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Technical Documentation

Electronic equipment
Assembly Catalog
for Field Automation Level

FAL-5

Functional Description
E531439/08E
Printed in Germany
2012 Copyright MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH
This Publication is protected by copyright and may not be used in any way whether in whole or in part without the prior
written permission of MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH. This restriction also applies to copyright, distribution, translation,
microfilming and storage or processing on electronic systems including data bases and online services.
This handbook is provided for use by maintenance and operating personnel in order to avoid malfunctions or damage
during operation.
Subject to alterations and amendments.
Table of Contents E531439/08E

1 General Provisions 7

1.1 Safety 7
1.1.1 General conditions 7
1.1.2 Personnel and organizational requirements 8
1.1.3 Safety regulations for startup and operation 9
1.1.4 Safety regulations for maintenance and repair work 10
1.1.5 Conventions for safety instructions in the text 12

2 Functional Description 13

2.1 Preliminary Remarks 13


2.1.1 Preface/Introduction 13

2.2 Design and Function of PIM 16


2.2.1 PIMs for Use with MPU 23 16
2.2.1.1 Overview of PIM printed circuit boards 16
2.2.1.2 PIM Technical data 19
2.2.1.3 Peripheral Interface Modules (PIMs) 21
2.2.1.4 Printed circuit board COB 1 23
2.2.1.5 COB 1 Technical data 25
2.2.1.6 Peripheral Interface Modules (PIMs) 26
2.2.1.7 Printed circuit board COB 3 28
2.2.1.8 COB 3 Technical data 31
2.2.2 PIMs for Use with MPU 27 32
2.2.2.1 Peripheral interface module PIM 3 32
2.2.2.2 Printed circuit board COB 5 34
2.2.2.3 COB 5 Technical data 38
2.2.2.4 Peripheral interface module PIM 5 39
2.2.2.5 Printed circuit board COB 17 41
2.2.2.6 COB 17 Technical data 44
2.2.2.7 Peripheral Interface Modules (PIMs) 45
2.2.2.8 Printed circuit board COB 21 47
2.2.2.9 COB 21 Technical data 51
2.3 Design and Function of FIM 52
2.3.1 Filter module 1 52
2.3.2 FIM 1 Technical data 55

2.4 Design and Function of DIM 56


2.4.1 Dimmer module 3 56
2.4.2 DIM Technical data 68

2.5 Design and Function of PSM 69


2.5.1 Power supply modules 69
2.5.2 Technical data PSM 3-01 72
2.5.3 Power supply modules 73
2.5.4 Technical data PSM 3-01/A 76
2.5.5 Mechanical installation of PIMs, FIMs, DIMs and PSMs 77
2.5.6 EMC specification 79

2.6 Design and Function of MPU 23 81


2.6.1 Printed circuit board MPU 23 81
2.6.2 MPU 23 Technical data 85

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2.6.3 Printed circuit board CCB 1 86


2.6.4 CCB 1 Technical data 87
2.6.5 Printed circuit board SCB 2 88
2.6.6 SCB 2 Technical data 89
2.6.7 Printed circuit board SCB 4 90
2.6.8 SCB 4 Technical data 91

2.7 Design and Function of MPU 27 92


2.7.1 Printed circuit board MPU 27 92
2.7.2 MPU 27 Technical data 95
2.7.3 Display module FCB 2 96
2.7.4 FCB 2 Technical data 97

2.8 Design and Function of AIB 98


2.8.1 Printed circuit board AIB 1 98
2.8.2 AIB 1 Technical data 107
2.8.3 Printed circuit board AIB 2 109
2.8.4 AIB 2 Technical data 115
2.8.5 Printed circuit board AIB 3 117
2.8.6 AIB 3 Technical data 120
2.8.7 Printed circuit board AIB 4 121
2.8.8 AIB 4 Technical data 125

2.9 Design and Function of BIB 126


2.9.1 Printed circuit board BIB 1 126
2.9.2 BIB 1 Technical data 129
2.9.3 Printed circuit board BIB 2 130
2.9.4 BIB 2 Technical data 133

2.10 Design and Function of BOB 134


2.10.1 Printed circuit board BOB 1 134
2.10.2 BOB 1 Technical data 139
2.10.3 Printed circuit board BOB 2 140
2.10.4 BOB 2 Technical data 143
2.10.5 Printed circuit board BOB 3 144
2.10.6 BOB 3 Technical data 147

2.11 Design and Function of CCB 148


2.11.1 Printed circuit board CCB2 148
2.11.2 CCB 2 Technical Data 151

2.12 Design and Function of CRB 152


2.12.1 Printed circuit board CRB2 152
2.12.2 CRB 2 Technical data 155

2.13 Design and Function of EGB 156


2.13.1 Printed circuit board EGB 1 156
2.13.2 EGB 1 Technical data 159

2.14 Design and Function of FCB 160


2.14.1 Printed circuit board FCB 1 160
2.14.2 FCB 1 Technical data 166

2.15 Design and Function of IIB 167


2.15.1 Printed circuit board IIB 1 167

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2.15.2 IIB 1 Technical data 171

2.16 Design and Function of INB 172


2.16.1 Printed circuit board INB 1 172
2.16.2 INB 1 Technical data 176
2.16.3 Printed circuit board INB 2 178
2.16.4 INB 2 Technical data 182
2.16.5 Printed circuit board INB 3 183
2.16.6 INB 3 Technical data 187

2.17 Design and Function of MFB 188


2.17.1 Printed circuit board MFB 1 188
2.17.2 MFB 1 Technical data 193
2.17.3 Printed circuit board MFB 2 195
2.17.4 MFB 2 Technical data 202

2.18 Design and Function of MOB 204


2.18.1 Printed circuit board MOB 1 204
2.18.2 MOB 1 Technical data 211
2.18.3 Printed circuit board MOB 2 212
2.18.4 MOB 2 Technical data 218

2.19 Design and Function of PAB 219


2.19.1 Printed circuit board PAB 2 219
2.19.2 PAB 2 Technical data 221

2.20 Design and Function of ROB 222


2.20.1 Printed circuit board ROB 1 222
2.20.2 ROB 1 Technical data 229

2.21 Design and Function of SAB 230


2.21.1 Printed circuit board SAB 1 230
2.21.2 SAB 1 Technical data 238

2.22 Design and Funtion of SCB 240


2.22.1 Printed circuit board SCB 3 240
2.22.2 SCB 3 Technical data 243
3 Appendix A 245

3.1 Abbreviations 245

3.2 Conversion tables 248

3.3 MTU contacts/service partners 252

4 Appendix B 253

4.1 Index 253

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General Provisions E531439/08E

1 General Provisions
1.1 Safety
1.1.1 General conditions
General
In addition to the instructions in this publication, the applicable country-specific legislation and other compulsory reg
ulations regarding accident prevention and environmental protection must be observed. This state-of-the-art engine
has been designed to meet all applicable laws and regulations. The engine may nevertheless present a risk of injury
or damage in the following cases:
Incorrect use
Operation, maintenance and repair by unqualified personnel
Modifications or conversions
Noncompliance with the Safety Instructions
Correct use
The engine is intended solely for use in accordance with contractual agreements and the purpose envisaged for it on
delivery. Any other use is considered improper use. The engine manufacturer accepts no liability whatsoever for
resultant damage or injury in such case. The responsibility is borne by the user alone.
Correct use also includes observation of and compliance with the maintenance specifications.
Modifications or conversions
Unauthorized modifications to the engine represent a safety risk.
MTU will accept no liability or warranty claims for any damage caused by unauthorized modifications or conversions.
Spare parts
Only genuine MTU spare parts must be used to replace components or assemblies. MTU accepts no liability what
soever for damage or injury resulting from the use of other spare parts and the warranty shall be voided in such case.
Reworking components
Repair or engine overhaul must be carried out in workshops authorized by MTU.
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1.1.2 Personnel and organizational requirements


Personnel requirements
All work on the engine shall be carried out by trained and qualified personnel only.
The specified legal minimum age must be observed.
The operator must specify the responsibilities of the operating, maintenance and repair personnel.
Organizational measures
This publication must be issued to all personnel involved in operation, maintenance, repair or transportation.
Keep it at hand at the operating site of the engine so that it is available to operating, maintenance, repair and transport
personnel at all times.
Use the manual as a basis for instructing personnel on engine operation and repair with an emphasis on explaining
safety-relevant instructions.
This is particularly important in the case of personnel who only occasionally perform work on or around the engine.
This personnel must be instructed repeatedly.
For the identification and layout of the spare parts during maintenance or repair work, take photos or use the spare
parts catalog.
Working clothes and protective equipment
Wear proper protective clothing for all work.
Use the necessary protective equipment for the given work to be done.

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1.1.3 Safety regulations for startup and operation


Safety requirements for initial operation
Prior to initial operation of the unit, install the assembly or unit according to the specifications and check the installation
according to the MTU specifications.
Before putting the device or plant into operation, always ensure:
that all maintenance and repair work is completed,
that all loose parts have been removed from rotating machine components,
that nobody is in the danger area of moving machine parts.
Immediately after putting the device or plant into operation, make sure that all control and display instruments as well
as the signaling and alarm systems work properly.
Safety requirements for operators
The procedures for cases of emergency must be practiced regularly.
The operator must be familiar with the control and display elements.
The operator must be familiar with the consequences of any operations performed.
During operation, the display instruments and monitoring units must be permanently observed with regard to present
operating status, violation of limit values and warning or alarm messages.
The following steps must be taken if a malfunction of the system is recognized or reported by the system:
inform supervisor(s) in charge,
analyze the message,
if required, carry out emergency operations e.g. emergency engine stop.
Engine operation
The following conditions must be fulfilled before starting the engine:
Wear ear protection.
Ensure that the engine room is well ventilated.
Do not inhale engine exhaust gases.
Ensure that the exhaust system is free of leaks and that the gases are discharged to atmosphere.
Mop up any leaked or spilt fluids and lubricants immediately or soak up with a suitable binding agent.
Protect battery terminals, battery-charger terminals and cables against accidental contact.
When the engine is running, never release coolant, oil, fuel, compressed-air or hydraulic lines.
Operation of electrical equipment
When electrical equipment is in operation, certain components of these appliances are electrically live.
Observe the safety instructions for these devices.
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1.1.4 Safety regulations for maintenance and repair work


Safety regulations for maintenance and repair work
Have maintenance and repair work carried out by qualified and authorized personnel only.
Allow the engine to cool down before starting maintenance work (risk of explosion of oil vapors).
Before starting work, relieve pressure in systems and compressed-air lines which are to be opened.
Take special care when removing ventilation or plug screws from the engine. Cover the screw or plug with a rag to
prevent fluids escaping under pressure.
Take special care when draining hot fluids Risk of injury.
When changing the engine oil or working on the fuel system, ensure that the engine room is adequately ventilated.
Allow the engine / system to cool down before starting to work.
Observe the maintenance and repair instructions.
Never carry out maintenance and repair work with the engine running unless expressly instructed to do so.
Secure the engine against accidental starting.
Disconnect the battery when electrical starters are fitted.
Close the main valve on the compressed-air system and vent the compressed-air line when pneumatic starters are
fitted.
Disconnect the control equipment from the assembly or system.
Use only proper, calibrated tools. Observe the specified tightening torques during assembly/disassembly.
Carry out work only on assembles and/or units which are properly secured.
Never use lines for climbing.
Keep fuel injection lines and connections clean.
Always seal connections with caps or covers if a line is removed or opened.
Take care not to damage lines, in particular fuel lines, during maintenance and repair work.
Ensure that all retainers and dampers are installed correctly.
Ensure that all fuel injection and pressurized oil lines are installed with enough clearance to prevent contact with other
components. Do not place fuel or oil lines near hot components.
Do not touch elastomeric seals if they have carbonized or resinous appearance unless hands are properly protected.
Note cooling time for components which are heated for installation or removal Risk of burning.
When working high on the engine, always use suitable ladders and work platforms. Make sure components are placed
on stable surfaces.
Observe special cleanness when conducting maintenance and repair work on the assembly or system. After com
pletion of maintenance and repair work, make sure that no loose objects are in/on the assembly or system.
Before barring the engine, make sure that nobody is standing in the danger zone. Check that all guards have been
reinstalled and that all tools and loose parts have been removed after working on the engine.
The following additional instructions apply to starters with beryllium copper pinion:
Breathing protection of filter class P2 must be applied during maintenance work to avoid health hazards caused
by the beryllium-containing pinion. Do not blow out the interior of the flywheel housing or the starter with com
pressed air. Clean the flywheel housing inside with a class H dust extraction device as an additional measure.
Welding work
Never carry out welding work on the assembly, system, or engine-mounted units. Cover the engine when welding in
its vicinity.
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Do not use the assembly or system as ground terminal.


Do not route the welding lead over or near the wiring harnesses of MTU systems. The welding current may otherwise
induce an interference voltage in the wiring harnesses which could conceivably damage the electrical system.
Remove parts (e.g. exhaust pipes) which are to be welded from the engine beforehand.

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Hydraulic installation and removal


Check the function and safe operating condition of tools and fixtures to be used. Use only the specified devices for
hydraulic removal/installation procedures.
Observe the max. permissible push-on pressure specified for the equipment.
Do not attempt to bend or apply force to lines.
Before starting work, pay attention to the following:
Vent the hydraulic installation/removal tool, the pumps and the lines at the relevant points for the equipment to
be used (e.g. open vent plugs, pump until bubble-free air emerges, close vent plugs).
For hydraulic installation, screw on the tool with the piston retracted.
For hydraulic removal, screw on the tool with the piston extended.
For a hydraulic installation/removal tool with central expansion pressure supply, screw spindle into shaft end until
correct sealing is established.
During hydraulic installation and removal, ensure that nobody is standing in the immediate vicinity of the component
to be installed/removed.
Working on electrical/electronic assemblies
Always obtain the permission of the person in charge before commencing maintenance and repair work or switching
off any part of the electronic system required to do so.
De-energize the appropriate areas prior to working on assemblies.
Do not damage cabling during removal work. When reinstalling ensure that wiring is not damaged during operation
by contact with sharp objects, by rubbing against other components or by a hot surface.
Do not secure cables on lines carrying fluids.
Do not use cable binders to secure cables.
Always use connector pliers to tighten connectors.
Subject the device or system to a function check on completion of all repair work.
Store spare parts properly prior to replacement, i.e. protect them against moisture in particular. Pack defective elec
tronic components and assemblies in a suitable manner when dispatched for repair, i.e. particularly protected against
moisture and impact and wrapped in antistatic foil if necessary.
Working with laser equipment
When working with laser equipment, always wear special laser-protection goggles Heavily focused radiation.
Laser equipment must be fitted with the protective devices necessary for safe operation according to type and appli
cation.
For conducting light-beam procedures and measurement work, only the following laser devices must be used:
Laser devices of classes 1, 2 or 3A.
Laser devices of class 3B, which have maximum output in the visible wavelength range (400 to 700 nm), a
maximum output of 5 mW, and in which the beam axis and surface are designed to prevent any risk to the eyes.
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1.1.5 Conventions for safety instructions in the text


Cautions
In the event of immediate danger.
Consequences: Death or serious injury
DANGER Remedial action

In the event of potentially dangerous situations.


Consequences: Death or serious injury
WARNING Remedial action

In the event of dangerous situations.


Consequences: Minor injury or material damage
CAUTION Remedial action

In the event of a situation involving potentially adverse effects on the product.


Consequences: Material damage.
Remedial action
NOTICE Additional product information

Note:
This manual contains highlighted safety warnings in accordance with the US ANSI Z535 standard which begin with
one of the signal words listed above depending on the severity of the hazard.

Safety instructions
1. Read and familiarize yourself with all safety notices before starting up or repairing the product.
2. Pass on all safety instructions to your operating, maintenance, repair and transport personnel.

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2 Functional Description
2.1 Preliminary Remarks
2.1.1 Preface/Introduction
Purpose
This manual describes devices and assemblies associated with the field automation level of MTU systems, e.g. Mon
itoring and Control System MCS-5. These are:
Peripheral Interface Modules PIM and the associated printed circuit boards
Filter Module FIM
Dimmer Module DIM
Power Supply Modules PSM (various types)

1 Management level 6 Keyboard (option) 11 PIM no. 1


2 Printer 7 Process bus 12 Actuators
3 Management Computer Unit MCU 8 Field bus 13 Sensors
4 Monitor 9 PIM no. 25 14 Field automation level
5 Trackball 10 Third-party devices 15 Programmable Process Station (PPS)
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Data connections
The devices in the overall system are equipped with a CAN bus to transmit data between the various subsystems.
This bus is in redundant design (i.e. duplicated).
The CAN bus is a standard field bus for automation technology which allows communication between the various
systems and devices providing that they are equipped with a CAN bus interface.
Tasks of the CAN bus are:

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Receiving plant signals (desired speed) and commands from the higher-level system
Output of all measured values/limit values for Monitoring and Control System MCS-5
Alarm output for signaling and evaluation in Monitoring and Control System MCS-5
Output of signals relevant to engine control

1 ECU 3 PIM A 511 fault code display


2 SAM 4 PIM A 517 signal input and output

Tap lines must be avoided when bus topology is arranged as per ISO 11898. 120 resistors are used as terminators
at the terminal devices on the bus, i.e. 2 x 120 are connected in total in the network. The bus lines (H/L and GND
conductors) must be in shielded design.
The length of the CAN bus line depends on the respective baud rate of the system used.
The following specification applying to MTU systems must not be exceeded:
Baud rate MTU length
125 kB 400 m
250 kB 200 m
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500 kB 80 m
1000 kB 20 m
Table 1: Length of MCS5 CAN cables

Power supply
The +Ub power supply for all devices in the overall system is applied directly to the relevant device terminals or
connectors.

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Grounding
Both the engine and the generator are connected to ground (PE) via a equipotential bonding strip on the frame.
Ground for power supply and all electronic devices (-) is not connected to ground (PE). The entire electronic system
is electrically isolated from ground. This also applies to the sensors. All sensor signal lines and/or supply lines are not
connected with the housing of the sensor concerned. There is thus no electrical connection between the engine or
the generator and battery negative.

1 PIM 6 Genset 11 Mounting frame


2 SAM 7 Equipotential bonding strip 12 GND (-)
3 Engine Control Unit 8 Grounding 13 +24 V VDC (+)
4 Battery 9 Equipotential bonding strip X! Inadmissible connection!
5 To engine sensors 10 Equipotential bonding strip

The connection which is crossed out is inadmissible and may not be established!
Electrical isolation of mechanical and electronic components significantly enhances the signal-to-noise ratio. This
improved signal-to-noise ratio on all electrical lines is necessary to ensure satisfactory data transmission of all data
on the CAN bus and also of all analog/binary sensor signals.
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2.2 Design and Function of PIM


2.2.1 PIMs for Use with MPU 23
2.2.1.1 Overview of PIM printed circuit boards
MPU printed circuit boards (microprocessor systems)
Printed circuit board Function
MPU 23 Single-chip processor with main and data memory
1 CAN interface as per ISO 11 898
1 slot for CCB 1, SCB 2 oder SCB 4
Power supply for PIM printed circuit boards
MPU 27 Single-chip processor with main and data memory
2 CAN interface as per ISO 11 898
Connector for FCB 2
Power supply for PIM printed circuit boards

MPU 23 extension boards


Printed circuit board Function
CCB 1 1 additional CAN interface as per ISO 11 898
SCB 2 1 additional RS422 interface
SCB 4 1 additional RS232 interface

MPU 27 extension boards


Printed circuit board Function
FCB 2 Display module

Connection printed circuit boards (motherboards)


Printed circuit board Function
COB 1-0X* Connection printed circuit board between PIM 1 terminals and printed circuit board
MPU 23 and the printed circuit board in the second slot
Used for processor printed circuit board MPU 23
COB 3-0X* Connection printed circuit board between PIM 2 terminals and printed circuit board
MPU 23 and the three printed circuit boards in slots 2, 3 and 4
Used for processor printed circuit board MPU 23
COB 17-0X* Connection printed circuit board between PIM 5 terminals and printed circuit board
MPU 27 and the printed circuit board in the second slot
Used for processor printed circuit board MPU 27
COB 5-0X* Connection printed circuit board between PIM 3 terminals and printed circuit board
MPU 27 and the three printed circuit boards in slots 2, 3 and 4
Used for processor printed circuit board MPU 27
COB 210x Connection printed circuit board between PIM 7 terminals and printed circuit board
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MPU 27 and the five printed circuit boards in slots 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6


Used for processor printed circuit board MPU 27

* 0X stands for the latest version of the printed circuit board (e.g. COB 3-03).
All printed circuit board versions are downward-compatible.

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FIM, DIM and PSM modules


Printed circuit board Function
FIM Smoothing external operating voltages
Overvoltage arrester
Overcurrent protection (self-restoring fuses)
Reverse-polarity protection
EMC filter
DIM Provision of a 24 V PWM output signal for power supply of background illumination
for dimmable instruments.
PSM Input voltage filter
Electrical isolation of output voltages

PIM printed circuit boards


Printed circuit board Function
AIB 1-0X* 4 analog measuring channels to acquire resistance, voltage and current signals
AIB 2-0X* 2 analog input channels to acquire voltage and current signals
2 analog output channels to output voltage and current signals
AIB 3-0X* 8 analog input channels to acquire current signals
AIB 4-0X* 4 electrically isolated analog input channels to acquire current signals (external power
supply)
BIB 1-0X* 8 electrically isolated binary inputs (external power supply)
Cable damage monitoring
BIB 2-0X* 8 electrically isolated binary inputs (internal power supply)
Cable damage monitoring
BOB 1-0X* 4 independent relay outputs (change-over contacts)
Cable damage monitoring
BOB 1-0X/A* 4 independent relay outputs (change-over contacts) without cable damage monitoring
BOB 2-0X* 14 transistor output stages (positive-switching)
BOB 3-0X* 14 transistor output stages (ground-switching)
EGB 1-0X* 8 analog input channels to acquire voltage signals (for NiCr-Ni temperature sensor)
FCB 1-0X* Display of alarms/fault codes for FCB 1-0X* and FCB 1-0X/A*
FCB 1-0X/A* 2 transistor output stages (positive-switching)
FCB 10X/B* 2 transistor output stages (ground-switching)
2 independent relay outputs (change-over contacts)
IIB 1-0X* 4 analog voltage outputs for instrument control (0 VDC to 10 VDC)
4 electrically isolated binary inputs
INB 1-0X* 4 outputs for display instrument control (2 bipolar outputs and 2 unipolar outputs)
Dimmer (external power supply)
Produced and supplied as spare part only. INB 2-0X used in new configurations.
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INB 2-0X* 4 outputs for display instrument control (each output bipolar or unipolar)
Dimmer (internal power supply)
INB 3-0X* 7 current outputs to control instruments (4 mA to 20 mA)
1 frequency output to control an instrument (0 Hz to 1500 Hz)
Use in conjunction with MPU 27 and MPU 29 only!

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Printed circuit board Function


MFB 1-0X* 2 electrically isolated inputs for analog speed signals with hysteresis control
or 2 electrically isolated inputs for binary speed signals or binary signals (status inter
rogation) (only one speed acquisition variant is possible, either analog or binary)
Power supply (24 VDC) for electronic transmitters or sensors
2 independent relay outputs (change-over contacts)
MFB 2-0X* 2 analog input channels to acquire potentiometers
3 electrically isolated binary inputs (external power supply)
5 transistor output stages (positive-switching) with internal power supply (24 VDC)
Power supply (24 VDC) for electronic transmitters or sensors
Use in conjunction with MPU 29 only!
MOB 1-0X* 4 electrically isolated transistor output stages to control two DC motors or dynamic/
static control of solenoid valves (for proportional valves or positive/ground-switching
valves), full step motors only and in conjunction with printed circuit board SMB 2-0X
Use with MPU 23 only
MOB 2-0X* 4 electrically isolated transistor output stages to control two DC motors or dynamic/
static control of solenoid valves (for proportional valves or positive/ground-switching
valves)
2 current feedback channels
Use with MPU 27 only
PAB 2-0X* PIM node address and baud rate programming
SAB 1-0X* 1 electrically isolated CAN interface as per ISO 11 898
3 independent relays to output binary information
1 electrically isolated transistor output stage (positive-switching)
1 electrically isolated binary input with cable damage monitoring
SCB 3-0X* 2 electrically isolated interfaces as per RS422 or RS232 standard
ROB 1-0X* 5 relay inputs with change-over switch, one of which with 4 inputs (OR function)
ROB 10X/A* 1 relay input with four change-over switches
This printed circuit board is not bus-compatible and can only be used in special PIMs with a
suitable motherboard. It cannot be used in type 1 and 2 PIMs nor in type 3, 5 and 7 PIMs.

* 0X stands for the latest version of the printed circuit board (e.g. AIB 1-02).
All printed circuit board versions are downward-compatible.

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2.2.1.2 PIM Technical data


Technical data of PIMs (screw terminals)
Term Unit Value
Installation position As desired
Operating voltage VDC 24, -50 % to +30 %
Residual ripple < 5 %, as per STANAG 1008
Power consumption A < 0.2 (depending on printed circuit boards used)
PIM 1 or PIM 2 with MPU 23
Connecting-cable cross section per ter mm2 Per terminal max. 2 x 2.5 solid or
minal Per terminal max. 2 x 1.5 stranded with sleeve as per DIN 64228
Degree of protection IP 20 as per DIN 40 050
Shock resistance 10 g , 11 ms
Vibrostability
Top-hat rail mounting Hz 2 to 13.2: Xpp = 1 mm
13.2 to 100: a = 0.7 g
Screw-mounting Hz 2 to 25: Xpp = 1.6 mm
25 to 100: a = 4 g
EMC specification
Ambient temperature C -30 to +70
Storage temperature C -35 to +85
Rel. humidity % 0 to 97, non-condensing
Color Blue (RAL 5015)
Material Fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate
PIM 1
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 75 x 70 x 90
Number of terminals 32
Weight kg Approx. 0.3 (populated)
PIM 2
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 75 x 140 x 90
Number of terminals 64
Weight kg Approx. 0.6 (populated)

Technical data of PIMs (spring terminals)


Term Unit Value
Installation position As desired
Operating voltage VDC 24, -50 % to +30 %
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Residual ripple less than 5 %, as per STANAG 1008


Power consumption A < 0.2 (depending on printed circuit boards used)
PIM 1 or PIM 2 with MPU 23
PIM 5 or PIM 3 with MPU 27 A < 0.35 (depending on printed circuit boards used)
PIM 7 with MPU 27 A < 0.5 (depending on printed circuit boards used)

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Term Unit Value


Connecting-cable cross section per ter mm2 Per terminal max. 2 x 2.5
minal
Degree of protection IP 20 as per DIN 40 050
Shock resistance 10 g , 11 ms
Vibrostability
Top-hat rail mounting Hz 2 to 13.2: Xpp = 1 mm
13.2 to 100: a = 0.7 g
Screw-mounting Hz 2 to 25: Xpp = 1.6 mm
25 to 100: a = 4 g
EMC specification
Ambient temperature C -30 to +70
Storage temperature C -35 to +85
Rel. humidity % 0 to 97 non-condensing
Color Blue (RAL 5015)
Material Fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate
PIM 1 / PIM 5
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 75 x 70 x 90
Number of terminals 32
Weight kg Approx. 0.3 (populated)
PIM 2 / PIM 3
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 75 x 140 x 90
Number of terminals 64
Weight kg Approx. 0.6 (populated)
PIM 7
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 75 x 210 x 90
Number of terminals 96
Weight kg Approx. 0.9 (populated)

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2.2.1.3 Peripheral Interface Modules (PIMs)


PIMs for use with processor printed circuit board MPU 23
Design of PIM 1

1 Module cassette 2 Basic module 3 Printed circuit board

PIM 1 comprises:
Module cassette (1) to accommodate one MPU 23 and one PIM printed circuit board.
Basic module (2) with printed circuit board COB 1-0X (3).
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Slots and terminals

1 Slot 1 2 Slot 2

Slot 1 is reserved for the microprocessor board (MPU 23). All other slots may be populated with PIM printed circuit
boards.
Example: The "n" in "n09" stands for the slot and "09" designates the terminal. "209" means: Slot 2, terminal 9.

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2.2.1.4 Printed circuit board COB 1


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Plan view 4 LED green (+24 V DC OK) 7 Terminal strip 2


2 Terminal strip 1 5 Slot for serial EEPROM
3 Slot 1 (MPU 23) 6 Slot 2 (PIM printed circuit board)

Features
Establishes the connection between the module periphery and the printed circuit boards of the PIM
Slots for one MPU 23- and one PIM printed circuit board
Guard circuits in the power supply input circuit:
Overvoltage protection
Reverse-battery protection
Overcurrent protection (self-restoring fuses)
EMC filter
Guard circuits for CAN and serial interface:
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EMC filter
Serial EEPROM for PIM module identification and configuration data
Temperature sensor for terminal temperature
Light-emitting diode green (supply voltage +24 VDC applied)
Function
COB 1 connects the terminals and the printed circuit boards in the PIM.

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COB 1 is equipped with plug connectors for MPU 23 and a PIM printed circuit board.
There are two 2-tier terminal strips on COB 1.
Connections on terminal strip 1 (terminals 101 to 116):
PIM power supply
CAN interface
(Option: 2nd CAN interface, RS232- or RS422 interface)
Connections on terminal strip 2 (terminals 201 to 216):
Depending on PIM printed circuit board used
PIM module configuration data are stored in a serial EEPROM.
The data are read via the I2C bus by the MPU 23 of the PIM.
EMC filters and overvoltage protection circuits safeguard the supply voltage of the printed circuit boards in the PIM
against short circuit and polarity reversal.
LED to indicate external +24 VDC supply voltage.
The bus interfaces for communication with other systems are equipped with EMC filters.

1 PIM printed circuit board 2 Self-restoring fuse 3 Options


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F1: 1.85 A
F2: 1.1 A
F3: 1.1 A

Sensor to monitor terminal temperature.


The sensor signal is evaluated by MPU 23.
COB 1 is supplied as a spare part assembly with PIM 1 (module housing, module cassette and COB 1). The serial
EEPROM on COB 1 is programmed with programming cassette SST 2-01.

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2.2.1.5 COB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 84 x 67 x 36
Weight kg 0.120
Input voltage VDC +24, 50 % to +30 %
Power consumption mA <3
Serial EEPROM Kbit 64 (8k x 8)
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuse F1, F2 and F3).
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2.2.1.6 Peripheral Interface Modules (PIMs)


PIMs for use with processor printed circuit board MPU 23
Design of PIM 2

1 Module cassette 1 3 Basic module


2 Module cassette 2 4 Printed circuit board

PIM 2 comprises:
Module cassette 1 (1) to accommodate one MPU 23 printed circuit board and one PIM printed circuit board.
Module cassette 2 (2) to accommodate two PIM printed circuit boards.
Basic module (3) with printed circuit board COB 3-0X (4).

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Slots and terminals

1 Slot 1 3 Slot 4
2 Slot 3 4 Slot 2

Slot 1 is reserved for the microprocessor board (MPU 23). All other slots may be populated with PIM printed circuit
boards.
Example: The "n" in "n09" stands for the slot and "09" designates the terminal. "209" means: Slot 2, terminal 9.
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2.2.1.7 Printed circuit board COB 3


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Plan view 5 Terminal strip 4 9 LED green (+24 V DC OK)


2 Terminal strip 3 6 Terminal strip 2 10 Slot 1 (MPU 23)
3 Slot 3 (PIM printed circuit board) 7 Slot 2 (PIM printed circuit board) 11 Terminal strip 1
4 Slot 4 (PIM printed circuit board) 8 Slot for serial EEPROM

Use
COB 3 electrically connects the terminals and the printed circuit boards in the PIM.
Features
Connection between the module periphery and the printed circuit boards of the PIM
Slots for one MPU 23- and three PIM printed circuit boards
Guard circuits in the power supply input circuit
Overvoltage protection
Reverse-battery protection
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Overcurrent protection (self-restoring fuses)


EMC filter
Guard circuits for CAN and serial interface:
EMC filter
Serial EEPROM for PIM module identification and configuration data
Temperature sensor for terminal temperature
Light-emitting diode green (supply voltage +24 VDC applied)

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Function
COB 3 is equipped with connectors for MPU 23 (slot 1) and max. three PIM printed circuit boards (slots 2 to 4).
There are four 2-tier terminal strips on COB 3.
Terminal strip 1 (terminals 101 to 116) establishes connection of:
PIM power supply
CAN interface power supply
(Option: 2nd CAN interface, RS232- or RS422 interface).
Terminal strip 2 (terminals 201 to 216) establishes connection of:
PIM printed circuit board in slot 2.
Terminal strip 3 (terminals 301 to 316) establishes connection of:
PIM printed circuit board in slot 3.
Terminal strip 4 (terminals 401 to 416) establishes connection of:
PIM printed circuit board in slot 4.
PIM module configuration data are stored in a serial EEPROM.
The data are read via the I2C bus by the MPU 23 of the PIM.
EMC filters and overvoltage protection circuits safeguard the supply voltage of the printed circuit boards in the PIM
against short circuit and polarity reversal.
LED to indicate external +24 VDC supply voltage.
The bus interfaces for communication with other systems are equipped with EMC filters.
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1 PIM printed circuit board 2 Self-restoring fuses 3 Options


F1: 1.85 A
F2: 1.1 A
F3: 1.1 A
F4: 1.85 A
F5: 1.1 A

Sensor to monitor terminal temperature.


The sensor signal is evaluated by MPU 23.
COB 3 is supplied as a spare part assembly with PIM 2 (module housing, module cassette and COB 3).
The serial EEPROM on COB 3 is programmed with programming cassette SST 2-01. TIM ID: 0000008201 - 001

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2.2.1.8 COB 3 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 84 x 135 x 36
Weight kg 0.230
Input voltage VDC +24, 50 % to +30 %
Power consumption mA <3
Serial EEPROM (pluggable) Kbit 64 (8k x 8)
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuse F1, F2, F3, F4 and F5)
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2.2.2 PIMs for Use with MPU 27


2.2.2.1 Peripheral interface module PIM 3
Design of PIM 3

1 Module cassette 1 3 Basic module


2 Module cassette 2 4 Printed circuit board

PIM 3 comprises:
Module cassette 1 (1) to accommodate one MPU 27 printed circuit board and one PIM printed circuit board.
Module cassette 2 (2) to accommodate two PIM printed circuit boards.
Basic module (3) with printed circuit board COB 5-0X (4).

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Slots and terminals

1 Slot 1 3 Slot 4
2 Slot 3 4 Slot 2

Slot 1 is reserved for the microprocessor board (MPU 27). All other slots may be populated with PIM printed circuit
boards.
Example:The "n" in "n09" stands for the slot and "09" designates the terminal. "209" means: Slot 2, terminal 9.
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2.2.2.2 Printed circuit board COB 5


Purpose and design
Design

1 Top view 6 Slot 4 (PIM printed circuit board) 11 LED green (+24 V DC OK)
2 Terminal strip 3 7 Terminal strip 4 12 Slot 1 (MPU 27)
3 Rotary switch node number (tens) 8 Terminal strip 2 13 Rotary switch, baud rate for both CAN
4 Rotary switch node number (ones) 9 Slot 2 (PIM printed circuit board) interfaces
5 Slot 3 (PIM printed circuit board) 10 Soldered serial EEPROM 14 Terminal strip 1

Use
COB 5 electrically connects the terminals and the printed circuit boards in the PIM.
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Features
Connection between the module periphery and the printed circuit boards of the PIM
Slots for one MPU 27- and three PIM printed circuit boards
Guard circuits in the power supply input circuit
Overvoltage arrester
Reverse-polarity protection
Overcurrent protection (self-restoring fuses)
EMC filter
Light emitting diode green (supply voltage +24 VDC applied)
EMC guard circuits for CAN interface
Soldered serial EEPROM (128K x 8) for PIM module identification and configuration data
Temperature sensor for terminal temperature
Rotary switch for CAN node setting
Rotary switch for baud rate setting (for both CAN interfaces)
Function
COB 5 is equipped with plug connectors for MPU 27 (slot 1) and max. three PIM printed circuit boards (slots 2 to 4).
There are four 2-tier terminal strips on printed circuit board COB 5.
Terminal strip 1 (terminals 101 to 116) establishes connection of:
PIM power supply
CAN interface power supply
Terminal strip 2 (terminals 201 to 216) establishes connection of:
PIM printed circuit board in slot 2.
Terminal strip 3 (terminals 301 to 316) establishes connection of:
PIM printed circuit board in slot 3.
Terminal strip 4 (terminals 401 to 416) establishes connection of:
PIM printed circuit board in slot 4.
The module configuration data of the PIM (node address and baud rate settings at the rotary switches) are read by
the MPU 27 of the PIM and stored in MPU 27 (EEPROM).
EMC filters and overvoltage protection circuits safeguard the supply voltage of the printed circuit boards in the PIM
against short circuit and polarity reversal.
The bus interfaces for communication with other systems are equipped with EMC filters.
Sensor to monitor terminal temperature.
The sensor signal is evaluated by MPU 27.
COB 5 is supplied as a spare part assembly with PIM 3 (module housing, module cassette and COB 5).
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Block circuit diagram COB 5

1 PIM printed circuit board 2 Self-restoring fuse


F1: 1.85 A
F2: 1.1 A
F3: 1.1 A
F4: 1.1 A
F5: 1.1 A

Rotary switches
Node number
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S1 Baud rate setting switch S2 Node setting switch, tens S3 Node setting switch, ones

The switches are set as follows:


E.g. CAN bus with 250 kBd and node number 12
Set switch S1 to position 2.
Set the tens of the node with switch S2 (for this example 12, set 1).
Set the ones of the node with switch S3 (for this example 12, set 2).
Baud rate (transmission rate) of the two CAN interfaces
The baud rate is set to the following values at switch S1:
Pos. 0: 1 MBaud
Pos. 1: 500 kBaud
Pos. 2: 250 kBaud
Pos. 3: 125 kBaud
The setting of switch S1 defines the baud rate of both buses (CAN1 and CAN2).
The buses can not be set separately.
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2.2.2.3 COB 5 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 84 x 135 x 36
Weight kg 0.230
Input voltage VDC +24, -50 % to +30 %
Power consumption mA <3
Serial EEPROM Kbit 128 x 8
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuse F1, F2, F3, F4 and F5)
Table 2: COB 5 Technical data

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2.2.2.4 Peripheral interface module PIM 5


Design of PIM 5

1 Module cassette 1 2 Basic module 3 Printed circuit board COB 170X

PIM 5 comprises:
Module cassette 1 (1) to accommodate one MPU 27 printed circuit board and one PIM printed circuit board.
Basic module (2) with printed circuit board COB 17-0X (3).
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Slots and terminals

1 Slot 1 2 Slot 2

Slot 1 is reserved for the microprocessor board (MPU 27). All other slots may be populated with PIM printed circuit
boards.
Example:The "n" in "n09" stands for the slot and "09" designates the terminal. "209" means: Slot 2, terminal 9.

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2.2.2.5 Printed circuit board COB 17


Purpose and design
Design

1 Top view 5 Rotary switch node number (ones) 9 LED green (+24 V DC OK)
2 Terminal strip 1 6 Terminal strip 2 10 Slot 1 (MPU 27)
3 Rotary switch, baud rate for both CAN 7 Slot 2 (PIM printed circuit board)
interfaces 8 Soldered serial EEPROM
4 Rotary switch node number (tens)

Features
Establishes the connection between the module periphery and the printed circuit boards of the PIM
Slots for one MPU 27- and one PIM printed circuit board
Guard circuits in the power supply input circuit:
Overvoltage arrester
Reverse-polarity protection
Overcurrent protection (self-restoring fuses)
EMC filter
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Light emitting diode green (supply voltage +24 VDC applied)


EMC guard circuits for CAN interfaces
Soldered serial EEPROM (128K x 8) for PIM module identification and configuration data
Temperature sensor for terminal temperature
Rotary switch for CAN node setting
Rotary switch for baud rate setting (for both CAN interfaces)

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Function
COB 17 connects the terminals and the printed circuit boards in the PIM.
COB 17 is equipped with plug connectors for MPU 27 (slot 1) and one PIM printed circuit board (slots 2).
There are two 2-tier terminal strips on COB 17.
Connections on terminal strip 1 (terminals 101 to 116):
PIM power supply
CAN interface
Connections on terminal strip 2 (terminals 201 to 216):
Depending on PIM printed circuit board used
The module configuration data of the PIM (node address and baud rate settings at the rotary switches) are read by
the MPU 27 of the PIM and stored in MPU 27 (EEPROM).
EMC filters and overvoltage protection circuits safeguard the supply voltage of the printed circuit boards in the PIM
against short circuit and polarity reversal.
LED to indicate external +24 VDC supply voltage.
The bus interfaces for communication with other systems are equipped with EMC filters.
Sensor to monitor terminal temperature.
The sensor signal is evaluated by MPU 27.
COB 17 is supplied as a spare part assembly with PIM 5 (module housing, module cassette and COB 17).
Block circuit diagram of printed circuit board COB 17

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1 PIM printed circuit board 2 Self-restoring fuse


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Rotary switches
Node number
PIM module identification data are set with the rotary switches on COB 17.

S1 Baud rate setting switch S2 Node setting switch, tens S3 Node setting switch, ones

The switches are set as follows:


E.g. CAN bus with 250 kBd and node number 12
Set switch S1 to position 2.
Set the tens of the node with switch S2 (for this example 12, set 1).
Set the ones of the node with switch S3 (for this example 12, set 2).
Baud rate (transmission rate) of the two CAN interfaces
The baud rate is set to the following values at switch S1:
Pos. 0: 1 MBaud
Pos. 1: 500 kBaud
Pos. 2: 250 kBaud
Pos. 3: 125 kBaud
The setting of switch S1 defines the baud rate of both buses (CAN1 and CAN2).
The buses can not be set separately.
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2.2.2.6 COB 17 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 84 x 67 x 36
Weight kg 0.120
Input voltage VDC +24, -50 % to +30 %
Power consumption mA <3
Serial EEPROM Kbit 128 x 8
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuse F1)
Table 3: COB 17 Technical data

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2.2.2.7 Peripheral Interface Modules (PIMs)


PIMs for use with processor printed circuit board MPU 27
Design of PIM 7

1 Module cassette 1 3 Module cassette 3 5 Basic module


2 Module cassette 2 4 Optional: Display module 6 Printed circuit board COB 210X

PIM 7 comprises:
Module cassette 1 (1) to accommodate one MPU 27 printed circuit board and one PIM printed circuit board.
Module cassette 2 (2) to accommodate two PIM printed circuit boards
Module cassette 3 (3) to accommodate two PIM printed circuit boards
Basic module (5) with printed circuit board COB 21-0X (6).
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Slots and terminals

1 Slot 1 3 Slot 5 5 Slot 4


2 Slot 3 4 Slot 6 6 Slot 2

Slot 1 is reserved for the microprocessor board (MPU 27). All other slots may be populated with PIM printed circuit
boards.
Example: The "n" in "n09" stands for the slot and "09" designates the terminal. "209" means: Slot 2, terminal 9.

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2.2.2.8 Printed circuit board COB 21


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Terminal strip 1 7 Slot 6 (PIM printed circuit board) 13 Rotary switch node number (tens)
2 Terminal strip 3 8 Slot 4 (PIM printed circuit board) 14 Rotary switch, baud rate for both CAN
3 Terminal strip 5 9 Terminal strip 6 interfaces
4 Plan view 10 Terminal strip 4 15 Slot 2 (PIM printed circuit board)
5 Slot 5 (PIM printed circuit board) 11 Terminal strip 2 16 Soldered serial EEPROM
6 Slot 3 (PIM printed circuit board) 12 Rotary switch node number (ones) 17 LED green (+24 VDC OK)
18 Slot 1 (PIM printed circuit board)

Features
Establishes the connection between the module periphery and the printed circuit boards of the PIM
Slots for one MPU 27 and five PIM printed circuit boards
Guard circuits in the power supply input circuit:
Overvoltage protection
Reverse-battery protection
TIM ID: 0000016393 - 001

Overcurrent protection (self-restoring fuses)


EMC filter
Light-emitting diode green (supply voltage +24 VDC applied)
EMC guard circuits for CAN interfaces
Soldered serial EEPROM (128K x 8) for PIM module identification and configuration data
Temperature sensor for terminal temperature
Rotary switch for CAN node setting
Rotary switch for baud rate setting (for both CAN interfaces)

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Function
COB 21 connects the terminals and the printed circuit boards in the PIM.
COB 21 is equipped with connectors for MPU 27 (slot 1) and five PIM printed circuit boards (slots 2 to 6).
There are six 2-tier terminal strips on COB 21.
Connections on terminal strip 1 (terminals 101 to 116):
PIM power supply
CAN interface
Connections on terminal strip 2 (terminals 201 to 216):
Depending on PIM printed circuit board used
Connections on terminal strip 3 (terminals 301 to 316):
Depending on PIM printed circuit board used
Connections on terminal strip 4 (terminals 401 to 416):
Depending on PIM printed circuit board used
Connections on terminal strip 5 (terminals 501 to 516):
Depending on PIM printed circuit board used
Connections on terminal strip 6 (terminals 601 to 616):
Depending on PIM printed circuit board used
The module configuration data of the PIM (node address and baud rate settings at the rotary switches) are read by
the MPU 27 of the PIM and stored in MPU 27 (EEPROM).
EMC filters and overvoltage protection circuits safeguard the supply voltage of the printed circuit boards in the PIM
against short circuit and polarity reversal.
LED to indicate external +24 VDC supply voltage.
The bus interfaces for communication with other systems are equipped with EMC filters.
Sensor to monitor terminal temperature.
The sensor signal is evaluated by MPU 27.
COB 21 is supplied as a spare part assembly with PIM 7 (module housing, module cassette and COB 21).
Rotary switches
Node number
PIM module identification data are set with the rotary switches on COB 21.

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S1 Baud rate setting switch S2 Node setting switch, tens S3 Node setting switch, ones

The switches are set as follows:


E.g. CAN bus with 250 kBd and node number 12
Set switch S1 to position 2.
Set the tens of the node with switch S2 (for the example "12" to 1).
Set the ones of the node with switch S3 (for the example "12" to 2).
Baud rate (transmission rate) of the two CAN interfaces
The baud rate is set to the following values at switch S1:
Pos. 0: 1 MBaud
Pos. 1: 500 kBaud
Pos. 2: 250 kBaud
Pos. 3: 125 kBaud
The setting of switch S1 defines the baud rate of both buses (CAN1 and CAN2).
Different settings for the two buses are not possible.
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Block circuit diagram COB 21

1 PIM printed circuit board 2 Self-restoring fuse


F1: 1.85 A
F2: 1.1 A
F3: 1.1 A
F4: 1.1 A
F5: 1.1 A
F6: 1.1 A
F7: 1.1 A

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2.2.2.9 COB 21 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 84 x 211 x 36
Weight kg 0.35
Input voltage VDC +24, 50 % to +30 %
Power consumption mA <3
Serial EEPROM Kbit 128 x 8
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuse F1, F2, F3, F4, F5 F6, F7)
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2.3 Design and Function of FIM


2.3.1 Filter module 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Basic module 2 Printed circuit board FIB 1

Use
Smoothing external operating voltages
Overvoltage protection
Overcurrent protection (self-restoring fuses)
Reverse-battery protection
EMC filter

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Terminals

The operating voltage is supplied (filter input) via terminals 101 to 116. The filtered operating voltage is available at
terminals 201 to 216 (filter output).
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Block circuit diagram FIM

1 Self-restoring fuse
F1: 4 A
F2: 4 A

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2.3.2 FIM 1 Technical data


Technical data of FIM 1
Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 60 x 70 x 90
Weight kg 0.3
Installation position As desired
Input voltage VDC 12 to 36
Output current A 6 at an ambient temperature of up to 45 C
4 at an ambient temperature of up to 70 C
Filter power consumption < 0.05 A (at 24 VDC)
Connecting-cable cross section per ter mm2 2 x 2.5 per terminal
minal
Degree of protection IP 20 as per DIN 40 050
Shock 10g , 11 ms
Vibrostability
Top-hat rail mounting Hz 2 to 13.2: Xpp = 1 mm
13.2 to 100: a = 0.7 g
Screw mounting 2 to 25: Xpp = 1.6 mm
25 to 100: a = 4 g
EMC specification
Ambient temperature C -30 to +70
Storage temperature C -35 to +85
Rel. humidity % 0 to 97, non-condensing
Color Blue (RAL 5015)
Material Fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate
Number of terminals 32
Reverse-battery protection Yes
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuses)
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2.4 Design and Function of DIM


2.4.1 Dimmer module 3
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Basic module 2 Printed circuit board DIM 301

Use
DIM 3 supplies a pulse-width-modulated 24 V output signal to supply background illumination of dimmable instruments
with power.
PWM output signal (3 to 100 %), positive-switching (High side)
Total output current at all terminals max. 2 A
Input filter
Various setpoint signal inputs:
PWM input signal (e.g. from printed circuit board INB 2, which can control up to 10 DIM 3s in parallel)
Potentiometer (5 k)
Analog voltage 7 to 28 V
Analog voltage 0 to 10 V
Adjustable basic brightness
Wide input voltage range, controlled (typ. 17 to 29 V)
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Terminals

The supply voltage is supplied via terminals 101 and 102 (+24 VDC) and 103 and 104 (ground). 8 outputs are available
for lamp control at terminals 201 to 216. The dimming voltage is set by varying assignment at terminals 107 to 116.
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Block circuit diagram

1 Self-restoring fuse 2 Control unit


F1: 6 A

Circuitry for dimming voltage setting


Possible connection for dimming voltage setting.
Connection is only established at terminals 107 to 116 respectively.

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PWM setting with INB 2

1 Control unit
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PWM setting from external device

1 Control unit

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Analog voltage 0 to 10 V

1 Control unit
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Analog voltage 7 to 28 V

1 Control unit

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Potentiometer with basic brightness 3 % pulse-width

1 Control unit
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Potentiometer with basic brightness 6 % pulse-width

1 Control unit

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Potentiometer with basic brightness 12 % pulse-width

1 Control unit
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Potentiometer with basic brightness 18 % pulse-width

1 Control unit

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Potentiometer with basic brightness 24 % pulse-width

1 Control unit
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2.4.2 DIM Technical data


Technical data of DIM 3
Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 60 x 70 x 90
Weight kg 0.3
Installation position As desired
Input voltage VDC 17 to 29
Output current A 2
Filter power consumption W <1
Connecting-cable cross section per ter mm2 Per terminal max. 2 x 2.5
minal
Degree of protection IP 20 as per DIN 40 050
Shock 10g , 11 ms
Vibrostability
Top-hat rail mounting Hz 2 to 13.2: Xpp = 1 mm
13.2 to 100: a = 0.7 g
Screw mounting Hz 2 to 25: Xpp = 1.6 mm
25 to 100: a = 4 g
EMC specification
Ambient temperature C -30 to +70
Storage temperature C -35 to +85
Rel. humidity % 0 to 97, non-condensing
Color Blue (RAL 5015)
Material Fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate
Number of terminals 32
Reverse-battery protection Yes
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuses)

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2.5 Design and Function of PSM


2.5.1 Power supply modules
Purpose and structure of PSM 301
Design

1 Basic module 2 Printed circuit board PSM 301

Use
Input filter
Electrical isolation of output voltages
Self-restoring fuses
Outputs 6 x 5 VDC (each 50 mA)
Outputs 8 x 10 VDC (each 50 mA)
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Terminals

The primary voltage (supply voltage) is supplied via terminals 101 and 102 (+V) and 103 (ground). The controlled
output voltages are available at terminals 105 to 116 (+5 V voltage) and 201 to 216 (+10 V voltage) .
Terminal 104 is connected to PE on the PSM, not terminal 106 as on the PIMs.

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Block circuit diagram

1 Self-restoring fuse 2 Self-restoring fuse


F1: 1.1 A Fx: 100 mA
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2.5.2 Technical data PSM 3-01


Technical data of PSM 3-01
Designation Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 60 x 70 x 90
Weight kg 0,3
Installation position As desired
Input voltage VDC 12 to 36
Output current mA 50 per 5 V output
50 per 10 V output
Output voltage VDC 6x5 2%
8 x 10 2 %
Connecting-cable cross section per ter mm2 Per terminal max. 2 x 2.5
minal
Degree of protection IP 20 to DIN 40 050
Shock resistance 10 g , 11 ms
Vibrostability
Top-hat rail mounting Hz 2 to 13.2: Xpp = 1 mm
13.2 to 100: a = 0.7 g
Screw-mounting Hz 2 to 25: Xpp = 1.6 mm
25 to 100: a = 4 g
EMC specification
Ambient temperature C -30 to +70
Storage temperature C -35 to +85
Rel. humidity % 0 to 97, non-condensing
Color Blue (RAL 5015)
Material Fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate
Number of terminals 32
Reverse-battery protection YES
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuses)

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2.5.3 Power supply modules


Purpose and structure of PSM 3-01/A
Design

1 Basic module 2 Printed circuit board PSM 3-01/A

Use
Input filter
Electrical isolation of output voltages
Self-restoring fuses
Outputs 2 x +15 VDC (each 50 mA)
Outputs 2 x -15 VDC (each 50 mA)
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Terminals

The primary voltage (supply voltage) is supplied via terminals 101 and 102 (+V) and 103 (ground). The controlled
output voltages are available at the terminals 105 and 107 (GND), 201 and 203 (+15 V voltage) and 106, 108, 202,
204 and others (15 V voltage).
Terminal 104 is connected to PE on the PSM, not terminal 106 as on the PIMs.

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Block circuit diagram

1 Self-restoring fuse 2 Self-restoring fuse


F1: 1.1 A Fx: 100 mA
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2.5.4 Technical data PSM 3-01/A


Technical data of PSM 3-01/A
Designation Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 60 x 70 x 90
Weight kg 0,3
Installation position As desired
Input voltage VDC 12 to 36
Output current mA 50 per output
Output voltage VDC 2 x +15 2 %
2 x 15 2 %
Connecting-cable cross section per ter mm2 Per terminal max. 2 x 2.5
minal
Degree of protection IP 20 to DIN 40 050
Shock resistance 10 g , 11 ms
Vibrostability
Top-hat rail mounting Hz 2 to 13.2: Xpp = 1 mm
13.2 to 100: a = 0.7 g
Screw-mounting Hz 2 to 25: Xpp = 1.6 mm
25 to 100: a = 4 g
EMC specification
Ambient temperature C -30 to +70
Storage temperature C -35 to +85
Rel. humidity % 0 to 97, non-condensing
Color Blue (RAL 5015)
Material Fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate
Number of terminals 32
Reverse-battery protection YES
Overcurrent protection Yes (self-restoring fuses)

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2.5.5 Mechanical installation of PIMs, FIMs, DIMs and PSMs


Mounting variants
Top-hat rail mounting

1 Mounting clip 2 Top-hat rail 3 End clip

Top-hat rail mounting involves automatic grounding by a spring in the mechanism of the PIM.
Screw mounting

1 Securing screws (M4) 2 Mounting clip


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For screw mounting, grounding must be established by means of a separate cable.


(Check protective earth (PE) terminal number on various modules!)

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Mounting in a protective housing

The modules may be screw-mounted or mounted on top-hat rails in a protective housing for use in extreme ambient
conditions (degree of protection exceeding IP 20).

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2.5.6 EMC specification


EMC specifications for PIMs 1, 2, 3, 5 and FIM
EMC as per EN 6100062:2002 and EN 6100064:2002
Item Unit Value
Electromagnetic radiation As per EN 55 011:2000
Radiation Class A
Supply line Class A
Electrostatic discharge kV As per EN 61000-4-2:2001
Indirect: 8
Electromagnetic fields MHz As per EN 61000-4-3:2002
80 to 1000: 10 V/m
Transient bursts kV As per EN 61000-4-4:2002
Supply lines 2
Data line (shielded) 2
Signal lines (unshielded) 1
Signal lines (shielded or with fer 2
rite)
Surge kV As per EN 61000-4-5:2001
Symmetrical: 1
Asymmetrical: 2
Compatibility of line-related noise V As per EN 61000-4-6:2001
150 kHz to 80 MHz 10

Advice on electrical connection


Consider the following aspects to comply with EMC limit values:
The grounding cable between protective earth (PE) and the terminals of the PIMs, FIMs, DIMs and PSMs must
have a cross-section of at least 2.5 mm and must not exceed 10 cm in length.
Sensors/actuators must be connected with twisted-conductor cables only. The maximum cable length for
unshielded cables is 5 m and for shielded cables 50 m.
Burst requirements (2 kV) can only be fulfilled with shielded or ferrite cables.
EMC specifications for PIM 701
EMC as per EN 6100062:2002 and EN 6100064:2002
Item Unit Value
Electromagnetic radiation As per EN 55 011:2000
Radiation Class A*2)
Supply line Class A
Electrostatic discharge kV As per EN 61000-4-2:2001
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Indirect: 8
Electromagnetic fields MHz As per EN 61000-4-3:2002
80 to 2000: 20 V/m*1)
Transient bursts kV As per EN 61000-4-4:2002
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Item Unit Value


Surge kV As per EN 61000-4-5:2001
Symmetrical: 1
Asymmetrical: 2
Compatibility of line-related noise V As per EN 61000-4-6:2001
150 kHz to 80 MHz 10*1)

*1) Only fulfilled with shielded lines


*2) With shielded lines and a shielded housing. Attenuation of shielding > 10 dB.

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2.6 Design and Function of MPU 23


2.6.1 Printed circuit board MPU 23
Purpose and design of MPU 23
Design

1 Component side 4 LED (green) Power supply (+5 V) 7 LED (yellow) Data transmit on CAN1
2 Soldering side 5 LED (red) Processor reset/fault or CAN2
3 Top view 6 LED (yellow) Data receive on CAN1 8 Sub-PCB for 2nd interface
or CAN2

Use
MPU 23 is only used in a PIM 1 (with printed circuit board COB 1) or PIM 2 (with printed circuit board COB 3).
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Features
Single-chip processor (68HC11E1) in HCMOS technology
Integrated watchdog circuit (program flow monitoring)
7.5 Kbyte RAM main memory
2 x 56 Kbyte FEPROM program and data memory
512 byte EEPROM for dialog parameters
I2C bus for communication with the serial EEPROM (configuration data)
8 interruptible 16-bit timer for PIM real-time processes
Power consumption less than 100 mA
Wide supply voltage range (24 VDC, 50% to +30%)
Electrical isolation of the power supply by DC/DC converter
Internal voltage stabilization (5 VDC) for MPU 23 and the PIM printed circuit boards used
CAN interface as per ISO 11 898, electrically isolated
Extendable interface (option) by using sub-PCBs
CAN: by printed circuit board MPU 23 with CCB 1
RS422: by printed circuit board MPU 23 with SCB 2
RS232: by printed circuit board MPU 23 with SCB 4
Electrically isolated interface power supply
Status indication by LEDs
Temperature and operating voltage monitoring
Function
MPU 23 has the following tasks:
Communication of PIM with higher-level systems.
Process control, data acquisition and processing.
The standard software is stored in the FEPROM of MPU 23.
Application-specific data (e.g. configurations etc.) can also be transferred to the FEPROM via the CAN bus.
Dialog parameters (e.g. limit values etc.) can be stored in the internal EEPROM.
MPU 23 facilitates the control of the printed circuit boards of a PIM and the processing of their data.
The configuration of the PIMs used (e.g. the PIM printed circuit boards used, the baud rate, the field bus identifier
etc.) are stored in a serial EEPROM located on printed circuit board COB 1 or COB 3.
MPU 23 communicates with the serial EEPROM via the I2C bus.
MPU 23 communicates with the user via the CAN interface.
MPU 23 is equipped with one CAN interface (CAN1).
A second interface may be defined as an option by inserting a sub-PCB.
It is possible to choose between an RS232, RS422 or second CAN interface.
MPU 23 with CCB 1, additional CAN interface (CAN2).
MPU 23 with SCB 2, additional RS422 interface.
MPU 23 with SCB 4, additional RS422 interface.
MPU 23 is available as a spare part with or without the bootstrap loader:
MPU 23 with bootstrap loader (MTU order no. 504 530 87 97 / S0013).
The system and basic software is automatically loaded in the MPU 23 when a PPS (Programmable Process
Station) is available.
If no PPS is available, the software is loaded via the BDM (Backup Data Module).
MPU 23 without bootstrap loader (MTU order no. 504 530 87 97).
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Downloading realized by programming unit SST 1-01.


Function of LEDs during download
Red LED indicator functions

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LED Status Meaning


Red LED (5) Lit Lit after RESET until RAM and ROM test have
been successfully completed.
Red LED (5) Lit (after test) Serious fault encountered during one of the fol
lowing tests:
RAM test
ROM test
Overvoltage test
Undervoltage test
Overtemperature test
Watchdog tripped.
Replace printed circuit board.
Red LED (5) Flashing with 1 Hz System awaiting System Software Enable sig
nal.

Requirements for yellow LED indicator functions:


LED Status
Red LED (5) Dark
Green LED (4) Lit

Yellow LED indicator functions


Requirement:
System Software Enable signal received within the last 5 s.
Note: The meaning of the yellow LEDs may deviate if with special MPU 23 software versions are installed.
LED Status Meaning
Yellow LED (6) Lit System Software Download Response.
PDU received.
This state is maintained
until downloading has been completed;
until the next 1 Kblock of data has been
received;
if no data is received for 5 s.
Yellow LED (6) Lit CAN bus transmitting
Alive messages;
System messages;
System Software Download Response.
Yellow LEDs (6 and 7) Flash Flash-EPROM cells are erased or programmed.

Terminal assignment
MPU 23
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Relationship between MPU 23 and the terminals of the PIM.


MPU 23 is always located in slot 1 of the PIM.
Connection terminal Name
101/102 Positive supply voltage (+24 V DC)
103/104 Supply voltage ground (GND)

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Connection terminal Name


105 Ground of CAN1 controller GND (CAN1)
106 Ground connection (PE) of COBs/housing (external shielding)
107/108 CAN1 interface: Negative input CAN1(L)
109/110 CAN1 interface: Positive input CAN1(H)
111-116 Reserved for extension sub-PCBs.

MPU 23 with CCB 1


Relationship between MPU 23 with CCB 1 and the terminals of the I/O module.
MPU 23 with CCB 1 is always located in slot 1 of the I/O module.
The following terminals are additionally assigned on MPU 23 with CCB 1:
Connection terminal Name
111 Ground of CAN2 controller GND (CAN2)
113/114 CAN2 interface: Negative input CAN2 (L)
115/116 CAN2 interface: Positive input CAN2 (H)

MPU 23 with SCB 2


Relationship between MPU 23 with SCB 2 and the terminals of the PIM.
MPU 23 is always located in slot 1 of the PIM.
The following terminals are additionally assigned on MPU 23 with SCB 2:
Connection terminal Name
111 RS422 interface: Positive output A2 (TX)
112 RS422 interface: Negative output A2 (TX)
113/114 RS422 interface: Negative input E1 (RX)
115/116 RS422 interface: Positive input E2 (RX)

MPU 23 with SCB 4


Relationship between MPU 23 with SCB 4 and the terminals of the PIM.
MPU 23 is always located in slot 1 of the PIM.
The following terminals are additionally assigned on MPU 23 with SCB 4:
Connection terminal Name
111 RS232 interface: GND
112 RS232 interface: TXD
113/114 RS232 interface: RXD
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2.6.2 MPU 23 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 17
Weight kg 0.050
Input voltage VDC 24, -50 % to +30 %
Power consumption mA < 135 (with one CAN interface)
< 185 (with one additional interface)
Power loss mW < 1675
Microcontroller Byte 8HC11E1
with 512 EEPROM and 256 RAM
Memory Kbyte 7.5 RAM
112 FEPROM
Table 4: General information

Term Unit Value


CAN bus system As per ISO 11 898
Baud rate kBd 50 to 1000
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Table 5: Data transmission

Term Unit Value


Bit-serial As per RS 232/RS 422 standard
Baud rate kBd 1.2 to 19.2
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
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2.6.3 Printed circuit board CCB 1


Purpose and design
Design

1 Component side 2 Soldering side

Use
CCB 1 is only used in MPU 23.
Features
CAN standard interface extension for MPU 23
Directly pluggable on MPU 23
Interface is electrically isolated
Function
CCB 1 is an interface extension for MPU 23.
It realizes a CAN standard interface (ISO 11 898).
Electrically connected to MPU 23 via a plug connector.
CCB 1 converts CAN level signals into TTL level signals.
Signal isolation is realized by optocouplers.
The TTL level signals are required for communication with the single-chip processor on MPU 23.
MPU 23 processes the data and controls the interface drivers.
The interface is connected by the terminal strip of the PIM.
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2.6.4 CCB 1 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 10 x 40 x 4
Weight kg 0.002
Input voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 23
Power consumption mA < 50
Connection Spare plug-in location on MPU 23
Table 6: General information

Term Unit Value


CAN bus system As per ISO 11 898
Baud rate kBd 50 to 1000
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Table 7: Data transmission
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2.6.5 Printed circuit board SCB 2


Task
SCB 2 provides a serial interface as per RS422 standards.
Design

1 Component side 2 Soldering side

SCB 2 comprises a populated backplane and 14 pins.


SCB 2 features:
Electrical connection via plug connectors, i.e. the printed circuit board can be connected directly.
Misconnection is prevented by varying pin arrangements.
SCB 2 can be used in various assemblies.
The interface is electrically isolated.
Function
SCB 2 converts the following signals:
RS422 level into TTL level
TTL level into RS422 level.

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2.6.6 SCB 2 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 10 x 40 x 4
Weight kg 0.002
Input voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 23
Power consumption mA < 50, via MPU 23
Connection Spare plug-in location on MPU 23
Table 8: General

Item Unit Value


CAN bus system As per RS422 standard
Baud rate kBd 1.2 to 19.2
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Table 9: Data transmission
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2.6.7 Printed circuit board SCB 4


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 2 Soldering side

Use
SCB 4 is only used in MPU 23.
Features
RS232 standard interface extension for MPU 23
Directly pluggable on MPU 23
Interface is electrically isolated
Function
SCB 4 is an interface extension for MPU 23.
It realizes an RS232 standard interface.
Electrically connected to MPU 23 via a plug connector.
SCB 4 converts RS232 level signals into TTL level signals.
Signal isolation is realized by optocouplers.
The TTL level signals are required for communication with the single-chip processor on MPU 23.
MPU 23 processes the data and controls the interface drivers.
The interface is connected by the terminal strip of the PIM.
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2.6.8 SCB 4 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 10 x 40 x 4
Weight kg 0.002
Input voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 23
Power consumption mA < 50, via MPU 23
Connection Spare plug-in location on MPU 23
Table 10: General

Item Unit Value


Bit serial As per RS422 standard
Baud rate kBd 1.2 to 19.2
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Table 11: Data transmission
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2.7 Design and Function of MPU 27


2.7.1 Printed circuit board MPU 27
Purpose and design of MPU 27
Design

1 Component side 4 LED (red) Processor reset/fault 7 LED (green) Power supply (+5 V)
2 Soldering side 5 LED (yellow) CAN communication 8 Connector for mounting display mod
3 Top view CAN2 ule FCB 2
6 LED (yellow) CAN communication
CAN1

Use
MPU 27 can only be used in a PIM 5 (with COB 17), in a PIM 3 (with COB 5) or in a PIM 7 (with COB 21).
The following printed circuit boards for signal input/output are not supported by MPU 27:
Printed circuit board FCB 1
Printed circuit board INB 1
Printed circuit board MFB 2
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Printed circuit board MOB 1


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Features
Microcontroller C167 CS with 2 integral CAN controllers
1M x 16, offering a total of 2 Mbyte FEPROM
512K x 16, offering a total of 1 Mbyte RAM
5 channel A/D converter to acquire temperatures and supply voltages
4 x PWM channels
6 x Capture Register (DRZ speed input channels)
Integrated watchdog circuit (program flow monitoring)
LED status indicators for operating voltage, reset and CAN communication
Switched-mode power supply unit for 24 V/5 V-1A
2 x DC/DC converter for electrically isolated CAN power supply
2 x CAN interfaces as per ISO 11 898, electrically isolated
Temperature and operating voltage monitoring (24 V/5 V)
Extended functionality available with pluggable LCD display interface (2*16 LCD and 4 keys for operation) (FCB 2
module).
Function
MPU 27 has the following tasks:
Communication of PIM with higher-level systems.
Process control, data acquisition and processing.
The standard software is stored in the FEPROM of MPU 27.
Application-specific data (e.g. configurations etc.) can also be transferred to the FEPROM via the CAN bus.
The configuration of the PIMs used (e.g. the PIM printed circuit boards used, the baud rate, the field bus identifier
etc.) are stored in a serial EEPROM located on printed circuit board COB 5, COB 17 or COB 21.
MPU 27 communicates with the serial EEPROM via the I2C bus.
MPU 27 communicates with the user via the CAN interface.
MPU 27 is equipped with two CAN interfaces (CAN1 and CAN2).
MPU 27 includes a bootstrap loader.
The system and basic software is automatically loaded in the MPU 27 when a PPS is available.
If no PPS is available, the software is loaded via the BDM (Backup Data Module).
Function of LEDs during download
Red LED indicator functions
LED Status Meaning
Red LED (4) Lit/dark The red LED indicates the state of the processor
printed circuit board.
This LED goes out after a Power-On-RESET.
Red LED (4) Lit Serious fault encountered
(after Power-On-RESET) Watchdog tripped
Replace printed circuit board.
Red LED (4) Flashing with 1 Hz System awaiting System Software Enable sig
nal.
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Requirements for yellow LED indicator functions:


LED Status
Red LED (4) Dark
Green LED (7) Lit

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LED Status Meaning


Yellow LEDs (5 and 6) Flash alternately with 4 Hz. Basic software download.
Flash synchronously with 4 Hz. Project data download.
Flash irregularly. Data communication on the CAN buses.

A bootstrap loader program must be installed on the MPU 27 to execute the download feature.
Terminal assignment
MPU 27
Relationship between MPU 27 and the terminals of the PIM.
MPU 27 is always located in slot 1 of the PIM.
Connection terminal Name
101/102 Positive supply voltage (+24 VDC)
103/104 Supply voltage ground (GND)

105 Ground of CAN1 (GND)


106 Ground connection (PE) of COBs/housing (external shielding)

107/108 CAN1 interface: Negative input CAN1(L)


109/110 CAN1 interface: Positive input CAN1 (H)

111 Ground of CAN2 (GND)


112 Not used

113/114 CAN2 interface: Negative input CAN2 (L)


115/116 CAN2 interface: Positive input CAN2 (H)

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2.7.2 MPU 27 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 17
Weight kg 0.050
Input voltage VDC 24, -50 % to +30 %
Power consumption mA < 350
(depending on printed circuit boards used)
Power loss mW Approx. 1200
Microcontroller C167 CS
Memory Mbyte 1 RAM
2 FEPROM
Table 12: General information

Term Unit Value


CAN bus system As per ISO 11 898
Baud rate kBd 125 to 250
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler.
Table 13: Data transmission
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2.7.3 Display module FCB 2


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Display module 3 ENTER key 5 Down key


2 LCD display 4 Up key 6 ESC key

Use
The optional FCB 2 is only mounted on PIM cassettes with MPU 27.
Function
The LCD module (1) comprises a two-line (2 x 16 figure) illuminated LCD display (2) and 4 keys.
The display shows system information, parameters, data etc.
FCB 2 is supplied as a separate module or together with a PIM 5 or a PIM 3 or a PIM 7.
Versatile use with the following variants:
PIM cassette with MPU 27 is used with display module
PIM cassette with MPU 27 is used without display module (e.g. poor accessibility to terminal box)
The display module is temporarily mounted for servicing (e.g. during initial startup).
Scrolling through the main menu is possible with the Up/Down keys (3 and 4).
The desired menu is then selected with the ENTER key (3). Scrolling in a sub-menu is possible with the Up/Down
keys (4 and 5).
On the "Password page" the ENTER key (3) selects the point and the Up/Down keys (3 and 4) select the characters.
Pressing the ESC key (6) moves back.
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2.7.4 FCB 2 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 44 x 62 x 24
Weight kg 0.035
Input voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 27
Power consumption mA Approx. 35
Power loss mW Approx. 175
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2.8 Design and Function of AIB


2.8.1 Printed circuit board AIB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 3 Plan view 5 LED (green) Power supply (12 V)


2 Soldering side 4 LED (red) "Printed circuit board
RESET"

Use
Printed circuit board AIB 1 is used to acquire resistance, current and voltage signals.
Features
Four independent analog channels.
Each analog channel is suitable for acquiring resistance, voltage and current signals.
Software-configuration of analog channels.
TIM ID: 0000008211 - 001

Automatic calibration of measuring amplifier and A/D converter.


High resolution with 12-bit A/D converter.
Internal reference voltage sources.
All inputs equipped with EMC protective filter.
LED status indication (not on AIB1-01)
Function
The various input signals are connected according to defined connection diagrams.

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Configuration of the signal types connected to the various analog channels is realized by the software.
An analog channel has four input terminals with the following functions:
The internal 10 VDC reference voltage is tapped at terminal A for resistance measuring (e.g. for Pt100 resistance
thermometer). The reference voltage (or reference current) is only connected when channels are appropriately
configured.
Terminals B and C may be considered as differential voltage inputs of an operation amplifier. A differential filter
between the terminals offers optimum interference voltage suppression and offers EMC protection at the same
time.
A reference potential (ground) is provided via terminal D . A resistor required for current measuring (4 mA to 20
mA) is connected between terminal D and PIM ground.
The input signals of the four analog channels are selected by a multiplexer and supplied to a measuring amplifier.
Measuring amplifier gain-time is controlled automatically by the measuring amplifier.
It depends on the configured signal source of the analog channel concerned.
A 12-bit A/D converter converts the amplified analog input signal into a data word for digital processing by the processor
printed circuit board used.
Connection assignment
Terminal Abbreviation Designation
n01 A Reference voltage Uref1 *)
n02 B Differential voltage input ()
n03 C Differential voltage input (+)
n04 D Ground

n05 A Reference voltage Uref2 *)


n06 B Differential voltage input ()
n07 C Differential voltage input (+)
n08 D Ground

n09 A Reference voltage input Uref3 *)


n10 B Differential voltage input ()
n11 C Differential voltage input (+)
n12 D Ground

n13 A Reference voltage Uref4 *)


n14 B Differential voltage input ()
n15 C Differential voltage input (+)
n16 D Ground
Table 14: Relationship between AIB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.

*) Depending on channel configuration.


The variable n in terminal designations stands for the slot used in the PIM.
TIM ID: 0000008211 - 001

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Connection examples
Terminal assignment of printed circuit board AIB 1

1 Channel 1 3 Channel 3 5 Terminal strip for one PIM printed cir


2 Channel 2 4 Channel 4 cuit board

Variable n depends on plug-in location used.

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Connection of a 4-wire sensor (e.g.: Pt100, Ni100)

1 Temperature sensor
TIM ID: 0000008211 - 001

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Connection of a 2-wire sensor (e.g.: Pt1000, Ni1000)

1 Temperature sensor

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Connection of a NiCr-Ni sensor

1 NiCr-Ni sensor
TIM ID: 0000008211 - 001

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Connection of a current source (4 mA to 20 mA)

1 Current sensor (two-wire technology) 2 Measuring resistor (internal)

Current input (measuring input) is not short-circuit-proof.

TIM ID: 0000008211 - 001

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Connection of a DC voltage source


TIM ID: 0000008211 - 001

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Connection of a potentiometer

* This resistor (221 k) is used for cable damage monitoring (faulty slider or cable connection disrupted).

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2.8.2 AIB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 110
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 50
Power loss mW < 550
Electrical isolation Yes, to module bus
Common-mode voltage at inputs B and VDC < 10 (to ground).
C
Table 15: General

Item Unit Value


Sensor power supply Internal, short-circuit-proof
Sensor current mA Approx. 1.2
Sensor connection 2 or 4-wire possible
Sensor monitoring Short circuit and disruption
Measuring ranges
Ni100 C -60 to +180
Pt100 C -200 to +850
Ni1000 C -60 to +180
Pt1000 C -200 to +850
Input filter Hz fg = 22 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Measuring error K 1.2 (without sensor)
< 1 % over the entire measuring range.
Table 16: Analog input temperature sensor

Item Unit Value


Sensor power supply; VDC 16.8 to 32, external,
Note on ground distribution. module ground terminal 103 or 104 necessary.
Sensor monitoring
Signal: 4 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at / < 2 and / > 22 (configurable)
Signal: 0 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at / > 22 (configurable)
Measuring range mA 0 to +25
TIM ID: 0000008212 - 001

Input filter Hz fg = 10 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade


Resolution Bit Internal 12
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor).
Sampling rate Hz fa > 20
Compliance voltage VDC <4

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Item Unit Value


Input resistance 50
Table 17: Analog input current source

Item Unit Value


Measuring range VDC -0.25 to +10.25
Input filter Hz fg = 22 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Input resistance k > 50
Resolution Bit 12 internal
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor).
Table 18: Analog input voltage source

Item Unit Value


Power supply VDC 10, 0.5 %, internal
Measuring current mA Max. 10, short-circuit-proof
Source resistance k 1 R 10
Measuring range VDC -0.25 to +10.25
Sensor monitoring Short circuit and disruption.
Input filter Hz fg = 22 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Input resistance k > 50
Resolution Bit 12 internal
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor).
Table 19: Analog input potentiometer

Item Unit Value


Measuring range mV 0 to 45
Sensor monitoring Disruption
Input filter Hz fg = 22 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Input resistance k > 50
Resolution Bit 12 internal
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor).
Terminal temperature compensation Yes with temperature sensor.
Table 20: Analog input thermocouple (e.g. NiCr-Ni)
TIM ID: 0000008212 - 001

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2.8.3 Printed circuit board AIB 2


Purpose and design
Design

1 Component side 3 Top view 5 LED (yellow) Output 1 active


2 Soldering side 4 LED (red) Printed circuit board 6 LED (yellow) Output 2 active
RESET

Features
Two independent electrically-interconnected analog input channels respectively for the acquisition of:
One voltage signal (0 VDC to +10 VDC) or
One current signal from 4 mA to 20 mA (two-wire connection)
Two independent analog output channels respectively for the output of:
One voltage signal (0 VDC to +10 VDC) or
One current signal from 4 mA to 20 mA (two-wire connection)
Software-configuration of analog channels
Electrically isolated inputs/outputs
TIM ID: 0000008213 - 002

All inputs/outputs equipped with EMC protective filter


Status indication by LEDs (LED (red) not on AIB 2-01 and AIB 2-02)
Function
AIB 2 acquires and outputs current and voltage signals. Configuration of the signal type connected to an analog
channel is realized by the software and appropriate circuitry.

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Input channels
Two analog input channels acquire current and voltage signals.
Each input channel acquires voltage or current signals.
Example for voltage signal acquisition

1 Module housing with AIB 2 2 Input signal 1

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Example for current signal acquisition

1 Module housing with AIB 2 2 Input signal 1

The input signals are filtered and digitalized by a 12-bit A/D converter. The input circuit is electrically isolated from the
electronics by optocouplers.
The data are processed and evaluated by the processor printed circuit board used.
Both input channels are referenced to the same ground, i.e. terminals n02 and n06 are connected internally.
Output channels
Two analog output channels output current and voltage signals. Each output channel outputs voltage or current sig
nals. Mixed operation (current output and voltage output) is not possible.
Operational availability of output channels 1 and 2 is indicated by two LEDs.
TIM ID: 0000008213 - 002

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Example for voltage signal output

1 Output signal 1

TIM ID: 0000008213 - 002

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Example for current signal output

1 Output signal 1

The operating voltage of the external voltage (+ UEXT) must be filtered by filter module FIM 1 before supply.
Terminal assignment
Connection terminal Name
n01 Input channel 1: Positive input voltage (0 VDC to 10 VDC)
n02 Input channel 1: Ground (GND), internally connected to n06
n03 Input channel 1: Current input (4 mA to 20 mA)
n04 Input channel 2: Current input (4 mA to 20 mA)

n05 Input channel 2: Positive input voltage (0 VDC to 10 VDC)


n06 Input channel 2: Ground (GND), internally connected to n02
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n07 Not used


n08 Not used

n09 Output channel 1: Positive output voltage (0 VDC to 10 VDC)


n10 Output channel 1: Current output (4 mA to 20 mA)
n11 Output channel 1: Positive external supply voltage (+ UEXT) via filter module FIM 1

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Connection terminal Name


n12 Output channel 1: External supply voltage ground (GNDEXT )

n13 Output channel 2: Positive output voltage (0 VDC to 10 VDC)


n14 Output channel 2: Current output (4 mA to 20 mA)
n15 Output channel 2: Positive external supply voltage (+ UEXT) via filter module FIM 1
n16 Output channel 2: External supply voltage ground (GNDEXT )

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2.8.4 AIB 2 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 80
Power loss mW < 400
Table 21: General information

Term Unit Value


Input filter Hz fg = 70 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Resolution Bit 12 internal
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor)
Sampling rate Hz fa > 20
Electrical isolation Yes, between electronics and outputs,
no, between inputs channel 1 and channel 2.
Analog input current signal
Signal monitoring
Signal: 4 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at / < 2 and
/ > 22 (configurable)
Signal: 0 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at/> 22 (configurable)
Compliance voltage VDC <4
Input resistance Approx. 120
Measuring range mA 0 to +25
Analog input voltage signal
Measuring current mA <1
Measuring range VDC 0 to +10.25
Sensor monitoring Disruption
Input resistance k > 25
Table 22: Input channels

Term Unit Value


Analog output current signal
Power supply VDC 7.5 to 32, external
Compliance voltage VDC 7.5
Output current of current source mA 4 to 20
TIM ID: 0000008214 - 002

Resolution Bit 12
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute
Electrical isolation Yes
Analog output voltage signal
Power supply VDC 16.8 to 32, external

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Term Unit Value


Power consumption mA < 15
Output voltage VDC 0 to 10
Output current of voltage source mA < 10
Resolution Bit 12
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute
Electrical isolation Yes
Table 23: Output channels

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2.8.5 Printed circuit board AIB 3


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 4 LED (yellow) "Spare" 7 LED (green) "Operation"


2 Soldering side 5 LED (yellow) "Spare" 8 LED (green) "Power supply (+15 V)"
3 Plan view 6 LED (red) "Printed circuit board 9 LED (green) "Power supply (15 V)"
RESET"

Features
8 analog channels for the acquisition of current signals
Automatic calibration of measuring amplifiers and A/D converter
High resolution with 12-bit A/D converter
Internal reference voltage sources
All inputs equipped with EMC protective filter.
Status indication by LEDs
Overcurrent protection
TIM ID: 0000008215 - 001

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Function

1 Analog channel 1 2 Module housing with AIB 3 3 Self-restoring fuse


F1 0.2 A

AIB 3 acquires max. eight current signals (4 mA to 20 mA).


Function is described for one analog channel. All other analog channels are identical in structure.
Each analog channel is equipped with an input for the acquisition of the current signal and a voltage output for sensor
supply (the output voltage depends on the supply voltage of the corresponding PIM). The output voltage is protected
by one fuse for each analog channel.
The current signal is selected by a multiplexer and subsequently amplified.
A 12-bit-A/D converter digitalizes the current signal. Data are processed and evaluated by the processor printed circuit
board used.
Connection assignment
Terminal Designation
n01 Analog channel 1: Output voltage 1 (+24 VDC)
TIM ID: 0000008215 - 001

n02 Analog channel 1: Current input 1

n03 Analog channel 2: Output voltage 2 (+24 VDC)


n04 Analog channel 2: Current input 2

n05 Analog channel 3: Output voltage 3 (+24 VDC)

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Terminal Designation
n06 Analog channel 3: Current input 3

n07 Analog channel 4: Output voltage 4 (+24 VDC)


n08 Analog channel 4: Current input 4

n09 Analog channel 5: Output voltage 5 (+24 VDC)


n10 Analog channel 5: Current input 5

n11 Analog channel 6: Output voltage 6 (+24 VDC)


n12 Analog channel 6: Current input 6

n13 Analog channel 7: Output voltage 7 (+24 VDC)


n14 Analog channel 7: Current input 7

n15 Analog channel 8: Output voltage 8 (+24 VDC)


n16 Analog channel 8: Current input 8
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2.8.6 AIB 3 Technical data


Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 50
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 200
Power loss mW < 660
Table 24: General

Power supply VDC 24, internal (50 % to +30 %, depending on the supply voltage of the
PIM)
Signal monitoring
Signal: 4 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at / < 2 and / > 22 (configurable)
Signal: 0 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at/> 22 (configurable)
Measuring range mA 0 to +25
Input filter Hz fg = 10 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Resolution 12 bit
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute
Sampling rate Hz fa > 20
Compliance voltage VDC <4
Input resistance Approx. 80
Overcurrent limitation mA Approx. 50 to 70
Table 25: Analog channel

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2.8.7 Printed circuit board AIB 4


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 3 Plan view


2 Soldering side 4 LED (red) "Printed circuit board
RESET"

Features
Four independent electrically isolated analog channels to acquire current signals (4 mA to 20 mA, two-wire
connection)
High resolution with 12-bit A/D converter
Overcurrent protection for analog channels
All inputs and outputs equipped with EMC protective filter.
Provision of +24 VDC for power supply of current sources
Fault indication by LED
Function
TIM ID: 0000008217 - 001

AIB 4 acquires current signals ranging between 4 mA to 20 mA. The four input channels are electrically isolated from
each other and from the electronics.
Each input channel is equipped with:
Overcurrent protection circuit
Reverse-battery protection
EMC protection filter

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Input signals digitalized by a 12-bit-A/D converter.


Data are processed and evaluated by the processor printed circuit board used.
Failure of one or more A/D converters leads to a fault message (summary alarm), indicated by red LED on AIB 4.
Operation of current sources with external or with the internal power supply possible due to electrical isolation of the
four analog channels.
Two power supply outputs are provided for use of the internal power supply of AIB 4.
Each output is protected by a self-restoring fuse (0.2 A) and is equipped with an EMC filter.
However, both outputs may only be loaded with a total current of max. 250 mA. The current is otherwise limited by
the COB.
Example for current signal acquisition (external power supply)

1 Module housing with AIB 4 2 Input signal 1


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Example for current signal acquisition (internal power supply)

1 Module housing with AIB 4 2 Self-restoring fuse


F1: 0.2 A

Connection assignment
Terminal Designation
n01 Input channel 1: Current input (4 mA to 20 mA)
n02 Input channel 1: Ground of input channel 1

n03 Input channel 1: Current input (4 mA to 20 mA)


n04 Input channel 2: Ground of input channel 2

n05 Not used


n06 Not used

n07 Input channel 3: Current input (4 mA to 20 mA)


TIM ID: 0000008217 - 001

n08 Input channel 3: Ground of input channel 3

n09 Input channel 4: Current input (4 mA to 20 mA)


n10 Input channel 4: Ground of input channel 4

n11 Not used

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Terminal Designation
n12 Not used

n13 Positive output voltage (+24 VDC)


n14 Output voltage ground (GND)
n15 Positive output voltage (+24 VDC)
n16 Output voltage ground (GND)

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2.8.8 AIB 4 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.034
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 80
Power loss mW < 400
Table 26: General

Item Unit Value


Electrical isolation Yes, between electronics and outputs,
Yes, between the inputs of a channel.
Input resistance Approx. 120
Compliance voltage VDC <4
Input filter Hz fg = 70 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Measuring range mA 0 to +25
A/D converter
Resolution Bit 12
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor)
Sampling rate Hz fa > 20
Signal monitoring
Signal: 4 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at / < 2 and / > 22 (configurable)
Signal: 0 mA - 20 mA mA Sensor fault at / > 22 (configurable)
Power supply VDC 24, internal (50 % to +30 %,
depending on the supply voltage of the PIM).
Power consumption mA Max. 250 for both channels together.
Table 27: Input channels
TIM ID: 0000008218 - 001

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2.9 Design and Function of BIB


2.9.1 Printed circuit board BIB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 8 LED (yellow) "Channel 3 active" 15 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel 6"
2 Soldering side 9 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel 16 LED (yellow) "Channel 7 active"
3 Plan view 3" 17 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel 7"
4 LED (yellow) "Channel 1 active" 10 LED (yellow) "Channel 4 active" 18 LED (yellow) "Channel 8 active"
5 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel 1" 11 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel 19 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel 8"
6 LED (yellow) "Channel 2 active" 4"
7 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel 2" 12 LED (yellow) "Channel 5 active"
13 LED (red) "Cabling damage channel
5"
14 LED (yellow) "Channel 6 active"

Features
8 electrically isolated binary channels in two-wire technology
Status indication of binary channels by LEDs (yellow)
TIM ID: 0000008219 - 001

Cable damage monitoring of binary channel connecting lines


Indication of cabling damage by LEDs (red)
Wide input voltage range (36 VDC) of binary channels
Constant input current (approx. 4 mA) in the input voltage range between 8 VDC and 36 VDC
RF filter, reverse-battery protection

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Function

1 33 k for cable damage monitoring 2 Module housing with BIB 1 3 Binary channel 1

Function of BIB 1 is described for one binary channel. All other binary channels are identical in structure.
Each binary channel is equipped with two inputs (two-wire technology) and is activated by an external voltage.
The optocoupler on BIB 1 is activated when the switch is closed. The current which then flows is limited to approx. 4
mA regardless of the external switching voltage used.
The admissible input voltage range of the binary channel is 36 VDC.
The following applies to the input voltage (Ui) of the binary channel:
Ui 8 VDC is interpreted as binary channel activated (logic "1").
Ui 4 VDC is interpreted as binary channel deactivated (logic "0").
4 VDC Ui 8 VDC must be avoided (inadmissible range).
The input signal of the corresponding binary channel is electrically isolated by an optocoupler. The channel is inter
rogated cyclically by the processor printed circuit board used. Each binary channel is assigned an LED (yellow). The
relevant LED lights up when a binary channel is activated (logic "1").
A resistor (33 k) is connected in parallel to the switching contact for cable damage monitoring. The quiescent current
TIM ID: 0000008219 - 001

which thus flows is evaluated by a separate optocoupler and cyclically interrogated by the processor printed circuit
board used. Each binary channel is assigned an LED (red). The relevant LED (red) of the affected binary channel
flashes in case of cabling damage.

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Connection assignment
Terminal Designation
n01 Binary channel 1: Positive binary input
n02 Binary channel 1: Negative binary input

n03 Binary channel 2: Positive binary input


n04 Binary channel 2: Negative binary input

n05 Binary channel 3: Positive binary input


n06 Binary channel 3: Negative binary input

n07 Binary channel 4: Positive binary input


n08 Binary channel 4: Negative binary input

n09 Binary channel 5: Positive binary input


n10 Binary channel 5: Negative binary input

n11 Binary channel 6: Positive binary input


n12 Binary channel 6: Negative binary input

n13 Binary channel 7: Positive binary input


n14 Binary channel 7: Negative binary input

n15 Binary channel 8: Positive binary input


n16 Binary channel 8: Negative binary input

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2.9.2 BIB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.026
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 30
Power loss mW < 150
Table 28: General

Item Unit Value


Input voltage range VDC < 36
Input voltage for logic "1" VDC Min. 8
Input voltage for logic "0" VDC Max. 4
Input current for logic "1" mA Approx. 4
Input current for logic "0" mA Max. 1 (for cable damage monitoring)
Sensor connection Two-pole
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Input filter Low-pass (RC) with 6 dB/decade
Sampling cycle of binary inputs ms Approx. 50
Cable length for sensor connection m Max. 5 (unshielded) twisted.
Max. 50 (shielded) twisted.
Table 29: Binary inputs
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2.9.3 Printed circuit board BIB 2


Purpose and design
Design

1 Component side 8 LED (yellow) Channel 3 active 15 LED (red) Cabling damage channel 6
2 Soldering side 9 LED (red) Cabling damage channel 16 LED (yellow) Channel 7 active
3 Top view 3 17 LED (red) Cabling damage channel 7
4 LED (yellow) Channel 1 active 10 LED (yellow) Channel 4 active 18 LED (yellow) Channel 8 active
5 LED (red) Cabling damage channel 1 11 LED (red) Cabling damage channel 19 LED (red) Cabling damage channel 8
6 LED (yellow) Channel 2 active 4
7 LED (red) Cabling damage channel 2 12 LED (yellow) Channel 5 active
13 LED (red) Cabling damage channel
5
14 LED (yellow) Channel 6 active

Features
8 electrically isolated binary channels
Status indication of binary channels by LEDs (yellow)
Cable damage monitoring of binary channel connecting lines
TIM ID: 0000008221 - 002

Indication of cabling damage by LEDs (red)


Wide input voltage range (36 VDC) of binary channels
Constant input current (approx. 4 mA) in the input voltage range between 8 VDC and 36 VDC
RF filter, reverse-battery protection
Failure of +24 VDC (switching voltage) indicated by LED.
Function
Function of BIB 2 is described for one binary channel. All other binary channels are identical in structure.

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Each binary channel is equipped with a binary input and a voltage output (+24 VDC). The switching voltage (+24 VDC)
is provided by the PIM and is protected by the fuse on the COB.
All red LEDs light up in case of switching voltage failure. All binary inputs are electrically isolated by optocouplers.

1 Module housing with BIB 2 3 Binary input 1 5 33 k for cable damage monitoring
2 Internal power supply 4 Binary channel 1

An optocoupler on BIB 2 is activated when the switching voltage (24 VDC) is applied to the binary input. The current
which then flows is limited to approx. 4 mA.
The following applies to the switching voltage:
Ui 8 VDC is interpreted as binary channel activated (logic 1).
Ui 4 VDC is interpreted as binary channel deactivated (logic 0).
4 VDC Ui 8 VDC must be avoided (inadmissible range).
The input signal of the corresponding binary channel is electrically isolated by an optocoupler. The channel is inter
rogated cyclically by the processor printed circuit board used. Each binary channel is assigned an LED (yellow). The
relevant LED lights up when a binary channel is activated (logic 1).
A resistor (33 k) is connected in parallel to the switching contact for cable damage monitoring. The quiescent current
TIM ID: 0000008221 - 002

which thus flows is evaluated by a separate optocoupler. Each binary channel is assigned an LED (red). The relevant
LED (red) of the affected binary input flashes in case of cabling damage.
Terminal assignment
Connection terminal Name
n01 Binary channel 1: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)

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Connection terminal Name


n02 Binary channel 1: Binary input 1

n03 Binary channel 2: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)


n04 Binary channel 2: Binary input 2

n05 Binary channel 3: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)


n06 Binary channel 3: Binary input 3

n07 Binary channel 4: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)


n08 Binary channel 4: Binary input 4

n09 Binary channel 5: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)


n10 Binary channel 5: Binary input 5

n11 Binary channel 6: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)


n12 Binary channel 6: Binary input 6

n13 Binary channel 7: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)


n14 Binary channel 7: Binary input 7

n15 Binary channel 8: Switching voltage (+24 VDC)


n16 Binary channel 8: Binary input 8
Table 30: Terminal assignment

TIM ID: 0000008221 - 002

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2.9.4 BIB 2 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.026
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 30
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 32
Power loss mW < 280
Table 31: General information

Term Unit Value


Input voltage range VDC Max. 36
Input voltage for logic 1 VDC min. 8
Input voltage for logic 0 VDC Max. 4
Input current for logic 1 mA Approx. 4
Input current for logic 0 mA Max. 1
Sensor connection Two-pole
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler.
Input filter Low-pass (RC) with 6 dB/decade
Sampling cycle of binary inputs ms Approx. 50
Cable length for sensor connection m Max. 5 (unshielded) twisted.
Max. 50 (shielded) twisted.
Table 32: Binary inputs
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2.10 Design and Function of BOB


2.10.1 Printed circuit board BOB 1
Purpose and design
Design

1 Component side 5 LED (yellow) Relay K2 activated 8 LED (red) steady Fault
2 Soldering side 6 LED (yellow) Relay K3 activated 9 Fuses, 3.15 A
3 Top view 7 LED (yellow) Relay K4 activated
4 LED (yellow) Relay K1 activated 8 LED (red) flashing cable damage
monitoring

All components for cable damage monitoring are omitted on printed circuit board BOB 1-02/A. The same printed circuit
board is used as illustrated (BOB 1-02), it is however only partly populated.
This means that all features related to cable damage monitoring are unavailable on printed circuit board BOB 1-02/
A.
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Features
Output of binary information by relays
Separate control of four relays by the processor printed circuit board used
Four free change-over contacts with overvoltage protection circuit, on change-over contact (K4) designed as
double contact (K4.1 and K4.2)
Indication of relay activation by LEDs (yellow)
Short-circuit protection for each relay by fuse (3.15 A)
Monitoring of relay switching states and fault indication by LED (red)
Cable damage monitoring and fault indication by LED (red) (BOB 1-02 only, no function on BOB 1-02/A)
High switching capacity (50 W)
Function
BOB 1 is equipped with four relays (K1, K2, K3 and K4) to output binary information.
The relays are activated by the processor printed circuit board used. Relay activation is indicated by LEDs (yellow).
Five change-over contacts are available to the user at the terminals of the PIM:
Relay K1: One change-over contact with cable damage monitoring for NC and NO contacts
Relay K2: One change-over contact with cable damage monitoring for NC and NO contacts
Relay K3: One change-over contact with cable damage monitoring for NC and NO contacts
Relay K4: One change-over contact with cable damage monitoring for NC and NO contacts (K4.1)
One change-over contact without cable damage monitoring (K4.2)
The change-over contacts of relays K1 to K3 are connected in parallel to reduce contact loading.
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Relay K1 (K2, K3) circuitry (cable damage monitoring not illustrated)

1 Fuse
F1: 3.15 A
F2: 3.15 A
F3: 3.15 A

Relays K1, K2, K3 and K4.1 are equipped with double cable damage monitoring for NC and NO contacts. Monitoring
is realized by loading the external switching voltage with a constant current (typ. 0.5 mA). The monitoring current also
flows when the contact is open.
A fault message is generated (LED Fault lights up red, not on BOB 1-02/A) if the control signal differs from the switching
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Circuitry of relay K4 (cable damage monitoring not illustrated)

1 Fuse
F4: 3.15 A
F5: 3.15 A

The connections of both change-over contacts are routed out on relay K4. Switching state and cable damage moni
toring (not on BOB 1-02/A) is only realized at change-over contact K4.1 (terminals n13, n12 and n11).
Terminal assignment
Relationship between BOB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.
Connection terminal Name
n01 Relay K1: NC contact
n02 Relay K1: NO contact
n03 Relay K1: Common connection

n04 Relay K2: Common connection


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n05 Relay K2: NO contact


n06 Relay K2: NC contact

n07 Relay K3: NC contact


n08 Relay K3: NO contact

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Connection terminal Name


n09 Relay K3: Common connection

n10 Not used

n11 Relay K4: NC contact 1


n12 Relay K4: NO contact 1
n13 Relay K4: Common connection 1

n14 Relay K4: Common connection 2


n15 Relay K4: NO contact 2 (unmonitored)
n16 Relay K4: NC contact 2 (unmonitored)
Table 33: Terminal assignment

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2.10.2 BOB 1 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.042
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 25
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 50
Power loss mW < 925
Table 34: General information

Term Unit Value


Switching capacity per relay W Max. 50
Switching voltage (external) VDC Max. 36
Switching current A Max. 2 (at 24 VDC)
Current for monitoring mA Max. 1 (per relay)
Short-circuit protection A Fuse (3.15)
Relay switching time ms Max. 10
Relay actuation cycle /s Max. 20
Table 35: Binary outputs
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2.10.3 Printed circuit board BOB 2


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 8 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 5 15 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 12
2 Soldering side activated" activated"
3 Plan view 9 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 6 16 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 13
4 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 1 acti activated" activated"
vated" 10 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 7 17 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 14
5 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 2 acti activated" activated"
vated" 11 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 8 18 LED (green) "Power supply (+24 V)"
6 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 3 acti activated" 19 Fuses
vated" 12 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 9
7 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 4 acti activated"
vated" 13 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 10
activated"
14 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 11
activated"

Features
Output of binary information by transistor output stages
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Separate control of 14 transistor output stages (positive-switching) by the processor printed circuit board used
Indication of transistor switching states by LEDs (yellow)
Output current monitoring and limitation
Electrical isolation of output stage circuit by optocoupler
Operating voltage of output stages (+12 VDC to +36 VDC) supplied separately.
All outputs equipped with EMC protective filter.

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Function
BOB 2 is equipped with 14 identical MOS transistor output stages (positive switching) to output binary information.
The external operating voltage of the output stages is connected to the PIM via terminals n15 (+UEXT) and n16
(GNDEXT). It ranges between +12 VDC and +36 VDC independently of the operating voltage of the PIMs.
The output stage circuit is protected by a fuse (3.15 A).
MOS power transistors are used as output stages. Electrical isolation between the output stages and the control logic
is realized by optocouplers.
Output stage transistor circuitry

1 Fuse 2 Module housing with BOB 2


F1: 3.15 A

The MOS power transistors feature the following guard circuits:


Overvoltage protection
allowing direct connection of inductive loads (e.g. relays etc.).
Overcurrent protection
switches off the relevant output stage in case of short-circuit.
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Switching states of output stage transistors are indicated by LEDs (yellow).


Connection assignment
Relationship between BOB 2 and the terminals of the PIM.

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Terminal Designation
n01 Transistor output 1 (positive-switching)
n02 Transistor output 2 (positive-switching)
n03 Transistor output 3 (positive-switching)
n04 Transistor output 4 (positive-switching)
n05 Transistor output 5 (positive-switching)
n06 Transistor output 6 (positive-switching)
n07 Transistor output 7 (positive-switching)
n08 Transistor output 8 (positive-switching)
n09 Transistor output 9 (positive-switching)
n10 Transistor output 10 (positive-switching)
n11 Transistor output 11 (positive-switching)
n12 Transistor output 12 (positive-switching)
n13 Transistor output 13 (positive-switching)
n14 Transistor output 14 (positive-switching)
n15 Positive external operating voltage (+UEXT)
n16 Negative external operating voltage (GNDEXT)

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2.10.4 BOB 2 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 10
Power loss mW < 50
Table 36: General

Item Unit Value


External operating voltage (+UEXT) VDC +12 to +36
Short-circuit protection (+UEXT) A Fuse (3.15)
Switching current A Per output: Max. 0.25
Total: Max. 3
Short-circuit protection Electronic monitoring.
Electrical isolation Yes, between output stage circuit and control logic.
Table 37: Transistor outputs
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2.10.5 Printed circuit board BOB 3


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 8 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 5 15 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 12
2 Soldering side activated" activated"
3 Plan view 9 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 6 16 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 13
4 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 1 acti activated" activated"
vated" 10 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 7 17 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 14
5 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 2 acti activated" activated"
vated" 11 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 8 18 LED (green) "Power supply (+24 V)"
6 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 3 acti activated" 19 Fuse 3.15 A
vated" 12 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 9
7 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 4 acti activated"
vated" 13 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 10
activated"
14 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 11
activated"

Features
Output of binary information by transistor output stages
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Separate control of 14 transistor output stages (ground-switching) by the processor printed circuit board used
Indication of transistor switching states by LEDs (yellow)
Output current monitoring and limitation
Electrical isolation of output stage circuit by optocoupler
Operating voltage of output stages supplied separately.
Monitoring of external operating voltage
All outputs equipped with EMC protective filter.

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Function
BOB 3 is equipped with 14 identical MOS transistor output stages (ground switching) to output binary information.
The external operating voltage of the output stages is connected to the PIM via terminals n15 (+UEXT) and n16
(GNDEXT). It ranges between +12 VDC and +36 VDC independently of the operating voltage of the PIMs.
The output stage circuit is protected by a fuse (3.15 A).
MOS transistors are used as output stages. Electrical isolation between the output stages and the control logic is
realized by optocouplers.
Output stage transistor circuitry

1 Fuse 2 Module housing with BOB 3


F1: 3.15 A

The MOS transistors feature the following guard circuits:


Overvoltage protection
allowing direct connection of inductive loads (e.g. relays etc.).
Overcurrent protection
switches off the relevant output stage in case of short-circuit.
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Switch-off is saved and must be reset by the software.


Switching states of output stage transistors are indicated by LEDs (yellow).
Connection assignment
Relationship between BOB 3 and the terminals of the PIM.

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Terminal Designation
n01 Transistor output 1: Ground switching
n02 Transistor output 2: Ground switching
n03 Transistor output 3: Ground switching
n04 Transistor output 4: Ground switching
n05 Transistor output 5: Ground switching
n06 Transistor output 6: Ground switching
n07 Transistor output 7: Ground switching
n08 Transistor output 8: Ground switching
n09 Transistor output 9: Ground switching
n10 Transistor output 10: Ground switching
n11 Transistor output 11: Ground switching
n12 Transistor output 12: Ground switching
n13 Transistor output 13: Ground switching
n14 Transistor output 14: Ground switching
n15 Positive external operating voltage (+UEXT)
n16 Negative external operating voltage (GNDEXT)

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2.10.6 BOB 3 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 10
Power loss mW < 50
Table 38: General

Item Unit Value


External operating voltage (+UEXT) VDC +12 to +36
Short-circuit protection (+UEXT) A Fuse (3.15)
Switching current A Per output: Max. 0.25
Total: Max. 3
Short-circuit protection Electronic monitoring
Electrical isolation Yes, between output stage circuit and control logic.
Table 39: Transistor outputs
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2.11 Design and Function of CCB


2.11.1 Printed circuit board CCB2
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 4 LED (yellow) CAN2 CANopen 7 LED (red) ERROR


2 Soldering side 5 LED (yellow) CAN Hi PLD 8 LED (green) RUN
3 LED (yellow) CAN1 SAEJ1993 6 LED (yellow) INFO

Use
CCB 2-03 is only used in PIM3/ PIM5/ PIM7 or in conjunction with SAM (in slot 3 only).
Features
Microcontroller MPC565 with 3 integral CAN controllers.
Dual-Port RAM 4K*8 for data interchange via MCS5 bus.
EEPROM 8K*8 connected via SPI.
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Status indication by LEDs.


SAEJ1939/CANopen interface is electrically isolated.
Function
Printed circuit board CCB2 is a gateway between several physically and logically different CAN buses and the MCS-5
system. CCB2 is an intelligent protocol converter integrated as a module in the MCS-5 system. 2 CAN buses as per
ISO11898 (SAEJ1939 / CANopen) and 1 CAN bus as per ISO 11992 (24V-CANHigh) may be connected as standard.
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nection of the engine governor (unit-pump system) MR (Temic)/MR2 to MCS-5. CCB2 incorporates a charger. The
gateway software and the project configuration data are loaded automatically from MPU27 / SAM. Downloading takes
place in 2 stages and is indicated by the LEDs. When the system is started CCB2 checks that software and project
configuration data are up-to-date with MPU27 / SAM. Software and project configuration data are compared before
they take up normal operation synchronously.
Function of the LEDs
Action Function Meaning
Supply voltage power-up LED (green) RUN and LED (yellow) INFO flash Awaiting communication with MPU27 / SAM.
at 1-second intervals.
Basic software comparison LED (green) RUN flashes at 1-second intervals. Software versions are compared.
LED (yellow) INFO flashes at 0.5-second inter If necessary, software is download followed by
vals. rebooting. LEDs are dark for approx. 8 s in this
case.
Project configuration data LED (green) RUN flashes at 1-second intervals. Project configuration data versions are com
comparison LED (yellow) INFO flashes at 0.3-second inter pared.
vals. If necessary, project configuration data are down
loaded.
Normal operation LED (green) Run steady. Depending on project configuration and channel
LED (yellow) INFO flashes. use (SAEJ 1939/CANopen/CAN 24V-High), the
yellow channel LEDs light up when the CCB2
board is transmitting telegrams on the CAN chan
nel concerned.

An internal fault has occurred if LED (yellow) INFO does not flash. Restart the board with a power-up in this case.
An internal fault has occurred if the LED (red) ERROR lights up even after several downloading attempts and the
board must be replaced.
Connection assignment
Terminal Abbreviation Designation
n01 CAN 1 L Channel SAEJ1939 negative input
n02 CAN 1 H Channel SAEJ1939 positive input
n03 CAN 1 GND Channel SAEJ1939 ground

n04 CAN 2 GND Channel CANopen ground


n05 CAN 2 L Channel CANopen negative input
n06 CAN 2 H Channel CANopen positive input

n07 Not assigned


n08 Not assigned
n09 Not assigned
n10 Not assigned
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n11 Not assigned


n12 Not assigned
n13 Not assigned

n14 CANHigh H Channel CAN High unit-pump system pos


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Terminal Abbreviation Designation


n15 CANHigh GND Channel CAN HIGH unit-pump system
ground
n16 CANHigh L Channel CAN High unit-pump system neg
ative input

Channel description
Printed circuit board Function
CCB2-03 1 CAN interface as per ISO 11898 for SAEJ1939, electrically isolated
1 CAN interface as per ISO 11898 for CANopen, electrically isolated
1 CAN interface as per ISO 11992 for unit-pump system MR
Use with MPU 27 and SAM only

Available channels
Data CAN bus SAEJ1939 CAN bus CANopen CAN bus CANHigh
Channel CAN 1 SAEJ1939 CAN2 CANopen CANHigh 24 V
Specification 11898 11898 11992
(ISO DIN)
Data rate Kbits/s Up to 500 Up to 500 125 (max. 13 m star four cable)
Protocol SAEJ 1939 CANopen For engine governor unit-pump system MR
(Temic)/MR2 only
Connector des 3-pole / CAN1_H, CAN1_L, 3-pole / CAN2_H, CAN2_L, 3-pole / CANHigh_H, CANHigh_L, CAN
ignation CAN1_GND CAN2_GND High_GND
Electrical isola Yes: 500 V Yes: 500 V No
tion
Max. GND shift 6 VDC

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2.11.2 CCB 2 Technical Data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.2
Input voltage VDC +5 (5 %, +3%) from MPU 27 / SAM
+24V (5 %) from MPU27 / SAM
Power consumption mA at 5 VDC < 600
at 24 VDC < 60
Power loss W Approx. 4
Table 40: General
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2.12 Design and Function of CRB


2.12.1 Printed circuit board CRB2
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 4 Plan view 7 LED (yellow) "CAN communication


2 Jumper 5 LED (red) "Processor reset/fault" CAN1"
3 Soldering side 6 LED (yellow) "CAN communication 8 LED (green) "Power supply (+5 V)"
CAN2"

Use
CRB2 operates as a standalone device in conjunction with a PIM1 housing.
Features
Microcontroller C167 with 2 integral CAN controllers.
512 Kbyte flash memory.
Integral Watchdog circuit (program run monitoring)
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Status indication by LEDs for operating voltage, reset and program running.
Switched-mode power supply unit for 24V/5V 1A.
2 x DC/DC converter for electrically isolated CAN power supply.
2 x CAN interfaces as per ISO 11898, electrically isolated.

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Function
CRB2 is used as a CAN-CAN repeater connecting two physically separate system levels. If a bus system is disabled
e.g. by a short circuit, the second bus system remains unaffected by this disruption.
CRB2 can also be used as an intelligent CAN amplifier board (active bus line extension).
CRB2 features firmware which starts immediately when voltage is applied.
Baud rates
Jumper on JP1 and JP2: 125 kBd
Jumper on JP2: 250 kBd
Jumper on JP1: 500 kBd
No jumper inserted: 1000 kBd
LED functions during operation
Red LED indicator functions
LED State Meaning
Red LED (4) Lit/dark The red LED indicates the state of the processor
printed circuit board.
This LED goes out after a Power-On-RESET.
Red LED (4) Lit Serious fault encountered
(after Power-On-RESET) Watchdog tripped
Printed circuit board to be replaced.

Requirements for yellow LED indicator functions:


LED State
Red LED (4) Dark
Green LED (7) Lit

Yellow LED indicator functions


LED State Meaning
Yellow LEDs (5 and 6) Flash irregularly. Data communication on the CAN buses.
Steady No data communication on the CAN buses.
Dark

Connection assignment
Terminal Designation
101 / 102 Positive supply voltage (+24 VDC)
103 / 104 Supply voltage ground (GND)

105 Ground CAN (GND)


106 Shield
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107 / 108 CAN1 interface: Negative input CAN1(L)


109 / 110 CAN1 interface: Positive input CAN1(H)

111 Ground of CAN2 (GND)


112 Not used

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Terminal Designation
113 / 114 CAN2 interface: Negative input CAN2 (L)
115 / 116 CAN2 interface: Positive input CAN2 (H)

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2.12.2 CRB 2 Technical data


General
Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 17
Weight kg 0.05
Input voltage VDC +24V (50 % to + 30 %)
Power consumption mA < 100
Power loss mW 500
Microcontroller C167 CS
Memory Kbyte 512 FEPROM

Data transmission
CAN bus system ISO 11 898
Baud rate kBd 125 or 250
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
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2.13 Design and Function of EGB


2.13.1 Printed circuit board EGB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 4 LED (yellow) "Spare" 7 LED (red) "Printed circuit board
2 Soldering side 5 LED (yellow) "Spare" RESET"
3 Plan view 6 LED (green) "Operation" 8 LED (green) "Power supply (12 V)"
9 LED (green) "Power supply (+12 V)"

Features
8 analog channels for the acquisition of voltage signals (-1 mV to +45 mV)
Automatic calibration of measuring amplifier and A/D converter
Internal reference voltage sources
Terminal compensation for NiCr-Ni temperature sensors (integrated on COB)
High resolution with 12-bit A/D converter
All inputs equipped with EMC protective filter.
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Status indication by LEDs


Function
EGB 1 acquires a maximum of eight voltage signals ranging from -1 mV to +45 mV. The use of differential inputs
makes the analog channels suitable for measuring signals from NiCr-Ni thermocouples.
Function is described for one analog channel. All other analog channels are identical in structure.

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Each analog channel features a differential voltage input. A differential filter in the input circuit offers optimum inter
ference voltage suppression and offers EMC protection at the same time.
Acquisition of voltage signals

1 Analog channel 1 2 Module housing with EGB 1 3 NiCr-Ni sensor

The voltage signal is selected by a multiplexer and subsequently amplified. A 12-bit-A/D converter digitalizes the
voltage signal. Data are processed and evaluated by the processor printed circuit board used. Temperature com
pensation is performed by the software.
Connection assignment
Relationship between EGB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.
Terminal Designation
n01 Analog channel 1: Differential voltage input (+)
n02 Analog channel 1: Differential voltage input ()
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n03 Analog channel 2: Differential voltage input (+)


n04 Analog channel 2: Differential voltage input ()

n05 Analog channel 3: Differential voltage input (+)


n06 Analog channel 3: Differential voltage input ()

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Terminal Designation
n07 Analog channel 4: Differential voltage input (+)
n08 Analog channel 4: Differential voltage input ()

n09 Analog channel 5: Differential voltage input (+)


n10 Analog channel 5: Differential voltage input ()

n11 Analog channel 6: Differential voltage input (+)


n12 Analog channel 6: Differential voltage input ()

n13 Analog channel 7: Differential voltage input (+)


n14 Analog channel 7: Differential voltage input ()

n15 Analog channel 8: Differential voltage input (+)


n16 Analog channel 8: Differential voltage input ()

Unused channels must be shorted.

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2.13.2 EGB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 80
Power loss mW < 420
Table 41: General

Item Unit Value


Measuring range mV 1 to +45
Sensor monitoring Disruption
Input filter Hz fg = 22 (RC low-pass) with 6 dB/decade
Resolution Bit 12
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor)
Sampling rate Hz fa > 20
Terminal temperature compensation Yes, by software (absolute temperature acquisition on printed circuit
board COB)
Input resistance k > 50
Table 42: Analog channel
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2.14 Design and Function of FCB


2.14.1 Printed circuit board FCB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 4 Four-figure 7-segment display 7 Fuses, 3.15 A


2 Soldering side 5 LED (yellow) "Relay K2 activated"
3 Plan view 6 LED (yellow) "Relay K1 activated"

Use
FCB 1 can only be used in devices with MPU 23.
FCB 1xx/B does not feature alarm/fault code display.
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Features
Display of alarms and fault codes
Output of binary information by transistor output stages
Independent activation of two positive-switching and two ground switching transistor output stages by
MPU 23
Output current monitoring and short-circuit protection
Electrical isolation of output stage circuits by optocouplers
Operating voltage of output stages (+12 VDC to +36 VDC) is supplied separately (protected by self-
restoring fuse F3)
Output of binary information by relays
Independent activation of the two relays by MPU 23
Indication of relay activation by LEDs (yellow)
Short-circuit protection for each relay by fuse F1 and F2 (3.15 A)
High switching capacity (50 W)
All outputs equipped with EMC protective filter.
Function
FCB 1 is used to display alarms and fault codes and to output binary information.
Alarm display and storage
Alarm messages (fault codes) from a higher-level system are transmitted to MPU 23 via a serial bus (RS422, RS232
or CAN).
MPU 23 processes and saves the alarm messages.
Alarm messages are displayed on the four-figure 7-segment display on FCB 1.
MPU 23 and FCB 1 communicate via the internal module bus.
Alarms are recorded over a period lasting 12 hours. They are categorized in four chronological groups:
Group Alarms
1 Current alarms
2 Alarms which occurred in the last hour
3 Alarms which occurred in the last 1 to 4 hours
4 Alarms which occurred in the last 4 to 12 hours

The first figure on the 7-segment display indicates the alarm group.
The alarm messages (second to fourth figure on the 7-segment display) in a group are displayed in ascending order
for 3 seconds.
Display is interrupted for 5 seconds when changing groups.
Output of binary information by MOS transistor output stages
The external operating voltage of the output stages is connected to the PIM via terminals n09 (+UEXT) and n10
(GNDEXT).
It ranges between +12 VDC and +36 VDC and is independent of the operating voltage of the PIMs.
The output stage circuit is protected by a self-restoring fuse F3 (1.1 A) on printed circuit board FCB 1.
Printed circuit board FCB 1 is equipped with two positive-switching and two ground-switching MOS power transistors.
Electrical isolation between the output stages and the control logic is realized by optocouplers.
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The MOS power transistors feature the following guard circuits:


Overvoltage protection
allowing direct connection of inductive loads (relays etc.).
Overcurrent protection
switches off the relevant output stage in case of short-circuit.

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Example for circuitry of a ground-switching output stage transistor

1 Self-restoring fuse 2 Module housing with FCB 1


F3: 1.1 A

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Example for circuitry of a positive-switching output stage transistor

1 Self-restoring fuse 2 Module housing with FCB 1


F3: 1.1 A
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Output of binary information by relays

1 Fuse
F1: 3.15 A
F2: 3.15 A

FCB 1 is equipped with two relays.


The relays are activated by MPU 23.
Relay activation is indicated by LEDs.
Two changeover contacts are provided at the terminals of the PIM. The relay changeover contacts are connected in
parallel to increase switching capacity.
Connection assignment
Relationship between FCB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.
Terminal Designation
n01 Relay K1: NC contact
n02 Relay K1: NO contact
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n03 Relay K1: Common connection


n04 Relay K2: Common connection

n05 Relay K2: NO contact


n06 Relay K2: NC contact

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Terminal Designation

n07 Not used


n08 Transistor output 1 (positive-switching)

n09 External switching voltage (+UEXT)


n10 External switching voltage ground (GNDEXT)

n11 Not used


n12 Transistor output 2 (positive-switching)
n13 Not used

n14 Not used


n15 Transistor output 3 (ground-switching)
n16 Transistor output 4 (ground-switching)
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2.14.2 FCB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.040
Supply voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 23
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 75
Power loss mW < 400
Table 43: General

Item Unit Value


Type 7-segment display (LED).
Table 44: Display

Item Unit Value


Switching capacity per relay W Max. 50
Switching voltage VDC Max. 36
Switching current A Max. 2 (at 24 VDC)
Short-circuit protection A Fuse (3.15) per relay.
Relay switching time ms Max. 10
Relay actuation cycle /s Max. 20 x
Table 45: Binary outputs (relays)

Item Unit Value


Externe operating voltage VDC +12 to +36
(+UEXT))
Switching current per output mA Max. 250
Short-circuit protection A Self-restoring fuse (1.1)
Electronic monitoring with cutoff.
Electrical isolation Yes, between output stage circuit and control logic.
Table 46: Transistor outputs (MOS transistors)

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2.15 Design and Function of IIB


2.15.1 Printed circuit board IIB 1
Use and Structure
Layout

1 Component side 4 LED (green) "Ready" 7 LED (yellow) "Binary channel 2 active"
2 Soldering side 5 LED (red) "Printed circuit board 8 LED (yellow) "Binary channel 3 active"
3 Plan view RESET" 9 LED (yellow) "Binary channel 4 active"
6 LED (yellow) "Binary channel 1
active"

Features
Instrument outputs
4 analog voltage outputs for instrument control
Output voltage ranging between 0 VDC to +10 VDC
Voltage decoupling by isolation amplifier
Binary inputs
TIM ID: 0000008231 - 002

4 electrically isolated binary channels in two-wire technology


Status indication of binary channels by LEDs (yellow)
Wide input voltage range (36 VDC) of binary channels
Constant input current (approx. 4 mA) in the input voltage range between 8 VDC and 36 VDC
RF filter, reverse-battery protection

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Operation
Instrument outputs

Control of analog display instruments, all instrument outputs are identical in structure.
The output voltage (0 VDC to +10 VDC) is generated from a data word by 8-bit-D/A converters and routed to the
terminals of the PIM via an isolation amplifier (buffer).

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Binary inputs

1 Binary input

Acquisition of binary signals (state), all binary channels are identical, function described for one binary channel.
Each binary channel is equipped with two inputs (two-wire technology) and is activated by an external voltage. The
current which then flows is limited to approx. 4 mA regardless of the external switching voltage used.
Input voltage range of the binary channel 36 VDC.
The following applies to the input voltage (Ui) of the binary channel:
Ui 8 VDC is interpreted as binary channel activated (logic "1").
Ui 4 VDC is interpreted as binary channel deactivated (logic "0").
4 VDC Ui 8 VDC should be avoided (inadmissible range).
The input signal of the corresponding binary channel is electrically isolated by an optocoupler. The channels are
interrogated cyclically by the processor printed circuit board used.
Each binary channel is assigned an LED (yellow). The relevant LED lights up when a binary channel is activated (logic
"1").
TIM ID: 0000008231 - 002

Pin assignment
Relationship between IIB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.
Terminal Designation
n01 Binary channel 1: Positive binary input
n02 Binary channel 1: Negative binary input

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Terminal Designation
n03 Binary channel 2: Positive binary input
n04 Binary channel 2: Negative binary input

n05 Binary channel 3: Positive binary input


n06 Binary channel 3: Negative binary input

n07 Binary channel 4: Positive binary input


n08 Binary channel 4: Negative binary input

n09 Positive output voltage for instrument 1


n10 Ground (GND) for instrument 1

n11 Positive output voltage for instrument 2


n12 Ground (GND) for instrument 2

n13 Positive output voltage for instrument 3


n14 Ground (GND) for instrument 3

n15 Positive output voltage for instrument 4


n16 Ground (GND) for instrument 4

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2.15.2 IIB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.024
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 15
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 50
Power loss mW < 440
Table 47: General

Item Unit Value


Output voltage range VDC +0 to +10 (5 %)
Output current mA Max. 5
Isolation amplifier Yes
Electrical isolation No
Table 48: Instrument outputs

Item Unit Value


Input voltage range VDC < 36
Input voltage for logic "1" VDC Min. 8
Input voltage for logic "0" VDC Max. 4
Input current for logic "1" mA Approx. 4
Input current for logic "0" mA Max. 1
Sensor connection Two-pole
Electrical isolation Yes, between inputs and between inputs and electronics.
Input filter Low-pass (RC) with 6 dB/decade
Sampling cycle of binary inputs ms Approx. 50
Cable length for sensor connection m Max. 5 (unshielded) twisted.
Max. 50 (shielded) twisted.
Table 49: Binary inputs
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2.16 Design and Function of INB


2.16.1 Printed circuit board INB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 3 Plan view 5 LED (red) "Printed circuit board


2 Soldering side 4 LED (yellow) "Spare" RESET"
6 LED (green) "Spare"

Use
Printed circuit board INB 1 can only used in a PIM 1 (with printed circuit board COB 1 and processor printed circuit
board MPU 23) or in a PIM 2 (with printed circuit board COB 3 and processor printed circuit board MPU 23).
Printed circuit board INB 1 is no longer used in new applications and has been substituted by printed circuit board
INB 2.
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Features
Instrument outputs
4 outputs to control display instruments
Instrument output as voltage or current output
2 outputs supply positive output signals
2 outputs supply positive and negative output signals
Short-circuit-proof instrument outputs
High resolution with 12-bit D/A converter
Dimmer
Wide dimming range (0 % to 100 %) by PWM
Output current monitoring and limitation
RF filter, reverse-battery protection
Status indication by LEDs
Function (instrument outputs)
Control of display instruments.
The output signals are generated by a 12-bit-D/A converter and routed to the terminals of the PIM via isolation amplifier
(buffer).
TIM ID: 0000008233 - 001

Two outputs to output positive output signals.


Available voltage ranges:
0 VDC to +2.5 VDC
0 VDC to +5.0 VDC
0 VDC to +10.0 VDC

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Available current range:


0 mA to +1.0 mA
Two outputs to output positive and negative output signals.
Available voltage ranges:
-2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC
5.0 VDC to +5.0 VDC
10.0 VDC to +10.0 VDC
Available current range:
1.0 mA to +1.0 mA
Dimmer
Regulation of instrument illumination.

1 Module housing 2 Fuse


F1: 1.1 A

The operating voltage for the dimmable instrument illumination is provided by an external voltage source.
This voltage is smoothed on INB 1 and protected by an RF and reverse-battery protection circuit.
TIM ID: 0000008233 - 001

The dimming voltage is generated by a PWM circuit and features a current monitoring circuit. Max. 0.4 A may flow at
a dimming voltage of 24 VDC. The dimming voltage range lies between 0 % and 100 %.
Connection assignment
Relationship between INB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.

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Terminal Designation
n01 Output 1: Current output (0 mA to +1 mA)
n02 Output 1: Ground (GND)
n03 Output 1: Voltage output
(0 VDC to +2.5 VDC,
0 VDC to +5 VDC or
0 VDC to +10 VDC)

n04 Output 2: Voltage output


(0 VDC to +2.5 VDC,
0 VDC to +5 VDC or
0 VDC to +10 VDC)
n05 Output 2: Current output (0 mA to +1 mA)
n06 Output 2: Ground (GND)

n07 Output 3: Current output (1 mA to +1 mA)


n08 Output 3: Ground (GND)
n09 Output 3: Voltage output
(2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC,
5 VDC to +5 VDC or
10 VDC to +10 VDC)

n10 Output 4: Voltage output


(2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC,
5 VDC to +5 VDC or
10 VDC to +10 VDC)
n11 Output 4: Current output (1 mA to +1 mA)
n12 Output 4: Ground (GND)

n13 Output: +UDIMM


n14 Output GNDDIMM

n15 Input: +UEXT


n16 Input GNDEXT
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2.16.2 INB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 23
+24 (50 % to +30 %) via COB
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 10
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 25
Power loss mW < 650
Table 50: General

Item Unit Value


Resolution Bit 12 internal
Isolation amplifier Yes
Electrical isolation No
Positive output voltages
Voltage ranges VDC 0 to +2.5 (0.5 %)
0 to +5.0 (0.5 %)
0 to +10.0 (0.5 %)
Output current mA Max. 5
Positive and negative output voltages
Voltage ranges VDC 2.5 to +2.5 (0.5 %)
5.0 to +5.0 (0.5 %)
10.0 to +10.0 (0.5 %)
Output current mA Max. 5
Positive output current
Output current range mA 0 to +1.0 (1 %)
Compliance voltage VDC Max. 5
Positive and negative output current
Output current range mA 1.0 to +1.0 (1 %)
Compliance voltage VDC Max. 5
Table 51: Instrument outputs

Item Unit Value


Input voltage range VDC < 36
Input filter Yes
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Reverse-battery protection Yes


Input fuse A Self-restoring fuse 1.1
Output voltage Veff 0 to 30 (2 %)
Output current A < 0.4
Short-circuit protection Yes, electronic

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Item Unit Value


Clock frequency for PWM kHz 1.84
Table 52: Dimmer
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2.16.3 Printed circuit board INB 2


Purpose and design
Design

1 Component side 3 Top view 5 LED (yellow) Instrument outputs


2 Soldering side 4 LED (green) Power supply (15 V) active
6 LED (yellow) Dimming voltage output
active

Features
Instrument outputs
4 outputs to control display instruments
Instrument output as voltage or current output
Bipolar or unipolar output signals
Short-circuit-proof instrument outputs
High resolution with 12-bit D/A converter
Dimmer
TIM ID: 0000008235 - 002

Wide dimming range (0 % to 100 %) by PWM


Output current monitoring and limitation
RF filter, reverse-battery protection
Status indication by LEDs

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Function
Instrument outputs
Control of display instruments.
The output signals are generated by a 12-bit-D/A converter and routed to the terminals of the PIM via isolation amplifier
(buffer).

Each instrument output can be used as a voltage or current output. The output signal type and level can be configured
by the software.
Unipolar output signals:
Voltage ranges:
0 VDC to +2.5 VDC
0 VDC to +5.0 VDC
0 VDC to +10.0 VDC
Current range:
0 mA to +1.0 mA
TIM ID: 0000008235 - 002

Bipolar output signals:


Voltage ranges:
-2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC
5.0 VDC to +5.0 VDC
10.0 VDC to +10.0 VDC
Current range:
1.0 mA to +1.0 mA

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Dimmer

1 Module housing

Regulation of instrument illumination.


The internal PIM supply voltage is used as an operating voltage for the dimmable instrument illumination. This voltage
is protected by a self-restoring fuse on the COB.
The dimming voltage is generated by a PWM circuit and features a current monitoring circuit. Max. 0.15 A may flow
for a dimming voltage of 24 VDC. The dimming voltage range lies between 0 % and 100 %.
Terminal assignment
Relationship between INB 2 and the terminals of the PIM.
Connection terminal Name
n01 Output 1: Current output (0 mA to +1 mA)
n02 Output 1: Ground (GND)
n03 Output 1: Voltage output
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(2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC,


5 VDC to +5 VDC or
10 VDC to +10 VDC)

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Connection terminal Name


n04 Output 2: Voltage output
(2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC,
5 VDC to +5 VDC or
10 VDC to +10 VDC)
n05 Output 2: Current output (1 mA to +1 mA)
n06 Output 2: Ground (GND)

n07 Output 3: Current output (1 mA to +1 mA)


n08 Output 3: Ground (GND)
n09 Output 3: Voltage output
(2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC,
5 VDC to +5 VDC or
10 VDC to +10 VDC)

n10 Output 4: Voltage output


(2.5 VDC to +2.5 VDC,
5 VDC to +5 VDC or
10 VDC to +10 VDC)
n11 Output 4: Current output (1 mA to +1 mA)
n12 Output 4: Ground (GND)

n13 Output: +UDIM


n14 Output GNDDIM

n15 Not used


n16 Not used
Table 53: Terminal assignment
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2.16.4 INB 2 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 10
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 200
Power loss mW < 1200
Table 54: General information

Term Unit Value


Resolution Bit 12 internal
Electrical isolation No
Output voltages
Voltage ranges VDC 2.5 to +2.5 (0.5 %)
5.0 to +5.0 (0.5 %)
10.0 to +10.0 (0.5 %)
Output current mA Max. 4
Positive and negative output current
Output current range mA 1.0 to +1.0 (1 %)
Compliance voltage VDC Max. 5
Table 55: Instrument outputs

Term Unit Value


Output voltage Veff 0 to 24 (2 %), pulse-width modulated
Output current A < 0.15
Short-circuit protection Yes, electronic
Clock frequency for PWM kHz 1.84
Dimming range % 0 to 100
Table 56: Dimmer output
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2.16.5 Printed circuit board INB 3


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 6 LED (yellow) "Current output 3 11 LED (yellow) "Frequency output
2 Soldering side active" active"
3 Plan view 7 LED (yellow) "Current output 4 12 LED (green) "Power supply (+15 V)
4 LED (yellow) "Current output 1 active" active" OK"
5 LED (yellow) "Current output 2 active" 8 LED (yellow) "Current output 5 13 LED (red) "Printed circuit board
active" RESET"
9 LED (yellow) "Current output 6
active"
10 LED (yellow) "Current output 7
active"

Use
INB 3 is only used in PIM 3/ PIM 5 or PIM 7 (with MPU 27). Operation with MPU 23 is not possible.
Features
Instrument outputs
TIM ID: 0000008237 - 001

7 current outputs (4 mA to 20 mA) to control display instruments


High resolution with 10-bit D/A converter
1 frequency output (0 Hz to 1500 Hz) to control a display instrument
Short-circuit-proof outputs
Status indication by LEDs

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Function
Control of up to seven display instruments with current inputs (4 mA to 20 mA) and a display instrument with a fre
quency input (0 Hz to 1500 Hz) at the same time.
Current outputs
Seven independent current sources.
Control of current sources by 10-bit-D/A converter on INB 3.

Yellow status LEDs are assigned to the current outputs. The LEDs signal current flow at the corresponding current
output.
Each current source features an overcurrent protection circuit and is short-circuit-proof (current limited to max. 25 mA
per output).
The max. load impedance of 300 per channel must not be exceeded.
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Frequency output

Control of a display instrument.


The frequency output supplies a binary output signal with a 1:1 pulse-duty factor.
The output voltage of the signal depends on the operating voltage and is normally +24 VDC (20.5 VDC Uhigh
+23.7 VDC and Ulow = 0 VDC).
The function of the frequency output is indicated by a yellow status LED.
The frequency output features an overcurrent protection circuit and is short-circuit-proof.
The frequency output of INB 3 is specially designed for connection of a frequency-dependent speed instrument ("VDO-
Ocean-Line" series).
Connection assignment
Relationship between INB 3 and the terminals of the PIM.
Terminal Designation
n01 Current output 1 (0 mA to 20 mA)
TIM ID: 0000008237 - 001

n02 Ground (GND)

n03 Current output 2 (0 mA to 20 mA)


n04 Ground (GND)

n05 Current output 3 (0 mA to 20 mA)

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Terminal Designation
n06 Ground (GND)

n07 Current output 4 (0 mA to 20 mA)


n08 Ground (GND)

n09 Current output 5 (0 mA to 20 mA)


n10 Ground (GND)

n11 Current output 6 (0 mA to 20 mA)


n12 Ground (GND)

n13 Current output 7 (0 mA to 20 mA)


n14 Ground (GND)

n15 Frequency output (0 Hz to 1500 Hz)


n16 Ground (GND)

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2.16.6 INB 3 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.026
Supply voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 20
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 10 (unloaded)
< 200 (loaded with 7 x 25)
Power loss W < 0.34 (unloaded)
< 3.0 (loaded with 7 x 25 mA)
Table 57: General

Item Unit Value


Instrument outputs (current outputs)
Output current range mA 4 to 20 (1 %)
Short-circuit-proof Yes
Resolution of D/A converter Bit 10
Max. load impedance R < 300 per channel
Electrical isolation No
Frequency output
Frequency range Hz 0 to 1500
Pulse-duty factor 1:1
Power supply V 24 internal
(depending on the supply voltage of the PIM).
Output voltage VDC At 24:
20.5 Uhigh +23.7
Ulow + 0
Parallel connection of max. 3 instruments (VDO) possible.
Short-circuit-proof Yes
Table 58: Instrument outputs
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2.17 Design and Function of MFB


2.17.1 Printed circuit board MFB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 5 LED (yellow) "Binary signal 1" 9 LED (yellow) "Relay K1 activated"
2 Soldering side 6 LED (yellow) "Analog speed signal 2" 10 LED (green) "+24 V output"
3 Plan view 7 LED (yellow) "Binary signal 2" 11 LED (green) "Ready"
4 LED (yellow) "Analog speed signal 1" 8 LED (yellow) "Relay K2 activated" 12 Fuses, 3.15 A

Use
MFB 1 is used in slot 2 or slot 3 in conjunction with MPU 23. Slot 4 is not possible in this case.
Slot 2, 3, or 4 is used in conjunction with processor printed circuit board MPU 27.
Features
Status indication by LEDs
Electrically isolated power supply of the channels by DC/DC converter
TIM ID: 0000008239 - 001

All inputs equipped with EMC protective filter

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Inputs for analog speed signals (input voltage up to 80 VAC)


Electrically isolated, symmetrical and ungrounded inputs
Separate control of input hysteresis
The inputs are suitable for speed acquisition of:
Inductive speed transmitters or
Tachogenerators
Inputs for binary signals
Electrically isolated inputs
Reverse-battery protection and constant input current
The inputs are suitable:
For speed acquisition of binary sensors or
as binary channel (status interrogation)
Binary outputs
Output of binary information by two relays
Separate control of the two relays by the processor printed circuit board used
Two free changeover contacts with overvoltage protection circuit
Indication of relay activation by LEDs
Short-circuit protection for each relay by fuse
High switching capacity (50 W)
24 VDC output for electronic transmitters or sensors
Function
Two independent speed acquisition channels are available to the user.
Each of these two channels comprises an input for analog speed signals (tachogenerator or inductive sensor) and an
input for binary signals (electronic transmitter or status interrogation).
If one speed channel is used for the acquisition of an analog speed signal, the speed input for binary signals may only
be used for binary status interrogation.
The pulses are switched directly via a multiplexer or via a 10:1-divider on the plug connector of MFB 1. This signal
configuration allows real-time processing of the speed signal by the processor printed circuit board used.
Inputs for analog speed signals
Signal acquisition of a tachogenerator or an inductive speed transmitter.
The analog speed signal passes to an adapter network via the input terminals. The network has the following tasks:
Input filter (symmetrical, ungrounded)
Ensuring a wide input voltage range (up to 80 VAC)
EMC protection
A series-connected comparator converts the analog signals (e.g. sinusoidal) into square-wave pulses with TTL level.
Additional hysteresis control allows varying comparator switching thresholds to be set.
Electrical isolation is realized by optocouplers.
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Inputs for binary signals

1 Binary input

Acquisition of signals from an electronic transmitter (pulses) or a binary signal (state).


The binary channel is directly controlled by an external voltage.
The current which then flows is limited to approx. 4 mA regardless of the external switching voltage used.
Input voltage range for the binary signal 36 VDC.
The following applies to the input voltage (Ui) of the signal:
Ui 8 VDC is interpreted as binary channel activated (logic "1")
Ui 4 VDC is interpreted as binary channel deactivated (logic "0")
4 VDC Ui 8 VDC must be avoided (inadmissible range)
The binary input signal is electrically isolated by an optocoupler. An active signal (logic "1") at the input terminals is
indicated by illumination of the corresponding LED ("Binary signal 1" and/or "Binary signal 2").
If the binary input is used to acquire a binary state, the status is interrogated cyclically by the processor printed circuit
boards used.
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Output of binary information

1 Fuse
F1: 3.15 A
F2: 3.15 A

Two relays (K1 and K2) on MFB 1 output binary information.


The relays are activated by the processor printed circuit board used.
Relay activation is indicated by LEDs.
Two changeover contacts are available to the user at the terminals of the PIM.
The two changeover contacts are connected in parallel to reduce contact loading.
The 24 VDC output (depending on PIM supply voltage) is used to supply power to electronic transmitters or sensors.
Connection assignment
Relationship between MFB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.
Terminal Designation
n01 Input for analog speed signal 1
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n02 Input for analog speed signal 1

n03 Positive input of binary signal 1


n04 Negative input of binary signal 1

n05 Input for analog speed signal 2

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Terminal Designation
n06 Input for analog speed signal 2

n07 Positive input of binary signal 2


n08 Negative input of binary signal 2

n09 Output +24 VDC


n10 Ground for output +24 VDC

n11 Relay K1: NC contact


n12 Relay K1: NO contact
n13 Relay K1: Common connection

n14 Relay K2: Common connection


n15 Relay K2: NO contact
n16 Relay K2: NC contact

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2.17.2 MFB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.040
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 70
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 35 and output current for the 24 VDC
output (configuration-dependent)
Power loss mW < 750
Table 59: General

Item Unit Value


Input voltage range
Tachogenerator VAC Ueff < 80
Inductive sensor VDC 36 < U < +36
Input sensitivity 1 Vpp 1
Input sensitivity 2 Vpp 4 (configurable)
Input resistance k Min. 24
Measuring range Hz 0.1 to 12000
(Frequencies greater than 750 are acquired by a 10:1 prescaler.)
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Input filter kHz fg = 7.3 low-pass (RC) with 6 dB/decade
Table 60: Analog inputs

Item Unit Value


Input voltage range VDC Max. 36
Input voltage for logic "1" VDC Min. 8
Input voltage for logic "0" VDC Max. 4
Input current for logic "1" mA Approx. 4
Input current for logic "0" mA Max. 1
Sensor connection Two-pole
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Input filter kHz fg = 16 low-pass (RC) with 6 dB/decade
Frequency measuring range Hz 0.1 to 12000
Sampling cycle of binary inputs ms Approx. 50
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Cable length for sensor connection m Max. 5 (unshielded)


Max. 50 (shielded)
Table 61: Binary inputs

Item Unit Value


Switching capacity per relay W Max. 50

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Item Unit Value


Switching current A Max. 2 (at 24 V)
Switching voltage (external) VDC Max. 36
Short-circuit protection A Fuse (3.15)
Relay actuation cycle ms Max. 10
Table 62: Binary outputs

Item Unit Value


Output voltage VDC +24 (50 % to +30 %),
depending on the supply voltage of the PIM
Output current A Max. 0.1
Short-circuit protection A Self-restoring fuse (0.2)
Table 63: 24 VDC output

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2.17.3 Printed circuit board MFB 2


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 6 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 3 11 LED (yellow) "Binary input 2 activated"
2 Soldering side activated" 12 LED (yellow) "Binary input 1 activated"
3 Plan view 7 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 2 13 LED (red) "Printed circuit board
4 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 5 acti activated" RESET"
vated" 8 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 1
5 LED (yellow) "Transistor output 4 acti activated"
vated" 9 LED (green) "UBATT (+24 VDC) OK"
10 LED (yellow) "Binary input 3 acti
vated"

Use
MFB 2 is only used in a PIM 4 (with LMB 2 and the associated processor printed circuit board). Operation with MPU 23
or MPU 27 is not possible.
MFB 2 has been specially designed for connection of a "Rexroth" command unit.
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Features
Analog inputs
Two independent analog channels for acquisition of potentiometers
Cabling damage and sensor monitoring
High resolution with 12-bit A/D converter
EMC protection filter
Binary inputs
Three electrically isolated binary inputs
Wide input voltage range (8 VDC to 36 VDC)
Constant input current over the entire input voltage range
Reverse-battery protection
Status indication of each binary channel by LEDs (yellow)
EMC protection filter
Binary outputs
Output of binary information by five transistor output stages (positive switching)
Output current monitoring and limitation
Electrical isolation of output stage circuit by optocoupler
Indication of transistor switching states by LEDs (yellow)
EMC protection filter
Provision of a +UBATT (+24 VDC) voltage for command unit supply
Function
MFB 2 is used to:
Acquire two potentiometers
Acquire three binary signals
Output of five binary signals (transistor output stages, positive switching)
Provide a supply voltage (+24 VDC, depending on the PIM supply voltage)

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Analog inputs

Signal acquisition of potentiometers (voltage divider).


Each analog channel has the following connections:
Reference voltage output
A reference voltage (UREF = 4.096 VDC, no-load voltage) is provided at this output for potentiometer connection.
Voltage input
The divider voltage of the potentiometer (slide) is tapped at this input. The divider voltage UIN lies in the following
range: 0 V UIN 4.096 V
Reference potential/base point
The base point of the potentiometer is connected here.
The voltages from each analog channel of all three connections are acquired and digitalized by the multiplexer of the
A/D converter on MFB 2.
Constant sampling of the reference voltage (UREF), divider voltage (UIN) and the voltage at the base point of the poten
tiometer (UBP) makes it possible to determine the exact divider voltage and thus the precise position of the potenti
ometer.
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The measuring method (evaluation of individual voltages) also realizes the cabling damage and sensor monitoring
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Acquisition of three binary signals with external supply voltage

1 Binary input 1 3 Binary input 3


2 Binary input 2 4 GNDEXT

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Acquisition of three binary signals with internal supply voltage

1 Binary input 1 2 Binary input 2 3 Binary input 3

Each binary acquisition channel has one input (single-wire technology).


An external power supply or the power supply routed out from MFB 2 is used to control the binary inputs.
The maximum input voltage of a binary input is 36 VDC.
The current which then flows is limited to approx. 4 mA regardless of the external input voltage used.
The following applies to the input voltage (Ui) of the binary channel:
Ui 8 VDC is interpreted as binary channel activated (logic "1").
Ui 4 VDC is interpreted as binary channel deactivated (logic "0").
4 VDC Ui 8 VDC must be avoided (inadmissible range).
The input signal of each binary channel is electrically isolated by an optocoupler. The binary input signals are inter
rogated cyclically by the processor printed circuit board used.
Each binary input is assigned an LED (yellow) which indicates the respective switching state. The relevant LED lights
up when a binary channel is activated (logic "1").
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Transistor outputs

1 Signal lamp

MFB 2 is equipped with 5 identical MOS transistor output stages to output binary information.
The MOS transistor output stages are supplied by the internal power supply (+24 VDC) of MFB 2. The maximum
switching current per binary output must not exceed 100 mA.
The MOS transistor output stages are electrically isolated from the control logic by optocouplers.
The MOS power transistors feature overcurrent protection. The affected output stage is switched off in case of short
circuit at the transistor output.
Switching states of output stage transistors are indicated by LEDs (yellow).
Connection assignment
Pin assignment Designation
ST1-01 Potentiometer 1 high point (UREF1)
ST1-02 Potentiometer 1 slide (UIN1)
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ST1-03 Potentiometer 1 base point (UBP1)

ST1-04 Potentiometer 2 high point (UREF2)


ST1-05 Potentiometer 2 slide (UIN2)
ST1-06 Potentiometer 2 base point (UBP2)

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Pin assignment Designation


ST1-07 Transistor output 1 (positive-switching)
ST1-08 Transistor output 2 (positive-switching)
ST1-09 Transistor output 3 (positive-switching)
ST1-10 Transistor output 4 (positive-switching)
ST1-11 Transistor output 5 (positive-switching)

ST1-12 Binary input 1


ST1-13 Binary input 2
ST1-14 Binary input 3

ST1-15 Positive internal operating voltage (+UBATT)


ST1-16 Internal operating voltage ground (GNDBATT)

Signal assignment of connector ST1 on MFB 2.


This connector establishes the electrical connections to the motherboard.
Connection to the signal inputs and outputs of MFB 2 is established via the terminals provided on the relevant moth
erboard (e.g. LMB 2).
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2.17.4 MFB 2 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.030
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
+24 (-50 % to +30 %) via motherboard
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 20
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 12 and output current for the 24 VDC output (configuration-depend
ent)
Power loss mW < 400 (excluding transistor outputs)
Table 64: General

Item Unit Value


A/D converter
Resolution Bit 12
Measuring error % < 0.5 absolute (without sensor)
Measuring range UIN VDC 0 UIN 4.096
Source resistance k 1 R 10
Input filter (MUX inputs) Hz fg = 220, RC low-pass with 6 dB/decade
Sampling rate Hz fg > 10
Electrical isolation No
Internal reference voltage source
Reference voltage VDC UREF = 4.096 (idle)
Max. output current per channel mA IREF 5
Monitoring
Sensor monitoring Yes
Cable damage monitoring Yes
Table 65: Analog inputs / potentiometer inputs

Item Unit Value


Input voltage range VDC < 36
Input voltage for logic "1" VDC Min. 8
Input voltage for logic "0" VDC Max. 4
Input current for logic "1" mA Approx. 4
Input current for logic "0" mA Max. 1
Sensor connection Single pole (referenced to GNDBATT)
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Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler


Input filter kHz fg = 16 low-pass (RC) with 6 dB/decade
Cable length for sensor connection m Max. 5 (unshielded)
Max. 50 (shielded)
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Item Unit Value


Switching voltage (+UBATT) VDC Nominal +24
(depending on the power supply of motherboard)
Switching current per output mA Max. 100
Short-circuit protection Electronic monitoring
Electrical isolation Yes, between output stage circuit and control logic
Table 67: Transistor outputs

Item Unit Value


Output voltage (+UBATT) VDC Nominal +24
(depending on the power supply of motherboard)
Output current mA Max. 200
Table 68: Power supply output
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2.18 Design and Function of MOB


2.18.1 Printed circuit board MOB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 4 LED (yellow) "Output stage D active" 7 LED (yellow) "Output stage A active"
2 Soldering side 5 LED (yellow) "Output stage C active" 8 LED (green) "Current regulation output
3 Plan view 6 LED (yellow) "Output stage B active" stage C/D active"
9 LED (green) "Current regulation output
stage A/B active"

Actuators connected to the outputs of printed circuit board MOB 1 may not be disconnected during operation (i.e.
when live). This may otherwise damage printed circuit board MOB 1.
Use
MOB 1 is only used in PIM 1 or in PIM 2 (with MPU 23).
Operation with MPU 27 is not possible. MOB 2 is used in conjunction with MPU 27 ( Page 212).
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Features
Transistor output stages for inductive loads, e.g.:
Control of stepper motors (unipolar or bipolar)
Control of DC motors in full-bridge operation
Control of DC motors in half-bridge operation
Dynamic control of solenoid valves
Static control of solenoid valves (positive and ground switching)
Control and monitoring of output stage transistors by single-chip processor (68HC711) with HCMOS technology
Electrical isolation between control electronics and output stage transistors
All outputs equipped with guard circuits against inductive voltage peaks
Output current monitoring and limitation for transistor output stages
Operating voltage of output stages supplied separately
Status indication by LEDs
EMC protection filter
Function
MOB 1 has four complementary transistor output stages(A, B, C and D), controlled by a type 68HC711 microcontroller.
All transistor output stages feature overvoltage and overcurrent guard circuits. The overvoltage protection allows direct
connection of inductive loads (e.g. electric motors, relays, solenoid valves etc.).
The overcurrent guard circuit switches off the output stage concerned for the duration of a short circuit.
Current regulation (max. 2 A) of inductive loads is only possible when connected at terminals 1 and 3 / 15 and 13.
The operating voltages for the transistor output stages A/B and C/D are supplied separately for each pair of output
stages (+U AB and +UCD). Separate supply of the operating voltage and electrical isolation of the power circuit from the
control electronics allow consumers to be operated in different supply networks.
Various applications may be set by the software by using a microcontroller on MOB 1.
The transistor output stages may be configured as full-bridge, half-bridge and static transistor outputs by the software.
The following applications are thus possible:
Control of a bipolar stepper motor
Control of a unipolar stepper motor
Control of two DC motors by full-bridging
Dynamic control of two solenoid valves by half-bridging and static control of two loads by positive or ground
switching transistor output stages
The operating voltage for the relevant transistor output stage is filtered by filter module FIM 1 prior to supply.
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Control of a bipolar stepper motor

1 Output stage A 3 Output stage C 5 Ext. cabling


2 Output stage B 4 Output stage D

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Control of a unipolar stepper motor

1 Output stage A 3 Output stage C 5 Ext. cabling


2 Output stage B 4 Output stage D
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Control of two DC motors

1 Output stage A 3 Output stage C 5 Ext. cabling


2 Output stage B 4 Output stage D

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Dynamic and static control of inductive loads

1 Output stage A 3 Output stage C 5 Ext. cabling


2 Output stage B 4 Output stage D

Connection assignment
Relationship between printed circuit board MOB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.
Terminal Designation
n01 Power output stage B
n02 Power output stage A
n03 Current regulation compensation output stages A and B
n04 Low output, output stage B
n05 Low output, output stage A
n06 Negative operating voltage (GNDAB) of output stages A and B (internally connected to terminal
n08!)
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n07 Supply of positive operating voltage (+UAB) for output stages A and B
n08 Supply of negative operating voltage (GNDAB) for output stages A and B
n09 Supply of positive operating voltage (+UCD) for output stages C and D
n10 Supply of negative operating voltage (GNDCD) for output stages C and D

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Terminal Designation
n11 Low output, output stage C
n12 Negative operating voltage (GNDCD) of output stages C and D (internally connected to ter
minal n10!)
n13 Current regulation compensation output stages C and D
n14 Low output, output stage D
n15 Power output stage D
n16 Power output stage C

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2.18.2 MOB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 12
Weight kg 0.034
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 80
Power loss mW < 1000 (load-dependent)
Microcontroller Byte 68HC711 E9 (8 MHz)
with 512 EEPROM 768 RAM
Memory Kbyte 12 EPROM
Table 69: General

Item Unit Value


External operating voltage (+UEXT) VDC +16 to +32 (via filter module FIM 1)
Output current (IEXT) per output stage A Max. 2 (sum of all output stages max. 4 A)
Current regulation tolerance mA 20
Short-circuit protection Yes, electronic monitoring
Electrical isolation Yes,
between output stage circuit and control logic, between output stage
pairs A/B and C/D.
PWM adjustment range % 0 to 100
PWM resolution Bit 16
PWM frequency range Hz 100 to 2000
Table 70: Power circuit
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2.18.3 Printed circuit board MOB 2


Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 5 LED (yellow) "Output stage C active" 9 LED (green) "Ext. power supply output
2 Soldering side 6 LED (yellow) "Output stage B active" stage A/B OK"
3 Plan view 7 LED (yellow) "Output stage A active" 10 LED (red) "Printed circuit board
4 LED (yellow) "Output stage D active" 8 LED (green) "Ext. power supply out RESET"
put stage C/D OK"

Use
MOB 2 is only used in PIM 5/ PIM 3 or PIM 7 (with MPU 27).
Operation with MPU 23 is not possible. MOB 1 is used in conjunction with MPU 23 ( Page 204).
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Features
Four complementary transistor output stages for inductive loads, e.g.:
Control of two DC motors
Dynamic control of solenoid valves
Static control of solenoid valves (positive and ground switching)
Control and monitoring of output stage transistors
Electrical isolation between control electronics and output stage transistors
All outputs equipped with guard circuits against inductive voltage peaks
Output current monitoring and limitation for transistor output stages
Output current limitation is configurable for applications with current regulation (50 mA to max. 2 A)
Operating voltage of output stages supplied separately
Status indication by LEDs
LED (yellow) off, Output stage not configured
LED (yellow) steady, Output stage outputs setpoint signal
LED (yellow) flashing at 2-second intervals, Output stage is active and awaiting setpoint signal
LED (yellow) flashing at 0.3-second intervals, Output stage is configured and has assumed fault status
(e.g. short circuit or voltage missing)
EMC protection filter
Current calibration 20mA with the aid of a dialog unit
Function
MOB 2 has four complementary transistor output stages (A, B, C and D), controlled by a microcontroller.
All transistor output stages feature overvoltage and overcurrent guard circuits. The overvoltage protection allows direct
connection of inductive loads (e.g. electric motor, relays, solenoid valves).
The overcurrent guard circuit switches off the output stage concerned for the duration of a short circuit.
Each complementary transistor output stage A/B or C/D features current regulation (max. 2 A) for inductive loads.
Current regulation is only possible when connected at the appropriate terminals.
The operating voltages for the transistor output stages A/B and C/D are supplied separately for each pair of output
stages (+U AB and +UCD). Separate supply of the operating voltage and electrical isolation of the power circuit from the
control electronics allow consumers to be operated in different supply networks.
Each complementary transistor output stage has just one current regulation stage; for A/B the B-stage, for C/D the
D-stage.
Various applications may be set by the software by using a microcontroller on MOB 2.
The transistor output stages may be configured as full-bridge, half-bridge and static transistor outputs by the software.
The following applications are thus possible:
Control of two DC motors by full-bridging
Dynamic control of two solenoid valves by half-bridging and static control of two loads by positive or ground
switching transistor output stages
The operating voltage for the relevant transistor output stage is filtered by filter module FIM 1 prior to supply.
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Control of two DC motors

1 Output stage A 3 Output stage C 5 External cabling


2 Output stage B 4 Output stage D

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Static control of inductive loads

1 Output stage A 3 Output stage C 5 External cabling


2 Output stage B 4 Output stage D

The two inductive loads must be connected either positive or ground switching at each complementary transistor
output stage (A/B or C/D). Mixed operation (one load positive-switching, the other load negative-switching) is not
possible in a complementary transistor output stage.
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Dynamic control of inductive loads with current regulation

1 Output stage A 3 Output stage C 5 Ext. cabling


2 Output stage B 4 Output stage D

Connection assignment
Relationship between printed circuit board MOB 2 and the terminals of the PIM.
Terminal Designation
n01 Power output stage B
n02 Power output stage A
n03 Current regulation compensation output stages A and B
n04 Low output, output stage B
n05 Low output, output stage A
n06 Negative operating voltage (GNDAB) of output stages A and B (internally connected to terminal
n08!)
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n07 Supply of positive operating voltage (+UAB) for output stages A and B
n08 Supply of negative operating voltage (GNDAB) for output stages A and B
n09 Supply of positive operating voltage (+UCD) for output stages C and D
n10 Supply of negative operating voltage (GNDCD) for output stages C and D

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Terminal Designation
n11 Low output, output stage C
n12 Negative operating voltage (GNDCD) of output stages C and D (internally connected to ter
minal n10!)
n13 Current regulation compensation output stages C and D
n14 Low output, output stage D
n15 Power output stage D
n16 Power output stage C
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2.18.4 MOB 2 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 12
Weight kg 0.034
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 20
Power loss mW < 1000 (load-dependent)
Table 71: General

Item Unit Value


External operating voltage (+UEXT) VDC +24 (50 % to +30 %, via filter module FIM 1)
Power consumption (+24 VDC, UEXT) mA < 15 (unloaded)
Power loss mW < 360 (unloaded)
Output current (IEXT) per output stage A Max. 2 (sum of all output stages max. 4)
Current regulation tolerance mA 20
Short-circuit protection Yes, electronic monitoring.
Electrical isolation Yes,
between output stage circuit and control logic
between output stage pairs A/B and C/D.
PWM adjustment range % 0 to 100
PWM frequency range Hz 10 to 1500
Table 72: Power circuit

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2.19 Design and Function of PAB


2.19.1 Printed circuit board PAB 2
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 3 Plan view 5 Programming start key


2 Soldering side 4 Rotary switches

Use
PAB 2 is only intended for use used in a PIM 1 (with COB 1 and MPU 23) or in a PIM 2 (with COB 3 and MPU 23)
Features
Programming adapter for setting the baud rate of the CAN bus and the node address of a PIM.
Function
PAB 2 sets the node address and baud rate of the CAN interface of PIM.
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Node address and baud rate are programmed with programming cassette SST 2-01 (comprising MPU 23 and PAB 2).
The node address (00 - 31) of the relevant PIM is set with the two rotary switches S1 and S2.
The two rotary switches S4 and S5 are used to select the baud rate at which data are transmitted to the PIM via the
CAN bus.
As two CAN buses can be connected to one PIM (MPU 23 with CCB 1), switch S4 is used to set the baud rate of the
CAN1 bus (MPU 23, always present) and rotary switch S5 to set the baud rate of the CAN2 bus (CCB 1, option). If
one of the rotary switches (S4 or S5) is set to 0, the baud rate set at the other switch when programming both interfaces.

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Adjustable values as baud rates:

S1 Rotary switch node address 1st digit S3 "Programming start" key S5 Rotary switch baud rate CAN2 inter
(tens) S4 Rotary switch baud rate CAN1 inter face
S2 Rotary switch node address 2nd digit face
(ones)

Rotary switch setting Baud rate


0 No baud rate, the value set at the other switch is used for both interfaces
1 50 kilobaud
2 100 kilobaud
3 125 kilobaud
4 160 kilobaud
5 200 kilobaud
6 250 kilobaud
7 400 kilobaud
8 500 kilobaud
9 1000 kilobaud

Press Programming start key


Set values are used
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2.19.2 PAB 2 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 14
Weight kg 0.024
Supply voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 23
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 10
Power loss mW < 50
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2.20 Design and Function of ROB


2.20.1 Printed circuit board ROB 1
Purpose and structure
Design

1 Component side 5 LED (green) "Relay input for K2 acti 9 LED (green) "Relay input for K6 acti
2 Soldering side vated" vated"
3 Plan view 6 LED (green) "Relay input for K3 acti 10 LED (green) "Relay input for K7 acti
4 LED (green) "Relay input for K1 acti vated" vated"
vated" 7 LED (green) "Relay input for K4 acti
vated"
8 LED (green) "Relay input for K5 acti
vated"

Use
ROB 1 cannot be used in any of the PIMs (PIM 1, PIM 2, PIM 3, PIM 5, PIM 7). ROB 1 is intended for special
applications (e.g. gearbox controllers) featuring a COB which is specially designed for ROB 1. ROB 10X/A is 100%
compatible with ROB 10X.
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Features
7 different relay switching stages
Indication of relay switching states by LEDs (green)
Relay operating voltage from 12 V to 36 V
All outputs applied to dedicated connector pins

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Function
ROB 1 is equipped with 7 different relay stages to output binary information.
Switching states of relays are indicated by LEDs (green).
Circuitry of relay K1
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Circuitry of relays K2 and K3

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Relay K4 circuitry
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Relay K5 circuitry

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Relay K6 circuitry
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Relay K7 circuitry

Connection assignment
Pin assignment for connecting external systems to the MTU automation system depends on the COB motherboard
used.

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2.20.2 ROB 1 Technical data


Item Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.050
Table 73: General

Item Unit Value


Relays K1, K4, K5, K6 and K7
(Relay K5 features four inputs with OR function)
Relay supply VDC +12 to +36
Contacts A 1
Relay K2 and K3 (parallel-connected)
Relay supply VDC +12 to +36
Contacts A 2
Table 74: Binary outputs and inputs
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2.21 Design and Function of SAB


2.21.1 Printed circuit board SAB 1
Purpose and design
Design

1 Component side 5 LED (yellow) Binary channel active 9 LED (yellow) Relay K3 activated
2 Soldering side 6 LED (yellow) Transistor output acti 10 Fuses, 3.15 A
3 Top view vated
4 LED (red) Cabling damage binary 7 LED (yellow) Relay K1 activated
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Features
CAN interface as per ISO 11 898, electrically isolated
Output of binary information by three relays
Separate control of relays
Status indication of relay control by LED (yellow)
Short-circuit protection for each relay by fuses (F2 to F5)
High switching capacity (50 W)
Output of binary information by transistor output stage
Electrical isolation of output stage circuit by optocoupler
Separate supply of operating voltage for transistor output stage
Output current monitoring and limitation
Status indication of transistor control by LED (yellow)
Binary input
Electrically isolated binary input
Status indication of binary input by LED (yellow)
Cable damage monitoring of binary channel connecting lines
Indication of cabling damage by LED (red)
Wide input voltage range (36 VDC)
Constant input current (approx. 4 mA) in the input voltage range between 8 VDC and 36 VDC
EMC protection filter
Function
Binary input
Acquisition of a binary signal.
It is equipped with two inputs (two-wire technology) and is activated by an external voltage.
The maximum input voltage of the binary channel is 36 VDC.
The following applies to the input voltage (Ui) of the binary channel:
Ui 8 VDC is interpreted as binary channel activated (logic 1)
Ui 4 VDC is interpreted as binary channel deactivated (logic 0)
4 VDC Ui 8 VDC must be avoided (inadmissible range)
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Example of binary channel circuitry

1 33 k for cable damage monitoring 2 Module housing with SAB 1 3 Binary channel

The input signal of the binary channel is electrically isolated by an optocoupler. The current which then flows is limited
to approx. 4 mA regardless of the external switching voltage used.
The current state of the binary channel is indicated by a status indicator (yellow LED) on SAB 1. The LED lights up
when the binary channel is activated (logic 1).
A resistor (33 k) is connected in parallel to the switching contact to realize cable damage monitoring. The quiescent
current which thus flows is evaluated by a separate optocoupler. The red LED Cabling damage binary input flashes
in case of cabling damage.
MOS transistor output stage to output binary information
The external operating voltage of the transistor output stage is connected to the PIM via terminals n12 (+UEXT) and
n14 (GNDEXT) and lies in the range +12 VDC to +36 VDC.
The external operating voltage may be independent of the operating voltage of the PIMs and is protected by a self-
restoring fuse (1.1 A) on SAB 1.
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Example of transistor output stage circuitry

1 Self-restoring fuse 2 Module housing with SAB 1


F1: 1.1 A

The MOS transistor output stage features the following guard circuits:
Overvoltage arrester
allowing direct connection of inductive loads (e.g. relays etc.).
Overcurrent protection
switches off the transistor output stage in case of short-circuit.
Relay for output of binary information
SAB 1 is equipped with three relays to output binary information.
Relay activation is indicated by one yellow LED respectively.
The make circuits of the three relays are protected by fuses (3.15 A).
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Circuitry of relay K1

1 Fuse
F2: 3.15 A
F3: 3.15 A

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Circuitry of relay K2

1 Fuse
F4: 3.15 A
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Circuitry of relay K3

1 Fuse
F5: 3.15 A

Terminal assignment
Relationship between SAB 1 and the terminals of the PIM.
Connection terminal Name
n01 CAN interface: Positive input CAN (H)
n02 CAN interface: Negative input CAN(L)
n03 Ground of CAN controller CAN (GND)

n04 Relay K1: Common connection


n05 Relay K1: NO contact K1.2
n06 Relay K1: NO contact K1.1
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n07 Relay K2: NC contact


n08 Relay K2: NO contact
n09 Relay K2: Common connection

n10 Relay K3: NO contact

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Connection terminal Name


n11 Relay K3: Common connection

n12 Positive external operating voltage (+UEXT)


n13 Transistor output (positive-switching)
n14 Negative external operating voltage (GNDEXT)

n15 Binary channel: Positive binary input


n16 Binary channel: Negative binary input
Table 75: Terminal assignment
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2.21.2 SAB 1 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.044
Supply voltages VDC +5 (5 %) from MPU 23
+24 (50 % to +30 %) via COB
Power consumption (5 VDC) mA < 60
Power consumption (24 VDC) mA < 15
Power loss mW < 660
Table 76: General information

Term Unit Value


CAN bus system As per ISO 11 898
Baud rate kBd 125
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler
Table 77: CAN interface

Term Unit Value


External operating voltage (+UEXT) VDC +12 to +36
Short-circuit protection (+UEXT) A Self-restoring fuse (1.1)
Switching current mA Max. 250
Short-circuit protection Electronic monitoring
Electrical isolation Yes, between output stage circuit and control logic.
Table 78: Transistor output

Term Unit Value


Switching capacity per relay W Max. 50
Switching voltage (external) VDC Max. 36
Switching current A Max. 2 (at 24 VDC)
Short-circuit protection A Fuse (3.15)
Relay switching time ms Max. 10
Relay actuation cycle /s Max. 20
Table 79: Relay outputs

Term Unit Value


Input voltage range VDC < 36
Input voltage for logic 1 VDC Min. 8
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Input voltage for logic 0 VDC Max. 4


Input current for logic 1 mA Approx. 4
Input current for logic 0 mA Max. 1 (for cable damage monitoring)
Sensor connection Two-pole
Electrical isolation Yes, with optocoupler

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Term Unit Value


Input filter Low-pass (RC) with 6 dB/decade
Sampling cycle of binary inputs ms Approx. 50
Cable length for sensor connection m Max. 5 (unshielded) twisted.
Max. 50 (shielded) twisted.
Table 80: Binary input
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2.22 Design and Funtion of SCB


2.22.1 Printed circuit board SCB 3
Purpose and design
Design

1 Component side 4 LED (red) Printed circuit board 7 LED (yellow) Interface 2: Receiving
2 Soldering side RESET and transmitting line active
3 Top view 5 LED (green) Ready 8 Connector RS232 interface
6 LED (yellow) Interface 1: Receiving
and transmitting line active

A yellow LED lights (o flashes) only when data interchange is active at the relevant interface. When there is no
communication at the (connected!) interface, the LED remains dark.
Features
2 interfaces as per RS422 or RS232 standard
Interface are electrically isolated
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Use
SCB 3 is used as an interface extension (additional serial interfaces), as an interface converter or as an amplifier.

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Function

1 Transmission channel 1 2 Connector 3 Module housing with SCB 3

SCB 3 is equipped with two serial transmission channels routed to the terminal strip of the PIM.
The software of the relevant processor printed circuit board determines which interface is active on which transmission
channel. Only one interface may be active for any one transmission channel.
Transmission channel 1
is equipped with a connection for a serial RS422 interface and a serial RS232 interface.
The RS232 interface is connected via the terminals of the PIM or by a connector.
When connected by the connector, the terminals of the RS232 interface are automatically switched off.
Transmission channel 2
is equipped with a connection for a serial RS422 interface and a serial RS232 interface.
Data processing and interface driver control (baud rate) depend on the processor printed circuit board used.
With processor printed circuit board MPU 23:
Fixed 9600 kBd
With processor printed circuit board MPU 27 (project-dependent):
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4800 kBd
9600 kBd
19200 kBd
Terminal assignment
Relationship between SCB 3 and the terminals of the PIM.

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Connection terminal Name


n01 Channel 1: O1 of RS422 interface
n02 Channel 2: O1 of RS422 interface
n03 Channel 1: O2 of RS422 interface
n04 Channel 2: O2 of RS422 interface
n05 Channel 1: Ground (GND) of RS422 interface
n06 Channel 2: Ground (GND) of RS422 interface
n07 Channel 1: I1 of RS422 interface
n08 Channel 2: I1 of RS422 interface
n09 Channel 1: I2 of RS422 interface
n10 Channel 2: I2 of RS422 interface
n11 Channel 1: TX of RS232 interface
n12 Channel 2: TX of RS232 interface
n13 Channel 1: Ground (GND) of RS232 interface
n14 Channel 2: Ground (GND) of RS232 interface
n15 Channel 1: RX of RS232 interface
n16 Channel 2: RX of RS232 interface

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2.22.2 SCB 3 Technical data


Term Unit Value
Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 59 x 63 x 15
Weight kg 0.036
Input voltage VDC +5 (5 %) from processor printed circuit board used
Power consumption mA < 100
Power loss mW < 425
Table 81: General information

Term Unit Value


Bit-serial In accordance with RS422 standard
Baud rate kBd 9600 with MPU 23
4800, 9600, 19200 with MPU 27
Electrical isolation By optocoupler.
Table 82: Data transmission
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3 Appendix A
3.1 Abbreviations
Abbreviation Meaning Explanation
ADEC Advanced Diesel Engine Control Engine governor
AL Alarm General alarm
ANSI American National Standards Institute Association of American standardization organizations
ATL Abgasturbolader Exhaust turbocharger
BR Baureihe Series
BV Betriebsstoffvorschrift Fluids and Lubricants Specifications, MTU Publication No.
A01061/..
CAN Controller Area Network Data bus system, bus standard
CPP Controllable Pitch Propeller
C Degrees Celsius
DIN Deutsches Institut fr Normung e. V. German national standards institute. At the same time identifier
of German standards (DIN = Deutsche Industrie-Norm)
DIS Display Unit Display panel
DL Default Lost Alarm: Default CAN bus failure
DTS Depot Test System Test system
ECS Engine Control System Engine management system
ECU Engine Control Unit Engine governor
EDM Engine Data Module Memory module for engine data
EEPROM Electrically Erasable and Programmable Read Memory module
Only Memory
EIM Engine Interface Module Engine interface
EPROM Electrically Programmable Read Only Memory Memory module
EMU Engine Monitoring Unit
ESD Electrostatic Device Component susceptible to electrostatic discharge
ETC Electronic Transmission Controller J1939 message
ETK Ersatzteilkatalog Spare Parts Catalog
FCU Flap Control Unit Exhaust flap controller
FDH Field Data Handling
FPP Fixed Pitch Propeller
GCU Gear Control Unit
GMU Gear Monitoring Unit
h Hour
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HI High Alarm: Measured value exceeds 1st maximum limit value


HIHI High High Alarm: Measured value exceeds 2nd maximum limit value
HT High Temperature
Hz Hertz
ICFN ISO Continuous rating Fuel stop power Net Engine power rating as per DIN-ISO 3046-7

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Abbreviation Meaning Explanation


IDM Interface Data Module Memory module for interface data
IMO International Maritime Organisation
IP International Protection Protection against accidental contact, dust and water as per DIN
40050
ISO International Organization for Standardization International umbrella organization of all national institutes of
standardization
kg Kilogram
k Kiloohm
KGS Kupplungsgegenseite Engine free end as per DIN ISO 1204
KS Kupplungsseite Engine driving end as per DIN ISO 1204
LCD Liquid Crystal Display, Liquid Crystal Device
LCU Local Control Unit LOP subassembly
LED Light Emitting Diode
LMU Local Monitoring Unit LOP subassembly
LO Low Alarm: Measured value lower than 1st minimum limit value
LOLO Low Alarm: Measured value lower than 2nd minimum limit value
LOP Local Operating Panel Control console, control panel
LOS Local Operating Station Local control unit
MCD Marine Control Drive Remotely-controllable and regulated fluid coupling
MCS Monitoring and Control System
MD Missing Data No data available
MFD Multifunction Display
MG Message
MPU Microprocessor Unit, Microprocessing Unit
mm Millimeter
MTU Motoren- und Turbinen-Union
M Megaohm
ms Millisecond
OT Oberer Totpunkt Top Dead Center
P-xyz Pressure-xyz Pressure measuring point, xyz specifies the measuring point des
ignation
PAN Panel Control panel
PCU Propeller Control Unit
PGN Parameter Group Number J1939 message
PIM Peripheral Interface Module
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PPC Priming Pump Control


PVC Polyvinyl chloride
RCS Remote Control System
RL Redundancy Lost Alarm: Redundant CAN bus failure
RP Rudder Propeller

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Abbreviation Meaning Explanation


SAE Society of Automotive Engineers U.S. standardization organization
SAM Service and Automation Module
SD Sensor Defect Alarm: Sensor failure
SDAF Shut Down Air Flaps Emergency air-shutoff flap(s)
SE System Error Operating system error
SMU Shaft Speed Monitoring Unit Shaft speed acquisition
SPN Suspect Parameter Number J1939 message
SS Safety System Safety system alarm
SSK Schnellschlussklappe(n) Emergency air-shutoff flap(s)
T-xyz Temperature-xyz Temperature measuring point, xyz specifies the measuring point
designation
TD Transmitter Deviation Alarm: Deviation in transmitter values
UT Unterer Totpunkt Bottom Dead Center
VS Voith Schneider Voith Schneider drive
WJ Waterjet Water jet drive
WZK Werkzeugkatalog Tool Catalog
ZKP Zugehrigkeit-Kategorie-Parameter Assignment category parameter, numbering scheme for the sig
nals of the ADEC Engine Control Unit
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3.2 Conversion tables


Length
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
in 25.4 = mm
ft 0.3048 =m
yd 0.9144 =m
stat. mile 1.609 = km
Nm 1.852 = km
yd 3 = ft
yd 36 = in

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


mm 0.03937 = in
m 3.281 = ft
km 0.6215 = stat. mile

Area
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
in2 645.16 = mm2
ft2 0.0929 = m2
yd2 0.8361 = m2
stat. mile2 2.5900 = km2

Unit B multiplied by factor Unit A


mm2 0.00155 = in2
m2 10.764 = ft2
m2 1.1960 = yd2
km2 0.3861 stat. mile2

Volume
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
in3 16387 = mm3
ft3 0.02832 = m3
yd3 0.7646 = m3
gallon (US) 3.785 = dm3
gallon (Brit.) 4.546 = dm3
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Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


cm3 0.06102 = in3
m3 35,31 = ft3
dm3 0.2642 = gallon (US)

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Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


dm3 0.22 = gallon (Brit.)

Velocity
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
ft/s 0.3048 = m/s
stat. mile/h (mph) 1.609 = km/h
knot (Brit.) 1.852 = km/h

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit B


m/s 3.281 = ft/s
km/h 0.6214 = stat. mile/h (mph)
km/h 0.54 = knot (Brit.)

Mass
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
lb 0.4536 = kg
oz 28.35 =g
ton 1.016 =t

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


g 0.03527 = oz
kg 2.205 = lb
t 0.9842 = ton

Force
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
lb 0.4536 = kp
lb 4.4482 =N

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


kp 2.205 = lb
N 0.10197 = kp
kp 9.80665 =N

Density
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
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lb s2/ft4 515.4 = kg/m3

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


kg/m3 0.00194 = lb s2/ft4

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Torque
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
ft lb 1.3558 = Nm

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


Nm 0.7375 = ft lb

Pressure
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
lb/sq in (psi) 703.1 = kp/m2 (mm water column)
lb/sq in (psi) 0.06895 = bar
lb/sq ft 47.883 = Pa
in QS 0.03386 = bar
in QS 345.3 = kp/m2

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


atm 760 = mm QS
atm 1.0133 = bar
atm 10332 = kp/m2 (mm water column)
atm 1.0332 = kp/cm2 (at)
atm 14.696 = lb/sq in
bar 14.503 = lb/sq in

Mass moment, 2nd grade


Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
ft lb s2 1.3563 = kg m2

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


kg m2 0.7373 = ft lb s2

Energy
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
ft lb 1.356 =J
kcal 4186.8 =J
BTU 1055 =J
CHU 1899 =J
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Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


J 0.7376 = ft lb
J 0.0002389 = kcal
J 0.0009479 = BTU
J 0.00052656 = CHU

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Power
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
HP (horse power) 0.7355 = kW
HP 0.7457 = kW
BTU/s 1.054 = kW
kcal/h 1.163 =W
HP 550 = ft lb/s

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


kW 1.36 = HP
kW 1.341 = HP
kW 0.9487 = BTU/s
W 0.8598 = kcal/h
ft lb/s 0.0018 = HP

Temperature
Celsius Kelvin Fahrenheit Raumur
x C = x + 273.15 K = 9/5x + 32 F = (4/5x) R
xK = x 273, 15 C = 9/5(x 273.15) + 32 F = 4/5(x 273.15) R
xF = 5/9(x 32) C = 5/9(x 32) + 273.15 K = 4/9(x 32) R
xR = 5/4x C = (5/4x) + 273.15 K = (9/4x) + 32 F

Fuel consumption
Unit A multiplied by factor = Unit B
mile/gal (US) 0.4251 = km/l
gal/mile (US) 2.3527 = l/km

Unit B multiplied by factor = Unit A


km/l 2.3527 = mile/gal (US)
l/km 0.4251 = gal/mile (US)
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3.3 MTU contacts/service partners


Service
Our worldwide sales network with its subsidiaries, sales offices, representatives and customer service centers ensures
fast and direct support on site and the high availability of our products.
Local support
Experienced and qualified specialists place their knowledge and expertise at your disposal.
For locally available support, go to the MTU Internet site: http://www.mtu-online.com
24h hotline
With our 24h hotline and the outstanding flexibility of our service staff, we are always ready to assist you - either during
operation, for preventive maintenance, corrective work in case of malfunction or changed operating conditions, or for
spare parts supply.
Your contact at Headquarters: Service-support@mtu-online.com
Spare parts service
Fast, simple and correct identification of spare parts for your drive system or vehicle fleet. The right spare part at the
right time at the right place.
With this aim in mind, we can call on a globally networked spares logistics system, a central warehouse at headquarters
and on-site stores at our subsidiary companies, agencies and service workshops.
Your contact at Headquarters:
E-mail: spare.parts@mtu-online.com
Tel.: +49 7541 908555
Fax.: +49 7541 908121

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Appendix B E531439/08E

4 Appendix B
4.1 Index
A F
Abbreviations 245 FCB 1 Technical data 166
AIB 1 Technical data 107 FCB 2 Technical data 97
AIB 2 Filter module 1 52
Printed circuit board 109 FIM 1 Technical data 55
Technical data 115
G
AIB 3 Technical data 120
AIB 4 Technical data 125 General conditions 7

B H
BIB 1 Technical data 129 Hotline 252
BIB 2 I
Printed circuit board 130
IIB 1 Technical data 171
Technical data 133
INB 1 Technical data 176
BOB 1
INB 2
Printed circuit board 134
Printed circuit board 178
Technical data 139
Technical data 182
BOB 2 Technical data 143
INB 3 Technical data 187
BOB 3 Technical data 147
M
C
Maintenance work
CCB 1
Safety regulations 10
Printed circuit board 86
Mechanical installation of PIMs, FIMs, DIMs 77
CCB 1
and PSMs
Technical data 87
MFB 1 Technical data 193
CCB 2 Technical Data 151
MFB 2 Technical data 202
COB 17
MOB 1 Technical data 211
Printed circuit board 41
MOB 2 Technical data 218
Technical data 44
MPU 23
COB 1 Technical data 25
Technical data 85
COB 21 Technical data 51
MPU 23
COB 3 Technical data 31
Printed circuit board 81
COB 5
MPU 27
Printed circuit board 34
Printed circuit board 92
Technical data 38
Technical data 95
Contact persons 252
MTU contact persons 252
Conversion tables 248
CRB 2 Technical data 155 O
D Operation
Safety regulations 9
Dimmer module 3 56
Overview
DIM Technical data 68
PIM printed circuit boards 16
Display module FCB 2 96
P
E
PAB 2 Technical data 221
EGB 1 Technical data 159
Peripheral interface module (PIM)
EMC specification 79
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PIM 5 39 Printed circuit board PAB 2 219


Peripheral Interface Modules (PIMs) 21 , 26 , Printed circuit board ROB 1 222
45 Printed circuit board SCB 2 88
Personnel and organizational requirements 8 Printed circuit board SCB 4 90
PIM
R
Technical data 19
PIM 3 32 Repair work
PIM 5 39 Safety regulations 10
Power supply modules 69 , 73 ROB 1 Technical data 229
Preface/Introduction 13 S
Printed circuit board
SAB 1
AIB 2 109
Printed circuit board 230
BIB 2 130
Technical data 238
BOB 1 134
Safety instructions 12
CCB 1 86
Safety regulations 9 , 10
COB 17 41
SCB 2 Technical data 89
COB 5 34
SCB 3
INB 2 178
Printed circuit board 240
MPU 23 81
Technical data 243
MPU 27 92
SCB 4 Technical data 91
SAB 1 230
Service partners 252
SCB 3 240
Spare parts service 252
Printed circuit board AIB 1 98
Startup
Printed circuit board AIB 3 117
Safety regulations 9
Printed circuit board AIB 4 121
Printed circuit board BIB 1 126 T
Printed circuit board BOB 2 140 Technical data
Printed circuit board BOB 3 144 AIB 2 115
Printed circuit board CCB2 148 BIB 2 133
Printed circuit board COB 1 23 BOB 1 139
Printed circuit board COB 21 47 CCB 1 87
Printed circuit board COB 3 28 COB 17 44
Printed circuit board CRB2 152 COB 5 38
Printed circuit board EGB 1 156 INB 2 182
Printed circuit board FCB 1 160 MPU 23 85
Printed circuit board IIB 1 167 MPU 27 95
Printed circuit board INB 1 172 PIM 19
Printed circuit board INB 3 183 SAB 1 238
Printed circuit board MFB 1 188 SCB 3 243
Printed circuit board MFB 2 195 Technical data PSM 72 , 76
Printed circuit board MOB 1 204
Printed circuit board MOB 2 212

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