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GPL-TR2A 16 Nokta NPN Çıkış ( 0.1A )Fiyat Sorunuz: 0212 320 36 50
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16, 32 Noktalı Çeşitli Modüller
4, 8 Kanal Analog Giriş ve Çıkış (Profibus-DP)


--------------------XGL-PSRA Pnet Remote Manuel.pdf-----------------
Right choice for ultimate yield LSIS strives to maximize customers' profit in gratitude of choosing us for your partner. Programmable Logic Controller Pnet Remote I/F Module XGT Series User’s Manual XGL-PSRA Read this manual carefully before installing, wiring, operating, servicing or inspecting this equipment. Keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference. http://eng.lsis.biz Safety Instruction Before using the product … For your safety and effective operation, please read the safety instructions thoroughly before using the product. > Safety Instructions should always be observed in order to prevent accident or risk with the safe and proper use the product. > Instructions are divided into “Warning” and “Caution”, and the meaning of the terms is as follows. This symbol indicates the possibility of serious injury or death if some applicable Warning instruction is violated This symbol indicates the possibility of severe or slight injury, and property Caution damages if some applicable instruction is violated Moreover, even classified events under its caution category may develop into serious accidents relying on situations. Therefore we strongly advise users to observe all precautions properly just like warnings. > The marks displayed on the product and in the user’s manual have the following meanings. Be careful! Danger may be expected. Be careful! Electric shock may occur. > The user’s manual even after read shall be kept available and accessible to any user of the product. Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for design process Warning Please install a protection circuit on the exterior of PLC so that the whole system may operate safely regardless of failures from external power or PLC. Any abnormal output or operation from PLC may cause serious problems to safety in whole system. - Install protection units on the exterior of PLC like an interlock circuit that deals with opposite operations such as emergency stop, protection circuit, and forward/reverse rotation or install an interlock circuit that deals with high/low limit under its position controls. - If any system error (watch-dog timer error, module installation error, etc.) is detected during CPU operation in PLC, all output signals are designed to be turned off and stopped for safety. However, there are cases when output signals remain active due to device failures in Relay and TR which can’t be detected. Thus, you are recommended to install an addition circuit to monitor the output status for those critical outputs which may cause significant problems. Never overload more than rated current of output module nor allow to have a short circuit. Over current for a long period time maycause a fire . Never let the external power of the output circuit to be on earlier than PLC power, which may cause accidents from abnormal output oroperation. Please install interlock circuits in the sequence program for safe operations in the system when exchange data with PLC or modify operation modes using a computer or other external equipments Read specific instructions thoroughly when conducting control operations with PLC. Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for design process Caution I/O signal or communication line shall be wired at least 100mm away from a high-voltage cable or power line. Fail to follow this Safety Instructions on installation process Caution Use PLC only in the environment specified in PLC manual or general standard of data sheet. If not, electric shock, fire, abnormal operation of the product may be caused. Before install or remove the module, be sure PLC power is off. If not, electric shock or damage on the product may be caused. Be sure that every module is securely attached after adding a module or an extension connector. If the product is installed loosely or incorrectly, abnormal operation, error or dropping may be caused. In addition, contact failures under poor cable installation will be causing malfunctions as well. Be sure that screws get tighten securely under vibrating environments. Fail to do so will put the product under direct vibrations which will cause electric shock, fire and abnormal operation. Do not come in contact with conducting parts in each module, which may cause electric shock, malfunctions or abnormal operation. Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for wiring process Warning Prior to wiring works, make sure that every power is turned off. If not, electric shock or damage on the product may be caused. After wiring process is done, make sure that terminal covers are installed properly before its use. Fail to install the cover may cause electric shocks. Caution Check rated voltages and terminal arrangements in each product prior to its wiring process. Applying incorrect voltages other than rated voltages and misarrangement among terminals may cause fire or malfunctions. Secure terminal screws tightly applying with specified torque. If the screws get loose, short circuit, fire or abnormal operation may be caused. Securing screws too tightly will cause damages to the module or malfunctions, short circuit, and dropping. Be sure to earth to the ground using Class 3 wires for FG terminals which is exclusively used for PLC. If the terminals not grounded correctly, abnormal operation or electric shock may be caused. Don’t let any foreign materials such as wiring waste inside the module while wiring, which may cause fire, damage on the product or abnormal operation. Make sure that pressed terminals get tighten following the specified torque. External connector type shall be pressed or soldered using proper equipments. Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for test-operation and maintenance Warning Don’t touch the terminal when powered. Electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. Prior to cleaning or tightening the terminal screws, let all the external power off including PLC power. If not, electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. Don’t let the battery recharged, disassembled, heated, short or soldered. Heat, explosion or ignition may cause injuries or fire. Caution Do not make modifications or disassemble each module. Fire, electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. Prior to installing or disassembling the module, let all the external power off including PLC power. If not, electric shock or abnormal operation may occur. Keep any wireless equipment such as walkie-talkie or cell phones at least 30cm away from PLC. If not, abnormal operation may be caused. When making a modification on programs or using run to modify functions under PLC operations, read and comprehend all contents in the manual fully. Mismanagement will cause damages to products and accidents. Avoid any physical impact to the battery and prevent it from dropping as well. Damages to battery may cause leakage from its fluid. When battery was dropped or exposed under strong impact, never reuse the battery again. Moreover skilled workers are needed when exchanging batteries. Safety Instruction Safety Instructions for waste disposal Caution Product or battery waste shall be processed as industrial waste. The waste may discharge toxic materials or explode itself. Revision History Revision History Version Date Contents Revised position V 1.0 ’10.6 First edition - ? The number of User’s manual is indicated right part of the back cover. ? 2009 LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd All Rights Reserved. About User’s Manual Thank you for purchasing PLC of LS Industrial System Co.,Ltd. Before use, make sure to carefully read and understand the User’s Manual about the functions, performances, installation and programming of the product you purchased in order for correct use and importantly, let the end user and maintenance administrator to be provided with the User’s Manual. The User’s Manual describes the product. If necessary, you may refer to the following description and order accordingly. In addition, you may connect our website (http://eng.lsis.biz/) and download the information as a PDF file. Relevant User’s Manuals Title Description XG5000 software user manual describing online function such as XG5000 User’s Manual programming, print, monitoring, debugging by using XGK, XGB (for XGK, XGB) CPU XG5000 software user manual describing online function such XG5000 User’s Manual as programming, print, monitoring, debugging by using XGI, (for XGI, XGR) XGR CPU XGK/XGB Instructions & Programming User’s manual for programming to explain how to use User’s Manual instructions that are used PLC system with XGK, XGB CPU. User’s manual for programming to explain how to use XGI/XGR/XEC Instructions & Programming instructions that are used PLC system with XGI, XGR,XEC CPU. User’s Manual XGK-CPUA/CPUE/CPUH/CPUS/CPUU user manual describing XGK CPU User’s Manual about XGK CPU module, power module, base, IO module, (XGK-CPUA/CPUE/CPUH/CPUS/CPUU) specification of extension cable and system configuration, EMC standard XGI-CPUU/CPUH/CPUS user manual describing about XGI XGI CPU User’s Manual CPU module, power module, base, IO module, specification of (XGI-CPUU/CPUH/CPUS) extension cable and system configuration, EMC standard XGR- CPUH/F, CPUH/T user manual describing about XGR XGR redundant series User’s CPU module, power module, extension drive, base, IO module, Manual specification of extension cable and system configuration, EMC standard PROFICON software user manual describing about how to use PROFICON User’s Manual PROFICON software tool for Profibus setup of XGL-PMEC, G4L-PUEC 1 ? Contents ? Chapter 1 Overview …………………………....................…………………………………………… 1-1 ~ 1-7 1.1 How to use the user’s manual .............................................................................................................................................................. 1-1 1.2 Characteristics of Pnet remote I/F module .......................................................................................................................................... 1-3 1.3 Product configuration of Pnet remote I/F module ............................................................................................................................... 1-4 1.3.1 Product Configuration................................................................................................................................................................... 1-4 1.4 Pnet Remote I/F Module Version Compatibility List ........................................................................................................................... 1-6 1.5 Notice in Using ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-7 Chapter 2 Product Specification …………………………………....……………………………… 2-1 ~ 2-4 2.1 General Specifications ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1 2.2 Communication Module Specification ............................................................................................................................................... 2-2 2.2.1 Pnet remote I/F module specification ....................................................................................................................................... 2-2 2.3 Communication Cable Specification.................................................................................................................................................... 2-3 2.3.1 Profibus-DP cable specification................................................................................................................................................. 2-3 2.4 Terminating............................................................................................................................................................................................. 2-4 2.4.1 Pnet Terminating ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2-4 Chapter 3 System Configuration …………………............………………………………………… 3-1 ~ 3-8 3.1 Notices in Selecting Module................................................................................................................................................................ 3-1 3.2 Names of Each Part ............................................................................................................................................................................ 3-2 3.2.1 Basic System Configuration ...................................................................................................................................................... 3-2 3.2.2 Names and Functions of Each Part.......................................................................................................................................... 3-2 3.2.3 Available Product List................................................................................................................................................................. 3-4 3.3 System Configuration Example.......................................................................................................................................................... 3-7 3.3.1 Pnet System (GMWIN) .............................................................................................................................................................. 3-7 3.3.2 Pnet system (XG5000) .............................................................................................................................................................. 3-8 1 Chapter 4 Communication Programming..................……………………………………………… 4-1 ~ 4-10 4.1 How to Set Master Module ................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1 4.1.1 High-speed Link.......................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1 4.1.2 XG-PD’s Link Parameter Setting .............................................................................................................................................. 4-2 4.1.3 High-speed Link communication status flag information (XGT)............................................................................................. 4-4 4.2 How to register XGT Profibus-DP remote module ........................................................................................................................... 4-6 4.2.1 Create new project ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4-6 4.2.2 Set IO parameter ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4-7 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication ………….............................................................……… 5-1 ~ 5-39 5.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1 5.2 Communication Specification ............................................................................................................................................................. 5-1 5.3 Basic Performance .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5-2 5.3.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-2 5.3.2 Operation by High-speed Link................................................................................................................................................... 5-2 5.3.3 Procedure to establish Pnet communication ........................................................................................................................... 5-3 5.3.4 I/O Data Communication ........................................................................................................................................................... 5-4 5.4 Tool for Communication Setting......................................................................................................................................................... 5-5 5.4.1 Communication Setting by SyCon.............................................................................................................................................. 5-5 5.4.2 Communication Setting through PROFICON........................................................................................................................ 5-13 5.5 High Speed Link Setting.................................................................................................................................................................... 5-22 5.5.1 High Speed Link Setting in GMWIN ......................................................................................................................................... 5-22 5.5.2 High-speed Link Parameter Setting in KGLWIN ................................................................................................................... 5-29 5.5.3 High Speed Link Setting in XG-PD......................................................................................................................................... 5-32 5.5.4 How to set GSD and downloading procedure ....................................................................................................................... 5-39 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring ……....………………………………………………………… 6-1 ~ 6-10 6.1 Installation............................................................................................................................................................................................. 6-1 6.1.1 Installation Environment............................................................................................................................................................. 6-1 6.1.2 Notices in installing Profibus-DP module.................................................................................................................................. 6-2 6.1.3 Notices in Handling..................................................................................................................................................................... 6-3 2 6.2 Wiring.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-7 6.2.1 Power Wiring................................................................................................................................................................................. 6-7 6.2.2 I/O Device Wiring.......................................................................................................................................................................... 6-9 6.2.3 Grounding Wiring.......................................................................................................................................................................... 6-9 6.2.4 Cable Specification for Wiring.................................................................................................................................................... 6-10 Chapter 7 Maintenance and Repair ……..…….....................................................................…….… 7-1 ~ 7-3 7.1 Repair and Check................................................................................................................................................................................ 7-1 7.2 Daily Check .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7-2 7.3 Regular Check ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 7-3 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting …………………………….......…………………………….........…… 8-1 ~ 8-20 8.1 Basic Procedure of Trouble Shooting................................................................................................................................................ 8-1 8.2 Trouble Shooting.................................................................................................................................................................................. 8-2 8.2.1 Action method when RUN LED is OFF...................................................................................................................................... 8-3 8.2.2 Action method when ERR LED is ON........................................................................................................................................ 8-4 8.2.3 Action method when I/O part does not work normally. ............................................................................................................. 8-5 8.2.4 Action method when Program Write does not work..................................................................................................................8-7 8.2.5 SyCon connection error ............................................................................................................................................................... 8-8 8.2.6 XG-PD connection error .............................................................................................................................................................. 8-9 8.2.7 Communication error with slave................................................................................................................................................ 8-10 8.2.8 Analog Module’s Channel Error Diagnosis Function .............................................................................................................. 8-11 8.2.9 Trouble Shooting Questionnaire ............................................................................................................................................. 8-20 3 Chapter 1 Overview Chapter 1 Overview 1.1 How to use the user’s manual This User’s Manual provides the information such as product specification, performance and operation method needed to use PLC System composed of Pnet remote I/F module. The User’s Manual is composed of as follows. CHAP.1 Overview Describes the configuration of the user’s manual, product characteristics and terminology CHAP.2 Product Specification Describes common specification of each product used for Pnet remote I/F module CHAP.3 System Configuration Describes the kinds of product available for Pnet remote I/F module and system configuration method CHAP.4 Communication Programming Describes common communication program operating method to act Pnet remote I/F module CHAP.5 Profibus-DP Communication Describes basic communication method of Profibus-DP (from now on referred to as Pnet) communication module CHAP.6 Installation and Wiring Describes installation and wiring method, and notices to make sure of the reliability of PLC system CHAP.7 Maintenance and Repair Describes check list and method to run PLC system normally for a long term. CHAP.8 Trouble Shooting Describes various errors to be occurred while using the system and the action to solve the problem Appendix Here describes the product terminology and external dimension for system installation. 1-1 Chapter 1 Overview If you want to write programs, refer to the following manuals. • GLOFA PLC Instruction manual • GLOFA PLC GMWIN user manual • GLOFA PLC GM3/4 user manual • GLOFA PLC GM6 user manual • MASTER-K Instruction • MASTER-K 200S/300S user manual • KGLWIN user manual • XG5000 user manual • XGK Instruction manual • XGI/XGR Instruction manual • XGK CPU manual • XGI/XGR CPU manual • XGT Pnet I/F module user manual When you make system of GLOFA-GM/MASTER-K and Smart I/O module, consider the followings. The following is CPU or software version for operating the module. • GLOFA PLC GMWIN program Tool: upper Ver.4.03 • GLOFA GMR CPU : more than Ver. 2.2 • GLOFA GM1/2 CPU : more than Ver. 3.2 • GLOFA GM3 CPU : more than Ver. 2.7 • GLOFA GM6 CPU : more than Ver. 2.1 • MASTER-K PLC KGLWIN programming Tool : more than Ver. 3.41 • MASTER-K K1000S CPU : more than Ver. 3.2 • MASTER-K K300S CPU : more than Ver. 3.4 • MASTER-K K200S CPU : more than Ver. 2.4 • Frame Editor : more than Ver. 2.01 Remark 1) This manual is written for GMWIN V4.04, KGLWIN V3.6, Frame editor V2.01 and XG5000 V2.0. 1-2 Chapter 1 Overview 1.2 Characteristics of Pnet remote I/F module The characteristics of Pnet remote I/F module is as follows. (1) Product design based on International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC 61131) (GLOFA series in common) Easy support to programming device Standard language (IEC 61131-3) provided (IL / LD / SFC) (2) Open network by selecting international standard communication protocol. (3) Available to communicate with remote master module (4) Available to set maximum 99 stations. (5) Enables to save the cost for installation and maintenance. (6) Various system configuration and simple maintenance and repair. (7) Easy to change the system. (8) Compatible with other maker’s product. - Available to connect Pnet remote I/F module to other maker’s master. (9) Easy to set the system by hardware station address setting (10) Simple communication programming. - Using the GMWIN/KGLWIN High-speed link parameter (11) Supports various I/O. - DC input 8/16/32/64 points, TR output 16/32/64 points, Relay output 8/16 points - Combined 32 point (DC input 16 point/ TR output 16 point) - Various special module such as AD(analog input)/DA(analog voltage)/DC(analog current output)/RTD(Resistor temperature detector)/TC(Thermocouple) (12) Easy to configure system and use - Various I/O configurations by user (13) Provides the online network status detection function. - Available to know the remote module status through high speed link monitor. - Available to check diverse module instantly. (14) High seed communication (15) Flexible communication relation is available as the speed shall be set automatically according to the speed of master. (16) Hot-Swap function available 1) Available to change the module during RUN mode. - I/O modules except the module under change operate normally. 2) Before change, informs the BPMC of module change by switch manipulation. 3) After change, restore the mode switch. 4) You can check the invalid module installation and replacement through operation of M_CHECK,M_CLO/SE at BPMC I/F program. 1-3 Chapter 1 Overview 1.3 Product configuration of Pnet remote I/F module 1.3.1 Product Configuration 1) Digital I/O module Name Model Contents Remark XGI-D21A • DC 24V input, 8 points (current source / sink input) XGI-D22A • DC 24V input, 16 points (current source / sink input) XGI-D24A • DC 24V input, 32 points (current source / sink input) XGI-D28A • DC 24V input, 64 points (current source / sink input) Digital input module XGI-D22B • DC 24V input, 16 points (current source input) XGI-D24B • DC 24V input, 32 points (current source input) XGI-D28B • DC 24V input, 64 points (current source input) XGI-A12A • AC 110V input, 16 points XGI-A21A • AC 220V input, 8 points XGQ-RY1A • Relay output, 8 points (2A, single COM.) XGQ-RY2A • Relay output, 16 points (2A) XGQ-RY2B • Relay output, 16 points (2A), Varistor added XGQ-TR2A • TR output, 16 points (0.5A, sink output) XGQ-TR4A • TR output, 32 points (0.1A, sink output) Digital output module XGQ-TR8A • TR output, 64 points (0.1A, sink output) XGQ-TR2B • TR output 16 points (0.5A, source output) XGQ-TR4B • TR output 32 points (0.1A, source output) XGQ-TR8B • TR output 64 points (0.1A, source output) XGQ-SS2A • Triac output, 16 points (1A) • DC 24V input, 16 points (current source / sink input) Digital I/O module XGH-DT4A • TR output, 16 points (0.1A, sink output) Dustproof module XGT-DMMA • Dustproof module for unused slot 1-4 Special module Chapter 1 Overview 2) Analog I/O module Name Model Contents Remark XGF-AV4A • Voltage input: 4 channels - XGF-AV8A • Voltage input: 8 channels - XGF-AC4A • Current input: 4 channels - XGF-AC8A • Current input: 8 channels XGF-AD8A • Voltage/Current input: 8 channels Analog input module • Voltage/Current input: 4 channels, XGF-AD4S Insulation between channels • Voltage/Current input: 4 channels (2-wire input), XGF-AW4S Insulation between channels XGF-AD16A • Voltage/Current input: 16 channels • Voltage output: 4 channels XGF-DV4A - • DC 1 ~ 5V / 0 ~ 5V / 0 ~ 10V / -10 ~ +10V • Current output: 4 channels XGF-DC4A - • DC 4 ~ 20mA / 0 ~ 20mA • Voltage output: 4 channels, XGF-DV4S Insulation between channels Analog output module • Current output: 4 channels, XGF-DC4S - Insulation between channels • Voltage output: 8 channels XGF-DV8A - • DC 1 ~ 5V / 0 ~ 5V / 0 ~ 10V / -10 ~ +10V • Current output: 8 channels XGF-DC8A - • DC 4 ~ 20mA / 0 ~ 20mA 4 words are • Voltage/Current input 4 channels Analog I/O module XGF-AH6A allocated for each • Voltage/Current output 2 channels I/O in XGL-PSRA Thermocouple input XGF-TC4S - • T/C input, 4 channels, insulation between channels XGF-RD4A • RTD input, 4 channels - RTD input module XGF-RD4S • RTD input, 4 channels, insulation between channels - 1-5 Chapter 1 Overview 1.4 Pnet Remote I/F Module Version Compatibility List The following table indicates compatible list of O/S Version between each CPU and master module to use Pnet remote I/F module. Before applying the system, refer to the following list. In case of XGK/XGI/XGB/XGR, all versions are available. Available Module Classification Ref. Type O/S Version GM3 GM3-CPUA Version 2.5 or later GM4 GM4-CPUA/B/C Version 2.6 or later GM6 GM6-CPUA/B/C Version 1.9 or later GM7 G7M Series Version 1.6 or later CPU K1000S K7P-30AS Version 3.1 or later K300S K4P-15AS Version 3.1 or later K200S K3P-03AS/BS/CS Version 2.2 or later K80S K7M Series Version 1.6 or later GMWIN Version 3.6 or later PA D T KGLWIN Version 3.3 or later Communication Pnet G3/4/6L-PUEA/B Version 1.0 or later Master The following table indicates CPUs available to communicate with Pnet remote I/F module Classification Available master CPU list Ref. GM3 GM3-CPUA GM4 GM4-CPUA/B/C GM6 GM6-CPUA/B/C K1000S K7P-30AS K300S K4P-15AS CPU K200S K3P-03AS/BS/CS XGL- CPUU/ CPUH/CPUS XGK XGL-CPUA/CPUE XGI XGI-CPUU/ CPUH/ CPUS/ CPUE XGR-CPUH/T XGR Note1) XGR-CPUH/F Note 1) In case of XGR system, master communication module can be installed on extension base. 1-6 Chapter 1 Overview 1.5 Notice in Using When installing this device, notice the followings for the reliability and safety. Category Classification Contents • When installing this device, maintain the temperature between 0~55 °C • Do not exposure it to direct light. Condition Temperature • When temperature is too high, install pan, air-conditioner and when temperature is Measure too low, install suitable device. • No condensing allowed. Condition • Install something in the control panel for protection from the water and dust. Condensing • Due to the frequent On/Off, condensing may occur. In this case, turn on the device at the night Measure • Install it in the place where impact and vibration don’t occur.. Condition • When impact and vibration is severe, install anti-vibration rubber so that vibration Shock and impact doesn’t affect the device. Measure • Install in the place where there is not corrosive gas. Condition Gas • When corrosive gas enters, plan air-purification measure in the control panel. Measure • Install in the place where electro-magnetic wave is not severe. Condition • In case of wiring, set the precise route. EMC • Check the shield of control panel Environment Measure For light, use glow lamp and avoid fluorescent lamp • When installing power module, ground the device at standard electric potential 1-7 Chapter 2 Product Specification Chapter 2 Product Specification 2.1 General Specification The General Specification of Pnet I/F module is as follows. No. Items Specifications Related standards Ambient 1 0 ~ 55 °C temperature Storage 2 -25 ~ +70 °C temperature Ambient 3 5 ~ 95%RH (Non-condensing) humidity 4 Storage humidity 5 ~ 95%RH (Non-condensing) Occasional vibration - Frequency Acceleration Amplitude times 10 ? f < 57Hz - 0.075mm 2 Vibration 57 ? f ? 150Hz 9.8m/s (1G) - 5 10 times each resistance Continuous vibration IEC61131-2 directions Frequency Acceleration Amplitude (X, Y and Z) 10 ? f < 57Hz - 0.035mm 2 57 ? f ? 150Hz 4.9m/s (0.5G) - 2 • Peak acceleration: 147 m/s (15G) Shock 6 • Duration: 11ms IEC61131-2 resistance • Half-sine, 3 times each direction per each axis Square wave ±1,500 V LSIS standard Impulse noise Electrostatic IEC61131-2 4kV (Contact discharge) discharge IEC61000-4-2 Radiated 7 Noise resistance IEC61131-2, electromagnetic 80 ~ 1,000 MHz, 10V/m IEC61000-4-3 field noise Power supply Digital/analog input/output Segme IEC61131-2 Fast transient/bust nt module communication interface noise IEC61000-4-4 Voltage 2kV 1kV 8 Environment Free from corrosive gasses and excessive dust 9 Altitude Up to 2,000 ms Pollution 10 2 or less degree 11 Cooling Air-cooling Note 1) IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission): An international nongovernmental organization which promotes internationally cooperated standardization in electric/electronic field, publishes international standards and manages applicable estimation system related with. 2) Pollution degree: An index indicating pollution degree of the operating environment which decides insulation performance of the devices. For instance, Pollution degree 2 indicates the state generally that only non-conductive pollution occurs. However, this state contains temporary conduction due to dew produced. 2-1 Chapter 2 Product Specification 2.2 Communication Module Specification 2.2.1 Pnet remote I/F module specification Item Specification Standard EN50170 / DIN 19245 Interface RS-485(electric) Media access Polling Topology Bus method Amplitude method NRZ Communication interface Auto baud rate Master/Slave Slave Max. station count per network 100 stations (including master and repeater) Max. station count per segment 32 stations (including master and repeater) Cable Twisted shielded cable Max. communication data size TX/RX each 244 byte After writing I/O parameter using expansion adapter, download through I/O parameter setting USB Speed (kbps) 9.6 19.2 93.75 187.5 500 Communication Distance (m) 1200 1200 1200 1000 400 speed and Speed (kbps) 1500 3000 6000 12000 - distance Distance (m) 200 100 100 100 - Max. node count 100 stations (setting range: 0 ~ 99 ) Max. expansion module installation 12 modules count 768 points Max. digital I/O points (Input max. 768 points/output max. 768 points, 64-point module x 12 slots) Input max 122 channels (Max. TRX 244 byte/2) Max. analog I/O channels Output max 96 channels (8 channels X 12 slots) - 1 word per channel Internal consumption current (?) 600 Weight (g) 114 Note How to write the parameter of special module and I/O module through expansion adapter is same as that through XG5000. For more detail, refer to XG5000 and special module manual. 2-2 Chapter 2 Product Specification 2.3 Communication Cable Specification 2.3.1 Profibus-DP cable specification 1) Cable specification Classification Contents BELDEN cable:: Product name : 3077F, 3079A Cable Tomas cable : Product name : Profibus-DP UNITRONIC-BUS L2/FIP/BUS AWG 22 Type BC (Bare copper) Insulation PE (Polyethylene) Insulation 0.035 (inch) intensity Aluminum Foil-Polyester Tape Shield /Braid Shield Capacity 8500?/ft Characteristic 150 ? impedance Core count. 2 Core 2) Connector’s structure and connector wire method (1) Input wire: green line is connected to A1, red line is connected to B1. (2) Iutput wire: green line is connected to A2, red line is connected to B2 (3) Shield is connected to connector’s clamp. (4) When installing the connector in terminal, install cable at the A1.B1. Green 25m 13 Red On Te r m i n a l Off switch Shield 7 cable A1 B1 A2 B2 connection part Covering (terminal unit) shield connection part (clamp) Out In A1 B1 A2 B2 A1 B1 A2 B2 Input wire Output wire 2-3 Chapter 2 Product Specification 2.4 Terminating 2.4.1 Pnet Terminating • Connection Connector Cable ON ON connection unit OFF OFF Terminating switch A1 B1 A2 B2 A1 B1 A2 B2 ON : termination OFF: No termination 2-4 Chapter 3 System Configuration Chapter 3 System Configuration This chapter describes the method of system configuration and characteristics. 3.1 Notices in Selecting Module Here describes the notices in selecting digital I/O module which is used for Remote I/O. 1) Digital input types contain the current sink input and current source input. In case of DC input module, as the wiring method of external input power is different according to such input types, make sure of selecting the input module considering the spec. of input connection machine. The wiring method per type is as follows. (1) How to connect the sink type external connection machine to the source type DC input module. I External con nection machine - DC power DC input module + COM • External connection machine is located between DC power and (-) terminal of DC input module terminal. • Thus, when inputting ON, the current flows from DC input module terminal to external connection machine. (2) How to connect the source type external connection machine to the sink type DC input module. I External con nection machine + DC input DC power module - - COM • External connection machine is located between DC power and (+) terminal of DC input module terminal. • Thus, when inputting ON, the current flows from external connection machine to DC input module terminal. 2) In case that the open/close frequency is high or it is used to open/close the conductive load, please use transistor output module as Relay output module may reduce the life. 3-1 Chapter 3 System Configuration 3.2 Names of Each Part 3.2.1 Basic System Configuration Communicates with master and controls expansion I/O module through Backplane Bus P O X Pnet W G master E T R Profibus-DP communication Backplane bus P Pnet O remote W DI/DO DI/DO DI/DO DI/DO AI/AO AI/AO AI/AO AI/AO DI/DO DI/DO DI/DO AI/AO I/F E module R SLOT S0 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 3.2.2 Names and Functions of Each Part 1) Pnet remote I/F module LED RUN: Power On P-RUN: normal communication (ON) STATUS: I/O synchronization (ON) ERR: error (ON) Station number switch USB port - I/O parameter and OS download Module change switch Pnet communication connector 3- 2 Chapter 3 System Configuration 2) LED Item Name Normal Abnormal LED indication contents Module normal On - (Normal operation of system O/S) 1 RUN O/S is not operating - Off (O/S operation error by H/W error) On Pnet communication normal P-RUN Not connected with master or not communicating with 2 - Off master System configuration of master is same as I/O On - configuration of slave so communication is normal 3 STATUS System configuration of master is not same as I/O - Off configuration of slave so communication is not normal Error - On 4 ERR refer to the following error type Off - No error 3) Error type (1) Module detachment error Module is detached from base while M.XCHG switch is off (2) Invalid module is attached Invalid module such as communication module, High Speed Counter module, etc is attached at Base (3) Out of I/O points I/O module configuration exceeding max. I/O data size (244 byte) or no I/O data (4) I/O parameter error I/O parameter set by user is different with actual I/O configuration - When different parameter is downloaded during communication: ERR LED Off - When different parameter is downloaded during not communicating: ERR LED On 3-3 Chapter 3 System Configuration 3.2.3 Available Product List 1) Power module list Model Specification XGP-ACF1 AC100V - AC240V, 3A XGP-ACF2 AC100V - AC240V, 6A XGP-AC23 AC200V - AC240V, 8.5A XGP-DC42 DC24V, 6A 2) Base list Model Specification Remark XGB-M04A 4-slot main base XGB-M06A 6-slot main base ? Up to 12 slots are available and expansion base through XGB-M08A 8-slot main base expansion cable is not supported XGB-M12A 12-slot main base 3- 4 Chapter 3 System Configuration 3) Digital I/O module list XGI-A12A AC110V, 16 point XGI-A21A AC220V, 8 point XGI-D21A DC24V, 8 point XGI-D22A DC24V, 16 point, sink/source Input XGI-D22B DC24V, 16 point, sink module XGI-D24A DC24V, 32 point, sink/source XGI-D24B DC24V, 32 point, sink XGI-D28A DC24V, 64 point, sink/source XGI-D28B DC24V, 64 point, sink XGQ-RY1A Relay, 8 point XGQ-RY2A Relay, 16 point XGQ-RY2B Relay, 16 point, Built-in surge killer XGQ-SS2A Triac, 16 point Output XGQ-TR2A TR, 16 point, sink module XGQ-TR2B TR, 16 point, source XGQ-TR4A TR, 32 point, sink XGQ-TR4B TR, 32 point, source XGQ-TR8A TR, 64 point, sink XGQ-TR8B TR, 64 point, source I/O XGH-DT4A DC24V, 16 point input / TR 16 point, sink module Note For specification of I/O module, refer to XGI or XGK CPU manual. 3-5 Chapter 3 System Configuration 4) Analog module list XGF-AV4A • Voltage input: 4 channels XGF-AV8A • Voltage input: 8 channels XGF-AC4A • Current input: 4 channels XGF-AC8A • Current input: 8 channels Analog input XGF-AD8A • Voltage/current input: 8 channels XGF-AD4S • Voltage/current input: 4 channels, insulation between channels • Voltage/current input: 4 channels(2-wire input), XGF-AW4S insulation between channels XGF-AD16A • Voltage/current input: 16 channels XGF-DV4A Voltage output type, 4 channels XGF-DC4A Current output type, 4 channels XGF-DV8A Voltage output type, 8 channels Analog output XGF-DC8A Current output type, 8 channels XGF-DV4S Voltage output type, 4 channels, insulation type XGF-DC4S Current output type, 4 channels, insulation type XGF-TC4S Thermocouple input, 4 channels, insulation type Temp. conversion XGF-RD4A RTD input, 4 channels XGF-RD4S RTD input, 4 channels, insulation type Voltage/current selection input type, 4 channels / voltage/current selection Analog I/O XGF-AH6A output type, 2 channels - 4 words are allocated for each I/O in XGL-PSRA. Note For specification of analog I/O module, refer to each product’s user manual. 3- 6 Chapter 3 System Configuration 3.3 System Configuration Example 3.3.1 Pnet System (GMWIN) Pnet remote module XGL-PSRA Other company PLC Load Load LLo oad ad 3-7 Chapter 3 System Configuration 3.3.2 Pnet system (XG5000) Pnet remote module XGL-PSRA Other company PLC Load Load Load 3- 8 Chapter 4 Communication Programming Chapter 4 Communication Programming 4.1 How to Set Master Module Describes how to set master module to use Pnet remote module For more detail, refer to master module’s user manual. 4.1.1 High-speed Link High-speed Link is used when other station’s data or information is periodically exchanged at every specific time. By referring to the changing data of its own station or other station periodically, it enables to utilize the data to the system effectively and communicates by setting the simple parameter. The setting method is to designate its own area and the area of other station, data size, and station no. (for GLOFA seires, in GMWIN, for MASTER-K, in KGLWIN, for XGT, in XG-PD ) and then carry out communication. Data size is from minimum 1 byte (8 point) to 244 byte. And communication period is from maximum 10ms to 10s according to communication contents As it is available to communicate with other station by simple parameter setting, it is easy to use this program and the High-speed process of internal data enables to process lots of data at the same time periodically Pnet remote module #4 Pnet remote module #3 RX TX TX RX TX High speed link RX Pnet remote module #5 RX TX TX Pnet remote module #2 RX Pnet remote module #1 4-1 Chapter 4 Communication Programming 4.1.2 XG-PD’s Link Parameter Setting When using XGT Pnet master module, it is easy to set device region and date size to communicate between CPU module and Communication module (Master module and Slave module) by using XG-PD. 1) Pnet High-speed Link setting Contents Contents High-speed Link Module Select Pnet Type Communication module setting Base No. Max: 0 ~ 7, Setting range differ according to CPU module. Slot No. Max: 0 ~ 11, Setting rage differ according to base Type. Communication Select among 10ms, 20ms, 50ms, 100ms, 200ms, 500ms, 1s, 5s, 10s period setting -default is 10ms. (Period Type) CPU Latch Maintain previous output status. Output data Error Clear Clear all output. setting when Latch Maintain previous output status. CPU emergency Stop Clear Clear all output. Communicati Sending: transfers data from Master module to Slave module. on module Mode Receiving: transfers data from Slave module to Master module. setting Station No. Slave Station No. (Range: 1 ~ 99) Communication Indicate communication type between Master and Slave. type (Poll, Bit-Strobe, COS, Cyclic) Read area first device of TX devices Address (Master module Available device: P, M, K, F, T, C, U, Z, L, N, D, R, ZR Size Indicate I/O point into Byte. Slave module) (Byte) - Consider less than 8 bit I/O module as 1 Byte Save area first device of RX devices Address (Slave module Available device: P, M, K, F, T, C, U, Z, L, N, D, R, ZR Size Indicate Slave module’s I/O point into Byte. Master module) (Byte) - Consider less than 8 bit I/O module as 1 Byte PLC connection CPU module’s RS-232C or USB port Control is available regardless of location (RUN, STOP) of mode switch of Control condition CPU module. Max. communication point TX 28,672 point, RX 28,672 point each 3584 byte Max. Block No. 126 (0~125) Max. point per block 244 High-speed link setting count Max. 12 Notice 1) The above category is not set in XG-PD. 2) This data is uploaded value from XG-PF which is set in SyCon. 3) Set according to the following sequence. First: Set parameter by SyCon download Second: XG-PD I/O Information Reading SyCon Upload High-speed Link parameter setting parameter download Enable High-speed Link If you don’t follow above sequence, it may cause change of setting value. ? When you change High-speed Link contents, you should download parameter again. ? It is available to set and use only one High-speed Link per one communication module. ? Written parameter (basic, High-speed Link, P2P) is stored in CPU module. When changing CPU module, download backup parameter set in XG-PD and write it to new CPU module. For description on SyCon, refer to chapter 5 4-2 Chapter 4 Communication Programming 1) How to use XG-PD How to use XG-PD for Pnet I/F Module is as follows. Execute XG-PD Read information of Pnet I/F module (a) Read I/O Information or (b) High-speed Link Setting 1) Comnication module setting 1) Connect Pnet I/F module read from I/O information with a) Comnication module setting: Pnet High-speed Link. - Type of module, Base, Slot 2) Read system information set by SyCon. b) Comunication period setting 3) Designate device and address used in program to c) Data setting when emergency. connect I/O point about the slave module which is - CPU module error, CPU module stop composed in SyCon with PLC program. 2) Block setting - Online SyCon Upload - Read area/Save area setting Write High-speed Link parameter to Pnet I/O Module (c) Write Parameter or Enable Pnet I/F module’s communication. (d) Enable Link or 4-3 Chapter 4 Communication Programming 4.1.3 High-speed Link communication status flag information (XGT) Communication Flag List corresponding to High-speed Link Number High-speed Link No.1~12. No. Keyword Type Contents Contents Explanation It indicates normal status of all stations which operate according to parameter set in the High-speed Link. If the following condition is met, It would be turned On. All stations of High- 1. All stations set in parameter are RUN mode and there is L000000 _HS1_RLINK Bit speed Link No.1 are no Error. normal. 2. All data blocks set in parameter operate properly. 3. When parameter of each station in parameter communicates normally, after Run_Link is On, Run_Link maintains On contiuosly unless quitted by disable. When _HSmRLINK Flag is On, if station set in parameter and communication status is same as the followings, this flag is turned On. Indicates abnormal 1. Station set in parameter is not RUN mode. After _HS1RLINK L000001 _HS1_LTRBL Bit 2. Station set in parameter has Error. ON 3. Communication status of data block set in parameter is not proper. If above condition is met, Link_Troble set On. If condition is normal, Link_Troble set Off. Indicates High- L000020 It indicates total status about each data block set in _HS1_STATE[k] Bit speed Parameter ~ parameter. (k=000~127) Array No.1 Kth Block’s L00009F HS1STATE[k]=HS1MOD[k]&_HS1TRX[k]&(~_HSmERR[k]) total status L000100 Run Mode of High- _HS1_MOD[k] Bit It indicates operation mode of station set in Kth block of ~ speed Parameter (k=000~127) Array parameter. L00017F No.1 Kth Block Indicates normal L000180 Communication _HS1_TRX[k] Bit It indicates whether communication status of parameter’s Kth ~ status with High- (k=000~127) Array data block operates normally or not according to setting. L00025F speed Parameter No.1 Kth Block L000260 Error Mode of High- _HS1_ERR[k] Bit It indicates whether communication status of parameter’s Kth ~ speed Parameter (k=000~127) Array data block has error or not. L00033F No.1 Kth Block Indicates setting of L000340 _HS1_SETBLO Bit High-speed ~ CK[k] It indicates whether Kth data block of parameter is set or not. Array Parameter No.1 Kth L00041F Block * In case of Pnet, Kth block indicates slave’s station number. 4-4 Chapter 4 Communication Programming Note High-speed L Region Link Reference Address Number Number 2 L000500~L00099F When [Table 1]’s High-speed Link is 1, other Flag address number is as 3 L001000~L00149F follows according to simple calculation. *Calculation: L region address number = L000000 + 500 X (High-speed Link 4 L001500~L00199F Number-1) 5 L002000~L00249F 6 L002500~L00299F In the case of using the High-speed Link Flag for the program and 7 L003000~L00349F monitoring, use Flag Map registered in the XG5000. 8 L003500~L00399F 9 L004000~L00449F 10 L004500~L00499F 11 L005000~L00549F K indicates information about 128 Blocks from Block No.000 to 127 through 8 word (Each word consist of 16 block.). For example, mode information (_HS1MOD) has information about block 0 ~15 in the L00010. (16~31, 3 2~47,48~63, 64~79, 80~95, 96~111, 112~127 in the L00011, L00012, L00013, L00014, L00015, L00016, L00017) So block no. 55’s mode information in the L000137 4-5 Chapter 4 Communication Programming 4.2 How to register XGT Profibus-DP remote module In order to use XGT Profibus-DP remote module, you have to register an extended module parameter by using Extended Adapter. 4.2.1 Create new project Select “File – New File” and then select “XGL-PSRA” at Adapter type. After connecting USB cable to XGT Profibus-DP remote module, turn on the power. Select “Online – Connection Settings” and then set the “Type” as USB and “Depth” as local. Then establish connection. 4-6 Chapter 4 Communication Programming 4.2.2 Set IO parameter If I/O parameter is different with actual system configuration in main base, XGT Profibus-DP remote module indicates “Module type mismatch” error. At this time, STATUS LED is off. 1) I/O synchronization Open “I/O information” at “Online” and check whether I/O information matches actual system configuration. The following figure is I/O information where TR output modules are in slot 0 and 1, XGF-DV8A in slot 2, XGF- AD4S in slot 3. 4-7 Chapter 4 Communication Programming If I/O information matches actual module configuration, click “I/O synchronization button” and match I/O information. If “module mismatch error” appears, check whether ERR LED is off or not. Check whether all modules are registered at project window. 1) Analog module parameter setting To set a detail parameter on the module, double-click the module at project window. The figure below is parameter window when you double-click the XGF-DV8A. For detail on the each parameter, refer to the product’s manual. After completing the parameter setting, download the parameter through “Online Write Parameter”. 4-8 Chapter 4 Communication Programming 2) Digital I/O module parameter setting If you double-click the digital I/O module, for output module, emergency output setting window appears and for input module, input filter setting window appears as follows. Emergency output sets output status in case of remote module error. If emergency output is “Clear”, output becomes ‘0’ in case of error. If emergency output is “Hold”, output holds last output data. 3) Save setting Before downloading, save the project. 4-9 Chapter 4 Communication Programming 4) Write parameter After completing the parameter setting, download parameter through “Online – Write Parameter”. If downloading is complete, complete message appears. Note 1) Parameter is saved in flash memory permanently. 2) Emergency parameter is applied when communication with master is not normal. 3) Emergency output data is not maintained when power is off. If you turn off and on power while Emergency output is set as “Hold” and error occurs, emergency output data is not hold. 4) If you download parameter, read I/O, synchronize I/O during communication, communication may stop during some ms. 4-1 0 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.1 Overview Profibus is an open type field bus that the manufacturer selects independently to apply and manufacture (Vendor-independence). Also, It is used widely for processing automation. DP among them is the most frequently used Communication profile and the network suitable for FA environment of Field Level and also is suitable for master-slave communication between master automation machine and distribution slave I/O machine. It is designed to install with low cost and is the most suitable item to replace the existing system such as 4~20mA or Hart system together with 24V parallel signal transmission to the production automation system. For further information for Profibus-DP, please refer to ‘Korea Profibus Association’s homepage’. (http://www.profibus.co.kr) 5.2 Communication Specification Classification Profibus-DP Module type Pnet remote I/F module Network type Profibus-DP Slave protocol DP-V0 Standard EN 50170 / DIN 19245 Media access Logical Token Ring Communication method RS-485 (Electric) Topology Bus Modulation method NRZ (Non Return to Zero) MAX (media access Local token ring method) Distance (m) Transfer speed (bps) Communication 1,200 9.6k/19.2k/93.7k/187.5k 400 500k distance and transfer 200 1.5M speed 100 3M/6M/12M Max. Node/network 126 Stations Max. Node/segment 32 Stations Cable Electric twisted shielded pair cable Max. I/O data/slave 244 byte Max. I/O module 12 installation count Installation position CPU slot 5-1 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.3 Basic Performance 5.3.1 Overview Profibus-DP Master module is available to set as the following function. (1) Supports only High-speed Link communication. (2) Uses parameter setting in GMWIN/KGLWIN/XG-PD and Configuration Tool (LSIS provided tool : SyCon). (3) Sets only sending/receiving area from GMWIN/KGLWIN/XG-PD high-speed link parameter setting. (4) Sending/receiving data shall be saved continuously from the setting area and sent. (this is similar to the continued MAP of MASTER-K.) (5) Uses SyCon to set sending/receiving number and slave area per slave station and uses Configuration Port to download as master module. (6) Sending/receiving number is available up to 512bytes/3,584bytes respectively according to the type of Daughter board. (7) Sending/receiving number per slave station is set as byte unit. (set in SyCon) Communication begins through GMWIN/KGLWIN/XG-PD High-speed Link enable set. 5.3.2 Operation by High-speed Link (1) If Master module is the product of LSIS (G3/4/6L-PUEA/PUEB, XGL-PMEA), it configures Profibus Network using SyCon. (2) Download Profibus Network Configuration to master module. (3) Set High-speed Link parameter of master in GMWIN and download it. (4) Enable High-speed Link. (5) If using other maker’s product as Master, configure Profibus Network using Configuration Tool of the corresponding product. 5- 2 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.3.3 Procedure to establish Pnet communication Master communicates Pnet expansion I/O module based on the downloaded setting information 1) After writing parameter and checking, I/O data communication starts. 2) If it fails when processing each step, diagnosis is executed. 3) Initial sequence operation to establish communication is as follows. POWER ON Master transmits DIAG req telegram to slave. Is DIAG_res received normally? Ye s Master transmits Set_Parameter telegram to slave. No Is accurate response received? Ye s Master transmits Check_Config telegram to slave. No Is accurate response received? Ye s Master transmits DIAG_req telegram to slave. No Is DIAG_res received normally? Ye s Ye s Does error report occur at Diag? No DATA Exchg 5-3 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.3.4 I/O Data Communication 1) Expansion I/O modules are communicates with master by using backplane bus. 2) Max. TRX data is 244 byte. 3) Writing parameter of expansion I/O module is available through local USB connection. 5- 4 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.4 Tool for Communication Setting 5.4.1 Communication Setting by SyCon If using master module provided by LSIS (G3/4/6L-PUEA/PUEB,XGL-PMEA), it is required to configure Profibus Network using SyCon and download the information to the corresponding master module. As Profibus Network Configuration Tool is different from each master module, if using LSIS master module (G3/4/6L-PUEA/PUEB,XGL- PMEA), it is required to use only SyCon. 1) SyCon execution If there is no project using before executing SyCon, the initial screen same as the above figure will appear and if you are preparing the project, the latest project will be open. 2) Insertion of Master Module Click “Insert Master” or select from the left top tool bar and click the proper point of left top from the window below. 5-5 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication Insert the master at the top of window below If Insert Master window is open as the above figure, select COM-DPM/PKV20-DPM if the using master module is G3/4/6L-PUEA and click Add button in the middle. If using master module is G3/4/6L-PUEB, select COM- PB/PKV20-PB and click Add button in the middle. If using master module is XGL-PMEA, select COM-C-DPM and click Add button in the middle part. Confirm Station address and if necessary, it is available to change Description. If pressing OK button, master module shall be inserted. 5- 6 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 3) Master module setting If you click the right side of mouse on the inserted master module and select “Master Settings...” from the appeared popup window, the following window will be open. Select “Controlled release of the communication by the application program” from “Parameter to user interface”, “Little Endian (LSB-MSB)” from “Storage format (word module)” and select ”Buffered, host controlled” from “Handshake of the process data” in order. 4) Insertion of slave Similar to master, click “Insert Slave” or select from left top tool bar and click master bottom, and Insert Slave window will appear as below. 5-7 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication If using XGL-PSRA, select “XGL-PSRA” from the left side “Available slaves” and click “Add” button in the middle part. If there are several masters, select one from the right side “Master” and confirm “Station address” and “Description”, and then click “OK” button. Note 1) If there is no slave to use in the slave list (Available slaves) of insert slave window, copy “GSD file” which is the original self-information supplied by the module manufacturer, from the directory below. Then, try SyCon again and insert slave. 5- 8 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5) Slave Configuration Click the inserted slave icon with the right button of mouse and select “Slave configuration” from the appeared popup window. (or double-click the left button of mouse on the slave icon.) List box in the middle part shows all available modules. If you select the module having the necessary point and click “Append Module” button on the right bottom, it shall be inserted to the list box below. In this case, it is required to insert input module first and then insert output module in the bottom. And the numbers of available module are 2. 6) Bus Parameter Setting Bus parameter setting is the setting about Profibus-DP network. Select “Settings/Bus Parameter...” from the menu. Optimize field contains “Standard” and “user definition” setting. Speed setting (Baud rate) contains 9.6kbps ~12Mbps setting. Basically, Baud rate is set as 1.5Mbps and Optimize is set as ‘standard’ . Note Communication speed is related to transmission distance. When using 12Mbps, you should use the connector only for 12Mbps and exclusive cable. When using 12Mbps, min. Distance between stations shall be set as more than 1m. When using 12Mbps, if the communication is cut off (especially, the station far from master), search the proper end resistance value and set it random. 5-9 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 7) Device Allocation It is required to download the prepared configuration to the master module. In this case, click the left button of mouse and select master module icon to set which device to use. Select “Setting/Device Assignment...” from the menu. (1) Device Allocation (2) Driver Selection If driver selection window is open, select “CIF Serial Driver”. Note 1) Driver to be provided by G3/4/6-PUEA/B, XGL-PMEA type master module is only RS-232C port. Thus, “CIF TCP/IP Driver”, “CIF Device Driver” is not available. 5 -10 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (3) Driver Selection of CIF Serial Driver ? Press the button “Connect ? If the corresponding COM1” to confirm if the module information is indicated, check the corresponding module “COM1” check box. information is indicated. ? If everything ends normally without any error, press “OK” button. Connect PC serial port and Configuration Port of Profibus-DP master module. And apply the power of master module. Press “connect COM1” or other button according to PC serial port and confirm if the corresponding module is selected. On the figure, “Version” and “Date” may have different value. If there is no error, check the check box of the left side and click “OK” button. Note 1) When pressing “Connect COM1” button, if the module information does not appear normally and the error occurs, check the connection of cable for configuration and the cable condition first. If Cable is OK, it means that module must be poor. In this case, contact the customer service center. 5-11 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 8) Configuration Download If you select “Online/Download” from the menu, ‘Download’ begins to run. In this case, all LED shall be OFF and only “READY” LED shall be blinking. After downloading, all LED show its function. If you carry out ‘Download’ in the status that the communication between the current master and slave is open, the warning window with the message “if the download is done during the bus operation, the communication between the master and the slaves is stopped.” will appear. After confirming if there is a problem by communication cutoff, click “Ye s ( Y )” button and ‘Download’ will run normally. . 5 -12 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.4.2 Communication Setting through PROFICON If you use LSIS’s master module (G3/4/6L-PUEA/PUEB, XGL-PMEA), you can configure Profibus Network and download it by using Proficon. Screen of Proficon is as follows. Project explorer Device list Project (topology) window GSD viewer Master/slave property window Output window - Device list: List of devices analyzed from GSD. You can drag & drop these devices to Project (topology) Window - Project: PROFIBUS network topology - Project explorer: classifies the topology configured in project window in Project-Master-affiliated slave - GSD viewer: GSD detail information on the device selected from device list - Output window: operation result of Configuration Tool - Master property window: sets the properties of master device in the project window - Slave property window: sets the properties of slave device in the project window - Bus parameter window: Sets the communication properties of PROFIBUS network in the project window 5-13 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 1) Master configuration There are master devices at the top of the device list. Select the master you want use as figure below. If you want to change the properties of master such as station number or description, press ““Master Properties” of “Configuration” menu. Master property window is activated as figure below. 5 -14 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 2) Slave configuration Slave configuration is available after master configuration. How to configure slave is same as that of master. Select the slave device you want to add in the device list as figure below. Basically the tool allocates station number in order when adding each device to topology. So if you want to change station number and properties of slave, user “Slave Properties” item of “Configuration” menu. Affiliated items of “Slave Properties” are as follows - Station Address - Description - Activate Device - Communication Watchdog - User parameter setting - Module setting For user parameter setting and module setting, additional window appears. 5-15 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication For user parameter setting, “Slave Parameter Settings” window appears as figure below. 5 -16 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication “Slave Module Settings” window is as follows. Double-click the actually configured module in the Module Selection area. If you select wrong module, double-click the module then the module is removed. 5-17 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 3) Bus parameter You can change the communication speed or communication parameter through network bus parameter setting. Generally, default value of communication parameter is used so we describe how to change communication speed. Since the master has the right to change network bus parameter, you should select the master in the topology. Then “Bus Parameters” item of “Configuration” menu is activated If you select PROFIBUS DP communication speed (Baudrate) you want, bus parameter will be applied. 5 -18 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 4) Configuration download and upload PROFIBUS DP master operates based on Network configuration data. For this, you should download the network configuration data to master. And you can read the downloaded configuration data from master (Upload function). Here Pnet I/F module of XGT PLC, XGL-PMEC is used for example. (1) Communication connection settings To download the Network Configuration set in Topology window to XGT Pnet master, first you should connect XGT PLC If you select “Settings…” item of “Communication” menu, the window below appears. Select “Communication With XGT” and input the information on the PROFIBUS DP master module position and click “OK” Then XGT CPU “Connection Settings” window appears. After setting, press “OK” button and complete the connection setting. 5-19 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (2) Network Configuration download After configuring network in the topology, if you select “Download Image” item of “Communication” menu, downloading will start. The figure below displays downloading status. Progress Bar operates in the status bar and Process Rate is displayed in the output window. If downloading is complete, Progress Bar becomes full and “Done” is displayed in the output window. 5 -20 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (3) Network Configuration upload If you select “Upload Image” item of “Communication” menu, uploading will starts. At this time, project is created automatically. If uploading is complete, “Done” is displayed in the output window and Network Configuration read form master is displayed in the project topology window. 5-21 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.5 High Speed Link Setting 5.5.1 High Speed Link Setting in GMWIN In the previous article, we explained the method to set Configuration and the method to download this to the master module. High-speed Link parameter setting should be done after downloading Configuration. And High-speed Link parameter is set by selecting link parameter from GMWIN project screen and setting the corresponding items. The setting order and its functions per item are as follows. 1) High-speed Link parameter setting in GMWIN Open High-speed Link parameter from Project basic screen and enter into the High-speed Link parameter setting menu The number of activated “High-speed Link” item of the above figure means the maximum Installation number of communication module according to PLC CPU type. Available “High-speed link” is activated and in this case, High- speed Link no. is not related to the installed slot no. and the slot no. should be set in the individual parameter setting screen and only one High-speed Link parameter is available per one communication module. (1) Max. Installation number per GLOFA-GM CPU model Available communication Classification Max. installation number Remarks module If combined with other GM3-CPUA G3L-PUEA, G3L-PUEB 4 communication module GM4-CPUA/B G4L-PUEA, G4L-PUEB 2 (A type) / 4 (B type) using HS link, installation GM6-CPUA/B/C G6L-PUEA, G6L-PUEB 2 number shall be limited. 5 -22 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 2) Link parameter setting If you select the corresponding parameter from parameter setting basic screen, the High-speed Link parameter setting initial screen will appear as shown in the following figure. Parameter setting initial screen is composed of two items such as ‘link set’ and ‘Entry list’. The setting method per each item and its function are as follows 3) High-speed Link setting “Link Set” is the item to set the basic items of the communication module. Select ‘Edit’ button of “link set” and set network type, slot no. the self station no. in the High-speed Link setting screen. 5-23 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication ? Network Type: It sets the installed communication module type and GLOFA Pnet should be set. ? Slot Num: It sets the position of the communication module. (0 ~ 7 slot). ? Self-station Num: The master module’ station no. shall be set in SyCon and the slave module’s station no. shall be set by rotary switch. It is not available to change station number here. 4) Entry List setting Entry list is the area to register the TRX information of actual data after link setting. It is required to set in the registration no. ‘0’ of Entry list area, and the major setting items are shown on the top of registration list menu. Select (or double-click) the corresponding list from High-speed Link setting screen and the user can set the corresponding item from “High-speed Link item Edit” window as shown on the figure below. The following shows the screen after setting the TRX parameter. Double-click the corresponding registration no. to modify the parameter. The function of each registration item is as follows. ? Area: When sending, set the area to send and when receiving, set the storage area of the received data. ? Size: This means the data size to send/receive and the unit is 1 byte, and it is available to set total size as 1Kbyte for G3/4/6L-PUEA and 7Kbytes for G3/4/6L-PUEB. 5 -24 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication Remark 1) The size of receive/transmit area is total I/O contact number made in SyCon. 2) The order of module is as follows. First, G4L-PUEA 1 and GPL-TR2A (16 points), GPL-TR4A (32 points), GPL-D22A (16 points) and when setting the transmit area as %MW0, the receiving area as %MW100, - Transmit area : %MW0 - Receive area : %MW100 - Size of transmit area : 6 bytes (total output contact number) - Size of receive area : 2 bytes (total input contact number) And, - %MW0 data -> GPL-TR2A output - %MW1 ~ %MW2 data -> GPL-TR4A output - GPL-D22A input -> %MW100 saved 3) The order of module programmed in SyCon has higher priority than station no. and cable connection when sending/receiving the data. 5) High-speed Link Information High-speed Link service provides the user with the method to confirm High-speed Link service status to confirm the reliability of the data read from other station through High-speed Link as High-speed Link information because this is data exchange between more than 2 communication stations. That is, the communication module provides the user with the high link information every regular time by collecting all data received until then about whether the High-speed Link action is done by the parameter set by the user or not. The High-speed Link information contains the overall information such as RUN-LINK (_PHSxRLINK), LINK- TROUBLE (_PHSxLTRBL) that provides the user with overall information of communication network and the individual information such as _PHSxSTATE that informs the communication status per slave station. The user can use the above information as keyword type when preparing the program and monitor the High-speed Link status by using the High-speed Link information monitor function. When operating several PLC using High-speed Link, it is required to confirm the reliability of the sending/receiving data using the High-speed Link information such as RUN- LINK, LINK-TROUBLE etc. (1) Run-Link (_PHSxRLINK) This is the overall information that shows whether or not High-speed Link is running normally by the parameter set by the user. Once ‘ON’, it maintains ‘ON’ until link enable is ‘OFF’ and if the following condition is given, it shall be ‘ON’. a) When ‘Link Enable’ is ‘ON’. b) When parameter registration list setting is set normally all. c) When sending/receiving all data that corresponds with parameter registration list within the setting period. d) When all other station status set in the parameter is ‘RUN’ and at the same time there is no error. Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 5-25 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication Example of High-speed Link parameter setting of each station Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 send: 2 words sending: 2words sending: 2words receive: 2words receiving: 2words receiving: 2words (station 2) (station 1) (station 1) sending: 2words sending: 2words receiving: 2words receiving: 2words receiving: 2words (station 3) (station 4) (station 5) The figure shows High-speed Link system configuration to explain RUN-LINK ON condition. In case that 5 communication modules are connected by network as shown on the above figure and carry out High-speed Link as the content of parameter, RUN-LINK ON condition of Station 1 is as follows. ? When in the self station (station 1), Link-Enable is ‘ON’, ? When the self station (station 1) is RUN status, ? When the self station (station 1) is not the error status, ? When the sending parameter data set in the self station (station 1) is sent properly, ? When the data receiving from station 2, 3 is received properly, ? When the action mode of other station (station 2, 3) to send the data to the self station (station 1) is RUN mode, not the error status and it is communicated properly, ? When in the other station (station 2, 3) of the self station (station 1), the action mode of other station (station 4, 5) set in the parameter is RUN mode and not the error status and it is communicated properly. If the above 7 items are satisfied, RUN-LINK of station 1 shall be ON. If using RUN-LINK contact associated with program in the system where PLC of various stations perform interlocking through High-speed Link, it is available to carry out the mutual monitoring of sending/receiving data and the reliable communication. But, once RUN- LINK contact is ‘ON’, it maintains ‘ON’ status until Link-Enable becomes ‘OFF’. Thus when monitoring the abnormal status such as on communication error, it is required to use ‘LINK-TROUBLE’ information contact together as follows. (2) LINK-TROUBLE (_PHSxLTRBL x=High-speed Link no.(1~2)) This is the overall information indicating whether the High-speed Link is running normally by the parameter set by the user. When RUN-LINK violates the condition of RUN-LINK ON in the status that RUN-LINK is ON, LINK- TROUBLE shall be ‘ON’ and if recovered, it shall be ‘OFF’. (3) High-speed Link status (_PHSxSTATE[0..127] x=the salve station no. (0~127)) This is the individual information indicating the action status of the slave station and this is available to indicate max. 127 stations High-speed Link status same as max. slave station number. That is, if the sending/receiving status of the corresponding list is normal and the action mode is RUN and there is no error, it shall be ‘ON and if violating the above condition, it shall be ‘OFF’. 6) High-speed Link information monitoring High-speed Link information enables to monitor using the monitoring function after GMWIN online connecting. There are two kinds of method to monitor: the method to select ‘variable monitor’ from monitor menu and the method by link parameter monitor. 5 -26 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (1) Variable monitor The variable monitor is the function to monitor by using GMWIN flag monitor function and selecting the necessary item. If you select ‘variable monitor’ from online monitor item, the variable registration screen will appear as below. Select the flag and register by selecting directly the High-speed Link information flag from variable, flag list screen one by one. In this case, as PHSxSTATE[n] is Array type flag, the user should select the array no. directly and the array no. means the slave station no. Also, ‘x’ means the High-speed Link no. and it has the range 1~4 for GM3 PLC CPU, the range 1~2 for GM4 PLC CPU, and the range 1 for GM6 PLC CPU. If you register the variable in the figure below and select ‘close’, the monitor screen will appear and if you press ‘start’ from tool box shown on the right side separately, it begins to monitor. High-speed Link information monitor screen (Variable registration) 5-27 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (2) Link parameter monitor If you select ‘link parameter’ item from monitor menu of GMWIN online connection, ‘Select Link Parameter’ screen will appear as shown on the figure below. If the user selects the desired item from parameter number set by it and verify it, the High-speed Link parameter monitor screen will be open and the setting registration list will be monitored and indicated on the screen. Link parameter selection screen Link parameter monitor indicates the general information such as RUN-LINK, LINK-TROUBLE on the right top and the individual information for mode (action mode), communication (sending/receiving status), error with registration list no. If selecting the High-speed Link information monitor as shown on the above figure, the High-speed Link parameter and information set by the user will be monitored together. And it is available to monitor the High-speed Link status with I/O data as the individual information setting value is monitored together. 5 -28 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.5.2 High-speed Link Parameter Setting in KGLWIN Profibus-DP master for MASTER-K also uses SyCon for the Configuration setting and the setting method is the same as that of GLOFA-GM. In case of MASTER-K, it should be required to set the High-speed Link parameter after downloading the Configuration to the master module and the High-speed Link parameter selects the parameter from KGLWIN project screen and set the corresponding item. The setting order and the function per item are as follows. 1) High-speed Link parameter setting in KGLWIN If selecting ‘parameter’ from the following project basic screen, the High-speed Link parameter basic screen will appear and you can select the corresponding item. 2) High-speed Link parameter selection (1) Setting method Select the corresponding parameter from the basic screen as shown on the figure below and enter into the parameter setting. ? ? ? ? Sets the link enable. ? Sets the base No. and the ? If parameter window is slot No. that the current open, press “Link 1” and enter into the High-speed master module link parameter setting. is installed, and Pnet. 5-29 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication The High-speed Link item tab of the above figure means max. installation number of communication module according to PLC CPU type. The High-speed Link button as much as the available setting number shall be active and in this case, the High-speed Link no. is not related to the installed slot no. and the slot no. shall be set in the individual parameter setting screen and only one High-speed Link parameter is available to set for one communication module. The following table shows the communication model available to install per MASTER-K CPU model and max. installation number. Max. installation number per MASTER-K CPU model Available communication Classification Max. installation number Remarks module K1000S CPU G3L-PUEA, G3L-PUEB 4 - K300S CPU G4L-PUEA, G4L-PUEB 2 /4 (Above version 3.0) K200S CPU G6L-PUEA, G6L-PUEB 2 * If combined with other communication module using the High-speed Link, the installation number shall be limited. ? Link: This is the item to allow the High-speed Link and the initial value is prohibited and it is required to set ‘enable’ to execute the High-speed Link. ? Self station no. : Master module is set in SyCon and the slave module is set as rotary switch. It is not available to change here. ? Base: It sets the base position that the communication module to set is installed. ? Slot: It sets the position that the communication module to set is installed. (0 ~ 7 slot). ? Type: It sets the type of the installed communication module and sets the Pnet. 3) Parameter setting and modification If you double-click the corresponding parameter from the parameter setting basic screen as shown on the figure below, the High-speed Link parameter setting screen will appear. ? Area: When sending, set the area to read the data to send and set the storage area of the received data when receiving. ? Size: This means the data size to send/receive and the unit is 1 byte and it is available to set total sending/receiving as 1Kbytes for G3/4/6L-PUEA and 7Kbytes for G3/4/6L-PUEB 5 -30 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication Remark 1) The size of sending/receiving area is the total I/O contact number made in SyCon. 2) The order of setting is carried out as G4L-PUEA 1 and GPL-TR2A(16 points), GPL-TR4A(32 points), GPL-D22A(16 points) and when setting sending area as P000, the receiving area as P010, Sending area : P000 Receiving area : P010 Size of sending area : 6 bytes(total output contact number) Size of receiving area : 2 bytes(total input contact number), And, P000 data -> GPL-TR2A output P001~P002 data -> GPL-TR4A output GPL-D22A input -> P010 saving. 3) The setting order programmed in SyCon has the priority when sending/receiving the data than station no. and cable connection. 5-31 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.5.3 High Speed Link Setting in XG-PD 1) Operation sequence of High-speed link No. S/W applied Operation Details Execute dedicated For XGL-PMEA, execute SyCon and for XGL-PMEC, execute 1 configuration tool PROFICON Refer to Chapter 6 SyCon Setting (XGL-PMEA) or Chapter 7 2 Set network Configuration SyCon or PROFICON setting (XGL-PMEC) PROFICON Connect to communication Refer to Chapter 6 SyCon Setting (XGL-PMEA) or Chapter 7 3 port PROFICON setting (XGL-PMEC) Download network Refer to Chapter 6 SyCon Setting (XGL-PMEA) or Chapter 7 4 Configuration PROFICON setting (XGL-PMEC) 5 Execute XG-PD XG5000 Tool Network Manager File New file 6 Create new file Set project name and project type Select applicable connection driver through XG-PD Online 7 Set XG-PD connection Connect. 8 Connect to XG-PD XG-PD Online Connect 9 IO Information Read XG-PD Online Read IO Information Define High-speed link 10 Select “High-speed Link” on the XG-PD screen project Select one among “High-speed link 1” ~ ”High-speed link 12” XG-PD Set communication module 11 and double-click it to specify module type, base No., slot No. and communication period and period type Double-click the created “Block” and click 12 Upload SyCon Online SyCon Upload on the “High-speed Link” screen Double-click the cell on the “High-speed Link” screen High-speed Link Block 13 1) For Send : specify Read area (CPU area) Setting 2) For Receive : specify Save area (CPU area) High-speed Link Parameters Online Write Parameter: check applicable High-speed link 14 Write so to write 15 High-speed Link Enable Online Enable Link: enable applicable High-speed link Operation sequence of High-speed link 5 -32 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 2) High Speed Link Parameter Setting High-speed link parameter setting is set in High-speed link screen in XG-PD. (1) Execution of XG-PD and creation of new file If XG-PD is executed firstly, the menu is as shown below. XG-PD is executed ‘Tools’ ‘Network Manager’ or click the icon of XG-PD in XG5000. Basic screen of XG-PD Item Contents Remark Project name Input project name on XG-PD - File location Directory where project will be saved - PLC series Select XGK or XGI - CPU kind Select CPU kind - Project comment Input project comment - (2) Setting of XG-PD connection It designates the way of XG-PD connection with CPU. “Online” “Connection Settings” Connection settings 5-33 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication Items Description Connection method RS-232C, USB Connection Local/Remote connection setting option settings Connection steps Local: Connection of from PC to CPU Remote: Connection from PC to CPU via communication module Timeout time when 1~9 seconds communication failure Common Retried number when 1~9 times communication failure Setting of connection option (3) XG-PD connection XG-PD is connected to CPU by “Online” “Connect”. (4) Read I/O information Select “Online” “Read IO Information” to read modules installed on the base. Surely execute “Read IO Information” for High-speed link setting. (5) High-speed link project Initial screen of High-speed Link Setting 5 -34 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (6) Communication module and Communication period setting If double-click the High-speed link, screen of Communication module settings and Communication cycle settings is opened. In this screen, communication module, communication and Output data setup in case of emergency settings period can be specified. High Speed Link setting initial screen Items Description Module Setting of communication module installed type Applicable module: FENet, FDEnet, Dnet, Rnet, Pnet Communication Setting of base position installed (Maximum 7 bases allowed) Base No. module settings Range of Setting: 0 ~ 7 Setting of slot position installed (Maximum 12 slots allowed) Slot No. Range of Setting: 0 ~ 11 - It is set to transmit the data time every period. - Range of setting: 20?, 50?, 100?, 200?, 500?, 1s, 5s, 10s Communication ( default is 20?) Period type period settings - But Receive data will be updated data in every scan regardless of communication period. - Communication period will be applied to all of the Send/Receive blocks. CPU error Output data setup in - Data is latched or cleared when CPU is on Error. case of emergency settings CPU stop - Data is latched or cleared when CPU is Stop. Setting of communication module 5-35 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (7) SyCon Upload After “Setting of communication module and communication period” is complete, click the mouse cursor positioned on High-speed link window (right screen of XG-PD), and select “Online” “SyCon Upload” to upload SyCon’s configuration file. (8) Setting of High-speed link block Double-click the applicable index number of Configuration file uploaded and designates the ‘Read area’ and ‘Save area’ of Send/Receive. Setting of High-speed link block Classification Details Master Display the Master station no. Station No. Setting range for the slave : 0 ~ 126 Station No. *1 If identical station No. is set, communication will not be normal. Sending: Transmission the data from master module to slave module. Mode *1 Receiving: Transmission the data from slave module to master module. Area to set the start address of device used for Sending. Read area XGK Setting device : P, M, K, F, T, C, U, Z, L, N, D, R, ZR (Master module › Area to set the start address of device used for Sending. XGI Slave module) Setting device : A, M, I, Q, R, W, F, K, L, N, U Area to set the start address of device used for Receiving. Save area XGK Setting device : P, M, K, F, T, C, U, Z, L, N, D, R, ZR (Slave module › Area to set the start address of device used for Receiving. XGI Master module) Setting device : A, M, I, Q, R, W, F, K, L, N, U Send data Display input/output points of slave module by the bytes. Receive data - In case of I/O module of 8 bits or less, please set 1 byte. (Byte) *1 : Area is not able to set Setting of High-speed link block 5 -36 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (9) Write the High-speed link parameter Click “Online” “Write Parameters” in XG-PD, check the applicable High-speed link and then click [OK]. Screen of Write the parameter 5-37 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication (10) Enable of High-speed link Click “Online” “Link Enable” in XG-PD, check the applicable High-speed link and then click [Write]. If High- speed link is enabled, on the module’s LED display High-speed LED will be On, when High-speed link starts. Screen of Link Enable 5 -38 Chapter 5 Profibus-DP Communication 5.5.4 How to set GSD and downloading procedure 1) Download expansion I/O module and Pnet remote I/O module information through GSD file 2) Read the GSD file where information of our digital or analog I/O module is descried through the configuration tool supporting Pnet configuration 3) The user can modify the parameter through configuration tool. - A developer should describe it in the GSD. 4) After completing the setting, download information to Pnet master module 5) Master establish communication with Pnet remote I/F module and check information of expansion I/O modules based on the downloaded information 5-39 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 6.1 Installation 6.1.1 Installation Environment This machine has a high reliability regardless of the environment to install. But cares should be taken to secure the reliability and the safety as follows. 1) Environment Condition (1) Install it to a water-proof and dust-proof control panel. (2) Do not apply continuous impact or vibration. (3) Do not expose it directly to direct rays. (4) No dew by sudden change of temperature. (5) Do not exceed surrounding temperature 0~55 °C. (6) Do not exceed relative humidity 5 ~ 95% . (7) No corrosive gas or combustible gas. 2) Installation Construction (1) When working the screw hole and the wiring, it is not allowed to put the wire remnants into the PLC. (2) The installation location should be the place to operate. (3) Do not install it on the same panel as the high voltage machine. (4) The distance between wiring duct and the surrounding module should be at least 50mm apart. (5) The grounding should be done on a good place free from noise. 3) Radiation Design of Control Panel (1) When installing the PLC in the sealed control panel, the radiation design should be done considering the radiation of other machine as well as the radiation of PLC itself. When circulating the air using the vent or the general fan, it may effect the PLC system due to the inflow of gas or dust. (2) It is recommended to install the filter or use the sealed type thermal exchanger. 6-1 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 6.1.2 Notices in installing Profibus-DP module Profibus-DP Smart I/O can set max. 126 stations. (including master) But forXGL-PSRA, station number 0~99 is available.. (1) Check the basic factors necessary for the system configuration and select the proper communication module. (2) Prepare the cable and accessories such as tab, terminal resistance etc. to be used for this communication. (3) The station no. of all other stations including this module should be different. If connecting with double station no., it may cause the communication error. (4) In case of operating with normal communication, the mode switch of master module should be at RUN mode. If changing the mode switch of master module in the status that other stations are in communication, it may cause significant communication obstacle with other stations. So, special cares are needed. (5) For communication cable, the designated standard cable should be used. If not, it may cause significant communication obstacle. (6) Check if the communication cable is cut off or short-circuited before installation. (7) Tighten the communication cable connector completely and fix the cable connection tightly. If cable connection is not complete, it may cause significant communication obstacle. (8) If the communication cable is twisted or the cable is not connected properly, it may cause communication error. (9) In case of connecting the long distance communication cable, the wiring should be done far from the power line or inductive noise. (10) If LED action is abnormal, check the trouble causes referring to this manual Chapter 11. “Trouble Shooting”. If the problem repeats after taking the action, contact customer service center. (11) Install this communication module in the status that PLC power is ‘OFF’. (12) After finishing the communication cable connection, put the power ON and check the normal action in the LED action status. If it is normal, download the corresponding program into GMWIN for GLOFA series and into KGLWIN for MASTER-K series and run the program. 6-2 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 6.1.3 Notices in Handling Here it describes notices in handling from the opening of each unit and module to the installation. • Do not drop or apply the strong impact. • Do not remove the PCB from the case. It may cause failure. • Cares should be taken not to make foreign materials such as the wire remnants etc. enter the unit when wiring. If entered, remove them before applying power. 1) Notices in handling the product Here it describes the notices in handling and installing the basic unit and the extended module. (1) Recheck the I/O standard specification Input part should pay attention to the input voltage and in case of output part, if applying the voltage exceeding max. capacity to Open/Close, it may cause failure, breakage and fire. (2) Use Wire The wire should be selected considering the ambient temperature, allowable current and the min. spec. of the wire should be 2 more than AWG24(0.18mm ). (3) Environment When I/O wiring, if it is close to heat generating machine or material or if the wiring is contacted directly to oil for long time, it may cause short-circuit, breakage and failure. (4) Polarity Check the polarity before applying power to the terminal block that has the polarity. Special cares should be taken not to wire AC input power to DC24V external power supply terminal on the edge of basic unit input part. In case of DeviceNet, 24V power enters into the communication cable together and it is not necessary to wire separately. (5) Wiring • When wiring the I/O line with high voltage cable and the power cable together, induction obstacle occurs this may cause the failure and malfunction. • It is not allowed to pass the cable in front of I/O action indication part (LED). (because it prevents from distinguishing the I/O indication.) • In case the inductive load is connected to the output part, please connect the surge killer or diode to the load in parallel. Connect the cathode of diode to the ‘+’ side of the power. 6-3 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring OUT Induction load Output Surge killer COM Induction load OUT + - Output Diode COM (6) Terminal block When wiring terminal block or making screw hole, cares should be taken not to make the wire remnants enter the PLC. It may cause malfunction and failure. (7) Except for the mentioned above, do not apply strong impact to the basic or extended unit or remove the PCB from the case. 6-4 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 2) Notices in installation Here it describes the notices in attaching the PLC to the control panel. (1) Sufficient distance is required to have well-ventilated room and facilitate the exchange of the basic unit and the extended module. Especially, for the periodical exchange of battery (3 years), please separate the left side of the basic unit and the control panel for at least 100mm. (2) For the max. radiation effect, it is required to install it as shown on the figure below. 100mm (3) Use different panel for large sized electronic contactor or vibration source such as no-fuse breaker etc. and install separately. (4) Install the duct for wiring if necessary. But, if the dimension of upper part or lower part of PLC is smaller than the figure below, please pay attention to the following. • In case of installing on the upper PLC, the height of wiring duct should be less than 50mm for good ventilation. • In case of installing on the lower PLC, please consider minimum radius of the cable. 6-5 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring (5) In case the equipment is installed in front of the PLC (inside the door) to avoid the effect of radiant noise or the heat, it is required to separate it more than 100mm and be install. And the left/right direction of the unit and the equipment should be separated more than 100mm and installed. 80mm or above 80mm or above Other machine High Radiator voltage 100mm above device PLC attaching 6-6 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 6.2 Wiring Describes the notices related to the wiring in case of using the system 6.2.1 Power Wiring 1) For power, please use DC 24V power supply. 2) If the power variation is larger than the regular range, please connect a constant voltage transformer. 3) In order to prevent the noise from the power cable, it is required to twist the power cable densely if possible, and connect within the shortest distance. Remote module Constant voltage transformer AC power 4) Connect power of which the noise between lines or between grounds is small. (If there is much noise, please connect the insulation transformer.) 5) For PLC power, I/O machine and power machine, it is required to divide the system as follows. PLC power Main power Power T1 PLC I/O power T2 I/O machine Main circuit machine Mai n circuit machine ? T1,T2: Constant voltage transformer 6-7 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 2 6) For the power cable, it is required to use a thick one (2mm ) to make the small falling down of the voltage. 7) The power DC24V cable is not allowed to approach closely to the main circuit (high voltage, convection current) cable, I/O signal cable and needs to separate more than 80mm apart. 8) Please use the surge absorber to prevent the lightning as shown on the below. PLC E1 E2 Surge absorber for lightning Remark 1) Separate the earth (E1) of the surge absorber for lightning and the earth (E2) of PLC. 2) Select the surge absorber for lightning so that it does not exceed max. allowable voltage of the absorber even when the power voltage is rising maximum. 9) When you are afraid of the invasion of the noise, please use the insulation sealed transformer or the noise filter. 10) In case of the wiring of each input resource, the wiring of the sealed transformer or the wiring of the noise filter is not allowed to pass the duct. 6-8 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 6.2.2 I/O Device Wiring 2 2 1) The spec. of I/O wiring cable is 0.18~2 mm and it is recommended to use the cable spec. (0.5mm ) conveniently. 2) Input cable and output cable should be separated for wiring. 3) I/O signal cable should be separated at least 80mm from main circuit cable of high voltage, high current when wiring. 4) In case it is not available to separate the main circuit cable and the power cable, please use the shielded cable and earth the PLC. PLC Shielded cable Input Output RA DC 5) In case of pipe wiring, make sure of the pipe and then ground it. 6) DC24V output cable should be separated from AC110V cable and AC220V cable. 7) In case of wiring the long distance more than 200m, the error occurs according to the leakage current caused by the interline capacity. 6.2.3 Grounding Wiring 1) As this PLC carries out sufficient noise policy, it is available to use without grounding except the case where there is much noise. But, when grounding, please refer to the following notices. 2) When grounding, please use the exclusive grounding if possible. rd For he grounding construction, please use the 3 class grounding (grounding resistance less than 80 ? ). 3) If not available to use the exclusive grounding, please use the common grounding as shown on the figure (B). Other machine PLC Other machine Other machine PLC PLC (A) (B) (C) (A) exclusive grounding: Excellent (B) common grounding: Good (C) common grounding : Bad 6-9 Chapter 6 Installation and Wiring 2 4) Please use the electric wire for grounding more than 2 mm . Place the grounding point near this PLC if possible and shorten the length of the grounding cable. When connecting the extended base, please connect the extended connector accurately. Do not remove the PCB from the module case and modify the module. When attaching/removing the module, the power should be OFF. Use the cellular phone or radio phone apart more than 30mm from the product. I/O signal cable and communication cable should be at least 10cm apart from the high voltage cable or the power cable to avoid the effect caused by the noise or the change of magnetic filed. 6.2.4 Cable Specification for Wiring The Cable specification to be used for the wiring is as follows 2 Cable spec.(mm ) External connection type Low limit High limit Digital input 0.18 (AWG24) 1.5 (AWG16) Digital output 0.18 (AWG24) 2.0 (AWG14) Analog I/O 0.18 (AWG24) 1.5 (AWG16) Communication 0.18 (AWG24) 1.5 (AWG16) Main power resource 1.5 (AWG16) 2.5 (AWG12) Protection grounding 1.5 (AWG16) 2.5 (AWG12) For the power and I/O wiring for Smart I/O, it is required to use the compressed terminal. • Use ‘M3’ type screw for the terminal. • Tighten the terminal screw with 6 ~ 9 kg·cm torque. • Use the fork type screw for the compressed terminal. Example of the proper compressed terminal (fork type) Less than 6.2mm 6-1 0 Chapter 7 Maintenance and Repair Chapter 7 Maintenance and Repair To maintain the PLC in optimal status, please carry out daily check and regular check. 7.1 Repair and Check I/O module is usually composed of semiconductor microelectronic device and the life is semi- permanent. As the microelectronic device may occur the error caused by the ambient environment, it is required to check it periodically. The following are items to be checked 1~2 times every 6 months. Check items Judgment basis Action Temperature 0 ~ +55 °C Control the use temperature and the use humidity. Ambient Humidity 5 ~ 95%RH environ- Use the dust-proof rubber or take the vibration ment Vibration No vibration protection policy. Shaking of each unit and No shake Make all unit and module not to be shaker module Terminal screw loosened. No loosening Tighten the loosened screw. Input voltage change rate Within -15%/+10% Maintain the change rate within the allowable range. Check if the quantity of spare part and the Make up insufficient and improve the preservation Spare parts preservation status is status. good. 7-1 Chapter 7 Maintenance and Repair 7.2 Daily Check Daily check point for Pnet remote I/F module is as follows. 1) Daily check for Profibus-DP module Checking items Description Judgment basis Action Cable connection status Cable loosening No loosening Tighten the cable Module connection Screw loosening No loosening Tighten the module screw. status Module operates normally RUN LED Check ‘ON’ Refer to Chapter 3. (normal operation of system OS) Power and communication P-N LED Check ‘ON’ Refer to Chapter 3. normal Indication LED STATUS Expansion I/O module information Check ‘ON’ Refer to Chapter 3. LED match Module detached, invalid module ERR LED Check ‘ON’ installed, Out of I/O data range, Refer to Chapter 3. I/O parameter error 7- 2 Chapter 7 Maintenance and Repair 7.3 Regular Check Check the following items 1~2 times every 6 months and take the necessary actions. Checking items Checking method Judgment basis Action Temperature Adjust suitable for general 0 ~ 55? Measure by standard (in case of using in thermometer/hygrometer. Humidity 5 ~ 95%RH Ambient the area, apply the environment Measure the corrosive environment basis in the Pollution No corrosive gas gas. area) Loosening, Shake the Tightening status Tighten the screw. shaking communication module. Module status Dust, foreign Macrography No adding material adding Terminal screw Tightening by the driver No loosening Tightening loosened Pressed terminal Connection Macrography Proper interval Correction approach status Connector Connector correction Macrography No loosening loosened. Screw tightening Voltage measure Power voltage check DC 20.4 ~ 28.8V Power supply change between terminals 7-3 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting Here it describes the contents of each error to be occurred while operating the system, the method to find the cause and the action. 8.1 Basic Procedure of Trouble Shooting It is important to use high reliable machine to increase the system reliability but it is important to take prompt action when trouble occurs as well. To start the system promptly, it is more important to find the trouble occurring cause promptly and take the necessary action. The basic items to comply when taking this trouble shooting are as follows. 1) Check with the naked eye Check the following items with the naked eye. • Machine action status (stop, action) • Power appliance status • I/O machine status • Wiring status (I/O cable, extended or communication cable) • Check the indication status of each indicator (RUN, ERR, P-RUN, STATUS LED, I/O LED etc.) and connect the peripheral device and then check the PLC action status or the program contents. 2) Check the trouble Examine how the trouble is changed by the following action. • Connect or disconnect. communication cable 3) Limit range Estimate the cause of trouble using the above method. • Is it the cause from PLC itself? Or external cause? • Is it the cause from I/O part? Or other cause? • Is it the cause from PLC program? 8-1 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2 Trouble Shooting Here it describes the trouble finding method, the error code and the actions on the above by dividing them per phenomenon. Description of Trouble Action method when POWER LED is OFF. When POWER LED is OFF Action method when ERR LED is on. When ERR LED is ON Action method in case of abnormal operation of I/O In case of abnormal part operation I/O part Action method when program write does not work. When program write does not work 8-2 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.1 Action method when RUN LED is OFF Here it describes the action order when RUN LED is OFF while applying the power or during the operation. RUN LED is OFF Supply the power. No Is the power being supplied? Ye s No Ye s Is RUN LED ‘ON’? Ye s Meet the supply power within the No Is the power voltage within regular range. the allowable range? No Ye s Is RUN LED ‘ON’? No Is the power cable Connect power cable completely. connected well? Yes 1) Check the current capacity and Is the over current reduce the over current.. No protection acting? 2) After input power OFF, then power ON. No Ye s Is RUN LED Ye s ‘ON’? After writing the trouble shooting questionnaire, contact the End customer center 8-3 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.2 Action method when ERR LED is ON Here it describes the action order when ERR LED is on in case of power input, or when operation starts, or during operation. ERR LED is on Connect expansion adapter program and check the error code contents. Ye s Refer to error code table in Is it module appendix and take the action. mismatch error? No Ye s Is ERR LED still on? No After writing the trouble shooting questionnaire, contact End the customer center. 8-4 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.3 Action method when I/O part does not work normally. Here it describes the action order when I/O part does not work normally during operation, as shown on the program example below. When I/O part does not work normally, No Is ou tput LED of SOL1 ‘ON’? Ye s Measure SOL1 terminal Make the correct wiring. Change the connector of Monitor SOL1 status voltage by the tester. terminal stand. by GMWIN. No No No Is the contact status of Is it normal? Is the output wiring Is the measured value terminal block connector correct? normal? Ye s No good? Ye s Ye s Ye s After removing the external wiring, check the connectivity status of output part. No Ye s Is it normal? Continue Check the output Change the unit. Machine (SOL1) status. 8-5 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting Co ntinue No Is SWITCH1, 2 LED ‘ON’? Ye s Measure the terminal Measure the terminal voltage of SWITCH1, 2 by voltage of SWITCH1, 2 by the tester. the tester. Ye s Is the tightening status of Is th e measured value Is the measured value terminal good? normal? normal? No No No Ye s Ye s Ye s Is input wiring correct? Is the contact status of terminal block connector No good? After removing the external No wiring, check the input status by the forced input. Make the correct Tighten the terminal Change the terminal Is the measured value wiring. screw completely. block connector. normal? No Ye s Change the unit. Check the input machine Change the unit. Check all from the (SWITCH1, 2). beginning again. 8-6 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.4 Action method when Program Write does not work Here it describes the action order when Program write does not work in the Master CPU. Program write does not work Put the key switch to remote No Is the key switch set as remote STOP mode and run Program STOP mode? Write. Ye s Ye s After reading the error code by using Is ERR LED blinking? the peripherals, correct it according to the contents. End 8-7 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.5 SyCon connection error SyCon connection error SyCon connection error No Is serial port set properly? Set serial port properly Set serial port properly Is serial port set properly? Yes Yes Close other program which is using Close other program which is using Is each serial port used by other program? Is each serial port used by other program? Serial port and try to connect again Serial port and try to connect again No No Do you supply power to module? Supply power to module Do you supply power to module? Supply power to module Yes No Does module stick to slot strongly? Does module stick to slot strongly? Stick module to slot strongly Stick module to slot strongly Yes No Does serial cable have problem? Check serial cable Does serial cable have problem? Check serial cable Yes No Is operating environment proper? Install it in the proper environment Is operating environment proper? Install it in the proper environment Yes Contact to A/S center Contact to A/S center 8-8 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.6 XG-PD connection error XG-PD connection error XG-PD connection error No Is each serial port set properly? Set serial port properly Is each serial port set properly? Set serial port properly Yes Close other program which is using Yes Close other program which is using Is each serial port used by other program? the serial port and try connecting again Is each serial port used by other program? the serial port and try connecting again No No Does you supply power to module? Supply power to module Does you supply power to module? Supply power to module Yes No Does CPU have error? Check the CPU module’s error Does CPU have error? Check the CPU module’s error Yes No Does serial cable have problem? Check the serial cable Does serial cable have problem? Check the serial cable Yes No Is operating environment proper? Install it in the proper environment Is operating environment proper? Install it in the proper environment Yes Contact to A/S center Contact to A/S center 8-9 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.7 Communication error with slave Communication error with slave Communication error with slave No Is HSL parameter setting proper? Check HSL parameter Is HSL parameter setting proper? Check HSL parameter Yes No Do you supply power to Check the power of slave Do you supply power to Check the power of slave slave and master module? and master module and master module slave and master module? Yes No Check the slave module station Check the slave module station Is slave station No. setting overlapped? Is slave station No. setting overlapped? No. and SyCon station No. No. and SyCon station No. Yes No Does cable connection have error? Check the cable connection part Does cable connection have error? Check the cable connection part Yes No Stick terminal resistor (121?) Stick terminal resistor (121?) Does cable terminal have terminal resistor? Does cable terminal have terminal resistor? to edge of truck line to edge of truck line Yes No Do you use standard cable and length? Check the standard cable and length Do you use standard cable and length? Check the standard cable and length Yes No Do you use combined cable Use standard individual cable Do you use combined cable Use standard individual cable Yes Contact A/S center Contact A/S center 8-1 0 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.8 Analog Module’s Channel Error Diagnosis Function 1) Pnet remote I/F module can check the internal address or U device area of special module and diagnose error status by using Refresh access function of BPMC after processing I/O data. 2) For our analog I/O module, it can detect the disconnection information and error type of analog I/O module 3) If it finds the error, it sends the special frame (refer to S/W detailed design) for diagnosis to master. 4) In diagnosis process, in case Diagnosis Request frame of master occurs, it creates the frame based on standard diagnosis frame structure and sends it to master. th 5) Example of diagnosis when disconnection occurs at CH7, 8 of AV8A analog input module installed at 6 slot during data communication. (Channel diagnosis is supported at XGL-PMEC and PROFICON) (1) To check diagnosis status information, go into DEBUG mode. 8-11 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting (2) You can check the DEBUG mode status at right-top of screen. If here is no error information on analog input module channel of expansion base, no message appears at XGL-PSRA. This means normal communication status th (3) If disconnection occurs at CH7, 8 of AV8A analog input module installed at 6 slot, icon “DIAG” flickers at PSRA 8-1 2 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting (4) For detailed channel diagnosis message, double-click PSRA. Then, diagnosis data related with channel appears. This data is displayed in accordance with protocol of standard Pnet diagnosis code. (5) Since one channel has 3 byte size, in the above case, it means error occurs at two channels. In the following information, meaning of the code is displayed in accordance with Pnet protocol standard. 8-13 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 6) Limit on channel diagnosis (1) For channel diagnosis, up to 20 are supported simultaneously. If diagnosis more than 20 occurs, the recently occurred diagnosis message is displayed first. But in case of module detachment error (while Hot-Swap switch is not on), up to 19 channel diagnosis message are supported. (2) The modules supporting channel diagnosis are as follows. And diagnosis function is supported when input current and voltage range are as follows. You can set this when writing parameter on analog input module through USB. - XGF-AD4S, XGF-AV8A, XGF-AC8A, XGF-AD16A - Input current and voltage range: 1 ~ 5V, 4 ~ 20mA 7) Cancel diagnosis status (1) If you check the channel where “Diag” status occurs and solve the problem, “Diag” icon disappears at PROFICON diagnosis mode. And executes data communication. 8) Report module detachment status (1) If module is detached while module change switch is not on, PSRA reports this to master with diagnosis message. At this time, if channel diagnosis occurs simultaneously, channel diagnosis information is displayed together. In case of module detachment error, you should reset PSRA for normal operation. If module is detached while module change switch is on, diagnosis message doesn’t appear and normal data communication is executed. (2) When module detachment and channel diagnosis occur simultaneously th th When module in 12 slot is detached and disconnection occurs at CH8 of 6 AV8A, diagnosis mode of PROFICON displays all two information. But it can’t return to data communication mode. For return, you should reset PSRA. 8-1 4 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting Module detachment message appears with channel disconnection information as figure above 9) PROFIBUNS standard diagnosis protocol Here it describes Pnet standard channel diagnosis code with example where disconnection occurs at CH7 of AV8A. Allocating 3 byte channel diagnosis code per channel is regulation in standard. Each byte has the following meaning. th Means disconnection occurred at 6 slot analog input module Corresponding to 8, it means upper two bits are 11 This is header meaning this diagnostic information is channel related information 8-15 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting Means diagnostic information occurred. Means it is analog input module Channel disconnection string message Means one channel is 1 word If several channel diagnosis occurs, 3 byte diagnostic information as many as channel diagnosis count appear. The following is case disconnection appears at CH6, 7, 8 of 6th slot analog input module. 8-1 6 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 10) Module detachment diagnostic message Error information of module operates as Pnet standard id diagnosis message. Now, ID diagnosis data field consists of 3 byte. First byte means it is ID diagnosis field. Second and third bytes mean the slot number of module where diagnosis occurs. Configuration of 3 byte is as follows. 0100 0011 th th Second byte: means from 0 slot to 7 slot th th Third byte: means from 8 slot to 12 slot th th (1) PSRA supports both channel and ID diagnostic message. We assume that module detachment occurs at 11 and 12 th slot and channel disconnection occurs at CH8 of 6 slot analog module. In normal data communication status, no message appears as figure above. If situation described above occurs, diagnostic message is displayed as follows. In case of module detachment, you should reset PSRA to return to data communication status. If you detach module by using module change switch, it is not considered as diagnostic message. 8-17 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting If we analyze the data in module diagnostic data area in accordance with Pnet standard, it is as follows. Specific message is displayed under that. nd Module has been detached at 2 slot. 8-1 8 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting th Module has been detached at 11, 12 slot. th The above figure means 2, 11, 12 slot module is detached. 8-19 Chapter 8 Trouble Shooting 8.2.9 Trouble Shooting Questionnaire If the trouble occurs when using Pnet remote I/O module, fill in the following questionnaire and contact to the customer center by phone or by fax. In case of error related to special and communication module, use the questionnaire added to the user’s manual of the corresponding product 1. User contact point : TEL.) FAX) 2. Model : ( ) 3. 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