range 4 inputs, range System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Analog Input/Output Modules 500 mV; 1 card 6ES5 498-1AA11 10 V;...
  • Page 416 Analog Input/Output Modules Front Connector Voltage or current-input resistance thermometer or connection of two-wire Assignments transducer Front Strip Connection of Block Diagram Process Signal of the Modules Lines F– Ch.0 – Ch.1 – Ch.2 – Ch.3 – L– trip L– Comp.–...
  • Page 417: The 463 Analog Input Module

    The 463 Analog Input Module 9.4.1 Design The modules are designed as plug-in PCBs for central controllers and expansion units with a backplane connector and with a blade connector to accept a plug-in front connector. You can directly connect the process signal lines to the front connector, which is available separately, with screw or crimp terminals.
  • Page 418 Analog Input/Output Modules Enable Input The enable circuit requires an external 24 V voltage at enable inputs F+/F- in the front connector. If there is no voltage at F+/F-, the modules will not acknowledge. When the front connector is swivelled away from the front strip of the module, the supply of power to the enable input is interrupted, i.e.
  • Page 419 Configuring You must observe the following when configuring systems: Switching on Switching off When the PLC has been switched off, the voltage at the Switching off the You should observe the following instructions for switching off CCs and equipment for supplying power to the enable inputs. Separate or When there is a need to switch off the load power supply separately without Common...
  • Page 420 Analog Input/Output Modules 24 V supply for CC/EU and I/Os 24 V DC Supply for the enable inputs from: a) Battery b) Terminals for 24 V on the front plate of the power supply Common Proper functioning is ensured if the 24 V load power supply has an output Shutdown of the capacitance of at least 4700 F per 10 A of load current.
  • Page 421: Special Features Of The 463 Analog Input Module

    9.4.3 Special Features of the 463 Analog Input Module The 463 analog input module executes integrating processing of the digital input signals; periodic system interference is thus suppressed. Adaptation of the The measuring range for each channel is adapted by appropriately connecting Measuring Range the sensors and with jumpers in the front connector of the module (see the front connector assignments).
  • Page 422 Analog Input/Output Modules Press the individual rockers of the addressing switch downwards with a ballpoint pen or similar object, but not a pencil. On Setting (Switch Pressed) ADB0 and ADB1 are not assigned ADB2 is not connected Figure 9-14 The address under which the module is referenced by the STEP 5 program is independent of the slot.
  • Page 423 Example: Analog input module with 4 inputs The address is the sum of the significances set with the individual coding switches. On Setting (Switch Pressed) A module with 4 inputs (Channel 0 to 3) and start address 160 reserves the address range from In this example, the next free address for another module is 168.
  • Page 424: Removing And Inserting Modules

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.4.5 Removing and Inserting Modules Warning When removing and inserting the front connector during operation, hazardous voltages of more than 25 V AC or 60 V DC may be present at the module pins. When this is the case at the front connector, live modules may only be replaced by electrical specialists or trained personnel in such a way that the module pins are not touched.
  • Page 425 Remove an analog input/output module as follows: Step Action Release the upper locking bar on the subrack and swivel it up- wards and out. Slacken the screw in the upper part of the front connector. This causes the front connector to be pressed out of the female con- nector of the module.
  • Page 426: Marking Of Modules And Front Connectors

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.4.6 Marking of Modules and Front Connectors For the marking of modules and front connectors, labels are supplied with the module and central controller; they are affixed as shown in Figure 9-16. Figure 9-16 Label with the module address under which the module is referenced by the STEP 5 program Labeling strip with the product designation for the module;...
  • Page 427: Connecting The Signal Lines

    9.4.7 Connecting the Signal Lines For connection of the signal lines, front connectors for 20 and 40 mm mounting width with crimp connection and 40 mm mounting width with screw connection are available (screwdriver blade width: 3.5 mm, maximum torque: 0.8 Nm). Use stranded conductor to facilitate handling of the front connector.
  • Page 428: Measured-Value Representation

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.4.8 Measured-Value Representation Measured-Value (rated input ranges 0 to 1 V, 0 to 10 V, 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA) Representation as Value and Sign Units Rated Range 0...10 0...1 V 0... 20 4...20 2047 19.99 1999...
  • Page 429: Technical Specifications

    9.4.9 Technical Specifications 6ES5 463-4UA12 and 6ES5 463-4UB12 Analog Input Modules Rated input ranges (selectable at front connector) Number of inputs Measured value representation Overrange Error signal for overflow Measuring principle Conversion principle Isolation Permissible potential difference between ref. potentials of sensors and module (U ) and between sensors (chan- nels)
  • Page 430 Analog Input/Output Modules Setting the Data When using the 4 to 20 mA inputs, you can select data representation of 0 to Format for the 4 to 1023 bits or 256 to 1279 bits by pressing the appropriate switch. You can 20 mA Range choose different data formats for all four input channels.
  • Page 431 Front Connector Assignments Range Range Range Range 4–20mA 0–1V 0–10V 0–20mA (2–wiretransd.) (4–wire ransd.) F– F– F– F– – – – – – – L– L– L– L– – – – – – – Figure 9-17 Front Connector Assignments, Sensor Connection, Range Selection System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Analog Input/Output Modules...
  • Page 432: The 465 Analog Input Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules The 465 Analog Input Module 9.5.1 Design The modules are designed as plug-in PCBs for central controllers and expansion units with a backplane connector and with a blade connector to accept a plug-in front connector. You can directly connect the process signal lines to the front connector, which is available separately, with screw or crimp terminals.
  • Page 433 Enable Input The enable circuit requires an external 24 V voltage at enable inputs F+/F- in the front connector. If there is no voltage at F+/F-, the modules will not acknowledge. When the front connector is swivelled away from the front strip of the module, the supply of power to the enable input is interrupted, i.e.
  • Page 434 Analog Input/Output Modules Configuring You must observe the following when configuring systems: Switching on Switching off When the PLC has been switched off, the voltage at the Switching off the You should observe the following instructions for switching off CCs and equipment for supplying power to the enable inputs.
  • Page 435 24 V supply for CC/EU and I/Os 24 V DC Supply for the enable inputs from: a) Battery b) Terminals for 24 V on the front plate of the power supply Common Proper functioning is ensured if the 24 V load power supply has an output Shutdown of the capacitance of at least 4700 F per 10 A of load current.
  • Page 436: Special Features Of The 465 Analog Input Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.5.3 Special Features of the 465 Analog Input Module The 465 analog input module executes integrating processing of the digital input signals; periodic system interference is thus suppressed. You can adapt the process signals, according to the application, to the input level of the analog-to-digital converter of the module with plug-in range cards (resistor dividers or shunt resistors).
  • Page 437 In the selective sampling mode, a measured value is encoded on the central initiative of the CPU. At the start of conversion, the module must be addressed once with a write operation (T PW) by the user program. An active bit (T = 1) is set during encoding.
  • Page 438: Setting The Module Address

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.5.4 Setting the Module Address You set the module address on the addressing switch. This also establishes the necessary assignments between user program and process connection. The module address is the sum of the decimal significances of the switch rockers in the On setting ( ).
  • Page 439 Note The start address of the analog module must be a multiple of the double channel number. 8 channels : 0, 16, 32, 48, ... 240 16 channels : 0, 32, 64, 96, ... 224 If one of the inputs or outputs (Channel 0 to 7 or 0 to 15) of a module is to be addressed, the relevant subaddress must be specified in the program.
  • Page 440 Analog Input/Output Modules Addressing for However, analog input modules and analog output modules may be given the Cyclic/Selective same address with cyclic sampling because they are distinguished by the user Sampling program. This is not possible with selective sampling. For cyclic sampling, you can address the module in the address range from 0 to 255, and for selective sampling from 128 to 255.
  • Page 441: Removing And Inserting Modules

    9.5.5 Removing and Inserting Modules Warning When removing and inserting the front connector during operation, hazardous voltages of more than 25 V AC or 60 V DC may be present at the module pins. When this is the case at the front connector, live modules may only be replaced by electrical specialists or trained personnel in such a way that the module pins are not touched.
  • Page 442 Analog Input/Output Modules Remove an analog input/output module as follows: Step Action Release the upper locking bar on the subrack and swivel it upwards and out. Slacken the screw in the upper part of the front connector. This causes the front connector to be pressed out of the female connector of the module.
  • Page 443: Marking Of Modules And Front Connectors

    9.5.6 Marking of Modules and Front Connectors For the marking of modules and front connectors, labels are supplied with the module and central controller; they are affixed as shown in Figure 9-5. Figure 9-22 Label with the module address under which the module is referenced by the STEP 5 program Labeling strip with the product designation for the module;...
  • Page 444: Connecting The Signal Lines

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.5.7 Connecting the Signal Lines For connection of the signal lines, front connectors for 20 and 40 mm mounting width with crimp connection and 40 mm mounting width with screw connection are available (screwdriver blade width: 3.5 mm, maximum torque: 0.8 Nm).
  • Page 445: Connecting A Compensating Box For Thermal E.m.f. Measurement

    9.5.8 Connecting a Compensating Box for Thermal E.M.F. Measurement If the room temperature fluctuations at the reference point (e.g. in the terminal box) affect the measurement result and you do not wish to use a thermostat, you can compensate for the effect of temperature on the reference point with a compensating box.
  • Page 446: Connecting Resistance Thermometers To The 465 Analog Input Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.5.9 Connecting Resistance Thermometers to the 465 Analog Input Module The relevant resistance thermometer is fed with a current of 2.5 mA (I by a constant current generator via a 6ES5 498-1AA11 card. The voltage at the Pt 100 is picked off at measurement inputs M+ and M-. If only inputs 0 to 3 are assigned to resistance thermometers, you can connect other current and voltage sensors to inputs 4 to 7 by means of a coding key.
  • Page 447 Pt100 – 0...500mV const. I C+ C– Figure 9-24 Connecting a Pt 100 1) When cards 6ES5 498-1AA21, 6ES5 498-1AA31 or 6ES5 498-1AA61 are used, no broken wire signal may be activated for this group of channels (CH4 to CH7). 2) If cards 6ES5 498-1AA41 or 6ES5 498-1AA71 are used, a short-circuit jumper is not required.
  • Page 448: Broken Wire Signal For Resistance Thermometers

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.5.10 Broken Wire Signal for Resistance Thermometers An open-circuit in the lines to a resistance thermometer is indicated as follows: Broken Wire at M– Pt 100 C– If the mode “without broken wire signal” is selected on the module, an open-circuit of the resistance thermometer is indicated with an overflow.
  • Page 449: Connecting Transducers

    9.5.11 Connecting Transducers Two-wire transducer (short-circuit protected supply voltage via the range card of the analog input module) 4...20 mA – M– Four-wire transducer (with separate supply voltage) 230 V AC +4...20 mA – M– Do not exceed max. permissible potential difference! Four-wire transducer with a two-wire transducer card 230 V AC 0...20 mA...
  • Page 450: Measured-Value Representation

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.5.12 Measured-Value Representation Digital (rated input range Measured-Value Representation as Two’s Complement Units Input Volt- Byte 0 age in mV 4096 100.0 4095 99.976 2049 50.024 2048 50.0 2047 49.976 1024 25.0 1023 23.976 0.024 –1 –0.024 –1023 –...
  • Page 451 Digital (rated input range Measured-Value Representation as Value and Sign Byte 0 Units Input Volt- age in mV 4096 100.0 4095 99.976 2049 50.024 2048 50.0 2047 49.976 1024 25.0 1023 23.976 0.024 –0 –1 –0.024 –1023 – 24.976 –1024 –...
  • Page 452 Analog Input/Output Modules Measured-Value The resolution with Pt 100 resistance thermometers is approximately 0.25 Representation for 1 ohm 10 units Pt 100 Resistance Thermometers Units Resistance in Temper- Byte 0 ohms ohms ature in ature in 4096 400.0 – 4095 399.90 –...
  • Page 453 Measured-Value Measuring range 500 mV; card with 31.25 ohm shunt Representation for (6ES5 498-1AA51/AA71) Current Measuring The 4 to 20 mA range is resolved to 2048 units at an interval of 512 to 2560. Ranges from 4 to If you require a representation from 0 to 2048, you must subtract 512 units by 20 mA software.
  • Page 454: Technical Specifications

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.5.13 Technical Specifications 6ES5 465-4UA12 Analog Input Module Rated input ranges with cards for every 4 channels – 6ES5 498-1AA11 – 6ES5 498-1AA21 – 6ES5 498-1AA31 – 6ES5 498-1AA41 – 6ES5 498-1AA51 – 6ES5 498-1AA61 – 6ES5 498-1AA71 Number of inputs Measured-value representation Measuring principle...
  • Page 455 Measuring point-related error signal – for overflow – for broken wire Max. permissible input voltage without destruction Interference suppression for f = n x (50/60 Hz – with common-mode interference – with differential-mode interference Error referred to rated value – linearity –...
  • Page 456 Analog Input/Output Modules Mode Without reference point compensation With reference point compensation Measuring range 50 mV 500 mV; Pt 100 Current or voltage measurement, 16 channels Pt 100 in 4-wire circuit 8 channels Current or voltage measurement, 8 channels Sampling selective cyclic Line frequency...
  • Page 457 Labeling of switches on the module cover: voltage/current channel 4–7 8 channels with 16 channels channel 8–15 broken wire 8channels channel0–3 detection 16channels channel0–7 two’s complement 8 channels/resistance thermom.; mV/mA line frequency 50 CPS single scanning cyclics canning line frequency 60 CPS 16 channels mV;...
  • Page 458 Analog Input/Output Modules Front Connector Assignments Voltage or current input or connection of two-wire transducer Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram Process Signal of the Module Lines F– CH.0 – – – – – – – – trip Comp.– Comp.+ 3)L+ –...
  • Page 459: The 466 Analog Input Module

    The 466 Analog Input Module 9.6.1 Design The module is designed as a plug-in PCB for central controllers and expansion units with a backplane connector and with a blade connector to accept a plug-in front connector. You can directly connect the process signal lines to the front connector, which is available separately, with screw or crimp terminals.
  • Page 460 Analog Input/Output Modules Setting the Type of Measurement with respect to ground/differential measurement Measurement The type of measurement (with respect to ground or differential measurement) is set with switch S9. The switch settings relate to the locations on the module shown in Figure 9-26: Type of Measurement Measurement with respect to ground Differential measurement...
  • Page 461 If you have preset measurement with respect to ground on switch S9, four channel groups of four channels each are available. You can configure each channel group separately for current or voltage measurement. This is set with switches S5, S6, S7 and S8. Switches S5 and S7 allow three settings (left, midpoint and right);...
  • Page 462 Analog Input/Output Modules Setting the The 466 analog input module has 12 measuring ranges. For each channel Measuring Range group (i.e. for every four inputs), you can select a range which is independent of the other channel groups. You set the ranges with switches S1 and S2. Channel Group I Channel Group II (Channel 0...3)
  • Page 463 Setting the Data Set the data format by means of switch S9: Format Two’s complement 12-bit two’s complement representation (Range: 0 ... 4095 units (unipolar) or - 2048 ... + 2047 units (bipolar)) Value and sign 11-bit value and 1 sign bit (Range: 0 ...
  • Page 464 Analog Input/Output Modules Setting the Module Before starting up, first indicate via switch S9 whether you intend to use the Start Address 466 analog input module with a central controller (CC) or with an expansion unit (EU). Refer to the following table: Setting the module start address (1) 466-3LA11 Module Operation in CC...
  • Page 465 Set the exact start address of the module as shown in the following table. Setting the module start address (2) Module Address can only be set for differential measurement System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Analog Input/Output Modules S9 Switch Setting 016* 048* 080* 112* 144*...
  • Page 466: Removing And Inserting Modules

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.6.4 Removing and Inserting Modules Warning When removing and inserting the front connector during operation, hazardous voltages of more than 25 V AC or 60 V DC may be present at the module pins. When this is the case at the front connector, live modules may only be replaced by electrical specialists or trained personnel in such a way that the module pins are not touched.
  • Page 467 Remove an analog input/output module as follows: Step Action Release the upper locking bar on the subrack and swivel it upwards and out. Slacken the screw in the upper part of the front connector. This causes the front connector to be pressed out of the female connector of the module. Contacts F+ and F- of the enable input at the upper end of the front connector are thus opened first.
  • Page 468: Marking Of Modules And Front Connectors

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.6.5 Marking of Modules and Front Connectors For the marking of modules and front connectors, labels are supplied with the module and central controller; they are affixed as shown in Figure 9-29. Figure 9-29 Label with the module address under which the module is referenced by the STEP 5 program Labeling strip with the product designation for the module;...
  • Page 469: Connecting The Signal Lines

    9.6.6 Connecting the Signal Lines For connection of the signal lines, front connectors for 20 and 40 mm mounting width with crimp connection and 40 mm mounting width with screw connection are available (screwdriver blade width: 3.5 mm, maximum torque: 0.8 Nm). Use stranded conductor to facilitate handling of the front connector.
  • Page 470: Connecting Sensors To The 466 Analog Input Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.6.7 Connecting Sensors to the 466 Analog Input Module The connections for the 466 analog input module depend on the type of measurement (with respect to ground or differential measurement). Measurement with For measurement with respect to ground, all signal lines have a common Respect to Ground reference point.
  • Page 471 The following figure shows the connection of sensors to the module. For measurement with respect to ground, all the M- connection points are interconnected internally on the module. U E2 – U E1 – U ISO U E1/2: Input Voltage U ISO: Potential Difference : Equipotential;...
  • Page 472 Analog Input/Output Modules The channels have the following designations on the module: Channel 0: Channel 1: Channel 7: Channels are arranged in groups of four, for which you can set separate measuring ranges: Channel group I: Channel group II: Channels 4 to 7 The following figure shows the connection of sensors to the module.
  • Page 473: Measured-Value Representation

    9.6.8 Measured-Value Representation Measured-Value After conversion, the digital result is stored in the module’s RAM. Representation The bits in both bytes have the following significance: with Various Ranges Active Bit; Error Bit; Overflow Bit; Figure 9-32 Bits 0 to 2 in byte 1 have no influence on the measured value, they only give information on measured-value representation.
  • Page 474 Analog Input/Output Modules Shown in the following tables is the representation of the measured value as a function of the selected measuring range. Measuring Range 0-20 mA, 0-5 V and 0-10 V; Unipolar Units Measured Measured Measured Value in V Value in V Value in V Value in V...
  • Page 475 Value and sign; measuring range Units Measured Measured Measured Value in V Value in V Value in V Value in V Value in V Value in V 5 V) 10 V) 20 mA) 2047 4.9976 9.9951 19.9902 2046 4.9951 9.9902 19.9804 0001 0.0024...
  • Page 476 Analog Input/Output Modules Two’s complement; measuring range Units Measured Measured Value in V Value in V Value in V Value in V 1.25 V) 2.5 V) 2047 1.2494 2.4988 2046 1.2488 2.4975 0001 0.0006 0.0012 0000 0.0000 0.0000 –0001 –0.0006 –0.0012 –2047 –1.2494...
  • Page 477: Technical Specifications

    9.6.9 Technical Specifications 6ES5 466-3LA11 Analog Input Modules Input ranges Number of inputs Measuring principle Conversion time Isolation Permissible isolation between sensor ref. potential and central ground point Supply voltage internal external Current consumption, internal Encoding time per measured value Duration of cyclic sampling (cycle time) for 8 measured values...
  • Page 478 Analog Input/Output Modules Operational error limit (0 C ... 60 – voltage ranges except for 0-1.25 V, 1.25 V – current ranges and 0-1.25 V, 1.25 V Error signal for overflow for internal error Single error linearity tolerance polarity reversal error Temperature error Insulation rating Line length...
  • Page 479 Front Connector Assignments Voltage-to-ground measurement Front Strip M0– M8– M1– M9– M2– M10– M10+ M3– M11– M11+ M4– M12– M12+ M5– M13– M13+ M6– M14– M14+ M7– M15– M15+ Figure 9-33 Front Connector Assignments System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Analog Input/Output Modules Differential measurement Front Strip Mext...
  • Page 480: The 470 Analog Output Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules The 470 Analog Output Module 9.7.1 Design The module is designed as a plug-in PCB for central controllers and expansion units with a backplane connector and with a blade connector to accept a plug-in front connector. You can directly connect the process signal lines to the front connector, which is available separately, with screw or crimp terminals.
  • Page 481 Enable Input The enable circuit requires an external 24 V voltage at enable inputs F+/F- in the front connector. If there is no voltage at F+/F-, the modules will not acknowledge. When the front connector is swivelled away from the front strip of the module, the supply of power to the enable input is interrupted, i.e.
  • Page 482 Analog Input/Output Modules Configuring You must observe the following when configuring systems: Switching on Switching off Switching Off the You should observe the following instructions for switching off CCs and equipment for supplying power to the enable inputs. Separate or When there is a need to switch off the load power supply separately without Common affecting the enabling of modules, there are the following possibilities for...
  • Page 483 24 V supply for CC/EU and I/Os 24 V DC Supply for the enable inputs from: a) Battery b) Terminals for 24 V on the front plate of the power supply Common Proper functioning is ensured if the 24 V load power supply has an output Shutdown of the capacitance of at least 4700 F per 10 A of load current.
  • Page 484: Special Features Of The 470 Analog Output Module

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.7.3 Special Features of the 470 Analog Output Module BASP (Output The BASP signal is not interpreted by the 470 analog output module. Once Inhibit) output, a value is retained. Function Block You can output analog values to the process via analog output modules with a function block from the “basic functions”...
  • Page 485 Start Address, For analog output modules ( 8 outputs) only the lowest address (start address) Subaddress is set. Other addresses (subaddresses) are decoded on the module. Note The start address of an analog module must be a multiple of the double channel number.
  • Page 486 Analog Input/Output Modules Addressing for However, analog input modules and analog output modules may be given the Cyclic/Selective same address with cyclic sampling because they are distinguished by the user Sampling program. This is not possible with selective sampling. For cyclic sampling, you can address the module in the address range from 0 to 255, and for selective sampling from 128 to 255.
  • Page 487: Removing And Inserting Modules

    9.7.5 Removing and Inserting Modules Warning When removing and inserting the front connector during operation, hazardous voltages of more than 25 V AC or 60 V DC may be present at the module pins. When this is the case at the front connector, live modules may only be replaced by electrical specialists or trained personnel in such a way that the module pins are not touched.
  • Page 488 Analog Input/Output Modules Remove an analog output module as follows: Step Action Release the upper locking bar on the subrack and swivel it upwards and out. Slacken the screw in the upper part of the front connector. This causes the front connector to be pressed out of the female connector of the module.
  • Page 489: Marking Of Modules And Front Connectors

    9.7.6 Marking of Modules and Front Connectors For the marking of modules and front connectors, labels are supplied with the module and central controller; they are affixed as shown in Figure 9-38. Figure 9-38 Label with the module address under which the module is referenced by the STEP 5 program Labeling strip with the product designation for the module;...
  • Page 490: Connecting The Signal Lines

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.7.7 Connecting the Signal Lines For connection of the signal lines, front connectors for 20 and 40 mm mounting width with crimp connection and 40 mm mounting width with screw connection are available (screwdriver blade width: 3.5 mm, maximum torque: 0.8 Nm).
  • Page 491: Connecting Loads To The 470 Analog Output Module

    9.7.8 Connecting Loads to the 470 Analog Output Module The voltage at the load is measured at a high resistance via the sensor lines (S+/S-) of voltage output QV, so that voltage drops on the load lines do not falsify the load voltages. Lines S+(x) and S-(x) should therefore be directly connected to the load (four-wire circuit).
  • Page 492 Analog Input/Output Modules If, with voltage outputs, an excessively great voltage drop must be expected on the lines to the load, you must route the sensor lines S+(x) and S-(x) to the load. When voltage outputs are not used, the S+(x) sensor lines in the front connector must be connected to the corresponding voltage output terminals (QV(x)) with wire jumpers.
  • Page 493: Measured-Value Representation

    9.7.9 Measured-Value Representation Digital Measured-Value Representation as Two’s Complement Units Output Voltage or Current of the 470 Analog Output Module -4UA/B12 -4UA12 -4UC12 1280 12.5 V 25.0 mA 6.0 V 1025 10.0098 V 20.0195mA 5.004 V 20.016 mA 1024 10.0 V 20.0 mA 5.0 V 1023...
  • Page 494: Technical Specifications

    Analog Input/Output Modules 9.7.10 Technical Specifications 6ES5 470-4UA12, 6ES5 470-4UB12 and 6ES5 470-4UC12 Analog Output Modules Rated output ranges – 6ES5 470-4UA12 – 6ES5 470-4UB12 – 6ES5 470-4UC12 Number of outputs Isolation Measured value representation Linearity in the range of 1024 units Operational error limits (0 to 60 Temperature coefficient for voltage and current outputs...
  • Page 495 Front Connector Assignments 470-4UB Connection of Front Strip Block Diagram Process Signal of the Module Lines F– CH.0 S–0 CH.1 S–1 CH.2 S–2 CH.3 S–3 L– CH.4 S–4 CH.5 S–5 CH.6 S–6 CH.7 S–7 Figure 9-42 Front Connector Assignments System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Analog Input/Output Modules 470-4UA...
  • Page 496 Analog Input/Output Modules System Manual 9-114 C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 497: Monitoring Module

    Monitoring Module This chapter describes the installation, the wiring and the operation of the monitoring module 6ES5 313-3AA12. Chapter Section Overview 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Description Application Installation Operation Technical Specifications Address Table Page 10-2 10-6 10-8 10-14 10-16...
  • Page 498: Application

    Monitoring Module 10.1 Application The monitoring module can be used in the expansion units of the programmable controllers S5-115U, S5-135U and S5-155U. The module monitors the data bus, the address bus and the control signals MEMW/, MEMR/ and RDY/. Faults are displayed via four red LEDs on the front panel.
  • Page 499: Mode Of Operation

    10.1.2 Mode of Operation 10.1.3 Block Diagram Address Address comparison comparison Daten ausgeben inversion Data bus MEMR Control signal MEMW monitoring CPKL Edge BASP X4/4 RESET input L+ (24V) X4/5 X4/6 L– Figure 10-2 Block Diagram System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Address bus Presel- Address ection...
  • Page 500: Fault Detection

    Monitoring Module 10.1.4 Fault Detection From an address which has been set at switch S1, the data (55H or AAH) is read by the CPU from the monitoring module. This data is to be written back by the CPU to the address set at switch S2. The module inverts the accurate incoming data bit by bit (from 55H to AAH or vice versa) which is read again in the next cycle from the address set at S1.
  • Page 501: Resetting

    Control Line A control line fault (R/W) occurs if Faults – the write signal (MEMW/) and the read signal (MEMR/) are active simultaneously, – the acknowledgement signal (RDY/) is active without a (MEMW/) or (MEMR/) signal and – the address line ’peripheral memory’ (PESP’) has not changed from status “1”...
  • Page 502: Possible Configurations

    Monitoring Module 10.2 Installation 10.2.1 Possible Configurations 3 11 19 27 35 43 51 59 EU 187 EU 186 EU 185 EU 184 EU 183 EU 182 ER 2 ER 3 10.2.2 Removing and Inserting The module is pulled out by holding the handles and gently lifting and lowering while pulling towards you.
  • Page 503: Connecting The Reset Input

    10.2.3 Connecting the RESET Input 10.2.4 Switch Positions of the Relay Contact Contact not actuated (idle) or fault Contact 1-3 closed 10.2.5 Installation Guidelines The module is to be wired according to the VDE regulations 0100, 0110 and 0160. Detailed information on power supply, cabinet design, cabinet ventilation, cabinet wiring and protective measures can be found in Chapter 3.
  • Page 504: Operation

    Monitoring Module 10.3 Operation Switch S1 (Read) The addresses set at these switches are acknowledged by the monitoring and S2 (Write) module with RDY/ and are therefore not to be used again for inputs and outputs in this programmable controller (double addressing is not allowed). Switch S3 (Listen) No acknowledgement signal (RDY/) is returned by the monitoring module to and S4 (Listen)
  • Page 505 Example: Expansion units 1st MM 2nd MM IM 310 IM 301 IM 314 Central IM 304 IM 318 controllers CC 115U IM 308 CC 135U CC 155U System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Monitoring Module EU183U 3rd monitoring module 313 EU184U in the last expansion unit EU187U IM 310 IM 314...
  • Page 506: Addressing

    Monitoring Module 10.3.1 Addressing Example 1 S5-130K, S5-135U or S5-155U 1st MM S1 e.g. 127 (7FH) S2 e.g. 127 (7FH) 170 (AAH) User program in OB 1 or FB 0 without S5-DOS Possible addresses 0 (00H) to 255 (FFH) To achieve optimum fault detection, set the inverse addresses 85 (55H) and 170 (AAH) at S1 and S2. Since the addresses of the monitoring module switches S3 and S4 are not acknowledged, this must be done by the monitoring module contained in the last expansion unit (the most remote from the central controller).
  • Page 507 Example 2 S5-115U S1 e.g. 128 (80H) S2 e.g. 128 (80H) 213 (D5H) 170 (AAH) User program in OB 1 or FB 0 without S5-DOS 6) When using the monitoring module in the S5-115U, always select addresses > 127 since that is the only way to address byte to byte.
  • Page 508: Setting The Address Switches S1, S2, S3, S4

    Monitoring Module 10.3.2 Setting the Address Switches S1, S2, S3, S4 The addresses are set as one-byte addresses as in the case of I/O modules. The significance of the rockers pressed down to ON at the switches must be added. Example Address 85 is to be set.
  • Page 509: Setting The Switch S5

    10.3.3 Setting the Switch S5 OFF: ON: PESP‘ monitoring on Monitoring time Select the monitoring time (between 125 ms and 1 s) by switching one of the switches S5/1 to S5/4 to ON. If none of the four switches S5/1 to S5/4 is in the ON position, for safety reasons the monitoring time has been set to 1 s.
  • Page 510: Technical Specifications

    Monitoring Module 10.4 Technical Specifications Power supply Supply voltage of the system bus Power consumption RESET input Rated input voltage Electrical isolation Input voltage for signal 0 for signal 1 Input current Permissible cable length Sensor supply for RESET input Rated output voltage Electrical isolation Output voltage...
  • Page 511 Ambient conditions Operating temperature Storage and transportation temperature Relative humidity Operating altitude Vibration acc. to IEC 68-2-6 Shock acc. to IEC 68-2-27 Pin assignment of bus connector X1 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Monitoring Module 0 to + 60 –25 to + 70 max.
  • Page 512: Address Table

    Monitoring Module 10.5 Address Table Significance Byte address Switch position 10-16 System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 513: Connector Assignments

    Connector Assignments In this chapter are the connector assignments of the backplane for the central controllers and expansion units power supplies backplane connectors and front connectors of the CPUs, coordinators and IMs. System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 11-1...
  • Page 514 Connector Assignments Connector assignments of the backplane of the S5-135U/155U CC Slot 3, COR, I/O Back- Rin Row plane conn. 1 conn. 1 P5 V M5 V PESP RESET ADB 0 MEMR ADB 1 MEMW ADB 2 ADB 3 DB 0...
  • Page 515 Slot 19, 35, 51, 67, 75, 83, 91, 99 CP, IP, I/O, IRQ Back- Pin- Pin Row plane conn. 1 conn. 1 P5 V M5 V PESP RESET ADB 0 MEMR ADB 1 MEMW ADB 2 ADB 3 DB 0 ADB 4 DB 1 ADB 5...
  • Page 516 Connector Assignments Slot 139, 147 I/O, IM, IP without page addressing Back- Pin- Pin Row plane plane conn. 1 P5 V M5 V PESP RESET ADB 0 MEMR ADB 1 MEMW ADB 2 ADB 3 DB 0 ADB 4 DB 1 ADB 5 DB 2 ADB 6...
  • Page 517 Connector assignments of the backplane for the EU 183U, 184U, 187 U I/O Modules Slot 183U 11 to 155 184U 3 to 155 187U 3 to 147 Backplane Pin Row conn. 1 + 5V – PESP CPKL ADB0 MEMR ADB1 MEMW ADB2 ADB3...
  • Page 518 Connector Assignments Connector assignments of the backplane for the EU 185U IM 310 and IM 314 I/O Module Slot 3 Pin- Pin Row Backplane + 5 V conn. 1 PESP RESET ADB0 MEMR ADB1 MEMW ADB2 ADB3 ADB4 ADB5 ADB6 ADB7 ADB8 ADB9...
  • Page 519 Communication Processor Intelligent I/Os I/O Module Slots 19 to 75 Pin- Pin Row Backplane + 5 V conn. 1 PESP RESET ADB0 MEMR ADB1 MEMW ADB2 ADB3 ADB4 ADB5 ADB6 ADB7 ADB8 ADB9 ADB10 ADB11 BASP Backplane + 5 V conn.
  • Page 520 Connector Assignments IM 314 R I/O Module Slot 147, 155 Pin- Pin Row Backplane + 5 V conn. 1 PESP RESET ADB0 MEMR ADB1 MEMW ADB2 ADB3 ADB4 ADB5 ADB6 ADB7 ADB8 ADB9 ADB10 ADB11 BASP Backplane + 5 V conn.
  • Page 521 Connector assignments of the power supply units Connector X1 The terminals for the supply lines between the power supply unit and the backplane are in an 8-way connector (Connector X1) at the rear of the unit. The following figures show the connector assignments. 5V/18A power supply units Pins 4 to 6 are not fitted.
  • Page 522 Connector Assignments Connector assignments of the 6ES5 955-3NA12 power supply unit Connector X1 The terminals of the supply lines between the power supply unit and the backplane are in an 8-way connector (subminiature, fitted with 8 high-current contacts, Series D to MIL-C24308). M2 (0V) Connector X2 The signal terminals of the power supply unit are in a 37-way connector...
  • Page 523 Assignments of the backplane connector CPU 948 Pin Row + 5 V Backplane conn. RESET MEMR MEMW HALT + 5 V Backplane DB 12 conn. DB 13 DB 14 DB 15 M 5 V M 24 V + 24 V System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Connector Assignments...
  • Page 524 Connector Assignments Assignments of the backplane connector CPU 928B Pin Row + 5 V Backplane conn. CPKL MEMR MEMW HALT + 5 V Backplane DB 12 conn. DB 13 DB 14 DB 15 M 5 V M 24 V + 24 V 11-12 M 5 V PESP...
  • Page 525 Assignments of the backplane connectorCPU 928 Pin Row + 5 V Backplane conn. CPKL MEMR MEMW HALT + 5 V Backplane DB 12 conn. DB 13 DB 14 DB 15 M 5 V M 24 V + 24 V System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Connector Assignments M 5 V...
  • Page 526 Connector Assignments Assignments of the backplane connector CPU 922 Pin Row + 5 V Backplane conn. CPKL MEMR MEMW QUITT HALT + 5 V Backplane conn. M 5 V M 24 V + 24 V 11-14 M 5 V PESP UBAT ADB 0 ADB 12...
  • Page 527 Assignments of the CPU front connector (PG interface) Pin No. System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Connector Assignments Designation Housing/0 V/0V R x D VPG + 5 V DC + 24 V from bus 0 V/0 V Housing/0 V/0V R x D 24 V ground 20 mA/transmitter 0 V/0 V 20 mA/receiver...
  • Page 528 Connector Assignments Assignments of the backplane connector: 923A coordinator Pin Row + 5 V Backplane conn. RESET MEMR MEMW DB 0 DB 1 DB 2 DB 3 DB 4 DB 5 DB 6 DB 7 HALT + 5 V Backplane conn.
  • Page 529 Assignments of the backplane connector: 923C coordinator Pin Row + 5 V Backplane conn. RESET MEMR MEMW DB 0 DB 1 DB 2 DB 3 DB 4 DB 5 DB 6 DB 7 HALT + 5 V Backplane conn. M 24 V M 5 V System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 530 Connector Assignments Assignments of the front connector for the coordinators Pin No. 11-18 Designation Housing/0 V/0V Receiver TTY(-) Private line +24 V Private line Transmitter TTY (+) Transmitter TTY (-) Housing/0 V/0V Receiver TTY (+) 24 V ground (20 mA (-) current sources) 20 mA (+) current source Private line 20 mA (+) current source...
  • Page 531 Assignments of the backplane connectors of the IMs IM 300-3 IM 300-5 Pin Row Pin Row Shield – PESP – – CPKL ADB0 – CPKL ADB0 MEMR ADB1 – MEMR ADB1 MEMW ADB2 – MEMW ADB2 ADB3 – ADB4 – ADB5 –...
  • Page 532 Connector Assignments IM 301-5 Pin Row – CPKL MEMR MEMW – – – – – – – 11-20 IM 304 Pin Row Shield PESP – – ADB0 – CPKL ADB0 ADB1 – MEMR ADB1 ADB2 – MEMW ADB2 ADB3 – ADB3 ADB4 ADB4...
  • Page 533 IM 310-3 IM 312-3 Pin Row Pin Row Shield+ – PESP +5V – CPKL ADB0 – CPKL MEMRA DB1 – MEMR MEMW ADB2 – MEMW ADB2 +5V ADB3 – ADB4 +5V ADB5 +5V ADB6 0V ADB7 0V – – – –...
  • Page 534 Connector Assignments Assignments of the front blade connectors IM 300-3 IM 300-5C Blade Con- Blade Con- Blade Con- nector 3 nector 3 nector 4 Shield – + 5V + 5V – + 5V + 5V – + 5V + 5V +PEU + 5V + 5V...
  • Page 535 IM 310-3 IM 312-3 Blade Con- Blade Con- Blade Con- nector 3 nector 4 nector 3 Shield + ADB 4 + ADB 4 – – ADB 4 – ADB 4 – + ADB 5 + ADB 5 – – ADB 5 –...
  • Page 536 Connector Assignments System Manual 11-24 C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 537 Appendix Given in the Appendix are the Ordering Information on products mentioned in this manual References for further reading System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06...
  • Page 538: Ordering

    Appendix Ordering Information Given in this section are the order numbers for the products mentioned and/or described in the System Manual. The order numbers are arranged according to the chapters in which the corresponding products are mentioned. For Chapter 4 Central Controllers with power supply unit 6ES5 955-3LC42...
  • Page 539 Power Supply Units 230/120 V AC, isolated, 5 V DC/18 A 230/120 V AC, isolated, 5 V DC/40 A 24 V DC, isolated, 5 V DC/18 A 24 V DC, isolated, 5 V DC/40 A Lithium backup battery 3.6 V Rechargeable battery with two screws Fan subassembly with fan and terminals for rechargeable battery...
  • Page 540 Appendix For Chapter 5 CPUs CPU 948-1 (640 Kbyte user memory) CPU 948-2 (1664 Kbyte user memory) CPU 928B CPU 928 CPU 922 374 Memory Cards 256 Bbytes 512 Bbytes 1028 Bbytes 2048 Bbytes 4112 Bbytes 376 Memory Cards 16 Bbytes 32 Bbytes 64 Bbytes 377 Memory Cards...
  • Page 541 For Chapter 6 Coordinators 923A coordinator 923C coordinator Coding plug Front cover Connecting cable for CP 530, 143 and 5430 0.9 m 2.5 m For Chapter 7 Interface Modules IM 300-3 IM 300-5C IM 300-5L IM 301-3 IM 301-5 IM 304 IM 310 IM 312-3 (0.5 m) IM 312-3 (0.95 m)
  • Page 542 Appendix For Chapter 8 Digital Input/Output Modules Modules 6ES5 420-4UA13 6ES5 430-4UA13 6ES5 431-4UA12 6ES5 432-4UA12 6ES5 434-4UA12 6ES5 435-4UA12 6ES5 436-4UA12 6ES5 436-4UB12 6ES5 441-4UA13 6ES5 451-4UA13 6ES5 453-4UA12 6ES5 454-4UA13 6ES5 455-4UA12 6ES5 456-4UA12 6ES5 456-4UB12 6ES5 457-4UA12 6ES5 458-4UA12 6ES5 458-4UC11 6ES5 482-4UA11...
  • Page 543 Fuse for 6ES5 455-4UA12 and 6ES5 455-4UA12 6.3 A, fast/250 V Fuse for 6ES5 482-4UA11 6.3 A/125 V Light guide K for front connector with crimp ter- minal Light guide S for front connector with screw ter- minal For Chapter 9 Analog Input/Output Modules Modules 6ES5 460-4UA13...
  • Page 544 Appendix Range Cards Modules 6ES5 460-4UA13 6ES5 465-4UA12 Features Range Card 12.5/50/500mV/Pt 100 6ES5 498-1AA11 50/500mV/Pt 100 6ES5 498-1AA11 6ES5 498-1AA21 6ES5 498-1AA61 6ES5 498-1AA31 20mA 6ES5 498-1AA41 4 to 20mA/2-wire 6ES5 498-1AA51 transducer 4 to 20mA/4-wire 6ES5 498-1AA71 transducer C79000-G8576-C199-06 System Manual...
  • Page 545 Further Reading Hans Berger: Automating with the SIMATIC S5-135U Siemens AG A19100-L531-F505-X-7600 Hans Berger: Automating with the SIMATIC S5-155U Siemens AG A19100-L531-F177-X-7600 Catalog ST 54.1 Catalog ST 50 Catalog ST 59 Catalogs ET 1.4 and ET 3 Guidelines for Handling...
  • Page 546 Appendix S5-135U Programmable Controller CPU 928B Programming Guide 6ES5 998-2PR21 S5-135U Programmable Controller CPU 928B Communication 6ES5 998-2UL22 S5-135U Programmable Controller CPU 928 Programming Guide 6ES5 998-1PR21 S5-135U Programmable Controller CPU 922 Programming Guide 6ES5 998-0PR21 STEP 5 C79000-G8576-C140 IP 257 6ES5 998-2EA21 A-10 System Manual...
  • Page 547 Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-Sensitive Devices (ESD) Chapter Section Overview System Manual C79000-G8576-C199-06 Contents What is ESD? Electrostatic Charging of Persons General Protective Measures Against Electrostatic Discharge Damage Page...
  • Page 548: B.1 What Is Esd?

    Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-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 Electrostatically- Sensitive Devices are commonly referred to by the abbreviation ESD.
  • Page 549: B.2 Electrostatic Charging Of Persons

    Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-Sensitive Devices (ESD) Electrostatic Charging of Persons Charging Every person with a non-conductive connection to the electrical potential of its surroundings can be charged electrostatically. Figure B-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.
  • Page 550: B.3 General Protective Measures Against Electrostatic Discharge Damage

    Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-Sensitive Devices (ESD) General Protective Measures Against Electrostatic Discharge Damage Ensure Sufficient Make sure that the personnel, working surfaces, and packaging are Grounding sufficiently grounded when handling electrostatically-sensitive devices. You thus avoid electrostatic charging. Avoid Direct You should touch electrostatically-sensitive devices only if it is unavoidable Contact (for example, during maintenance work).
  • Page 551 Index Address label, 8-20 Addressing cyclic sampling, 9-12, 9-58, 9-104 selective sa