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Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 1 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 AS-i Extension Plug Duplication of the length per AS-Interface segment from 100 to 200 meters Considerable reduction of the costs for the network infrastructure for large networks Allows in combination with repeater a max. AS- Interface network up to 600m (if the master is located in the middle of the network) Extension of the range of applications and greater freedom in plant design by doubling the AS-Interface segment Easy monitoring by integrated under voltage detection Extension Plug Now 200m instead of 100m !!! Order-Nr.: Extension Plug:3RK1901-1MX00 M12 branch:3RX9801-0AA00 Start of delivery:05/2004 Slide 2 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 2 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 AS-i Extension Plug Extension Plug Function of the Extension Plug Ordering data To build a AS-Interface segment longer than 100 m up to 200 m install the extension plug at that point in the network which is most distant to the AS-Interface power supply. It is not necessary to locate this point exactly, as it is sufficient to install the extension plug close to this point (approx. 10 m). Using the extension plug you may build AS- Interface networks in any topology (line, star,tree). You always need just one extension plug per segment even if you use star or tree structure. Depending on the length of a AS-Interface segment and the needed current (depending on the number of connected slaves) you have to consider the voltage drop along the AS-Interface cable. The extension plug is equipped with a under voltage detection for easy monitoring of the AS-Interface voltage. A green LED flashes if the AS-Interface voltage is too low. The extension plug has a M12 connection and can be easily connected via the AS-Interface M12 branch 3RX9801-0AA00 in degree of protection IP67. Slide 3 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 3 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 AS-i Extension Plug Extension Plug 200m AS-Interface network with Extension Plug Easy and cost-effective configuration of AS-Interface segments up to 200 m Larger dimension without repeater and additional power supply (= reduction of the costs for the network infrastructure) Configuration in any topology (star, tree, line) Slide 4 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 4 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 AS-i Extension Plug Extension Plug Maximum net expansion with combination of Extension Plug und Repeater The maximum possible network dimension can be extended by using repeater in combination with the extension plug Please note that if using the repeater in combination with the extension plug it is not allowed to connect repeaters in series. Therefore, the maximum distance Master Slave is 400 m and the absolute maximum distance is 600 m (if the master is located in the middle of the network). It is possible to connect repeaters in parallel to realize a star topology, each branch with up to 200 m Slide 5 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 5 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 Compact Module K60 for use in explosive atmosphere (ATEX) Type 4 Inputs/4 Outputs Identification II 3D T75C IP65X Type 4 Inputs Identification II 3D T60C IP65X There are special conditions to consider for safe operation !!! Particularly the module has to be protected against mechanical damage by means of suitable protective measures. Further conditions see next page under special conditions for safe operation. K60 ATEX Order-Nr.: 4E/4A:3RK1400-1DQ05-0AA3 4E:3RK1200-0CQ05-0AA3 There are two types of K60 available to use in explosive environment in zone 22 according to classification II 3D (dust atmosphere, non- conductive dust) Slide 6 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 6 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 K60 ATEX The following safety and commissioning instructions must be observed: Manufacturer: Siemens AG A&D CD, Werner-von- Siemens-Str. 48, D-92220 Amberg, Germany Conformance with the 94/9/EG (ATEX) guidelines is proved by compliance with the EN 50281-1-1 und EN 60947-5-2 standards. Intended application: Application in explosive environment zone 22 in accordance with device group II, category 3D (dust atmosphere, non-conductive dust) Shock resistance: 1 Joule Special conditions for safe operation: The module must be protected against mechanical damage by means of suitable protective measures. All M12 connecters are to be secured against illegal opening through a safety clip in such way that disconnecting the connector is not possible manually but only destroying the safety clip. Suitable safety clips are available from Binder GmbH + Co., Elektrische Bauelemente KG, P.O. Box 1152, 74148 Neckarsulm, Germany, Phone: +49/7132/325-0, Fax +49/7132/325-150, [email protected], item no. 16-0977-000. [email protected] After addressing the module the addressing socket has to be covered with sealing cap 3RK1901-1KA01 (manipulation proof design) in such manner that the cap cannot be removed manually. Addressing of the module by means of 3RK1904- 2AB01 addressing device is only permissible outside EX zone 22. K60 4E module ATEX 3RK1200-0CQ05-0AA3 with safety clip and manipulation proof sealing cap Compact Module K60 for use in explosive atmosphere (ATEX) Slide 7 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 7 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 New AS-Interface Analog Module (profile 7.3) Analog modules with 4 Inputs Fast Analog Value Measurement: new modules up to 4 analog Inputs more analog signals can be connected with one single module established K60 housing preprocessing of the analog values by the AS-i master modules with two inputs can be changed over to just one used input the change over is done via a M12-bridge-connector using just one input the conversion and transmission time is reduced to one third conversion and transmission time to the AS-I master 1 (used) input:29... 95 ms 2 (used) inputs:136... 235 ms Order-Nr.: current measurement: 3RK1207-1BQ44-0AA3 voltage measurement: 3RK1207-2BQ44-0AA3 thermal resistance: 3RK1207-3BQ44-0AA3 Order-Nr.: current 3RK1207-1BQ40-0AA3 voltage 3RK1207-2BQ40-0AA3 thermal resistance 3RK1207-3BQ40-0AA3 M12-bridge-connector 3RK1901-1AA00 Analogue Modules Slide 8 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 8 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 ASI Diagnostics made easy ASI Analyzer Slide 9 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 9 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 Diagnostics with AS-Interface Lifetime of Installation Commissioning Operation / Maintenance Fault Requirement Fast fault repair Documentation Verification of function and quality Test protocols for release Preventive diagnostics Identification of failed component Verification of quality Minimisation of service time Fast fault repair Cause of fault Verification of function Documentation Solution AS-Interface Analyser The AS-Interface analyser allows a complete diagnosis of AS-Interface networks during the whole lifetime of the installation. It is the ideal supplement for local diagnostics. System Functions Slide 10 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 10 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 Parasitic inductions on AS-interface MASTER Slave EMC CONTACTINGFAULT IN COMMISSIONING Slave Defective Frames can not be detected by analysis of the physical layer High fault tolerance of AS-interface compensates those faults Analyser makes preventive diagnostics possible Slide 11 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 11 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 Principle of function - ANALYSER MASTER Slave Analyser Slave PC RECORD COMMUNICATION: Interpretation Record Represent Document Observe Slide 12 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 12 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technical Data SIMATIC Practice Week Atlanta August 2004 Modes TRACESTATISTICS ONLINE ANALYSIS Simple Overview Statistic Analysis of Failures Overview of available Slaves Representation of Slave Data and IDs DETAILED Analysis Setting trigger conditions Observe Communication on these conditions Start the communication record Detailed Analysis of failures with trace filters Complete Installation does not work correctly- WHAT IS THE REASON? SIMON with sporadic E-STOPS - WHY? Slide 13 Automation and Drives Safety at Work AS-i SIGNUM Extension Plug Low Voltage Switchgear Burns 08.2004 13 Master Configuration K60 ATEX Analogue modules Analyser Technica