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TeSys® T LTM R Profibus-DP®

Motor Management Controller


Quick Start Guide
02/2007
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Table of Contents

Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
About the Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Quick Start Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Presentation of the TeSys® T Motor Management System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
FLC (Full Load Current) Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Diagnostic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Use with Magelis XBTN410 HMI Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Network Communication on Profibus-DP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

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Important Information

NOTICE Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with the
device before trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The following special messages
may appear throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn of potential
hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a Danger or Warning safety label indicates
that an electrical hazard exists, which will result in personal injury if the
instructions are not followed.

This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.

DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.

WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.

CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in injury or equipment damage.

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PLEASE NOTE Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by
qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material.
© 2007 Schneider Electric. All Rights Reserved.

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At a Glance

Document Scope The Quick Start Guide uses an application example to describe the different steps
to quickly install, configure and use TeSys® T.
This document is not intended to replace the following documents:
® ®
z TeSys T LTM R Profibus-DP Motor Management Controller User’s Manual
z LTM R Instruction Sheet
z LTM E Instruction Sheet

Validity Note The data and illustrations in this manual are not contractual. We reserve the right to
modify our products in line with our policy of continuous development. The
information given in this document may be modified without notice and must not be
interpreted as binding on the part of Schneider Electric.

Related
Documents
Title of Documentation Reference Number
TeSys T LTM R Profibus-DP Motor Management Controller - User’s Manual 1639502
LTM R•• Instruction Sheet 1639508
LTM E•• Instruction Sheet 1639509

You can download this technical publication and other technical information from
our website at http://www.telemecanique.com.

Product Related Schneider Electric assumes no responsibility for any errors that appear in this
Warnings document. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form or means,
including electronic, without prior written permission of Schneider Electric.

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User Comments We welcome your comments about this document. You can reach us by e-mail at
techpub@schneider-electric.com

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Introduction The Quick Start Guide uses an application example to illustrate each step in the
process of installing, configuring and using TeSys® T.
The application example uses the LTM R controller to protect and control a motor
and its driven load, in this case, a pump.
This application example is intended to:
z show you how to configure the LTM R controller in a few steps
z provide an example you can modify to develop your own configuration
z serve as a starting point for the development of more complex configurations,
incorporating such additional features as HMI or network control

Functions When the LTM R controller has been configured in order to protect and control the
Performed motor and pump, it will perform the following functions:
z thermal overload protection
z motor temperature sensor protection
z voltage protection / undervoltage
z external ground fault protection
z initial system configuration during commissioning using PC and PowerSuite software

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Operating The operating conditions used in the application example are:


Conditions z motor power: 4 kW
z line-to-line voltage: 400 Vac
z current: 9 A
z control circuit voltage: 230 Vac
z 3-wire control
z motor trip class 10
z start button
z stop button
z reset button on enclosure door
z fault light
z warning light
z full voltage, non-reversing starter (direct over the line starter)
z 24 Vdc power supply in the motor control center or control station for future use
with expansion module inputs

Network The network conditions for the example are:


Conditions z protocol: Profibus-DP
z address: 4
z baud rate: 3Mb/s

TeSys T is configured via PowerSuite - not via the network.

Components The application example uses the following components:


Used
Item Component description Reference number
1 LTM R 100-240 Vac Profibus-DP Motor Management LTMR27PFM
Controller (1.35...27 A FLC)
2 LTM E 24 Vdc Expansion Module LTMEV40BD
3 LTM R to LTM E RJ45 connection cable LTMCC004
4 PowerSuite cable kit VW3A8106
5 PowerSuite software on CD-ROM with LTM R upgrade LTM CONF
6 External ground fault CT TA30
7 External PTC binary motor temperature sensor User supplied

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What's in this This guide contains the following topics:


Guide?
Topic Page
Presentation of the TeSys® T Motor Management System 12
Installation 15
Configuration 20
FLC (Full Load Current) Settings 24
Diagnostic 25
Use with Magelis XBTN410 HMI Device 26
Network Communication on Profibus-DP 29

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Presentation of the TeSys® T Motor Management System

System The TeSys® T Motor Management System offers protection, control, and monitoring
Overview capabilities for single-phase and 3-phase AC induction motors.
The system offers diagnostic and statistics functions, as well as configurable
warnings and faults, to enable better prediction of component maintenance. It
provides data to continuously improve the entire system.
The two main hardware components of the system are:
z the LTM R controller, and
z the LTM E expansion module.

System The following tables describe the main components of the TeSys® T Motor
Presentation Management System.
LTM R controller Functional description Reference number
z current sensing 0.4...100 A LTMR08PBD
z single-phase or 3-phase current inputs (24 Vdc, 0.4...8 A FLC)
z 6 discrete logic inputs LTMR27PBD
z 4 relay outputs: 3 SPST, 1 DPST (24 Vdc, 1.35...27 A FLC)
z connections for a ground current sensor
LTMR100PBD
z connection for a motor temperature sensor
(24 Vdc, 5...100 A FLC)
z connection for network
z connection for HMI device or expansion module LTMR08PFM
z current protection, metering and monitoring functions (100...240 Vac, 0.4...8 A FLC)
z motor control functions LTMR27PFM
z power indicator (100...240 Vac, 1.35...27 A FLC)
z fault and warning LED indicators
LTMR100PFM
z network communication and alarm indicators
(100...240 Vac, 5...100 A FLC)
z HMI communication LED indicator
z test and reset function

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LTM E Functional description Reference number


expansion module
z voltage sensing 110...690 Vac LTMEV40BD (24 Vdc)
z 3-phase voltage inputs LTMEV40FM (100...240 Vac)
z 4 additional discrete logic inputs
z additional voltage protection, metering and monitoring functions
z power LED indicator
z logic input status LED indicators

Additional components required for an optional expansion module:


z LTM R controller to LTM E connection cable

PowerSuite™ Functional description Reference number


software
z commission the system through menu entries LTM CONF
z configure the system through menu entries VW3A8106
z display warnings and faults (PC communications cable)
Additional components required for PowerSuite™ software:
z a PC
z separate power source
z LTM R/LTM E to PC communication cable

Magelis® XBT HMI Functional description Reference number

z commission the system through menu entries XBTN410 (HMI)


z configure the system through menu entries XBTZ938 (cable)
z display warnings and faults
XBTL1000 (software)
Additional components required for an optional HMI device:
z separate power source
z LTM R/LTM E to HMI communication cable
z Magelis XBTL1000 programming software

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LTM R and The following diagrams show the features of the LTM R controller and expansion module:
LTM E
Description
LTM R Controller LTM E Expansion Module

5 6 4

A1 A2 I.1 C I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6 97 98 95 96 LV1 LV2 LV3


NO NC
Telemecanique LTMEV40FM
4 Telemecanique LTMR100PBD PROFIBUS

1
3 2
HMI Comm
Power
Alarm

Fallback

BF

Test / Reset Power I.7 I.8 I.9 I.10


NO NO NO 1 I.7 C7 I.8 C8 I.9 C9 I.10 C10
13 14 23 24 33 34 Z1 Z2 T1 T2 S A B DGND VP

8 5
7 9

1 port with RJ45 connector to HMI or


1 test/reset button
PC
2 HMI port with RJ45 connector connecting the LTM R controller to an
2 port with RJ45 connector to LTM R
HMI, PC, or expansion module
controller
3 network port with 9-pin sub-D connector connecting the LTM R
3 status-indicating LEDs
controller to a Profibus PLC
4 plug-in terminal: voltage inputs
4 status-indicating LEDs
5 plug-in terminal: logic inputs and
5 plug-in terminal: control power, and internally powered logic inputs and commons
common
6 plug-in terminal: double pole/single throw (DPST) output relay
7 plug-in terminal output relay
8 plug-in terminal: ground fault input and temperature sensor input
9 plug-in terminal: PLC network

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Installation

Overview The following procedure describes how to install and physically configure the
TeSys T® system, according to the operating conditions used in the application
example. The same procedure is used for other configurations.
The full installation procedure is shown on the Instruction sheets provided with the
LTM R controller and the LTM E expansion module. It is also described in detail in
chapter 6 of the User’s Manual.

DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Turn off all power supplying this equipment before working on it.
Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe electrical
work practises.
Failure to follow this instruction will result in death or serious injury.

The following diagrams show the physical dimensions of the controller and the
expansion module:
LTM R LTM E

mm mm
in in

3xØ18
3xØ0.71
61
2.4
61
2.4

120
91 4.72
120 3.58 46
140 4.72 1.8
5.5

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Mount LTM R Mount the controller and the expansion module, respecting clearance zones and
and LTM E operating position.
The diagrams below show how to mount the LTM R and LTM E on a DIN rail, solid mounting plate, or Telequick plate:

75,5 75,5
2.97 2.97
30,5 6 x M4 x 20
1.2 (# 8 x 32)

52.5
52.5 2.07
2.07
1 N•m
8.8 Ib-in.

1 N•m
8.8 Ib-in.
1 N•m
8.8 Ib-in.

This diagram shows the operating positions possible:

Connect LTM R Connect the LTM R controller and the LTM E expansion module using the RJ45 cable.
to LTM E

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Connect to HMI Connect the expansion module to the Magelis® XBTN410 HMI device using the
(optional) XBTZ938 cable.
In the application example: If you are not using the expansion module,
the HMI connects directly to the controller:

1 Magelis® XBTN410 HMI device


2 Magelis® connecting cable XBTZ938 1 Magelis® XBTN410 HMI device
3 LTM R controller 2 Magelis® connecting cable XBTZ938
4 Expansion module 3 LTM R controller

Wire Current Wire the current transformers according to the operating conditions:
Transformers z Product range → 1.35 − 27A
z Nominal motor current → 9A

1 pass through the CT windows is sufficient in this case, although 2 passes are possible:
3 3

1 pass 2 passes

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Wire Ground CT Wire the ground fault current transformer:

Wire LTM R z Wire the power supply and the I/O.


z Wire the temperature sensors.

Wire LTM E Wire the voltage transformers and the I/O on the expansion module.

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LTM R Controller The following wiring diagram illustrates the main power circuit of the application example:
Wiring
3

+/~
-/~

1 KM1 Start Stop


Reset

LV1 LV2 LV3 A1 A2 I.1 C I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6 97 98 95 96

O.4

LTME LTMR
O.1 O.2 O.3

I7 C7 I8 C8 I9 C9 I10 C1 13 14 23 24 33 34 Z1 Z2 T1 T2

KM1 Warning Fault

1 contactor
2 ground fault current transformer
3 PTC binary thermistor

Control The diagram below illustrates 3-wire (impulse) local control with network control
Adaptation with selectable. This is the operating mode used with the application example, as defined
Network Control in the example’s operating conditions:
L: Local control
O: Off
L ON
N: Network control

Start Stop

I.1 C I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6 97 98 95 96

O.4

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Configuration

Overview After the wiring connections are made, the next step is to configure parameters using
PowerSuite™ software (see chapter 8.6 of the LTM R Profibus-DP User’s Manual).

WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
The application of this product requires expertise in the design and programming
of control systems. Only persons with such expertise should be allowed to program
and apply this product.
Follow all local and national safety codes and standards.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.

Install Software
Step Description
1 Place the installation disk into your PC’s CD/DVD drive.
2 Navigate to and click on the setup.exe file. The setup wizard begins.
3 Follow the instructions in the setup wizard.

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Connect to
PowerSuite™ In the application example: If you are not using the expansion module, the
Software HMI connects directly to the controller:

1 PC running PowerSuite™ software 1 PC running PowerSuite™ software


2 Power cable VW3 A8 106 2 Power cable VW3 A8 106
3 LTM R controller 3 LTM R controller
4 Expansion module

Set Parameters
Step Description
1 Start up the PowerSuite™ software.
2 In the Load Configuration screen, select and open a configuration file with factory
default settings.
3 Open the Settings branch of the tree control.
4 Locate and set the Operating parameter settings in the Motor sub-branch.
5 Repeat step 4 for all other setting item sub-branches.
6 Save a copy of the completed configuration settings to a new configuration file.

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Parameter settings for the application example:


Settings branch Sub-branch Parameter Setting
Device information Current range 1.35-27A
Network Profibus-DP
Control voltage 100-240V AC
Motor settings Motor operating mode Nominal voltage 400V
Nominal power 4kW
Operating mode 3 wire independent
Contactor rating 9A
Phase 3 phase
Motor temperature sensor Sensor type PTC binary
Fault enable Enable
Fault level According to motor
Warning level According to motor
Load CT ratio Load CT ratio None(1)
Load CT passes 1(1)
Ground CT ratio 1000:1
Local remote transfer mode Local control Terminal trip
Current settings Thermal overload Trip type Inverse thermal
Trip class 10
(1)
FLC1 50% (1) (equivalent to 9A)
Fault enable Enable
Warning enable Enable
Ground current Fault enable Enable
Fault level 1A
Fault timeout 0.5s
Warning enable Enable
Warning level 200mA
Voltage settings Under voltage Fault enable Enable
Fault level 85%
Fault timeout 3s
Warning enable Enable
Warning level 90%

(1) see FLC (Full Load Current) Settings, p. 24.

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Transfer the
Configuration Step Description
File 1 Open the configuration file to be transferred.
z Be sure the file is in the Main window

2 Connect your PC to the LTM R controller.


z Check the task bar to see whether your PC is connected to the LTM R controller.

3 Transfer the configuration file:


z Select PC to Device, in either the Link → File Transfer sub-menu or the icon bar.
z In the Upload Configuration dialog, click Continue. A progress bar briefly appears.
z To confirm the success of the transfer, check the results in the Output window,
which opens automatically at the bottom of the Main window.
Result: The product is now ready to use.

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FLC (Full Load Current) Settings

FLC Basics Load CT ratio = Load CT primary / (Load CT secondary * Passes)


Current sensor max = Current range max * Load CT ratio
Current range max is determined by the controller commercial reference number.
FLCmax is defined as the lower of the Current sensor max and the Contactor rating values.
FLCmin = Current sensor max / 20 (rounded to the nearest 0.01 A.)
FLCmin is stored internally in units of 0.01 A.

Note: Do not set the FLC below FLCmin.

Conversion of FLC values are stored as a percentage of FLCmax


Amperes to FLC FLC (in %) = FLCA / FLCmax
Settings
Note: FLC values must be expressed as a percentage of FLCmax (resolution of
1%). If you enter an unauthorized value, the LTM R will round it up to the nearest
authorized value. For example, on a 0.4-8A unit, the step between FLCs is 0.08A.
If you try to set an FLC of 0.43A, the LTM R will round it up to 0.4A.

Example (No Data:


External CTs) z FLCA = 9 A
z Current range max = 27.0 A
z Load CT primary = 1
z Load CT secondary = 1
z Passes = 1
z Contactor rating = 18.0 A

Calculated parameters with 1 pass:


z Load CT ratio = Load CT primary / (Load CT secondary * passes) = 1 / (1 * 1) = 1.0
z Current sensor max = Current range max * Load CT ratio = 27.0 * 1.0 = 27.0 A
z FLCmax = min (Current sensor max, Contactor rating) = min (27.0, 18.0) = 18.0 A
z FLCmin = Current sensor max / 20 = 27.0 / 20 = 1.35 A
z FLC = FLCA / FLCmax = 9.0 / 18.0 = 50%

Calculated parameters with 2 passes:


z Load CT ratio = 1 / (1 * 2) = 0.5
z Current sensor max = 27.0 * 0.5 = 13.5 A
z FLCmax = min (13.5, 18.0) = 13.5 A
z FLCmin = Current sensor max / 20 = 13.5 / 20 = 0.67 A
z FLC = FLCA / FLCmax = 9.0 / 13.5 = 66%

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Diagnostic

LTM R and As the application example uses the LTM R and LTM E, you must check the LEDs
LTM E LEDs on both components:

LEDs Use the 5 LEDs on the face of the LTM R controller to monitor its state, as follows:
LTM R LED Color Describes Indicates
HMI Comm yellow Communication activity between LTM R z Flashing yellow = communication
controller and expansion module z Off = no communication
Power green LTM R controller power or internal fault z Solid green = power on, no internal faults,
condition and motor off
z Flashing green = power on, no internal
faults, and motor on
z Off = power off, or internal faults exist.
Alarm red Protection fault or warning, or internal z Solid red = internal or protection fault
fault condition z Flashing red (2 x per s) = warning
z Flashing red (5 x per s) = load shed or rapid
cycle condition
z Off = no faults, warnings, load shed or rapid
cycle (when power is On)
Fallback red Communication connection between z Solid red = in fallback
LTM R controller and network module z Off = not in fallback (no power)
BF yellow Communication activity on the network z flashing yellow (0.2 s on,1.0 s off) =
bus network bus communication
z Off = no network bus communication

Use the 5 LEDs on the face of the expansion module to monitor its state:
LTM E LED Color Describes Indicates
Power green or Module power or internal fault z Solid green = power on with no internal faults
red condition z Solid red = power on with internal faults
z Off = power off

Digital Inputs I.7, yellow State of input z On = input activated


I.8, I.9 and I.10 z Off = input not activated

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Use with Magelis XBTN410 HMI Device

Connect to HMI The following procedure is fully described in chapter 8.3 of the User’s Manual:.
Step Description
1 Install the Magelis XBT L1000 programming software on your PC.
2 Use it to transfer the 1-to-1 software application to the Magelis XBTN410 HMI.
Name of the application: LTM_1T1_E_(version).dop
3 Follow the instructions in the setup wizard.

Available When connected to TeSys® T with 1- to-1 software application, you have access to:
Functions z Settings (configurable settings, HMI display selections)
z Statistics (history of all measured statistics, motor operation, faults and counters)
z Services (executable operating commands such as self-test, clear statistics,
password)
z Product ID (description of controllers, expansion and network module)
z Motor control, if local HMI selected: select this parameter in PowerSuite™

Settings branch Sub-branch Parameter Setting


Motor settings Local remote transfer mode Local control Local HMI

HMI Interface In a 1-to-1 physical configuration, which is the case with our application example,
the Magelis® XBTN410 HMI looks like this:

M a g e l i s 1

ESC AUX1 AUX2 STOP RESET ENTER

1 LCD display
2 8 button keypad

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The keypad buttons perform the following functions:


Keys Description Comment
z moves down to the next item in: Use these keys to scroll through setting selections:
- a value list z the "=" sign precedes a factory setting or a user-
- the same level of the menu structure selected setting
z press to decrease the selected numerical z the "?" sign precedes available settings.
digit by 1 unit
z moves up to the previous item in:
- a value list
- the same level of the menu structure
z press to increase the selected numerical
digit by 1 unit
z moves up one level in the menu structure You may need to press ESC several times to return to the
z closes the fault display and displays the upper level of a menu.
ESC
scrolling variable list
Note: the ESC key does not save any settings.
z navigate from: Some menus or sub-menus contain only functions and
- a menu ⇒ the sub-menus their settings. Others include functions with many
- a sub-menu ⇒ the functions parameters and their settings.
- a function ⇒ the settings
ENTER z confirm and save the displayed setting When a setting is saved:
z the "?" is replaced by "=" and
z the saved setting is displayed for 2 seconds, then the
display automatically returns to the next highest level

Performs motor control commands, as For example, Run Forward, and Run Slow
configured. Note: Enabled when Control Mode is Local HMI and
AUX1
disabled when Control Mode is Local Terminal Strip or
Remote.
Performs motor control commands, as For example, Run Reverse, and Run Fast
configured. Note: Enabled when Control Mode is Local HMI and
AUX2
disabled when Control Mode is Local Terminal Strip or
Remote.
Stops the motor. Local Stop command.

STOP

Resets the LTM R controller and clears all Local Reset command.
faults that can be reset. Note: Behavior of the Reset key depends on Fault Reset
RESET
Mode configuration.

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Example of an Here is an example of HMI LCD displaying an average current of 0.39 Amp in local
HMI Display control, run mode:

0.39 = Current value


Amp = Amperes
L = Local control
Run = Run motor mode
Current = Current
AVG = Average

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Network Communication on Profibus-DP

Wire the This procedure is shown on the Instruction sheets provided with the LTM R and the
Communication LTM E, and described in chapter 6 of the User’s Manual:
Port

Set the For the application example, set the following parameters:
Parameters
Settings branch Sub-branch Parameter Setting
Device information Network Profibus-DP
Communication Network port Address 4

Network Port Comm Loss parameter is enabled by default. If this is not suitable, you
can disable this parameter.

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Configure Start configuring TeSys®T via SyCon software. Example of a network configuration:
TeSys® T via
SyCon Software Step Action
1 Import your GSD file with File → Copy GSD.
Insert a master:
- click Insert → Master..., or

- select
2 In the Insert Master window, select a master from the Available masters list.
Press the Add>> button and confirm with OK.
3 Select the network speed:
z Select Master → Setting → Speed: 3Mbits/s.

4 Insert a slave:
- click Insert → Slave..., or

- select

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Step Action
5 In the Insert Slave window, select TeSysT from the Available slaves list.
Select Slave1 and double-click to open the Slave Configuration:
z Set Station address (4).
z Change the default Description (MMC_4).
z Select the correct module from the list (MMC L EV40):

Module Inputs Outputs In/Out Identifier


MMC R 6 Byte 6 Byte 6 Byte 0xC4, 0x05,
MMC R EV40 6 Byte 6 Byte 6 Byte 0xC4, 0x05,
MMC L 6 Byte 6 Byte 6 Byte 0xC4, 0x05,
MMC L EV40 6 Byte 6 Byte 6 Byte 0xC4, 0x05,
MMC R PKW 6 Byte 6 Byte 6 Byte 0xC4, 0x05,
0x09, 0x31,
MMC R PKW EV40 6 Byte 6 Byte 6 Byte 0xC4, 0x05,

Press the Add>> button and confirm with OK. The following view appears:

Master1
Station address 1
DP Master TSX PBY 100

MMC_4
Station address 4
DP Slave LTMR - TeSys T Profibus

Save and Export Save and export the configuration before importation into the PLC configuration
the Network (PL7 or Unity Pro).
Configuration
Step Action
1 Select File → Save As to open the Save as window.
2 Choose the Project path and a File name and click Save.
3 Select File → Export → ASCII to export the configuration as an ASCII file.
4 Import the Profibus-DP configuration into the PLC configuration (PL7 or Unity Pro).

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Import the
Network
Note: Unity software version must be 2.3 or higher.
Configuration
into a PLC via
Example of a configuration import via Unity software:
Unity Software
Step Description
1 Declare the Profibus-DP module in the Unity software:
z Right-click on the slot where the module has to be declared and add the module.

0 2 3 4
PSY P57
2600M 354M
A

0 >>

B L
O
O Cut
P
Copy
Paste

New Device...

z Select TSXPBY100 in the Communication family and click OK to confirm.

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Step Description
2 Configure the Profibus-DP module in the Unity software:
z Double-click on the Profibus-DP module to open the communication window.
z Click on Load CNF.
z Select the ASCII bus configuration file:

3 Configure the user options:


z Type of task (Mast or Fast).
z Output status when the task is in stop.
z Total number of %IW/%QW: 32.
z Number of diagnostic bytes: 44 for TeSys®T.

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Step Description
4 Check the configuration:
z Click on the View button to check the parameter of the master.

5 Transfer the configuration to the PLC and run:


z Click OK to close the Check window
z Click Validate to confirm the configuration
z Load the configuration file in the PLC and run it.

6 Communication test:
z Open the debug screen to read and write cycle data.

7 Develop and load the application program, then test it.

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Profibus- Basic setup information using configuration, control and monitoring registers applies
Communication to all applications:
Test

Check the communication LEDs on the


Step 1: LTM R front face End

Step 2: Check the cabling and correct it if necessary

- Check the address via PowerSuite™ or the HMI.


Step 3: - Check the physical combination with the
Profibus-DP network configuration tool.
Correct it if necessary.

Cyclic Data Input data: 10 bytes


Organization
Inputs 0 & 1 Status of the controller (MMS profile)
Inputs 2 & 3 Average current (reg. 466)
Inputs 4 & 5 Input status (reg. 457 LB) Input status (reg. 457 HB)
Inputs 6 & 7 Output status (reg. 458 LB) Output status (reg. 458 HB)
Inputs 8 & 9 Input status (reg. 457 LB) Input status (reg. 456 HB)

Output data: 6 bytes


Outputs 0 & 1 Command register (MMS profile)
Outputs 2 & 3 Analog output (reg. 706 LB) Analog output (reg. 706 HB)
Outputs 4 & 5 Output command (reg. 700 LB) Output command (reg. 700 HB)

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Input Data Cyclic input data:


Position Description
Input 0.0 The main circuit contacts are closed.
Run Reverse
Input 0.1 Indication that the device is in the OFF state.
Off
Input 0.2 The main circuit contacts are closed.
Run Forward
Input 0.3 An overload warning condition exists.
Thermal Overload Warning (461.3)
Input 0.4 Communication status register high byte (456.4)
Lockout Time
Input 0.5 Indication to a remote host controller that the RUN FORWARD, RUN
Auto Mode REVERSE and STOP commands will or will not be accepted.
0 = LOCAL CONTROL
1 = AUTO MODE
Input 0.6 A fault condition exists.
System Fault (455.2)
Input 0.7 A warning condition exists.
System Warning (455.3)
Input 1.4 Ready
System Ready (455.0)
Input 1.5 Motor ramping
Motor Starting (455.15)
Input 1.6 Motor running
Motor Running (455.7)
Input 1.7 Tripped
System tripped (455.4)
Input 2/3 IAV average current (%FLA)
Average Current Ratio (466)
Input 4 Boolean inputs status
Boolean Inputs 9-16 of expansion module high byte
(457.8-15)
Input 5 Boolean inputs status
Boolean Inputs 1-6 of LTM R controller + low byte
inputs 7-8 of expansion module (457.0-7)
Input 6 Boolean outputs status
Reserved high byte
(458.8-9)
(458.10-15 are not significant)

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Position Description
Input 7 Boolean outputs status
Status of boolean outputs 13, 23, 33, and 95 low byte
(458.0-3)
(458.4-7 are not significant)
Input 8 System status register 2
(456.8) Network port comm loss high byte
(456.9) Motor lockout (456.8-15)
(456.10-15) Reserved
Input 9 System status register 2
(456.0) Fault auto reset active low byte
(456.1) Reserved (456.0-7)
(456.2) Fault power cycle requested
(456.3) Motor restart time undefined
(456.4) Rapid cycle lockout
(456.5) Load shedding
(456.6) Motor high speed
(456.7) HMI port comm loss

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Output Data Cyclic output data:


Position Description
Output 0.0 Instructs the starter to energize the motor in the reverse direction.
Run Reverse
Output 0.1 Instructs the device to go to the OFF state.
Off 0 = ENABLE RUN FORWARD/ RUN REVERSE
1 = OFF
Output 0.2 Instructs the starter to energize the motor in the forward direction.
Run Forward
Output 0.3 Control unit command
Test Fault Command Instructs the device to initiate an internal test routine within the device.
(704.5)
Output 0.4 Reset thermal memory
Clear Thermal Capacity Level Instructs the starter to override any fault condition and allows starting.
Command (704.5)
Note: This command inhibits thermal protection. Continued operation with inhibited
thermal protection should be limited to applications where immediate restart is vital.
By setting this bit to 1, the thermal state of the motor is lost: the thermal protection will
no longer protect an already warm motor.
Output 0.5 Instructs the starter not to accept the Run reverse, Run Forward and Off commands
Auto Mode received from the remote host.
0 = LOCAL CONTROL
1 = AUTO MODE
Output 0.6 Trip reset
Fault Reset Command Instructs the starter to reset all resettable trips (one of the preconditions for READY).
(704.3)
Output 1.4 Reserved
Manufacturer Specific 1
Output 1.5 Low speed (704.6)
Motor Low Speed Command
Output 1.6 Reserved
Manufacturer Specific 3
Output 1.7 Reserved
Manufacturer Specific 4
Output 2 Analog output
Additional Output (706.8-15)
Output 3 Analog output
Additional Output (706.0-7)
Output 4 Communication module command register 1
Additional Output high byte
(700.8-15)
Output 5 Communication module command register 1
Additional Output low byte
(700.0-4)
(700.0-5-7: Reserved)

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