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PROFIBUS-DP Option Function Manual
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E6581738 Contents 1. Introduction ..............................................................................................................................................1 2. Connection Information............................................................................................................................6 2.1. Exterior features...........................................................................................................................6 2.2. Status in
E6581738 1. Introduction Thank you for purchasing the PROFIBUS-DP option “PDP003Z” for the VF-MB1/S15. Before using the PROFIBUS-DP option, please familiarize yourself with the product and be sure to thoroughly read the instructions and precautions contained in this manual. This option needs the option adaptor to connect VF-S15 which type form is SBP009Z. Please match here and buy it when SBP009Z is not at hand yet. In addition, please make sure that this manual and “Installation Man
E6581738 Safety precautions On the drive and in its instruction manual, important information is contained for preventing injuries to users and damages to assets and for proper use of the device. Read the instruction manual attached to VF-MB1/S15 along with this instruction manual for completely understanding the safety precautions and adhere to the contents of these manuals. Explanation of markings Marking Meaning of marking Indicates that errors in operation may lead to death or
E6581738 ■ General Operation Warning ▼ Never disassemble, modify or repair. Doing so could result in electric shock, fire and injury. For repairs, call your sales Disassembly prohibited agency. ▼ Do not attach this option to any drive other than the VF- MB1/S15. Doing so could result in electric shock or fire. Prohibited ▼ When the drive is energized, never detach the this option from the VF- MB1/S15. Doing so could result in electric shock. ▼ Don't place
E6581738 ■ Wiring Warning ▼ Shut off power when installing and wiring this option. Wait at least 15 minutes and check to make sure that the charge lamp (VF- MB1/S15) is Mandatory no longer lit. ▼ Electrical construction work must be done by a qualified expert. Installation or connection of input power by someone who does not have that expert knowledge may result in fire or electric shock. ■ Operations Warning ▼ Do not touch switches when the hands are
E6581738 Notes on use Notes ▼ Do not install the drive where the temperature or the humidity will change rapidly. ▼ Keep a distance of 20cm or more between the drive 's power cable and the data transmission cable. Or the drive might malfunction because of noise. ▼ Insert a magnetic contactor or similar device between the drive and the power supply to ensure that power is turned off if an emergency stop command is entered through the network. - 5 -
E6581738 2. Connection Information This option allows the VF-MB1/S15 drive to be communicated with the cyclic command transmission and monitoring of the original profile ("Vendor spec.", refer to Section 4) of our company other than application profile "Profile for Variable Speed Drives PROFIdrive (3.072), refer to Section 3" which PROFIBUS defines. When you use VF-MB1, the shielding is connected to the drive ground. When you use VF-S15, the shielding is connected to the grounding ter
E6581738 2.2. Status indicator The PDP003Z has two LEDs, ST (status) and DX (data exchange) to indicate the statuses of PROFIBUS-DP and the PDP003Z itself. ST (status) DX (data Exchange) ST (Status): Red LED LED Meanings Off No diagnostics present 8 Hz (Blinking 4 times/1sec.): Waiting for parameterization or configuration Flashes 2 Hz (Blinking 1 times/1sec.): PDP003Z station address is "126". (Refer to 2.3 section .) DP status error Lights * For example, a station address is
E6581738 2.3. VF-MB1/S15 Communication parameters In a network, VF-MB1/S15 (PDP003Z) serves as a PROFIBUS slave device. PDP003Z configuration is set by the following parameters. Default Parameter Function Adjustment range setting c150 PDP003Z 2 to 126 126 Station address The station address "126" cannot exchange data. c151 PDP003Z 0: 12 Mbit/s - Baud rate Monitor 1: 6 Mbit/s 2: 3 Mbit/s 3: 1.5 Mbit/s 4: 500 kbit/s 5: 187.5 kbit/s 6: 93.75 kbit/s 7: 19.2 kbit/s 8: 9.6 kbit/s
E6581738 3. Profile 3.1. Telegram Telegram of PDP003Z is set up by the configurator. The figures below show the Telegrams and configurations that the PDP003Z supports. PKW PZD PZD1 PZD2 PKE IND PWE STW HSW PZD3 PZD4 PZD5 PZD6 ZSW HIW Telegram 1: PROFIdrive (PPO TYPE 3, 2PZD) Telegram 100: Vendor Spec. (PPO TYPE 1, 4PKW / 2PZD) Telegram 101: Vendor Spec. (PPO TYPE 2, 4PKW / 6PZD)
E6581738 3.2. STW Control Word Data PDP003Z supports only speed control mode. Bit Value Name Note 1 ON “Switched on” condition 0 OFF Normal stop. 0 1 No Coast Stop All "Coast Stop (OFF2)" commands are withdrawn 1 0 Coast Stop (OFF 2) Coast stop. 1 No Quick Stop All "Quick Stop (OFF3)" commands are withdrawn. 2 Quick Stop (OFF 3) Quick Stop 0 1 Enable Operation The drive then runs-up to the setpoint. 3 0 Disable Operation Normal stop. 1 Enable Ramp Generator - 4 0 Reset Ram
E6581738 3.3. ZSW Status Word Data Bit Valure Name Note 1 Ready To Switch-on Power supply is switched on 0 Not Ready To Switch-on - 0 1 Ready To Operate Refer to control word, bit 1. 1 0 Not Ready To Operate - Drive follows setpoint. 1 Operation Enabled (Refer to control word 1, bit 3) 2 0 Operation Disabled - 1 Fault Present VF-MB1/S15 tripped. 3 No Fault VF-MB1/S15 is not tripped. 0 1 Coast Stop Not Activated - 4 0 Coast Stop Activated (OFF 2) "Coast Stop (OFF 2)" com
E6581738 3.3.1. Tolerance Range (ZSW Bit 8) If the setpoint is changed: 1. ZSW Bit 8 is set 0 2. Calculate the tolerance. 3. Start the timer which will time-out based on parameter Tmax. PDP003Z checks that the timer (Tmax) has not timed-out and if the actual value is within the tolerance. If both conditions are fulfilled ZSW Bit 8 is set 1 and the timer is stopped. The figure shows ZSW 8 when Tolerance (c157) is 50% and Tmax (c151) is 3s. Tolerance = 0x4000 * 50% setpo
E6581738 3.4. State Machine SWITCH-ON ZSW Bit 6 = 1 MAINS OFF INHIBIT Power ON STW Bit 0 = 0 A B C D NOT READY TO ZSW Bit 0 = 0 SWITCH-ON from any state STW Bit 3 = 0 STW: xxxx xxxx xxxx x110 FAULT OPERATION ZSW Bit 2 = 0 READY TO ZSW Bit 0 = 1 ZSW Bit 3 = 1 FAULT INHIBIT SWITCH-ON STW: xxxx xxxx xxxx x111 STW Bit 7 = 1 from any state READY TO ZSW Bit 1 = 1 0 -> 1 OPERATE STW Bit 0 = 0 STW Bit 3 = 1 OFF1 ZSW Bit 1 = 0 ACTIVE Normal Sto
E6581738 3.4.1. Examples of driving by the State Machine When using the PROFIdrive profile, the frequency reference is set to HSW. The setting value “0x0000” - ”0x4000” is equivalent to ”0” - ”Base frequency (parameter fh)”. When the reverse operation, the frequency reference is set with two's complement of the forward frequency reference. During running, HIW shows a output frequency. * fmod or cmod is set to “Communication option” on these examples. 184.108.40.206. Example 1. 60Hz Forward
E6581738 3.5. Access to the PROFIBUS parameter In the cyclic PROFIBUS-DP communication, the parameter data is transferred via Telegram 100, 101. If the requirement is not executed, the cause is distinguished by octet 7 and 8. PKW PZD (Parameter ID/value) Process data (cyclically) PZD1 PZD2 PKE IND PWE STW HSW ZSW HIW Octet 1 Octet 2 Octet 3 Octet 4 Octet 5 Octet 6 Octet 7 Octet 8 PKE (Parameter ID) 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 AK SPM PNU (Task ID/Response
E6581738 3.6. PROFIBUS parameter (PNU) PNU R/W data type Note 915 R Array  PNU 915, IND 0 = the drive parameter c001 Unsigned16 PNU 915, IND 1 = the drive parameter c002 PNU 915, IND 2 = the drive parameter c003 PNU 915, IND 3 = the drive parameter c004 PNU 915, IND 4 = the drive parameter c005 PNU 915, IND 5 = the drive parameter c006 916 R Array  PNU 916, IND 0 = the drive parameter c021 Unsigned16 PNU 916, IND 1 = the drive parameter c022 PNU 916, IND 2 = the drive par
E6581738 3.6.1. Examples of reading the PROFIdrive parameter 220.127.116.11. Example 1. Reading the PNU 922 (Telegram) AK = 1 (Request parameter value) SPM = 0 PNU = 922 (0x039A) PKE 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 3 9 A Requirement PKW PZD PKE IND PWE 13 9A 00 00 00 00 00 00 ･･･ ･･･ Response (Value: 0x0065 = 101) 13 9A 00 00 00 00 00 65 ･･･ ･･･ 18.104.22.168. Example 2. Reading the PNU 964, IND 0 AK = 6 (Request parameter value (array)) SPM = 0 PNU = 964 (0x03C4) IND
E6581738 3.7. Access to VF-MB1/S15 parameter When access to VF-MB1/S15 parameter, set “1” to the PNU. The communication number of the drive parameter is set to the subindex IND. Refer to the drive instruction manual about the communication number and unit. * This procedure changes the value of VF-MB1/S15 EEPROM. 3.7.1. Examples of reading or changing VF-MB1/S15 parameter 22.214.171.124. Example 1. Reading the basic parameter (cmod (command mode selection)) AK = 6 (Request parameter val
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