GE AF-650 GP Operating Instructions Manual

GE AF-650 GP Operating Instructions Manual

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  • Page 1 GE Consumer & Industrial Electrical Distribution AF-650 GP & AF-600 FP OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    IP traffic 5 How to Control I/O Assembly Instances EtherNet/IP Connections Class 1 connection Class 3 connection Unconnected Messages, UCMM Control Word Profile Change of State, COS GE Drive Control Profile GE Drive Control Profile Status Word according to (STW)
  • Page 3 Bus Speed Reference Value under Instances 20/70 and 21/71 6 Parameters Parameter Group O-## Parameter Group EN-## O-## Options/Comms EN-## EtherNet Data Types Data Types Supported by AF-650 GP/AF-600 FP 7 Troubleshooting Step-by-step Troubleshooting Alarm Word and Warning Word 8 Appendix Supported CIP Objects...
  • Page 4: Safety

    In no event shall GE be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use, or the inability to use information contained in this manual, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. In particular, GE is not responsible for any costs including but not limited to those incurred as a result of lost profits or revenue, loss or damage of equipment, loss of computer programs, loss of data, the costs to substitute these, or any claims by third parties.
  • Page 5: Warning Against Unintended Start

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 1.1.4 Warning against Unintended Start The motor can be brought to a stop by means of digital commands, bus commands, references or a local stop, while the frequency converter is connected to mains. If personal safety considerations make it necessary to ensure that no unintended start occurs, these stop functions are not sufficient. While parameters are being changed, the motor may start.
  • Page 6: Introduction

    2.1.3 Assumptions These operating instructions are under the conditions that the GE EtherNet/IP option is used in conjunction with a GE AF-650 GPor AF-600 FP frequency converter, inclusive that the installed controller supports the interfaces described in this document and that all the requirements stipulated in the controller, as well as the frequency converter, are strictly observed along with all limitations herein.
  • Page 7: Odva Conformance

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 2.1.6 ODVA Conformance The EtherNet/IP option is tested to conform to the ODVA standards, and is certified, towards conformance test level version 3. 2.1.7 Abbreviations Abbreviation Definition Actual Packet Interval Control Card Common Industrial Protocol Control Word DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol EtherNet/IP Electromagnetic Compatibility...
  • Page 8: How To Install

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 3 How to Install 3.1 Installation 3.1.1 The EtherNet/IP Option OCPEIP Illustration 3.1: Overview of the option...
  • Page 9: How To Install Option In Frequency Converter

    Items required for installing a network option in the frequency converter: The network option Network option adaptor frame for the AF-650 GP/AF-600 FP. This frame is deeper than the standard frame, to allow space for the network option beneath Strain relief (only for unit sizes 11 and 12) Instructions: Remove Keypad panel from the AF-650 GP/AF-600 FP.
  • Page 10: Led Behaviour

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 3.1.3 LED Behaviour The option has 3 bi-coloured LEDs according to ODVA specifications: LED Label Description Module Status Network Status Ethernet Port 1 Network Status Ethernet Port 2 The option LED’s operates according to ODVA specifications. State Description No power The device is un-powered Device operational...
  • Page 11: Topology

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 3.1.4 Topology The OPCEIP features a build-in Ethernet-switch, thus having two Ethernet RJ-45 connectors. This enables the possibility for connecting several EtherNet/IP options in a line topology as an alternative to the typical star-topology. The two ports are equal, in the sense that they are transparent for the option. If only one connector is used, either port can be used. Illustration 3.2: Star topology Illustration 3.3: Line topology For line topology please refer to section: “Recommended design rules”...
  • Page 12: Network

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Please observe that mounting drives of different power-sizes in a line topology may result in unwanted power-off behaviour. Smaller drives discharge faster than bigger drives. This can result in loss of link in the line topology, which may lead to control word timeout. To avoid this, mount the drives with the longest discharge time first in the line topology.
  • Page 13: Recommended Design Rules

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 3.1.6 Recommended Design Rules While designing Ethernet networks special attention and caution must be taken regarding active network components. While designing a network for line topology it is important to notice that a small delay is added with each every switch in the line. It is not recommended to connect more than 32 drives in a line at any API.
  • Page 14: Emc Precautions

    The following EMC precautions are recommended in order to achieve interference-free operation of the Ethernet network. Additional EMC information is available in the AF-650 GP/AF-600 FP series Design Guide. Relevant national and local regulations, for example regarding protective earth connection, must be observed.
  • Page 15 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP...
  • Page 16: How To Configure

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 4 How to Configure 4.1.1 IP Settings All IP-related parameters are located in parameter group EN-##: EN-00 IP Address Assignment EN-01 IP Address EN-02 Subnet Mask EN-03 Default Gateway EN-04 DHCP Server EN-05 Lease Expires EN-06 Name Servers EN-07 Domain Name EN-08...
  • Page 17: Ethernet Link Parameters

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Par. EN-03, Default Gateway is optional and only used in routed networks. Par. EN-06, Name Servers Par. EN-07, Domain Name Par. EN-08, Host Name Are used with Domain Name Server systems and are all optional. If DHCP or BOOTP is selected as IP address assignment, these parameters are read only. It is only possible to assign valid class A, B and C IP address to the option.
  • Page 18: Configuring The Scanner

    The current version of the major EtherNet/IP configuration tools does not support EDS-files for EtherNet/IP devices. Configuring a Rockwell Master For configuring a AF-650 GP/AF-600 FP with OCPEIP for operation with a Rockwell (Allen-Bradley) Scanner via EtherNet/IP, the AF-650 GP must be added as a Generic Ethernet Module.
  • Page 19 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP The Module Info – This tap holds generic information. The Reset Module – This button will make a simulated Power-cycle of the drive. For more information on the CIP class 1 Forward Open command, please refer to section: EtherNet/IP Connections under the How to Control -chapter.
  • Page 20: Ip Traffic

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 4.1.4 IP traffic The use of Ethernet based network for industrial automation purposes, calls for careful and thorough network design. Especially the use of active network components like switches and routers requires detailed know-how about the behaviour of IP traffic. Some important issues: Multicast Multicast traffic;...
  • Page 21 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP...
  • Page 22: How To Control

    It is not possible to mix instances across profiles, e.g. 20/100. Assembly instances must be consistent to the: ODVA or Drive profile. The controlling instance can be read in par. EN-20, Control Instance. The figure below shows the I/O Assembly Instance options for controlling and monitoring the AF-650 GP/AF-600 FP drive. Profile...
  • Page 23: Ethernet/Ip Connections

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Use of 32-bit process data. For configuration of a 2-word (32-bit) parameter read/write, use 2 consecutive arrays in par. EN-21 and EN-22, like [2]+[3], [4]+[5], [6]+[7] etc. Read/write of 2- word values in arrays like: [3]+[4], [5]+[6], [7]+[8] are not possible. 5.1.2 EtherNet/IP Connections The OPCEIP option supports the CIP connections described in the following sections: 5.1.3 Class 1 connection...
  • Page 24: Class 3 Connection

    ODVA; gives access to the ODVA specific profiles and assembly instances: 20, 21, 70 and 71 Drive; enables the GE profile and assembly instances: 100, 101, 103, 150, 151 and 153 For more information on the different profiles, please refer to the subsequent sections.
  • Page 25: Change Of State, Cos

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 5.1.7 Change of State, COS The event controlled operation mode is used to minimize network traffic. Messages are transmitted only if a defined state or value has changed. The condition for triggering a COS message, is determined by the insertion of COS-filters (par. EN-38), for each bit in the different PCD-words. The filter acts like a logical AND-function: If a bit in the filter is set to “1”, the COS-function triggers when there is a change to the corresponding bit for the PCD- word.
  • Page 26: Ge Drive Control Profile

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 5.2 GE Drive Control Profile 5.2.1 GE Drive Control Profile Control Word according to Drive Profile. Instances 100, 101, 103/150, 151, In par. O-56 Preset Reference Select select a selection is made to define how Bit 00/01 gates with the corresponding function on the digital inputs.
  • Page 27 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Bit 07, Reset: Bit 15 Reverse: Bit 07 = ‘0’ no reset. Bit 07 = ‘1’ resets a trip. Reset is activated on the leading Bit 15 = ‘0’ causes no reversing. Bit 15 = ‘1’ causes reversing. Note: In the edge of the signal, i.e.
  • Page 28: Status Word According To (Stw)

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 5.2.2 Status Word according to (STW) Bit 07, No warning/Warning: Bit 07 = ‘0’ means that there are no warnings. Bit 07 = ‘1’ means that a warning → has occurred. Bit 08, Speed≠ reference/Speed = reference: Bit 08 = ‘0’ means that the motor is running, but that the present speed is different from the preset speed reference.
  • Page 29: Odva Control Profile

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 5.3 ODVA Control Profile 5.3.1 Control Word under Instances 20/70 and 21/71 Set par. O-10 Control Word Profile to ODVA. The control word in Instances 20 and 21 is defined as follows: → Bits 00 and 02 in Instance 20 are identical with bits 00 and 02 in the more extensive Instance 21. Instance 20 Instance 21 Bit = 0...
  • Page 30: Status Word Under Instances 20/70 And

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Bit 6, Net Reference: Bit 6 = "0" Reference is from the standard inputs. Bit 6 = "1" Reference is from EIP. Please note that changes will affect par. F-01 Frequency Setting 1 to par. C-34 Frequency Command 3. For the Speed reference, see section Bus speed reference value under Instances 20/70 and 21/71.
  • Page 31: Reference Handling

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 5.4 Reference Handling 5.4.1 Bus Speed Reference Value under Instances 100-101-103/150-151-153 In Drive-Profile (par. O-10 = [0] Drive profile) the reference is scaled as a normalized relative value in percent. The value is transmitted in hexadecimal: 0% = 0hex 100% = 4000hex -100% = C000hex Depending of the setting of par.
  • Page 32: Bus Speed Reference Value Under Instances 20/70 And

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 5.4.2 Bus Speed Reference Value under Instances 20/70 and 21/71 → The speed reference value should be transmitted to the drive in the form of a 16-bit word. The value is transmitted directly in RPM.
  • Page 33 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP...
  • Page 34: Parameters

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 6 Parameters 6.1 Parameter Group O-## O-01 Control Site Option: Function: The setting in this parameter overrides the settings in par. O-50 Coasting Select to par. O-56 Preset Ref- erence Select. [0] * Digital and ctrl.word Control by using both digital input and control word. Digital only Control by using digital inputs only.
  • Page 35 Keypad display. For guidelines in selection of GE Drive profile [0] and PROFIdrive profile [1] please refer to the Serial communication via RS 485 Interface section. For additional guidelines in the selection of PROFIdrive profile [1], ODVA [5] and CANopen DSP 402 [7], please refer to the Operating Instructions for the installed network.
  • Page 36 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP O-14 Configurable Control Word CTW Option: Function: Selection of control word bit 10 if it is active low or active high None [1] * Profile default CTW Valid, active low O-50 Coasting Select Option: Function: Select control of the coasting function via the terminals (digital input) and/or via the network. Digit Input Activates Start command via a digital input.
  • Page 37 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP O-53 Start Select Option: Function: Select control of the drive start function via the terminals (digital input) and/or via the network. Digit Input Activates Start command via a digital input. Activates Start command via the serial communication port or network option module. Logic AND Activates Start command via the network/serial communication port, AND additionally via one of the digital inputs.
  • Page 38: Parameter Group En

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP O-56 Preset Reference Select Option: Function: Select control of the drive Preset Reference selection via the terminals (digital input) and/or via the net- work. Digit Input Activates Preset Reference selection via a digital input. Activates Preset Reference selection via the serial communication port or network option module. Logic AND Activates Preset Reference selection via the network/serial communication port, AND additionally via one of the digital inputs.
  • Page 39 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP EN-07 Domain Name Range: Function: Blank [0-19 characters] Domain name of the attached network. Can be automatically assigned when using DHCP. EN-08 Host Name Range: Function: Blank [0-19 characters] Logical (given) name of option. EN-09 Physical Address Range: Function: [00:1B:08:00:00:00 –...
  • Page 40 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP EN-20 Control Instance Range: Function: [None, 20, 21, 100, 101, 103] Read only. Displays the originator-to-target connection point. If no CIP connection is present “None” is displayed. EN-21 Process Data Config Write Range: Function: [[0 - 9] PCD read 0 - 9] Configuration of readable process data.
  • Page 41 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP [1651] Pulse Reference [1652] Feedback [Unit] [1653] Digi Pot Reference [1660] Digital Input [1661] Terminal 53 Switch Setting [1662] Analog Input 53 [1663] Terminal 54 Switch Setting [1664] Analog Input 54 [1665] Analog Output 42 [mA] [1666] Digital Output [bin] [1667] Freq.
  • Page 42 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP [3455] Curve Position [3456] Track Error [3457] Synchronizing Error [3458] Actual Velocity [3459] Actual Master Velocity [3460] Synchronizing Status [3461] Axis Status [3462] Program Status [3464] MCO 302 Status [3465] MCO 302 Control [3470] MCO Alarm Word 1 [3471] MCO Alarm Word 2 EN-28 Store Data Values...
  • Page 43 Minor version (00 - 99) EN-34 CIP Product Code Range: Function: 1100 [0 – 9999] Read only. Displays the CIP product code. (AF-650 GP) 1110 (AF-650 GP)* EN-37 COS Inhibit Timer Range: Function: [0 – 65.535 ms] Read only Change-Of-State inhibit timer. If the option is configured for COS operation, this inhibit timer can be configured in the Forward Open telegram to prevent that continuously changing PCD data gen- erates extensive network traffic.
  • Page 44 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP EN-89 Transparent Socket Channel Port Range: Function: [0 – 9999] Configures the TCP port-number for the transparent socket channel. This enables Drive-messages to be sent transparently on Ethernet via TCP. Default value is 0, 0 means disabled. EN-90 Cable Diagnostics Option: Function: Enables/disables advanced Cable diagnosis function.
  • Page 45 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP EN-95 Broadcast Storm Filter Option: Function: Applies to par. EN-94; if the Broadcast Storm Protection should also include Multicast messages. Broadcast only Broadcast & Multicast EN-98 Interface Counters Option: Function: Read only. Advanced Interface counters, from build-in switch, can be used for low-level trouble-shooting, The parameter shows a sum of port 1 + port 2.
  • Page 46: O-## Options/Comms

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP...
  • Page 47: Ethernet

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP...
  • Page 48: Data Types

    OPCEIP EtherNet/IP 6.4 Data Types 6.4.1 Data Types Supported by AF-650 GP/AF-600 FP Conversion Index This number to the left refers to a conversion figure on the right to be used when writing or reading parameters. Conversion Index Conversion Factor...
  • Page 49 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP...
  • Page 50: Troubleshooting

    Alarm word and warning word are shown in the display in Hex format. If there is more than one warning or alarm, a sum of all warnings or alarms will be shown. Warning word and alarm word are displayed in par. DR-90 to DR-95. For more information on the individual alarms and warnings, please refer to: AF-650 GP/ AF-600 FP Design Guide.
  • Page 51 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Warnings All warnings within the frequency converter are represented by a single bit within a warning word. A warning word is always an action parameter. Bit status FALSE [0] means no warning, while bit status TRUE [1] means warning. Each bit status has a corresponding text string message. In addition to the warning word message the master will also be notified via a change in the status word.
  • Page 52 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Bit (Hex) Alarm word 2 (Par DR-91) Bit (Hex) Warning word (Par. DR-92) 00000001 Service Trip, Read/Write 00000001 Brake check 00000002 Reserved 00000002 Power card over temperature 00000004 Earth fault 00000004 Service Trip, Typecode/Sparepart 00000008 Control card over temperature 00000008 Reserved 00000010...
  • Page 53 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Bit (Hex) Warning word 2 (Par. DR-93) Bit (Hex) Extended status word (Par. DR-94) 00000001 Start Delayed 00000002 Stop Delayed 00000001 Ramping 00000004 Clock Failure 00000002 Auto Tune Running 00000008 Firemode was active 00000004 Start CW/CCW 00000010 Reserved 00000008 Slow Down 00000020...
  • Page 54 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Bit (Hex) Extended status word 2 (Par. DR-95) AF-600 FP only !! 00000001 Off 00000002 Hand/Auto 00000004 PROFIbus OFF1 active 00000008 PROFIbus OFF2 active 00000010 PROFIbus OFF3 active 00000020 Relay 123 active 00000040 Start Prevented 00000080 Control ready 00000100 Drive ready 00000200 Quick Stop 00000400 DC Brake...
  • Page 55 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP...
  • Page 56: Appendix

    WORD EIP status word (par. EN-30) Serial Number UDINT Serial number Product Name String Value of par. ID-40 (e.g. “AF-650 GP”) State UINT 0 = Non-existent 1 = Device Self Testing 2 = Standby 3 = Operational 4 = Major Recoverable Fault...
  • Page 57 Number of Attributes supported USINT List of attributes supported Array of USINT 3,6,7,8,9,12,15 Get/Set Motor Type USINT P-20 3: PM sync. motor (AF-650 GP only) 7: Squirrel cage induction motor Get/Set Rated Current UINT P-03 Unit: 100 mA Get/Set Rated Voltage...
  • Page 58 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP CIP Malfunction Code Meaning Drive-Code Alarmword CIP Malfunction Meaning CIP Classification No alarm 0000 0000 No fault unused 0000 0001 No fault 4210 Drive over temperature 0000 0002 Excessive Device Temperature 2240 Earth fault 0000 0004 Short to earth unused 0000 0008 No fault...
  • Page 59 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Class ID 0x2A AC/DC Drive Object Attribute Access Rule Information about Data Type Contents Number of Attributes Supported USINT List of Attributes Supported USINT 3,4,6,7,8,18,19,20,21,22,28,29 At Reference Boolean Bit 8 of Drive STW Get/Set Network Reference Boolean value written to parameter "Net Reference" Get/Set Drive Mode USINT...
  • Page 60 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Class ID 0xF6 Link Object Three instances of the Link Object are implemented: Instance 1 and 2 relates to the physical Port 1 and 2 of the option. Instance 3 relates to the internal interface of the option, after the build-in switch. Attrib- Access Name...
  • Page 61 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Service Code Supported Service Name Description of Service Class Instance Get_Attribute_All Returns a predefined listing of this objects attributes Get_Attribute_Single Returns the contents of the specified attribute. Set_Attribute_Single Modifies a single attribute. Get_and_Clear Gets then clears the specified attribute (Interface Counters or Media Counters).
  • Page 62 UINT instance number of Parameter Object variable Table 8.16: Instance Attributes Class ID 0x64 – 0xC7 GE Objects The CIP Class ID 100 to 199 (0x64 to 0xC7) gives access to all drive parameters. Class (decimal) GE Parameter range F-##...
  • Page 63 OPCEIP EtherNet/IP Service Code Supported Service Name Description of Service Class Instance Get_Attribute_Single returns contents of specified attribute Set_Attribute_Single modifies attribute Get_Att_Scattered returns specified parameter values Set_Att_Scattered sets specified parameter values Table 8.17: Services supported...
  • Page 64 GE company. AF-650 GP and AF-600 FP are trademarks of the General Electric Company. GE Consumer & Industrial...

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