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Table of content 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. About DH+ communication Physical DH+ Network Communication modules and adapters Pro-face Panel installation GP-Pro PBIII Configuration Addressing DH+ registers in GP-Pro PBIII Software Restrictions Module faults and Error Codes Supported Devices Decimal to Octal conversion chart Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 4 Page 5 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8

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10/31/2006

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About DH+ communication DH+ is a token ring network for Local Area Network applications. A token is passed between nodes in order of node number. While a specific node holds the token it is the master on the link and is the only station allowed to transmit data. After the token holding station sends all of its messages (or when the time it holds the token expires) it will pass the token to the next highest node until the last node is reached, this node will release the token to the lowest node number on the system. Up to 64 node numbers can be configured on a DH+ link, Pro-face panels with the QPI-ABD-201 or QPJABD-201 module can address up to 63 nodes. Note that Allan Bradley recommends 15 or fewer nodes per link. A DH+ network can consist of up to 99 links. The physical network may be laid out as a Daisy Chain or with Trunk and Drop lines. Both ends of the Daisy Chain or both ends of the Trunk line need to be terminated.

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Physical DH+ Network The maximum length of the physical network depends on the baud rate chosen. The higher the baud rate the shorter the maximum overall network and individual cable runs can be. Different baud rates require different rating terminating resistors. Maximum Cable Length Note that there are restrictions on the maximum cable length between stations, refer to your controller documentation for more information Baud rate 57.6 kbps 115.2 kbps 230.4 kbps Maximum cable length 10,000 ft (3,048 m) 5,000 ft (1,524 m) 2,500 ft (762 m)

Termination Both ends of a Trunk line or the first and last station on a Daisy chained network need to be terminated. Note that your controller may have a built-in terminating resistor, check you controller documentation. If a Pro-face panel is the first or last station on the network use the table to the right. Baud rate 57.6 kbps 115.2 kbps 230.4 kbps Resistor 150 150 82

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QPI-ABD-201 / QPJ-ABD-201 Communication Modules and Adapters

QPI-ABD-201

QPJ-ABD-201

PSL-CONV00 Supported Pro-face panels

PSM-CONV00

Panel Series Communication Module Adapter Required GP377R QPJ-ABD-201 None GP477R QPI-ABD-201 GP577R GP2300 / 2301 GLC2300 QPJ-ABD-201 PSM-CONV00 GP2400 / 2401 GLC2400 GP2500 / 2501 * GLC2500 * QPI-ABD-201 PSL-CONV00 GP2600 / 2601 GLC2600 * QPJ-ABD-201 + PSM-CONV00 combination may be used with GP2500/2501 and GLC2500

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Pro-face panel installation Make sure to properly ground the Pro-face panel, not grounding the panel may result in excessive noise. Refer to the Pro-face panel Installation Manual for proper grounding procedure.

GP-Pro PBIII Configuration Before starting a new GP-Pro project ensure that the latest version of the software in installed on your PC. Start GP-Pro PBIII and in the Project Manager go to Help > About. Your "GP-Pro PBIII for Windows" version should be 6.30 or 7.xx. For a free download of the latest service packs go to www.pro-face.com/otasuke The Allan Bradley DH+ driver included with GP-Pro PBIII v6.30 or later is v3.41. After downloading to the Proface panel the downloaded driver version can verified on the initial screen in the GP offline menu. Project Setup 1) After selecting your Pro-face panel model and the "Rockwell (Allen-Bradley)", "AB Data Highway Plus" driver go to GP Setup 2) On the "Mode Settings" tab click the "Option" button. For "Source ID" enter DH+ node address for the Pro-face panel, note that this address must be entered as a decimal value. For "Destination ID" enter the PLC that this panel is connected to, if you are addressing multiple PLC's in this project a valid PLC node address must still be entered. Note that this address must be entered as a decimal value. Select the Baud Rate consistent with the DH+ network. Click OK to exit this window 3) On the "Extended Settings" tab click the "System Area" button Deselect (uncheck) all 10 checked items so that "Total No. of Words" reads 0 Click OK to exit this window 4) On the "Communication Settings" tab click the "Advanced..." button For "Send Wait" enter 60 (msec) this will ease traffic on the DH+ network Click OK to exit this window

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Guide to Data Highway + networks using GP-Pro PBIII C-Package 03 AN#: Author 1136 Date: 10/31/2006 Rev.: A

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Addressing PLC registers in GP-Pro PBIII Use the "Calculator" icon (Fig. ) in any part or tag object to display the Device Address Entry window. To enter a PLC register select the File Type, File Number, Element and if applicable the Sub-Element. For registers on the PLC with the same node that was entered in GP Setup > Mode Settings > Option > "Destination ID" the "Use Node Address" option can be turned off. If multiple PLC node numbers are addressed in the project "Use Node Address" can be set to the same address as that used in the "Destination ID" setup for consistency. Note that the node number entered in GP Setup > Mode Settings > Option > "Destination ID" is a decimal value. The Node entered in the Device Address Entry window is an octal number. Example: Assuming "Destination ID" = 10 (12 octal) 1. To access register N7:0 on the PLC entered as Destination ID deselect "Use Node Address". The address is displayed as N7:0 2. "Use Node Address" can be enabled (even if this points to the PLC setup as Destination ID) The address is displayed as N7:0_12 3. To access N7:0 on a PLC other than the Destination ID select "Use Node Address" The address is displayed as for example N7:0_17

Software Restrictions 1) Pro-Server cannot access DH+ registers, it can access the Pro-face panels LS Memory. To access DH+ device values in Pro-Server setup a cyclic move from DH+ device to LS Memory using (Global) D-Script. 2) E-Tag and K-Tag Indirect Addressing cannot be used; direct addressing can still be used for data display and or input using either Tag. 3) Memory Copy and Offset Addresses cannot be used in (Global) D-Script 4) Filing Data (Recipes) cannot be used to write data directly to the PLC. To use recipes send the data to consecutive LS registers first and write the data to the PLC using a D-Script. 5) Data Logging cannot be used to log data directly from the PLC, D-Script could be used to store PLC data in LS registers and log the LS register contents. 6) Trend Graph cannot read PLC data directly, use D-Script to store PLC data in LS registers and have the Trend Graph display the contents of those LS registers. 7) S-Tag "Read out after trigger" function cannot be used. 8) H-Tag "Read out after trigger" function cannot be used. 9) The Read Area cannot be used 10) Source and Destination ID's cannot be entered in the GP Offline menu, these settings need to be made in the GP-Pro PBIII software and must be downloaded to the panel.

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Troubleshooting Module Diagnostics (QPx-ABD-201) LED State TX (green) Blinking / ON RX (green) Blinking / ON Red on Solid TX or RX Blinking FLT (red) Red Blinking TX and RX Blinking / ON

Description Transmitting to data link Activity on the data link Incorrect Network Configuration Check wiring, Configuration, Baud rate Bad Messages on the data link Station powered off, Incorrect Station Addresses, Network not terminated

On Screen Error Codes Error Description 02:C0 QPx-ABD-201 Fatal Error, Wrong or Missing Module Make sure QPI-ABD-201 or QPJ-ABD-201 is properly connected Possible module defect, use different module to check for hardware failure 02:C2 QPx-ABD-201 Error, Invalid Configuration Make sure the Rockwell (Allen-Bradley), AB Data Highway Plus driver is selected Possible module defect, use different module to check for hardware failure 02:C1, C3 ~ C7 QPx-ABD-201 Error Possible module defect, use different module to check for hardware failure 02:C8 QPx-ABD-201 Error, Pass through error Network cable not properly terminated Wires crossed in network Baud rate mismatch 02:C9 QPx-ABD-201 Error, Invalid Command Possible module defect, use different module to check for hardware failure 02:CA QPx-ABD-201 Error (undefined) Possible module defect, use different module to check for hardware failure 02:CB Communication Error, General Note: other errors (like network or hardware problems) may cause this error Check the physical network, crossed wires, proper termination, baud rate Check network configuration for duplicate station addresses Make sure all PLC's are online Make sure all addresses used in the project exist on the PLC(s) 02:CD / CE Communication Error, Invalid Tags in Project Make sure all addresses used in the project exist in the PLC(s) 02:CF Communication Error, Timeout See errors 02:FE and 02:FF 02:FB Communication Error, Invalid Tags in Project Make sure all addresses used in the project exist in the PLC(s) Note: this error may be caused by other errors (like 02:C8) 02:FC Protocol Error, Incorrect Communication settings Check Baud rate 02:FD Data Error, Incorrect Communication settings Check Baud rate 02:FE Communication Error, RX Timeout Incorrect wiring, Cable disconnected, Improper termination 02:FF Communication Error, TX Timeout Incorrect wiring, Cable disconnected, Improper termination

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Guide to Data Highway + networks using GP-Pro PBIII C-Package 03 AN#: Author 1136 Date: 10/31/2006 Rev.: A

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Supported Devices

The Supported Devices section shows a complete list of the address types and the allowed range for PLC5 and SLC500 PLC's that can be used in GP-Pro PBIII

SLC500 Device Status Bit Timer

Counter

Control Integer PLC5 Device Output Input Status Bit Timer

Bit Address S2:0/0 ~S2:15/15 S2:0/0 ~ S2:32/15 S2:0/0 ~ S2:83/15 B3:0/0 ~ B3:255/15 T4:0.sub ~ T4:255.sub T10:0.sub ~ T255:255.sub sub = TT/DN/EN C5:0.sub ~ C5:255.sub C10:0.sub ~ C255:255.sub sub = CU/CD/DN/OV/UN/UA R6:0.sub ~ R6:255.sub R10:0.sub ~ R255.255.sub sub = DN/EN/ER/UL/IN/FD N7:0/0 ~ N7:255/15 N10:0/0 ~ N255:255/15

Word Address S2:0 ~S2:15 S2:0 ~ S2:32 S2:0 ~ S2:83 B3:0 ~ B3:255 T4:0.sub ~ T4:255.sub T10:0.sub ~ T255:255.sub sub = ACC/PRE C5:0.sub ~ C5:255.sub C10:0.sub ~ C255:255.sub sub = ACC/PRE R6:0.sub ~ R6:255.sub R10:0.sub ~ R255:255.sub sub = LEN/POS N7:0 ~ N7:255 N10:0 ~ N255:255

Notes *1, *2 *2 *2

Byte Order

L/H *2

*2 *2

Counter

Control Integer Floating Point ASCII

Bit Address O:0/0 ~ O:37.17 I:0/0 ~ I:37.17 S2:0/0 ~S2:15/15 B3:0/0 ~ B3:999/15 T4:0.sub ~ T4:999.sub T8:0.sub ~ T999:999.sub sub = TT/DN/EN C5:0.sub ~ C5:999.sub C8:0.sub ~ C999.999.sub sub = CU/CD/DN/OV/UN/UA R6:0.sub ~ R6:999.sub R8:0.sub ~ R999.999.sub sub = DN/EN/ER/UL/IN/FD N7:0/0 ~ N7:999/15 N8:0/0 ~ N999:999/15 n/a n/a

Word Address n/a n/a S2:0 ~S2:15 B3:0 ~ B3:999 T4:0.sub ~ T4:999.sub T8:0.sub ~ T999:999.sub sub = ACC/PRE C5:0.sub ~ C5:999.sub C8:0.sub ~ C999:999.sub sub = ACC/PRE R6:0.sub ~ R6:999.sub R8:0.sub ~ R999.999.sub sub = LEN/POS N7:0 ~ N7:999 N8:0 ~ N999:999 F8:0 ~ F999:999 A12:0 ~ A999:999

Notes *3 *3 *2 *2 *2

Byte Order

*2

L/H

*2 *2 H/L

*1 Range depends on the SLC model used *2 Decimal bit addressing (0-15) *3 Octal bit addressing (0-17) Note that not all PLC's support the entire range of addresses as listed above

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Decimal / Octal conversion chart

Dec 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Oct 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Dec 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Oct 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Dec 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Oct 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Dec 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Oct 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Dec 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Oct 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

Dec 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

Oct 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

Dec 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

Oct 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67

Dec 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63

Oct 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77

Rockwell®, Allen-Bradley®, SLCTM500, PLC-5®, Data Highway PlusTM and DH+TM are registered trademarks of Rockwell Automation.

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