PTQ-PDPMV1 PROSOFT Interface Energy Germany


Product: PTQ-PDPMV1
Output frequency: standard kHz
System environment: stable
System capability: normal
Operating system: DCS/PLC system

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PTQ-PDPMV1 performance indicators
Reference standard: GB/T 22264.2-2008
Maximum display: 0-9999 (display value can be set according to customer requirements)
Display resolution: 0.001
Maximum input range: Voltage: AC 0-600V
Current: AC 0-5A (external transformer required for parameters above 5A)
Input method: single ended input
Accuracy level: 0.5
Absorbed power: Voltage:<1.2VA
Measurement speed: approximately 5 times/second
Power supply: AC85~265V/DC85~330V (optional for DC 18~90V)
Power frequency withstand voltage: power supply/input/output room: AC2kV/min · 1mA
Communication protocol: Modbus RTU
Pulse train interference (EFT): 2kV 5kHz
Surge impulse voltage: 2kV 1.2/50us
Insulation resistance: ≥ 100M Ω
Installation structure: panel mounted, rear wiring
Shell material: flame-retardant plastic
Isolation: Power supply/input/output are isolated from each other


When you import this memory map file into the processor configuration, it simplifies the task of establishing communications between the module and the processor. You will have to establish backplane communications using either Concept or Unity XL Pro software.

After you download the configuration to the PTQ-PDPMV1 module, save the .dty and .xsy files to a location on your hard drive (a folder below C:\PCBExportFiles), where you will import them into the processor during the processor configuration steps. These project files greatly reduce the amount of time it would otherwise take to perform the necessary configuration tasks.

The Input Start Register address refers to the 3x (%IW) location in the processor’s State RAM and the Output Start Register refers to the 4x (%MW) location of State RAM. You can view State RAM information in Unity XL Pro. A common mistake is to assume that because the Input Start Register parameter starts at address 301000, then the PROFIBUS data associated with the slaves will also start at the same register. As the diagram above shows, the Input PROFIBUS Data would start at address 301223 for this example.


If this parameter is set to 0, the PROFIBUS configuration CRC will be derived from the Output Area. If this parameter is set to a value GREATER THAN 0, the PROFIBUS configuration CRC will be derived from the specified Non-Transfer Area register. You can specify a register outside the Output Area to derive the CRC value for the PROFIBUS configuration. This parameter allows you to modify the PROFIBUS DP network configuration without stopping the system.


This data area uses 4 words, and must be located in the 4x memory area. The module will attempt to read this data asynchronously from the non-transfer data area. When new values are received, they are placed in the normal area used by the program. Because this operation is asynchronous to the scan, it may take 2 or more scans for the data to update.