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2 Connection and display components

CPX bus node CANopen


CPX-FB14 1
4 MS PS

NS PL

IO SF

Festo AG & Co. KG


Postfach 3
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73726 Esslingen
Germany

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+49 711 347-0
www.festo.com

Brief description 8026021


1307a
[8026023] 1 Bus-status-specific and 3 Cover for DIL switches
CPX-specific LEDs 4 Service interface for handheld,
2 Fieldbus connection (9-pin Sub-D etc.
plug)
Original: de Fig. 1

CPX bus node CANopen CPX-FB14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . English CANopen-specific LEDs CPX-specific LEDs
MS Module status (green/red) 1) PS Power system (green) 1)
1 User instructions
The bus node CPX-FB14 for CPX terminals is intended exclusively for use as a parti- NS Network status (green/red) 1) PL Power load (green) 1)
cipant (Slave) in a CANopen network. IO I/O status (green/red) 1) SF System failure (red) 1)
The specified limits for technical data must be adhered to. You can find detailed M Modify (yellow) 1) 2)
information in the bus node description P.BE-CPX-FB14-... and in the CPX system 1) Detailed information:  bus node description P.BE-CPX-FB14-…
2) Parameterisation revised or “Force” active
description P.BE-CPX-SYS-.…
Fig. 2

Normal operating status:


The LEDs MS, NS, IO, PS and PL light up green; the LEDs SF and M do not light up.
CANopen® and TORX® are registered trademarks of the respective trademark
owners in certain countries. 3 Installation instructions
3.1 Mounting/dismounting
When built-in, the bus node is located in an interlinking block of the CPX terminal.
Warning
• Switch off the power supply before assembling or disassembling modules or 1
plugging plug connectors together or separating them (danger of operative
malfunctions or damage).
• Only use PELV circuits in accordance with IEC/EN 60204-1 (protective extra-
low voltage, PELV) for the electrical power supply. 2
• Observe also the general requirements for PELV power circuits in accordance
with IEC/EN 60204-1.
• Only use voltage sources which guarantee reliable electrical isolation of the
operating voltage in accordance with IEC/EN 60204-1. 3
• Connect an earth conductor of sufficient cable cross section to the connection
of the CPX terminal marked with the earth symbol. 4

1 TORX T10 screws; tightening 3 Contact rails


torque 0.9 … 1.1 Nm 4 Interlinking block
Note 2 Bus node CPX-FB14
Fig. 3
The CPX bus node contains electrostatically sensitive devices.
• Therefore, do not touch any components.
• Observe the handling specifications for electrostatically sensitive devices.
Warning
This will help to prevent damage to the electronics
Switch off the power supply before assembling or disassembling bus nodes
(danger of operative malfunction or damage).

Note Dismantling:
• Unscrew screws and carefully lift off the bus node.
• Only commission a CPX terminal which has been completely mounted and
connected.
Mounting: Setting the station number with DIL switch 3
1. Check seal and seal surfaces. Set the station number using the switch elements 1 ... 7 of the 8-element DIL
2. Carefully insert connection block into the interlinking block and press it in. switch:
3. Screws must be set so that the existing self-cutting threads can be used. DIL switch 3 Function
Tighten the screws by hand in diagonally opposite sequence. Tightening
DIL 3.8 Resetting the bus node to factory setting
torque: 0.9 … 1.1 Nm

8
26 ( Fig. 9).

7
25

6
Note 24 DIL 3.1 … DIL3.7 Binary-coded input of the station number.

5
Always use the appropriate screws for the interlocking block, which depend on 23 Example on left in diagram:

4
22 21 + 22 + 25 =

3
the material of the interlinking block (metal or plastic): 2 + 4 + 32 = station number 38
21

2
• Plastic interlinking block: thread-cutting tapping screws
20

1
• Metal interlinking block: screws with metric thread
Permissible station numbers: 1 … 127

3.2 Setting the DIL switches Fig. 7

Activation of the layer setting service with DIL switch 3


1 The bus node CPX-FB14 supports layer setting service (LSS) in accordance with
On On CiA DSP-305.
2 1 2 1 2
To activate LSS, set the switch elements 1 … 7 of the DIL switch to OFF (station
number = 0):
DIL switch 3 Function
3
8
7
6

DIL 3.8 Resetting the bus node to factory setting


5

8
4
3

26 ( Fig. 9).
2

7
On

4 25

6
24

5
On On
DIL 3.1 … DIL 3.7 Binary-coded input of the station number.
23

4
1 2 1 2
Example in the left figure:
22

3
Station number = 0, LSS is activated
5 21

2
20

1
Fig. 8

1 DIL switch 1: bus node operating mode


Resetting the bus node to factory setting with DIL switch 3
2 DIL switch 2: undervoltage error message mode
Reset the bus node to factory setting with switch element 8 of the DIL switch:
3 DIL switch 3 station number/LSS activation
4 DIL switch 4 baud rate DIL switch 3 Function
5 DIL switch 5 CPX diagnostics mode or number of log. I/Os with “remote DIL 3.8 Resetting the bus node to factory setting:
8

controller” 26 1. Switch off the power supply for the CPX


7

terminal.
25
6

Fig. 4 2. Set the DIL switch 8 to ON.


24
5

3. Switch on the power supply for the CPX


23 terminal.
4

Setting the operating mode with DIL switch 1 22


The bus node is reset to factory settings.
3

You can set the operating mode of the bus node with switch element 1.1 of the 4. Set the DIL switch 8 back to OFF.
21
2

dual DIL switch 1: 20 DIL 3.1 … DIL3.7 Binary-coded input of the station number
1

( Fig. 7)
DIL switch 1 Function
Fig. 9
DIL 1.1: OFF Remote I/O operating mode
DIL 1.2: OFF All functions of the CPX terminal are controlled
(factory setting) directly by the CANopen Master. Setting the baud rate with DIL switch 4
Set the baud rate with the dual DIL switch:
DIL 1.1: ON Remote Controller
DIL 1.2: OFF A CPX-FEC or CPX-CEC integrated into the terminal DIL switch 4
controls all functions 125 kbaud 250 kbaud 500 kbaud 1000 kbaud

Fig. 5

Setting the fault mode with DIL switch 2 DIL 4.1: OFF DIL 4.1: ON DIL 4.1: OFF DIL 4.1: ON
Set the fault mode with the dual DIL switch: DIL 4.2: OFF DIL 4.2: OFF DIL 4.2: ON DIL 4.2: ON
DIL switch 2 Function 2)
DIL 2.1: OFF Registering undervoltage error Fig. 10
DIL 2.2: OFF1)
(factory setting)

DIL 2.1: ON Filtering undervoltage error


DIL 2.2: OFF1) Faults during the monitoring of the operating and load
voltage supplies will be ignored

1) The setting of the switch element DIL 2.2 is reserved (always OFF).
Fig. 6
Setting the CPX diagnostic mode or the number of logical I/Os (data field size) Example of connection
with DIL switch 5 The following figure shows as an example the connection for a system supply and
The function of DIL switch 5 is dependent on the set operating mode of the CPX an additional supply (each with M18 plugs) for electric outputs.
terminal. Set the CPX diagnostics mode or the number of logical I/Os with the dual
DIL switch:
DIL switch 5 Function in Remote Function in Remote 1
I/O operating mode Controller operating
mode
Diagnostics mode Number of I/O bytes
M18 M18
DIL 2.1: OFF Status bits and I/O 2 byte (16 bit)
DIL 2.2: OFF diagnostics interface
(factory setting) deactivated

DIL 2.1: ON Status bits activated 4 byte (32 bit)


DIL 2.2: OFF (8 bit)

DIL 2.1: OFF I/O diagnostics interface 6 byte (48 bit)


DIL 2.2: ON (16 bit) 2 34 5 2 4 6

DIL 2.1: ON Reserved 8 byte (64 bit) 1 Potential equalisation 5 Connection of the system power
DIL 2.2: ON 2 External fuses supply type CPX-GE-EV-S (M18)
3 The load voltage for the 6 Connection of the additional
valves/outputs can be switched supply for electric outputs type
Fig. 11 off separately CPX-GE-EV-Z (M18)
4 Earth terminal pin 4 (M18 plug),
3.3 Pin allocation, fieldbus interface designed for 16 A
Plug Pin Internal CANopen Fig. 14
contacting
1 Not connected 3.5 Start-up behaviour of the CPX terminal
2 CAN_L If the LED M illuminates or flashes permanently after the system start, “System
3 CAN_GND start with saved parameterisation and saved CPX expansion” is set or “Force” is
1
6

4 Not connected
5 CAN_SHLD
active.
6 GND 3.6 Note on module replacement
9

7 CAN_H
5

8 Not connected
9 CAN_V+ Caution
Housing
(Plug) For CPX terminals with a continuously shining or flashing LED M, the paramet-
FE erisation is not automatically created by the higher-level system when the
CPX terminal is replaced during servicing. In this case, verify which settings are
Fig. 12 required before replacement and restore these settings after replacement.

3.4 Power supply of the CPX terminal


The operating and load voltage supply for the CPX terminal is fed in via interlinking Additional information on parameterisation and start-up behaviour
blocks. The interlinking blocks carry the operating and load voltage over contact of the CPX terminal can be found in the bus node description P.BE-
rails to the adjacent modules. CPX-FB14-...
You can find information on CANopen in the Internet:
CAN in Automation (CiA)  http://www.can-cia.org
1 2 3 4 4 Technical data
24 V VAL
0 V VAL Type CPX-FB14
 CPX system description P.BE-CPX-SYS-...
24 V EL/SEN 5 General technical data

0 V EL/SEN
Protection class through housing IP65 (fully assembled)
according to IEC/EN 60529, completely
24 VOUT 24 VOUT
6 mounted, plug connector inserted or
0 VOUT 0 VOUT
provided with cover cap

FE
7 Protection against electric shock By means of PELV power circuit
Protection against direct and indirect contact
as per IEC/DIN 60204-1
Bus node intrinsic current consumption
M18 M18 from operating voltage supply for Max. 200 mA at 24 V (internal electronics)
electronics/sensors (UEL/SEN)
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
24 V 24 V 0 V FE n.c. 24 V 0 V FE Separation
CANopen interfaces to UEL/SEN Galvanically isolated

1 Interlinking block with system 5 Operating voltage for electronics Fig. 15


supply, e.g. type CPX-GE-EV-S and sensors
2 Interlinking block without supply, 6 Load voltage for digital outputs
e.g. type CPX-GE-EV 7 Functional earth (FE), with earth
3 Interlinking block with additional terminal connected to the end
power supply, e.g. type plate, and also to the housing, if
CPX-GE-EV-Z metallic design
4 Load voltage for valves
Fig. 13