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Communication module

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Edition 03/2010
Communication with LOGO!
on the EIB according to the Konnex standard

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  • Page 1 Manual Edition 03/2010 Communication with LOGO! on the EIB according to the Konnex standard...
  • Page 3 ___________________ CM EIB Preface ___________________ Description ___________________ Application planning LOGO! ___________________ Installation ___________________ CM EIB Connecting ___________________ Commissioning Manual ___________________ Service and maintenance ___________________ Functions ___________________ Technical data ___________________ List of abbreviations 03/2010 J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 4 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 5: Preface

    Purpose and content of the manual This manual informs you about the installation, connection, commissioning, and use of the CM EIB communication module for LOGO!. Trademarks LOGO! is a registered trademark of Siemens AG. Guide The manual is divided into 8 chapters: ● Description ●...
  • Page 6 ● Use of LOGO! as roller blind control in combination with an EIB pushbutton ● Dimming with LOGO! Further information and support For additional information about all aspects of our CM EIB for LOGO! products and systems, please visit our homepage at: \\www.siemens.com\logo. History Edition Internal document number...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Preface ..............................5 Description..............................9 What is the CM EIB?........................9 How CM EIB is set up ........................10 Application planning..........................11 General installation guidelines .....................11 Transportation ..........................11 Storage............................11 Installation ............................... 13 Installation ............................13 Connecting .............................. 15 Connecting the power supply.......................15 Connecting the EIB ........................17 Commissioning ............................
  • Page 8 Table of contents 7.4.2 EIB parameterization........................35 7.4.2.1 LOGO! configuration ........................35 7.4.2.2 Analog inputs/outputs........................37 7.4.2.3 Digital input/outputs........................40 Technical data ............................43 List of abbreviations..........................45 CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 9: Description

    Description What is the CM EIB? CM EIB is a communication module (CM) for connecting LOGO! to EIB/KNX. The LOGO! communication module was implemented as slave module for the LOGO! control module (12/24 or 115/240 V). The module permits communication between the LOGO! master and external EIB devices via the EIB.
  • Page 10: How Cm Eib Is Set Up

    Description 1.2 How CM EIB is set up How CM EIB is set up ① Power supply ② Bus slide switch, interface to LOGO! ③ RUN/STOP mode indicator, LED for LOGO! communication ④ BUS LED, EIB communication ⑤ Labeling field for physical address ⑥...
  • Page 11: Application Planning

    Application planning General installation guidelines The following guidelines must be observed when mounting and connecting the CM EIB: ● When connecting the CM EIB, make sure that you observe all applicable and legally binding standards. Adhere to the relevant national and regional regulations when installing and operating the device.
  • Page 12 Application planning 2.3 Storage CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 13: Installation

    Installation Installation Requirements ● Create a zero-voltage state. ● CM EIB must always be installed as the last module to the right of LOGO!, because no additional interface modules may be connected to the CM EIB. Installation instructions 1. Follow the installation instructions included with every device. 2.
  • Page 14 Installation 3.1 Installation CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 15: Connecting

    Connecting Connecting the power supply The CM EIB can be powered with a choice of 24 V AC or 24 V DC. The CM EIB is a switching device with protective insulation. A protective conductor connection is not required. Note Refer to the connection notes in the included product documentation Refer to the connection notes in the product information included with your device as well as the technical data regarding the allowable voltage tolerances, line frequencies, and power...
  • Page 16 Connecting 4.1 Connecting the power supply Power supply connection procedure: ● Connect the CM EIB to the mains, as shown in the following graphic. ● Protection by means of a melting fuse (80 mA/delayed action) is recommended. CM EIB with CM EIB with DC supply AC supply...
  • Page 17: Connecting The Eib

    Connecting 4.2 Connecting the EIB Connecting the EIB Material and tools to be used ● Standard bus cable (see Chapter Technical data (Page 43)). ● Screwdriver with 3 mm blade width (the LOGO! and EIB/KNX terminals are identical.) EIB connection procedure: ●...
  • Page 18 Connecting 4.2 Connecting the EIB CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 19: Commissioning

    3. Configuration of the application program in the ETS. 4. The application program is loaded via the EIB interface in the nodes. The application program is available on the LOGO! homepage (http://www.siemens.com/logo). 5. Click "Program Physical Address" in the ETS.
  • Page 20: Operating States Of The Cm Eib

    Commissioning 5.2 Operating states of the CM EIB Operating states of the CM EIB The CM EIB is a LOGO! expansion module and has two LEDs that indicate the operating state of the device. These are: ● "RUN/STOP" LED: Communication with LOGO! ●...
  • Page 21: Response To Communications Failure

    Commissioning 5.3 Response to communications failure Response to communications failure LOGO! power failure In the event of LOGO! power failure or interruption of communication to the LOGO! master or the left communication partner, the outputs are set to 0. The RUN/STOP LED glows red after one second.
  • Page 22 Commissioning 5.3 Response to communications failure CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 23: Service And Maintenance

    ● Also, remove dirt from the housing to avoid impairing the function of the operator controls and the enclosure ventilation. Repair For questions related to the repair process, please contact the relevant Siemens regional office. Disposal Devices described in this programming manual can be recycled owing to the low content of noxious substances in their version.
  • Page 24 Service and maintenance 6.3 Disposal CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 25: Functions

    Functions Available functions The CM EIB takes over communication between LOGO! and EIB and enables communication via EIB inputs and outputs. Communication with the LOGO! master 7.2.1 Process image The process image is as follows. Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2...
  • Page 26: Data Telegram: Time

    Functions 7.3 EIB inputs/outputs 7.2.2 Data telegram: Time The LOGO! master supports the exchange of date and time in both directions. Ensure that on the LOGO! master "On" is set in the Clock/Sync menu if the time is to be synchronized from the EIB.
  • Page 27 Functions 7.3 EIB inputs/outputs Application example Figure 7-1 Application example 1. To represent the LOGO! inputs (I1 to I8 and I9 to I12) as outputs on the EIB, these must be connected in the LOGO! application with free EIB outputs (Q9 to Q16). 2.
  • Page 28: Eib Communication

    Functions 7.4 EIB communication EIB communication The LOGO! hardware inputs and outputs are also represented on the EIB. 7.4.1 EIB communication objects 7.4.1.1 LOGO! digital inputs LOGO! input Available on LOGO Communication object Parameter Digital output I1 Digital output I2 Digital output I3 Digital output I4 Digital output I5...
  • Page 29 Functions 7.4 EIB communication Digital output I21 Digital input I21 Monoflop (time), preferred state Digital output I22 Digital input I22 Monoflop (time), preferred state Digital output I23 Digital input I23 Monoflop (time), preferred state Digital output I24 Digital input I24 Monoflop (time), preferred state Bus status The digital outputs are always displayed on the EIB as EIS1.
  • Page 30 Functions 7.4 EIB communication Input with monoflop behavior, preferred state = 1 Monoflop time = Tm Figure 7-2 Input with monoflop behavior, preferred state = 1 Input with monoflop behavior, preferred state = 0 Figure 7-3 Input with monoflop behavior, preferred state = 0 Normal input without preferred state Figure 7-4 Normal input without preferred state...
  • Page 31: Logo! Digital Outputs

    Functions 7.4 EIB communication 7.4.1.2 LOGO! digital outputs LOGO! Available on Communication object Parameter output LOGO HW Digital output Q1 Digital output Q2 Digital output Q3 Digital output Q4 Digital output Q5 Digital output Q5 Dimmer/step code/edge Digital output Q6 Digital output Q6 Dimmer/step code/edge Digital output Q7...
  • Page 32 Functions 7.4 EIB communication The dimming speed is set as a parameter in the EIB configuration. Figure 7-5 EIB dimming control If 2 outputs are parameterized as shutter/blind controllers (0/1 suppression and edge evaluation), one output each is parameterized as 0 suppression (only falling edges are sent as 0 on the EIB) and one output is parameterized as 1 suppression (only rising edges are sent as 1 on the EIB).
  • Page 33: Logo! Analog Inputs

    Functions 7.4 EIB communication 7.4.1.3 LOGO! analog inputs LOGO! Available on Communication object Parameter input LOGO HW Analog output AI1 Type/adaptation/COV/cycle Analog input AI1 Type/offset Analog output AI2 Type/adaptation/COV/cycle Analog input AI2 Type/offset Analog output AI3 Type/adaptation/COV/cycle Analog input AI3 Type/offset Analog output AI4 Type/adaptation/COV/cycle...
  • Page 34 Functions 7.4 EIB communication With the change in value for transmission, a COV threshold (change of value) is set for the analog value, i.e. when the value changes more than the COV threshold, it is sent automatically. At the same time, it is also possible to set the value to be sent cyclically. Depending on the value of 2 digital outputs to be configured, the two LOGO! analog outputs can be mapped to different analog values in the EIB/KNX.
  • Page 35: Eib Parameterization

    Functions 7.4 EIB communication 7.4.2 EIB parameterization 7.4.2.1 LOGO! configuration The dialog screen shown below is used to change LOGO! configuration settings. Figure 7-7 LOGO! configuration Configuration parameters The individual configuration parameters are described below: ● Number of digital inputs/outputs, locally on the LOGO! and virtually via EIB The parameters for the digital EIB inputs/outputs are shown or hidden depending on this information.
  • Page 36 Functions 7.4 EIB communication ● Time and date data type 2 data types can be chosen here: 3 bytes each for time and date or 8 bytes combined data type for date and time. ● Response to bus power failure If bus power is lost, the EIB inputs are retained or set to 0, depending on the settings.
  • Page 37: Analog Inputs/Outputs

    Functions 7.4 EIB communication 7.4.2.2 Analog inputs/outputs The dialog screens for parameterizing the analog inputs/outputs are shown below. The data types of the analog inputs can be switched between 0-100% and EIB-Float. LOGO! analog inputs These are the physical analog inputs available on the LOGO!. Figure 7-8 Configuration screen for the LOGO! analog inputs CM EIB...
  • Page 38 Functions 7.4 EIB communication EIB analog inputs These are the logical analog inputs on the EIB module. Figure 7-9 Configuration screen for the EIB analog inputs CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 39 Functions 7.4 EIB communication EIB analog outputs These are the logical analog outputs on the EIB module. Figure 7-10 Configuration screen for the EIB analog outputs CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 40: Digital Input/Outputs

    Functions 7.4 EIB communication 7.4.2.3 Digital input/outputs The dialog screens for parameterizing the digital inputs/outputs are shown below. EIB digital inputs These are the logical digital inputs on the EIB module. The EIB digital inputs can be switched between monoflop and normal mode. Figure 7-11 Configuration screen for the EIB digital inputs CM EIB...
  • Page 41 Functions 7.4 EIB communication EIB digital outputs These are the logical digital outputs on the EIB module. The EIB digital outputs can be switched between dimmer control start/stop, cyclical dimmer control, edge evaluation, and normal mode. Q13/14 and Q15/16 can additionally be parameterized as multiplexers for the analog outputs.
  • Page 42 Functions 7.4 EIB communication CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 43: Technical Data

    Technical data Electrical data Supply voltage 24 V AC 24 V DC Permitted range -15% +10% -15% +20% Current consumption from power supply max. 25 mA Current consumption via BUS 5 mA Data transmission rate EIB 9600 baud Design and construction Standard width 2 WM Dimensions (W x H x D)
  • Page 44 Technical data Ambient conditions Permissible operating temperature 0 °C to +55 °C Natural convection Storage and transport temperature -40 °C to +70 °C Humidity 95% at +25 °C Safety Degree of protection IP 20 Radio interference suppression EN 55011 (limit class B) Certification EIB/KNX UL 508...
  • Page 45: List Of Abbreviations

    List of abbreviations Communication module European Installation Bus EIB Interoperability Standard EIB Tool Software Standard of the Konnex Association CM EIB Manual, 03/2010, J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618...
  • Page 46 Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Industry Automation Control Components and Systems Engineering PO. 2355, D-90713 Fürth DEUTSCHLAND Order no. J31069-D1262-U002-A4-7618 www.siemens.com...

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