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1 sigmadue micropac MP-01 User Manual User Manual M.U. micropac MP-01-2/09.07 Cod. J AMP01 E

2 Copyright 2008 ASCON spa All rights reserved No part of this document may be stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, electronic or mechanical, without prior written permission of ASCON Spa. ASCON has exercised care in preparing this book and believes the information contained within to be accurate. The ASCON Products are subjected to continuous improvement in the pursuit the technological leadership. These improvements could require changes to the information contained within this book. ASCON reserves the right to change such information without notice. ASCON makes no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, with regard to the documentation contained in this book. ASCON shall not be liable for any incidental and consequential damages in connection with, or arising out of the use of this book. sigmadue, gammadue and deltadue are trademarks of ASCON spa. All the other tradenames or product name are trademark or registered trademarks. ASCON spa Via Falzarego 9/ Baranzate (Milano) Italy Fax

3 INDEX Prerequisites Using this manual Current Documentation on the Internet Chapter 1 Hardware description Architecture Communication ports Integrated I/Os Diagnostic LEDs Chapter 2 Installation Mechanical installation Installing and Removing the I/O expansion modules Electrical installation Connect the communication cables Connector A connections Connector B connections Connector E connections Connector F connections Chapter 3 CPU setup Connect the Setup Terminal Starting the Setup Session CPU Main Menu Network Setup Menu Ethernet Setup Menu Serial Setup Menu CPU Setup Menu Startup Setup Menu Persistency Setup Menu CLOCK Setup Menu Retain Config Modbus TCP/IP Setup Modbus TC/IP Secure Address Table Menu Modbus TC/IP Priority ADDRS Table Menu I/O Setup Menu Setting the Local I/O ports Local AI Universal Pot Cal Menu Local AO Channel 1 & Channel 2 Menu Local AO Channel 3 & Channel 4 Menu Local AO Ch Setup Menu Temperature Menu CPU Info Menu vii vii viii iii

4 Index (continued) Chapter 4 CPU Diagnostic Tests Entering the diagnostic mask I/O Watch Window Chapter 5 Programming the CPU Installing OpenPCS Hardware and Software Requirements Installation Starting OpenPCS Configuring OpenPCS OpenPCS Setup Communication Ports Protocols Watchdog Timer Chapter 6 CPU Remote Access TFTP Protocol Access Chapter 7 CPU I/O Data Central Unit Data Digital Inputs Data Analogue Input Value I/O Diagnostic Status Onboard Temperature Values Digital Counters Digital Outputs Status Analogue Output Value Expansion Unit Expansion Units I/O Diagnostic Status Expansion Units Digital Inputs Status Expansion Units Digital Output Status Battery and Retentive Memory Status, I/O Configuration Information Battery and Retentive Memory Status I/O Configuration Information Complete Memory Map Chapter 8 Ascon Function Blocks Libraries AsconACLib AsconControlLib AsconMBCommLib Firmware Function Blocks List Chapter 9 Technical data General and environmental characteristics Functional characteristics I/O Characteristics iv

5 Index (continued) Appendix A Communication Ports Configuration A-1 Configuring the optional serial communications ports A-1-1 Configuring the X0 Port A-2 Connect the Setup Terminal A-2-1 Telnet Communications Connection A-2-2 Connect the serial setup terminal A-3 Configuring the Modbus Connections A-3-1 Configuring the X1 Modbus Port A-3-2 Configuring the Modbus Ports Appendix B Reference documents v

6 vi Index (continued)

7 Prerequisites The products described in this manual should be installed, operated and maintained only by qualified application programmers and software engineers who are familiar with EN concepts of PLC programming, automation safety topics, and applicable national standards. Using this manual Specifications within the text of this manual are given in the International System of Units (SI), with non SI equivalents in parentheses. Fully Capitalized words within the text indicate markings found on the equipment. Words in bold style within the text indicate markings found in the Configuration Tools. Warnings, Cautions and Notes are used to emphasize critical instructions: DANGER! Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Caution Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury, or property damage. Note: Highlights important information about an operating procedure or the equipment. vii

8 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Current Documentation on the Internet Make sure you are always working with the latest version of this document. ASCON spa reserves the right to make changes to its products in the name of technological advancement. New manual revisions, when published, and can be found online at: viii

9 Chapter 1 Hardware description The system described in this User Manual is mainly composed of three main components: Ascon sigmadue micropac MP-01 with optional analogue inputs, up to 4 analogue outputs, 8 digital inputs and 8 digital outputs (ready to work with OpenPCS EN compliant programming system); Ascon sigmadue micropac I/O modules; Infoteam OpenPCS EN compliant programming system. micropac MP-01, is a powerful processing device, based on an ARM RISC processor, utilizing different types of memory, some onboard I/O and several communication ports. micropac I/O is a complete family of I/O analogue and digital modules with special functions that can be connected to the MP-01 module through a dedicated bus. Infoteam OpenPCS is a powerful and useful standard programming system for PLC applications. It is a clearly structured, easily operated tool for editing, compiling, debugging, managing and printing PLC applications in all the development phases. OpenPCS supports EN programming under Windows server 2003, Windows XP SP2 or Windows Vista 32 bit. The Ascon sigmadue micropac line is based on the MP-01 module, combining its functionality with the capabilities of a PLC. Modular concept means that you can adapt the system to your requirements quickly and easily. This gives the sigmadue automation system an especially economical price/performance ratio. This User Manual handbook introduces you to the micropac line and the Infoteam OpenPCS programming system. It explains how to install the hardware and software, and how to start up the system. Information on maintenance, troubleshooting and service are also included. 1

10 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual 1-1 Architecture From the programmer s point of view, a complete system is made up as in Figure Programming the sigmadue micropac Control Unit below: Programming station Ethernet 10 Mbit base T Configuration station VT100 RS232/485 Service port sigmapac micro CPU + 28 I/O Input sensor sigmapac micro External I/O module 32 digital I/O Output Power Controller Figure Programming the sigmadue micropac Control Unit In Figure Programming the sigmadue micropac Control Unit the configuration station (VT100 terminal) and the PC with OpenPCS are displayed as two different devices, but it is possible to use just one PC to run both OpenPCS and a VT100 emulator (e.g. HyperTerminal) Communication ports The CPU has 3 communication ports (see Figure Control Unit I/O and Communication Ports ): The Ethernet port (TCP/IP) will be used for the connection to the PC for: - CPU configuration using a telnet session; - Programming, debuging and commissioning; - Modbus TCP data exchange; The optional Service RS232/485 port (connector X0) will be used as: - Configuration port of the device with VT100 terminal; - Standard ASCII serial port; - Modbus RTU data exchange port. The optional RS485 port (connector X1) will be used as: - Modbus RTU data exchange port. Pinout of all communication ports is described hereafter and in: MP-01 Installation Manual [9]. 2

11 Chapter 1 - Hardware Description Integrated I/Os The micropac base unit can house up to 28 I/O ports: 6 AI 6 analogue inputs configurable for ma, V (terminals E1... E6, F1... F6); 2 AI 2 optional universal or high level isolated analogue inputs configurable for (terminals E7... E10, F7... F10): - Thermocouples (TC J, K, L,N, R, S, T); - RTD (PT100, PT1000); - ±ma, ±V linear inputs; - Potentiometers. 4 AO 4 optional high level analogue outputs (terminals E11... E14, F11... F14); RS RUN/STOP program functionality (terminal A1); 8 DI General Purpose Digital Inputs (terminals A2... A5, B2... B5); 8 DO Isolated General Purpose Digital Outputs (terminals A6... A9, B6... B9). Ethernet 10 Base T port (LAN) + 2 LAN status LEDs RS485 Modbus Connector (X1) Serial ports configuration microswitches RS232/485 Communication/Configuration Port Connector (X0) RESET button Serial ports X0, X1 activity LEDs (green) Expansion bus connector 8 digital input LEDs (yellow) 8 digital output LEDs (red) Diagnostics LEDs = ERR = RUN = BAT = PWR Analogue input terminals (E1...E6, F1...F6) Analogue input terminals (E7...E10, F6...F10) Analogue output terminals (E11...E14 F11...F14) Run/Stop terminal (A1) and RS status LED Digital input terminals (A2...A4, B2...B4) Digital output terminals (A6...A9, B6...B9) Power Supply Terminals = +24 Vac/dc (A10, A11) = Ground (B10) = 0V (B1, B11) Figure Control Unit I/O and Communication Ports WARNING The RESET button does not restart the CPU or the 1131 application. The RESET button resets all the stored setup parameters and restores the defaut parameters (as well as those set by the user). 3

12 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Diagnostic LEDs Referring to Figure Control Unit I/O and Communication Ports a description of the LEDs functions is given in the table below. LED Colour Action (note) Description RS Yellow ON RS input active (RUN program) ERR Red Flickering (10Hz) Checksum error in RETAIN data Single flash CRC error in the configuration file, reset to default Double flash Problem during file system mount Triple flash Checksum VAR % RETAIN error ON 1131 program running RUN Green OFF 1131 program stopped or not present PWR Green ON Power Supply present BAT Yellow ON Backup battery low Note: Table Diagnostics LEDs description As the ON/OFF sequence of the LEDs has a specific meaning, it is important that the user recognizes each LED status: - OFF: the LED is not lit; - Steady ON: the LED is lit in a stable way; - Blinking: the LED blinks at a frequence of 2.5 Hz (slow); - Flickering: the LED blinks at a frequence of 10 Hz (fast); - Single flash: the LED lits once for at least 200 ms; - Double flash: the LED lits twice with pulses of 200 ms each; - Triple flash: the LED lits three with pulses of 200 ms each. 4

13 Chapter 2 Installation 2-1 Mechanical installation The sigmadue micropac MP-01 Unit and the additional external expansion I/O units are designed to be installed on standard DIN rails. As the MP-01 has only one expansion connector, it must be installed at the left end of the chain. Up to two additional external expansion I/O units can be connected in chain to the MP Installing and Removing the I/O expansion modules A complete description on how the modules can be mounted on or removed from the system can be found in the MP-01 Installation Manual [9]. 2-2 Electrical installation Refer to: Figure Control Unit I/O and Communication Ports and MP-01 Installation Manual [9] for details Connect the communication cables RS232/485 Serial Service/ ModBus Port X0 connector The connector X0 on the MP-01 unit is an RJ45 type, with the following pinout: Pin Signal D+ (RS485) D- (RS485) GND (RS485) GND (RS232) RX (RS232) TX (RS232) NC NC RS485 Modbus Port X1 connector The connector X1 on the MP-01 unit is an RJ45 type, with the following pinout: Pin Signal D+ (RS485) D- (RS485) GND (RS485) NC NC NC NC NC LAN Ethernet 10baseT LAN connector The connector on the CPU module is an RJ45 type, with the following pinout: Pin Signal TX+ TX- RX+ NC NC RX- NC NC 5

14 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Connector A connections The A terminal block allows the connection of the +24V Power Supply, Run/Stop, 4 Digital Inputs and 4 Digital Outputs Signals. The terminals are positioned as follows: Pin Label RS L+ L+ Function Run/Stop DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 POWER Signal INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT OUT OUT OUT OUT +24V +24V Run/Stop Digital Input Digital Input Digital Output Power Supply 1 RS Run/Stop terminal, connecting this terminal to a 24V source, it is possible to launch or stop the execution of the 1131 program loaded in the CPU; Digital Inputs terminals, connecting this terminal to a 24V source, it is possible to change the status of the input; Digital Outputs terminals. Each source type (PNP) digital output can manage a 24V 0.5A load; L+ 24Vdc power supply terminals Connector B connections The B terminal block allows the connection of the 0V Power Supply, 4 Digital Inputs, 4 Digital Outputs Signals and the system hearth. The terminals are positioned as follows: Pin Label M M- Function POWER DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 Ground POWER Signal 0V INPUT INPUT INPUT INPUT OUT OUT OUT OUT Ground 0V Power Digital Input Digital Output Frame Power supply ground supply 1 M- 0V power supply terminal Digital Inputs terminals, connecting this terminal to a 24V source, it is possible to change the status of the input Digital Outputs terminals. Each source type (PNP) digital output can manage a 24V 0.5A load. 10 Frame ground. 11 M- 0V power supply terminal. 6

15 Chapter 2 - Installation Connector E connections The E terminal block allows the connection of 6 Analogue Inputs, 2 optional Analogue Inputs and 4 Analogue Outputs. The terminals are positioned as follows: Pin Label A V B A ma V B ma Function AI1 AI2 AI3 AI4 AI5 AI6 Univ. AI1 Univ. AI2 AO1 AO2 AO3 AO4 Signal IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN OUT OUT OUT OUT Analogue input (ma, V) Analogue input (±ma, ±V) Analogue ouput (±ma, ±V) configurable analogue (linear) input plus (+) poles. These inputs can be configured as ma or V. The minus (-) poles are on connector F ; A...B 2 optional universal/high level analogue (linear) inputs (No. 7, 8) (see the MP-01 Installation Manual for details). The number (0... 2) and type of input can be identified with the order code. The other terminals of these 2 inputs are on connector F ; optional analogue output plus (+) poles. The number of output (0... 4) is specified in the order code, the type of output is set during the CPU setup phase (see the MP-01 Installation Manual for details). The minus (-) poles are on connector F Connector F connections The connector labelled F has 14 terminals: Pin P b P b Name com com Function AI1 AI2 AI3 AI4 AI5 AI6 Univ. AI1 Univ. AI2 AO1 AO2 AO3 AO4 Signal IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN OUT OUT OUT OUT Analogue input (ma, V) Analogue input (±ma, ±V) Analogue ouput (±ma, ±V) configurable analogue (linear) input minus (-) poles; P...b 2 optional universal/high level analogue (linear) inputs (No. 7, 8) (see the MP-01 Installation Manual for details); optional analogue output minus (-) poles. 7

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17 Chapter 3 CPU setup At start-up, a configuration session is started to setup the system module and configure the system I/Os. Setup data can be inserted using a VT100 terminal or a Personal Computer with a Hyper Terminal program or a Telnet client. 3-1 Connect the Setup Terminal There are 2 ports available on the CPU to enter the configuration session: the X0 port for the serial RS232 connection or the LAN port for the ethernet connection. Depending on the setup method used, the user must: Set the X0 or the LAN port (consult the MP-01 Installation Manual [9] for details); Provide the proper connection cable; Set the correct communications parameters; Run the communications program. Caution Appendix A describes connection and the setup details of the ports connection and configuration of the communication ports. Once the setup terminal (VT100 or PC) is correctly connected to the MP-01 basic unit, the user can start the configuration session. In Appendix C is inserted the tree structure of the setup menus. 9

18 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Accessing the Main Menu Starting the Setup Session To start the setup session, press the ENTER (the PC sends a CR, Carriage Return, character to the CPU) key on the setup terminal while RUN and ERR LEDs are blinking on the Basic Unit at Power ON. If the character CR is not sent before a predefined time (start-up timeout) the system ends the configuration session and starts the PLC application. In this chapter some templates of a configuration session are shown. After the reception of the first CR character, the welcome screen appears as follows: AAA SSS CCCCCC OOOOOO NNNNNNNNNNNNN AAA SSS CCCCCCCCCCCC OOOOOOOOOO NNNNNNNNNNNNNN AAA SSS CCCC CCC OOO OOO NNN NNN AAA SSSS CCCC OOO OOONNN NNN A AAA SSSS CCC OOO OOONNN NNN AAA AAA SSSS CCC OOO OOONNN NNN AAA AAA SSSS CCC OOO OOONNN NNN AAA AAA SSSSCCC CCOOO OOONNN NNN AAA AAA SSCCC CCCOOO OOONNN NNN AAA AAA SSSCCC CCCC OOO OOO NNN NNN AAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSS CCCCCCCCCCC OOOOOOOOOO NNN NNN AAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSS CCCCCCC OOOOOO NNN NNN Press Enter to Continue_ Press ENTER again to reach the configuration session Main Menu. Please note that the system has a further timeout that controls the duration of the configuration session; this is the inactivity timeout. If the user does not work with the console for a time greater than this timeout, the configuration session will be ended automatically and the PLC application will be started. Both the described timeouts can be set during the configuration. The user should not set too short timeouts, affecting the possibility to work with the configuration console. To select an item of a menu or to insert a value for a parameter, the user must type the corresponding number and than press ENTER. 3-2 CPU Main Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration MAIN MENU 1. Network Setup 2. Cpu Setup 3. Modbus TCP/IP Setup 4. I/O Setup 5. Cpu Info 6. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Base Unit configuration Main Menu The Main Menu (see Figure 3.1) has 6 different items: Network Setup All the communication ports settings of the CPU CPU Setup Specific CPU parameters ModbusTCP/IP Setup Modbus TCP/ IP Settings I/O Setup Onboard I/O Configuration CPU Info Firmware and hardware version Exit End the configuration session 10

19 Chapter 3 - CPU setup Network Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration Network setup menu 1. Ethernet Setup 2. Serial Setup 3. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Network Setup Menu Ethernet Setup Serial Setup Exit Ethernet Setup Parameters Serial Setup Parameters Return to previous menu Ethernet Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration ETHERNET SETUP 1. MAC Address: 00:50:c2:47:60:ff 2. IP Address: Subnet Mask: Gateway Address: Server Address: DHCP: DISABLED 7. Port: Exit Enter Selection: Figure Ethernet Setup Menu MAC Address IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Address Server Address DHCP Port Exit Device Board MAC Address Display Device IP Address Device subnet mask The Network Gateway Address The DHCP Server Address DHCP Protocol Enable OpenPCS Logic Port Number Return to previous menu 11

20 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Serial Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration SERIAL SETUP MENU 1. Baudrate: 2, (9600 bps) 2. Parity: 0 (NO PARITY) 3. Stop Bit: 1 4. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Serial Setup Menu Serial Setup Connection Baudrate Possible Values Value Baudrate Baudrate Serial Setup Connection Parity Possible Values Value Parity Parity 0 None 1 Even 2 Odd Stop bit Serial Setup Connection Stop bit: valid values are 1 or 2 Exit Return to previous menu CPU Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration CPU SETUP MENU 1. Startup Setup 2. Persistency Setup 3. Clock Setup 4. Retain Config 5. Exit Enter Selection: Figure CPU Setup Menu Startup Timeout Setup Timeout Setup Parameters Persistency Setup Persistency Parameters Clock Setup Real Time Clock Settings Retain Config Retentive Registers Configuration Exit Return to previous menu 12

21 Chapter 3 - CPU setup Startup Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration STARTUP TIMEOUT SETUP 1. Startup Timeout (2..120s): Inactivity Timeout (2..120s): Post Startup Run (1..2): PLC 4. DO1 used for watchdog (0..1): Disabled 5. DI[1..8] Counter Enable: Exit Enter Selection: Figure Startup Setup Menu Startup Timeout The time available to enter in the startup session Inactivity Timeout Post Startup Run DO1 used by watchdog DI[1...8] Counter Enable Exit Persistency Setup Menu Inactivity Timeout (please see for details) After the startup session could be run the PLC program or the I/O Watching window (1 = PLC, 2 = I/O Watch) If enabled, the digital output DO1 could be connected to a software function block to signal a watchdog event A counter function can be enabled for each digital input (0 = counter disabled, 1 = counter enabled) Return to previous menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration PERSISTENCY SETUP 1. Erase PLC Program 2. PLC Program Persistency (0..1): ENABLED 3. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Pesistency Setup Menu Erase PLC Program PLC Program Persistency Exit Command to erase the resident PLC program in the non volatile memory If enabled every new download of a valid PLC program will be stored in the non volatile memory Return to previous menu The CPU is able to save a PLC program in persistent memory. This means that when PLC Program Persistency is ENABLED, the program will be automatically loaded and executed at start-up. Every time the user downloads a new program to the CPU (during the development activities), it is saved in the persistent memory and at next device start up, the last downloaded program will be executed. Saving a program in persistent memory is a time consuming activity. For that reason the user may want to disable the automatic program save to make development activities more efficient. It can be useful to prevent execution of any program at start-up. Selecting the item Erase PLC program the retentive memory area reserved to store PLC programs is erased. This activity take several seconds. When the Persistency setup menu screen reappears then the memory has been erased. 13

22 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual CLOCK Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration CLOCK SETUP MENU 1. Day of the Month: 1 2. Month: 4 3. Year: 5 4. Day of the Week: 5 5. Hour: Minutes: Seconds: 7 8. Refresh 9. Exit Enter Selection: Note: Figure Clock Setup Day of the Month Month Year Day of the Week Hour Minutes Seconds Refresh Exit Clock values are not automatically updated on the screen, refresh the values to upate Retain Config Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration RETAIN CONFIG MENU 1. MB Slave 1 Split register ( ): MB Slave 2 Split register ( ): Simple Split byte ( ): 2056 Set the number of the day of the month Set the number of the month of the year Set the year Set the number of the day of the week Set the Hour Set the Minutes Set the Seconds Command to refresh the clock values Return to previous menu 4. Exit Enter Selection: Standard and Retentive memory management Figure Retain Config Menu MB Slave 1 Split register MB Slave 2 Split register Simple Split byte Exit Slave 1 Modbus Memory Area (4096 registers) Slave 2 Modbus Memory Area (4096 registers) Marker Memory Area (16364 bytes) Return to previous menu The IEC 1131 programming tools allow to declare retentive variables using a specific syntax. These variables are saved and load from the retained memory which has a 32kB size (for security reasons, the memory is duplicated and refreshed during runtime operations). Differently from this automatic mechanism, it is possible to specify, during the boot-up configuration session, the amount of retained variables to be used in the percentage area. The standard memory locations usable as retentive variables are accessible as registers, up to the maximum amount normally available for each Modbus agent (Slave 1 and Slave 2) and up to 16 kb in the marker area. 14

23 Chapter 3 - CPU setup In particular, the range of registers available as retentive are: Modbus Slave 1 : %MW %MW Modbus Slave 2 : %MW %MW Marker Area : %MB %MB Slave registers Slave registers Marker bytes Note: Publishing I/O configuration data, Battery and Retain Memory status Figure Percentage retentive areas In the boot-up configuration session, by a specific dedicated menu, it is possibile to define the number of registers, for each areas, to be used as retentive. From the main menu select CPU setup -> Retain Config. From the Retain Config menu it is possible to specify the split point between the retentive and the standard memory location. In case the ENTIRE memory will be defined as retentive, the cycle time of the application will be increased of around 12 ms. In case of a Cold start command: the standard retentive variables will be reset or will assume the initialization value whereas the percentage retentive variables will be reset. In case of CRC error, the 2 areas are separately reset or initialized. In case of a Warm Start command: both the standard and percentage retentive variables will be unaffected. In case of file corruption, the percentage retentive variables will be reset. In case of a Hot start command: both the standard and percentage retentive variables will be unaffected. At the moment it is possibile to upload or download both the retentive memory areas, for the standard and percentage variables, using a TFTP session. The timeframe window to perform this operation is available only during the boot-up phase before the configuration access. To upload or download the retentive memory files, please follow the procedure described at paragraph: TFTP Protocol Access on page 33 in chaper 6 paragraph6.1 The name of the files are: Retentive standard : /fs2/retain Retentive percentage: /fs2/perc_ret During 1131 program execution is possible to recall some information present in certain particular addresses of the percentage memory. In particular: %M0.0 : Battery satus (1 low, 0 ok); %M0.1 : Classic retain memory status at startup (1 corrupted, 0 ok) %M0.2 : Percentage retain memory status at startup (1 corrupted, 0 ok). The battery status is runtime calculated and updated at the beginning of each cycle. The remaining two flags are released at startup and the value remains unchanged after a warm or a cold startup. The configuration of all the analogue I/O present in the CPU module are mapped, in byte, at addresses %MB MB21.0. Each byte represents a channel. In particular: %MB %MB15.0 : 6 AI HL (always present); %MB %MB19.0 :4 AO (present/or absent in couples) %MB % MB21.0 : 2 additional UL or HL optional channels 15

24 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Using the conversion tables that follow, is possible to find the configuration type of the analogue I/Os. Code 6 High Level Inputs 2 optional High Level Inputs 2 optional Universal Inputs 4 optional Analogue Outputs (%MB %MB15.0) (%MB % MB21.0) (%MB % MB21.0) (%MB % MB19.0) V V mv V V mv ma V V mv V V mv ma V V mv ma V V V V TC J ma ma TC K ma ma TC L ma TC N TC R TC S TC T Pt Pt Potentiometer - When the analogue outputs or the optional expansion modules are not installed, at the correspondig missed channel is possible to read 0xFF (255). WARNING At each warm/cold start, the I/O configuration codes are loaded/written in the marker percentage memory. If the same marker percentage memory areas are used to store user application data, pay extreme attention to the fact that at each warm/cold start these memories are written with the I/O configuration codes causing the destruction of the application data Modbus TCP/IP Setup Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration MODBUS TCP/IP SETUP 1. Messages per cycle: Broken connection timeout(s): Secure Address Setup 4. Priority Address Setup 5. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Modbus TCP/IP Setup Menu Messages per Cycle Broken Connection Timeout Number of processed messages per cycle. Valid values from Inactivity Timeout of a TCP/IP connection. Valid values from s 16

25 Chapter 3 - CPU setup Secure Address Setup Secure Address Setup Menu Priority Address Setup Priority Address Setup Menu Exit Return to previous menu To verify the connection state after a long period of inactivity, the TCP/IP "keep alive" protocol is used. The protocol performs the following steps sequentially: 1. At each received message the timeout is zeroed ; 2. In the event that the programmed timeout is reached, a "probe" message is sent in order to verify if the connection is still active; 3. If an answer to the "probe" is received, then the timeout is zeroed; 4. I no answer is received, the "probe" will be sent again three times, every 10 s; 5. After the fourth "probe" has received no answer the connection will be closed Modbus TC/IP Secure Address Table Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration MODBUS TCP SECURE ADDRESSES TABLE MENU Insert New Address Exit Enter Selection: Figure Modbus TCP/IP Secure Address Table Menu When the security functions are enabled (please see the "Firmware Function Block Library Manual"), the list of the addresses present in this menu will indicate the Modbus TCP/IP Clients that can access the CPU module. To insert a new address, select 0, then type in the new address; it will be inserted in the first free position. To delete an address, select the number of the address you want to remove Modbus TC/IP Priority ADDRS Table Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration MODBUS TCP PRIORITY ADDRESSES TABLE MENU 0. Insert New Address Exit Enter Selection: Figure Modbus TCP/IP Secure Address Table Menu The insertion rules are the same as described for the Security address pool. Addresses inserted in the Priority connection pool are managed by the system in a specific way. The Modbus TCP/IP server agent can maintain up to 10 TCP connections at the same time. When a new connection request is made and all available connections are utilized, the system will close one of the present active connections to satisfy the new request. Addresses not belonging to the Priority connection pool will be closed firs, followed by those which have been inactive longest 17

26 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual I/O Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration I/O SETUP MENU 1. Local High Level AI 2. Optional High Level AI: Yes 3. Optional Universal AI: No 4. Local AO CH1 & CH2: Yes 5. Local AO CH3 & CH4: Yes 6. Expansion 1: No 7. Expansion 2: No 8. Temperature 9. Exit Enter Selection: Figure I/O Setup Menu Local High Level AI Optional High Level AI Optional Universal AI Local AO CH1 & CH2 Local AO CH3 & CH4 Expansion 1 Expansion 2 Temperature Exit High Level Analogue Inputs Configuration Optional High Level Analogue Inputs Configuration. If this option is present the CPU inserts automatically the tag Yes. Otherwise the tag used is No [note]. Optional Universal Analogue Inputs Configuration. If this option is present the CPU inserts automatically the tag Yes. Otherwise the tag used is No [note]. Analogue Outputs 1 and 2 Configuration. If this option is present the CPU inserts automatically the tag Yes. Otherwise the tag used is No. Analogue Outputs 3 and 4 Configuration. If this option is present the CPU inserts automatically the tag Yes. Otherwise the tag used is No. First Expansion Unit Configuration. If this option is present the CPU inserts automatically the tag Yes. Otherwise the tag used is No. Second Expansion Unit Configuration. If this option is present the CPU inserts automatically the tag Yes. Otherwise the tag used is No. Onboard Temperature measurement Return to previous menu Note: The presence/absence in the system of either 2 Optional High Level Analogue Inputs or 2 Optional Universal Inputs is determined by the order code. 18

27 Chapter 3 - CPU setup Setting the Local I/O ports Select a Standard Local AI Channel Standard Local AI Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration 1. CH1 2. CH2 3. CH3 4. CH4 5. CH5 6. CH6 7. Exit LOCAL AI MENU Enter Selection: Figure Standard Local AI Selection Menu Ch1 Analogue Input Channel 1 Configuration Ch2 Analogue Input Channel 2 Configuration Ch3 Analogue Input Channel 3 Configuration Ch4 Analogue Input Channel 4 Configuration Ch5 Analogue Input Channel 5 Configuration Ch6 Analogue Input Channel 6 Configuration Exit Return to previous menu Setup the Selected Local AI Channel Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AI HL CH MENU CH NUMBER: 1 1. Installed: Y 2. Channel Input Type (0..5): 3 (0 10 Volt) 3. Read Value: 0.00 V 4. Refresh 5. Exit Enter Selection: Note: Figure Local Analogue Input High Level Setup Menu CH Number Installed Channel Input Type Read Value Refresh Exit Chosen Analogue Input Channel (Note) For the high level analogue inputs this item is always Yes Analogue Input Type Possible values: Value Type V V V V ma ma Input value read Refresh command to update the Read Value item Return to previous menu Please note that for all 6 high level input channels the setup menu is the same as described here. 19

28 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Select an Optional Local AI HL Channel Optional Local AI High Level Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AI HL OPTIONAL MENU 1. CH7 2. CH8 3. Enable (0..1): Yes 4. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Optional Local AI HL Selection Menu Ch7 Analogue Input Channel 7 Configuration Ch8 Analogue Input Channel 8 Configuration Enable YES if the High Level Analogue Inputs Option is present Exit Return to previous menu Setup the Selected AI High Level Channel Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AI HL OPTIONAL CH MENU CH NUMBER: 7 1. Installed: Y 2. Channel Input Type (0..9): 9 ( ma) 3. Read Value: 0.00 ma 4. Refresh 5. Exit Enter Selection: Note: Figure Optional Local AI HL Setup Menu CH Number Chosen Analogue Input Channel (Note) Installed Yes If the High Level Analogue Inputs Option is present Analogue Input Type Possible values Value Type V V V Channel Input Type V V V V ma ma ma Read Value Input value read Refresh Refresh command to update the Read Value item Exit Return to previous menu Please note that for both optional high level input channels the setup menu is the same as described here. 20

29 Chapter 3 - CPU setup Select an Optional Local AI Universal Channel Optional Local AI Universal Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AI UNIVERSAL OPTIONAL MENU 1. CH7 2. CH8 3. Enable (0..1): Yes 4. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Additional Local AI Universal Selection Menu Ch7 Ch8 Enable Exit Analogue Input Universal Channel 7 Configuration Analogue Input Universal Channel 8 Configuration YES if the High Level Analogue Inputs Option is present Return to previous menu Setup the Selected AI Universal Channel Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AI UNIVERSAL OPTIONAL CH MENU CH NUMBER: 7 1. Installed: Y 2. Channel Input Type (0..15): 6 (Type J) 3. Temperature unit (0..2): C 4. Cold Junction Compensation (0..1): N 5. Read Value: 0.00 C 6. Refresh 7. Freq Rejection [0..1]: 50Hz 8. Calibration Potetntiometer 9. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Optional Local AI Universal Setup Menu CH Number Installed Channel Input Type Chosen Analogue Input Channel (Note) Yes If the Universal Analogue Inputs Option is present Analogue Input Type Possible values: Value Type LO range HI range mv mv mv mv mv V 6 Thermocouple J -210 C (-346 F)(63K) 1200 C (2192 F)(1473K) 7 Thermocouple K -200 C (-328 F)(73K) 1372 C (2501 F)(1645K) 8 Thermocouple L -200 C (-328 F)(73K) 600 C (1112 F)(873K) 9 Thermocouple N 0 C (32 F)(273K) 1300 C (2372 F)(1573K) 10 Thermocouple R 0 C (32 F)(273K) 1600 C (2912 F)(1873K) 11 Thermocouple S 0 C (32 F)(273K) 1760 C (3200 F)(2033K) 12 Thermocouple T -200 C (-328 F)(73K) 400 C (752 F)(673K) 21

30 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Channel Input Type Temperature Unit Cold Junction Compensation Read Value Refresh Frequency Rejection Calibration potentiometer Exit 13 Thermoresistance PT C (-328 F)(73K) 1372 C (2501 F)(1645K) 14 Thermoresistance PT C (-328 F)(73K) 850 C (1562 F)(1123K) 15 Potentiometer In case of temperature measurement this item allows the user to select the desired measurement unit Possible values are: Value Unit 0 C 1 K 2 F In case of Thermocouple measurement this item allows the user to activate or deactivate the internal cold junction compensation Possible values are: Code Active compensation 0 No 1 Yes Input value read Refresh command to update the Read Value item Set the power rejection filter Possible values are: Code Rejection frequency 0 50 Hz 1 60 Hz Potentiometer Calibration Menu Return to previous menu Note: Please note that for both optional universal input channels the setup menu is the same as described here Local AI Universal Pot Cal Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AI UNIVERSAL POT CAL MENU Channel: 0 Action: Press Refresh 1. Exec 2. Refresh 4. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Local AI Universal Pot Cal Menu Due to the fact that the potentiometer input must be calibrated in the field, the necessary operations are performed using this menu. The following steps are required: 1. Enter in the menu of the channel where the potentiometer is connected (see Setup the Selected AI Universal Channel on page 21); 2. Select Channel Input Type as Potentiometer (value 15); 3. Enter in Calibration Potentiometer menu using the item 8; 4. Set a Refresh command using the item 2. The system will answer with Ready for cal hi ; 22

31 Chapter 3 - CPU setup 5. Move the potentiometer to the Hi Value ; 6. Set the command by item 1; 7. Set a Refresh command using item 2. The system will answer with Ready for cal Lo ; 8. Move the potentiometer to the Lo Value ; 9. Set the command by item 1; 10.Set a Refresh command using item 2. The system will answer with Exit Calib ; 11.Set the command by item 1 to end the calibration. Action Next executable action Exec Refresh Exit Command to execute the Action Go to next Calibration Step Return to previous menu Local AO Channel 1 & Channel 2 Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AO CH1 & CH2 MENU 1. CH1 2. CH2 3. ENABLED: Yes 3. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Local AO Channel 1 & Channel 2 Menu Ch1 Ch2 Enabled Exit Analogue Output Channel 1 Configuration Analogue Output Channel 2 Configuration Yes if the Optional Analogue Output Channel 1 and 2 are present Return to previous menu Local AO Channel 3 & Channel 4 Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AO CH3 & CH4 MENU 1. CH3 2. CH4 3. ENABLED: Yes 3. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Local AO Channel 3 & Channel 4 Menu Ch3 Analogue Output Channel 3 Configuration Ch4 Analogue Output Channel 4 Configuration Enabled Yes if the Optional Analogue Output Channel 3 and 4 are present Exit Return to previous menu 23

32 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Local AO Ch Setup Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration LOCAL AO CH MENU Ch Number: 3 1. Channel Out Mode (0..4):4 ( mA) 2. Channel Out Value (%): Exit Enter Selection: Figure Local AO Setup Menu Ch Channel Out Mode Channel Out Value Exit Chosen Analogue Output Channel (Note) Analogue Output Type Possible values are: Value Type V ma V ma ma Using this item the analogue output value can be set: please note that the range of the value is: % for dual polarity signals % for single polarity signals Return to previous menu Note: Please note that for all 4 optional output channels the setup menu is the same as described here. 24

33 Chapter 3 - CPU setup Temperature Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration TEMPERATURE MENU Temperature 1: 31.6 Temperature 2: T1 Unit (0..2): Celsius 2. T1 Unit (0..2): Celsius 3. Read T1 4. Read T2 5. Refresh 6. Exit Enter Selection: Figure Temperature Menu Temperature 1 (Temp 1) Temperature 2 (Temp 2) T1 Unit T2 Unit Read T1 Read T2 Refresh Exit Measured temperature used to compensate the cold junction Measured temperature of the internal electronic board Measure Unit used for T1 Possible values are: Value Type 0 Celsius 1 Fahrenheit 2 Kelvin Measure Unit used for T2 Possible values are: Value Type 0 Celsius 1 Fahrenheit 2 Kelvin Command to read T1 value Command to read T2 value Refresh the displayed values T1 and T2 Return to previous menu 25

34 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual CPU Info Menu Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration CPU INFO HW Version: 4.0 FW Version: 1.1 b3 OEM-ID: 536 Virtual Machine: ) PLC-Status: 0 (OK) 2) Exit Enter Selection: Figure CPU Info HW Version FW Version OEM-ID Virtual Machine PLC-Status Exit Revision of the CPU hardware Revision of the CPU firmware Ascon CODE for the runtime software Version of the runtime software CPU Status Indication, and acknowledge of the active alarms displayed Possible Status Values are: Value Type 0 Normal status 1 Data Configuration Error (DCE) 2 Retain Error(RE) 3 DCE + RE 4 Battery Low (BL) 5 BL + DCE 6 BL + RE 7 BL + RE + DCE Return to previous menu Active alarms are acknowledged by entering 1 and the return key (displayed by CPU Info screen). 26

35 Chapter 4 CPU Diagnostic Tests 4-1 Entering the diagnostic mask The MP-01 unit provides the user with a diagnostic mask in order to test the onboard I/Os. This mask can be activated from the STARTUP TIMEOUT MENU using the entry Post Startup Run. Ascon S.p.a. Sigma micropac Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration STARTUP TIMEOUT SETUP 1. Startup Timeout (2..120s): Inactivity Timeout (2..120s): Post Startup Run (1..2): PLC 4. DO1 used for watchdog (0..1): Disabled 5. DI[1..8] Counter Enable: Exit Enter Selection: Figure Startup Setup Menu To run the I/O Watch Window, the value I/O Watch must be set: insert the value 3 at the Enter selection input and use the value 2 to activate the diagnostic mask. The table that follows displays the possible values for the Post StartUp Run entry: Value Value displayed Meaning 1 PLC 2 I/O Watch Exiting the configuration session the system runs the PLC 1131 application Exiting the configuration session the system runs the I/O Watch Window When the user exits the configuration session, the system restarts running the specified program. 27

36 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual 4-2 I/O Watch Window Ascon S.p.a. SigmaPAC micro Control Unit MP-01 Device configuration I/O WATCH DI: DO: AO CH1 (Volt): AO CH2 (Volt): AO CH3 (Volt): AO CH4 (Volt): 0.00 AI UNIVERSAL CH1: Not Present CH2: Not Present Figure I/O Watch Window AI HIGH LEVEL CH1: 2.50 V CH2: 2.50 V CH3: 2.50 V CH4: 2.50 V CH5: 2.50 V CH6: 2.50 V CH7: 0.00 V CH8: 0.00 V T1: 31.4 Celsius T2: 34.0 Celsius 6. Expansion 1 Watch Window 7. Expansion 1 Watch Window 8. Autorefresh (0..5): 1 Enter selection: Using the I/O Watch Window the user can: Read the analogue inputs in engineering format; Read the digital inputs in binary format; Set the analogue output values in percentage ( ); Set the digital outputs in binary format; Read the temperture values from the connectors (used for the cold junction compensation in case of TC input) and from the internal board (internal use only). The window is updated continuously in order to allow the user to test the I/O connected to the unit. The refresh rate can be adjusted using the following table: Value Refresh rate 0 No refresh (static mask) Time between 2 refresh sessions ( seconds) To set an output value, the user must select the output number (1 for the digital, for the analogue output) and then specify the desired value: - A percentage ( %) for the analogue (without regard tor the output type); - A digital value for the digital. Examples: Digital Output Channels Digital Output DO 1 DO 2 DO 3 DO 4 DO 5 DO 6 DO 7 DO 8 Desired value Enter selection 1 Insert new value Analogue Output Channels Ch1 Output Type: V Desired value: 7.00 V Enter selection: 2 Insert new value: Ch2 Output Type: ma Desired value: 12 ma Enter selection: 3 Insert new value:

37 Chapter 5 Programming the CPU 5-1 Installing OpenPCS Hardware and Software Requirements OpenPCS requires a PC with at least: - Pentium II, 1GHz; MB RAM; - 16 GB of free disk space; - CD-ROM and 1024*768 resolution; - Windows 2003, Windows XP SPII or Windows Vista 32bit Installation OpenPCS is provided on CD-ROM. The CD auto-starts a screen where you can select the software you want to install. If auto-start is not activated or does not work, please start the lastdistributed OenPCS programming tool version (e.g. OpenPCS_Ver_631e.exe file) available in X:\SETUP\ folder ( X : is the letter assigned to the CD-ROM drive in your PC). At the end of the installation, you will be asked if you want to install hardware drivers. If you received drivers with your PLC, enter the path to the hardware driver, otherwise select 'Quit'. If you received drivers for your PLC, you also received a licence key for OpenPCS. See Licence Editor for how to insert a licence key. If you do not have a hardware driver or a licence key, OpenPCS is still functional, but restricted to 'SIMULATION'. Note: Installations to substituted drives are not supported by Windows XP Starting OpenPCS Start Windows and choose: Start Programs infoteam OpenPCS 2008 infoteam OpenPCS 2008 in the start-menu to open the Framework. 29

38 Sigmadue - micropac MP-01 - User manual Configuring OpenPCS In order to work with the Ascon CPU target, you must install in OpenPCS a cab file. The file Ascon_sigmadue_zzzz.cab contains all the files describing Ascon sigmadue Hardware, drivers, examples and utilities (zzzz are digits to identify the year of the software release). In the OpenPCS Extras menu, select tools Driver install. Select the desired cabinet (e.g. Ascon_sigmadue_2009.cab), then Install. Figure OpenPCS OEM Driver Installation 5-2 OpenPCS Setup To connect the OpenPCS development system to the Ascon target, a new connection must be defined. Select Connections... item in the PLC menu. In the window of OpenPCS Connection Setup select New. Now in the window Edit connection it is possible to set the new connection. In the field Name you can name the new connection. By pushing the Select button you can pick the driver that manages the communication with the target: for Ascon CPU is TCP52. Figure OpenPCS Connection Setup 30

39 Chapter 5 - Programming the CPU Now, click Settings button to set the communication parameters. Figure TCP Settings The Port number and IP address must be the same as those configured at the initial CPU configuration session. See the Ethernet setup menu, items 7 and 2. OpenPCS environment is now ready to communicate with the Ascon target. The project must be set up in order to use the CPU. Select the Resource Properties item in the PLC menu, select Ascon in the Hardware Module field, then select the newly created TCP connection in the Network Connection field. Setup Communication Timeout Figure OpenPCS resource Specifications The code Optimization menu allows for three choices of compilation: Normal and Speed only refers to the NCC: Native Code Compilation, while Size only refers to the standard code. Please note that the use of NCC does not permit the user to insert break points in debugging projects. There are several conditions that could make it necessary to set the Ethernet Port communication timeout to a value higher than the default value. This timeout checks the dialogue between OpenPCS and the target CPU. When dealing with large programs, it may be necessary to set a longer driver timeout. The default value of 20000ms can be increased by using the following register key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\infoteam Software GmbH\ OpenPCS\6.x.x\Online\TcpDriverTimeout_ms] Value = "20000" means a timeout of 20 seconds. 31

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