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Guide to the PTQ-PDPMV1 User Manual
1 Start Here
Deployment Checklist...9
1.1 Deployment Checklist
1.3.2 Connect to the ProTalk Configuration/Debug Port
1.3.3 PTQ-PDPMV1 Configuration / Debug Port Note
2 Configuring the Module
Configure the Module with ProSoft Configuration Builder...15
2.1 Configure the Module with ProSoft Configuration Builder
2.1.1 Set Up the Project
2.1.2 Set Module Parameters
2.2 Downloading the Ethernet Configuration to the Module
2.3.2 Configure the PROFIBUS Slaves
2.3.3 Export the Processor Memory Map
To export the processor memory map:
2.3.4 Download the Project to the Module
2.3.5 Back Up the Project
2.4 Configure the Processor
3 Configuring the Processor with Unity Pro XL
Import the Functional Module...39
3.1 Import the Functional Module
3.1.1 Updating Checksum Values - UnityPro XL
3.1.2 Setup General Unity Pro XL Project Settings
3.1.3 Configure the Memory Size for the Processor
3.1.4 Build the Project
3.1.5 Download the Project to the Processor
3.1.6 Verify Communication between the Processor and the Module
To verify communication between the processor and the module:
3.2 Function Blocks Operation Overview
3.3 Derived Function Blocks Overview
3.3.1 Using the Derived Function Blocks
3.4 Using Mailbox Function Blocks
3.4.1 Overview
3.4.2 Configuration
3.4.3 Trigger (BYTES)
3.4.4 Specific Input Pins
3.4.5 Specific Output Pins
3.5 Mailbox Overview
3.5.1 Acyclic Read Mailbox
3.5.2 Acyclic Write Mailbox
3.5.3 Alarm Mailbox
3.5.4 GetConfiguration Mailbox
3.5.5 GetDiagnostics Mailbox
3.5.6 GetLiveList Mailbox
3.5.7 SetSlaveAddress Mailbox
3.5.8 SetOperatingMode Mailbox
3.5.9 SetSlaveMode Mailbox
3.5.10 StartStopSlaves Mailbox
4.2 Before You Begin
4.3 Information for Concept Version 2.6 Users
4.3.1 Installing MDC Configuration Files
4.4 Step 1 - Exporting the Files from PCB
4.4.1 -.ASC files
4.4.2 -.DTY file
4.4.3 -.TXT file
4.5 Step 2 - Convert the Function Blocks
4.6 Step 3 - Setup the Concept Project
4.7 Step 4 - Import the Variables
4.8 Step 5 - Create the Function Block Instances
4.9 Step 6 - Download the Concept Project
4.10 Using the Concept Project
4.10.1 Accessing PROFIBUS Data
4.10.2 Accessing Status Data
4.10.3 Configuration Validation & SETCRC Function Block
4.11 Using Mailbox Function Blocks
4.11.1 Overview
4.11.2 Configuration
4.11.3 Trigger Register
4.11.4 Specific Input Pins
4.11.5 Specific Output Pins
4.12 Mailbox Overview
4.12.1 Acyclic Read Mailbox
4.12.2 Acyclic Write Mailbox
4.12.3 Alarm Mailbox
4.12.4 GetConfiguration Mailbox
4.12.5 GetDiagnostics Mailbox
4.12.6 GetLiveList Mailbox
4.12.7 SetSlaveAddress Mailbox
4.12.8 SetOperatingMode Mailbox
4.12.9 SetSlaveMode Mailbox
4.12.10 Start/Stop Slaves Mailbox
4.12.11 Coldboot Mailbox
5 Configuring the Processor with ProWORX 32
6 Mailbox Messaging
Mailbox Message Queuing...115
6.1 Mailbox Message Queuing
6.1.1 Queue Timeouts
6.2 Special Function Mailbox Messaging Commands
6.2.1 Mailbox Message - Set Slave Mode
6.2.2 Mailbox Message - Get Slave Diagnostics
6.2.3 Mailbox Message - Get Slave Configuration
6.2.4 Mailbox Message - Set Slave Address
6.2.5 Mailbox Message - Get Live List
6.2.6 Mailbox Message - Acyclic Data Read - Class 1
6.2.7 Mailbox Message - Acyclic Data Write - Class 1
6.2.8 Mailbox Message - Alarm Indication
6.2.9 Mailbox Message - Set Operating Mode
6.3 Receiving Mailbox Message Responses from PTQ module
6.4 Mailbox Messaging Error Codes
6.4.1 Message Information
6.4.2 Return Codes
6.4.3 Error Codes
6.4.4 DPV1 Error Codes
7 Hot Standby Support
Hot Standby Overview...141
7.1 Hot Standby Overview
7.1.1 Identical Configurations
7.1.2 Primary and Standby Controllers
7.1.3 System Components
7.1.4 Modicon Quantum Hot Standby with Unity and IEC Logic
7.2.7 Ping Message
7.2.8 PTQ Link Message
7.2.9 Crossed Status Information
7.3.1 PTQ-PDPMV1 HSBY Diagnostic Data
7.3.2 Time for Switchover
7.3.3 Bus Parameters
7.3.4 HSBY Master GSD-file
7.3.5 ProSoft Configuration Builder (PCB) HSBY Option Functionality
7.4.1 PROFIBUS DP time behavior
7.4.2 Commissioning of communication with the SK1 segment coupler
7.4.3 Commissioning of communication with the SK2 segment coupler
7.4.4 Details for calculating the TWD parameter
8 Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
Basic Troubleshooting Steps...177
8.1 Basic Troubleshooting Steps
8.2 LED Status Indicators - Front of PTQ module
8.3 Module Status Indicators
8.4 PROFIBUS Master Indicators
8.5 The Configuration/Debug Menu
8.5.1 Using the Diagnostic Window in ProSoft Configuration Builder
8.5.2 Navigation
8.5.3 Main Menu
8.5.4 Input Data View Menu
8.5.5 Output Data View Menu
9 Reference
Product Specifications...193
9.1 Product Specifications
9.1.1 Features and Benefits
9.1.2 Hot Standby Support
9.1.3 General Specifications
9.1.4 Hardware Specifications
9.1.5 Functional Specifications
9.2 Functional Overview
9.2.1 About the PROFIBUS Protocol
9.2.2 General Overview
9.2.3 PROFIBUS DP Architecture
9.2.4 Master/Slave Communication Phases
9.2.5 PTQ Input and Output Data Blocks
9.3 PROFIBUS comDTM
9.3.1 ProSoft Technology product availability
9.3.2 Introduction
9.3.3 Hardware Requirements (Recommended)
9.3.4 Software Requirements (Minimum)
9.4 Cable Connections
9.4.1 Ethernet Connection
9.4.2 RS-232 Configuration/Debug Port
9.5 PROFIBUS Master Port
9.6 Constructing a Bus Cable for PROFIBUS DP
9.7 Supported PROFIBUS Services
9.8 Quantum to PTQ Communication Protocol
9.9 Calculating System Response Time
9.9.1 How to Calculate PROFIBUS Time – TMC4
9.9.2 Calculating System Reaction Time
9.10 Using Multiple PTQ-PDPMV1 Modules with Concept
9.11 Frequently Asked Questions
9.11.1 How do I configure the module?
9.11.2 Is a .MDC available for configuration of the Module?
9.11.3 Does the module work in a remote rack?
9.11.4 Can I use the module in a hot backup system?
Support, Service & Warranty
Module Service and Repair
General Warranty Policy – Terms and Conditions
Limitation of Liability
RMA Procedures
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