FS-8700-113 – Profibus X30 DP Slave Driver

FieldServer Driver – Fieldbus

FS-8700-113

Profibus X30 DP Slave Driver

 

Description

The FieldServer Profibus X30 DP Slave driver can be used to emulate a single slave station on a Profibus network.  DP Masters can open a connection of up to 244 Bytes of Input and 244 Bytes of Output data, but not exceeding a combined total of 416 Bytes to the FieldServer.  The FieldServer can be added to the Profibus network with the use of the supplied GSD file for the ANYBUSä card.  Connection to the Profibus network is via a DB9 port on the ANYBUSä card.

 

Fieldserver Mode Nodes Comments
Server 1 The FieldServer can only emulate one Profibus DP Slave station

 

Formal Driver Type

Fieldbus

Server Only

 

Compatibility Matrix

FieldServer Model Compatible with this driver
FS-x2010 No
FS-x2011 No
FS-x40 No
FS-B3512 Yes

 

Connection Information

Connection type: Proprietary
Baud Rates: 9.6k,  19.2k,  93.75k,  187.5k,  500k,  1.5M,  3M,  6M,  12M   bit/s
Hardware interface: Anybus-S Profibus DP


Proprietary Physical Interfaces Supported

Fieldserver Model Adapter Model # Vendor Physical Medium
FS-B3512 Anybus-S Profibus DP HMS Networks Twisted pair

 

Devices tested

Device Tested (FACTORY, SITE)
SST-5136-PFB-ISA FieldServer Technologies

 

Connection configurations

 

Connection Notes

Recommended cable is shielded copper cable.

 

Communications functions – Supported functions at a glance:

Data Types Supported

FieldServer Data Type Description (or Device Data Type)
2-byte Integer ( Signed and Unsigned ) Buffer arranged as WORDS
8-bit Byte Buffer arranged as BYTES
4-byte Float Buffer arranged as FLOATS
Bit Buffer arranged as BYTES

 

Data Operations supported

FieldServer as a Profibus Slave
Accept Output Buffer Data from a Profibus DP Master
Provide Input Buffer Data to a Profibus DP Master

 

Unsupported Functions and Data Types

Function Reason
Programming messages FieldServer is a data transfer device, and as such, programming messages are not required
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