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CPUs - CPU 315-2 DP

CPUs - CPU 315-2 DP

Overview

The CPU with medium to large program memory and quantity framework for the use, if required, of SIMATIC Engineering Tools High processing performance in binary and floating-point arithmetic PROFIBUS DP master/slave interface For extensive I/O configurations For setting up distributed I/O structures

Micro memory card required for operation of CPU.

Application
The CPU 315-2 DP is a CPU with medium to large program memory and PROFIBUS DP master/slave interface. It is used in installations which have distributed automation structures in addition to a centralized I/O. It is often used as the standard PROFIBUS DP master in SIMATIC S7-300. The CPU is also used as distributed intelligence (DP slave).

It has been optimized in terms of its quantitative framework for using SIMATIC Engineering Tools, e.g.,:

Programming with SCL Sequence control programming with S7-GRAPH

In addition, the CPU offers an ideal platform for simple technology tasks implemented in software, e.g.,:

Easy Motion Control The solution of closed-loop control tasks with STEP 7 blocks or the runtime software Standard/Modular PID Control

Extended process diagnostics can be achieved by using SIMATIC S7-PDIAG.

Design
The CPU 315-2 DP is equipped with the following:

Microprocessor; the processor achieves an execution time of approximately 100 ns per binary instruction and 3 s per floating-point operation. 128 KB RAM (corresponds to approx. 43 K statements); the extensive RAM for execution-related program sections offers sufficient space for user programs. Micro memory cards (8 MB max.) as load memory for the program also allow the project to be stored in the CPU (complete with symbols and comments) which can be used for data archiving and recipe management.

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CPUs - CPU 315-2 DP

Flexible expansion; up to 32 modules (4-tier configuration) Interface with multipoint capability (MPI); the integrated MPI interface can establish up to 16 simultaneous connections to S7-300/400 or to PG, PC, OP. Among these connections, one is always reserved for PG and another for OP. The MPI makes it possible to set up a simple network with a maximum of 16 CPUs via "global data communication". PROFIBUS DP interface the CPU 315-2 DP with PROFIBUS DP master/slave interface enables distributed automation configurations with high speed and ease of handling. From the user's point of view, the distributed I/O is treated as central I/O (same configuring, addressing and programming). the PROFIBUS DP V1 standard is fully supported. This increases the scope of DP V1 standard slaves in terms of diagnostics and parameterization capability.

Function
Password protection; a password concept protects the user program from unauthorized access. Diagnostics buffer; the last 100 errors and interrupt events are saved in a buffer for diagnostics purposes Maintenance-free data backup; the CPU automatically writes all data to the micro memory card in case of power failure, so that it remains available unchanged when the power is turned on again. Configurable attributes

STEP 7 can be used to parameterize both S7 configurations and the properties and responses of the CPUs:

Interface with multipoint capability (MPI); definition of node addresses Restart/cycle performance characteristics; determination of the maximum cycle time and load, as well as of the self-testing functions Clock bit memory; address settings Protection level; definition of access authorizations to program and data System diagnostics; definition of the handling and scope of diagnostic messages Time interrupts; periodicity settings Time-of-day interrupts; start date, start time and periodicity settings PROFIBUS DP master/slave interface; free address assignment for distributed I/O Reporting functions

Status and fault indicators; LEDs indicate events such as hardware, programming, timer, I/O, battery or bus errors/faults and operating statuses such as RUN, STOP, startup. Testing functions; you can use the PG to display signal states in program execution, modify process tags irrespective of the user program, and read out the contents of stack memories. Information functions; you can use the PG to obtain information about the storage capacity and operating mode of the CPU as well as the current loading of work and load memories, current scan times and diagnostic buffer contents in plain language. Integrated communication functions

PG/OP communication S7 standard communication S7 communication (server only)

System functions The CPU offers a wide range of system functions for diagnosis, parameterization, synchronization, alarm signaling, time measurement, etc.

For further details, see manual.

Technical specifications

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6ES7 315-2AG10-0AB0 Product version Associated programming package Supply voltages Rated value 24 V DC permissible range, lower limit (DC) permissible range, upper limit (DC) Voltages and currents External fusing for supply lines (recommendation) Current consumption Inrush current, typ. It Current consumption (idling), type from supply voltage L+, max. Power dissipation, typical Memory/backup Memory Working memory integral expandable Load memory pluggable (MMC) pluggable (MMC), max. Backup available CPU/blocks DB Number, max. Size, max. FB Number, max. Size, max. FC Number, max. Size, max. OB Size, max. Nesting depth per priority class additional levels within an error OB CPU/processing times for bit instruction, min. for word instruction, min. for integer math, min. for floating-point math, min. Timers/counters and their retentive characteristics S7 counter Number of which retentive without battery adjustable Retentivity adjustable Counting range adjustable lower limit upper limit IEC counter available Type S7 times Number Retentivity adjustable preset Timing range lower limit upper limit IEC timer available Type 0.1 s 0.2 s 2 s 3 s 128 KByte No Yes 8 MByte Yes 2.5 A 0.5 As 60 mA 800 mA 2.5 W Min. 2 A STEP 7 as of 5.1 + SP 4

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Yes 20.4 V 28.8 V

1,024 16 KByte 2,048 16 KByte 2,048 16 KByte 16 KByte 8 4

256 Yes Yes Yes 0 999 Yes SFB 256 Yes No retention 10 ms 9,990 s Yes SFB

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Data areas and their retentive characteristics Flags Number adjustable retentivity Number of clock memories Data blocks Number, max. Size, max. Local data per priority class, max. Address area I/O address area Inputs Outputs of which distributed Inputs Outputs Process image Inputs Outputs Digital channels Inputs Outputs Inputs, of which central Outputs, of which central Analog channels Inputs Outputs Inputs, of which central Outputs, of which central Configuration Racks, max. Modules per rack, max. Number of DP masters integral via CP Number of FMs and CPs that can be operated (recommendation) FM CP, point-to-point CP, LAN Time Clock Hardware clock (realtime clock) buffered Deviation per day, max Run-time meter Quantity Number Range of values Granularity retentive Time synchronization supported on MPI, master on MPI, slave in AS, master S7 message functions Number of stations that can log on for message functions, max. Process diagnostic messages simultaneously active Alarm-S blocks, max. Test and startup functions Status/modify Variable Variables Number of variables, max. of which status variables, max. of which modify variables, max. Forcing Forcing Forcing, variables Forcing, number of variables, max. Status block Single step Number of breakpoints Diagnostic buffer 16 Yes 40 Yes Yes 10 s 1 0 0 to 2^31 hours (when using SFC 101) 1 hour Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 4 8 1 4 8 8 10

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2,048 Byte Yes 8 1,023 16 KByte 128 Byte

2 KByte 2 KByte 2 KByte 2 KByte 128 Byte 128 Byte 16,384 16,384 1,024 1,024 1,024 1,024 256 256

Yes Inputs, outputs, flags, DB, timers, counters 30 30 14 Yes Inputs, outputs 10 Yes Yes 2

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available Number of inputs, max. adjustable Communication functions PG/OP communication Routing Global data communication supported Size of GD packets, max. S7 basic communication supported S7 communication supported S5 compatible communication supported Number of connections overall usable for PG communication usable for OP communication usable for S7 basic communication usable for routing 1st interface Type of interface Physical Isolated Power supply to interface (15 to 30 V DC), max. Functionality MPI DP master DP slave Point-to-point connection MPI Number of connections Services PG/OP communication Routing Global data communication S7 basic communication S7 communication S7 communication, as client S7 communication, as server Transmission rates, max. 2nd interface Type of interface Physical Isolated Power supply to interface (15 to 30 V DC), max. Functionality MPI DP master DP slave Point-to-point connection DP master Number of connections, max. Services PG/OP communication Routing Global data communication S7 basic communication S7 communication S7 communication, as client S7 communication, as server Equidistance support SYNC/FREEZE DPV1 Transmission rates, max. Number of DP slaves, max. Address area Inputs, max. Outputs, max. DP slave Number of connections Services PG/OP communication integrated RS 485 interface RS 485 Yes 200 mA No Yes Yes No 16 Yes Yes No No No No No Yes Yes Yes 12 Mbit/s 124; per station 244 KByte 244 KByte 16 Yes integrated RS 485 interface RS 485 No 200 mA Yes No No No 16 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No; via CP and loadable FB Yes 187.5 kBit/s Yes Yes Yes 22 Byte Yes Yes Yes 16 15 15 12 4 Yes 100 No

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Routing Global data communication S7 basic communication S7 communication, as client S7 communication, as server Direct data exchange (lateral communication) DPV1 GSD file Transmission rates, max. Automatic baud rates search Intermediate memory Inputs Outputs Address areas, max. User data per address area, max. CPU/ programming Programming language STEP 7 KOP FUP AWL SCL CFC GRAPH HiGraph Software library Instruction set Bracket levels User program protection/password protection System functions (SFC) System function blocks (SFB) Dimensions and weight Width Height Depth Weight, approx. 40 mm 125 mm 130 mm 290 g

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Yes; with active interface No No No No Yes No http://www.ad.siemens.de/csi_e/support under Product Support 12 Mbit/s Yes 244 Byte 244 Byte 32 32 Byte

Yes; as of V 5.1 SP4 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes See instruction list 8 Yes See instruction list see instruction list

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