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ASI-Bus-Addressing from the

Handheld Terminal Pilot 20

With three operating devices

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General Informations:

Slave Function of Slave Factory Setting ID1-Code ASI-Lane


Slave 1: Emerg. Stop Button Slave-Addr.: 1 ID1-Code: 1 1
Slave 2: Jog-Button Slave-Addr.: 2 ID1-Code: 2 2
Slave 3: Selector Height-Adj. Slave-Addr.: 3 ID1-Code: 3 1

Note:
The ASI-Bus-Addresses from the slaves need to be changed accordingly to the electrical
drawing of the machine.

The ID1-Codes are fixed assigned to the slaves, they are not changeable:

o The ID1-Code 1 is always assigned to the E-Stop-Button.


o The ID1-Code 2 is always assigned to the Jog-Button.
o The ID1-Code 3 is always assigned to the Selector-Switch.

Consider:
Two slaves (E-Stop and Selector-Switch) are connected on the ASI-Lane 1.
Only the Jog-Button is connected on the ASI-Lane 2.

Because of that fact, for addressing the ASI-slaves, they can distinguish only by working
with the ASI-adapter and the ID1-Codes.

o Using the golden connector of the adapter you can address the ASI-Slave with the
ID1-Code 1, means the E-Stop-Button.

o Using the silver connector of the adapter you can address the ASI-Slave with the
ID1-Code 2, means the Jog-Button.

o Using the golden connector of the adapter you can address the ASI-Slave with the
ID1-Code 3, means the Selector-Switch.

For a better understanding of the right procedure how to program the Pilot 20 we want
change the ASI-Bus-Addresses from:

o The Emergency Stop Button from ASI-Bus-Address 1 to the ASI-Bus-Address 7.


o The Jog-Button from ASI-Bus-Address 2 to the ASI-Bus-address 8.
o The Selector Height Adjustment from ASI-Bus-Address 3 to the ASI-Bus-Address 9.

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Step sequence for addressing the Pilot 20

1. Connect the Pilot 20 to the addressing device from Pepperl+Fuchs

Use the golden connector A from the ASI-adapter first, and then you are able to set the
address on the E-Stop-Button and the Selector height adjustment.

2. Check the existing ASI-addresses from the slaves

Push the button “ADR” to read the address from the first slave.

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Push the button “ADR” again to read the address from the other slave.
With every push of “ADR” you change the slave from which you read the ASI-address.

Push the button “ADR” again in order to work with the first slave.
Always read the address from the slave you want to work with first.

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2. Check the ID1-Code 1

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ID1-Code 1.
In this case the ID1-Code 1 is assigned to the slave with address 1.
This is the proof that the E-Stop-Button has the address 1,
because the ID1-Code 1 is the E-Stop-Button.

3. Program the E-Stop-Button with the new ASI-address.

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ADDR-Menu.
Select with the ↑ and ↓ Buttons the new ASI-Address (refer to the electr. drawing, e.g. #7).
Push the button “PRG” in order to program the E-Stop-Button with the address #7.

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4. Check the ASI-address assignment to the ID1-Code 1

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ID1-Code 1.
Now, the ID1-Code 1 is assigned to the slave with address 7.
This is the proof that the E-Stop-Button has the address 7 now.

5. Continue with the next slave

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ADDR-Menu.
Push the button “ADR” as often as you can see the address #3,
because you have to work with this slave now.

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6. Check the ID1-Code 3

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ID1-Code 3.
In this case the ID1-Code 3 is assigned to the slave with address 3.
This is the proof that the selector height adjustment has the address 3,
because the ID1-Code 3 is the selector height adjustment.

7. Program the selector height adjustment with the new ASI-address.

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ADDR-Menu.
Select with the ↑ and ↓ Buttons the new ASI-Address (refer to the electr. drawing, e.g. #9).
Push the button “PRG” in order to program the selector height adj. with the addr. #9.

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8. Check the ASI-address assignment to the ID1-Code 3

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ID1-Code 3.
Now, the ID1-Code 3 is assigned to the slave with address 9.
This is the proof that selector height adjust. has the address 9 now.

9. Continue with the last slave, connect the Pilot 20 to the addressing device

But now, use the silver connector B from the ASI-adapter,


and then you are able to set the address on the Jog-Button.

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10. Check the existing addresses from the slave

Push the button “ADR” in order check the address from the second slave.

11. Check the ID1-Code 2

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ID1-Code 2.
In this case the ID1-Code 2 is assigned to the slave with address 2.
This is the proof that the Jog-Button has the address 2,
because the ID1-Code 2 is the Jog-Button.

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12. Program the Jog-Button with the new ASI-Address.

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ADDR-Menu.
Select with the ↑ and ↓ Buttons the new ASI-Address (refer to the electr. drawing, e.g. #8).
Push the button “PRG” in order to program the Jog-Button with the address #8.

13. Check the ASI-address assignment to the ID1-Code 2

Push the button “MODE” as often as you can see the ID1-Code 2.
Now, the ID1-Code 2 is assigned to the slave with address 8.
This is the proof that Jog-Button has the address 8 now.

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ASI-Bus-Addressing from the
Handheld Terminal Pilot 20

With two operating devices

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General Informations:

Slave Function of Slave Factory Setting ID1-Code ASI-Lane


Slave 1: Emerg. Stop Button Slave-Addr.: 1 ID1-Code: 1 1
Slave 2: Jog-Button Slave-Addr.: 2 ID1-Code: 2 2

Note:
The ASI-Bus-Addresses from the slaves need to be changed accordingly to the electrical
drawing of the machine.

The ID1-Codes are fixed assigned to the slaves, they are not changeable:

o The ID1-Code 1 is always assigned to the E-Stop-Button.


o The ID1-Code 2 is always assigned to the Jog-Button.

Because of the fact that only one ASI-slave is connected on each ASI-lane, for addressing
the ASI-slaves, they can distinguish very easy with the ASI-adapter.

In this case it is not necessary to work with the ID1-Codes.


Just plug in the Pilot 20 to the right connector of the ASI-adapter and set the new address
as usual. That’s all.

o Using the golden connector of the adapter you can address the ASI-Slave with the
ID1-Code 1, means the E-Stop-Button.
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o Using the silver connector of the adapter you can address the ASI-Slave with the
ID1-Code 2, means the Jog-Button.

In this case it is not necessary to work with the ID1-Codes.


Just plug in the Pilot 20 to the right connector of the ASI-adapter and set the new address
as usual. That’s all.

For a better understanding of the right procedure how to program the Pilot 20 we want
change the ASI-Bus-Addresses from:

o The Emergency Stop Button from ASI-Bus-Address 1 to the ASI-Bus-Address 7.


o The Jog-Button from ASI-Bus-Address 2 to the ASI-Bus-address 8.

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Step sequence for addressing the Pilot 20

1. Connect the Pilot 20 to the addressing device from Pepperl+Fuchs

Use the golden connector A from the ASI-adapter first,


and then you are able to set the address on the E-Stop-Button.

2. Check the existing ASI-address from the slave

Push the button “ADR” to read the address from the slave.

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3. Program the E-Stop-Button with the new ASI-address.

Select with the ↑ and ↓ Buttons the new ASI-Address (refer to the electr. drawing, e.g. #7).
Push the button “PRG” in order to program the E-Stop-Button with the address #7.

4. Continue with the other slave, connect the Pilot 20 to the addressing device

But now, use the silver connector B from the ASI-adapter,


and then you are able to set the address on the Jog-Button.

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5. Check the existing address from the slave

Push the button “ADR” in order to check the address from this slave.

6. Program the Jog-Button with the new ASI-Address.

Select with the ↑ and ↓ Buttons the new ASI-Address (refer to the electr. drawing, e.g. #8).
Push the button “PRG” in order to program the Jog-Button with the address #8.

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