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 Introduction  Engineering  Installation  Commissioning  Data modules  Diagnostics  Technical data  Application in safety functions  Legal notes

MANUAL ENGLISH

© Murrelektronik GmbH

for the Devices of the MVK-MPNIO Series Art. -No. 55254 | 55255 | 55256 | 55257 | 55264 | 55268 | 55269 | 55283 | 55287 | 55288 | 55289 | 55339 | 55528 | 555280 | 55529 | 555290


Art.-No.

Module Name

Manuual for use from Version Hardware Software

55264

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 M23 Hybrid

55268

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 PP

55269

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 PP

55283

MVK+ MPNIO DIO8 (DIO8) PP

55287

MVK MPNIO DI8 (DI8) 7/8”

55288

MVK MPNIO DIO8 (DI8) 7/8”

55289

MVK MPNIO DIO8 (DIO8) 7/8”

55339

MVK MPNIO DI8 DO8 FSU

55256

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF PP

55257

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF PP

55528

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT PP

55529

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT PP

555280

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT PP

555290

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT PP

55254

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF IRT PP

55255

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF IRT PP

3.00

1.00

3.51

4.00

User Manual for MVK MPNIO Article Number: 55374 Language EN Version 2.5 Edition 10_17

Contact: Murrelektronik GmbH Falkenstraße 3 71570 Oppenweiler GERMANY Fon

+49 7191 47-0

Fax

+49 7191 47-491000

info@murrelektronik.de


Table of Contents

Table of Contents Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Service & Support 1.2 Symbols 1.3 Designated Use 1.4 Qualified Personnel 2. Configuration 2.1 Power Supply 2.2 Recommended power supply units 2.3 Cable Cross Sections 2.4 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 2.5 PROFINET Conformance Classes 2.6 PROFINET IRT 2.7 Ethernet Switching Mechanisms 2.8 Media redundancy protocol (MRP) 2.9 Replaceability 3. Installation 3.1 Assembly 3.2 Overview of Connections 3.3 Connections 4. Setup 4.1 GSD File 4.2 Configuration with S7 Hardware Manager 4.3 Parameterization 4.4 SNMP 4.5 Manufacturer-specific channel diagnostics by Murrelektronik 4.6 New Profinet parameterizations 5. Data Modules 5.1 Data Module Overview 5.2 Relation between Channel Number and Pin/Socket 6. Diagnostics 6.1 LED Indicators 6.2 Diagnostic Messages to the Controller 7. Technical Data 7.1 General data 7.2 Mechanical data 7.3 Electrical data 8. Application in safety functions 8.1 Safety regulations 8.2 Safe wiring 9. Legal Provisions 9.1 Exclusion of Liability 9.2 Copyright 9.3 Right of Use

3 4 4 5 5 7 8 8 9 9 9 14 15 16 17 19 21 21 28 46 48 48 48 68 68 69 69 73 73 75 81 81 84 85 85 86 90 95 95 98 99 99 99 99

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Introduction

1. Introduction 1.1 Service & Support Sales

Our sales staff in the company, field service and technicians will support you at all times.

CONNECTIVITY System

Our system advisors are your competent contact persons if you want to de-

advisors

velop CONNECTIVITY solutions. They cooperate with you to find the best solutions for your electrical installations. Our CONNECTIVITY system advisors find ways that help you to permanently improve the competitiveness of your machines and plants.

Customer Service Cen-

Our staff of the Customer Service Center will help you with all questions

ter (CSC)

concerninginstallation and set-up. They support you, for example, if you haveproblems when combining hardware and software products of different manufacturers. There are numerous support tools and possibilities for measurements - both for fieldbus systems and electromagnetic interference. Please do not hesitate to call us on +49 (0) 7191 47-2050 or send us an e-mail to: support@murrelektronik.de

Service addresses

Murrelektronik GmbH has a policy of customer proximity, both national and international. Please visit our website to find your contact person: www.murrelektronik.com

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Introduction

1.2 Symbols This manual contains important information that has to be observed in order to guarantee safety and avoid material damage. This information is specially marked and illustrated as follows:

This symbol refers to important information.

Danger notices refer to information that, if you fail to observe, may result in damage to equipment and other objects or, if appropriate precautions are not taken, may result in danger to the user's health or life.

Hot surface warning symbol.

ďƒ¨ Refer to our Catalog or visit our website at www.murrelektronik.com

1.3 Designated Use Read this manual carefully before starting the equipment and keep it in a place that is accessible at any time for all users.

The products described in this manual were developed, manufactured, tested, and documented under strict compliance with safety standards. The equipment poses no danger to operating personnel or material if the handling instructions are complied with. The products meet the requirements of the EMC directive (2004/108/EC).

WARNING Devices from the MVK MPNIO series are not safety devices conforming to the relevant standards. Do not use the OFF state of the outputs to implement safety-related requirements of the system/machine.

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Articles 55255, 55339, 55529 and 555290 can be used as safely disconnectable products, subject to compliance with the instructions contained in this manual. Safety is ensured by an upstream safety relay.

The products are designed for use in industrial environments. A characteristic of the industrial environment is that the consumers are not directly connected to the public low voltage system. Additional precautions are required for use in residential, business, and commercial applications.

Troublefree and safe functioning of the product can only be assured through proper transportation, storage, installation, assembly, and operation with proper care and attention.

The designated operation of the equipment is only guaranteed with complete installation of the housing.

Good resistance to chemicals and oil. When using aggressive mediums, material resistance based on application must be checked.

The MVK metal field bus modules are very robust and due to the high protection class IP67 they are protected from dust, dirt, and most liquids without an additional housing. MVK-Metal is specially designed for harsh industrial applications directly in machines and systems. The field bus modules are not suitable for outdoor use, continuous operation in liquids or high pressure wash downs.

The power supply must meet the SELV 1 or standards. Power supplies according to EN 61558-2-6 (transformer) or EN 60950-1 (switch mode power supply) meet these requirements.

System configuration, installation, startup, maintenance, and testing of devices may only be performed by an accredited, trained electrician familiar with automation technology safety standards.

Current safety and accident prevention laws valid for a specific application must be observed in the configuration, installation, setup, maintenance and testing of the equipment.

Only cables and accessories are allowed that meet the requirements and regulations for safety, electromagnetic compatibility, temperature resistance and, where applicable, telecommunication transmission equipment and specifications.

1

SELV: Separated or safety extra-low voltage

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Introduction

Information regarding which cables and accessories are approved for the installation can be obtained from your local Murrelektronik branch office, and may also be found in this manual.

1.4 Qualified Personnel Requirements to be met by qualified personnel are based on qualification profiles described in ZVEI and VDM guidelines.

Only qualified electricians that are familiar with the contents of this manual may install and service the products described: "Weiterbildung in der Automatisierungstechnik" (Further Training in Automation Engineering), published by ZVEI and VDMA in the Maschinenbau-Verlag, P.O.Box 710864 in D-60498 Frankfurt, Germany.

These are specialists who are capable of assessing the work to be done and the possible dangers on account of their technical training, knowledge, experience, and knowledge of the relevant standards; or who have an identical level of knowledge equivalent to technical training since they have worked in the same area for many years.

Interventions in the hardware and software of our products, if not described in this manual, may only be carried out by Murrelektronik specialists.

Unqualified alteration of hardware or software, or disregard of the warnings given in this manual, may result in personal injury or serious damage to property.

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Configuration

2. Configuration 2.1 Power Supply Bus modules require a direct-voltage power supply of typically 24 VDC (SELV) which must comply with the regulations of conventional industrial power-utility companies.

In the following part numbers 55254, 55255, 55256, 55257, 55264, 55268, 55269, 55339, 55528, 55529, 555280 and 555290 galvanic isolation of voltage circuits is present. To optimize the noise immunity is recommended to use separated power supplies for sensors and actors. The supply should be via primary-switched or regulated power supplies.

The output of the power supply units depends on the number of connected electrical consumers and their output.

In any case, it must be ensured that the system voltage does not drop below 18 V DC viewed from the system power supplies and measured at the remotest slave. System response becomes unspecific if sensor and bus power supply drop below 18 V DC.

Primary switched-mode power supply units normally permit an increase in output voltage to the amount of the rated voltage in order to compensate for any power losses.

Modules with digital inputs support the direct connection of commercially available sensors. A separate power supply may be necessary for the sensors if the total power required is high due to the number of slaves or a high power draw of the sensors.

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Configuration

2.2 Recommended power supply units Primary switched-mode power supply units from Murrelektronik are specially designed to power automation systems. For this reason, we recommend them to power our modules.

Murrelektronik offers an extensive range of primary switched power supply units. Please refer to our catalogs or: www.murrelektronik.com

2.3 Cable Cross Sections For modules Art. Nos. 55287, 55288, 55289 and 55339 the maximum cable diameter is 1.5 mm². It is limited to this max. diameter by the 7/8" plug.

For modules Art. -No. 55254, 55255, 55264, 55256, 5557, 55268, 55269, 55528, 55529, 55283, 555280 and 555290, the maximum cable diameter is 2.5 mm². It is limited to this max. diameter by the push-pull plug.

2.4 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

These devices meet the requirements of EC Directive 2004/108/EC "Electromagnetic Compatibility".

The devices are Class A equipment. It may cause radio-frequency interferences in residential areas. In this case, the operator may be required to implement adequate countermeasures.

The devices described in this manual each meet the relevant standards for electromagnetic compatibility. However, this does not mean that their electromagnetic compatibility is still guaranteed when installed in a plant or machine.

For this reason, we urgently advise you to comply with the instructions on installation in accordance with EMC requirements below. Only then can you assume that the overall system complies with EMC requirements, provided CE-marked components are used exclusively.

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Configuration

2.4.1 Protection against Electrostatic Discharge

The products described in this manual contain complex semiconductor components which may be destroyed or damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD). Damage does not necessarily lead to immediate, detectable failure, or malfunction. These states may be even delayed, or occur sporadically. The generally accepted safety precautions for ESD sensitive devices must be observed when handling the devices. The following precautions must be taken:

Never plug or unplug connectors while the equipment is under power. If you are an operator, discharge any static charge you may be carrying just before you touch the equipment. For example, you can touch a grounded part of the machine, or wear an ESD discharge strap that is permanently connected to ground.

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Configuration

2.4.2 Grounding

A short (as short as possible), low-impedance connection between the grounding point and the reference ground is essential to divert interference voltages running between the device and reference ground. The inductivity of standard FE conductors is a high impedance for high-frequency interference voltages. For this reason, the use of grounding straps is advisable. If this is not possible, a fine-wire FE conductor should be selected with the largest possible cross section, and the connection to ground should be kept as short as possible.

2.4.3 Cable Routing

You can avoid EMC problems by observing elementary basic rules of cable routing: 

Route data lines as far as possible away from power lines.

Route data lines and power lines at least 10 cm apart.

Intersect data and power lines at right angles only.

Route data and power lines in separate, shielded compartments.

Remember the interference potential of other devices or lines when routing the cables.

Place frequency converters, motor lines, and other devices and lines that emit high-frequency interference at the greatest possible distance.

2.4.4 Voltage Drops

Short-term voltage drops normally do not pose operational problems as the electronics are protected by capacitors integrated in the power circuits. This does not apply to the power supply of the sensors and actuators connected to the module. Their high power requirement cannot be covered by the capacitors integrated in the device. For this reason, even transient interruptions of the actuator supply can result in undesirable switching operations.

Due to the integrated input filter, a change in the input signal of less than 1 ms does not cause a change of the input state signaled to the Master. Longer interruptions of the sensor supply may cause changes of the input signal.

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Configuration

2.4.5 Interference Suppression of Inductive Loads The outputs of the devices described in this manual have an integrated protective circuit that provides safety against high-energy interference voltages, such as those that occur when inductive consumers are switched.

Inductive load Bipolar suppressor diode

Fig. 1.

(e.g. solenoid valve)

Inductive Load

A suppressor diode helps to quickly reduce the energy stored in the inductive load of a magnetic field. Contrary to varistors, suppression with suppressor diodes offers two important advantages: •

No aging

Very fast response

The high voltages that occur when inductive loads are shut down result in strong fields in the cables with consequential faults in adjacent circuits or devices. Therefore we recommend for large distances between module output and load or for possible other reasons, an additional suppression of the inductive load. This causes the voltage spike generated by the inductive load to be short-circuited at the source.

Murrelektronik offers a wide selection of interference suppression components.

 Please refer to our catalog or visit:

www.murrelektronik.com

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Configuration

2.4.6 Other Measures and Limits

In some system configurations, the requirements for interference emission and immunity from interference can only be met with additional measures, or even not at all. In these cases, the EMC within the system is also dependent on the single components of other manufacturers. 

Mains filters are a suitable means of reducing line-conducted interference.



Various manufacturers offer optical-fiber converters. This data transmission technology is basically immune to EMC interferences. However, this does not apply to the electronic conversion circuits. For this reason, the use of optical fibers does not solve all EMC problems.

Our certified Rest Center will answer your questions regarding EMC. They will give advice on guaranteeing compliance with the EMC directive for the system you produce.

Murrelektronik Test Center, Grabenstrasse 27, 71570 Oppenweiler GERMANY Fon +49 (0) 71 91 47-0, Fax +49 (0) 71 91 491000, pruefzentrum@murrelektronik.de

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Configuration

2.5 PROFINET Conformance Classes The scope of functions supported by PROFINET IO is clearly divided into conformance classes (CC). These provide a practical summary of the various minimum properties. There are three conformance classes that build upon one another and are oriented to typical applications.

Fig. 2.

Structure of conformance classes (ref. PROFINET_system_description)

CC-A provides basic functions for PROFINET IO with RT communication. Cycle time typical starting at 2ms. Unmanaged Ethernet switches can be used in this class. Wireless communication is possible only in this class. All MVK MPNIO comply this class. For switches, the MURRELEKTRONIK unmanaged TREE switches can be used.

CC-B extends the concept to include network diagnostics via IT mechanisms as well as topology information. Cycle time typical starting at 2ms. A simple device swap is possible with the topology information and projected device name. All MVK MPNIO comply with this class. Murrelektronik TREE Unmanaged switches are transparent for this information. (LLDP protocol). But they can not participate to the PROFINET diagnostics and topology information. A switch can only be included int the topology of the PLC when it is a “PROFINET” managed switch.

The system redundancy function that is important for process automation is contained in an extended version of CC-B named CC-B(PA).

CC-C describes the basic functions for devices with hardware-supported bandwidth reservation and synchronization (IRT communication) and is thus the basis for isochronous applications. With the implementation of Isochronous Realtime (IRT) for Ethernet controllers, a cycle time of 250µs and a Jitter precision of less than 1µs are normal.

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Configuration

2.6 PROFINET IRT Isochronous real time (IRT) For PROFINET, a clock-synchronized data exchange by the transmission of data packages in regular time intervals of a few hundred milliseconds up to four milliseconds is defined by the IRT concept (isochronous real time). The beginning of a bus cycle is adhered to with the highest precision (jitter <=1Îźs). Each of the individual time intervals during the IRT communication is split into an IRT interval and an open standard interval which requires the use of special IRT switches.

Fig. 3.

Module in IRT

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Configuration

2.7 Ethernet Switching Mechanisms Store and forward

With this technique, the switch buffers the whole Ethernet frame from the input port and verifies it. After successful verification, the switch forwards the frame to the destination port according to its switching table.

Cut Through

To minimize switching times in Ethernet networks, the cut-through-switch reads only up to the frame's hardware address before starting to forwarding it. After receiving of the first bytes containing the MAC-address, the whole data frame is switched to the output port. Typical delay time for 100 Mbit/s is about 2Âľs. This technique is recommended for switch cascades with more than 30 nodes, especially when data frames bigger than the typical PROFINET 64Byte-frames are used in the network. All MVK+ MPNIO POF include a 2-port Ethernet cut-through switch.

MVK´s with a 2-Port Ethernet Cut-Through Switch:

from SW Version 3.51 Art.-Nr. 55256, 55257, 55283, 55339 --------------------------------------------------------from SW Version 4.0 Art.-Nr. 55254, 55255, 55528, 55529, 555280, 555290

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Configuration

2.8 Media redundancy protocol (MRP) The MRP protocol according to IEC 62439 describes PROFINET redundancy with a typical reconfiguring time of < 200 ms for communication paths with TCP/IP and RT frames after a fault. Error-free operation of an automation system involves a media redundancy manager (MRM) and several media redundancy clients (MRC) arranged in a ring.

Fig. 4.

Fig. 5.

MRM transmits test packets in both directions

MRM connects through, because it does not receive itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s test packets

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Configuration

The task of a media redundancy manager (MRM) is to check the functional capability of the configured ring structure. This is done by sending out cyclic test frames. As long as it receives all of its test frames again, the ring structure is intact. As a result of this behavior, an MRM prevents frames from circulating and converts a ring structure into a line structure. A media redundancy client is a switch that acts only as a "passer" of frames and generally does not assume an active role. It must have two switch ports in order to connect to other MRCs or the MRM in a single ring.

MVKs from SW-version < 3.50 can be configured as MRC. (Article no.: 55254, 55255, 55256, 55257, 55283, 55528, 55529, 555280 and 555290)

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Configuration

2.9 Replaceability Some modules of the MVK-MPNIO series are downward compatible. Single modules can be replaced according to the hierarchy shown in the illustration below. This reduces inventory: A module does not have to be replaced by a device of identical design, but can also be replaced by other modules that offer at least the same functionality. The adaptive software architecture of future products will also feature downward compatibility, thereby assuring spare parts supply.

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Configuration

Replaceability

Modules that cannot be replaced  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF IRT PP Art. -No. 55254 MVK-MPNIO DIO8(DIO8) 7/8”

 MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF IRT PP Art. -No. 55255

Art. -No.55289

 MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF PP Art. -No. 55256  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF PP MVK-MPNIO DIO8(DI8) 7/8” Art. -No. 55288

Art. -No. 55257  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 M23 Hybrid Art. -No. 55264  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 PP Art.- No. 55268

MVK-MPNIO DI8(DI8) 7/8” Art. -No. 55287

 MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 PP  Art. -No. 55269  MVK+ MPNIO DIO8(DIO8) PP  Art. -No. 55283  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 FSU  Art. -No. 55339  M MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT PP Art. -No. 55528  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT PP  Art. -No. 55529  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT PP Art. -No. 555280  MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT PP Art. -No. 555290

MVK-MPNIO DIO8 (DIO8) 7/8“ (Art. No. 55 289) can re-

These modules cannot be replaced by oth-

place other MVK-MPNIO 7/8“. This makes them suitable

ers.

as universal devices for service work.

Fig. 6.

MVK-MPNIO compatibility hierarchy

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Installation

2.9.1 Separate power supply The supply of sensors or actuators can be done via a common power supply. However, a separate supply to maximize the electromagnetic compatibility of the overall system is advantageous.

3. Installation 3.1 Assembly The MVK-MPNIO modules (PP, 7/8”, M23) can be directly mounted to a mounting wall or a machine. The module is provided with two fixing holes. Before attaching the module, it must be assured that the mounting surface is smooth and flat to prevent mechanical stress in the module housing

Fig. 7.

Fastening in mm (in.)

Fitting (keep to the sequence indicated) 1. Fit the upper screw M6 to tightening torque of 3 ±0,5 Nm (26.6±4.4 lbf-in.) 2. Align the case. 3. Fit the lower screw M6 to tightening torque of 3 ±0,5 Nm (26.6±4.4 lbf-in.)

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Installation

3.1.1 Mounting space For a proper installation and an improved warm derivation we recommend to keep to a least distance of 3 mm with the assembliy of MVK MPNIO.

3 mm

63±0,5 (2,48 ±0,02 in.)

63±0,5 (2,48 ±0,02 in.) Fig. 8.

Spacing for mounting two modules

Angled connectors from Murrelektronik require a minimum spacing of 50 mm.

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Installation

3.1.2 Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO PP

Fig. 9.

Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO PP

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Installation

3.1.3 Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO M23

Fig. 10.

Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO M23

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Installation

3.1.4 Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO 7/8“

25±0,5 (0,98 ±0,02 in.)

23±0,5 (0,91 ±0,02 in.) 63±0,5 (2,48 ±0,02 in.)

Fig. 11.

42±0,5 (1,65 ±0,02 in.) Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO 7/8“

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Installation

3.1.5 Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO POF PP

Fig. 12.

Dimensions MVK+ MPNIO POF PP

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Installation

3.1.6 Functional Earth The FE connection is located at the bottom of the module front side. The ground strap is pre-installed.

MVK 7/8"

MVK Push Pull A

B

M6

Fig. 13.

Mount

(A)

FE connection

Tighten the ground strap using a conductive screw M4 and washers to a tightening torque of 1.2 ±0,2 Nm (10.6 ±1.2 lbf-in.)

(B)

Remove the grounding strap and ensure grounding to the metal surface using a conductive M6 screw and toothed washer.

 The screws and the washers illustrated are not included in the scope of supply.

Ensure a low impedance connection between the FE connection at the housing and functional earth (ground) (see the information regarding EMC).

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Installation

3.2 Overview of Connections 3.2.1 DI8 DO8 M23 Hybrid Art. -No. 55264

Fig. 14.

Overview of connections DI8 DO8 M23 Hybrid Art. -No. 55264

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Installation

3.2.2 DI8 DI8 Push Pull Art. -No. 55268

Fig. 15.

Overview of connections DI8 DI8 PP Art. -No. 55268

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Installation

3.2.3 DI8 DO8 Push Pull Art. -No. 55269

Fig. 16.

Overview of connections DI8 DO8 PP Art. -No. 55269

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Installation

3.2.4 DI8 DI8 IRT Push Pull Art. -No. 55528

Fig. 17.

Overview of connections DI8 DI8 IRT PP Art. -No. 55528

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Installation

3.2.5 DI8 DI8 IRT PP Art.-No. 555280

A X3

X7 0

1

0

X6 0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

X1

A

B

X5

X0

4

Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5

2

1

1

X2

DI8

5

3

POWER IN

1

0

BUS

1

US F

POWER OUT

5 4 3 2 1

X4 0

24 V US DI GND US DI

POWER

5 4 3 2 1

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT PP

XD2

Pin 1 +24 V US / 12 A Pin 2 GND US Pin 3 +24 V UA / 12 A Pin 4 GND UA Pin 5 UL Rating max. 7 A

XD1

B

XF2

XF1

XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX

C

C 8

1

XF1 Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5 Pin 6 Pin 7 Pin 8 Fig. 18.

8

1

XF2 TX + TX RX + n.c. n.c. RX n.c. n.c.

Overview of connections DI8 DI8 IRT PP Art. -No. 555280

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Installation

3.2.6 DI8 DO8 IRT Push Pull Art. -No. 55529

Fig. 19.

Overview of connections DI8 DO8 IRT PP Art. -No. 55529

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3.2.7 DI8 DO8 IRT PP Art.-No. 555290

A

B

DO8 X3

X7 0

0

1

4

X6

X2 0

0

1

2

1

1

5

3

DI8

Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5

n.c. DO GND UA DO

DO:

UA / 2 A

B X5

X1 0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

C

POWER IN

POWER OUT

5 4 3 2 1

X4

X0

US F

24 V US DI GND US DI

1

A

BUS

Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5

POWER

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT PP

5 4 3 2 1

Art.-No. 555290 FSU XD2

Pin 1 +24 V US / 12 A Pin 2 GND US Pin 3 +24 V UA / 12 A Pin 4 GND UA Pin 5 UL Rating max. 7 A

XD1

C

XF2

XF1

XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX

D

D 8

1

XF1 Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5 Pin 6 Pin 7 Pin 8 Fig. 20.

8

1

XF2 TX + TX RX + n.c. n.c. RX n.c. n.c.

Overview of connections DI8 DO8 IRT PP Art. -No. 555290

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Installation

3.2.8 DIO8(DIO8) Push Pull Art. -No. 55283

Fig. 21.

Overview of connections DIO8(DIO8) PP Art. -No. 55283

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Installation

3.2.9 DI8(DI8) Art. -No. 55287 DIO8(DI8) Art. -No. 55288 DIO8(DIO8) Art. -No. 55289

Fig. 22.

Overview of connections Art.-No. 55287, 55288, 55289

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3.2.10 DI8 DO8 FSU Art. -No. 55339

Fig. 23.

Overview of connections Art. -No. 55339

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Installation

3.2.11 DI8 DI8 POF IRT PP Art.-No. 55254 DI8 DI8 POF PP Art.-No. 55256

P R O F

A

I

N E T

X3 0

1

1

1 X2

X6 0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

X1

X0

B

BUS

1 US

F

4

POWER IN

5 4 3 2 1

X4 0

1

5

24 V US DI GND US DI

A

X5

0

Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5

3

2

X7 0

DI8

POWER

5 4 3 2 1

XX-XX-XX-XX-XXX-00

B XF2

XF1

Pin 1 +24 V US / 12 A Pin 2 GND (US) Pin 3 +24 V UA / 12 A Pin 4 GND (UA) Pin 5 UL Rating max. 7 A

XD2

XD1

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF IRT PP

COM

C

POWER OUT

C

POF SC - RJ

RX TX

Fig. 24.

POF SC - RJ

RX TX

Overview of connections Art. -No. 55254, 55256

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3.2.12 DI8 DO8 POF IRT PP Art.-No. 55255 DI8 DO8 POF PP Art.-No. 55257

P R O F

A

I

N E T

DO8 X3

X7 0

4

X6 0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

X1

5

B C

X5

X0

2

1

1

X2

0

1

1 US

BUS F

3

DI8

Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5

n.c. DO GND UA DO

DO:

UA / 2 A

POWER IN

5 4 3 2 1

X4 0

POWER

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF IRT PP

Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5

24 V US DI GND US DI

POWER OUT

5 4 3 2 1

1

XD1

4 5

1

Pin 1 +24 V US / 12 A Pin 2 GND (US) Pin 3 +24 V UA / 12 A Pin 4 GND (UA) Pin 5 UL Rating max. 7 A

XD2

3

XX-XX-XX-XX-XXX-00

2

2

C

3 4 5

XF2

XF1

A

0

1

B

COM

D

D

POF SC - RJ

RX TX

Fig. 25.

POF SC - RJ

RX TX

Overview of connections Art. -No. 55255, 55257

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3.2.13 Connection of Digital Sensors and Actuators

Sensor and actuator cables must only be plugged and removed when the module is disabled. 2

1

Pin 1

+ 24 V

Sensor power supply

Pin 2

Function channel 1x

Parameterizable channel

Pin 3

0V

Ground

Pin 4

Function channel 0x

Parameterizable channel

Pin 5

FE

Functional earth (GND)

5 4

3

Fig. 26.

Assignment of M12 socket

Unused sockets must be fitted with blind caps in order to ensure IP67 protection.

3.2.14 Sensor Power Supply Sensors can be supplied via Pin 1 (+24 V) and Pin 3 (0 V) of the M12 sockets. The sensor supply of each M12 socket is secured. This fuse automatically resets when the current drops below 100 mA. If the current is > 100 mA, reset the device on the sensor power supply. The max. current draw for the sensor supply is 200 mA for each M12 socket. Please see the following derating diagram: Derating Sensor Power Supply 250

200

150 I / mA 100

50

0 0

10

20

30

40

50

60

T / °C

Fig. 27.

Derating sensor power supply

We recommend keeping to a cable diameter of min. 0.34mm² in order to ensure rapid switch-off in case of a short-circuit.

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3.2.15 Actuators Art.-No. 55283, 55288, 55289:

Each output can be loaded to a maximum of 1.6 A.

Derating 2,5 2

I/A

1,5

1 0,5 0 0

10

20

30

40

50

60

T/°C

Derating actuators Fig. 28.

Derating actuators

Art.-No. 55256, 55257, 55264, 55265, 55269, 55339:

Each output can be loaded to a maximum of 2.0 A. There is no derating within the permissible ambient temperature range. Derating 2,5

2

I/A

1,5

1

0,5

0 0

10

20

30

40

50

60

T/°C

Fig. 29.

Derating actuator outputs

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Art. -No 55529, 555290:

Each output can be loaded to a maximum of 2.0 A.

ď&#x192;˘ Observe the permissible ambient temperature for the total current of actuator outputs "See Fig. 30"

Fig. 30.

Derating for the total current of actuator outputs

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Reverse polarity of the actuator voltage can damage the module. The module may heat, depending on the load.

Art. -No. 55264: The total current may not exceed 9 A due to the maximum current carrying capacity of the power plug. If you loop through the actuator supply, make sure that the total current of all modules does not exceed 9 A.

Art. -No. 55254, 55255, 55256, 55257, 55268, 55269, 55283, 55528,555280, 55529, 555290: The total current may not exceed 12 A due to the maximum current carrying capacity of the power plug. If you loop through the actuator supply, make sure that the total current of all modules does not exceed 12 A.

Art. -No. 55287, 55288, 55289, 55339: The total current may not exceed 9 A due to the maximum current carrying capacity of the power plug. If you loop through the actuator supply, make sure that the total current of all modules does not exceed 9 A.

The outputs switch off when an overload or a short-circuit is detected. They remain switched-off even after the error is rectified. To clear the short-circuit memory, switch off the output via the controller or disconnect the power supply to the actuators.

We recommend not to exceed the following cable lengths in order to ensure fast switch-off in case of a short-circuit. max. 15 m incoming cable 1.5 mm²/2,5 mm² and max. 1.5 m actuator cable 0.75 mm² max. 10 m incoming cable 1.5 mm²/2,5 mm² and max. 1.5 mm² actuator cable 0.75 mm²

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3.2.16 Diagnostic input The digital inputs on Pin 2 of the M12 sockets can be parameterized as diagnostic input. If the signal 0 V is present at a diagnostic input, it is inversely displayed in the process map. At the same time a channelrelated diagnostic message "External Error" is generated via the PROFINET alarm information. The corresponding LED lights up red. This makes it possible to display errors of external equipment at the MVKMPNIO. Some suggestions are given in the following.

From SW version 4.0 this function is not applicable due to to simplidied parameterizing.

3.2.17 Connecting Sensors/Actuators with Diagnostic Output When sensors or actuators with diagnostic output are used (e.g. according to Desina standard), you can also evaluate this diagnostic signal, and process and represent it in the controller or visualization unit using a conventional I/O system.

In this case, there is no visual error display close to the defective sensor which might also be installed in a non-visible location. The visual signal at the M12 socket of the MVK-MP facilitates on-site troubleshooing.

This helps to detect: 

front surface damage

defective electronics, and

cable breaks

Fehler! Es ist nicht möglich, durch die Bearbeitung von Feldfunktionen Objekte zu erstellen.

Fig. 31.

Connection of Sensors/Actuators with Diagnostic Output

From SW version 4.0 this function is not applicable due to to simplidied parameterizing.

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3.2.18 Cable Break Monitoring

With the M12 diagnostic adapter; Murrelektronik offers a simple tool for monitoring M12 cables to the sensors and actuators for cable breaks on Wires 1 and 2, in case Desina sensors or actuators are not used.

Fig. 32.

Cable Break Monitoring

This function is supported from MVK up to SW version 3.5.

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3.3 Connections 3.3.1 Connecting PROFINET Cables

On modules 55287, 55288, 55289 and 55339 only bus cables with M12 D-coded connectors can be used.

The bus connection for modules 55268, 55528,555280, 55269, 55529, 555290 and 55283 is a RJ-45 in push-pull design.

The bus connection for modules 55254, 55255, 55256, 55257 and 55283 is a SC-RJ (POF) connector in push-pull design.

The bus connection for the module 55264 is a M23 hybrid plug.

For correct selection of cables, please refer to document "PROFINET Cabling and Interconnection Technology“. In addition, please comply with the corresponding installation guidelines of the "PNO Association" (Profibus user organization).

We recommend our pre-wired PROFINET cables in order to ensure simple and reliable wiring. Please refer to our Catalogs or visit www.murrelektronik.com

Connecting to MVK-MPNIO 

Connect functional earth (GND) to the FE connection on the housing

Connect incoming PROFINET cables to a bus connection

Connect a possible additional PROFINET cable to the other bus connection

or close off the open bus connection with a blind plug.

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3.3.2 Supply voltage connection

If the polarity of the power supply is reversed, the module may be damaged. For this reason, we recommend using pre-assembled cables from Murrelektronik.

Connecting the power supply to the module

The power supply on the module is needed for the supply of actuators and sensors. The electronic system of the MK-MPNIO is supplied with power via the sensor power supply.

The sensor power supply must not have a switchable design. It supplies the module electronics with power.

When the modules 55255, 55339, 55529 and 555290 are used in safety functions, the actuator supply voltage must be switched on all poles via a safety relay (see chapter 8.1)

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4. Setup 4.1 GSD File The operation of the equipment described in this manual requires a GSD file in GSDML format.

GSDML-Vx.x-Murrelektronik-MVK_MPNIO-JJJJMMTT.xml

Import the GSD file to the corresponding configuration tool before starting up the device. The GSD file can be downloaded in the Murrelektronik online shop by entering the article number under â&#x20AC;&#x153;Technical Dataâ&#x20AC;?: www.murrelektronik.com

4.2 Configuration with S7 Hardware Manager This chapter explains the HW configuration as an example (hardware setup software of the Siemens Simatic S7 Manager) to show how a MVK-MPNIO is configured and parameterized.

4.2.1 General Information A PROFINET device must be configured in order to define the quantity of I/O data and to reserve addresses in the controller.

The MVK-MPNIO is a compact device in the physical sense. In the PNIO system, however, it is considered a modular system. This modular system consists of a "virtual" head module, which is followed by "virtual" user data, and "virtual" diagnostic modules.

First, the head module is added to the virtual bus, similar to a modular set. Head modules always have data length zero and are used to identify and parameterize the module. They are related to the Part No. of the corresponding MVK-MPNIO.

Each head module is automatically followed by an energy supply module on socket 1. The diagnostic is reported to the power supply units via this module.

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The user data modules can then be connected in any required order. Each user data module has a data length of one byte. An individual address can be assigned to each of the user data modules in the PLC process image.

MVK-MPNIO not only offers the possibility of transferring diagnostic information in acyclic diagnostic telegrams, it can also include this information in the cyclic data exchange as well as the user data. This is performed using the diagnostic modules.

The advantages are: 

Access to the diagnostic information is given in the same way, independently of the PN controller used.

The diagnostic information is available in the process image and can be evaluated quickly and easily.

No need for inconvenient operation with special diagnostic function blocks.

Only as much memory in the I/O range is used as is required in the process image of the controller.

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4.2.2 Project MVK-MPNIO

Fig. 33.

Select “MVK-MPNIO”

You will find the MVK in the hardware catalog of the Simatic Manager under PROFINET IO --> "Additional Field Devices" --> "I/O". Mark the relevant “MVK-MPNIO” in the hardware catalog and drag the entry to the virtual PROFINET string, while keeping the left mouse button depressed.

You will find MVK with PROFINET MRP function in folder V3.5 and V4.0 You will find MVK with IRT function in folder V4.0 You will find MVK with Shared Device-Function in folder V4.0

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Fig. 34.

Parameterizing the MVK

When the requested MVK is added to the PROFINET IO system, it can be parameterized. Parameterization takes place via the virtual head module on socket 0. Double-click to open the dialog box of the module characteristics. Parameterize the module in the tab "Parameter". For further information about parameters, please refer to Section Parameterization.

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Fig. 35.

Adding virtual modules

After the module is parameterized, the required virtual modules can be added. The available modules are divided into two categories. You will find the modules for the exchange of I/O data in the folder "User data modules". If required, you can add diagnostic modules in addition to the user data modules. The meaning of the individual data modules is explained in Chapter 4.

There are two different ways to represent user data.

The first variant is pin-based: All signals on pin 4/2 are collected in one byte. The second variant is socket-based: All signals of sockets 0 to 3 and 4 to 7 are collected. In a mixed configuration, I/O exchange is blocked and a diagnostic is generated for the modules affected. Therefore, it is very important to make a strict distinction between pin-based and socket-based modules.

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4.2.3 Parameterization of Fast Start-Up

In some applications, e.g. a tool change on robots, it is essential to have a fast start-up of the module.

All MVK-MPNIO's support the prioritized start-up specified by PROFINET from firmware Version 3.00 or higher (FSU - Fast Start-Up).

The hardware of the modules 55254, 55255, 55256, 55257, 55264, 55268, 55269,55528, 555280, 55529, 555290+ and 55339 is optimized. These modules achieve start-up times of <500 ms.

The modules 55283, 55287, 55288 and 55289 achieve start-up times of >500 ms.

In the first step, activate the MVK-MPNIO for prioritized start-up. This is done in the "Properties" window of socket X1. Tick the box "Prioritized start-up" in the "General" tab (see figure below).

Fig. 36.

Parameterization of Fast Start-Up

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In the next step, the bus connections port1 and port2 are parameterized. Contrary to the conventional PROFINET, no connection parameters between the individual PNIO devices need be negotiated to enable FSU. These parameters are assigned in the configuration.

The corresponding parameters of Ports X1 P1 and/or X1 P2 are set in "Properties" tab. In the "Options" tab, two parameters must be set: the transmission medium and the transmission speed. This is done in a list box. For MVK-MPNIO modules, select the setting "TP/ITP at 100 Mbit/s full duplex". Then tick the box "Disable autonegation". This prevents the device from automatically negotiating the parameter already set.

Auto MDI is activated. From version 3.12 the ports are set as followes: Port 1: MDI Port 2: MDI X

Fig. 37.

Parameterizing bus terminals Port1 and Port2

Now all settings required for the FSU function are completed.

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When using a device configured with FSU you must ensure that the corresponding ports of the connected PNIO devices have the autonegation function disabled and the 100 Mbit/s full duplex parameterized. Otherwise, FSU is not possible.

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4.2.4 Topology Setting PROFINET offers various functions, diagnostic and maintenance options that are based on the existing topology. All MVK-MPNIO modules support the topology setting and the automatic topology recognition by the engineering tool.

Below we give an example of how to set the topology for MVK-MPNIO modules. Setting the connected adjacent devices is performed via the ports X1 P1 and X1 P2, which represent the physical interfaces.

In the "Topology" tab, "Partner Port", there is a list of all possible ports of other devices contained in the project.

Fig. 38.

Setting the topology

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4.2.5 Identification of Individual Devices in the Network The identification of PNIO devices is performed using their MAC address and the device type. If you want to install several modules of the same type, they have to be clearly differentiated.

Fig. 39.

Identifying individual devices in the network

All modules available in the network can be loaded and selected using the configuration tool. Use the path below in the HW config to search the network for accessible devices. Target system --> Ethernet --> Edit Ethernet node --> Search

Identification is made using a blink test. This test causes the Cfg F-LED of the selected MVK MPNIO to flash at a rate of 2 Hz. Mark an available device and select the Flash option.

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4.2.6 Factory settings of the MVK-MPNIO - MAC address:

00-0F-9E-xx-xx-xx

- IP address:

0.0.0.0

- Device type:

MVK PROFINET

- Name of device:

The device name is unassigned in the factory settings.

4.2.7 Assigning Device Name and IP Addresses After a module is positively identified, a device name can be assigned. The IP address is automatically assigned by the PNIO controller via DCP (Discovery and Configuration Protocol).

Fig. 40.

Issuing device names and IP addresses

The Simatic S7 Manager now displays the MVK-MPNIO data found.

With PROFINET I/O, it is absolutely necessary to assign a unique name to each device. Address and name resolution is only controlled by the name that is stored permanently in the device.

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The address and name resolution is only regulated using the name that is stored in a nonvolatile memory. After entering a name, click on "Assign Name".

You can issue the MVK module with an IP address that can be saved in a nonvolatile memory in the module. Then enter the required IP address and the subnet mask to be uses. Finally click on "Assign IP Configurationâ&#x20AC;&#x153;. Alternatively, if you want to select the IP address automatically by DHCP Server, mark the suboption accordingly.

The "Reset to Factory Settings" function clears the previous settings and restores the defaults.

IP address: 0.0.0.0 Device name: (empty)

4.2.8 Plan MRP

In some applications, ring tolopolgies are used to increase the availability. Starting with Firmware version 3.50 together with GSD 2.25 or higher all MVK MPNIO support the media redundancy protocol (MRP). MRP is at the moment implemented in modules 55254, 55255, 55339, 55283, 55256, 55257, 55528, 555280, 55529 und 555290.

With SW-Version <3.50 MRP is not supported.

In step 7, for a ring configuration, 2 ports of a Profinet Managed Switche must be set as ring manager and all fieldbus device (MVKs) must be set as ring clients. FSU can not be set for a ring client.

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Fig. 41.

Fig. 42.

Setting Up MRP Manager

Setting Up MRP Client

If the media redundancy is set up, the IO cylce time has to be parameterized for all ring stations, including the switch. The typical reconfiguration time is < 200ms. Depending on the PLC, the RT requirements and the expansion of the system can be set up in the following window of the IO cycle times and factors.

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Fig. 43.

Set Up of MRP Cycle Times

4.2.9 Optical Data Transfer in Profinet

For optical data transfer with polymer optic fibers (POF) a SCRJ connector is specified that can be used for PROFINET and the 1mm POF. PROFINET allows a max. cable (segment) length of 50m.

Murrelektronik Art. -No. 55256 and 55257 are fieldbus distributors with optical connections, repeater function and digital in/outputs. The FIBER OPTIC transceiver supports the required diagnostic functions from PROFINET. In the following drawing, you can see the diagnostic values of the product group MVK+ MPNIO POF.

In the following drawing, you can see the diagnostic values of the MVK+ MPNIO POF modules.

System reserve: ex.: 15dB. Cable length 6.75m (conforming to a signal run time of 37ns).

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Fig. 44.

Modules MVK_MPNIO POF

For maintenance needs two POF-diagnostic alarms can be displayed.

Fig. 45.

Maintenance requirements_MPNIO POF

Maintenance required: The fiber optic system reserve is under the 2 dB edge. It could be suggested to change or clean the fiber optic cable system

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Fig. 46.

Maintenance requirements_MPNIO POF

Maintenance demanded: The fiber optic system reserve is approx. 0 dB. The data connection is short from failure. The related cable must be changed as soon as possible.

These diagnostic alarms (maintenance requirements) are only activated in the S7 project if the settings of the fiber optic ports are set to: Automatic Settings (monitor).

Fig. 47.

Port Settings POF

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4.2.10 Plan Shared Device Beginning with version 4.0 MVK can be planned in a shared device project..

Step 1. Start project with two PLC:

Fig. 48.

HW config with two PLC

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Step 2. Insert MVK module (at least SW version 4.0) and do the config.

Fig. 49.

HW config MVK in 1st PLC

Step 3. Copy module in 2nd HW config (via â&#x20AC;&#x17E;Paste Shared)

Fig. 50.

HW config MVK in 2nd PLC

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. Fig. 51.

HW properties in the 2nd PLC

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Step 5 Define in the register â&#x20AC;&#x17E;Accessâ&#x20AC;&#x153; the shared I/O part fort the 2nd PLC .

Fig. 52.

Shared Access

Step 6. Save an Compile in the second PLC. Then the device is shared.

Fig. 53.

Shared Device access with two PLC

Always save the project. It is not possible to save when no I/0 is configured/shared in the object. Changes on shared modules will be adopted in the second PLC after saving. The display can show inconsistent data.

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4.3 Parameterization This chapter explains the parameterization possibilities.

1

Parameters

Description

Signal / do not signal global diagnostics

Enables / disables all module diagnostics. If all diagnostics are disabled, the parameter settings 2 to 5 are ignored.

2

Signal / do not signal channel diagnostics

Enables / disables all channel diagnostics Actuator short circuit Actuator warning Sensor short-circuit Peripheral error

3

4

5

Signal / do not signal undervoltage of

Enables / disables signaling undervoltage of

bus/sensor supply

bus/sensor supply

Signal / do not signal undervoltage of

Enables / disables signaling undervoltage of

bus/sensor supply

bus/sensor supply

Signal / do not signal breakdown of actua-

Enables / disables signaling no actuator supply

tor supply 6

Function channel 00 .. 17

Selection between NO input NC input Diagnostic input (Channel 10..17) Output

4.4 SNMP All MVK MPNIO are able to send an SNMP message on request. SNMPv2-MIB::sysDescr.0 Objekt (1.3.6.1.2.1.1.1.0).

Content of the SNMP message: Murrelektronik, MVK ProfiNet, article no., HW-version, SW-version, MAC-adress. or: Murrelektronik, MVK-MPNIO, article no., HW-version, SW-version, MAC-adress.

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4.5 Manufacturer-specific channel diagnostics by Murrelektronik

Error

Dec

Hex

Undervoltage bus/sensor supply

1792

700

Actuator shut-off

256

100

Actuator warning

512

200

External error

768

300

Undervoltage actuator supply

1024

400

No actuator power supply

1280

500

Sensor supply short-circuit

1536

600

Configuration error

2048

800

Application error

2304

900

4.6 New Profinet parameterizations These new parameters are available in the following modules as of the indicated firmware version and the GSDML version. The new firmware states are compatible with the old GSDML and have the same functions as the previous versions.

Article

Designation

FW:

Configuration file

No. 55254

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF IRT PP

55255

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF IRT PP

3.5.7

55256

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF PP

4.0.4

55257

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF PP

55528

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT Push Pull

55529

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT Push Pull

555280

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT Push Pull

555290

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT Push Pull

4.0.8

4.0.8

GSDML-V2.3-Murrelektronik-MVK_MPNIO-20160613-095000

GSDML-V2.3-Murrelektronik-MVK_MPNIO-20160613-095000

GSDML-V2.3-Murrelektronik-MVK_MPNIO-20160928-093000

GSDML-V2.3-Murrelektronik-MVK_MPNIO-20160928-093000

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4.6.1 Adjustable threshold for undervoltage alarms US1 By means of a parameterization, the threshold for undervoltage can be set to another value than the default value. For this, there is a specific selection parameter for US and UA which can be used to set the threshold to a value between 17.5 V and 20 V in increments of 0.5 V. This parameter is only available for "Device" but not for "Shared". The hysteresis to delete the alarm remains on 0.5 V. An improvement of the measuring accuracy of the existing circuit is not required. With the "old" GSDML (see PN certificate), the default threshold of the module is maintained.

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4.6.2 Parameterization filter time inputs With the help of a parameter, the filter time for inputs can be defined. Since the reading back of the outputs is realized via the inputs, this procedure will also be affected by this filter time. If no special parameterization is made, the default value specified in the firmware (1 ms) will be used. With the "old" GSDML, the default value of the module is maintained.

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4.6.3 Parameterization global diagnostics The undervoltage diagnostics of the actuator voltage can be set at discretion. This is valid for the DI8 DO8 variants (#55255; #55257; #55529; #555290)

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5. Data Modules 5.1 Data Module Overview The I/O data of the MVK-MPNIO are compiled from a list of virtual data modules. Bit assign-

Virtual head modules

Data capacity

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF IRT PP gs* 55254

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF IRT PP gs 55255

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 M23 gs 55264

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 POF PP gs 55256

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 PP gs 55268

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 POF PP gs 55257

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 PP gs 55269

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DIO8(DIO8) PP 55283

0

-

MVK-MPNIO DI8(DI8) 7/8” 55287

0

-

MVK-MPNIO DIO8(DI8) 7/8” 55288

0

-

MVK-MPNIO DIO8(DIO8) 7/8” 55289

0

-

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 7/8” gs FSU 55339

0

-

Data capacity

Bit assign-

ment

MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT PP gs 55528 MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DI8 IRT gs 555280 MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT PP gs 55529 MVK+ MPNIO DI8 DO8 IRT gs 555290 Virtual supply module

ment Power supply module

0

-

Virtual user data modules

Data capacity

Bit assignment

Inputs Pin 4

1 byte

Inputs/diagnostic Pin 2

1 byte

Outputs Pin 4

1 byte

Outputs Pin 2

1 byte

Inputs socket 0..3

1 byte

Inputs socket 4..7

1 byte

Outputs socket 0..3

1 byte

Outputs socket 4..7

1 byte

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gs*

Virtual diagnostic modules

Data capacity

Bit assignment

Peripheral fault socket

1 byte

Sensor supply short-circuit

1 byte

Actuator disable Pin 4

1 byte

Actuator disable Pin 2

1 byte

Actuator warning Pin 4

1 byte

Actuator warning Pin 2

1 byte

Station diagnostics

1 byte

galvanic separation The user data modules are divided into pin-based ( and ) and socket-based ( and ) modules. If there is a mixed configuration with pin-based and socket-based modules, the I/O data exchange is blocked and a diagnostic report is generated for the modules affected.

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5.2 Relation between Channel Number and Pin/Socket By means of the channel number, you can define the socket and the associated pin. Example: The channel number is 12, this corresponds to Pin 2 (x=1) of socket no. 2 (Y=2).

Channel number = XY

X

X=0

Pin 4

X=1

Pin 2

Y = 0 to (no. of sockets)

Y

Number of socket

Bit Assignment ď ľ

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

M12 Socket 0 Channel 00 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 1 Channel 01 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 2 Channel 02 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 3 Channel 03 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 4 Channel 04 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 5 Channel 05 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 6 Channel 06 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 7 Channel 07 (Pin 4)

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Bit Assignment ď ś 7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

M12 Socket 0 Channel 10 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 1 Channel 11 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 2 Channel 12 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 3 Channel 13 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 4 Channel 14 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 5 Channel 15 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 6 Channel 16 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 7 Channel 17 (Pin 2)

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Bit Assignment ď ˇ Peripheral Fault Socket and Sensor Supply

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

M12 Socket 0

M12 Socket 1

M12 Socket 2

M12 Socket 3

M12 Socket 4

M12 Socket 5

M12 Socket 6

M12 Socket 7

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Bit Assignment ď ¸

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

M12 Socket 0 Channel 00 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 0 Channel 10 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 1 Channel 01 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 1 Channel 11 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 2 Channel 02 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 2 Channel 12 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 3 Channel 03 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 3 Channel 13 (Pin 2)

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Bit Assignment ď š

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

M12 Socket 4 Channel 04 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 4 Channel 14 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 5 Channel 05 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 5 Channel 15 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 6 Channel 06 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 6 Channel 16 (Pin 2)

M12 Socket 7 Channel 07 (Pin 4)

M12 Socket 7 Channel 17 (Pin 2)

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Bit Assignment ď ş

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Undervoltage sensor/bus supply

Undervoltage actuator supply

No actuator voltage

External error

Sensor short-circuit

Actuator short-circuit

Actuator warning

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6. Diagnostics 6.1 LED Indicators Channel-related diagnostics are displayed at the M12 socket via the LED assigned to this particular channel. The following tables show the relationship between cause of error and LED display. Depending on the parameterization of the channel, the LED indicators have different meanings.

6.1.1 Modules with Digital Inputs Every input and output has a separate status display. It is labeled with '00 to 07' or '10 to 17'. It is located next to the corresponding M12 socket and allows easy mapping to the status of the peripheral components such as sensors and actuators.

Voltage at Input N/O input

Logic Value

LED Indicator

0V

0

off

24 V

1

yellow

0V

1

off

24 V

0

yellow

0V

1

red

24 V

0

off

-

-

red

N/C input

Diagnostic input

Short-circuit at sensor

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6.1.2 Modules with Digital Outputs

Output

Actu0ator disable Actuator warning

Logic Value

Voltage at Output

0

0V

off

1

24 V

yellow

1

0V

red

0

24 V

red

Diagnostic Message

Possible Cause

Short-circuit (of sensor

Overload or short circuit of sensor

power supply)

power supply to 0V.

Actuator warning Channel Actuator disable

External Error

LED Indicator

Action Check sensor cable or check sensor for short-circuit, if necessary replace.

Short-circuit of output signal to

Check wiring. Possibly sensor

24V.

plugged into actuator slot.

Overload or short-circuit of output signal to 0V. Diagnostic acc. to DESINA specification. 24V at Pin2 missing.

Check wiring or actuator. Check DESINA sensor and DESINA cable, if necessary, replace.

6.1.3 Diagnostics of the Power Supply Voltages The status display for bus, sensor, and actuator power supply is defined on the module by US and UA. The following states are possible:

Voltage US

US LED

> 17.5 volts

lights up green

> 12 volts, <17.5 volts

lights up red

<12 volts

off

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Voltage UA

UA LED

> 17.5 volts

lights up green

0 volts

off

0 volts

FAULT LED (Push Pull housing) lights up red

6.1.4 Diagnostic BUS RUN-LED BUS RUN

indicates condition of the field bus.

BUS RUN

LED

Device is in operational state with PLC

lights up green

Device has no connection to the PLC

flashing green

Device is switched off

off

6.1.5 Diagnostic CfgF-LED CfgF

indicates condition of the PLC configuration.

CfgF-LED

LED

Config Fault

lights up red

Device config is faultless

off

6.1.6 Diagnose LNK-LEDs (LNK P1, LNK P2) LNK

indicates state of the physical Profinet ports.

LNK

LED

Ethernet Link physical active

lights up green

Profinet Device localization

flashing green (0.5 Hz)

Activity frequency

flashing orange

No connection

off

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6.1.7 Diagnostic DIA POF-LEDs Transmission quality POF

LED

Good laser signal strength

lights up green

Maintenance required <2dB

lights up yellow

Maintenance demanded 0dB

lights up red

6.2 Diagnostic Messages to the Controller 6.2.1 Assignment between Diagnostics and Virtual Modules

1

Diagnostic Message

Virtual Module

External error

Inputs pin 4 / Inputs pin 2 or Inputs slot 0..3 / Inputs slots 4..7

2

Short-circuit at sensor

Inputs pin 4 / Inputs pin 2 or Inputs slot 0..3 / Inputs slot 4..7

3

Actuator disable

Outputs pin 4 / Outputs pin 2 or Outputs slot 0..3 / Outputs slot 4..7

4

Actuator warning

Outputs pin 4 / Outputs pin 2 or Outputs slot 0..3 / Outputs slot 4..7

5

Undervoltage sensor supply

Power supply module

6

Undervoltage actuator supply

Power supply module

7

No actuator power supply

Power supply module

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Technical Data

7. Technical Data 7.1 General data EMC EN 61131-2 EN 61000-4-2 ESD

Contact ±4 kV, air ±8 kV

E EN 61000-4-3 RF-Field + GSM

10 V/m

EN 61000-4-4 Burst

±2 kV

EN 61000-4-5 Surge

asym./symmetrical ±500 V (DC power input) asym. ±1 kV (signal connections)

EN 61000-4-6 HF asymmetrical

10 V

EN 50011-1 interference strength

QP 40 dBµV/m (30 - 230 MHz) QP 47 dBµV/m (230 - 1000 MHz) class A

Ambient Conditions Operating temperature

0°C ... +55°C

Storage temperature

-25°C … +70°C

Protection acc. to EN 60529

IP67, IP65

Materials Housing

zinc die casting, matte nickel plated

M12 O ring

Viton, green

O-Ring 7/8“

NBR, black

Light comb + light ring

PC

Materials of the push-pull connection?

Grouted ... 2K PU cast resin

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Technical Data

7.2 Mechanical data

DI8 DO8 Art. -No. 55264

Mechanical Ambient Conditions Vibration acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-6

10 … 60 Hz; const. Amplitude 0.35 mm 60 … 150 Hz; const. acceleration 10 g

Shock acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-27

Shock acceleration: 30g Shock duration: 11ms

Connections Supply cable

2 x M23 Hybrid (male and female)

Data cable

2 x M23 Hybrid (male and female)

Outputs and diagnostic inputs

8 x M12 connector (female) 5-pin A-coded

KSR

2 x M12 connector (female) 5-pin B-coded

Torques M12 Round Plug Connectors

0.6 Nm

M23 Round Plug Connectors

3.5 Nm

M6 fixing screw

3.0 Nm

Miscellaneous Dimensions (LxWxH)

225 x 63 x 51.5 mm

Mounting clearance

208.5 ±0.5 mm

Weight

975 g

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DI8 DI8 POF PP Art. -No. 55254, 55256 DI8 DO8 POF PP Art. -No. 55255, 55257

Mechanical Ambient Conditions Vibration acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-6

10 … 60 Hz; const. Amplitude 0.35 mm 60 … 150 Hz; const. acceleration 5 g

Shock acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-27

Shock acceleration: 10g Shock duration: 11ms

Connections Supply cable

2 x Push Pull Power (female)

Data cable

2 x RJ45 Push Pull

Outputs and diagnostic inputs

8 x M12 connector (female) 5-pin A-coded

Torques M12 Round Plug Connectors

0,6 Nm

M6 fixing screw

3 Nm

Sonstiges Dimensions (LxWxH)

225 x 63 x 56.2 mm

Mounting clearance

208.5 ±0.5 mm

Weight

975 g

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DI8 DI8 Art.-No. 55268, 55528 DI8 DO8 Art. -No. 55269, 55529 DIO8(DIO8) Art.-No. 55283

Mechanical Ambient Conditions Vibration acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-6

10 … 60 Hz; const. Amplitude 0.35 mm 60 … 150 Hz; const. acceleration 10 g

Shock acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-27

Shock acceleration: 30g Shock duration: 11ms

Connections Supply cable

2 x Push Pull Power (female)

Data cable

2 x RJ45 Push Pull

Outputs and diagnostic inputs

8 x M12 connector 5-pin A-coded (female)

Torques M12 Round Plug Connectors

0,6 ±0,1 Nm

M6 fixing screw

3.0 Nm

Miscellaneous Dimensions (LxWxH)

225 x 63 x 42,7 mm

Mounting clearance

208.5 ±0.5 mm

Weight

975 g

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DI8(DI8) Art.-No. 55287 DIO8(DI8) Art.-No. 55288, DIO8(DIO8) Art.-No. 55289 DI8 DO8 FSU Art. -No. 55339

Mechanical Ambient Conditions Vibration acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-6

10 … 58 Hz; const. Amplitude 0.35 mm 58 … 150 Hz; const. acceleration 20 g

Shock acc. to EN 60068 Part 2-27

Shock acceleration: 50g Shock duration: 11ms

Connections Supply cable

2 x connector 7/8" (female / male)

Data cable

2 x M12 connector 4-pin D-coded (female)

Outputs and diagnostic inputs

8 x M12 connector 5-pin A-coded (female)

Torques M12 Round Plug Connectors

0.6 Nm

7/8" Round Plug Connectors

1.5 Nm

M6 fixing screw

3.0 Nm

Miscellaneous Dimensions (LxWxH)

225 x 63 x 39 mm

Mounting clearance

208.5 ±0.5 mm

Weight (55287, 55288, 55289)

760 g

(55339)

800 g

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Technical Data

7.3 Electrical data DI8 DO8 Art. -No. 55264

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DCP

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V DC

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V DC

Current consumption (without inputs)

≤150 mA at 24 V DC

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse, up to 100 mA load automatic start from 100 mA load reset required

Tripping time multifuse

1 s at IK ≥1 A and 23 °C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics No. of inputs

8

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristic

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Reverse polarity protection Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

No

Actuators

No

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Outputs No. of outputs

8

Nominal current

2.0 A

Max. total current

9A

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Cable length

0.75 mm² max. 10 m 0.34 mm² max. 5 m

Cable diameter

max. 1.5 mm²

Signal delay

2 to 5 ms

Max. switching frequency at resistive load

20 Hz

Max. lamp load

10 W

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Technical Data

DI8 DI8 Art. -No. 55254, 55256, 55268, 55528, 555280

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DHCP

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V DC

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V DC

Current consumption (without inputs)

<150 mA at 24 V DC

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse, up to 100 mA load automatic start from 100 mA load reset required

Tripping time multifuse

1s at IK â&#x2030;Ľ1 A and 23°C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics No. of inputs

16

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristics

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Reverse polarity protection 55268, 55528 Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

No

Actuators

No

Reverse polarity protection 55254, 55256, 555280 Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

Yes

Actuators

Yes

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Technical Data

DI8 DO8 Art. -No. 55255, 55257, 55269, 55529, 555290

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DHCP

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V

Current consumption (without inputs)

<150 mA at 24 V DC

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse, up to 100 mA load automatic start from 100 mA load reset required

Tripping time multifuse

1s at IK â&#x2030;Ľ1 A and 23°C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics No. of inputs

8

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristics

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

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Technical Data

Reverse polarity protection 55269 Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

No

Actuators

No

Reverse polarity protection 55255, 55257, 55529, 555290

Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

Yes

Actuators

Yes

Outputs No. of outputs

8

Nominal current

2.0 A

Max. total current

12 A

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Cable length

0.75 mm² max. 10 m 0.34 mm² max. 5 m

Cable diameter

max. 1.5 mm²

Signal delay

2 to 5 ms

max. Max. switching frequency at inductive load

20 Hz

Max. lamp load

10 W

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Technical Data

DIO8(DIO8) Art. -No. 55283

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DHCP

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V DC

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V DC

Current consumption (without inputs)

<150 mA

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse, up to 100 mA load automatic start from 100 mA load reset required

Tripping time multifuse

1s at IK â&#x2030;Ľ1 A and 23°C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics Max. no. of inputs

16

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristics

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Reverse polarity protection Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

No

Actuators

No

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Outputs Max. no. of outputs

16

Nominal current

1.6 A

Max. total current

12 A

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Cable length

0.75 mm² max. 10 m 0.34 mm² max. 5 m

Cable diameter

max. 1.5 mm²

Signal delay

2 to 5 ms

Max. switching frequency at inductive load

20 Hz

Max. lamp load

10 W

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Technical Data

DI8(DI8) Art. -No. 55287

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DHCP

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V DC

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V DC

Current consumption (without inputs)

<150 mA at 24 V DC

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse, up to 100 mA load automatic start from 100 mA load reset required

Tripping time multifuse

1s at IK â&#x2030;Ľ1 A and 23°C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics Max. no. of inputs

16

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristics

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Reverse polarity protection Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

No

Actuators

No

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Technical Data

DIO8(DI8) Art.-No. 55288

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DHCP

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V DC

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V DC

Current consumption (without inputs)

<150 mA at 24 V DC

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse, up to 100 mA load automatic start from 100 mA load reset required

Tripping time multifuse

1s at IK â&#x2030;Ľ1 A and 23°C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics Max. no. of inputs

16

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristics

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Reverse polarity protection Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

No

Actuators

No

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Outputs Max. no. of outputs

8

Nominal current

1.6 A

Max. total current

9A

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Cable length

0.75 mm² max. 10 m 0.34 mm² max. 5 m

Cable diameter

max. 1.5 mm²

Signal delay

2 to 5 ms

Max. switching frequency at inductive load

20 Hz

Max. lamp load

10 W

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Technical Data

DIO8(DIO8) Art. -No. 55289

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DHCP

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V DC

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V DC

Current consumption (without inputs)

< 150 mA at 24 V DC

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse, up to 100 mA load automatic start from 100 mA load reset required

Tripping time multifuse

1s at IK â&#x2030;Ľ1 A and 23°C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics Max. no. of inputs

16

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristics

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Reverse polarity protection Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

No

Actuators

No

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Outputs Max. no. of outputs

16

Nominal current

1.6 A

Max. total current

9A

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Cable length

0.75 mm² max. 10 m 0.34 mm² max. 5 m

Cable diameter

max. 1.5 mm²

Signal delay

2 to 5 ms

Max. switching frequency at inductive load

20 Hz

Max. lamp load

10 W

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Technical Data

DI8 DO8 FSU Art. -No. 55339

Bus Data Transfer protocol

PROFINET I/O

Transfer rates

100 Mbit/s

Addressing

via DHCP

FSU (Fast-Start-Up)

< 500 ms

Supply Operating voltage UB

24 V DC

Supply voltage range

18 ... 30 V DC

Current consumption (without inputs)

<150 mA at 24 V DC

Sensor supply

max. 200 mA per sensor

Short-circuit protection for sensors

Multifuse,

Tripping time multifuse

1s at IK â&#x2030;Ľ1 A and 23 °C

Reverse polarity protection inputs

Yes

Inputs / diagnostics Max. no. of inputs

8

Delay time with signal change

2 to 5 ms

Input characteristics

EN 61131-2, type 2

Input filter

approx. 1 ms

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Reverse polarity protection Module electronics

Yes

Sensors

Yes

Actuators

Yes

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Outputs Max. no. of outputs

8

Nominal current

2.0 A

Max. total current

9A

Over voltage protection

Yes (suppressor diode)

Cable length

0.75 mm² max. 10 m 0.34 mm² max. 5 m

Cable diameter

max. 1.5 mm²

Signal delay

2 to 5 ms

Max. switching frequency at inductive load

20 Hz

Max. lamp load

10 W

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Application in safety functions

8. Application in safety functions WARNUNG!

Possible danger ď&#x192;¨ Only the modules 55255, 55339, 55529 and 555290 are allowed to be used in safety functions. The modules themselves do not fulfil any safety function. They can be switched off reliably on the output side via an upstream two-channel safety shutdown provided that the requirements in this chapter are complied with.

8.1 Safety regulations

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 Only qualified personnel are permitted to carry out mounting, commissioning, modification, inspection and retrofitting work.  The valid regulations and standards according to the information in the operating instructions and the manual must be observed.  Please observe the safety regulations of electrical engineering and the professional association. No liability is assumed for product damage and consequential damage in case of non-respect or improper handling.

Overall acceptance of

Put the system into operation only if the overall acceptance of the safety

the safety circuit

circuit has been successful. The overall acceptance of the safety circuit must only be performed by a qualified and trained personnel.

Items to be checked during the overall acceptance:

 Check the components used of the required category and the PL according to EN13849-1.  Check the wiring of the components according to the specifications EN 60204-1 (see excerpts from EN 60204-1 in the next chapter).  Check whether the specifications of the operating instructions are fulfilled. If used in an IP67 environment, the work steps that are decisive for the tightness such as tightening the screws with a torque wrench and the checks whether the seals and sealing surfaces are damaged or contaminated must be carried out with utmost care.  All connecting cables and connectors on the safety distributor must be clearly marked. Since the module has several connections of the same design, make sure that the detached connection lines are connected again to the right connection.  Carry out a complete verification of the safety functions of the system. The configuration of the safety circuit, the configuration of the individual safety components and the results of the safety check must be documented completely.

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Regular checks of the

During the maintenance of the machine, a verification of the safety function

safety functions

of the system must be performed at regular intervals.

 The switching-off of the actuator voltage by means of an upstream safety control device must be checked and documented before putting the system into operation.  Carry out the safety check once a year and document the result. Alternatively, comparable measures are possible.  In case of a malfunction of the safety function, search and eliminate the error.

Putting into operation

Our products are designed in a way that cross-circuits cannot occur due to

is not allowed until the

the compliance with safe clearance and creepage distances and at least one

error has been elimi-

single-channel switch-off remains effective.

nated! Fault exclusions according to EN ISO 13849-2 tables D.5, D.7 and D.19 are used (for details please refer to the data sheet). All other faults of the fault concepts lead to a safe state or cause a fault of the functional level.

In order to apply the fault exclusion according to table D.4, the specifications of the standard must be complied with. Otherwise the fault concepts for line and cable faults must be examined in your FMEA.

Due to the applied fault exclusions, the product reaches an infinite MTTFd value and is not considered in the DCavg calculations.

For safety functions which are only based on fault exclusions, a maximum PL d according to EN 13849-1 can be reached.

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8.2 Safe wiring The product must be

Excerpt (EN 60204-1 section 13.4.3)

wired in a safe and pro-

Flexible lines of machines must be installed or protected in such a way that

tected manner accord-

the possibility of external damage is minimized. This includes the interfer-

ing to EN 60204-1:

ences due to the following cable and line applications or the following possible misuse: 

Driving over by the machine.

Driving over by vehicles or other machines.

Contact with the machine construction during the movement.

Feeding in or out of the cable trays or onto/from the cable drums.

Acceleration forces and wind forces for the cable festoon systems or loosely hanging lines.

Excessive friction at the conduits.

Excessive radiant heat.

The bending radii from EN 60204-1 table 8 must be observed.

Excerpt (EN 60204-1 section 13.5.1) All sharp edges, burrs, abrasive surfaces or threads which might come into contact with the insulation of the line, must be removed from the line conduits and their connections. If necessary, an additional protection made of flame-retardant, oil-resistant insulation material must be provided to protect the insulation. Line conduits and cable trays must be fastened properly and attached at a sufficient distance from the moving parts in order to minimize the risk of damage or wear. In the passage area for the personnel, the line conduits and cable trays must be installed at least 2 m above the working plane. The aim is to reach the highest level of operational safety. To prevent parasitic voltages, the different voltages in one cable or piece of equipment must be isolated from the highest possible voltage (protection against electric shock, IEC 61140 - Line insulation between two conductors with different potentials).

Excerpt (EN 60204-1 section 18) The tests according to EN 60204-1 section 18 must be carried out.

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