Siemens BH17 7ER Installation guide

Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
General, Installation, Commissioning &
Maintenance Handbook
for
Stratos Outstation
667/HB/52250/000
THIS DOCUMENT IS ELECTRONICALLY APPROVED
AND HELD IN THE SIEMENS DOCUMENT CONTROL TOOL
All PAPER COPIES ARE DEEMED UNCONTROLLED COPIES
Division/BU
Department
Name
Prepared By
Mobility and
Solutions
Engineering
C. Rabe
J. Ballantine
J. Hollingworth
Logistics,
Checked and Released
Traffic Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Engineering
D.A.Martin
Function
Lead Engineer
Engineering Manager
Date
December 2014
December 2014
COPYRIGHT STATEMENT
The information contained herein is the property of Siemens plc. and is supplied without
liability for errors or omissions. No part may be reproduced or used except as authorised by
contract or other written permission. The copyright and the foregoing restriction on
reproduction and use extend to all media in which the information may be embodied.
Copyright Siemens plc 2014 All Rights Reserved
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
1 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
SAFETY INFORMATION
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT DUE TO THE HAZARDS PRESENT WITHIN THE
STRATOS OUTSTATION ALL POWER TO THE UNIT IS DISCONNECTED BEFORE
WORKING ON THE UNIT (EXTERNAL MONITORED SUPPLIES MAY STILL BE
CONNECTED WHEN THE UNITS MAINS SUPPLY HAS BEEN ISOLATED). WHERE A
RISK ASSESSMENT AND METHOD STATEMENT FOR THE WORKS TO BE
COMPLETED AND / OR THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OEM EQUIPMENT BEING
INSTALLED OR REMOVED ALLOWS, LIVE WORKING MAY BE CONSIDERED.
Safety of Maintenance Personnel
In the interests of health and safety, when using or servicing this equipment the following
instructions must be noted and adhered to:
Only skilled or instructed personnel with relevant technical knowledge and experience,
who are also familiar with the safety procedures required when dealing with modern
electrical/electronic equipment are to be allowed to use and/or work on the equipment.
All work shall be performed in accordance with the Electricity at Work Regulations
1989 or the relevant local, state and government regulations.
Such personnel must take heed of all relevant notes, cautions and warnings in this
Handbook and any other Document or Handbook associated with the equipment
including, but not restricted to, the following:
The equipment must be correctly connected to the specified incoming power
supply.
The equipment must be disconnected / isolated from the incoming power supply
before removing any protective covers or working on any part from which the
protective covers have been removed.
Any power tools must be regularly inspected and tested.
Any ladders used must be inspected before use to ensure they are sound and not
damaged.
When using a ladder, before climbing it, ensure that it is erected properly and is not
liable to collapse or move. If using a ladder near a carriageway, ensure that the
area is properly coned and signed.
Any personnel working on site must wear the appropriate protective clothing, e.g.
reflective vests, etc.
There are various RJ45 connectors used to connect to peripheral boards
within the Stratos Outstation. Most are not Ethernet ports (See Figure 4) and
should not be connected to other equipment, including PCs to avoid damage
to the Stratos Outstation or user equipment.
The configuration process should only be carried out by persons who are adequately
trained, have a full understanding of the needs of the county or region were the unit is to
be used and are experienced in the tasks to be undertaken.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
2 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Safety of Road Users
It is important that all personnel are aware of the dangers to road users that could arise
during repair and maintenance of traffic control equipment.
Ensure that the working area is coned and signed as necessary to warn motorists and
pedestrians of any dangers and to help protect the personnel working on the site.
Safety Warning – Lead Acid Battery
This equipment may contain a sealed lead acid battery depending on variant type.
Do not short circuit, puncture, take apart, incinerate, crush, immerse, force discharge,
ingest or expose to temperatures above the declared operating temperature range of the
product, otherwise there is a risk of fire or explosion.
Batteries should be handled and stored carefully to avoid short circuits. Do not store in
disorderly fashion, or allow metal objects to be mixed with stored batteries. Keep batteries
between 0°C and 35°C for prolonged storage.
The battery is a sealed unit which is not hazardous when used according to these
recommendations. Do not breathe vapours or touch any internal material with bare hands
should the battery become damaged in any way.
Battery disposal method should be in accordance with local, state and government
regulations. In many countries, batteries should not be disposed of into ordinary
household waste. They must be recycled properly to protect the environment and to cut
down on the waste of precious resources.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
3 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Change History:
Issue Change Reference
Date
1
Dec 2014
First Issued
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
4 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Introduction............................................................................................................. 9
Purpose .................................................................................................................. 9
Contact Us ............................................................................................................. 9
Related Documents ................................................................................................ 9
Abbreviations........................................................................................................ 10
Third Party Information ......................................................................................... 11
Trademarks .......................................................................................................... 11
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
General ................................................................................................................ 12
Product Features .................................................................................................. 12
Product Variants ................................................................................................... 12
Product Overview ................................................................................................. 13
Semi-Integral Interface to Controller ..................................................................... 14
Freestanding Interface to Controller ..................................................................... 15
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18
Product Features Description ............................................................................... 16
UTMC OTU .......................................................................................................... 16
MOVA (Microprocessor Optimised Vehicle Actuation) .......................................... 16
Digital Input /Output .............................................................................................. 16
Backup Power for Last Gasp Dial ......................................................................... 16
Clock System ....................................................................................................... 17
Self-Test Facility ................................................................................................... 17
Lamp Supply Monitoring ....................................................................................... 17
User Interface ....................................................................................................... 17
Fault Table ........................................................................................................... 18
System Log .......................................................................................................... 18
Site Log ................................................................................................................ 18
Remote Reboot .................................................................................................... 18
Inventory Information ............................................................................................ 19
Site Information Export ......................................................................................... 19
Licensing .............................................................................................................. 19
The Heart ............................................................................................................. 20
Firmware Update .................................................................................................. 20
OSS ..................................................................................................................... 20
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.5
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
System Components ............................................................................................ 21
System Block Diagram ......................................................................................... 21
GSPI .................................................................................................................... 22
Power Supply ....................................................................................................... 22
The CPU Board .................................................................................................... 22
CPU LEDs ............................................................................................................ 25
Changing the Heart .............................................................................................. 25
Installing a License Card ...................................................................................... 27
Replacing the CPU card ....................................................................................... 27
USB to 25 Way D Type Adaptor ........................................................................... 27
The PSU Board .................................................................................................... 28
PSU LEDs ............................................................................................................ 30
PSU Faults ........................................................................................................... 30
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
5 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.6.6
4.6.7
4.7
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
4.8.5
4.8.6
4.8.7
4.8.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
Pinouts ................................................................................................................. 31
Switches and Fuses ............................................................................................. 33
Changing Fuses ................................................................................................... 34
PSU Board address .............................................................................................. 34
Replacing a faulty PSU board ............................................................................... 34
Inbuilt Backup Battery........................................................................................... 34
The 48-16 I/O Board ............................................................................................. 38
I/O LEDs............................................................................................................... 41
I/O Faults.............................................................................................................. 41
Connector Pinouts ................................................................................................ 42
Changing Fuses ................................................................................................... 44
I/O Board Rotary Address Switch ......................................................................... 44
Replacing the I/O Board ....................................................................................... 44
I/O Board Kits & Assembly ................................................................................... 44
TC12 Adaptor Board............................................................................................. 45
The Intelligent Detector Backplane ....................................................................... 46
Single Detector Backplane ................................................................................... 48
Racks ................................................................................................................... 49
5
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
Installation And Commissioning ............................................................................ 50
Pre-Requisites ...................................................................................................... 50
Documentation ..................................................................................................... 50
Qualifications ........................................................................................................ 50
Tools .................................................................................................................... 50
Preparation ........................................................................................................... 52
Assembly.............................................................................................................. 52
Mounting the Stratos Outstation ........................................................................... 52
Power Supply Connection .................................................................................... 54
Controller Serial Connection ................................................................................. 55
I/O and Detector connections ............................................................................... 56
IP Communications .............................................................................................. 56
Lamp Supply ........................................................................................................ 57
Powering .............................................................................................................. 60
Installing Additional Licenses................................................................................ 60
Configuration ........................................................................................................ 60
Observing LEDs ................................................................................................... 61
Testing, Validation and Site Acceptance............................................................... 62
6
Self Test ............................................................................................................... 63
7
7.2
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 65
Regular Maintenance ........................................................................................... 65
First Line .............................................................................................................. 65
Replacing the CPU Board..................................................................................... 66
Replacing the PSU Board ..................................................................................... 67
Replacing the 48-16 I/O Board ............................................................................. 67
Replacing the Internal Backup Battery .................................................................. 68
Replacing Fuses................................................................................................... 70
Appendix A
Technical Specification............................................................................ 73
Appendix B
Part Numbers and Spares List ................................................................ 76
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
6 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Appendix C
Installation & Commissioning Guide ........................................................ 78
Appendix D
Stratos Outstation Basic Unit General Assembly ..................................... 80
Appendix E
Stratos Outstation I/O & TC12 Adaptor General Assembly...................... 81
Appendix F
Stratos Outstation Rack General Assembly............................................. 82
Figure 1 – Typical Semi-Integral Stratos Outstation Connectivity .....................................14
Figure 2 – Typical Freestanding Stratos Outstation Connectivity .....................................15
Figure 3 – Stratos Outstation System Overview ...............................................................21
Figure 4 – CPU Board Front/Rear Connections ...............................................................23
Figure 5 – CPU Board Layout ..........................................................................................23
Figure 6 – PSU Board ......................................................................................................28
Figure 7 – PSU Board Layout ..........................................................................................28
Figure 8 – PSU Board Front/Rear Connections ...............................................................29
Figure 9 – 48-16 I/O Board ..............................................................................................38
Figure 10 – I/O Board Front/Rear Connections ................................................................39
Figure 11 – I/O Board Layout ...........................................................................................40
Figure 12 – I/O Board Connector Pinout ..........................................................................42
Figure 13 – I/O Wiring ......................................................................................................45
Figure 14 – TC12 Adaptor Fitted ......................................................................................45
Figure 15 – Intelligent Detector Backplane Wiring ............................................................47
Figure 16 – Single Detector Backplane Wiring .................................................................48
Figure 17 – Stratos Outstation Mains Lead ......................................................................54
Figure 18 – CPU Board Fixings........................................................................................66
Figure 19 – CPU Removal ...............................................................................................67
Figure 20 – I/O Board Fixings ..........................................................................................68
Figure 21 – Power Supply Board .....................................................................................70
Figure 22 – Power Supply Module Fixings .......................................................................71
Figure 23 – Access to Fuses on PSU Board ....................................................................72
Figure 24 – 48-16 I/O Board ............................................................................................72
Table 1 – Outstation / Controller Interface Summary Table ..............................................13
Table 2 – Board Available Inventory Data ........................................................................19
Table 3 – Available Licences ...........................................................................................20
Table 4 – Power Supply Voltages ....................................................................................22
Table 5 – CPU Board Connector Functions and Types ....................................................24
Table 6 – 4 Way 3.81mm pitch – Modem power and DC Power ......................................24
Table 7 – CPU Board LED States ....................................................................................25
Table 8 – PSU Board Connector Functions and Types ....................................................29
Table 9 – PSU & I/O Board LED States ...........................................................................30
Table 10 – PSU board fault troubleshooting .....................................................................31
Table 11 – PSU Inputs and Outputs - 15 Way 3.5mm pitch .............................................31
Table 12 – Lamp Supply & General Functions Connector Pinout .....................................32
Table 13 – General Functions Detailed Description .........................................................33
Table 14 – PSU Board Fuses ..........................................................................................33
Table 15 – PSU Board Switches ......................................................................................34
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
7 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Table 16 – Inbuilt battery backup troubleshooting ............................................................36
Table 17 – I/O Board Connector Functions and Types.....................................................40
Table 18 – PSU & I/O Board LED States .........................................................................41
Table 19 – I/O board fault troubleshooting .......................................................................42
Table 20 – I/O Connector Pinout ......................................................................................43
Table 21 – IDB IO Mapping..............................................................................................48
Table 22 – Rack Population Guide...................................................................................49
Table 23 – Rack Blanking Plates .....................................................................................49
Table 24 – Controller RS232 Baud Rates and Cable Variants .........................................55
Table 25 – Controller RS232 Cable Part Numbers ...........................................................56
Table 26 – 4 Way 3.81mm pitch – Modem power and DC Power ....................................57
Table 27 – CPU Board LED States ..................................................................................61
Table 28 – PSU & I/O Board LED States .........................................................................62
Table 29 – System Self Test Scenario .............................................................................64
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
8 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1
Purpose
This handbook gives details of the facilities available in the Stratos Outstation and
describes the procedures for the Installation and Commissioning and provides guidance
on routine maintenance and fault finding:
Sections 2 to 3 cover the general operation and product features.
Section 4 details the hardware components and connections.
Section 5 details the Installation & Commissioning process.
Section 7 covers maintenance.
1.2
Contact Us
If you have any comments on this handbook, need any further information or need to
contact Poole Engineering you can contact us at trafficwebmaster.stc@siemens.com.
1.3
Related Documents
667/HU/46000/000
User Interface Handbook (ST950 & Stratos Outstation)
667/HB/46000/003
MOVA 7 Handbook (ST950 & Stratos Outstation)
667/HB/46000/004
UTMC OTU Handbook (ST950 & Stratos Outstation)
667/RE/29050/000
Siemens OID Elexon Codes
667/DZ/52250/000
Stratos Outstation Family Tree
667/HQ/46000/001
ST950/ Stratos Outstation Communication Connection
Options Quick Start Guide
667/HQ/31601/001
MOVA Quick Start Guide for UTMC/ MOVA OTU
and Stratos Outstation
667/HQ/32621/000
Gemini to TC12 Adaptor Quick Start Guide
667/HQ/31601/000
UG405 Quick Start Guide
667/CI/55220/000
Stratos Outstation UTMC Commissioning Data
667/CI/55220/002
Stratos Outstation SAT Sheet
667/HQ/31601/002
MOVA7 Alerts on UTMC/MOVA OTU
667/CI/45025/000
IP Router Installation Guide
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
9 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
1.4
Abbreviations
AC
Alternating Current
CPU
Central Processing Unit
DC
Direct Current
ELV
Extra Low Voltage
ESP
Enhanced Serial Port
GSPI
Siemens proprietary protocol - General Serial Peripheral Interface
GPS
Global Positioning System
HPU
ST900/950ELV High Power Unit
IDB
Intelligent Detector Backplane
I/O
Input / Output
IP
Internet Protocol
LED
Light Emitting Diode
LV
Low Voltage (Mains)
mA
milliamps
MDU
ST800/900/950 Mains Distribution Unit
MOVA
Microprocessor Optimised Vehicle Actuation
ms
milliseconds
NTP
Network Time Protocol
OTU
Outstation Transmission Unit
PSU
Power Supply Unit
UTC
Urban Traffic Control
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
10 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
1.5
Third Party Information
Embedded in this product are free software files that you may copy, distribute and/or
modify under the terms of their respective licenses, such as the GNU General Public
License, the GNU Lesser General Public License, the modified BSD license and the MIT
license. In the event of conflicts between Siemens license conditions and the Open
Source Software license conditions, the Open Source Software conditions shall prevail
with respect to the Open Source Software portions of the software.
On written request within three years from the date of product purchase and against
payment of our expenses we will supply source code in line with the terms of the
applicable license. For this, please contact us at:
Open Source Clearing
Product Development
Engineering Department
Siemens Mobility Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane
Poole
Dorset
BH17 7ER
UK
Generally, these embedded free software files are distributed in the hope that they will be
useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, without even implied warranty such as for
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, and without liability
for any Siemens entity other than as explicitly documented in your purchase contract.
All open source software components used within the product are listed on the device web
page.
1.6 Trademarks
The following terms used in this document are trademarks of their respective owners:
USB is a trademark of USB Implementers Forum, Inc.
SD is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC in the United States, other countries or both.
Linux is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
11 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
2 GENERAL
The Siemens Stratos Outstation provides UTMC OTU and MOVA functions on a modular
platform in a compact form factor.
2.1
Product Features
The main features of the Stratos Outstation are:
MOVA7 and/or UTMC OTU functionality.
User interface with the same look and feel as Siemens ST950 Traffic Controllers.
Date stamped rolling log providing detailed history of events and faults.
Uncomplicated web browser user interface capable of multi-language support.
Support for up to 152 input and 50 output lines via I/O boards.
In-situ firmware updates.
A Mass Storage device (Known as the Heart) contains restore points for the Outstation
(firmware backups, configuration data, logs etc) allowing fast repair by board
replacement and Mass Storage device transfer.
Extended features licensed through encrypted license card.
Two Integrated Ethernet interfaces.
Four USB Host interfaces for memory devices, license card readers, WiFi dongle,
optional RS232 handset adaptor.
One USB Device interface for PC connection (web pages & command line interface).
Mains powered with Inbuilt AC/DC Power supply.
Internal 'last gasp' unit support battery.
LV/ELV lamp supply monitor.
Board interconnection via GSPI see section 4.2
A detailed technical specification can be found in Appendix A.
2.2
Product Variants
The Stratos Outstation can be used in 3 main configurations:
Semi–integral – Serial connection to controller.
Freestanding – Serial and parallel connection to controller.
TC12 to UTMC OTU conversion – Free standing with TC12 I/O adaptor board.
The Stratos Outstation can be ordered in several rack configurations:
No rack.
11” Rack.
19” Rack.
The full range of pre-built variants is shown in the product family tree: 667/DZ/52250/000.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
12 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
2.3
Product Overview
The Stratos Outstation provides control and monitoring of traffic controllers and other onstreet equipment. The outstation provides an Ethernet port for IP connectivity to an
instation.
The controller interface can be either semi-integral, where the data is transferred via
RS232, or freestanding, where the interface is via individual I/O relay contacts. The
interface summary for each controller type is given in the following table:Supplier
Siemens
Controller
RS232
Protocol *
#
ESP
ESP #
ESP #
#
ESP
ESP #
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ASCII-7bit
ST950
ST800
ST900
ST750
ST700
T400
T500
Microsense / MPC
Telent
MTC
Sentinel
Optima
Peek
TSC3
TRX
PTC-1
TSP
Motus
TM150
TM150 2P
* See section 5.6 for cables and baud rates.
#
ESP = Enhanced Serial Port, binary message protocol
Interface
type
Semiintegral
Free
Standing
Table 1 – Outstation / Controller Interface Summary Table
The semi-integral and freestanding interfaces are described in the sections below.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
13 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
2.3.1 Semi-Integral Interface to Controller
Figure 1 – Typical Semi-Integral Stratos Outstation Connectivity
The following data is transferred between the controller and the outstation via RS232
serial cable.
UTC control and reply signals (stage force, confirm etc) as configured by IC4
MOVA stage forces and confirms as configured by IC4
Selected controller detector states as configured by IC4, for use as UTC SCOOT
detectors and MOVA detectors
Faults, for display on outstation fault table
Controller Log, for display on outstation web interface *1
IC4 configuration upload *2
Remote handset text
* 1 - When interfacing to an ST950 controller, the controller log transferred to the
outstation is a sub-set of the full log. The web interface on the ST950 should be accessed
directly to examine the controller log details.
* 2 - When interfacing to an ST950 controller, the IC4 configuration file is not transferred
to the outstation. The web interface on the ST950 should be accessed directly to upload
the IC4 configuration.
A dedicated input is provided for the controller lamp supply voltage (see section 3.7).
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
14 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
2.3.2 Freestanding Interface to Controller
Figure 2 – Typical Freestanding Stratos Outstation Connectivity
The RS232 serial cable is used only for remote handset.
The following data is transferred between the controller and the outstation via TR2523
compliant voltage-free relay contacts.
UTC control and reply signals (stage force, confirm etc)
MOVA stage forces and confirms
Detectors for SCOOT and UTC are wired directly to the outstation.
A dedicated input is provided for the controller lamp supply voltage (see section 3.7).
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
15 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
3 PRODUCT FEATURES DESCRIPTION
3.1
UTMC OTU
The UTMC OTU application implements both the Simple UTC MIB (TS004.004:2008
UM/004) and the Full UTC or UG405 MIB (TS004.004:2008UM/008).
The facilities are described in detail in the UTMC OTU Handbook 667/HB/46000/004.
3.2
MOVA (Microprocessor Optimised Vehicle Actuation)
The MOVA algorithm monitors the movement of vehicles through an intersection and then
adjusts the operation of the controller to optimise its flow. The Stratos Outstation
implements MOVA7.
Up to four MOVA 'kernels' (instances of the MOVA application) can be enabled with the
appropriate licenses, with each MOVA 'kernel' controlling and monitoring one stream of
the traffic controller.
The MOVA facilities are described in detail in the MOVA Handbook 667/HB/46000/003.
3.3
Digital Input /Output
The Stratos outstation can be fitted with various I/O options for connection to detection
equipment and freestanding interface to controllers.
The integrated PSU board (section 4.6) includes a small number of I/O.
A maximum of three 48-16 I/O boards (section 0) can be fitted to the Stratos Outstation.
This provides a maximum general purpose I/O count for a Stratos Outstation as:
Inputs:
3 x 48-16 I/O boards: 48 x 3 inputs = 144 inputs
16 x 3 outputs = 48 outputs
Plus
1 x PSU board:
8 inputs
2 outputs
Total: 152 inputs, 50 outputs
It is also possible to connect the Intelligent Detector Backplane kit 667/1/32910/950 for
connection to loop detectors (section 4.9).
3.4
Backup Power for Last Gasp Dial
The inbuilt backup battery will be adequate for most backup applications where the
Stratos Outstation must communicate the power loss state to an in-station. The battery
backup period is set in firmware to 1 minute. After this time the Stratos Outstation will
switch itself off. Typically the backup power will also support any connected 48-16 IO
cards and a range of communications devices (e.g. IP router). The main supply (either AC
mains or 24V) must be re-instated for the unit to power on. The 1 minute period will be
sufficient in most cases for the communications to take place (last gasp dial). This period
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
16 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
protects and maximizes battery life. For more information see section 4.7 and the IP
Router Installation Guide 667/CI/45025/000.
3.5
Clock System
The software real time clock that controls the system records seconds, minutes, hours,
day, month, year and day of week. The clock also has a standby RTC circuit which
remains supported during power failures for up to 48 Hours.
An external RTC backup input on the CPU board (Modem Power Connector Pin 4 - Table
5) can be linked to the RTC output on the PSU board (General Functions Connector Pin 1
- Table 12) to provide extended RTC backup from the lead acid battery.
The clock can be synchronised to network time (NTP) over a suitable IP network. NTP
synchronisation is required for UG405 UTC operation.
3.6
Self-Test Facility
The Self-Test functionality is primarily intended for factory testing as many of the tests
require special loopback adaptors. The feature may prove useful when diagnosing certain
faults in the field. Self-Test checks as much of the hardware as possible and may be run
on demand from the Tester webpage. It is a completely separate function provided by the
firmware.
The self test facilities are described in detail in section 6.
3.7
Lamp Supply Monitoring
The Lamp supply monitor provides a means to check that the lamp supply voltage is dim
or bright and within specification. The two terminal input can accept either LV or ELV
voltages. Connect the lamp supply to the two pin Lamp Supply Monitor Connector on the
PSU Board (section 5.9).
Currently the lamp supply RMS voltage is available via the webpage real time view (see
below); however future software features will integrate this information with the instation
for monitoring.
Webpage - Status and Configuration – System – Status – Real Time View
then selecting Stratos – Lamp Supply Voltage.
3.8
User Interface
The primary interface for user actions is a web based interface available locally over the
USB handset port and WiFi (with suitable USB WiFi dongle) and on a network via the
Ethernet interface. This interface gives access to and control of all areas necessary for
day to day maintenance including:
System Status and Configuration.
System Log.
Fault Table.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
17 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
A command line text interface is also available (e.g. for use with remote terminals or
handset connection) along with a simple text based menu system to allow straightforward
maintenance without the need for knowledge of handset commands or use of a PC.
The User Interface
667/HU/46000/000.
3.9
is described
in
detail
in
the
User
Interface
Handbook
Fault Table
The Fault Table shows faults and notifications that are currently active.
A fault is an abnormal condition which requires corrective action to be taken.
A notification provides information to the user but does not necessarily require any
immediate action.
Many faults will be automatically removed from the Fault Table when the condition which
caused the fault is removed. Some faults are latched and require manual clearing. A
button is displayed next to this latter type of fault which can be used to clear the fault. To
clear the fault, press the button and follow the instructions.
For more information see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
3.10 System Log
Important events are recorded in the System Log. The source of the event with the date
and time at which the event occurred is recorded along with an indication of its severity:
Error
Notice
Warning
Information
With the default logging level configuration, only events with severity level of “Notice” and
“Error” are recorded in the System Log. The logging level can be configured separately for
each software function.
For more information see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
3.11 Site Log
The Site Log records significant site events. System firmware update is automatically
recorded in the site log. It is also possible for the user to create text records, either with or
without a file attachment.
Attachments can be useful to record site details through diagrams, photographs,
documents, etc.
For more information see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
3.12 Remote Reboot
Remote reboot allows the Stratos Outstation to be rebooted. This function is available on
the System web page.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
18 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
3.13 Inventory Information
Where available, inventory information is collected about the various assets within the
system (software and hardware). This information is available from the web page:
Status and Configuration – System – Status – Inventory – Devices
For more information see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
The following boards contain inventory information:
Data
CPU
PSU
48-16
IO
TC12
Adaptor
IDB
Part Number
Hardware Issue
Serial Number
Date
Manufacture
of
Description
Software
number(s)
Issue
part
and
Table 2 – Board Available Inventory Data
3.14 Site Information Export
A summary of the current state of a site can be easily extracted for review and archive.
The information can be extracted on demand and takes the form of a single compressed
file containing the following information:
System log
Summary of current status
Site log
Hardware and firmware versions
The current configuration data file
Report of installed licences
This export function is available from the System web page.
For more information see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
3.15 Licensing
Certain features within the Stratos Outstation are licensed. Licences are distributed and
held on Smart Cards. For storage on the unit, a SIM size Smart Card is fitted in the Smart
Card holder on the CPU Board. Licences are easily installed onto a Stratos Outstation
either by mounting the licence Smart Card on the CPU Board or, if a card is already fitted,
transferring the licence onto the fitted card using a USB Smart Card reader. Refer to the
User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
A summary of the available licences is shown in Table 3.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
19 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Part Number
Licence Description
667/1/47560/000
LIGHTWEIGHT TUNNEL (VPN)
667/1/47562/000
MOVA 7 STREAMS 1 AND 2
667/1/47563/000
MOVA 7 STREAMS 3 AND 4
667/1/47568/000
UTMC OTU (Stratos) – Included as standard
Table 3 – Available Licences
3.16 The Heart
The Heart holds a backup of the system which can be used to:
Clone the system onto a replacement CPU Board if the original requires replacement.
Return the system to an earlier state.
All aspects of the system are recorded in the backup including firmware, fault logs,
configuration and all changes made to the point at which the backup was taken.
The Heart is implemented using an SD card Mass Storage device fitted to the CPU Board.
The formatting of the card is such that it is not readable in a PC. There are
no user files accessible on the card.
Backups are created and written to the Heart periodically, usually at 00:30am but this can
be changed if required. Backups can also be created and saved on demand.
For more information see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
3.17 Firmware Update
Most of the firmware within the unit is stored in non-removal devices. This firmware can be
updated by the user. The following firmware can be upgraded in this way:
CPU board
Peripheral boards (48-16 I/O board and PSU board)
For more information see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
3.18 OSS
The Outstation Support Server (OSS) provides centralised management of controllers and
other types of outstation units. Installation, licensing, maintenance and use are fully
described in 667/HB/31760/100 (Outstation Support Server Handbook).
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
20 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4 SYSTEM COMPONENTS
4.1
System Block Diagram
The Stratos Outstation is a modular product that can be configured to provide many
functions. The main components and connections of the Stratos Outstation are shown in
Figure 3. General assembly drawings for the main components are shown in appendices.
110/240V
AC Mains
Input
110/240V
AC Mains
Input
IEC Inlet
AC / DC Power Supply
24V DC
Output
PSU Card
System
Comms
Fault
24V I/O Fuse
2x GSPI RJ45
CPU
LV & ELV Lamp
Supply Monitor Input
3W
10W
Batt. Fuse
RTC Out
24V internal supply output
External 24V supply input
Force Charger Off
DC holdup capacitor input
External backup battery input
8 Inputs
+
2 Outputs
(TR2523)
15W
AC
Mains
Input
2W
Battery
Isolation
Switch
Internal Backup Battery
TR2523
RS232
Interface
CPU Card
System
Comms
Busy
Modem
Power
Bottom
Top
Modem
Pwr
CPU
16W
USB
Slave
2x
GSPI
RS422
RJ45
Heart
(SD Card)
Reset
10W
License
Local User interface – Front Panel
PC
(Web/Handset)
WiFi Dongle
(Temporary
connection)
USB to 25 way
adaptor
Tablet / Phone
Legacy Handset
Terminal
Top
Ethernet
Bot
2x
USB
Host
Comms
Device
2x
Ethernet
RJ45
Communications Options
2x
USB
Host
Stratos
UTC Instation
RS232 +5V
I/O Card (3 Max)
I/O Card 3
I/O Card 2
I/O Card 1
System
Comms
Fault
GSPI
RS422
RJ45
IN
GSPI
RS422
RJ45
OUT
address
switch
24V I/O Fuse
CPU
To GSPI IN on
next I/O Card
Dual
50W
IDC
48 Inputs
+
16 Outputs
(Per card)
Optional TC12
Adaptor card
Figure 3 – Stratos Outstation System Overview
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
21 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.2
GSPI
The Generic Serial Peripheral Interface (GSPI) Bus is used within the system to connect
serial communications and power to the main intelligent components of the system. In the
Stratos Outstation the power source on the GSPI bus is the PSU board, but the
communications master is the CPU board.
The CPU board provides two RJ45 connectors to downstream peripherals both which are
on the same communications Bus. On each peripheral there are also two RJ45
connectors with “IN” and “OUT” connections allowing connection in from the master and
out to the next peripheral in the chain.
The PSU board, when powered from the Mains PSU module in normal powered mode
provides power on both its upstream and downstream GSPI RJ45 connectors. When the
Mains power fails and the unit enters battery backup mode the power is cut by software to
peripherals on the downstream (“OUT”) side in order to preserve battery capacity.
For GSPI peripherals that have a general purpose I/O capability (e.g. the PSU board and
the IO board) their IO is mapped into the CPU board in 8 bit ports for example: gspi1.in.0.
For details on the I/O mapping process refer to the UTMC OTU Handbook
667/HB/46000/004. For the IO port mapping for specific peripherals, then please see their
respective section in this document.
4.3
Power Supply
The Stratos Outstation can be powered from a standard AC mains supply or an external
DC supply.
The following supply voltages may be used:
Nominal Voltage
Minimum
Voltage
Maximum
Voltage
Frequency
Power Break Support
Time
120V, 230V
90V
264V
50/60Hz +/-4%
DC
50ms under max load*
Depends on external
supply and backup
battery configuration.
24V External DC
10V
28V
(refer to
Engineering
Poole for more
information)
* If a backup battery is fitted, then support time will be 1 minute (software controlled).
See section 3.4
Table 4 – Power Supply Voltages
4.4
The CPU Board
The CPU board holds the configuration and performs the function of configuration, control
and management. The CPU runs the Linux operating system and specific applications for
functions such as MOVA7 and UTMC OTU.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
22 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
The main external data interfaces of the CPU Board are:
Serial Interfaces (GSPI) to I/O Boards and detectors (GSPI master)
2x 10/100 Ethernet Interfaces
4x USB Host interfaces
RS232 interface to controller (TR2523 – formerly TR0141)
RS232 interface to auxiliary equipment
USB device interface for PC connection
Figure 4 – CPU Board Front/Rear Connections
Figure 5 – CPU Board Layout
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
23 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Description
Connector
1
2 x GSPI Bus master to GSPI Peripherals
Double RJ45
2
Modem Power
See Table 6 for pinout
4 way 3.81mm pitch Phoenix
3
2 x USB Host Ports (rear)
Double USB Type A
4
2 x 10/100 Ethernet Ports
(1st port is closest to PCB)
Double RJ45
5
RS232 Port – TR2523
16 way IDC boxed header
6
RS232 Port – Modem, GPS etc
10 way IDC boxed header
7
USB Handset Port
USB Type B
8
2 x USB Host Ports (front)
Double USB Type A
Table 5 – CPU Board Connector Functions and Types
Pin
Function
1
+24V DC input – Power for CPU board
when no PSU board is used
2
0V
3
Switched 24V (Nominal) Modem supply
output *
4
Optional RTC supply input (3V to 28V DC)
Table 6 – 4 Way 3.81mm pitch – Modem power and DC Power
* Note that the modem supply will follow the battery backup supply during a
mains failure. This output can range from 8 – 28V DC
For more information on supported communications devices and connection,
please refer to the IP Router Installation Guide 667/CI/45025/000.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
24 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.4.1 CPU LEDs
LED
SYSTEM
State
Description
Slow flash
Normal operation
(Green)
Medium flash
Normal operation, Fault present
Very fast
flash
Restricted mode*
COMMS
Communications
On
Under UTC control, pulses off indicate receipt of
messages
(Green)
Off
Not under UTC control, pulses on indicate receipt of
messages
BUSY
Off
Normally off
(Red)
Flashing
Flashes to indicate the system is busy performing an
operation that must not be interrupted, for example
start up, upgrade, USB "memory stick" style interface
is busy. Do not remove USB device or switch off the
outstation while this LED is flashing.
Ethernet
Connectivity
On / Flashing
Indicate activity for the two Ethernet interfaces. Top
and Bottom
Modem Power
On
Indicates that the Modem Power is on.
(inboard)
Off
Indicates that the Modem Power is off.
(2x Green
inboard)
* Restricted mode is similar to safe mode on a PC where the user can access the unit to
examine logs, diagnose problems and perform firmware updates.
Table 7 – CPU Board LED States
4.4.2 Changing the Heart
The heart should only ever need to be replaced under the following circumstances:
1.
2.
CPU Board or unit is faulty and needs to be replaced.
Heart (SD Card) is faulty.
Should the heart need to be removed or replaced the following procedure should be
followed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power down the Stratos Outstation.
Unplug connectors and slide the unit free of any rack so that the top edge of the CPU
board can be accessed.
Push the card into the socket slightly until it ‘clicks’ then release pressure. The card
can now be pulled from the socket.
To insert a card, align it with the socket with the contacts facing PCB and closest to
the socket. Slide it into the socket and apply slight pressure until it ‘clicks’. The card is
now located correctly. The photos below show the correct orientation for the card.
Note: It is important that the card is not write-protected. The ‘lock’ switch must be in the
position shown in the following diagram.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
25 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
SD card Write Enable switch position
SD Card Orientation
SD card partially inserted - incorrect
SD card fully inserted - correct
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
26 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.4.3 Installing a License Card
Should a License card need to be installed / replaced the following procedure should be
followed:
1. Power down the Stratos Outstation.
2. Unplug connectors and slide the unit free of any rack so that the bottom edge of the
CPU board can be accessed.
3. Turn the circular metal locking ring with a finger to unlock the holder.
4. Lift the bottom edge of the card holder.
5. Insert the card in to the holder as shown – contact side towards board and chamfered
edge towards bottom of board.
6. Lower the holder and return the locking ring to the locked position.
For License installation see the User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000.
4.4.4 Replacing the CPU card
Should the CPU card need to be replaced, see section 7.3.1 for details.
4.5
USB to 25 Way D Type Adaptor
A USB to 25W D type handset adaptor is available (667/1/47180/000), which allow
connection from legacy 25 way handset terminals to the Outstation command line
interface via the 2 USB host connections on the front of the CPU board. The cable comes
with two USB connectors; these must be both connected to provide power and
communications to the legacy handset device. The supported handset baud rates are
19200, 9600 and 1200 (all 7 data, even parity, auto baud). To reset the auto baud rate
detection, the USB connectors need to be disconnected and reconnected.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
27 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.6
The PSU Board
The PSU board provides power for the system and provides application specific hardware
modules to support specific functions. This board acts as a GSPI device to allow the CPU
board to communicate with it.
The main functions of the PSU Board are:
Logic rail power supplies
Basic 8 input + 2 output TR2523 I/O
Mains monitoring and Zero Cross Over timer (ZXO)
Lamp Supply voltage monitoring (ELV & LV)
Backup battery control – charging, health, safety
F2
Batt. Fuse
F1
24V I/O Fuse
Figure 6 – PSU Board
Figure 7 – PSU Board Layout
Note: This board is shown with the 'front' on the right as it is mounted back to back with
the CPU board.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
28 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Status LEDs
1
7
8+2 I/O
Battery Isolation
switch
Figure 8 – PSU Board Front/Rear Connections
Description
Connector
1
GSPI Bus – See
Double RJ45
Figure 8.
Note. The PSU board, when connected in a
Stratos Outstation provides power on the
GSPI Bus. When in battery backed mode,
the power is cut to the downstream
peripherals (“OUT” side). See section 4.2 for
more information.
2
LV/ELV Lamp Supply Monitor Input
See Table 12 for pinout
2 way 5.08mm pitch Phoenix
See Appendix B for part No.
3
General functions
See Table 13 for pinout
10 way 3.5mm pitch Phoenix
See Appendix B for part No.
4
AC Mains input to board
Pre-wired – not for user
5
24V input from AC/DC PSU
Pre-wired – not for user
6
Internal battery backup
(for lead acid battery)
2 pin JST header
7
TR2323 I/O Connector (8 inputs + 2 outputs)
See Table 11 for pinout
15 way 3.5mm pitch Phoenix
Table 8 – PSU Board Connector Functions and Types
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
29 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.6.1 PSU LEDs
The three LEDs on the front of the PSU board as shown below (viewed from the front).
LED
SYS / RUN
State
Description
Slow Flash
Normal Operation
Medium
Flash
Configuration or Firmware Download in progress
Double Pulse
Low power mode (Future Feature)
On
Normal operation,
received regularly
Off
No relevant GSPI messages received in the last
second (implies loss of communications), or low
power mode
FAULT
Off
Normal operation
(Red)
On
Fault detected. See Table 10 for details
Double Pulse
Firmware is in Error and low power mode
(Green)
COMMS
(Green)
GSPI
messages
being
Table 9 – PSU & I/O Board LED States
4.6.2 PSU Faults
Presence of the following PSU board faults will cause the fault LED to be on. When the
fault LED is illuminated the fault table webpage can be accessed to determine which of
the following faults is present.
Fault
Hardware error
Possible cause/Remedy
Could be caused by one of the following
1. I/O fuse (F1) failure
- replace the fuse (section 7.3.5)
2. PSU board hardware failure
- replace the PSU board.
Supply voltage low (environment error)
The PSU board
dropped below 8V
supply
voltage
has
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
30 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Fault
Unrecognised hardware
Possible cause/Remedy
Unable to interface with the EEPROM
device on startup. Hardware error
- replace the PSU board
Unlikely to occur. If observed report to
Poole Engineering (see section 1.2)
Software error
(includes – Checksum failure, Watchdog
Failure, S/W general error, Initialisation - Power cycle the Gemini3 unit if possible –
to attempt to remove the fault
failure)
Table 10 – PSU board fault troubleshooting
4.6.3 Pinouts
PSU Inputs and Outputs – 15 Way 3.5mm pitch
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Input 8
Input 7
Input 6
Input 5
Input 4
Input 3
Input 2
Input 1
0V
Common
N.C. O/P 2
Com O/P 2
N.O. O/P 2
N.C. O/P 1
Com O/P 1
N.O. O/P 1
Card/ Bit
Port
ID
Gspi15.in.0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
Function
Gspi15.out.1
Pin
Loom Colours
667/1/30607/000
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
-
Brown/Green
Pink
Grey
Orange
Violet
Brown
Yellow
Blue
White
2
2
2
1
1
1
Orange/Grey
Blue/White
Blue/Orange
White/Orange
Red/White
Red/Orange
Table 11 – PSU Inputs and Outputs - 15 Way 3.5mm pitch
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
31 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
LV/ELV lamp supply input - 2 Way 5.08mm pitch
Pin Function
1
230V Mains supply (LV) or -48V (ELV)
2
Return (Neutral for LV, 0V for ELV)
General Functions - 10 Way 3.5mm pitch
(see Table 13 below)
Table 12 – Lamp Supply & General Functions Connector Pinout
The individual pin functions are fully described in Table 13 below. A basic description of
the pinouts for all PSU connectors can be found on the battery cover.
Pin
Function
Description
1
RTC Out
This provides a Power feed from the PSUs internal backup
battery that can be connected to the CPU board Optional
RTC supply input on the modem power connector pin 4 to
allow the RTC backup time to be extended (almost
indefinitely due to the size of the backup battery).
2
24V Internal Supply
Output
Backed-up
Internal 24V DC power is available on this pin if required
externally to drive auxiliary equipment. This voltage is
identical to the 24V output on CPU board modem power
connector pin 1, i.e. it is backed up at 12V by the battery
during mains power loss.
3
0V
Common supply return
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
32 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Pin
Function
4
External 24V Input / Output
Description
Disconnection of the internal power supply at the internal
2-way 24V connector allows external 24V DC power to be
supplied to the system via this pin instead of using the
internal power supply.
This pin also provides access directly to the 24V of the
internal PSU and could be used to power external
equipment if it is desired to have no battery backup for the
external load (power on this pin is fully removed when
mains power is lost).
5
0V
Common supply return
6
Force Charger Off
This active low signal when shorted to 0V will disable the
internal battery charger.
7
0V
8
DC holdup capacitor
(Future Option)
Common supply return
Not used. An optional variant could be created in future
which provides additional hold-up capacitance on 24V DC,
and on such a variant the hold-up capacitance could be
expanded by connecting an external capacitor to this pin.
9
0V
10
External battery
input
Common supply return
If the internal battery is disconnected at the 2-way battery
connector and removed, an external 12V lead-acid or leadcrystal battery can be connected to this pin with positive to
pin 10 and negative to pin 9. An external battery must be
fused externally with an in-line fuse holder and 5A quick
blow fuse.
Table 13 – General Functions Detailed Description
4.6.4 Switches and Fuses
The PSU board contains two fuses and one switch:
Designation
Description
Value
Part Number
F1
24V I/O Fuse
160mA Quick Blow
518/4/90285/020
F2
Internal battery fuse
5A Quick Blow
518/4/90285/008
Table 14 – PSU Board Fuses
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
33 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Designation
Description
S1
Battery isolation switch. Isolate battery before transportation.
Table 15 – PSU Board Switches
4.6.5 Changing Fuses
See section 7.3.5 for fuse change procedure.
4.6.6 PSU Board address
The PSU board is a GSPI peripheral and as such is addressed in the normal way as an
I/O board. The address is fixed at 15 and is not user selectable.
Address 15 must not be used by any other GSPI peripheral if a PSU board is
present in the system.
4.6.7 Replacing a faulty PSU board
The PSU board is not considered to be a field replaceable part as the unit needs to be
fully disassembled to replace it. If the PSU board is thought to be faulty, return the
complete unit for repair.
4.7
Inbuilt Backup Battery
The inbuilt sealed lead acid backup battery should be replaced as routine maintenance
typically every 3-5 years under normal circumstances to ensure that the backup time is
adequate for instation communications during a power failure. The battery test (see
below) can be used to determine exactly when to replace the battery.
If the application demands backup at extremes of temperature (outside -20°C to +60°C),
then an external battery can be connected to the Power supply board via the rear 10 way
connector. If this option is used, note that:
1. The internal battery MUST be disconnected. Unplug and/or remove the internal
backup battery as described in section 7.3.4.
2. Any external battery MUST be a lead acid type and 12V.
3. The external lead acid battery is should be connected to the General Functions
connector, negative to pin 9, Positive to pin 10 – refer to Table 13.
4. An external battery MUST be fused externally with an in-line fuse holder and 5A
quick blow fuse.
5. The internal battery charger will charge an external lead acid battery.
6. There is no limit to the size/capacity of any external battery. The system firmware
will automatically shut the system down after 1 minute following a power failure so
there is no benefit in increasing external battery capacity above the capacity
required for 1 minutes running at the system load and with minimum operating
temperature in mind (where battery capacity is reduced).
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
34 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
A self test function is provided to test the internal backup battery. The following self tests
run automatically with no user input required:
Battery presence self test
Runs on startup and then every 3 minutes*1.
Test ensures the battery is connected and maintains a minimum voltage.
Battery capacity & on-load self test
Runs 7 days after initial startup and then every 30days*1 *2
Test results provide an indication of the capacity of the battery. These indications
allow the user to determine if the battery requires replacement.
The capacity test connects the battery to a test load for 60 minutes. During the test
the battery voltage is continually monitored. The test is passed if the battery
voltage remains above a minimum value throughout. If the battery voltage falls
below the minimum value, the test is stopped and failed. The length of time taken
for the test to fail is used to estimate the remaining capacity of the battery.
Therefore the capacity test result either shows a pass or the estimated remaining
fully charged capacity (where 25% suggests the battery is only capable of retaining
a quarter of the charge of a brand new battery).
The on-load (impedance) test compares the unloaded and loaded battery voltage.
This battery voltage drop is compared against the user configured threshold value.
The on-load test result shows a pass if the on-load voltage drop is less than the
threshold value, if not the actual on-load voltage drop is displayed.
The battery capacity & on-load test results notifications and thresholds are
configurable. The user can choose to turn these notification warnings off and vary
the thresholds at which the warning notifications are generated. See the ‘User
Interface Handbook for ST950 and Stratos Outstation’ 667/HU/46000/000 section
15.2.3.
The following fault/notification table and system log messages are generated from the
battery self tests and continued monitoring. These messages allow the user to determine
the health of the inbuilt battery.
Fault/Notification Table
(& system log) message
‘Card 15, Support Battery
Not Detected’
‘Card 15, Support Battery
Isolated’
Possible Cause & Remedy
Indicates battery is not connected.
– connect battery to PSU board.
If battery is connected this indicates the battery is faulty.
– replace battery.
Battery isolation switch on PSU board front panel is in the
‘OFF’ position.
– move switch to ‘ON’ position to connect the battery.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
35 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Fault/Notification Table
(& system log) message
‘Card 15, Support Battery
Charger Forced Off’
‘Card 15, Support Battery
Charger Disabled –
Temperature Out of Range’
Possible Cause & Remedy
Battery charger has been disabled by the user. Pin 6 of the
‘General functions connector’ (located at rear of the PSU
board) has been taken to 0V. This may be required if an
external battery is being used.
– to enable the charger ensure pin 6 is left unconnected
(floating).
Ambient temperature is outside the battery operation range
(-20°C to +60°C). The battery will continue to be used to
provide backup power in the event of a mains power
failure, however hold up cannot be guaranteed as the
battery charge will not be maintained.
If the ambient temperature is comfortably within the battery
operation range, this suggests there is a hardware fault on
the PSU board.
– Check if the PSU board has also logged a ‘Hardware
error’. Replace the PSU board.
‘Card 15, Support Battery
Capacity Low (xx%)
The 30 day battery capacity test failed to complete. The
expected battery voltage was not maintained for greater
than the configured ‘Battery Capacity Low threshold’ value.
This indicates the battery capacity has reduced
significantly*3.
As a guide:
– If the estimated battery capacity is less than 10% the
battery should be replaced immediately, as it is unlikely the
battery will be able to provide backup power for the
required 1 minute period.
– If the estimated battery capacity is between 10%-25%,
the user is advised to replace the battery at the next
convenient opportunity.
‘Card 15, Support Battery
On-load Voltage Drop x.xV
The 30 day on-load test failed. The On-load voltage drop is
greater than the configured ‘Battery Voltage Drop
Threshold’ value. This indicates the battery capacity has
reduced significantly*3
The battery capacity test result provides the best indication
of when the battery needs to be replaced. The on-load test
result can be used in conjunction to provide further
assurance of when the battery should be replaced. A
voltage drop greater than 1.5V would support the need to
replace the battery immediately.
Table 16 – Inbuilt battery backup troubleshooting
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
36 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Note *1 Providing none of the following conditions are true:
Ambient temperature extreme (outside of battery charging range which is -20°C
to +60°C).
Battery providing backup power.
Battery high voltage fault.
Battery charger forced off by user.
Under these conditions the battery self tests are inhibited and do not run.
Note *2 - The test is delayed if the temperature is outside the battery range or if there has
been a mains failure in the previous 12 hours.
Note *3 - It is not possible to precisely specify the point at which the battery is deemed
faulty and should be replaced. The battery capacity and on-load test results allow the user
to determine what constitutes a faulty battery. The user can extract the previous battery
capacity and on-load test results from the system log. This data can be used to help
understand how quickly the battery capacity has taken to decline, and determine when the
battery will need to be changed. A battery capacity test pass indicates the battery capacity
is greater than 25%, however, the test is indicative only as the actual support time
required will depend on the equipment connected.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
37 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.8
The 48-16 I/O Board
The I/O board provides TR2523 compliant input and output functions for the system (48
inputs and 16 outputs). This board acts as a GSPI device to allow the CPU board to
communicate with it. This board is known as the 48-16 I/O Board to identify it against the
ST950 I/O boards.
Figure 9 – 48-16 I/O Board
The main functions of the I/O Board are:
48 inputs (for detectors, push buttons etc)
16 isolated changeover relay contact outputs
I/O connector is compatible with Gemini2 Bus/MOVA I/O board pinout
GSPI pass-through connection for daisy chaining of GSPI peripherals
Powered by the GSPI Connection
Inputs
The I/O board inputs are compliant to TR2523:2005 as follows:
Closed-Circuit is indicated when a resistance of 250 Ohms or less is present across the
input terminals.
Open-Circuit is indicated when a resistance of 100K Ohms or greater is present across
the input terminals.
The open-circuit voltage across the input terminals is typically less than 24V DC.
(Will track backup battery voltage during the backup period)
The short-circuit current is typically less than 2.5mA.
(Will be lower during backup period as the input voltage tracks the backup battery
voltage)
In practice, any resistance across the input terminals that results in a voltage of greater
than 7.5V across the input terminals will be read as Open-Circuit.
Any resistance across the input terminals that results in a voltage of less than 2.5V across
the input terminals will be read as Closed-Circuit.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
38 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Outputs
The I/O board outputs are volt-free fully isolated outputs that are compliant with
TR2523:2005 as follows:
Maximum ON resistance of 185Ohms.
When ON, an output is rated at 50mA maximum.
When OFF and output will withstand 75V DC continuous.
When OFF and output will present a resistance of greater than 100K Ohms.
The COMMON, NORMALLY OPEN and NORMALLY CLOSED contacts of each output
are isolated from any other.
The relay contacts are NOT rated for AC mains operation. The maximum
operating voltage for each relay contact is 75V AC/DC. The inter-relay
voltage must not exceed 150V AC/DC.
Figure 10 – I/O Board Front/Rear Connections
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
39 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Figure 11 – I/O Board Layout
Description
Connector
1
I/O Connections – see Table 20 for pinout
Double 50Way IDC
2
GSPI Bus – In
RJ45
3
GSPI Bus – Out
RJ45
Table 17 – I/O Board Connector Functions and Types
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
40 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.8.1 I/O LEDs
The three LEDs on the front of the I/O Board as shown below (viewed from the front).
LED
SYSTEM / RUN
State
Description
Slow Flash
Normal Operation.
Medium
Flash
Configuration or Firmware Download in progress.
Double Pulse
Low power mode (Future Feature)
On
Normal operation, GSPI messages being received
regularly.
Off
No relevant GSPI messages received in the last
second (implies loss of communications), or low
power mode.
FAULT
Off
Normal operation.
(Red)
On
Fault detected see fault section for details of possible
faults.
Double Pulse
Firmware is in Error and low power mode.
(Green)
COMMS
(Green)
Table 18 – PSU & I/O Board LED States
4.8.2 I/O Faults
Presence of the following I/O board faults will cause the fault LED to be on. When the fault
LED is illuminated the fault table webpage can be accessed to determine which of the
following faults is present.
Fault
Hardware error
Possible cause/Remedy
Could be caused by one of the following
1. I/O fuse (F1) failure
- replace the fuse (section 7.3.5)
2. PSU board hardware failure
- replace the PSU board
Supply voltage low (environment error)
The PSU board supply voltage has dropped
below 8V.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
41 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Fault
Unrecognised hardware
Possible cause/Remedy
Unable to interface with the EEPROM device
on startup. Hardware error.
- replace the PSU board.
Unlikely to occur. If observed report to Poole
Engineering (see section 1.2)
Software error
(includes – Checksum failure, Watchdog
Failure, S/W general error, Initialisation - Power cycle the Gemini3 unit if possible – to
attempt to remove the fault.
failure)
GSPI Address Changed
The board address has changed, but the new
address will not take effect until the next board
reset. All board addresses should be set as
desired and then the whole system power
cycled.
Table 19 – I/O board fault troubleshooting
4.8.3 Connector Pinouts
The I/O card pinout is the same as that on the Gemini2 Bus/MOVA I/O
board allowing for direct replacement.
When making custom I/O looms remember that the connector shell is
actually 54 ways with the two end positions unused as shown below. (To
allow the connector to be retained by the latching arms).
Top
Bottom
49
25
1
50
26
2
49
25
1
50
26
2
End Connector Socket Positions Not Used
Figure 12 – I/O Board Connector Pinout
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
42 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Input 25
Input 26
Input 27
Input 28
Input 29
Input 30
Input 31
Input 32
Input 33
Input 34
Input 35
Input 36
Input 37
Input 38
Input 39
Input 40
Input 41
Input 42
Input 43
Input 44
Input 45
Input 46
Input 47
Input 48
0V
0V
N.O. O/P 9
N.C. O/P 9
Com O/P 9
N.O. O/P 10
N.C. O/P 10
Com O/P 10
N.O. O/P 11
N.C. O/P 11
Com O/P 11
N.O. O/P 12
N.C. O/P 12
Com O/P 12
N.O. O/P 13
N.C. O/P 13
Com O/P 13
N.O. O/P 14
N.C. O/P 14
Com O/P 14
N.O. O/P 15
N.C. O/P 15
Com O/P 15
N.O. O/P 16
N.C. O/P 16
Com O/P 16
-
Bit ID
Card/Port
gspiX.in.3
Top 1
Top 2
Top 3
Top 4
Top 5
Top 6
Top 7
Top 8
Top 9
Top 10
Top 11
Top 12
Top 13
Top 14
Top 15
Top 16
Top 17
Top 18
Top 19
Top 20
Top 21
Top 22
Top 23
Top 24
Top 25
Top 26
Top 27
Top 28
Top 29
Top 30
Top 31
Top 32
Top 33
Top 34
Top 35
Top 36
Top 37
Top 38
Top 39
Top 40
Top 41
Top 42
Top 43
Top 44
Top 45
Top 46
Top 47
Top 48
Top 49
Top 50
gspiX.in.4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
Function
gspiX.in.5
Connector & Pin
gspiX.out.7
-
Bit ID
gspiX.in.0
gspiX.in.1
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Input 7
Input 8
Input 9
Input 10
Input 11
Input 12
Input 13
Input 14
Input 15
Input 16
Input 17
Input 18
Input 19
Input 20
Input 21
Input 22
Input 23
Input 24
0V
0V
N.O. O/P 1
N.C. O/P 1
Com O/P 1
N.O. O/P 2
N.C. O/P 2
Com O/P 2
N.O. O/P 3
N.C. O/P 3
Com O/P 3
N.O. O/P 4
N.C. O/P 4
Com O/P 4
N.O. O/P 5
N.C. O/P 5
Com O/P 5
N.O. O/P 6
N.C. O/P 6
Com O/P 6
N.O. O/P 7
N.C. O/P 7
Com O/P 7
N.O. O/P 8
N.C. O/P 8
Com O/P 8
gspiX.in.2
Bottom 1
Bottom 2
Bottom 3
Bottom 4
Bottom 5
Bottom 6
Bottom 7
Bottom 8
Bottom 9
Bottom 10
Bottom 11
Bottom 12
Bottom 13
Bottom 14
Bottom 15
Bottom 16
Bottom 17
Bottom 18
Bottom 19
Bottom 20
Bottom 21
Bottom 22
Bottom 23
Bottom 24
Bottom 25
Bottom 26
Bottom 27
Bottom 28
Bottom 29
Bottom 30
Bottom 31
Bottom 32
Bottom 33
Bottom 34
Bottom 35
Bottom 36
Bottom 37
Bottom 38
Bottom 39
Bottom 40
Bottom 41
Bottom 42
Bottom 43
Bottom 44
Bottom 45
Bottom 46
Bottom 47
Bottom 48
Bottom 49
Bottom 50
Function
gspiX.out.6
Connector &
Pin
Card/Port
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
Loom Colours
667/1/26585/005
Blue
Yellow
Brown
Violet
Orange
Grey
Pink
Red/Blue
Red/Green
Red/White
Red/Brown
Red/Orange
Red/Grey
Blue/Green
Blue/White
Blue/Brown
Blue/Orange
Blue/Grey
Green/Orange
Green/Brown
Green/Grey
Brown/Grey
Orange/Brown
Orange/Grey
White
White
Blue
Yellow
Brown
Violet
Orange
Grey
Pink
Red/Blue
Red/Green
Red/White
Red/Brown
Red/Orange
Red/Grey
Blue/Green
Blue/White
Blue/Brown
Blue/Orange
Blue/Grey
Green/Orange
Green/Brown
Green/Grey
Brown/Grey
Orange/Brown
Orange/Grey
Table 20 – I/O Connector Pinout
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
43 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Note: X denotes gspi card number (the same as card address).
4.8.4 Changing Fuses
See section 7.3.5 for fuse change procedure.
4.8.5 I/O Board Rotary Address Switch
This screwdriver-adjustable switch is located on the I/O board(s) as shown in Figure 10
and is set up for the board address (before the Stratos Outstation is powered up) in
accordance with the appropriate Works Specification. The valid address range is 1
through 15 (where A to F denote 10 to 15 respectively). Address 0 is the default address
switch position for spare boards.
The address range is shared with other GSPI peripheral boards and must be
unique. The Stratos Outstation PSU board is fixed at address 15 (so this
address must not be used).
4.8.6 Replacing the I/O Board
Should an I/O board need to be replaced, see section 7.3.1 for details.
4.8.7 I/O Board Kits & Assembly
The Stratos outstation supports a number I/O board options as listed below:
Description
Part Number
48-16 I/O Board Kit with cable
I/O card, RJ45 cable, BUS/MOVA Cables (x2), Spacers & Fixings
667/1/50076/000
48-16 I/O Board Kit without cable
I/O card, RJ45 cable, Spacers & Fixings
667/1/50076/002
667/1/50076/001
I/O PCB Kit TC12 Adaptor
I/O card, RJ45 Cable, TC12 card & IDC interlinking cables, Spacers
& Fixings
I/O boards are mounted using the provided spacers adjacent to the CPU board. The GSPI
RJ45 cable must be connected from the CPU board to the I/O board 'IN' connector. Any
subsequent I/O boards are mounted on the stack in the same manner and the GSPI RJ45
cable then runs from the previous I/O board 'OUT' connector to the next I/O board 'IN'
connector. The I/O cable assemblies shown in Figure 13 should be tidily cable tied to the
surrounding metalwork to reduce the strain on the connectors.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
44 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Figure 13 – I/O Wiring
4.8.8 TC12 Adaptor Board
This board allows the reuse of the TC12 to controller UTC interface cabling. It has been
developed to reduce the installation time of Stratos Outstations where a TC12 OTU is
being replaced.
This is of particularly benefit where a 3rd party controller is involved or there is no
enhanced serial link.
To Gain the Maximum advantage it is essential that a few basic rules are followed:
The Bit pattern of the Gemini must be the same as that of the TC12.
The TC12 word cables should be treated carefully and not disconnected from the
controller.
If the TC12 is also used for the controllers lamp monitoring do not use this
solution, unless the Customer is prepared to loose the lamp monitoring
facility.
If a TC12 interface is required, the TC12 Adaptor board should be mounted in the same
manner as an I/O board as shown in Figure 14. It should always be the last board in the
stack and connected to the adjacent I/O board using the two 50way IDC ribbon cable
assemblies provided.
Figure 14 – TC12 Adaptor Fitted
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
45 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.9
The Intelligent Detector Backplane
The Stratos Outstation can be connected to intelligent detector backplane(s) for better
integration with detectors. Each IDB can be used with up to four loop detectors and
provides a GSPI interface which removes the need to wire discrete detector outputs into
I/O board inputs and provides a mechanism for terminating the street loop wiring for 16
loops for each backplane fitted. Each IDB must be addressed in the same manner as any
GSPI I/O board as described in Section 4.8.5.
The Intelligent Detector Backplane Kit part number is 667/1/32910/950.
Whenever detectors are used a separate detector supply kit will be required unless there
is spare capacity on a detector supply that is already available within the cabinet. Four
detector supply kits are available as shown below:
Description
Part Number
ST900ELV Detector Supply Kit – 2A
(-24V Rectified AC, ELV Compliant)
667/1/33075/000
ST900ELV Detector Supply Kit – 6A
(-24V Rectified AC, ELV Compliant)
667/1/33074/000
ST800/ST900 Detector Supply Transformer – 2A (24V AC)
667/1/27853/000
ST800/ST900 Detector Supply Transformer – 6A (24V AC)
667/1/20292/008
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
46 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Figure 15 – Intelligent Detector Backplane Wiring
When defining a system it is important to consider the number of single detectors, IDBs
and Stratos outstation along with rack size to determine the build format. Table 22 below
will help in the design phase to define the physical rack space required.
The function IO mapping for the IDB is shown in Table 21. When configuring the IO
mapping in the outstation this table should be consulted.
2
3
Loop 1 Detect
Loop 2 Detect
Loop 3 Detect
Loop 4 Detect
Loop 1 Detect
Loop 2 Detect
Loop 3 Detect
Loop 4 Detect
Loop 1 Detect
Loop 2 Detect
Loop 3 Detect
Loop 4 Detect
Card/ Port
GspiX.in.0
1
Function
GspiX.in.1
Detector
Bit ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
47 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4
1
2
3
4
-
Function
Loop 1 Detect
Loop 2 Detect
Loop 3 Detect
Loop 4 Detect
Not Used
Detector Reset
Detector Reset
Detector Reset
Detector Reset
Not Used
Card/ Port
Bit ID
GspiX.in.2
GspiX.out.3
Detector
5
6
7
8
1-8
1
2
3
4
5-8
Table 21 – IDB IO Mapping
Note: X denotes gspi card number (the same as card address).
4.10 Single Detector Backplane
Loop detectors can be connected using the single detector backplane 667/1/17205/000.
The channel outputs on this backplane need to be wired to the TR2523 inputs on the IO or
PSU boards. The backplane pinout is shown in Figure 16.
Figure 16 – Single Detector Backplane Wiring
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
48 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4.11 Racks
The Stratos Outstation can also be ordered in either an 11” or 19” 3U rack and optionally
an associated 2U tray where other equipment such as detectors and routers can be
mounted. For information on routers and mounting refer to the IP router installation guide
(667/CI/45025/000)
Table 22 below gives an indication of the space requirements for typical equipment to be
mounted in the 3U racks. The numbers displayed are the maximum that can be fitted into
an 11" or 19" rack.
11" Rack Combinations
Stratos Outstation
1
1
1
48-16 I/O Board
0
1
2
IDB
0
0
0
Single Detector
2
2
2
19" Rack Combinations
Stratos Outstation
1
1
1
48-16 I/O Board
0
1
2
IDB
2
2
2
Single Detector
2
1
0
TC12 adaptor is the same width as a 48-16 I/O board
1
3
0
1
1
3
2
0
Table 22 – Rack Population Guide
If the unit is a standalone configuration in an 11" or 19" rack, detector blanking panel kits
are available to fill unused rack space. These are available in three widths as shown in
Table 23 These three combinations allow all unused rack space to be covered. The
standard top level assembles are fitted with the required blanking panels.
Description
Part Number
Single Detector Blanking Kit – Fills a single detector slot
667/2/31615/000
I/O Blanking Plate Kit – Same width as an I/O Board front panel
667/2/50071/000
Wide Detector Blanking Kit – 168mm wide panel
667/2/50072/000
Table 23 – Rack Blanking Plates
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
49 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
5 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
This section describes in detail how to install and commission Stratos Outstation
installations.
For a summarised process see Appendix C.
Mains voltages may still be present within the unit even if it has been isolated
if the unit has been connected to other sources of mains voltages for the
purpose of monitoring those voltages (e.g. Lamp Supply). Care should be
taken to ensure all sources of mains voltages are isolated before working on
the equipment.
5.1
Pre-Requisites
This section details pre-requisites required before undertaking any tasks on the Stratos
Outstation.
5.1.1 Documentation
Anyone undertaking installation, commissioning and first line maintenance on the Stratos
Outstation will also need the User Interface Handbook (667/HU/46000/000) which
provides details of how to connect to the unit and the different user interfaces which are
available.
Please also refer to the various handbooks and quick start guides available as shown in
section 1.3.
5.1.2 Qualifications
Only skilled or instructed personnel with relevant technical knowledge and experience,
who are also familiar with the safety procedures required when dealing with modern
electrical/electronic equipment, are to be allowed to use and/or work on the equipment. All
work shall be performed in accordance with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 or
the relevant local, state and government regulations.
Any personnel working on a Stratos Outstation should hold the relevant National
Highways Sector Scheme modules.
Training requirements for non UK users may be different.
5.1.3 Tools
In addition to a standard Engineer’s tool kit, the following tools are required when carrying
out any work on a Stratos Outstation:
User Interface
The user can communicate with the unit in a number of ways:
Ethernet to a Laptop or PC. Interface uses a standard web browser
WiFi using the approved USB WiFi Dongle. Interface uses a standard web browser
on a WiFi enabled device such as a laptop or smart phone
USB. Interface uses either a standard web browser or SSH terminal session
RS232 Handset using the USB to RS232 Handset Adaptor Cable
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
50 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
One of the following is required depending on the user interface chosen to be used during
the installation.
Description
Part Number
USB cable – 1m (A to B)
999/4/44255/000
Netbook kit
(Requires USB cable 999/4/44255/000 if connecting via USB)
667/1/32380/000
Serial handset Techterm
(Requires USB to RS232 Handset Adaptor Cable 667/1/47180/000)
667/4/13296/001
Old Oyster handset
(Requires USB to RS232 Handset Adaptor Cable 667/1/47180/000)
667/4/13296/000
Larger Screened Oyster handset
(Requires USB to RS232 Handset Adaptor Cable 667/1/47180/000)
667/4/13296/002
USB to RS232 Handset adaptor cable (for handheld RS232 terminal)
667/1/47180/000
USB WiFi Dongle (Can be used with WiFi laptop or smart phone)
667/1/45966/001
Cabinet Access
If the outstation is mounted in a Siemens Traffic Controller, one or more of the following
will be required to gain access to the controller cabinet.
Description
Part Number
T-bar key
667/2/20234/000
S-18 key – Main Cabinet *
* - In some areas customers specified keys may be used.
4/MC 289
License Installation
If licensed features are required, and licences need to be transferred onto the Stratos
Outstation then the following extra equipment is required:
Description
Part Number
USB Licence Card Reader
667/1/45964/001
For information on how to install licenses please refer to the procedure described in
section 11 of the ST950 and Stratos Outstation User Interface Handbook
667/HU/46000/000.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
51 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
5.2
Preparation
Before attending site to Install a Stratos Outstation check that you have the following prerequisites:
Installation tools as described above in section 5.1.3.
Ensure that the Outstation is the correct variant of the product.
Ensure you have the correct licenses for the application pre-installed, or on a
Card.
Any required Communication equipment (will be site specific).
Communication network configuration information (Site Specific).
OTU Supply Kit – (667/1/27121/000) (In case there are no spare fused supplies).
Printed SAT Sheet for completion on site (667/CI/31601/002).
Printed OTU/MOVA Set Up Form for completion on site (667/CI/31601/000).
Handbooks etc. As described in section 1.3.
5.3
Assembly
Additional board kits should be fitted according to section 7.3.1.
The Stratos Outstation comes as standard with the following parts:
Part Description
Part Number
Lamp Supply Monitor Cable
667/1/47177/000
IEC 90 degree Mains Lead
702/4/08537/000
Zip Tie for mains lead
915/4/97087/026
Fixing Kit (M6 screws, caged nuts, washers, M2.5 screws & washers
667/1/47182/000
Ethernet Cable – 1m
998/4/88323/000
Modem Power Connector
531/4/03187/172
Outstation to Controller standard serial cable
667/1/47176/100
5.4
Mounting the Stratos Outstation
The Stratos Outstation can be mounted in a number of ways depending on the
configuration required. The unit should be mounted as low as possible in the controller
cabinet to reduce operating temperatures and maximise battery life.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
52 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Mounting Option
Photo
Supplied in an 11” or 19” 3U rack assembly
with additional front panels and optional 2U
equipment tray.
Supplied with no rack to mount to an existing
3U rack e.g. a 11” or 19” standard detector
rack
Can be mounted in any position, but ideally
mounted on the left allows for easy I/O
expansion
6U 19” ST900ELV/ST950ELV Rack
11” or 19” Swing Frame
Mounted directly to swing frame Using the
caged nut locations
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
53 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
T400s cabinet mini swing frame – new style
(Stratos outstation front panel will be vertical
as if it were mounted in a 19" rack)
667/1/33770/000 *
* Some earlier swing frame assemblies mount the Gemini with the front panel horizontal.
If the internal backup battery is fitted the Stratos Outstation can be mounted
in any orientation apart from front panel facing down.
5.5
Power Supply Connection
Ensure a suitable separate protected supply (fuse or breaker) is available and suitably
rated. The unit consumes 60W maximum. In Siemens controllers use the 6A MCB Kit
667/1/27121/000.
The mains supply is connected via a standard IEC C13 mains lead. To maintain a low
profile and to allow the cable to be retained, a 90° lead is supplied which can be secured
to the rear of the unit with the supplied cable tie. See Figure 17. Under no circumstances
plug the unit into the controllers' maintenance socket.
If a separate earth connection is required use the earth cable 667/1/27079/073 with the
rear earth stud.
Figure 17 – Stratos Outstation Mains Lead
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
54 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
The other boards in the system are powered over the RJ45 GSPI cables.
It is important that only supplied RJ45 cables are used as the cable must
carry all of the supply current. (Certain cheaper RJ45 cables are known to
have very thin conductors which will cause a problem if used on a Stratos
Outstation).
5.6
Controller Serial Connection
The Stratos Outstation can be connected to the TR 2523 port of a traffic controller using
the correct RS232 interface cable and baud rate as shown in the tables below:
Supplier
Controller
RS232 Baud Rate
RS232 Cables (see Table 25)
Siemens
ST950
19200
Standard
ST800
19200
Standard
ST900
19200
Standard
ST750
19200
Standard
ST700
19200
Standard
T400
1200
Standard
T500
1200
Standard
MPC
1200
Standard + Extension
MTC
1200
Standard + Extension
Sentinel
1200
Standard
Optima
1200
Loopback
TSC3
1200 (19200*)
Loopback
TRX
9600 (19200*)
Loopback
PTC-1
9600 (19200*)
Loopback
TSP
1200 (19200*)
Loopback
TM150
115200
Loopback
Microsense /
Telent
Peek
Motus
TM150 2P
115200
Loopback
* This baud rate can be set by the BDR handset command.
Table 24 – Controller RS232 Baud Rates and Cable Variants
RS232
Cable
Description
Part Number
Standard
This is a 1.6 metre cable for controllers which drive 667/1/47176/100
hardware flow control signals DTR & RTS. The cable
terminates in 25-way D-type plug.
This cable is supplied as standard with the outstation.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
55 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Loopback
This is a 1.6 metre cable with loopback between pins 4, 5 667/1/47176/101
and 20 (RTS, CST & DTR signals) for controllers which
do not drive hardware flow control signals.
This cable must be ordered separately.
Extension
This is a 1 metre straight-through extension cable with 667/1/26579/002
25-way D-type plug on one end and 25-way D-type
socket on the other. It is used to extend the standard or
loopback cables, e.g. where the Microsense MTC & MPC
have the handset port on the manual panel.
This cable must be ordered separately.
Table 25 – Controller RS232 Cable Part Numbers
The cable is plugged into connector ID 5 on the CPU board as shown in Figure 5.
5.7
I/O and Detector connections
The I/O will need to be wired to the correct I/O pins on either the I/O board(s) [48 inputs +
16 outputs] or the PSU board [8 inputs + 2 outputs] for the system to perform the required
functions. For the 48-16 I/O board refer to Table 20 and for the PSU board I/O refer to
Table 11 for connector pinouts. (The PSU board is at fixed address 15 so the 8 + 2 I/O is
mapped at the ‘end’ of the I/O space.
If MOVA is used, refer to the defined I/O mapping to determine where the detector I/O
needs to be wired to. Refer to the MOVA handbook 667/HB/46000/003.
If UTMC OTU functionality is required, the configuration CSV file as exported from the
instation should be consulted to determine where the individual force and reply bits need
to be wired to. Refer to the UTMC handbook 667/HB/46000/004.
5.8
IP Communications
If IP communications are to be used, the correct system IP address must be programmed
into the Stratos Outstation before connecting it to the network to ensure that no IP
conflicts occur and that the unit is on the correct subnet.
In order to support the last gasp dial functionality the comms device must be powered
from a backup supply. If using the Stratos outstation to provide the backup the comms
devices power supply must be wired to the Modem Power connector pins 2 & 3 as shown
in the table below. Refer to section 3.4 for more detail.
The maximum load permissible on the switched modem supply output is 1A.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
56 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Pin
Function
1
+24V DC input – Power for CPU board
when no PSU board is used
2
0V
3
Switched 24V (Nominal) Modem supply
output *
4
Optional RTC supply input
Table 26 – 4 Way 3.81mm pitch – Modem power and DC Power
* Note that the modem supply will follow the battery backup supply during a
mains failure. This output can range from 8 – 28V DC.
5.9
Lamp Supply
The supplied lamp supply cable assembly 667/1/47177/000 should be wired to a suitable
position within the controller. For Siemens controllers the following lamp supply pickup
positions are available. The Controller lamp supply connector mating half will be required
as shown in the table below.
Controller
Type
Lamp Supply Wiring Location
Controller
Connector
Part Number
ST700
ST750
Phase Driver: L
/ PSU
N
SK2 pin 6
SK2 pin 7,SK1 pins 1-7
No Connector
required
Connector already
present
ST800
ST900
ST950
MDU:
L
N
N
PL2 8z, 6d
PL2 20z, 24z, 28z
PL2 22d, 26d, 30d
Use ¼" spade
crimps
Neutral may need
to come from
controller back
panel
ST750ELV
Backplane:
-48V PL12 Pin 4
0V PL12 Pin 3
Use Dedicated Kit
667/1/47178/000
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
57 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Controller
Type
Lamp Supply Wiring Location
ST900ELV
ST950ELV
HPU:
Siemens
T500
The pink wire can be connected to TBB2 on the MPM
(Main Processor Module) and the black to TBB1
none
Siemens
T400
Microsense
Connect to the lamp supply “Hedgehog” using a spade
connector
Use ¼" spade
crimps
This requires this
connection for the
pink wire to be
soldered directly
onto the
backplane.
MPC
Pelican
Variant
Solder
point for
Lamp
Supply
Pink
-48V PL8 Pin 2 (Marked -)
0V PL8 Pin 1 (Marked +)
Controller
Connector
Part Number
531/4/03187/000
The black wire can
be attached to any
of the Lamp
Return Neutrals.
Note: There is
another similar
backplane that
uses ribbon
connections
instead of
terminals (for Midi
Cabinets), this has
the same solder
point available for
Lamp supply
connection.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
58 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Controller
Type
Lamp Supply Wiring Location
Microsense
MPC Midi
Case/
Puffin
Variant
Microsense
Terminal for
Pink Lamp
supply sense
Controller
Connector
Part Number
The Pink Wire can
be connected to
the “B/D L”
terminal on the
controller
backplane, with the
black attached to
one of the “Lamp
Returns” to the left.
OMU Lamp Supply (At the back of the cabinet to the
right of the MDU, amoungst the LV terminations)
none
Microsense
Sentinel
Dim/ Bright Sense is available at the back of the
controller cabinet in the LV Terminations section.
none
Telent
Optima
Dim/ Bright Sense is available at the back of the
controller cabinet in the LV Terminations section.
none
Peek TLC2
The Bright/Dim supply is available at "Lamp1" and
"Lamp2" terminals on the inner left hand side
termination panel.
none
MTC
Neutral is available at the regulatory sign neutral on the
lower terminal strip at the base ofthe cabinet.
Peek TSC3
The Bright/Dim supply is available at “Phase1",
"Phase2" and “N” terminals underneath the main
cabinet isolator.
none
Peek TSP
Lamp supply voltager available on single pin connector
adjacent to C63
Peek TSP Mod Kit
81-669
Peek TRX
LSM Module Pin 2 can be used for the Lamp supply
Reference
Peek
The Bright/Dim supply is available at “LVS1” or "LVS2",
only one of these lamp supplies can be monitored so
it’s recommended to monitor the 240V Supply on a
multi supply installation.
PTC-1
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
59 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
The information below shows the wiring for the lamp supply monitor input connector:
Pin
Function
1
230V Mains Live supply (LV) or -48V (ELV)
Pink Wire
2
Return (Neutral for LV, 0V for ELV)
Yellow Wire
5.10 Powering
Before powering the unit for the first time, ensure that the mains supply is correctly
protected and wired. Switch the unit on and check that the appropriate LEDs illuminate on
the PSU and CPU boards.
If the Stratos Outstation is equipped with an internal backup battery, ensure that it is
enabled by setting the front panel ‘BATTERY’ switch to the ‘ON’ position.
5.11 Installing Additional Licenses
The Stratos Outstation comes with a UTMC OTU license as standard. If additional
licenses are required they can be installed by following the procedure described in section
11 of the ST950 and Stratos Outstation User Interface Handbook 667/HU/46000/000 for
the web interface.
5.12 Configuration
To configure the UTMC OTU I/O Mapping, import the “CSV” file for the junction, modify as
necessary and save. The process is detailed in the UTMC OTU Handbook
667/HB/46000/003.
When both MOVA and UTMC OTU are configured on the Stratos Outstation, they share
the same force and reply bits on the interface to the controller, with the addition of MOVAspecific I/O (for detectors, take-over and controller-ready). MOVA can also be configured
without UTC, using the MOVA-Only setup facility on the I/O mapping screen. If UTC is to
be added at some later date, then it is better, if possible, to configure the site for both UTC
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
60 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
and MOVA based on the CSV file exported from the UTC instation. Refer to the MOVA 7
Handbook 667/HB/46000/003 for details.
5.13 Observing LEDs
CPU Card
LED
State
Description
System
(Green)
Slow flash
Normal operation.
Medium flash
Normal operation, Fault present.
Very fast flash
Restricted mode*
On
Under UTC control, pulses off indicate receipt of
messages.
Off
Not under UTC control, pulses on indicate receipt of
messages.
Off
Normally off.
Flashing
Flashes to indicate the system is busy performing an
operation that must not be interrupted, for example
start up, upgrade, USB “memory stick” style interface
is busy. Do not remove USB device or switch off the
outstation while this LED is flashing.
On / Flashing
Indicate activity for the two Ethernet interfaces. Top
and Bottom.
COMMS
Communications
(Green)
BUSY
(Red)
Ethernet
Connectivity
(2x green
inboard)
Modem Power
On
Indicates that the Modem Power is on.
(inboard)
Off
Indicates that the Modem Power is off.
* Restricted mode is similar to safe mode on a PC where the user can access the unit to
examine logs, diagnose problems and perform firmware updates.
Table 27 – CPU Board LED States
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
61 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
I/O & PSU Card
LED
State
Description
SYS / RUN
System / Run
(Green)
Slow Flash
Normal Operation.
Medium Flash
Configuration or Firmware Download in progress.
Double Pulse
Low power mode.
On
Normal operation, GSPI messages being received
regularly.
Off
No relevant GSPI messages received in the last
second (implies loss of communications), or low
power mode.
Off
Normal operation.
On
Fault detected. Refer to Table 10 and Table 19 for
details of possible faults.
Double Pulse
Firmware is in Error and low power mode.
COMMS
Communications
(Green)
FLT – Fault
(Red)
Table 28 – PSU & I/O Board LED States
5.14 Testing, Validation and Site Acceptance
The installation should be tested in accordance to the relevant section for the feature(s)
used.
Run the system test scenario.
Site Acceptance Test (SAT) sheet (667/CI/31601/002) should be followed and completed
to ensure that the installation has been completed to a good standard, and that the
outstation is running properly.
The Relevant Setup Form (dependant on feature(s) used) should be completed and left in
the controller cabinet.
Eg. Stratos Outstation UTMC Commissioning Data 667/CI/52250/000
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
62 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
6 SELF TEST
The Stratos Outstation self test functions are present to aid fault finding and are accessed
through the Tester web page on the top navigation pane. Results for tests are displayed
against each test with totals available at the top of the web page for ease of analysis.
To be able to run test scenarios the Tester application must first be run from
the System web page by clicking on the Run button alongside TesterApp.
Tests are split into test scenarios which are selected from the drop-down menu at the top
of the page. The following scenarios are available:
Stratos Outstation System Test
Stratos Outstation CPU PCB Test
Stratos Outstation USB Test
Stratos Outstation Modem Port (PL8) Test
Stratos Outstation Aux Port (PL2) Test
All Tests
When test(s) are run a test progress bar is displayed below the totals data. If any test fails
the bar is displayed in Red, otherwise it will be displayed in Green.
For each test scenario, the set of tests is displayed in the table and the user has the
option to run tests individually or as a set. Tests can be run once or continuously by
selecting the Loop tickbox. A log is available for each test which shows in more detail the
test functions and pass/fail state for the last run.
Note. Some test need specific connections or loopback adaptors to pass and therefore
may report test failures if these are not available.
The system test scenario should be used as part of the on-site testing and validation
process. Table 29 shows the tests included in the system test scenario.
LED
Description
Expected
result during
normal
installation
Pass
Mass Storage
Checks for a mass storage device and whether
it can be accessed
Licence Reader
Checks the on board licence card reader
Pass
Licence Card
Checks the licence card in the on board reader
Pass
Licence Inventory
Reads and logs the installed licences
Pass
System Version
Checks that the system version data can be
accessed
Pass
RTC
Checks that the RTC hardware operates
correctly
Pass
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
63 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
LED
Description
Lamp Supply
Voltage Test (LV)
Check the Lamp Supply Voltage is within
tolerance (LV)
Mains Clock Test
Check the Mains Clock count rate
Pass
Support Battery
Test
Check the Support Battery is connected and
available
Pass
GSPI IO
Reads and logs the GSPI IO card Inventory
Expected
result during
normal
installation
Only pass if
connected lamp
supply is ~230V
AC
Only pass if
PSU and one IO
Card connected
Table 29 – System Self Test Scenario
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
64 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
7 MAINTENANCE
Before attempting any maintenance work the following must be performed:
1. Ensure the unit is powered off and isolated from the mains.
2. Ensure the battery isolation switch on the front panel is switched to ‘OFF’.
3. Remove all connectors that interface with external equipment (as some of these
may have mains potential voltages present on them).
If multiple I/O boards are fitted make a note of the board address against
the plugged in loom before removing along with the position of each
connector (top & bottom position).
4. Remove the unit from its mounted position.
7.2
Regular Maintenance
Units only require annual maintenance, which can be performed at the same time as the
inspection of other equipment on site. On these visits, trained personnel must switch off
the mains power to the controller and the unit.
Regular Maintenance Activity
General inspections of the unit in situ for any contamination, overheating
of components, corrosion or battery leakage. Rectify where necessary.
Frequency
Annual
Check the tightness of all interface and earth cables and re-tighten where
necessary.
Annual
Check the condition of the interface cables; making sure there is no
chafing of the insulation and that the general condition of the insulation is
good. Replace any damaged or worn cables.
Annual
Check the mechanical tightness of the main securing screws of the unit
and retighten where necessary.
Annual
Replace battery as indicated by the battery test which is automatically
performed approximately every 30 days.
As required
7.3
First Line
Replacement of the following components is considered first line maintenance.
Maintenance work beyond the first line should be referred to Siemens. Part numbers and
spares are listed in the Appendix.
Authorised agents may replace the following:
CPU Card (section 7.3.1)
IO Card (section 7.3.3)
Battery (section 7.3.4)
Fuses (section 7.3.5)
Cables and wiring
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
65 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
7.3.1 Replacing the CPU Board
1.
If any I/O boards are fitted these will need to be removed to gain access to the
CPU board. Refer to later in this section for removal procedure.
2. Unscrew the four short pillars (or long + short mounting pillars if an I/O board was
fitted) shown in Figure 18 below.
3. Lift the back of the board clear of the rear mounting studs and slide the board back
to clear the front connectors from the front panel then lift the board vertically off the
front studs as shown in Figure 19 below.
4. Be careful not to invert the unit as the four loose spacers that were under the CPU
board will slide off.
5. To fit the new board, place the mounting front slots over the front pillars with the
rear of the board raised above the rear mounting pillars.
6. Slide the board forward to engage the connectors into the front panel holes and
then drop the rear of the board onto the rear mounting pillars.
7. Refit the four short pillars.
8. Refit the four long pillars if an I/O board is fitted.
9. Refit the I/O board(s) if applicable following the I/O board replacement procedure
below.
10. Transfer the Heart (SD card) and License card from the old CPU board to the new
CPU board with reference to sections 4.4.2 and 4.4.3.
Figure 18 – CPU Board Fixings
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
66 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Figure 19 – CPU Removal
7.3.2 Replacing the PSU Board
The PSU board is not considered to be a field replaceable part as the unit needs to be
fully disassembled to replace it. If the PSU board is thought to be faulty, return the
complete unit for repair.
7.3.3 Replacing the 48-16 I/O Board
To remove the I/O board follow the following procedure:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the RJ45 cable(s).
Remove the four nuts and spring washers shown in Figure 20 below.
Pull the board vertically off the mounting studs.
Replace the board using the reverse procedure ensuring that each I/O board
address is set correctly and that the correct wiring loom is plugged back into the
correct position on the correct board.
5. Reconnect the RJ45 cable(s) ensuring that they are plugged into the correct
connector (IN & OUT).
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
67 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Figure 20 – I/O Board Fixings
7.3.4 Replacing the Internal Backup Battery
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
The following procedure should be followed to change the internal backup battery:
1. Isolate the battery with the ‘BATTERY’ isolation switch on the front panel.
2. Power off the unit and disconnect the mains supply and lamp supply monitor
connector.
3. Loosen the four battery cover nuts as identified in the photo below and remove the
battery cover.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
68 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
4. Remove the battery carefully and place on top of the power supply (as it will still be
plugged into the board).
5. Use a small screwdriver to depress the top of the battery retention clip through the
vent slot as shown in the photos below and pull gently on the battery cable to
release the connector.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
69 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
6. Dispose of old battery through an approved battery re-cycling centre.
7. Connect new battery ensuring the latching clip is engaged.
8. Place battery in correct orientation into the enclosure.
9. Replace battery cover and tighten nuts.
10. Reconnect the supply, enable the battery with the battery isolation switch.
7.3.5 Replacing Fuses
The system contains two fuses that are located on the PSU board. To replace either of
these follow this procedure:
When replacing a fuse it is important to fit the correct type and rating for
continued protection of the Stratos Outstation and users equipment.
Before changing any fuses ensure that the unit is disconnected from the AC mains supply
and that the battery is isolated using the front panel switch S1.
PSU Board Fuse:
Figure 21 – Power Supply Board
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
70 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
F1 – 24V I/O Fuse or
F2 – Battery Fuse
1. In addition to the Mains Supply, unplug the following cables as they may be connected
to powered external equipment:
a. LV/ELV Lamp supply.
b. I/O cable from the PSU board.
2. Remove the battery as described in section 7.3.4.
3. Remove the AC/DC power supply retaining screws from the base of the unit and rotate
the power supply module to reveal the fuses If F2 needs to be replaced the IEC inlet
connector will have to be removed. Disconnect the ¼” spade crimps from the back of
the inlet and depress the retaining tabs [two on the top and one on the bottom) to
release the connector – Refer to Figure 23.
4. The relevant fuse can now be replaced – refer to Figure 21.
5. Re-assemble unit.
Figure 22 – Power Supply Module Fixings
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
71 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Figure 23 – Access to Fuses on PSU Board
48-16 I/O Board Fuse:
Each 48-16 I/O board also contains a 24V I/O fuse as shown in Figure 24.
Before replacing ensure that the system is switched off and isolated from the mains
supply. Also ensure that the I/O connections for the I/O card in question have been
removed as these are connected to other equipment that may still be powered.
Figure 24 – 48-16 I/O Board
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
72 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Appendix A Technical Specification
Inbuilt modes of operation
MOVA (Implements MOVA 7) (Licensed option)
UTMC OTU (Licensed option)
Communications
Two 10/100 Ethernet interfaces
Four USB host ports
One USB device port (USB Handset)
One RS232 Auxiliary port
One RS232 TR2523 port
Inputs and outputs
Switchable 24V / 1A protected modem power output [CPU Board]
External DC power supply input [PSU board]
External battery backup input [PSU board]
LV or ELV lamp supply monitor input [PSU board]
All I/O compliant to TR2523
Digital inputs: 8, Isolated changeover relay outputs: 2 [PSU board]
Digital inputs: 48, Isolated changeover relay outputs: 16 [Each 48-16 I/O board]
Maximum number of I/O cards: 3
Maximum number of inputs: 152
Maximum number of isolated digital outputs: 50
Other facilities
Timing sources: Internal Crystal, NTP network time server
Licensed options use encrypted Smart Card
Web based user interface
USB Handset port or optional adaptor for RS232 25 Way D Connector
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
73 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Parameter
Range
Power Supply
Either: 90-264VAC – 120,230V Nominal,
50/60Hz ±4%
Transients
To BS EN50293:2001
Power Consumption: Base Unit
48-16 I/O Card
Maximum
Configuration
7W Nominal
4W Nominal
Power break support times
without internal battery
50ms minimum (only when PSU card used)
Battery support time – Internal battery
Minimum 1 minute – software controlled
Size Basic with GSPI cables
With one I/O card & GSPI cables
120mm (W) x 130mm (H) x 250mm (L approx)
145mm (W) x 130mm (H) x 250mm (L approx)
Weight Basic
With one I/O board
1.6 Kg
1.8 Kg
Operating Temperature Range
-34°C to +65°C with internal battery
-34°C to +74°C with external battery
Operating Humidity Range
Up to 95% non-condensing
Material / Finish
Mild steel Zinc plated chassis
Powder coated aluminium front panels
Designed to meet the relevant sections of:
Approvals
Worst case with interfaces fully loaded: 60W
EN50293 Electromagnetic compatibility.
Road traffic signal systems
EN50556 Road traffic signal systems
TR2522A Remote Monitoring and Control
of Traffic Control Equipment via a
Telecommunications Network
TR2523 – Traffic Control Equipment
Interfacing Specification
CE Approved
RoHS Compliant
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
74 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Battery Directive 2006/66/EC
The Stratos Outstation may be shipped with a sealed lead acid battery for backup
purposes. The battery is shipped with the battery isolation switch open. The battery is to
be recycled in an appropriate manner.
Elexon Codes
The Elexon Charge Codes that apply to Stratos Outstation can be found in the Siemens
document 667/RE/29050/000.
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
75 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Appendix B Part Numbers and Spares List
Use of components other than those listed, or modifications or enhancements
that have not been authorised by Siemens Traffic may invalidate the warranty
and/or safety of this product.
Part Numbers
Listed below are all the currently available main parts and spares for the Stratos
Outstation. Detail can be found on the Stratos Outstation Family Tree Drawing
667/DZ/52250/ETC.
Main parts
Description
Part Number
Stratos Outstation – Free Standing (No Rack)
667/1/52250/004
Stratos Outstation – Free Standing (11” Rack, No Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/311
Stratos Outstation – Free Standing (19” Rack, No Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/319
Stratos Outstation – Free Standing (11” Rack with 2U Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/511
Stratos Outstation – Free Standing (19” Rack with 2U Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/519
Stratos Outstation – TC12 I/F (No Rack)
667/1/52250/104
Stratos Outstation – TC12 I/F (11” Rack with 2U Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/611
Stratos Outstation – TC12 I/F (19” Rack with 2U Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/619
Stratos Outstation – Semi Integral (No Rack)
667/1/52250/014
Stratos Outstation – Semi Integral (11” Rack with 2U Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/711
Stratos Outstation – Semi Integral (19” Rack with 2U Modem Tray)
667/1/52250/719
48-16 I/O Board Kit with cable
I/O card, RJ45 cable, BUS/MOVA Cables (2), Spacers & Fixings
667/1/50076/000
48-16 I/O Board Kit without cable
I/O card, RJ45 cable, Spacers & Fixings
667/1/50076/002
I/O PCB Kit TC12 Adaptor
I/O card, RJ45 Cable, TC12 card & IDC interlinking cables, Spacers & Fixings
667/1/50076/001
Intelligent Detector Backplane Kit
667/1/32910/950
Siemens ELV Detector Supply Kit – 2A (-24V Rectified AC, ELV Compliant)
667/1/33075/000
Siemens ELV Detector Supply Kit – 6A (-24V Rectified AC, ELV Compliant)
667/1/33074/000
Detector Supply Transformer – 2A (24V AC)
667/1/27853/000
Detector Supply Transformer – 6A (24V AC)
667/1/20292/008
CPU I/O Cable Assembly (8 Input + 2 Output connector and loom – 3m)
667/1/30607/000
License Card Kit – Lightweight Tunnel
667/1/47560/000
License Card Kit – MOVA 7 Streams 1,2
667/1/47562/000
License Card Kit – MOVA 7 Streams 3,4
667/1/47563/000
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
76 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Description
Part Number
License Card Kit – UTMC OTU
667/1/47568/000
Lightning Protection Kit – Ethernet
667/1/45972/001
Lamp Supply Monitor Cable Assembly (3m)
667/1/47177/000
ST750ELV Lamp Supply Monitor Kit (3m)
667/1/47178/000
Stratos Outstation to Siemens Traffic Controller Serial Cable
667/1/47176/100
Stratos Outstation to Peak TLC3, C3000, Microsense Controller Serial Cable
667/1/47176/101
OTU Rack Backplane Wiring Kit (4 wires)
667/1/31612/000
Spares
Description
Part Number
Stratos Outstation CPU Board
667/1/47160/001
Stratos Outstation 48-16 I/O Board (With front panel)
667/1/50075/000
Stratos Outstation TC12 Adaptor Board
667/1/47175/000
I/O Board to TC12 Board 50Way IDC Cable – Long
667/1/31626/100
I/O Board to TC12 Board 50Way IDC Cable – Short
667/1/31626/101
PSU board Internal battery fuse – 20mm 5A Quick Blow
518/4/90285/008
CPU & I/O board 24V I/O Fuse – 20mm 160mA Quick Blow
518/4/90285/020
Stratos Outstation Battery with Tie
667/1/47183/000
RJ45 Cable – Short – 160mm (CPU to PSU)
998/4/88405/016
RJ45 Cable – Long – 320mm (CPU or I/O Card to I/O Card)
998/4/88405/032
IEC 90 degree mains lead 3.5m
702/4/08537/000
CPU board 4 way 3.81mm pitch modem power connector mating half
531/4/03187/172
PSU board 2 way 5.08mm pitch lamp supply monitor connector mating half
531/4/03769/000
PSU board 10 way 3.5mm pitch general functions connector mating half
531/4/03702/010
I/O BUS/MOVA Cable Assembly 2.5m (No terminal blocks) Single loom
667/1/26585/005
Single Detector Blanking Plate kit (fills a single detector slot)
667/2/31615/000
I/O Blanking Plate kit (Same width as an I/O board front panel)
667/2/50071/000
Wide Detector Blanking Plate kit (168mm wide)
667/2/50072/000
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
77 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Appendix C Installation & Commissioning Guide
The following guide provides a step-by-step guide to installing and commissioning a
Stratos Outstation system and can be used as a checklist.
1.
Locate a suitable installation location within the target system, ideally this should be
as low as possible in the controller cabinet to reduce operating temperatures and
maximise battery life.
2.
Switch off and isolate the target system AC mains supply.
3.
Install the Stratos Outstation using suitable hardware (screws etc).
4.
Identify a suitable AC mains supply point within the target system. (This should be a
dedicated fused supply)
5.
Route the supply mains lead between the supply point and the Stratos Outstation unit
and secure in place using cable ties.
6.
Wire the mains supply lead into the AC supply feed identified.
7.
Secure the mains lead to the back of the Stratos Outstation unit with a cable tie to the
tie point provided.
8.
For lamp supply monitoring, identify the lamp supply point within the target system
and using suitable cable, wire the lamp supply to the Stratos Outstation lamp supply
connector. Ensure that for ELV lamp supplies that the polarity is correct before
plugging into the Stratos Outstation. Refer to Table 12.
9.
If external battery backup is being employed, ensure that the battery polarity is correct
before plugging into the general function connector on the Stratos Outstation. Refer to
Table 13.
10. Connect other interfaces using suitable cables as required ensuring the cable looms
are secured using cable ties as appropriate.
11. If the internal battery backup battery is fitted, enable the backup function via the front
panel switch.
12. Power up the unit.
13. Configure and test as required:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Current Date / Time & Time zone: System – Settings – System Date & Time
Comms parameters: System – Settings – Comms
Check required licences are available: System – Licence System – Manager
Check that the Device Inventory is as expected (The required boards can be
found by the CPU board): System – Status – Inventory – Devices
e. Run the system test scenario (see Table 29) and check that results are as
expected: Tester
f. Carry out configuration of facilities as required (e.g. UTMC OTU, MOVA – see
related documents for details)
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
78 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
g. Check the Fault Table for faults & Notifications before leaving site
14. Complete the Stratos Outstation UTMC Commissioning data (667/CI/52250/000)
leaving the form in the controller cabinet for future reference.
15. Complete the Stratos
(667/CI/52250/002)
Outstation
SAT
Sheet
for
customer
sign
off
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
79 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Appendix D Stratos Outstation Basic Unit General Assembly
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
80 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Appendix E Stratos Outstation I/O & TC12 Adaptor General Assembly
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
81 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Appendix F Stratos Outstation Rack General Assembly
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
82 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
83 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc
Mobility and Logistics, Traffic Solutions
Sopers Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7ER
Security classification Unrestricted
Page
84 of 84
Version
1
Status
Issued
Last Editor
Carl Rabe
Date
11-Dec-2014
Document Name
Stratos Outstation General and ICM Handbook Document No. 667/HB/52250/000
Copyright © Siemens plc 2014. All Rights Reserved. Mobility and Logistics is a division of Siemens Plc