TTSIM-1 Installation and Operations Manual

TTSIM-1
Sensor Interface Module
Installation/Operation Instructions
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Please read these instructions and keep them in a safe place. These
instructions must be followed carefully to ensure proper operation.
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The TTSIM-1 has been designed for use with TraceTek® sensing cables,
point sensors and normally open, dry ­contact devices (float switch, pressure or vacuum switch, optical probe with adapter, limit switch, etc.). Up
to 1500 M (5000 feet) of sensor cable can be monitored by the TTSIM-1
(contact factory for information regarding longer monitoring distance).
The TTSIM-1 is designed for installation in ordinary (nonhazardous)
areas. The TTSIM-1 requires 24 Vac 50/60 Hz, 12 Vdc or 24 Vdc to
operate and this voltage can be supplied either locally or through the
same four wire jumper cable used for communication.
The TTSIM-1 has five small LED’s to indicate power, status and
­communications activity but no other user readout or interface. All alarm
and monitoring functions are analyzed and displayed either at a TTDM128 alarm and control panel, computer, or at the operator console of a
Building or Factory Automation System.
Installation Items (not supplied)
• 35 mm DIN rail mounting strip (for wall mounts or interior of large control cabinets) and attachment hardware.
• TT-RS485 power and telemetry jumper cable.
• Optional TTSIM-ENC-4X-Outdoors environmental enclosure for outdoor or corrosive environments, or TTSIM-ENC-4X-Indoors for indoor,
non-corrosive environments.
Tools Required
• Small flat blade screwdriver
• Small needle nose pliers
• Tools to mount DIN rail or enclosure
Storage
Keep the TTSIM-1 modules in a dry place prior to installation. Avoid damage to components.
Product Information
TTSIM-1
TTSIM-1-12VDC
TTSIM-1-24VDC
24 Vac ±10% (22 to 26 Vac) 50/60 Hz
12 Vdc ± 10%24 Vdc ± 10%
24 Vdc ± 10%
Power consumption
3 VA (3 watts); 2W for DC versions
Installation categories
Overvoltage Category II
Pollution Degree 2
Storage temperature
–18°C to 60°C (0°F to 140°F)
Operating temperature
0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Enclosure
NEMA 1; IP20 (NEMA 4X / IP 56 with optional enclosure)
Approvals and Certifications
TYPE NM
General Signaling Equipment
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Only 24 Vac version is UL listed and VDE Certified. For DC models use a Listed Class 2 Power Supply.
Additional Items
An agency-approved zener barrier must be used where sensing cable connected to the TTSIM-1 will be located in Class1 Div 1 (Zone 0 or Zone 1 in
Europe) Hazardous Locations.
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TTSIM-1 Sensor Interface Module Installation/Operation Instructions
Installing the TTSIM-1
Note: To avoid damage to the TTSIM-1, store the unit in its packaging
until ready to install.
Selecting the mounting position
Choose a location where the module will be protected from the elements, temperature extremes or vibration. The TTSIM-1 is designed to be
snapped onto standard 35 mm DIN rail. Existing electrical or instrumentation cabinets with spare rail space make good mounting locations. It is
also possible to install a small section of DIN rail directly on a wall or
cabinet surface and mount the TTSIM-1 in any location as long as it does
not create a tripping hazard or expose the TTSIM-1 to impact damage.
The TTSIM-1 should be mounted within 1200 m (4000 feet) wire run from
the controlling TTDM-128 or control system host. (Contact the ­factory for
methods to increase the wire run distance beyond 1200 m).
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• Secure a sufficient length of DIN rail to the desired mounting surface, or
locate an existing DIN rail with sufficient space to install the TTSIM-1.
• Remove the TTSIM-1 from it’s packaging and snap onto the DIN rail
with the release tab towards the bottom.
• Note: When properly oriented, there will be two terminal strips on the
top of the module and one on the bottom. See Figure 1.
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Mounting the TTSIM-1 module (without NEMA 4x Enclosure-Figure 1)
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• Handle with care, avoid mechanical shock and impact.
• Keep dry.
• Avoid exposure to static electricity by touching a nearby piece of
grounded equipment or water pipe prior to handling the TTSIM-1.
• Avoid contact with metal filings, grease, pipe dope and other contaminants.
SHLD
Important: The TTSIM-1 is an electronic unit. Take the following
­precautions to avoid damage to electronic components:
TTSIM-1
Leak Location Module
RATING: 24Vac 10%
50/60 Hz 3VA
Network
Address
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10
Release tab
Figure 1. DIN Rail Mount
Mounting the TTSIM-1 module in the optional NEMA-4X Enclosure-Figure 2
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RS+
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BLK
GND
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12
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AC
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GRN
YEL
17
RED
RS+
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AC
15
AC
14
AC
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RS–
• A typical outdoor or harsh environment installation will require up to
three holes in the TTSIM-ENC: one for inbound power and telemetry,
one for outbound power and telemetry and one for the sensor cable
leader. See Figure 2.
• Secure the TTSIM-ENC to any convenient vertical surface using the four
corner mounting holes and hardware suitable for the selected surface.
• Rough-in conduit as required and pull the cables for power and telemetry. Leave approximately 20 cm (8") for connections to the TTSIM-1
terminals. Pull in the sensor circuit leader cable.
• In order to provide maximum electrostatic discharge protection, and to
be CE ­compliant, the DIN rail must be grounded.
Note: Rough-in and final connections do not have to be completed at the
same time, however make sure to replace the cover and tighten the cover
screws if the enclosure will be left in a partially installed condition overnight or longer.
SHLD
• Plan conduit alignment and drill holes as necessary.
TTSIM-1
Leak Location Module
RATING: 24Vac 10%
50/60 Hz 3VA
Network
Address
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Figure 2. NEMA 4x Enclosure
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DIN rail
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TTSIM-1 Sensor Interface Module Installation/Operation Instructions
Power Supply Options:
The TTSIM-1 units require 24 Vac ±10% (22 to 26 Vac) 50/60 Hz or 12
Vdc ±10% or 24 Vdc ±10% depending on model selected. In most networks the operating voltage will be supplied from a step down transformer
mounted near the TTDM-128 alarm panel or from a DC power supply or
from a back-up DC power source provided by the building site. Figure 3
shows typical wiring adequate for any network that will be monitored by
a TTDM-128. For very large networks or very long telemetry cable runs,
there may be too much voltage drop in the power/telemetry cable to
power the entire ­network from one location. In those situations, a second
transformer or DC power source at the distant end of the system may be
required. Be sure that each TTSIM-1 receives operating voltage from one
and only one source.
TTDM
12 Vdc, 24 Vdc or
24 Vac depending
on TTSIM-1 Model
Number
SIM
SIM
SIM
SIM
SIM
SIM
SIM
Important: Observe polarity for 12 Vdc or 24 Vdc power options.
Figure 3. Power Supply to TTSIM units
Terminal Color
Item
13
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Shield Drain Wire
14
Black
RS-485 (−)
15
Red
RS-485 (+)
16
Green
24 Vac (no polarity), 12 Vdc + or 24 Vdc + (observe
polarity of DC supply
17
White
24 Vac (no polarity), 12 Vdc - or 24 Vdc - (observe
polarity of DC supply)
20
—
Shield Drain Wire
21
Black
RS-485 (−)
22
Red
RS-485 (+)
23
Green
24 Vac (no polarity), 12 Vdc + or 24 Vdc + (observe
polarity of DC supply)
24
White
24 Vac (no polarity), 12 Vdc - or 24 Vdc - (observe
polarity of DC supply
Shielded pair
Shielded pair
Shield
Black
Red
Green
White
Figure 4. Power and Telemetry Connections
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• Use only TraceTek TT-RS485 telemetry cable (Belden 8722) or equal.
• Strip a sufficient amount of the jacket insulation and shielding to expose
about 2.5 cm (1") of the four wires.
• Strip the primary wires to expose approximately 6 mm (1/4") of conductor
and make the following connections: (see Figure 4)
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RS–
For all TTSIM-1 modules except the last one, there will be an incoming
cable (from the TTDM-128 or other host system) and an outgoing cable
(to the next TTSIM-1).
SHLD
TTSIM-1 communicates all alarm and status messages via RS-485 twisted
pair shielded telemetry. Two of the four conductors in the power/telemetry
cable are used for telemetry and the other two wires are used to supply
the operating voltage.
Shield
Black
Red
Green
White
Connections for Power and Telemetry
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TTSIM-1 Sensor Interface Module Installation/Operation Instructions
Place the End Of Line Jumper in the correct position:
If the TTSIM-1 will be connected to a host for communication, it is necessary to set the End of Line Jumper in the correct position as follows:
• On the last TTSIM-1 in the circuit, place the jumper as shown in Figure 5a.
• On all other TTSIM’s in the circuit, place the jumper as shown in Figure 5b.
Jumper
EOL
EOL
Jumper
Red
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Red / Green Sensor Cable Loop
Figure 5b. End of Line Jumper for all other TTSIM’s
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Network
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Yellow /Black Sensor Cable Loop
For diagnostic use only
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Leader Cable Connections for Sensor
The TTSIM-1 can be used with most of the TraceTek family of sensors
including: TT1000, TT3000, TT5000 and TT5001 cables. Connect the
TraceTek leader cable to the TTSIM-1 as shown in Figure 6.
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Red
Green
Yellow
Black
Figure 5a. End of Line Jumper for last TTSIM-1
Terminal Color
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RS–
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20
SHLD
RS+
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AC
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AC
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RS–
17
SHLD
RS+
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AC
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AC
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RS–
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SHLD
17
Figure 6. Sensing Cable Connections
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TTSIM-1 Sensor Interface Module Installation/Operation Instructions
Operating Instructions
Network Address Assignment
Each TTSIM-1 in a TraceTek network must have a unique address in
the range 001 to 127. The SIM board built into the TTDM-128 is factory
assigned address 001. All external TTSIM-1 units are shipped from the factory with their network address pre-set to a value above the range of valid
addresses, in order to prevent communications conflicts during system
startup and configuration. Each TTSIM-1 must therefore be configured to
its unique address before it can communicate with the TTDM-128 or other
host.
To set the TTSIM-1 network addresses, repeat the following procedure for
each TTSIM-1. Perform the complete procedure one module at a time:
• Place the TTSIM-1 configuration jumper in the CFG position, as shown
in Figure 7a.
• Using the TTDM-128 or host system, assign the new TTSIM-1 address
(refer to the TTDM-128 User Manual, H56853).
• Place the configuration jumper in the normal operating position, as
shown in Figure 7b, or remove it completely (the jumper is not required
in normal operation).
• Write the address in the space provided on the TTSIM-1 cover.
50/60 Hz 3VA
CFG
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Figure 7a. Configuration Jumper in Configuration Position
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10
GND
GRN
YEL
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RED
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Network
Address
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12
CFG
Jumper
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J6
Jumper
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GND
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BLK
GRN
YEL
RED
50/60 Hz 3VA
Network
Address
Figure 7b. Configuration Jumper Set for Normal Operation
TTSIM-1 Reset
In the event that the TTSIM-1 appears to be hung-up and unresponsive
to the network it is possible to force a RESET. To force a RESET of the
TTSIM-1 processor, use a small flat blade screwdriver to momentarily
short the pads shown in Figure 8.
J6
CFG
RES
Reset pads
Figure 8. Reset Pads
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10
GND
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BLK
GRN
YEL
RED
50/60 Hz 3VA
Network
Address
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12
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TTSIM-1 Sensor Interface Module Installation/Operation Instructions
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
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Status Indicators
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RS–
Each TTSIM-1 is tested and calibrated in the factory during production.
An operating TTSIM-1 runs a continuous self check routine and reports
any discrepancies to the TTDM-128 host computer. If the TTSIM-1 or the
network wiring fails is such a way that the TTSIM-1 cannot communicate
with the host, then the host reports the failure as a communications failure.
RX (Yellow)
Power (Green)
SHLD
No user maintenance is required! There are no user adjustments or
calibrations that can be performed in the field.
TTSIM-1
Leak Location Module
There are 5 LED’s on the TTSIM-1 circuit board to indicate: operating
power, communications (RX = inbound and TX = outbound), sensor status
(leak detected and trouble). See Figure 9 for locations and colors
RATING: 24Vac 10%
50/60 Hz 3VA
Network
Address
Table 1 indicates various status conditions and possible corrective actions:
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10
Service (Yellow)
Alarm (Red)
Figure 9. TTSIM-1 LED Locations
POWER
TX
RX
ALARM
SERVICE
INDICATION
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
No power to unit. Check wiring, connections and power supply.
Measure voltage at terminals 16 and 17. Should be 24 Vac, 12 Vdc,
or 24 Vdc, ±10%.
ON
FLASHING
FLASHING
SLOW FLASH OFF
Normal Operation. No alarms or service requests.
Alarm LED flashes once every 5 seconds to indicate normal
­operation.
ON
FLASHING
FLASHING
ON
OFF
Leak detected by sensor. Check sensor being monitored for leak or
spill.
ON
FLASHING
FLASHING
OFF
FLASHING
Unit has detected a condition requiring outside attention.
The flash sequence indicates the type of condition:
1 Flash
Sensor cable break
2 Flashes Sensor cable loop imbalance
3 Flashes EPROM hardware error
10 Flashes Sensor cable contamination
ON
OFF
FLASHING
SLOW FLASH OFF
Unit is not responding to TTDM-128 or host. Re-initialize the
SIM network on the TTDM-128 (or host), and check the TTSIM-1
address.
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Unit not receiving any communication from TTDM-128 or host.
Check network master unit and telemetry wiring and connections.
OFF
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Table 1. TTSIM-1 LED Status Indications