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Cat. No. W01E-EN-02
PRT1-SCU11
PROFIBUS-DP Gateway
to Host Link/Compoway-F
OPERATION MANUAL

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    Cat. No. W01E-EN-02 PRT1-SCU11 PROFIBUS-DP Gateway to Host Link/Compoway-F OPERATION MANUAL...

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    PRT1-SCU11 PROFIBUS DP Gateway Operation Manual Revised September 19, 2005...

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    OMRON Product References All OMRON products are capitalized in this manual. The first letter of the word Unit is also capitalized when it refers to an OMRON product, regardless of whether it appears in the proper name of the prod- uct.

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    The copyright of the PRT1-SCU11 PROFIBUS DP Gateway belongs to OMRON Corporation. OMRON, 2005 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by any means, mechanical, electronic, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of OMRON.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Operation ........

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    Index..........Revision History ........

  • Page 8: About This Manual

    This manual describes the PRT1-SCU11 PROFIBUS DP Gateway, how to install it and how and oper- ate the Unit. The Unit version number on the side case of the housing indicates supported functional- ity. If no version number is shown, the version number is 1.0. The following table lists the functions supported per version number.

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    Inverter User’s Manual VARISPEED F7 Inverter. Failure to read and understand the information provided in this manual may result in per- ! W A R N I N G sonal injury or death, damage to the product, or product failure. Please read each section in its entirety and be sure you understand the information provided in the section and related sections before attempting any of the procedures or operations given.

  • Page 10: Precautions

    Conformance to EC Directives ........

  • Page 11: Intended Audience

    Safety Precautions Do not attempt to take any Unit apart while the power is being supplied. Doing ! W A R N I N G so may result in electric shock.

  • Page 12: Operating Environment Precautions

    • Install double safety mechanisms to ensure safety against incorrect sig- nals that may be produced by broken signal lines or momentary power interruptions. • When adding a new device to the network, make sure that the baud rate is the same as other nodes. xiii...

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    Application Precautions • When adding a new Host Link or Compoway-F node to the network, make sure that the PROFIBUS DP Gateway is powered down, to prevent unex- pected results when starting up the new node. • Use specified communications cables.

  • Page 14: Conformance To Ec Directives

    Conformance to EC Directives • When transporting the Unit, use special packing boxes and protect it from being exposed to excessive vibration or impacts during transportation. • Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify any Units. Conformance to EC Directives Applicable Directives •...

  • Page 16: Features And Specifications

    Bus Access Protocol ........

  • Page 17: Overview Of Profibus

    ISO-7498 national standard ISO-7498 (see the following illustration). The model defines 7 layers of communication functions, three of which - layers 1, 2, and 7 - are used in PROFIBUS. • Layer 1, the Physical Layer of this model, defines the physical transmis- sion characteristics.

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    (1) Physical Layer RS-485 / Fibre Optics OSI Layer 1, 2 and User PROFIBUS DP uses layers 1 and 2, and the user interface. Layers 3 to 7 are Interface not defined for PROFIBUS DP. The user interface Layer defines the interface functions for specific application areas, i.e.

  • Page 19: Device Types

    The PROFIBUS DP protocol does not define the for- mat of user data, it is only responsible for the transmission of this data. The format of user data may be defined in so called profiles. Profiles can reduce engineering costs since the meaning of application-related parameters is specified precisely.

  • Page 20: Diagnostic Functions

    • Messages concerning the general operational status of the whole device, e.g. over temperature, low voltage. Diagnostics Module Related • Messages indicating that an error is present in a specific I/O range of a device, e.g. an 8-bit output module. Diagnostics Channel Related •...

  • Page 21: Profibus Dp Network Configuration

    CLEAR state. Monitoring at the Slave Slave devices use a watchdog to detect failures of the master or the bus. If data communication with the master does not occur within the set watchdog time interval, a slave automatically switches its outputs to the fail-safe mode.

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    Internet, either from the manufacturer's site, or from the GSD library of the PROFIBUS Nutzer Organisation at http://www.profibus.com. GSD File Language The language used in the GSD file is indicated by the last letter of the file extension, *.GS?: Default...

  • Page 23: Profibus Dp Gateway

    Personal Computer directly to Compoway-F / K-Format / Memobus protocol, thus bypassing the PROFIBUS DP connection. Note The PRT1-SCU11 supports only one of the possible protocols at a time. This means that for example a mix of Compoway-F and Host Link devices is not supported.

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    The PRT1-SCU11 is present on the PROFIBUS DP network as a slave unit. The interface of the PRT1-SCU11 is controlled by a Master unit on the net- work. This Master unit can be any PROFIBUS DP class 1 or class 2 master Compoway-F...

  • Page 25: Specifications

    • retrieves all data from the attached units (e.g. Compoway-F) according to the PROFIBUS configuration and stores this data in the PROFIBUS input buffer. All input data is obtained before the data is sent to the PROFIBUS Master as input data.

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    10 to 55Hz, 0.25-mm amplitude, 55 to 300Hz, acceleration: 29.4 m/s in X, Y, and Z directions for 120 minutes each. (Total time: 12 linear sweeps x 10 minutes / sweep = 120 minutes) Shock resistance Conforms to IEC60068-2-27, test Ea.

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    Use the CS1W-CN226 connection cable for connecting the PRT1- SCU11 with Thermotools Baud rates supported Baud rate used on Auxiliary port is the same as the baud rate used on the main protocol port. Selection via DIP-switches 1 and 2. (See 2-1-3 Switch Settings ).

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    • Slave_Diag • Data_Exchange • RD_Inp • RD_Outp • Global_Control - Sync / Unsync Freeze / Unfreeze/ Clear Number of I/O data supported Up to 100 words input and 100 words output max. Number of diagnostics data supported 6 Bytes basic, and 9 bytes extended.

  • Page 29: Basic Operating Procedure

    The following diagram provides an overview of the installation procedures. For experienced installation engineers, this may provide sufficient informa- tion. For others, cross-references are made to various sections of this manual where more explicit information is given. When reading this manual online, the flow chart entries provide links to the sections containing detailed informa- tion.

  • Page 30: Procedures Prior To Starting Communications

    1. Wire the network, to connect the PRT1-SCU11 to the RS-422A / RS-485 devices. 2. Turn ON the PLC power supply and the power supply of the PRT1-SCU11. 3. In CX-Profibus, create a network and define the parameters and I/O con- figurations for the PRT1-SCU11 settings and the allocated modules.

  • Page 32: Installation And Wiring

    Network Structure ........

  • Page 33: Unit Components

    The illustration below shows the DIP-switches, physical layer switches, auxil- iary RS-232C port (behind cover), the status LED indicators, the unit number selector switch, and a 9-pin female sub-D connector on the front side of the PRT1-SCU11. Each of these components is explained in the following sec- tions.

  • Page 34: Switch Settings

    PROFIBUS DP device address of the Unit. The ADDRESS address can be set in the range of 00 through 99. The device address on the x 10 Unit must be the same as the address used in the master’s configuration.

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    DIP-switch bank of 4 switches on the front-case of the Unit. Switch 1 and 2 are used to select the baud rate to be used for communication over the RS-422A / RS-485 network. The possible combinations are summarized below.

  • Page 36: Profibus Connector

    2-1-4 PROFIBUS Connector The PROFIBUS connector on the font of the Unit is a 9-pin female sub-D con- nector, as recommended by the PROFIBUS standard EN50170. Pin No. Signal...

  • Page 37: Rs-422a / Rs-485 Connector

    SD+ Transmission line B line Transmit/Receive line Note In case Switch 1 is set to ON and RS-485 is selected, the A and B lines are doubled on the S-/S+ connector pins, i.e. the signal on R- is the same signal as on S- and the signal on R+ is the same signal as on S+.

  • Page 38: Installing The Prt1-scu11 Profibus Dp Gateway

    When installing the PROFIBUS DP Gateway, observe the following handling precautions • Always turn OFF the power supply to the Unit before mounting or dis- mounting the Unit or connecting or disconnecting cables. • Provide separate conduits or ducts for the I/O lines to prevent noise from high-tension lines or power lines.

  • Page 39: Wiring The Rs-422a / Rs-485 Devices

    Wiring the RS-422A / RS-485 Devices 2-3-1 Precautions When Wiring • Always switch off the power to the Unit and to the RS-422A / RS-854 devices, before wiring. • Make sure that no foreign objects enter the Unit when wiring. Failure to do so, may damage the Unit when power is applied.

  • Page 40: Connection For E5zn Compoway-f Communications

    This way of communication also allows the use of other stand-alone Compo- way-F instruments, for example a K3GN Digital Panel Meter. Note The E5AN / E5CN / E5EN and E5GN support baud rates of 9.6 and 19.2 kbits/sec. Ensure that the PRT1-SCU11 baud rate setting (DIP-switch 1 and 2) is set to the correct setting.

  • Page 41: Connection For E5ar/e5er Compoway-f Communications

    (1/2 W) E5ER E5AR Use a 220 (1/2 W) Shield terminator. Note The E5AR/E5ER supports baud rates of 9.6, 19.2 and 38.4 kbits/sec. Ensure that the PRT1-SCU11 baud rate setting (DIP-switch 1 and 2) is set to the cor- rect setting.

  • Page 42: Connection For R88a-mcw151-e Host Link Communications

    Note 1. If the PRT1-SCU11 is connected on one end of the transmission circuit, the termination resistor must be enabled on the Unit, by setting Switch 2 to 2. The R88A-MCW151-E connected at one end of the transmission circuit, must also have its termination resistor enabled, by setting Pin 3 of DIP- switch SW2 to ON.

  • Page 43: Connection For E5ak/e5ek K-format Communication

    The figure below shows the connection between one PRT1-SCU11 and 1 to 15 E5AK/E5EK Intelligent Digital Controller units. The table below shows the pin numbers used on the E5AK and E5EK units for connection of communica- tion signals. Refer to the E5AK/E5EK User Manuals for more information on Wiring.

  • Page 44: Connection For F7 Inverter Memobus Communication

    Inverter Inverter units can be connected in a one-to-N system. The figure below shows the connection between one PRT1-SCU11 and 1 to 15 F7 Inverter units. Refer to the F7 Inverter User Manual for more information on Wiring. PRT1-SCU11 RS-422 Interface...

  • Page 45: Initial Setup Procedure

    Initial Setup Procedure After mounting the PRT1-SCU11, the following Initial Setup Procedure must be applied to allow the Unit to start up properly and to be configured for oper- ation. • A unique PROFIBUS node address must be selected, before the unit’s power supply is turned on, see section 2-4-1 Selecting a Node Address .

  • Page 46: Setting Up A Profibus Network

    The total cable length of the bus depends on the cable and the selected baud rate. Also, RS-485 specifies a maximum of up to 32 devices - master and slave devices - per line segment.

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    Setting up a PROFIBUS Network Section 2-5 two devices in the network. The following figure presents an example of a net- work with more than three segments and repeaters. Segment 1 Segment 2 Max. 31 stations Max. 31 stations M / S...

  • Page 48: Bus Termination

    Setting up a PROFIBUS Network Section 2-5 Note If the network must be extended beyond the range of the advised cable length, the use of a fibre optic segment to cross the larger distance should be considered. Stub Lines Passive Stub lines (branches from the main line) should be avoided for data transmission speeds of more than 500 kbit/s.

  • Page 49: Profibus Cable Connector

    A standard 9-pin sub-D plug can only be used if the PRT1-SCU11 is not at the start or the end of a bus segment, or on a stub line at a baud rate of 500 kbit/ s or less.

  • Page 50: Configuring The Profibus Dp Network

    Configuration at the Personal Computer. This can be accomplished by either connecting the serial COM port of the Personal Computer to the CS1/CJ1 PLC with a serial interface cable, or use an Ethernet connection between the Personal Com- puter and the CS1/CJ1 PLC via an Ethernet unit.

  • Page 51: Defining The I/o Configuration

    1. When pressing the Insert button, the selected I/O module will be inserted above the selected module in the Configured Modules list. 2. The selected I/O modules are sent to the slave device, in the same se- quence as selected in the user interface. The sequence determines the target Temperature Controller / R88A-MCW151-E for the I/O data.

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    In this case, refer to the manual of the specific device for details. 4. Also in this window are the maximum values, which can be set, and the to- tals of I/O data that actually have been set. If - while selecting I/O modules - one of the maximum values is exceeded, a warning message will be dis- played.

  • Page 53: Setting Parameters

    2-6-3 Setting Parameters The parameters are sent by the Master unit to the slave device prior to estab- lishing I/O data exchange. The slave device will reject incorrect parameters and not establish I/O data exchange, unless the parameters are changed.

  • Page 54: Operation

    PROFIBUS Communication ........

  • Page 55: Introduction

    100 words input data and 100 words100 output data. If more capacity is needed an extra PRT1-SCU11 is required to access additional devices. Note As per PROFIBUS DP definition the I/O data words are sent in Big Endian for- mat, i.e. the high byte is sent first.

  • Page 56: Compoway-f Communication

    I/O data words. Each device has at least one Fixed communication block for specific status and control words. In the next table an overview of all devices and their communication blocks is listed. In addition to the Input and...

  • Page 57: Special Operation

    PRT1-SCU11 is used to send this word to the targeted device only when needed. The PRT1-SCU11 will transfer the command word to the target device up on a change of one or more of the bits in the contents of the Com- mand Word.

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    PROFIBUS DP Master unit. • When no command is to be sent to a device, set the Special Operation Word in the PROFIBUS DP Master to 0. The PRT1-SCU11 will respond by setting the Operation Execute word to 0.

  • Page 59: Compoway-f Parameter Settings

    Communication Fails PRT1-SCU11 to handle this, as defined by the a user. • The PRT1-SCU11 can send a stop command to one or more of the devices, causing the control cycle to stop. • The Temperature Controller can Hold the last received Setpoint Value.

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    Refer to the operation manual of the targeted Compoway-F device for more commands and detailed information. Example To stop control on channel 1 of the E5_R, with address 05, the contents of the Fee Communication block must be set to 0005 3005 0101 (hex), or • Device address: 0005 (hex) •...

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    FINS command. Note 1. The actual data to be written to the device consists of one double word. If a CS1/CJ1 PLC is used to assemble the Write command, de data will be swapped before sending it over PROFIBUS, due to the communication for- mats of both Compoway-F and PROFIBUS.

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    I/O configuration. Placing a Free Communication block in the middle of other modules is allowed, but it will influence the device number of other modules. The device number is affected due to the fact that the slot number is a repre- sentation of the device number.

  • Page 63: K-format Communication

    Note The Special operation word is explained in the section below. 3-4-2 Operation Execute The Operation Execute word can be used to Start or Stop a control cycle in the E5AK / E5EK Controller. The command options are shown below. Command...

  • Page 64: Free Communication Blocks

    This behavior can be selected in CX-Profibus when configuring the PROFI- BUS DP Master unit, see the example in the figure below. This setting can be defined for every individual Temperature Controller and will be sent to the PRT1-SCU11 as part of the PROFIBUS DP Set_Prm mes- sage. 3-4-4...

  • Page 65: Host Link Communication

    The address number of the target device. End code Indicates failure or success of the command transmission. If the End code is not equal to 0, the data part must be con- sidered invalid. Command type A command type code...

  • Page 66: Memobus Communication

    1. The addresses of these registers are fixed in the PROFIBUS parameter message. They can not be changed by the user. 2. The user can define each of the addresses of the registers in the Input and Output area. This must be done upon configuring the PROFIBUS DP Mas-...

  • Page 67: Memobus Parameter Settings

    Section 3-6 3-6-2 Memobus Parameter Settings During configuration of the PROFIBUS Master unit the user must set a num- ber of parameters, depending on the selected Communication block. De fig- ure below shows the selection options for a Fixed Communication Block.

  • Page 68: Profibus Diagnostics

    The first 6 bytes (not shown here) are standard diagnostics. 2. If a bit flag in byte 2 to 5 is ON, the corresponding device on the RS-422A/ RS-485 network is not responding or it has reported a communication er-...

  • Page 69: Auxiliary Rs-232c Interface

    The PRT1-SCU11 provides an RS-232C interface, behind a cover lid on the front of the Unit. This interface allows a user to connected an IBM compatible computer with a serial port and send and receive data to a Compoway-F, or K- Format device using the software package CX-Thermo.

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    Auxiliary RS-232C interface Section 3-8 To connect with the unit use the second button in the menu, starting from the left, see figure below. When connected with CX-Thermo you can configure the required Tempera- ture Controller. For detailed information please use the ThermoTool online help and read the manual of the used Temperature Controller.

  • Page 72: Troubleshooting And Maintenance

    Unit Led Indicators ........

  • Page 73: Overview

    Host Link, K-Format or Memobus over RS-422A / RS-485. These are the two LED’s in the middle. In the next table an overview of all possible LED states of the two LED indicators, a description of the error and a possible...

  • Page 74: Profibus Led Indicators

    The Unit LED indicators show the status of the communication with PROFI- BUS. These are the two lowest LED’s. In the next table an overview of all pos- sible LED states of the two PROFIBUS LED indicators, a description of the error and a possible solutions to solve the error are presented.

  • Page 75: Maintenance

    • Regularly wipe the Unit with a dry, soft cloth. • If a spot cannot be removed with a dry cloth, dampen the cloth with a neu- tral cleaner, wring out the cloth and wipe the Unit.

  • Page 76: Replacing The Unit

    OMRON dealer. Note 1. In order to prevent faulty operation be sure to turn off the power to all mas- ter and slave devices before replacing the Unit. 2. When replacing the Unit, do not reconnect it to the Network before carrying...

  • Page 78: Memory Mapping

    Appendix A Memory Mapping Memory Mapping for Compoway-F Devices The table below lists the Mapping of individual parameters in the Basic and Extended on to the applicable Tem- perature Controller variable areas. Parameter Read/ MRC/ E5_N E5ZN E5_R Write Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4...

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    Appendix A Parameter / Command Mapping for K-Format Devices The table below lists the Mapping of individual parameters in the Basic and Extended blocks on to the E5AK/ E5EK Intelligent Digital Controller. Refer to the E5AK and E5EK Operation Manuals (H083-E1-...

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    Parameter / Command Mapping for Memobus Devices The table below lists the Mapping of individual parameters in the Fixed and Flexible I/O blocks on to the OYMC Varispeed F7 Inverter. Refer to the F7 Inverter’s Operation Manual (YEG-TOE-S616-55.1-OY) for more infor-...

  • Page 82: Function Block Programming

    BUS DP Master via the PRT1-SCU11, OMRON provides a number of PLC Function Blocks. These function blocks can be used in the CS1/CJ1 PLC program to assemble the output data or extract the input data from the CS1/CJ1W-PRM21 PROFIBUS Master I/O data areas. This appendix describes these function blocks.

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    Restrictions on Input • Always use an upwardly differentiated condition for the EN. variables • If the Input variables are out of range, the ENO flag will turn OFF and the Function Block will not be processed. Application example Start Trigger...

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    Status Low Word Channel 4 Operation_Exec WORD Special Operation Executed word Note The table lists all possible variables for the maximum size function block, i.e. the Extended block for the E5_R. For other basic / extended function blocks subsets of variables apply.

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    Restrictions on Input • Always use an upwardly differentiated condition for the EN. variables • If the Input variables are out of range, the ENO flag will turn OFF and the Function Block will not be processed. Restrictions on Out- •...

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    Read Function Block The Read Function Block facilitates the transmission of a READ command to a specific temperature Controller (refer to section 3-3-4 Free Communication Blocks ). The table below lists the specifics of this function block. Item Description Basic function Reads data from a Temperature Controller’s variable area.

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    Restrictions on Input • Always use an upwardly differentiated condition for the EN. variables • If the Input variables are out of range, the ENO flag will turn OFF and the Function Block will not be processed. Restrictions on Out- •...

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    BUSY output from the Function Block. Restrictions on Input • Always use an upwardly differentiated condition for the EN. variables • If the Input variables are out of range, the ENO flag will turn OFF and the Function Block will not be processed.

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    • This function block requires multiple cycles to process. Always connect an OR including the put variables BUSY output variable to the EN input variable to ensure that the function block is processed to completion (see Symbol) • Do not turn the BUSY output variable ON or OFF outside the function block.

  • Page 90: Index

    Index Numbers Multicast Multi-peer 110 mH Inductor Communication fails 220 ohm resistor Communication format 2-wire Communication Medium 3-3-1 Using CX-Thermo Compoway-F 4-wire Configuration Connector Bus cable connector DGND About Manual A-line CX-Profibus Auto-CLEAR CX-Thermo Auxiliary RS-323 interface Data length Basic Operating Procedure...

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    Inspection Procedure FCOM Installation FDT/DTM ISO-7498 FDT Container application FDT/DTM Concept FERR Fixed communication block K3GN Digital Panel Meter Fixed communication blocks K-Format Flexible communication blocks Fixed Communication blocks Free communication block Free Communication blocks Free Communication Blocks Operation Execute...

  • Page 92

    Layer 1 Slave Devices Layer 2 Layer 3 Special Operation Layer 7 Special operations Medium Access Control Specifications OSI Layer 1, 2 and User Interface Status word Polling Procedure STOP Token Passing Stop bit OSI reference model Stub Lines Parameters...

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    Index Temperature Controller Temperature Controllers Termination resister Termination Resistor Token Passing Trademarks Transmission Speed Transmission speed Troubleshooting Unit replacement Precautions Using CX-Thermo vibration resistance Watchdog Wire A Wire B Wiring Write Write mini FINS command...

  • Page 94: Revision History

    Revision History A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number on the front cover of the manual. Cat. No. W01E-EN-01 Revision code The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. The page numbers of a revi- sion refer to the previous version.

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    Revision Code Date Revised Content September 19, 2005 Page 38: Added paragraph on Flexible communication blocks. Page 38: Reformatted paragraph on PROFIBUS I/O size. Page 40: Improved text and figures of section 3-3-2. Page 41: Inserted new section 3-3-1. Page 42: Improved text, reformatted table.

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