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Key Features

  • Isochronous produce and consume of cyclic data (SCP_Sync)
  • UC channel for transmission and reception of non-SIII-Ethernet-frames (SCP_NRTPC)
  • Diagnostic Trace Buffers (GDP DiagT)

Supported Protocols

  • SIP - SercosinternetProtocol
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Technical Data

FeatureDescription

Max. number of cyclic input data (Tx) of all slaves

254 bytes (including Connection Control and IO Status)

Max. number of cyclic output data (Rx) of all slaves

254 bytes (including Connection Control and IO Control)

Maximum number of cyclic input data

(Tx) of all slaves

128 bytes (including Connection Control and IO Status)

Maximum number of cyclic output

data (Rx) of all slaves

 128 bytes (including Connection Control and IO Control)

Maximum number of slave devices

Use Case A: 1
Use Case C: 8

Maximum number of applicable SERCOS addresses

1 … 511

Minimum cycle time

250 µs (if maximum number of cyclic produced data (Tx) of all slaves is <= 64 bytes, and maximum number of cyclic consumed data (Rx) of all slaves is <= 64 bytes)

Topology

Line and ring

Communication phases

NRT, CP0, CP1, CP2, CP3, CP4

Acyclic Communication (Service Channel)

Read/Write/Standard Commands

Baud rate

100 MBit/s

Data transport layer

Ethernet II, IEEE 802.3

Supported SERCOS III version

Communication Specification Version 1.1.2

Supported SERCOS Communication Profiles

SCP_FixCFG Version 1.1.1

SCP_VarCFG Version 1.1.1

SCP_VarCFG Version 1.1.3

Supported User SCP Profiles

SCP_WD Version 1.1.1

SCP_Diag Version 1.1.1

SCP_RTB Version 1.1.1

SCP_Mux Version 1.1.1

SCP_Sig 1.1.1

Supported FSP profiles

FSP_IO

FSP_Drive

SCP Sync support

yes

SCP_NRTPC support

yes

S/IP supportyes

Identification LED feature supported

yes

Storage location of object dictionary

mixed mode

Configuration

Configuration is done by:

  • configuration packets to the stack
  • or by using SYCON.net configuration database - Use Case C only.

Diagnostic

The Firmware supports diagnosis through the "Diagnostic Number" (S-0-0390) and the "diagnostic trace buffers" (S-0-1303.0.10).

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