Assign an ip address to the kinetix 5500 drive, Assign an ip address to, The kinetix 5500 drive – Rockwell Automation Logix5000 Control Systems: Connect Kinetix 5500 Drives on EtherNet/IP Network Quick Start User Manual
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Prepare the Kinetix 5500 Drive Hardware Chapter 1
Assign an IP Address to the Kinetix 5500 Drive
You can assign an IP address to the Kinetix 5500 drive manually via the drive keypad or dynamically via a DHCP-enabled server. Because this publication describes tasks intended to be completed on a private network, you assign an IP address.
The Kinetix 5500 drive has two status indicators and an LCD status display. The indicators and display are used to monitor the system status, set network parameters, and troubleshoot faults. Four navigation buttons are located directly below the display and are used to select items from a soft menu.
You program network parameters by using the LCD display and navigation buttons.
From the LCD display, select SETUP>NETWORK and choose STATIC IP.
The default network setting is STATIC IP with an IP address of 192.168.1.1.
to configure the following parameters:
Cycle 24V control power.
Settings are stored in nonvolatile memory. IP addressing may also be changed through the Module Configuration dialog box in RSLinx® software. Refer to the Kinetix 5500 Servo Drives User Manual, publication
, for hel p setting the network parameters.
Changes to the IP addressing take effect only after cycling 24V control power.
DC BUS: 0.3V
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Tutorial: How to Set Up IP Address Parameters for the PowerFlex 525
The PowerFlex family of variable frequency drives gives system builders many options to fit both architecture and budget needs. The PowerFlex 525 is part of Allen Bradley’s compact class of AC drives. These drives are modular and are used for stand-alone control applications or for simple control systems.
Of the entrants in the 500 series of compact drives, the 525 offers embedded EtherNet/IP and a modular design that helps in tight spaces and easier installs. The 525 also carries standard safety features and can be programmed via USB. Because it is rated to run in temperatures as high as 158 degrees, the PowerFlex 525 can handle harsh environments. The 525 also has the Safe Torque-Off feature for added safety.
Setting the IP Address Parameters for the 525
There are two ways to set the IP address in the 525. The first is through using the keypad on the unit itself. The second is using the USB connection and programming from a PC or laptop.
Setting the IP Address with the Keypad
Step 1: Access the Keypad – The start point for this procedure is the main speed display. First, press the blue Enter key on the right side of the keypad. After pressing the enter key, press the up arrow on the keypad. After scrolling through several values, you will see an entry that starts with the letter “C” followed by a parameter number.
Step 2: Determining Where the IP Address is Set – Once you have found the “C”, press Enter. Then using the up/down arrows, scroll through to find C128. The C128 value tells you how the IP address is set. It will either be set by “BootP” or by “Parameters”. If the IP address is set by BootP, the value displayed will be a 2. If it is parameters, it will show a 1. Make sure the setting is a 1 for parameters. If necessary, use the up/down arrows to set it to 1. Once you have determined that the IP address is set by the drive parameters, press Enter.
Step 3: Inputting the 1 st IP Address Number – After pressing enter, and with the C128 value set at 1, press escape. press Escape on the left side of the keypad. Use the up down arrows to scroll to C129. C129 will allow you to input the IP address. Once you have located C129, press Enter. You can now use the up/down arrows to scroll to the first number in your IP address. When you have identified the correct number, press Enter. Upon pressing Enter, the first number of the IP address has been entered.
Step 4: Enter the Remaining Number Values for the IP Address – After you have entered the first number, the above procedure is repeated for the remaining three. Press escape, scroll to C130 and enter the second number. Then repeat adding the third number to C131 and the fourth to C132. Remember to press enter after adding each numeric value and then escape, scroll to the next C number, enter and add.
- C129 – 1 st IP number
- C130 – 2 nd IP number
- C131 – 3 rd IP number
- C132 – 4 th IP number
Step 5: Adding the Address for the Subnet Mask – If the drive is on a network, it will be necessary to add the subnet mask so the system can identify the host address from the network address. If you need to add the subnet mask address, follow the steps in Step 4 above but use the following locations:
- C133 – 1 st subnet IP number
- C134 – 2 nd subnet IP number
- C135 – 3 rd subnet IP number
- C136 – 4 th subnet IP number
It is also possible to add the address for another network subnet if you have a gateway network connecting the two. If so, the procedure would continue for the values C137, C138, C139, and C140.
Step 6: Power Down and Restart – Once the IP numbers have been added, power down the unit and restart for the 525 to accept the new address.
Step 7: Setting Drivers – Once the drive has powered up, open your laptop or computer and then open RSLinks. When the window opens, click “Communication” and then select and click “Configure Drivers”. A window for Configure Driver will open and you will then select EtherNet/IP Driver from Available Driver Types. Click on Add New and then click OK. Here you will select your physical network and then click OK again. Click Close and double click on the physical network listed. Here, you will see the IP address that you entered.
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Configuring PTP in Hirschmann Switches for use with Kinetix 5700 Drives
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PTP (Precision Time Protocol) is a procedure described in the IEEE 1588-2008 standard that enables the clocks in the network to be synchronized to a degree of precision of just a few 100 ns. Kinetix5700 drives must be time synchronized with the PLC to ensure commanded position and velocity matches actual position and velocity at a given time. PTP (also called CIP sync) communication is used to do achieve this time synchronization.
This guide is for Hirschmann switches using the HiOS platform such as the OS20/30, RPS, RPSE, etc.
Switches using the Classic OS platform are mostly limited to PTP simple mode which allows the switch to set its internal time using PTP traffic from a master close (such as a PLC), however the switch is unable to forward PTP traffic making it impossible to establish a synchronization between the PLC and Kinetix5700. This applies to RS20/30 switches
PTP Configuration in Hirschmann Switch
This guide will provide the steps to configure 2 ports to be PTP enabled. As a prerequisite this guide will assume the switch has been configured with an IP address and the user has HiView.
Also note that PTP requires all devices to be communicating in full duplex. This can achieved by ensuring that all devices and switch ports are set to auto negotiate or by individually setting all devices and switch ports to full duplex manually. If there is a duplex mismatch, for example the switch port is set to auto negotiate and the Kinetix drive is set to 100/Full, the switch will default to half duplex which will prevent PTP synchronization.
Step 1: Connect to the switch on Port 3 and open the web interface using HiView.
Step 2: Browse the main menu to Time -> PTP -> Global. Set Operation IEEE 1588/PTP to On and set PTP mode to v2-boundary-clock. When complete press the write button at the bottom of the page.
Step 3: Configure PTP port settings. Select the checkbox for PTP enable for each port that requires PTP – this includes the PLC and all Kinetix5700 drives. In the event that the PLC and Kinetix5700 drives are connected to different switches, the ports connecting the switches to each other must also be enabled. The network protocol for all enabled ports needs to be set to UDP/IPv4.
Step 1: Go to Controller Properties -> Date/Time. Select the “Enable Time Synchronization” check box to enable PTP. Then go advanced options and change the Priority 1 and Priority 2 values to 127. Changing the priority value will ensure that the PLC is the time master
Time Synchronization Verification
In the PLC controller properties verify that the PLC is the system time master
Connect to the switch and browse to Time->PTP->Global. Verify that the status “Is Synchronized” is active.
Next browse to Time->PTP->Boundary Clock->Global. Here you should be able to see the Priority 1 and 2 values under Grandmaster match the 127 set in the PLC Date/Time settings. The Grandmaster Identity should be the MAC address of the PLC EN2T card with “ff fe” added between bytes 3 and 4. Also, you should be able to see the Offset to master and Delay to master values – these will update each time the page is refreshed.
Finally browse to Time->PTP->Boundary Clock->Port. This screenshot shows an install where the PLC is connected to port 6 and the drive(s) are connected to port 4. The PTP status for the PLC port will be shown as “slave” as the switch is a PTP slave to the PLC. The drive(s) will be shown as “master” as the switch relays the PTP traffic from the PLC, becoming the master to the drive(s).
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