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TSIO-1002; CAN Network Adapter

 

TSIO-1002
  • Works with MEI controllers that support the CANopen master interface.
  • Connects to the CANopen Network with a 5-pin connector.
  • Each CANopen node can handle up to 64 digital inputs, 64 digital outputs, 4 analog inputs, 4 analog outputs for a total of 99 nodes.
  • Can be extended for up to 32 expansion units for flexibility of node size.
  • A maximum of 8 Receive PDOs and 8 Transmit PDOs. (Proces Data Objects)
  • Indicators to provide a diagnostic readout (RUN, Error, I/O status, and Field Power status)
  • Supports bit rate detection of up to 1MBit.
  • Set node addresses using node identification switches.
  • Program under one API.
  • CANopen DS401 version 2.0 support.
  • Acts as a slave in a master/slave environment.

For more information, please see the SynqNet I/O Quick-Start Guide.

Communication Interface Specifications
Number of network nodes on a single bus Max. 99
Max. Number of slices
per Network Adapter
32
(Additional system power may be required)
Peripheral Signals Input 64 byte / Output 64 byte
LED Indicators 1 green: CAN-RUN status indicator
1 red: CAN-ERR status indicator
1 red/green: I/O status indicator
1 green: Field Power Supply status indicator
Bit Rate 1Mbit, 800k, 500k, 250k, 125k, 50k, 20k, 10k
Max. Number of I/O bits
per CAN Network Adapter
64 digital inputs
64 digital outputs
64 analog inputs (4 * 16-bit channels)
64 analog outputs (4 * 16-bit channels)
Max. Bus Length Depending on Bit rate
Number of PDOs available
(Process Data Objects)
8 Transmit PDOs
8 Receive PDOs
Number of SDOs available
(Service Data Objects)
1 Standard SDO

General Specifications
System Power Supply Voltage: 24Vdc nominal
Voltage Range: 11~28.8Vdc
Power Dissipation Nominal 24Vdc @ 100mA
Current for I/O Module Max 5Vdc @ 1.5A
Isolation Network to Logic: Isolation
Logic to Field Power: Isolation
Logic to System Power: No isolation
Field Power Supply Voltage: 24Vdc nominal
Voltage Range: 11~28.8Vdc
Current of Jumper Contacts DC 10A maximum capacity
Max. Number of SLICE modules
per Network Adapter
Software dependent
I/O Cables Max. AWG 14
Weight 150g
Module Size

42mm x 67mm x 95mm
(W x H x L)

See Physical Dimensions.

 

Node ID Switches

The two switches on the network adapter are used to set the bit rate and node address.

 
Setting the Bit Rate

 

 

 

  • Power OFF
    Set dials to 0,0 (default from factory).

  • Power ON

  • Config Mode (RUN LED is Flashing)

  • Turn x1 switch to set the bit rate.
    See the Bit Rate Table below.

    Ex: Set x1 to 2 for a bit rate of 500k.

    NOTE: The CAN host and SLICE-I/O must be set to the same bit rate, otherwise the host will not see the SLICE-I/O on the network.

  • Turn x10 switch to '1' to save the configuration to the EEPROM. (RUN LED is ON)

  • Power OFF

 

 

Setting the Node Address

 

 

 

  • Power OFF

  • Turn switches to set address.
          x10 - 10's place
          x1 - 1's place

    Ex: Set x10 to 2 and x1 to 5 in order to set an address of 25.

  • Power ON
    If a specific bit rate was selected then the RUN LED is flashing and the I/O LED is ON.

    If auto detection of the bit rate was selected then the RUN and ERROR LED will flash alternately while the I/O LED is ON. After the bit rate has been detected the RUN LED will flash and the I/O LED will be ON.

 

Bit Rate Table

No. on Dial
Bit Rate
0
1Mbit
1
800k
2
500k
3
250k
4
125k
5
100k
6
50k
7
20k
8
10k
9
Auto Detect
Bit Rate

 

LED Indicators

RUN LED

State
LED
Indicates
Not Powered,
Not On-line
OFF The Device is not on-line or may not be powered on.
On-line,
STOPPED
Single flash Green
The Device is in the STOPPED state.
On-line,
PRE-OPERATIONAL
Blinking Green The Device is in the PRE-OPERATIONAL state.
On-line,
OPERATIONAL
Green ON The Device is in the OPERATIONAL state.

 

ERROR LED

State
LED
Indicates
Not Powered,
     Not On-line
OFF The Device is not on-line or may not be powered.
Warning Limit Reached
     On-line
Single flash Red At least one of the error counters of the CAN controller has reached or exceeded the warning level (too many error frames).
Error Control Event
     On-line
Double flash Red The guarding monitor has asserted, guarding telegrams are no longer being received. The adapter is in a pre-operational state.
Sync Error
     On-line
Triple flash Red A sync error has occurred.
- The adapter is pre-operational
  (PDOs are switched OFF).
Bus OFF Red ON Device is in the cyclic data exchange mode with the parameterization master.

 

I/O LED

State
LED
Indicates
Not Powered,
No Expansion Module
OFF Device has no expansion module or the device may not have power.
Fn-Bus On-line,
Not Exchanging I/O
Flash Green
Fn-Bus is active, but no I/O data is being passed from the expansion module.
Fn-Bus Connection,
Run Exchanging I/O
Green Expansion slot is connected and exchanging I/O data.
Fn-Bus Connection Fault, During Exchange of I/O Red

One or more expansion modules is in a fault state.

- Fn-Bus communication failure.

Expansion Configuration Failed Flash Red

Failed to initialize the expansion module.
      - detected invalid expansion module ID
      - overflowed I/O size
      - initial protocol failure

 

Field Power LED

See System Power, Field Power, Shield

State
LED
Indicates
No Field Power OFF No field power.
Supplied Field Power Green
24Vdc Field Power is being supplied to the network adapter.

 

Mapping Data into the Image Table

 

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