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SIMOCODE Terms.xls

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SIMOCODE DP Term Automatic Mode

SIMOCODE Pro Term Remote Mode

Term Description Baudrate describes the data speed at which the PROFIFUS-DP network. All devices must be set at the same baudrate in order for the network to operate. Allows the

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Baudrate Bistable Check back on Check back off

Baudrate Feedback on Feedback off

Check-Back Signal Test (CST)

test position feedback (TPF)

If CST bit is ON then the SIMOCODE does not want to see current flowing under any condition. If current flows then a fault will be detected and the output contactor signals will be turned off and the status of CST(test) will be turned on. If CST is OFF the SIMOCODE will look at the RUN Timer and Check-Back Timer and then look for current flowing or not flowing before a fault is detected. Determines how long the SIMOCODE waits under two condition before a fault is issued. 1) If the SIMOCODE is in the OFF state and current starts flowing (Contactor pushed in). 2) SIMOCODE is in a normal run state and current stops flowing (MSP turned off). Can be deactivated with a time value of zero. One of the four ways to issue the On/off signal to the SIMOCODE. Typically coming from system over PROFIBUSDP. SIMOCODE uses two bits (4 choices) to determine what command signal source to monitor. Command signal sources can also be manually blocked in the configuration software on the Operator Enabling mask. The amount of time the SIMOCODE inhibits a restart after an overload fault has occurred. Can be bypassed by using "Emergency Start Command". (Minimum time is 5 minutes) Selects how much data and format of data being sent from the SIMOCODE to the PROFIBUS Master.

Check-Back Time

feedback time

Control + Monitoring Control

Control Mode Switch

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Cooling Time Data Type DP Send DP Receive DPV1 Send DPV1 Receive

Cooling down period

cyclic send data cyclic receive data acyclic send data acyclic receive data Under normal operation = Up to 2 x Set Current. Operating current has to be less than double the Ste Current. Fault currents amounting to greater than 30% of the set current are detected. Under starting and overload condition above 2 x set current. Fault currents greater than 15 % of the motor current are detected. Used to bypass Cooling Time (Thermal memory) after an overload fault has occurred. Must be used in conjuction with a reset and start command. Puts the SIMOCODE into a group fault condition. Shuts off the contactor output. Allows annuciation of external/logic signals Puts the SIMOCODE into a group warning condition. Does not shut off the contactor output. Selects output contactor state under fault condition Selects output contactor state under fault condition Selects output contactor state under fault condition Selects output contactor state under fault condition Changes the state of the input signal to a 2Hz frequency output Changes the state of the input signal to a 8Hz frequency output Standard Functions This initiates time-graded restarts after a power failure. If you enter 0, all drives are started simultaneously. The supply voltage of SIMOCODE-DP must be present during graded startups. The internal logic output state based on input control signals, selected motor control function and diagnostic fault inputs Time specified for cooling when the motor at operating temperature is turned off by Control Functions (Not due to overload). After this time, the thermal memory is deleted and a cold start is possible. Changes the On1 and On2 inputs to be active high only. (Motor only runs while signal is high. No separate off signal is required. One of the four ways to issue the On/off signal to the SIMOCODE. Typically coming from discrete pushbuttons. Determines how long the SIMOCODE will wait before you can change motor direction. Contactor outputs are always off after recovery from a fault condition Similar to signal matching except states are maintain after recovery from a power loss.

Earth Fault Detection

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Emergency Start External Diagnosis External Fault (1+2) External Signal (1+2+3) External Warning Fault Response (Control Voltage) Fault Response (PLC-CPU) Fault Response (PROFIBUS-DP) Fault Response (SIMOCODE-CPU) Flashing (1-3) Flickering (1-3) Function Block Inputs

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Grading Time

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Group Control

released control command

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Idle Time

Pause Time

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Inching Mode Lamp Controller Local Control Lock-Out Time Monostable Non-Reset Element on Power Loss (1+2)

non-maintained command Indication

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interlocking time (for changing direction)

non-volatile element

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SIMOCODE Terms.xls

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SIMOCODE DP Term Operating Mode

SIMOCODE Pro Term

Term Description Uses S1 and S2 inputs to determine input control source(s). If enabled, OPO input must be ON before a RUN command will be issued. Once running, if the OPO turns OFF, the contactor is turned OFF and an OPO fault is issued. Local motor control Physical output relays used to drive contactors or annunciate signals. One of the four ways to issue the On/off signal to the SIMOCODE. Typically coming from the PLC/DCS system over PROFIBUS-DP. Value from 1-126. Each PROFIBUS slave active on the network must have a unique address. If enabled and RTS is OFF, a general and RTS faults are issued and the contactor is turned OFF. Faults are reset automatically when RTS is ON again Used to acknowledge existing faults instead of the manual reset button on the SIMOCODE or Operator Panel. Determines how long the SIMOCODE waits under two condition before a fault is issued. 1) If the SIMOCODE is in the OFF state, MSP is turned OFF and a start command is given. 2) SIMOCODE is in a normal run state, a stop command is given and current keeps flowing (Contactor held in).Can be deactivated with a time value of zero.

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Operational Protection Off (OPO) Operator Control Output Relay (1-4)

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PLC/DCS Control PROFIBUS Address

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Ready To Start (RTS) Reset (1+2+3)

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Run Time Run Time On Run Time Off Signal Matching (1-4) Stalled Rotor Status Overload Warning Test 1 Test 2 Thermistor

execution time execution on-command execution off-command Signal Conditioning (1-4)

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Allows the state of input signals to be inverted or triggered on rising or falling edges. Detects blockage or other extreme faults that prevent the motor from turning. Functional test for device with shutdown. The QE outputs are deactivated after 5 s. Functional test for device without shutdown. Primarily for tests via the bus while the motor is running. Sensor to measure motor temperature (PTC or NTC) The class (trip class) specifies the maximum time during which a protective device must trip from the cold state at 7.2x the set current (motor protection to IEC 947). Allows logic to be programmed in the SIMOCODE Undervoltage off. This signal is formed by means of an external voltage monitor. When the signal is present, the contactor controllers are deactivated, a time monitor T-UVO is started and the following responses are triggered: if the signal is canceled within the configurable time T-UVO, SIMOCODE-DP reinstates the old operating status after the grading time T-grad has expired (star-connected first with star-delta startup). If the signal is not canceled within this time, SIMOCODE-DP reports a fault and the QE outputs remain deactivated. The supply voltage of SIMOCODE-DP must remain available. This signal is not evaluated for the control function "Overload (UELA). See UVO above

overload operation (I>115%)

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Trip Class Truth Table (1-4)

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Undervoltage Off (UVO) Undervoltage Time (UVO-Time)

power failure monitoring (UVO)

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