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    --------------------İS7 Serisi CANopen Modülü Manuel.pdf-----------------
    User Manual SV-iS7 RNet Manual Option board SV-iS7 - Be sure to read “Safety Instructions” before using for the proper use. - Keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference. 1 Before using the product, thank you for purchasing SV-iS7 CANopen option board. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Always follow safety instructions to prevent accidents and potential hazards from occurring. Safety precautions are classified into “WARNING” and “CAUTION” and their meanings are as follows: Improper operation may result in serious personal injury or WARNING death. Improper operation may result in slight to medium personal CAUTION injury or property damage. The indicated illustrations on the product and in the manual have the following meanings. Danger may be present. Read the message and follow the instructions carefully. Particular attention should be paid because danger of an electric shock may be present. Keep operating instructions handy for quick reference. Read the operating instructions carefully to fully understand the functions of the SV-iP5A series and to use it properly. CAUTION Be cautious, when handling the CMOS components of the Option Board. Static may lead to malfunctioning of the product. Turn off the inverter power, when changing the communication cable. Otherwise, you may damage the board or a communication error may occur. Make sure to insert the Option Board connector to the inverter precisely. Otherwise, you may damage the board or a communication error may occur. Check the parameter unit before setting up the parameter. Otherwise, a communication error may occur. SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 1. Introduction 1.1 What is CANopen? The CANopen is a Fieldbus using the CAN (Controller Area Network) specified by the CiA (CAN in Automation) Association. Currently, the CANopen is used in machine control, medical equipments, autos, and building automation. 1.2 What are the Benefits of Using the CANopen Option Board? Inverters can be monitored and controlled by PLC sequence program or any master module. Multiple inverters can be connected with a single communication line, saving the installation cost. Simple and clean wiring makes installation and maintenance works much easier and faster. Various peripheral devices of PLC can be used to control inverters. Various systems including PCs can be linked for plant automation. 1.3 Components The option board is comprised with following components; -. CANopen Communication Card: 1 ea -. CANopen User Manual: 1 ea -. Fixing Screw (M3): 1 ea -. Terminal resistance (120 ?, 1/2W): 1 ea 1 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 2. SV-iS7 CANopen Communication Option 2.1 General Specification of CANopen Communication Card Items Description Power supply of Power CANopen Supplied from inverter. Supply communication card Network Topology Bus Topology Communication BaudRate 20kbps, 50kbps, 100kbps, 125kbps, 250kbps, 500kbps, 800kbps, 1Mkbps Max. number of Node 64 ea (Including Master) With 1 Master connected to network, the maximum number of inverter nodes is 63 (64-1). Device Type AC Drive Supported Communication Type PDO, SDO, Sync, NMT Terminal Resistance 120 ohm 1/2W Lead Type PDO1 (CiA 402 Drive and Motion Control device profile) Available PDO PDO3 (LS Profile) Vender Name 0x7D (LSIS) PDO Mapping N/A Group Messaging N/A LSS Supported N/A 2 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 2.2 External Appearance of Communication Card Installation Precautions for Installation) Do not install or remove the CANopen communication card while the power supply of the equipment is ON. Otherwise, both the CANopen communication card and the inverter may be damaged. Install or remove the CANopen communication card when the condenser of the inverter has been fully discharged. 3 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Do not change the connection of communication signal wire while the inverter power is on. Make sure that the inverter terminal and the connector of the option board are in agreement. When building a network, make sure to connect the terminal resistance to the CANopen communication card at the end position. The terminating resistor, a 120 ohm 1/2W resistor, should connect the CAN_L and CAN_H. 2.3 Maximum Communication Range according to Baud Rate In a network system, the total length of the network line is determined by the baud rate. The performance of the communication farther than this distance is not guaranteed. Baud Rate Bus Length Remark 1 Mbit/s 25 m - 800 Kbit/s 50 m - 500 Kbit/s 100 m - 250 Kbit/s 250 m - 125 Kbit/s 500 m - 100 Kbit/s 700 m - 50 Kbit/s 1000 m - 20 Kbit/s 2500 m - 4 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 3. Diagnosis of the Option Statuses and LED Definition 3.1 Definition of the LED Signal The CANopen communication option has 4 LEDs. LED Description When the Option card is energized and the CPU is in normal operation state, this LED CPU is turned on and off at 1 second cycle – on for 500 ms and off for 500 ms. This LED turns on if the Option parameters have been set up inappropriately, or the ERR Internal CAN communication between the inverter and the CANopen is lost. NODE This LED turns on according to the status of the current NMT (Network Management). This LED turns on or off according to the baud rate or profile set up, or communication BUS status. 3.2 Diagnosis of Option by LED Signal LED LED Signal Option Status Possible Cause Action Check inverter power supply. Failure in power supply Kept OFF No Power (5V) to the CANopen Check power supply to the CPU communication card CANopen communication card Blink at 1 sec On Power 5V power supplied Normal status intervals Kept OFF No Error Normal Option setting Normal status Blinks Internal CAN Data communication Turn the inverter power off, synchronously communication between the inverter and reinstall the Option card and turn with the CPU Error Option is lost. the power on again. ERR LED Blinks Enter a figure between 1~127, not asynchronously FBus ID ‘0’ is entered as the ID of zero, into the FBus ID, and with the CPU Setting Error the COM-7 FBus execute COM-94 Comm Update LED 5 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Run COMM Update to apply the CANopen parameter set up with The parameters for the keyboard. To maintain the Blinks at an CANopen entered using CANopen parameters, set up with interval twice as Opt Parameter keypad differ from those the previous values, or turn off ERR long as that of Setting set up in the CANopen and on the inverter power supply. the CPU LED. option card. Though the ERR LED may blink, the CANopen is driven with the previous set up values. If the NODE LED has not been turned on yet after the CANopen Option has been CANopen Not Wait until lit. If not, set the COMM Kept OFF energized, the CANopen Initial Update of the COM-94 to Yes. has not been initialized yet and is not ready for CANopen communication. If the NODE LED has been lit at least by once, CANopen the Kept OFF Normal status. NODE Stopped CANopen Master has issued a Stopped command. CANopen Blinks communication available synchronously CANopen Pre- with the Master, but the Normal status. with the CPU Operational connection with the LED Master has not been made yet. Master has been CANopen connected and Kept ON Normal status. Operational communicating with the CANopen normally. 6 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual CANopen No problem in the Kept ON Network Bus Normal status. CANopen Network. No Error Blinks The profile set up on the CANopen synchronously CANopen Master differs Check that the PDOs set up in the Profile Setting with the CPU from that set up in the Master and Option are identical. Error LED Option. Blinks at an Check that the baud rate of the PDO CANopen’s interval twice as CANopen set up in the Master Communication communication speed is long as that of and that in the Option are Not Connected different. BUS the CPU LED identical. Master has not been Check that the Master has started connected for communication. communication yet. Blinks at an PDO interval twice as Network line has not Check that Network Line has Communication long as that of been connected yet. been connected. Not Connected the CPU LED CANopen Option is Check the connection with the Bus Off Kept OFF isolated from the Network Line. Check tightness of network due to problem bolts and nuts. Turn the power on in the network. and off. 7 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 4. Data Communication Protocol of the CANopen 4.1 Communication Protocol of the CANopen 4.1.1 CAN-ID Following is the description on the ID part of the CAN frame. In the IS7 CANopen, only CAN2.0A (Standard) is supported. As the CAN2.0A is implemented, the ID comprises 11Bits. The figure below shows the configuration of the ID. The table below presents the Broadcast Function code. The table below presents the function code for peer to peer. Since only CAN2.0A is used, the PDO also is available between 1~4. Presently, the PDOs used in the CANopen Option are PDO1 (CiA402 Profile) and PDO3 (LS Profile). 8 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 4.1.2 SDO communication Regardless of the connection of the CANopen with the master, this is the protocol for the client to read or write data on the server. SDO Download means the client writing data on the server, and the SDO Upload is the client reading data from the server. 4.1.3 PDO communication According to the protocol, the only the Index and SubIndex Data which are specified to the PDO are transmitted. Though the data type of the PDO can be set up by mapping, the IS7 prohibits setting by mapping. PDO has two types which are Transmit-PDO (TPDO) and Receive-PDO (RPDO). PDO is classified into the Producer and Consumer, which are different from the server and client in the SDO communication. The Producer can be a client or a server. The Producer of the TPDO is a server and the Producer of the RPDO is a client. This is because the PDO is classified in the perspective of the server. The Consumer is the recipient of the PDO created by Producer. 4.1.3.1 Transmission modes Synchronous transmission: PDO is transmitted according to SYNC frame Event-driven transmission: PDO is transmitted by an event. 4.1.3.2 Triggering modes There are 3 trigger modes available for the generation of the event for PDO transmission. Event- and timer-driven When the preset event time is elapsed the PDO frame is transmitted automatically. Remotely requested PDO frame is transmitted when the RTR frame requesting for PDO is received. Synchronously triggered PDO frame is transmitted by the preset number of the SYNC frames. 9 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 4.2 NMT (Network Management) state machine This command is used by the master to control the slave devices in the network. The figure below shows the NMT State Diagram of a CANopen device. The above table presents the conditions for status transfer. The NMT Service means those converted by the NMT command frame. 10 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 4.2.1 NMT state initialization The Initialization also is divided into 3 modes. Initializing: the beginning status of the Option, which is the initialization stage after Power-On or H/W Reset. Reset Application: NMT requested Node Reset. The initialization is conducted according to the profile. Reset Communication: NMT requested Communication Reset, and notice the Master of boot-up via NMT frame. This state is transferred to Pre Operational automatically. 4.2.2 NMT state pre-operational Before PDO communication, the PDO information is sent by the Master to the Slave via SDO, or necessary data is read. In this state, the PDO communication is being prepared via SDO. 4.2.3 NMT state operational PDO communication is started by changing all the devices to Operation via the NMT frame. Of course, SDO communication is enabled too. 4.2.4 NMT state stopped SDO and PDO communications are stopped due to a problem in the network. However the Node Guarding and Heartbeat communication are enabled. 11 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 4.2.5 The frames enabling communication by NMT status Pre-operational Operational Stopped PDO - O - SDO O O - SYNC O O - TIME O O - EMCY O O - Node control and O O O error control * “O” mark indicates communication enabled. 4.3 Error Control Protocols These protocols are used to check normal operation of the device. Two methods are available in the CANopen; Protocol node guarding and Protocol heartbeat. 4.3.1 Protocol node guarding Master inquires the Slave for normal operation via the RTR Frame, and the Slave returns the current NMT State to the Master. The NMT status of the Slave is indicated by the value of S; -. 4: Stopped -. 5: Operational -. 127: Pre-operational 12 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual The ’t’ of the top bit is the Toggle Bit which toggles at every response of the Slave. The Master sends the RTR Frame at every preset Node guard time. If the Master fails to send RTR Frame until the expiration of the Node life time, or the Slave fails to response to the Mater until the expiration of the Node life time, a Guard Error is generated. Then, the Guard Error Event set up in each Master and Slave is executed. In the case of iS7, the CANopen NMT State is changed to Pre-operational. 4.3.2 Protocol heartbeat If the Error Control Protocol is set to Heartbeat, the MNT State information of itself is sent at the time intervals set up in the Heartbeat Producer. If the Heartbeat Producer fails to send the Heartbeat within the preset time, the Heartbeat consumer generates a Heartbeat event. The value of S represents the MNT state of the Slave; -. 4: Stopped -. 5: Operational -. 127:Pre-operational The upper ‘r’ is the reservation bit which is always zero. The IS7 CANopen informs the Consumer of the current MNT State at the time intervals set up with the Producer. Therefore, in general, the Master is the Consumer. 13 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 4.4 CANopen EDS File This file contains the parameter data of the inverter, which is used to control the parameters of the SV-iS7 via the CANopen Manager software program. To do this, you need to install the EDS file for the iS7 provided by the LS Industrial System in your PC. -. The EDS file can be downloaded from the Webpage of LS Industrial System (www.lsis.biz). -. EDS file name: LSIS_IS7_CANOPENxx.EDS LSIS_IS7_CANOPENxx.EDS should be copied into the folder where the EDS file is stored in the Master Configuration program. 14 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 5. Detailed Specification of Communication Profile Specific Objects 5.1 Device Type The SDO indicates the device type of the Option. Index 0x1000 Data type UNSIGNED32 Sub-index 0x00 Access RO (Read Only) Data 0x00010192 5.2 Error Register The information on the error of the Option. Index 0x1001 Data type UNSIGNED8 Sub-index 0x00 Access RO Bit Information Generic error 0 Current 1 Voltage 2 Temperature Data 3 Communication error (overrun, error state) 4 Device profile specific 5 reserved (always 0) 6 manufacturer-specific 7 5.3 Pre-defined Error Field The information on the current Emergency. Index 0x1003 Data type UNSIGNED32 Object code Object code Sub-index 0x00 Description Number of the occurred errors Access RW (Read/ Write) Read Number of the current emergency errors Data Write Enter “0” to rest all the emergencies 15 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Sub-index 0x01 Description Information on the last emergency Access RO The value of Error code (Refer to Error code table of Data 6.1.2.1) Sub-index 0x02~0x08 Description Information on the last emergency Access RO The value of Error code (Refer to Error code table of Data 6.1.2.1) 5.4 COB-ID SYNC Message The SDO for reading and writing the information on the CAN ID of the device that sends the SYNC Message. The Bit format is as follows; The iS7 CANopen Option only receives and does not generate SYNC, and supports Standard ID only. Therefore, both the gen and frame must be 0. Index 0x1005 Data type UNSIGNED32 Sub-index 0x00 Access RW Read COB-ID of the current SYNC setting Data Write Set up the COB-ID of SYNC 5.5 Manufacturer Device Name Name information of the CANopen Option. Index 0x1008 VISIBLE_STRING (String) Data type Sub-index 0x00 Access CONST (Read only data. Unchangeable) Data IS7 CANopen 16 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 5.6 Manufacturer Hardware Version Version data of the hardware of the Option. Index 0x1009 VISIBLE_STRING (String) Data type Sub-index 0x00 Access CONST (Read only data. Unchangeable) CANopen 1.00 Data (May differ by the hardware version of the Option) 5.7 Manufacturer Software Version Version data of the software of the Option. Index 0x100A VISIBLE_STRING (String) Data type Sub-index 0x00 Access CONST (Read only data. Unchangeable) Version 1.00 (May differ by the software version of the Data Option) 5.8 Guard Time This SDO sets the guard time when using the Node Guarding Protocol of the Error Control Protocol. Index 0x100C Data type UNSIGNED16 Sub-index 0x00 Access RW Data Guard Time, unit: msec 5.9 Life Time Factor This SDO sets the life time factor when using the Node Guarding Protocol of the Error Control Protocol. Index 0x100D Data type UNSIGNED8 Sub-index 0x00 Access RW This factor is for the calculation of the Node Life Time, Data and is zero when not using the Node Guarding Protocol. 17 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 5.10 Store Parameters This SDO saves keypad data changed by communication when power turns to off. Sub-Index 0x01, 0x02, and 0x03 are not supported. 0x04 only is supported. Index 0x1010 Data type UNSIGNED32 Sub-index 0x04 Name Save Inverter Parameters Access RW 0x0001 indicates that the data can be saved. Read 0x0000 indicates saving is not available due to inverter drive, etc. Data Write The data in above table must be transmitted to save the keypad parameters in the ROM. 5.11 COB-ID EMCY This SDO sets the CAN-ID of the Emergency Frame. In the IS7 CANopen, setting is prohibited, only reading is allowed. Index 0x1014 Data type UNSIGNED32 Sub-index 0x00 Access RW $NODEID+0x80 Data ($Node ID is the FBus ID currently set up in the Option.) 5.12 Producer Heartbeat Time This SDO indicates the time at which the Heartbeat is transmitted. Index 0x1017 Data type UNSIGNED16 Sub-index 0x00 Access RW Data Set up time in msec units. 18 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 6. Profile 6.1 CiA 402 Drive and Motion Control Device Profile Velocity Mode only is supported. 6.1.1 Finite state automation This is the state of the Option used at CiA 402. Not ready to Switch On: The hardware and Stack of CANopen are initialized in this state. Switch on disable: Current Option state is not available for Switch On. Ready to switch on: Ready to change to switch-on state anytime Switch on: Ready for Operation enable. RN command can be issued at anytime. Operation enabled: Motor is running Quick stop active: Motor is to be or has been stopped. The table below presents the action of the inverter according to status change. Transition Event Action Conduct self diagnosis and initialize 0 Automatic change parameters 1 Automatic change CANopen communication enabled 2 Change to Operation Mode None 3 On receiving Switch on command None 4 On receiving Enable Operation command Motor drive 19 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Transition Event Action The command to maintain current inverter 5 On receiving Disable Operation command status is not accepted. I.e., stop command is not accepted. If motor has been running, conduct Free 6 On receiving Shut Down command run stop 7 On receiving Disable voltage command None 8 On receiving Shut Down command Conduct Free run stop 9 On receiving Disable voltage command Conduct Free run stop On receiving Disable voltage command or 10 Conduct Free run stop Quick Stop command Reduce speed at the reducing time setup 11 On receiving Quick Stop command in the Quick Stop 12 On receiving Disable voltage command Conduct Free run stop 13 When the inverter tripped Conduct Trip sequence 14 Automatic change Conduct Trip sequence On receiving Reset command or Trip is 15 Change to Switch on disable state released 16 On receiving Enable operation command Motor runs again 6.1.2 CiA 402 SDO 6.1.2.1 Error codes (Object: 0x603F) Index: 0x603F When the inverter is tripped, this SDO is used to identify the type of the trip. The table below presents the Error code No. for response to the inverter trip. Fault Code Number Description 0x0000 None 0x1000 UNDEFINED 0x2220 Inverter OLT 0x2310 OverCurrent1 0x2330 Ground Trip 0x2340 OverCurrent2 0x3130 In Phase Open 0x3210 Over Voltage 0x3220 Low Voltage 0x4000 NTC Open 20 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Fault Code Number Description 0x4310 Over Heat 0x5000 HWDiag 0x5450 Fuse Open 0x6300 Para Write Trip 0x7001 Fan Trip 0x7011 OptionTrip1 0x7012 OptionTrip2 0x7013 OptionTrip3 0x7021 IO Board Trip 0x7022 XIO Trip 0x7120 No Motor Trip 0x7310 EncorderTrip 0x8401 Speed Dev Trip 0x8402 OverSpeed 0x9001 External Trip 0x9002 BX 0xFF01 Ethermal 0xFF03 Out Phase Open 0xFF04 Over Load 0xFF05 Under Load 0xFF06 Thermal Trip 0xFF07 Pre PID Fail 0xFF0A Lost Command 0xFF0B Lost Keypad 6.1.2.2 Control word (Object: 0x6040) Index: 0x6040 The Bit composition below presents the bit command of the Control Word. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 nu nu nu nu nu r nu h fr rr ur er eo qs ev so so: Switch on ev: Enable Voltage qs: Quick stop eo: Enable operation er: Enable ramp 21 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual ur: Unlock ramp rr: Reference ramp fr: Fault reset h: halt r: reserved nu: Not used The bits between 4bit and 7bit are command bits which run in Operation Mode. The table below presents the commanding method in the FSA state described in 5.1.1. The figure in the Transitions is the numbers of the inverter action table described in 5.1.1. Followings are the command bits used in Enable Operation. Bit Value Description 0 Maintain previous operational state 4 (Enable Ramp) 1 Operate inverter by command bit 0 Holds output frequency 5 (Unlock Ramp) 1 Drive up to the target frequency 0 Enter zero in the target frequency 6 (Reference Ramp) 1 Enter setting value in the target frequency 8 (Halt) XNot used 22 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 6.1.2.3 Statusword (Object: 0x6041) Index: 0x6041 The bit composition below presents the command by bits of Control Word. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 nu nu nu Nu ila tr rm nu w sod qs ve f oe so rtso rtso: ready to switch on so: switched on oe: operation enabled f: fault(Trip) ve: voltage enabled qs: quick stop sod: switch on disabled w: warning rm: remote tr: target reached ila: internal limit active nu: not used The bit values according to the state of FAS. 23 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 6.1.2.4 vl target velocity (Object: 0x6042) Index: 0x6042 Function: Target velocity Unit: rpm Basic format: 0 Setting range: -30000 ~ 30000 (- value represents inverse run, + represents normal run, the range varies by the parameter setting.) 6.1.2.5 vl velocity demand (Object: 0x6043) Index: 0x6042 Function: Current target velocity Unit: rpm Basic format: 0 24 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Setting range: -30000 ~ 30000 (- value represents inverse run, + represents normal run, the range varies by the parameter setting.) 6.1.2.6 vl velocity actual value (Object: 0x6044) Index: 0x6044 Function: Current run velocity Unit: rpm Basic format: 0 Setting range: -30000 ~ 30000 (- value represents inverse run, + represents normal run, the range varies by the parameter setting.) 25 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 6.1.2.7 vl velocity min max amount (Object: 0x6046) This object is supported in the CiA402 Profile, but not implemented in the IS7 because it may make users confused according to the function of the iS7. The parameters of the same functionalities are ADV 24, ADV 25, and ADV26. 6.1.2.8 vl velocity acceleration (Object: 0x6048) Index: 0x6050 Function: Object which determines an acceleration time Unit: sec Basic format: 0.0 Setting range: 0.0 ~ 600.0 (Setting range differs from parameter setting of inverter.) As shown in the figure, the acceleration time is determined using the Delta speed and Delta time. For the safety of the inverter, the delta_speed was fixed to Max Speed, and the setting parameter was removed. 26 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 6.1.2.9 vl velocity deceleration (Object: 0x6049) Index: 0x6049 Function: Object which determines a deceleration time Unit: sec Basic format: 0.0 Setting range: 0.0 ~ 600.0 (Setting range differs from parameter setting of inverter) As shown in the figure, the deceleration time is determined using the Delta speed and Delta time. For the safety of the inverter, the delta_speed was fixed to Max speed, and the setting parameter was removed. 27 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 6.1.2.10 vl velocity Quick Stop (Object: 0x604A) Index: 0x604A Function: Object which determines Quick Stop time Unit: sec Basic format: 0.0 Setting range: 0.0 ~ 600.0 (Setting range differs from parameter setting of inverter.) As shown in the figure, the deceleration time is determined using the Delta speed and Delta time. For the safety of the inverter, the delta_speed was fixed to Max speed, and the setting parameter was removed. 28 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 6.1.3 SDO for IS7 6.1.3.1 SDO address in common area -. Inverter monitoring area These are the parameters in the read-only common area between the communication address; 0h300 ~ 0h37F. In the CANopen, the Index is 0x4000, and the Sub Index is the value of the communication address deducted with 0h300 and added with 1. E.g.) To read the value in the communication address 0h0310, the data is in Index: 0x4000 and Sub Index: 0x11. -. Inverter control area These are the parameters in the control-only common area between the communication address: 0h380 ~ 0h3DF. In the CANopen, Index is 0x4001 and Sub Index is the last 2 digits of the communication address added with 1. E.g.) To read the value in the communication address 0h0389, the data is in Index: 0x4001 and Sub Index: 0x0A. -. Inverter memory control area These are the parameters in the memory control common area between the communication address: 0h3E0 ~ 0h3FF. In the CANopen, Index is 0x4002 and Sub Index is the communication address deducted with 0h3E0 and added with 1. E.g.) To read the value in the communication address 0h03E1, the data is in Index: 0x4002 and Sub Index: 0x02. 29 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Note) Before setting the memory control area value, check that the preset value is zero. If the previous value is not zero, then set the value to zero and then reset it to the desired value for appropriate operation of the parameter function. If the preset value was not zero, and the new setting value also is not zero, the parameter does not function. E.g.) In the 0h03E0 (Index:0x4002 SubIndex 0x01) parameter setting, if the previous value is 1:Yes, first, change it to 0:No, then set it to 1:Yes to save the inverter parameter settings. 6.1.3.2 SDO address in the keypad parameter area The Keypad parameters are indexed by group. The SubIndex is the code number. The table below presents the index values by Group. Index Area 0x4010 DRV Group 0x4011 BAS Group 0x4012 ADV Group 0x4013 CON Group 0x4014 IN Group 0x4015 OUT Group 0x4016 COM Group 0x4017 APP Group 0x4018 APO Group 0x4019 PRT Group 0x401A M2 Group E.g.) To obtain the value of the I1 Monitor[mA] which is the Code 20 parameter in Group, read the values in the Index 0x4014 and SubIndex 0x14. 6.2 PDO Of the CiA 402 Drive and Motion Control, implemented for the PDO for the frequency converter. 6.2.1 RPDO The RPDO of the CiA 402 Profile are as follows; Number of RPDO Support Description Mandator 1 Controls PDS FSA and Target velocity(vl) y 2 Optional Controls PDS FSA and Target velocity(vl), and target torque(tq) 3 Optional Manufacture Specification IS7 CANopen supports RPDO1 and RPDO3 only. 30 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual The settings are for the receiving methods of the RPDOs. The index of the communication parameter object of the RPDO1 is 0x1400. The index of the communication parameter object of the RPDO3 is 0x1402. The Sub Index parameters in the object are the same. Sub Property Description Index Function COB-ID (The unique CAN ID value of PDO) 0x01 Access RW Initial value 0x0200 + Node ID (RPDO1), 0x0400 + Node ID (RPDO3) Function Transmission Type 0x02 Access RW Initial value 255 Trans Mode according to the Transmission Type value: 0: at the occurrence of SYNC, the master creates RPDO, which is transmitted only when the data has been changed from the previous value. 1~240: receiving SYNC for preset frequency, the RPDO is transmitted once. 252: not supported. 253: Not supported. 254: Manufacturer defined (varies by Master Type.) 255: transmits RPDO by Event Trigger. 6.2.2 RPDO mapping Since IS7 CANopen Map is fixed, user cannot edit the map. 6.2.2.1 RPDO1 mapping The RPDO set up in the CiA 402 Profile. Index: 0x1600 The table below presents the RPDO1 Map. Sub Parameter Parameter Setting value The name of parameter index Index Sub Index 0x01 0x60400010 0x6040 - Control word 0x02 0x60420010 0x6042 - vl target velocity 6.2.2.2 RPDO3 mapping The RPDO set up in the LS Drive Profile. Index: 0x1602 31 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual The table below presents the RPDO3 Map. Sub Parameter Parameter Setting value The name of parameter index Index Sub Index 0x01 0x30100010 0x3010 - Para Control - 1 Data Value 0x02 0x30110010 0x3011 - Para Control - 2 Data Value 0x03 0x30120010 0x3012 - Para Control - 3 Data Value 0x04 0x30130010 0x3013 - Para Control - 4 Data Value Para Control –x Data Value is the value to be written in the parameter of the communication address set up in COM-51~54. 6.2.3 TPDO The TPDO of the CiA 402 Profile are as follows. Number of RPDO Support Description 1 Mandatory Controls PDS FSA and Target velocity(vl) 2 Optional Controls PDS FSA and Target velocity(vl), and target torque(tq) 3 Optional Manufacture specification IS7 CANopen supports only TPDO1 and TPDO3. The settings are for the receiving methods of the TPDOs. The index of the communication parameter object of the TPDO1 is 0x1400. The index of the communication parameter object of the TPDO3 is 0x1402. The Sub Index parameters in the object are the same. Sub Property Description Index Function COB-ID (Unique CAN ID value of PDO) 0x01 Access RW Initial value 0x0180 + Node ID (TPDO1), 0x0380 + Node ID (TPDO3) Function Transmission Type 0x02 Access RW Initial value 255 Function Inhibit Time 0x03 Access RW Initial value 0 Function Event Timer 0x05 Access RW Initial value 0 32 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Trans Mode according to the Transmission Type value: 0: at the occurrence of SYNC, the CANopen Option creates TPDO, which is transmitted only when the data has been changed from the previous value. 1~240: receiving SYNC for preset frequency, the TPDO is transmitted once. 252: at every occurrence of SYNC, data is updated to PDO, and TPDO is transmitted when the master transmits a remote frame requesting TPDO. 253: receiving the remote frame from the master requesting the TPDO, data is updated and TPDO is transmitted. 254: Manufacturer defined (in the IS7 CANopen, TPDO is transmitted at every Event Time.) 255: transmits TPDO by Event Trigger. If the data is not changes within the Event Time, TPDO is transmitted. It the data changes within the Event Time, the TPDO is transmitted after Inhibit Time. TPDO is not transmitted until the Inhibit Time has been passed. 6.2.4 TPDO mapping The map of the IS7 CANopen is fixed; therefore, user cannot edit the map. 6.2.4.1 TPDO1 mapping The PDO set up in the CiA 402 Profile. Index: 0x1A00 The table below presents the PDO1 Map. Sub Setting Parameter Parameter Sub Index The name of parameter index value Index 0x01 0x60410010 0x6041 - Statusword 0x02 0x60440010 0x6044 - vl velocity actual value 6.2.4.2 TPDO3 mapping The PDO set up in the LS Drive Profile. Index: 0x1A02 The table below presents the PDO3 Map. Sub Setting Parameter Parameter Sub Index The name of parameter index value Index 0x01 0x30000010 0x3000 - Para Status - 1 Data Value 0x02 0x30010010 0x3001 - Para Status - 2 Data Value 0x03 0x30020010 0x3002 - Para Status - 3 Data Value 0x04 0x30030010 0x3003 - Para Status - 4 Data Value Para Status –x Data Value is to read the parameter of the communication address set up by COM-31~34. 33 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 7. Inverter Parameter 7.1 Related Parameter List Keypad Factory Code Description Setting Range Type/Units Display Default Type of the option board in the CNF-30 Option-1 Type - “CANopen” inverter Set up to receive the operating DRV-06 Cmd Source “FieldBus” “FX/RX-1” command from the Option Set up to receive the frequency DRV-07 Freq Source “FieldBus” “Keypad-1” command from the Option Set up to receive the talk DRV-08 Trq Source “FieldBus” “Keypad-1” command from the Option COM-06 Option board version FBus S/W Ver - - X.XX COM-07 Station No. setting FBus ID 1~127 1 X COM-09 LED status of CANopen FBus LED - - - COM-10 CANopen speed Opt Parameter1 0~7 0 X COM-11 Select CANopen Profile Opt Parameter2 0-1 0 X Keypad Addr of the TPDO Data COM-31 to be read from CANopen Para Status - 1 0x0000-0xFFFF 0x000A 0xXXXX Hex Master Keypad Addr of the TPDO Data COM-32 to be read from CANopen Para Status - 2 0x0000-0xFFFF 0x000D 0xXXXX Hex Master Keypad Addr of the TPDO Data to be read from CANopen Para Status - 3 0x0000-0xFFFF COM-33 0x000F 0xXXXX Hex Master Keypad Addr of the TPDO Data COM-34 to be read from CANopen Para Status - 4 0x0000-0xFFFF 0x0000 0xXXXX Hex Master Keypad Addr of the RPDO Data COM-51 to be read from CANopen Para Control -1 0x0000-0xFFFF 0x0005 0xXXXX Hex Master Keypad Addr of the RPDO Data COM-52 to be read from CANopen Para Control -2 0x0000-0xFFFF 0x0006 0xXXXX Hex Master 34 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Keypad Factory Code Description Setting Range Type/Units Display Default Keypad Addr of the RPDO Data COM-53 to be read from CANopen Para Control -3 0x0000-0xFFFF 0x0000 0xXXXX Hex Master Keypad Addr of the RPDO Data COM-54 to be read from CANopen Para Control -4 0x0000-0xFFFF 0x0000 0xXXXX Hex Master “No” COM-94 Reflect parameter on Option Comm Update “No” - “Yes” "None" "Free-Run" Set up inverter operation in "Dec" "None" PRT-12 the event of Lost Command Lost Cmd Mode - "Hold Input" "Hold Output" "Lost Preset" Set up the time for the Lost PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time 0.1~120.0 1.0 0.0 sec Command Set up the speed of Lost PRT-14 Lost Preset F 0.00 0 Hz/Rpm Preset 7.2 Description on the Basic Field Bus Parameters 7.2.1 COM 07 FBus ID The allowable setting range in the inverter is 0~127. However, 0 is not used as a station No. in CANopen. If set to o, the ERR LED will blink in the CANopen Option. (See Section 3.2) 7.2.2 COM 09 FBus LED These parameters control the LEDs on the CANopen board. 0Bit: CPU LED 1Bit: ERR LED 2Bit: NODE LED 3Bit: BUS LED 35 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual The example of COM-09 LED status) BUS LED(Green) NODE LED(Green) ERR LED(Red) CPU LED(Green) - OFF ON ON ON 7.2.3 COM 94 Comm Update Press Yes to reflect the values set up with keypad on the CANopen Option. 7.3 Description on the Opt Parameter 7.3.1 COM 10 Opt Parameter1 These parameters control the communication speed of the CANopen. Setting range: 0~7 0: 1Mbps 1: 800Kbps 2: 500Kbps 3: 250Kbps 4: 125Kbps 5: 100Kbps 6: 50Kbps 7: 20Kbps Default value is 0: 1Mbps. 7.3.2 COM 11 Opt Parameter2 These parameters select Profile. Setting range: 0~1 0: CiA 402 Drive and Motion Control Velocity Mode (Frequency Converter PDO1) 1: LS Device Profile (PDO3) Default value is 0: CiA 402 Profile. 7.4 Parameter Setting for the Periodic Communication 7.4.1 COM 31~34 Para Status This can be set up only when the LS Device Profile is selected in the COM11. 4 parameter addresses are designated and the parameter values are transmitted to the Master through TPDO3. If CiA 402 Velocity Mode is selected, this status is hidden and setting is prohibited. 36 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual 7.4.2 COM 51~54 Para Control This can be set up only when the LS Device Profile is selected in the COM11. 4 parameter addresses are designated and the parameter values transmitted to the Master through RPDO3 is used. If CiA 402 Velocity Mode is selected, this status is hidden and setting is prohibited. 7.5 Parameter setting for the Lost Command According to the decision criteria of the Lost Command of the IS7 CANopen, it judges that the Master and Slave are connected when the NMT status of the CANopen is Operation, and it does not generate Lost Command. That is, when the NMT State different from Operation is maintained for longer than the time set up in the PR-13, the inverter turns to Lost Command state. However, the Lost Command can be generated only when one or more of the frequency command or operation command is set to Fieldbus. 7.5.1 PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode None: no action is taken even when the Inverter turns to Lost Command state. Free-Run: in Lost Command state, the motor turns to Free Run stop and Lost Command Trip is triggered. Dec: in Lost Command state, the motor turns to trip deceleration stop, and Lost Command Trip is triggered. Hold Input: the motor runs at the last speed command, and Lost Command Warning is issued. Hold Output: the motor runs at the current speed, and Lost Command Warning is issued. Lost Preset: the motor runs at the speed set up in the PRT-14, and Lost Command Warning is issued. 7.5.2 PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time While the CANopen is in communication, if the MNT State different from Operation is maintained for the time longer than the time set up in the PRT-13, the Inverter turns to Lost Command state. 7.5.3 PRT-14 Lost Preset F If Lost Preset is set up in the Lost Cmd Mode of the PRT-12, and if the Inverter turns to Lost command state, the inverter drives the motor at the speed set up in the PRT-14. 37 SV-iS7 CANopen Manual Warranty Product LSIS Communication Option Installation Name Card Date Model SV-iS7 CANopen Warranty Name Communication Card Period Name Customer Address Tel. Name Sales Address Offices Tel. Note This product has been manufactured through the strict QC control and inspection of LS Industrial Systems Warranty period is 12 months after installation or 18 months after manufactured when the installation date unidentified. However, the guarantee term may vary on the sales term. In-warranty service information If the defective part has been identified under normal and proper use within the guarantee term, contact your local authorized LS distributor or LS service center. Out-of-warranty service information The guarantee will not apply in the following cases. Troubles are attributable to a user’s intentional negligence or carelessness. Damage was caused by abnormal voltage and peripheral devices’ malfunction (failure). Damage was caused by natural disasters (earthquake, fire, flooding, lightning and etc.). When LS nameplate is not attached. 38
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