CANopen SIG lift control

Scope

Enhancement and maintenance of the CANopen application profile for for lift control systems controllers.

Chairman

Jörg Hellmich, Elfin

Group meetings

DateTimeGroupLocation
2020-03-10 09:00 - 16:00 SIG lift control Nuremberg, Germany

Minutes

Title Date Status Size Published Action
SIG lift control2017-04-26Minutes167 KiB2017-07-17Login
SIG lift control2016-09-07Minutes540 KiB2017-07-17Login
SIG lift control2016-04-13Minutes159 KiB2017-07-18Login
TF condition monitoring2017-07-18Minutes147 KiB2017-08-01Login
SIG lift control2017-09-05Minutes1.0 MiB2017-09-07Login
SIG lift control2017-12-19Minutes654 KiB2017-12-21Login
TF condition monitoring2018-01-29Minutes10.8 MiB2018-02-22Login
SIG lift control2018-03-13Minutes787 KiB2018-03-21Login
TF condition monitoring2018-03-21Minutes128 KiB2018-03-22Login
TF condition monitoring2018-05-16Minutes836 KiB2018-05-22Login
TF condition monitoring2018-06-20Minutes173 KiB2018-06-26Login
TF Condition monitoring2018-08-29Minutes1.7 MiB2018-09-03Login
SIG lift control2018-09-04Minutes7.2 MiB2018-09-07Login
SIG lift control2018-10-17Minutes1.3 MiB2018-10-18Login
SIG lift control2019-05-07Minutes2.2 MiB2019-05-16Login

Specification

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CiA 417-1 version 2.0.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 1: General definitions
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications describes the CANopen Lift control network system. It specifies the CANopen communication interfaces and the application functionality of several functional elements (virtual devices). This application profile specification consists of several parts. Besides some general definitions such as general virtual device descriptions, this part specifies the CAN physical layer as well as the error handling. Additionally some network architecture examples are given.
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public210 KiB2011-02-02Login
CiA 417-2 version 2.0.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 2: Virtual device definitions
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications describes the CANopen Lift control network system. It specifies the CANopen communication interfaces and the application functionality of several functional elements (virtual devices). This application profile specification consists of several parts. This part specifies for a single lift application (lift 1) the general communication parameter. It specifies also for each virtual device the supported application objects including the category, access, and default value attributes. It describes the supported Process Data Objects (PDO). In addition, the PDOs for the other lift application 2 to 8 are assigned correspondingly.
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public340 KiB2011-02-02Login
CiA 417-3 version 2.0.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 3-1: Pre-defined PDOs for lift application 1
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications describes the CANopen Lift control network system. It specifies the CANopen communication interfaces and the application functionality of several functional elements (virtual devices). This application profile specification consists of several parts. This part of the application profile specifies pre-definitions for communication objects. This sub-part specifies in detail the communication and mapping behavior of the PDOs for the lift 1 application.
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public818 KiB2011-02-02Login
CiA 417-4 version 2.0.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 4: Detailed application object specification
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications describes the CANopen Lift control network system. It specifies the CANopen communication interfaces and the application functionality of several functional elements (virtual devices). This application profile specification consists of several parts. This part specifies in detail the used process data, configuration parameter, and diagnostic information represented in the object dictionary for the lift 1 application.
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public839 KiB2011-02-02Login
CiA 417-1 version 2.2.7CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 1: General definitions
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WD528 KiB2018-09-20Login
CiA 417-2 version 2.2.8CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 2: Virtual device definitions
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WD0.9 MiB2018-09-20Login
CiA 417-3-1 version 2.1.7CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 3-1: Pre-defined PDOs for lift application 1
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WD1.2 MiB2018-09-20Login
CiA 417-4 version 2.2.8CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 4: Detailed application object specification
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WD3.0 MiB2018-09-20Login
CiA 417-1 version 2.3.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 1: General definitions
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications specifies the CANopen Lift control network. It consists of several parts: Part 1 provides general definitions, Part 2 specifies the functionality of the virtual devices, Part 3 specifies the pre-defined PDOs, Part 4 specifies the application objects. This part specifies the general lift control network architecture and provides description and block diagrams for single and multi-shaft CANopen lift control network structures. It provides description of lift component functions in form of virtual devices and their functions in the lift control network. It specifies CANopen physical layer and node-ID assignment in single or multi-shaft control network. Furthermore, it specifies bootloader mode handling for firmware upload and application programs. Additionally, it specifies also network wide error handling, power management handling, power consumption measurements, and character encoding for VT-52 terminals.
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DSP639 KiB2018-12-10Login
CiA 417-2 version 2.3.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 2: Virtual device definitions
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications specifies the CANopen Lift control network. It consists of several parts: Part 1 provides general definitions, Part 2 specifies the functionality of the virtual devices, Part 3 specifies the pre-defined PDOs, Part 4 specifies the application objects. This part specifies the general communication parameters, list of application parameters, including the category, access, and default value attributes, assigned to each virtual device in a single lift application as well as list of PDOs assigned to each virtual device in a lift application 1 to 8.
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DSP1.3 MiB2018-12-10Login
CiA 417-3-1 version 2.2.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 3-1: Pre-defined PDOs for lift application 1
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications specifies the CANopen Lift control network. It consists of several parts: Part 1 provides general definitions, Part 2 specifies the functionality of the virtual devices, Part 3 specifies the pre-defined PDOs, Part 4 specifies the application objects. This part of the application profile specifies in detail the communication and mapping behavior of the PDOs for the lift 1 application. Additionally, the COB-ID assignment is specified for PDOs for the lift application 1 to 8.
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DSP1.8 MiB2018-12-02Login
CiA 417-4 version 2.3.0CANopen application profile for lift control systems – Part 4: Detailed application object specification
DescriptionThis set of CANopen application profile specifications specifies the CANopen Lift control network. It consists of several parts: Part 1 provides general definitions, Part 2 specifies the functionality of the virtual devices, Part 3 specifies the pre-defined PDOs, Part 4 specifies the application objects. This part specifies in detail the used process data, configuration parameters, and diagnostic information represented in the object dictionary for the lift 1 application.
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DSP4.0 MiB2018-11-22Login