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*22900055_0816*Drive Technology \ Drive Automation \ System Integration \ Services

Manual

ControllerDHE/DHF/DHR21B (standard) and DHE/DHF/DHR41B(advanced)

Edition 08/2016 22900055/EN

SEW-EURODRIVEDriving the world

Contents

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Contents1 General information.................................................................................................................. 6

1.1 About this documentation ...............................................................................................61.2 Structure of the safety notes ...........................................................................................6

1.2.1 Meaning of signal words ................................................................................ 61.2.2 Structure of section-related safety notes........................................................ 61.2.3 Structure of embedded safety notes .............................................................. 7

1.3 Rights to claim under limited warranty ............................................................................71.4 Content of the documentation.........................................................................................71.5 Exclusion of liability.........................................................................................................81.6 Other applicable documentation .....................................................................................81.7 Product names and trademarks......................................................................................81.8 Copyright notice ..............................................................................................................8

2 Safety notes .............................................................................................................................. 92.1 Preliminary information ...................................................................................................92.2 Use..................................................................................................................................92.3 Target group ...................................................................................................................92.4 Designated use .............................................................................................................10

2.4.1 Hoist applications ......................................................................................... 102.5 Functional safety technology ........................................................................................102.6 Bus systems..................................................................................................................10

3 Introduction............................................................................................................................. 113.1 Content of this manual ..................................................................................................113.2 Additional documentation..............................................................................................11

4 Device structure ..................................................................................................................... 124.1 Overview of controllers .................................................................................................12

4.1.1 Freely programmable controller MOVIPLC ............................................... 124.1.2 Configurable application controller CCU ...................................................... 12

4.2 Features........................................................................................................................134.3 Fieldbus interfaces of the device designs .....................................................................134.4 Communication interfaces ............................................................................................13

4.4.1 Engineering .................................................................................................. 154.4.2 System buses............................................................................................... 154.4.3 Binary inputs and outputs............................................................................. 164.4.4 Diagnostic LEDs........................................................................................... 16

5 Mechanical installation .......................................................................................................... 175.1 In the UOH11B/21B stand-alone housing.....................................................................175.2 In MOVIDRIVEMDX61B............................................................................................17

5.2.1 Before you start ............................................................................................ 175.2.2 Installing and removing the DH.21/41B option card..................................... 18

5.3 In the MOVIAXIS MXM master module......................................................................19

6 Electrical installation.............................................................................................................. 206.1 Terminal positions.........................................................................................................20

6.1.1 DH.21B/41B Controller................................................................................. 20

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6.1.2 DH.21B/41B controller in the stand-alone housing ...................................... 216.1.3 DH.21B/41B controller in MOVIDRIVE MDX61B........................................ 226.1.4 DH.21B/41B controller in the MOVIAXIS MXM master module.................. 226.1.5 DH.21B/41B controller in MOVITRAC B..................................................... 246.1.6 DHF21B/41B controller ................................................................................ 256.1.7 DHR21B/41B controller ................................................................................ 26

6.2 Terminal assignment and DIP switches........................................................................276.2.1 X24: COM1 (RS485) engineering interface ................................................ 276.2.2 X26: CAN1 system bus interface and voltage supply ................................. 276.2.3 X30-1/X30-2: Ethernet3/Ethernet4 connection .......................................... 286.2.4 X30P: PROFIBUS connection...................................................................... 296.2.5 X30D: DeviceNetTM connection .................................................................... 316.2.6 X31: Digital inputs and outputs .................................................................... 336.2.7 X32/X33: CAN2/CAN1 system bus interface ............................................. 346.2.8 X34: COM1/COM2 (RS485) engineering interface .................................... 356.2.9 X35: USB engineering interface................................................................... 366.2.10 X36: Ethernet 1 system bus interface .......................................................... 366.2.11 X37: Ethernet 2 engineering interface.......................................................... 376.2.12 X38: SEW safety bus connection................................................................. 386.2.13 DIP switchS1 for DH.21B/41B..................................................................... 386.2.14 DIP switches 20 and 21 for DHR21B/41B ..................................................... 39

6.3 SD memory cards .........................................................................................................406.3.1 SD memory card OMH41B-T. ...................................................................... 406.3.2 SD memory card OMC41B-T. ...................................................................... 416.3.3 Bootloader update........................................................................................ 42

6.4 Shielding and routing bus cables ..................................................................................43

7 Project planning and startup with MOVITOOLS MotionStudio......................................... 447.1 About MOVITOOLS MotionStudio..............................................................................44

7.1.1 Tasks............................................................................................................ 447.1.2 Communication channels............................................................................. 447.1.3 Functions...................................................................................................... 44

7.2 First steps .....................................................................................................................457.2.1 Starting the software and creating a project................................................. 457.2.2 Establishing communication and scanning the network............................... 457.2.3 Connection mode ......................................................................................... 467.2.4 Configuring units .......................................................................................... 48

7.3 Communication via USB...............................................................................................507.3.1 Connecting the unit with the PC via USB..................................................... 507.3.2 Configuring the communication channel via USB ........................................ 51

7.4 Communication via Ethernet.........................................................................................517.4.1 Connecting the device with the PC via Ethernet .......................................... 517.4.2 Configuring the communication channel via Ethernet.................................. 527.4.3 Communication ports used .......................................................................... 54

7.5 Startup of the fieldbus at the DHR21B/41B controller...................................................547.5.1 The integrated Ethernet switch .................................................................... 547.5.2 TCP/IP addressing and subnets .................................................................. 55

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7.5.3 Setting the IP address parameters via DCP ................................................ 587.5.4 Setting the IP address parameters............................................................... 58

7.6 Executing functions with the units.................................................................................607.6.1 Reading or changing unit parameters .......................................................... 607.6.2 Starting up units (online) .............................................................................. 61

7.7 Configuring and starting up drives ................................................................................627.8 Configuration and startup in the PLC Editor .................................................................627.9 Replacing the unit .........................................................................................................62

8 Operation................................................................................................................................. 638.1 DH.21B/41B Controller .................................................................................................63

8.1.1 LED "H1/H2" in stand-alone operation......................................................... 638.1.2 LED "L1" (CAN 1 status) .............................................................................. 638.1.3 LED "L2" (CAN 2 status) .............................................................................. 648.1.4 LED "L3" (IEC program status) .................................................................... 648.1.5 LED "L4" (controller status) .......................................................................... 648.1.6 LED "L5" (user) ............................................................................................ 648.1.7 LEDs "L6", "L7", "L8", "L9" (DIOn/m) .......................................................... 658.1.8 LED "L10" (24V/ I/OOK)........................................................................... 65

8.2 DHF21B/41B controller .................................................................................................658.2.1 LEDs in PROFIBUS mode ........................................................................... 668.2.2 LEDs in DeviceNetTM mode .......................................................................... 67

8.3 DHR21B/41B controller.................................................................................................698.3.1 LEDs in PROFINET mode ........................................................................... 698.3.2 LEDs in EtherNet/IP and Modbus/TCP mode .............................................. 71

9 Service..................................................................................................................................... 739.1 System bus CAN 1/CAN 2 ............................................................................................739.2 Disposal ........................................................................................................................74

10 Technical data and dimension drawings.............................................................................. 7510.1 General technical data ..................................................................................................7510.2 Technical data of the DH.21B/41B option card.............................................................7610.3 Technical data of the DHF21B/41B option card............................................................7810.4 Technical data of the DHR21B/41B option card ...........................................................7910.5 Technical data of the stand-alone device .....................................................................7910.6 Port overview ................................................................................................................80

10.6.1 PROFINET ................................................................................................... 8010.6.2 EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP ........................................................................ 8010.6.3 Engineering interface ................................................................................... 81

10.7 Dimension drawings......................................................................................................8210.7.1 DHE21B/41B option card in UOH11B stand-alone housing ........................ 8210.7.2 DHF21B/41B and DHR21B/41B option cards in UOH21B stand-alone housing

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1 General informationAbout this documentation

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1 General information1.1 About this documentation

This documentation is an integral part of the product. The documentation is intendedfor all employees who perform assembly, installation, startup, and service work on theproduct.Make sure this documentation is accessible and legible. Ensure that persons respons-ible for the machinery and its operation as well as persons who work on the device in-dependently have read through the documentation carefully and understood it. If youare unclear about any of the information in this documentation or require further in-formation, contact SEWEURODRIVE.

1.2 Structure of the safety notes1.2.1 Meaning of signal words

The following table shows the grading and meaning of the signal words for safetynotes.

Signal word Meaning Consequences if disregardedDANGER Imminent hazard Severe or fatal injuries.WARNING Possible dangerous situation Severe or fatal injuries.CAUTION Possible dangerous situation Minor injuries

NOTICE Possible damage to property Damage to the drive system or itsenvironment.

INFORMATION Useful information or tip: Simplifieshandling of the drive system.

1.2.2 Structure of section-related safety notesSection-related safety notes do not apply to a specific action but to several actionspertaining to one subject. The hazard symbols used either indicate a general hazardor a specific hazard.This is the formal structure of a safety note for a specific section:

SIGNAL WORDType and source of hazard.Possible consequence(s) if disregarded. Measure(s) to prevent the hazard.

Meaning of the hazard symbolsThe hazard symbols in the safety notes have the following meaning:

Hazard symbol MeaningGeneral hazard

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Hazard symbol MeaningWarning of dangerous electrical voltage

Warning of hot surfaces

Warning of risk of crushing

Warning of suspended load

Warning of automatic restart

1.2.3 Structure of embedded safety notesEmbedded safety notes are directly integrated into the instructions just before the de-scription of the dangerous action.This is the formal structure of an embedded safety note:

SIGNAL WORD Type and source of hazard. Possible consequence(s) if disreg-arded. Measure(s) to prevent the hazard.

1.3 Rights to claim under limited warrantyRead the information in this documentation. This is essential for fault-free operationand fulfillment of any rights to claim under limited warranty. Read the documentationbefore you start working with the unit!

1.4 Content of the documentationThe current version of the documentation is the original.This document contains additional safety-relevant information and conditions for usein safety-related applications.

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1 General informationExclusion of liability

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1.5 Exclusion of liabilityRead the information in this documentation, otherwise safe operation is impossible.You must comply with the information contained in this documentation to achieve thespecified product characteristics and performance features. SEWEURODRIVE as-sumes no liability for injury to persons or damage to equipment or property resultingfrom non-observance of these operating instructions. In such cases,SEWEURODRIVE assumes no liability for defects.

1.6 Other applicable documentation Read through this documentation carefully before you commence installation and

startup of the DH.21B/41B option card.The documentation applies to the connected devices: Operating instructions of the devices (e.g. MOVIDRIVE B, MOVITRAC B,

MOVIAXIS) Only electrical specialists are allowed to perform installation and startup observing

the relevant accident prevention regulations and the operating instructions of theconnected devices (e.g. MOVIDRIVE MDX60B/61B, MOVITRAC B,MOVIAXIS).

For devices with functional safety, also observe the corresponding manual "Func-tional Safety" or "Safe Disconnection Conditions".

You must adhere to the information in the documentation as a prerequisite to fault-free operation and fulfillment of warranty claims.

1.7 Product names and trademarksThe brands and product names in this documentation are trademarks or registeredtrademarks of their respective titleholders.

1.8 Copyright notice2016SEWEURODRIVE. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction, modifica-tion, distribution or any other use of the whole or any part of this documentation isstrictly prohibited.

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2 Safety notes2.1 Preliminary information

The following general safety notes have the purpose to avoid injury and damage toproperty. They primarily apply to the use of products described in this documentation.If you use additional components also observe the relevant warning and safety notes.

2.2 UseMake sure that the basic safety notes are read and observed. Make sure that personsresponsible for the machinery and its operation as well as persons who work on thedevice independently have read through the documentation carefully and understoodit. If you are unclear about any of the information in this documentation, or if you re-quire further information, contact SEWEURODRIVE.The following safety notes refer to the use of the software.This document does not replace the detailed documentation for the connecteddevices. This documentation assumes that the user has access to and is familiar withthe documentation for all connected products.Do not perform installation or startup if the product is damaged.Removing required covers without authorization, improper use or incorrect installationand operation may result in severe injury to persons, or damage to machinery.All work in the areas of transportation, storage, operation and waste disposal must becarried out by persons who are trained appropriately.

2.3 Target groupSpecialist formechanical work

Any mechanical work may only be performed by adequately qualified personnel. Qual-ified personnel in the context of this documentation are persons familiar with thedesign, mechanical installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of the product, whopossess the following qualifications: Qualification in the field of mechanics according to applicable national regulation. They are familiar with this documentation

Specialist for elec-trotechnical work

Any electronic work may only be performed by adequately skilled persons (electric-ally). Qualified electricians in the context of this documentation are persons familiarwith electrical installation, startup, troubleshooting and servicing of the product whopossess the following qualifications: Qualification in the field of electrical engineering according to applicable national

regulation. They are familiar with this documentationIn addition to that, these persons must be familiar with the valid safety regulations andlaws, as well as with the requirements of the standards, directives and laws specifiedin this documentation. The above mentioned persons must have the authorization ex-pressly issued by the company to operate, program, configure, label and grounddevices, systems and circuits in accordance with the standards of safety technology.

Instructed persons All work in the areas of transportation, storage, operation and waste disposal must becarried out by persons who are trained appropriately. The purpose of the instruction isthat the persons are capable of performing the required tasks and work steps in a safeand correct manner.

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2.4 Designated useThe product is intended for installation in electrical plants or machines.In case of installation in electrical systems or machines, startup of the product is pro-hibited until it is determined that the machine meets the requirements stipulated in thelocal laws and directives. For Europe, Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC as well as theEMC Directive 2014/30/EU apply. Observe EN60204-1 (Safety of machinery - elec-trical equipment of machines). The product meets the requirements stipulated in theLow Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU.The standards given in the declaration of conformity apply to the product.Technical data and information on the connection conditions are provided on thenameplate and in chapter "Technical data" in the documentation. Always comply withthe data and conditions.Unintended or improper use of the product may result in severe injury to persons anddamage to property.Do not use the product as a climbing aid.

2.4.1 Hoist applicationsTo avoid danger of fatal injury by falling hoists, observe the following points when us-ing the product in lifting applications: Use mechanical protection devices. Perform a hoist startup.

2.5 Functional safety technologyThe product must not perform any safety functions without a higher-level safety sys-tem, unless explicitly allowed by the documentation.

2.6 Bus systemsA bus system makes it possible to adapt electronic drive components to the particularsof the machinery within wide limits. There is a risk that a change of parameters thatcannot be detected externally may result in unexpected (but not uncontrolled) systembehavior and may have a negative impact on operational safety, system availability, ordata security.Especially in Ethernet-based networked systems and with engineering interfaces,make sure that unauthorized access is prevented.Use IT-specific safety standards to increase access protection to the ports. For a portoverview, refer to the respective technical data of the used device.

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3IntroductionContent of this manual

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3 Introduction3.1 Content of this manual

This manual describes: The installation of the DH.21B/41B controller

in the UOH11B/21B stand-alone housing in MOVIDRIVE MDX61B in the MOVIAXIS MXM master module in MOVITRACB

The interfaces and LEDs of the DH.21B/41B controller The engineering access to the DH.21B/41B controller The project planning and startup of DH.21B/41B controller

3.2 Additional documentationTo be able to configure and startup the DH.21B/41B controller simply and effectively,you also have to order the following documentation in addition to this manual: "DHF21B/41B Controller Fieldbus Interfaces PROFIBUSDP-V1 and DeviceNet"

manual "DHR21B/41B Controller Fieldbus Interfaces PROFINETIO, EtherNet/IP, Mod-

bus TCP/IP" manual System manuals of the connected devicesWhen used as freely programmable controller (MOVIPLC) with SD memory cardOMH41B: "MOVIPLC Programming in the PLC Editor" system manual

This system manual contains instructions for IEC61131-3 compliant programming. "MultiMotion Program Module Universal, Parameterizable Software Platform for

MOVIPLC" manual "MPLCMotion_MDX and MPLCMotion_MX Libraries for MOVIPLC" manual

This manual describes the libraries for controlling MOVIDRIVE MDX60B/61B andMOVIAXIS inverters.

Manual "Libraries MPLCMotion_MC07 and MPLCMotion_MM for MOVIPLC"This manual describes the libraries for controlling MOVITRACB and MOVIMOTinverters.

When used as configurable application controller CCU with SD memory card OM-C41B: "Application Configurator for CCU" manual Manuals of CCU application modules:

Universal module Universal Module Technology 10 PD Rapid/creep speed positioning Bus positioning 6PD Energy-efficient storage/retrieval system HandlingKinematics

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4 Device structure4.1 Overview of controllers4.1.1 Freely programmable controller MOVIPLC

The controller can be programmed freely by using OMH41B type SD memory cards. Itallows drive solutions, logic processes and sequence controls to be automated simplyand efficiently using IEC61131-3 compliant programming languages. The freely programmable MOVIPLC controller is a universal solution because it

is able to control the entire portfolio of SEWEURODRIVE inverters. The freely programmable MOVIPLC controller is scalable due to several differ-

ent performance classes standard, advanced and power1) and a modular softwareconcept with libraries for numerous applications.

The freely programmable MOVIPLC controller is powerful due to extensive tech-nologies (such as electronic cam, synchronous operation) and the control of de-manding applications (such as handling tasks).

1) "UHX71B Controller (Performance Class power)

Performance class "standard"DH.21B controllers enable coordinated single axis movements and integration of ex-ternal inputs/outputs as well as operator panels (DOP). This means the DH.21B con-troller is suitable for use as a module controller or stand-alone controller for machinesof medium complexity.

Performance class "advanced"The DH.41B controller is characterized by a greater variety of interfaces and a higherperformance level, which allows complex calculations and interpolated movements, forexample. The DH.41B controller is suitable for the automation of cells and machines.The integrated Ethernet interface enables direct connection of the DH.41B controllerto the control level.

4.1.2 Configurable application controller CCUThe controller can be used as configurable application controller (CCU) by using SDmemory cards of the type OMC41B. The application modules are started up quicklyand conveniently by graphical configuration. The process data interface correspondingto the configured application modules can be operated by a higher-level controller.A process data monitor, module diagnostics and trace recording with control mode areavailable for assisting the startup.

Performance class "standard"The "standard" performance class is intended for application modules with single-axisfunctionality and medium response times. A maximum of 16 axes can be connected toa configurable application controller. The following application modules are availablefor example and can be started up using the "Application Configurator" configurationsoftware: "Universal module" for speed and positioning mode "Universal module technology 10PD" for synchronous operation "Rapid/creep speed positioning" for arrivals via initiator 22

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Performance class "advanced"The "advanced" performance class is intended for application modules with single-axisand multi-axis functionality and fast response times. The following application modulesare available: Single-axis functionality, see performance class "standard"(212) Multi-axis functionality:

"Energy-efficient storage/retrieval system" "HandlingKinematics" for gantries and robots

4.2 FeaturesTwo types of DH.21B/41B controllers are available: As option card DH.21B/41B for MOVIDRIVE B and MOVITRAC B inverters

(only DHE21B/41B) In the UOH11B/21B stand-alone housing for mounting rail installation

4.3 Fieldbus interfaces of the device designsThree types of DH.21B/41B controllers are available, which differ in the fieldbus inter-faces.

Device designs Fieldbus interfacesDHE21B/41B Ethernet TCP/IP, UDP

DHF21B/41B Ethernet TCP/IP, UDP, PROFIBUS DP-V1,DeviceNet

DHR21B/41B Ethernet TCP/IP, UDP, PROFINET IO, EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP

4.4 Communication interfacesThe DH.21B/41B controller has various communication interfaces.The system bus interfaces CAN1/CAN2 are primarily used for connecting several in-verters and for integrating decentralized I/O modules.This machine module can be operated via the integrated fieldbus interface with ahigher-level controller.An operator panel (e.g. DOP11B) or a gearmotor with integrated frequency inverterMOVIMOT is connected to the engineering interface COM1/COM2 (RS485).

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The Ethernet1 (EtherCAT/SBusPLUS) system bus interface is used to control drive in-verters, I/O modules and other EtherCAT slave components.

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4.4.1 EngineeringEngineering of the DH.21B/41B controller comprises configuration, parameterizationand programming in the MOVITOOLS MotionStudio engineering software (only viathe freely programmable controller MOVIPLC).The DH.21B/41B controller is connected with the engineering PC via the: "X35: USB engineering interface"(236) "X37: Ethernet 2 engineering interface"(237) "X30P: PROFIBUS connection"(229) for DHF21B/41B "X30-1/X30-2: Ethernet3/Ethernet4 connection"(228) for DHR21B/41B

INFORMATIONRefer to the following documentation for more information: "DHR21B/41B Controller Fieldbus Interfaces EtherNet/IPTM, Modbus TCP/IP and

PROFINET IO" manual "DHF21B/41B Controller Fieldbus Interfaces DeviceNetTM and PROFIBUS DP-V1"

manual

4.4.2 System buses

CAN1/CAN2 and Ethernet1You can use the DH.21B/41B controller to control all drives of a machine module byconnecting several inverters via one system bus. This takes load off the higher-levelcontroller (e.g. PLC). You can connect a total of maximum 16 of the followingdevices via CAN1/CAN2 and Ethernet11) : MOVITRACB frequency inverter MOVIDRIVEMDX60B/61B drive inverter MOVIAXIS servo inverter to DH.41B Gearmotors with integrated frequency inverter MOVIMOT2)

I/O coupler OCC11B/OCE11B MOVITRAC LTP-B frequency inverter MOVITRAC LTx frequency inverter CMP ELVCD decentralized extra-low voltage servo drive

1) Operating a larger number of axes requires a check by SEWEURODRIVE.2) DeviceNetMFD... fieldbus interface required

COM1/COM2Connect one of the following devices each to the COM1/COM2 engineering inter-face: Gearmotor with integrated frequency inverter MOVIMOT

DOP11B operator panel, preferably via Ethernet 2, see chapter "Ethernet2"(216).

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Ethernet 2You can implement the following functions and connections using the Ethernet 2 en-gineering interface: Connecting a DOP11B operator panel PC visualization (e.g. OPC interface) Connection to master level

4.4.3 Binary inputs and outputsThe digital inputs and outputs of the controller enable you to switch actuators (e.g.valves) and evaluate digital input signals (e.g. sensors).

4.4.4 Diagnostic LEDsThe LEDs of the DH.21B/41B controller indicate the following states: Voltage supply of the digital inputs and outputs General state of the DH.21B/41B controller State of the control program State of the fieldbus interface (DHF/DHR) State of the Ethernet 1 system bus interface State of the Ethernet 2 engineering interface State of the CAN1/CAN2 system bus interface

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5 Mechanical installation5.1 In the UOH11B/21B stand-alone housing

INFORMATION Installation of the DH.21B/41B controller into the UOH11B/21B stand-alone hous-

ing may only be performed by SEWEURODRIVE.

The controller is installed directly at the terminal strip with the installation set.

5.2 In MOVIDRIVEMDX61BInMOVIDRIVEMDX61B

INFORMATION The DH.21B/41B option card can only be installed or removed for MOVIDRIVE

MDX61B sizes 1 to 6. The installation or removal of the DH.21V/41B option card in the MOVIDRIVE

MDX61B size 0 drive inverters is restricted to SEWEURODRIVE engineers only.

Plug the DHE21B/41B option card into the fieldbus option slot ofMOVIDRIVEMDX61B (not MOVIDRIVEMDX60B). If the fieldbus option slot is notavailable, you can plug the DHE21B/41B option card into the expansion slot.

5.2.1 Before you startRead the following notes before installing or removing the DH.21B/41B optioncard: De-energize the drive inverter. Disconnect the DC24V supply voltage and the line

voltage. Before touching the DH.21B/41B option card, take appropriate measures (dis-

charge strap, conductive shoes, etc.) to protect it from electrostatic charge. Before installing the DH.21B/41B option card, remove the keypad and the front

cover. After installing the DH.21B/41B option card, replace the front cover and the

keypad. Keep the DH.21B/41B option card in its original packaging until immediately before

you are ready to install it. Hold the DH.21B/41B option card only by its edges. Do not touch any of the com-

ponents. Never place the DH.21B/41B option card on a conductive surface.

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5.2.2 Installing and removing the DH.21/41B option cardProceed as follows:

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1. Remove the retaining screws holding the card retaining bracket. Pull the card re-taining bracket out evenly from the slot (do not twist!).

2. Remove the retaining screws of the black cover plate on the card retainingbracket. Remove the black cover plate.

3. Position the option card onto the retaining bracket so that the retaining screws fitinto the corresponding bores on the card retaining bracket.

4. Insert the option card retaining bracket with the installed option card into the slot,pressing slightly so it is seated properly. Secure the option card retaining bracketwith the retaining screws.

5. Follow the instructions in reverse order when removing the option card.

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5.3 In the MOVIAXIS MXM master moduleIn theMOVIAXISMXMmastermodule

INFORMATION The installation or removal of the DH.21B/41B option card in the MOVIAXIS

MXM master module is restricted to SEWEURODRIVE engineers only.

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6 Electrical installation6.1 Terminal positions6.1.1 DH.21B/41B Controller

The following figure shows the positions of the terminals at the front of theDH.21B/41B controller.

X35

X36

X37

2

4

6

1

3

5

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1

2

3

1

3

4

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10

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9

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T1S1

L1L2

L3L5

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L9L4

L10

[2]

[1]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

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[1] Device-specific fieldbus part DHF/DHR (not for DHE)[2] X31: Digital inputs and outputs[3] X34: COM1/COM2 (RS485) engineering interface[4] X35: USB engineering interface[5] X36: System bus interface Ethernet 1 (EtherCAT/SBusPLUS)[6] X37: Engineering interface Ethernet 2[7] X32: CAN2 system bus interface[8] X33: CAN1 system bus interface

For detailed information on terminal assignment, refer to chapter "Terminalassignment and DIP switches"(227).

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6.1.2 DH.21B/41B controller in the stand-alone housingThe following figure shows the position of the terminals at the front and the CAN wiringvia the X26 connector at the bottom side of the DHE21B/41B controller in the UO-H11B stand-alone housing.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

SEW drive

DC +24 VGND

H1

H2

SC11 System bus +, CAN highSC12 System bus -, CAN low

GND, CAN GND

12

0

X35

X36

X37

2

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6

1

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4

DHE41B

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9

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T1

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L2

L3

L5

XM

L6

L7

L8

L9

L4

L10

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X24 [2]

[1]

[3]

9007201363243019

[1] DHE41B, see chapter "Terminal assignment and DIP switches"(227)[2] X24: COM1 (RS485) engineering interface[3] X26: CAN1 system bus interface and voltage supply

For detailed information on terminal assignment, refer to chapter "Terminalassignment and DIP switches"(227).

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6.1.3 DH.21B/41B controller in MOVIDRIVE MDX61B

DHE41B

X3

1X

32

X3

3

123

123

123

23

1

SC11

DGND

ON OFF

S12

X12

2

1

SC12 3

MOVIDRIVE MDX61B

12

0

18502704011

For wiring the system bus, connect the X33 connector (CAN1) or X32 (CAN2) of theDH.21B/41B option card with X12 of MOVIDRIVEMDX61B.The DH.21B/41B option card is powered via MOVIDRIVE MDX61B. A separatevoltage supply is only necessary for digital inputs/outputs (X31), see chapter "X31:Digital inputs and outputs"(233).For detailed information on terminal assignment, refer to chapter "Terminalassignment and DIP switches"(227).

6.1.4 DH.21B/41B controller in the MOVIAXIS MXM master module

MOVIAXIS

MXM master module

2

X5b

1 DC 24VE

DGND

3 DC 24VB

4 BGND

DC 24 V forbrake supply

DC 24 V for controller electronics+-+-

X16-+

DC 24 V external

X5a

2

1

3

4

X5a

2

1

3

4

X5b

2

1

3

4

MOVIAXIS

MXS switched-mode

power supply

X35

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X37

2

4

6

1

3

5

X3

4V

ers

ion

DHE41B

1

2

3

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3

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1

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1

2

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33

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9

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For detailed information on terminal assignment, refer to chapter "Terminalassignment and DIP switches"(227).

Connecting a voltage supply The connectors X5a and X5b are connected in parallel. In this way, the voltage

supply of the MOVIAXIS MXM master module can be provided from the right toX5b or from below to X5a. When the voltage supply is connected at X5a, X5b canbe used to connect other modules (e.g. power supply module, axis module). Thevoltage supply for the brake (X5a/b:3,4) is fed through the MOVIAXIS MXM mas-ter module.

The DH.21B/41B option card can be supplied from the MOVIAXIS MXS switched-mode power supply module or from an external voltage source. To do so, connectX5 between the individual devices.

If the DH.21B/41B option card is connected with DC 24 V from the MOVIAXISMXS switched-mode power supply module, the functioning of the DH.21B/41B op-tion card is maintained after disconnection from the power supply. This is the caseif the DC link voltage is maintained or an external DC24V supply is present fromthe MOVIAXIS MXS switched-mode power supply module.

Connecting the system busFor wiring the system bus, connect connector X33 (CAN 1) or X32 (CAN 2) of theDH.21B/41B option card with X9 (signal bus of the MOVIAXIS power supply moduleor of a MOVIAXIS axis module), or with X12 (CAN 2 bus of a MOVIAXIS axismodule).

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6.1.5 DH.21B/41B controller in MOVITRAC B

X45 X46

1 2 3 4 5 6HL

FSC11B

MOVITRAC B

S1

OFF

ON

7

S2

X44

X26

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

X24

H1

H2

X1212345678

24 V IODC 24 V

-

+

9GND

=

X35

X36

X37

2

4

6

1

3

5

X3

4

DHE41B

1

2

3

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1

T1S1

L1L2

L3L5

XML6

L7L8

L9L4

L10

12

0

[4]

[3]

[2]

[1]

[5]

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[1] DHE41B, see chapter "Terminal assignment and DIP switches"(227)[2] X24: COM1 (RS485) engineering interface[3] X26: CAN1 system bus interface and voltage supply[4] X12:8 Auxiliary voltage/external voltage supply (24VI/O)

X12:9 GND reference terminal[5] X46:1X46:3 SBusPLUS

X46:7 Auxiliary voltage/external voltage supply (24VI/O)

For detailed information on terminal assignment, refer to chapter "Terminalassignment and DIP switches"(227).

Connecting a voltage supplyX26:1/2/3 and connector X33 are connected in parallel. The DH.21B/41B option cardin the compact controller is supplied with voltage via X26:6/7.The DHE21B/41B option card can be supplied with the required voltage byMOVITRACB. For this purpose, connect X26:3(6)/7 with X46:3(6)/7 or with X12:9/8.If the DHE21B/41B option card is supplied with DC 24 V from MOVITRAC B, thefunctioning of the DHE21B/41B option card is maintained after disconnection from thepower supply. This requires an external DC24V supply to X12:8/9 of MOVITRAC B. 2

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6.1.6 DHF21B/41B controller

2222

0123

222

456

27

1

2

3

X38

L18

X30P

1

5

X30D

S2

L16

L15

L14

L13

L12

L11

L17

ON

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4

6

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XM

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L8

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L4

L3

L2

L1

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4

6

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XM

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1

L10

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L8

L7

T1

L6

L5

L4

L3

L2

L1

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

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[1] X30P: PROFIBUS connection[2] X30D: DeviceNetTM connection[3] X38: SEW safety bus connection[4] DH.21B/41B, see chapter "Terminal assignment and DIP switches"(227)

For detailed information on terminal assignment, refer to chapter "Terminalassignment and DIP switches"(227).

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6.1.7 DHR21B/41B controller

22

01

X30-1

X30-2

L14

L13

ON

1

2

3

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L12

L11

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4

6

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XM

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T1

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L2

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XM

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S1

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L10

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L8

L7

T1

L6

L5

L4

L3

L2

L1

[1]

[2]

[4]

[3]

9007201359644171

[1] X30-1: Ethernet3 connection[2] X30-2: Ethernet4 connection[3] X38: SEW safety bus connection[4] DH.21B/41B, see chapter "Terminal assignment and DIP switches"(227)

For detailed information on terminal assignment, refer to chapter "Terminalassignment and DIP switches"(227).

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6.2 Terminal assignment and DIP switches6.2.1 X24: COM1 (RS485) engineering interface

FunctionYou can connect a DOP11B operator panel to the COM1 (RS485) engineering inter-face. The connectors X24 and X34:1/3/5 are connected in parallel. If connector X24is unassigned, you can connect an operator terminal or a gearmotor with integratedMOVIMOT frequency inverter to X34:1/3/5.For further information, refer to chapter "X34: COM1/COM2 (RS485) engineeringinterface"(235).

Connection typeRJ10 socket

Wiring diagram

X24

H1

H2

AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX24 1 5V Voltage output DC5V

2 RS+ Signal RS485+

3 RS Signal RS485

4 DGND Reference potential COM 1

6.2.2 X26: CAN1 system bus interface and voltage supply

FunctionYou can connect the CAN1 system bus and voltage supply to the X26 connector.The DH.21B/41B controller is supplied with voltage via X26:6/7.

Connection type7-pin terminal

Wiring diagram (side view)

2 3 4 5 6 71

X26

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AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX26 1 CAN1H System bus CAN1 high

2 CAN1L System bus CAN 1low

3 DGND Reference potential for controller/CAN1

4 Reserved

5 Reserved

6 DGND Reference potential for controller/CAN1

7 DC24V Voltage supply controller

6.2.3 X30-1/X30-2: Ethernet3/Ethernet4 connection

FunctionConnection to Ethernet network

INFORMATION According to IEC 802.3, the maximum cable length for 10/100 MBaud Ethernet

(10BaseT/100BaseT), e.g. between 2network stations, is 100m. SEWEURODRIVE recommends that you do not directly connect third-party end

devices to the DHR21B/41B option in order to minimize the load on the enddevices in EtherNet/IP networks caused by undesired multicast data traffic. Con-nect devices from third-party manufacturers via a network component that sup-ports the IGMP snooping functionality (e.g. managed switch). Managed switcheswith IGMP snooping functionality are not required for PROFINETIO and Modbus/TCP networks.

Connection typeTo connect DHR21B/41B to the Ethernet network, connect Ethernet interface X30-1or X30-2 (RJ45 plug connector) to the other network stations using a category5,classD twisted-pair cable in accordance with IEC11801 edition2.0. The integratedswitch assists you in implementing a line topology and provides auto-crossing func-tions.

AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX30-1 Ethernet 3

Ethernet default assignmentX30-2 Ethernet 4

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Pin assignmentUse prefabricated, shielded RJ45 plug connectors compliant with IEC11801, edition2.0, category 5.

[3] [2] [1]23

6

1

[6]

A B

2104906251

A = View from front

B = View from back

[1] Pin 1 TX+ Transmit Plus

[2] Pin 2 TX Transmit Minus

[3] Pin 3 RX+ Receive Plus

[4] Pin 6 RX Receive Minus

6.2.4 X30P: PROFIBUS connection

FunctionConnection to PROFIBUS system

Connection typeConnection to the PROFIBUS system using a 9-pin D-sub connector in compliancewith IEC61158. The T-bus connection must be made using a connector with the cor-responding configuration.

Wiring diagramThe following figure shows the PROFIBUS connector that is connected to X30P ofthe DHF21B/41B option card.

RxD/TxD-P 3

1

59

6 8

4

5

6

9

VP (P5V/100mA)

DGND (M5V)

DGND (M5V)

CNTR-P

RxD/TxD-N

[3]

[1]

[2]

2103273483

[1] 9-pin D-sub connector[2] Signal line, twisted[3] Conductive connection over a large area between connector housing and shield

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AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX30P 1 N.C. Not connected

2 N.C. Not connected

3 RxD/TxD-P Receive/send signal positive

4 CNTR-P PROFIBUS repeater control signal

5 DGND (M5V) Reference potential for PROFIBUS

6 VP (P5V/100mA) DC+5V potential for bus terminator

7 N.C. Not connected

8 RxD/TxD-N Receive/send signal negative

9 DGND (M5V) Reference potential for PROFIBUS

Connecting PROFIBUS to DHF21B/41B controllerThe DHF21B/41B controller is connected to the PROFIBUS system using a shieldedtwisted-pair cable. Observe the maximum supported transmission rate when selectingthe bus connector.The twisted-pair cable is connected to the PROFIBUS connector at pins3 (RxD/TxD-P) and 8 (RxD/TxD-N). Communication takes place using these two pins. The RS485signals RxD/TxD-P and RxD/TxD-N must all be connected to the same contacts in allPROFIBUS stations. Else, the bus components cannot communicate via the bus me-dium.The PROFIBUS interface sends a TTL control signal for a repeater or fiber optic ad-apter (reference = pin9) via pin4 (CNTR-P).

Baud rates greater than 1.5 MBaudOperating the DHF21B/41B option card with baud rates >1.5MBaud is only possiblewith special 12MBaud PROFIBUS connectors.

Bus terminationYou need not equip the DHF21B/41B option card with bus terminating resistors. Thismeans the PROFIBUS system can be put into operation more easily and the numberof error sources during installation is reduced.When the DHF21B/41B option card is located at the start or end of a PROFIBUS seg-ment and when there is only one PROFIBUS cable connected to the DHF21B/41B op-tion card, you must use a plug with an integrated bus terminating resistor.Switch on the bus terminating resistors for this PROFIBUS connector.

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Setting the station addressTo set the PROFIBUS station address, use DIP switches 2026 on the DHF21B/41Boption card. The DHF21B/41B option card supports address range 0125.

DHF41B

2222

0123

222

456

27

ON

2103383051

The default setting for the station address is 4:20 Significance: 10 = 021 Significance: 20 = 022 Significance: 41 = 423 Significance: 80 = 024 Significance: 160 = 025 Significance: 320 = 026 Significance: 640 = 0

Any change made to the PROFIBUS station address during ongoing operation doesnot take effect immediately. You have to switch the compact controller or the inverterin which the DHF21B/41B option card is installed on and off again for the changes totake effect (power +24V off/on).

6.2.5 X30D: DeviceNetTM connection

FunctionConnection to the DeviceNetTM fieldbus system

Connection typeThe DHF21B/41B option card is opto-decoupled on the driver side in accordancewith the DeviceNetTM specification (VolumeI, Chapter9). This means the CAN busdriver must be powered with 24V voltage via the bus cable. The cable to be used isalso described in the DeviceNetTM specification (VolumeI, AppendixB). The connec-tion must be made according to the color code specified in the "Assignment" table.

Wiring diagramThe following figure shows the 5pin Phoenix terminal that is connected to X30D ofthe DHF21B/41B option card.

DFD11B

1

2

3

4

5

DHF41B

X30D

The assignment of connecting terminals is described in the DeviceNetTM specification(VolumeI, AppendixA).

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AssignmentNo. Name Function Color cod-

ingX30D 1 V 0V24 BK

2 CAN_L CAN_L BU

3 SHIELD SHIELD blank

4 CAN_H CAN_H WH

5 V+ +24V RD

Setting the station addressTo set the DeviceNetTM station address, use DIP switches 2025 on the DHF21B/41Boption card. The DHF21B/41B option card supports address range 063.

INFORMATIONAlways de-energize the DHF21B/41B option card before changing the DIP switchsetting. The DIP switch settings are only adopted during initialization.

DHF41B

2222

0123

222

456

27

ON

2103383051

2025 = MAC ID setting2627 = baud rate setting

Setting the MAC IDThe MAC ID (Media Access Control Identifier) is set on the DHF21B/41B option cardusing DIP switches 20 25 in a binary coded manner. The MAC ID represents thenode address of the DHF21B/41B option card. The DHF21B/41B option card supportsaddress range 063.

Setting the baud rateThe baud rate is set using DIP switches 26 and 27.

DIPswitch Baud rate26 27

0 0 125kBd

1 0 250kBd

0 1 500kBd

1 1 Invalid

A maximum of 64 DeviceNetTM data words can be exchanged between theDeviceNetTM module and the UFF41B option. The number is set using the DeviceNetTMscanner.

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6.2.6 X31: Digital inputs and outputs

FunctionThe terminal X31 provides eight digital inputs/outputs (e.g. for controlling external ac-tuators/sensors).

Connection typeSpring terminal plug connector

Wiring diagram

X31

1

3

5

7

9

2

4

6

8

10

AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX31 1 +24V input DC24V voltage supply

2 REF24V Reference potential for binary signals

3 DIO0 Digital input/output (DIO0)

4 DIO1 Digital input/output (DIO1)

5 DIO2 Digital input/output (DIO2)

6 DIO3 Digital input/output (DIO3)

7 DIO4 Digital input/output (DIO4)

8 DIO5 Digital input/output (DIO5)

9 DIO6 Digital input/output (DIO6)

10 DIO7 Digital input/output (DIO7)

Binary inputs The digital inputs are electrically isolated by optocouplers. The permitted input voltages are defined according to IEC61131.

+13V+30V = "1" = contact closed-3V+5V = "0" = contact open

Binary outputs The digital outputs are electrically isolated by optocouplers. The digital outputs are short-circuit proof but not external-voltage-proof. The maximum permitted output current is 150mA per digital output. All eight digital

outputs can be operated simultaneously with this current.

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NOTICEThe supply voltage must be present on X31:1/2 for using the digital inputs and out-puts.Overvoltage may damage the DH.21/41B controller. In this case, the specified func-tion of the digital inputs and outputs is no longer ensured.

To prevent dangerous voltage peaks from occurring, do not connect inductiveloads to the supply voltage or the digital inputs/outputs without free running diodes.

For more information on digital inputs or outputs, refer to chapter "Technical data anddimension drawings"(275).

6.2.7 X32/X33: CAN2/CAN1 system bus interface

FunctionDo not connect more than 16 devices to the CAN1 or CAN2 system bus. The sys-tem bus supports the address range 0 to 63.

Connection typeSpring terminal plug connector

CAN 1 wiring diagram

DGND

MOVIDRIVE

MDX60B/61B

X12

SC11 21

3SC12

DHE41B

X3

1X

32

X3

3

123

123

123

23

1

SC11

DGND

ON OFF

S12

X12:

2

1

SC12 3

ON OFF

S12

X45 X46

1 2 3 4 5 6HL

FSC11B

MOVITRAC B

S1

OFF

ON

7

S2

X44

MOVIDRIVE MDX61B

9007201357202827

Assignment: CAN2 system bus interface (electrically isolated)No. Name FunctionX32 1 REF_CAN 2 Reference potential for system bus CAN 2

2 CAN2H System bus CAN2 high

3 CAN2L System bus CAN 2low

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Assignment: CAN1 system bus interfaceNo. Name FunctionX33 1 DGND Reference potential for system bus CAN1

2 CAN1H System bus CAN1 high

3 CAN1L System bus CAN 1low

Connecting the system bus

INFORMATION The CAN2 system bus is electrically isolated. We therefore recommend to use

the CAN 2 ( X32) system bus interface for connecting field devices (e.g. CANopeninputs and outputs).

The CAN 1 system bus is not electrically isolated. We therefore recommend touse the CAN 1(X33) system bus interface to connect inverters via the system busin the control cabinet.

A CAN system bus interface is required for communication betweenMOVIDRIVEMDX61B and the integrated controller.

The CAN system bus supports transmission systems compliant with ISO11898. The"Serial Communication" manual contains detailed information about the CAN systembus. This manual can be ordered from SEWEURODRIVE.

Cable specification Use a 2 2-core twisted and shielded copper cable (data transmission cable with

braided copper shield). IEC 60999 does allow clamping without conductor endsleeves. The cable must meet the following specifications: Cable cross section 0.2 mm2 1.0 mm2 (AWG24AWG18) Cable resistance 120 at 1 MHz Capacitance per unit length 40pF/m at 1kHz

Suitable cables include CAN bus or DeviceNet cables.

6.2.8 X34: COM1/COM2 (RS485) engineering interface

FunctionYou can connect one of the following devices to the COM1/COM2 (RS485) engin-eering interface: Gearmotor with integrated frequency inverter MOVIMOT

DOP11B operator panel

NOTICE There must not be any potential shift between the devices connected via the

RS485. Take suitable measures to avoid potential shift such as connecting thedevice ground connectors using a separate cable.

Dynamic terminating resistors are installed. Do not connect any external ter-minating resistors.

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Connection typeSpring terminal plug connector

Wiring diagram

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AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX34 1 RS+ Signal RS485+ (COM1)

2 RS+ insulated Signal RS485+ insulated (COM2)

3 RS Signal RS485 (COM1)

4 RS insulated Signal RS485 insulated (COM2)

5 DGND Reference potential (COM1)

6 GND insulated Reference potential (COM2)

INFORMATIONFor more information on how to connect the DOP11B operator terminal, refer to thesections "Installation" and "Pin assignment" in the "DOP11B Operator Terminal" sys-tem manual.

6.2.9 X35: USB engineering interface

Connection typeUSB plug connector typeB

AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX35 1 USB+5V

Default assignment2 USB-

3 USB+

4 DGND

6.2.10 X36: Ethernet 1 system bus interfaceThe Ethernet1 system bus interface serves as system bus master of the fast SBusPLUSsystem bus.

FunctionEthernet connection: Modbus/TCP EtherNet/IP PROFINET IO 22

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Connection typeRJ45 socket

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AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX36 1 TX+ Transmit line (+)

2 TX- Transmit line (-)

3 RX+ Receive line (+)

4 Reserved

5 Reserved

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6.2.11 X37: Ethernet 2 engineering interface

FunctionYou can connect an engineering PC to the Ethernet2 engineering interface.

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Connection typeRJ45 socket

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Wiring diagram

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AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX37 1 TX+ Transmit line (+)

2 TX- Transmit line (-)

3 RX+ Receive line (+)

4 Reserved

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6.2.12 X38: SEW safety bus connection

FunctionConnection to the bus system SEW safety bus

AssignmentNo. Name FunctionX38 1 CANH CAN High

2 CANL CAN Low

3 DGND CAN reference potential

6.2.13 DIP switchS1 for DH.21B/41BYou can use DIP switchS1 to set a default IP address for the Ethernet2 connection(X37). This IP address will be applied with the next boot process.

Switch position MeaningUp IP parameters:

IP address: 192.168.10.4 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Standard gateway: 1.0.0.0

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Switch position MeaningDown For addresses set in the configuration file see chapter Installation

options of DH.21B/41B.Opening the configuration file1. Right-click the controller.2. Select [Diagnostics] > [File System Monitor].3. In the File System Monitor, select [System] > [Open NetCon-

fig.cfg].Ethernet 1: X36 (system bus interface EtherCAT/SBusPLUS)Ethernet 2: X37 (engineering interface)

6.2.14 DIP switches 20 and 21 for DHR21B/41BYou can use DIP switches 20 and 21 to set a default IP address for the Ethernet2 con-nection (X37). This IP address will be applied with the next boot process.

DIP switch 20 MeaningON (right) Default IP address (192.16810.4)

OFF (left) Stored IP address or DHCP

DIP switch 21 MeaningON (right) EtherNet/IPTM, Modbus TCP/IP

OFF (left) PROFINET

INFORMATIONThe setting of the 20 and 21 DIP switches is only adopted with a power-on reset(switching on and off the DC24V supply voltage).

DIP switch 20 (Def IP)If the switch "20" is set to "1" (= right = ON), the following default IP address paramet-ers are set when switching on the DC24V supply voltage: IP address: 192.168.10.4 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Standard gateway: 1.0.0.0 for EtherNet/IPTM (192.168.10.4 for PROFINET) P785 DHCP/Startup configuration: Saved IP parameters (DHCP is deactivated)

DIP switch 21 (protocol)DIP switch "21" is used to set the fieldbus protocol that is currently used. 21 = "1" (= right = ON): The EtherNet/IPTM/Modbus TCP/IP fieldbus protocol is act-

ive. 21 = "0" (= left = OFF): The PROFINET fieldbus protocol is active.

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6.3 SD memory cardsThe SD memory cards are required for operating the DH.21B/41B option card. Theystore the firmware, the IEC program and user data (e.g. recipes). You can use thememory card for data backup and automatic parameterization in the event of an axisreplacement.The SD memory card is available in 26 variants (T0T25). The different variants al-low for the execution of different technology functions. The technology level can bechanged by replacing the SD memory card.

6.3.1 SD memory card OMH41B-T.With the SD memory card type OMH41B-T., the DH.21B/41B controller is used asfreely programmable controller. The SD memory card OMH41B-T. is inserted in theDH.21B/41B controller. If the delivery also includes a compact controller, aMOVIAXIS MXM master module or an inverter with installed DH.21B/41B optioncard, then the SD memory card is already installed in the DH.21B/41B option card.

SD memory card OMH41B-T.Technology levelT0T25

Part number Description

T0 18212042 Speed control management Positioning, e.g. with the MPLCMo-

tion_MDX library

T1 18212050 Additional technology functions for T0: Electronic cam Electronic gear unit Cam switch

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SD memory card OMH41B-T.Technology levelT0T25

Part number Description

T2 18212069 A certain number of technology points is con-sumed depending on the functionality used.Refer to the relevant documentation for in-formation on how many technology points arerequired.

T3 18219675

T4 18219683

T5 18219691

T6 18219705

T7 18219713

T8 18219721

T9 18219748

T10 18219756

T11 18228607

T12 18228616

T13 18228623

T14 18228631

T15 18228658

T16 18228666

T17 18228674

T18 18228682

T19 18228690

T20 18228704

T21 18228712

T22 18228720

T23 18228739

T24 18228747

T25 18228755

6.3.2 SD memory card OMC41B-T.The SD memory card OMC41B-T. lets you use the DH.21B/41B controller as configur-able application controller (CCU). A certain technology level is required for this pur-pose depending on the application module used. Refer to the documentation of theapplication module for information on the required technology level.

SD memory card OMC41B-T.Technology levelT0T25

Part number Description

T0 18228763 Single-axis application modules: Speed specification Bus positioning Universal module, etc.22

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SD memory card OMC41B-T.Technology levelT0T25

Part number Description

T1 18228771 Technology functions: Cam positioning Winder

T2 18228798 Multi-axis application modules: Energy-efficient SRS SyncCrane Universal Module Technology 10 PD

T3 18228801 A certain number of technology points is con-sumed depending on the functionality used.Refer to the relevant documentation for in-formation on how many technology points arerequired.

T4 18228828

T5 18228836

T6 18228844

T7 18228852

T8 18228860

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T10 18228887

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T12 18228909

T13 18228917

T14 18228925

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T20 18228992

T21 18229018

T22 18229026

T23 18229034

T24 18229042

T25 18229059

6.3.3 Bootloader updateWhen LEDs "L3" and "L4" start flashing orange at a 1-Hz frequency after power-on, aboot loader update is required. During the bootloader update, the boot code matchingthe firmware is written to the boot sector of the controller.

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Proceed as follows:1. Do not switch off the voltage supply at any stage during the process.2. Press the reset button T1 on the front of the DH.21B/41B option card for 3

seconds. Once the boot loader update has started, only LED 4will flash. When L4 flashes green, the bootloader update is completed successfully.

6.4 Shielding and routing bus cablesOnly use shielded cables and connection elements that meet the requirements of cat-egory5, classD according to IEC11801 edition2.0.Correct shielding of the bus cable attenuates electrical interference that can occur inindustrial environments. The following measures ensure the best possible shielding: Manually tighten the mounting screws on the connectors, modules, and equipoten-

tial bonding conductors. Use only connectors with a metal housing or a metalized housing. Connect the shielding in the connector over a wide surface area. Apply the shielding of the bus cable on both ends. Route signal and bus cables in separate cable ducts. Do not route them parallel to

power cables (motor leads). Use metallic, grounded cable racks in industrial environments. Route the signal cable and the corresponding equipotential bonding close to each

other using the shortest possible route. Avoid using plug connectors to extend bus cables. Route the bus cables closely along existing grounding surfaces.

NOTICEIn case of fluctuations in the ground potential, a compensating current may flow viathe bilaterally connected shield that is also connected to the protective earth (PE).Make sure you supply adequate equipotential bonding in accordance with relevantVDE regulations in such a case.

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7 Project planning and startup with MOVITOOLS MotionStudio7.1 About MOVITOOLS MotionStudio

AboutMOVITOOLSMotionStudio

7.1.1 TasksThe MOVITOOLS MotionStudio engineering software enables you to perform the fol-lowing tasks with consistency: Establishing communication with devices Executing functions with the devices

7.1.2 Communication channelsThe SEW Communication Server is integrated into the engineering softwareMOVITOOLS MotionStudio for establishing communication with the devices.The SEW Communication Server allows you to create communication channels. Oncethe channels are established, the devices communicate via these communicationchannels using their communication options. You can operate up to 4communicationchannels at the same time.MOVITOOLSMotionStudio supports the following types of communication channels: Serial (RS485) via interface adapters System bus (SBus) via interface adapters Ethernet TCP/IP, PROFINET IO, EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP EtherCAT

Fieldbus (PROFIBUS DP-V1) Non-proprietary software interface Tool Calling InterfaceThe available channels can vary depending on the device and its communication op-tions.

7.1.3 FunctionsThe MOVITOOLS MotionStudio engineering software enables you to perform the fol-lowing tasks with consistency: Parameterization (e. g. in the parameter tree of the device) Startup Visualization and diagnostics ProgrammingMOVITOOLSMotionStudio provides the right tools for every device type.

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7.2 First steps7.2.1 Starting the software and creating a project

Proceed as follows:1. Select the following item from the Windows start menu: [Start] / [Pro-

grams]/[SEW]/[MOVITOOLS MotionStudio]/[MOVITOOLS MotionStudio] MOVITOOLS MotionStudio is started.

2. Create a project with a name and directory.

7.2.2 Establishing communication and scanning the networkProceed as follows:1. Click "Configure communication channels"[1] in the toolbar.

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2. From the drop-down list[1], select the communication type.3. Activate the selected communication type[2].4. To edit the settings of the selected communication type, click the button[3].

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5. If necessary, change the preset communication parameters. When doing so, referto the detailed description of the communication channels.

6. Scan your network via the "Device scan" icon[1] in the toolbar.

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7.2.3 Connection mode

OverviewThe MOVITOOLSMotionStudio engineering software differentiates between "online"and "offline" connection mode. You determine the connection mode yourself.MOVITOOLSMotionStudio starts up in the connection mode that was set before theprogram was closed.

INFORMATIONThe "Online" connection mode is not a response message which informs you thatyou are currently connected to the device or that your device is ready for communica-tion. Should you require this feedback, observe chapter "Setting the cyclical accessibil-

ity test" in the online help (or the manual) of MOVITOOLS MotionStudio.

INFORMATIONProject management commands (such as "download" and "upload"), the onlinedevice status, and the "device scan" work independently of the set connection mode.

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Depending on the selected connection mode, you can choose offline or online toolsspecific to your device. The following figure illustrates the two types of tools:

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Online tools

Changes made using online tools affect only the device[4]. Execute the "Upload (device PC)" function if you want to

transfer the changes to your RAM [2]. Save your project so that the changes can be stored on the

hard disk [1] of your engineering PC [3].

Offline tools

Changes made using offline tools affect only the RAM [2] at first. Save your project so that the changes can be stored on the

hard disk [1] of your engineering PC [3]. Execute the "Download (PCdevice)" function if you want to

transfer the changes to your device[4] as well. Check the para-meterization afterwards.

Selecting the communication mode (online or offline)Proceed as follows:1. Select the connection mode:

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For functions (online tools) that should directly influence the unit, switch to onlinemode by using the icon [1].

For functions (offline tools) that should directly influence the unit, switch to offlinemode by using the icon [2].

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2. Select the unit node.3. Select the tools for configuring the unit from the context menu.

7.2.4 Configuring unitsThe following example uses a MOVIFIT unit to show how to display the tools for con-figuring the unit.The connection mode is "online". The unit has been scanned in the network view.Proceed as follows:1. Select the unit (in this example the power section [1]) in the network view.2. Right-click to open the context menu.

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3. Select the tool for configuring the unit (in this example the command [Startup] >[Parameter tree]).

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7.3 Communication via USB7.3.1 Connecting the unit with the PC via USB

The illustration shows how the device (in the example a gateway [3]) is connected withthe PC [1] using a USB connection cable [2]. It also shows how the gateway [3] is con-nected with the lower-level device [5] via SBus (CAN).

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[5] Lower-level device (MOVIAXIS in the example)

Proceed as follows:1. Plug the A connector of the USB cable[2] into a free USB port on your PC[1].2. Insert the USB-B connector of the USB cable[2] into the USB port on your gate-

way[3].3. Connect the system bus interface of the gateway[3] with the SBus interface of the

lower-level device[5].

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7.3.2 Configuring the communication channel via USBProceed as follows:1. Establish the communication channel via USB, see chapter "Establishing

communication and scanning the network"(245).2. Set the communication parameters.

Communicationparameter

Description Information

Timeout Waiting time in [ms] that the master waitsfor a response from the slave after it hasmade a request.

Default setting:350ms

7.4 Communication via Ethernet7.4.1 Connecting the device with the PC via Ethernet

The following figure shows the network with direct communication using Ethernet:

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Parameter requests from the MOVITOOLS MotionStudio engineering software aretransferred to a switch [3] via Ethernet [2] from an engineering PC [1] using the Ether-net interface. The switch[3] then directly passes on the parameter requests to the Eth-ernet interface of the devices[4].

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7.4.2 Configuring the communication channel via EthernetThe devices use the device protocol from SEWEURODRIVE SMLP (SimpleMOVILINK Protocol) that is directly transferred via TCP/IP.Proceed as follows:1. Establish the communication channel via Ethernet(245).2. Set the SMLP protocol parameters in the following window in the "SMLP settings"

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Ethernet parameters for SMLP The following table shows the communication parameters for SMLP:

No. Ethernet para-meter Description Information

[2] Timeout

Waiting time in ms that theclient waits for a reply fromthe server after it has madea request.

Default setting: 1000ms If a delay of the commu-

nication causes failure, in-crease the value.

[3] Broadcast IP ad-dress

IP address of the local net-work segment withinwhich the device scan iscarried out.

In the default setting, thedevice scan only retrievesdevices in the local networksegment.

[4] IP address SMLPserver

IP address of the SMLPserver or of other devicesthat are to be included inthe device scan but areoutside the local networksegment.

Enter the IP address ofdevices that are to be in-cluded in the device scanbut are outside the localnetwork segment.

If you are operating an in-direct communication fromEthernet to PROFIBUS,enter the IP address of thecontroller.

[6] Excluded IP ad-dress

IP addresses of devicesthat should not be includedin the device scan.

Enter the IP address ofdevices that should not be in-cluded in the device scan.This can be devices that arenot ready for communication(e.g. because they have notbeen started up yet).

Adding devices to the local network segmentDuring a device scan, the system recognizes only devices that are in the same localnetwork segment as the engineering PC. If you have devices that are outside the localnetwork segment, add the IP addresses of these devices to the list of SMLP servers.Proceed as follows:1. Open the "SMLP settings" tab [1](252).2. Select the address list of the SMLP server.3. Open the "IP address of SMLP server" tab [5](252).4. To enter the IP address, click on the plus symbol[7].5. Enter the IP address in the edit box [8]. Click [OK].

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7.4.3 Communication ports usedThe following table shows the communication ports that are used by theMOVITOOLS MotionStudio engineering software: