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KP8, KP8F
SIMATIC HMI
HMI device
KP8, KP8F
Operating Instructions
10/2010
A5E03284305-01
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Preface
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Overview
Safety instructions and
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approvals
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Planning the use
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Mount and connect KP8 and
KP8F
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Operator controls and
displays
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Setting the KP8 and KP8F
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Operating KP8F in a fail-safe
manner
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Maintain and service KP8
and KP8F
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Technical specifications
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Appendix
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Abbreviations
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  • Page 1 ___________________ KP8, KP8F Preface ___________________ Overview Safety instructions and ___________________ approvals SIMATIC HMI ___________________ Planning the use HMI device ___________________ Mount and connect KP8 and KP8, KP8F KP8F ___________________ Operator controls and displays Operating Instructions ___________________ Setting the KP8 and KP8F ___________________ Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner...
  • Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3 Retain all enclosed and additional documents for the entire service life of the HMI device. You must pass on all these documents to future owners of the HMI device. Registered trademarks The following designations marked with the protective note ® are registered trademarks of the Siemens AG: ● HMI ® ● SIMATIC ®...
  • Page 4 Preface Notes on fail-safe operation The following sections of these operating instructions contain important information about the fail-safe operation of the KP8F: ● Safety instructions and approvals (Page 19) ● Requirements for fail-safe operation (Page 36) ● Connecting the HMI device (Page 42) ●...
  • Page 5 Preface Style conventions This manual uses the following style conventions: Style Convention Scope Terminology in the user interface, for example dialog names, "Add screen"  tabs, buttons, menu commands Required input, for example, limits, tag values.  Path information  "File >...
  • Page 6 Preface Technical Support Technical support for the products covered in the manual is available in the Internet at: ● Technical Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/4000024) ● Support Request (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/16605654) ● Service (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/16604318) ● Contacts and office locations (http://www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/aspa- db/en/Pages/default.aspx) ● Training center (http://sitrain.automation.siemens.com/sitrain/default.aspx?AppLang=en) Additional information on SIMATIC products is available in the Internet at: ●...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Overview..............................11 Product Overview.........................11 Scope of delivery .........................11 Design of KP8 and KP8F ......................12 Accessory kit ..........................14 Service packages.........................15 Performance features ........................15 Communication and enabled PLCs .....................16 Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner ..................16 Safety instructions and approvals ......................19 Safety Instructions ........................19 Approvals .............................21 TÜV certificate..........................23...
  • Page 8 Table of contents Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F......................41 "Mounting and connection of HMI device" checklist ..............41 Check the scope of delivery ......................41 Mounting the HMI device ......................41 Connecting the HMI device ......................42 4.4.1 Connection sequences and lines ....................42 4.4.2 Ports ............................
  • Page 9 Table of contents Technical specifications........................... 83 Dimensional diagram ........................83 Technical specifications .......................84 Fail-safe mode ..........................86 Interface description........................89 9.4.1 Inputs and outputs KP8........................89 9.4.2 Inputs and outputs KP8F ......................90 9.4.3 PROFINET ...........................91 Bit assignment in the process image ...................91 Sensor evaluation of the fail-safe channels .................93 Appendix..............................
  • Page 10 Table of contents KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 11: Overview

    Overview Product Overview Application scenarios of the HMI device The HMI device shows you operating states of a plant. You can actively control a running production process based on this information. The HMI device is designed for mounting in control panels, and replaces keys and LEDs that are individually mounted.
  • Page 12: Design Of Kp8 And Kp8F

    Overview 1.3 Design of KP8 and KP8F Design of KP8 and KP8F Front view and side view ① Labeling strips ② Oblong holes for a mounting clamp ③ Keyboard Plan view KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 13 Overview 1.3 Design of KP8 and KP8F Rear view KP8 ① Power supply connection and digital inputs and outputs ② Bar for strain relief ③ Seal ④ PROFINET interfaces KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 14: Accessory Kit

    Overview 1.4 Accessory kit Rear view KP8F ① Power supply connection and digital inputs and outputs ② Bar for strain relief ③ DIP switch ④ Seal ⑤ PROFINET interfaces Accessory kit The accessory kit for the KP8 contains: ● A 12-pin plug connector ●...
  • Page 15: Service Packages

    Overview 1.5 Service packages Service packages This service pack contains: 1 set connector, 12-pin, order number 6AV6671-3XY39-4AX0 KP8F This service pack contains: 1 set connector, 16-pin, order number 6AV6671-3XY49-4AX0 KP8, KP8F This service pack contains: 1 set plastic mounting clamps, order number 6AV6671-8XK00-0AX2 Performance features Performance features KP8 The HMI device offers a wide range of features that can be used without the need for...
  • Page 16: Communication And Enabled Plcs

    Overview 1.7 Communication and enabled PLCs Performance features KP8F The KP8F has the following additional performance features compared to the KP8: ● Fail-safe digital inputs for: – An EMERGENCY STOP button or alternatively – Two single-channel evaluations Communication and enabled PLCs Enabled PLCs The HMI device has been enabled for use with the following type of PLC: ●...
  • Page 17 Overview 1.8 Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner Fail-safe automation system Fail-safe automation system (F systems) are used in plants requiring higher levels of safety. F systems control production processes in such a way that residual error probability is taken into consideration to achieve a safe operating state when a shutdown occurs.
  • Page 18 Overview 1.8 Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner Example configuration of a F-system with KP8F The example shows the simultaneous operation of fail-safe and non fail-safe devices. In the example, each PROFINET IO device communicates with just one PROFINET IO- controller.
  • Page 19: Safety Instructions And Approvals

    Safety instructions and approvals Safety Instructions WARNING Injury or material damage If you do not follow precisely the safety guidelines and manuals in this handbook, this may result in sources of danger and make safety functions ineffective. This can result in personal injuries or material damage.
  • Page 20 Recall Note If a safety case occurs for the KP8F, the customer of the KP8F will be immediately informed by the Siemens sales department they ordered from and told about suitable measures. KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 21: Approvals

    II 3 G Ex nA II T4 II 3 D Ex tD A22 IP6X T xx °C – x ... Temperature values, see design examination certificate The design examination certificate is available at the following Internet address: Technical Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/4000024) KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 22 Safety instructions and approvals 2.2 Approvals FM approval "Factory Mutual Research" approval in accordance with Approval Standard Class Number 3611, 3600, 3810 Approved for use in: ● Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D Tx ● Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC Tx UL approval "Underwriters Laboratories Inc."...
  • Page 23: Tüv Certificate

    D-92209 Amberg You can find the certificates from the Technical Inspectorate in the Internet at the following address: "Technical Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/4000024)" Notes about Usage The HMI device is designed for industrial use, limit class A. The following standards are met: ●...
  • Page 24 If an HMI device is operated in potentially explosive atmospheres of zone 22, pay attention to the product information "Use in potentially explosive atmospheres of zones 2 and 22." The product information is available at the following Internet address: Technical Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/4000024) WARNING Personal injury and damage to property Personal injury and property damage can occur in potentially explosive atmospheres if an electric connection is disconnected from the HMI device while the system is in operation.
  • Page 25 Safety instructions and approvals 2.4 Notes about Usage Operating conditions for Zones 2 and 22 The following operating conditions apply for Zones 2 and 22: ● The HMI device must be installed in a control cabinet. The control cabinet must meet the following in accordance with EN 60529: –...
  • Page 26: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    The following documentation applies to the mounting of the HMI device: ● Description "Directives for interference-free installation of PLCs" (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/1064706)" ● The manual "PROFINET System Description" Pulseshaped Interference The following table shows the electromagnetic compatibility of modules compared to pulse- shaped interference.
  • Page 27 Safety instructions and approvals 2.5 Electromagnetic compatibility Sinusoidal interference The table below shows the EMC properties of the modules with respect to sinusoidal interference. These specifications only apply when the HMI device meets the specifications and directives regarding electrical installation. Sinusoidal interference Test values Corresponds...
  • Page 28 Safety instructions and approvals 2.5 Electromagnetic compatibility KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 29: Planning The Use

    Planning the use "Plan use" check list Before deploying the HMI device, you should check that the planned application of the HMI device complies with the following test steps. Test step Information Check Check climatic and mechanical ambient Ambient conditions for storage and conditions transport (Page 29) Set mounting position, installation location and...
  • Page 30: Ambient Conditions For Operation

    Planning the use 3.3 Ambient conditions for operation Test Permitted range 5 to 8 Hz, 3.5 mm, 10 cycles per axis Vibration, sinusoidal as per  IEC 60068-2-6:2007 8 to 500 Hz, 9.8 m/s , 10 cycles per axis  Test Fc Shock 250 m/s...
  • Page 31 Planning the use 3.3 Ambient conditions for operation Use with additional protective measures You may only use the HMI device at the following locations with additional protective measures: ● In locations with a high degree of ionizing radiation ● In locations with difficult operating conditions, for example due to: –...
  • Page 32: Mounting Positions And Type Of Fixation

    Planning the use 3.4 Mounting Positions and Type of Fixation Testing climatic ambient conditions In the following table, contains the tests that were checked on the HMI device in regards to the climatic ambient conditions for operation. Ambient condition Permitted range Comment Operating temperature See Mounting Positions and...
  • Page 33 Planning the use 3.4 Mounting Positions and Type of Fixation The following mounting positions are permitted: Mounting position Deviation from the vertical operating temperature, permissible ① Inclined < 30° 0 to 45 °C ② Vertical 0° 0 to 55 °C CAUTION Impermissible ambient temperatures Do not operate the HMI device without auxiliary ventilation.
  • Page 34: Preparing For Mounting

    Planning the use 3.5 Preparing for Mounting Preparing for Mounting Select the HMI device mounting location Points to observe when selecting the mounting location: ● Position the HMI device so that it is not subjected to direct sunlight. ● Position the HMI device such that it is ergonomically accessible for the user. Choose a suitable mounting height.
  • Page 35 Planning the use 3.5 Preparing for Mounting Dimensions of the mounting cut-out Multiple HMI devices are installed directly next to or under each other. The following image shows the dimensions of the mounting cut-out and the required intervals. Mounting Depth The mounting depth for the HMI device depends on the type of construction of the PROFINET connector.
  • Page 36: Insulation Resistance, Protection Class And Degree Of Protection

    Planning the use 3.6 Insulation resistance, protection class and degree of protection Insulation resistance, protection class and degree of protection Insulation resistance of the HMI device Proof of dielectric strength must be provided in the type test at a test voltage to IEC 61131-2:2007: Circuits with a nominal voltage of U Test voltage...
  • Page 37 Planning the use 3.7 Requirements for fail-safe operation Note Have the fail-safe part of the system checked and accepted by a registered company in regards to the prescribed technical safety controls before commissioning the HMI device. Sensor Requirements for Fail-Safe Sensors NOTICE Qualified sensor If you do not use any qualified, normed sensors, the safety categories SIL2, PL d and...
  • Page 38: Sensor For 1Oo2 Mode

    Planning the use 3.7 Requirements for fail-safe operation Fault detection Faults can be detected if the following connection errors are present: ● Short-circuit between two sensors ● Short-circuit to DC 24 V Signal duration In order to assure accurate detection of the sensor signal by the HMI device, you must ensure that the minimum duration for the sensor signal is adhered to.
  • Page 39 Planning the use 3.7 Requirements for fail-safe operation Note Our electronics are equipped with such safety engineering features so that 98% of the maximum permissible probability of hazardous faults is due to all other components of the safety function. This corresponds to the recommended load division in safety engineering between sensing devices, actuating devices, and electronic switching for input, processing, and output.
  • Page 40: Cables

    Planning the use 3.7 Requirements for fail-safe operation Signal duration In order to assure accurate detection of the sensor signal by the HMI device, you must ensure that the minimum duration for the sensor signal is adhered to. Refer to chapter "Technical specifications (Page 84) ".
  • Page 41: Mount And Connect Kp8 And Kp8F

    NOTICE Do not use damaged parts If you use defective parts from the items delivered, you may experience malfunctions. If you find defective parts in the item delivered, contact your Siemens partner. Only install undamaged parts. Mounting the HMI device Requirement ●...
  • Page 42: Connecting The Hmi Device

    ● The HMI device must be mounted according to the specifications of these operating instructions. ● Shielded standard cables For additional information, refer to the Internet at: Industry Mall (http://mall.automation.siemens.com) Connection sequence Note Failure to do so may result in damage to the HMI device.
  • Page 43: Ports

    Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.4 Connecting the HMI device Connecting the cables Pay attention to the following when connecting the lines: ● Do not bend contact pins ● The connector is coded to prevent faulty insertion The setting of the interfaces is described in Chapter "Technical specifications (Page 83)". 4.4.2 Ports The following figure below shows the interfaces of the KP8:...
  • Page 44: Connecting The Power Supply

    Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.4 Connecting the HMI device 4.4.3 Connecting the power supply Configuration diagram The figure below illustrates the connection between the power supply and the HMI device. Connecting the connector The plug-in connector for connecting the power supply is contained in the accessory kit and is designed for cables with a maximum cross-section of 1 mm .
  • Page 45: Connect Standard Inputs/Outputs

    Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.4 Connecting the HMI device Do not confuse the wires. Refer to the label for the contact pins on the rear of the HMI device. Note The HMI device is equipped with a polarity reversal protection circuit. Connecting the power supply CAUTION For the 24 VDC supply, use only power supply units with safety isolation complying with...
  • Page 46: Connect Kp8F - Fail-Safe Inputs

    Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.4 Connecting the HMI device Procedure Note Follow the notes about connectors in chapter "Connecting the power supply (Page 44)". 1. Connect the wires on the connector corresponding with the setting of the socket on the rear of the HMI device.
  • Page 47 Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.4 Connecting the HMI device Procedure 1. Connect the EMERGENCY-STOP button as follows to the connector for the fail-safe digital inputs: – Sensor supply VS.0 for the FI.0 input – Sensor supply VS.1 for the FI.1 input The EMERGENCY-STOP button must be connected as an equivalent break contact.
  • Page 48: Connecting The Plc

    Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.4 Connecting the HMI device Procedure The following approach is an example. 1. Connect the button as follows to the connector for the fail-safe digital inputs: – Sensor supply VS.0 for the FI.0 input –...
  • Page 49 Standard cables are available for the connection. You will find more information in the SIMATIC NET-catalog IK PI or on the Internet at: Industry Mall (http://mall.automation.siemens.com) Configuration diagram for serial configuration The figure below illustrates the connection between the HMI device and the controller with a serial configuration.
  • Page 50: Switching On And Testing The Hmi Device

    Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.5 Switching on and testing the HMI device Configuration diagram for star configuration The following figure shows the connection between the HMI device and the controller with a star configuration. Switching on and testing the HMI device Note If the KP8F is operated with an EMERGENCY STOP button, check during the fail-safe operation of the KP8F before each commissioning to see if the required parameters are set...
  • Page 51: Securing The Cables

    Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.6 Securing the cables 3. Press each light button after one another. The LED goes off after pressing light button. 4. Applies for the KP8F: After connecting the EMERGENCY-STOP button or the buttons, execute a function test. 5.
  • Page 52 Mount and connect KP8 and KP8F 4.6 Securing the cables KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 53: Operator Controls And Displays

    Operator controls and displays Front-sided control elements and displays Controls Display elements There are 8 light buttons on the front of the HMI device. The corresponding bit in the controller is set as long as the key is pressed. Surface LEDs are integrated in each key. They can be used to represent bit states of the connected controller.
  • Page 54: Rear Operator Controls And Displays

    Operator controls and displays 5.2 Rear operator controls and displays The following figure shows the numbering of the LEDs: Utilization of the buttons occurs via the process image. Refer to chapter "Bit assignment in the process image (Page 91) ". Rear operator controls and displays On the rear of the KP8 and the KP8F, you will find the following operator elements and displays.
  • Page 55: Labeling Keys

    Operator controls and displays 5.3 Labeling keys PROFINET interfaces There are two LEDs on each PROFINET interface. These LEDs display the status of the PROFINET communication. The following table shows the meaning: Green LED Yellow LED Meaning LINK RX/TX No PROFINET connection PROFINET communication possible PROFINET communication runs Labeling keys...
  • Page 56 Operator controls and displays 5.3 Labeling keys "Technical Support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?aktprim=99&lang=en&referer=%2fW W%2f&func=cslib.csinfo2&siteid=csius&extranet=standard&viewreg=WW)" Observe the information in this file. The labeling strips have the following dimensions: Procedure 1. Edit the template. 2. Print the template. You can use printable labels and paper. Always ensure an adequate material stiffness during the selection.
  • Page 57: Setting The Kp8 And Kp8F

    HMI device are required. Information, such as how to set the F-I/O in STEP 7, can be found in the Programming and operation manual "S7 Distributed Safety - Configuring and Programming" (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/22099875) and in the "Safety Technology in SIMATIC S7" system manual (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/12490443).
  • Page 58: Setting Controller - Communication Hmi Device

    Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.3 Setting controller - communication HMI device Display catalog structure KP8 and KP8F are displayed in the catalog structure of the HW config, "GSD" folder - see red labeling in the following image. Setting controller - communication HMI device HW Config of the STEP 7 project has to be configured and set to enable communication between HMI device and controller.
  • Page 59 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.3 Setting controller - communication HMI device Requirement ● The SIMATIC Manager opens in "HW Config". In the following image, the slots that must be set are labeled in red. The setting described in the following uses KP8 as an example and applies similarly for the KP8F.
  • Page 60 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.3 Setting controller - communication HMI device Procedure – Setting slot 1 1. Double click in the properties window on slot 1. The "Properties – KP8 inputs/outputs" dialog box opens. 2. Open the "Addresses" tab. In the "Inputs"...
  • Page 61: Configuring Media Redundancy Protocol

    Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.4 Configuring Media Redundancy Protocol 6. Change the entries, if required. 7. Click "OK". The entries are saved. The dialog box closes. Result The HMI device will now respond in operation according to the new setting. The switch states of the digital inputs/outputs of the HMI device are stored in the specified address area of the controller.
  • Page 62 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.4 Configuring Media Redundancy Protocol Procedure 1. Double-click the "X2" slot in the station window. The following dialog appears. 2. Select the "Media Redundancy" tab. The "X317-2" controller can perform three different roles in MRP. Parameter Meaning Not in the ring...
  • Page 63 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.4 Configuring Media Redundancy Protocol 6. Double-click the "X1" slot in the station window. The following dialog appears. 7. Select the "Media Redundancy" tab. 8. Select the marked entry from the "Role" list box. Parameter Meaning Not not in the ring The KP8 is not a node of the MRP...
  • Page 64: Setting Kp8F - Step 7

    Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.5 Setting KP8F - STEP 7 12. Select the required partner port from the "Partner port" list box. The selected partner is therefore defined as the next partner of the MRP. If you select "Any partner", MRP will not work. A message is displayed. Parameter Meaning Any partner...
  • Page 65 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.5 Setting KP8F - STEP 7 In the following image, the slot that must be set is labeled in red. Procedure 1. Double click in the properties window on slot 2. The "Properties – F-DI" dialog box opens. 2.
  • Page 66 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.5 Setting KP8F - STEP 7 6. In the list, select: – Not activated "Not activated" is the default entry. – 1oo2 (2v2)-evaluation, EMERGENCY STOP – 1oo1 (1v1)-evaluation, single-channel The selection is based on the connection corresponding with chapter "Connect KP8F - fail-safe inputs (Page 46)".
  • Page 67: Setting Profisafe Address For Kp8F

    Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.6 Setting PROFIsafe address for KP8F Setting PROFIsafe address for KP8F A PROFIsafe target address is assigned when you add the HMI device in the HW Config of the STEP 7 project. The PROFIsafe target address is the value of the "F_Dest_Add" parameter - see chapter "Setting KP8F - STEP 7 (Page 64)".
  • Page 68: Kp8F - Configure Shared Device

    Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.7 KP8F – Configure Shared Device Set the DIP switch on the back of the KP8F as follows: The illustrated switch settings correspond with the binary address 383. Result The HMI device can be uniquely identified by the configured PROFIsafe target address. KP8F –...
  • Page 69 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.7 KP8F – Configure Shared Device In the following image, the module to be configured is labeled in red. Procedure 1. Double-click in the station window on the marked device. The following dialog appears. 2. Select the "Shared" tab. The buttons are gray as long as no device is selected.
  • Page 70 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.7 KP8F – Configure Shared Device 7. If there are several Shared Device connections, you must select a device for full access. The following dialog appears: 8. Select the required device for the access type "Full". 9.
  • Page 71: Kp8F - Configure Shared Device For Non Fail-Safe Controller

    Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.8 KP8F – Configure Shared Device for non fail-safe controller KP8F – Configure Shared Device for non fail-safe controller You can also operate the KP8F with a non fail-safe controller. The non fail-safe controller must support Shared Device in this case. Requirement ●...
  • Page 72 Setting the KP8 and KP8F 6.8 KP8F – Configure Shared Device for non fail-safe controller 3. Select "…" for the Shared Device connection. The parameter indicates that there is no access by the controller. 4. Click "OK". The entry is saved. The dialog box closes. Result Shared Device is configured for the KP8F and for a non fail-safe controller.
  • Page 73: Operating Kp8F In A Fail-Safe Manner

    Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner Overview Fail-safe mode You can use the HMI device in standard mode and fail-safe mode simultaneously. In fail-safe mode the HMI device recognizes signal states from suitable fail-safe sensors and sends corresponding safety telegrams to the fail-safe controller where the safety program runs.
  • Page 74: Passivate Hmi Device

    Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner 7.2 Passivate HMI device Responses to faults in the system In the case of a failure,the F channels of the HMI device are passivated. This means "0" will be recognized at all fail-safe digital inputs. The system must be configured so that the required safe operating mode can occur.
  • Page 75: Error Diagnostics

    Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner 7.3 Error diagnostics Determining passivation If you want to determine if the HMI device is passive or not, address the "PASS_OUT" variable of the F-I/O. The variable can be assigned the following values: ● 0 = HMI device not passive ●...
  • Page 76: Repair Error And Reintegrate

    F-I/O-DB can be found in the Programming and operation manual "S7 Distributed Safety - Configuring and Programming" (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/22099875)". HMI device with a serious error If a serious error in the HMI device leads to its failure, the HMI device reacts as follows: ●...
  • Page 77 More information about the reintegration of F-I/O and for creating a user acknowledgement in the safety program can be found in the Programming and operation manual "S7 Distributed Safety - Configuring and Programming" (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/22099875). KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 78: Response Times Of The Profisafe Devices

    Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner 7.5 Response times of the PROFIsafe devices Response times of the PROFIsafe devices Response time of KP8F The response time of the HMI device enters into the calculation of the response time of the F-system.
  • Page 79 You can find the current version of this table on the Internet at the following address: "Support Request (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/16605654)", Entry - ID 19138505 Detailed information for the calculation of the response time of the F-system can be found in the "Safety Technology in SIMATIC S7"...
  • Page 80 Operating KP8F in a fail-safe manner 7.5 Response times of the PROFIsafe devices KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 81: Maintain And Service Kp8 And Kp8F

    Maintain and service KP8 and KP8F Maintenance and care Observe the safety instructions during maintenance and care found in chapter "Safety Instructions (Page 19)". Scope of maintenance The HMI device is designed for maintenance-free operation. Cyclic maintenance work is not required.
  • Page 82: Spare Parts And Repairs

    Maintain and service KP8 and KP8F 8.2 Spare parts and repairs Spare parts and repairs If the unit needs to be repaired, ship the HMI device to the Return Center in Fürth. The address is: Siemens AG Industry Sector Returns Center Siemensstr. 2 90766 Fürth...
  • Page 83: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Dimensional diagram You can find more images on the Internet at: Image database (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb) KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 84: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications 9.2 Technical specifications Technical specifications Weight KP8, including connector and mounting clamps, 270 g without packaging KP8F, including connector and mounting clamps, 280 g without packaging Power supply Nominal value +24 VDC Range, permissible +20,4 V … +28,8 V (–15 %, +20 %) Value for t <...
  • Page 85 Technical specifications 9.2 Technical specifications KP8 - digital inputs/outputs Connectable Keys, switches Number of digital inputs/outputs, standard mode Electrically isolated from internal logic Input voltage Nominal value +24 VDC   With "0" signal 0 … +5 V   With "1"...
  • Page 86: Fail-Safe Mode

    Technical specifications 9.3 Fail-safe mode Fail-safe mode KP8F internal The block diagram of the KP8F: The relevant values of the individual blocks are shown in the following. Note All values for the following data are based on the SN 29500:2005 and an ambient temperature of 60 °C.
  • Page 87 Technical specifications 9.3 Fail-safe mode Input unit – 1oo2 mode Parameter Value Comment Hardware Fault Tolerance – Classification – Architecture 1oo2D 1st detected failure leads to the safe state Failure mode Dangerous process value Due to failures in the input circuit Detected 5.78 FIT ...
  • Page 88: Power Supply

    Technical specifications 9.3 Fail-safe mode Power supply Parameter Value Comment Hardware Fault Tolerance – Classification – Architecture 1oo1D – Failure mode Dangerous process value Due to failures in the power supply Detected 22.50 FIT   Undetected 0.22 FIT  ...
  • Page 89: Interface Description

    Technical specifications 9.4 Interface description Fail-safe mode for 1oo2 evaluation ● In accordance with IEC 61508:2010 Systematic Capability SIL3 Mode of operation High and low demand mode Meantime to Restoration (MTTR) 100 h Probability of a dangerous failure per hour 2.55 ×...
  • Page 90: Inputs And Outputs Kp8F

    Technical specifications 9.4 Interface description Assignment Ground Ground +24 VDC +24 VDC IO.0 digital input/output 0 IO.1 digital input/output 1 IO.2 digital input/output 2 IO.3 digital input/output 3 IO.4 digital input/output 4 IO.5 digital input/output 5 IO.6 digital input/output 6 IO.7 digital input/output 7 9.4.2...
  • Page 91: Profinet

    Technical specifications 9.5 Bit assignment in the process image 9.4.3 PROFINET RJ45 plug connector, 8-pin Assignment Receive data + Receive data – Transmit data + n. c. n. c. Transmit data – n. c. n. c. Bit assignment in the process image The signal states of HMI device digital inputs/outputs that are used in standard mode are saved in their own process images independently from the signal states of the fail-safe channels.
  • Page 92 Technical specifications 9.5 Bit assignment in the process image Output area of the controller Each of the three questions has its own output byte. The LEDs are assigned to the bits in the output area of the controller as follows: Bit 7 Bit6 Bit 5...
  • Page 93: Sensor Evaluation Of The Fail-Safe Channels

    Technical specifications 9.6 Sensor evaluation of the fail-safe channels Sensor evaluation of the fail-safe channels Note For digital inputs that are reserved with a fail-safe channel, the process image described in the chapter "Bit assignment in the process image (Page 91)" is not used. The fail-safe channels occupy the following address areas in the process image of the fail- safe controller: Input area...
  • Page 94 Technical specifications 9.6 Sensor evaluation of the fail-safe channels ● 1oo2 evaluation The slot 2 was set with "1oo2 (2v2)-evaluation, EMERGENCY STOP". The EMERGENCY STOP button is evaluated. Bit 0 determines whether or not the EMERGENCY STOP button was pressed. The bit can take on the following values: –...
  • Page 95: Appendix

    Appendix ESD guideline What does ESD mean? An electronic module is equipped with highly integrated electronic components. Due to their design, electronic components are highly sensitive to overvoltage and thus to the discharge of static electricity. Such electronic components are labeled as electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD).
  • Page 96 Appendix A.1 ESD guideline ① Synthetic materials ② Wool ③ Antistatic materials such as wood or concrete Protective measures against discharge of static electricity CAUTION Grounding measures There is no equipotential bonding without grounding. An electrostatic charge is not discharged and may damage the ESD. When working with electrostatic sensitive devices, make sure that the person and the workplace are properly grounded.
  • Page 97: Abbreviations

    Abbreviations Central Processing Unit Direct Current Dual-in-Line Distributed I/O Electrostatic Discharge, the components and modules endangered by such Electromagnetic Compatibility European standard Electrostatic Sensitive Device F-CPU Fail-safe Central Processing Unit Ground Device master file High Frequency Human Machine Interface International Electronical Commission Light Emitting Diode MTTR Meantime to Restoration...
  • Page 98 Abbreviations KP8, KP8F Operating Instructions, 10/2010, A5E03284305-01...
  • Page 99: Glossary

    Glossary Automation system (AS) is a controller of the SIMATIC S7 series such as a SIMATIC S7-1200. Controller General term for devices and systems with which the HMI device communicates, e.g. SIMATIC S7. Diagnostics Diagnostics enable you to determine if the signals are being correctly registered in the fail- safe HMI device.
  • Page 100 Glossary Passivation If the F-I/O detects a fault/error, it switches the affected channel or all its channels to the safe state. In other words, channels of this F-I/O are passivated. The F-I/O reports the detected error to CPU via the slave diagnostics. With an F-I/O with inputs, passivation is performed by the the F system by making available substitute values (0) to the safety program instead of the process values queued at the fail-safe inputs.
  • Page 101 Glossary PROFIsafe address Every F-I/O has a PROFIsafe address. This address is used to receive safety frames from the fail-safe CPU or send safety frames to the fail-safe CPU. Proof-test interval The proof-test interval is the time period after which a component must be put into fail-safe state.
  • Page 102 Glossary Sensor evaluation Two types of sensor evaluation: ● 1oo1 evaluation Sensor signal is read once. ● 1oo2 evaluation The sensor signal is read twice by the same F-I/O and compared internally. Standard mode Operating mode of an HMI device in which only standard communication is possible and safety-related communication cannot be performed via safety frames.
  • Page 103: Index

    Index Setting the KP8F, 57 Climatic Transport conditions, 29 Communication error, 75 1oo1 evaluation Condensation, 30 encoder, 93 Conductor cross-section, 44 1oo1-parameterization, 17 Configuration diagram 1oo2 evaluation Connecting the controller, 49, 50 EMERGENCY-STOP button, 94 Connecting the power supply, 44 1oo2 parameterization, 17 Configuration error, 75 connecting...
  • Page 104 Index Input/output non fail-safe, 46 EC Declaration of Conformity, 21 Input/output device Electrostatic charge, 95 External, 15 EMERGENCY STOP connection, 46 Installation cut-out, 35 EMERGENCY-STOP button Dimensions, 35 Bit assignment, 94 Installation location, 34 connect fail-safe, 47 insulation resistance, 36 Response to, 73 Interference Emission, 23...
  • Page 105 Index Protective measure Static electricity, 96 Notice of protected rights, 3 Protocol, 16 Office location, 6 Radio interference, 23 Operating Reading Safety, 20 Diagnostics function, 75 Operating instructions Rechargeable battery Scope, 3 Used, 6 Operation Recycling, 6 In industry, 23 Registered trademark, 3 In potentially explosive atmospheres, 24 Request...
  • Page 106 Index Technical specifications Fail-safe mode, 88, 89 KP8, 85 KP8F, 85 Plug connector, 89, 90 Power supply, 84 Response time, 79 RJ45, 91 Weight, 84 Technical support, 6 Technical Support, 6 Test Climatic conditions, 32 Mechanical conditions, 31 Testing HMI device, 50 Trademark, 3 Training center, 6 Transport conditions, 29...

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