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Fieldbuses

PROFINET® IO (RT)

PROFINET® IO (RT)

  • Operation as controller (master), device (slave) or combined controller/device
  • Executable on all M1 controller CPUs without additional hardware
  • Configuration in SolutionCenter or with GSDML file
  • Bus cycle time ≥1 ms
  • Bit rate 10/100/1000 MBit
  • Parallel operation with other Ethernet traffic in the same network

Controller:

  • Automatic initialisation of devices on startup or on reconnecting
  • Data of devices available in process image of automation software
  • Display of errors and diagnostic data as channel status

Device:

  • Transmission of I/O channel values from and to the controller
  • I-Device: Transmission of program variable for connection of intelligent device
  • Shared Device: Parallel access to modules from several controllers

PROFIBUS

PROFIBUS

  • PROFIBUS V0 master and slave
  • Multiple networks per controller
  • Support for all baud rates defined in the standard (9.6 to 12 MBaud)
  • Transparent access to I / O and process variables
  • Configuration in the SolutionCenter with standardized GSD files

CAN, CANopen

CAN, CANopen

  • Up to 8 separate CAN networks per controller
  • Convenient application of process data without programming effort
  • Connection monitoring via node guarding and heartbeat
  • Optional nodes, automatic reinitialization after connection loss
  • Synchronous operation of bus and software possible, eg. for motion applications
  • Libraries for access to further service and diagnostic data
  • Event-controlled handling of telegrams
  • Direct processing
  • Tunneled IP communication between M1 controllers via CAN
  • Configuration in SolutionCenter via standardized DCF files
  • Monitors in the SolutionCenter for SDO access, emergency list etc.

EtherCAT® Master

EtherCAT® Master

EtherCAT® Master

  • Software solution for operation on standard controller CPUs
  • Addressing the slaves via autoincrement or alias address
  • Allocating and checking the alias address
  • Supporting optional nodes
  • Supports slaves with distributed clock
  • Synchronization of application programs and fieldbus is possible
  • Cyclical data exchange via PDO mapping
  • Displaying process values as logical I/O modules and in the PLC process image
  • Access to acyclic data (SDO for CoE, ServiceChannel for SoE) via function library
  • Status change of network and slaves via function library
  • Support of the following profiles:

    • CoE (CANopen® over EtherCAT®)
    • SoE (Servo Drive profile over EtherCAT®)
    • FoE (File over EtherCAT®)
    • EoE (Ethernet over EtherCAT®)
    • MDP (Modular Device Profile)

  • Function interface for network and slave status
  • Extensive diagnostics via system variables
  • Quality is ensured through regular participation in Plug-Fests of the ETG

EtherCAT® Configurator

  • Integrated in the Bachmann SolutionCenter
  • Easy creation of an online configuration by means of Busscan
  • Creation of an offline configuration by selecting the slave from a catalog
  • Management of standard-compliant ESI files in the catalog
  • Monitors for process data, SDO access, reading and setting of alias addresses
  • File transfer wizard
  • Subsequently adding, removing and changing the sequence of slaves
  • Targeted search for configuration errors by repeating Busscan also in the event of an error
  • All diagnostic options also via remote maintenance over network boundaries
  • Archiving of configurations in the templates and solutions

Modbus Master

Modbus Master

  • Supported protocols: Modbus TCP, Modbus UDP, Modbus ASCII and Modbus RTU
  • Use of the onboard interfaces of the CPUs
  • Possibility of spatial distribution of the interfaces via FAST substations with EM213 or RS204 modules
  • Representation of the values of the slave in the process image
  • Configuration and commissioning in the SolutionCenter without programming effort
  • Multiple networks parallel (also for different modes)

Modbus Slave

Modbus Slave

  • Supported protocols: Modbus TCP/UDP/RTU/ASCII
  • Use of the onboard interfaces of the CPUs
  • Possibility of spatial distribution of the interfaces via FASTBUS substations and EM213 or RS204 module
  • Configurator in the SolutionCenter for easy assignment of process variables to Modbus data