1 Using the WAGO PROFINET Coupler as Remote I/O with a Siemens S7 PLC, English Version 1.0.0
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3 Table of Contents 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Important comments Legal principles Copyright Personnel qualification Intended use Range of validity Symbols Description Reference Material Solution Configure the S7 PLC in the STEP 7 HW-Configuration Install the WAGO GSD File Configure the WAGO in the STEP 7 HW-Configuration Assign a Device Name to the WAGO Download the hardware configuration to the S7 PLC Testing the WAGO in the ONLINE Mode...27
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6 6 Description 2 Description The purpose of this application note is to provide a step-by-step example of interfacing a Siemens S7 PLC with PROFINET Scanner to the WAGO PROFINET Coupler. 3 Reference Material This procedure has been tested with, but is not limited to, the following hardware and software: Siemens CPU315F-2 PN/DP Processor/PROFINET Scanner Siemens SIMATIC Manager STEP 7 Software, Version V5.3 + SP3, Rev K gsdml-v2.0-wago-series750_ xml (PROFINET GSD File) WAGO Port Ethernet Switch WAGO PROFINET Node consisting of: WAGO PROFINET Coupler Ch 24VDC Digital Input Module (4 Bits Digital Inputs) Ch 24VDC Digital Output Module (4 Bits Digital Outputs) Ch 0-10VDC Analog Input Module (2 Words Analog Inputs) Ch 0-10VDC Analog Output Module (2 Words Analog Outputs) End Module
7 Solution 7 4 Solution This document assumes that you have an overall understanding of the Siemens S7 hardware and software. It focuses on the basics of configuring the WAGO PROFINET Coupler in the STEP 7 HW-Configuration tool. After the hardware configuration is complete, the WAGO is available for use as distributed I/O in a STEP 7 project. This procedure is divided into the following steps: Configure the S7 PLC in the STEP 7 HW-Configuration Install the WAGO GSD file Configure the WAGO in the STEP 7 HW-Configuration Assign a Device Name to the WAGO in the STEP 7 HW- Configuration Download the hardware configuration to the S7 PLC Test the WAGO in the ONLINE mode of the STEP 7 HW- Configuration
8 8 Solution 4.1 Configure the S7 PLC in the STEP 7 HW-Configuration In this section the Siemens CPU315F-2 PN/DP Processor/PROFINET Scanner is added to the STEP 7 HW-Configuration. The PROFINET scanner is assigned an IP address and a PROFINET subnet is created. Launch SIMATIC Manager and create a new project.
9 Solution 9 In the New Project dialog box enter the name of the project. Example: S7_PN_AppNote Click OK. The project name appears in the project organizer.
10 10 Solution Right-click on the project name and select Insert New Object > SIMATIC 300 Station from the menu list as shown below. The project organizer is displayed.
11 Solution 11 Right-click on SIMATIC 300(1) and select Open Object. The HW Config window appears. Select the menu command Insert > Insert Object... From the list select SIMATIC 300 > RACK-300 > Rail.
12 12 Solution An empty station grid is displayed. The components of the local PLC rack need to be added to the grid, which in this case includes a power supply and the CPU. Right-click on Slot 1 and select Insert Object... Then select the power supply for your system. Right-click on Slot 2 and select Insert Object. Then select the model and version of the CPU.
13 Solution 13 A Properties dialog box is displayed for defining the Ethernet interface. Enter the IP address and Subnet mask of the PROFINET Scanner. When this is complete, click New... Another Properties dialog box is displayed for defining a new subnet. Enter a name for the PROFINET network, such as ProfiNet1 and click OK. Click OK a second time to exit the Properties window.
14 14 Solution The S7 PLC and PROFINET scanner are now configured in the STEP 7 HW- Configuration. The SIMATIC Manager will display a network similar to the one shown below:
15 Solution Install the WAGO GSD File A GSD file (Generic Station Description), which is supplied by the device manufacturer, contains a description of the PROFINET device. A GSD file provides a simple way to import a device s profile into a PROFINET configuration tool, like the STEP 7 HW-Configuration tool. The current revision of the WAGO GSD file is named gsdml-v2.0- wago-series750(753) xml. This file can be obtained from the download area of the WAGO website ( or by contacting WAGO Technical Support. To stall the WAGO GSD file in STEP 7 HW-Configuration, select the menu command Options > Install GSD file.
16 16 Solution The following dialog box appears. Click Browse and navigate to the folder where the WAGO GSD file is stored. Select the GSD file in the list box and click Install. After successfully installing the WAGO GSD file, its profile is available for the STEP 7 HW-Configuration tool.
17 Solution Configure the WAGO in the STEP 7 HW- Configuration In this section, the WAGO PROFINET Coupler is added to the STEP 7 HW-Configuration. WAGO I/O modules are then added to the configuration in the order in which they are physically located in the node. Click on the PROFINET network. Then right-click on it to bring up the menu shown below. Select the menu command Insert Object
18 18 Solution From the menu, select Additional Field Device. A list of installed devices is displayed. Select the V01.00.xx. The WAGO is added to the network as shown below. Right-click on the WAGO node and select Object Properties.
19 Solution 19 A Properties dialog box is displayed. The default Device Name and Device Number are displayed for the WAGO The STEP 7 HW- Configuration automatically generates these values from the device profile. These values can be change if desired. Click OK to continue. Note: All devices on an Ethernet subnet must have a unique Device Name. The Device Names must also satisfy DNS naming conventions. Note: The STEP 7 HW-Configuration automatically assigns an IP address to the WAGO Starting with the IP address of the IO controller, STEP 7 HW-Configuration searches for the next available IP address.
20 20 Solution Next the STEP 7 HW-Configuration tool is used to assign the I/O modules in the WAGO PROFINET node. All modules are entered in the order in which they are physically located in the node. Click on the WAGO node. The I/O grid for the WAGO is displayed at the bottom of the screen. Right-click on slot 1 and select Insert Object...
21 Solution 21 Select the > Digital Input Module > 75x-402 4DI(+4 BIT 1) Note: There are two parts that start with the 75x-402 part number. The 75x DI (+4Bit 0) is used when 75x-402 module starts a new byte in the input process image. This module only uses the first 4 bits of the byte. If a second 75x-402 module is needed, the 75x-402* 4DI (-4Bit 0) part is used. This part serves as a placeholder and fills-in the last 4 bits of the existing byte. Right-click on slot 2 and select Insert Object... Then select the > Digital Output Module > 75x-504 4DO(+4 Bit 0). Right-click on slot 3 and select Insert Object... Then select the > Analog Input Module > 75x-467 2AI, 0-10V. Right-click on slot 4 and select Insert Object... Then select the > Analog Output Module > 75x-550 2AO, 0-10V.
22 22 Solution When all the I/O modules are added, the grid should appear as below: The addresses of the I/O modules are automatically assigned and displayed in the grid. These addresses can now be use in the S7 project. Input Process Image Map Input Device Channel 1 I Channel 2 I Channel 3 I Channel 4 I Channel 1 IW Channel 1 IW 258 IEC Address Output Process Image Map Output Device Channel 1 Q Channel 2 Q Channel 3 Q Channel 4 Q Channel 1 QW Channel 1 QW 258 IEC Address Note: Only the modules that produce or consume data should be added to the I/O grid. Some modules, such as the end module and some power feed modules, do not send or receive data. Modules such as these should not be included in the I/O grid.
23 Solution Assign a Device Name to the WAGO The Assign device name dialog box is used to assign a Device Name to a remote I/O device. This dialog box displays all devices available on the Ethernet subnet along with their IP address (if available) and their MAC address, as well as the device type determined online. In the STEP 7 HW-Configuration select the WAGO node by clicking on it. Then select PLC >Ethernet > Assign Device Name from the menu.
24 24 Solution The device name for the selected WAGO node is displayed in the Device name list box (in the example below the device name is also called WAGO ). To assign this configuration to a physical device, select the physical device from the Available devices list, and click the Assign Name button. Click Close when complete.
25 Solution Download the hardware configuration to the S7 PLC In this section the STEP 7 HW-Configuration tool is used to download the offline configuration to the S7 PLC. In the STEP 7 HW-Configuration window, select the menu command PLC > Download. The Select Target Module dialog box is displayed. Select the device type from the Target modules list and click OK.
26 26 Solution The Select Node Address dialog box is displayed. Changes can be made to the target station if required. Click OK to continue. A Download dialog box is displayed showing the progress of the download. When the download is complete, the dialog box disappears.
27 Solution Testing the WAGO in the ONLINE Mode The STEP 7 HW-Configuration can be used in ONLINE mode to test the IO configuration. To start ONLINE mode, select the menu command Open ONLINE. Select WAGO node by clicking on it. Then right-click on module you want to monitor or control. For this example, right-click on slot 1, the WAGO , and select Monitor/Modify
28 28 Solution The Monitor/Modify dialog box displays the inputs of the module in table format. Click on the Status Value button to refresh the screen. The digital input and output modules are displayed in binary format and analog modules are in word format.
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