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NOTE

Parameter input with DriveMonitor

Please refer to the online help for detailed information on DriveMonitor ( button or F1 key).

8.4.1

8.4.1.1

Installation and connection

Installation A DVD is included with the devices of the MASTERDRIVES Series when they are delivered. The operating tool supplied on the DVD (DriveMonitor) is automatically installed from this DVD. If "automatic notification on change" is activated for the DVD drive on the PC, user guidance starts when you insert the DVD and takes you through installation of DriveMonitor. If this is not the case, start file "Autoplay.exe" in the root directory of the DVD.

8.4.1.2

Connection There are two ways of connecting a PC to a device of the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES Series via the USS interface. The devices of the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES Series have both an RS232 and an RS485 interface. The serial interface that PCs are equipped with by default functions as an RS232 interface. This interface is not suitable for bus operation and is therefore only intended for operation of a SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES device.

X300: 1 n.c. (not connected) (Compact PLUS: RS232 Id) 2 RxD (RS232) 3 Rx+/Tx+ (RS485) 4 5 Ground 6 +5V (OP1S) 7 TxD (RS232) 8 Rx-/Tx- (RS485) 9 Ground

RS232 interface

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5 4 3 2 1

5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6

To PC COMx socket

Device side -X300 (compact PLUS -X103) 9-pin SUB-D connector

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Connecting cable for connecting PC COM(1-4) to SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES X300

NOTICE

DriveMonitor must not be operated via the Sub-D socket X300 if the SST1 interface parallel to it is already being used for another purpose, e.g. bus operation with SIMATIC as the master.

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RS485 interface

The RS485 interface is multi-point capable and therefore suitable for bus operation. You can use it to connect 31 SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES with a PC. On the PC, either an integrated RS485 interface or an RS232 RS485 interface converter is necessary. On the device, an RS485 interface is integrated into the -X103 connection. For the cable: see pin assignment -X300 and device documentation of the interface converter.

8.4.2

8.4.2.1

Establishing the connection between DriveMonitor and the device

Setting the USS interface You can configure the interface with menu Tools ONLINE Settings.

Fig. 8-6

Online settings

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The following settings (Fig. 8-7) are possible: Tab card "Bus Type", options USS (operation via serial interface) Profibus DP (only if DriveMonitor is operated under Drive ES). Tab card "Interface" You can enter the required COM interface of the PC (COM1 to COM4) and the required baudrate here. NOTE Set the baudrate to the baudrate parameterized in SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES (P701) (factory setting 9600 baud). Further settings: operating mode of the bus in RS485 operation; setting according to the description of the interface converter RS232/RS485 Tab card "Extended" Request retries and Response timeout; here you can increase the values already set if communication errors occur frequently.

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Interface configuration

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8.4.2.2

Starting the USS bus scan DriveMonitor starts with an empty drive window. Via the menu "Set up an ONLINE connection..." the USS bus can be scanned for connected devices:

Fig. 8-8

Starting the USS bus scan

NOTE

The "Set up an online connection" menu is only valid from Version 5.2 onwards.

Fig. 8-9

Search for online drives

During the search the USS bus is scanned with the set baudrate only. ONLINE Settings", see The baud rate can be changed via "Tools section 8.4.2.1.

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Creating a parameter set With menu File New ... you can create a new drive for parameterization (see Fig. 8-10). The system creates a download file (*.dnl), in which the drive characteristic data (type, device version) are stored. You can create the download file on the basis of an empty parameter set or the factory setting.

Fig. 8-10

Creating a new drive

Based on factory setting: The parameter list is preassigned with the factory setting values Empty parameter set: For compilation of individually used parameters If the parameters of a parameter set that has already been created have to be changed, this can be done by calling the corresponding download file via the "File Open" menu function. The last four drives can be opened via "Parameter sets last dealt with". When you create a new drive, the window "Drive Properties" (Fig. 8-11) opens. Here you must enter the following data: In dropdown list box "Device type", select the type of device (e.g. MASTERDRIVES MC). You can only select the devices stored. In dropdown list box "Device version", you can select the software version of the device. You can generate databases for (new) software versions that are not listed when you start online parameterization. You must only specify the bus address of the drive during online operation (switchover with button Online/Offline)

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The specified bus address must be the same as that of the parameterized SST bus address in SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES (P700). No bus address is assigned to the drive with the button "Disconnect network connection".

NOTE

Field "Number of PCD" has no special significance for the parameterization of MASTERDRIVES and should be left at "2". If the value is changed, it must be/remain ensured that the setting value in the program matches the value in parameter P703 of the drive at all times.

Fig. 8-11

Create file; Drive properties

After confirming the drive properties with ok you have to enter the name and storage location of the download file to be created.

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8.4.3

8.4.3.1

Parameterization

Structure of the parameter lists, parameterization with DriveMonitor Parameterization using the parameter list is basically the same as parameterization using PMU (See Chapter 6 "Parameterizating Steps"). The parameter list provides the following advantages: Simultaneous visibility of a larger number of parameters Text display for parameter names, index number, index text, parameter value, binectors, and connectors On a change of parameters: Display of parameter limits or possible parameter values The parameter list has the following structure:

Field No. 1 2 3

Field Name P. Nr Name Ind

Function Here the parameter number is displayed. You can only change the field in menu Free parameterization. Display of the parameter name, in accordance with the parameter list Display of the parameter index for indexed parameters. To see more than index 1, click on the [+] sign. The display is then expanded and all indices of the parameter are displayed Meaning of the index of the parameter Display of the current parameter value. You can change this by doubleclicking on it or selecting and pressing Enter. Physical dimension of the parameter, if there is one

4 5 6

Index text Parameter value Dim

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With buttons Offline, Online (RAM), Online (EEPROM) (Fig. 8-12 [1]) you can switch modes. When you switch to online mode, device identification is performed. If the configured device and the real device do not match (device type, software version), an alarm appears. If an unknown software version is recognized, the option of creating the database is offered. (This process takes several minutes.)

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Fig. 8-12

Drive window/parameter list

The DriveMonitor drive window has a directory tree for navigation purposes (Fig. 8-12 [2]). You can deselect this additional operating tool in menu View - Parameter selection.

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The drive window contains all elements required for the parameterization and operation of the connected device. In the lower bar, the status of the connection with the device is displayed: Connection and device ok Connection ok, device in fault state Connection ok, device in alarm state Device is parameterized offline No connection with the device can be established (only offline parameterization possible).

NOTE

If no connection with the device can be established because the device does not physically exist or is not connected, you can perform offline parameterization. To do so, you have to change to offline mode. In that way, you can create an individually adapted download file, which you can load into the device later.

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Drive Navigator

This is used to quickly access important functions of the DriveMonitor. Settings for Drive Navigator under Tools -> Options (Fig. 8-14):

Fig. 8-13

Drive Navigator

Fig. 8-14

Options menu display

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Toolbar of the Drive Navigator

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Assisted commissioning

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Direct to parameter list

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General diagnostics

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Save drive parameters to a file

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Download parameter file to drive

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Load standard application

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Assisted F01 technology COMM

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Basic positioner operating screens

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8.4.3.2

General diagnostics Via the Diagnostics General diagnostics menu the following window opens. This window gives a general overview of the active warnings and faults and their history. Both the warning and the fault number as well as plain text are displayed.

Fig. 8-15

General diagnostics

Via the Extended Diagnostics button you can reach the next diagnostics window.

Fig. 8-16

Extended diagnostics

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USING DRIVE MONITOR CONTROL PANEL

Drive Monitor Control Panel is an on line feature that allows for the operation of the drive. This functionality is very useful during commissioning to make sure the drive and motor are working properly. Below are the steps on how to use this feature. This document assumes the reader knows how to connect and go on line with the Siemens MasterDrive AC drive. Once you are online with the drive, your computer screen should look similar to the picture below. Note the black triangle in the bottom right of the screen. This icon is not present when the computer is in the offline mode. Clicking on this black triangle will bring up the Control Panel window.

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Once you click on the black triangle, your screen should look similar to the picture below

In order to enable the Control Panel, you must click on the Request master control button. This action will generate a pop-up window as shown below.

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Just click on the OK button to enable the Control Panel feature. The bottom portion of your screen should now resemble the picture below. The yellow background on the Relinquish master control button lets you know that the Drive Monitor Control Panel now has control of the drive and motor.

Initially, no boxes are checked, so you will need to click on the white square beside Input bits 1 to 6. Hopefully all the squares on the far left should turn green except for ON/OFF1. If the OFF2 square is still gray, make sure the Safe Off input to the drive has been satisfied. This is usually done as long as the emergency stop circuit is complete. If the e-stop circuit is not completed, you may need to jumper the Safe Off input to the drive. If the Safe Off input is true and OFF2 is still not green, you should click on the white square beside Activate terminal control. This will cause the DI1 to DI6 icons to appear. Click on the square beside DI5 to turn it green. At this time, you should see all the squares at the far left green except for ON/OFF1. You should also see the start button immediately below the Relinquish master control button turn green. This notifies you that the drive is ready to run. All that is required is a speed setpoint and a click on the green start button. Enter some non zero value in the speed setpoint field. Click on the start button and the motor should begin to rotate if all wiring is done properly. When you wish to stop the motor, you can either press the space bar on your laptop or click on the red stop button beside the start button. When you wish to stop using the control panel all together, click on the Relinquish master control button and click OK to the pop up window. To make the control panel sub window disappear, click on the black triangle icon in the bottom right.

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USING DRIVE MONITOR WITH A MC DRIVE

After you have loaded Drive Monitor V5.4 on your laptop, connect the Drive Monitor communication cable, Siemens part # 9AK1012-1AA00, between the COM1 port on your laptop and the 9-pin D-sub port on underneath the LED display on the 6SE70 Drive. Make sure the toggle switch on the connector at the drive is set to the OFF position. Once you double-click on the Drive Monitor icon, you should see a screen similar to the one shown below. Click on the far left icon to open a new parameter set with factory default settings.

The Drive Properties pop-up window will appear. Make sure the Unit type field is set on MASTERDRIVES MC. Selecting the proper Unit version is very important. If the drive you are connecting to has a part number that ends in 70 (i.e. 6SE7031-8EF70), then Unit version should be set to 02.4. If the drive you are connecting to has a part number that ends in 50 (i.e. 6SE70321EG50), then the Unit version should be set to 01.6. All other fields should be as shown.

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Once you click on the OK button from the Drive Properties pop-up, you should see a screen like the one shown below. This is the Drive Monitor home screen. You should familiarize yourself with a few of the icon buttons across the top of this screen.

GOING ON LINE WITH THE DRIVE

There are two ways to go online with the drive, RAM and EEPROM. It is best to forget about RAM mode and always go online with the EEPROM. Changes made while online with RAM are not power safe. Changes made while online with EEPROM will retain their value after a power cycle.

The left most icon shown above signifies the drive is offline when the icon symbol is depressed. The next icon to the right is the RAM online icon. The next icon to the right is the EEPROM online icon. If the Drive Monitor communication cable is properly connected (and the switch on the cable is set to OFF), then the computer should go online when you click on the EEPROM online icon. You can tell if you are online with the drive by looking at the Device Statue icon at the bottom center of the screen. If the window has NC, then no connection has been made. If the window is green or yellow, you are online with the drive.

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WHAT IF I CANNOT ESTABLISH COMMUNICATION WITH THE DRIVE?

If you cannot establish communication with the drive, you will need to use the drive's keypad (also known as the PMU) to verify two parameters. Using the P button and UP and DOWN arrow keys, verify the setting of parameter P700.001. Press P once and use the UP arrow to scroll until P700 is displayed on the PMU. Press P once to show .001 and press it again to show the value of P700.001. This value should be 0, denoting a node address of 0 for the RS232 communication network between the laptop and the drive. Press P again and P700 should appear again. Now press the UP arrow to get P701 to appear. Press P again and .001 will appear. Press P once more and see if 6 appears. P701 is the parameter that determines the baud rate of the communication. P701=6 signifies 9600kB, 7=19200kB, 8=38400kB. The Drive Monitor software defaults to 9600kB. It is possible to communicate at the higher rates, but you must make sure that the settings in the drive match the settings in the Drive Monitor software. If you want to change the communication settings for the Drive Monitor program, select Tools / ONLINE Settings from the pull down menu at the top. NOTE: Any changes to communication settings within Drive Monitor do not take effect until the program is shut down and restarted. Changes to parameters in the drive (i.e. P700 or P701) take affect immediately without restarting the program.

I'M ONLINE WITH THE DRIVE, NOW WHAT?

The most common tasks done in the online mode are - viewing parameters - up reading parameters to a file - down loading parameters from a file - tracing signals and saving it to a file

VIEWING PARAMETERS

It is often necessary to examine the values of parameters, binectors or connectors within the drive. Parameters are set to default values until they are overwritten by downloading a drive file. Examples of this are P700.001 or r168. Parameters starting with upper-case letters (P or U) can be changed with the Drive Monitor software. Parameters starting wth lower-case letters (r or n) are read only parameters and cannot be changed. Binectors are internal bits within the drive that can either be logical 0 or 1. Examples are B0104 or B3600. Connectors are internal registers within the drive that can either be 16-bit or 32-bit in resolution. Connectors with single K (i.e. K0032) are 16-bit while double K (i.e. KK0125) are 32-bit. A further explanation of the scaling of these items is on the last page of this document. Clicking on one of these two icons will display a list of parameters. The icon on the left will display the complete list of parameters in the drive. The icon on the right will allow the creation of a custom list of parameters. This is helpful when needing to view multiple parameters whose numerical designation are not close together (i.e. P235, P918 and U625). To use the custom list of parameters, click on its icon, place the mouse cursor on the row below the last parameter and begin typing the desire new parameters to add.

UP READING PARAMETERS TO A FILE

In order to save the settings within the drive on your laptop, it is necessary to up read the values to a file. The file will have a .dnl suffix. To upread, click on the icon on the left with the arrow going from the drive to the file symbol. A window will appear asking what type of file you want to create. The two types you need to be aware of are changes only or complete versions. The complete file will upread every parameter value in the drive. This file will be around 250kB in size. The changes 3

only file will record only those parameter values which have been changed from default settings. Many people only upread the changes only files in order to save time. You can upread both types of files if you are not sure which you need.

DOWN LOADING PARAMETERS TO A DRIVE

In order to parameterize a drive with the settings from a desired file, click on the icon on the right with the arrow going from the file symbol to the drive. A window will appear asking for the selection of the desired .dnl file. NOTE: These upread and download icons are not active unless the drive is in the online mode. Make sure you download your file while your are online in the EEPROM mode. Otherwise, the file values will be lost with the next power cycle of the drive.

TRACING SIGNALS WITH DRIVE MONITOR

In order to help in troubleshooting a drive, it is often necessary to trace internal drive signals and save them to a file. The file can then be emailed to someone for further analysis of the issue. Clicking on icon will bring up the Trace screen, which will look like blank oscilloscope screen. In order to the configure what to trace, click on the Settings button in the bottom left corner. Now the screen should have the Record Settings pop-up window that must be configured.

The desired signals to be traced are selected in the 8 fields in the upper left corner. Any number between 1 and 8 signals can be recorded. The vales are not recorded if the field is grayed out. It is important that the two columns be properly checked. A 16-bit signal (i.e. K3015) should only have a check mark in the left column. A 32-bit signal (i.e. KK3043) needs a check mark in both columns. The Recording Interval number determines the length of time of the trace. The higher the number, the longer the recording period. This value is usually set between 1 and 10 although it can be set higher. 4

The length of time for the trace is actually dependent on interval value and the number of channels being recorded. If you keep the recording interval value the same but double the number of channels you record, the overall length of trace time will be cut in half. The pretrigger is used to record events prior to the trigger event for the trace. Trigger setting is used to select the event that will trigger the drive to record the signals. The event can be based upon when a connector reaches a set value (i.e. when drive actual speed > 1.0%). The trigger can also be when based upon a binector setting (i.e. when the drive is enabled). Once all of these settings are made, click on the OK button. You can arm the triggering event by clicking on the Start button. This puts the trace function in the ready mode to begin recording when the trigger event becomes true. The Go button causes an immediate trace recording without consideration of the triggering event.

SAVING TRACES TO A FILE

Below is an example of what a trace file might look like on your computer.

In order to save a copy of this trace, click on the icon and select Save As on the pull down menu. The file will have a .trc suffix. The file can be attached to an email to allow others to view it.

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Explanation of the symbols used in the function diagram

Parameter

r007 n124 Display parameters P597 (1) B B B .01 .02 .03

0

Selection of three binectors via indexed parameters (binector B0001 is the selected factory setting for all three outputs, i.e. fixed value "1", see below) B0000 B0001 K0000 K0001 K0002 K0003 K0004

Automatic conversion between connectors and double connectors

Converting a connector to a double connector K0139 U531 KK

P123

U123 Setting parameters

1 0% 100% (=16384) 200% (=32767) -100% (=-16384)

K0139 is converted to a double connector by entering it in the high word of the double connector and by setting its LOW word to zero. Converting a double connector to a connector U584 K

U345 (50.00) 0 ...120 %

Setting parameter, not indexed (factory setting 50.00 %) Range: 0 ... 120 %

KK0149

U345.3

Setting parameter, indexed, index 3

KK0149 is converted into a connector by entering its high word in the connector.

U345.B

Setting parameter, belongs to BiCO data set (2 indices)

-200% (=-32767) 0

Cross references

KK0000 KK0001 KK0002 KK0003 KK0004 [702.5] The signal comes from / goes to page 702, signal path 5 of the function diagram.

U355.F

Setting parameter, belongs to the function data set (4 indices)

100% (=1 073 741 824) 200% (=2 147 483 647)

Connectors/binectors

K0001 Connector (freely interconnectable 16-bit signal; number representation: 100% corresponds to 4000 hex which corresponds to 16384dec) Double connector (freely interconnectable 32-bit signal; number representation: 200% corresponds to 4000 0000hex which corresponds to 2 147 483 647dec) Binector (freely interconnectable digital signal) Output via dig. output [90], [91], [92] Selection of any connector (factory setting: P531=326, i.e. connector K326 selected) Place for entering the selected connector P432 (546) KK Selection of any double connector (factory setting: P432=546, i.e. connector KK546 selected)

-100% (=-1 073 741 824) -200% (=-2 147 483 647)

Indication of the block number and the sampling time for the free blocks

U953.14 = ___(xx) The block has the number 314. The block can be activated via U953.14 and its sampling time selected (see sheet 702).

KK0002

n959.14 = 7

The block is permanently assigned to a sampling time.

B0000 P531 (326) K·

Calculating time of the free blocks

{8 µs} Blocks of the indicated type require a typical sampling time of approximately 8 ms (rough guide value). If the total available calculating time is exceeded, the monitoring system shown on sheet 702 will respond.

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