Canopen Cabling And Connector Pin Assignment Led

DescriptionThis series of profile specifies the CANopen interface of power drive systems. It is suitable for drive and motion controllers. It specifies several operating modes for frequency inverters, servocontrollers, and stepper motors. The series of profile is split in several parts: Part 1: General definitions, Part 2: Operation modes and application data, Part 3: PDO mapping, Part 4: Safety functionality, Part 5: PDO mapping superset. Part 2 specifies the basic drive and additional application functional elements as definedThis series of profile specifies the CANopen interface of power drive systems. It is suitable for drive and motion controllers. It specifies several operating modes for frequency inverters, servo-controllers, and stepper motors. The series of profile is split in several parts: Part 1: General definitions, Part 2: Operation modes and application data, Part 3: PDO mapping, Part 4: Safety functionality, Part 5: PDO mapping superset, Part 6: CANopen FD PDO mapping. Part 2 specifies the basic drive and additional application functional elements as defined in IEC 61800-7-201. This includes the specification of drive operation modes and application data for such power drive systems as frequency converters, servo controllers, or stepper motor controllers. It includes the definition of real-time control objects as well as of configuration, adjustment, identification and network management objects. There is also defined the PDS finite state automaton (FSA), which may be controlled externally by a control device communicating via a communication system to the drive device. in IEC 61800-7-201. This includes the specification of drive operation modes and application data for such power drive systems as frequency converters, servo controllers, or stepper motor controllers. It includes the definition of real-time control objects as well as of configuration, adjustment, identification and network management objects. There is also defined the PDS finite state automaton (FSA), which may be controlled externally by a control device communicating via a communication system to the drive device.

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The profile specifies the use of CANopen networks on construction machineries by introducing the virtual control architecture. The latter integrates the interfaces to the (diesel) engine control system, the drivers’ desk, the sensor control system, the transmission control system, the fleet management control system, and the implement (superstructure) control system. CiA 436-1 specifies the integration network with the interfaces to the mentioned sub-systems. For each sub-system a separate application profile is specified (CiA 415 for sensor control) or is in development within further sub-parts of the CiA 436.

The idea for an integration network came from the rail industries. Unfortunately, the construction industries do not use such integration networks yet. Instead, normally the main controller is connected to all the networks. The currently valid CiA 436-1 version 1.1.0 is available since June 2010. The sub-network for sensor control systems is specified in CiA 415. Other CiA 436 parts specifying further sub-networks are in development.

Interested parties are invited to participate in development of further sub-systems.

The general physical layer definitions for CANopen devices (see CiA 301) apply. Compliant devices support bit-rates of 125 kbit/s, 250 kbit/s, and further (optional). The 7-pin connector and the 5-pin micro-style (M12) connector with CiA 303-1 pinning are recommended for the CANopen network connection. An additionally defined application-specific 8-pin round connector does not comply with CiA 303-1. CANopen devices implementing this profile support the CANopen status and error LED (see CiA 303-3).

It is recommended that the CANopen NMT master functionality resides on the device interfacing with the drivers’ desk control system. Other systems provide CANopen NMT slave functionality. The node-ID assignment is manufacturer-specific. For node-ID assignment via CAN (e. g. for IP67-rated devices) the CANopen layer setting services (LSS, see CiA 305) may be used. The heartbeat functionality is used for error control. Additionally to the reaction on a communication error and an internal device error, the reaction on a sub-network failure is configurable. The object 1000h indicates the type of the CANopen device and its functionality e.g. the generic construction machinery controller or the interface to a certain sub-system. This profile provides no PDO definitions, no special redundancy concepts, and no special mechanisms for safety-related data communication. If such functionalities are required, the definitions given in the corresponding documents (respectively CiA 301, CiA 302-6, and EN 50325-5) apply. The general device parameters contain the information about the used machine (type, manufacturer, serial number etc.), fleet management, superstructure (type and serial number), date and time as well as the operating hours.

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CiA 301 version 4.2.0CANopen application layer and communication profile

DescriptionThis specification specifies the CANopen application layer. This includes the data types, encoding rules and object dictionary objects as well as the CANopen communication services and protocols. In addition, this specification specifies the CANopen network management services and protocols. This specification specifies the CANopen communication profile, e.g. the physical layer, the predefined communication object identifier connection set, and the content of the Emergency, Timestamp, and Sync communication objects.

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CiA 415 version 2.2.0CANopen application profile for sensor systems – In road construction and earth moving machines

DescriptionThe CANopen sensor system application profile for road construction and earth moving machines specifies the communication interface for sensors as well as the sensor control unit. The profile is suitable for a broad range of machine types (e.g. paver, compactor, grader, dozer, mill, heater and truck). NOTE: The first version of this profile has been jointly developed with the OSYRIS (Open System for Road Information Support) consortium (www.osyris.org) and the European Asphalt Pavement Association (EAPA).

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CiA 303-1 version 1.9.0Recommendation - Part 1: Cabling and connector pin assignment

DescriptionThis document provides device and network design recommendations for CANopen physical layer. Additionally, it provides the guidelines for selecting cables and connectors for use in CANopen systems.

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CiA 303-3 version 1.4.0Recommendation - Part 3: Indicator specification

DescriptionThis recommendation describes the communication-related indicators. Additional application- related indicators are either described in the appropriate device profile or are manufacturer- specific.

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CiA 305 version 3.0.0CANopen layer setting services (LSS) and protocols

DescriptionThis document specifies the layer setting services (LSS) and protocols for CANopen. These services and protocols are used to inquire or to change the settings of three parameters of the physical layer, data link layer, and application layer on a CANopen device with LSS slave capability by a CANopen device with LSS master capability via the CAN network. The following parameters may be inquired or changed: Node-ID of the CANopen device, bit timing parameters of the physical layer (bit rate), LSS address compliant to the identity object (1018h).

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CiA 436-1 version 1.1.0CANopen application profile for construction machineries – Part 1: General definitions

DescriptionThis application profile provides general definition as well as recommendations for using CANopen control networks on construction machineries. In addition, this application profile introduces the virtual control architecture on construction machineries, integrating the engine control system, the drivers’ desk, the sensor control system, the transmission control system, the fleet management control system as well as the control system for the superstructure respectively implement.

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