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Application for the extension of I/Os on

7SJ80 and 7SK80 via SICAM I/O-Unit 7XV5673

In this document the extension of binary inputs and outputs with up to two SICAM I/O-Units on the
Ethernet service port A of 7SJ80/7SK80 is described.

The SICAM I/O-Unit 7XV5673 has 6 binary


inputs and 6 binary outputs. A 7SJ80 or a
7SK80 can be combined with up to two
SICAM I/O-Units. For this the 7SJ80/7SK80
has to be equipped with the Ethernet service
interface Port A (not IEC61850). Hence a
7SJ80/7SK80 can be extended by up to
12 binary inputs and up to 12 binary outputs.
All settings on the SICAM I/O-Unit can be
done through a Web-browser (e.g. Internet
Explorer).
Note: This application guide is only intended
as additional user information and it is a
prerequisite that the user has knowledge of
the general operation and usage of the device
and its basic functions as described in the device manual.

Application: Get up to 12 additional BI and 12 additional BO on 7SJ80/7SK80


7SJ80x
Y-Adapter for internal Switch

SIEMENS
RUN
ERROR

Double shielded
Ethernet CAT 5 patch cable

L1: 0A 12: 0.0kV


L2: 0A 12: 0.0kV
L3: 0A 12: 0.0kV
E : 0A 12: 0.0kV
EE:
f :

Esc

Enter

Anregung L1
Anregung L2
Anregung L3
Anregung E
Aus L1
Aus L2
Aus L3

1
2

12
11
10
9
8

4
3
2
1

N/L/+

5
6
7

4
3

11
12

2
1

D IG SI 4
B row ser

3
4

7
6
5

8
9
10

SIEMENS

1
2

10
9
8

5
6
7

H
7
6
5

P
12
11

3
4

N/L/+

8
9
10
11
12

SIEMENS

6 BI
6 BO

6 BI
6 BO

I/O-Unit 1
7XV5673-0JJ00-1AA1

I/O-Unit 2
7XV5673-0JJ00-1AA1

IP-Address 192.168.10.55
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Port No. 51000

IP-Address
192.168.10.56
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Port No. 51001

SIEMENS
7SJ8031-5EB00-1HE0

SIPROTEC Compact
with Ethernet-Port A
IP-Address 192.168.10.200
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

PC or Notebook to
configure the
I/O Units and the
SIPROTEC Device
IP-Address 192.168.10.3
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

To get up to 6 additional binary inputs and 6 binary outputs one SICAM I/O-Unit
7XV5673-0JJ00-1AA1 is connected via a double screened CAT5 patch cable (1:1 or crossed over)
directly to the protection device (e.g. 7SJ80x / Port A).
To get up to 12 additional binary inputs and 12 binary outputs two SICAM I/O-Units 7XV5673 and an
additional Y-Ethernet cable (7KE6000-8GD00-0BA2) are needed.
The protection device is set using DIGSI 4 running on a Notebook via the USB-front interface.
The SICAM I/O-Unit 7XV5673 is set through a Web Browser running on the Notebook via the
Ethernet interface.
Tip: If during commissioning a common switch is temporarily inserted using three or four patch
cables, the protection device can be set from a PC using DIGSI 4 in parallel with the I/O-Unit.

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Application in an Ethernet network

If a SICAM I/O-Unit and a 7SJ80/7SK80 are applied in an existing Ethernet network, a switch that is
suitable for the substation environment (e.g. Scalance X307-2EEC or RUGGEDCOM RS900) must
be used. Switch, SICAM I/O-Unit, protection device and the operating PC make up a sub-net that is
connected via patch cables. DIGSI 4 and a Web browser can run in parallel on the PC. It is therefore
possible to set the I/O-Unit and the protection device in parallel.

Power
Alarm
Reset

7SK80x

Service with
Notebook or PC

Switch
RS 900

SIEMENS

9
Link

Tx
Rx

RUN
ERROR
L1: 0A 12: 0.0kV
L2: 0A 12: 0.0kV
L3: 0A 12: 0.0kV
E : 0A 12: 0.0kV
EE:
f :

Act.

D IG S I 4

Esc

Tx
Rx

USB-Cable
5

Enter

Anregung L1
Anregung L2
Anregung L3
Anregung E
Aus L1
Aus L2
Aus L3

IP 192.168.10.3

Port A

SIEMENS
7SJ803 1-5EB00-1HE0

RUGGEDCOM

IP 192.168.10.200

All Patch Cable 1:1


7KE6000-8G
J

1
2

12
11
10
9
8
H
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

N/L/+

SIEMENS

1
2

12
11

3
4
5
6
7

I/O-Unit 1

11
12

5
6
7

IP-Address 192.168.10.55
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

8
9
10

3
4

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

6 BI
6 BO

N/L/+

I/O-Unit 2
IP-Address 192.168.10.56
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

8
9
10
11
12

SIEMENS

6 BI
6 BO

Note: The network must be restricted to those devices that are directly communicating with the I/OUnit 7XV5673 or communicate with the protection devices through DIGSI 4.
When setting the parameters of the Ethernet interfaces of all the devices in the network
segment, different IP addresses
within the same address range (e.g.
192.168.10.1 - 254) must be applied.
Example: See table

Subnet-Mask

255.

255.

255.

IP address (Switch/Router)

192.

168.

10.

IP address (PC)

192.

168.

10.

IP address (I/O-Unit 1)

192.

168.

10.

55

IP address (I/O-Unit 2)

192.

168.

10.

56

IP address (7SJ80/7SK80)

192.

168.

10.

200

IP address (max.)

192.

168.

10.

254

Setting the Protection Device using DIGSI 4


The Notebook is connected with the front interface of the protection device, e.g. 7SJ80x, using an
available USB interface (1.1 / 2.0). A USB-cable with Plug-A to Plug-B is required for this purpose
(e.g. from the accessories with DIGSI 4.86).
The protection device is inserted as new device in DIGSI 4 with corresponding MLFB and then
initialized.
Subsequently the object properties of the device, the Ethernet interface and the measured values
acquisition are set and saved.
The protection device must have an Ethernet-Interface Port A (not EN100 / Port B).

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If the Ethernet interface Port A has already been


installed at the factory as indicated by Order
number (MLFB), this can be checked under
Object properties , MLFB.
Save with OK

If the interface was retrofitted, Object properties


, - Communication modules have to be
opened and then be changed accordingly.
Save with OK

Open the protection device in DIGSI 4 with the


connection type USB and Select a device .
Continue with OK

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An available IP address (e.g. 192.168.10.200) and a


subnet mask (e.g. 255.255.255.0) are to be allocated
to the interface Port A in Interface Settings,
Ethernet Service in the device.

Save in the protection device with DIGSI -> Device


After entering the password, continue with OK

If the protection device should further be operated via the Ethernet interface, the IP-address of the
notebook must be selected with DIGSI 4 in Configure DIGSI 4, Ethernet
NOTE: From DIGSI 4.82, the IP addresses of all the available Ethernet interfaces of the
PC/notebooks are available for selection in the pull-down menu.
Take Care: If an IP address has not yet been selected, or if the IP address has been changed
(e.g. automatic allocation by DHCP), the input box will be empty.
An IP address must be selected here,
otherwise the operation of the protection device via Ethernet is not possible.

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In case the protection device is connected to the notebook either directly via a CAT5 patch cable or
via a switch, all further settings of the protection device can now be applied with DIGSI 4 either
through the USB front port or the bottom Ethernet service interface Port A.

In the window Open device the device may be


selected with Connection type USB, or the
connection can be directly established through
Ethernet.

Continue with OK

If the protection device is opened, Masking


I/O (Configuration Matrix) has to be opened
in Settings.

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All commands or
signals that
should be sent
from the
protection device
to the binary
outputs of the
I/O-Unit have to
be routed to
Destination
CFC

All commands or
signals that
should be
received from the
binary inputs of
the I/O-Unit have
to be routed to
Source CFC.
Usually these are
user defined
single point
indications (here:
SPOC1, SPOC2,
SPOO) or
blocking inputs of
existing functions
marked with a
>sign before the
indication.

Save with OK

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Configure the I/O-Unit in the CFC logic:


Open CFC in Settings. Then insert
CFC chart. Open the CFC chart
(CFC(1)) with double-click.

Select I/O-Unit from Other blocks and drag the block with the left mouse key to the CFC chart.
If you apply two I/O-Units select again an I/O-Unit from Other blocks and drag it to the same
CFC chart.

Select the correct CFC task level and connect the CFC block:
Click the button Run Sequence. Then change the CFC task level by dragging the chart from
MW_BEARB to PLC1_BEARB (Slow PLC).

Go back into the chart by clicking


the button Run Sequence
again.

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In the next step the IP address and the port number of the SICAM I/O-Unit have to be set. Therefore
just click with the right mouse button into the I/O-Unit and select Object Properties, sheet I/Os.
Then enter the right data for IP address (line 7 to line 10) and Port number (as HEX code in line 11)
in column Value:

IP address of the first I/O-Unit: e.g.


192.168.10.55
Port number of the first I/O-Unit: e.g.
51000 (HEX code 16#C738)
IP address of the second I/O-Unit: e.g.
192.168.10.56
Port number of the second I/O-Unit: e.g.
51001 (HEX code 16#C739)

The 6 binary inputs of the SICAM I/O-Unit are denominated BI_N1 to BI_N3 and BI_P1 to BI_P3,
whereas the 6 binary outputs of the SICAM I/O-Unit are denominated IR1 to IR6 (Indication from
Remote). To connect a signal just click with the right mouse button into one of the inputs or outputs of
the I/O-Unit and select Interconnection to Address.

Then select the signal you want and click OK. Afterwards repeat this procedure for each binary
input and output that you want to use.

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Finally click the Compile button. If the compilation is successful, the message Process
correctly executed will be displayed.

If you want to use the CFC block output signal CA (Communication Active) please refer to
the description on the last page of this document!
Close the CFC chart and click the Save button.
Then press Device DIGSI to Device.
The process will be completed by entering the password in the input box and then OK.
Note: Save settings to file.

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Setting the I/O-Unit 7XV5673 by using a Web-Browser


The settings of the I/O-Unit 7XV5673 are to be entered by using a PC/notebook through the Ethernet
interface and a Web browser, e.g. Internet Explorer. Prior to starting the Web Browser some settings
on PC/notebook must however be applied.
As per default the I/O-Unit has the IP address 192.168.0.55.
Note: Do not connect two SICAM I/O-Units to the network before you have changed the IPaddresses to different values because the I/O-Units have the same default IP-address.
Preparing the PC/Notebook:
To operate the I/O-Unit 7XV5673 with the Notebook both IP-Addresses must be in the same network
segment.
First check and set the IP-address of your Ethernet adapter:

For WIN XP: Start Settings Control Panel


Network Connections.
Then select the correct Ethernet adapter and
continue with Properties TCP/IP
Properties: Change IP-address to 192.168.0.3,
select OK, then CLOSE.

This is the unique


IP-address of your
PC/Notebook
Ethernet interface
which must be
different from the
IP-address of other
network
participants.

Open I/O-Unit 7XV5673 Web Interface:


Now start a Web-Browser (e.g. Internet-Explorer), enter the IP-Address 192.168.0.55, followed
by Return.
The start window displays the current settings of the I/O-Unit.
Configure Communication Ethernet:
Initially the Bus protocol / Operating mode is set to Modbus TCP. To operate the I/O-Unit on
Port A of a 7SJ80 or 7SK80 the operating mode has to be changed to Modbus UDP.
The IP-Address you want to have (e.g. 190.168.10.55 as mentioned in the table on page 2)
and the corresponding Subnet Mask (e.g. 255.255.255.0) have to be set now.
If a router is used, the Router IP address must be set in Default gateway.
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As long as only one I/O-Unit is connected to the protection device the parameters Ethernet switch
on can be kept to no and the Port number can also remain at 51000.
If two I/O-Units are connected to one protection device the parameter Ethernet switch on has to
be changed to yes in the first I/O-Unit. The Port number of the first I/O-Unit can remain at
51000.
Save with the button SEND. To
activate the modified settings in
the I/O-Unit select Activation in
the left column, followed by the
password (000000) and Return.
Settings in the 2nd I/O-Unit:
Replug the Ethernet cable from
the first I/O-Unit and establish a
point-to-point connection between
PC/Notebook and the second I/OUnit. On the second I/O-Unit IP
address and Port number
have to be changed accordingly:
IP address 192.168.10.56
Port number 51001
The operating mode has to be changed to Modbus UDP. The parameter Ethernet switch on
can be kept to no.
Save with the button SEND. To activate the modified settings in the I/O-Unit select Activation in
the left column, followed by the password (000000) and Return.
Now you have to change your Ethernet adapter to the IP-address 192.168.10.3, as mentioned in
the table of page 2. The procedure is described in Preparing the PC/Notebook on page 9 of this
document.
The following steps
have to be performed
for each I/O-Unit
individually:
Configure Binary
inputs:
Initially the Threshold
voltage of all 6 binary
inputs is set to 19V.
The threshold voltages
can be changed in 4
different blocks for
BI1/BI2 on Block N,
BI3 on Block N,
BI1/BI2 on Block P
and BI3 on Block P.

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If you made some changes then save with the button SEND. To activate the modified settings in
the I/O-Unit select Activation in the left column, followed by the password (000000) and Return.
Configure Binary outputs:
Initially all 6 binary outputs are already set to Indication 16 from Remote and Operating
mode is set to Persistent. As long as the binary outputs are used as relay contacts - which is our
standard application here - all settings in this window can remain unchanged.

Configure LEDs:
Initially the Error LED is set to None. To check if the Ethernet communication link is ok we
recommend to set the Error LED to Ethernet Link Error. Both indication LEDs H1 and H2 can
be set individually.
If you made some
changes then save
with the button
SEND. To
activate the
modified settings in
the I/O-Unit select
Activation in the
left column,
followed by the
password (000000)
and Return.

Wish you much success

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Use of the CFC block output signal CA (Communication Active)


The protection device checks cyclically if the SICAM I/O-Unit replies on request latest after 5 ms. The
CFC block output CA goes into a High-level status if the communication between the protection
device and the I/O-Unit is stable. In case the connection is not stable the status of CA will be
changed to Low-level after 5 ms.
If the output CA is directly routed through the DIGSI Matrix to an LED or a binary output, the signal
will be sent instantaneously and it will be stored in the event list of the protection device.
A simultaneous use of other Ethernet services, e.g. an access to the HTML pages of the Web-Server
of the I/O-Unit, this might cause delays of around 20 to 30 ms in the communication between the
protection device and the SICAM I/O-Unit. The signal CA might also be shown in this case which is
misleading.
Because an access to the Web-Server of the I/O-Unit is also possible during service we recommend
to add a timer of 50 ms in the CFC logic of the protection device to suppress those temporary
Ethernet errors with a duration of up to 30 ms.
The protection device will still be able to detect and show communication errors of more than 50 ms
in service. Note: The I/O-Unit will show and store communication errors of more than 80 ms (default).
The following CFC logic shows the combination of the output signal CA from the CFC block I/OUnit and a negator NEG and a simple timer TIMER_SHORT.

If the Ethernet connection is stable, the timer is blocked by the High-level status of the output signal
CA at its timer input Reset.
If the Ethernet connection gets interrupted the timer input Reset will be released by the Low-level
status of CA. At the same time the timer will be started by the High-level status of the negator.
If the Low-level status on output CA lasts longer than the set time of the CFC timer, the protection
device will indicate a communication error as long as the communication is interrupted.
The timer will be blocked and the indication on the protection device will be suppressed when the
output CA reaches a High-level status before the CFC timer expires (e.g. 50 ms).
Note: Please consider the correct CFC task level and run sequence of the CFC blocks.

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