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LD DIDACTIC has didactically engineered SIMATIC components for practice-oriented vocational training and education. For the connection of these components to peripheral equipment we have developed a training panel equipped with 4-mm safety sockets for the mounting of basic modules as well as their input and output modules. In addition to the basic equipment sets completely configured found in this catalogue you can also select the CPU appropriate for your special needs and combine this with input/output modules of your choice, or simply extend the already configured equipment sets. The Automation Technology multimedia course and the vivid models as well as networking the components the programmable controller PLC is extended into an entire system the guaranteeing objective-oriented training. • • • • • • • • • •

Fundamentals of PLC programming with COM3LAB course, bus and automation technology The modular PLC (SIMATIC S7-300) The training panel from LD DIDACTIC (basic unit 730800) for accommodating components and up to 9 input/output modules Programming is performed in accordance with IEC 1131-3 (LAD, FBD, STL) Application models (PC process simulations as well as hardware models) The networking of automation technology components (Profibus-DP, MPI Multiple Point Interface, AS-i Actuator/Sensor Interface) sensor technology Sensor technology Control relays and logic modules for simple open-loop control functions Visualization Mechatronik systems

Symbols: Experiment literature included in the package

Battery required

Software included in the package

Equipment is COM3LAB compatible

Accessories required

Bus-capable (USB, Profibus, ...)

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T 9 EQUIPMENT SET CONFIGURATION

T 9.3.2

T 9.3.5

PLCApplications

AS-Interface

T 9.1

T 9.2

T 9.3.1

T 9.3.3

T 9.3.4

T 9.3.6

T 9.3.7

T 9.4

Control circuits

Position detection

SPS S7-300

PROFIBUS DP

Sensor Technology

Control Relay

HMI Systems

Mechatronik Systems

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

T 9.1 CONTACTOR AND CONTROL CIRCUITS The modular experimentation panel system contains the various buttons, contactors, indicator lights etc, and can be sensibly extended by Electrical machines (T10). The apparatus forms the basis for the subsequent SPC training. T 9.2 LIMIT SWITCHES AND PROXIMITY SWITCHES With the sensors basic apparatus, consisting of limit switches and proximity switches the basics of sensor technology are able to be taught as part of automation engineering in an easily understood way. T 9.3.1 S7-300 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROL Completely configured basic sets with S7-300 controllers. Various supplementary software packages are available for programming. T 9.3.2 PLC APPLICATIONS Table-top or PC simulation application models for exercises and reinforcement of programming techniques. T 9.3.3 PROFIBUS-DP The Profibus is designed primarily for the interconnection of intelligent modules, e.g. the frequency converter motor. Supplementary components allow T 9.3.1 basic sets to be expanded into networked automation systems using the Profibus-DP. T 9.3.4 SENSOR TECHNOLOGY Sets from the fields of instrumentation and control technology intended for connection to the automation technology. T 9.3.5 AS-INTERFACE The actuator/sensor interface is an economical option for linking simple modules, such as sensors and actuators (switching functions). Sensors and actuators can be connected to the controller using an unshielded, two-conductor line. T 9.3.6 CONTROL RELAIS Simple control functions can be set up quickly and easily using control relays or logic modules. T 9.3.7 HMI SYSTEMS Human Machine Interface Systems are addition available. T 9.4 MODULAR MECHATRONIK SYSTEM The new modular concept offers you ideal options for the activity-orientated training of mechatronic.

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Automation Technology

T 9.1

Contactor circuits and control circuits

T 9.1.1 Basic control technology circuits I

Training Objectives ➔ Functioning of break-contact and make-contact elements ➔ Logical interconnections with break-contact and make-contact elements ➔ Basic functioning of contactors ➔ Automatic locking of a contactor ➔ Contactor locking ➔ Multiple locking ➔ Sequential actuation circuit with power-off ➔ Switching on and off by two switching points ➔ Button locking ➔ Reversal control with sequential switching ➔ Contactor circuit with motor protection switch and motor protection relay ➔ Stepping operation and continuous operation

Projects ➔ Filling station with stepping operation

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Automation Technology

T 9.1

Contactor and control circuits

Practical training in control technology The new apparatus appropriate for practical applications allows the cost-efficient setting up of basic control engineering circuits as well as the free design of larger projects. Simple control circuits have up to the present day been economically realised by means of contactor circuits. However, even complex SPC controls cannot operate without external protection mechanisms such as button locks or contactor locks. The modular experimentation panel system “T 9.1 Contactor and control circuits” contains the various buttons, contactors, indicator lights etc, and can be sensibly extended by Electrical machines (T10) and the “T 9.2 Limit switches and proximity switches” apparatus. The setting up of control circuits and power circuits is possible without difficulty. All connections are made via 4 mm safety leads without risk of contact. The comprehensive accompanying literature contains a teacher part and a student practise part. It covers everything from the method of functioning of the individual components to the realisation of complex machine circuits and expert circuits. The T 9.1 apparatus forms the basis for the subsequent PLC training.

Equipment LIST T 9.1.1

Control engineering I basic circuits NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

730001

Operating panel

1

730004

Control engineering basic unit

1

730009

Control engineering storage unit

1

73018

Fourfold safety cut-out

1

73093

1NO 1NC limit switch

1

73017

Triple indicator light

3

73012I

4NO 4NC Auxiliary contactor

3

73013I

3-pole power contactor 2NO 2NC

1

73213I

0.6-1A motor protection switch

2

73215I

0.6-1A motor protection relay

Experimentation literature:

1

Book: T 9.1 Contactor and control circuits

566322

Text sample

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Automation Technology

T 9.1

Contactor and control circuits

T 9.1.2 Basic control technology circuits II

Training Objectives ➔ Machine control with 3 and 4 motors ➔ On-delay auxiliary contactors and delayed-action relay ➔ Squirrel cage rotor circuit ➔ Cascading circuit with delayed-action relay ➔ Delayed switch-over ➔ Sequential switching with delayed switch-off ➔ Pulse transmitter with two delayed-action relays

Projects ➔ Conveyor belt with locking for the switched-on and switched-off status ➔ Filling unit with 2 silos ➔ Filling unit with 3 silos and one conveyor belt ➔ Warm air blower with two power levels ➔ Sliding door control ➔ Drilling machine control

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Automation Technology

T 9.1

Contactor and control circuits

Basic control technology circuits II The basic control technology circuits I are extended by the functions of a universal time relay (multi-function relay). This arises a multiplicity of new projects.

Equipment LIST T 9.1.2

Control engineering II basic circuits NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

2

730001

Operating panel

2

730004

Control engineering basic unit

1

730009

Control engineering storage unit

1

73018

Fourfold safety cut-out

3

73093

1NO 1NC limit switch

2

73017

Triple indicator light

2

730071I

Multi-function relay

3

73012I

4NO 4NC auxiliary contactor

5

73013I

3-pole power contactor 2NO 2NC

2

73213I

0.6-1A motor protection switch

3

73215I

0.6-1A motor protection relay

Experimentation literature:

1

Book: T 9.1 Contactor and control circuits

566322

Text sample

All devices are equipped with special safety devices are equipped with special safety sockets.

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Automation Technology

T 9.1

Contactor and control circuits

T 9.1.3 Machine circuits and expert circuits

Training Objectives ➔ Star-delta circuit ➔ Star-delta circuit with timer relay ➔ Reversing star-delta circuit ➔ Reversing motor control with cam-operated limit switch ➔ Slip ring rotor with automatic starter and with step starter ➔ Pole-switchable motor with separate windings ➔ Dahlander and Reversing Dahlander circuit ➔ Off-delay auxiliary contactors and timer relay ➔ Control of latched auxiliary contactors ➔ Priority circuit for consumers with high power consumption ➔ Star-delta start-up with priority circuit

Projects ➔ Agitator vessel control ➔ Conveyor belt system with latched auxiliary contactors ➔ Swivel drive with latched auxiliary contactors ➔ Signalling for a rail system ➔ Conveyor belt with automatic switching on and switching off ➔ Cleaning device LD Didactic GmbH

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Automation Technology

T 9.1

Contactor and control circuits

Machine and expert circuits The emphasis of this equipment lies in the view of different motor circuits. This arises again a multiplicity of new projects.

Equipment LIST T 9.1.3

Machine circuits and expert circuits NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

2

730001

Operating panel

2

730004

Control engineering basic unit

2

730009

Control engineering storage unit

1

73018

Fourfold safety cut-out

4

73093

1NO 1NC limit switch

2

73017

Triple indicator light

4

730071I

Multi-function relay

6

73012I

4NO 4NC auxiliary contactor

6

73013I

3-pole power contactor 2NO 2NC

3

73015I

2NO 2NC latched auxiliary contactor

2

73213I

0.6-1A motor protection switch

3

73215I

0.6-1A motor protection relay

Experimentation literature:

1

Book: T 9.1 Contactor and control circuits

566322

Text sample

The fourfold safety switch (730 18) protect the power circuit and the control circuit separately.

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Automation Technology

T 9.2

Limit switches and proximity switches

Material detection with capacitive and inductive proximity switch.

Training Objectives ➔ Mechanical limit switch ➔ Inductive proximity switch ➔ Capacitive proximity switch ➔ Optical proximity switch

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Automation Technology

T 9.2

Limit switches and proximity switches

With the sensors basic apparatus, consisting of limit switches and proximity switches the basics of sensor technology are able to be taught as part of automation engineering in an easily understood way. The “T 9.2 Limit switches and proximity switches� apparatus is a sensible addition to the contactor and control circuits

Equipment LIST T 9.2

Limit switches and proximity switches NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

73090

Gearbox with 2 switch arms 0.1/0.3

2

73093

1NO 1NC limit switch

1

73004

Triple button

1

730004

Control engineering basic unit

3

73013I

3-pole power contactor 2NO 2NC

1

73215I

0.6-1A motor protection relay

1

73018

Fourfold safety cut-out

1

566242

Book: T 9.2 Limit switches and proximity switches

Text sample

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.1.1

S7-300 Programmable logic controllers

The S7-300 with PC adapter and STEP7

Training Objectives ➔ PLC setup and project planning ➔ Commissioning, testing and troubleshooting an automation system ➔ Programming in compliance with IEC 1131-1 (STL, LAD, FBD) ➔ Documenting and archiving

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.1.1

S7-300 Programmable logic controllers

Completely configured basic sets with any of the S7-300 series CPUs Aside from the recommendable basic set, completely configured units are available with any of the 300 series CPUs. Practice automation tasks are implemented - just like they are in industry - with the STEP 7 software package. This software uses object-oriented techniques for programming the automation devices in compliance with IEC 1131-1. Editors are available for the LAD (ladder diagram), FBD (function block diagram), and STL (statement list) programming languages as well as tools for software testing and hardware configuration. T 9.3.1.1 EQUIPMENT LIST

S7-300 Programmable logic controllers Basic Set QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

730 823

SIMATIC S7-312

1

730 822

SIMATIC S7-CPU 313C

1

730 871

Step 7 Software

1

730 879

PC Adapter

(1)

730 878

1

730 880

1

730 821

SIMATIC S7-CPU 314C-2DP

1

730 822

SIMATIC S7-CPU 313

1

730 823 4

SIMATIC S7-312, 18DI, 14DO

1

730 826 1

SIMATIC S7-314, 16DI, 16DO

1

730 826 2

SIMATIC S7-314, 16DI, 16DO, 4AI, 2AO

1

730 826 3

SIMATIC S7-314, 24DI, 24DO, 4AI, 2AO

1

730 826 4

SIMATIC S7-314, 8DI, 8DO

1

730 826 5

SIMATIC S7-314, 8DI, 8DO, 4AI, 2AO

1

730 828 1

SIMATIC S7-315-2DP, 16DI, 16DO

1

730 828 2

SIMATIC S7-315-2DP, 16DI, 16DO, 4AI, 2AO

1

730 828 3

SIMATIC S7-315-2DP, 24DI, 24DO, 4AI, 2AO

1

730 828 4

SIMATIC S7-315-2DP, 8DI, 8DO

1

730 828 5

SIMATIC S7-315-2DP, 8DI, 8DO, 4AI, 2AO

or alternativ for 730 823:

or alternativ for 730 879:

Step7 Software

CP5611 MPI Manual Complete Step 7 Documentation (CD) Examples of configurated S7-300CPUs:

DI: digital input, DO: digital output, AI: analog input, AO: analog output

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.1.2

Modular S7-300 Controllers

Modular S7-300

Training Objectives ➔ PLC setup, interconnection and commissioning ➔ Testing and troubleshooting an automation system ➔ Programming in compliance with IEC 1131-1 (STL, LAD, FBD)

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.1.2

Modular S7-300 Controllers

The individual SIMATIC S7 controller As modular as the PLC itself, this individual training system can be put together with the help of the modular training panel. The modular training panel has a profile rail that accepts the PLC and modules. All S7-300 series controllers are compatible with this profile rail. There are various input/output modules available that have 4 mm safety sockets (as well as entry simulation) for connecting peripheral devices via connecting leads. These I/O modules are pre-wired to SIMATIC circuit boards. We would be glad to configure a system to meet your needs!

T 9.3.1.2 EQUIPMENT LIST

Modular S7-300 Controllers QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

Examples for individual input and output modules: 730 800

PLC Basic Unit

730 797

DIN Rail for S7-300

730 801

8 x Digital Inputs

730 802

8 x Digital Outputs

730 803

Analog Input/Output 4/2

730 8041

Input/Output for CPU 314 C

730 805

8 x Digital Inputs

730 806

2 x Digital Outputs

730 808

Socket Field Panel, 20

730 809

Blank Panel

730 811

Byte Input/Output

730 812

2 x Digital Inputs

730 813

Digital Voltmeter Module Âą60V

730 814

Input/Output for CPU 312 IFM Additional required SIMATIC S7-300 components

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.1.3

COM3LAB Course, Bus and Automation Technology

COM3LAB with Course Bus and Automation Technology

Training Objectives ➔ Fundamentals and terminology (IEC 1131) for PLC programming ➔ Logic functions, timing, counters, numeric processing and program editing ➔ Simple sensors and signal conditioning with analog/digital converters and multiplexers ➔ Project planning an automation system ➔ PLC programming and commissioning ➔ Data transfer structures and protocols ➔ Connecting Fieldbus systems and putting them into operation ➔ Transmitting and error analysis ➔ Connecting external components ➔ Integrating PROFIBUS stations T 9.3.1.3 LD Didactic GmbH

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.1.3

COM3LAB Course, Bus and Automation Technology

Fundamentals of PLC programming in the COM3LAB multimedia learning environment The COM3LAB Course, Bus and Automation Technology (700 31) presents fundamental concepts of programmable logic controllers (PLC) and demonstrates their capabilities for being networked, including networking with sensors and actuators, on the basis of the PROFIBUS. Many examples, explanations, exercises and practical problems explicitly present PLC fundamentals and behavior. The compact, yet complex, hardware accompanying this course makes it possible for you to gain real practice-oriented experience with the instructional material. Options for connecting additional external Profibus components offer you comprehensive means to form constellations for experimenting with bus and automation technology sequences that are realistic and yet easy to set up.

T 9.3.1.3 EQUIPMENT LIST

COM3LAB Course, Bus and Automation Technology QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

700 00

COM3LAB Master Unit

1

700 31

COM3LAB Course: Automation and bus technology

Assemblies  24 digital inputs  8 analog inputs  sensors: temperature sensor, phototransistor  20 digital outputs  2 analog outputs  1 motor  1 dimmable lamp  4 mm sockets for external applications  PROFIBUS (1 master, 2 slaves)  connection for external PROFIBUS components T 9.3.1.3 LD Didactic GmbH

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.2.1

Hardware Models

SIMATIC S7-300 with hardware models traffic light and park house: programmed with STEP7

Training Objectives ➔ Digital process flow analysis ➔ Programming in compliance with IEC 1131-1 (STL, LAD, FBD) ➔ Commissioning, testing and troubleshooting hardware modules

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.2.1

Hardware Models

The ideal introduction to the complex world of automation technology Various LD Didactic application models have been developed to exercise and instill programming techniques (constants, variables, block structures, etc.) as well as demonstrate the application of PLC resources (markers, timing, system functions, etc.). These have been conceived such that clearly arranged equipment engenders rapid learning success. These models are available as table-top models or PC simulations. The traffic light and park house hardware models are ideal introductions to the complex world of PLC programming.

T 9.3.2.1 EQUIPMENT LIST

Hardware Models QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

728 740

Traffic Light Crossing,TM

1

728 741

Car Park, TM

1

730 82xx

Siemens SIMATIC S7-300 from T 9.3.1.1

1

730 879

PC Adapter

1

730 871

Step 7 Software

Additional required:

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.2.2 Equipment Simulator (CBS 9)

CBS 9 Dispenser with Profi-CASSY and S7-300

Training Objectives ➔ Analog and digital process flow analysis ➔ Programming in compliance with IEC 1131-1 (STL, LAD, FBD) ➔ Commissioning, testing and troubleshooting on technologically differing equipment ➔ Simulation of process flows ➔ Centralized operation and monitoring of equipment and processes

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.2.2 Equipment Simulator (CBS 9)

Complex processes clearly presented When the Profi-CASSY is combined with CBS 9 software models, the result is a universal equipment simulator. This hardware/software combination is connected on one side, via PROFIBUS or directly with a flat cable, to the PLC and, on the other side, via USB to a PC. This gives the PC access to 16 digital and 2 analog inputs and outputs. Process simulations are available for the most diverse equipment. These simulators are easily installed on the PC. Profi-CASSY makes the equipment‘s actuators and sensors accessible to an external, real controller. Operating elements on the simulated equipment can be activated with the PC‘s mouse or keyboard. Simulations have three different modes: In demo-mode, the process runs autonomously on the monitor screen where it can be observed and studied without stress. In manual mode, the equipment can be tested step-by-step. All actuators can be activated per mouse click and their effects on the equipment can be observed. In external mode, a real PLC takes over control of the equipment. PLC outputs are connected to Profi-CASSY inputs, and thereby the equipment‘s actuators. PLC inputs are connected to Profi-CASSY outputs, which allows acquisition of all of the equipment simulator‘s sensor signals.

T 9.3.2.2 EQUIPMENT LIST

Equipment Simulator (CBS 9) QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

524 016

Profi-CASSY®

1

728 801

Disk: CBS 9 Lift

1

728 841

Disk: CBS 9 Traffic Light System

1

728 811

Disk: CBS 9 Filling Plant Process

1

728 821

Disk: CBS 9 Universal Display

1

728 831

Disk: CBS 9 Motor Control Circuits

1

728 861

Disk: CBS 9 Automatic Temperature Control

1

700 00

COM3LAB Master Unit

1

700 31

COM3LAB Course: Automation and bus technology

Profi-CASSY is the intelligent interface for many applications required for vocational training. Digital and analog inputs/outputs in conjunction with PROFIBUS-DP and USB interfaces open up many other application possibilities.  instrumentation and control techniques with CASSY-LAB or Winfact  Digital and microcomputer technology as well as COM3LAB

Alternativ for 700 00 and 700 31: (1)

730 822

SIMATIC S7-CPU 313C

(1)

730 879

PC Adapter

(1)

730 871

Step 7 Software

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.2.2 Equipment Simulator (CBS 9)

CBS 9 Traffic Intersection with Profi-CASSY plus COM3LAB Course, Bus and Automation Technology

728 841 CBS 9 Traffic Intersection The following traffic situations can be realized: - pedestrian crossing - street junction - intersection Pedestrian waiting buttons and inductive traffic control loops can be integrated into the controller as options.

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.2.2 Equipment Simulator (CBS 9)

728 801 CBS 9 Elevator

728 821 CBS 9 Universal Display

728 831 CBS 9 Motor Controls

Simulation of elevator equipment in a three storey building. Demanding exercise for a linked controller with the following components:

The universal display is suited to tasks involving fundamental binary logic functions and analog value processing. It consists of the following components:

- 2 contactor for up/down cabin travel - 4 doors (cabin door and three floor doors) - 9 light indicators - 9 operating buttons - 3 eimit switches for the individual storeys

- LED state display for the 16 digital inputs/outputs of the PC adapter and simulation via buttons and switches - 4 seven-segment indicators, controllable either directly or with BCD coding - 4 digital voltage display instruments for the analog inputs/outputs on the Profi-CASSY with simulation via slide controls

The following relay circuits for motor control are mapped onto the screen in color graphics: - self-holding - reversing control - Dahlander pole-changing circuit - reversing Dahlander circuit - star-delta circuit - reversing star-delta circuit - slip-ring rotor with step starter

728 811 CBS 9 Dispenser Simulation of a bottle-filling system for beverages. Bottles on a conveyor are moved, filled, capped, and, if desired, counted. Broken bottles are ejected. The system has the following actuators and sensors: -

1 contactor for conveyor run 3 valves 4 light indicators 6 operating buttons 5 sampling sensors

728 861 CBS 9 Temperature Regulation Heating is presented for a room on the screen in color graphics. Control can be handled in a digital or analog manner, or regulation can be affected. The following settings and alarms are available: -

room temperature select day/night switch outside temperature open/close window

All temperatures are presented on thermometers and time graphs.

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.3

PROFIBUS-DP

EIB Basic System, DP/EIB Link, PLC S7-300, industrial frequency converter with squirrel-cage motor, COM3LAB with course, bus and automation technology, and Profi-CASSY networked to the PROFIBUS

Training Objectives ➔ Centralized operation and monitoring of decentralized equipment ➔ Connecting and commissioning Fieldbus systems ➔ Connecting differing PROFIBUS stations ➔ Testing and troubleshooting on the PROFIBUS

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.3

PROFIBUS-DP

From the fundamentals of stored program controllers to a complex networked system The simple introduction to the complex world of automation technology is child‘s play with the practical COM3LAB multimedia course „Bus and Automation Technology“ (700 31). This course conveys program logic controller (PLC) fundamentals through its extensive examples and exercises. Building on these fundamentals, the networking of controllers, including sensors and actuators, is treated with the PROFIBUS approach. The knowledge gained in this course is the basis for dealing with real industry devices. These prepared training components are realistic representations of quite complex mechatronic systems which include, for example, PROFIBUS (used here with frequency converter and squirrel-cage motor), actuator/sensor interface (AS-i) right on up to building services control technology with EIB.

T 9.3.3 EQUIPMENT LIST

PROFIBUS-DP BASIC SET QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

PROFIBUS NASTER CONSISTING OF: 1

700 00

COM3LAB Master Unit

1

700 31

COM3LAB Course: Automation and bus technology

(1)

730 821

SIMATIC S7-CPU 314C-2DP

(1)

730 879

PC Adapter

(1)

730 871

Step 7 Software

or alternativ for 700 and 700 31:

PROFIBUS SLAVES CONSISTING OF: 1

524 016

Profi-CASSY®

1

730 4301

Simatic ET 200M, 16DI, 16DO

„Frequency converter/motor 0.3“ with Profibus connection

or alternativ for 730 4301 (1) 1

730 4302

Simatic ET 200M, 16DI, 16DO, 4AI, 2AO

732 46

Motor with FCC 0.3 or alternativ for 732 46:

(1)

735 313

Industrial Frequency Converter 230V

(1)

732 104

Squirrel Cage Motor 230/400 V 0.3 Network transitions to EIB consisting of:

1

730 433

DP/ EIB Link

1

729 740

EIB Basic System

„EIB Basic System“

Manual for T 9.3.3 730 860

Simatic Net CD, manual collection

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Automation Technology

T 9.3.4

Sensor Technology

PLC S7-300 with Frequency Converter/Motor, Transmission with Two Link Shifting, Inductive and Capacitive Proximity Switches

Training Objectives ➔ Sensor behavior and applications ➔ Checking and setting sensors ➔ Connecting different kinds of sensors to a PLC ➔ Material recognition, frequency and rotary speed measurements

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Automation Technology

T 9.3.4

Sensor Technology

The ideal introduction to automation sensor technology The basic set for sensor technology consists of limit switches and proximity switches. These are used to clearly convey fundamental concepts of sensor technology in automation.

T 9.3.4 Equipment List

Sensor Technology Basic Set Quantity Cat. No.

Description

1

730 90

Gear w.2 Switch Arms 0.1/0.3

1

730 93

Limit Switch 1NO 1NC

1

730 95

Ind. Proximity Switch 3-DC

1

730 97

Cap. Proximity Switch 3-DC

1

730 99 Opt. Proximity Switch 3-DC

1

732 46

1

700 00

COM3LAB Master Unit

1

700 31

COM3LAB Course: Automation and bus technology

The Sensor Compact Trainer is the perfect complementation for the education of industrial Sensors in the automation technology

Motor with FCC 0.3

or alternativ for 700 00 and 700 31:

(1)

730 82xx

Siemens SIMATIC S7-300 from T9.3.1.1

(1)

730 879

PC Adapter

(1)

730 871

Step 7 Software

The following T 8 category equipment (Instrumentation and Control Technology) is also suitable for connection to automation technology equipment: T 8.1.2.2 Position sensors T 8.1.2.2 Sensor Compact Trainer T 8.2.2.1 Rotary speed and voltage regulation with 24 V motor/generator set T 8.2.2.2 Temperature regulation T 8.2.2.4 Fill level and flow regulation

Measuring the flow of liquids T 9.3.4 LD Didactic GmbH

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.5

AS Interface

PLC S7-300 with AS-i Communications Module, AS-i Connection Module 2E/2A, AS-i Set, Threefold Signal Lamp, Threefold Pushbutton and AS-i Bus Testing Instrument

Training Objectives ➔ Centralized operation and monitoring of decentralized equipment ➔ Connection of differing AS-i devices ➔ Applying special AS-i connection techniques ➔ Connecting bus subscribers, addressing, programming and functional testing

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.5

AS Interface

Simply AS-i Interface Instead of Cable Confusion The actuator/sensor interface (AS-i) requires only one unshielded two-wire conductor to connect all of your actuators and sensors with the controller. The system is concise and, thanks to insulation-displacement technology, easy to assemble. In conjunction with an existing S7-300 set, an actuator/ sensor system can be built up with the AS-i Communications Module as master and AS-i Connection Module 2E/2A and AS-i Set as slaves.

T 9.3.5 EQUIPMENT LIST

AS Interface Set QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

1

730 410

AS-I Communications Module

1

730 412

AS-I Connection Module 2E/2A

1

730 413

AS-I Set

1

730 414

Signal Lamp 24V, Threefold

1

730 37

Pushbutton, Threefold

1

730 04

Drucktaster dreifach

1

730 82xx

Siemens SIMATIC S7-300 from T9.3.1.1

1

730 879

PC Adapter

1

730 871

Step 7 Software

Employing intelligent sensors along with the AS-i bus system makes it possible to explain the function of industrial sensors in a very graphic manner. The intelligent inductive sensor contained in the AS-i Set allows example states to be investigated with the aid of the simulator.

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Automation engineering

T 9.3.5

Safety AS interface

T 9.3.5.1 Basic features of AS-i safety with the AS-i safety board and the AS-i safety monitor

Training Objectives ➔ Safe AS-i sensors ➔ Starting up safety engineering applications from the AS interface ➔ Configuration of the AS-i safety monitor ➔ Emergency stop ➔ Safety categories according to EN 954-1 ➔ Redundant structure of safety circuits ➔ Signalling of the plant statuses ➔ To start up field bus systems ➔ Combination of normal and safe AS-i slaves

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Automation engineering

T 9.3.5

Safety AS interface

Safety in automation engineering The new safety system with AS-i safety components is an excellent complement to the AS-i apparatus (T 9.3.5). Anywhere where hazards for people are possible, safety engineering is applied. With the AS-i safety board (730 422), the safe monitoring of a safety gate is realised: AS-i position switch with roller plunger, AS-i position switch with guard lock and AS-i EMERGENCY-OFF mushroom button monitor the machine (press). The AS-i safety monitor (730 420) is used for the monitoring of all safe AS-i slaves. The AS-i safety monitor can be rapidly configured with the help of the corresponding software.

Equipment LIST T 9.3.5.1

Safety AS interface NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

730420

AS-i safety monitor

1

7304205

AS-i safety monitor software

1

730422

AS-i safety board

1

730410

AS-i communications component group

alternative:

1

7304101

DP/AS-i communications component group

1

730412

AS-i connection module 2E/2A

1

730413

AS-i set

1

730414

AS-i bus tester

1

73037

Triple indicator light 24V

1

73004

Button triple

T 9.3.5.2 AS-i safety project with light curtain With the “AS-i light curtain” option, the “conveyor” station (744 610) is protected against hands entering the dangerous location. The AS-i light curtain with muting function is an excellent complement to the mechatronic models. In addition to the sensors, bus systems such as PROFIBUS and AS-i is taught in this project on safety engineering.

ADDITIONAL Equipment LIST T 9.3.5.2 TO T 9.3.5.1

Safety light curtain AS interface NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

730423

Light curtain with muting function Set

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.6

Control Relay

Single Phase Connection Unit, Threefold Pushbutton, Control Relay LOGO!230RC, Threefold Signal Lamp

Training Objectives ➔ Connecting logic modules and testing their basic functions ➔ PC programming, visualization and documentation of the application

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AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

T 9.3.6

Control Relay

The ideal solution for smaller control tasks The control relays or logic modules described below permit smaller control tasks to be realized quickly and easily; in either training panel or trainer kit version. Simple operation is achieved with the help of an integrated keypad and LCD indicator panel. Alternatively, switching programs can be created, simulated, duplicated, documented and archived on the PC with the LOGO!Soft software package. Basic functions: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR Extended functions: turn-on delay, stored turn-on delay, turn-off delay, current surge relay, clock-pulse generator, counter (up and down), timer switch

T 9.3.6 EQUIPMENT LIST

Control Relay QUANTITY CAT. NO.

DESCRIPTION

Control Relay 1

730 400

LOGO! 230RC

1

730 405 1

LOGO! Manual

1

730 406

LOGO! SOFT

1

730 408

LOGO! PC Cable

1

730 409

LOGO!/ EASY-Mini-Trainer-Kit

1

730 409 1

EASY 412-DC-RC

1

730 409 2

EASY-Soft

1

730 409 3

EASY-PC-Cable

The LOGO!/EASY Mini Trainer Kit has everything necessary for taking first steps with the EASY control relay or LOGO!: exercise cards and exercise sheets.

Trainer-Kit

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Automation engineering

T 9.4

Modular mechatronic system

Compact “Cube assembly” system with COM3LAB course “Bus and automation technology”

Training Objectives ➔ Technical communication ➔ Work planning ➔ Quality assurance ➔ Testing ➔ Installing electrical component groups ➔ Measuring and testing electric values ➔ Installing hardware and software ➔ Setting up pneumatic and hydraulic circuits ➔ Programming mechatronic systems (PLC technology) ➔ Assembly and dismantling ➔ Testing and adjustments ➔ Commissioning and fault search

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Automation engineering

T 9.4

Modular mechatronic system

Training with optimum practical relevance! The modular concept of mechatronic training Teach through activity orientation the entire spectrum of automation engineering and mechatronics. Using the mechatronic modules of LD Didactic you enter into a system. The modules can both be used individually and in combination. Depending on the combination, a new sensible production sequence is formed. Particularly interesting is the option to use the systems as modular kit to construct an entire system step by step. The robust modules are composed of tried and tested industrial components. Special trainer documentation leads you through the activity-orientated projects. The new modular concept offers you ideal options for the activity-orientated training of mechatronic. Now suitable functional component groups are available for the most important technologies used in automation engineering. Each of these small easily understood function components can be operated individually or in combination with other component groups. The first component group forms the foundation for an extendable mechatronic system. You enlarge your system step by step. You can use your own variations or copy our suggestions. This helps you to keep within your budget and will give you nearly limitless combination options. Didactic project documentation will support you optimally with all exercises – as usual in the top LD Didactic quality.

EQUIPMENT LIST T 9.4.1

Conveyor station NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

744610

Conveyor station

1

7446102S

Book: Conveyor station

1

7446102L

Book: Conveyor station

1

524016

Profi-CASSY®

Profi-CASSY is the intelligent interface for many applications in the vocational training.

EQUIPMENT LIST T 9.4.2

Compact cube assembly system NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

744650

Cube assembly system

1

7446502L

Book: Cube assembly system

1

7446502S

Book: Cube assembly system

4

524016

Profi-CASSY®

With PROFIBUS connection and 16 digital input/outputs it can be connected directly by 10-pole connection Cable with the components of the modular Mechatronik system

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Automation engineering

T 9.4

Modular mechatronics system

Future-orientated mechatronic training In addition to the modular concept this system offers future-orientated technologies such as the interconnection of the stations via PROFIBUS. By means of the universal Profi-CASSY© interface each mechatronic station can be connected via the PROFIBUS to an SPC or the COM3LAB course “Automation and bus technology”. The course “Bus and automation technology” (70031) teaches the basics of stored program controls (PLC) and shows their interconnection including sensors and actors via the PROFIBUS. With many examples, explanations, exercises and practical tasks the basis and functioning of the PLC and the PROFIBUS are demonstrated in an easily understood way. The compact and complex hardware for this course allows you practice-relevant teaching of the subject matter. The option to connect further external Profibus components offers you a comprehensive means to demonstrated the processes in bus technology and automation engineering truthfully and without undue effort and expense.

The compact “cube assembly” system consists of conveyor station, machining station, high shelf station to demonstrate the simple process of the assembly of a cube. The system is completely assembled on 3 boards. All modules include an assembly platform and can be mounted individually or together with other function groups on an aluminium section board.

The “Plug & Play” principle Each of the function component groups is complete and mounted on its own baseplate. All relays and valves are mounted “on board”. For the operation of the component group, you only require connection to an PLC and a compressed air supply. The connection to the PLC is provided quickly and easily via a 10-pole ribbon cable.

Conveyor belt station – separating, conveying, testing

High shelf storage station – handling, conveying, putting into storage

Processing station – handling, conveying, pressing

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Automation engineering

T 9.4

Modular mechatronic system

Conveyor belt station – separating, conveying, testing One separating magazine holds up to 10 stacked workpieces. A pneumatic cylinder pushes out the bottom workpiece of the stack onto the conveyor belt. A sensor monitors the filling status of the magazine. On a 680 mm long conveyor belt the workpieces are moved past four testing stations and their material properties are tested. For the testing of the material properties and the contour one optical sensor, one capacitive sensor, one inductive sensor and a pneumatic cylinder are used. The testing result is made available for further processing.

Conveyor belt The conveyor belt with a length of 680 mm, belt width of 50 mm. Sensor for the workpiece identification. Change of the belt movement direction via reversing contactor circuit.

Separation magazine Separation magazine for 10 cubes. Pneumatic pusher. Sensor-monitored filling status. Separation magazine for 10 cubes with pins. Pneumatic pusher. Sensor-monitored filling status.

Testing unit The testing unit comprises four testing stations for workpieces. Material identification by means of one optical sensor, one capacitive sensor and one inductive sensor. Contour identification by means of a pneumatic cylinder operating as a mechanical feeler.

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Automation engineering

T 9.4

Modular mechatronic system

Processing station – handling, transporting, pressing A three-axis handling system picks up workpieces by means of a vacuum suction cup and places them into a the work chamber of a pneumatic press. The workpieces are pressed by means of a pneumatic cylinder. The complete workpieces are transported to the next station.

Handling device 3-axis handling device. With two linear and rotary y-axes with vacuum suction cup. Rotary movement via geared motor and rotary transmitter up to 270° to the right-hand or left-hand side. Lifting axis with rotation-protected, double-acting cylinder.

Pneumatic press After inserting the workpiece, the safety gate closes and the workpiece is pressed by means of a pneumatic cylinder with a forced up to 100 N. A pneumatic cylinder pushes out the workpieces for further transportation. Safety walls from acrylic glass allow observation. Operation via two-hand safety trigger.

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Automation engineering

T 9.4

Modular mechatronic system

High shelf station – conveying, putting into storage The high shelf provides 20 places. The workpieces are transported by a Cartesian robot to their storage locations and placed there by a pneumatic arm. The positioning is performed by means of forked light barriers and micro-switches, the drive of the cradles is done by means of DC geared motors, toothed belts and threaded rod. By a combination with a vertical axis, and horizontal axis or robot, the workpieces can be placed into the storage shelf or removed from it.

Horizontal axis The horizontal axis for electromotoric transportation of workpieces. Linear transporter with a transport cradle drive via a geared motor and a toothed belt. Movement to the right and to the left by means of reversing contactor and relay. Positioning by means of a forked light barrier. Vertical axis Vertical axis for transportation and positioning. Vertical movement on the linear transporter by means of a trapeze thread rod and geared motor with reversing contactor circuit. Horizontal positioning by means of a pneumatic pusher. Programming of the stopping positions by means of light barriers. Storage shelf Shelf with 20 storage bays. Through a combination with a vertical axis, and horizontal axis or robot the workpieces can be placed into the storage shelf or removed from it.

Operating units Maintenance unit The maintenance function component group is composed of a pressure controller with a 3/2 way valve, manometer, lockable adjustment button and water separator. Operating panel On the operating panel there are 10 switches / buttons and one emergency-off switch. Operation of one or more function component groups or stations.

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Automation Technology

T 9.4

Modular mechatronics system

The extended conveyor belt station with PROFIBUS DP, AS interface and decentralized drive by means of frequency converter

Training Objectives ➔ PLC hardware configuration ➔ PROFIBUS ➔ AS-Interface ➔ Connection of an asynchronous motor ➔ Parameter settings of a frequency converter

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Automation Technology

T 9.4

Modular mechatronics system

Extensions to the conveyer belt station With Profi-CASSY the conveyor belt station is controlled decentrally via the PROFIBUS. By means of the DP/AS Interface Link sensors of all kinds up to the intelligent AS-i sensors are integrated in the PROFIBUS network. By means of the frequency converter activated via PROFIBUS, the conveyor belt motor is parameterised.

3-phase asynchronous motor on the conveyor belt

Extensions for the conveyor station and the cube assembly system EQUIPMENT LIST T 9.4.1.1

“AS-i” extension NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

7304101

DP/AS-i communications component group

1

7304121

AS-i connection module 4E

1

730413

AS-i set

1

730414

AS-i bus tester

Intelligent AS-i sensor

EQUIPMENT LIST T 9.4.1.2

Decentral drives extension NUMBER

CAT NO.

DESIGNATION

1

744612

Kit: 3-phase geared motor

1

735313

Industrial frequency converter 230V

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