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      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL156483 V3.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
      Related ranges: Altivar 58

      How do I setup the Altivar Process Drive to communicate over CanOpen?

      Issue:
      How do I setup the Altivar Process Drive to communicate over CanOpen?

      Product Line:
      Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      This FAQ will go over some basic settings to check. For a more detailed list of procedures on setting up the drive for CanOpen please reference the manuals attached.

      EDS Files Basic Settings
      Programming with the Drive
      • Program Communication Settings:
        • [Communication] COM, [CANopen] CnO
          • [CANopen Address] AdCo
            • This is a read/write parameter. The parameter number is 6051 via Modbus access
          • [CANopen Baudrate] bdCO
            • This is a read/write parameter. The parameter number is 6053 via Modbus access.
          • [CANopen Error] ErCO
            • This is a read-only Parameter. The parameter number is 6056 via Modbus access..
      • Program Command Settings:
        • [Complete settings] [Command and Reference]
          • ​For command speed from Network, program:
            • [Ref Freq 1 Config] Fr1 - Set to [CANopen] CAn 
            • [Ref 1B switching] rCb - Set to [Ref Freq Channel 1] Fr1
            • [Control Mode] CHCF - Set to [Not separ.] SIM
          • ​Video: Setting an Auto/Manual or Reference Switching on the Altivar Process Drives
      • Powercycle the drive
      Programming with SoMove
      • [Parameters List] [Fieldbus] [Slot A - CanOpen]
        • Configure
          • CanOpen Address, Baud Rate & Error
      Communicate with the Drive
      • Sending a command to the drive
      • Configuration of the Drive for Operation in I/O Profile
        • [Complete Settings] [Command and Reference] [Control Mode] - Set to IO
        • Command Word - CanOpen Register 2037/2
          Speed Reference Word - CanOpen Registers 2037/3 (Hz) or 2038/3 (rpm)
        • 16 bit word (Bit 0, 1, 2..... 15)
        • Start/Stop for FWD command must turn on bit 0
          • Write a 1 to start
          • Write a 0 to stop
        • Bit 1 to 15 are assignable like logic inputs
          • Example: To assign a fault reset to bit 7 - [Fault reset] - Set to Cd07 (Reference Programming manual for more details)
      • Configuration of the Drive for Operation with CiA 402 Profile (DriveCom Profile)
        • Works with other assemblies
        • [Complete Settings] [Command and Reference] [Control Mode] to [Not separ.] or [Separate]
        • Command Word - CanOpen Register 2037/2
          Speed Reference Word - CanOpen Registers 2037/3 (Hz) or 2038/3 (rpm)
        • No 16 bit word
        • Start/Stop
          • Sequence of values must be written to the drive
          • 6, 7 and 15
          • Toggle between 7 and 15 to start and stop or "RDY" to "RUN"
      Troubleshooting

      How to control an Altivar312 (ATV312) drive with a Twido PLC via Modbus RTU?

      Goals and Symptoms

      How to control an Altivar312 (ATV312) drive with a Twido PLC via Modbus RTU?

      Causes and Fixes

      Below is a step by step procedure describing a small application using a Twido Compact PLC controlling an ATV312 drive connected via Modbus RTU. A program example can be found at the end of this procedure.
      Hardware and software used:

      - TWDLCAE40DRF Twido PLC
      - TWDNAC485T (RS485 serial interface adaptor with 3 pin screw terminal type connector)
      - TwidoSuite 2.30.007 (free to download from www.schneider-electric.com)
      - ATV312H075M2 variable speed drive


      WIRING CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE MODBUS NETWORK

      Connection:
      ATV312 RJ45 connector pin 4 - A terminal of the Twido TWDNAC485T
      ATV312 RJ45 connector pin 5 - B terminal of the Twido TWDNAC485T
      ATV312 RJ45 connector pin 8 SG terminal of the Twido TWDNAC485T





      ATV312 SETUP

      The Altivar 312 control process using the communication bus is based on the CANopen CiA 402 profile status chart compatible with the IEC61800-7 standard. Each state represents an aspect of the internal behavior of the drive.

      In practical terms, before you can start the motor you will have to write to the CMD command word, Modbus address 8501, a value of 16#0006 (drive goes to a Ready to switch on state that can be checked with ETA status word, Modbus address 3201), then a 16#0007 (drive goes to a Switched on state) and finally a 16#000F (drive goes into an Operation enabled state, drive running).

      Please refer to the chart and description of the states at the end of this document.

      Relevant parameters:

      • 1. Drive Modbus Address (ADD) - 4 in our example (default: 1)
        2. Modbus baud rate (TBR) - 19200 in our example (default)
        3. Modbus com format (TFO) - 8-E-1 in our example (default)
        4. Level of access control (LAC) - change to Level3 (default: Level1)
        Note: When the drive is controlled via a communication bus, it is advisable to configure the access level "LAC" = "L3":
        5. Configuration reference 1 (FR1) - change to Modbus (default: AI1).
        6. Control channel 1 config (CD1) - change to Modbus (default: Terminal)
        Note: Change CHCF Channel mode config to Separate to be able to change this parameter. You can change it back to Not separate after that.


      TWIDOSUITE CONFIGURATION
      Note: the program example is attached to this resolution.

      1. Your Twido controller must be configured as a Master:



      2. You have to add a Generic Modbus element with a Modbus address, 4 in our example


      3. Configuration of the Comm Macro
      Set the Modbus address of the drive in the Network address field.
      Comm Macro zero is used in this example to read N words and write N words.

      C_RDNW
      We will read one word, ETA status word, Modbus address 3201. C_RDNW will use 8 registers (1+7), from %MW0 to %MW7.
      C_RDNW _ADDR1_0 sets the address of the register to be read from the drive (%MW3:=3201).
      C_WRNW 0 1 sends the Modbus message to the drive. (0-comm macro instance, 1 number of words to be read)
      The result will be read in C_RDNW _VAL1_0 or %MW7 in our example.

      C_WRNW
      We will write two words, CMD control word, Modbus address 8501 and LFr frequency reference, Modbus address 8502. C_WRNW will use 11 register (2+9) from %MW20 to %MW30.
      C_WRNW_ADDR1_0 sets the address of the starting register to be written in the drive (MW23:=8501).
      C_WRNW_VAL1_0 sets the value of the first register be to written (%MW26, the CMD control word value)
      The second value to be written is set with %MW27 and this will be the LFr speed reference.
      C_WRNW 0 2 sends the Modbus message to the drive.(0-comm macro instance, 2 number of words to be written)





      ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


      IEC 61800-7 status chart




      Description of the status chart states




      CMD control word (W8501)


      ETA status word (W3201)


      ATV312 Communication Menu Structure



      This completes the step by step procedure on how to control an Altivar312 (ATV312) drive with a Twido PLC via Modbus RTU.

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      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL207065 V1.0, Originally authored by TVe on 01/06/2012, Last Edited by TVe on 01/06/2012
      Related ranges: Twido, Altivar 312