Configuring the 140 crp 811 00 Profibus dp




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Configuring the 140 CRP 811 00 Profibus DP

Overview



Description

This document describes how to configure the CRP 811 00 Profibus master module using ProWorx NxT software.

In this document

This document contains the following topics:



Topic

See Page

Configuring the 140 CRP 811 00 Profibus DP

2

Profibus Description

3

Configure a Quantum Controller

4

Create an ASAPLANT Folder

5

Configure Profibus

6

Using System Configurator to Configure the Profibus Master (CRP 811 00)

8

Using System Configurator to Configure a Slave

10

Exporting the SYCON Database

13

SPU Configuration

14

Generate Configuration

19

Move Profibus to ProWorx

20


Configuring the 140 CRP 811 00 Profibus DP



Prerequisite Skills

You must be proficient in the following skills:



Additional Resources

The following material is recommended for reference:


  • ProWorx NxT Programming Software Users Guide

  • Profibus Configurator for CRP 811 00 User Guide


Required Components

Hardware

  • CPS Power Supply

  • CPU Quantum Controller

  • CRP 811 00 Profibus Module

  • Associated cables/connectors

  • Any Profibus DP slave

Software

  • ProWorx NxT

  • System Configurator (Sycon)

  • SPU-931 Mapping Software


Profibus Description



Typical Profibus Connection




Description

The CRP 811 00 is a class 1 PROFIBUS DP master that is implemented according to the PROFIBUS specification EN 50 170 and fully compliant with this open standard.
The openness of PROFIBUS DP allows for a heterogeneous network design. The advantage for the user is that he has a free choice on components used within this network. Schneider’s PROFIBUS DP master will establish a communication link to any compliant PROFIBUS DP slave device.
The tools that are currently used to configure PROFIBUS require a certain directory structure. The directories are set up as follows:

:\\

The directories are set up such that the root directory () identifies the site from which you are working at. The subdirectories () are individual PLC’s within that site. You may have multiple PLC’s within a given site, therefore, multiple subdirectories could exist within each root directory.

In this example the site we are working at is called ASAPLANT and the PLC at the site will be labeled Pb_st01. Hence, this can be rewritten as follows:

:\ASAPLANT\Pb-St01
The terms used are provided only as an example. You may use any terms you wish when creating and labeling folders.



Configure a Quantum Controller



Objective

The following procedure explains how to configure the I/O map of a Quantum controller with ProWorX NxT.

Note: Refer to ProWorx NxT Programming Software User Guide for explicit instructions.




Procedure

To create a new project in ProWorx NxT, perform the following actions:




Step

Action

1

Launch ProWorx NxT.

2

Create a new project

3

Configure the Configuration Extension to at least 1K (1024 bytes).

4

Select Configuration from the title bar, then select Traffic Cop (or use the icon on the toolbar).

5

Configure your module in Traffic Cop.

6

Exit from ProWorx NxT.




This completes creation of a new database in ProWorx NxT. The next step is to create the ASAPLANT folder with the Windows-Explorer.


Create an ASAPLANT Folder



Objective

In this step you will create an ASAPLANT folder in Windows Explorer from which to export and import the database.


Procedure




Follow the steps in the table below to create a folder.




Step

Action

1

Open Windows Explorer

2

Select a drive. For example select the D-Drive

3

Create an ASAPLANT folder.




4

Create a second folder in ASAPLANT. Note This is your .



5

Exit from Windows Explorer.




At the completion of this task you now have a folder from which to export and import the database. Your next step is to configure Profibus.


Note

The folder name ASAPLANT is an example only. You are free to use any folder name as long as the directory name does not exceed 8 characters.


Configure Profibus



Objective

In this step you will export ProWorx database to the hard drive.


Procedure

To export the database, perform the steps listed below.




Step

Action

1

From the Start menu select Programs in Windows, then select ProWorx>Profibus

2

At the Profibus Utility screen perform the following actions:

  • Click Browse and locate the file you created in ProWorx NxT.

  • At Drive enter the containing the folder ASAPLANT.

  • At Plant Directory select ASAPLANT.

  • At Station Directory select . (This is the folder you created in ASAPLANT).

  • Select the Create a Profibus Station for use with SPU software button.

  • Click Start.




Continued on next page

Configure Profibus, Continued



Configure Profibus (continued)




Step

Action

3

The ProWorx database is now converted to a different format and stored under :\ASAPLANT\station name>.




4

Click Yes at the prompt. Done appears in the Status window of the Profibus Utility screen.

5

Click Close and exit from Profibus.




This completes the configuration for Profibus. At the conclusion of this step the ProWorx NxT database should be in your hard drive.


Using System Configurator (Sycon) to Configure the PROFIBUS Master (CRP 811 00)



Objective

The System Configurator (Sycon) for PROFIBUS allows the configuration of a PROFIBUS network. The first step explains the PROFIBUS master configuration.


Procedure

To configure the PROFIBUS master controller, follow the steps in the table below.




Step

Action

1

From the Start menu, select Programs in Windows. Select Sycon System Configuration->Sycon.

2

From the title bar select File->New.

3

Select Insert->Master. The cursor changes to a large M. Click the M inside the box and a new screen appears.



4

At the Insert Master pop-up screen perform the following actions:

  • Highlight the 140 CRP 811 00 in the Available Masters window.

  • Click Add>>.

  • The 140 CRP 811 00 now appears in the Select Masters window. Note: the default station address is 1. You may change that.




Continued on next page

Using System Configurator (Sycon) to Configure the PROFIBUS Master (CRP 811 00), Continued



Procedure (continued)










5

Click OK and this screen appears.





This completes configuration of the master controller.


Using System Configurator (Sycon) to Configure a Slave



Objective

The System Configurator (Sycon) for PROFIBUS allows the configuration of a PROFIBUS network. The second step explains the PROFIBUS slave configuration.





Procedure

To configure the slave controller, follow the steps in the table below.




Step

Action

1

Click on the white space below the Master prompt

2

Select Insert->Slave from the menu bar. The cursor changes to a large S. Click the S inside the box and a new screen appears.



3

At the Insert Slave pop-up screen perform the following actions:

  • Highlight the module you wish to communicate with in the Available Slaves window.

  • Click Add>>.

  • Your module now appears in the Select Slaves window.

  • Enter the Station address numeral.

  • Click OK.




Continued on next page

Using System Configurator (Sycon) to Configure a Slave, Continued



Configure Slave (continued)




Step

Action

4

Repeat this action for each slave in your configuration.

5

For each modular PROFIBUS slave double click the slave icon S on the main screen and the Slave Configuration window appears.



6

At the Slave Configuration window perform the following:

  • Locate your module in the Module window.

  • Double click on necessary modules. The selection appears in the table below.





7

Click OK.




You must repeat steps 5, 6 and 7 for every modular slave in your configuration. For further information on modular vs. non-modular slaves please refer to the SyCon documentation.


Continued on next page

Using System Configurator (Sycon) to Configure a Slave, Continued



Configure Slave (continued)




Step

Action

8

After configuring all slaves, perform the following:

  • Highlight the master module on the main screen.

  • At File select Save As.

  • Provide a title in the File Name (limited to 8 characters) window.

  • Click Save and note your title now appears next to the Sycon icon in the top left of your window. Refer to the Sycon documentation for specific instructions.






This completes configuration of the slave module(s). Your next task is to export the configured master and slaves to the hard drive. In this case, we have named our project “slaves” (in the File Name window) and will be exporting it to the Pb-St01 folder created in the ASAPLANT folder in the D-drive.


Exporting the Sycon Database



Objective

In this step you will export the configured master and slaves to the hard drive


Procedure

To export the database, perform the steps in the table below:




Step

Action

1

At the title bar select File, then Export->ASCII.

2

Export to :\ASAPLANT\.



3

Click Save and exit from Sycon System Configurator.




This completes use of System Configurator. Your next step is to map Profibus I/O to the PLC State RAM.


SPU Configuration



Objective

The SPU software maps Profibus to the State RAM of the Quantum controller.


Procedure

Use this procedure to import the Sycon file.




Step

Action

1

From the Start menu, select Programs->SPU 931.

2

Note: For the first time you use ASAPLANT select New Plant. For subsequent uses, select Open Plant.

Perform the following:



  • At File, select Open Plant

  • Highlight ASAPLANT. Note: Ensure you are in the correct drive when selecting the ASAPLANT folder.

  • Click OK.




3

At File, select Import ->Bus Project Softing.




Continued on next page

SPU Configuration, Continued


Import Bus Softing







Step

Action







4

At Import Softing Bus Project screen, perform the following:

  • Highlight your project in the Bus Project window.

  • Click on Import.

  • Click OK at Import Finished.







Continued on next page

SPU Configuration, Continued


Edit Option Board







5

Click Edit on the title bar. At Edit Option Board pop-up screen perform the following:

  • Highlight your project in the Station window.

  • Click Select.









6

At Select Option Board, click on your project under Bus Project window and DP Master under Symbolic Name. Click OK.







Continued on next page

SPU Configuration, Continued



Edit Option Board (continued)




Step

Action







7

At the Edit Option Board highlight your Bus Project and click Edit.







Note

The select step is associating the PROFIBUS configuration created with the SyCon tool with a CRP811 of the current backplane. This association process must be performed only once. To undo this link between the PROFIBUS configuration file and the CRP811 press the “Disconnect” button.


Continued on next page

SPU Configuration, Continued


Export Mode Off







Step

Action

8

At the Export Mode Off screen click on the tabs Preset, Save and Exit.


9

Close out of Edit Option Board.



Note:

If bool appears (is selected) under the Type box the SPU931 is mapping the inputs and outputs to 1x and 0x registers respectively:

Example:


1x00001-1x00017 bits input

0x00001-0x00017 bits output


If Int appears (is selected) under the Type box the SPU931 is mapping the inputs and outputs to 3x and 4x registers respectively:

Example:


3x00001- 3x00001 1 word input

4x00001- 4x00001 1 word output


The mandatory PROFIBUS diagnostic registers are always 3xyyyyy registers.




Generate Configuration



Objective

In this step the SPU 931 software combines the exported ProWorx Nxt database, the exported Sycon file and the mapping information you’ve just created. The information is deposited back into the ProWorx NxT file.


Procedure

Use this table below to generate your project.




Step

Action

1

At the title bar click Generate.

2

At the Generate Config-Table screen :

  • Ensure your appears in the Select Station window.

  • Click Generate.

  • Click OK at Generation Finished prompt.



3

Click Close and exit from SPU 931.
Note

On any error refer to the journal file (A2B. PRT) created by the SPU 931 tool.




This completes mapping to the State RAM of the Quantum controller.



Move Profibus to ProWorx



Objective

In the last step you will import the Profibus configuration and the I/O mapping information to the ProWorx database.


Procedure

To move Profibus to ProWorx, perform the steps listed below.




Step

Action

1

From the Start menu select Programs in Windows, then select ProWorx>Profibus

2

At the Profibus Utility screen perform the following actions:

  • Click Browse and locate the file you created in ProWorx NxT.

  • At Drive enter the containing the folder ASAPLANT.

  • At Plant Directory select ASAPLANT.

  • At Station Directory select . ( This is the folder you created in ASAPLANT).

  • Select the Move Profibus configuration to ProWorx database button.

  • Click Start.





3

Click Close and exit from Profibus.

4

Open ProWorX NxT to write your application.




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