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  • Operating Instructions

    IF2030/ENETIP

  • MICRO-EPSILON MESSTECHNIK GmbH & Co. KG Koenigbacher Str. 15

    94496 Ortenburg / Germany

    Tel. +49 (0) 8542/168-0 Fax +49 (0) 8542/168-90 email [email protected] www.micro-epsilon.com

    Interface Module

  • IF2030/PNET

    Contents

    1. Safety ........................................................................................................................................ 5 1.1 Symbols Used ................................................................................................................................................. 5 1.2 Warnings .......................................................................................................................................................... 5 1.3 Notes on CE Marking ...................................................................................................................................... 6 1.4 Intended Use ................................................................................................................................................... 6 1.5 Proper Environment ......................................................................................................................................... 6

    2. Functional Principle, Technical Data ...................................................................................... 7 2.1 Functional Principle ........................................................................................................................................ 7 2.2 Technical Data ................................................................................................................................................. 7

    3. Delivery .................................................................................................................................... 9 3.1 Unpacking, Included in Delivery ..................................................................................................................... 9 3.2 Download ......................................................................................................................................................... 9 3.3 Storage ........................................................................................................................................................... 9

    4. Installation and Assembly ...................................................................................................... 10 4.1 Installation of the Interface Module ............................................................................................................... 10 4.2 Pin Assignment .............................................................................................................................................. 11

    4.2.1 Supply Voltage ............................................................................................................................. 12 4.2.2 Connection Options ..................................................................................................................... 13 4.2.4 Cable Termination at Interface ..................................................................................................... 14

    4.3 Fieldbus Cabling ............................................................................................................................................ 15

    5. Commissioning ...................................................................................................................... 16 5.1 Configuring the Sensors ................................................................................................................................ 16 5.2 Baud Rate and Sensor Interface ................................................................................................................... 16

    5.2.1 Option 1: MSG Command............................................................................................................ 17 5.2.2 Option 2: External Software ......................................................................................................... 18

    5.3 Data Format ................................................................................................................................................... 19 5.4 Class Directory............................................................................................................................................... 20

  • IF2030/PNET

    6. Liability for Material Defects ................................................................................................. 28

    7. Service, Repair ...................................................................................................................... 28

    8. Decommissioning, Disposal ................................................................................................. 28

    Appendix

    A 1 Optional Accessories ............................................................................................................. 29

    A 2 Factory Settings ..................................................................................................................... 29

    A 3 Sensor Values, Data Format, Conversion ............................................................................. 30 A 3.1 General .......................................................................................................................................................... 30 A 3.2 ACC5703 ........................................................................................................................................................ 31 A 3.3 ACS7000 ........................................................................................................................................................ 32 A 3.4 DT6120 ........................................................................................................................................................... 34 A 3.5 IFC2421, IFC2422, IFC2451, IFC2461, IFC2471 ........................................................................................... 35 A 3.6 ILD1320, ILD1420 .......................................................................................................................................... 36 A 3.7 ILD1750 .......................................................................................................................................................... 37 A 3.8 ILD1900 .......................................................................................................................................................... 38 A 3.9 ILD2300 .......................................................................................................................................................... 39 A 3.10 INC5701 ......................................................................................................................................................... 40 A 3.11 MSC7602 ....................................................................................................................................................... 42 A 3.12 ODC2520 ....................................................................................................................................................... 43

  • Page 5

    Safety

    IF2030/ENETIP

    1. Safety System operation assumes knowledge of the operating instructions.

    1.1 Symbols Used

    The following symbols are used in these operating instructions.

    Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moder- ate injury.

    Indicates a situation that may result in property damage if not avoided.

    Indicates a user action.

    i Indicates a tip for users. Measurement Indicates hardware or a software button/menu.

    1.2 Warnings

    Connect the power supply and the display/output device according to the safety regulations for electrical equipment.

    > Risk of injury

    > Damage to or destruction of the interface module

    The supply voltage must not exceed the specified limits. > Damage to or destruction of the interface module

    Avoid shocks and impacts to the interface module. > Damage to or destruction of the interface module

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    Safety

    IF2030/ENETIP

    1.3 Notes on CE Marking

    The following apply to the IF2030/ENETIP interface module: - EU Directive 2014/30/EU 1 - EU Directive 2011/65/EU, “RoHS” Category 9

    Products which carry the CE mark satisfy the requirements of the EU directives cited and the European har- monized standards (EN) listed therein. The measuring system is designed for use in industrial environments and meets the requirements. The EU Declaration of Conformity is available to the responsible authorities according to EU Directive, article 10.

    1.4 Intended Use - The IF2030/ENETIP interface module is designed for use in industrial and laboratory applications. It is

    used to convert the internal MICRO-EPSILON sensor protocol (RS485, RS422) to EtherNet/IP. - The IF2030/ENETIP must only be operated within the limits specified in the technical data, see Chap. 2.2. - The IF2030/ENETIP must be used in such a way that no persons are endangered or machines and other

    material goods are damaged in the event of malfunction or total failure. - Take additional precautions for safety and damage prevention in case of safety-related applications.

    1.5 Proper Environment - Protection class: IP20 - Temperature range

    Operation: 0 ... +50 °C (+32

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