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Getting StartedIndustrial ControlsMotor Management and Control DevicesSIMOCODE proEdition04/2017siemens.com

1IntroductionConfiguring a reversing2starterIndustrial ControlsMotor management and controldevicesSIMOCODE proGetting Started04/2017A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001AList of abbreviations

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Table of contents12AIntroduction . 51.1Important information . 51.2Security information . 71.3Current information about operational safety. 8Configuring a reversing starter . 92.1Introduction and objective of the example . 92.2Reversing starter with motor feeder and local control station . 112.3Parameterization . 142.4Adding a control station to the reversing starter using PROFIBUS DP . 212.5Adding a control station to the reversing starter using PROFINET . 25List of abbreviations . 30A.1List of abbreviations . 30Index . 31SIMOCODE pro4Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Introduction1.11Important informationScope of applicationThis manual is applicable to the listed SIMOCODE pro system components. It contains adescription of the components applicable at the time of printing the manual. SIEMENSreserves the right to include updated information about new components or new versions ofcomponents in a Product Information.Manual CollectionA Manual Collection 109743951), acollection of the following five SIMOCODE pro manuals is at your disposal in Industry OnlineSupport: SIMOCODE pro - 1 Getting Started SIMOCODE pro - 2 System Manual SIMOCODE pro - 3 Parameterization SIMOCODE pro - 4 Applications SIMOCODE pro - 5 CommunicationSIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/0015

Introduction1.1 Important informationSIMOCODE pro response tablesSpecific responses (deactivated, signaling, warning, tripping) can be parameterized forvarious SIMOCODE pro functions, such as overload. These are always displayed in tabularform: "X" Applicable "—" Not applicable Default values are marked "d" for "default" in parentheses.ResponseFunction 1Function 2Function 3Tripping—X (d)XWarningX (d)X—SignalingXX—DeactivatedXXX (d)0 . 25.5 s (default: 0)——DelayBrief description of the responses: Tripping: The contactor controls QE* are tripped. A fault message is generated which isavailable as a diagnosis via PROFIBUS DP. The fault message and the device-internalsignal remain on until the appropriate length of time has elapsed or the cause of the faulthas been eliminated and acknowledged. Warning: In addition to the device-internal signal, a warning signal is generated that isavailable as diagnostics via the communication bus. Signaling: Only a device-internal signal is generated, which can be further processed asrequired. Deactivated: The appropriate function is switched off, no signals are generated.A delay time can also be set for specific responses.Further informationPlease read the operating instructions of the respective components. You can find theoperating instructions for SIMOCODE pro at (www.siemens.com/sirius/manuals).You will find further information on the Internet: Internet (www.siemens.com/simocode) Information and Download Center (www.siemens.com/sirius/infomaterial) Siemens Industry Online Support (SIOS) (www.siemens.com/sirius/support) Certificates (www.siemens.com/sirius/approvals)SIMOCODE pro6Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Introduction1.2 Security informationFurther support (Service and Support)Service and Support hone: 49 (0) 911-895-5900 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CET)Fax: 49 (0) 911-895-59 07E-Mail: [email protected] of liabilityThe products described here have been developed to carry out safety-related functions aspart of a complete plant or machine. In general, a complete safety system consists ofsensors, evaluation units, signaling devices and methods for safe tripping. The manufactureris responsible for ensuring safe functioning of the complete plant or machine. Siemens AG,its subsidiaries, and associated companies (hereinafter referred to as "Siemens") are not in aposition to guarantee every characteristic of a complete plant or machine not designed bySiemens.Siemens also denies all responsibility for any recommendations that are made or implied inthe following description. No new guarantee, warranty, or liability claims above thosestandard to Siemens can be derived from the following description.1.2Security informationSiemens provides products and solutions with industrial security functions that support thesecure operation of plants, systems, machines and networks.In order to protect plants, systems, machines and networks against cyber threats, it isnecessary to implement – and continuously maintain – a holistic, state-of-the-art industrialsecurity concept. Siemens’ products and solutions only form one element of such a concept.Customer is responsible to prevent unauthorized access to its plants, systems, machinesand networks. Systems, machines and components should only be connected to theenterprise network or the internet if and to the extent necessary and with appropriate securitymeasures (e.g. use of firewalls and network segmentation) in place.Additionally, Siemens’ guidance on appropriate security measures should be taken intoaccount. For more information about industrial security, please iemens’ products and solutions undergo continuous development to make them moresecure. Siemens strongly recommends to apply product updates as soon as available and toalways use the latest product versions. Use of product versions that are no longer supported,and failure to apply latest updates may increase customer’s exposure to cyber threats.To stay informed about product updates, subscribe to the Siemens Industrial Security RSSFeed IMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/0017

Introduction1.3 Current information about operational safety1.3Current information about operational safetyImportant note for maintaining operational safety of your systemDANGERHazardous VoltageCan Cause Death, Serious Injury or Risk of Property DamagePlease take note of our latest information!Systems with safety-related characteristics are subject to special operational safetyrequirements on the part of the operator. The supplier is also obliged to comply with specialproduct monitoring measures. For this reason, we publish a special newsletter containinginformation on product developments and features that are (or could be) relevant tooperation of safety-related systems. By subscribing to the appropriate newsletter in theIndustry newsletter system (https://www.industry.siemens.com/newsletter), you will ensurethat you are always up-to-date and able to make changes to your system, when necessary.Sign on to the following newsletter under "Products & Solutions": Control Components and System Engineering News Safety Integrated Newsletter.SIMOCODE pro8Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.12Introduction and objective of the exampleIntroductionThe following simple example of a reversing starter demonstrates step-by-step how tocommission SIMOCODE pro. In this context, the reversing starter will be equipped with: Initially, one local control station - Local Control Followed by a second control station with PROFIBUS DP and PROFINET IO.SIMOCODE ES (TIA Portal) software is used for parameterization.The PC / PG is connected to the basic unit via a PC cable.Objective of the exampleThis example is intended to:1. Show you how to implement a standard switching operation with a reversing starter usingSIMOCODE pro in just a few steps.2. Help you modify this example for your application.3. Help you implement other applications easily.Fundamental stepsThe two fundamental SIMOCODE pro steps are always: Implementation of external wiring (for control and feedback of main current switchingdevices and control and signaling devices) Implementation / activation of internal SIMOCODE pro functions (function blocks), withcontrol and evaluation of the SIMOCODE pro inputs/outputs (internal SIMOCODE prowiring).SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/0019

Configuring a reversing starter2.1 Introduction and objective of the exampleRequirements Load feeder / motor is present PLC / PCS with PROFIBUS DP interface or PROFINET interface is present The main circuit of the reversing circuit, including the current measuring module, hasalready been wired. In this case, the 3 cables leading to the motor must be led throughthe feed-through openings of the current measuring module. PC / PG is present SIMOCODE ES software is installed The basic unit has the factory settings. You can find out how to restore the basic factorysettings in the application manual.SIMOCODE pro10Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.2 Reversing starter with motor feeder and local control station2.2Reversing starter with motor feeder and local control stationRequired componentsThe following table lists the components required for this example:Table 2- 1Required components for the example of the reversing starter with motor feeder and local control stationItemOrdering dataOrder number1SIMOCODE pro C, pro S or pro V basic unit3UF7000-1AU00-0 (pro C)3UF7020-1AU00-0 (pro S)3UF7010-1AU00-0 (pro V)SIMOCODE pro V PN basic unit3UF7011-1AU00-020.3 A to 3 A current measuring module3UF7100-1AA00-03Connecting cable for connecting basic unit to the current measuringmodule, depending on length3UF793.-1AA00-04SIMOCODE ES (TIA Portal) Basic, Standard or Premium software forparameterization via the system interface3ZS1322-4CC12-0YA5 (Basic)or3ZS1322-6CC12-0YA5 (Premium)"SIMOCODE ES 2007 Standard" software for parameterization via thesystem interface with graphic editor3ZS1312-5CC10-0YA53ZS1322-5CC12-0YA5 (Standard)or"SIMOCODE ES 2007 Premium" software for parameterization via3ZS1312-6CC10-0YA5PROFIBUS DP and the system interface with the graphic editor, includesSTEP -7 Object Manager5PC cable for connecting the basic unit to a PC / PG3UF7941-0AA00-0 (USB)SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/00111

Configuring a reversing starter2.2 Reversing starter with motor feeder and local control stationReversing starter circuitry with SIMOCODE proThe following schematic shows the circuitry of the main circuit and the control circuit:Figure 2-1Wiring of the main circuit and the control circuit with SIMOCODE proSIMOCODE pro12Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 ParameterizationCircuit diagram of a reversing starter control circuitThe following schematic shows the circuit diagram of the control circuit with a local controlstation for the commands: CCW OFF CWDisplays, messages, etc, have not been taken into account.Figure 2-2Circuit diagram of a reversing starter control circuitThe necessary interlocks and connections are carried out in the basic unit via software.SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/00113

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 Parameterization2.3ParameterizationThe basics of parameterizationAfter the external wiring connections have been made (contactor coils connected, currentmeasuring module integrated in the main circuit), SIMOCODE pro is then parameterized. Forthis purpose, you need to understand the following points:Table 2- 2Schematic of the various SIMOCODE pro function blocksPointDescription1Function blocks are stored internally in the SIMOCODE pro system, e.g. for control stations, control functions andmotor protection.2Function blocks have names.3Function blocks may have set values, e.g. the type of control function and the set current for overload protection.4Function blocks are equipped with plugs and sockets. These are clearly designated.5To achieve the desired functionality, proceed as follows:1. Interconnect the function blocks by connecting specific plugs to specific sockets (i.e "plug the plugs into thesockets").2. If required, set values in the function blocks, e.g. the set current, type of control function.6The inputs of the function blocks in the basic unit are designated as plugs and labeled as follows:7The outputs of the function blocks in the basic unit are designated as sockets and labeled as follows:8The plugs and sockets of the device inputs and outputs are not connected as factory defaults. If you press abutton now, the contactors will not be energized.SIMOCODE pro14Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 ParameterizationGeneral procedure for parameterizing the reversing starterParameterization means: Setting values Connecting function blocksWhere this example is concerned, this means:1. Select the control function "Reversing Starter". This establishes all the interlocks andconnections for the reversing starter in the basic unit.2. Determine the set current Is for motor protection. In this case, the set current correspondsto the rated motor current, i.e. 3 A.3. The "BU Outputs" function block must be connected to the sockets of the"Protection / Control" function block via the software, i.e:– "BU Output 1" plug to "Contactor Control QE1" socket (right)– "BU Output 2" plug to "Contactor Control QE2" socket (left)4. The plugs on the "Protection / Control" function block must be connected via software tothe sockets on the "BU Inputs" function block, i.e.– Control station plug - Local Control [LC] ON to "BU Input 1" socket– Control station plug - Local Control [LC] OFF to "BU Input 2" socket– Control station plug - Local Control [LC] ON to "BU Input 3" socketFigure 2-3Schematic of a parameterization exampleThe assignment of the contactor controls QE depends on the parameterized control function.See the Function Manual.SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/00115

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 ParameterizationConcrete procedure for parameterization with SIMOCODE ES (TIA Portal)Proceed as follows:StepDescription1Start SIMOCODE ES on your PC / PG.2 Select "Create new project" in the portal view and enter the project name and, if applicable, a description Click the "Create" button3Switch to the project navigator ("Project view" button)4Double-click "Add new device" in the project view.5With the "Start device wizard" option activated, select the SIMOCODE device you wish to add in the project treeof the "Controllers" and confirm your selection with "OK"6 Select an application (e.g. reversing starter) in the device wizard and close the dialog by selecting "Finish".When you select this application, a range of presets will be automatically carried out that you will have tocheck later. You will find the device wirings corresponding to the applications in the "SIMOCODE pro 4 Applications" manual. The SIMOCODE device has now been added to the project navigator. You can change the device name "Control device 1" to a device and application-specific name via theshortcut menu. Expanding the device in the project navigator reveals the following entries:–Device configuration–Online & diagnostics t the entries by double-clicking.7Add further components to the selected basic unit in the device configuration, for example the current measuringmodule IM 0.3 - 3A8In "Parameters", under "Motor protection Overload/Unbalance/Stalled Rotor", set the current setting Is 1 to 3 A9Under "Charts Chart 1", open the graphical parameter view (editor "CFC")SIMOCODE pro16Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 ParameterizationStepDescription10Check the following settings: BU - Output 1 Contactor Control QE1 BU - Output 2 Contactor Control QE2The relay outputs are connected to the contactor controls.NoteBy choosing a preset application (Step 6), other presets might be made when the BU outputs are assigned to thecontactor controls.11Check the following settings: Local Control [LC] ON : BU - Input 1 Local Control [LC] OFF: BU - Input 2 Local Control [LC] ON : BU - Input 3The control station "Local Control" is now connected with the binary inputs of the basic unit.Check whether the enables for "ON" and "OFF" for operating mode "Local2" are set.12As required, further protection and monitoring functions can be activated or further logic and standard functionsfrom the function block library can be used in the chart.Parameterization is complete. Save your project by selecting Project Save.SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/00117

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 ParameterizationSpecific procedure for parameterization with SIMOCODE ES 2007Proceed as follows:StepDescription1Start SIMOCODE ES on your PC / PG.2Select the control function "Reversing Starter" as application. When you select this application, a range of presetswill be automatically carried out that you will have to check later.3Select SIMOCODE pro C, SIMOCODE pro S or SIMOCODE pro V under "Device Configuration". Deactivate theoperator panel if this is not installed.4 Open the "Device Parameters Motor Protection Overload / Unbalance / Stalled Rotor" dialog box. Set the current setting Is1 to 3 A.5Check the following settings: BU - Output 1 Contactor Control QE1 BU - Output 2 Contactor Control QE2The relay outputs are connected to the contactor controls.NoteBy choosing a preset application (Step 2), other presets might be made when the BU outputs are assigned to thecontactor controls.6Check the following settings: Local Control [LC] ON : BU - Input 1 Local Control [LC] OFF: BU - Input 2 Local Control [LC] ON : BU - Input 3The control station "Local Control" is now connected with the binary inputs of the basic unit.Check whether the enables for "ON" and "OFF" for operating mode "Local2" are set.7Parameterization is complete.Save the parameter file on your PC / PG using "Switching Device Save".SIMOCODE pro18Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 ParameterizationTransferring parameters to the basic unit and commissioning with SIMOCODE ES (TIA Portal)After creating the parameter file, you can now transfer it to the SIMOCODE pro, andcommission the reversing starter. To do so, proceed as follows:StepDescription1Switch on the power supply of the basic unit.2Connect the USB interface of the PC / PG to the system interface of the basic unit using the SIRIUS USB PCcable. You may have to install a device driver for the parameterization cable when using the USB PC cable for thefirst time.3Observe the status LED on the basic unit. The "Device" LED should light up green. SIMOCODE pro can bestarted up.4Transfer the parameter file to the basic unit as follows: Click on the "Download to device" icon or the "Online Download to device" menu item. The dialog that follows asks you for the type of the connection between the PC and the device - selectSirius PtP (Point-to-Point) here and the applicable virtualized COM interface and click on the "Start search"button. All accessible devices are now displayed in the list.5You can now start downloading parameters via the "Load" button.6After transferring the data to the basic unit, you will receive a message confirming successful downloading under"Info General".NoteSwitching between "RIGHT" and "LEFT" is only possible via "OFF" after the preset, 5second interlocking time has expired.SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/00119

Configuring a reversing starter2.3 ParameterizationTransferring parameters to the basic unit and commissioning with SIMOCODE ES 2007After creating the parameter file, you can now transfer it to the SIMOCODE pro, andcommission the reversing starter. To do so, proceed as follows:StepDescription1Switch on the power supply of the basic unit.2Connect the serial interface of the PC / PG to the system interface of the basic unit using the USB PC cable.3Observe the status LED on the basic unit. The "Device" LED should light up green. SIMOCODE pro can bestarted up.4 Transfer the parameter file to the basic unit via the menu, e.g., using "Target System Load to SwitchingDevice". Select the RS-232 interface through which SIMOCODE pro is connected to the PC via the USB PC cable.5After transferring the data to the basic unit, you will receive the message "Download to device successfullyaccomplished".NoteSwitching between "RIGHT" and "LEFT" is only possible via "OFF" after the preset, 5-secondinterlocking time has expired.Configuration with local control station completedThe configuration with SIMOCODE pro is now complete. You now have a functionalreversing starter with a local control station. If the wiring and parameterization are correct,the contactors for clockwise and counterclockwise rotation will be activated when thecorresponding buttons are pushed.SIMOCODE pro20Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.4 Adding a control station to the reversing starter using PROFIBUS DP2.4Adding a control station to the reversing starter usingPROFIBUS DPIn this sectionIn this section, you will find out how a control station can be added to the previouslyconfigured example by means of PROFIBUS DP. You can switch between the local controlstation (local) and PLC / PCS (remote). SIMOCODE pro can then be controlled locally viathe buttons and via the PLC/PCS.The necessary connections are preset as factory defaults in SIMOCODE pro. Therefore, youonly have to set the PROFIBUS DP address for SIMOCODE pro so that it can be recognizedcorrectly as a DP slave on the PROFIBUS DP.RequirementsThe following requirements must be fulfilled: The motor is switched off. The supply voltage for the basic unit is switched on. The "Device" LED lights up green You have connected the basic unit to the PROFIBUS DP. The PROFIBUS DP interface ison the front (9-way SUB-D socket) SIMOCODE pro is integrated in your automation system. Further information onintegrating DP slaves can be found in the automation system documentation.SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/00121

Configuring a reversing starter2.4 Adding a control station to the reversing starter using PROFIBUS DPSetting the PROFIBUS DP addressFirst, set the PROFIBUS DP address of the basic unit. This can be done in the followingways: With SIMOCODE ES (TIA Portal) or SIMOCODE ES 2007 Via the addressing plugSetting the PROFIBUS DP address with SIMOCODE ES (TIA Portal)Proceed as follows:StepDescription1Switch on the power supply of the basic unit.2Connect the USB interface of the PC / PG to the system interface of the basic unit using the SIRIUS USB PCcable. You may have to install a device driver for the parameterization cable when using the USB PC cable forthe first time.In addition you can also change the PROFIBUS address without a SIRIUS PC cable, directly via the PROFIBUSinterface. Requirement: PROFIBUS interface in PC/laptop. Procedure: See step 43Observe the status LED on the basic unit. The "Device" LED should light up green. SIMOCODE pro can bestarted up.4Set the address of a device configured in SIMOCODE ES (as started under Parameterization (Page 14)): Select the device configuration already created as "Control device 1" Mark the SIMOCODE basic unit and navigate to "Properties General PROFIBUS address" in the statuswindow. In this view the PROFIBUS address can be entered in the field "Address". Then load the parameterization into the device.Selecting the PROFIBUS node in the network view5 Double-click on "Control Device 1" Modify the PROFIBUS address Select "Download to device" in the overview. With extended download: Select "Start search" Under device type select the corresponding PROFIBUS node Then load the parameterization into the device.After transferring the data to the basic unit, you will receive a message confirming successful downloadingunder "Info General".SIMOCODE pro22Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001

Configuring a reversing starter2.4 Adding a control station to the reversing starter using PROFIBUS DPSetting the PROFIBUS-DP address with SIMOCODE ES 2007Proceed as follows:StepDescription1Plug the USB PC cable into the system interface.2Start SIMOCODE ES.3Open menu Switching device Open online.4Select RS232 and the corresponding COM interface. Confirm with OK.5Open the Device Parameters Bus Parameters dialog box.6Select the DP address.7 Save the data in the basic unit with Target System Load to Device. The address is set. Confirm the change of address.Setting the PROFIBUS DP address via the addressing plugProceed as follows:Table 2- 3Setting the PROFIBUS DP address via the addressing plugStepDescription1Set the desired valid address on the DIP switches.The switches are numbered.For example, address 21: Put the "16" "4" "1" switches in the "ON" position.2If necessary, remove the PC cable from the system interface.3Plug the addressing plug into the system interface. The "Device" LED lights up yellow4Briefly press the "TEST/RESET" button. The address you set is now stored. The "Device" LED flashes yellowfor approx. 3 seconds.5Remove the addressing plug from the system interface.SIMOCODE proGetting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/00123

Configuring a reversing starter2.4 Adding a control station to the reversing starter using PROFIBUS DPAdditional internal components of the basic unitThe local control [LC] station is already wired, the external components are connected andthe necessary internal connections have been made. The following additional internalcomponents, which have already been connected as factory defaults and do not have to beparameterized, are now required: PROFIBUS DP bit 0.0,

Control Components and System Engineering News Safety Integrated Newsletter. SIMOCODE pro Getting Started, 04/2017, A5E40507294002A/RS-AA/001 9 . 1 SIMOCODE pro C, pro S or pro V basic unit 3UF7000-1AU00-0 (pro C) 3UF7020-1AU00-0 (