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Toshiba DEV001Z Function Manual

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E6581268 ①
VF-S11
Built-in Board Option
DEV001Z
Function Manual
* The data given in this manual are subject to change without notice.
© TOSHIBA INVERTER CORPORATION 2004
All rights reserved.

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  • Page 1

    E6581268 ① VF-S11 Built-in Board Option DEV001Z Function Manual * The data given in this manual are subject to change without notice. © TOSHIBA INVERTER CORPORATION 2004 All rights reserved.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Instance 20/70 – DeviceNet Standard (f894 = 0) ... 12 3.4.5.2. Instance 21/71 – DeviceNet Standard (f894 = 1) ... 13 3.4.5.3. Instance 100/150 – Toshiba Specific (f894 = 2)... 15 3.4.5.4. Instance 101/151 – Toshiba Specific (f894 = 3)... 17 3.5.

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    3.8. Drive Object...24 3.8.1. Drive Object Class Attributes ...24 3.8.2. Drive Object Instance Attributes...24 3.8.3. Drive Object Common Services ...24 3.8.4. Drive Object Specific Services ...24 3.9. Vender Specific Device Pro-files ...25 3.10. About EDS-file ...25 - 2 -...

  • Page 4: Introduction

    This manual describes the supported functions for the “DEV001Z”. In conjunction with this manual, the following manuals are supplied by Toshiba, and are essential both for ensuring a safe, reliable system installation as well as for realizing the full potential of the “DEV001Z”: - TOSVERT VF-S11 Instruction Manual - DEV001Z Instruction Manual (Installation, Wiring, etc.)

  • Page 5: Connection Information

    2. Connection Information 2.1. Connection Sizes Connection Instance I/O Messaging Explicit Messaging Notes - For the Explicit Messaging connection, this is the maximum message length: shorter messages are also acceptable. - For the Polled I/O connection, if the actual consumed data size is less than the connection instance’s consumed_connection_size attribute, the consumed data will be ignored, but the connection will otherwise produce normally.

  • Page 6: Devicenet Indicators (status Led)

    2.3. DeviceNet indicators (Status LED) MS (Module status) This bi–color (green/red) LED indicates the status of the communication link from DEV001Z to the VF-S11. It indicates whether or not the device has power and is operating properly. (According to ODVA DeviceNet Specifications.) LED is:...

  • Page 7: Vf-s11 Communication Parameters

    2.4. VF-S11 communication parameters In a network, VF-S11 (DEV001Z) serves as a DeviceNet slave device. The DEV001Z configuration is set by the following parameters. The supported parameters for each drive and their allowable adjustment ranges are defined in the appropriate Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) files. EDS files can be downloaded via the internet from http://www.inverter.co.jp/product/inv/vfs11/dev/...

  • Page 8: Object Specifications

    3. Object Specifications This section contains the object specifications for all DeviceNet objects currently supported by the “DEV001Z”. Table 1 outlines those objects covered: Class Code 0x01 0x02 0x03 0x04 0x05 0x28 0x29 0x2A For definitions of all data types referred to in these object specifications, refer to the ODVA DeviceNet Specifications.

  • Page 9: Identity Object

    Get_Attribute_Single 3.1.4. Identity Object Specific Services The Identity Object provides no object specific services. Notes * Revision is the same value as the VF-S11 CPU version. ** Minor revision is the revision of the DEV001Z software. Data Access Type Rules...

  • Page 10: Message Router

    3.2. Message Router Class code 0x02. The Message Router Object provides a messaging connection point through which a Client may address a service to any object class or instance residing in the DeviceNet interface unit. 3.2.1. Message Router Class Attributes Not supported.

  • Page 11: Devicenet Object

    3.3. DeviceNet Object Class Code 0x03. The DeviceNet Object provides for the configuration and status of a DeviceNet port. 3.3.1. DeviceNet Object Class Attributes Attribute Name Revision 3.3.2. DeviceNet Object Instance Attributes Attribute Name MAC ID Baud rate Bus-off counter Allocation information (Allocation Choice Byte) Allocation information...

  • Page 12: Assembly Object

    3.4. Assembly Object Class code 0x04. The Assembly Object binds attributes of multiple objects, which allows data to or from each object to be sent or received over a single connection. 3.4.1. Assembly Object Class Attributes No supported. 3.4.2. Assembly Object Instance Attributes Attribute Name Data...

  • Page 13: Assembly Instance Details

    3.4.5. Assembly Instance Details 3.4.5.1. Instance 20/70 – DeviceNet Standard (f894 = 0) Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Examples of Instance 20/70 ① Stop Instance Byte 1, 0 Output Instance 20 3, 2 1, 0 Input Instance 70 3, 2 ②...

  • Page 14: Instance 21/71 - Devicenet Standard (f894 = 1)

    3.4.5.2. Instance 21/71 – DeviceNet Standard (f894 = 1) Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Net Ref Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Ref from reference Bit 5 and 6 of the instance 21 byte 0 are defined as follows. Bit 5 (Net Ctrl) ... When “1” is set, bits 0 (Run forward) and 1 (Run reverse) of byte 0 are enabled. When “0”...

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    Examples of Instance 21/71 ① Stop Instance Byte 1, 0 Output Instance 21 3, 2 1, 0 Input Instance 71 3, 2 Forward running 1800min-1 ② Instance Byte 1, 0 Output Instance 21 3, 2 1, 0 Input Instance 71 3, 2 Reverse running 1800min-1 ③...

  • Page 16: Instance 100/150 - Toshiba Specific (f894 = 2)

    3.4.5.3. Instance 100/150 – Toshiba Specific (f894 = 2) Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 ACC1/ DC braking ACC2 Command Frequency link link Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 DC braking ACC2 READY without with ST/ RUN ST/RUN Bit 14 and 15 of the instance 100 byte 0 are defined as follows.

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    Examples of Instance 100/150 ① Stop Instance Byte 1, 0 Output Instance 100 3, 2 1, 0 Input Instance 150 3, 2 ② Forward running 60Hz Instance Byte 1, 0 Output Instance 100 3, 2 1, 0 Input Instance 150 3, 2 ③...

  • Page 18: Instance 101/151 - Toshiba Specific (f894 = 3)

    3.4.5.4. Instance 101/151 – Toshiba Specific (f894 = 3) Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Net Ref Write Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 At reference Ref from Net Ctrl from Net Write Error Drive Status is same as the Control Supervisor class State attribute (refer to 3.7.2).

  • Page 19

    Examples of Instance 101/151 Access the inverter parameter is enabled using byte 4 to 6 of this Instance. Set the communication number of the parameter to byte 4, 5 (Index), and the value to byte 6, 7 (Data). In case of the monitor parameter “FE**”, set to 0)".

  • Page 20: Connection Object

    3.5. Connection Object Class code 0x05. The Connection Class allocates and manages the internal resources associated with both I/O and Explicit Messaging Connections. 3.5.1. Connection Object Attributes Not supported. 3.5.2. Connection Object Instance Attributes Connection Instance ID # References the Explicit Messaging Connection Reference the Polled I/O Connection 3.5.2.1.

  • Page 21: Poll Connection Object Instance Attributes (instance 2)

    3.5.2.2. Poll Connection Object Instance Attributes (Instance 2) Attribute Name state instance_type transportClass_trigger produced_connection_id consumed_connection_id initial_comm_characteristics produced_connection_size consumed_connection_size expected_packet_rate watchdog_timeout_action produced_connection_path_l ength produced_connection_path consumed_connection_path _length consumed_connection_path production_inhibit_time * connection id dependant on device Mac ID 3.5.3. Connection Class Common Services Service Service Name Code...

  • Page 22: Motor Data Object

    3.6. Motor Data Object Class code 0x28. This object serves as a database for motor parameters. 3.6.1. Motor Data Object Class Attributes Attribute Name Revision Max instance 3.6.2. Motor Data Object Instance Attributes Attribute Name Number of Attributes Attributes List Motor Type Rated Current Rated Voltage...

  • Page 23: Control Supervisor Object

    3.7. Control Supervisor Object Class code 0x29. This object models all the management functions for devices within the DeviceNet “Hierarchy of Motor Control Devices”. The behavior of motor control devices is described by the State Transition Diagram. 3.7.1. Control Supervisor Object Class Attributes Attribute Name Revision...

  • Page 24: Control Supervisor Object Common Services

    3.7.3. Control Supervisor Object Common Services Service Service Name Code 0x05 Reset 0x0E Get_Attribute_Single 0x10 Set_Attribute_Single 3.7.4. Control Supervisor Object Specific Services Control Supervisor Object Run/Stop Event Matrix Run1 Run2 0 -> 1 0 -> 1 0 -> 1 0 -> 1 1 ->...

  • Page 25: Ac Drive Object

    3.8. Drive Object Class code 0x2A. This object models the functions specific to an control etc 3.8.1. Drive Object Class Attributes Attribute Name Revision Max instance 3.8.2. Drive Object Instance Attributes Attribute Name Number of Attributes Attribute List At Reference Net Reference Drive Mode Speed Actual...

  • Page 26: Vender Specific Device Pro-files

    3.9. Vender Specific Device Pro-files Class code 0x64. This object provides VF-S11’s Parameter access. All parameter’s Attribute ID is 3. Refer to the following about each parameter’s Instance ID. Example 1. In case of Basic parameter “CMOd - Command mode selection”, Communication No: 0003 ->...

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