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EDB2131UB
00408822

Operating Instructions

PROFIBUS-DP

24V DC
+-

2131

Fieldbus module type 2131


PROFIBUS

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These Operating Instructions are valid for fieldbus modules with the following nameplate data:
2131

IB.

0x.

0x.

PROFIBUS

Together with the unit series as from the nameplate data:


820X

E.

2x.

1x.

820X

E./C. 2x.

1x.

821X

E.

2x.

821X

E./C. 2x.

2x.

822X

E.

1x.

1x.

822X

E.

1x.

1x.

824X

E.

1x.

1x.

824X

E./C. 1x.

1x.

82EV

VA

0x

8200 vector

1x

0x

8200 vector

82EV

2x.

93XX

E.

2x.

1x.

93XX

E./C. 2x.

1x.

(8201 - 8204)
Vxxx

(8201 - 8204)
(8211 - 8218)

Vxxx

(8211 - 8218)

Vxxx

(8221 - 8227)

Vxxx

(8241 - 8246)

(8221 - 8225)
(8241 - 8246)

(9321 - 9333)
Vxxx

(9321 - 9333)

Type
Design:
E = Enclosure IP20
IB = Module
Hardware level and index
Software level and index
Variant
Explanation

Important:
These Operating Instructions are only valid in combination with the Operating Instructions of the
controller 82XX, 8200 vector or 93XX.

1996 Lenze GmbH & Co KG

Without written approval of Lenze Lenze GmbH & Co KG no part of these Instructions must be copied or given to third parties.
All indications given in these Operating instructions have been selected carefully and comply with the hardware and software described. Nevertheless,
deviations cannot be ruled out. We do not take any responsibility or liability for damages which might possibly occur. Required corrections will be made in
the following editions.

Version

1.0

06/99

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Contents

1 Preface and general information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-1

1.1

How to use these Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


1.1.1
Terminology used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1.2
What is new? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-1
1-1
1-1

1.2

Scope of supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2.1
Legal regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-1
1-2

2 Safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1

2.1

Persons responsible for safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1

2.2

General safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1

2.3

Layout of the safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-2

3 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-1

3.1

Features of the 2131 fieldbus module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-1

3.2

General data / application conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-1

3.3

Rated data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-2

3.4

Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-2

3.5

Protocol data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-2

3.6

Communication times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.1
Data-transfer time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.2
Processing time in the controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.3
Number of participants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-3
3-3
3-3
3-4

4 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4-1

4.1

Connections of the fieldbus module 2131 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


4.1.1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1.2
9 pole SubD pin connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1.3
Plug-in terminal for 2 pole male plug (external supply voltage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4-1
4-1
4-2
4-2

4.2

Mechanical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4-3

4.3

Electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.1
Voltage supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.2
Wiring to a host . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4-3
4-3
4-4

5 Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5-1

5.1

Configuration of the host system for communication with the 2131 fieldbus module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.1.1
Settings with COM-ET200 DOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.1.2
Settings with COM-ET200 WIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.1.3
Program example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5-1
5-1
5-1
5-2

5.2

Commissioning of the 2131 fieldbus module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


5.2.1
Drive control via PROFIBUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.2
Enable controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5-2
5-2
5-3

5.3

Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5-4

5.4

Special features with 82XX, 8200 vector and 93XX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5-4

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6 Parameter setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-1

6.1

Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.1
Lenze parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.2
DRIVECOM parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.3
Operating mode C0001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.4
Bus address/station address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.5
Baud rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1.6
Master settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-1
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-3
6-4
6-4

6.2

PROFIBUS-DP configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-4

6.3

PROFIBUS-DP parameter-setting channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


6.3.1
Structure of the DP parameter-setting channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.2
Parameter communication with the controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.3
Example 1: Write parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.4
Example 2: Write parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-5
6-5
6-7
6-8
6-9

6.4

Process data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.1
Process-data assignments for 82XX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.2
Process-data assignment for 8200 vector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.3
Process-data assignment for 93XX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-9
6-10
6-10
6-11

6.5

Controller status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.5.1
Standard unit control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.5.2
DRIVECOM unit control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.5.3
Control word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.5.4
Status word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-13
6-13
6-14
6-17
6-20

6.6

Lenze-specific parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.1
Only 82XX: Lenze parameter Operating Mode (L-C0001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.2
Parameter L-C0142 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-22
6-22
6-22

7 Troubleshooting and fault elimination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7-1

7.1

Controller is inhibited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7-2

7.2

Check PROFIBUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7-4

7.3

Activate the fieldbus module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7-5

7.4

Fault reset (TRIP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7-6

8 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8-1

ii

8.1

Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8-1

8.2

List of abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8-2

8.3

Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8-3

8.4

Table of keywords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8-4

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Preface and general information

Preface and general information

1.1

How to use these Operating Instructions


l These Operating Instructions are intended for safety-relevant operations on and with the 2131
fieldbus module. They contain safety information which must be observed.

l All personnel working on and with the 2131 fieldbus module must have these Operating
Instructions available and observe the information and notes relevant for them.

l The Operating Instructions must always be complete and perfectly readable.


These Operating Instructions inform about the most important technical data and the installation of
the 2131 fieldbus module. They are only valid in combination with the Operating Instructions of the
corresponding controller.

1.1.1

Terminology used
Controller

In the following, the term controller is used for 93XX servo inverters or 82XX frequeny inverters.

Drive system

In the following, the term drive system is used for drive systems with fieldbus modules or other Lenze drive
components.

Fieldbus module

In the following text, the term fieldbus module is used for the fieldbus module type 2131 PROFIBUS.

Cxxx/y
L-Cxxx/y

Subcode y of code Cxxx (z.B. C0410/3 = subcode 3 of code C0410)


Lenze code

Xk/y

Terminal strip Xk/terminal y (z.B. X3/28 = terminal 28 on terminal strip X3)

( xx-yyy)

Cross reference (chapter - page)

1.1.2

1.2

What is new?
Ident. no.

Edition of

Important

Contents

394 179
408822

27/01/1997
01/06/1999

replaces 394 179

Format change to DIN A4


l Adaptation to 8200 vector (all chapters)

Scope of supply
Scope of supply
l 1 2131 fieldbus module with housing (enclosure IP20)
l 1 M3 fixing screw
l 1 two
two-pole
pole male connector for voltage ssupply
pply
l 1 diskette with:
(L AR00AA.GSD)
a) Controller master file to DIN E 19245 part 3 (L_AR00AA.GSD)
b) Controller type files for
Simatic-S5 COM-ET200 V4.X (LE00AATD.200)
Simatic-S5 COM-ET200 V5.X
V5 X (LE00AAAX.200)
(LE00AAAX 200)
c) Example program for Simatic-S5 (2130IBST.S5D)
l 1 Short Instructions

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After the delivered received, check immediately whether the items
supplied match the accompanying papers. Lenze does not accept any
liability for deficiencies claimed subsequently.
s bseq ently
Claim
l visible transport
p damage
g immediatelyy to the forwarder
l visible deficiencies/incompleteness
f
immediately to your Lenze
representative.

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1.2.1

Legal regulations

Labelling
g

Nameplate
CE mark
Lenze 2131 fieldbus modules are
Conforms to the EC Low Voltage Directive
unambiguously identified by their nameplates.

Application as
directed

2131 fieldbus module


l Operate the fieldbus module only under the conditions prescribed in these Operating Instructions.
l The fieldbus module is an additional module and can be optionally attached to the Lenze controller series 820X, 821X, 822X, 8200 vector
and 93XX. The 2131 fieldbus module links these Lenze controllers with the standardized serial communication system PROFIBUS-DP.
l The fieldbus module must be attached and electrically connected so that it complies with its function and does not cause any hazards when
attached and operated as instructed.
l Observe all notes given in chapter Safety information ( 2-1) .
l Please observe all information given in these Operating Instructions.This means:
Read these Operating Instructions carefully before you start to work with the system.
These Operating Instructions must always be available during operation of the fieldbus module.
Any other use shall be deemed inappropriate!

Manufacturer
Lenze GmbH & Co KG
Postfach 101352
D-31763 Hameln

Liability

l The information, data, and notes in these instructions met the state of the art at the time of printing. Claims referring to drive systems
which have already been supplied cannot be derived from the information, illustrations, and descriptions given in these Operating
Instructions.
l The specifications, processes, and circuitry described in these Operating Instructions are for guidance only and must be adapted to your
own specific application. Lenze does not take responsibility for the suitability of the process and circuit proposals.
l The indications given in these Operating Instructions describe the features of the product without warranting them.
l Lenze does not accept any liability for damage and operating interference caused by:
disregarding these Instructions
unauthorized modifications to the controller
operating errors
improper working on and with the controller

Warranty

l Warranty conditions: see Sales and Delivery Conditions of Lenze GmbH & Co KG.
l Warranty claims must be made to Lenze immediately after detecting the deficiency or fault.
l The warranty is void in all cases where liability claims cannot be made.

Disposal
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Material
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Plastic
Assembled PCBs
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Safety information

2.1

Persons responsible for safety

Operator
l An operator is any natural or legal person who uses the drive system or on behalf of whom the drive system is used.
l The operator or his safety personnel is obliged
to ensure the compliance with all relevant regulations, instructions and legislation.
to ensure that only skilled personnel works on and with the2102IB fieldbus module.
to ensure that the personnel has the Operating Instructions available for all corresponding works.
to ensure that all unqualified personnel are prohibited from working on and with the drive system.
Qualified personnel
Qualified personnel are persons who - because of their education, experience, instructions, and knowledge about corresponding standards and regulations, rules for
the prevention of accidents, and operating conditions - are authorized by the person responsible for the safety of the plant to perform the required actions and who are
able to recognize potential hazards.
(Definition for qualified personnel to VDE 105 or IEC 364)

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General safety information

These safety notes do claim to be complete. In case of questions and problems please contact your Lenze representative.
At the time of delivery the fieldbus module meets the state of the art and ensures basically safe operation.
The indications given in these Operating Instructions refer to the stated hardware and software versions of the fieldbus modules.
The fieldbus module is hazardous if:
unqualified personnel works on and with the fieldbus module.
the fieldbus module is used inappropriately.
The processing notes and circuit sections shown in these Operating Instructions are proposals which cannot be transferred to other applications without being
tested and checked.
Ensure by appropriate measures that neither personal injury nor damage to property may occur in the event of failure of the fieldbus module.
The drive system must only be operated when no faults occur.
Retrofittings, modifications, or redesigns are basically prohibited.Lenze must be contacted in all cases.
The fieldbus module is electrical equipment intended for use in industrial high-power plants. The fieldbus module must be tightly screwed to the corresponding
controller during operation. In addition, all measures described in the Operating Instructions of the used controller must be taken. Example: Fasten covers to ensure
protection against contact.

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2.3

Layout of the safety information


l All safety information has a uniform layout:
The icon characterizes the type of danger.
The signal word characterizes the severity of danger.
The note text describes the danger and gives information how to prevent dangerous
situations.

Signal word
Note

Icons used
Warning of
damage to
persons

Warning of
hazardous electrical
voltage

Signal words
Danger!
Warns of impending dangeU.
Consequences if disregarded:
Death or severe injuries.

Warning of a general Warning!


danger
Caution!

2-2

Warning of
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Stop!

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Warns of potential, hazardous situations.
Possible consequences if disregarded:
Light or minor injuries.
Warns of potential damage to material.
Possible consequences if disregarded:
Damage of the controller/drive system or its environment.
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If you observe it, handling of the controller/drive system is made
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3.1

Features of the 2131 fieldbus module


The 2131 fieldbus module has the following features:

l Attachable additional module for Lenze controller series 820X, 821X, 8200 vector, 822X and
93XX

l Slave interface module for the communication system PROFIBUS with the communication
profile PROFIBUS-DP (DIN19245 part 1 and part 3)

l
l
l
l
l
l

3.2

Automatic baud rate detection


Baud rate between 9.6 kbaud and 12 Mbaud
Optionally 4 or 6 byte proces data
Optional parameter-setting channel
Access to all Lenze parameters
Application profile: DRIVECOM Profil 20

General data / application conditions

Field

Values

Order designation
Communcation medium

33.2131IB
RS485

Network topology

Line

Max. cable length

1200 m (depending on the desired baud rate and the cable type used)

PROFIBUS participants

Slave

Communication profile

PROFIBUS-DP (DIN 19245 part 1 and part 3)

Drive profile

DRIVECOM profile 20

Baud rate

9.6 kbit/s to 12000 kbit/s

Ambient temperature

during operation:
Transport:
Storage:

Permissible humidity

Class 3K3 to EN 50178 (without condensation, average relative humidity 85%)

24-V-DCVoltage supply

l 820X / 8200 vector (observe chapter 4.3.1):


l 821X / 822X / 8200 vector (observe chapter 4.3.1) / 93XX:

0
-25
-25

to
to
to

50 C
70 C
55 C

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Rated data

Field

Values

Communication medium
Voltage supply

RS485
24 V DC 10 %; max 60 mA

Insulation voltage - bus systems:


to PE

50 V AC

for external supply (terminal 39/59)

0 V AC

to power stage

820X:
821X:
8200 vector:
822X:
93XX:

to the control terminals

820X:
0 V AC
8200 vector (with internal supply):
0 V AC
821X:
50 V AC
(Electrical isolation)
8200 vector (with external supply):
100 V AC
822X:
270 V AC
93XX:
270 V AC

(no electrical isolation)


270 V AC
270 V AC
270 V AC
270 V AC
270 V AC

for the external bus systems

0 V AC

Degree of pollution

VDE 0110 part 2 pollution degree 2

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(single basic insulation)


(single basic insulation)
(double basic insulation)
(double basic insulation)
(double basic insulation)
(no electrical isolation)
(no electrical isolation)

(single basic insulation)


(single basic insulation)
(single basic insulation)

(no electrical isolation)

Dimensions
62

75

2131
18
28

Fig. 3-1

Dimensions of the 2131 fieldbus module (all dimensions in mm)

3.5

Protocol data

Field

Values

Maximum number of controllers

without repeater: 31
with repeater: 125

Process-data words (PCD):

l
l
l
l
l
l

DP user-data length:

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2 words (32 bit)


3 words (48 bit)
2 words (32 bit)
3 words (48 bit)
Parameter-setting channel + 2 words (64 + 32 bit)
Parameter-setting channel + 3 words (64 + 48 bit)

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Communication times
The communication times depend on:

l the data transfer time


l the processing time in the controller

3.6.1

Data-transfer time
The data-transfer time depends on:

l the baud rate


l the user-data length
You will find more information about the data-transfer time in the documentation for your host
system.

3.6.2

Processing time in the controller


Processing time 820X
For the 820X series several processing steps are required, which are processed cyclically.
A processing cycle consists of:

l Writing of control word or setpoint, if the value has changed


l Alternating reading of status word and actual value
l Processing of parameter access if there is a service
If the time tolerances caused by the cyclic reading of the status word/actual value are too large, the
alternating reading of the status word and the actual value can be suppressed. This is controlled by
the bit 15 (PE inhibit) of the DRIVECOM control word:

l PE inhibit = 0:

Status and actual-value update active

l PE inhibit = 1:

Status and actual value update not active

A suppression of the processing of parameter access is not necessary, since this is controlled by
the user.

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In the following table you will find a list of the processing times:
Processing step

Max. processing time in ms


PE-inhibit = 0

Tolerance

PE-inhibit = 1

Tolerance

Read parameter

55

+ 48

55

+8

Control word or
setpoint

27

+ 48

27

+8

Control word and


setpoint

54

+ 56

54

+ 16

Write parameter

108

+ 32

Status word and


actual value

200

+ 40

200

Note:
A change of the setpoint signal results in writing the control word.
Processing time 821X / 8200 vector / 822X
The parameter data and process data are independent of each other.

l Parameter data: 30 ms + 20 ms tolerance


l Proces data: approx. 3 ms + 2 ms tolerance
Processing time 93XX
The parameter data and process data are independent of each other.

l Parameter data: approx. 30 ms + 20 ms tolerance (typical)


The processing time can be longer for some codes (see the 9300 Manual).

l Process data: approx. 3 ms + 2 ms tolerance

3.6.3

Number of participants
l Standard: 32 particpants (including host system)
l With repeaters: 127 participants (including host systems)
You can build up line and tree topologies by means of repeaters. The maximum total expansion of
the bus system depends on:

l the baud rate used


l the number of repeaters
More detailed information can be obtained from the documentation for the control system.

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4.1

Connections of the fieldbus module 2131

4.1.1

Overview

2131
2131
2131

8200 vector
82XX

93XX
Fig. 4-1

Controllers with fieldbus module 2131

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Name/Meaning

Green bus LED the voltage supply of the fieldbus module 2131
ON:
ON: 2131 fieldbus module is supplied with voltage and is connected to the controller.
OFF:
2131 fieldbus module is not supplied with voltage; controller or external voltage supply is
switched off.
BLINKING:
2131 fieldbus module is supplied with voltage but is not connected to the controller
(controller is switched off, in initialization or not available).

Yellow bus LED for the communication of the fieldbus module 2131
ON:
2131 fieldbus module is initialized but does not communicate with the PROFIBUS-DP from
the master.
OFF:
2131 fieldbus module is not initialized yet.
BLINKING:
PROFIBUS-DP communication is active

Green drive LED (DRIVE)


Operating status of the 82XX or 93XX controllers. (See Operating Instructions of the
controller.)
Red drive LED (DRIVE)
Operating status of the 82XX or 93XX controllers. (See Operating Instructions of the
controller.)
PROFIBUS-DP connection
9 pole SubD pin connector (see chapter 4.1.2)

2
3

5
4
2 4 V D C

6
8

2 1 3 1
2131pfb001

Fig. 4-2

2131 fieldbus module

5
6

7
8

4.1.2

9 pole SubD pin connector

View

9
8
7
6

Connection for external voltage supply (24 V DC 10%)


External voltage supply for the 2131 fieldbus module (see chapter4.1.3).
Always required for 820X ! For others as option.
Fixing screw for the 2131 fieldbus module
Only required for 820X, 821X: additional PE screen cable, which avoids EMC related
communication interferences in especially noisy environments.

5
4
3
2
1

Pin

Name

Explanation

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

PE
free
RxD/TxD-P
RTS
M5V2
P5V2
free
RxD/TxD-P
free

Earth
Data transfer B
Request To Send
Data reference potential
5 V DC 1)
Data transfer A
-

1) Total current approx.60 mA

4.1.3

Plug-in terminal for 2 pole male plug (external supply voltage)

Name

Input/output

Explanation

Input

External voltage supply + 24 V DC/ 10 %, 60 mA

Input

GND; reference for external supply

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Mechanical installation
l If a keypad is attached to the front of the controller, remove it.
l Plug the 2131 fieldbus module in the corresponding interface of the controller and fasten it

4-2) , Fig. 4-2, pos. 7).

with the fixing screw ( (

4.3

Electrical installation
Note!
The communciation of controllers 820X and 821X may be interfered by electromagnetic radiation.

4-2) , Fig. 4-2, pos. 9).

If necessary, use an additional PE screen cable ( (

4.3.1

Voltage supply

If required, supply the 2131 fieldbus module via the plug-in contacts 1/2 ( ( 4-2) , Fig. 4-2, pos. 6)
with a separate voltage supply 24 V DC/ 10 % .
The 821X, 8200 vector, 822x and 93XX should always be driven without a separate voltage supply.
The controllers 820X (82018204) always require a separte voltage supply!
Use a separate supply unit for the external voltage supply (24 V) of the 2131 fieldbus module.
Use separate supply units for longer distances between the control cabinets.
The following chapter describes how to connect the 2131 fieldbus module to the bus system, see
chapter 4.3.2.

Note!
Internal voltage supply of the fieldbus module connected to a 8200 vector
Controllers with an extended AIF interface (front of the 8200 vector) can be internally supplied. The
part of the drawing highlighted with grey shows the jumper position.
In Lenze setting, the fieldbus module is not internally supplied.
For internal voltage supply, put the jumper in the position indicated below.
Lenze setting

Internal voltage supply

(only external voltage supply)

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Wiring to a host
Warning!
An additional potential isolation must be installed if

l a 820X, 821X or 8200 vector controller will be connected to a host


and

l a safe electrical isolation (double basic insulation) to VDE 0160 is required.


For this, you can use an interface module for the host with an additional electrical isolation (see the
corresponding manufacturers information).
For wiring, the electrical isolation of the supply voltage must be taken into account. The supply
voltage is assigned to the same potential as the data bus.

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Wiring features:
Features:
Communication medium

RS485

Network topology

without repeater: line


with repeater: line or tree

Possible number of controllers

without repeater: 32
with repeater: 127

Maximum cable length

1200 m (depending on the baud rate and the cable type used)

Maximum baud rate

9.6-12000 kbit/s

The connection of the bus system PROFIBUS-DP is shown in the survey drawing. The required
accessories (e.g. connection cables) are listed in chapter 8.1.
2

8200 vector

82XX

93XX

Fig. 4-3

PROFIBUS with RS485 wiring (without repeater)


1
Host
2
Bus-connector ( 4-6)
3
Bus cable ( 4-6)

Wiring

Warning!
l If the 2131 fieldbus module is no longer supplied with voltage, the bus system will continue
operation. However, the connected controller can no longer be accessed from the host.

l If single bus participants are to be disconnected, it must be ensured that the bus terminators
at the physical cable ends remain active.

l Only use cables which correspond to the listed specifications (see chapter 8.1).
l Observe the bus connector drawing. ( 4-6)
l Connect the controller using the bus connector.

Note: The bus system will not be interrupted if the bus connector is pulled off the controller.
l Connect a bus terminator to the physical bus ends. The bus terminator is integrated into the
bus connector and can be activated via a switch.
l Observe the wiring notes and the documentation for the control system.

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Connection of the bus cable in the bus connector (Siemens)

3
1

2
Enter approx. 5 mm
Enter approx. 16 mm
Enter approx. 11 mm

4
5

Fig. 4-4

Connection of the bus cable in the bus connector


1
9-pole SubD plug
2
Housing screw
3
Terminator
(here not connected)
4
Cable screen (bare fit
in metal guide required)
5
Bus cable

Length of the bus cable


The length of the bus cable depends on the baud rate:
Baud rate [kbit/s]
Length [m]

4-6

9.6 - 93.75

187.5

500

1500

12000

1200

1000

400

200

100

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Stop!
l Before switching on the mains voltage check the wiring for completeness, short circuit and
earth fault.

l Keep to the switch-on sequence!


(Chapter 5.1 to chapter 5.2.2)

5.1

Configuration of the host system for communication with the


2131 fieldbus module.
The Lenze controllers are PROFIBUS-DP participants in conformity with standards. Communication
with the Simatic-S5 is possible, provided that the following Siemens hardware and software
components are available:

l S5-interface module IM308-B or IM308-C


l Programming software COM-ET200
The COM-ET200 software is available in a DOS version (COM-ET200 DOS) and in a Windows
version (COM-ET200 WIN). The following two sections explain the specific controller settings for
both versions. The third section gives a program example which is to support the commissioning.

5.1.1

Settings with COM-ET200 DOS


In the following, we describe how to configure a Lenze controller for the program package COM-ET
200 DOS:
1. Copy the file LE00AATD.200 from the diskette to the COM-ET200 directory.
2. Fill in the boxes of the menus indicated then:
Menu: ET200 system parameter
Bus profile:

DP standard

Menu: Configure
Station type:

Lenze 2131 Vxx

Configuration: User data with DP parameter-setting channel


0. = 115; 1. = 113 oder
0. = 115; 1. = 114
User data without DP parameter-setting channel
0. = 113 or
0. = 114

5.1.2

Settings with COM-ET200 WIN


In the following we describe how to configure a Lenze controller for the program package
COM-ET200 WIN:
1. Copy the file LE00AAAX.200 from the diskette to the COM-ET200 directory.
2. Select the 2131 fieldbus module via the slave family DRIVES.

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3. Fill in the boxes of the following menu as indicated:


Menu: Configure
Station type:

Lenze 2131 Vxx

Configuration: User data with DP parameter-setting channel


0. = 115; 1. = 113 oder
0. = 115; 1. = 114
User data without DP parameter-setting channel
0. = 113 or
0. = 114

5.1.3

Program example
You will find a program example (file: 2130IBST.S5D) in STEP 5 on the attached diskette which
supports your commissioning. The program example comprises the following function modules:

5.2

l FB182:

Process-data communication:
This is a simplified
drive control where the
standard functions of the Lenze drivecontrollers are mapped to the DRIVECOM-ProfilDRIVECOM profile.

l FB183:

Parameter-data communication:
Thus function module supports the
DP parameter-setting channel. All
DRIVECOM and Lenze parameters
can be written and read.

Commissioning of the 2131 fieldbus module


1. Switch on the controller and, if necessary, the external supply of the 2131 fieldbus module.
The green bus LED for the supply voltage (see page 4-1; Fig. 4-1pos. 1) must be on.
The LED which displays the operating state of the controller must be on.
If the LEDs are not on, see chapter 7 Troubleshooting and fault elimination.
2. Set the station address (C0009) for each controller via the keypad or the host (see chapter
6.1.4, page 6-3).
If several controllers are interconnected in a network, it must be possible that the host
addresses each controller uniquely. Every controller therefore needs an address.
3. You can now communicate with the drive.
4. The control terminal 28 (ctrl. enable = controller enable) is always active and must be set to
HIGH level during operation (see Operating Instruction of the corresponding controller).
Otherwise, the controller cannot be enabled.

5.2.1

Drive control via PROFIBUS


82XX
1. For drive control with PROFIBUS, change the Lenze parameter operating mode (L-C0001)
from 0 to 3. (See chapter 6.6.1). This change can be carried out using the 8201BB keypad or
the PROFIBUS.
Examples for PROFIBUS Write (L-C0001=3)
Index = 5FFEhex
(results from 5FFFhex  (L-C0001)hex; see Lenze code addressing (

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Subindex: 0
Value: 30000dec (results from 3x104; see chapter 6.1.1)
2. Terminal 28 (controller enable) is always active and must be set to HIGH level during
PROFIBUS operation (see the corresponding Operating Instructions).
Otherwise the controller cannot be enabled by the PROFIBUS (DRIVECOM controller status
OPERATION ENABLED).
With 821X, 8200 vector and 822X the QSP function (quick stop) is always active. If QSP is
assigned to an input terminal (factory setting: not assigned), this terminal must be at HIGH
level during PROFIBUS operation (see the corresponding Operating Instructions).
The controller now accepts control and parameter data from the PROFIBUS.
93XX
1. For drive control via PROFIBUS set the Lenze parameter Signal Configuration (L-C0005) to a
value xxx3. This change can be carried out via the 9371BB keypad or directly via PROFIBUS.

Note!
We recommend the signal configuration C0005 = 1013 (speed control) for first commissioning.
Examples for PROFIBUS Write (L-C0005=1013):
Index = 5FFAhex
(results from 5FFFhex  (L-C0005)hex; see Lenze code addressing (
Subindex: 0
Value: 10 130 000dec (results from 1013x104; see chapter 6.1.1)

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2. Set the parameter L-C0142 to 0.


3. Terminal 28 (ctrl. enable = controller enable) is always active and must be set to HIGH level
during PROFIBUS operation (see the Operating Instructions of the controller). Otherwise the
controller cannot be enabled by the PROFIBUS (DRIVECOM controller status OPERATION
ENABLED).
With the signal configuration L-C0005=1013, the QSP function (quick stop) and the
CW/CCW changeover are assigned to the digital input terminals E1 and E2, and thus they
are always active. During PROFIBUS operation, E1 must be on HIGH level (see Operating
Instructions 93XX).

Note!
With the signal configuration L-C0005=xx13, terminal A1 is switched as voltage output. Therefore,
only the following terminals must be connected via cable:

l X5.A1 with X5.28 (ctrl. enable)


l X5.A1 with X5.E1 (CW/QSP)
The controller now accepts control and parameter data from the PROFIBUS.

5.2.2

Enable controller
As standard, the controller is enabled as follows:
1. Select a speed setpoint with a value unequal 0 (see chapter 6.4.1 Process-data assignment
( 6-10) .

2. Change to the status READY FOR SWITCH ON.


Value = 0000 0000 0111 1110bin (007Ehex). in the DRIVECOM control word.

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3. Wait for the status READY FOR SWITCH ON.


Value for DRIVECOM status word = xxxx xxxx x01x 0001bin.
4. Change to the status OPERATION ENABLED.
Value = 0000 0000 0111 1111bin (007Fhex) in the DRIVECOM control word.
5. Wait for OPERATION ENABLED.
See also chapter 6.5.2 DRIVECOM unit control, page 6-14ff.

5.3

Diagnostics
If the initialization to the controller is not completed when using an external supply voltage for the
module (e.g. controller not switched on), the bit static diagnostics will be set (station status byte
2, bit 1).
This means that the module cannot provide valid user data. The master must then stop the user data
transfer and request diagnostics data until the bit static diagnostics will not be set any longer.

5.4

Special features with 82XX, 8200 vector and 93XX


Please note
l For safe operation it is absolutely necessary to observe the notes for the controllers given in this chapter.
l Please observe the corresponding Operating Instructions of the controllers.

820X

l Parameter setting (codes except process data) is only possible when the controller is inhibited (DRIVECOM controller status unequal
OPERATION ENABLED). Parameters are accepted when the controller is enabled, but they are not saved.

l A TRIP must only be reset through PROFIBUS:

If the controller is set to the status TRIP while being operated with PROFIBUS control (L-C0001 = 3) and if the TRIP is reset through terminal
28, the drive can start for a short time. When resetting a fault via PROFIBUS, this does not occur.
l After the command TRIP reset the 820X controller is basically initialized. During this time the controller does not accept any services.
l Always send the direction of rotation with a low setpoint before the new setpoint:
If the setpoint and the direction of rotation are changed at the same time via the DRIVECOM speed setpoint, the speed can change to the
wrong direction or rotation for a short time. This is because first the setpoint is sent as unipolar value to the controller and then the
information about the direction of rotation is sent.
821X, 822X

l For first switch on, the automatic DC-injection brake must be activated in both parameter sets:
C0106 = 0
C2106 = 0
l If the automatic DC-injection brake (DCB) is activated (DCB holding time LC106 < > 0), the drive will automatically change from the status
OPERATION ENABLED to the status SWITCHED ON when reaching the speed 0 and after the DCB holding time. If the setpoint is > 0, the
drive automatically changes to the status OPERATION ENABLED.

8200 vector

93XX

5-4

l Digital and analog input and output signals can be freely configured (see Operating Instructions for 8200 vector; codes C0410, C0412, C0417
l
l
l
l

and C0421)
The change of the code L-C0001 to xxx3 starts the preconfiguration of the process data words in the controller
Set the signal configuration L-C0005 = xxx3 instead of the operating mode L-C0001.
The change of the code L-C0005 to xxx3 starts the preconfiguration of the process data words in the controller
Set the parameter L-C0142 = 0 (auto start lock), to avoid a short time start of the drive during the initialization phase.

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Parameter setting
The parameter setting of the 2131 module is subdivided into:

l Controller parameters, which can also be set with the 8201BB or 9371BB keypad.
l 2131 parameters, which can only be accessed via the 2131 fieldbus module.
Only the controller parameters are permanently saved in the corresponding controller.
In the following, you will only find parameters which are important for the serial communication. For
further information on parameter setting of the controllers see the Manual 93XX or the Operating
Instructions of the corresponding controller.
The PROFIBUS-DP transmits two different types of data between the host and the controllers.

l Parameter, e.g. operation parameters, diagnostic information, motor data.

In general, the transmission of parameters is not as time-critical as the transmission of the


second group of process data, but there is a larger data volume.

l Process data, e.g. setpoints and actual value, which must be exchanged within a minimum
of time.
The data volume is small (e.g. 2 words with DRIVECOM or Lenze), which are to transmitted
cyclically.

For these two different tasks the transmitted data is divided into two logical communication
channels:

l Parameter channel for the transfer of parameters


l Process-data channel for fast transfer of process data. Process data are cyclically

transferred. Thus, the latest input and output data are constantly exchanged between the
host and the controllers.

6.1

Parameters
The system distinguishes two parameter types: the Lenze parameters which are implemented into
the Lenze controllers, and the DRIVECOM parameters. This chapter gives a short description of the
two parameter types and their relation to each other.

6.1.1

Lenze parameters
In general, the Lenze parameters of the Lenze controllers are addressed via the Lenze codes. For
detailed information about the Lenze parameters and their value ranges, see the Operating
Instructions of the corresponding controllers.
Lenze codes
In these Operating Instructions Lenze codes are identified with L-Cxxxx, to ensure that they are not
mixed up with the DRIVECOM index (e. g. L-C0001 for the Lenze code C0001).
Lenze code addressing
The access to Lenze parameters is possible. However, the addressing of the parameters (code
numbers) is shifted and calculated as follows:
Index = 24575 - LENZE_CODENR
Indexhex = 5FFFhex - LENZE_CODENRhex
The index for Lenze code numbers is between 20576 (5060hex) and 24575 (5FFFhex).
Example:
The Lenze parameter L-C0001 (operating mode) can be accessed via the PROFIBUS-DP under
index 24574 (= 24575 - 1).

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Lenze data types


The possible Lenze parameters and their value ranges can be obtained from the corresponding
Operating Instructions for the controller.
The data of the Lenze parameters are mainly represented in a fixed-point format of the data type
Integer32 with four decimal digits. This means, that the parameter value listed in the Operating
Instructions must be multiplied with 1000.
Example:
Operating Instructions L-C0039 (JOG) = 150.4 Hz
results in 150.4 x 10000 = 1504000dec (0016F300hex)
82Xx parameter sets
The 82XX controller is equipped with 2 parameter sets, which can be directly addressed via the
PROFIBUS. They are addressed by means of a code-digit offset:

l Offset 0 addresses parameter set 1 with the Lenze codes L-C0000 to L-C1999
l Offset 2000 addresses parameter set 2 with the Lenze codes L-C2000 to L-C3999
If a parameter is only available once (see 82XX Operating Instructions), use the code offset 0.
Example for L-C0011 (maximum field frequency):
L-C0011 in parameter set 1: Lenze code = 11
L-C0011 in parameter set 2: Lenze code = 2011
Changes of the parameters are automatically saved in the controller (see Operating Instructions
82XX). Exceptions are the process data, e.g. control words or setpoints.
Parameter sets for 8200 vector
The 8200 vector controller is equipped with 4 parameter sets, which can be directly addressed via
the PROFIBUS. They are addressed by means of a code-digit offset:

l
l
l
l

Offset 0 addresses parameter set 1 with the Lenze codes L-C0000 to L-C1999
Offset 2000 addresses parameter set 2 with the Lenze codes L-C2000 to L-C3999
Offset 4000 addresses parameter set 3 with the Lenze codes L-C3000 to L-C4999
Offset 6000 addresses parameter set 4 with the Lenze codes L-C6000 to L-C7999

If a parameter is only available once (see Operating Instructions 8200 vector), use the code offset
0.
Example for L-C0011 (maximum field frequency):
L-C0011 in parameter set 1: Lenze code = 11
L-C0011 in parameter set 2: Lenze code = 2011
L-C0011 in parameter set 3: Lenze code = 4011
L-C0011 in parameter set 4: Lenze code = 6011
Changes of the parameters are automatically saved in the controller (see Operating Instructions
8200 vector). Exceptions are the process data, e.g. control words or setpoints.
Parameter sets for 93XX
The 93XX controllers are equipped with 4 parameter sets for non-volatile storage. Another
parameter set is in the user memory of the controller. This is the current parameter set. Only the
current parameter set can be directly addressed via PROFIBUS. For the codes, see Operating
Instructions or Manual for 93XX. Changes of the current parameter set will be lost after switching
off the controller. Code C0003 is for saving the current parameter set. After switching on the
controller, parameter set 1 is automatically loaded into the current parameter set.

6.1.2

DRIVECOM parameters
In the following, the controller parameters, which are standardized according to the DRIVECOM
profile 20, are named DRIVECOM parameters. Each DRIVECOM parameter is addressed by means
of the index.

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6.1.3

Operating mode C0001


82XX / 8200 vector controllers
Code C0001 (Operating mode) determines the source (terminal, keypad, PROFIBUS) which writes
the frequency setpoint (C0046) and the control word (C0135).

C0001 =

Read and write parameter

yes

yes

yes

yes

Parameter C0046

no

yes

no

yes

Process data

no

no

no

yes

Independently of the selected operating mode (C0001), the controller can be inhibited under the
code C0040 via the PROFIBUS.
Please note that the operating mode C0001 is available in both parameter sets. Thus, C0001 must
be set identically in both parameter sets.
PROFIBUS control (C0001 = 3) is subject to the operating mode in parameter set 1. Terminal control
( C0001 <> 3) is subject to the operating mode in parameter set 1.
93XX controllers
The93XX controller does not provide an operating mode which can be changed by only one code.
The 93XX controller i operated via the control codes. By means of the control codes it is possible
to select the signal source valid for an input. The signal source can be a terminal, an internal signal
or a signal of a bus system.
For further information refer to the 93XX Manual.

6.1.4

Bus address/ station address


To address the controllers in the PROFIBUS system, each participant gets an address. Each
participant must have a different address. This address is called station address.
The address can be set in two different ways:

l Address setting via the keypad or PC program:


Set the address under code C0009 in the controller.
The valid address range is the unit address 3 99.

l Setting of the unit address through a master (only master class 2):
With this method only one PROFIBUS participant must be connected. This can be achieved
by a special switch-on sequence.
The Lenze setting of C0009 is 1. This means that the station address is addressed with 126.
If C0009 is set to 2, the station addresses 100 125 can be selected.

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The following table shows the assignment of the addresses:

6.1.5

PROFIBUS-DP station address

Mapping to code C0009 LECOM unit address

1-2

No (master addresses)

3-99

Yes (3-99)

100-125

Yes (C0009= 2)

126 (Lenze setting )

Yes (C0009= 1 )

Baud rate
Baud-rate settings are not required. The 2131 fieldbus module is automatically adjusted to the baud
rate of the master.

6.1.6

Master settings
The master needs a unit-description file (unit master-data file)for operation with PROFIBUS-DP. The
diskette provides the following files:
File name

Meaning

L_AR00AA.GSD

Unit master-data file to DIN 19245 T3

LE00AATD.200

Controller master data file (type file) for Simatic-S5 COM-ET200 V4.X (IM308B)

LE00AAAX.200

Controller master data file (type data) for Simatic-S5 COM-ET200 V5.X (IM308C)

You also have to set:

6.2

Function

Setting (depends on the master type)

Baud rate

The 2131 module is equipped with an automatic baud-rate detection

Communication profile

PROFIBUS-DP DIN E 19245 T3

Slave-station address

126 (Lenze setting)


Value the same as in controller parameter C0009 (see chapter 6.1.4 Bus
address/station address).

DP-configuration data (configuration)

see chapter 6.2

PNO-identification number

00AAhex

DP user-data length

see chapter 6.2

PROFIBUS-DP configuration
The PROFIBUS-DP user data length is determined during the DP initialization phase (configuration).
You can select from 4 fixed lengths.
The user data lengths for input data and output data must be the same.
For simplification we use the following abbreviations:

l PIW:

Process input word (process data from the controller to the master)

l POW:

Process output word (process data from the master to the controller)

The 4 selectable user data lengths are:

l 2 words process data; label 71hex (113)


PIW/POW 1
Byte 1

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PIW/POW 1

PIW/POW 2

Byte 1

Byte 2

PIW/POW 3

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

l DP parameter-setting channel1) + 2 words process data;


label 73hex 71hex (115, 113)

DP parameter-setting channel

PIW/POW 1

Byte 1

Byte 8

Byte 9

PIW/POW 2
Byte 10

Byte 11

Byte12

1) see chapter 6.3

l DP parameter-setting channel1)+ 3 words process data;


label 73hex 72hex (115, 114)

DP parameter-setting channel

PIW/POW 1

Byte 1

Byte 8

Byte 9

PIW/POW 2
Byte 10

Byte 11

PIW/POW 3
Byte 12

Byte 13

Byte 14

1) see chapter 6.3

6.3

PROFIBUS-DP parameter-setting channel


The PROFIBUS DP parameter-setting channel offers a parameter setting and diagnostics possibility
for controllers. It is therefore possible to access all Lenze parameters (codes).
If the DP parameter-setting channel is active, it assigns the first 8 bytes of the and input and output
data. The DP parameter-setting channel has the same structure for both transmission directions.

6.3.1

Structure of the DP parameter-setting channel


Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

Byte 7

Byte 8

Service

Subindex

Index
High byte

Index
Low byte

Data 4
(Error 4)

Data 3
(Error 3)

Data 2
(Error 2)

Data 1
(Error 1)

Byte 1: Service
Job and response control for the DP parameter-channel.
Bit no. Meaning

0-2

Service
Job for the controller. The bits are set only by the master.
l 0 = no job
l 1 = read job (read data from the controller)
l 2 = write job (write data to the controller)

Reserved

4-5

Data length
Length of the data in the field data/error.
l 0 = 1 byte
l 1 = 2 byte
l 2 = 3 byte
l 3 = 4 byte

Handshake
Indicates a new job. The master changes this bit for every new job. The controller copies the bit to its response message.

Status
Status information from the controller to the master when sending acknowledgement. This bit informs the master whether the job
was carried out without faults.
l 0 = Job completed with fault.
l 1 = Job not completed. A fault occured. The data in the field Data/Error are interpreted as error message.

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Byte 2: Subindex

l The series 82XX do not have codes with subindex, the value is always 0.
l With the series 93XX it is necessary for many codes to address them additionally via a
subindex.
Example: Code C0039 subindex 3 adresses JOG 3

Byte 3 and 4: Index


The parameters or the Lenze codes are selected with these two bytes according to the formula:
Index = 24575 - Lenze code number
Example:
The parameter C0012 (acceleration time) is to be addressed:
24575 - 12 = 24563 = 5FF3hex
The entries for this example would be:

l Byte 3: Index High Byte = 5Fhex


l Byte 4: Index Low Byte = F3hex
Byte 5 - 8: data 1 - 4; error 1 - 4
Parameter value or fault information indicated with invalid access. The status of the bit Job/Status
determines the meaning of the data field.

Data
Parameter value, which assigns 1 to 4 bytes depending on the data format. Strings or data blocks
cannot be transferred.
The most common data format in Lenze controllers is a fixed-point format with 4 decimal places.
Please note, that these parameters must be multiplied by 10,000, e.g. the value 10 will be displayed
as value 100,000.
The data is filed according to the Motorola format, i.e. first high byte/high word, second low byte/low
word.
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Byte 8

High
g word

High byte 1
Low byte 1
High byte 2
Low byte 2

Double word

Low word

Error
Fault detection (for description see the following table).

l
l
l
l

6-6

Byte 5: Error class


Byte 6: Error code
Byte 7: Additional code (high byte)
Byte 8: Additional code (low byte)

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Fault messages in the error field (Data/Error)

6.3.2

Error class Error


code

Additional
code [hex]

Meaning

00

No fault

00

No access permission

10

Inadmissible job parameter

11

Invalid subindex

12

Data too long

6
6

7
8

00
00

The object does not exist


Data types are not identical

21

Cannot be executed because of local control

22

Cannot be executed because of unit status

30

Leave value range

40

Collision with other values

20

Service cannot be executed currently

Parameter communication with the controller


Read job
1. Determine the user data of the controller: i. e. determine the location of the DP user data in
the host.
2. Enter the address of the desired parameter in the field Index and subindex (DP output
data).
3. Job/service = Read job and the bit job/handshake must be changed (DP output data).
4. Check, whether the bit job/handshake is the same for the DP input data and the DP output
data. If the bit job/handshake is the same, the response has been received. You should
implement a time monitoring.
5. Check, whether the bit job/status is set. If the bit job/status is not set, the field
data/error contains the required parameter value. If the bit job/status is set, the reading
job is not executed properly and the field data/error contains an error information.
Write job
1. Determine the user-data range of the controller, i. e. determine the location of the DP
user-data in the host system.
2. Enter the address of the desired parameter in the field Index and subindex (DP output
data).
3. Enter the parameter value into the field Data/Error.
4. Job/Service = Write job and the bit job/handshake must be changed (DP output data).
5. Check, whether the bit job/handshake is the same for the DP input data and the DP output
data. If the bit job/handshake is the same, the response has been received. You should
implement a time monitoring.
6. Check, whether the bit job/status is set. If the bit job/status is not set, the job has not
been executed properly and the field data/error contains an error information. Otherwise,
the job has been executed without any faults.

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Example 1: Write parameter


Task
The acceleration time C0012 of the controller is to be changed to 20 s.
Job (byte 1/ service)
Bit 0-2 = 2

Write job

(xxxx x010)

Bit 3 = 0

Reserved

(xxxx 0010)

Bit 4-5 = 3

Data length 4 byte

(xx11 0010)

Bit 6 = X
Bit 7 = 0

Handshake changes frequently


Only relevant with response

(xX11 0010)
(0x11 0010)

SUBINDEX (byte 2)
Subindex = 0, as there is not subindex under code C0012.
INDEX (byte 3 + 4)
Index calculation:
Index = 24575 - code number
Index = 24575 - 12 = 24563 = 5FF3hex
DATA (byte 5 - 8)
Calculation of the value for the acceleration time
20 s x 10.000 = 200.000 = 00 03 0D 40hex
Response to drive
Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

Byte 7

Byte 8

Service

Subindex

Index
High byte

Index
Low byte

Data 4

Data 3

Data 2

Data 1

0x11 0010

5F

F3

00

03

0D

40

Response of the controller when no fault occurs

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Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

Byte 7

Byte 8

Service

Subindex

Index
High byte

Index
Low byte

Data 4

Data 3

Data 2

Data 1

0x11 0000

5F

F3

00

00

00

00

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Example 2: Write parameter


Task
The heatsink temperature (value = 43 C) C0061 is to be read by the controller.
Job (byte 1/ service)
Bit 0-2 = 2

Write job

(xxxx x001)

Bit 3 = 0

Reserved

(xxxx 0001)

Bit 4-5 = 3
Bit 6 = X

Data length 4 byte


Handshake changes frequently

(xx11 0001)
(xx11 0001)

Bit 7 = 0

Only relevant with response

(0x11 0001)

SUBINDEX (byte 2)
Subindex = 0, as there is not subindex under code C0061.
INDEX (byte 3 + 4)
Index calculation:
Index = 24575 - code number
Index = 24575 - 61 = 24514 = 5FC2hex
Response to drive
Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

Byte 7

Byte 8

Service

Subindex

Index
High byte

Index
Low byte

Data 4

Data 3

Data 2

Data 1

0x11 0001

5F

C2

00

00

00

00

Response of the controller when no fault occurs


Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

Byte 7

Byte 8

Service

Subindex

Index
High byte

Index
Low byte

Data 4

Data 3

Data 2

Data 1

0x11 0000

5F

C2

00

06

8F

B0

Index of the read request = 5FC2hex


Data 1 to data 4 = 43 C x 10000 = 430000 = 00 06 8F B0

6.4

Process data
Process data are data memories in which several parameters for a new parameter - the process
data - are summarized for fast transmission. The host has direct access to the process data. In the
PLC, for instance, the data are directly assigned to the I/O area. These process data are cyclically
exchanged between the controller and the master. They are subdivided into

l Process output data (PO data)


l Process input data (PI data)
Here the data flow starts from the master, i.e. the PO data of the master are PI data for the controller.
The controller gets the control information from the master and returns status information.

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Process-data assignments for 82XX


Structure of the PO-data response (data to drive)
Byte 1
DRIVECOM control word
High byte

Byte 2
DRIVECOM control word
Low byte

Byte 3
Setpoint
High byte

Byte 4
Setpoint
Low byte

DRIVECOM control word: see chapter 6.5.3 or chapter 6.5.2.


Setpoint: frequency setpoint
Here the frequency setpoint is preselected as process data word. The standardization differs from
C0046. It is indicated with a sign: 24000 = 480 Hz.
Structure of the PI data response (data from drive)
Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

DRIVECOM status word


High byte

DRIVECOM status word


Low byte

Actual value
High byte

Actual value
Low byte

DRIVECOM status word: see chapter 6.5.4 or chapter 6.5.2.


Actual value: act. frequency value
The actual frequency value is indicated with a sign: 24000 = 480 Hz.

6.4.2

Process-data assignment for 8200 vector


Structure of the PO data response
Digital and analog input and output signals can be freely configured (see Operating Instructions for
8200 vector; codes C0410, C0412, C0417 and C0421)
Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

DRIVECOM
Control word
High byte

DRIVECOM
Control word
Low byte

AIF-IN.W1
High byte

AIF-IN.W1
Low byte

AIF-IN.W2
High byte

AIF-IN.W2
Low byte

Structure of the PI-data response

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Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

DRIVECOM
Status word
High byte

DRIVECOM
Status word
Low byte

AIF-OUT.W1
High byte

AIF-OUT.W1
Low byte

AIF-OUT.W2
High byte

AIF-OUT.W2
Low byte

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Process-data assignment for 93XX


Unlike the 82XX controller, the process-data assignment of the 93XX controller can be changed via
reconfiguration of the function blocks AIF-IN and AIF-OUT.
Structure of the PO data response
Byte 1

Byte 2

Byte 3

Byte 4

Byte 5

Byte 6

DRIVECOM
Control word
High byte

DRIVECOM
Control word
Low byte

AIF-IN.W1
High byte

AIF-IN.W1
Low byte

AIF-IN.W2
High byte

AIF-IN.W2
Low byte

AIF-IN.W1 to AIF-IN.W2 depend on the signal configuration selected under L-C0005 and are then
sensibly preassigned.
Signal configuration (L-C0005)

AIF-IN.W1

AIF-IN.W2

Speed control
1003
1013
1113

NSET-N
Speed setpoint

Not assigned

Torque control
4003
4013
4113

MCTRL-MADD
Torque setpoint

Not assigned

DF master
5003
5013
5113

NSET-N
Speed setpoint

Not assigned

DF-slave bus
6003
6013
6113

DFSET-A-TRIM
Phase trimming

DFSET-N-TRIM
Speed trimming

DF-slave cascade
7003
7013
7113

DFSET-VP-DIV
DF factor

DFSET-A-TRIM
Phase trimming

Not equal to xxx3 (except own


configurations)

Not assigned

Not assigned

For detailed description of the 93XX signal configuration see the Operating Instructions for 93XX
(only the main configurations: 1000, 4000, 5000, etc.) or the Manual 93XX.
In the controller other signals can be assigned to AIF-IN.W1 to AIF-IN.W2. For this, the
function-block configuration - described in the Manual 93XX - is used. The function block AIF-IN
determines the input data of the controller as data interface for the 2131IB fieldbus module.
For more detailed information about the function block AIF-IN, see the Manual 93XX.

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A IF -IN

A IF -IN
D C T R L

A IF -C T R L .B 3

Q S P

A IF -C T R L .B 8

D IS A B L E

A IF -C T R L .B 9

C IN H

A IF -C T R L .B 1 0

T R IP -S E T

D IS A B L E

A IF -C T R L .B 9

C IN H

A IF -C T R L .B 1 0

T R IP -S E T

A IF -C T R L .B 1

T R IP -R E S E T
A IF -C T R L .B 0

A IF -C T R L .B 2
A IF -C T R L .B 4
A IF -C T R L .B 5

1 6 B it

A IF
A IF
A IF
A IF
A IF

A IF -C T R L .B 1

B it 0

A IF -C T R L .B 5
6
7
1 2
1 3
1 4

1 6 B it
L o w W o rd

A IF -IN .W 1

1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d

X 1

C 0 8 5 6 /3

A IF -IN .B 0

...

B y te 7 ,8

1 6 B it
L o w W o rd
1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d

A IF -IN .B 1 4
A IF -IN .B 1 5
A IF -IN .B 1 6
A IF -IN .B 1 7

1 6 b in a r y
s ig n a ls

A IF -IN .B 3 0
A IF -IN .B 3 1

A IF -IN .D 1

A IF -IN .B 3 0
A IF -IN .B 3 1

1 6 B it
L o w W o rd
1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d

C 0 8 5 7

A IF -IN .W 3
A IF -IN .B 0
A IF -IN .B 2

C 0 8 5 5 /1

1 6 b in a r y
s ig n a ls

C 0 8 5 5 /2

A IF -IN .B 1 7

1 6 b in a r y
s ig n a ls

A IF -IN .W 2

1 6 B it

A IF -IN .B 1 4
A IF -IN .B 1 5
A IF -IN .B 1 6

C 0 8 5 5 /2

A IF -IN .D 2
C 1 1 9 7

1 6 B it

A IF -IN .W 3

...

1 6 b in a r y
s ig n a ls

1 4

C 0 8 5 6 /1

C 0 8 5 6 /2

A IF -IN .B 2

C 0 8 5 5 /1

1 3

...

C 0 8 5 6 /3

7
1 2

...

C 0 8 5 6 /2

A IF -IN .W 1

1 6 B it

A IF -C T R L .B 1 5

A IF -IN .W 2

1 6 B it

R L .B
R L .B
R L .B
R L .B
R L .B

C 0 1 3 6 /3

C 0 8 5 6 /1

1 6 B it

B y te 5 ,6

R L .B
R L .B
R L .B
R L .B
R L .B

B y te 5 ,6

B y te 3 ,4

1 6 B it

-C T
-C T
-C T
-C T
-C T

-C T
-C T
-C T
-C T
-C T

A IF -C T R L .B 1 5

B y te 3 ,4

A IF
A IF
A IF
A IF
A IF

B it 1 5

X 1

B it 1 5

B y te 7 ,8

C o n tro l w o rd

A IF -C T R L .B 2
A IF -C T R L .B 4
1 6 B it

T R IP -R E S E T
A IF -C T R L .B 0

S te u e rw o rt

A IF -C T R L .B 1 1

Q S P

A IF -C T R L .B 8

B it 0

D C T R L

A IF -C T R L .B 3

A IF -C T R L .B 1 1

A IF -IN .D 1
C 0 8 5 7

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Function block AIF-IN and AIF-IN*)


(AIF-IN*) is available for the 9300 technology variants servo inverter, positioning controller and cam profiler as of software
version 2.0)

DRIVECOM control word:


The assignment of the DRIVECOM control word differs from the AIF control word
For further information see chapter 6.5.2 or chapter 6.5.3.
Structure of the PI-data response
Byte 1
DRIVECOM
Status word
High byte

Byte 2
DRIVECOM
Status word
Low byte

Byte 3
AIF-OUT.W1
High byte

Byte 4
AIF-OUT.W1
Low byte

Byte 5
AIF-OUT.W2
High byte

Byte 6
AIF-OUT.W2
Low byte

For more detailed information about the function block AIF-OUT, see the Manual 93XX.

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A IF -O U T *

A IF -O U T
B it 0

C 0 1 5 6 /7

B it 1 5
B it 0

C 1 1 9 5

S T A T .B 1 4

A IF -O U T .D 2

C 0 8 5 2

C 0 8 5 8 /3

C 0 1 1 6 /1 6
C 0 1 1 6 /1 7
C 0 1 1 6 /3 2

C 0 8 5 1

F D O -1 5
F D O -1 6
F D O -3 1

A IF -O U T .D 1
C 0 8 5 9

C 0 8 5 0 /3

1 6 B it
L o w W o rd
2

1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d

1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d

C 0 1 1 6 /1
C 0 1 1 6 /1 6
C 0 1 1 6 /1 7
C 0 1 1 6 /3 2

C 0 8 5 3
1 6 B it
L o w W o rd
0
1
2

C 0 8 5 8 /2

1 6 B it
L o w W o rd
1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d

C 0 8 5 1

F D O -0

C 0 8 5 4
0

A IF -O U T .W 2
A IF -O U T .W 3
C 0 8 5 2

F D O -3 1

A IF -O U T .D 1
C 0 8 5 9

B it 1 5
B it 0

X 1

F D O

F D O -1 5
F D O -1 6

B it 1 5
B it 0

C 0 8 5 8 /3

F D O

...

F D O -0

...

C 0 1 1 6 /1

X 1

C 0 8 5 8 /1

...

A IF -O U T .W 3

B it 1 5
B it 0

C 0 8 5 0 /2

A IF -O U T .W 1

...

C 0 8 5 8 /2

A IF -O U T .W 2

B y te 5 ,6

C 0 8 5 0 /3

C 0 8 5 8 /1

C 0 8 5 0 /1

B y te 7 ,8

C 0 8 5 0 /2

B y te 3 ,4

A IF -O U T .W 1

1 6 B it

S T A T .B 1 5

C 1 1 9 6
C 0 8 5 0 /1

S ta tu s w o rd

S T A T .B 1 5

C 0 1 5 6 /6

B y te 3 ,4

C 0 1 5 6 /7

S T A T .B 1 4

1 6 B it
L o w W o rd

B y te 5 ,6

C 0 1 5 6 /6

1 6 B it

B it 0

D C T R L -IM P

S ta tu s w o rd

...

D C T R L -IM P

C 0 1 5 6 /1

1
2
3

1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d
C 0 8 5 3
1 6 B it
L o w W o rd
1 6 B it
H ig h W o r d

B y te 7 ,8

S T A T
S T A T .B 0

...

C 0 1 5 6 /1

S T A T
S T A T .B 0

1
2

B it 3 1

B it 3 1

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Function block AIF-OUT and AIF-OUT*) (AIF-OUT*) is available for the 9300 technology variants servo inverter, positioning
controller and cam profiler as of software version 2.0)

DRIVECOM status word:


The assignment of the DRIVECOM status word differs from the AIF status word!
For further information see chapter 6.5.2 or chapter 6.5.3.

6.5

Controller status

6.5.1

Standard unit control


For standard control you enter the control information via the corresponding control inputs
(terminal):
With 82XX controllers, the corresponding control input is selected via the Lenze parameter L-C0001
(operating mode).
Information about the current unit status (Fig. 6-3, see below) (rectangles) are available in the
DRIVECOM parameter status word. Commands in the DRIVECOM parameter control word are
switched off and cannot change the controller status. The commands to change the controller status
are entered via the corresponding control inputs. These commands are marked by arrows in the
following diagram.

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Switch on unit

TRIP (fault)

NOT READY TO SWITCH ON

Fault

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 0000

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 1000

automatically when
initializing is completed

TRIP reset**

READY TO SWITCH ON
Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0001
automatically
SWITCHED ON
Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0011

Ctrl. enable**

Ctrl. inhibit**

OPERATION ENABLED
Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0111
QSP**

Fig. 6-3

Note:
The terms marked with ** are
commands

Status diagram for standard unit control

Status
NOT READY TO SWITCH
ON

Meaning
The controller is being initialized and is not yet ready to operate.
It then automatically switches to the status READY TO SWITCH ON.

READY TO SWITCH ON

The controller is inhibited and waits for the power stage to be charged. It then automatically switches to the status SWITCHED ON.

SWITCHED ON

The controller is inhibited and waits for controller enable.

OPERATION ENABLED

The controller is enabled. In this status, a pulse inhibit can be set automatically.

FAULT

The controller is in the status FAULT (TRIP).

6.5.2

DRIVECOM unit control


With PROFIBUS control (for 82XX: Lenze parameter L-C0001 = 3; for 93XX: always)and when using
the 2131 fieldbus module, Lenze controllers have a controller status as standardized in the
DRIVECOM profile 20.
Information about the current unit status (Fig. 6-4, see below) (rectangles) are available in the
DRIVECOM parameter status word. Commands in the DRIVECOM parameter control word can
change the controller status. These commands are marked by arrows in the following diagram.

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Example:
Status information by means of status word
Bit 15 ... bit 0 (binary display)

Fault
was
recognized

MALFUNCTION REACTION ACTIVE


Switch on unit
Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 1111
automatically when
fault reaction is over

NOT READY TO SWITCH ON

Fault

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 0000

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 1000


14

automatically when initializing is completed

Reset fault
xxxx xxxx 0xxx xxxx

SWITCH ON INHIBIT

xxxx xxxx 1xxx xxxx

Status word xxxx xxxx x0xx 0000


9
Inhibit voltage
xxxx xxxx xxxx xx0x

10

12

Inhibit voltage
xxxx xxxx xxxx xx0x

Standstill
xxxx xxxx
xxxx x110

Quick stop
xxxx xxxx xxxx x01x

READY TO SWITCH ON
Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0001
8
Standstill
xxxx xxxx xxxx
x110

Inhibit voltage
xxxx xxxx xxxx xx01
or
quick stop completed

3
Switch on
xxxx xxxx
xxxx x111

7
6
Standstill
xxxx xxxx xxxx x110

SWITCHED ON
Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0011

Operation enable
xxxx xxxx xxxx 1111 and
act. speed value <> 0*

Operation inhibit
xxxx xxxx xxxx 0111 or act.
speed value = 0*

OPERATION ENABLED

QUICK STOP ACTIVE

Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0111

Inhibit RFG is mapped to quick


stop

Fig. 6-4

Status word xxxx xxxx x01x 0111

11
Quick stop
xxxx xxxx xxxx x01x
Note:
* only effective for 821X, 8200 vector when the
automatic DC-injection brake is active (L-C0106,
L-C2106 <> 0)

Status diagram DRIVECOM unit control

Status

Meaning

NOT READY TO SWITCH


ON

The controller is being initialized and is not yet ready to operate. It automatically switches to the status READY TO SWITCH ON.

SWITCH-ON INHIBIT
READY TO SWITCH ON

The controller is inhibited and waits for command 2 (shut down).


The controller is inhibited and waits for command 3 (switch on).

SWITCHED ON

The controller is inhibited and waits for command 4 (enable operation).

OPERATION ENABLED

The controller is enabled. In this status, a pulse inhibit can be set automatically.

FAULT REACTION ACTIVE

A fault (TRIP) was recognized and a fault response initiated.

FAULT

The controller is in the status FAULT (TRIP).

QUICK STOP ACTIVE

While being in the status OPERATION ENABLED the command quick stop was set. The controller is decelerated in a controlled way
(quick-stop ramp). After deceleration, the controller automatically changes to the controller status SWITCH ON INHIBIT.

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Command

Meaning

COMMAND 2, 6, 8 (standstill)

Command to change from different states to the status READY TO SWITCH ON.

Control word: bit 0 = 0


COMMAND 3 (switch on)

Command to change to the controller status SWITCHED ON.

COMMAND 4 (enable operation)

Command to change to the controller status OPERATION ENABLED. The controller inhibit is deactivated.

COMMAND 5 (inhibit operation)

Command to change to the controller status SWITCHED ON. The controller inhibit is activated.

COMMAND 7, 9, 10, 12 (voltage inhibit)

Command to change to the controller status SWITCH ON INHIBIT. The controller inhibit is activated.

Control word: bit 1 = 0


COMMAND 7, 10, 11 (quick stop)

Command to change to the controller status SWITCH ON INHIBIT. If the controller was enabled, it is decelerated in a
controlled way along the Lenze quick-stop ramp.

Control word: bit 2 = 0


COMMAND 13 (FAULT/TRIP)

The controller has recognized a malfunction. For some malfunction a controlled deceleration may be necessary
(depending on the controller). Once completed, the controller changes to the status FAULT.

COMMAND 14 (reset fault/TRIP)

With the series 821X, 8200 vector this command acknowledges a fault. The controller changes to the status SWITCH ON
INHIBIT when a fault is no longer recognized.

Control word: bit 7 = 0

A1

The individual bit-control commands of the control word depend on other bit positions. In the
following you will find a description of the bits required to effect the command.
Controller status commands

Bits of the control word

Bit

1 Standstill

2 Switch on

3 Operation enable

4 Operation inhibit

5 Voltage inhibit

6 Quick stop

8 Fault reset

0 1

Fault reset
RFG-zero
RFG-stop
RFG inhibit
Operation enable
Quick stop
Voltage inhibit
Switch on

Explanation:
0
= Bit status is 0
1
= Bit status is 1
empty = Any bit status, no influence

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The actual unit status can only be clarified by combining the unit-status information bits (bit 0 to 6).
This is shown in the following:
Unit status

Bits of the status word

Bit

NOT READY TO SWITCH ON


SWITCH-ON INHIBIT
READY TO SWITCH ON

SWITCHED ON
OPERATION ENABLED
FAULT

FAULT REACTION ACTIVE

QUICK STOP ACTIVE

Switch-on inhibit
Quick stop
Voltage inhibit
Fault
Operation enabled
Switched on
Ready to switch on

Explanation:
0
= Bit status is 0
1
= Bit status is 1
empty

6.5.3

= Any bit status, no influence

Control word
Note!
The single bit control commands of the control word depend on other bit positions. Chapter 6.5.2
describes the bits required to effect the command.

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Structure of the parameter control word


Bit

Name

Meaning

Switch on

Controller status
0 = command 2, 6, 8 (controller inhibit)
1 = command 3 (controller inhibit)

Inhibit voltage

Controller status
0 = command 9, 10, 12 (controller inhibit)
1 = command voltage inhibit not active

Quick stop

Controller status
0 = Command 7, 10, 11 (quick stop)
1 = Command quick stop not active

Operation enable

Controller status
0 = Command 5 (controller inhibit)
1 = Command 4 (controller inhibit not active)

RFG inhibit

Inhibit of the ramp-funtion generator. Quick stop is activated without the controller leaving its status.
0 = RfG inhibit (quick stop)
1 = RFG inhibit not active

FREE
DRIVECOM:
RFG-stop

820X:
821X, 822X:

FREE
DRIVECOM:
RFG-zero

Fault reset

Fault reset (TRIP). For this, a bit change from 0 to 1 is required.


For 82XX, the controller is initialized. During this time, the controller does not accept any commands.

Reserve

DRIVECOM reserved

Reserve

DRIVECOM reserved

10

Reserve

DRIVECOM reserved

11

FREE
DRIVECOM:
Manufacturer

820X:
93XX:

12

FREE
DRIVECOM:
Manufacturer

820X, 821X, 822X:

13

FREE
DRIVECOM:
Manufacturer

DC-injection brake:
0 = DCB not active
1 = DCB active
8200 vector:
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B14
93XX:
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B13 1)

14

FREE
DRIVECOM:
Manufacturer

820X:
93XX:

15

FREE
DRIVECOM:
Manufacturer

820X:

8200 vector, 93XX:


820X:
821X, 822X:

8200 vector; 93XX:

Not assigned
Input of the ramp function generator (speed
setpoint integrator) will be set to 0. Thus
controlled deceleration along the ramp.
0 = RFG zero
1 = RFG zero not active
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B5 negated 1).

Not assigned
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B7 1).

8200 vector, 93XX:

Parameter set changeover:


1 = Parameter set 2
0
0 = Parameter set 1
1
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B12 1).

820X, 821X, 822X:

Not assigned
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B14 1)

821X, 8200 vector,


822X:
93XX:
1)

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Not assigned
Output of the RFG (speed setpoint integrator) is frozen.
0 = RFG stop
1 = RFG stop not active
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B4 negated 1).

PE inhibit
Inhibit the update of the PO data of the controller (input data for the master). The updates
of status and actual information of the process channel can be inhibited to transmit control information
more precisely in time (see chapter 3.6.2).
0 = Read status and actual value
1 = Do not read status and actual value
Not assigned
free. Mapping to bit AIF-CTRL.B15 1).

For the assignment see the following table

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The following table shows the assignment of the DRIVECOM control word 93XX depending on the
selected signal configuration L-C0005:
Signal
configuration
L-C0005

Bit 5
(AIF-CTRL.B4)

Bit 6
(AIF-CTRL.B5)

Bit 11
(AIF-CTRL.B7)

Bit 12
(AIF-CTRL.B12)

Bit 13
(AIF-CTRL.B13)

Speed control
1003
1013
1113

NSET-RFG-STOP
(RFG stop)

NSET-CTRL.
ENABLE-0 (RFG
zero)

Not assigned

DCTRL-PAR*1

DCTRL-PAR-LOAD NSETTI*1

NSETTI*2

Torque control
4003
4013
4113

NSET-RFG-STOP
(RFG stop)

NSET-CTRL.
ENABLE-0 (RFG
zero)

Not assigned

DCTRL-PAR*1

DCTRL-PAR-LOAD NSET-JOG*1

NSET-JOG*2

DF master
5003
5013
5113

NSET-RFG-STOP
(RFG stop)

NSET-CTRL.
ENABLE-0 (RFG
zero)

Not assigned

DCTRL-PAR*1

DCTRL-PAR-LOAD REF-ON

NSET-TI*1

DF-slave bus
6003
6013
6113

Not assigned

Not assigned

Not assigned

DCTRL-PAR*1

DCTRL-PAR-LOAD REF-ON

Not assigned

DF-slave cascade
7003
7013
7113

Not assigned

Not assigned

Not assigned

DCTRL-PAR*1

DCTRL-PAR-LOAD REF-ON

Not assigned

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Bit 15
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Status word
Note!
The current controller status can only be clarified by combining the bits with the status information
(bit 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6). This is shown in chapter 6.5.2.

Structure of the parameter status word:


Bit

Name

Meaning

Ready to switch on

Controller status information


0 = Status lower than READY TO SWITCH ON
1 = Status at least READY TO SWITCH ON

Switched on

Controller status information


0 = Status lower than SWITCHED ON
1 = Status at least SWITCHED ON

Operation enabled

Controller status information


0 = Status lower than OPERATION ENABLED
1 = Status OPERATION ENABLED

Fault

Controller status information


0 = No fault (TRIP))
1 = Fault (TRIP) occured

Voltage inhibited

Information on command voltage inhibit (see chapter 6.5.3 control word)


0 = Command active
1 = Command not active

Quick stop

Information on command quick stop (see chapter 6.5.3 control word)


0 = Command active
1 = Command not active

Switch-on inhibit

Controller status information


0 = Statu not SWITCH-ON INHIBIT
1 = Status SWITCH-ON INHIBIT

Warning

Collective warning
0 = No warning
1 = Warning (overtemperature)

Message

Collective message. Automatic setting and resetting of pulse inhibit in the controller status OPERATION ENABLED. Reasons for this
can be undervoltage or overvoltage as well as overcurrent (clamp) or malfunction configuration of 93xx.
0 = No message
1 = Message (IMP)

Remote

82XX:

10

FREE DRIVECOM:
Setpoint reached

Status of speed/frequency deviation


RFGoff
0 = RFGon
1 = RFGon = RFGoff

11

Limit value

Status of the DRIVECOM speed limitation


0 = Limitation not addressed
1 = Limitation addressed

12

FREE DRIVECOM:
Reserve

82XX:
93XX:

13

FREE DRIVECOM:
Reserve

14

Manufacturer

82XX:
Not assigned
93XX:
free. Mapping to bit L-C0150.B3 1)
820X, 821X, 822X:
Imax (current limit reached)
0 = Current limit not reached
1 = Current limit exceeded
8200 vector, 93XX:
free. Mapping to bit L-C0150.B2 1)

15

Manufacturer

820X, 821X, 822X:

93XX:

Bus access, depends on Lenze parameter operating mode (L-C0001):


3
0 = L-C0001
3
1 = L-C0001
1

Not assigned
free. Mapping to bit L-C0150.B14 1)

8200 vector, 93XX:


1)

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Qmin (fd
fdQmin)
0 = Qmin not active
1 = Qmin active
free. Mapping to bit L-C0150.B5 1)

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The following table shows the assignment of the DRIVECOM status word 93XX depending on the
selected signal configuration L-C0005:
Signal configuration
L-C0005

Bit 10
(L-C0150.B4)

Bit 12
(L-C0150.B14)

Bit 13
(L-C0150.B3)

Bit 14
(L-C0150.B2)

Bit 15
(L-C0150.B5)

Speed control
100x
101x
111x

NSET-RFGI= 0

Not assigned

Not assigned

MCTRL-IMAX

QMIN

Torque control
400x
401x
411x

MCTRL-IMAX negated

Not assigned

Not assigned

MCTRL-IMAX

QMIN

DF master
500x
501x
511x

NSET-RFGI= 0

Not assigned

Not assigned

REF-OK

REF-BUSY

DF-slave bus
600x
601x
611x

MCTRL-MMAX negated

Not assigned

Not assigned

REF-OK

REF-BUSY

DF-slave cascade
700x
701x
711x

MCTRL-MMAX negated

Not assigned

Not assigned

REF-OK

REF-BUSY

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6.6

Lenze-specific parameters

6.6.1

Only 82XX: Lenze parameter Operating Mode (L-C0001)

Parameter Sub-I
name
ndex
(Index)

Data
str.

Data
type

Meaning
(Initialization is printed in bold)

Operating
mode
(5FFEhex)

I32

Value

Control source

Setpoint source

Parameter source

0
1
2
3

Terminal
Terminal
Terminal
PROFIBUS

Terminal
8201 (keypad)
Terminal
PROFIBUS

PROFIBUS
PROFIBUS
PROFIBUS
PROFIBUS

6.6.2

Parameter L-C0142
This parameter L-C0142 prevents the drive from uncontrolled restarts after:

l Mains connection and disconnection


l Internal fault
l Internal message (with pulse inhibit) > 0.5 s
If the controller sets the status Mesage because of an internal fault (e. g. short mains failure) and
the fault remains active longer than 0.5 s, the controller will be inhibited automatically.
The parameter L-C0142 has the following function:

l L-C0142 = 1:

The controller restarts automatically as soon as the fault is not active any longer

l L-C0142 = 0:

The controller remains inhibited and the drive cannot restart even if the fault is no longer
active.
The drive restarts after a LOW-HIGH transition at one of the inputs for Controller inhibit
(CHIN, e. g. at terminal X5/28)

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Troubleshooting and fault elimination


In the following you will find information about troubleshooting in the PROFIBUS system in
connection with controllers.
The help is in the form of troubleshooting trees with the following elements:

Branches

Another block
of the fault-elimination
tree

Instruction

Fig. 7-1

Connection

Elements of a troubleshooting tree

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7.1

Controller is inhibited
The controller cannot be enabled via PROFIBUS process data, i.e. the status OPERATION
ENABLED will not be reached.

PROFIBUS
initialization
ok?

no

Check
PROFIBUS

yes

Is the yellow
LED blinking (BUS)?

no
Check 2131 fieldbus module

yes

82XX:
Set the operating mode
(L-C0001) to 3 (if necessary,
store parameter (L-C0003))

POW1 = 0000hex selection

PIW1 =
xxxx xxxx x100 0000bin
(switch-on inhibit)?

no

PIW1 =
xxxx xxxx 0xxx 1000bin
(fault)?

yes

yes

Fault (TRIP)
reset

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POW1 = 007Ehex selection

no
PIW1 =
xxxx xxxx x011 0001bin
(ready for switch on)?

yes

POW1 = 0007Fhex selection

PIW1 =
xxxx xxxx x011 0111bin
(operation enabled)?

no

Enable controller
(terminal 28, C40)
For 821X/8200 vector/822X with
L-C0106 <> 0
setpoint selection via PAW2

yes

OK

It is possible to select setpoints


or other control signals

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7.2

Check PROFIBUS
Short testing of the PROFIBUS system in the event of faulty initialization. The diagnostics information
of the PROFIBUS fieldbus modules in the host must be considered.
For troubleshooting it can be reasonable to reduce the bus so that only one unit is connected to the
PROFIBUS.

Are all units


connected to the
PROFIBUS
switched on?

no

Switch on all units or


disconnect all switched-off
units from the PROFIBUS

yes
Reduce the number of
units connected to the
PROFIBUS
until the unit in question is
the last one connected.

PROFIBUS
initialization
ok?

no
Replace the unit

yes

Reconnect a unit

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Activate the fieldbus module


Activate the fieldbus module in connection with a controller.

yes
Is the green
LED (BUS) on?

no

Switch on the controller and/or


supply the 2131 fieldbus module
separately

Is the yellow
LED (BUS) blinking?

no
Correct
the identifiers

Start PROFIBUS

no
Are the
configuration identifiers in
the master
correct?

no
Is the yellow
LED (BUS) blinking?

yes

yes

Replace the 2131


fieldbus module

OK

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Fault reset (TRIP)


Fault reset via PROFIBUS process data.

POW1 = 0080hex
selection

PIW1 =
xxxx xxxx x100 0000bin
(switch-on inhibit)?

yes

no

Preselection:
POW1 = 0000hex
then
POW1 = 0080hex

no

PIW1 =
xxxx xxxx x100 0000bin
(switch-on inhibit)?

yes

OK

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Appendix

8.1

Accessories
In the following, you will find the accessory components for PROFIBUS-DP:

Note!
Please ask the manufacturer of the accessory components for the latest order information and the
technical data.

Name

Note

Bus-connector

Bus-connector for 9-pole SubD-connector with plug-in terminals for the connection of the bus cable (order name: bus connector
PROFIBUS RS-485).
With connectable bus terminator
Order number: Siemens: 6ES7 972-0BA00-0XA0

Bus cable

Features:
l Cable resistance: 135 - 165 /km (f = 3 - 20 MHz)
l Capacitance per unit length: 30 nF/km
l Loop resistance: < 110 /km
l Core diameter: > 0.64 mm
l Core cross-section: 0.34 mm2
l cores: twisted, insulated and screened
Order name: Siemens SINEC L2 2-core bus cable

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8.2

List of abbreviations

Abbreviation

Meaning

AIF

Automation Interface; interface between controller and automation or fieldbus modules. It also includes defined process data.

ASCII

American Standard Code for Information Interchange: 7 bit code with one free parity bit

bin

Display of values in the binary character format (0,1).

CRL

Communication reference list

Ctrl. enable

Controller enable

Ctrl. inhibit

Controller inhibit

DCB

DC-injection brake

DI1, DI2

Name for the SubD connection.

DO1, DO2

Name for the SubD connection.

DP

Decentral periphery:
Input and output units which are serially connected with the central control.

EMC

Electromagnetic Compatibility

hex

Display of values in the hexadecimal character format (0, , 9, A, B, , F ).

Imax

Current limit

IMP

Pulse inhibit

JOG

Fixed speed or input for activation of the fixed speed

L-CXXXX

Lenze code number XXXX

LECOM

Lenze communication

LSB

Least Significant Bit; low-weighting bits of a binary value

Max-PDU

Maximum Process Data Unit

MSB
OV

Most Significant Bit; high-weighting bits of a binary value


Object list

PC

Personal Computer

PCD

Process data

PDU

Process Data Unit: Usable length of a PROFIBUS-compatible telegram

PE

Protective earth

PI-data

Process-input data

PIWx

Process-input word x from PROFIBUS: Reference point is the master, i.e. a word is transmitted from the controller to the master. x
characterizes the word address (starts with x = 1).

PO-data

Process-output data

POWx

Process-output word x to PROFIBUS: Reference point is the master; i.e. a word is transmitted from the master to the controller. x
characterizes the word address (starts with x = 1).

PROFIBUS

Process Field Bus; communication standard DIN 19245, parts 1 to 3

QSP
RFG

Quick stop
Ramp-function generator; setpoint integrator

RS232

Interface standard

RS485

Interface standard with difference signals

TRIP

Operation fault

Vcc

Controlled constant voltage supply

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Glossary

Technical term

Meaning

Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement of a setting or change (e. g. of parameters))

Application

as directed:
Appropriate use of the machine according to the manufacturers information or to common use because of its design and function.
inappropriate
The use of the machine which does not comply with the manufacturers declaration.

Baud rate

Transmission speed of data in bit/s

Bus participant

Unit which communicates with the host via the bus

Bus terminal

Network node between long-distance and peripheral bus

Code
Code number/code

For input and display (access) of parameter values.


Clear labelling of a parameter, e.g. C0106. For the calculation rules see the Lenze code addressing in chapter Parameter setting,
page 6-1.

Controller

General term for servo drives, frequency inverters and DC drives

Cycle time

The cycle time of the communication system is the time required for the exchange of all process data between the host and the
field units (e.g. controllers).

Data format

Data description, consisting of the components data structure and data type. The data formats of the DRIVECOM parameters are
described in chapter 6.

Distributed peripherals (DP)

Input and output units which are serially connected with the central control.

DP master (class 1)

The DP master, which transfers user data by means of the assigned DP slave.

DP master (class 2)

The DP master, which is used as commissioning or diagnosis unit, usually a programming unit

DRIVECOM

Group of more than 30 drive manufacturers. They have created uniform communication solutions for power transmission. A result
is a standardized drive profile DRIVECOM profile drive technology 21 (see Profile).

Fieldbus

For the exchange of data between higher-level controls (hosts) and positioning controls (e. g. controllers).

Handshake
Host

Stipulated data-transfer method (here implemented by software).


PC or PLC

Icon

Sign or symbol with an unambiguous message.

Index

Parameter number according to the PROFIBUS and DRIVECOM definitions. If a parameter comprises several values (e. g. arrays and
records), they are addressed with an additional subindex.

InterBus-S

Serial bus system of Phoenix Contact

Lenze code number

see code number

Master

see host/host system

Network topology

Design and structure of a network: e.g. point-to-point network, line network, ring network)

Parameter

Adjustable controller variables and values addressable via codes

PCP channel

By means of this communication channel, parameters can be transferred via PCP services following the PROFIBUS standard.

PCP service

Commands with which it is possible to transfer parameters according to the PROFIBUS standard.

Peripheral-bus module
Peripheral-bus station

Bus participant in the peripheral bus


Consists of bus terminal, peripheral-bus module and long-distance bus controller.

PNO

PROFIBUS-Nutzerorganisation e.V. (PROFIBUS user organisation) Organisation for support and distribution of the PROFIBUS.

Process data

Small amounts of data (e.g. 2 bytes, DRIVECOM) for fast and cyclic transmission; e.g. setpoints and actual values

Process-data channel
(PCD channel)

Communication channel for fast and cyclic transmission of process data

PROFIBUS

Communication standard DIN 19245 consisting of parts 1 to 3

Profile

The word profile originates from the communication standard DIN 19245 and describes supplementary and restrictive
regulations, which are valid for industry groups or device groups.
The DRIVECOM-Nutzergruppe e. V. has standardized some important unit functions and summarized the results in the DRIVECOM
profile drive technology 20.

Slave

Bus participant which is only allowed to transmit data after a request by a master. For instance, controllers are slaves. (See
Host/host system)

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8.4

Table of keywords

Accessories, 8-1

Definitions, 1-1

Address

Device control, DRIVECOM, 6-14

Bus, 6-3
Station, 6-3

Diagnostics, 5-4

Addressing of Lenze codes, 6-1

Dimensions, 3-2

AIF-IN, Function block, 6-12

Disposal, 1-2

AIF-OUT, Function block, 6-13

DP parameter-setting channel, 6-5

Appendix, 8-1

DRIVECOM
Control word, 6-17

Application as directed, 1-2

Device control, 6-14

Application conditions, 3-1

Status word, 6-20

Assignment of the process data, 6-9

DRIVECOM parameters, 6-2

Basic insulation, 4-4


Baud rate, 3-1, 6-4
See also Baud rate

Bus address, 6-3


Bus cable, 4-6, 8-1
Bus connection cable, 4-6
Bus-connector, 8-1

Electrical data. See Ratings


Electrical isolation, 4-4
Enable controller, 5-3

F
Fault elimination, 7-1
Fault reset, 7-6

Fieldbus module
Connections, 4-1

Check PROFIBUS, , 7-4

Order designation, 3-1

Codes, Possibilities, 6-1

Overview, 4-1

Commissioning, 5-1
Initial switch-on, 5-2

Communication medium, 3-1, 3-2


Communication times, 3-3
Configuration, PROFIBUS-DP, 6-4
Connection
Connections of the fieldbus module, 4-1
Plug-in terminal (2-pole), 4-2

Control word, 6-17


Controller
Application as directed, 1-2
Labelling, 1-2

Controller status, 6-13

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I
Index, 6-1
Initial switch-on, 5-2
See also Installation

Installation
Electrical, 4-3
Mechanical, 4-3
Wiring to a host, 4-4

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Labelling, Controller, 1-2

Parameter, L-C0142, 6-22


Parameter communication
Read job, 6-7
with the controller, 6-7
Write job, 6-7

Legal regulations, 1-2


Length of the user data, 6-4
Lenze code addressing, 6-1

Parameter sets, 6-2


Parameter setting, 6-1

Lenze codes, 6-1


Lenze data types, 6-2

Parameter-setting channel, 6-5


Parameters, 6-1
C0001 (operating mode), 6-3
DRIVECOM, 6-2
Lenze, 6-1
Meaning of individual parameters, 6-3

Lenze parameters, 6-1


Lenze-specific parameters, 6-22

Liability, 1-2
List

Personnel, qualified, 2-1


Plug-in terminal for external supply, Connections, 4-2

Abbreviations, 8-1

Process data, 6-9

Technical term. See Glossary

Process data assignment, 6-9

List of abbreviations, 8-1

Processing time in the controller, 3-3


PROFIBUS, Configuration, 6-4

Protocol data, 3-2

R
Manufacturer, 1-2
Ratings, 3-2
Master, Settings, 6-4
Master settings, 6-4

N
Network topology, Point-to-point, 4-5
Number of participants, 3-4

Read job, 6-7

S
Safety information, 2-1
Layout, 2-2
Other notes, 2-2
Warning of damage to material, 2-2
Warning of damage to persons, 2-2
Operating Instructions, 1-1

Scope of supply, 1-1


Standard unit control, 6-13

Station address, 6-3


Status word, 6-20

Operator, 2-1

SubD plug, 4-2

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Technical data, 3-1


Communication times, 3-3
Dimensions, 3-2
Features of the fieldbus module, 3-1
General data/application conditions, 3-1
Protocol data, 3-2
Ratings, 3-2

Voltage supply, 4-3


Voltage supply, external, 4-2

TRIP reset, 7-6


Troubleshooting, 7-1

Warranty, 1-2

Wiring, to a host, 4-4

Unit control, Standard, 6-13


User data length, 6-4

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Write job, 6-7


Write parameter (example), 6-8, 6-9

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