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Ethernet/IP Protocol on Elektronikon ComBox-E

Name

Mark IV : User Guide

Detail

User Guide Ethernet/IP Protocol on Elektronikon ComBox-E

Edition

Serc. Class

Modified from

1102 K/1
PC
Print date

Owner

AII

03
Family

Written by
CTE

Compare

Design checked.

Production checked.

Approved

Replaces

31/03/2006
Date

21/12/2006

Designation

9820 3582 05

Atlas Copco Airpower NV

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Document Information
Edition
0
01
02
03

Date
20/05/2005
19/09/2005
31/03/2006
21/12/2006

Description
Draft update
First release
Protocol update
ES 8 Commands deleted

Author
CTE-PDJ
CTE-PVL
CTE-MP
CTE-PDJ

Turbo commands deleted , Turbo External setpoint deleted , Turbo


Status Changed

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Table of Contents
User Guide for.....................................................................................................................................................................0
Ethernet/IP Protocol on Elektronikon ComBox-E ..............................................................................................................0
1 Preface.........................................................................................................................................................................4
2 The Physical set-up .....................................................................................................................................................4
2.1
Ethernet & the Network ......................................................................................................................................4
2.2
AB CompactLogix ..............................................................................................................................................6
3 Profile definition .........................................................................................................................................................7
3.1
Master Slave concept .......................................................................................................................................7
3.2
Buffer structure ...................................................................................................................................................7
3.3
Header .................................................................................................................................................................7
3.3.1
Master to Slave............................................................................................................................................7
3.3.2
Slave to Master............................................................................................................................................8
3.4
Data Record.........................................................................................................................................................9
3.4.1
Node Address ..............................................................................................................................................9
3.4.2
Ethernet Parameter ID for Data Reading...................................................................................................10
3.4.2.1 Compressor connection .........................................................................................................................10
3.4.2.2 Detailed General Compressor Condition...............................................................................................11
3.4.2.2.1 C.C.M. ............................................................................................................................................12
3.4.2.2.2 Status for Fixed Speed , AQ Fixed Speed , ES002.........................................................................13
3.4.2.2.3 Status for MCC...............................................................................................................................13
3.4.2.2.4 Status for VSD , AQ VSD , PET VSD Booster , ZB VSD............................................................14
3.4.2.2.5 Status for ZH Turbo........................................................................................................................14
3.4.2.2.6 Status for SF (Multi).......................................................................................................................14
3.4.2.2.7 Status for PET Fixed Speed............................................................................................................15
3.4.2.2.8 Status for BD Dryer (Stand alone)..................................................................................................16
3.4.2.2.9 Status for CD Dryer (Stand alone).................................................................................................17
3.4.2.2.10 Status for FD-Fixed Speed & FD-VSD Dryer (Stand alone)........................................................17
3.4.2.2.11 Status for MD-Fixed Speed Dryer (Stand alone)..........................................................................17
3.4.3
Inputs & Outputs .......................................................................................................................................18
3.4.3.1 Analogue Inputs Sensors & Calculated..............................................................................................18
3.4.3.2 ParameterID ..........................................................................................................................................18
3.4.3.2.1 Sensor Inputs ..................................................................................................................................18
3.4.3.2.2 Calculated (virtual) Inputs .............................................................................................................18
3.4.3.3 Status register Interpretation..............................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4 Value register Interpretation ..............................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4.1 Pressure Input .................................................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4.2 Temperature Input ..........................................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4.3 Vibration Input ...............................................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4.4 Level Input .....................................................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4.5 Conductivity Input..........................................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4.6 SPM Input.......................................................................................................................................19
3.4.3.4.7 Current Input ..................................................................................................................................20
3.4.3.4.8 Speed Input.....................................................................................................................................20
3.4.3.5 Digital (Voltage free contacts) Inputs ...................................................................................................21
3.4.3.6 Status register Interpretation..............................................................................................................21
3.4.3.7 Value register Interpretation ..............................................................................................................21
3.4.3.8 Analogue Outputs (Only for Turbo)......................................................................................................22
3.4.3.9 Registers................................................................................................................................................22
3.4.4
Counters ....................................................................................................................................................23
3.4.4.1 Compressor Counters ............................................................................................................................23
3.4.4.1.1 Counters for Fixed Speed ...............................................................................................................25
3.4.4.1.2 Counters for VSD ...........................................................................................................................26
3.4.4.1.3 Counters for ZB VSD .....................................................................................................................27
3.4.4.1.4 Counters AQ Fixed Speed .............................................................................................................28
3.4.4.1.5 Counters for AQ VSD ....................................................................................................................29
3.4.4.1.6 Counters for PET VSD ...................................................................................................................30
3.4.4.1.7 Counters for Turbo .........................................................................................................................31
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3.4.4.1.8 Counters PET Fixed Speed............................................................................................................32


3.4.4.1.9 Counters for SF (Multi) .................................................................................................................33
3.4.4.1.10 Counters for CD Dryer .................................................................................................................34
3.4.4.1.11 Counters for BD dryer (AII).........................................................................................................35
3.4.4.1.12 Counters for FD VSD dryer..........................................................................................................36
3.4.4.1.13 Counters MD dryer.......................................................................................................................37
3.4.4.1.14 Counters for ES002 .....................................................................................................................38
3.4.4.2 Multi Compressor Controller Counters .................................................................................................39
3.4.5
Special.......................................................................................................................................................40
3.4.5.1 VSD motor data.....................................................................................................................................40
3.5
Ethernet/IP parameters for change ....................................................................................................................40
3.5.1
Load/Unload Pressure Band change..........................................................................................................40
3.5.2
VSD Setpoint change ................................................................................................................................40
3.5.3
MCC Pressure Band change......................................................................................................................42
3.5.4
PET L/U Regulation Band Change ...........................................................................................................43
3.5.5
ZH Turbo Regulation Setpoint and Band Change.....................................................................................44
3.6
Ethernet/IP parameters for remote control ........................................................................................................45
3.6.1
Control Commands ...................................................................................................................................45
3.6.1.1 Compressor Control Mode Selection ....................................................................................................45
3.6.1.2 Compressor Commands ........................................................................................................................47
3.6.2
VSD external setpoint/speed control ......................................................................................................49
3.6.3
Reset Initial Settings (Analogue , Digital , Counter Inputs)......................................................................49

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1 Preface
This document describes Atlas Copcos Elektronikon MkIV Ethernet Profile that is used by the ComBox-E
communication processor.
This document gives an overview of the components that are required to setup and ComBox-E
In order to fully understand this document, the following information should be available:
Technical note : 9820 3585 00 How to setup a CAN network
Airmonitor Installation requirements
9820 4082 02 - 2
Ethernet IP_Setup Wizard UserGuide
9820 4082 10

The Physical set-up

2.1

Ethernet & the Network

In the Elektronikon MkIV system all compressors in an installation can be connected by a data and/or control network.
This is done according the Compressor Network Cabling Instruction (9820 3585 00). This instruction explains what
connectors and cables should be used to interconnect the different compressors/controllers in the network. Basically this
is a CAN-based local network.
In order to setup a Ethernet connection to one or several of the compressors in this network, a special module has to be
inserted in this network.
Elektronikon
Controller

..
CAN

ComBox-E

Ethernet/IP
PLC

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An example of our testcase

Ethernet/IP-Netwerk

CAN-Netwerk

Ethernet/IP-Netwerk

CAN-Netwerk

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2.2

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

AB CompactLogix

2.2.1 L35E CompactLogix Controller

For testing we used the L35E CompactLogic Controller.

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3 Profile definition
3.1

Master Slave concept

The profile is based upon the master-slave principle. This means all communication is initiated by the master and a
reply is generated by the slave (ComBox-E).

3.2

Buffer structure

The Profile can be used for buffers with different length. (Type of PLC)
The buffer is split into 2 parts :
header : 3 DINT
data section : n * data record (3 DINT)

Attention : not all functions allow more then 1 data record to be transferred. Basically read operations can be handled
for several data records in 1 cycle, while write operations are only valid for a single data record at a time.

3.3

Header

The header is a 3 DINT value. The interpretation is different for Master->slave and Slave->Master communication.
3.3.1

Sync

Master to Slave

Function

#-parameters

Synch. or Synchronisation bits can be used to synchronise master requests and slave answers. The slave will always
reflect the same bit sequence in its answer (see Slave to Master header). This way an old answer can be distinguished
from a new one.
Functions that are supported for master to slave
Value
0
1
3

Function (Master-> Slave


No task
Request Parameter Value (read)
Alter Parameter Value (write)
Note : only 1 parameter can be writing in 1 cycle, #
parameters must be 1

# parameters : number of data records in the message

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Slave to Master

The header is split into 3 areas.


Sync

Function

Error-code

The following functions are supported for slave to master:


Value
0
2
7

Function (Master-> Slave


No task, or no data yet
Transmit Parameter Value (s)
Task not possible

Synch. or Synchronisation bits will be set identical to the bits from the master-slave request.
Error Code :
Error Code
0
1
2
3
4

Explanation
No Error
Can Initializing
Function is not correct
Number of data records for reprogramming is not correct
(only one data record)
Too many parameters

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Data Record

Each data record 3 DINT long contains the following info:

Node ID

3.4.1

Parameter ID

Data Value

Node Address : 1 DINT, CAN address of slave to connect to


Parameter ID : 1 DINT, ID of the parameter to read/write , ( the Ethernet addresses in this manual are
decimal !!!!)
Data : 1DINT, containing actual data
Node Address

This is the Elektronikon MkIV CAN address : 1 to 30 (31 only used for default factory setting, should not be used in
network).
If there is no data error
byte1

byte2

byte3

byte4

byte3

byte4

Node ID
If there is a data error
byte1

byte2

Node ID

DataError :

DataError
1 error on the data

Parameter ID : shows the parameter thats being requested


Data value :

shows the data off the parameter when DataError is 0


Returns the nature of the error when DataError is 1
Value
1
2
3
4
5

Function
Node ID not found
Parameter not found
Command does not exist
Data is not valid
Can link is offline

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3.4.2.1

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Ethernet Parameter ID for Data Reading


Compressor connection

Function to be used : Read 01


NodeAddress
DINT
7F

Parameter ID
DINT
0000

Parameter
Compressor Connection

Data 4 Bytes
DINT
Compressors Connection
Bit
0
1
.
29

Compressor with Node ID 1 is found


Compressor with Node ID 2 is found
Compressor with Node ID 30 is found

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Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Detailed General Compressor Condition

NodeAddress
DINT

Parameter ID
DINT
0400
0401
0402

Parameter
General status

AV4000 Status

CCM
(Compressor Controller Mode)

CMS
(Compressor Mechanical State)

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
CS
CCM
CS_MCC
AV4000
STATUS
BOV actual
IGV actual
position [%]
position [%]

Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

B3
B4
CMS
Not Used
GENERAL STATUS
Surge Nr (S) [ 9999 ]

Pre Warning
General Warning
General Shutdown-Warning
General Shutdown
General Service
General Start Failure
Emergency Stop
Manual/Automatic (COS1)
Local/Remote
Timer Not Active/Active
Pre-warning Service Running Hours
Pre-warning Service Accumulated M3
Shutdown to surge
Oil heater On
Oil Pump On
Manual valve control active
Opening IGV limited due to high motor current
Regulation Type (0 = constant pressure / 1 = auto-dual)
Idling Timer (0 = disabled / 1 = enabled)

CCM2a
CCM2b
CCM2e
CCM3a
CCM3b
CCM3e
CCM4a
CCM4b
CCM4c (Speed control )
CCM4d (MCC)
CCM4e
No Valid Data
Stopped
Unloaded
Loaded

00
10
40
01
11
41
02
12
22
32
42
00
01
02
04

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C.C.M.
2

Local Control (Keyboard)


This mode has 3 variants
2a
local pressure control
2b
External Load/Unload control (Pressure Switch)
2e
4-20 mA external speed control

Remote Control (Digital)


This mode has 3 variants
3a
local pressure control
3b
External Load/Unload control (Pressure Switch)
3e
4-20 mA external speed control

Remote Control (Communication remote)


This mode has 5 variants
4a
local pressure control
4b
remote setpoint control (Control over CAN)
4c
remote speed control (Control over CAN)
4d
MCC control
4e
4-20 mA external speed control

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3.4.2.2.2

3.4.2.2.3

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Status for Fixed Speed , AQ Fixed Speed , ES002

STATE
name

STATE
Number

A
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
P
Q
R
S
T
V

1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
22

Description

Compressor Off
Motor Stopped
Motor Stopped
Automatically Unloaded
Automatically Unloaded
Automatically Loaded
Manually Unloaded
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Shutdown
Compressor is Starting
Compressor is Starting
Compressor is Starting
Manually Unloaded
Unload due to overpressure
Initializing

Status for MCC

STATE
name

STATE
Number

A
B
C
D

1
2
3
4

Description

Ready for Start


Central Control Regulating
Central Control Stopped
Start Impossible

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3.4.2.2.4

3.4.2.2.5

3.4.2.2.6

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Status for VSD , AQ VSD , PET VSD Booster , ZB VSD

STATE
name

STATE
Number

A
C
D
E
F
G
I
J
K
L
N
P
Q
V

1
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
14
16
17
22

Description

Compressor Off
Motor Stopped
Motor Stopped
Motor Started
Automatically Unloaded
Automatically Speed Control
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Motor Stopped
Shutdown
Compressor is Starting
Programmed Stop
Initializing

Status for ZH Turbo


STATE
name

STATE
Number

A
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N
P
Q
R
S
U
V
X
Y
Z

1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
16
17
18
19
21
22
24
25
26

Description

Compressor Off
Motor Stopped
Motor Stopped
Motor Started
Automatically Unloaded
Automatically Speed Control
Manually Unloaded
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Shutdown
Compressor is Starting
Programmed Stop
Compressor is Starting
Manually Unloaded
Automatic Unload due to Surge
Initializing
Minimum Load
Full Load
Minimum Minimum Load

Status for SF (Multi)


STATE
name

STATE
Number

A
G
V

1
3
22

Description

Compressor Off
Compressor Running
Initializing

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Status for PET Fixed Speed

STATE
name

STATE
Number

A
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
P
Q
R
S
T
V

1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
22

Description

Compressor Off
Motor Stopped
Motor Stopped
Automatically Unloaded
Automatically Unloaded
Automatically loaded 100%
Manually Unloaded
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Programmed Stop
Shutdown
Compressor is Starting
Compressor is Starting
Compressor is Starting
Manually Unloaded
Unload due to overpressure
Initializing

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Status for BD Dryer (Stand alone)


STATE
name

STATE
Number

A
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
N
V2
V
X

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
-

Description

Stopped
Shifting
Pressure relief
Start blower
Heating Seq 1 (main on, regulating on)
Heating Seq 1 (main on, regulating off)
Heating Seq 1 (main off, regulating off)
Cooling 1: blower on
Cooling 2: blower off
Heating Seq 2 (main on, regulating on)
Heating Seq 2 (main on, regulating off)
Heating Seq 2 (main off, regulating off)
Cooling 3: cooling air valve open
Pressure equalisation
Split Flow Cool / Split Flow Ads
Waiting
Shifting
Pressure relief
Start blower
Heating Seq 1 (main on, regulating on)
Heating Seq 1 (main on, regulating off)
Heating Seq 1 (main off, regulating off)
Cooling 1: blower on
Cooling 2: blower off
Heating Seq 2 (main on, regulating on)
Heating Seq 2 (main on, regulating off)
Heating Seq 2 (main off, regulating off)
Cooling 3: cooling air valve open
Pressure equalisation
Split Flow Cool / Split Flow Ads
Waiting
Shutdown
Recovering from power failure
INIT
Can be one of the states: A1B15

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3.4.2.2.9

3.4.2.2.10

3.4.2.2.11

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Status for CD Dryer (Stand alone)


STATE
name

STATE
Number

Description

A
A0
A1
A2
B0
B1
B2
W
V

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Dryer off
Exhaust vessel A / Shifting
Regenerating vessel A
Pressurizing vessel A
Exhaust vessel B / Shifting
Regenerating vessel B
Pressurizing vessel B
Purge saving
Power on, checking auto restart conditions
(ARAVF)

Status for FD-Fixed Speed & FD-VSD Dryer (Stand alone)


STATE
name

STATE
Number

Description

A
C
E
G
N
P

1
3
5
7
14
16

22

Dryer off
Dryer stopped
Dryer starting
Dryer running
Dryer shutdown
Checking permissive start condition(s) (Dryer
Starting)
Power on, checking auto restart conditions
(ARAVF)

Status for MD-Fixed Speed Dryer (Stand alone)


STATE
name

STATE
Number

Description

A
N
V

1
14
22

Dryer off
Dryer shutdown
Power on, checking auto restart conditions
(ARAVF)

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Inputs & Outputs

3.4.3.1
Analogue Inputs Sensors & Calculated
The Elektronikon MkIV supports up to 55 analogue sensor inputs and 10 additional analogue calculated (virtual) inputs.
Each input has a value and a status register assigned.
The contents of these registers depend on the actual type of sensor that is connected. This can be different for every type
of compressor. E.g. standard compressors may have 1 to 4 pressure inputs, 1 to 10 temperature inputs, up to 7 SPM
inputs, Also, features and options may increment the number of sensors that are actually installed on your
compressor.
Before using the Ethernet/IP system it is therefore required to find out what sensors are really connected to your
compressors. This can e.g. be done with the FDP program. This program has a function that lists the sensors +
Ethernet/IP (use Profibus) registers for a selected compressor type (including features and options).
Once the list of sensors is known, the contents of the registers can be interpreted as described below.
3.4.3.2
ParameterID
3.4.3.2.1
Sensor Inputs
Function to be used : Read 01
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
0000
0001
..
0053
0054

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
Analogue Input 1 Value
Analogue Input 2 Value

B4
W2
Analogue Input 1 Status
Analogue Input 2 Status

Analogue Input 54 Value


Analogue Input 55 Value

Analogue Input 54 Status


Analogue Input 55 Status

B3

3.4.3.2.2
Calculated (virtual) Inputs
Function to be used : Read 01
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
0055
..
0064

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
Analogue Input 56 Value

B4
W2
Analogue Input 56 Status

Analogue Input 65 Value

Analogue Input 65 Status

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Status register Interpretation


Byte 3 (B3)
= 00
Byte 4 (B4)
= Input Status

The Input Status must be interpreted as Binary data (bit coded).


Each part ( bit ) of the data ( byte ) is indicating a specific item that applies on the Input function. In the following table,
an overview is given of all bits together with the corresponding meaning and interpretation.
Function
Description

Bit 7
Input
Set/Not Set

Bit 6
Sensor
Error

Bit 5
Permissive
Start

Bit 4
Service

Bit 3
Shutdown

Bit 2
Shutdown
Warning

Bit 1
Warning

Bit 0
PreWarning

Bit 1
Bit 0

Set
Not Set

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

3.4.3.4

Value register Interpretation

This depends on the type of inputs.


3.4.3.4.1
Pressure Input
The Pressure Input Value is a 2 byte integer, and contains the actual reading in mbar (0.001 bar)
For negative values, standard 2-complement notation is used.
Example:

Value = 7040 decimal or 0x1B80 hexadecimal = 7.040 bar.


Value = -1000 decimal (2-complement) or 0xFC18 = -1.000 bar

For sensor error the value the value 32767 or 7FFF (hex) is returned.
On some high pressure compressors (with working pressures above 30 bar) a special Pressure Input can be defined that
returns data in cBar (0.01 bar) in stead of mBar.
3.4.3.4.2
Temperature Input
The Temperature Input Value is a 2 byte integer, and contains the actual reading in 0.1C
For negative values, standard 2-complement notation is used.
Example:

Value = 855 decimal or 0x0357 hexadecimal = 85.5 C


Value = -250 decimal (2-complement) or 0xFF06 = -25.0 C

For sensor error the value the value 32767 or 7FFF (hex) is returned.
3.4.3.4.3
Vibration Input
The Vibration Input Value is a 2 byte integer, and contains the actual reading in 0.01m
For sensor error the value the value 32767 or 7FFF (hex) is returned.
3.4.3.4.4
Level Input
The Level Input Value is a 2 byte integer, and contains the actual reading in 0.1mm
For sensor error the value the value 32767 or 7FFF (hex) is returned.
3.4.3.4.5
Conductivity Input
The Conductivity Value is a 2 byte integer, and contains the actual reading in 1 S/cm
For sensor error the value the value 32767 or 7FFF (hex) is returned.
3.4.3.4.6
SPM Input
The SPM Input Value is a 2 byte register that must be seen as 2 x 1 byte.
Byte 1 : carpet value (in dB)
Byte 2 : peak value (in dB)
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Value = 0x1120 = > carpet value = 0x11, peak value = 0x20

For sensor error the value the value 0X7FFF (hex) is returned.
SPM values cannot be negative
3.4.3.4.7
Current Input
The Current Input Value is a 2 byte integer, and contains the actual reading in 0.1 A
For sensor error the value the value 32767 or 7FFF (hex) is returned.
3.4.3.4.8
Speed Input
The Speed Input Value is a 2 byte integer, and contains the actual reading in 1 rpm
For sensor error the value the value 32767 or 7FFF (hex) is returned.

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3.4.3.5
Digital (Voltage free contacts) Inputs
The Elektronikon MkIV supports up to 18 digital (voltage free) inputs. Each input has a value and a status register
assigned.
The contents of these registers is for digital inputs always the same, if the input is used. Before using the Ethernet/IP
system it is therefore required to find out what inputs are used on your compressors. This can e.g. be done with the FDP
program. This program has a function that lists the digital inputs + Profibus (Ethernet/IP has the same registers)
registers for a selected compressor type (including features and options).
Once the list of inputs is known, the contents of the registers can be interpreted as described below.
Function to be used : Read 01
NodeAddress
DINT

3.4.3.6

ParametersID
DINT

Data 4 Bytes
B1

0200
0201
..
0220

B2
W1
Digital Input 1 Value
Digital Input 2 Value

B4
W2
Digital Input 1 Status
Digital Input 2 Status

Digital Input 21 Value

Digital Input 21 Status

B3

Status register Interpretation


Byte 3 (B3)
Byte 4 (B4)

= 00
= Input Status

The Input Status must be interpreted as Binary data.


Each part ( bit ) of the data ( byte ) is indicating a specific item that applies on the Input function. In the following table,
an overview is given of all bits together with the corresponding meaning and interpretation.

Function
Description

Bit 7
Input
Set/Not Set

Bit 6
Sensor
Error

Bit 5
Permissive
Start

Bit 4
Service

Bit 3
Shutdown

Bit 2
Shutdown
Warning

Bit 1
Warning

Bit 0
PreWarning

Value 1
Value 0

Set
Not Set

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

Not used
Not used

Active
Not Active

Active
Not Active

3.4.3.7

Value register Interpretation


Value: 00
Digital input is Open
Value: 01
Digital input is Closed

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Analogue Outputs (Only for Turbo)

The Elektronikon MkIV supports up to 2 analogue outputs.


3.4.3.9

Registers

Function to be used : Read 01


NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
0700
0701

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0
0

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B4
W2
Analogue Output 1 -Value
Analogue Output 2 -Value

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Counters

3.4.4.1
Compressor Counters
The Elektronikon MkIV supports up to 33 counters (32-bit counters). Each input as 2 x 16bit value register assigned,
to allow a 32-bit value to be read.
Not all types of compressors use all types of counters. The list in this chapter provides an overview of the used counters
/ compressor type, and the units that are used
Function to be used : Read 01
Node Address
ParametersID
DINT
DINT
0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313
0314
..
0332

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
B3
B4
W1
W2
Running Hours
Loaded Hours
Motor Starts
Module Hours
Accumulated Volume
Load cycle
VSD 1-20% RPM
VSD 20-40% RPM
VSD 40-60% RPM
VSD 60-80% RPM
VSD 80-100% RPM
Not yet used
50 % loaded hours
Load relay 2
Counter application Specific

..
Counter application Specific

yes, if VSD has unloading cycle (e.g. Z-VSD)


Interpretation of data in the registers
Example Running Hours
Running Hours B4 B5 B6 B7
00 2C 93 45 2921285 sec 811 hrs
An Example to calculate the VSD %Counters
Running Hours

65 s

1 - 20%

41 s

20 - 40 %

13 s

40 - 60 %

3 s

60 - 80 %

1 s

80 - 100 %

7 s

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41 s

20 - 40 %

13 s --> 13*100/65 = 20

--> 20% (round off downwards if the value is lower then xx,50 else round

40 - 60 %

3 s

--> 3*100/65 = 4,61

--> 5%

60 - 80 %

1s

-->

1*100/65 = 1,53

--> 2%

80 - 100 %

7s

-->

7*100/65 = 10,76

--> 11%

off upwards)

---------40 %
100 % - 40 % = 60%

1-20%

41 s

60%

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Counters for Fixed Speed

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

Description
Running Hours
Loaded Hours
Motor Starts
Module Hours

Unit
s
s
Number
s

Load Relay

Number

0314

Description
Dryer Low Load Warnings

Unit
Number

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

Motor Rotations
Malfunctions Pres/Temp
Malfunctions Fail Pulse
Regreasing Actions

Number
Number
Number
Number

ParameterID

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

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3.4.4.1.2

Counters for VSD

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

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Description
Running Hours

Unit
s

Motor Starts
Module Hours
Accumulated Volume

Number
S
1000m3

VSD
VSD
VSD
VSD
VSD

1-20 % RPM
20-40 % RPM
40-60 % RPM
60-80 % RPM
80-100 % RPM

%
%
%
%
%

0314

Description
Dryer Low Load Warnings

Unit
Number

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

Motor Rotations
Malfunctions Pres/Temp
Malfunctions Fail Pulse
Regreasing Actions

Number
Number
Number
Number

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Counters for ZB VSD

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

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0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

Description
Running Hours

Unit
s

Motor Starts
Module Hours
Accumulated Volume

Number
S
1000m3

VSD 1-20 % RPM


VSD 20-40 % RPM
VSD 40-60 % RPM
VSD 60-80 % RPM
VSD 80-100 % RPM
Accumulated Volume Tout > 60C

Description

%
%
%
%
%

Unit

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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3.4.4.1.4

Counters AQ Fixed Speed

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

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0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

Description
Running Hours
Loaded Hours
Motor Starts
Module Hours

Unit
s
s
Number
s

Load Relay

Number

Description
Drain Time
Fill Time

Unit
s
s

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3.4.4.1.5

Counters for AQ VSD

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

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0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

Description
Running Hours

Unit
s

Motor Starts
Module Hours
Accumulated Volume

Number
S
1000m3

VSD
VSD
VSD
VSD
VSD

1-20 % RPM
20-40 % RPM
40-60 % RPM
60-80 % RPM
80-100 % RPM

%
%
%
%
%

Description
Drain Time
Fill Time

Unit
s
s

Motor Rotations
Malfunctions Pres/Temp
Malfunctions Fail Pulse
Regreasing Actions

Number
Number
Number
Number

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3.4.4.1.6

Counters for PET VSD

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

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0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

Description
Running Hours

Unit
s

Motor Starts
Module Hours
Accumulated Volume

Number
S
1000m3

VSD
VSD
VSD
VSD
VSD

1-20 % RPM
20-40 % RPM
40-60 % RPM
60-80 % RPM
80-100 % RPM

Description

%
%
%
%
%

Unit

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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3.4.4.1.7

Counters for Turbo

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

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0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

Description
Running Hours
Loaded Hours
Motor Starts
Module Hours

Unit
s
s
Number
s

Load Relay

Number

Description

Unit

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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3.4.4.1.8

Counters PET Fixed Speed

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

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0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

Description
Running Hours
Loaded Hours
Motor Starts
Module Hours

Unit
s
s
Number
s

Load Relay

Number

50 % loaded hours
Load relay 2

s
Number

Description

Unit

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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3.4.4.1.9

Counters for SF (Multi)

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

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0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

Description
Running Hours

Module Hours

Description
Running Hours Element 1
Running Hours Element 2
Running Hours Element 3
Running Hours Element 4
Motor Starts Element 1
Motor Starts Element 2
Motor Starts Element 3
Motor Starts Element 4
Shutdowns Element 1
Shutdowns Element 2
Shutdowns Element 3
Shutdowns Element 4

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Units
s

Unit
S
S
S
S
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number

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Counters for CD Dryer

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

Description
Running Hours

Module Hours

Description

Units
s

Unit

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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3.4.4.1.11

Counters for BD dryer (AII)

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

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0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

Description
Running Hours

Module Hours

Description
Actual State Time
Programmed State Time
Actual Half Cycle Time
Programmed Half Cycle Time

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Unit
s

Unit
s
s
s
s

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Counters for FD VSD dryer

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

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0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

Description
Running Hours

Unit
s

Motor Starts
Module Hours

Number
s

Description

Unit

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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Counters MD dryer

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

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Description

Unit

Loaded Hours

Module Hours

Description
Dryer Low Load Warnings

Unit
Number

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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Counters for ES002

ParameterID

F
I
X
E
D

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0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313

ParameterID

Description
Running Hours
Loaded Hours
Motor Starts
Module Hours

Unit
s
s
Number
s

Load Relay

Number

Description

Unit

0314

S
P
E
C
I
F
I
C

0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332

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3.4.4.2
Multi Compressor Controller Counters
The Elektronikon MkIV contains 4 counters (32-bit counters) to perform the MCC load balancing between up to 4
compressors. Each such counter as 2 x 16bit value register assigned, to allow a 32-bit value to be read.
Only units where the MCC master function is active contain real data for this registers.
Function to be used : Read 01
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
0500
0501
0502
0503

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
B3
W1
Compressor 1 counter
Compressor 2 counter
Compressor 3 counter
Compressor 4 counter

B4
W2

Units
s
s
s
s

Data interpretation is the same as for the other counters

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Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Special

3.4.5.1
VSD motor data
The Elektronikon MkIV on VSD units contains some important data about the motor speed.This data can be read over
the modbus system.
Function to be used : Read 01
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
800
801
802
803

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)

B3

B4

W2
Required motor speed
Actual motor speed motor 1
Actual motor speed motor 2
Actual motor speed motor 3

Units
rpm
rpm
rpm
rpm

Each register contains a 16-bit value that is directly readable as the equivalent rpm.

3.5
3.5.1

Ethernet/IP parameters for change


Load/Unload Pressure Band change

It is possible to change the operating pressure band inside the Elektronikon MkIV, or to switch between the two
available pressure bands. These registers are only valid for Load/Unload compressors
Functions to be used :
For reading : Read 01
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03

NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
1060
1061
1062
1063
1064

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)

B3

B4
W2
Pressure Band Selection
Loading pressure band 1
Unloading Pressure band 1
Loading pressure band 2
Unloading Pressure band 2

Pressure Band Selection : 1 = band 1, 2 = band 2


Attention : when writing values the following relations should be maintained :
Loading pressure < unloading pressure (per band)
Loading pressure should not be below the minimum setting that was factory defined.
Unloading pressure should not be above the maximum setting that was factory defined.
Values not fulfilling this will be refused.
3.5.2

VSD Setpoint change

It is possible to change the operating set point inside the Elektronikon MkIV, or to switch between the two available
pressure set points. These registers are only valid for VSD compressors
Functions to be used :
For reading : Read 01
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03
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NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
1050
1051
1052

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)

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B3

B4

W2
Setpoint Selection
Setpoint 1
Setpoint 2

Setpoint Selection : 1 = Setpoint 1, 2 = Setpoint 2


The set point must be within the limits that are factory defined for your machine type.
Values not fulfilling this will be refused by the MKIV.

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3.5.3

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

MCC Pressure Band change

In Elektronikons where the MCC master function is active it is possible to change the operating pressure band for this
master, or to switch between the two available pressure bands.
Functions to be used :
For reading : Read 01
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
1080
1081
1082
1083
1084

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used)

B3

B4
W2
MCC Pressure Band Selection
MCC Loading pressure band 1
MCC Unloading Pressure band 1

MCC Loading pressure band 2


MCC Unloading Pressure band 2

Pressure Band Selection : 0 = band 1, 1 = band 2


Attention : when writing values the following relations should be maintained :
Loading pressure < unloading pressure (per band)
Values not fulfilling this will be refused by the MKIV.

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Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

PET L/U Regulation Band Change

Functions to be used :
For reading : Read 01
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
1090
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1099

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used)

B3

B4
W2
Pressure Band Selection
Regulation Method
100 % Loading Pressure band1
50 % Loading Pressure band1
100 % Unloading Pressure band1
50 % Unloading Pressure band1
100 % Loading Pressure band2
50 % Loading Pressure band2
100 % Unloading Pressure band2
50 % Unloading Pressure band2

Pressure Band Selection : 1 = band 1, 2 = band 2


Regulation Method :

1
2
3

0 - 100 %
0 - 50 %
0 50 100 %

The values must be within the limits that are factory defined for your machine type.
Values not fulfilling this will be refused by the MKIV.

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Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

ZH Turbo Regulation Setpoint and Band Change

Functions to be used :
For reading : Read 01
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
1110
1111
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used
0000 (Not Used

B3

B4
W2

Setpoint selection
Setpoint 1
Load offset 1
Unload offset1
Setpoint 1
Load offset 1
Unload offset1

Setpoint Selection : 1 = Setpoint 1, 2 = Setpoint 2


The values must be within the limits that are factory defined for your machine type.
Values not fulfilling this will be refused by the MKIV.

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3.6.1

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Ethernet/IP parameters for remote control


Control Commands

3.6.1.1
Compressor Control Mode Selection
The Elektronikon MkIV has a number of control modes that define the behaviour of a compressor in relation to external
inputs (pressure reading, start/stop commands,).
Each mode has a main type (= number 1 to 4), and a sub-type (a,b,c,..). The number of sub-types is different for each
main type.
When Ethernet/IP has to be used to control a compressor the main type ust be set to 4 (=remote control over
communication line). This has to be done through the display, select LAN Control. By default the compressor will
then enter the 4a mode.
Through Profibus it is now possible to activate the other sub-types.
Functions to be used :
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03
NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
2001

ParametersID
DINT

Value to write
1
2
3

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
00
00
Description
Switch from 4a or 4c to 4b
Switch from 4b or 4c to 4a
Switch from 4a or 4b to 4c

B3
00

B4
Value

Accepted in mode
4a 4c
4b
4a 4b

Note
Mode 4a : remote control of start/stop but pressure control is done by the controller
Mode 4b : remote control of start/stop and pressure control is done from remote (Supervisory control) (also for VSD
setpoint control and Turbo)
Mode 4c : remote control of start/stop with external speed (only vsd) speed control)

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Fixed Speed
VSD
VSD Throttle Valve
AQ Fixed Speed
AQ VSD
ZH Turbo
PET Fixed Speed
PET VSD
WCO Fixed Speed
WCO VSD
SF (Multi)
BD Dryer (AII)
FD VSD Dryer
MD Dryer
ES002

Fixed Speed
VSD
VSD Throttle Valve
AQ Fixed Speed
AQ VSD
ZH Turbo
PET Fixed Speed
PET VSD
WCO Fixed Speed
WCO VSD
SF (Multi)
BD Dryer (AII)
FD VSD Dryer
MD Dryer
ES002

Switch from 4a to 4b
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Switch from 4b to 4a
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Switch from 4a to 4c

Switch from 4c to 4a

X
X

X
X

Switch from 4b to 4c
Fixed Speed
VSD
VSD Throttle Valve
AQ Fixed Speed
AQ VSD
ZH Turbo
PET Fixed Speed
PET VSD
WCO Fixed Speed
WCO VSD
SF (Multi)
BD Dryer (AII)
FD VSD Dryer
MD Dryer
ES002

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Switch from 4c to 4b

X
X

X
X

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3.6.1.2
Compressor Commands
The commands that are described here are only available in the defined Compressor Control Modes.
Carefully consult the control concept of the compressors before using them.
Functions to be used :
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03
NodeAddress
DINT

ParameterID
2000

ParameterID
DINT

Value to write
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

2003

1
2

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
00
00

B3

Command
Start
Stop
Load
Unload
MCC Start System
MCC Stop System
MCC Local
50 % Load (PET L/U Booster)
Not used
Start water-cooling pump (PET L/U or VSD
Booster + PETPACK functionality is active)
Stop water-cooling pump (PET L/U or VSD
Booster + PETPACK functionality is active)
Reset Shutdown
Reset Start Failures

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B4

00

Value

Accepted in mode
4a / 4b
4a / 4b
4a / 4b
4b ( in 4a = Manual unload )
4a / 4d
4d
4d
4b
4b
4b
In all Modes
In all Modes

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Fixed Speed
VSD
VSD Throttle Valve
AQ Fixed Speed
AQ VSD
ZH Turbo
PET Fixed Speed
PET VSD
WCO Fixed Speed
WCO VSD
SF (Multi)
BD Dryer (AII)
FD VSD Dryer
MD Dryer
ES002

Start Command
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

Stop Command
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

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Load Command
X

Unload Command
X

X
X

X
X

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3.6.2

Ethernet Protocol for ComBox-E

VSD external setpoint/speed control

On VSD units extended external control is possible whereby either the main motor speed of the pressure set point is
directly controlled from remote over Profibus.
This can be done with the following Profibus parameters.
Functions to be used :
For reading : Read 01
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03

NodeAddress
DINT

ParametersID
DINT
1070
1071

3.6.3

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1
B2
W1
0000 (Not Used)
0000 (Not Used)

B3

B4
W2

External Setpoint
External Speed

Reset Initial Settings (Analogue , Digital , Counter Inputs)

Functions to be used :
For writing :Command or reprogramming 03

NodeAddress
DINT
Existing Node

ParametersI
D
DINT
2100

Data 4 Bytes (DINT)


B1

B2

W1
0000 (Not Used)

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B3

B4

W2
0000 (Not Used)

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