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PrefaceSafety instructions1Description2Operator control (hardware)3Interfaces4Technical data of the D4x5-25Dimension drawings6Supplementary systemcomponents7Spare parts/accessories8Standards and approvalsAESD guidelinesBSIMOTIONSIMOTION D4x5-2ManualValid for SIMOTION D4x5-2, CX32-2, CBE30-2 andTB30 as of Version 4.404/2014

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PrefaceContent of the ManualThis document is part of the SIMOTION D documentation package.ScopeThe SIMOTION D4x5-2 manual is valid for the SIMOTION D4x5-2 Control Units, as well asthe supplementary CX32-2, CBE30-2 and TB30 system components.A separate SIMOTION D4x5 Manual is available for the SIMOTION D425, SIMOTION D435and SIMOTION D445/D445‑1 devices including the CX32, CBE30 and TB30 systemcomponents.StandardsThe SIMOTION system was developed in accordance with ISO 9001 quality guidelines.Content of the manualThe following is a description of the purpose and use of the product manual: DescriptionProvides information about the SIMOTION system and its integration in the automationenvironment. Operator control (hardware)Provides information about the structure and architecture of the devices. InterfacesProvides information about the different interfaces of the devices, their pin assignment, andpossible applications. Technical dataProvides information about the properties and features of the devices. Dimension drawings Spare parts / accessoriesProvides information about spare parts and accessories of the SIMOTION D4x5-2, CX32-2and CBE30-2. AppendixProvides information about the various standards and specifications fulfilled by the device. Index for locating information.SIMOTION DocumentationAn overview of the SIMOTION documentation can be found in the SIMOTION DocumentationOverview document.SIMOTION D4x5-2Manual, 04/20143

PrefaceThis documentation is included as electronic documentation in the scope of delivery ofSIMOTION SCOUT. It comprises ten documentation packages.The following documentation packages are available for SIMOTION V4.4: SIMOTION Engineering System Handling SIMOTION System and Function Descriptions SIMOTION Service and Diagnostics SIMOTION IT SIMOTION Programming SIMOTION Programming - References SIMOTION C SIMOTION P SIMOTION D SIMOTION Supplementary DocumentationHotline and Internet addressesAdditional informationClick the following link to find information on the the following topics: Ordering documentation / overview of documentation Additional links to download documents Using documentation online (find and search ontrol/docuPlease send any questions about the technical documentation (e.g. suggestions forimprovement, corrections) to the following e-mail address:docu.motioncontrol@siemens.comMy Documentation ManagerClick the following link for information on how to compile documentation individually on thebasis of Siemens content and how to adapt it for the purpose of your own iningClick the following link for information on SITRAIN - Siemens training courses for automationproducts, systems and solutions: D4x5-2Manual, 04/2014

PrefaceFAQsFrequently Asked Questions can be found in SIMOTION Utilities & Applications, which areincluded in the scope of delivery of SIMOTION SCOUT, and in the Service&Support pagesin Product ical supportCountry-specific telephone numbers for technical support are provided on the Internet vice&supportDisposal and recycling of the deviceSIMOTION D is an environmentally friendly product. It includes the following features: In spite of its excellent resistance to fire, the flame-resistant agent in the plastic used forthe housing does not contain halogens. Identification of plastic materials in accordance with ISO 11469. Less material used because the unit is smaller and with fewer components thanks tointegration in ASICs.The disposal of the products described in this manual should be performed in compliance withthe valid national regulations.The products can be largely recycled owing to their low pollutant content. To recycle anddispose of your old device in an environmentally friendly way, please contact a recyclingcompany certified for electronic waste.If you have any further questions about disposal and recycling, please contact your localSiemens representative. Contact details can be found in our contacts database on the er/index.aspFurther information / FAQsYou can find further information on this manual under the following de/27585482The following information sources are also available: SIMOTION Utilities & Applications: SIMOTION Utilities & Applications will be included inthe SIMOTION SCOUT scope of delivery and, along with FAQs, also contain free utilities(e.g. calculation tools, optimization tools, etc.) as well as application examples (ready-toapply solutions such as winders, cross cutters or handling) The latest SIMOTION FAQs at 0805436/133000SIMOTION D4x5-2Manual, 04/20145

Preface SIMOTION SCOUT online help For additional documentation, see the Overview of SIMOTION documentation (separatedocument)6SIMOTION D4x5-2Manual, 04/2014

Table of contentsPreface.31234Safety ntal safety instructions.11General safety instructions.11Safety instructions for electromagnetic fields (EMF).14Handling electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD).14Industrial security.15Residual risks of power drive systems.161.2Specific safety information for SIMOTION D4x5-2.18Description.212.1System overview.212.2System components.252.3I/O integration.302.4Representation of SIMOTION D425-2 DP and D435-2 DP.312.5Representation of SIMOTION D425-2 DP/PN and D435-2 DP/PN.332.6Representation of SIMOTION D445-2 DP/PN and D455-2 DP/PN.352.7Type plates.362. card.38Usage and function of the CompactFlash Card.38CompactFlash card.392.9Data matrix code.41Operator control (hardware).433.1Overview of operator control and display elements.433. controls.44Service and operating mode switch.44DIAG button.48RESET button.493.37-segment and LED displays.49Interfaces.514.1Interface overview.514.2DRIVE-CLiQ interfaces.524.3PROFINET IO interface (only for SIMOTION D4x5-2 DP/PN).544. I/Os.58Properties.58Using the digital inputs/outputs.63SIMOTION D4x5-2Manual, 04/20147

Table of contents56784.5Power supply.644.6Ethernet interfaces.664.7PROFIBUS DP interfaces.704.8Slot for CompactFlash card.734.9Measuring sockets.734.10USB interfaces.75Technical data of the D4x5-2.775.1Shipping and storage conditions.775.2Ambient conditions.785.3Dimensions and weights.805.4Power supply.805.5Interfaces and performance features.825.6CompactFlash card.875.7Clock.885.8Input and output circuit.89Dimension drawings.916.1D425-2 and D435-2 dimension drawing.916.2D445-2 DP/PN and D455-2 DP/PN dimension drawing.926.3CAD data, dimension drawings, and circuit-diagram macros.93Supplementary system components.957.1Connection options overview.957. module.97Cooling the SIMOTION D4x5-2 and backing up the real-time clock.97Installing the fan/battery module.99Replace battery in the fan/battery terminal board.102Description.102Safety information for the TB30.103Interfaces.103Overview.103Connection diagram.104Power supply of digital outputs.104Digital I/Os.105Analog inputs and outputs.106Working with analog inputs.108Commissioning.108Technical Specifications.1087. Ethernet communication board.110Overview.110Type plate.111SIMOTION D4x5-2Manual, 04/2014

Table of contents87. information.112Interface description.112LED displays.113Dimension drawing.114Commissioning.114Technical . controller extension.116Overview of CX32-2.116Interfaces.118Overview of interface

SIMOTION SIMOTION D4x5-2 Manual Valid for SIMOTION D4x5-2, CX32-2, CBE30-2 and TB30 as of Version 4.4 04/2014 Preface Safety instructions 1 Description

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