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Configuring The As-I Slave - Siemens SINAMICS G110D Series Getting Started

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Table 3- 18
Table 3- 19
3.3

Configuring the AS-i slave

Overview
Before data transfer can take place between the AS-i Master and the slave devices each
slave must be assigned an address. The address of a AS-i slave can be assigned using the
following methods:
● Addressing off-line using the Siemens Addressing Programmer
● Addressing on-line using the controlling system, such as a PLC via the AS-i Master (it
should be noted that only one slave with address 0 may be present on the bus if this
method is to be implemented).
The addresses are designated numbers between 1 and 31, with each slave device having a
preset address of 0. If the AS-i master detects a slave with address 0, it recognizes the
device and can automaticallly assign an address to the device and integrate the device into
the AS-i network (If more than one slave device has the address 0, the automatic address
assignment and integration is not possible).
SINAMICS G110D
Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA
Analog input specifications
Analog connections
Pin
Function
1
10V (10 mA) / 24 V
2
AIN+
3
0V
4
AIN-
5
Functional Earth
AS-i connector specifications
ASI connections
Pin
Function
1
ASi+
2
AUX-
3
ASi-
4
AUX+
5
Function earth
3.3 Configuring the AS-i slave
Description
AS-i positive
Auxilary 0 V
AS-i negative
Auxilary 24 V
Earth connection
Electrical Installation
AS-i system cable colour
Yellow
Black
Yellow
Black
-
31

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