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Order No.: 2743048
User Manual
Configuring and installing the
INTERBUS Inline product range
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Inline Modular IO automation terminals for the INTERBUS bus system
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Table of Contents
1 Documentation landscape for Inline Modular IO on INTERBUS ..............................................1-1
1.1 INTERBUS .........................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Inline...................................................................................................................1-2
2 Integration of Inline into the INTERBUS system.......................................................................2-1
2.1 The INTERBUS system......................................................................................2-1
2.2 Example topology of an INTERBUS system.......................................................2-2
2.3 Inline, an INTERBUS product group ...................................................................2-5
2.3.1 Features ..............................................................................................2-5
2.3.2 Example of an Inline system ...............................................................2-6
2.3.3 System requirements ..........................................................................2-7
2.3.4 Product description .............................................................................2-8
3 Inline terminals specifically for INTERBUS ..............................................................................3-1
3.1 Bus coupler ........................................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 Terminal with remote bus branch ........................................................3-7
3.1.2 Interface recognition ...........................................................................3-8
3.2 Control terminals ................................................................................................3-9
3.3 Other terminals...................................................................................................3-9
3.4 Typical structure of an Inline station..................................................................3-10
4 Electrical potential and data routing .........................................................................................4-1
4.1 Circuits and provision of supply voltages............................................................4-1
4.1.1 Bus coupler supply .............................................................................4-1
4.1.2 Example of a circuit diagram ...............................................................4-2
4.2 Electrical potential and data routing....................................................................4-4
5 Mounting/removing Inline terminals and connecting cables.....................................................5-1
5.1 Connecting the power supplies ..........................................................................5-1
5.1.1 Bus coupler supply .............................................................................5-1
5.1.2 Notes on supply voltages ....................................................................5-1
5.2 Connecting the bus.............................................................................................5-2
5.3 Connecting I/O devices ......................................................................................5-2
6 Diagnostic and status indicators ..............................................................................................6-1
6.1 Diagnostic indicators on bus couplers ................................................................6-2
6.2 Indicators on terminals with remote bus branch..................................................6-4
6.3 Diagnostic indicators FO1 to FO3.......................................................................6-5
6.4 Indicators on other terminals ..............................................................................6-7
6.5 Error localization.................................................................................................6-7
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7 Configuration, installation, and startup of an Inline system (example)......................................7-1
7.1 Task....................................................................................................................7-2
7.2 Selecting the required I/O terminals....................................................................7-2
7.2.1 Inline station devices ...........................................................................7-2
7.2.2 System limits .......................................................................................7-4
7.3 Selecting accessories.........................................................................................7-7
7.3.1 Power supplies ...................................................................................7-7
7.3.2 Connectors .........................................................................................7-8
7.3.3 End clamps and labeling fields ............................................................7-8
7.3.4 Minimizing interference .......................................................................7-8
7.4 Installing an Inline station....................................................................................7-9
7.5 Connecting the bus coupler..............................................................................7-10
7.6 Checking the installation...................................................................................7-10
7.7 Software configuration for INTERBUS..............................................................7-11
7.8 Addressing .......................................................................................................7-11
7.9 Startup..............................................................................................................7-11
8 Technical data and ordering data ............................................................................................8-1
8.1 INTERBUS system data .....................................................................................8-1
8.2 Technical data for Inline Modular IO on INTERBUS ...........................................8-2
8.3 Ordering data .....................................................................................................8-3
A Examples and tips .................................................................................................................. A-1
A 1 Tips for working with Inline................................................................................. A-1
A 1.1 Configuring a station .......................................................................... A-1
A 1.2 Voltage failure diagnostics ................................................................. A-2
A 2 Voltage concept using the example of a station with an IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC A-3
A 3 Example of a plant ............................................................................................. A-5
A 4 Temperature response of the terminals ............................................................. A-7
A 5 Explanation of abbreviations and symbols......................................................... A-7
B Index....................................................................................................................................... B-1
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1 Documentation landscape for Inline Modular IO on
INTERBUS
The documentation for Inline Modular IO is modular, providing you with the optimum
information for your specific bus system or Inline terminal.
The following documentation is available for the INTERBUS bus system in association with
Inline Modular IO:
1.1 INTERBUS
"General introduction to the INTERBUS system" user manual,
IBS SYS INTRO G4 UM E
This manual provides a general introduction to the INTERBUS system. This includes a
description of the data transmission method and the topology, as well as an overview of the
products.
"Configuring and installing INTERBUS" user manual, IBS SYS PRO INST UM E
This manual contains specifications for the configuration and installation of an INTERBUS
system. It mainly describes the general specifications and the older product lines for use on
INTERBUS (ST, RT, CT, SAB).
"INTERBUS & AUTOMATION - Terms and definitions" reference manual,
IBSTERMRGUME
This manual provides an overview of technical terms and definitions in the field of
INTERBUS & AUTOMATION.
"INTERBUS fiber optic installation guidelines" data sheet,
DB GB IBS SYS FOC ASSEMBLY
This data sheet contains technical data, installation guidelines, and assembly specifications
for fiber optics. In addition, it also contains notes on power measurement and optical
diagnostics, as well as a checklist for complete installation and a fiber optic measured value
protocol.
The documentation can be downloaded at
www.download.phoenixcontact.com.
For a comprehensive list of the documentation, please refer to the ordering data (see
"Ordering data" on page 8-3).
Terminal-specific documentation can be found in the download area for the
corresponding device.
Make sure you always use the latest documentation.
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"INTERBUS addressing" data sheet,
DB GB IBS SYS ADDRESS
This data sheet provides an overview of the addressing options for INTERBUS. In addition,
it includes an overview of the assignment of process data, which is illustrated in the relevant
terminal-specific data sheet, to the various control and computer systems.
1.2 Inline
"Automation terminals of the Inline product range" user manual, IL SYS INST UM E
This manual is the higher-level system manual for Inline and describes the use of
terminals/modules in the Inline product range for all bus systems.
The following topics are covered:
The device properties, which are the same for all bus systems
Notes on the low voltage area
Overview of the Inline product groups
Structure and dimensions of Inline terminals
Electrical potential and data routing
–Mounting and removal
General technical data and ordering data
–Examples and tips
User manuals (system or special terminal)
The IB IL SYS PRO UM E user manual describes Inline Modular IO in association with the
INTERBUS bus system. It provides information about all the bus-specific properties.
The additional user manuals describe a special Inline terminal (e.g., counter terminal,
positioning terminal).
Each manual only describes the relevant terminal-specific special features. As the higher-
level manual, the "IL SYS INST UM E" user manual also applies.
Quick Start Guides
A Quick Start Guide is available for various topics. A Quick Start Guide describes the startup
of a system or a terminal step-by-step using an example (e.g., the Quick Start Guide for
PC WorX describes an example project under INTERBUS).
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Terminal-specific data sheets
The data sheet describes the specific properties of each Inline terminal.
This includes at the very least:
Function description
Local diagnostic and status indicators
Pin assignment/terminal point assignment and connection example
Programming data/configuration data
–Technical data
"Summary of key data for Inline devices" data sheet, DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST
This data sheet is also referred to as a device list.
In addition to terminal-specific data sheets, this data sheet also includes the key data of
every Inline Modular IO device. This includes, for example:
Programming data: ID code, length code, process data channel, I/O address area
–Error messages
Power supply/current consumption
Application notes
Application notes provide additional information about special topics.
In conjunction with INTERBUS Inline terminals, these include, for example:
Package slips
A package slip contains key information for the electrical installation of an Inline terminal or
group of Inline terminals. This includes, for example:
Short description
–Safety notes
– Mounting/removal
Terminal point assignment
Local diagnostic and status indicators
General information about the safety-related
segment circuit
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General information about use in
zone 2 potentially explosive areas
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Information about firmware updates
Device-specific application notes are listed in the device-specific data sheet and are
available in the download area for the relevant device.
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2 Integration of Inline into the INTERBUS system
2.1 The INTERBUS system
INTERBUS is a serial bus system that transmits data between control systems (e.g., PLCs,
PCs, VMEbus computers, robot controllers, etc.) and spatially distributed I/O modules that
are connected to sensors and actuators (operating and display units, drives, etc.).
INTERBUS has a ring structure. The ring structure enables data to be sent and received
simultaneously.
INTERBUS is a single master system, i.e., a master (e.g., controller board, control terminal)
controls all devices of an INTERBUS ring.
From the master, all devices are connected to the bus system. Each device has two
separate lines for data transmission: one for forward data transfer and one for return data
transfer. This eliminates the need for a return line from the last device to the first device,
which is necessary in a simple ring system. The forward and return lines run in one bus
cable. From the installation point of view, INTERBUS has a tree structure, as only one cable
is led from one device to the next.
This user manual is only valid in association with the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
This user manual only describes the special features of an Inline system on INTERBUS.
For bus-neutral properties, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
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2.2 Example topology of an INTERBUS system
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Control technology Control technology from Phoenix Contact offers comprehensive networking options with
INTERBUS. All control systems are suitable for central or distributed use.
Basic tasks of control technology:
Transferring output data to the output modules
Receiving input data from the input modules
Monitoring INTERBUS
Sending error messages to the host system
Indicating diagnostic messages
Controlling the cyclic I/O protocol
IEC 61131 embedded
control systems
Inline Controllers, Remote Field Controllers
Additional tasks:
Compact control system for various performance classes
Programming via PC WorX
Integration into other systems via Ethernet supported
PC-based IEC 61131
control systems
Field Controllers, control panels, multi-functional control systems
Additional tasks:
Control functions
System operation tailored to the application
Graphical user interface for operation and monitoring
Programming via PC WorX or high-level language
Controller boards PC controller boards, PLC controller boards
Additional tasks:
Connecting programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or computer systems
(PC, VMEbus, etc.) to INTERBUS
Master function in the INTERBUS system
Controlling data traffic on the INTERBUS system, independent of the control or
computer system in which it is installed
Bus terminal/bus coupler In the INTERBUS system, the head of an I/O station is referred to as a bus terminal module
(e.g., ST) or bus coupler (e.g., IL) depending on the product group. The term bus coupler is
used in this document, as this manual describes the Inline system.
The first step in creating a modular I/O station is to connect a bus coupler to the INTERBUS
remote bus. I/O modules may be installed branching off from this bus coupler, to create a
local bus.
A bus coupler divides the system into segments, thus enabling individual branches to be
switched off during operation. It also supplies the communications power for the module
electronics of the connected I/O modules.
A bus coupler must be supplied with non-interruptible voltage. This means that the voltage
must not be disconnected at the same time as the subsystem if the entire bus system is to
continue operating. Supply voltage failure at a bus coupler stops the system and results in
an error message for the bus segment.
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Tasks of the bus coupler:
Coupling the remote bus and local bus
Supplying the I/O modules with communications power
Refreshing the data signal (repeater function)
Electrical isolation of the bus segments
Connecting or disconnecting the local bus via firmware
Connecting or disconnecting the outgoing remote bus via firmware
If necessary, indicating errors via a floating alarm output (e.g., buzzer, light signal)
Remote bus The remote bus connects the controller board to the remote bus devices and interconnects
the remote bus devices.
Remote bus devices are bus couplers, specific I/O modules or a mixture of both. Each has
a local power supply and an electrically isolated outgoing INTERBUS segment.
Remote bus branch A remote bus branch branches off the remote bus. A branch is connected to the main line
of the remote bus via a special bus coupler. This bus coupler enables the connection and
disconnection of the branching bus segment.
Local bus A local bus is a bus connection that branches off from a remote bus via a bus coupler and
interconnects the local bus devices. The bus coupler supplies the connected devices with
communications power.
Local bus devices are I/O devices that are used to create a distributed substation in the
control cabinet. The devices are connected to the remote bus via a bus coupler. Branching
is not permitted within the local bus.
The maximum number of local bus devices depends on the bus coupler used.
Bus segment A bus segment consists of a remote bus device and the I/O modules connected to it. The
preceding cable is also part of the segment.
I/O modules I/O modules connect INTERBUS to the sensors and actuators.
For additional information about the INTERBUS topology, please refer to the "General
introduction to the INTERBUS system" user manual (IBS SYS INTRO G4 UM E) and the
"Configuring and installing INTERBUS" user manual (IBS SYS PRO INST UM E).
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2.3 Inline, an INTERBUS product group
2.3.1 Features
Characteristic features of Inline:
Can be easily installed side by side without tools
Open, flexible, and modular structure
Terminals of varying widths can be combined to create a time-saving, compact, and
cost-effective station structure
2-slot terminals:
These terminals enable optimum adaptation to the desired configuration. They enable
a flexible and compact station structure without unnecessary reserve installation
space.
8-slot terminals:
These terminals provide a fast and effective station structure for larger stations.
Functional orientation of the control box or control cabinet
The modular structure makes it possible to assemble standard function blocks in
advance. Parts of the system can be started up independently of one another. This
means that pretests can be carried out when the system is set up and the whole system
can be adapted and extended.
Automatic creation of isolated groups, potential circuits, and data circuits
The amount of costly parallel wiring is reduced
Within a station, potential and data routing can be carried out without additional wiring.
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2.3.2 Example of an Inline system
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Figure 2-2 shows Inline stations for implementing different tasks within a system.
Key:
2.3.3 System requirements
Controller board A controller board with firmware Version 4.40 or later is required to operate the INTERBUS
system. A Generation 4 (G4) controller board must therefore be used that can be operated
with this firmware version.
ILC/FC/RFC Firmware Version 4.4x or later is required to operate an Inline Controller, Field Controller or
Remote Field Controller. A controller that can be operated with this firmware version must
be used.
Software For configuration, parameterization, and visualization of the system, CMD software Version
4.40 or later is available for standard controller boards. PC WorX software Version 1.30 or
later is available for use with a Field Controller or Remote Field Controller.
A Station with terminals in the 24 V DC area
A remote bus branch branches off from this station.
B Station with terminals in the 24 V DC and 230 V AC areas
C Station with terminals in the 24 V DC area
In this station, Fieldline Modular M8 devices are integrated via a branch
terminal.
D Station with safety terminal, power-level terminals, and terminals in the 24 V DC
area
The power-level terminals are protected by an IB IL 24 SAFE 1-PAC safety
terminal.
0 Bus coupler
1Terminal with remote bus branch
2Branch terminal
3 Fieldline Modular M8 devices
4 Safety terminal to ensure that the segment circuit is disconnected safely
5 Power-level terminal
6Emergency stop button
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2.3.4 Product description
Within the Inline product range, automation terminals are available for I/O functions, special
functions, control functions, and power-level terminals.
Automation terminals consist of an electronics base and one or more connectors for
connecting the I/O or power supply. The electronics base can be replaced without removing
a single wire from the connector.
The Inline terminals are connected to INTERBUS via a bus coupler. Up to 63 local bus
devices can be connected to a bus coupler as long as the limit parameters are not exceeded
(see "Number of devices" on page 3-2).
Versions The Inline product range offers terminals for all automation tasks:
Bus couplers for connecting the Inline station to the INTERBUS remote bus. The
remote bus can be connected using copper or fiber optic technology.
Terminals with remote bus branch for opening a remote bus branch. The remote bus
branch can be connected using copper or fiber optic technology.
Supply terminals for supplying the supply voltages and segmenting the station (with
and without fuse)
Input and output terminals for digital and analog signals
Function terminals (e.g., counters, incremental encoders)
Power-level terminals for switching, protecting, and monitoring three-phase standard
motors
Branch terminals for integrating a Fieldline Modular local bus
Control terminals with distributed intelligence
Safety-related terminals
INTERBUS Safety modules
Mounting location Inline terminals (IP20 protection) are designed for use in closed housing. The compact
structure means that most of the Inline terminals can be installed in standard terminal boxes.
Mounting Inline terminals can be snapped onto DIN rails without tools. Potential and data jumpers are
automatically created when the terminals are properly installed.
Bus connection The Inline station is connected to the remote bus via a bus coupler. The bus is controlled by
the Inline station through data routing.
I/O connection The Inline terminals have connectors for 1, 2, 3, and 4-wire sensors or actuators. The wires
are connected using spring-cage technology. For more detailed information, please refer to
the individual sections.
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3 Inline terminals specifically for INTERBUS
The following sections provide an overview of the Inline terminals for INTERBUS. For
specific information about the individual terminals, please refer to the terminal-specific data
sheets and the individual sections in this manual.
3.1 Bus coupler
Figure 3-1 Examples of bus couplers
The bus coupler is available for connecting remote bus cables with copper or fiber optic
technology.
Connecting the remote
bus cables
Various bus couplers can be selected to connect to the INTERBUS remote bus via a copper
connection. The INTERBUS remote bus is then connected via an Inline connector or a
D-SUB connector.
Various bus couplers can be selected to connect to the INTERBUS remote bus via a fiber
optic connection. The INTERBUS remote bus is then connected via an Inline F-SMA
connector or an E2000 Compact fiber optic connector.
Functions A bus coupler is used to amplify signals (repeater function), it divides the system into
segments, and enables the outgoing remote bus and/or the connected station to be
switched on or off during operation.
An Inline bus coupler forms the head of an Inline station. It connects the Inline station to the
INTERBUS remote bus.
An Inline bus coupler provides the communications power UL for the connected devices and
the supply voltage for the connected analog terminals UANA from the supply voltage UBK.
IL IB BK-PAC IBS IL 24 BK-LK/45-PAC
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BA
RC
IBBK
RD
LD
UL
US
UM
UL
BK-LK
BA
RD
RC
LD
5520A202
FO1
FO2
OUT
IN
REMOTE IN
REMOTE OUT
FO1
FO2
OUT
IN
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Number of devices The maximum number of devices that can be connected to a bus coupler is determined by
the following parameters:
1The maximum number of devices in INTERBUS is limited to 512.
2Up to 63 devices can be connected to an Inline bus coupler.
This number includes all the devices after the bus coupler, i.e., the Inline terminals, as
well as the devices that are connected via a branch terminal. The number of devices on
a connected remote bus branch does not affect the number of Inline station devices.
3The maximum current that can be supplied by the bus coupler in the logic area (UL) is
limited (e.g., IL IB BK-PAC: 0.7 A).
4The current carrying capacity of the potential jumpers is limited. For the limit values of
the individual potential jumpers, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
End plate The end plate is supplied as standard with the bus coupler. The end plate terminates an
Inline station and must be placed after the last terminal of the station. It has no electrical
function. It protects the station against ESD pulses and the user against dangerous contact
voltages.
Protection The bus coupler is protected against polarity reversal and surge voltage for the supplied
voltages.
Functional earth
grounding
The terminal is grounded when it is snapped onto the grounded DIN rail via the FE spring
on the bottom of the terminal. This spring is connected to the FE potential jumper and to the
terminal points for an FE connection (see "Required additional functional earth grounding").
Required additional
functional earth
grounding
In addition, connect the bus coupler to functional earth ground via the FE connection to
ensure reliable functional earth grounding of the station even if the FE spring is dirty or
damaged. Connect the terminal points for the FE connection to a grounded PE terminal
(see the IL SYS INST UM E user manual).
Carrying capacity of the
jumper contacts
The maximum current carrying capacity of the jumper contacts on the side is specified in the
IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
Observe the specific values of each terminal when configuring an Inline station.
This information is provided in the relevant terminal-specific data sheet and the
DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST data sheet.
The permissible number of devices that can be connected depends on the specific station
structure. None of the parameters mentioned above may be exceeded.
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Electrical isolation The different potential areas within a bus coupler are shown in the figures below.
Electrical isolation:
Incoming/outgoing
remote bus
The incoming and outgoing remote bus interface potentials are isolated from one another
and from the rest of the station electronics.
Electrical isolation:
FE/FE capacitive
FE and FE capacitive represent two individual isolated groups.
Figure 3-2 to Figure 3-4 show the electrical isolation in the bus coupler. The internal wiring
is not important here. It is shown in the terminal-specific data sheet.
In Figure 3-2 to Figure 3-4, the graphic symbols are not explained because they are not
important for indicating the electrical isolation. For an explanation of the graphic symbols,
please refer to the corresponding data sheet or the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
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Electrical isolation:
Other
Other forms of electrical isolation depend on how the supply voltages are provided.
1The bus coupler supply UBK and the I/O supply UM/US are supplied from separate
power supply units:
Figure 3-2 Electrical isolation in the IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC bus coupler
(separate power supply units)
Potential areas:
5 5 2 0 D 0 2
8
+ 2 4 V ( U M)
+ 2 4 V ( U S)
L o c a l b u s
I N T E R B U S
I N
I N T E R B U S
O U T
UA N A
UL +
UL -
1
2
2
1
3
5 V
2 4 V
5 V
2 4 V
2 4 V
7 , 5 V
7 , 5 V
5 V
O P C
E
F
A B
C D
UB K
( U L / U A N A )
UM / U S
A Area for incoming remote bus
B Area for outgoing remote bus
C Area for functional earth ground (FE) capacitive
D Area for functional earth ground (FE)
E Area for bus coupler supply UBK from which the communications power
UL and the analog terminal supply UANA are generated
F Area for the I/O voltages UM and US
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Electrical isolation can also be achieved if the power supply UM/US is supplied via a power
terminal from a separate power supply unit.
2The bus coupler supply UBK and the I/O supply UM/US are supplied from one power
supply unit:
Figure 3-3 Electrical isolation in the IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC bus coupler (one power
supply unit)
Potential areas:
+ 2 4 V ( U M)
+ 2 4 V ( U S)
L o c a l b u s
I N T E R B U S
I N
I N T E R B U S
O U T
UA N A
UL +
UL -
1
2
2
1
3
5 V
2 4 V
5 V
2 4 V
2 4 V
7 , 5 V
7 , 5 V
5 V
O P C
EA B
C D
UB K
( U L / U A N A )
/ U M / U S
5 5 2 0 C 0 4 9
A Area for incoming remote bus
B Area for outgoing remote bus
C Area for functional earth ground (FE) capacitive
D Area for functional earth ground (FE)
E Area for the bus coupler supply UBK from which the communications
power UL and analog terminal supply UANA are generated not isolated
from the I/O voltages UM and US
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Electrical isolation:
Digital terminal
The isolation of the I/O circuit of a digital terminal from the communications power is only
ensured if UBK and UM/US are provided from separate power supply units.
Electrical isolation:
Analog terminal
The I/O circuit for the analog terminal is supplied from the analog circuit UANA.
The 24 V supply (US, UM) is only looped through the analog terminal and is available again
at the next terminal.
If the supply voltages UBK and UM/US are supplied separately at the bus coupler/power
terminal, the I/O circuit of an analog terminal is electrically isolated from the 24 V voltages
UM and US.
Figure 3-4 Electrical isolation in the bus coupler and analog terminal
5 5 2 0 D 0 3 1
U
M
IB IL A I 2 /S F
L o c a l b u s
I B S I L 2 4 B K - T / U
UL +
UA N A
UL -
O P C
E E P R O M
R E F
2 4 V
+ 5 V
/ + 1 0 V
M U X
µ P
4
U
S
1
2
2
1
3
5 V
2 4 V
5 V
2 4 V
2 4 V
7 , 5 V
7 , 5 V
5 V
O P C
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3.1.1 Terminal with remote bus branch
This terminal can be used to create a remote bus branch from the Inline station. This
enables further segmentation of the system so that, for example, star structures can be
created. This terminal can be used to switch the connected remote bus branch on or off.
A bus coupler is available that enables a remote bus branch to be branched.
The remote bus branch modules do not count as Inline station modules.
Terminals with remote bus branch can only be placed directly after a bus coupler, a control
terminal or another terminal with remote bus branch.
This means that there must be no devices (no terminals with protocol chip/ID code)
between the bus coupler or the control terminal and the terminal with remote bus branch.
Figure 3-5 Terminals with remote bus branch
Observe any restrictions for your bus coupler regarding the terminal with remote bus
branch.
When using a bus coupler with remote bus connections in fiber optic technology, a
terminal with remote bus branch cannot be connected directly after the bus coupler
because a power terminal must be installed directly after a fiber optic bus coupler. Make
sure that the power terminal is not a bus device. IB IL 24 PWR IN-PAC or
IB IL 24 PWR IN/F-PAC terminals can be installed because these terminals do not have
a protocol chip and are therefore not bus devices.
Up to 15 terminals with remote bus branch can be installed within an Inline station.
However, the information provided in the terminal-specific data sheets must be observed,
as, for example, not all bus couplers support this maximum configuration.
IBS IL 24 RB-T-PAC IBS IL 24 RK-LK IBS IL 24 BK RB-LK-PAC
5520C074
5520A203
LD
RB-LK
RB-LK
RD
RC D
FO
OUT
X1
X2
5520A204
UL
RB-LK
BA2
RD2
RC2
LD2
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FO1
FO3
REMOTEIN 1
REMOTEOUT1REMOTEOUT2
OUT
IN
FO2
BA1
RD1
RC1
LD1
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Figure 3-6 Example topology with remote bus branch
3.1.2 Interface recognition
The protocol chip of the bus coupler, control terminal or terminal with remote bus branch
detects whether an additional remote bus device (terminal with remote bus branch) or a
local bus device (e.g., I/O terminal) is installed. The outgoing interface is configured
automatically.
The instructions given in the terminal-specific data sheets must be followed during
configuration.
Incoming
remote bus
Outgoing
remote bus
1
2
D
DO2
1
2
D
DO2
1
2
D
DI8
1
2
1
2
1
2
BA
RC
UL
RD
TR
US
UM
1
2
D
DO8
1
2
1
2
1
2
RC
RD
D
RB-T
LD
Remote bus branch
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1
2
D
DI2
1
2
D
DI2
1
2
D
DI2
1
2
D
DI8
1
2
1
2
1
2
BA
RC
UL
RD
TR
US
UM
1
2
D
DO8
1
2
1
2
1
2
IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC
IBS IL 24 RB-T-PAC
IBS IL 24 BK-T-PAC
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3.2 Control terminals
An Inline Controller is available as a control terminal with distributed intelligence. The Inline
Controller is part of the Remote Field Controller (RFC) group. Using an Inline Controller, the
Inline station becomes a distributed control system. The Inline Controller integrates an
IEC 61131-programmable PLC CPU in the Inline system. The Inline Controller enables
direct signal processing of the distributed I/O points. It also enables the creation of
independent INTERBUS subnetworks, which process automation tasks autonomously.
Figure 3-7 Example of an Inline Controller: ILC 200 IB-PAC
3.3 Other terminals
All available Inline terminals can be connected to INTERBUS bus couplers or control
terminals. For a general overview of the terminals with a function description of the product
groups, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
The following product groups area described:
Bus couplers and terminals with remote bus branch
Power, segment, and accessory terminals
I/O terminals
Power-level terminals
Servo amplifiers
–Safety terminals
Programmable terminals (control terminals)
Branch terminals
For an overview of all the available terminals, please refer to the Phoenix Contact
"AUTOMATION" catalog.
For more detailed information about Inline Controllers, please refer to the
terminal-specific data sheets and user manuals.
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3.4 Typical structure of an Inline station
Figure 3-8 Example station with power-level terminals and 24 V DC terminals
The example Inline station shown in Figure 3-8 consists of the following elements:
1End clamps
2Bus coupler or control terminal
3Power-level terminals
4Terminals for the 24 V DC area (e.g., I/O terminal)
5End plate (end of the station)
5 5 2 0 B 0 8 7
2
4
3
1
1
5
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4 Electrical potential and data routing
4.1 Circuits and provision of supply voltages
There are several circuits within an Inline station. These are automatically created when the
terminals are properly installed. The voltages of the different circuits are supplied to the
connected terminals via potential jumpers.
An example of the circuits within an Inline station is given in "Example of a circuit diagram"
on page 4-2. The descriptions in the following sections refer to this example.
Carrying capacity of the
jumper contacts
For information about the following topics, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user
manual:
The maximum current carrying capacity of all potential jumpers.
Observe the current carrying capacity of the jumper contacts on the side for each
circuit.
The arrangement of the potential jumpers and information about current and voltage
distribution on the potential jumpers.
The connection of the supply voltages.
4.1.1 Bus coupler supply
You must connect the supply voltage UBK (bus coupler supply) to a bus coupler. The
voltages for the logic circuit UL and the supply of the terminals for analog signals UANA are
internally generated from the bus coupler supply (see IL SYS INST UM E).
Which supply voltages can also be supplied at the bus coupler depends on the bus coupler
itself. For additional information, please refer to the terminal-specific data sheets.
For more detailed information, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user manual. This
section contains information that exclusively concerns bus couplers for INTERBUS.
Please refer to the terminal-specific data sheet for the circuit to which the I/O circuit of a
specific terminal is to be connected.
For voltage connection, please also observe the notes in the terminal-specific data
sheets.
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4.1.2 Example of a circuit diagram
Figure 4-1 Potential routing within an Inline station
The illustrated Inline station is a typical example. It shows the supply and provision of
different voltages and their forwarding via potential jumpers. Explanations for this can be
found in the following sections.
IBS IL 24 BK-T/U
IB IL 24 SEG/F
IB IL 24 PWR/IN
IB IL 400
ELR 1-3A
IB IL 24 SEG
24 V
7,5 V
OPC
+
-
U
M1
+
-
+
-
U
S
U
M
INTERBUS
U
L+
U
ANA
U
L-
IN
OUT
INTERBUS
U
BK
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ELR 1-3A
M1
S1.1 S1.2
M2
S2.1 S2.2
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U
S
U
M
U
S
U
M
U
M2
ng
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Main circuit M1/
segment S1.1
The bus coupler supply UBK and the main voltage UM1 are supplied at the bus coupler
(here: IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC).
The communications power UL and the supply voltage for the analog terminals UANA are
generated from the bus coupler supply and led through the entire station.
Electrical isolation between logic and I/O is created through the separate supply of UBK and
UM1.
No terminals are used in segment S1.1.
Segment S1.2 In a segment terminal with fuse, the segment voltage US for segment S1.2 is automatically
tapped from the main voltage UM1. This segment circuit is protected by the internal fuse.
Main circuit M2/
segment S2.1
The supply voltage for the power-level terminals and the subsequent terminals should be
supplied separately. For this, a new power terminal (e.g., IB IL 24 PWR/IN-PAC) is used,
which supplies the supply voltage UM2.
Using a jumper, the segment voltage US for segment S2.1 is tapped from the main voltage
UM2 at this terminal.
Segment S2.2 The segment voltage US is provided at the IB IL 24 SEG-PAC segment terminal via a
switch. Output terminals installed here can therefore be switched externally.
Mx Main circuit (e.g., M1, M2)
Sx,y Segment circuit y in main circuit x (e.g., S2.1, S2.2)
BC Bus coupler in conjunction with a power terminal, if required
UBK Bus coupler supply (supply for bus coupler, generates UANA and UL)
UMMain supply (I/O supply in the main circuit)
USSegment supply (I/O supply in the segment circuit)
UANA I/O supply for analog terminals
ULCommunications power
Local bus Data jumper for the local bus
Ground (GND for the supply voltages UM and US)
Noiseless ground (functional earth ground, FE)
Protective earth ground
IIndicates the interruption of a potential jumper
This segment terminal has been specifically used to create a protected segment
circuit without the need for an additional external fuse. If this is not necessary, the
terminal does not have to be used. In this case, the connection between UM and
US on the bus coupler must be established using a jumper (as shown on the
IB IL 24 PWR/IN-PAC terminal) or a switch (as shown on the IB IL 24 SEG-PAC
terminal).
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Examples of errors and their effects:
1In this example structure, a short circuit in segment S1.2 would not affect the terminals
in other segments. The fuse in the IB IL 24 SEG/F-PAC segment terminal means that
only segment S1.2 is switched off.
2If an error occurred in the system, the terminals in segment S2.2, for example, could be
switched on or off without affecting the terminals in other segments.
4.2 Electrical potential and data routing
As a rule, the potential and data routing for the 24 V voltage area begins at the bus coupler.
For more detailed information, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
Please refer to the circuit diagram of the terminal to see which jumpers are available for a
terminal and how they are internally connected. The circuit diagram is shown in the
terminal-specific data sheet.
The AX SALES software provides support when configuring an Inline station (see also
IL SYS INST UM E user manual).
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5 Mounting/removing Inline terminals and connecting
cables
.
5.1 Connecting the power supplies
To operate an Inline station you must provide the supply voltage for the bus coupler, the
logic of the terminals, and the sensors and actuators.
5.1.1 Bus coupler supply
Depending on the bus coupler, there are various options for supplying supply voltages.
As a rule, the 24 V bus coupler supply UBK must be supplied at a bus coupler.
Some bus couplers also offer the option of supplying all the required 24 V supply voltages
at the bus coupler. In this case, the following supply voltages can be supplied or provided:
24 V bus coupler supply UBK
24 V supply in the main circuit UM
24 V supply in the segment circuit US
If UM and US are not supplied at the bus coupler:
Implement the 24 V supplies in the main circuit UM via a directly connected power
terminal.
The 24 V supplies in the segment circuit US can also be implemented at this power
terminal or an additional segment terminal.
5.1.2 Notes on supply voltages
The bus coupler supplies the module electronics of the connected terminals with
communications power (UL), which is generated from the bus coupler supply voltage
(e.g., UBK). If this supply voltage is disconnected, the bus stops.
As a rule, all the information in the corresponding section of the IL SYS INST UM E user
manual applies. This section contains additional information that applies specifically to
bus couplers for INTERBUS.
Secure each Inline station using an end plate, which is supplied as standard with the bus
coupler, and an end clamp at the start and end of the station.
For more detailed information, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
For information about which voltage is actually supplied at a specific bus coupler, please
refer to the terminal-specific data sheet.
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The supply voltage to the sensors and actuators (UM/US) should be installed and protected
independently of the bus coupler supply (UBK). In this way INTERBUS continues to run even
if some I/O devices are switched off.
5.2 Connecting the bus
The INTERBUS remote bus is connected to a bus coupler. Bus couplers are available for
connecting the remote bus using copper or fiber optic technology.
Remote bus using copper
technology
The bus cables are shielded cables. They are connected via an Inline connector with shield
connection or via a D-SUB connector.
Connection via an Inline connector is the same as the connection of shielded cables via a
shield connector and is described in the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
Connection via a D-SUB connector is described in the terminal-specific data sheet.
Remote bus using fiber
optic technology
The connection is described in the terminal-specific data sheet.
When connecting the fiber optic cables, please observe the IBS SYS FOC ASSEMBLY
fiber optic installation guidelines.
5.3 Connecting I/O devices
To connect the sensors and actuators, proceed as described in the IL SYS INST UM E user
manual.
For the assignment of the connections and terminal points, please refer to the relevant
bus coupler data sheet.
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6 Diagnostic and status indicators
All terminals are equipped with diagnostic and status indicators for quick local error
diagnostics. They enable the clear localization of system errors (bus errors) or peripheral
faults.
Diagnostics The diagnostic indicators (red, yellow or green) provide information about the state of the
terminal and, in the event of an error, provide information about the type and location of the
error. A terminal is operating correctly if all of its green LEDs are on.
Status The status indicators (yellow) indicate the status of the relevant input/output and the
connected device.
Extended diagnostics Some Inline terminals have extended diagnostics. A short circuit or overload of the sensor
supply is indicated for each input. If a short circuit occurs at an output, each channel is
diagnosed individually. Information about the supply voltage is also reported. Information
about peripheral faults is sent to the control system with precise details of the error type and
is displayed using status indicators.
Optical diagnostics For terminals with a fiber optic connection, the quality of the transmission path is determined
and compensated for in limits (optical diagnostics). With this diagnostic function it is
possible to detect a gradual deterioration of the transmission path before transmission
errors occur or transmission is interrupted.
This transmission quality is available as information at the control system. If the system
reserve of -3 dB is reached or exceeded during optical transmission, a warning for the
affected interface is sent to the control system (MAU warning). In addition, information
about the transmission quality is displayed at the terminal where the transmission path
starts (see "Diagnostic indicators FO1 to FO3" on page 6-5).
For information about the diagnostic and status indicators on a specific terminal, please
refer to the terminal-specific data sheet.
Figure 6-1 Indicators on bus couplers (e g ‘ IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC and IBS IL 24 BK-LK- The loHowing slales can be read on bus couplers: 6-2 PHOENIX CONTACT
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6.1 Diagnostic indicators on bus couplers
Figure 6-1 Indicators on bus couplers
(e.g., IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC and IBS IL 24 BK-LK-PAC)
The following states can be read on bus couplers:
1 2
1 1
1 2
1 1
1 2
1 1
1 2
1 1
5 5 2 0 D 0 5 0
U L
U M
U S
B A
R C
R D
L D
U L U S
U M
B K - T / U
13 5 6
27
4
O U T
I N
R E M O T E I N
F O 1
F O 2
1 2
1
2
1
2
B A
R D
R C
L D
B K - L K
U L
8
9
1
2 4
35
BA (1) Green LED Remote bus active
On: Data transmission on INTERBUS
(INTERBUS state: RUN)
Flashing: ID cycle; no data transmission
(INTERBUS state: ACTIVE)
Off: No data transmission
RC (2) Green LED Remote bus connection (remote bus check)
On: Incoming remote bus connection established
Off: Incoming remote bus connection faulty
RD (3) Yellow LED Remote bus disabled
On: Outgoing remote bus interface disabled
Off: Outgoing remote bus interface not disabled
LD (4) Red or
yellow LED
Local bus disabled
On yellow: Local bus disabled
On red: Isolated disconnection of local bus after error
Off: Local bus not disabled
UL (5) Green LED Bus coupler supply/communications power/interface supply
On: Supply present
Off: Supply not present
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Additionally on bus couplers with copper remote bus connections
US (6) Green LED Supply in the segment circuit
On: Supply present in the segment circuit
Off: Supply not present in the segment circuit
UM (7) Green LED Supply in the main circuit
On: Supply present in the main circuit
Off: Supply not present in the main circuit
Additionally on bus couplers with fiber optic remote bus connections
FO1
(8)
Yellow LED Status of the incoming fiber optic path
On: Incoming fiber optic path not OK
or
System reserve reached in controlled operation
Off: Incoming fiber optic path OK or not used
FO2
(9)
Yellow LED Status of the outgoing fiber optic path
On: Outgoing fiber optic path not OK
or
System reserve reached in controlled operation
Off: Outgoing fiber optic path OK or not used
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6.2 Indicators on terminals with remote bus branch
Figure 6-2 Indicators on the IBS IL 24 RB-T-PAC terminal
Diagnostics The following states can be read on terminals with remote bus branch:
5 5 2 0 B 1 1 5
1 2
1
2
1
2
R C
R D L D
D
R B - T
2
3
4
1
D (1) Green LED Diagnostics (INTERBUS state: RUN)
On: INTERBUS active
Flashing:
0.5 Hz:
(slow)
Communications power present, INTERBUS not active
2Hz:
(medium)
Communications power present, INTERBUS active,
peripheral fault
(e.g., fuse has blown, voltage not present)
4Hz:
(fast)
Communications power present,
error at the interface between previous and flashing terminal
(the terminals after the flashing terminal cannot be addressed).
(E.g., loose contact at the bus interface, terminal before the
flashing terminal has failed, another terminal was snapped on
during operation (not permitted))
Off: Communications power not present
RC (2) Green LED Remote bus connection (remote bus check)
On: Incoming remote bus connection established
OFF: Incoming remote bus connection faulty
RD (3) Yellow LED Remote bus branch disabled
On: Branching remote bus interface disabled
Off: Branching remote bus interface not disabled.
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6.3 Diagnostic indicators FO1 to FO3
For terminals with fiber optic connection, diagnostic indicators FO1 to FO3 not only indicate
the interface (incoming (FO1)/outgoing(FO2)/branching(FO3)) at which transmission is not
optimal, but also whether forward or return data transfer is affected.
Example 1
Figure 6-3
The FO2 LED on device 1.0 indicates that the forward path of the outgoing interface is
affected.
Example 2
Figure 6-3
The FO1 LED lights up on device 3.0 if the system reserve has been reached or exceeded
on the return path of the incoming interface.
For the branching interface of an Inline terminal with remote bus branch, the same applies
as for the "standard" outgoing interface. The FO3 LED then indicates that the forward path
of the branching interface is affected.
LD (4) Red or
yellow LED
Local bus disabled
On yellow: Local bus disabled
On red: Isolated disconnection of local bus after error
Off: Local bus not disabled
Additionally on terminals with fiber optic remote bus branch
FO3 Yellow LED Status of the branching fiber optic path
On: Branching fiber optic path not OK
or
System reserve reached in controlled operation
Off: Branching fiber optic path OK or not used
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Figure 6-3 Example of diagnostics using indicators at outgoing interfaces
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R D
R C
L D
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U L
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I N
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F O 2
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R D
R C
L D
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F O 1
F O 2
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R D
R C
L D
B K - L K
U L
O U T
I N
O U T
I N
R E M O T E I N
R E M O T E O U T
F O 1
F O 2
2 4 V D C
R E M O T E I N
R E M O T E O U T
F O 1
F O 2
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O U T
O U T
I N
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I N
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D e v i c e 2 . 0
D e v i c e 3 . 0
IE |:l |:l IE III III III IE IE IE III III IE on on CD 3E1 L‘Ei Ca a Ca CD a f :1 On On on On CD an n F‘ i n (in B CD CD in an i) in CD CD CD ' C‘D , CID Q in in an L‘D (7D an l m cm on CD CD CD CD Ono u ’3 u D Q an (ID Q C On 3D GD {)0 on U i on on on on DD fin u ()D '10 (JD C ”JD (1 )n U do :jn m OD OD Figure 6-4 Example station for error iocaiizaiion Terminals used in ihe example station: 1 IBS |L24 BK-T/U-PAC 4 IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC 2 IB IL 24 DO 8-PAC 5 IB |L24 DI 8-PAC 3 IB |L24 DO 2-2A-PAC 6 |B|L24 DIE-PAC IB IL 24 PWR lN-PAC powerierminais are no: numbered because ihey are not bus devic and ihereiore do noi have indicators for error diagnosiics. When ihe sysiem is operating correciiy, ihe green LEDs on ihe bus coupier and ihe oih ierminals remain Iii (Figure 6-5, deiaii A). 552mm,” PHOEN iX CONTACT
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6.4 Indicators on other terminals
6.5 Error localization
Inline diagnostic and status indicators enable clear error localization. An error is displayed
in the station. In addition, the device on which the error has occurred is indicated to the
control system and can be read using the IBS CMD G4 or PC WorX software.
Figure 6-4 Example station for error localization
Terminals used in the example station:
IB IL 24 PWR IN-PAC power terminals are not numbered because they are not bus devices
and therefore do not have indicators for error diagnostics.
When the system is operating correctly, the green LEDs on the bus coupler and the other
terminals remain lit (Figure 6-5, detail A).
For general information about the indicators on other terminals, please refer to the
IL SYS INST UM E user manual. For specific information about a particular terminal,
please refer to the terminal-specific data sheet.
1 IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC 4 IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
2 IB IL 24 DO 8-PAC 5 IB IL 24 DI 8-PAC
3 IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC 6IB IL 24 DI 2-PAC
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
B A
R C
B K - T / U
R D
L D
U L U S
U M
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
12
D
D O 8
121212
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
U M
P W R I N
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
12
D
D O 2
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
12
D
D O 2
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
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1
2
3
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
12
D
D I 8
121212
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
12
D
D I 2
1 2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
U M
P W R I N
1 2 3456
5 5 2 0 B 0 5 3
Peripheral fault Bus error Figure 6-5 Staiion with diagnosirc indicaiors A No error LED ON LED Hashes ai B Ferrpherai iauii 0.5 Hz 2 Hz 4 Hz 0 Bus error (slow) (medium) (fast) i \ i ’/ O , O , O O ‘ \ (Figure 6-5‘ deiarl B) (Figure 6-5‘ deiarl C) 6-8 PHOENIX CONTACT
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Figure 6-5 shows a station with possible error states. It shows that errors have been
detected at terminal 5 or that terminal 4 has failed, and shows the behavior of the diagnostic
indicators on the adjacent terminals.
Figure 6-5 Station with diagnostic indicators
Peripheral fault (Figure 6-5, detail B)
Bus error (Figure 6-5, detail C)
ANo error LED ON LED flashes at
BPeripheral fault 0.5 Hz 2 Hz 4 Hz
CBus error (slow) (medium) (fast)
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
B A
R C
B K - T / U
R D
L D
U L U S
U M
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
12
D
D O 8
121212
1 2
U M
P W R I N
1 2
12
D
D O 2
1 2
12
D
D O 2
12
D
D I 8
121212
1 2
12
D
D I 2
1 2
U M
P W R I N
12 3 45 6
B
C
A
5 5 2 0 B 0 5 4
Error: Short circuit at terminal 4 (IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC)
Effect:
Control system: Error message to the control system (peripheral fault)
Bus coupler: Indicators remain unchanged
Terminal 4: Green D LED flashes at 2 Hz
Other terminals: Remain unchanged
Error: Bus has been interrupted after terminal 3 and before
terminal 4
Effect:
Control system: Error can be localized by the control system
Bus coupler: Red LD LED (local bus disabled) is ON
Terminal 4: Green D LED flashes at 4 Hz (bus error)
Other terminals: Green D LEDs on all other terminals flash at 0.5 Hz
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7 Configuration, installation, and startup of an Inline
system (example)
This section uses an example project to illustrate the configuration and installation of an
Inline station. It is designed to help you to carry out the following steps on your own project.
The following sequence should generally be observed during configuration, installation, and
startup:
Define and describe the task. Specify the number of signals, the transmission medium,
the distance to be covered, etc.
Select the required I/O terminals. Select suitable power and segment terminals
according to your requirements for electrically isolated areas and the current
consumption of the individual terminals.
Select suitable power supplies.
Mount and install all terminals according to the instructions in the IL SYS INST UM E
user manual.
Switch on the supply voltage of the control or computer system.
Switch on the supply voltages of the Inline station.
The initialization of the bus system now begins.
The AX SALES software provides support when configuring an Inline station (see also
IL SYS INST UM E user manual).
When selecting the terminals, please observe the system limits of Inline and INTERBUS
in general.
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7.1 Task
Example project 1 You want to acquire signals from twelve digital 4-wire sensors each with 50 mA current
consumption at 24 V in one system.
2You want a short-circuit-proof initiator supply, diagnostics via the bus, and easy
operation in the event of an error.
3Your application contains:
4You also want to measure a slowly changing temperature in the range from
0°C to 120°C in two places in your application with 1% accuracy.
5You must switch a 3-phase motor with 1 kW of power.
6Only complete items (...-PAC) may be used.
7.2 Selecting the required I/O terminals
7.2.1 Inline station devices
Select the appropriate Inline terminals for the I/O signals in your project.
You can make your selection using the "AUTOMATION" catalog or the
DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST data sheet.
Task point 1: 12 digital inputs
1Six lamps, each with 0.5 A nominal current using 3-wire connection method.
2Four power contactors, each with 2 A nominal current, and a DC motor with 1.2 A
current consumption, all connected to a 24 V supply voltage. A high degree of
simultaneity can be assumed for the channels.
Requirements met?
Possible terminals 4-wire technology 12 channels
... DI 4/... DI 16 No
... DI 2/... DI 8 Yes 1 x DI 8 and 2 x DI 2
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Task point 2: Initiator supply
Task point 3/1: 6 digital outputs, lamp load of 0.5 A each
Task point 3/2: 5 digital outputs > 0.5 A
Task point 4: 2 channels for temperature measurement
Requirements met?
Possible terminals Short-circuit-
proof
Diagnostics via
INTERBUS
Easy operation
in the event of an
error
... SEG No No
... SEG/F Yes No –
... SEG/F-D Yes Yes No*
*In the event of a short circuit in the segment, you must replace the fuse.
... SEG ELF Yes Yes Yes
In the event of a short circuit in the segment, the terminal can be reset
electronically, which means that the fuses do not have to be replaced during
troubleshooting.
Requirements met?
Possible terminals Load current up
to 0.5 A
Reserve 6 channels
... DO 2-2A No (2 A not
required)
... DO 2/... DO 4 Yes No 1 x DO 4 and
1xDO2
... DO 8/... DO 16 Yes Yes
Requirements met?
Possible terminals Load current
>0.5A
High degree of
simultaneity
5 channels
... DOR 1/W Yes –
... DO 2-2A Yes Yes 3 x DO 2-2A
... DO 8-2A Yes No
... DO 2/4/8/16 No Yes
Requirements met?
Possible terminals Temperature
range
0°C to 120°C
Rate of change 2 channels
... TEMP 2 RTD -200°C to +850°C Low 1 x TEMP 2 RTD
... TEMP 2 UTH > +850°C
(not required)
High
(not required)
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Task point 5: Switch 1 motor up to 1 kW
7.2.2 System limits
When configuring an Inline station, you must take into consideration the system data of
INTERBUS and an Inline station. This system data is listed in Section 8 "Technical data and
ordering data".
Also take into account any restrictions for specific terminals. These are listed in the terminal-
specific data sheets.
If the limit value for the current load is reached at one of the potential jumpers US, UM or
GND, a new power terminal must be used.
If the limit value for the current load is reached at one of the potential jumpers UL or UANA,
a corresponding power terminal must be used or a new Inline station must be created using
a new bus coupler.
Requirements met?
Possible terminals Mechanical/electronic 1 channel
... ELR ... Electronic (not required) Yes
... MLR ... Mechanical Yes
Observe the current consumption of each device at the individual potential jumpers when
configuring an Inline station. This can be found in:
The DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST data sheet
The relevant terminal-specific data sheet
These conditions are taken into consideration in the AX Sales configuration tool and
corresponding power terminals are used.
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Testing the "current consumption" system limit:
Additional power terminals must be used so that the permissible current load of the potential
jumper US is not exceeded. In this case, the number of power terminals to be used depends
on the arrangement of the terminals.
Based on the information regarding the order of the Inline terminals provided in the
IL SYS INST UM E user manual, the order of the listed terminals is as follows, for example:
Table 7-1 Current consumption in the example project
Terminal Number Current consumption at
UL (terminal) UL (total) UANA US (at one
terminal)
US (total)
IB IL 24 DI 8-PAC 1 50 mA 50 mA 8 x 50 mA =
400 mA
0.4 A
IB IL 24 DI 2-PAC 2 35 mA 70 mA 2 x 50 mA =
100 mA
0.2 A
IB IL 24 SEG ELF-PAC 1 30 mA 30 mA
IB IL 24 DO 4-PAC 1 44 mA 44 mA 4 x 0.5 A = 2 A 2 A
IB IL 24 DO 2-PAC 1 33 mA 33 mA 2 x 0.5 A = 1 A 1 A
IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
(4 power contactors with
2A each)
2 35 mA 70 mA 2 x 2 A = 4 A 8 A
IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
(1.2 A DC motor)
1 35 mA 35 mA 1.2 A 1.2 A
IB IL TEMP 2 RTD-PAC 1 43 mA 43 mA 11 mA
IB IL 400 MLR 1-8A 1 50 mA 50 mA 160 mA 0.16 A
Current load 425 mA 11 mA 12.96 A
Permissible current load
of the potential jumper
2 A 0.5 A 8 A
Permissible current load
of the potential jumper
UM of the
IB IL 24 SEG ELF-PAC
terminal
2.5 A at UM
(total current
with US)
IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC
IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
B IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
B IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
B IL 24 DO 4-PAC
B IL 24 DO 2-PAC
IB IL 400 MLR
IB IL 24 SEG-ELF-PAC
IB IL 24 DI 8-PAC
IB IL 24 DI 2-PAC
IB IL 24 DI 2-PAC
IB IL TEMP 2 RTD-PAC
US/UM: 4 A 1.2 A 4 A 2 A 1 A 0.16 A 0.4 A 0.1 A 0.1 A
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If this terminal arrangement is to be maintained, an additional power terminal is required:
In addition to the terminals listed, a bus coupler (IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC) and a power
terminal (e.g., IB IL 24 PWR IN-PAC) are also required.
The structure with an additional power terminal is considered below.
IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC
IB IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
B IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
IB IL 24 PWR IN-PAC
B IL 24 DO 2-2A-PAC
B IL 24 DO 4-PAC
B IL 24 DO 2-PAC
IB IL 400 MLR
IB IL 24 SEG-ELF-PAC
IB IL 24 DI 8-PAC
IB IL 24 DI 2-PAC
IB IL 24 DI 2-PAC
IB IL TEMP 2 RTD-PAC
US/UM:4 A 1.2 A 4 A 2 A 1 A 0.16 A 0.4 A 0.1 A 0.1 A
5.2 7.16 A 0.6 A
Secure each Inline station using an end plate, which is supplied as standard with the bus
coupler, and an end clamp at the start and end of the station.
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7.3 Selecting accessories
7.3.1 Power supplies
The selection of suitable power supplies always depends on the individual system. 24 V DC
power supplies should, however, always meet the following criteria:
Electrical isolation If electrical isolation is required between logic and I/O, you must provide the bus coupler
supply UBK and the I/O supply UM/US from separate power supply units.
If you want to set up various electrically isolated areas within an Inline station, you must use
additional power terminals that are supplied from separate power supply units.
Example project Logic and I/O are to be electrically isolated in an Inline station. They must therefore be
supplied from separate voltage sources.
The logic current consumption of the terminals is 425 mA according to table "Current
consumption in the example project" on page 7-5.
For example, the QUINT PS-1 AC/24DC/3.5 power supply unit would be suitable for this
current consumption.
For the voltage supply in the circuits UM/US via the bus coupler and the power terminal, two
QUINT-PS-1 AC/24DC/10 power supplies would be suitable, for example.
For information about the individual circuits within an Inline station, please refer to the
IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
For additional information about the connection of the various supply voltages, please
refer to Section 5.1, "Connecting the power supplies".
Nominal value: 24 V DC
Ripple: ±5%
Permissible range: 19.2 V to 30 V (ripple included)
A selection of suitable power supply units can be found in the Phoenix Contact
"INTERFACE" catalog.
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7.3.2 Connectors
If you do not order complete modules (PAC items), the Inline terminals will be delivered
without connectors and labeling fields. In this case, order the connectors and labeling fields
as accessories, as per your requirements, according to the data sheet. For example, you
have the option of fitting digital I/O terminals with plain or color-printed connectors. As
complete items are used in the example, the selection of connectors is only considered for
the motor starter terminal.
7.3.3 End clamps and labeling fields
Two end clamps are needed to secure an Inline station on the DIN rail. Mount these on both
sides of the Inline station to keep it from moving from side to side. Depending on the
mounting position, Phoenix Contact recommends CLIPFIX 35-5 end clamps (mounting on
a horizontal DIN rail; snapped on without tools) or E/AL-NS 35 end clamps (mounting on a
vertical DIN rail; secured with screws).
Select a suitable material for labeling the terminals from the "AUTOMATION" catalog.
7.3.4 Minimizing interference
Correct installation and assembly can minimize electromagnetic interference.
Therefore, please observe the grounding and shielding measures described in the
IL SYS INST UM E user manual when installing an Inline station.
Table 7-2 Connectors
Terminal Number Number of
connectors
Note Pcs./Pkt. Number of
packages
required
IB IL 400 MLR 1-8A 1 1 IB IL 400 CN-PWR-IN
(power connector)
11
1 GMVSTBW 2,5 HV/4-ST-7,62 NZIL
(motor circuit connector)
10 1
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7.4 Installing an Inline station
When installing a station, always observe the notes in the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
Example project Figure 7-1 shows the structure of the Inline station for the example project.
Figure 7-1 Typical structure of an Inline station
NOTICE:
Before setting up an Inline station or inserting a terminal, ensure that the entire station is
disconnected from the power. Make sure the entire station is reassembled before
switching the power back on.
Also refer to the terminal-specific data sheets for the individual terminals (e.g., for the
connection of sensors/actuators).
BA
RC
UL
RD
TR
US
UM
1
2
D
DI8
1
2
1
2
1
2
PWR IN
1
2
D
DO2-2A
1
2
D
DO2-2A
1
2
D
DO4
3
4
1
2
D
DO2-2A
1
2
D
DO2
E
SEG-ELF
1
2
D
DI2
1
2
D
DI2
D
2RTD
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R1
LOC
R2
DC DC up: DC D9 DO D D? D7 DO U
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7.5 Connecting the bus coupler
The INTERBUS remote bus and the supply voltages are connected to the bus coupler. The
terminal point assignment is listed in the data sheet for the bus coupler. The following is just
a brief overview.
The incoming remote bus is connected to connector 1.
The outgoing remote bus is connected to connector 2.
Connector 3 is used to supply the bus coupler supply voltage UBK.
Connector 4 provides the contacts for supplying the supply voltage for the main circuit (UM)
and the segment circuit (US).
Figure 7-2 Bus coupler connectors
Safe grounding To ensure reliable grounding of the Inline station, ground the bus coupler via the FE
connection.
Connect the terminal points for the FE connection to a grounded PE terminal
(e.g., USLKG 5 universal ground terminal block, Order No. 0441504).
7.6 Checking the installation
The following points should be checked before the system is switched on or in the event of
an error:
1. Have all system limits been observed?
(See "Technical data and ordering data" on page 8-1)
2. Has the wiring of the power supply/supplies for the bus coupler and all other terminals
been installed correctly? (See terminal-specific data sheets)
3. Are all the sensors and actuators correctly connected to the I/O terminals? (See
terminal-specific data sheets)
If all of these points have been checked, the INTERBUS system power supply can be
switched on.
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7.7 Software configuration for INTERBUS
From the planning phase through to system servicing, our software solutions guide you
through every stage of the value added chain of an automation solution.
The software tools from Phoenix Contact are perfectly designed to work together, have a
modular design, and are based on international standards, which means that even complex
applications can be implemented easily.
Software can be used to perform the following tasks:
Automated planning and configuration of Inline stations:
AX SALES
Planning, configuration, and labeling of Inline stations (terminal strips):
CLIP PROJECT
Network and device configuration:
PC WorX, Config+, AutomationXplorer+, CMD
Application programming:
PC WorX, programming blocks, Steeplechase VLC
System visualization:
Visu+, AX OPC Server
System diagnostics:
Diag+
7.8 Addressing
7.9 Startup
Additional information can be found in the latest "CLIPLINE" and "AUTOMATION"
catalogs or on the Internet at www.phoenixcontact.com.
For general information about addressing, please refer to the "General introduction to the
INTERBUS system" user manual (IBS SYS INTRO G4 UM E).
For information about INTERBUS addressing, please refer to the "INTERBUS
addressing" data sheet (DB GB IBS SYS ADDRESS).
During startup, please refer to the documentation for your controller board and software.
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8 Technical data and ordering data
The technical data does not claim to be complete. Technical modifications reserved.
8.1 INTERBUS system data
The following values are standard values for the preferred mounting position (horizontal
DIN rail). For different values, please refer to the terminal-specific data sheets.
INTERBUS system
Number of I/O points 4096, maximum (firmware Version 4.4x or later)
8192, maximum (firmware Version 4.6x or later)
Number of data words 256, maximum
Transmission speed 500 kbps or 2 Mbps
Transmission reliability CR check (hamming distance: 4)
Protocol IEC 61158
Number of devices
Total number of bus devices 512, maximum
Number of remote bus devices 254, maximum
Number of PCP devices 62, maximum (firmware Version 4.4x or later)
126, maximum (firmware Version 4.6x or later)
Number of remote bus levels 16, maximum
Distances
From the controller board to the last bus coupler 12.8 km, maximum (copper)
80 km, maximum (glass fiber)
From the controller board to the first device 400 m, maximum (copper)
50 m, maximum (polymer fiber)
300 m, maximum (HCS fiber)
3000 m, maximum (glass fiber)
Between two remote bus devices 400 m, maximum (copper)
50 m, maximum (polymer fiber)
300 m, maximum (HCS fiber)
3000 m, maximum (glass fiber)
Between two installation remote bus devices 50 m, maximum (copper)
Between a bus coupler and installation remote bus device 50 m, maximum (copper)
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8.2 Technical data for Inline Modular IO on INTERBUS
For all technical data that generally applies to Inline, please refer to the IL SYS INST UM E
user manual. This section only lists data that applies specifically for use on INTERBUS.
System data
Controller board firmware Version 4.40 or later
CMD software (for standard controller boards) Version 4.40 or later
PC WorX software Version 1.30 or later
Number of devices in an Inline station 63, maximum; see documentation for bus couplers
Maximum current consumption of the Inline terminals See terminal-specific data sheet or DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST data sheet
When configuring an Inline station, observe the power supply through the bus couplers, power terminals, and segment terminals, as well as
the current consumption of each device. This information is provided in the DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST data sheet and in the relevant
terminal-specific data sheet. It can differ depending on the individual terminal. If the maximum current carrying capacity of a potential jumper
is reached, a new power terminal must be used or a new station must be created.
Data transfer
Protocol IEC 61158; INTERBUS 2-wire 500 kbps or 2 Mbps
Transmission speed 500 kbps or 2 Mbps
Transmission Inline data jumpers
Test voltages
Isolating distance Test voltage
Technology for 24 V area (up to 60 V DC)
5 V supply incoming remote bus/
5 V supply outgoing remote bus
500 V AC, 50 Hz, 1 min.
5 V supply incoming remote bus/
7.5 V communications power, 24 V BK supply
500 V AC, 50 Hz, 1 min.
5 V supply incoming remote bus/
24 V main supply, 24 V segment supply
500 V AC, 50 Hz, 1 min.
5 V supply incoming remote bus/
functional earth ground
500 V AC, 50 Hz, 1 min.
5 V supply outgoing remote bus/
7.5 V communications power, 24 V BK supply
500 V AC, 50 Hz, 1 min.
5 V supply outgoing remote bus/
24 V main supply, 24 V segment supply
500 V AC, 50 Hz, 1 min.
5 V supply outgoing remote bus/
functional earth ground
500 V AC, 50 Hz, 1 min.
For additional isolating distances, please refer to the
IL SYS INST UM E user manual
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8.3 Ordering data
Ordering data for Inline terminals, corresponding connectors, and accessories
For the ordering data for the Inline terminals, corresponding connectors, and accessories,
please refer to the corresponding data sheet or the "AUTOMATION" catalog. The catalog is
available in electronic form at www.eshop.phoenixcontact.com.
Ordering data for documentation
Description Type Order No. Pcs./Pkt.
INTERBUS
"General introduction to the INTERBUS system"
user manual
IBS SYS INTRO G4 UM E 2745211 1
"Configuring and installing INTERBUS"
user manual
IBS SYS PRO INST UM E 2743802 1
"INTERBUS & AUTOMATION - Terms and definitions"
user manual
IBS TERM RG UM E 2743695 1
"INTERBUS fiber optic installation guidelines" data sheet DB GB IBS SYS FOC ASSEMBLY 9423439 1
"INTERBUS addressing" data sheet DB GB IBS SYS ADDRESS 9000990 1
Inline
"Automation terminals of the Inline product range" user manual IL SYS INST UM E 2698737 1
"Summary of key data for Inline devices" data sheet DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST
The documentation listed above and all terminal-specific documentation can be
downloaded in the download area for the corresponding Inline terminal at
www.download.phoenixcontact.com.
Make sure you always use the latest documentation.
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A Examples and tips
A 1 Tips for working with Inline
G4 controller boards A controller board with firmware Version 4.40 or later is required to operate the INTERBUS
installation system. A Generation 4 controller board must therefore be used that can be
operated with this firmware version.
Firmware Version 4.4x or later is required to operate a Field Controller or Remote Field
Controller. A controller that can be operated with this firmware version must be used
Safe grounding When grounding, always observe the notes in the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
A 1.1 Configuring a station
When configuring an Inline station, you must observe the limit parameters of an Inline
station in addition to the INTERBUS system parameters. For example, when using the
IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC bus coupler, these limit parameters are:
Maximum of 63 devices
Maximum current consumption at UL = 2 A
Maximum current consumption at UANA = 0.5 A
Maximum current consumption at US and UM (total current) = 8 A
You can configure the station using the DB GB IB IL DEVICE LIST data sheet. This
document is available on the Internet at www.download.phoenixcontact.com.
Another option is to use the "AX Sales" configuration tool from Phoenix Contact. This is also
available on the Internet at www.download.phoenixcontact.com.
Order of the terminals Please observe the information in the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
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A 1.2 Voltage failure diagnostics
There are various ways to diagnose a voltage failure:
PF on the controller board A peripheral fault (PF) on the controller board is triggered by:
The bus coupler if the main or segment voltage on the bus coupler fails
The IB IL PWR IN/F-D-PAC power terminal with diagnostics if the main voltage is not
present
The IB IL SEG/F-D-PAC segment terminal with diagnostics if the segment voltage is not
present
Diagnostics via the bus Power and segment terminals with diagnostics use two additional input data bits. In this way
they offer the option of diagnosing a voltage failure via the bus.
Terminals without
diagnostics via the bus
With power and segment terminals without diagnostics it is not possible to diagnose a
voltage failure via the bus.
With terminals that have an integrated fuse, the error is indicated locally by a red LED on the
affected terminal.
We recommend checking for voltage failure by monitoring the segment voltage with a digital
input (wiring to a DI terminal).
Voltage concept using the example of a station with an IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC
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A 2 Voltage concept using the example of a station
with an IBS IL 24 BK-T/U-PAC
The incoming and outgoing remote bus potentials are isolated from one another and from
the station electronics. The incoming bus interface shield is connected to FE via a Y
capacitor. The outgoing bus interface shield is connected directly to FE.
FE and FE capacitive represent two individual isolated groups.
By providing separate supply options for the communications power and I/O supply, it is
easier to create electrical isolation between the logic and I/O.
The I/O circuit of analog terminals always features electrical isolation for the 24 V bus
coupler supply. The 24 V bus coupler supply is only looped through here and is available
again after the analog terminal.
Electrical isolation between different I/O areas can be created, e.g., by inserting a new 24 V
main supply using a power terminal. During this process the 24 V power supply units on the
low voltage side must not be connected with one another.
Figure A-1 shows the electrical isolation. A connection between GND (-) of the supply
voltage and functional earth ground may only be implemented at one point in the station
(point A). If ground (GND) of the bus coupler supply voltage were also connected to
functional earth ground, electrical isolation would be lost.
Electrically isolated areas within the station in Figure A-1:
1Bus logic of the station
2I/O (outputs)
3I/O (inputs)
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Figure A-1 Creating electrical isolation
In the bus coupler, the power terminal, and the segment terminal, the electronics has a
capacitive connection to FE.
For notes on the electrical isolation of the individual terminals, please refer to Section 3.
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A 3 Example of a plant
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Figure A-2 is a schematic diagram of a plant, which is controlled by a PC.
The Inline station 1 terminals control the removal of material from area 1.
The motor starter (2) is connected directly to the remote bus. This controls a motor, which
moves the conveyor belt.
Inline station 3 controls the press. A motor, which moves the conveyor belt, is controlled
using a power-level terminal within the Inline station. Because this machine poses a
potential risk, it has an integrated safety terminal (IB IL 24 SAFE 1-PAC).
Inline station 4 controls the punching machine. Fieldline Modular devices are connected to
the station. These devices monitor the states of the press. An emergency stop switch is
integrated here.
A motor, which moves the conveyor belt, is controlled using a power-level terminal within
the Inline station.
The next motor for controlling the conveyor belt is connected via a motor starter in the
remote bus.
Inline station 7 controls the removal of material from area 2.
A robot controller (9) is connected to INTERBUS via Inline station 8. An emergency stop
switch is also connected here.
Inline station 10 controls the storage of material in area 3. The motor for controlling the
conveyor belt is connected via a power-level terminal.
FWelding robot
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1, 7, 8 Inline stations
3, 4, 10 Inline stations with power-level terminals
2, 6 Motor starter
5 Fieldline Modular modules
9 Robot controller
Emergency stop switch
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A 4 Temperature response of the terminals
Please note that derating or simultaneity limitations must be taken into consideration
depending on the ambient temperature. Notes on this are provided in the terminal-specific
data sheets. The terms used in the data sheets are explained below:
Power dissipation of the
electronics (PTOT)
The power dissipation of the electronics of a terminal is calculated according to the formula
provided in the terminal-specific data sheet. The calculated value must not exceed the
power dissipation of the housing.
Power dissipation of the
housing (PHOU)
The power dissipation of the housing indicates the maximum power dissipation. The
maximum power dissipation is specified in the terminal-specific data sheet.
In the permissible operating temperature range, the power dissipation of the housing can be
dependent on or independent of the ambient temperature.
If the power dissipation of the housing depends on the ambient temperature, a permissible
working point must be defined.
Permissible working point Depending on the power dissipation of the housing and the power dissipation of the
electronics at a certain current, the maximum temperature at which the terminal can be
operated with this current can be calculated.
Examples Examples for calculating these values can be found in the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
A 5 Explanation of abbreviations and symbols
For an explanation of the abbreviations and symbols used in basic circuit diagrams, please
refer to the IL SYS INST UM E user manual.
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B Index
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Additional functional earth grounding, bus coupler .....3-2
Addressing................................................................7-11
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Bus connection ...........................................................2-8
Bus coupler..........................................................2-3, 3-1
Additional functional earth grounding ....................3-2
Electrical isolation..................................................3-3
Fiber optic technology ...........................................3-7
Functional earth grounding....................................3-2
Interface recognition..............................................3-8
Bus segment...............................................................2-4
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Circuit diagram, example ............................................4-2
Connector ...................................................................2-8
Control terminal...........................................................3-9
Controller board ..........................................................2-3
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Data routing ................................................................4-4
Data transfer ...............................................................8-2
Diagnostic and status indicators .................................6-1
Bus coupler ...........................................................6-2
FO1 to FO3 ...........................................................6-5
Other terminals......................................................6-7
Terminals with remote bus branch.........................6-4
Diagnostics
Extended...............................................................6-1
Optical...................................................................6-1
Voltage failure ...................................................... A-2
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Electronics base..........................................................2-8
End plate.....................................................................3-2
Error
Diagnostics............................................................6-1
Localization ...........................................................6-7
EX ZONE 2 .................................................................1-3
Example project ..........................................................7-9
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Functional earth grounding, bus coupler.....................3-2
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I/O connection.............................................................2-8
I/O modules ................................................................2-4
I/O terminals, selection................................................7-2
Inline
In the INTERBUS installation system ....................2-1
Mounting location..................................................2-8
Product description ...............................................2-8
Terminal versions..................................................2-8
Inline station
Configuration and installation ................................7-1
Example ..............................................................3-10
Interface recognition ...................................................3-8
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Low-level signal terminals
Control terminal.....................................................3-9
Power supply.........................................................4-1
Terminals with remote bus branch.........................3-7
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Optical diagnostics......................................................6-1
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Peripheral fault (PF) ................................................... A-2
Potential routing..........................................................4-4
Power dissipation
Electronics ........................................................... A-7
Housing................................................................ A-7
Working point ....................................................... A-7
Power supply, example project ...................................7-7
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Remote bus.................................................................2-4
Remote bus branch.....................................................2-4
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Safety-related segment circuit.....................................1-3
Software, addressing ................................................7-11
Status indicators
See also Diagnostic and status indicators
System data ................................................................8-2
System requirements ..................................................2-7
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Temperature response............................................... A-7
Terminals with remote bus branch ..............................3-7
In association with IBS IL 24 BK-LK-PAC ..............3-7
Test voltages...............................................................8-2
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Voltage concept ......................................................... A-3
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Working point............................................................. A-7

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