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Check list for implementing a PC adapter

Display part number

Is there a check list for implementing a PC adapter?

You are using a PC adapter for communication between your PC and an S7 CPU or a repeater. If the
required connection is not set up, please go through the following check list:

1. Checking the setup

Fig. 1: Basic device setup

The PC adapter connects a PC to the MPI/DP interface of an S7/M7/C7 system via a serial COM
PC adapter MLFB: 6ES7 972-0CA2x-0XA0

2. Setting the PG/PC interface

In the SIMATIC Manager go to "Extras > Set PC/PG interface..." and make the settings for the PC

MPI/PROFIBUS: between PC adapter S7 CPU / repeater

Local connection: between PC and PC adapter

3. Setting the baud rate

The transmission speed set with the switch must match the speed set for the PC in "Set PG/PC

A transmission speed of 38.4 kbit/s is only possible in STEP 7 V3.1 and higher.

4. Checking the cable between the PC and the PC adapter

Check the connecting cable (zero modem cable) between the COM port of the PG/PC and the PC
adapter. The cable must be in compliance with the defined standard RS232 cable (MLFB 6ES7 901-

1BF00-0XA0). See the following figure for the assignment of the standard RS232 cable:

Fig. 2: Assignment of the RS232 cable

If you use the standard cable, then you can implement all the versions of STEP 7 and all the versions
of the PC adapter.

All tests and certifications (CE, UL, CSA, FM) have been made with the combination of adapter with
RS232 cable 6ES7 901-1BF00-0XA0 (length: 6m). If you use a different RS232 cable, there is no
longer any guarantee of complying with the requirements of CE, UL, CSA, FM. You should not
underestimate this, because if you do use a different cable, the robustness of the SIMATIC system
against external interference or interference might be radiated by the SIMATIC system, which affects
other systems.
In principle, you can cover distances of up to 15m at a data rate of 20 kbit/s with RS232 connections.
The following holds: the higher the data rate, the shorter the cable has to be and vice versa. Using
special anti-capacitance cables it is possible to achieve greater distances. In such cases, please make
sure you observe the requirements given above.

5. Checking the LEDs

• Power LED:
OFF: 24V not present or fatal hardware error
ON: ready for operation (lasts a few seconds)
Continuous blinking: hardware error detected by the PC adapter
• Active LED:
Indicates transmission activity of the adapter on the MPI/DP bus.

6. Power supply of the PC adapter

Supply voltage:
DC24V between Pins 2 and 7

DC5V between Pins 5 and 6

The adapter gets its power supply via the MPI/DP interface of the CPU or of the repeater. Therefore
it is not permitted to extend the MPI cable. It is only possible to operate with interfaces that supply
DC 24V and DC 5V.

The "Power LED" lights as soon as the 24V are present. By measuring between Pins 5 and 6 you can
check whether the 5V are also there.

7. Interrupt setting

If you are using the PC-MPI adapter, then please make sure that no interrupt conflicts occur at the
serial interface.
The PC-MPI adapter needs its own free interrupt. It uses the IRQ of the serial interface.
The COM 1 and COM 3 interfaces and the COM 2 and COM 4 interfaces use the same interrupt.

In notebooks you can usually configure the serial interfaces in the BIOS.
If the PC-MPI adapter and, for example, a mouse are used at the same time, then the mouse must not
be used on the same serial interface as the PC adapter.

8. Checking the settings of the COM interface

We recommend that you use the default setting of the COM interface:

• Settings of the COM interface in Windows NT:

Check the COM interfaces by going to "Start > Settings > Control Panel" and
selecting the "Ports" tab.

Fig. 3: Port settings for the COM interfaces in Windows NT

• Settings of the COM interface in Windows 95:

To check the settings for "System" go to "Start > Settings > Control Panel", select
the "Device Manager" tab and then Ports > Communications Port (COM2) and
finally "Properties".
The settings in Windows 95, 98 and ME are identical.
• Settings of the COM interface in Windows 2000:
To check the settings for "System" go to "Start > Settings > Control Panel", select
the "Hardware > Device Manager" tab and then "Port Settings".

Fig. 4: Settings of theCOM interface in Windows 2000

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33:17106: "Communication with adapter failed"

Communication with the system is not possible.


• Check the cable: see Point 4.

• Availability of the COM port: the serial interface of the PC must not be used by any other
software or any other device.
• Interrupt setting: see Point 7.
• Check the PC’s power supply.
• Install the FIFO buffer and set the transmission rate to "low". Press the "Advanced..."
button to open the dialog for installing the FIFO buffer (see Fig. 3).

In the case of Logitech mice, please also check the following:

• Open the MS-Windows Registry ("REGEDIT" command in "Start > Run…")

• Check the following code:
• If necessary, change the entry from "PS2, Serial" to "PS2".
• Restart Windows.
• Now check the code:
• Here you remove the COM interface to which the online cable is connected.

More information on this is available in the "Readme.wri" file in the Logitech mouse software.

33:16944: "Online: no other active partners available."

The adapter receives its power supply via the MPI/DP interface of the programmable controller. It is
only possible to operate with interfaces that supply 24V DC and 5V DC. The "Power LED" lights as
soon as the 24V are present. If the 5V are not present, you cannot recognize from the outside that the
system is not ready for operation. You can check whether the 5V are present by measuring between
Pins 5 and 6. In the SIMATIC Manager, the above-mentioned message is displayed when you select
"Available Users".


• Check in the device manual whether the partner device should supply 5V.

• Check the baud rate on the MPI side in the PG/PC interface. Set the baud rate to 187.5

COM port cannot be selected

The serial interface of the PC must not be used by any other software, because the driver of the PC
adapter requires the interface for itself.

Refer here to the FAQs with Entry IDs 751692 and 779252.

Error display through Power LED:

OFF: 24V not present or fatal hardware error
Continuous blinking: hardware error detected by the PC adapter

Replace the PC adapter

33:17109: "Online: COM interface is not available at the moment."

You have upgrades the PC adapter to V5.1 using MLFB: 6ES7 972-0CA23-0XA0. Communication
with the system now no longer works. The Power LED on the PC adapter lights, the "Active" LED
remains OFF.

Make sure that the switch on the PC adapter matches the speed set in "Start > Settings > Control

Panel > Set the PG/PC interface".
Check the connecting cable (see Point 4).
If no other software that accesses the interface is installed (modem software, mouse driver), then
check the settings of the COM interfaces.


• Settings of the COM interface in Windows NT:

Check the COM interfaces by going to "Start > Settings > Control Panel" and
selecting the "Ports" tab. If the settings are not as shown on the figure supplied, then
please delete both COM interfaces and restart the computer. Then the default setting
"Standard" is re-installed by Windows NT (see Fig. 3).
• Settings of the COM interface in Windows 95, 98 and ME are identical:
To check the settings for "System" go to "Start > Settings > Control Panel", select
the "Device Manager" tab and then Ports > Communications Port (COM2) and
finally "Properties" (see Fig. 4).
• Settings of the COM interface in Windows 2000:
To check the settings for "System" go to "Start > Settings > Control Panel", select
the "Hardware > Device Manager" tab and then "Port Settings".

If you cannot use the interface, please note the following:

it might happen that when setting the COP port, incorrect entries are made in the Registry. Therefore
you should check the following entries in the Registry:

1. Go to "Start > Run" and enter "regedit".

2. Find the code:
(xxx) stands for MPI, PROFIBUS or Auto.
3. Make sure that the values for the "Device" and "ComDriverName" codes are correct.
Device: number of the COM port selected
ComDriverName "\Device\Serial<COM port no. 1>"

Example for COM Port 1:

Device: "1"
ComDriverName "\Device\Serial0"

In general, no warranty can be given for direct changes in the Registry database, because this is
entirely the responsibility of the user. In any case it is recommended to make a backup of the registry
before proceeding as described below. Furthermore, these settings are computer-specific. This
means that when copying the project to another computer, the settings have to be made again

Crane motion controller Manual
Version AST10_053 25-2200 A, 380-690ASTAT

1. ASTAT system basics


is a highly developed, well-proven system for speed controlled heavy-duty motors in cranes and
other heavy industrial machinery. Designed for even the toughest environments ASTAT brings
reliable, cost effective crane control into the computer age.
Using leading edge computer technology, ASTAT now combines advanced control features with
comprehensive information and data distribution to enhance performance at all levels.
ASTAT is made especially for high utilisation, designed with higher-grade components and larger
margins than normal industrial drives.
The motor is the torque-producing device of an ASTAT Motion Control system. The electrical
power is fed to the motor from the power bus through the DASD Thyristor Module. The DARA
Control System Module controls the voltage of the DASD Thyristor modules.
The DARA Control System Module controls the voltage and its phase sequence as well as
selecting the best speed-torque characteristic for the motor based on desired and real speed. A
tachometer, a pulse encoder or a DADT 100 Feedback Module measures the real speed. The
desired speed comes from a DAPM Cabin I/O Module. For optimisation of torque-speed
characteristic an external rotor resistor and sometimes a contactor are used. The ASTAT system
is primary designed for loads that most of the time moves at full speed. In this normal state the
speed control is replaced by full motor voltage.
There are several options to the ASTAT Crane Motion Control program, below is shown a DASG
line Overvoltage protection Module.

The Control System Module offers a lot of functions related to the control of the motion. The
functions are introductory described below in the sub-section Motion control for heavy
industrial machinery and more detailed in the rest of this Manual.
The fundamentals of the torque control are found in the sub-section, Motor torque control.

Operation limits Voltage: Control and Thyristor Modules: Nominal -30% .. Nominal +10%.
Frequency: Nominal -10 Hz .. Nominal +10 Hz
Temperature: -25 degree C cont. w/o heating
+70 degree C cont. for Control System Modules
+ 85 degree C cont. for Thyristor Modules with reduced data above 40 / 55 degree C
Isolation EN 60664, Pollution degree 4
250 V AC for Control System Modules
630 V AC for Thyristor Modules

Key data Control System Module

Control System Module DARA 1001

2 Voltages 115 or 230 V AC 50 / 60 Hz. 1 phase.
2 Thyristor bridges each max. 1100 A
1 RS232 interface for programming/supervision PC and computer control
1 Opto interface for Master-Follower connection
1 Opto interface for Overriding Control connection
1 RS 232 for connection of fault display or others (only on control boards of Generation 2 and
17 Digital in, 110 V DC (supplied internally)
8 Digital out
4 Motor PTC inputs
4 Analogue in,
2 Analogue out
2 RS 232 for intelligent transducers
1 Pulse transmitter
4 Rotor connections for speed feedback/ rotor monitoring
2 Remote I/O can be connected
Key data Thyristor Module
3 Voltage ranges; maximally 530 V, maximally 600 V or maximally 690 V
2 Frequencies; 50 / 60 Hz
10 Currents: 25 A ... 1000 A

1. DARA 1000 has no Rotor connections, DARA 1010 has same outside connections as DARA 1001
2. Board DAPC 100 generation 2 has 2 (two) RS 232 interfaces.

2.7. Brake
The brake should never be additionally controlled by any PLC, "brake control device" or
similar. It is important that the DO of the ASTAT directly controls the brake, as the brake
control is an integrated part of the real time motion control with 3 ms resolution.
ASTAT can handle both thrustor ("Eldro") brakes by one DO relay-contact, and a solenoid DC-
brake by using two DO relay-contacts to connect first the coil and then to connect an economy
resistor, or to change the solenoid connection from "halves in parallel" to "halves in serial" after a
set time.
A modern well-maintained brake of most types will open in 150 ms, and be closed in the same
time after removal of electrical power. Although ASTAT contains support functions for slow action
brake, it is our recommendation to always keep the mechanical brake in good shape, as it gives
the crane its final safety.
To assure that the brake is immediately closed in case of removal of power to the ASTAT (EN
60204-32: 15.7), an integrated three-phase branching power supply for the brake is included. The
short circuit current is limited to about 0 - 3 kA (5 kA for 1000 A thyristor module) at these
terminals, allowing an economical choice of MCB and contactor for the brake. Of this reason for
example the MCB S263 of ABB can be used where the voltage permits. This supply additionally
saves cables.
At emergency stop the main contactor -K1 of the crane and the service brake contactor of the
motion will be opened independently by each other, given that the recommendations in this
Manual are followed.
The main contactor -K1 can be tripped by any of the different ASTAT without manual action if the brakes
continue to indicate open even after order to close, or if there is a detection of overspeed. This function is
only available from software version AST10_02. It is not available for Shared motion drives.
In the examples below, 2, 4 and 6 are the branched brake output from ASTAT, -K11 is the Brake-
lifter contactor, while -K12 is the Delayed brake-lifter; for DC-brake hold current.
Motion 21 is a drive with integrated fuses, -F1 etc., in the thyristor module (size 630 A or 1000 A),
while drive 41 is smaller with external fuses, -Q41. For both drives the brake will be set by
ASTAT, as the Control system module -A1 measures the voltage after the main fuses (externally
or internally mounted).

In case of that the main contactor -K1 is welded at emergency stop, the service contactors -K11
will act without delay as also the stop relay -K101 is tripped in case of emergency stop.
A brake open limit switch of robust type or none at all is recommended.

2.1. ASTAT components
The ASTAT Motion Controller consists of:
No. of units Description Type designation Circuit diagram item
1 Control System Module DARA 100∗ -A1
1 or 2 Thyristor Modules DASD 1∗∗ or 00∗ -A2 (and -A3)
0 to 4 Rotor adoption Module DADT 100 -A4.1 to -A4.4 0,
1, 2 or 3 Cabin I/O Module DAPM 100, 101 -A5 (and -A6)
0, 1 or more Heat Exchanger, some cases for IP54 (cubicles) -E1 (and -E2)
0 or 1 Overvoltage Protection ∆ Α Σ Γ 2∗∗ -Z1

Check all setpoints for proper setting and function. Make

out daily log sure there are no unusual sounds and the space
temperature is acceptable.
Chiller use/sequencing Turn off or sequence unnecessary chillers Daily
Check chilled water reset Check settings for approved sequence of operation at the
settings and function beginning of each cooling season
Check settings for approved sequence of operation at the
Check chiller lockout setpoint Annually
beginning of each cooling season
Indicated when pressure drop across the barrel (tube
Clean evaporator and condenser
bundle) exceeds manufacturer's recommendations, but Annually
at least annually.
Motor amperage should not exceed manufacturer's
Verify motor amperage load limit Annually
Conduct vibration analysis: Check all alignments to
Compressor motor and assembly specifications. Check all seals. Lubricate where Annually
Perform analysis on oil and filter. Change if necessary.
Compressor oil system Check oil pump and seals Check oil heater and Annually
thermostat Check all strainers, valves, etc.
Check all electrical connections and terminals for full
Electrical connections Annually
contact and tightness
Add refrigerant if low. Record amounts and address
Check refrigerant condition Annually
leakage problems.
Check for condenser and Indications include: poor water quality, excessive
evaporator tube corrosion and fouling, and age of chiller. Eddy current testing may be
clean as needed. done to assess tube condition.