Industrial communication networks - Profiles - Part 3-2: Functional safety fieldbuses - Additional specifications for CPF 2

IEC 61784 3-2:2016 specifies a safety communication layer (services and protocol) based on CPF 2 of IEC 61784-1, IEC 61784-2 and IEC 61158 Type 2. It identifies the principles for functional safety communications defined in IEC 61784-3 that are relevant for this safety communication layer. This safety communication layer is intended for implementation in safety devices only. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are listed below (and highlighted in yellow in this document):
- Added detailed requirements for use of FSCP 2/1 in conjunction with CP 16/3 (see 4.1, 6.4.3, 6.5.3, 8.2, 8.13, and miscellaneous references when referencing CPF 2 networks);
- Defined object class section keywords for safety to EDS file definition in 8.10.2.1;
- New sections on safety CRC overview in 7.1.2.1 and Rollover counts for EF format in 7.4;
- Corrections to PFH calculations in 9.5.2;
- Change from MACID to NodeID as general reference to network identifier.

Réseaux de communication industriels - Profils - Partie 3-2: Bus de terrain de sécurité fonctionnelle - Spécifications supplémentaires pour CPF 2

IEC 61784 3-2:2016 spécifie une couche de communication relative à la sécurité (services et protocole) fondée sur la CPF 2 de l'IEC 61784-1, l'IEC 61784-2 et le Type 2 de l'IEC 61158. Elle identifie les principes applicables aux communications de sécurité fonctionnelle définies dans l'IEC 61784-3, et appropriés à cette couche de communication de sécurité. Cette couche de communication de sécurité est destinée à être mise en oeuvre uniquement sur les appareils de sécurité. Cette troisième édition annule et remplace la deuxième édition parue en 2010. Cette édition constitue une révision technique. Les modifications majeures par rapport à l'édition précédente sont énumérées ci-dessous (et surlignées en jaune dans le présent document):
- Ajout d'exigences détaillées pour l'utilisation de FSCP 2/1 en liaison avec CP 16/3 (voir 4.1, 6.4.3, 6.5.3, 8.2, 8.13, et diverses références lors du référencement des réseaux CPF 2);
- Définition des mots-clés de la section de classe d'objet pour la sécurité donnée dans la définition du fichier EDS en 8.10.2.1;
- De nouvelles sections sur la présentation générale du CRC de sécurité en 7.1.2.1 et les comptages de remplacement pour le format EF en 7.4;
- Corrections apportées aux calculs de la PFH en 9.5.2;
- Changement de MACID en NodeID à titre de référence générale à l'identifiant de réseau.

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Réseaux de communication industriels – Profils –
Partie 3-2: Bus de terrain de sécurité fonctionnelle – Spécifications
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD....................................................................................................................... 12

0 Introduction ................................................................................................................. 14

0.1 General ............................................................................................................... 14

0.2 Patent declaration ............................................................................................... 16

1 Scope .......................................................................................................................... 17

2 Normative references .................................................................................................. 17

3 Terms, definitions, symbols, abbreviated terms and conventions .................................. 19

3.1 Terms and definitions .......................................................................................... 19

3.1.1 Common terms and definitions ..................................................................... 19

3.1.2 CPF 2: Additional terms and definitions ........................................................ 24

3.2 Symbols and abbreviated terms ........................................................................... 24

3.2.1 Common symbols and abbreviated terms ...................................................... 24

3.2.2 CPF 2: Additional symbols and abbreviated terms......................................... 25

3.3 Conventions ........................................................................................................ 26

4 Overview of FSCP 2/1 (CIP Safety™) ........................................................................... 26

4.1 General ............................................................................................................... 26

4.2 FSCP 2/1 ............................................................................................................ 26

5 General ....................................................................................................................... 27

5.1 External documents providing specifications for the profile ................................... 27

5.2 Safety functional requirements ............................................................................ 28

5.3 Safety measures ................................................................................................. 28

5.4 Safety communication layer structure .................................................................. 29

5.5 Relationships with FAL (and DLL, PhL) ................................................................ 30

5.5.1 General ....................................................................................................... 30

5.5.2 Data types ................................................................................................... 30

6 Safety communication layer services ............................................................................ 30

6.1 Introduction ......................................................................................................... 30

6.2 Connection object ............................................................................................... 31

6.2.1 General ....................................................................................................... 31

6.2.2 Class attribute extensions ............................................................................ 31

6.2.3 Service extensions ....................................................................................... 31

6.2.4 Explicit message response format for SafetyOpen and SafetyClose .............. 32

6.3 Connection Manager object ................................................................................. 32

6.3.1 General ....................................................................................................... 32

6.3.2 ForwardOpen for safety ................................................................................ 33

6.3.3 Safety network segment ............................................................................... 35

6.3.4 Originator rules for calculating the connection parameter CRC ...................... 38

6.3.5 SafetyOpen processing flowcharts ................................................................ 38

6.3.6 Checks required by Multipoint producers with existing connections ............... 41

6.3.7 Electronic key usage for safety ..................................................................... 42

6.3.8 RPI vs. API in safety connections ................................................................. 42

6.3.9 Application path construction for safety ........................................................ 42

6.3.10 Safety Validator connection types ................................................................. 43

6.3.11 Application reply data in a successful SafetyOpen response ......................... 46

6.3.12 Unsuccessful SafetyOpen response ............................................................. 48

6.3.13 ForwardClose for safety ............................................................................... 50

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6.4 Identity object ..................................................................................................... 50

6.4.1 General ....................................................................................................... 50

6.4.2 Changes to common services ....................................................................... 50

6.4.3 Extensions for CP 16/3 devices .................................................................... 51

6.5 Link objects ........................................................................................................ 51

6.5.1 DeviceNet object changes ............................................................................ 51

6.5.2 TCP/IP Interface object changes .................................................................. 52

6.5.3 SERCOS III Link object ................................................................................ 52

6.6 Safety Supervisor object...................................................................................... 53

6.6.1 General ....................................................................................................... 53

6.6.2 Safety Supervisor class attributes ................................................................. 54

6.6.3 Subclasses .................................................................................................. 54

6.6.4 Safety Supervisor instance attributes ............................................................ 54

6.6.5 Semantics .................................................................................................... 58

6.6.6 Subclasses .................................................................................................. 64

6.6.7 Safety Supervisor common services ............................................................. 64

6.6.8 Safety Supervisor behavior .......................................................................... 75

6.7 Safety Validator object ........................................................................................ 82

6.7.1 General ....................................................................................................... 82

6.7.2 Class attributes ............................................................................................ 82

6.7.3 Instance attributes ....................................................................................... 83

6.7.4 Class services ............................................................................................. 88

6.7.5 Instance services ......................................................................................... 89

6.7.6 Object behavior ............................................................................................ 89

6.8 Connection Configuration Object ......................................................................... 92

6.8.1 General ....................................................................................................... 92

6.8.2 Class attribute extensions ............................................................................ 92

6.8.3 Instance attributes, additions and extensions. ............................................... 92

6.8.4 Instance attribute semantics extensions or restrictions for safety ................... 95

6.8.5 Special Safety Related Parameters – (Attribute 13) ....................................... 99

6.8.6 Object-specific services ............................................................................. 105

6.8.7 Common service extensions for safety ........................................................ 105

6.8.8 Object behavior .......................................................................................... 107

7 Safety communication layer protocol .......................................................................... 108

7.1 Safety PDU format ............................................................................................ 108

7.1.1 Safety PDU encoding ................................................................................. 108

7.1.2 Safety CRC ................................................................................................ 120

7.2 Communication protocol behavior ...................................................................... 121

7.2.1 Sequence of safety checks ......................................................................... 121

7.2.2 Connection termination .............................................................................. 121

7.2.3 Cross checking error .................................................................................. 121

7.3 Time stamp operation ........................................................................................ 122

7.4 Rollover counts in the EF .................................................................................. 123

7.5 Protocol sequence diagrams ............................................................................. 123

7.5.1 General ..................................................................................................... 123

7.5.2 Normal safety transmission ........................................................................ 123

7.5.3 Lost, corrupted and delayed message transmission .................................... 124

7.5.4 Lost, corrupted or delayed message transmission with production

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7.5.5 Point-to-point ping ...................................................................................... 129

7.5.6 Multipoint ping on CP 2/3 Safety ................................................................. 130

7.5.7 Multipoint ping on CP 2/2 safety networks .................................................. 131

7.5.8 Multipoint ping – retry with success ............................................................ 132

7.5.9 Multipoint ping – retry with timeout ............................................................. 133

7.6 Safety protocol definition ................................................................................... 134

7.6.1 General ..................................................................................................... 134

7.6.2 High level view of a safety device ............................................................... 134

7.6.3 Safety Validator object ............................................................................... 134

7.6.4 Relationship between SafetyValidatorServer and SafetyValidatorClient ....... 135

7.6.5 Extended Format time stamp rollover handling ............................................ 135

7.6.6 SafetyValidatorClient function definition ...................................................... 140

7.6.7 SafetyValidatorServer function definition .................................................... 148

7.7 Safety message and protocol data specifications ............................................... 161

7.7.1 Mode octet ................................................................................................. 161

7.7.2 Time Stamp Section ................................................................................... 162

7.7.3 Time Coordination Message ....................................................................... 162

7.7.4 Time correction message ........................................................................... 163

7.7.5 Safety data production ............................................................................... 163

7.7.6 Producer dynamic variables ....................................................................... 171

7.7.7 Producer per consumer dynamic variables .................................................. 173

7.7.8 Consumer data variables ............................................................................ 174

7.7.9 Consumer input static variables .................................................................. 176

7.7.10 Consumer dynamic variables ...................................................................... 177

8 Safety communication layer management ................................................................... 179

8.1 Overview .......................................................................................................... 179

8.2 Definition of the measures used during connection establishment ...................... 179

8.3 Originator-Target relationship validation ............................................................ 183

8.4 Detection of mis-routed connection requests ...................................................... 183

8.5 SafetyOpen processing ..................................................................................... 184

8.6 Ownership management .................................................................................... 184

8.7 Bridging different physical layers ....................................................................... 185

8.8 Safety connection establishment ....................................................................... 187

8.8.1 Overview ................................................................................................... 187

8.8.2 Basic facts for connection establishment .................................................... 187

8.8.3 Configuring safety connections ................................................................... 187

8.8.4 Network time expectation multiplier ............................................................ 189

8.8.5 Establishing connections ............................................................................ 190

8.8.6 Recommendations for consumer number allocation ..................................... 193

8.8.7 Recommendations for connection establishment ......................................... 194

8.8.8 Ownership establishment ........................................................................... 194

8.8.9 Ownership use cases ................................................................................. 195

8.8.10 PID/CID usage and establishment .............................................................. 198

8.8.11 Proper PID/CID usage in multipoint and point-to-point connections ............. 198

8.8.12 Network supported services ....................................................................... 200

8.8.13 FSCP 2/1 safety device type ...................................................................... 201

8.9 Safety configuration process ............................................................................. 205

8.9.1 Introduction to safety configuration ............................................................. 205

8.9.2 Configuration goals .................................................................................... 205

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8.9.3 Configuration overview ............................................................................... 206

8.9.4 User configuration guidelines ..................................................................... 207

8.9.5 Configuration process SIL3 justification ...................................................... 208

8.9.6 Device functions for tool configuration ........................................................ 209

8.9.7 Password security ...................................................................................... 209

8.9.8 SNCT interface services ............................................................................. 209

8.9.9 Configuration lock ...................................................................................... 209

8.9.10 Effect of configuration lock on device behavior ........................................... 210

8.9.11 Configuration ownership ............................................................................. 211

8.9.12 Configuration mode .................................................................................... 211

8.9.13 Measures used to ensure integrity of configuration process ......................... 211

8.9.14 Download process ...................................................................................... 213

8.9.15 Verification process .................................................................................... 216

8.9.16 Verification process .................................................................................... 218

8.9.17 Configuration error analysis ....................................................................... 219

8.10 Electronic Data Sheets extensions for safety ..................................................... 223

8.10.1 General rules for EDS based safety devices ............................................... 223

8.10.2 EDS extensions for safety .......................................................................... 224

8.11 Requirements for CP 2/2 ................................................................................... 229

8.11.1 EPI rules for safety messages that travel over CP 2/2 ................................. 229

8.11.2 Default safety I/O service ........................................................................... 229

8.11.3 Duplicate IP detection ................................................................................ 229

8.11.4 Priority for safety connections .................................................................... 229

8.12 Requirements for CP 2/3 ................................................................................... 230

8.12.1 Allocation of CP 2/3 identifiers ................................................................... 230

8.12.2 Additional requirements .............................................................................. 232

8.13 CP 16/3 requirements ....................................................................................... 232

8.13.1 General architecture for CPF 2 on CP 16/3 ................................................. 232

8.13.2 Baseline FSCP 2/1 on CP 16/3 device ........................................................ 233

8.13.3 Supported objects and services in CP 16/3 devices .................................... 234

8.13.4 Transport layer requirements ...................................................................... 234

8.13.5 FSCP 2/1 and the CP 16/3 device model .................................................... 237

8.13.6 UNID assignment on CP 16/3 ..................................................................... 238

9 System requirements ................................................................................................. 241

9.1 Indicators and switches ..................................................................................... 241

9.1.1 General indicator requirements ................................................................... 241

9.1.2 LED indications for setting the device UNID ................................................ 241

9.1.3 Module Status LED .................................................................................... 241

9.1.4 Indicator warning ....................................................................................... 242

9.1.5 Network Status LED ................................................................................... 242

9.1.6 Switches .................................................................................................... 243

9.2 Installation guidelines ........................................................................................ 245

9.3 Safety function response time ............................................................................ 246

9.3.1 Overview ................................................................................................... 246

9.3.2 Network time expectation ........................................................................... 246

9.3.3 Equations for calculating network reaction times ......................................... 247

9.4 Duration of demands ......................................................................................... 249

9.5 Constraints for calculation of system characteristics .......................................... 249

9.5.1 Number of nodes ....................................................................................... 249

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9.5.2 Network PFH ............................................................................................. 249

9.5.3 Bit Error Rate (BER) .................................................................................. 252

9.6 Maintenance ..................................................................................................... 253

9.7 Safety manual ................................................................................................... 253

10 Assessment ............................................................................................................... 253

Annex A (informative) Additional information for functional safety communication

profiles of CPF 2 ............................................................................................................... 254

A.1 Hash function example
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