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DeviceNetTM Option Card
CM053, CM056, CM057, CM058
! This document applies to the Yaskawa GPD515/G5, F7, G7 and P7 drives.
! Unpack the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) and verify that all components are present and undamaged. Check the EPROM label
to verify that the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) card is the correct card for the drive.
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G5 CM053
Option Board Number
46S03318-001x
EPROM Label Designation
VST80007x
Qty.
1
F7 CM056
46S03318-002x
VST80003x
1
G7 CM057
46S03318-003x
VST80004x
1
P7 CM058
46S03318-004x
VST80005x
1
DeviceNet Option (CM05x) Installation Guide (IG.AFD.14)
1
! Connect power to the drive and verify that the drive functions correctly. This includes running the drive from the operator keypad. Refer to the appropriate drive technical
manual for information on connecting and operating the drive.
! Remove power from the drive and wait for the charge lamp to be completely extinguished. Wait at least five additional minutes for the drive to be completely discharged.
Measure the DC BUS voltage and verify that it is at a safe level.
! Remove the operator keypad and drive cover.
# Remove the operator keypad and loosen any screws on the front of the terminal
cover. Simultaneously pushing the locking tabs on the bottom right and left sides of
the terminal cover inward, pull the bottom edge of the terminal cover outward.
# Loosen any screws on the front of the control cover. Simultaneously pushing the
locking tabs on the bottom right and left sides of the control cover inward, pull the
bottom edge of the control cover outward. The drive control card should be visible.
# Remove the option card hold-down on the left side of the drive case by carefully
compressing the top and bottom until it becomes free of its holder. Lift it out.
! Mount the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) on the drive.
# Align the J1 connector on the back of the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) with its
mating 2CN connector on the drive control card.
# Align the three standoffs on the front of the drive control board with the three holes
on the right side of the DeviceNet Option (CM05x).
# Press the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) firmly onto the drive 2CN connector and
standoffs until the J1 connector is fully seated on 2CN and the drive standoffs have
locked into their appropriate holes.
# Replace the option card hold down.
# Connect the ground wire from the ground terminal E on the option card to a ground
terminal on the terminal assembly.
! Apply power to the drive and verify that the drive functions correctly.
! Connect to the DeviceNet network as shown in the figure to the right.
Terminal Name Wire Color
Description
1
V- Black
Communication GND
2 CAN_L Blue
CAN Data Low
3 Shield Bare
Cable Shield
4 CAN_H White
CAN Data High
5 V+ Red
Communications +24Vdc
Mounting the DeviceNet Option on an F7 drive
Yaskawa Electric America, Inc – www.drives.com
IG.AFD.14, Page 1 of 4
Date: 07/01/04, Rev: 04-07




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! Set the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) Baud Rate
Set the Baud Rate for the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) to the network baud rate by setting DIP switches 1 an 2 as shown in the figure to the right. The baud rate must match
the baud rate of the DeviceNet master (PC/PLC/Scanner) in order for the connection to function properly.
! Set the DeviceNet Option (CM05x) MAC ID
Set the MAC ID of DeviceNet Option (CM05x) by setting DIP switches 3 through 8 as shown in the table below. Each device on the network must have a unique MAC ID,
typically between 3 and 62. Addresses 0 and 1 are usually reserved for DeviceNet masters, address 2 for diagnostic/monitoring equipment and address 63 for vendor specific
functions in some systems. Check the network schematic to verify the MAC ID setting.
MAC ID
wSwww.0d0at0a1sh0e2e0t34u0.4co0m5 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
3 00000000000000000000000000000000
4 00000000000000001111111111111111
5 00000000111111110000000011111111
6 00001111000011110000111100001111
7 00110011001100110011001100110011
8 01010101010101010101010101010101
MAC ID
Sw 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
3 11111111111111111111111111111111
4 00000000000000001111111111111111
5 00000000111111110000000011111111
6 00001111000011110000111100001111
7 00110011001100110011001100110011
8 01010101010101010101010101010101
Sw Baud Rate
125kbps 250kbps 500kbps
10 0 1
20 1 0
N/A
1
1
Sw State
Function
9 0 Always Set to 0
1 Reserved
Master Idle Operation
Sw State
Function
10 0 EF0 Disabled
1 EF0 Enabled
A DeviceNet master is placed in “idle”
mode if it remains connected but stops
communicating. Sw 10 setting determines
the drive response to a master in “idle”
mode.
! Verify LED Status
Refer to the table on the following page for a complete listing of LED states.
LED Color
MS Green
MS Red
MS Green
NS Green
NS Red
LED Power-Up Sequence
Condition
On for 0.25 sec
On for 0.25 sec
On for 0.25 sec
On for 0.25 sec
On for 0.25 sec
LED normal operation Status
LED Condition
MS Green
NS Flash Green (No Communication)
Green (Communicating)
! Remove power from the drive and wait for the charge lamp to be completely
extinguished. Wait at least five additional minutes for the drive to be completely
discharged. Measure the DC BUS voltage and verify that it is at a safe level.
! Reinstall all drive covers and the operator keypad. Apply power to the drive.
! Set parameters b1-01 and b1-02 to their appropriate values. Refer to the table to
the right for available b1-01 and b1-02 values.
Param
Function
b1-01
Reference
Selection
Operation
b1-02 Method
Selection
Data +/- Limits - Description
0 Digital Operator
1 Terminals
2 Serial Communication
3 Option PCB (DeviceNet Option)
4 Pulse Input (F7 and G7 Only)
0 Digital Operator
1 Terminals
2 Serial Communication
3 Option PCB (DeviceNet Option)
Dflt
1
1
Yaskawa Electric America, Inc – www.drives.com
IG.AFD.14, Page 2 of 4
Date: 07/01/04, Rev: 04-07


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Description (CM053 - CM058) Option Card
Maker Yaskawa
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