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PROFIBUS UFP11A Fieldbus Interface

08/2001

Manual
1052 1410 / EN

Contents
1 System Overview .............................................................................................. 4
2 Unit Design ........................................................................................................ 5
2.1 Front view ................................................................................................. 5
3 PROFIBUS Interface.......................................................................................... 6
3.1 Installation notes ....................................................................................... 6
3.2 Startup of Profibus DP Master .................................................................. 9
3.3 Configuration of the Profibus DP interface................................................ 9
3.4 Ident number ........................................................................................... 14
3.5 Inverter control ........................................................................................ 15
3.6 Setting parameters via PROFIBUS DP................................................... 16
3.7 Parameter setting of return codes........................................................... 19
3.8 Special cases .......................................................................................... 20
4 Installation and Operation with Autosetup ................................................... 22
4.1 Autosetup ................................................................................................ 22
4.2 Installation and cabling ........................................................................... 23
4.3 Setting the inverter parameters............................................................... 23
4.4 Autosetup ................................................................................................ 24
4.5 Project planning of the fieldbus master ................................................... 25
4.6 Starting the inverters ............................................................................... 26
5 Installation and Operation with PC................................................................ 27
5.1 Installation and cabling ........................................................................... 27
5.2 Setting the inverter parameters............................................................... 27
5.3 Startup software ...................................................................................... 27
5.4 Project planning of the fieldbus master ................................................... 28
5.5 Starting the inverters ............................................................................... 29
6 Error responses .............................................................................................. 30
6.1 Fieldbus Timeout .................................................................................... 30
6.2 SBUS Timeout ........................................................................................ 30
6.3 Device error ............................................................................................ 30
7 Diagnostics LEDs............................................................................................ 31
7.1 States of the "RUN" LED (green) ............................................................ 31
7.2 States of the "BUS-FAULT" LED (red).................................................... 31
7.3 States of the "SYS-FAULT" LED (red) .................................................... 32
7.4 States of the "USER" LED (green).......................................................... 32
8 DIP Switches.................................................................................................... 33
8.1 Adjusting the station address .................................................................. 33
9 Operating the Interface ................................................................................... 34
10 List of Errors.................................................................................................... 37
11 Technical Data ................................................................................................. 39
12 Dimension Drawing......................................................................................... 40
13 Index ................................................................................................................. 41

Manual PROFIBUS UFP11A Fieldbus Interface

System Overview

System Overview
The UFP11A PROFIBUS DP fieldbus interface is used for connecting inverters with the
PROFIBUS DP. Several inverters can be connected to the UFP11A PROFIBUS DP
interface via the SBus. The UFP11A PROFIBUS interface establishes the connection
between PROFIBUS DP and SBus.

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Figure 1: System overview DP-Master UFP Inverter

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Unit Design

Unit Design

2.1

Front view

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Figure 2: Arrangement of LEDs, connectors and DIP switches

X1
X2
X3
S1
RUN
BUS-F
SYS-F
USER

SBus and 24 V connector


Diagnostics interface
PROFIBUS
DIP switch
Operating status
Bus error
System error
Expert mode

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PROFIBUS Interface

3.1

Installation notes

Installation

The unit can be installed directly onto the wall of a switch cabinet by using the
preassembled DIN rail mounting option or the four drilled holes on the back of the
housing. In the latter case, you will have to remove the two mounting screws of the DIN
rail mounting option. You can connect any additional units (e.g., MOVITRAC 07) the
best way you seem to see fit taking into consideration the maximum line length and the
fact that the gateway must be installed at the end or the beginning of the system bus
(SBus). For the same reason, we recommend you take the spatial aspects into account.
The UFP must receive an additional HF-capable ground if the DIN rail mounting option
is used with an SBus line length of more than 1 m.

Connector
assignment

The UFP11A fieldbus interface is connected to the PROFIBUS network by means of a


9-pole sub-D connector in accordance with EN 50170. The T-bus connection must be
implemented with an appropriately designed plug.

[2]
[1]

RxD/TxD-P (B/B)
RxD/TxD-N (A/A)
CNTR-P
DGND (M5V)
VP (P5V)
DGND (M5V)

3
8
4
5
6
9

[3]

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Figure 3: Assignment of 9-pole Sub-D connector X3 according to EN 50170 ([1] = 9-pole Sub-D
connector; [2] = twisted signal lines; [3] = conductive connection between connector
housing and shielding

The connection of the fieldbus interface to the PROFIBUS system is generally


implemented with a shielded twisted-pair cable. The shielding of the PROFIBUS cable
must be attached to both sides, for example on the connector housing. Observe the
maximum supported transmission rate when selecting the bus connector.
The twisted-pair cable is connected to the PROFIBUS receptacle via pin 8 (A/A) and pin
3 (B/B). Communication takes place via these two contacts. The RS-485 signals A/A
and B/B must be contacted in the same way for all PROFIBUS participants. Otherwise,
no communication is possible via the bus medium.
The PROFIBUS interface delivers a TTL control signal for a repeater or fiber optic
adapter (reference = pin 9) via pin 4 (CNTR-P).

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Connection

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Figure 4: System bus connection


UFP
GND = System bus Reference
SC11 = System bus High
SC12 = System bus Low

MOVITRAC 07
GND = System bus Reference
SC22 = System bus outgoing Low
SC21 = System bus outgoing High
SC12 = System bus incoming Low
SC11 = System bus incoming High
S12 = System bus Terminating resistor

Please note:

Use a 2-core twisted and shielded copper cable (data transfer cable with shield
consisting of copper braiding). Connect the shield with a wide-area contact at the
electronics terminal of MOVITRAC 07 or UFP11A and also connect the shield ends
to GND. The cable must meet the following specifications (CAN bus or DeviceNet
cables are suitable):
Core cross-section 0.75 mm2 (AWG18)
Cable resistance 120 at 1 MHz
Capacitance per unit length 40 pF/m (12 pF/ft) at 1 kHz

The approved total cable length depends on the specified SBus baud rate:
250 kBaud:
500 kBaud:
1000 kBaud:

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160 m (528 ft)


80 m (264 ft)
40 m (132 ft)

PROFIBUS Interface

24 V connection

Connect the system bus terminating resistor (S12 = ON) at the end of the system bus
connection. Disconnect the terminating resistor (S12 = OFF) at the other devices.
The UFP11A gateway must always be connected either at the beginning or the end
of the system bus connection and feature a permanently installed terminating
resistor.

No potential displacement may occur between the units connected with the SBus.
Avoid a potential displacement using appropriate measures, such as connecting the
unit ground with a separate line.

Point-to-point wiring is not permissible.

An external 24 V voltage supply must be connected to terminals X1:4 and X1:5.


The voltage range for the 24 V voltage supply is 18 30 V. The current consumption
of the UFP11A gateway measures 300 mA.

Shielding and
routing of bus
cables

The PROFIBUS interface supports the RS-485 communications protocol and requires
cable type A specified for PROFIBUS in accordance with EN 50170 as shielded twistedpair cable for the physical connection.
Professional shielding of the bus cables attenuates electrical interference that may
occur in industrial environments. The following measures will result in the best shielding
properties:

Fasten the mounting screws on the connectors, modules and equipotential bonding
conductors by hand.

Use only connectors with metal housing or plated housing.

Connect the shielding in the connector with the greatest possible surface area.

Attach the shielding of the bus line on both sides.

Do not route signal and bus cables parallel to line cables (motor leads). They must
be routed in separate cable ducts.

Use metallic, grounded cable racks in commercial environments.

Route the signal cable and the corresponding equipotential bonding in close
proximity using the shortest way possible.

Avoid the extension of bus lines by means of plug connectors.

Route the bus cables closely along existing grounding surfaces.

In case of fluctuations in the earth potential, a compensating current may flow via the
bilaterally connected shield that is also connected to the protective earth (PE). Make
sure you supply adequate equipotential bonding according to relevant VDE regulations
in such a case.

Bus termination

A bus termination is not provided with the UFP electronics. If the UFP module is used
as the first or the last device of the PROFIBUS line, the bus termination has to be
external. We recommend PROFIBUS connectors with integrated bus termination that
open the continuing bus in case the bus termination is connected.

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3.2

3.3

Startup of Profibus DP Master

Observe the notes in the README.TXT file on the GSD disk.

Install the "SEW_6004.GSD" GSD file according to the requirements of the project
planning software for the DP master. After successful installation, the "UFP" device
appears at the slave participants.

Insert the fieldbus interface into the PROFIBUS structure under the name "UFP" and
assign the PROFIBUS address.

Select the process data configuration required for your application (see next section).

Enter the I/O or peripheral addresses for the configured data widths.

Save the configuration.

Expand your application program by the data exchange with the fieldbus interface.
In case of S7, use the system functions for consistent data exchange for this purpose
(SFC14 and SFC15).

The BUS-FLT LED of the fieldbus interface should extinguish after you have saved
the project, loaded it in the DP master and started the DP master. If this is not the
case, please check cabling and terminating resistors of the PROFIBUS and the
project planning, especially the PROFIBUS address.

Configuration of the Profibus DP interface

General
information

the inverter must be given a specific DP configuration by the DP master to define type
and number of input and output data used for the transmission. It allows for the
opportunity to control the drives via process data and to read or write all parameters of
the fieldbus interface via parameter channel.
The figure shows a schematic view of the data exchange between automation device
(DP master), fieldbus interface (DP slave) and an inverter with process data channel and
parameter channel.

MOVITRAC 07

DP Master

PROFIBUS
PARA DATA

SBUS

PRC DATA

PRC DATA
UFP

PARA DATA

PRC DATA

PRC DATA
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Figure 5: Data exchange with parameter data (PARA DATA) and process data (PRC DATA)

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Process data
configuration

The fieldbus interface allows for different DP configurations for the data exchange
between DP master and fieldbus interface. The following table gives additional details
on all standard DP configurations of the fieldbus interfaces. The Process data
configuration column shows the name of the configuration. These texts also appear as
a selection list in the project planning software for the DP master. The DP
configurations column shows the type of configuration data sent to the fieldbus
interface while the link to PROFIBUS DP is being established. The configurations are
determined by the default process data width for SEW inverters of 3 process data words.
In the simplest case, the controller transmits 3 process data words to each inverter
connected to the fieldbus interface. The fieldbus interface then distributes these process
data words to the individual devices. The parameter channel is used for setting the
parameters of the UFP and is not passed on to the lower-level participants. The fieldbus
interface accepts 1 ... 24 process data words with and without parameter channel.
The standard entries of the GSD file are based on the UFP Autosetup operating mode
and allow process data widths of 3PD ... 24PD according to 1 ... 8 inverters connected
to the fieldbus interface.

Any SBus participant can be assigned a maximum of 3 PDs!

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ONE module for all


drives

The configurations under "ONE module for all drives" do not contain any parameter
channels. The transmission of process data is carried out in one consistent data block
for all inverters connected to the fieldbus interface. Thus, only system functions SFC14
and SFC15 need to be executed in Step 7.

UFP parameter +
ONE module

The configurations under "UFP parameter + ONE Module" correspond to those listed
above. The parameter module that allows for a parameter setting of the UFP with eight
(8) consistently transmitted bytes will be processed first.

One module per


drive

The configurations under "One module per drive" do not contain any parameter
channels. One consistent data block exists for each connected inverter. From the
controller side, this corresponds to the existing setup of several inverters with their own
fieldbus interface. Thus, system functions SFC14 and SFC15 need to be executed for
each inverter in Step 7.

UFP parameter +
One module per
drive

The configurations under "UFP parameter + One module per drive" correspond to
those listed above. The parameter module which allows for a parameter setting of the
fieldbus interface using eight (8) consistently transmitted bytes will be processed first.

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Process data
configuration

Meaning / Notes

Cfg0 Cfg1 Cfg2 Cfg3 Cfg4 Cfg5 Cfg6 Cfg7 Cfg8

ONE module for all drives


AS 1 Drive (3 PD)

Control via 3 process data words

242

AS 2 Drives (6 PD)

Control via 6 process data words

245

AS 3 Drives (9 PD)

Control via 9 process data words

248

AS 4 Drives (12
PD)

Control via 12 process data words

251

AS 5 Drives (15
PD)

Control via 15 process data words

254

AS 6 Drives (18
PD)

Control via 18 process data words

192

209

209

AS 7 Drives (21
PD)

Control via 21 process data words

192

212

212

AS 8 Drives (24
PD)

Control via 24 process data words

192

215

215

UFP parameter + ONE module


AS 1 Drive (Param
+ 3PD)

Control via 3 process data words /


parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

242

AS 2 Drives
(Param + 6PD)

Control via 6 process data words /


parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

245

AS 3 Drives
(Param + 9PD)

Control via 9 process data words /


parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

248

AS 4 Drives
(Param + 12PD)

Control via 12 process data words


/ parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

251

AS 5 Drives
(Param + 15PD)

Control via 15 process data words


/ parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

254

AS 6 Drives
(Param + 18PD)

Control via 18 process data words


/ parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

192

209

209

AS 7 Drives
(Param + 21PD)

Control via 21 process data words


/ parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

192

212

212

AS 7 Drives
(Param + 24PD)

Control via 24 process data words


/ parameter setting via 8 byte
parameter channel

243

192

215

215

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Process data
configuration

Meaning / Notes

Cfg0 Cfg1 Cfg2 Cfg3 Cfg4 Cfg5 Cfg6 Cfg7 Cfg8

One module per drive


AS 1 Drive (1 x
3PD)

Control via 1x3 process data


words

242

AS 2 Drives (2 x
3PD)

Control via 2x3 process data


words

242

242

AS 3 Drives (3 x
3PD)

Control via 3x3 process data


words

242

242

242

AS 4 Drives (4 x
3PD)

Control via 4x3 process data


words

242

242

242

242

AS 5 Drives (5 x
3PD)

Control via 5x3 process data


words

242

242

242

242

242

AS 6 Drives (6 x
3PD)

Control via 6x3 process data


words

242

242

242

242

242

242

AS 7 Drives (7 x
3PD)

Control via 7x3 process data


words

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

AS 8 Drives (8 x
3PD)

Control via 8x3 process data


words

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

UFP parameter + one module per drive

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AS 1 Drive (Param
+ 1 x 3PD)

Control via 1x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

AS 2 Drives
(Param + 2 x 3PD)

Control via 2x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

242

AS 3 Drives
(Param +3 x 3PD)

Control via 3x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

242

242

AS 4 Drives
(Param +4 x 3PD)

Control via 4x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

242

242

242

AS 5 Drives
(Param +5 x 3PD)

Control via 5x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

242

242

242

242

AS 6 Drives
(Param + 6 x 3PD)

Control via 6x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

242

242

242

242

242

AS 7 Drives
(Param + 7 x 3PD)

Control via 7x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

AS 8 Drives
(Param + 8 x 3PD)

Control via 8x3 process data


words / parameter setting via 8
byte parameter channel

243

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

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"Universal Module"
DP configuration

The "Universal Module" (e.g. in STEP7) allows you to set the parameters of the fieldbus
interface deviating from the preset standard values of the GSD file. This is useful in case
you want to operate several inverters with different process data words at the fieldbus
interface.
You must observe the following conditions:

Module 0 defines the parameter channel of the inverter. Entering 0 will switch off the
parameter channel; entering 243 will switch on the parameter channel with 8 bytes
length.

The following modules determine the process data width of the fieldbus interface at
the PROFIBUS. The added process data width of all following modules must be
between 1 and 24 words. For safety reasons, the modules must be listed with data
integrity. Make sure that an inverter connected to the fieldbus interface is
represented by such a consistent module entry.

The special identifier format is permitted.

The following figure shows the structure of the configuration data defined in EN
50170(V2). These configuration data are transmitted to the inverter during the initial start
of the DP master.
Table 1: Format of the identifier byte Cfg_Data according to EN 50170 (V2)
7 / MSB

0 / LSB

Data length
0000 = 1 byte/word
1111 = 16 bytes/words
Input/output
00 = special identifier formats
01 = input
02 = output
11 = input/output
Format
0 = byte structure
1 = word structure
Integrity over
0 = byte or word
1 = complete length

Note:
Use only the setting "Integrity over entire length" for data transmission!

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PROFIBUS Interface

Data integrity

Integral data are those data that must always be transmitted consistently between
automation device and inverter and may never be transmitted separately.
Data integrity is especially important for the transmission of positioning values or
complete positioning tasks. Inconsistent transmission may contain data from different
program cycles of the automation device and transfer undefined values to the inverter.
For PROFIBUS DP, the data communication between automation device and drive
engineering devices is generally carried out with the setting Data integrity over entire
length.

External
diagnostics

The fieldbus interface does not support external diagnostics. Error messages of the
individual inverters are indicated by the corresponding status words. Error states of the
fieldbus interface are also displayed on status word 1, e.g. timeout of the SBUS
connection to a participant.
Upon request, the fieldbus interface provides the standard diagnostics in accordance
with EN 50170 V2.

Note on Simatic S7
Master Systems

3.4

Diagnostic alarms may also be triggered by the PROFIBUS DP system in the DP master
even if the external diagnostic generation is deactivated. As a result, the corresponding
operating blocks (e.g. OB84 for S7-400 or OB82 for S7-300) should always be created
in the controller.

Ident number
Each DP master and DP slave must feature an individual ident number assigned by the
PROFIBUS user group for unique identification of the attached device. When the
PROFIBUS DP master is started up, it compares the ident numbers of the connected
DP slaves with the ident numbers configured by the user. The user data transfer will only
be activated after the DP master has ensured that the connected station addresses and
device types (ident numbers) correspond to the project planning data. This procedure
achieves a high degree of safety with respect to project planning errors.
The ident number for the UFP11A fieldbus interface is 6004hex.
The ident number is defined as an unsigned 16-bit number (Unsigned16). The
PROFIBUS user group specified ident number 6004 hex (24580 dec) for the UFP11A
fieldbus interface.

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3.5

Inverter control
The inverter control takes place via the process data channel which is one, two or three
I/O words in length. These process data words may be mapped in the I/O or peripheral
area of the controller in case a programmable controller is used as DP master and can
be addressed as usual.
PAW318
PAW316
PAW314
PAW312
PAW310
PAW308
PAW306
PAW304
PAW302
PAW300

PA 3
PA 2
PA 1
PA 3
PA 2
PA 1

[1]

UFP

[2]

[1]
PEW318
PEW316
PEW314
PEW312
PEW310
PEW308
PEW306
PEW304
PEW302
PEW300

PA 1

PA 2

PA 3

PA 1

U/f 1
PE 1

PE 2

PA 2

PA 3

U/f 2
PE 3 PE 1

PE 2

PE 3

PE 3
PE 2
PE 1
PE 3
PE 2
PE 1

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Figure 6: Mapping of PROFIBUS data in the PLC address range ([1] = parameter channel / [2] =
PLC address range / U/f = inverter)

PA = process output data / PE = process input data


Additional information on programming and project planning can be found in the
README_GSD6004.PDF file included in the GSD file.

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PROFIBUS Interface

Control example
for Simatic S7

The inverter control via Simatic S7 takes place in dependence of the selected process
data configuration, either directly via load and transfer commands or via the special
system functions SFC 14 DPRD_DAT and SFC15 DPWR_DAT.
In principle, data lengths with 3 bytes or more than 4 bytes must be transmitted via
system functions SFC14 and SFC15 for S7. Thus, the following table applies:

STEP7
programming
example

3.6

Process data
configuration

STEP7 access via

1 PD

Load/transfer command

2 PD

Load/transfer command

3 PD ... 24 PD

System functions SFC14/15 (Length 6 48 bytes)

Param + 1 PD

Parameter channel: System functions SFC14/15 (Length 8 48 bytes)


Process data: Load/transfer command

Param + 2 PD

Parameter channel: System functions SFC14/15 (Length 6 48 bytes)


Process data: Load/transfer command

Param + 3 PD ...
24 PD

Parameter channel: System functions SFC14/15 (Length 6 48 bytes)


Process data: System functions SFC14/15 (Length 6 bytes)

The "README_GSD6004.PDF" file contains project planning and program examples


for Simatic S7.

Setting parameters via PROFIBUS DP


The drive parameters for PROFIBUS DP are accessed via the MOVILINK parameter
channel which offers additional parameter services next to the traditional READ and
WRITE services.

Structure of the
parameter
channel

The access to the UFP11A parameters for PROFIBUS DP is carried out via the
"Parameter Process data Object" (PPO). This PPO is transmitted cyclically and contains
the process data channel as well as a parameter channel that can be used to exchange
acyclical parameter values.

[1]

[2]

[1]

[2]
01065CXX

Figure 7: Communication via PROFIBUS DP with parameter channel [1] and process data
channel [2]

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The following table shows the structure of the parameter channel. It basically consists
of a management byte, an index word, a reserved byte and four data bytes.
Table 2: Structure of the parameter channel
Byte 0
Admin

Administration of
the parameter
channel

Byte 1

Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Index High Index Low MSB data
Reserved
Parameter index

Byte 5
Byte 6
Data
Data
4-byte data

Byte 7
LSB data

The entire parameter adjustment process is coordinated with the administration byte 0.
This byte makes available important parameters, such as service identifier, data length,
version and status of the executed service. The following table shows that bit 0, 1, 2 and
3 contain the service identifier, thereby defining which service is executed. Bit 4 and bit
5 specify the data length in byte for the write service which generally should be set to 4
bytes for SEW slaves.
Table 3: Structure of the administration byte
7 / MSB

0 / LSB

Service identifier
0000 = No service
0001 = Read parameter
0010 = Write parameter
0011 = Write parameter volatile
0100 = Read minimum
0101 = Read maximum
0110 = Read default
0111 = Read scale
1000 = Read attribute
Data length
00 = 1 byte
01 = 2 bytes
10 = 3 bytes
11 = 4 bytes (must be set!)
Handshake bit
must be changed with each new task for cyclical transmission
Status bit
0 = no error in service execution
1 = error in service execution

Bit 6 serves as handshake between controller and slave. It triggers the execution of the
transferred service in the inverter. Since the parameter channel is transferred in each
cycle along with the process data for PROFIBUS DP, the execution of the service in the
inverter must be edge-triggered by handshake bit 6. The value of this bit is toggled each
time a new service is to be executed. The slave uses the handshake bit to signal
whether the service has been executed or not. The service is executed as soon as the
controller notices that the received and transmitted handshake bits are identical. Status
bit 7 indicates whether the service was executed properly or if it produced an error.

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PROFIBUS Interface

Index addressing

"Byte 2: Index High" and "byte 3: Index Low" are used to identify the parameter to be
read or written via the fieldbus system. The parameters of an SEW slave are addressed
with a uniform index independent of the connected fieldbus system. Byte 1 should be
considered reserved and must generally be set to 0x00.

Data area

As shown in the following table, the data is contained in byte 4 through byte 7 of the
parameter channel. This allows a maximum of 4 byte data to be transmitted for each
service. The data is generally entered flush right, i.e. byte 7 contains the least significant
data byte (LSB data), byte 4 correspondingly the most significant data byte (MSB data).
Table 4: Definition of the data area in the parameter channel
Byte 0
Admin

Faulty service
execution

Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Reserved Index High Index Low MSB data
Data
Data
LSB data
High byte Low byte 1 High byte Low byte 2
1
2
High word
Low word
Double word

Faulty service execution is signaled by setting the status bit in the administration byte.
If the received handshake bit is identical to the transmitted handshake bit, the slave has
executed the service. If the status bit indicates an error, the error code is entered in the
data area of the parameter message. Bytes 4 through 7 provide the return code in a
structured format (see Return Codes section).
Table 5: Structure of the parameter channel in the event of faulty service execution
Byte 0
Admin

Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Reserved Index High Index Low Error Class Error Code Add. Code Add. Code
High
Low
Status bit = 1: Faulty service execution

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3.7

Parameter setting of return codes


If parameters are incorrectly adjusted, the slave returns various return codes to the
parameter setting master providing detailed information on the cause of the error. In
general, these return codes feature a structured design. The following components are
being distinguished:

error class

error code

additional code

A detailed description of these return codes can be found in the manual accompanying
the fieldbus communications profile. They are not listed separately in this
documentation. However, the following special cases may occur in connection with
PROFIBUS:

Error class

The error class component provides a more exact classification of the error type. The
UFP11A fieldbus interface supports the following error classes defined in accordance
with EN 50170(V2):
Table 6: Error classes in accordance with EN 50170 (Error Class)
Class (hex) Designation

Meaning

vfd state

Status error of the virtual field device

application reference

Error in application program

definition

Definition error

resource

Resource error

service

Error at service execution

access

Access error

ov

Error in object list

other

Other error (see Additional Code)

Except for Error Class 8 = Other Error, the error class is generated by the
communications software of the fieldbus card in case of a faulty communication. Return
codes provided by the SEW slave fall under the category Error Class 8 = Other Error.
The more detailed error breakdown is achieved with the additional code component.

Error code

The error code component allows for a more detailed breakdown of the error cause
within the error class and is generated by the communications software of the fieldbus
card in the case of a faulty communication. For Error Class 8 = Other Error, only Error
Code = 0 (Other error code) is defined. In this case, the detailed breakdown takes place
in the Additional Code.

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Additional code

The additional code contains SEW-specific return codes for faulty parameter setting of
the SEW slave. They are returned to the master under Error Class 8 = Other Error. The
following table shows all possible codings for the additional code.
Table 7: List of additional codes for error class 8 = other error

3.8

Add.-Code
Low (hex)

Meaning

00

00

No error

00

10

Illegal parameter index

00

11

Function/parameter not implemented

00

12

Read access only

00

13

Parameter lock is active

00

14

Factory setting is active

00

15

Value too large for parameter

00

16

Value too small for parameter

00

17

Required option card missing for this function/parameter

00

18

Error in system software

00

19

Parameter access only via RS485 process interface to X13

00

1A

Parameter access only via RS485 diagnostics interface

00

1B

Parameter is access-protected

00

1C

Controller inhibit required

00

1D

Illegal parameter value

00

1E

Factory setting was activated

00

1F

Parameter was not saved in EEPROM

00

20

Parameter cannot be changed with enabled output stage

00

23

Parameter may only be changed with IPOS program stop

00

24

Parameter may only be changed with deactivated Autosetup

Special cases

Special return
codes (special
cases)

20

Add.-Code
High (hex)

Parameter setting errors that are neither recognized automatically by the application
layer of the fieldbus system nor by the system software of the inverter are treated as
special cases. This includes the following possible errors, depending on the fieldbus
option card used:

Incorrect coding of a service via parameter channel

Incorrect length information of a service via parameter channel

Internal communications error

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Incorrect service
coding in
parameter channel

An incorrect coding for the administration and reserved bytes was entered while setting
the parameters via the parameter channel. The following table shows the return code
for this special case.
Table 8: Return code for incorrect coding of bytes 0 and 1 in the parameter channel

Error class:

Code (dec)

Meaning

Service

Error code:

Illegal parameter

Add. Code High:

Add. Code Low:

Error correction:
Check bits 0 and 1 in the parameter channel.

Incorrect length
information in
parameter channel

A data length other than 4 data bytes was entered in the Read or Write service while
setting the parameters via the parameter channel. The following table shows the return
code.
Table 9: Return code for incorrect length information in the parameter channel (length 4)
Code (dec)

Meaning

Error class:

Access

Error code:

Type conflict

Add. Code High:

Add. Code Low:

Error correction:
Check bit 4 and bit 5 for the data length in the administration byte of the parameter
channel. Both bits must show the value 1.

Internal
communications
error

The return code listed in the following table is returned if an internal communications
error occurs. The parameter service transmitted via the fieldbus may not have been
executed and should be repeated. If this error occurs again, the SEW slave must be
completely switched off and back on again to perform a new initialization.
Table 10: Return code for internal communications error
Code (dec)

Meaning

Error class:

Access

Error code:

Hardware fault

Add. Code
High:

Add. Code
Low:

Error correction:
Repeat the read or write service. If this error occurs again, briefly disconnect the inverter
from the supply and switch it on again. If this error occurs permanently, consult the SEW
service.

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Installation and Operation with Autosetup

Installation and Operation with Autosetup

4.1

Autosetup
The Autosetup function allows the startup of the UFx without a PC. It is activated by
means of the Autosetup DIP switch. Activating the Autosetup DIP switch causes a single
execution of the function. The function can be executed again by switching it off and on
again. First, the UFx searches the lower-level SBUS for drive inverters and indicates this
through brief flashing of the SYS-FLT LED. For this purpose, different SBUS addresses
must be set at the drive inverters (P813). It is recommended assigning the addresses
beginning with address 1 in ascending order based on the arrangement of the inverters
in the control cabinet. For each located drive inverter, the process image on the fieldbus
side is expanded by 3 words. If no drive inverter was located, the SYS-FLT LED remains
lit. A maximum number of 8 drive inverters is taken into consideration. The figure shows
the process image for 3 drive inverters with 3 words each of process output data and
process input data. At the conclusion of the search, the UFx cyclically exchanges 3
process data words with each connected drive inverter. The process output data is
fetched by the fieldbus, divided into blocks of 3 and transmitted. The process input data
is read by the drive inverters, grouped and transmitted to the fieldbus master.
Autosetup must be executed only once. The detected configuration is saved in nonvolatile memory. See the section on "Installation and Operation without PC."
Caution: Please execute autosetup again if you change the process data assignment of
the drive inverters connected to the UFP since the UFP uniquely stores these values
during autosetup. At the same time, the process data allocations of the connected drive
inverters may not be changed dynamically after autosetup, for example by means of an
IPOS program.

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Figure 8: Data exchange DP-Master UFP Inverter

4.2

Installation and cabling


For installation notes, see the "PROFIBUS Interface" section.

4.3

Setting the inverter parameters


The settings can be performed via the inverter keypad; please observe the operating
instructions of the inverter.

Connect the voltage supply for the UFx and all connected inverters.

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Set an individual SBus address (P813) at the inverters. Recommendation: Address


setting beginning with address 1 in ascending order based on the arrangement of the
inverters in the control cabinet. Address 0 should not be assigned since it is used by
the UFx.

Verify the SBus baud rate (P816, factory setting = 500 kBaud).

Set the setpoint source (P100) to SBus (value 10).

Set the control source (P101) to SBus (value 3).

Set the terminal assignments of the binary inputs. For MOVITRAC 07, the value 0
is recommended for P60-. This corresponds to the following assignment:

4.4

DI01 CW/Stop
(wired to 24 V, CW direction of rotation enabled)
DI02 CCW/Stop (wired to 24 V, CCW direction of rotation enabled)
DI03 F.Setp. toggle(not wired)
DI04 n11/n21
(not wired)
DI05 n12/n22
(not wired)
If you use a MOVIDRIVE unit as inverter, you must program the terminals that
are not used to "No function."

Caution: For MOVITRAC 07, P815 SBus timeout interval can only be adjusted via
PC, if necessary; the default value is 0, i.e. timeout monitoring is deactivated. Set
P815 to the value 1 s.

Autosetup
Activate the Autosetup function via the DIP switch of the UFx. The function is active as
long as the SYS-FLT LED flashes briefly followed by a long pause. At least one detected
inverter causes the LED to extinguish. Autosetup can be reactivated by turning the DIP
switch off and on again. If no inverter is detected, the SYS-FLT LED remains lit after
autosetup. In this case, check the cabling of the SBus, the terminating resistors of the
SBus, the voltage supply of the inverter and the set SBus addresses (P813).

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4.5

Project planning of the fieldbus master

Set an individual PROFIBUS address via the DIP switches of the UFP for project
planning. The PROFIBUS address is set in binary form. A change of the PROFIBUS
address becomes effective only after switching the UFP off and on again.
X = on

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
AS
F1
F2

1: x 0
2: x 0
4: x 1
8: x 0
16: x 0
32: x 0
64: x 0

=
=
=
=
=
=
=

+0
+0
+4
+0
+0
+0
+0
=4

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Figure 9: Setting the PROFIBUS station address / nc = reserved, position OFF

The fieldbus master is configured using the sew_6004.gsd file. The UFP is
addressed under the specified PROFIBUS address. The number of process data
words the fieldbus master uses to address the UFP is dependent on the number of
connected inverters. The process data width for an inverter is three (3) words. If more
than one inverter is present, three (3) words should be planned for each inverter. For
example, you must configure nine (9) words for three (3) MOVITRAC C07.

Example for STEP7:


Install the GSD file sew_6004.gsd in the STEP 7 software.
In HW Config of the hardware catalog, insert the UFP at the PROFIBUS.
Select the setting suitable for your application from the presented process data
configurations, e.g. "9 PD" meaning nine (9) process data words for three (3)
inverters.
Save the configuration.
Expand your application program by the data exchange with the UFP. For this
purpose, use the system functions of S7 for consistent data exchange (SFC14
and SFC15).
The BUS-FLT LED of the UFP should be extinguished after saving the project,
loading it in the DP master and starting the DP master. If this is not the case,
please check cabling and terminating resistors of the PROFIBUS and the project
planning, especially the PROFIBUS address in STEP 7.

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4.6

Starting the inverters


You can operate up to eight (8) inverters on the PROFIBUS using one UFP. The DP
master and the UFP exchange the setpoints and actual values for all inverters
connected to the UFP in connected data packages. It is important for you to know which
inverter is located at which position of the data package (process image). The following
figure shows the relationship:

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Figure 10: Data exchange DP-Master UFP Inverter

The inverters are enabled by writing the value 0006h to the corresponding control word
1. The speed setpoint can be specified with the following word. It has been scaled with
0.2 1/min per digit.

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Installation and Operation with PC

5.1

Installation and cabling

5.2

For installation notes, see "PROFIBUS Interface" section.

The UFP features a 4-pole RJ12 jack on the front. The UWS21A option, part number
8230773, establishes the connection to a COM interface on your PC. For this
purpose, connect the desired COM of the PC with the UWS21A using the provided
serial cable. The UWS21A is connected with the UFP via the provided cable.

Setting the inverter parameters


The settings can be performed via the inverter keypad; please observe the operating
instructions of the inverter.

5.3

Connect the voltage supply for the UFx and all connected inverters.

Set an individual SBus address (P813) at the inverters. Recommendation: Address


setting beginning with address 1 in ascending order based on the arrangement of the
inverters in the control cabinet. Address 0 should not be assigned since it is used by
the UFx.

Startup software

Install the MOVITOOLS software package on your PC.

Start the software. Select the COM to which the UFP is connected and press the
"Update" button. The UFP should appear at address 0 and the connected inverters
at the following addresses. If the window does not show an entry, please check the
COM interface and the connection via UWS21. Please check the SBus cabling und
terminating resistors if only the UFP appears as an entry in the window.

Select the UFP and call up the startup software for the fieldbus gateway.

Select the "Reconfigure fieldbus node" menu item.

Select your project path and project name. Press the "Next" button.

Press the "Update" button. All inverters connected to the UFP should be displayed
now. The configuration can be customized using the "Insert," "Change" and "Delete"
buttons. Press the "Next" button.

Press the "Autoconfiguration" button. The process image for the UFP will now appear
in your controller. The process data width is shown at the bottom. This value is
important for the project planning of the fieldbus master. Press the "Next" button.

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5.4

Save the project data and press the "Download" button. If the download should not
work, you have probably set the DIP switch to AUTOSETUP. The autosetup function
must be deactivated for the PC project planning.

The data exchanged between fieldbus master and UFP can be viewed via the
process data monitor.

Enabling on the terminal side is required to control the inverters via fieldbus. You
have already wired the terminals. Please select the first inverter with address 1 in the
Connected devices window and start Shell to check the terminal assignment. For
MOVITRAC 07, the terminal assignment should be set as follows:

Repeat the previous step for all inverters displayed in the Connected devices
window.

Project planning of the fieldbus master

Set an individual PROFIBUS address via the DIP switches of the UFP for the project
planning. The PROFIBUS address is set in binary form. A change of the PROFIBUS
address becomes effective only after switching the UFP off and on again.

The fieldbus master is configured using the sew_6004.gsd file. The UFP is
addressed under the specified PROFIBUS address. The number of process data
words the fieldbus master uses to address the UFP depends on the number of
connected inverters and the specified process data width. A recommended value
was presented in the PC project planning of the module. The GSD file offers process
data configurations in steps of three. If your configuration cannot be divided by 3,
simply use the next higher one.

Example for STEP 7:


Install the GSD file sew_6004.gsd in the STEP 7 software.
Add the UFP on the PROFIBUS from the hardware catalog in HW Config.
Select the matching setting for your application from the listed process data
configurations.
Select from the displayed process data configurations.
Save the configuration.
Expand your application program by the data exchange with the UFP. For this
purpose, use the S7 system functions for consistent data exchange (SFC14 and
SFC15).
Saving the project, loading it in the DP master and starting the DP master should
extinguish the BUS-FLT LED of the UFP. Please check the cabling and
terminating resistors of the PROFIBUS and the project planning, especially the
PROFIBUS address in STEP 7.

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5.5

Starting the inverters


You can operate up to eight (8) inverters on the PROFIBUS using one UFP. The DP
master and the UFP exchange the setpoints and actual values for all inverters
connected to the UFP in connected data packages. It is important for you to know which
inverter is located at which position of the data package (process image). The process
data monitor indicates the relationship in the project planning of the fieldbus gateway.
The inverters are enabled by writing the value 0006h to the corresponding control word
1. The speed setpoint can be specified with the following word. It is scaled with 0.2 1/
min per digit.

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Error responses

Error responses

6.1

Fieldbus Timeout
Switching off the fieldbus master or an open circuit of the fieldbus cabling leads to a
fieldbus timeout at the UFx. The connected drive inverters are switched to a safe state
by sending zeros to the process output data. This corresponds to a rapid stop on control
word 1. The fieldbus timeout error resets itself, i.e. the drive inverters will once again
receive the current process output data from the controller once the fieldbus
communication has been reestablished. This error response can be deactivated via
P831 of the UFx.

6.2

SBUS Timeout
If one or several drive inverters at the SBUS can no longer be addressed by the UFx,
the UFx displays the error code 91 System error on status word 1 of the respective
drive inverter. The SYS-FLT LED lights up and the error is also indicated via diagnostics
interface. It is necessary to set the SBUS timeout interval P815 at the inverter to a value
other than 0 for the drive inverter to stop. The error resets itself at the UFx, i.e. the
current process data are exchanged immediately after restarting the communication.

6.3

Device error
The UFx gateways detect a series of hardware defects and lock out subsequently. The
exact fault responses and remedies can be found in the list of errors. A hardware defect
causes the display of error 91 on the fieldbus process input data for status words 1 of all
drive inverters. The SYS-FLT LED at the UFx flashes at regular intervals. The exact
error code is displayed via MOVITOOLS in the UFx status at the diagnostics interface.

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Diagnostics LEDs
The UFP PROFIBUS interface has four diagnostics LEDs:

7.1

"RUN" LED (green) displaying the standard operating status

"BUS-FAULT" LED (red) displaying errors on the Profibus DP

"SYS-FAULT" LED (red) displaying UFP system errors and operating states

"USER" LED (green) for application-specific diagnostics in expert mode

States of the "RUN" LED (green)

ON

Standard operation, 24 V supply o.k.

OFF

24 V supply is missing, UFP not ready for operation. Check the 24 V voltage supply
and switch the UFP on again. Replace the module if problem occurs again.

FLASHING

PROFIBUS address is set to more than 125. Check the DIP switch setting.

7.2

States of the "BUS-FAULT" LED (red)

OFF

Standard operating state. UFP is currently exchanging data with the DP master (data
exchange). Requirement: "RUN" LED is illuminated.

FLASHING

The Profibus baud rate is detected by the UFP. But the UFP is not or incorrectly
addressed by the DP master. Check the project planning of the DP master. The
configured PROFIBUS address must be identical to the PROFIBUS address set on
the DIP switch. PROFIBUS addresses must not be assigned twice. If possible, use
standard settings for project planning (do not use a universal configuration).

ON

Connection to the DP master has failed. The bus is interrupted or the DP master is
switched off. Check the PROFIBUS connection to the UFP. Check the complete
PROFIBUS cabling and the terminating resistors as well as the DP master.
Requirement: "RUN" LED is ON.

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Diagnostics LEDs

7.3

States of the "SYS-FAULT" LED (red)

OFF

Standard operating state. The UFP is exchanging data with the connected inverters.
Requirement: "RUN" LED is on.

FLASHING briefly
once followed by a
long pause

Autosetup is selected via DIP switches and UFP is currently configuring itself. If this
state lasts longer than 1 minute, switch autosetup off and on again. Replace the
module if autosetup does not exit itself again.

FLASHING regularly The UFP is in an error state. If the UFP was started with the Autosetup DIP switch,
switch the UFP off and on again. If the LED is now on, restart Autosetup by switching
the DIP switch off and on again. If the UFP was started using MOVITOOLS, the status
window displays an error message. Please check under the corresponding error
description.
ON

7.4
OFF

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The UFP does not exchange data with the connected inverters. It was not configured
or the connected inverters do not respond. Repeat the configuration of the UFP. If the
UFP was started with Autosetup, switch the Autosetup DIP switch off and on again. If
the LED is still illuminated after Autosetup, check the cabling and terminating resistors
of the SBus as well as the voltage supply of the inverter. If the UFP was started using
MOVITOOLS, select the "Update" button in the manager. All inverters should be
displayed in the "Connected devices" window. If this is not the case, check the cabling
and terminating resistors of the SBus as well as the voltage supply of the inverter. If
necessary, repeat the configuration of the UFP with MOVITOOLS.

States of the "USER" LED (green)


Standard operating state. The "USER" LED is reserved for expert mode.

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DIP Switches

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Figure 11: DIP switch

F1: Function 1 reserved, set to "Off"


F2: Function 2 reserved, et to "Off"
AUTO SETUP: See "Installation and Operation without PC" section

8.1

Adjusting the station address


The PROFIBUS station address is set using the DIP switches on the option card.
PROFIBUS supports the address range from 0 through 125.
It is not possible to change the PROFIBUS station address via DIP switches during
operation of the UFP11A. The modified station address will only become effective after
switching the UFP11A on again.
You can control the current PROFIBUS station address with parameter P092 Fieldbus
address.

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Operating the Interface

Operating the Interface

How do I go
"online?"

After an "Update," the MOVITOOLS manager displays all participants recognized on the
system bus, i.e. inverters and gateway. You can access the status bar, Shell, Assembler
and Compiler on all connected inverters via the gateway.
MT-Gateway supports the project planning and startup of a UFP fieldbus node.
A bus configuration can either be configured offline or read from the UFP and processed
online.
It is advisable to verify that the hardware AutoSetup is switched off (DIP switch 8
in position OFF) before beginning an MT-Gateway session.

Make sure that neither personnel nor system components are at risk if a bus error
should occur on the PROFIBUS and/or system bus end.

Project planning/
startup

Two modes are available for project planning/startup.

Example

Autoconfiguration: Three (3) participants with addresses 10, 11 and 12 => 9PDs

The Autoconfiguration mode sequentially assigns each participant three (3) process
output and input data analogous to the hardware AutoSetup, beginning with the lowest
system bus address.

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Figure 12: Autoconfiguration example

The process data assignment can be configured at random in expert mode. The
assignment can take place graphically (drag and drop).

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Example

Participant 10, PA1 is configured

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Figure 13: Participant 10, PA1 is configured

Packaging or bundling the process output data may look as follows: PO1..PO3 all
receive three (3) participants (e.g. control word 1, speed setpoint, ramp).
The Profibus master receives 1PD (e.g. status word 2) from each inverter as process
input data. Six (6) process ouput and input data words are saved in the peripheral area
in the master compared to AutoSetup.
A multiple assignment of process input data should be avoided/does not make sense.

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Figure 14: Multiple assignment

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Operating the Interface

The GSD file supports the configuration of a corresponding process data width in the
PROFIBUS master. If a process data width is not listed, select the next higher one (e.g.
5PDs are configured in expert mode => select 6PDs):

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Figure 15: Process data width

The parameter channel refers exclusively to the gateway.

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List of Errors

10

10

List of Errors

Error
code

Designation

Reaction

Cause

Action

10

IPOS ILLOP

IPOS program
stop

Error in the IPOS program, more


information via IPOS variable H469

Correct, load and reset IPOS


program

17

Stack
Overflow

SBus
communication
stopped

Malfunction of inverter electronics,


possibly due to EMC influence

Check ground connections and


shieldings and correct, if necessary.
Contact SEW service if this error
occurs again.

18

Stack
Underflow

SBus
communication
stopped

19

NMI

SBus
communication
stopped

20

Undefined
Opcode

SBus
communication
stopped

21

Protection
Fault

SBus
communication
stopped

22

Illegal Word
Operand
Access

SBus
communication
stopped

23

Illegal
Instruction
Access

SBus
communication
stopped

24

Illegal External
Bus Access

SBus
communication
stopped

25

EEPROM

SBus
communication
stopped

Error while accessing EEPROM

Activate factory settings, perform


reset and set parameters for UFx
again. Contact SEW service if the
error occurs again.

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Fieldbus
Timeout

Default: PO
data = 0
Error response
adjustable via
P831

No communication took place


between master and slave within the
projected response monitoring.

Check communications routine


of the master.
Extend the fieldbus timeout
interval (response monitoring)
in the master project planning or
deactivate monitoring.

32

IPOS Index
Overflow

IPOS program
stop

Programming principles violated,


leading to in-system stack overflow.

Check and correct IPOS application


program.

37

Watchdog
Error

SBus
communication
stopped

Error during execution of system


software

Check ground connections and


shieldings and correct, if necessary.
Contact SEW service if the fault
occurs again.

45

Initialization
Error

SBus
communication
stopped

Error after self-test during reset

Check DIP switches F1 and F2;


they must be set to "Off." Perform a
reset. Contact SEW service if the
error occurs again.

77

Invalid IPOS
Control Value

IPOS program
stop

An attempt was made to set an


invalid automatic mode (via external
controller).

Check write values of external


controller.

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List of Errors

Error
code

Designation

Reaction

Cause

Action

91

System Error

None

Please observe the red SYS-FLT


LED of the UFx. If this LED is on,
one or several participants on the
SBus could not be addressed within
the timeout interval. If the red SYSFLT LED flashes, the UFx itself is in
an error state. In this case, error 91
was reported to the controller only
via fieldbus.

Check voltage supply and SBus


cabling, check SBus terminating
resistors. Check the project
planning if the UFx was configured
with the PC. Switch UFx off and on
again. If the error is still present,
query the error via diagnostics
interface and perform the action
described in this table.

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Technical Data

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Technical Data
Part number:

823 896 0

Tools for startup:

MOVITOOLS V 2.70 or later

Voltage supply:

24 VDC, external supply

Parameter setting and diagnostics interface:

RS-485

Parameter setting:

Autoconfiguration
via MOVITOOLS V 2.70 or later

Diagnostics:

LEDs at front of device


MOVITOOLS

PROFIBUS DP

Installation:

Screw-type or DIN rail installation

Ambient temperature:

10 C ... + 50 C

PROFIBUS protocol variants:

PROFIBUS DP to DIN E 19245 T3

Automatic baud rate detection:

9.6 kBaud ... 12 MBaud

Connection technology:

9-pole Sub-D connector


Pin assignment to DIN 19245 T1

SBus

Bus termination:

Externally via connector

Station address:

0 ... 125 adjustable via DIP switches

Name of GSD file:

SEW_6004.GSD

DP ident number:

6004hex = 24580dec

Maximum transmission speed:

1 MBaud

Transmission protocol:

MOVILINK

Number of units on the SBus:

Max. 8

Process data words per unit:

Max. 3 PD

Connection technology:

Separable screw-type terminals

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Dimension Drawing

12

Dimension Drawing

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Figure 16: Dimension drawing

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Index

A
Additional code 20
Administration, parameter channel 17
Autosetup 22, 24
B
Baud rate 7
Bus termination 8
BUS-FAULT 31
C
Communications error, internal 21
Configuration 9
Configuration data 13
Connection 6, 7
Connector assignment 6
Control 15
Control example 16

Parameter channel, structure 16


Process data configuration 10, 11
PROFIBUS 14
PROFIBUS address 25, 28, 33
Project planning 28, 34
Project planning of master 25
R
Return codes 19
RUN 31
S

Data integrity 14
Diagnostics interface 5
Diagnostics LEDs 31
DIP switches 5, 25, 33
DP configuration 9, 10, 13

Service coding 21
Service execution, faulty 18
Setting parameters via PROFIBUS DP 16
Setting the inverter parameters 23, 27
Shielding 6, 7, 8
Simatic S7 14, 16
Starting the inverters 26, 29
Startup 9, 27, 34
Station address 33
STEP7 16
STEP7 programming example 16
Structure, parameter channel 16
SYS-FAULT 32

Error class 19
Error code 19

Unit design 5
Universal configuration 13
USER 32

F
Faulty service execution 18
Front view 5
G
Graphical interface 34
GSD file 9
I
Ident number 14
Identifier byte 13
Index addressing 18
Installation notes 6
Internal communications error 21
Inverter parameters 23, 27
L
Length information 21
List of errors 37
P
Parameter channel 16
Parameter channel data area 18
Parameter channel, management 17

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