Rodzina sterowników Astraada One powstała we współpracy polskiej firmy ASTOR Sp. z o.o. i niemieckiego producenta Berghof Automation GmbH. - PDF

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1 Rodzina sterowników Astraada One powstała we współpracy polskiej firmy ASTOR Sp. z o.o. i niemieckiego producenta Berghof Automation GmbH. Wszelkie prawa do niniejszej instrukcji są własnością firm ASTOR

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1 Rodzina sterowników Astraada One powstała we współpracy polskiej firmy ASTOR Sp. z o.o. i niemieckiego producenta Berghof Automation GmbH. Wszelkie prawa do niniejszej instrukcji są własnością firm ASTOR Sp. z o.o. i Berghof Automation GmbH. (określanych w dalszej części jako ASTOR i Berghof). Wszelkie prawa zastrzeżone. Kopiowanie niniejszej instrukcji lub jej fragmentów bez pisemnej zgody firmy ASTOR jest zakazane. Firma ASTOR zastrzega sobie prawo do dokonywania zmian technicznych bądź modyfikacji zawartości niniejszego dokumentu bez uprzedniego powiadamiania. Wydanie Copyright Berghof Automation GmbH Reproduction and duplication of this document and utilisation and communication of its content is prohibited unless with our express permission. All rights reserved. Infringements will result in compensation for damages. Legal disclaimer The content of this document has been verified for conformity with the hardware and software described therein. It is, however, impossible to rule out all variations. As a result, we cannot be held responsible if the content is not fully compliant. The information given in this document is updated regularly and any corrections will be reflected in future versions. We are always willing to receive suggestions for improvements. Subject to technical modifications. Trademarks CANtrol and CANtrol -dialog are trademarks belonging to Berghof Automation GmbH. Microsoft, Windows and the Windows logo are registered trademarks belonging to the Microsoft Corp. in the USA and in other countries. EtherCAT is a registered trademark and patented technology licensed from Beckhoff Automation GmbH, Germany. CiA and CANopen are community trademarks belonging to the CAN in Automation e. V. The rights of all companies and company names as well as products and product names mentioned in this website, belong to the respective companies. Notes on this handbook This equipment manual contains information which is specific to the product and which is valid at the time of printing. This equipment manual is only complete in conjunction with the product-related hardware and software user manuals required for the individual application. You can reach us at: ASTOR Sp. z o.o. ul. Smoleńsk Kraków Polska T F Contents 1. GENERAL INFORMATION Notes on the handbook Symbols and visual depictions Hazard categories and indications Qualified personnel Duty of care Intended use SAFETY PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ECC22XX Overview Scope of delivery and accessories Product features ASSEMBLY CONNECTION Power supply Earth Data connections Digital outputs (O) Digital inputs (I) Analogue inputs and outputs (AIO) Analogue channel wiring Data from analogue inputs Operating modes for the analogue inputs Data from analogue outputs Operating modes for the analogue outputs Example connections of analogue inputs and outputs Voltage input AI (U) Power input AI (I) Temperature measurement AI (T) Voltage output AO (U) CAN Bus RS 485 / RS RS Ethernet (switch) EtherCAT USB OPERATION Switching on and off Network start-up 6.3. Operation Status displays Location of the operating status LEDs Meaning of the LED displays Start/Stop Real-time clock with buffer battery microsd card Troubleshooting In error stop mode Unknown IP address MAINTENANCE/UPKEEP Maintenance Cleaning DISASSEMBLY DISPOSAL TECHNICAL DATA EC controller Identification plate Identification STANDARDS AND CERTIFICATES Standards UL certificate Declaration of conformity CUSTOMER SERVICES / ADDRESSES Customer services Addresses... Błąd! Nie zdefiniowano zakładki. 13. APPENDIX Table of figures 1. General information This user handbook is intended for use by qualified professionals and contains information on the assembly, installation, start-up and maintenance of the device Notes on the handbook This user handbook is part of the product. It contains information on the following topics: Applications Safety Mechanical design Electrical design Connections Start-up Upkeep and maintenance Decommissioning Disposal Always keep this user handbook available alongside the product Symbols and visual depictions The following symbols and visual depictions will be used in this handbook: Symbol Meaning List entry Individual instruction or list of instructions which can be carried out in any order List of instructions which must be carried out in the order given. Additional product information Design of warnings: WARNING Optional: additional symbols Danger type and source Short description and possible consequences Preventive measures 6 1.3. Hazard categories and indications The following indications are used in the case of warning messages so as to ensure your personal safety and avoid any damage to property. The indications have the following meanings: DANGER Serious injury or death Non-compliance with the safety features will result in death or serious injury. Take preventive measures. WARNING Possible serious injury or death Non-compliance with the safety features may result in death or serious injury. Take preventive measures. CAUTION Possible minor injuries Non-compliance with the safety features may result in minor injuries. Take preventive measures. NOTICE Possible damage to property Non-compliance with the safety features may result in damage to property. Take preventive measures. Further information 1.4. Qualified personnel The installation, start-up and maintenance of the device must be carried out by qualified personnel. For the purposes of this documentation and the safety instructions contained therein, qualified personnel means trained staff with the authorisation to assemble, install, start up, earth and identify devices, systems and electrical circuits in accordance with standards set in safety engineering and who are familiar with safety concepts in automation engineering. 7 1.5. Duty of care The user or processor (OEM) must ensure the following: The device must only be used according to regulations. The device must only be used in good working order. The user handbook must always be kept legible and fully available. Only sufficiently qualified and authorised personnel may carry out the assembly, installation, start-up and maintenance of the device. This authorised personnel must receive regular training on all relevant occupational health and safety and environmental protection issues and must be fully familiar with the content of this user handbook, particularly the sections regarding safety features. Any markings or identification labels and safety and warning signs on the device must not be removed and must be kept legible at all times. The national and international regulations regarding the operating of machinery and facilities where the device is being used must be observed at all times. The user must always be kept abreast of any current relevant information regarding the device and its use or operation Intended use The ECC22XX is a modular automation system for industrial control applications within the medium to high performance range. The automation system is designed for use within overvoltage category I (IEC ) systems for the controlling and regulating of machinery and industrial processes in low-voltage installations in accordance with the following general parameters: maximum rated supply voltage of 1,000 V AC (50/60 Hz) or 1,500 V DC; for use in maximum category 2 pollution environment (EN 60950) for use up to a maximum altitude of 2,000 m for indoor use only. Qualified project planning and design, proper transport, storage, installation, use and careful maintenance are essential to the flawless and safe operation of the automation system. The automation system may only be used within the scope of the data and applications specified in this documentation and associated user manuals. The automation system must only be used: as intended; in a technically perfect condition; without unauthorised modifications; by qualified users. Observe the rules of the employer s liability insurance association, the technical inspectorate, and the VDE (Association of German electricians) or corresponding country regulations. 8 2. Safety Safety-related systems The use of PLC in safety-related systems requires specific measures. Wherever a PLC is to be used in a safetyrelated system, the user must be given comprehensive advice by the PLC manufacturer in addition to information on any available standards or regulations regarding safety installations. Before starting any work on the device, disconnect all inputs, including peripherals. Keep all ventilation holes unobstructed. 9 3. Product description ECC22XX The compact PLC controller ECC22XX is a CODESYS PLC for the controlling and regulating of automatic and industrial processes in low-voltage installations, e.g. for compact machinery or building automation. The programming language CODESYS 3.5 (IEC ) is used for programming the device. The CODESYS SoftMotion packet permits complex multi-axis drive applications. The device can be connected via different interfaces and has additional digital and analogue inputs/outputs Overview Fig. 1: Overview Item Description Item Description X1 Electrical connection (power) X13 EtherCAT X2 Digital outputs X14 USB 2.0 X3 Digital inputs X15 (reserved) X4 Analogue inputs and outputs X16 Debug interface X5 Analogue inputs and outputs X20 Functional earth X6 Analogue inputs and outputs S1 Function key (Reset and Run/Stop) X7 CAN Bus (except ECC2251) S2 Terminal resistance CAN-Bus ON/OFF X8 RS 232 / RS 485 S3 Terminal resistance RS 485 ON/OFF X9 RS 485 S4 Terminal resistance RS 485 ON/OFF X10 Ethernet LED LEDs for power and system status X11 Ethernet µsd microsd card connection (optional) X12 Ethernet 10 3.2. Scope of delivery and accessories Scope of delivery Ethernet Controller ECC22XX Accessories Connector set ECC22XX; order no.: Product features Assembly The device is designed for installation on a DIN rail (35 mm) in a control cabinet in an industrial environment with a category 2 pollution environment. Ethernet The device has two 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet interfaces. TCP/IP and UDP/IP protocols permit flexible connections to visualisation software, higher-level control units and to the IT infrastructure. One Ethernet interface can be equipped with an optional 3-switch (3 ports for the user) connected directly to the CPU. The second Ethernet interface is connected to the controller via a PCIe. Additional protocols are available: PROFINET, BACnet and Modbus. USB Thanks to the USB host interface, a wide range of peripherals can be connected to the device. Examples are a USB stick for updating the application or for downloading data directly. CAN interfaces (except ECC2251) The device has one standard CAN interface which can be used at a speed of up to 1 Mbit/s. Serial interfaces The ECC22XX has up to three potential-free serial interfaces (2x RS485; 1x RS232). Additional interfaces There is also a debugging interface located on the ECC22XX which can be used in conjunction with a special cable to be connected to the jack plug (for additional information, please contact our customer services team). Real-time clock A buffered, maintenance-free real-time clock can be set to the current time via a software interface. microsd card (optional) The ECC22XX has an optional microsd card slot, e.g. for downloading data. µsd cards of up to 32 GB are supported. Visualisation CODESYS target visualisation is included in the scope of delivery. The Berghof Ethernet terminals ET1000 and ET 2000 provide a simple, user-friendly display. The assembly also supports web visualisation. 11 Summary of features CPU Cortex TM-A9 single core (scalable to 800 MHz) user program and data memory (RAM): 256 MB onboard user program memory (Flash): 256 MB onboard / 128 MB user memory Retain memory 100 kb 2 Ethernet 10/100 Base T interfaces (2 nd interface optional as Ethercat via Intel Controller i210) 1 USB host interface V2.0 (type A) 1 CAN interface (except ECC2251) 3 serial interfaces (1x RS 232; 2x RS 485) for communications with other devices and system real-time clock 1 µsd card slot (optional) USB host 2.0 type A 16 digital inputs 16 digital outputs 12 analogue inputs 6 analogue outputs 12 4. Assembly The EC compact devices are designed to be installed on support rails (according to EN 60715:2001, 35 x 7.5 mm). CAUTION Danger of burns! The surface of the device can become hot. Ensure that there is sufficient convectional cooling for heat to dissipate. Ensure that there is also a minimum of 50 mm free space both above and below the device. Fig. 2: assembling the device Requirements: at least 1 cm free space must be left between the device and the adjacent module. 1st 2nd 3rd Insert the device into the support rail according to the image above so that the plastic snap-in hooks between the mounting surface and the rail are pressed in. Push the device at the top in towards the mounting surface. Push the device down so that the profile is aligned with the upper part of the rail mounting. The device should now be fixed in place. 13 5. Connection WARNING Uncontrolled and unpredictable operational sequences! Failure in certain components in electronic control systems may result in uncontrolled and unpredictable operational sequences. All types of failure and the associated fuse systems are to be taken into account at system level. Comply with all automation system manufacturer instructions Power supply The device is powered by an external 24 V DC supply. It is not designed to be connected to the DC mains supply. Before plugging in the device, ensure it meets the specifications for external power supplies (type K according to ). External PLC power supply (24 V DC: L+; L1+; L2+; L3+; L4+) Supply voltage +24 V DC SELV ( 15% / +20%) Alternating current proportion Energy buffering Max. 5% The direct voltage level must not fall below 20.4 V. Power fail 10 ms Internal power supply A power supply for the system electronics for an input voltage of 24 V DC ( 15% / +20%) is integrated into the device. The power supply has integrated protection against reverse polarity and surge current protection (1.2 A). Fuse the supply lines for the IO lines (L1+ to L4+) externally so that the value (approx. 5 A) for the power-limited electrical circuits (150/U) are not exceeded (U = value of the voltage applied). Installation All connections and cables must be laid out so as to prevent inductive and capacitive interference causing any damage to the device. Ensure that the infeed lines provide adequate current and voltage carrying capacity. 14 Connecting the power supply CAUTION Live parts! Before starting any work on the device, disconnect all inputs, including any connected peripherals. Connect the power supply to plug X1 according to the following table. Fig. 3: power supply plug X1 Power supply plug X1 Pin Label Assignment 1 L+ external 24 V DC ( 15% / +20%) power supply (internal PLC) max. 1 A 2 M external GND power supply 3 L1+ Digital output DO1 4 supply, 24 V DC ( 20% / +25%) max. 2 A 1 4 L2+ Digital output DO5 8 supply, 24 V DC ( 20% / +25%) max. 2 A 1 5 L3+ Digital output DO9 12 supply, 24 V DC ( 20% / +25%) max. 2 A 1 6 L4+ Digital output DO13 16 supply, 24 V DC ( 20% / +25%) max. 2 A 1 1 Nominal current 2 A at peak load; in case of overload, up to 3 A might flow. 15 5.2. Earth The functional earth dissipate HF currents and increase the stability of the device. HF faults are transferred internally from the electronic circuit board to the metallic housing which requires a suitable connection to a functional earth (X20). Earthing the ECC22XX Requirements: The support rail has a good conductive contact with the control cabinet. The control cabinet must be earthed correctly. Ensure that the device housing has good conductive contact with the support rail. If specifically required in certain installations, additional PE conductors may be connected to protect all metallic parts from high voltages on the underside of the device (PE connection). The device is now earthed. Where necessary, the device can also be connected directly to the earth. 16 5.3. Data connections X14 USB-Host Accu RTC RS232 X8 RS485 Beeper X9 RS485 X7 CAN CPU RAM Flash Retain X10 Ethernet X11 Ethernet Ethernet Switch FPGA EEPROM X12 Ethernet USB-, SIO-, CAN-, Ethernet-, PCIe-Controller X13 Ethernet Ethernet Controller X3 microsd internal expansion connector X2 debug 16x digital in X1 L1+ L2+ L3+ L4+ inverse-polarity protection 16x digital out L+ M DC DC power management energie reserve ADC DAC 12x analog in 6x analog out X4, X5, X6 Fig. 4: block diagram 17 Digital outputs (O) The digital outputs are positive switching 24 V outputs with an output current of max. 500 ma. They have a common reference potential (GND) with the supply voltage. The supply lines are organised into four groups of four. The following counter pieces have been tested for the SC-SMT 3.81 (Weidmüller) plug-in connector and are approved for use with the ECC22XX: Weidmüller BCZ 3.81/16/180 (F, LH) Weidmüller BCF 3.81/16/180 (F, LH) Phoenix FK-MCP 1.5/16-ST-3.81-LR Fig. 5: digital outputs plug X2 (Weidmüller SC-SMT 3.81/16/180 LF 3.2) Digital outputs plug X2 Pin Label Assignment O 1 O 2 O 3 O 4 O 5 O 6 O 7 O 8 O 9 O 10 O 11 O 12 O 13 O 14 O 15 O V (supply from L1+) +24 V (supply from L2+) +24 V (supply from L3+) +24 V (supply from L4+) The maximum output current is 0.5 A and the output stage is protected against overload. Take possible limitation of the output current when connecting external devices (e.g. increased surge current from lamps) into account. 18 Data from the digital outputs Feature Value Description Output type semiconductor non-storing Protective circuit for inductive loads 41 V terminal voltage (typ.) compared to +24 V fast de-excitation (must be provided externally) Status display yes one orange LED per output Overload protection yes in the case of thermal overload Short circuit protection response threshold yes electronic voltage limitation: typ. 7 A The electricity is limited electronically. Activation of short circuit protection results in thermal overload and tripping of thermal overload protection. Permissible limits based on cold state: max. 10,000 short circuits; overall duration max. 500 hours. Output delay 0 after 1 Output delay 1 after 0 typ. 1 ms typ. 1 ms Output capacity 20 nf Rated voltage +24 V DC Voltage drop (at rated current) Rated current at 1 signal 0.1 V 0.5 A Total current of all outputs Parallel circuit in two outputs max. 2 A per group max. 1 A group: 4 adjacent pins with supply from same source (e.g. pins 1-4, power supply L1+) maximum permissible value with a logical connection to increase performance 19 Digital inputs (I) The digital inputs are type 1 or 3 (IEC ) positive switching inputs. They are designed for nominal input voltages of 24 V. The inputs are transferred internally for process data processing in a cyclical fashion. An open input is interpreted as static 0. The following counterpieces have been tested for the SC-SMT 3.81 (Weidmüller) plug-in connector and are approved for use with the ECC22XX: Weidmüller BCZ 3.81/16/180 (F, LH, LR) Weidmüller BCF 3.81/16/180 (F, LH, LR) Phoenix FK-MCP 1,5/16-ST-3.81-LR Fig. 6: digital inputs plug X3 (Weidmüller SC-SMT 3.81/16/180 LF 3.2) Digital outputs plug X2 Pin Label Assignment 1 I V 2 I V 3 I V 4 I V 5 I V 6 I V 7 I V 8 I V 9 I V 10 I V 11 I V 12 I V 13 I V 14 I V 15 I V 16 I V 20 Data from the digital inputs Feature Value Description Cable length max. 30 m For unshielded connection cables Cables over 30 m in length must be shielded Cable cross-section in control cabinet after voltage drop Only select after voltage drop (there are no further practical restraints). Field wiring according to regulations and standards Comply with all local regulations and the stipulations of EN Rated load voltage 24 V DC (SELV) Protection against reverse polarity yes Potential isolation no Status display yes One orange LED per
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