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Entry type: Application example Entry ID: 21064024, Entry date: 05/19/2017
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Emergency stop up to SIL 3 / PL e with a fail-safe S7-1500 controller

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In order to be able to safely switch of a machine even in an emergency situation, an emergency stop command device is attached and the actuators are controlled via two contactors. The safety function is designed up to PL e in accordance with EN ISO 13849-1 and SIL 3 in accordance with IEC 62061.

For a seamless integration into the automation process, the failsafe S7-1516F controller is used, in which standard user program and safety program run next to each other.


In order to achieve the demanded safety level, the emergency stop is designed with two channels and monitored for discrepancy and cross-circuit by the controller.

The actuators are also set up redundantly, so in case one contactor fails (e.g. welding of the contacts) the machine is still safely switched off by the second contactor.

Documentation and example projects
  Documentation (1,4 MB)
 Registrierung notwendig  Project for TIA Portal V14 (2,5 MB)
 Registrierung notwendig  Evaluation of the safety function as SET project (12,3 KB)

Archive
Version 4.0 with distributed I/O system
  Documentation (1,2 MB)
 Registrierung notwendig  Project for STEP 7 V13 SP1 (14,8 MB)
 Registrierung notwendig  Project for Safety Evaluation Tool (12,1 KB)

Last Changes
Upgrade to TIA Portal V14
Replacement of decentral periphery with central modules


Additional Keywords
TIA-Portal, emergency-stop, Safety Integrated, Safety function

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