Ethernet Communications Module Installation

Voltage Regulators
Service Information
Ethernet Communications Module Installation and
Operation Instructions
S225-40-8
Figure 1.
Ethernet communications module.
Contents
Safety Information ...................................................... 2
Hazard Statement Definitions .................................. 2
Safety Instructions ................................................... 2
Product Information ................................................... 3
Introduction ............................................................. 3
Acceptance and Initial Inspection ............................ 3
Handling and Storage............................................... 3
Quality Standards .................................................... 3
Configuration/Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Configuring ProView NXG Software to
Communicate with the CL-6 Control
via Ethernet Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Appendix A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Setting the IP Address of an Ethernet Card
When it is Unknown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installation Procedure ................................................ 4
Installing Ethernet Card in Cooper
Control Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installing Ethernet Card in
Non-Cooper Control Cabinets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
October 2012 • Supersedes 08/09
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SAFETY Information
The instructions in this manual are not intended as a
sub­s titute for proper training or adequate experience
in the safe operation of the equipment described.
Only competent technicians, who are familiar with this
equipment should install, operate and service it.
A competent technician has these qualifications:
nIs thoroughly familiar with these instructions.
nIs trained in industry-accepted high- and low-voltage
safe operating practices and procedures.
nIs trained and authorized to energize, de-energize, clear,
and ground power distribution equipment.
nIs trained in the care and use of protective equipment
such as flash clothing, safety glasses, face shield, hard
hat, rubber gloves, clampstick, hotstick, etc.
Following is important safety information. For safe
installation and operation of this equipment, be sure to
read and understand all cautions and warnings.
Hazard Statement Definitions
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avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
Caution: Indicates a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in
equipment damage only.
Safety Instructions
Following are general caution and warning statements that
apply to this equipment. Additional statements, related to
specific tasks and procedures, are located throughout the
manual.
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approved safety procedures when working around highand low-voltage lines and equipment. G103.3
Before installing, operating, maintaining, or testing this
equipment, carefully read and understand the contents
of this manual. Improper operation, handling or
maintenance can result in death, severe personal injury,
and equipment damage.
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Product Information
Introduction
Acceptance and Initial Inspection
Service Information S225-40-8 provides the installation
and operation instructions for a CL-6 series regulator
control Ethernet communications module.
This kit is thoroughly inspected at the factory. It is in good
condition when accepted by the carrier for shipment.
Read This Manual First
Read and understand the contents of this manual and
follow all locally approved procedures and safety practices
before installing or operating this equipment. Read and
understand the manuals detailing the installation and
operation of the regulator and the regulator control used
with the regulator. Refer to S225-11-1 CL-6 Series Control
Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Instructions
for information on the CL-6 series voltage regulator
control. Refer to S225-10-30 VR-32 Voltage Regulator
with Quik-Drive™ Tap-Changer Installation, Operation, and
Maintenance Instructions for information on the Cooper
Power Systems voltage regulator with Quik-Drive tapchanger.
Upon receipt of the regulator kit, a thorough inspection
should be made for damage, evidence of rough handling,
or shortages. Should this initial inspection reveal evidence
of rough handling, damage, or shortages, it should be
noted on the bill of lading and a claim should immediately
be made with the carrier. Also, notify your Cooper Power
Systems representative.
Handling and Storage
Be careful during handing and storage of equipment to
minimize the possibility of damage. If the regulator kit is not
to be placed into immediate use, store the kit where the
possibility of damage is minimized.
Quality Standards
Additional Information
ISO 9001 Certified Quality Management System
These instructions cannot cover all details or variations
in the equipment, procedures, or process described nor
provide directions for meeting every possible contingency
during installation, operation, or maintenance. For additional
information, please contact your Cooper Power Systems
representative.
Description
The Communications module accessory kit provides
an interface for digital communication using DNP 3.0
protocol. For more information on DNP 3.0 protocol refer
to Reference Information R225-90-10 Data Dictionary
Assignments for Communications Protocol DNP3 for
use with CL-6 Series Regulator Controls and Reference
Information R225-90-11 Device Profile Document for
Communications Protocol DNP3 for use with CL-6 Series
Regulator Control.
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Installation Procedure
Table 1
Kit Parts Identification, Kit 57A64328400A
Ethernet Communication Module for CL-6 Controls
Item Description
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Interface Cable
Tools and Additional Accessories Required
Qty
Standard Screw Driver
1
2
Nylon cable clip
1
3
Machine screw, 6-32 x 1/2, round head
2
4
Flat washer, #8, stainless steel
2
5
Cable tie
8
6
Lock washer, #6, stainless steel
2
7
Ethernet/FO Communication Board
1
8
Stand-off stud, 1 1/4"
4
9
Stand-off stud 1/2"
6
10
Machine screw, 10-32 x 3/8", stainless steel
4
11
Lead assembly, #20, white/black
1
12
Lock washer, #10, stainless steel
4
13
Flat washer, #10, brass
4
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Lead assembly, #20, white
1
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Reference Drawings
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Installing Ethernet Card in Cooper
Control Cabinets
Follow these instructions to install the Ethernet
Communications module accessory kits into a CL-6
series control from Cooper Power Systems. The preferred
mounting location is the control box back panel or on the
back of the CL-6B control. For instructions on installing the
module on the back of the control, see the section in this
manual "Installing Ethernet Card in Non-Cooper Control
Cabinets".
1.De-energize the control panel according to the regulator
manufacturers instructions.
On Cooper Power Systems control boxes, open the
V1 and V6 (if present) knife switches and close the
C switch on the back panel. This will de-energize
the control panel and also the back panel below the
switches.
2.Locate the four mounting holes on the control back
panel. See Figure 2.
Note: These mounting holes are threaded to accept
the stand-off studs.
3.Screw the 1 ¼” threaded stand-off studs into the
mounting holes on the control box back panel. See
Figure 2.
Figure 2.
Module mounting location with stand-off studs
mounted, control box back panel.
4.Using the 10-32 x 3/8” screws, brass washers, and
#10 lock washers, mount the communications module
to the stand-off studs. The brass washer is placed
directly on the communications module; the lock
washer is placed between the brass washer and the
screw.
Note: The ST (fiber-optic) connectors should point
down.
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N Terminal
L Terminal
6.Connect the provided interface cable to the jack on the
right side of the communications module. See Figure 5.
7.Loosen the module mounting screw next to the RJ-45
port (lower right corner). Place the fork terminal of
the grounding lead from the interface cable between
the brass washer and the communication board and
retighten the screw. See Figure 5.
Figure 3.
Connecting power to module.
Terminal Block
Figure 5.
Connecting interface cable to module.
8.Install the second end of the interface cable to the CL-6
control panel. Mount the control cable fork terminal
lead (grounding lead) to the second threaded hole
adjacent the accessory jacks. See Figure 6. Use the
6-32 x 1/2” screw, #8 Flat washer, and #6 Lock washer
to accomplish this.
Figure 4.
RCT Terminal Block, use to obtain 115 Vac power
source.
5.Connect 115 Vac power to the three-position terminal
block on the right-hand side of the communication
module. Using the White lead supplied, connect the
"N" position to the COM position on the terminal block
next to the RCT. Using the White/Black lead, connect
the "L" position to the 115 position on the terminal
block next to the RCT. See Figures 3 and 4.
Figure 6.
Connecting interface cable to CL-6 control panel.
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9.Push the interface cable terminal connector into an
open accessory jack on the side of the control panel
(on CL-6 controls, the hinge side). Use the lower jack,
Com 2, unless it is already in use. See Figure 6.
10.Use the supplied Nylon cable clip, route the control
cable through the clip and mount the clip to the control
using the threaded hole adjacent the accessory jacks.
See Figure 6.
11.Route the cable along the back of the control panel and
add cable ties where appropriate.
12.Set the DIP switch setting.
Ethernet Communication Module
A.Fiber communication set the DIP to Fiber position
B.Copper communication set the DIP to the Copper
position
Installing Ethernet Card in NonCooper Control Cabinets
Follow the steps below when mounting the communication
module to a CL-6B series control which is in an enclosure
from a manufacturer other than Cooper Power Systems.
1.De-energize the control panel according to the regulator
manufacturers’ instructions.
2.The communications board may be mounted at two
possible locations on the rear of the CL-6B control
panel. Each location is defined by four threaded
mounting holes. Locate one set of four mounting holes
on the rear of the CL-6B control panel. See Figure 8.
Choose the set of mounting holes that best fits the
space available in the cabinet.
3.Screw the 1/2" threaded stand-off studs into the rear of
the CL-6B control panel. See Figure 8.
4.Go to Step 4 (on page 2) to continue the installation
process.
Figure 7.
Ethernet Communication Module.
Figure 8.
Stand-off studs on control panel.
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CONFIGURATION / OPERATION
The Ethernet module must be configured before it can
be accessed on the network. The CL-6 must also be
configured to support the specific protocol and baud rate
desired. Follow the steps below to configure the Ethernet
Module and the CL-6 control.
1.Install the Ethernet module as shown the instructions
above.
2.Connect the Card to your laptop/PC using a network
cable. Set the dip switch on the card to copper. If
connecting directly between the Ethernet card and
a laptop/PC, a network cross-over cable may be
required. However, laptops/PCs manufactured within
the last several years should not require a cross over
cable. A standard network cable may be used in these
applications.
3.Power up the control and communication module.
4.Set your laptop/PC network settings to access the default address of the Ethernet card. Some systems will need the
TCP/IP settings updated to reach the default IP address of the Ethernet card.
Suggested TCP/IP settings are:
IP address: 192.168.0.51
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0
Please note that these settings should be returned to the original settings after the installation.
5.Open your web browser and type in the Ethernet module's default IP address (192.168.0.50) in the URL field. A window
should appear requesting a user name and password. By default, there is no user name or password required.
If the login window doesn't appear, the laptop/PC and Ethernet card are not connecting. Check the following:
A. Make sure the link LED on the Ethernet card is illuminated. If not, check the following:
- Ethernet card is powered up
- Network cable is connected to both the Ethernet card and the PC/Laptop.
- A cross over cable may be required.
B. Make sure the IP Address of the laptop/PC are updated as shown in step 4. To check this, go to START button, select
RUN, and type in command. At the command prompt, type in IPCONFIG and hit the enter button. The IP address
displayed must match the IP Address in Step 4.
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6.Simply hit OK, and the Welcome Screen will appear. Click on Basic Settings (located on the left hand of the screen) to
get to the screen shown below.
7.We recommend using a static IP address. The information needed can be obtained from your IT department.
8. Configure the remaining settings as needed. Using the default is recommended.
9.Once the IP address is set, press "Save Changes" and click “Commit Settings”.
10.Make sure the CL-6 is powered on
11.With the Ethernet module connected to Com 2 on the CL-6 control, set Function Code 160 (on the CL-6 control) to
DNP.
12.With the Ethernet module connected to Com 2 on the CL-6 control, set Function Code 161 (on the CL-6 control) to
9600 baud rate. This should match the speed configured in the Ethernet card in Step 6 above.
For more information on the CL-6 DNP configuration, see the CL-6 Service Information S225-11-1 CL-6 Series Control
Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Instructions.
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Configuring ProView NXG™ Software to Communicate with the CL-6
Control via Ethernet Card
1.Connect your computer to the Ethernet card, or the network on which the CL-6 control resides. Then start ProView™
NXG software.
2.Select the CL-6 control as the desired control and select the desired language and then click Launch.
3.In order to establish communications with a control for the first time, a communications port must be configured. Select
Manage > Connections to open the Manage Connections dialog box.
4.In the Manage Connections dialog box, select Add.
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5.Select TCP/IP (Network) from the connection type dropdown.
6.In the Manage Connections–Add TCP/IP Port dialog box, enter the required information:
A. Connection Name–Basic description of the port being configured. As a default, the IP address and Port number
will be included in the name and does not need to be added to the name created.
B. TCP/IP Address–The address of the communications module being used. The default address for a new card is
192.168.0.50.
C. Port Number–The port number of the port being used on the communications module. The default port number is
20000.
D. ProView NXG Address–Selecting Use Default will use the default Master address of the CL-6 control. If another
address is to be used, select and enter a ProView NXG Address. Click Save once the settings have been entered.
Note: See Cooper Power Systems Service Information S225-11-1 CL-6 Series Control Installation, Operation,
and Maintenance Instructions for more information on Master Address Settings.
Note: The communication port on the CL-6 series control must also be set for DNP. The function code (FC) on the
control for the settings is FC 60 for Com 1/Com 3 and FC 160 for Com 2.
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7.To start communications click on the Connect button.
8.Select the port that has just been created and select Connect to start communications.
9.A successful connection will bring up a Connect dialog box.
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Appendix A
Setting the IP Address of an Ethernet Card When it is Unknown
This procedure can be used to reset the IP address of an Ethernet communications card that has already been configured,
but the IP address is unknown.
Note: This procedure will use the ARP command in the Microsoft® Windows® command prompt. If you are using a
Windows 7® operating system, the Telnet Client feature must be enabled for the procedure to work. On Windows
XP® and Vista® operating systems, the feature should be enabled as a default. To enable the Telnet Client feature,
go to the Control Panel and click on Programs and Features. On the top left of the Programs and Features dialog
box, click on Turn Windows Features On or Off. In the Windows® Features dialog box, check Telnet Client and then
click OK.
To reset the IP address, use the following steps:
1.Turn power off to CL-6 control's Ethernet card. Set the dip switch to copper. Install the RJ45 Cat5 or Cat6 cable into
the connector on the card.
Note: For computers manufactured over the last several years, a standard straight through cable will work; older
computers may require the use of a crossover cable.
2.Install the other end of the cable into your computer. Disable any other active network connections, including wireless
connections.
3.Turn power on to CL-6 control's Ethernet card.
4.Start a command prompt by clicking Start -> Run, typing cmd in the window and clicking OK.
5.Assign a temporary address to the communications card by typing at the command prompt the command Arp -s xxx.
xxx.xxx.xxx 00-20-4a-yy-yy-yy and then press enter. The xxx is the IP address that you want to assign to the card
and yy is the remaining Media Access Control (MAC) address
digits found on the label on the communications card.
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6.You can confirm that the temporary IP assignment occurred by typing the command Arp –a at the command prompt. If
the assignment occurred, you will see the newly assigned IP address being associated with the MAC address in the list
that appears.
Note: Typing the command Arp –d and hitting enter will remove all temporarily assigned IP addresses created with the
Arp –s command. This can be done when the process is complete in preparation for setting the IP address on
other communications cards.
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7.At the command prompt type Telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 1 where xxx is the IP address temporarily assigned in Step 5.
This command should time out almost immediately and it will indicate that the connection failed.
8.At the command prompt type Telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 9999 where xxx is the IP address temporarily assigned in Step 5.
This command will run through a number of lines and end up with the prompt to Press Enter for the Setup Mode. Within
3 seconds of the command being executed, press enter to go into the Setup Mode.
9.Type in 0 to select Server and hit enter.
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10.Type in the four parts of the new IP address at the prompt and hit enter after each. In this case the default IP address
(192.168.0.50) was entered, but any address could be used. After the IP address is entered, hit enter three (3) more
times to select the default inputs for each of the remaining settings.
11. Type in 9 and hit enter to Save and Exit.
12.The entry of the new IP address is now complete.
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