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IEC 62026-3 Ed. 2.0 Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Controller-device interfaces (CDIs) - Part 3: DeviceNet

Standard Number:  IEC 62026-3 Ed. 2.0
Title:  Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Controller-device interfaces (CDIs) - Part 3: DeviceNet
Language:  English and French
Replaced by Standard:  IEC 62026-3 Ed. 3.0

Replacing Standard:  IEC 62026-3 Ed. 1.0

Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
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Number of Pages:241  

Description:This part of IEC 62026 specifies an interface system between single or multiple controllers, and control circuit devices or switching elements. The interface system uses two twisted shielded conductor pairs within one cable - one of these pairs provides a differential communication medium and the other pair provides power to the devices. This part establishes requirements for the interchangeability of components with such interfaces. This second edition of IEC 62026-3 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2000. This second edition constitutes a technical revision. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are listed below- - addition of new services to the base messaging protocol in 5.2; - replacement of detailed application layer requirements in former annexes by references in 5.3 to corresponding specifications in the new edition of IEC 61158 (2007); - addition of requirements for a corresponding safety protocol in 5.6 (by reference to IEC 61784 3); - modified presentation of cable and connector specifications in 8.2 and 8.4, and addition of a new type; - addition of references for safety tests for both EMC and logical tests in 8.10 and 9.3).  
Catalog:Document Contents
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms, definitions, symbols and abbreviated terms
3.1 Terms and definitions
3.2 Symbols and abbreviated terms
4 Classification
4.1 General
4.2 DeviceNet communication model
4.3 DeviceNet, CAN and CIP
5 Characteristics
5.1 DeviceNet connections
5.2 DeviceNet messaging protocol
5.3 DeviceNet communication object classes
5.4 Link access state machine
5.5 Predefined master/slave connection set
5.6 DeviceNet Safety?
5.7 Physical layer
6 Product information
7 Normal service, mounting and transport conditions
7.1 Normal service conditions
7.2 Conditions during transport and storage
7.3 Mounting
8 Constructional and performance requirements
8.1 Indicators and configuration switches
8.2 DeviceNet cable
8.3 Terminating resistors
8.4 Connectors
8.5 Device taps and power taps
8.6 Link powered devices
8.7 Miswiring protection
8.8 Power supplies
8.9 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
8.10 Additional functional safety requirements related to EMC
9 Tests
9.1 General
9.2 Electrical and EMC testing
9.3 Logical testing
Bibliography
Figures
Figure?1 – Typical DeviceNet controller-device interfaces
Figure?2 – DeviceNet protocol architecture compared with the OSI reference model
Figure?3 – DeviceNet’s use of the CAN identifier field
Figure?4 – Explicit message CAN data field use
Figure?5 – Explicit message data field format
Figure?6 – Explicit message header format
Figure?7 – Service field format
Figure?8 – Open explicit messaging connection request format
Figure?9 – Open explicit messaging connection response format
Figure?10 – Close connection request format
Figure?11 – Close connection response format
Figure?12 – Non-fragmented explicit request message format, values 0 - 3
Figure?13 – Non-fragmented explicit request message format, value 4
Figure?14 – Non-fragmented success response message format
Figure?15 – Error response message
Figure?16 – Data field of an I/O message
Figure?17 – Format of DeviceNet fragmentation protocol
Figure?18 – I/O message fragment format
Figure?19 – Explicit message fragment format
Figure?20 – Acknowledgement message format
Figure?21 – Establishing the offline ownership
Figure?22 – Multicast nature of the offline ownership
Figure?23 – Offline ownership request message
Figure?24 – Offline ownership response message protocol
Figure?25 – Communication faulted request message – Multicast protocol
Figure?26 – Communication faulted request message – Point-to-point protocol
Figure?27 – Identify communication faulted request message – Multicast protocol
Figure?28 – Communication faulted identify response message
Figure?29 – Identify communication faulted request message – Point-to-point protocol
Figure?30 – Who communication faulted request message
Figure?31 – Who response message
Figure?32 – Change MAC ID communication faulted request message
Figure?33 – Device heartbeat message
Figure?34 – Device shutdown message
Figure?35 – Duplicate MAC ID check CAN identifier field
Figure?36 – Duplicate MAC ID check message data field format
Figure?37 – Link access state transition diagram
Figure?38 – Allocation choice byte contents
Figure?39 – Allocate_master/slave_connection_set request message
Figure?40 – Success response to allocate_master/slave_connection_set request
Figure?41 – Parent explicit messaging connection logic
Figure 42 ? Release choice byte contents
Figure?43 – Release_master/slave_connection set request message
Figure?44 – Success response to release_master/slave_connection_set request
Figure 45 ? Predefined master/slave I/O connection state transition diagram
Figure 46 ? Predefined master/slave explicit messaging connection state transition diagram
Figure?47 – Physical layer block diagram
Figure?48 – Device containing a non-isolated physical layer
Figure?49 – Device containing an isolated physical layer
Figure?50 – DeviceNet medium topology
Figure?51 – Thick cable: physical configuration
Figure?52 – Thick cable: current available on the DeviceNet power bus
Figure?53 – Thin cable: physical configuration
Figure?54 – Thin cable: current available on the DeviceNet power bus
Figure?55 – Flat cable: physical configuration
Figure?56 – Flat cable: current available on the DeviceNet power bus
Figure?57 – Open connector pinout
Figure?58 – Open connector geometry
Figure?59 – Mini connector pinout
Figure?60 – Micro connector pinout
Figure?61 – Flat trunk connector layout – Pin out
Figure?62 – Flat trunk connector layout – Geometry
Figure?63 – Power supply rise time test circuit
Figure?64 – Current consumption test circuit
Figure?65 – Power ON test circuit
Figure?66 – Test circuit for reversal of V+ and V?, and also V? interruption
Figure?67 – Differential impedance test circuit
Figure?68 – Transmit level test setup
Figure?69 – Transmit levels
Figure?70 – Timing test setup
Figure?71 – Timing
Figure?72 – CDI test configuration
Figure?73 – Test circuit for logical tests
Tables
Table?1 – Message body format values
Table?2 – Group select values
Table?3 – Source message ID in open explicit messaging connection request
Table?4 – Destination message ID in open explicit messaging connection response
Table?5 – UCMM error conditions/codes
Table?6 – Fragment type bit values
Table?7 – Ack status bit values
Table?8 – Offline connection set
Table?9 – Addresses reporting based upon mask
Table?10 – Device shutdown message shutdown code ranges
Table 11 ? Device shutdown message ?Open? shutdown codes
Table?12 – Link access state event matrix
Table?13 – Predefined master/slave connection set identifier fields
Table?14 – Allocate_master/slave_connection_set request service data field parameters
Table?15 – Allocate_master/slave_connection set response parameters
Table?16 – Release_master/slave_connection_set request service data field parameters
Table?17 – DeviceNet object specific additional error codes
Table?18 – Connection instance IDs for predefined master/slave connections
Table?19 – Predefined master/slave I/O connection state event matrix
Table?20 – Predefined master/slave explicit messaging connection state event matrix
Table?21 – Predefined master/slave I/O connection object attribute access
Table?22 – General physical layer characteristics
Table?23 – Transmitter characteristics
Table?24 – Receiver characteristics
Table?25 – Load limits
Table?26 – Cable profile: data pair specifications
Table?27 – Cable profile: DC power pair specifications
Table?28 – Cable profile: general specifications
Table?29 – Cable profile: topology
Table?30 – Thick cable: data pair specifications
Table?31 – Thick cable: DC power pair specifications
Table 32 ? Thick cable: general specifications
Table?33 – Thick cable: topology
Table?34 – Thick cable: maximum current available (A) based on network length
Table?35 – Thin cable: data pair specifications
Table 36 ? Thin cable: DC power pair specifications
Table?37 – Thin cable: general specifications
Table?38 – Thin cable: topology
Table?39 – Thin cable: maximum current available (A) based on network length
Table?40 – Flat cable: data pair specifications
Table 41 ? Flat cable: DC power pair specifications
Table?42 – Flat cable: general specifications
Table?43 – Flat cable: topology
Table?44 – Flat cable: maximum current available (A) based on network length
Table 45 ? Connector profile template
Table 46 ? Open connector
Table?47 – Sealed mini connector
Table?48 – Sealed micro connector
Table 49 ? Flat trunk connector
Table?50 – Internal pass-through conductor specifications
Table?51 – Internal drop conductor specifications
Table?52 – Internal pass-through conductor specifications
Table?53 – Internal power drop conductor specifications
Table?54 – Voltage regulator specifications
Table?55 – DeviceNet power supply specifications
Table?56 – Immunity performance criteria
  
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