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Modbus PLC-MV/JV/PV


Introduction
This tutorial is intended as a supplement to the original manuals for the products. Therefore, use it to familiarise yourself with the product but not as a guide to complete installation. The information in the tutorial is taken from the manual (s):
I537-E2-01 Sysdrive PV
 
Product Information
This is a separate suite (Modbus_Master ver 8.cxp) used to control the drives from a CPM2A, CPM2C, CQM1H, CJ or CS. Communication takes place in the Modbus serial, which uses a binary protocol. The PLC is the Master and the inverter is the Slave. The program can handle up to 8 drives on the CPM / CQM, and 15 converters in CJ1/CS1. The serial communication is 2 or 4-wire RS422/RS485. The program also takes 2.5kW memory (CPM2x, for example, a total of 4kW).

Use CPM2C with CPM2C-CIF11, for example, to connect the frequency converter directly. CJ1 and CS1 with CJ1W-CIF11 can also connect directly to the inverter.

The protocol reads and writes the following to the inverter's Holding Register:

Reading Writing
20H I/O-Status 1H Inputs/Outputs
21H Alarm Status 2H Frequency reference, Set in fractions of Hz for MV / JV and one hundredths Hz for PV / RV 
can be entered as a decimal item & 100
24H Frequency  
27H Current  
38H PID Feedback  
2BH S1-S7 Input Status  


Using the program
  • The program is loaded into the PLC normally. Once this is done click on Settings.
  • Make sure you transfer the DM1000-DM2047. This data appears as open DM in Memory. Check the site and press Transfer to PLC.
  • Turn the power on the PLC to ensure the port setting is correct.
  • Enter the maximum number of slaves for DM1000.
  • The program is now ready for use and will immediately try to reach the nodes.

Setting the frequency converter
The following parameters must be set in the inverter:

3G3MV 3G3JV 3G3PV/RV  
n001 4 n001 1 A1-01 2 To access the parameters below
n003 2 n002 2 b1-02 2 Modbus, RUN-command
n004 6 n003 6 b1-01 2 Modbus F.ref selection
n151 3 n68 3     Serial Fault Action (3=Alarm is displayed)
        H5-04 3 Serial Fault Action (3=Continue operation)
n152 0 n69 0 o1-03 0 Frequency unit (MV/JV=0.1Hz, PV=0.01Hz)
n153 x n70 x H5-01 x Replace x with your own Slave number (1-8) for each converter (1-15) for CJ1/CS1
n154 2 n71 2     Baudrate (19200) (0=2400, 1=4800, 2=9600, 3=19200)
        H5-02 3 Baudrate (19200) (1=2400, 2=4800, 3=9600, 4=19200)
n155 2 n72 2     Parity (No parity) (0=E, 1=O, 2=N)
        H5-03 0 Parity (No parity) (0=N, 1=E, 2=O)
        H5-05 1 Serial Fault Detect (0=No, 1=Yes)
n156 10 n73 10 H5-06 10 Send wait (ms)
n157 0 n74 0     RTS Control (0=ON when sending, 1=Disabled)
        H5-07 1 RTS Control (0=Disabled, 1=ON when sending)

br />RTS Control is used in 2-wire RS485 or when there is more than 1 slave.
Set n001 or A1-01 back to 1 after the configuration is done. Turn the power on the power adapter for it to be updated with the new settings.

Up Link
4-wire RS422
PLC RDA + (B) connects to the S + on all inverters
PLC RDA-(A) connects to the S- on all inverters
PLC SDA + (B) connects to the R + on all inverters
PLC SDA-(A) connects to R on all inverters 
• If a CJ1W-CIF11 used set the switch to AT 1 (end resistance). The rest AV.
2-wire RS485 
PLC SDA + (B) connects to the R + and S + on all inverters 
PLC SDA-(A) connects to the R-and S- on all inverters 
• If a CJ1W-CIF11 used, set the switch to 4 AV. The rest ON.
Use shielded cable for this.
Remember to connect the end resistance in the PLC and in the furthest inverter.

Addresses in the PLC
CPM2x and CQM1H
DM1009 to DM1000 and IR201 to IR209 are reserved for the inverters. The highlighted number refers to the slave number. Therefore, slave number 3 has IR203-DM1039 and DM1030. x in the table is the slave number.
CJ1 and CS1
D1000 to D1159 and W201 to W215 are reserved for the inverters. The highlighted number refers to the slave number. Therefore, slave number 3 has W203 (shown as 2xx in the table below), and D1030-D1039. xx in the table is the slave number.

  Write   Read
2xx.00 Run DM1xx0 I/O Status (20H)
2xx.01 Reverse DM1xx1 Alarm Status (21H)
2xx.02 Fault DM1xx2 Frequency (24H)
2xx.03 Fault reset DM1xx3 Current MV/JV Power PV (27H)
2xx.04 Multifunction input 1 * DM1xx4 PID Feedback (38H)
2xx.05 Multifunction input 2 * DM1xx5 Status Input terminal S1-S7 (2BH)
2xx.06 Multifunction input 3 * DM1xx6  
2xx.07 Multifunction input 4 * DM1xx7  
2xx.08 Multifunction input 5 * DM1xx8  
2xx.09 Multifunction input 6 * DM1xx9 Writing
2xx.10 Multifunction input 7 *    
DM1xx9 Frequency ref, 1/10 Hz (UINT) MV/JV    
DM1xx9 Frequency ref, 1/100 Hz (UINT) PV/RV    
  • 3-7 applies to PV / RV
  • 2-7 applies to the JV
  • 1-7 applies to the MV
Please be aware that there may be difference in the MV, JV and PV / RV. In addition, slaves who are "on the air" are seen as a "1" bit in 01 to 15 of the DM1009. DM1009 = 0006 means that the slaves 2 and 3 are communicating with the PLC. DM1001-DM1008 in the CPM and CQM is for all practical reasons, a copy of the IR201-IR208. 

The following addresses used by the protocol:
CPM or CQM CJ1 or CS1
IR201-208 W201-215
IR226-228 W226-228
DM1000-DM2047 D1000-D2047
TIM0 T0


Customisations
For those who wish to read other data from the inverter they must make a change in the Holding Register reading table. This can be done in the DM2000-DM2008. Be sure to add the number as a two-digit Hex value. The result of the reading for that node can be found in DM1xx0 to DM1xx8. Reading the table is common to all slaves. Remember that the response time increases for each additional holding register you place in the table to be read. The following values are the defaults in this reading table. :

D2000 D2001 D2002 D2003 D2004 D2005 D2006 D2007 D2008
0020 0021 0024 0027 0038 002B 0000 0000 0000


Useful information
The protocol can carry approximately 15 messages per second with baud rate 9600. It sends a message as type 1 for each message read. With 8 slaves, all of the slaves have received your message + read a message within 1 second. This is carried out at the expense of reading which means that the reading of 6 messages per slave would entail the update of the PLC taking up to 6 seconds.

Additional
3G3JV inverter writing Holding Register

Register No. (HEX) Function Description
0000 Not used  
0001 RUN command Refer to the table below
0002 Frequency reference Set the frequency reference based on the maximum frquency as 30,000
0003-000F Not used  


3G3MV inverter writing Holding Register

Register No. (HEX) Function Description
0000 Not used  
0001 RUN command Refer to the table below
0002 Frequency reference Set the frequency reference in the unit according to the set value in n69
0003 V/f gain Set on condition that 100% is 1000 within a range from 2.0 to 200.0% (20 to 2000) see note 1
0004-0008 Not used  
0009 Inverter output Refer to the table below
000A-000F Not used  


Common to both
RUN command (Register 0001 HEX)

Bit No. Function
0 RUN command (1:RUN)
1 Forward/Reverse (1:Reverse)
2 External fault (External fault 0)
3 Fault reset (1:Fault reset)
4 Not used
5 Multi-function input 1 (1:ON)
6 Multi-function input 2 (1:ON)
7 Multi-function input 3 (1:ON)
8 Multi-function input 4 (1:ON)
9 to 15 Not used


3G3MV and 3G3JV inverter reading Holding Register
Status Signal (Register 0020 HEX)

Bit No. Function
0 During RUN (1:During RUN)
1 Forward/Reverse operation (1:Reverse operation)
2 Inverter ready (1:Ready)
3 Fault (1:Fault)
4 Data setting error (1:Error)
5 Multi-function output (1:ON)
6 to 15 Not used


Fault Status (Register 0021 HEX)

Bit No. Function Bit No. Function
0 OC 8 F□
1 OV 9 OL1
2 OL2 10 OL3
3 OH 11 Not used
4 Not used 12 UV1
5 Not used 13 GF
6 Not used 14 CE
7

EF

15 Not used

Note when a fault resets the corresponding bit will be set to 1.

Data Link Status (Register 0022 HEX)

Bit No. Function
0 Data writing (1:Writing)
1-2 Not used
3 Upper and lower limit error (1:Error) : Outside set range
4 Verify error (1:Error) : Same as OPE
5-15 Not used


Input Terminal Status (Register 002B HEX)

Bit No. Function
0 Forward/Stop terminal (S:1) (1:ON)
1 Multi-function input terminal 1(S2) (1:ON)
2 Multi-function input terminal 2(S3) (1:ON)
3 Multi-function input terminal 3(S1) (4:ON)
4 Multi-function input terminal 4(S5) (1:ON)
5-15 Not used


Inverter Status 1 (Register 002C HEX)

Bit No. Function
0 During RUN (1:RUN)
1 Zero speed (1:Zero speed)
2 Frequency agree (1:Frequency agree)
3 Warning (Non fatal error) (1:Warning)
4 Frequency detection 1 (1:Output frequency <=n58)
5 Frequency detection 2 (1:Output frequency <=n58)
6 Inverter ready (1:Ready)
7 UV (1:UV)
8 Base block (1:Base block)
9 Frequency reference mode (1:Other than communications)
10 RUN command mode (1:Other than communications)
11 Overtorque detection (1:Overtorque detection)
12 Not used
13 Fault retry (1:Fault retry)
14 Fault (1:Fault)
15 Communications time-over: No normal communications for 2s or more (1:Communications time-over detection)


Output Terminal Status (Register 002D HEX)

Bit No. Function
0 Multi-function contact output terminal MA (1:ON)
1 to 15 Not used


Communications Error (Register 003D HEX)

Bit No. Function
0 CRC error (1:Error)
1 Data length error (1:Error)
2 Not used
3 Parity error (1:Error)
4 Overrun error (1:Error) 
5 Framing error (1:Error)
6 Communications time-over (1:Error)
7 to 15 Not used


3G3PV inverter reading Holding Register

Register No. Contents
 
 
 0020H
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Inverter Status
Bit 0 Operation 1:Operating 0:Stopped
Bit 1 Reverse operation 1:Reverse operation 0:Forward operation
Bit 2 Inverter startup complete 1:Completed 2:Not completed
Bit 3 Error 1:Error
Bit 4 Data setting error 1:Error
Bit 5 Multi-function contact output 1 (terminal M1-M2) 1:ON 0:OFF
Bit 6 Multi-function contact output 2 (terminal M3-M4) 1:ON 0:OFF
Bit 7 Not used
Bit 8 to F Not used
 
 
 
 
 0021H
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Error Details
Bit 0 Overcurrent (OC) Ground fault (GF)
Bit 1 Main circuit overvoltage (OV)
Bit 2 Inverter overload (OL2)
Bit 3 Inverter overheat (OH1)(OH2)
Bit 4 Not used
Bit 5 Fuse blown (PUF)
Bit 6 PI feedback reference lost (FbL)
Bit 7 External error (EF, EFO)
Bit 8 Hardware error (CPF)
Bit 9 Motor overload (OL1) or overtorque 1 (OL3) detected
Bit A Not used
Bit B Main circuit undervoltage (UV) detected
Bit C Main circuit undervoltage (UV1), control power supply error (UV2), inrush prevention circuit error (UV3), power loss
Bit D MIssing output phase (LF)
Bit E RS-422A/485 communications error (CE) 
Bit F Operator disconnected (OPR)
 
 
 
 
 002CH
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Inverter Status
Bit 0 Operation 1:Operating
Bit 1 Zero speed 1:Zero Speed
Bit 2 Frequency matching 1:Matched
Bit 3 User defined speed matching 1:Matched
Bit 4 Frequency detection1 1:Output frequency <=L4-01
Bit 5 Frequency detection2 Output frequency >=L4-01
Bit 6 Inverter startup completed 1:Startup completed
Bit 7 Low voltage detection 1:Detected
Bit 8 Baseblock 1:Inverter output baseblock
Bit 9 Frequency reference mode 1:Not communication 0:Communication
Bit A Run commande mode 1:Not communication 0:Communication
Bit B Overtorque detection 1:Detected
Bit C Frequency reference lost 1:Lost
Bit D Retrying error 1:Retrying
Bit E Error (including RS-422A/485 communications timeout) 1:Error occurred
Bit F RS-422A/485 communications timeout 1:Timed out

 
 002DH
 
 
Multi-Function Contact Output Status  
Bit 0 Multi-function contact output 1 (terminal M1-M2) 1:ON 0:OFF
Bit 1 Multi-function contact output 2 (terminal M3-M4) 1:ON 0:OFF
Bit 2 Not used
Bits 3 to F Not used
 002EH- 0030H Not used
 0031H Main circuit DC voltage
 0032H-0037H PI feedback quantity (input equivalent to 100% max. output frequency, 10/1%, without sign)
 0038H PI input quantity (+-100%+-Max output frequency, 10/1%, with sign)
 0039H PI output quantity (+-100%+-Max output frequency, 10/1%, with sign)
 003AH CPU software number
 003BH Flash software number
 003CH Communications error details
 003DH Bit 0 CRC error
Bit 1 Invalid data length
Bit 2 Not used
Bit 3 Parity error
Bit 4 Overrun error
Bit 5 Framing error
Bit 6 Timeout
Bits 7 to F Not used
 003EH KVA setting


3G3PV inverter writing Holding Register

Register No. Content
0000H Reserved
 
 
 
0001H
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Frequency reference
Bit 0 Run/Stop command 1:Run 0:Stop
Bit 1 Forward/Reverse operation 1:Reverse 0:Forward
Bit 2 External error 1:Error (EFO)
Bit 3 Error reset 1:Reset command
Bit 4 ComNet
Bit 5 ComCtrl
Bit 6 Multi-function input command 3
Bit 7 Multi-function input command 4
Bit 8 Multi-function input command 5
Bit 9 Multi-function input command 6
Bit A Multi-function input command 7
Bits B to F Not used
0002H Frequency reference (set units using parameter o1-03)
0003 to 0005H Not used
0006H Not used
0007H Analog output 1 setting (0 V/0 to 11 V/726) to 10V = 660
0008H Analog output 2 setting (0 V/0 to 11 V/726) to 10V = 660
 
0009H
 
 
 
 
 
 
Multi-function contact output setting
Bit 0 Contact output 1 (Terminal M1-M2) 1:ON 0:OFF
Bit 1 Contact output 2 (Terminal M3-M4) 1:ON 0:OFF
Bit 2 Not used
Bits 3 to 5 Not used
Bit 6 Set error contact (Terminal MA-MC) output using bit 7 1:ON 0:OFF
Bit 7 Error contact (Terminal MA-MC) 1:ON 0:OFF
Bits 8 to F Not used
000AH to 000EH Not used




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