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MOBYI Identification System

ASM 410
ASM 410 Interface Module
Technical Description

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ASM 410 Technical Description

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Table of Contents
Page
1.

ASM 410: A Brief Description

2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

The ASM 410


Mechanical Design
Block Diagram
Pin Assignments
Cable Connections of the ASM 410

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3
5
6
7

3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.7
3.8
3.8.1
3.8.2

Programming
Representation of the ASM 410 in the Process Image
Timing Diagram of Control Signals
Programming Example
Programming of Cold Start and Restart Procedures
Application of SLG ON/OFF" and Presence"
Using the ASM 410 as Decentralized Periphery
Use in the ET 100U
Use in the ET 200
Use with SIMATIC S7 via ET 200U
Processing Mobile Data Carriers
Dialog Operation
How is the MOBYI Dialog Set Up?
How Does the User Work with the MOBYI Dialog?

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9
12
15
16
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20
20
22
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24
26
26
28

4.

The ECC Driver

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5.

Error Evaluation

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6.

Transmission Times

34

7.

Commissioning

35

8.

Technical Specifications of the ASM 410

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9.

Warnings

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1. ASM 410: A Brief Description


The ASM 410 interface module offers the MOBY-I user a lowcost interface for the SIMATIC S590U,
S595U and S5100U programmable controllers.
Main characteristics:

Can be used in:

Designed as an analog module with 8 input bytes and 8 output bytes

Simple programming via process image inputs and process image outputs ( PII/PIQ).
No function block required.

Fully compatible with all MOBY-I components: Unrestricted use with all MDS mobile data
carriers, SLG read/write devices and the STG service and test unit

Up to 2 SLG read/write devices can be driven from one ASM 410 in time multiplex mode

One 5byte data block is processed with each command;


for larger amounts of data, several commands must be processed consecutively.

Interferencefree design by galvanic isolation of MOBY-I interface to S5 bus

Status and error indications clearly displayed on the front panel of the module

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CPU 100 V.02 and higher (6ES5100-8MA-02)
S5-95U
S5-90U
Restricted use in ET 100U

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2. The ASM 410


2.1 Mechanical Design
The ASM 410 is the same size as all other standard modules of the SIMATIC S5100U series. It can be
plugged directly onto the bus modules (6ES5 7008MA11 or 6ES5 7008MA21).
Ventilation slits of the adapter capsule
It is important to ensure that the slits
are not covered during operation.
Forced ventilation is not required.
Label insert
The English equivalent is on the reserve.

LEDs
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3

Fehler
aktiv
ANW
1.SLG
2.SLG
Power

1 2 3

Betriebsart
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Status and error LEDs (See table 1.)


A
B

Mode selection switch (See table 2.)

6 8 A
4
C
2 0 E

normal
ECC
Testbetr.
Test+ECC
INIT norm
INIT ECC
res.
res.

Connector to serial S5 bus

TEST
8 1.SLG
bzw.
2.SLG
9
res.
F

9way subminiature D connector for connecting the


STG service and test unit with cable 6GT20910B...
(screw lock)

STG

Coding plug (not shown; on reverse side of


module).
Fixed in position H" to denote analog module.

10-way connector to bus module (24 V supply,


interface to SLG read/write device)
See chapter 2.2

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Table 1
No.

Colour

A1

Red

A2

Yellow

A3

Green

Mobile data carrier within range of SLG. The SLG that has detected the MDS is
identified by the LEDs B1 and B2. (The LED is only on when presence detection is
in operation; see chapter 3.1.)

B1

Green

B1 = 1st SLG

is in use

B2

Green

B2 = 2nd SLG

is in use

B3

Green

B3 = Power ON:

This LED is always on as long as the 24 V supply to the module is


present. Use the STG service and test unit to test the module.

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Error: The last command was terminated with an error
, or the hardware of the
module is defective.
Rapid, irregular flashing indicates that a dialog with the SLG or the mobile data carrier
(MDS) is currently in progress. This LED is on when presence detection is
enabled.

ASM 410

Note:

Only one of the two LEDs (B1 or B2) should


be on at a time. Check the cabling to the SLG if
both LEDs are on at the same time.
(See chapter 4.2.)

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Mode selection switch:


Positions 0 to 7:

Setting the mode of operation:


The ASM 410 uses the serial S5 bus. The STG interface is inactive.

Positions 8 to F:

Test mode using the STG service and test unit:


Telegrams from the S5 are ignored.
Note: The functionality of the serial S5 bus is not affected by switching to test
mode since it has its own microprocessor and can operate independently of
all MOBY-I activities.

Attention:

Remember to perform a new start or RESET after changing the mode selec
tion switch.

Table 2
Mode of Operation
Switch
Position

Text
on Label Insert

Description

Normal

Normal operation; read from and write to all types of


MDS; ECC driver is inactive.

ECC driver

Read from and write to all types of MDS; the ECC driver
is enabled (see chap. 4).

Test operation

All types of MDS can be processed in test mode. The ASM


410 tightens up its error controls while communicating
with the MDS. Weak points and malfunctions can thus be
detected during commissioning.

Test + ECC

The ECC driver is enabled (see chap. 4);


- otherwise the same as position 2

INIT normal

Initialisation of the MDS. An INIT command is sent to the


MDS at the start of a write command via the process
image. This deletes the contents of the MDS.

INIT ECC

Initialisation of the MDS with the ECC


driver;
- Otherwise the same as position 4

6
7

Reserved

Test (only for MOBYI operation)


8

1st or 2nd SLG

An STG service and test device can be connected via the


9way subminiature D connector so that all MOBY-I
hardware can be tested.

9
F

Reserved

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2.2 Block Diagram


power supply

Galvanic
isolation

5 V DC


MOBY-I

24 V DC

+24 V

Ext. power
supply

S5

+9 V
SI
Clear

+24 V

MOBY-I processor
EPROM, RAM

SYAS processor
+ shift register

Clock

TxD

TxD

Latch

RxD

RxD

GND
+ TxD
- TxD

STG

+ RxD
- RxD

Ident
S0

RS 422

GND

TxD

RxD

Multiplexer

Clamp or crimp
connector for SLG
(depends on bus module)
Interface to
1st SLG

SLG

Interface to
2nd SLG

The ASM 410 is equipped with 2 microprocessors (SYAS and MOBY-I processor) which are galvani
cally isolated by 2 optocouplers. As a result, no external interferences can influence the S5. The SYAS
processor (synchronous / asynchronous processor) services the synchronous interface to the S5. It
stores incoming data from the PIQ (process image output) which it then sends to the MOBY-I proces
sor after a short delay via the asynchronous interface. Error detection and telegram repetition via the
3964R procedure make it impossible to disrupt this interprocessor interface. The following rules of
communication apply to both processes:
The SYAS processor always sends the MOBYI processor a telegram when any bit in the PIQ is
changed by the application programmer.
The MOBYI processor sends the SYAS processor a telegram for changes in presence, acknowledgement of a command, finished message of a command and return of power. These telegrams appear in
the PII for the user.
Caution:
Telegrams between the SYAS and MOBY-I processors can be lost if the handshake
described in chapter 3.2 is not used.
Power supply:
The SYAS processor receives its power from the +9 V supply of the S5 CPU. This means that the SYAS
CPU services the S5 bus as soon as the S5 CPU is switched on regardless of the 24 V supply. The
MOBY-I processor (and all MOBY-I components) receive their power from the external 24 V supply.
During commissioning it is therefore possible to test all MOBY-I components with the STG service and
test unit without having to switch on the S5 CPU (see chapter 7).
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2.3 Pin Assignments


Pin Assignments to STG: RS 422 Interface
9way subminiature D connector

Pin Assignment to STG


Pin

Function

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Hsg.

Not used
+ Transmit
+ Receive
Not used
- Receive
- Transmit
Ground (0 V)
+24 V
Not used
Cable shield

Terminal Assignments on the Bus Module:

BUS MODULE
(Left Side)

(Right Side)

9
Bus module with
screw or crimp
connection

Terminal

10

10

Function

+24 V external power supply for MOBY-I (ASM 410, STG and SLG)

2
3
4
5
6

0 V: Ground for ASM 410 and all SLGs and STG


+ TxD
Transmit to 1st SLG
- TxD
Data cables
to 1st SLG
+ RxD
Receive from 1st SLG
- RxD

7
8

+ TxD
- TxD

Transmit to 2nd SLG

9
10

+ RxD
- RxD

Receive from 2nd SLG

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2.4 Cable Connections of the ASM 410


Number of ASM 410s and Addressing:
PLCs

Max. Number of
ASM 410s per Station

Addressing

S5100U

S595U

4/8

8 modules can be used with the S595U


starting with release status 4/94.

S590U

Limitation to 2 modules due to the power


pack of the SIMATIC S590U

ET 100U

Any

Cf. chap. 3.6.1

ET 200U

Any

Cf. chap. 3.6.2

Remarks

* Slotoriented addressing
S5100U
95U
90U

64
to
71

72
to
79

80
to
87

88
to
95

96
to
103

104
to
111

112
to
119

120
to
127

Slot
number
Address
allocation for ASM 410
Free slots for
additional digital modules

Overview of Cabling Options:

Bus module of S5100U with


ASM 410 interface module

Service and test unit


STG 4F

SIEMENS

SIEMENS

Read/write device
SLG

Mobile data carrier


MDS

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Mobile data carrier


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Cabling of One or Two SLGs:

Mounting rail

B U S MODULE
1

10

Terminal strip
on bus module

Shield

Cable shield

+24 V

+ RxD
- RxD

0V

+ TxD
- TxD
+24 V

From external
power supply

0V

gn
ye
wh
br
pk
gr

Colour coding3 of cable


supplied by Siemens

1st SLG

Max. cable length = 1000 m1

+ RxD
- RxD
+ TxD
- TxD
+24 V
0V

gn
ye
wh
br
pk
gr

2nd SLG

Cable incl. SLG connector and open end with core


end ferrule 6GT2091-0D... 2

The maximum cable length depends on which SLG is connected and the
tolerance of the external 24 V supply. (See chapter 2 of MOBY catalogue.)

MOBY length code

Colour coding
gn = green
ye = yellow
wh = white
br = brown
pk = pink
gr = grey

=
=
=
=
=
=

Pin 4 in SLG connector


Pin 5 in SLG connector
Pin 6 in SLG connector
Pin 1 in SLG connector
Pin 2 in SLG connector
Pin 3 in SLG connector

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3. Programming
The ASM 410 is programmed directly by the user. Commands are started and data fetched in STEP5 by
setting and scanning just a few control bits in the process image (PIQ/PII). You can program in an FB or
a PB or directly in OB1. A special function block is not required.
3.1 Representation of the ASM 410 in the Process Image
***

The ASM 410 is designed as an analog input/output module and takes up 8 bytes of the
process image. The length of a telegram is therefore 8 bytes.

***

5 bytes of data on the mobile data carrier are always processed for each command.

***

The user sends a telegram to the PIQ and receives a status (or the results) in the PII each
time a new cycle starts.

The following is transmitted to the ASM from the PIQ:


-- Start of command: read, write, initialise or reset
-- MDS address
-- User data for a write command
The following is returned to the application program from the PII:
-- Command status
-- Error byte for precise error decoding
-- Data read from the MDS
Note:
Multiplexer Operation with 2 SLGs:
Although up to 2 SLG read/write devices can be connected to one ASM 410, only one SLG can be active
at a time. You cannot switch to the other SLG until the active SLG has indicated that it is finished.
If the user issues another command while one is still active, it will be ignored.
Exception: A reset command can be executed at any time. The command currently being processed
will be aborted. If that command is a write command, the reset command will be completed
with an appropriate message.
Caution:
Time-Controlled Program Processing with OB13
The OB13 is called in the SIMATIC during the normal cycle completely asynchronously. This can
cause inconsistencies in the PIQ/PII for the MOBY modules. Adhere to the following rules when
programming the ASM 410:
a) Do not process an OB13. (System data word SD 97 of the SIMATIC must have the value
0". See SIMATIC manual.)
b) If you have to work with OB13, you must disable alarm processing with the AS" command
while MOBY is being processed. After MOBY processing is completed, you must enable
alarm processing again with the AF" command. (See example in chapter 3.3.)
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PIQ:

Byte:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Bit: 7

Control byte
Address MSB
Address LSB
1st byte / INIT
2nd byte
3rd byte
4th byte
5th byte

Start address
on MDS
Res.
Res.
for FB

User data:
5 bytes for a
write command

Expanded
RESET4

SLG ON/OFF 5
(presence detection)

Dialog mode6:

PII:
Byte:
1
Status byte
2 Address MSB
3 Address LSB
4 1st byte / error
5
2nd byte
6
3rd byte
4th byte
7
8
5th byte

Bit: 7

Start address
on MDS

0 = Normal operation
1 = Dialog

Ready

00 = Nothing
active1
01 = Read
10 = Write/INIT
11 = Reset

MDS detected
(1 = presence)
Error2

Command:
00 = ACKNOWLEDGE
command
01 = Read
10 = Write/INIT
11 = Reset
0 = SLG no. 1
1 = SLG no. 2

Battery
3
low

User data:
5 bytes for a
read command

0
1

= SLG no. 1
= SLG no. 2

ECC correction:
1 = ECC correction
was performed.

1
2

No command was processed since powering up the system or the MOBY CPU has been restarted (failure of 24 V supply).
The ERROR bit signals the occurrence of an error. The READY bit is also set. Exact error code in byte 4 of the PII. Bytes 5 to 8 do
not contain valid data.

Battery low: This bit can be set by the ASM after each command. It indicates that the battery voltage in the MDS is low. When
Battery low"=1, the MDS will still operate for a certain period of time. To avoid loss of data on the MDS, replace the MDS or the
MDS battery as soon as possible.

It is mandatory that this bit be set if you are using the MDS 507/407E. It has the following effect on the PII:
Expanded RESET = 0 ! Bit 4 in the PII indicates that the RAM backup battery is empty. Bit 4 in the PII is set after each
command for MDS models equipped with EEPROM.
Expanded RESET = 1 ! Bit 4 in the PII indicates that the RAM backup battery is empty or a dialogue battery is empty.
The expanded RESET bit may only be set during the RESET command. This bit must be reset during read/write accesses.

The SLG ON/OFF bit must be set to 0 before switching the MOBY operating mode.

When the dialog bit is set, dialog mode is switched on with the RESET command. The selection mode switch of the ASM 410 must
be set to 0.
Since the VMDS is cleared on the ASM, this bit should be set to 0 again when the RESET command is being used in dialog mode.
Cf. chap. 3.8.

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Special Commands
PIQ: During initialisation. (Switch setting 4 or 5. See chapter 2.1.)
Bit:

Byte

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Control byte
00

End address +1:

00

MSB LSB

INIT data

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

00
MSB
LSB

00
00
08
20
80
02
00
00

Command:
00 = ACKNOWLEDGE
10 = INIT

MDS Type

40
80
00
00
00
F0
C0
10

62 bytes
128 bytes
2
Kbytes
8
Kbytes
32 Kbytes
MOBY E
MOBY F: MDS F4xx
MOBY F: MDS F2xx

1= Expanded RESET

The meaning of the PII is identical to the PIQ described above.


PIQ: Expanded RESET (switch setting 0 to 7)
S Switching on the MDS 507/407E operating mode
S Switch on/off MOBIV operating mode
The PIQ (bit 4 of byte 1) is used to parameterize the MDS 507/407E when the ASM 410 is used. tABTAST is
transferred during the reset command with byte 4 in the PIQ.
Byte:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Bit:

1st byte, tABTAST

Bit:

MOBY

Command:
11 = RESET
00 = ACKNOWLEDGE

Time value: 00 to 3F
Time factor:

Bit: 7

00
91
92
93
81
1

Control byte

00 =
11 =
10 =
11 =
4

=
=
=
=
=

0.01
0.1
1
10
2 1

1= Expanded RESET
(See bytes 4 and 5 in PIQ).

sec
sec
sec
sec

MOBY I/E
MOBY F: MDS F1xx
MOBY F: MDS F4xx
MOBY F: MDS F2xx
Switch MOBYV operating mode on/off

The tABTAST parameter is only transferred during the reset command when the MDS 55507/407E" bit is set at the same
time.
See the MDS 507/407E description for a detailed description of the handling of tABTAST.
It is strongly recommended that this bit be set when using the MDS 507/407E. It has the following effect on the PII:
Expanded RESET = 0 ! Bit 4 of the PII indicates that a RAM backup battery is empty. Bit 4 of the PII is set
after each command for MDS models equipped with EEPROM.
Expanded RESET = 1 ! Bit 4 of the PII indicates that a RAM backup battery is empty or a dialogue battery is empty.

PIQ: Perform FFT scan (only MOBYF)


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

00
00
00
00
XX
00

0
01 = Read
00 = ACK

1 = Special command
01 = Perform FFT

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3.2 Timing Diagram of the Control Signals


The control of MOBY-I commands to the ASM 410 is handled by a handshake procedure using the
control signals read/write and ready.
Read / write:
Ready:

a) Activation of a read or write command is initiated by the user setting bit 0 or 1 in the PIQ.
Note : Ready must be set before start of command.
b) The ASM 410 acknowledges the receipt of a new command while the command itself is executed
at the same time. The acknowledgement with ready = 0 does not have to follow in the next cycle;
several cycles may elapse between a and b.
c) User reset of the read/write control bits:
---> Issue acknowledge command.
This action is necessary so that the next command can be processed by the ASM 410. If no
acknowledge command" is issued, all subsequent commands except the reset command
will be ignored.
d) Completion of command by the ASM 410:
The error bit must be interrogated. User data in the PII is valid up to the start of the next command.
With the next cycle, a new MOBY-I command can be initiated in the PIQ.
Extra care...
... must be taken with the programming when the handshake is interrupted by presence mes
sages, RESET commands and SLG switchovers. The user program can hang up if the pro
gramming is wrong.
Frequent causes:
S

The user changes the PII as desired (i.e., in every cycle), and the cycle time in the SIMATIC
is less than 20 msec.

Frequent occurrence of presence massages. The MDS is located on the boundary of the
SLG, and the cycle time in the SIMATIC is relatively long (i.e., > 100 msec).

Read/write commands or RESET commands are sent to the MDS when an MDS is present
(e.g., when the MDS is in the border area).

After a RESET command, the user program does not perform a complete handshake with
acknowledge" and wait for finished message".

By following some simple rules, this problem can be avoided.


1. TIMEOUT monitoring in the user program:
The user sends a RESET command to the ASM when the user program does not receive a
reaction after a suitable amount of time based on the application.
2. Cycle time monitoring in the user program:
The PIQ for the ASM is only processed after more than 30 msec have passed since the last
PIQ was processed.
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The following timing diagram shows the exact representation of the data in the PII/PIQ.
Duration of one cycle
Cycle change:

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Read

Write

Address
QB 2+3

Write data
QB 4 to 8

Ready

Error

Address
IB 2+3

Read data
IB 4 to 8

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9
10

= Valid data

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No Initiated
by

ASM 410 Technical Description

Description

ASM

User

ASM

The ASM 410 is communicating with the MDS.

ASM

READY = 1
Read is completed. The data which was read is located in bytes 4 to 8 of the
input telegram.

After a restart (power on) the ASM 410 comes up with READY.
A RESET must be programmed in the cold start and restart OB.
Start of read command. With the cycle change, the rising READ edge and
the MDS address of QB2 and QB3 are passed to the ASM 410. The address and
READY bit = 0 do not appear in the input telegram of the ASM 410 until the next
cycle change.

The last results remain in the PII until the start of the next command.

User

Start of a write command; address and data to be written is passed to the


ASM 410.

ASM

Data being written to MDS.

ASM

Write command complete: Ready = 1

ASM

Command was terminated with an error . The error code is located in byte 4 of
the input telegram.

User

ACKNOWLEDGE command phase :


After a new command is acknowledged by the ASM 410 with READY = 0, the user
must issue an acknowledge command". The acknowledge command" must be
issued to the ASM after the command active signal (in PII: ready = 0) is received.
The acknowledge command" guarantees that the ASM 410 reports back the result
in the PIQ as soon as this is available.

10

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ASM 410 Technical Description

6GT2097-3AC00-0DA2

3.3 Programming Example


The ASM 410 which is installed in slot 0 of the S5100U is to activate a read command whenever the
START" flag is set by the user. The handshake procedure described in chapter 3.2 is used in the pro
gram.
The command parameters (address in MDS) are contained in OB21/OB22 (see chapter 3.4).
In the example below, the same addresses are read from each data carrier.
PB 10:
U
I
U
I
U
I
U
Q
UN
Q
BEB

64.0
64.1
64.7
64.0
64.1

U
U
U
UN
U
BEB

I
I
I
Q
Q

64.0
64.1
64.7
64.0
64.1

UN
UN

I 64.0
I 64.1

Reset command from cold start or restart not yet executed


.. or 24 V of ASM failed
..
.. > Wait for ASM to perform reset

UN
R
R
BEB

I 64.7
Q 64.0
Q 64.1

If READY inactive, then command being processed


.. issue an acknowledge command to the ASM 410

O
O
BEB

Q 64.0
Q 64.0

Has a command just been sent to the ASM 410, or not


.. yet acknowledged by ASM with ready = 0 ?
> Yes: then wait for ready = 0 (this resets bits 0 and 1)

U
S
BEB

I 64.6
ERROR

Command executed; completed with errors ?


.. If yes, set error flag. Error code in IB 67
.. > and abort the operation

IW 67
.
.
IW 69
.
.

UNTIL START OF NEXT MOBY COMMAND, MOBY DATA READ


ARE AVAILABLE IN PII STARTING AT IB 67.
Userrelated processing of data
NOTE: After a cold start or restart, this area of the PIQ
contains zeros

START
Q 64.0

If START is set, start same command again

BEB

If
..
..
..

PII indicates that


reset command has been executed,
then send an acknowledge in
PIQ to ASM 410

>

Wait for ready bit to be set in input

********** C O M M A N D E X E C U T E D C O R R E C T L Y *************

U
S
BE

If programming (with OB13) of the SIMATIC is timecontrolled, the MOBY call must be programmed
as follows:
.
.
.
AS
JU

; Disable alarms and time control


PB 10

AF

; Process MOBY
; Enable alarms

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.
.

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ASM 410 Technical Description

3.4 Programming of Cold Start and Restart Procedures


A RESET command for the ASM 410 must be programmed in the cold start and restart OBs
(OB 21/OB 22). This is to ensure that the ASM 410 sends the ready signal. After the reset com
mand, the PLC is synchronised with the ASM 410. In addition, a standard telegram can be issued in
OB 21/22. This is particularly useful if the same data block is always processed on the MDS.
Example: Read (or write) address 30 to 34 (dec.) on the MDS
OB21 / OB22:

L
T
L
T
L
T
BE

KH0000
QB65
KB30
QB66
KB3
QB64

Start address on the MDS is 30


Issue RESET command for synchronisation
(is sent to the ASM during first cycle change)

3.5 Application of SLG On/Off" and Presence"


The ASM 410 permits one of two SLGs to be activated via the SLG on/off" control bit without having to
process a command (see bit 5 of byte 1 in PIQ/PII).
SLG on/off = 1:
The SLG samples its surroundings to see whether a mobile data carrier is present. If one is detected, the
presence bit is set in the status byte of the PII after the next cycle change.
After the MDS has left the magnetic field, the presence bit is also reset in the PII while the SLG samples
the field for the next MDS.
A hysteresis function ensures that the presence bit is not constantly flipped should the mobile data car
rier stop exactly on the boundary of the SLG's magnetic field. This hysteresis function is handled by the
processor on the ASM.
Read/write commands can be sent completely transparently to the ASM 410 for presence monitoring.
Similarly, the presence bit" retains its validity after the start of a command.
SLG on/off = 0:
The user can enable and disable presence monitoring in the PIQ at all times.
If an SLG is deactivated (SLG on/off = 0), a presence bit in the PII will not be returned (i.e., no presence
bit is returned even if the ASM is currently processing a command with the MDS).
This enables projects to be implemented where the stipulated distance between SLGs can be reduced
as desired. The only requirement is that those SLGs situated close to one another be addressed in multi
plexer mode. This may be necessary in dynamic operation where large amounts of data have to be
transferred. Stopping the conveyor belt can be avoided by splitting up the data and distributing it
among several SLGs.
Note:

Of the two SLGs that can be connected, only one can be activated with SLG on/off" at a
time. When the user changes the SLG no." in the PIQ, the new SLG is activated automati
cally. Errors cannot be evaluated by the user when using SLG on/off=1". If the ASM de
tects an error (e.g., as a result of field interference), no presence bit is reported in the PII.
The error message is not sent until a read/write command is sent to the ASM.

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ASM 410 Technical Description

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Function Diagram:

SLG
c

b
b
Hysteresis field for
presence monitoring

a
MDS

Transmission window:
Exchange of data between
MDS and SLG

L, B: Dimensions of the transmission window of an


SLG read/write device at operational distance to
MDS (see manual)
L = Field length; B = Field width
h:

Hysteresis: Area in which the data carrier remains detected


after it has been detected (cf. below)

a) The point at which the data carrier is detected by the SLG.


Its presence is reported in the PII.
Starting now, the queued MOBY command is now executed on the MDS. The presence bit re
mains set.
b) The MOBY command must be completed by this point as the data carrier is leaving the
transmission window.
The presence bit remains set.
c) The presence bit is reset in the PII. The MDS has passed out of range of the SLG.
Length of the Hysteresis Field (at operational distance Sa): h
The length of the hysteresis field depends on the SLG and MDS model. The following applies:

0.1 mm < h < 15 mm

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Example of an SLG On/Off Application:


All pallets on a transfer line are to be counted by a MOBY station. In addition, a 6digit identification num
ber is to be read from each pallet. This task is to be performed by an SLG without proximity switches.

Diagram:
Overall start
Reset pallet counter
Issue MOBY command
Control byte : RESET command
SLG ON/OFF=1

Step pallet
counter
Status 4
Status 1

Wait
for
presence = 1

If command = read,
then forward data
(not for reset)

Send
ACK command
to ASM

Status 3

Wait for
presence = 0

Wait
for
READY=0

*
*

MDS could not


be read completely
Error if
command = read
READY =0;
Presence = 0

Wait for
end of command
READY=1

Status 2

Start
read
command

A new read command can be started immediately after the data carrier just read has passed out
of range of the SLG.

Programming of Cold Start and Restart:


OB21/OB22
L KH0023
T QB64

Reset command; SLG on/off = 1

L KB0
T QB65
L KB0
T QB66
BE

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Programming in a Function Block with STEP 5:


FB10
SEGMENT 1
U
U
U
S
UN
JC
UN
UN
UN
S
BEB
UN
BEB
U
S
BEB
R
S
U
BEB
L
:
L
:
L
:
BEB
NXT:***

I 64.0
I 64.1
I 64.7
STATUS4
STATUS1
=NXT
Q 64.1
I 64.7
I 64.5
ERROR

Wait for Ready from ASM 410

The system waits for a new


.. data carrier following a
.. cold start or restart

I 64.7
I 64.6
ERROR
STATUS1
STATUS2
I 64.1
IB67
IB68
IB69

SEGMENT 2

> MDS could not be read completely


Check for errors
Switch to next status
Command was not a read command
> Data not processed
)
)
) Process the 6digit number read
)
)
)

Wait till MDS has left the SLG window

UN
JC
U
BEB
R
S
R
S
BEA
NXT:***

STATUS2
=NXT
I 64.5
STATUS2
STATUS3
Q 64.1
Q 64.0

FB10
SEGMENT 3

Switch to next status


Set Start bit for read

Wait for command acknowledgement from ASM 410

UN
JC=NXT
U
BEB
R
S
R
BEA
NXT:***

STATUS3
I 64.7
STATUS3
STATUS4
Q 64.0

SEGMENT 4

Switch to next status if acknowledged

Wait for new data carrier

UN
JC
UN
BEB

STATUS4
=NXT
I 64.5

Wait for presence = 1


Queued read command executed automatically
if new MDS detected

R
S
L
L
+F
T
NXT:BE

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STATUS1
PALCNT
KB1

Switch to program status 1


Step pallet counter

PALCNT

The user can place the program variables anywhere in the flag area.

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3.6 Using the ASM 410 as Decentralized Periphery


3.6.1 Use in the ET 100U
SIMATIC
C
P
U

Central controller: S5115U


S5135U
S5150U
S5155U

ET 100U

Max. cable length


3000 m

Max. of 2 ASM 410s per ET 100U


ET 100U

DI

DQ

DQ

Max. of 32 ET 100Us
The ASM 410 is used in the ET 100 as an analog module. If the module is being parameterised with COM
ET 100 software, it must be specified with 4AX for the corresponding slot. The ASM 410 occupies 8 input
and 8 output bytes (i.e., 16 bytes). Since up to 32 bytes can be used by each ET 100 in the process
image of the central controller, a maximum of 2 modules can be used with each ET 100. If other modules
(in addition to the ASM 410) are to be used in an ET 100, only one MOBY-I module can be installed.
The ASM 410 in the ET 100 can be addressed from every address area of the PLC (P, Q, IM3 and IM4).
General notes:
The ASM 410 interface module cannot replace the ASM 400 module (the S5 modules used for MOBY-I)
used during operation with the ET 100U.
MOBY operation with the ET 100 is not recommended for applications in which large amounts of data
have to be processed, or very fast controller response times are involved.
Bear these points in mind when designing your system.
Special programming notes:
A characteristic of the ETAS308 interface module in the central controller is that it transfers data to
and from the peripherals (ET 100Us) regardless of the cycle change of the S5. The incorrect pro
gramming sequence then causes the 8byte command telegrams to be forwarded to the ASM 410
with incorrect data.
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Note:

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Bytes 2 to 8 must sent first in the command telegram (e.g., PIQ) and then the start of a com
mand in byte 1 (control byte) with the transfer command. Individual bits in the control byte
cannot be set and reset.

If the MOBY interface module receives an incomplete command (as described above), it will be ignored
until the read or write bit is recognised in the control byte.
Data is transferred from ET 100U to S5 independently of the shift cycle in an ET 100U. This may, however,
cause incomplete response telegrams to be received by the central controller.
Only after an additional delay corresponding to the total data transmission time" of the system, can the
user be sure that all data are available in the PII in the central controller.
Note:

When the READY bit is set in the PII in response to a read command, the user must start a
timer with a time equal to/greater than the total data transmission time" of the system. Only
when this timer has expired can the user be certain that the data is available in the PII for
further processing.

Calculating the total transmission time of the system:


(See pages 3-24 ff of chapter 3 of the ET 100U Manual.)
As per formula on page 3-35:

t trans max

t A max

t B max

tC

tC

Transmission distance

I/O bus

Calculation as shown
in manual of ET 100U

Time for I/O bus transmission


can be assumed to
be a constant of 8 msec.
(i.e., transmission of 8 bytes
on the I/O bus)

Applicable to the ASM 410:

t trans max = t A max

+ t B max

+ 8 msec

Therefore: the wait time required by the system in an average configuration is between 10 and 70
msec. This corresponds to between 1 to 5 cycles of the controller.
Diagram of the Read Sequence:

Wait for
Ready = 0
Start read
command

Send
ack. cmd.
to ASM
Wait for
Ready = 1

Process
read data
Wait until
timer expires

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Programming Example :
Three (3) bytes are to be written to the data carrier starting at address 5. The data to be written is in
FY 10 to FY 12. The ASM 410 is located in the Parea at address 80.
A new data carrier is to be written each time a rising edge occurs on the start switch".
ON
ON
ON
JC
L
T
M002:

UN
R
UN
UN
BEB
U
JC
L
T
BEA
NXT1: O
O
BEB
U
S
BEB

I 80.0
I 80.1
I 80.7
=M002
KB0
QB64
START
EFSTART
I 80.0
I 80.1
I 80.7
=NXT1
KB0
QB80 *
Q 80.0
Q 80.1
I 80.6
ERROR

Issue acknowledge after reset


..command
)
) > Edge flag for START
)
)
)
)
)
) identical to example in chap. 3.3
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
If read command, then start timer here with system
transmission time before read data become valid

UN
BEB
U
BEB
S
L
T
L
T
L
T
L
T
L
T
L
T
BE
*
**

START
> No new command start
EFSTART
EFSTART
KB0
QB81
KB5
QB82
FW10
QB83
FW13
QB85
FY14
QB87
KH0002
QB80 **

> No new rising edge from Start


**** START COMMAND ****
Specify address MSB
Specify address LSB...

...and write data...


...in PIQ
Start write command

Output of ACKNOWLEDGE command" may not be performed with 2 RESET output bit" commands as in the example in chapter 3.
The command start must be the last action (unconditional) when issuing the command.

3.6.2 Use in the ET 200


The ASM 410 may be used in the ET 200 under the following conditions:
- ET 200s equipped with an ASM 410 must be operated in slow mode". See the ET 200 Manual for
setting of slow mode".
- The ASM 410 is parameterised with the COM ET 200" software.:
S

ET 200U in acc. w. Siemens standard: The ASM 410 module must be parameterised with 095 or
223. The 223 parameterisation is somewhat slower. The 8 bytes of the process image are always
consistent.

ET 200U in acc. w. DP standard: The ASM 410 module must be parameterised with 4AX or 243.

- Up to four ASM 410s can be driven from one ET 200. If DI/DQ or other I/O devices are also driven by
the ET 200, the maximum number of ASM 410s is reduced.
- The response to a read command is available immediately if the ready bit is set. Using a timer to wait
for the read data (see ET 100U) is not necessary here.
Otherwise, the conditions described in chapter 3.6.1 apply.
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3.6.3 Use with SIMATIC S7 via ET 200U


Configuration:
S7300/400

ASM 410

ET 200U
24 V
PROFIBUS

SLG 1
SLG 2
PROFIBUSDP

Programming Example:
DB 100 is used for indirect addressing as the global data block. System functions SFC 14 and SFC 15
must be programmed for the data transmission to and from the ASM 410. These functions must be called
cyclically.
The write data are stored starting at DBB 22.
The read data are available starting at DBB 33.
SLG switchover is handled here via I 0.7.
Input 0.1 is programmed as the start command.
AUF DB 100
CALL DPWR_DAT
LADDR :=W#16#80
RECORD :=P#DB100.DBX 20.0 BYTE 8
RET_VAL:=DB100.DBW10
CALL DPRD_DAT
LADDR :=W#16#80
RET_VAL:=DB100.DBW11
RECORD :=P#DB100.DBX 30.0 BYTE 8
U
DBX
30.0
U
DBX
30.1
U
DBX
30.7
R
DBX
20.0
R
DBX
20.1
UN DBX
30.0
UN DBX
30.1
BEB
UN DBX
30.7
R
DBX
20.0
R
DBX
20.1
BEB
O
DBX
20.0
O
DBX
20.1
BEB
U
DBX
30.6
S
A
8.0
BEB
U
E
0.1
=
DBX
20.0
U
E
0.7
=
DBX
20.2
BE

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//Write SFC 15 to DP slave


//Addresse 128
//Length 8 bytes
//SFC 15 error message
//Read SFC 14 from DP slave
//Addresse 128
//SFC 14 error message
//Length 8 bytes
//RESET was performed
//in startup OB 100
//Then send acknowledge
//If no RESET performed, then
//wait here
//If finished inactive, then
//send acknowledge

//If command was started and


//finished not yet returned,
//then wait here
//Error occurred?
//Set output 8.0
//and stop program
//Start read command
//with input 0.0
//Input 0.7 causes switch
//to SLG 2

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3.7 Processing Mobile Data Carriers


Mobile data carriers with different memory capacities are available. The versions currently available are:
- 62 (42)*
bytes RAM
(e.g., MDS 115)
- 128 (112)*
bytes EEPROM (e.g., MDS 213E)
- 2
(1.7)*
Kbytes RAM
(e.g., MDS 302)
- 8
(7)*
Kbytes EEPROM (e.g., MDS 413E and 438E)
- 32 (28)*
Kbytes RAM
(e.g., MDS 505, 506 and 515)
752 (658)*
bytes EEPROM (MOBY E)
40
bits
fixed code (MOBY F MDS 1xx)
32
bytes EEPROM (MOBY F MDS 2xx)
256
bytes EEPROM (MOBY F MDS 4xx)
* Net capacity in ECC mode

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Addressing of the data carriers is linear from address 0000 to the end address. The ASM determines the
amount of memory on the MDS automatically. The user receives an error message if an address beyond
the end of the MDS is specified.

Addressing

KH
Normal

KY
with ECC

Normal

KF
with ECC

Normal

with ECC

62-Byte Data Carrier with RAM


Start address
End address

0000
003D

0000
0029

00,00
00,61

0,0
0,41

+0
+ 61

+0
+ 41

+0
+ 127

+0
+ 111

+0
+ 2044

+0
+ 1777

+0
+ 8188

+0
+ 7153

+0
+ 32764

+0
+ 28657

128-Byte Data Carrier with EEPROM


Start address
End address

0000
007F

0000
006F

00,00
00,127

00,00
0,111

2-Kbyte Data Carrier with RAM


Start address
End address

0000
07FC

0000
06F1

00,00
07,252

00,00
06,241

8-Kbyte Data Carrier with EEPROM


Start address
End address

0000
1FFC

0000
1BF1

00,00
31,252

00,00
27,241

32-Kbyte Data Carrier with RAM


Start address
End address

0000
7FFC

0000
6FF1

00,00
127,252

00,00
111,241

752-Byte Data Carrier with EEPROM (MOBY E)


Start address
0000
0000
End address
02EF
0291
Read out ID no. (can only be read in one piece)
Start address
1FF0

Length
0004

0,0
2,239

0,0
2,145

+0
+ 751

+0
+ 657

31,240
0,4

8176
4

+0
+4

0,16
0,31

+ 16
+ 31

0,0
0,4

+0
+4

MOBY F MDS F1xx (5 Bytes)


Start address
End address

0000
0004

0,0
0,4

MOBY F MDS F2xx (32 Bytes)


Start address
0010

End address
001F

Read out ID no. (can only be read in one piece)


Start address
0000

Length
0004

MOBY F MDS F4xx (256 Bytes)


Start address
0040

End address
00FF

Read out ID no. (can only be read in one piece)


Start address
0000

Length
0004

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0,255

+ 64
+ 255

0,0
0,4

+0
+4

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3.8 Dialog Operation


The dialog function of MOBY I can be used to transfer data from one interface to another.
To switch on dialog mode on the ASM 410, the user must set bit 3 (i.e., a control byte of the PIQ) and then
perform a RESET. Cf. chap. 3.1. The mode selection switch on the ASM 410 must be positioned to 0.
Note:
When dialog mode is on, the module can only be reset by turning it off.
When dialog mode is switched on, the VMDS is cleared.
If the RESET command is repeated, the VMDS is not cleared if bit 3 of the control byte is set to 0.

3.8.1 How is the MOBYI Dialog Set Up?


The following figure shows dialog communication with MOBYI.

Station_N

Station_D

MOBY-I interface
in normal operation
(e.g., ASM 400 in SIMATIC S5)

MOBY-I interface
in dialog operation
(e.g., ASM 410 in SIMATIC S5)

VMDS

Read or write
the VMDS with FB 250

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Read/write/
initialize the VMDS
with
FB 41 or via PIQ
(Cf. chap. 3.1.)

Station_N reads/writes the VMDS


through the clearance in air.

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Designation

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Explanation

Station_N

Normal ASM from MOBY I (i.e., ASM 400, ASM 410, ASM 420, ASM 440,
ASM 450, ASM 470 and SIM4x). The user operates station_N in the usual
way (i.e., as if the user wanted to exchange data with an MDS).

SLG_N

An SLG (i.e., SLG 41, SLG 42, SLG 43 and SLG 44) which is connected to
station_N.

Station_D

Dialog ASM from MOBY I (i.e., ASM 400, ASM 410, ASM 450 and ASM 470).
While being turned on, station_D is parameterized with a user command as
dialog ASM. During parameterization, a 16Kbyte memory area is defined
on station_D. This memory area is called VMDS
(i.e., virtual MDS). It is used as communications memory. Processing of
station_D by the user is the same as with the program on station_N.
Station_D uses the same tools as station_N (e.g., FB 47).

SLG_D

An SLG (i.e., SLG 41, SLG 42, SLG 43 and SLG 44) which is connected to
station_D.

VMDS

Virtual mobile data carrier. The VMDS is a 16Kbyte memory area on


station_D. The VMDS is specified and cleared when station_D is turned on
and parameterized.

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3.8.2 How Does the User Work with the MOBYI Dialog?
Example
The user program on station_D issues a write command containing the data to be transferred. The com
mand is executed immediately. The data are now available in the VMDS. This concludes the job of
station_D. The user program on station_N issues a read command. At this time, SLG_N and SLG_D
may not yet be facing each other in the transmission window. As soon as SLG_D enters the transmis
sion window of SLG_N, the desired data are read. The data are read from the VMDS and transferred to
the user on station_N. The green ANW LED on each ASM indicates the presence of a dialog SLG/ASM.
Communication time during dialog
The same times apply to the configuration of the communication time as described in the MOBY catalog.

tk = 16 msec + 0.8 msec * nbyte


Transmission window during dialog
The transmission window of SLG_D to SLG_N has a polarization direction (i.e., SLG_D and SLG_N must
be positioned at certain angles to each other). The following figure shows the transmission window
during dialog.

SLG_D

Sg
Sa
Direction of movement from
SLG_D to SLG_N

SLG_N

View of side

View of top

Enlargement of the transmission window when SLG_D and


SLG_N use minimum working distance
Sa =
Sg =
L =
B =

Working distance
Limit distance
Length of the transmission window
Width of the transmission window

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Field data during dialog operation


The following table lists the field data during dialog operation. Dimensions are shown in millimeters.

All Specifications
in mm

SLG 41SLG 41

SLG 42SLG 42

SLG 43SLG 43

SLG 44SLG 44

Length of the
transmission
window (L)

60

230

600

3000

Width of the transmission window (B)

30

80

280

1300

0 to 15

0 to 70

20 to 250

200 to 1000

Working
distance (Sa)
Limit distance (Sg)
Distance from
SLG to SLG (D)

30

130

450

2500

> 200

> 800

> 2000

> 10000

Dialog with ECC


ECC mode must always be off during dialog operation.
New start of an ASM 410 as station_D
When dialog operation is turned on, the ASM 410 checks to determine whether the SLG is correctly
connected and powered. If not, the red LED permanently indicates a triple flashing pattern. Process
image PII does not give the user an error message.

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ASM 410 Technical Description

4. The ECC Driver


The ECC driver (Error Correction Code) is an option in the ASM 410 firmware. It is set during commis
sioning with the mode selection switch:
Mode selection switch in position 1, 3 or 5

! ECC driver is on.

Use:
The ECC driver provides additional assurance of accurate data on the MDS. Manufacturers of MDS
models equipped with EEPROMs guarantee up to 10,000 write operations only. If the ECC driver is
used, you can continue to use the MDS until the actual end of its life and still be assured of accurate
data.
The ECC driver can also be used for the MDS models equipped with RAMs in situations in which
extremely high levels of interference are likely to disrupt communications.
Call:
When installing the system, all the programmer has to do is make sure the mode selection switch is set
correctly.
1 ! Read and write MDS with ECC
3 ! Read and write with stricter error checking (with ECC)
5 ! Initialise MDS with ECC
All other parameters, such as
-

setup of MDS data structure


start address
programming and interrogation via PIQ/PII

do not need to be modified.


Function:
The ECC driver divides MDS memory into 16byte blocks (14 bytes of user data and 2 bytes of ECC
information). At least one block is read or written each time the MDS is accessed. This slows down
access to the MDS data (see table in catalogue). If an ECC MDS is read without the ECC driver
(e.g., with switch = 0 or with the STG), the ECC bytes between the user data can be recognised. If
an ECC MDS is written without the ECC driver, the data structure of the MDS is destroyed. The MDS
(i.e., the destroyed data block) can no longer be read by the ECC driver.
Data Correction:
If at some time the MDS loses a bit of data (e.g., as can happen when EEPROM MDSs are overwrit
ten very frequently ), the ECC driver is able to reconstruct the lost data bit. The user is assured of
correct data. The user can examine and evaluate the correction via a status bit ( bit 3 of byte 0) in
the PII (e.g., to determine whether prompt replacement of the worn out" MDS is required).

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Example:
Data structure of a 62byte MDS. This table is for clarification purposes only and can be ignored by
the programmer/user).

MDS Address from


User's View Point

Address on MDS

0
1

0
1

13

13
14
15

14
15

16
17

27

29
30
31

28
29

32
33

41

45
46
47
48
61

Meaning

14 bytes of user data

1st block

ECC
ECC
14 bytes of user data

2nd block

ECC
ECC
14 bytes of user data

3rd block

ECC
ECC
An incomplete block at the end of MDS
memory cannot be used for user data.

Please note:
- More time is needed to access MDS data (less data can be processed in dynamic mode).
- The net capacity of the MDS is reduced (see chapter 3.7).
- The results of a data correction may be delayed by up to one second.
- A normal" MDS must be initialised before being commissioned with an active ECC driver
(e.g., with an STG).

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5. Error Evaluation
An error detected by the interface module is indicated as follows :
- - Red LED: Flashing pattern corresponds to the error number.
The flashing pattern will continue until the 24 V supply of the ASM 410 is turned off.
- - Error bit set in bit 6 of the status byte of the PII
The SLG number addressed is also stored in the bit 2 of byte 1 of the PII.
The exact error code is always located in byte 4 of the PII.
The error bit and error code remain stored in the PII until a new command is started (or the PLC is turned
off).
A reset command is not required after an error occurs. Instead, you can start a new read or write com
mand immediately after error evaluation.
ASM errors:
General:
7

Meaning, causes and remedies


6

Error indication
PII, Byte 4

Flashing
Pattern of
Red LED

Description

Once

No communication between ASM and SIMATIC has taken place yet.


-> Perform reset via the PIQ.

00000011
(03)

3 times

Error in the connection to the SLG. The SLG does not answer.
-> Cable between ASM and SLG is wired incorrectly, or cable break.
-> 24 V supply voltage is not connected or is not turned on.
-> Hardware defective: ASM 410 or SLG

00000100
(04)

4 times

Error in the memory of the MDS


The MDS has never been writeaccessed, or its memory was lost during a battery
failure (only with a RAMMDS).
-> Replace MDS (if the battery bit is set).
-> Initialise MDS with STG.
-> Initialise MDS via SIMATIC.
(Mode selection switch in position 4 or 5)

00000101
(05)

5 times

Unknown command
The user has issued a command to the MDS which it cannot interpret.
-> Access to address greater than address area of the MDS
-> The ASM 410 was started in switch position 4 or 5 (i.e., initialisation)
with a read command. Only write accesses are permitted during
initialisation.
Meaning for MOBY-F
-> Read/write area is protected by password.
-> FFT command with presence monitoring
-> Operating mode is not suitable for the command (e.g., MOBY-I with
FFT command).
-> Switch position 4 (INIT) with read/write command

00000110
(06)

6 times

Field interference on the SLG


The SLG is receiving interference from the environment.
-> External field of interference; the interference field can be
determined with the inductive field indicator" of the STG.
-> The distance between two SLGs is too small and does not meet
the configuration guidelines.
-> The connection cable to the SLG is receiving interference, is too
long or does not meet specifications.

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PII, Byte 4

Flashing
Pattern of
Red LED

Description

00000111
(07)

7 times

Too many sending errors


Despite several attempts, the MDS was unable to receive the command or the write
data from the ASM correctly.
-> The MDS is right on the border of the transmission window.
-> Data transmission to the MDS is being disturbed by external
interferences.

00001000
(08)

8 times

CRC sending error


-> Monitoring has detected an error during sending. This can only
happen when the mode selection switch is in position 2 or 3.
-> Cause: Same as error 00000110
-> MDS reports a great number of CRC errors.
-> MDS is in the boundary area of the SLG.
-> Hardware of MDS and/or SLG is defective.

00001001
(09)

9 times

Only during initialisation (mode selection switch in position 4 or 5):


CRC error for receipt of acknowledgement by MDS
-> Cause: Same as error 00000110
Meaning for MOBYF
-> Wrong MDS type for expanded RESET command (MOBY parameter)

00001010
(0A)

10 times

Only during initialisation (mode selection switch in position 4 or 5):


MDS cannot execute INIT command.
-> MDS is defective.

00001011
(0B)

11 times

Only during initialisation (mode selection switch in position 4 or 5):


Timeout during initialisation
-> MDS is right on the border of the transmission window.
-> MDS is using too much power (defective).

00001100
(0C)

12 times

Memory of MDS cannot be writeaccessed.


-> Memory of MDS is defective.
-> EEPROMMDS was writeaccessed too often (i.e., is worn out").

00001101
(0D)

13 times

Address error
Address area of MDS was exceeded.
-> Start address in bytes 2 and 3 of PIQ was specified incorrectly.
-> MDS is not the right model.

00001110
(0E)

14 times

ECC error (selection mode switch in position 1, 3 or 5):


MDS cannot read the data.
-> MDS data have been lost (MDS defective).
-> MDS was not initialised with ECC driver.
-> Initialise MDS.
-> MDS EEPROM is defective. Data have been lost.
-> Replace MDS.
-> MDS was moved out of the field while being writeaccessed.
-> MDS is not positioned correctly.

00001111
(0F)

15 times

MOBY-F: Driver error


-> Internal error
-> FFT command with MDS F1xx in the field

00011011
(1B)

27 times

MOBY-F: Checksum error


-> CRC check in data telegram is not correct.
-> Data distorted
-> Interface defective

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6. Transmission Times
The following time diagram shows a MOBY command sequence from command start" to command
ready".
S5

SYAS

MOBY

User pro
gram incl.
ASM 410
program
ming and
scanning
the
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Start MOBY command in user program


S5 cycle change: One S5 cycle change requires
an additional 2 msec for each ASM 410 regardless
of what task is being executed at the time.
Transfer command from SYAS processor
to MOBY CPU: 20 msec
MOBY processor executes MOBY command:
Time: Example:
16 msec + n x 0.8 msec
n = number of bytes to be transferred to MDS = 5
-> t = 20 msec
Acknowledgement telegram (does not affect
execution of MOBY command) from MOBY CPU
Ready = 0
Send ACKNOWLEDGE command to ASM 410
(does not delay execution of MOBY command)
Transfer result to SYAS CPU: 20 msec
Ready = 1
During next cycle change, SYAS CPU sends
result to S5 and thus PII.
Result is now available to user.

There are two primary factors which determine transmission speed.


a)

The serial transmission via the SYAS processor


- Transfer command to MOBY
- Transfer acknowledgement telegram to PII
- Transfer ACKNOWLEDGE command to MOBY
- Transfer result to PII
Total

b)

20
20
20
20

msec
msec
msec
msec

80 msec

The cycle time on the PLC


Four (4) to six (6) PLC cycles are required to process each command. At a cycle time of
10 msec, this means an average time delay of 50 msec.

When a RAMMDS is used, the time required for communication with the MDS is approxi
mately 20 msec. This time is not included when transmission time is calculated.
The following rule of thumb applies if larger data blocks are to be processed on the MDS.

t (100 bytes) > 2.6 seconds

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7. Commissioning
a) Insert the module in one of the free slots (0 to 7) and secure in place.
Note: Turn the coding pin" on the bus module to position 6" before installing the module.
Otherwise, the module cannot be inserted.
b) Connect the external power supply and the SLG to the screw or crimp terminal on the bus mo
dule.
-> Make sure wiring of 0 V and 24 V, and cable shield are correct.
c) Turn on the 24 V supply voltage.
LED B3 on the front panel must go on. Now use the STG to check that the MOBY components are
functioning properly and the wiring is correct (mode selection switch in position 8; the PLC can
remain off).
d) Set the desired command type on mode selection switch (positions 0 to 5).
(Operation with the S5 will now be tested.)
e) Program a reset command in the cold start and restart OB (chapter 3.4).
f) After the PLC is turned on, you can monitor the process image of the ASM on the PG with
FORCE VAR".
In this example, the ASM 410 has address 64.
PIQ:

QB64

0000 0011

QB65

00

QB66

00

QB67

00

QB68
QB69

00

QB70

00

QB71

00

00

After the reset command, the PII looks like this:


PII:

IB64

1000 0011

IB65

00

IB66

00

IB67

00

IB68
IB69

00

IB70

00

IB71

00

<-Command was executed correctly


by the ASM 410.

00

If the ready bit" in the control byte is not set, check the following:
" Mode selection switch: 0 to 5
" LED B3 is on (24 V is present).
g) Now go to QB64, QB65 and QB66 in the PIQ on the monitor screen. Modify the process image
before you proceed with the next item and start a read or write command.
PIQ:

QB64
QB65
QB66
QB67
QB68
QB69
QB70
QB71

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00
05

Issue ACKNOWLEDGE command".


Process address block from
address 5 to 9 on the MDS.

00
00
00

Unchanged

00
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h) Now start the issued command by setting bit 0 (or bit 1) in the control byte.
PIQ:

QB64

0000 0001

QB65

00

QB66

05

QB67

00

QB68
QB69

00

QB70

00

QB71

00

Start reading (from SLG no. 1)

No change

00

You will receive a reset ready bit" in the PII.


PII:

IB64

0000 0001

IB65

00

IB66

05

IB67

00

IB68
IB69

00

IB70

00

IB71

00

Ready bit = 0; read command echo: bit 0 = 1


The address is returned as echo.

00

LEDs B1" and A2" must light up on the ASM 410: SLG no. 1 is active.
Error:

If an error occurs in this or one of the following steps and the ready bit" and
the error bit" are set in the status byte of the PII, continue error evaluation as
described in chapter 5.

i) Acknowledge execution of the command in the PIQ with ACKNOWLEDGE command".


PIQ:

QB64

0000 0000

QB65

00

QB66

05

QB67

00

QB68
QB69

00

QB70

00

QB71

00

<-- Acknowledge command

No change

00

The PII remains unchanged.


Note:

If you move the data carrier into the range of the SLG before outputting the
ACKNOWLEDGE command" in the PIQ, you will not receive a com
pleted" signal. The PII does not change until you have performed step i).
You will then receive the result immediately (without wait time).

k) Now place a data carrier in the SLG field. Execution of the command will be reported back in the
PII approximately 50 msec later. LEDs B1" and A2" go off.
PII:

IB64

1000 0001

IB65

00

IB66

05

IB67

xx

IB68
IB69

xx

IB70

xx

IB71

xx

Ready bit is set.


No change
Data read from MDS

xx

You can now continue with step g) and issue the next command (e.g., read with SLG no. 2).
l) Step k (or step c with the STG) completes commissioning. You can now load and test your ap
plication program.
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8. Technical Specifications of the ASM 410


Weight

0.25 kg

Storage temperature

-25 C to +70 C

Ambient temperature
SIMATIC installed horizontally
SIMATIC installed vertically

0 C to + 60 C
0 C to + 40 C

Relative humidity at 25 C (without condensation)

15% to 95%

Operational voltage range

24 V (max. of 10% residual ripple)


20 V to 30 V

Current consumption
+9 V from S5:

Average

20 to 60 mA
(20 mA = long cycle time)
(60 mA = short cycle time)
110 mA (S5 in STOP)

Maximum
+24 V external: All SLGs off
SLG 40 in operation
SLG 41 in operation
SLG 42 in operation
SLG 43 in operation
SLG 44 in operation

90 mA
180 mA
180 mA
270 mA
340 mA
170 mA

Power consumption
Average (without SLG)

2.5 W

Cooling

Convection cooling

Transfer rate to S5

125 Kbaud
In 5bit blocks; with a 90 msec
time gap between two blocks

Transfer rate between


SYAS and MOBY processors

9600 baud

Transfer rate to mobile data carrier


Dependent on

- MDS model
- ECC operation (See chapter 2 of
catalogue.)
(16 + n x 0.8) msec

Average
Programming

Direct via process image PIQ/PII


No function block required
5 bytes are processed per command.

Isolation group

C in accordance with VDE 0110

Protection rating

IP20 in accordance with IEC529

Mechanical stress

IEC 68-2-27

Dimensions (W x H x D)

45 x 135 x 100 mm

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9. Warnings

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Automation and Drives
Systems Engineering
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