(industrial automation) PROFIBUS Workshop

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  1. PROFIBUS Workshop NG PR DI OC IL BU ES EUROPEAN FIELDBUS STANDARD S EN 50170 MANUFACTURING Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 1
  2. PROFIBUS Overview chapter 1 PROFIBUS EN 50170 PTO Protocols FMS, DP, PA reliability wiring DP-details chapter 2 GSD - file functions ASICs chapter 3 PIC and certification chapter 4 Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 2
  3. PROFIBUS Why select a fieldbus system independent of proprietary solution vendor independent cost savings increase of productivity in terms of faster more flexible easy expandable customized Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 3
  4. PROFIBUS What a fieldbus system needs to offer deterministic (since parallel wiring will be replaced) flexible interoperable (multi-vendor use) cost effective (installation, startup, service) reliable and safe easy to use solution for all your automation needs standardization Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 4
  5. EN 50170 Volume 2 General Purpose Factory Automation Process Automation Automation PROFIBUS-FMS PROFIBUS-DP PROFIBUS-PA RS 485 / FO RS 485 / FO IEC 1158-2 Universal Fast Application Oriented - Large variety of applications - Plug and play - Powering over the bus - Multi-master communication - Efficient and cost effective - Intrinsic safety Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 5
  6. EN 50170 The PROFIBUS Standard EN 50170 is complete, open, vendor- independent and validated The PROFIBUS Technology is in accordance with existing parts of the IEC Fieldbus Standard IEC 1158 PROFIBUS is proven and has an installed base of > 3,000,000* devices that are in use all over the world The stable PROFIBUS Standard protects the investments of users and vendors world-wide PROFIBUS EN 50170 *Status: Q3/1999 Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 6
  7. INTERNATIONAL More than 900 members - 23 regional user associations PROFIBUS International PROFIBUS International America Africa Europe Asia Australia America Africa Europe Asia Australia Austria Brazil China Australia South Africa Belgium USA Japan New Zealand Czech Republic Korea Denmark Singapore Finland France Germany Ireland Italy Netherlands Norway Russia Sweden Switzerland *Status: Q3/1999 United Kingdom Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 7
  8. PRODUCT Variety Today there are more than 1,900* products from more than 280* different vendors available Get your free copy of the latest PROFIBUS product guide: on CD available from every user group world-wide or visit the Web - Site: http://www.profibus.com *Status: Q3/1999 Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 8
  9. PRODUCT Variety Drives Controllers Software Drivers AC Drives PLC/NC/RC DOS/Windows/NT/95 DC Drives VME, PC Tools RT-OS/OS9/VRTX Workstation Configuration VxWorks/PSOS+ Bus Monitor OS2, QNX Decentralized I/O Engineering UNIX/VMS Network components Binary I/O Repeaters Services Analog I/O Host Interfaces Fiber optics Regulators Development Support VAX computers Cables Timer Implementation Support VME computers Counter Training MMI Ident-Systems Instruments Operator Panels Gateways Level Text Displays Valves AS-Interface Flow Pneumatic Valves Proprietary networks Pressure Magnetic Valves Temperature Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 9
  10. Factory Ethernet/TCP/IP TCP/IP/Ethernet Area level Controller Bus Cycle PC/VME Time CNC < 1000 ms Cell Level PROFIBUS-FMS Bus Cycle VME/PC PLC Time DCS < 100 ms Field PROFIBUS-DP PROFIBUS-PA Level Bus Cycle- Time < 10 ms Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 10
  11. EN 50170 - 2 The PROFIBUS Protocol is in Accordance with the ISO/OSI Reference Model for Open Systems FMS DP PA DP-Profiles PA-Profiles Layer FMS Device DP-Extensions User Profiles DP Basic Functions Fieldbus Message Application Specification (7) (3)-(6) not used Fieldbus Data Link (FDL) Data Link IEC Interface (2) Physical RS-485 / Fiber Optic IEC 1158-2 (1) EN 50 170 PROFIBUS guidelines + profiles Chapter 1 (page 14 in the binder) Date 11/04/99, page 11
  12. Product Profiles PROFIBUS has defined profiles for the easy interconnectivity of certain product ranges NC/RC Profile (3.052) Encoder Profile (3.062) Variable-Speed Drive Profile (3.071) Operator Control and Process Monitoring Profile (HMI) PA Profile Chapter 1 (page 12 in the binder) Date 11/04/99, page 12
  13. Bus Access The PROFIBUS Bus Access Method combines Multi-Master and Master-Slave communications Active Stations, Master Devices PC PLC PROFIBUS Passive Stations(Slave Devices) are polled Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 13
  14. Bus Access the PROFIBUS Bus Access Protocol (Layer 2) is identical for all three PROFIBUS variations this enables transparent communication and easy combinations of FMS/DP/PA Network sections Because FMS/DP use the same Physical Media (RS- 485/FO), they can be combined on the same cable Active Stations, Master Devices PLC PC PLC PROFIBUS Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 14
  15. Bus Access Hybrid Bus Access Protocol Token-Passing between Masters Master - Slave Protocol between Master and Slaves Master active stations with the right to control the bus for a limited amount of time (Token - Hold - Time) Slave Slaves only respond on request of a Master - they have no rights to control the bus Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 15
  16. Bus Access in Multi-Master Networks, the Token Passing procedure must ensure that each master has enough time to fulfill its communication tasks the user therefore configures the overall Target Token Rotation Time (TTR) taking into account the communication tasks of all masters each Master calculates the available amount of time for its communication tasks at token receipt according to the following rule: TTH = Token Hold Time TTH = TTR - TRR TTR = Target Token Rotation Time TRR = Real Token Rotation Time Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 16
  17. FMS, DP, PA FMS stands for Fieldbus Messaging System peer to peer communication DP stands for Decentralized Periphery fast data exchange PA stands for Process Automation intrinsically safe environment Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 17
  18. FMS/DP In Common FMS DP DP-Profiles Layer FMS Device User Profiles DP Basic Functions Fieldbus Message Application Specification (7) (3)-(6) Fieldbus data link (FDL) Data Link IEC Interface* (2) Physical RS-485 / Fiber Optic (1) EN 50 170 PROFIBUS guidelines + profiles Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 18
  19. FMS/DP In Common DP and FMS are based on Layer 1 and 2: DP and FMS can be operated on the same bus Message header and data length are identical The bus physics are identical One master can service several slaves Several masters can participate on the bus Baudrates from 9.6 kBd up to 12 MBd are possible Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 19
  20. FMS/DP In Common Data transmission can be between 1 and 244 bytes 126 stations can be connected System can consist of several segments 32 stations (RS 485 drivers) per segment Common components Cabling, connectors, repeater, fibre optic Savings in maintenance and spare parts inventory Chapter 1 Date 11/04/99, page 20
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