DTAM PLUS™ - Spectrum Controls, Inc.

Owner’s Guide 0300210-01 Rev. A
DTAM PLUS
OPERATOR INTERFACE MODULE
™
Catalog Numbers: 2707-L40x, 2707-V40x
Important Notes
1. Please read all the information in this owner’s guide before installing
the product.
2. The information in this owner's guide applies to hardware version A
and firmware version 1.0 or later.
3. This guide assumes that the reader has a full working knowledge of the
relevant processor.
Notice
The products and services described in this owner's guide are useful in a
wide variety of applications. Therefore, the user and others responsible
for applying the products and services described herein are responsible
for determining their acceptability for each application. While efforts
have been made to provide accurate information within this owner's
guide, Spectrum Controls assumes no responsibility for the accuracy,
completeness, or usefulness of the information herein.
Under no circumstances will Spectrum Controls be responsible or liable
for any damages or losses, including indirect or consequential damages
or losses, arising out of either the use of any information within this
owner's guide or the use of any product or service referenced herein.
No patent liability is assumed by Spectrum Controls with respect to the
use of any of the information, products, circuits, programming, or
services referenced herein.
The information in this owner's guide is subject to change without notice.
LimitedWarranty
Spectrum Controls warrants that its products are free from defects in
material and workmanship under normal use and service, as described in
Spectrum Controls literature covering this product, for a period of 1 year.
The obligations of Spectrum Controls under this warranty are limited to
replacing or repairing, at its option, at its factory or facility, any product
which shall, in the applicable period after shipment, be returned to the
Spectrum Controls facility, transportation charges prepaid, and which
after examination is determined, to the satisfaction of Spectrum Controls,
to be thus defective.
This warranty shall not apply to any such equipment which shall have
been repaired or altered except by Spectrum Controls or which shall
have been subject to misuse, neglect, or accident. In no case shall the
liability of Spectrum Controls exceed the purchase price. The
aforementioned provisions do not extend the original warranty period of
any product which has either been repaired or replaced by Spectrum
Controls.
Table of Contents
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User Manual
Preface
Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Related Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DTAM Plus Overview
P–1
P–1
P–2
P–2
P–2
P–3
Chapter 1
Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–2
Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–4
DIP Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–5
Communication Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–6
Communication Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–7
RS-232 Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–8
RS-485 Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–9
Remote I/O Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–10
Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
Operating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
DIP Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
Operating Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–12
DTAM Programming Software (DPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–12
Loading an Application
Chapter 2
Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1
Power Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1
Applying Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–2
Powerup Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–3
Powerup Sequence (DIP Switch SW-1 ON) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–3
Powerup Sequence (DIP Switch SW-1 OFF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–4
Upload / Download DIP Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–5
Upload / Download RS-232 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–6
Upload / DownloadRS-485 Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–7
Computer Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–7
Downloading an Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–8
Uploading an Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–13
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Using the Function Menu
Chapter 3
Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Key Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting the DTAM Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To reset the DTAM Plus: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Communication Port Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baud Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying Remote I/O Port Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To display Remote I/O communication parameters: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baud Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rack Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Last Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rack Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Printer Port Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baud Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handshake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line Feed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Port Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enabling Screen Prints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Clock/Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Display Contrast (LCD versions only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enabling Simulate Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enabling Terminal Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To set parameters for Terminal Mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Half Duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line Feed Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cursor Enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering a New Master Security Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To enter a new Master Security code: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Master Security code operation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the Point/Access Display Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing Test Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Running Applications
Chapter 4
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen Links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advisor Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu and Sub-Menu Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sub-Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bar Graph Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Entry Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ASCII Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recipe Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation
4–1
4–1
4–1
4–2
4–2
4–2
4–2
4–3
4–3
4–3
4–3
4–4
4–4
4–4
4–5
4–6
4–6
Chapter 5
Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enclosures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cutout Template . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wire and Cable Length Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5–1
5–2
5–3
5–3
5–3
5–4
5–5
5–6
5–7
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Connections and Setup
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting and
Maintenance
Chapter 7
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Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–1
Wiring Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–1
Connecting RS-232 Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–2
Connecting RS-485 Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–3
Connecting Remote I/O Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–5
Communicating with a Logic Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–6
RS-232 or RS-422 Communications With a PLC-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–7
DTAM Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–7
PLC-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–7
RS-232 Communications with an SLC 5/03, -5/04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–8
DTAM Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–8
SLC 5/03, 5/04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–8
DH-485 Communications with an SLC 500 or Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–9
DTAM Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–9
SLC 5/03, 5/04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–10
RS-232 Communications with a MicroLogix 1000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–10
RS-485/DH-485 Communications with a MicroLogix 1000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–11
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Common Operating Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communication Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Test Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIP Switch Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keyboard Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Comm Port Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer Port Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display Control Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RAM Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Memory Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program File Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clock/Calendar Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TXEN Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the Display Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications
Appendix A
Agency Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
European Union Directive Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
Appendix B
DTAM Plus Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog No. 2707-NC2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog No. 2707-NC3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog No. 2707-NC4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog No. 2707-NC6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog No. 2707-NC10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalog No. 1747-CP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DTAM Plus RS-232 Printer Port Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Controller
Functions
A–2
A–3
B–1
B–1
B–2
B–2
B–3
B–4
B–4
B–6
Appendix C
Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing Special Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the P-A/D Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading Controller Input and Output Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller Status Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller Bit and Integer Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller Timer Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller Counter Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller Control Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Floating Point Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller ASCII Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller BCD Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller Block Transfer Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing Controller Message Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing PID Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading / Writing SFC Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading Controller ASCII String Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Mode Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SLC Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLC Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Memory Transfer Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SLC Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLC Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Clear Fault Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C–1
C–2
C–3
C–4
C–5
C–6
C–7
C–8
C–9
C–10
C–11
C–12
C–13
C–14
C–15
C–16
C–17
C–19
C–19
C–19
C–20
C–20
C–20
C–21
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DTAM Plus Operator Interface Module
User Manual
Terminal Mode
Appendix D
ASCII Transmission Characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ASCII Display Characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DTAM Plus Mounting
Template
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Appendix E
D–1
D–2
Preface
A–B
Using this Manual
Objectives
This chapter provides an overview of this manual. It covers:
•
•
•
•
•
Chapter Contents
Chapter contents
Intended audience
Package contents
Conventions
Related publications
The manual contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Title
Purpose
Preface
Using this Manual
1
DTAM Plus Overview
2
Loading an Application
3
Using the Function Menu
4
Running Applications
5
Installation
6
Communication
Connections and Setup
Describes RS-232, RS-485 and Remote
I/O connections. Setup guidelines are
provided for SLC and PLC controllers.
7
Troubleshooting
and Maintenance
Provides assistance in identifying
and correcting common operating
problems. Cleaning recommendations
are also provided.
Appendix A
Specifications
Provides the specifications and agency
ratings and European Union Directive
Compliance.
Appendix B
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Appendix D
Terminal Mode
Appendix E
DTAM Plus Mounting
Template
Provides an overview of the manual.
Contains a description of the DTAM Plus
and accessory devices.
Describes how to apply power and
transfer applications between the
computer running the DPS Software and
the DTAM Plus.
Describes how to access and use the
DTAM Plus Function menu to perform
terminal operations.
Describes the basic screen types and
operating procedures that are common to
most applications.
Provides procedures for mounting the
DTAM Plus. Also provided are wiring
instructions and recommendations.
Provides the cable diagrams for the
DTAM Plus.
Provides the special controller functions.
Provides the characters when the DTAM
Plus is in terminal Mode.
Provides a mounting template for the
DTAM Plus.
P–1
Preface
Intended Audience
No special knowledge is required to operate the DTAM Plus. If you are
installing the DTAM Plus, you must be familiar with standard panel cutout
and installation techniques. If wiring the DTAM Plus, you must be familiar
with electrical codes in your area (see inside front cover).
You should be familiar with the DTAM Programming Software. See related
publications.
Package Contents
The DTAM Plus shipping box contains:
European Type GMD
Fuses and Holders
DIP Switch Cover
DTAM Plus
Conventions
User Manual
(Catalog No. 2707-UM001B–EN–P)
Mounting Nuts (8)
(2 Spare)
This manual uses the following conventions:
• Keys that you press on the DTAM Plus are enclosed in brackets [ ].
For example: [NEXT] refers to the NEXT key on the DTAM Plus.
• References to menus are initial cap followed by the word Menu.
For example: Special Menu, Main Menu, Other Menu
• All DTAM Plus displays are shown inside a rectangular box.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
P–2
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
Preface
Related Publications
You may want to refer to the following publications for additional reference.
DTAM Plus Publications
Publication Number
Title
2707-801
DTAM Programming Software Programming Manual
(Series H or later Software)
Wiring Publications
1770-6.2.2
1770-4.1
Data Highway / Data Highway Plus / Data Highway-485
Cable Installation Manual
Programmable Controller Wiring and Grounding Guidelines
SLC Publications
Publication Number
Title
1747-6.6
SLC 500 Fixed Hardware Style
Installation and Operation Manual
SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style
Installation and Operation Manual
SLC 500 BASIC Module
Design and Integration Manual
SLC 500 BASIC
Language Reference Manual
SLC 500 BASIC
Development Software Programming Manual
Remote I/O Scanner User Manual
1747-RM001
SLC 500 Reference Manual
1747-6.21
1747–UM011
1746–UM004
1746–RM001
1746–PM001
PLC-5 Publications
Publication Number
Title
1785-6.2.1
1785 PLC-5 Programmable Controllers Design Manual
1785-6.1
PLC-5 Instruction Set Reference
1785-6.6.1
1785-7.1
PLC-5 Family Programmable Controllers Hardware
Installation Manual
PLC-5 Programmable Controllers Quick Reference
MicroLogix Publications
Publication Number
Title
1761-6.3
MicroLogix 1000 User Manual
1761-6.2.1
MicroLogix 1000 Quick Reference Guide
P–3
Preface
P–4
Chapter
A–B
1
DTAM Plus Overview
Objectives
This chapter describes the DTAM Plus and accessories.
Section
General Information
Page
General Information
1–1
Description
1–2
Keypad
1–4
DIP Switches
1–5
Communication Ports
1–6
RS-232 Communications
1–8
RS-485 Communications
1–9
Remote I/O Communications
1–10
Default Settings
1–11
DTAM Plus Programming Software (DPS)
1–12
Product Options and Accessories
1–13
The DTAM Plus interfaces with the Allen-Bradley PLC and SLC controller
product lines. The DTAM Plus allows operators to monitor and manipulate
process data on the plant floor.
RS-485 (DH-485), RS-232 / RS-422 (DF1) or Remote I/O Options.
Connect the DTAM Plus to the SLC family of processors via DH485, in
network or point-to-point modes or Remote I/O through a 1747-SN scanner.
Connect to the PLC family using Remote I/O or RS-232 / RS-422 DF1
through Channel 0 of PLC-5 processors.
8K or 40K Memory Capability. Supports up to 50 or 244 screens of data.
Recipe Operations. Recipe type functions allow operators to quickly
modify blocks of data. Download data to a maximum of 10 non-sequential
register addresses per screen. Link multiple recipe screens to download data
to more than 10 addresses.
Real Time Clock. 40K versions allow time stamping of critical reports and
displayed data.
Point-Access/Display Function. Allows you to monitor or modify data files
in SLC or PLC controllers. Use this function to setup and debug application
programs.
ASCII Input Capability. 40K versions allow the input of ASCII data, such
as decoded bar code data, through the RS-232 printer port.
PLC or SLC Controlled Screen Changes. Controllers can both monitor
and change the displayed screen.
1–1
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DTAM Plus OverView
Description
The front panel of the DTAM Plus terminal is shown below.
Figure 1.1
DTAM Plus (front view)
Display
LED Indicators
Communications Port(s)
Power Connector
Display
The 4 line by 20 character display uses either a Liquid Crystal Display
(LCD) with LED backlighting or a Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD).
You can adjust both the contrast and backlight levels on LCD displays using
the keypad. You can only adjust brightness on VFD displays.
Keypad
The keypad is a sealed unit with 25 tactile feedback keys. The VFD version
does not include the half moon brightness key so has 24 keys. The keys are
color coded for easy identification of key functions. The keypad is designed
for hand operation. Using any other object or tool may damage the overlay
or key.
LED Indicators
The front panel of the DTAM Plus has three indicators.
LED Indicator
Color
Indication
Indicates proper operation of the DTAM Plus.
RUN
Green
ALARM
Red
Function (F) Key
Yellow
Indicates an alarm condition. The LED flashes on and off
until the alarm is acknowledged.
Indicates the F (Function) key is active.
Note: DIP Switch SW-4 enables the F key.
1–2
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Figure 1.2
DTAM Plus (back view)
DIP Switch
(Behind Removable
Cover)
Power Connector
Communication Ports
Fuses
Communications Port
The DTAM Plus is available with a variety of communication options as
shown below.
Catalog No.
2707-L8P1, -L8P2
2707-L40P1,-L40P2, -V40P1,-V40P2,-V40P2N
2707-L8P1R, -L8P2R,
RS-232/485
X
X
Port Type
Printer
X
X➀
2707-L40P1R, -L40P2R, -V40P1R, -V40P2R,
-V40P2NR
➀ For transferring applications only; no host communications.
➁ Also use to transfer applications or upgrade firmware.
Remote I/O
X
X➁
X
Power Connector
The power connector is a non-removable, screw terminal block. Refer to the
power connector label (on back of DTAM Plus) for the proper voltage range.
DIP Switch
A 6-position DIP switch (under a removable cover) on the back selects
operating settings. To remove cover, align cover tabs with notches in hole.
1–3
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Keypad
Figure 1.3 shows the DTAM Plus keypad.
Figure 1.3
Keypad
MAIN
MENU
PREV
MENU
PREV
NEXT
F
Y
1
2
3
N
4
5
6
EXP
7
8
9
+/–
CE
0
The keys on the DTAM Plus keypad are color coded by function. Blue keys
are for navigation and operator responses; dark grey keys control display and
format; and light grey keys are for numeric entry.
Table 1.A
Key Functions
Key
Function
Key
Function
MAIN
MENU
Returns to the main menu of an application.
If the ALARM LED is flashing, the MENU key is not functional
until you press Y to acknowledge the alarm.
Adjusts the contrast of the LCD display in 4 steps.
PREV
MENU
Steps back through menus in an application.
If the ALARM LED is flashing, the PREV MENU key is not functional until you press Y to acknowledge alarm.
• Adjusts the brightness (LED backlighting) of LCD displays in
4 steps.
• Adjusts the character brightness on VFD displays in 2 steps.
Steps back through a sequence of linked screens.
Deletes the previous character.
PREV
Note: Not available on VFD displays.
Steps forward through a sequence of linked screens.
NEXT
EXP
Access the Function menu for performing terminal operations.
CE
F
Y
N
0
1–4
• Enters a Yes response.
• Acknowledges an alarm.
• Sets the status of a bit in a data entry screen.
• Increments the Elem and SElem fields in the P–A/D.
• Enters a No response.
• Clears the status of a bit in a data entry screen.
• Decrements the Elem and SElem fields in the P–A/D.
Enters a number during data entry or selects a numbered
9 menu item.
• Sends the current screen to the serial printer.
• Allows entry of exponential numbers.
Note: The F key enables EXP key. See Chapter 3 for details.
Clears an entire value during data entry. You cannot clear an
entry after pressing Enter, the value has been sent to controller.
Toggles a data entry value between positive or negative.
+/–
Enters a decimal point.
Sends the entered data or default value to the processor.
Chapter 1
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DIP Switches
The 6 position DIP switch allows you to enable or disable certain functions.
Access the DIP switch by removing the cover on the back (access cover is
shipped in the hardware bag on new units).
Figure 1.4
DIP Switch
Upload/Download Enable
Communication Port Selection
Master Security Enable
Function Key Enable
Terminal Mode Enable
Comm Upload/Download Enable
Side View
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON =
OPEN
OFF=
Table 1.B
DIP Switch Functions
Switch Position
Function
1
See note ➀
Upload/Download
Enable
2
See note ➁
Communication
Port Selection
3
See note ➁
Master Security
Enable
4
See note ➁
Function Key
Enable
5
Terminal Mode
Enable
6
See note ➂
Comm
Upload/Download
Enable
Setting
Function
ON
Enables the transfer of applications between the DTAM Plus and a computer running DPS.
Communication between the DTAM Plus and controller is disabled. Keypad entry is disabled.
OFF
Enables communication between the DTAM Plus and controller. Switch must be in this position to
run an application.
ON
Enables the port for RS-485 communications (DH-485, RS-422).
OFF
Enables the port for RS-232 communications.
ON
Enables the master code. Enabling the master code allows any security code to be accessed or
modified.
OFF
Disables the master code. You can still access a security screen or special functions but cannot
modify security codes.
ON
Enables the F (Function) key on the keypad. Operator has access to the function menu.
OFF
Disables the F (Function) key on the keypad. Operator cannot access the function menu.
ON
Enables the terminal mode allowing the DTAM Plus to display ASCII data received from the
communications port and transmit text from any key pressed.
OFF
Disables terminal mode.
ON
Enables uploads and downloads using the communications port (with SW1 set also, see above).
OFF
Disables the communications port for uploads/downloads, maintaining the network connection.
On 40K models, you can upload/download using the printer port.
On 8K models, you can upload/download using communications port when this switch is
ON or OFF.
➀ DTAM Plus resets each time this switch position is changed.
➁ The setting takes effect immediately.
➂ The printer port is always enabled, this switch only enables or disables the communications port for upload/download.
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DTAM Plus OverView
Communication Ports
Versions with Comm Port
The configurable communications port of the DTAM Plus supports RS-485
or RS-232. Use RS-485 to communicate with SLC processors over the
Allen-Bradley DH485 network as:
• one of 32 nodes on a multidrop network
• direct connection to a single SLC processor or the 1746-BAS module.
Communication via the 1746-BAS module provides direct backplane
access and faster data throughput.
Use RS-232 to communicate point-to-point DF1 to Channel 0 of the PLC-5
processors. You can also use RS-232 to download/upload DTAM Plus
application programs or to use the DTAM Plus in Terminal mode.
Comm Port Only
Comm Port
with Printer Port
Power Connector
Comm Port
RS-485 / RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Power Connector
Printer Port
RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Male)
Comm Port
RS-485 / RS-232
Connector (9 Pin Female)
The DTAM Plus supports the following parameters for RS-485 and RS-232C
communications:
RS-485 and RS-232
Communications Parameters
Baud Rate
Options
300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Data Bits
7 or 8
Parity
Odd, Even, None
The DTAM Plus supports RS-422 with a PLC-5 (DF1 protocol) when the
Comm port is set to RS-485.
1–6
DF1 Communications Parameters
Options
Protocol
DF1 Full-Duplex
Error Detect
CRC
BAUD Rate
300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 (Default-9600)
Parity
None or Even (Default = Even)
Control Line Operation
No Handshaking
Stop Bits
1
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DTAM Plus Overview
Communication Ports
Remote I/O Versions
Remote I/O versions of the DTAM Plus support direct links to a PLC/SLC
scanner or subscanner module on a remote I/O link. The DTAM Plus
appears to the controller like a standard I/O rack.
Remote I/O
Communications Parameters
Baud Rate
Options
57.6K, 115.2K, 230.4K
Rack Size
1/ , 1/ , 3/ , Full
4 2 4
Remote I/O with Printer Port
Remote I/O versions with a printer port download/upload application files
through the RS-232 printer port. The printer port is also used to upgrade the
operating system firmware.
Remote I/O with Comm Port
Remote I/O versions without a printer port have a selectable RS-485 /
RS-232 Comm port. This Comm port is only for transferring application and
upgrading the operating system. You cannot use this port to connect to a
host controller.
Remote I/O With
Printer Port
Power Connector
Printer Port RS-232
Connector
(9 Pin Male)
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
Remote I/O With
Comm Port
Power Connector
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
Comm Port
RS-485 / RS-232
Connector (9 Pin Female)
1–7
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RS-232 Communications
Versions with a Comm Port
The Comm port allows point-to-point communications with:
• PLC-5 Channel 0 (configured as RS-232 port, DF1 protocol)
• SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05, RS-232 port (DH485 protocol)
Figure 1.5
RS-232 Communications
DTAM Plus to PLC-5 Channel 0
PLC-5
DTAM Plus
Channel 0
Comm Port
(RS-232)
RS-232
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC3)
DTAM Plus to SLC 5/03 or 5/04
SLC 5/03
Channel 0
DTAM Plus
Gender Adapter
RS-232 Cable
(Catalog No. 1747-CP3)
Gender Adapter Required
1–8
Comm Port
(RS-232)
Chapter 1
DTAM Plus Overview
RS-485 Communications
Versions with a Comm Port
The Comm port allows:
• Point-to-point communications with a PLC-5 Channel 0 port
(configured as RS-422 port, DF1 protocol)
• Point-to-point or multidrop communications with an SLC controller
DH-485 port
Figure 1.6
RS-485 Communications
DTAM Plus to Single SLC
(Point-to-Point )
DTAM Plus to PLC-5 Channel 0
(Point-to-Point Only)
PLC-5
DTAM Plus
SLC
DTAM Plus
Channel 0
Comm Port
(RS-485)
Comm Port
(RS-485)
RS-485
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC1)
RS-422 Cable
(Catalog No. 2707-NC4)
DTAM Plus to DH-485 Network
(Multidrop)
DTAM Plus
DTAM Plus
SLC 5/01
Comm Port
(RS-485)
Comm Port
(RS-485)
RS-485
DH-485
RS-485
Cable
(Catalog No. 2707-NC1)
Link Coupler
(1747-AIC)
Link Coupler
(1747-AIC)
Interface Converter
(Catalog No. 1747-PIC)
RS-232 to
RS-485
Programming Terminal
Link Coupler
(1747-AIC)
1–9
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Remote I/O
Communications
Remote I/O Versions
The Remote I/O port allows you to connect the DTAM Plus to:
• a PLC over a Remote I/O link
• an SLC 1747-SN Scanner
• a PLC-5 scanner or subscanner
Figure 1.7
Remote I/O Connections
DTAM Plus to PLC-5 over Remote I/O Link
PLC-5
Computer
Remote I/O Network
Belden 9463 Cable
(Catalog No. 1770-CD)
Remote I/O DL40 Plus
RediPANEL
PanelView
DTAM Plus
DTAM Plus to SLC Controller
DTAM Plus
SLC 5/03
Remote I/O Port
Belden 9463 Cable
(Catalog No. 1770-CD)
1–10
RIO Scanner
(Catalog No. 1747-SN)
Chapter 1
DTAM Plus Overview
Default Settings
The DTAM Plus is preset at the factory with the following defaults:
Operating System
The DTAM Plus is provided with a default DH-485 application file.
The application file displays a screen with the message:
Bul 2707 DTAM Plus
No Program Loaded
DIP Switch Settings
The DTAM Plus is shipped with the following DIP Switch settings:
DIP Switch
Position
Default
Setting
1
ON
Upload/Download Enabled
2
ON
Communication Port Selection (RS-485)
3
ON
Master Security Enabled
4
OFF
Function Key Disabled
5
OFF
Terminal Mode Disabled
6
ON
COMM Upload/Download Enabled
Function
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Operating Parameters
You can set the following parameters using the DTAM Plus menu functions.
Default Value
Function
Comm Port
Printer Port
Remote I/O
Port
Special
Other
DTAM
Programming Software
(DPS)
Parameter
Comm Port
RS-485
Comm Port
RS-232
Remote I/O Port
Baud
19200
2400
2400
Data Bits
8
8
8
Parity
Even
None
None
Baud
9600
9600
9600
Data Bits
8
8
8
Parity
Even
Even
Even
Handshake
Off
Off
Off
LineFeed
Off
Off
Off
Port Enable
On
On
On
Baud
N/A
N/A
230.4K
Rack Size
N/A
N/A
Full
Last Rack
N/A
N/A
Yes
Rack Number
N/A
N/A
2
Module Group
N/A
N/A
0
DTAM Plus Node
00
N/A
N/A
Max. Node
02
N/A
N/A
Controller Node
01
N/A
N/A
Simulate
Off
Off
Off
Master Code
00000000
00000000
00000000
Scale
On
On
On
DTAM Plus applications are developed off-line using a personal computer
running DTAM Programming Software (DPS). DTAM Plus operating
system upgrades are also transferred using a personal computer.
Use DPS software (Catalog No. 2707-NP, Series H or later) to create
application screens for both the DTAM Plus, DTAM Micro and MicroView
Operator Terminals. For a description of DPS, refer to the Programming
Manual (Publication No. 2707-801).
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Product Options
and Accessories
The tables below lists the options that are available for the DTAM Plus.
Versions with a Comm Port
Description ➀
Catalog Number
2707-L8P1
LCD Display, 8K Memory, P1 Power Supply
2707-L8P2
LCD Display, 8K Memory, P2 Power Supply
2707-L40P1
LCD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P1 Power Supply
2707-L40P2
LCD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P2 Power Supply
2707-V40P1
VFD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P1 Power Supply
2707-V40P2
VFD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P2 Power Supply
2707-V40P2N
VFD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P2 Power Supply
NEMA Type 4X Rating (Indoor Use Only)
➀ See Specifications for voltage ranges of P1 and P2 Power Supplies.
Remote I/O Versions
Catalog Number
Description ➀
2707-L8P1R
LCD Display, 8K Memory, P1 Power Supply➁
2707-L8P2R
LCD Display, 8K Memory, P2 Power Supply➁
2707-L40P1R
LCD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P1 Power Supply➂
2707-L40P2R
LCD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P2 Power Supply➂
2707-V40P1R
VFD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P1 Power Supply➂
2707-V40P2R
VFD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P2 Power Supply➂
2707-V40P2NR
VFD Display, 40K Memory, Printer Port, Real Time Clock, P2 Power Supply
NEMA Type 4X Rating (Indoor Use Only)➂
➀ See Specifications for voltage ranges of P1 and P2 Power Supplies.
➁ Has selectable Comm port for uploading and downloading application files or firmware upgrades.
➂ Printer port is also used for uploading and downloading application files or firmware upgrades.
Accessories
Catalog Number
Description
2707-NC1
Cable, DH485 Network Interface
2707-NC2
Cable, RS-232C Program Upload/Download
2707-NC3
Cable, DF1 RS-232C Interface, 8 feet (2.43 meter)
2707-NC4
Cable, DF1 RS-422 Interface, 15 feet (4.57 meter)
2707-NC5
Cable, RS-485 Upload/Download Cable
2707-NC6
Cable, Bar Code Interface, connects to Allen-Bradley bar code scanners
(Catalog No. 2755-G3-D, -G6-D, -LD1-D, -LD2-D)
2707-NC10
Cable, RS-232 Interface, 8 feet (2 meter)
2707-NP
Offline Software Development Package (Series H or later)
1–13
Chapter 1
DTAM Plus OverView
1–14
Chapter
A–B
2
Loading an Application
Objectives
This chapter describes how to apply power and transfer applications between
the offline programing software (DPS) and the DTAM Plus.
Section
Power Source
Page
Power Source
2–1
Applying Power
2–2
Powerup Sequence
2–3
Upload/Download DIP Switch Settings
2–5
Upload/Download RS-232 Connections
2–6
Upload/Download RS-485 Connections
2–7
Computer Setup
2–7
Downloading an Application
2–8
Uploading an Application
2–13
This section describes power connections for initial desktop setup and
programming. Refer to Chapter 5 for installation wiring instructions.
The DTAM Plus is available in two voltage ranges:
• Versions with P1 power supply, accepts 15-23V AC (47 to 440 Hz)
or 20-30V DC
• Series D versions with P1 power supply only, accepts 20-30V DC
• Versions with P2 power supply, accepts 85-265V AC (47 to 440 Hz) or
110-300V DC
!
ATTENTION: Verify that the power is disconnected from the
power source before wiring. Failure to disconnect power may
result in electrical shock.
Make sure that the supply voltage matches the voltage label on
the back of the DTAM Plus. The incorrect voltage may damage
the DTAM Plus.
Do not overtighten the power connector screw terminals.
Overtightening the terminals may damage the DTAM Plus.
2–1
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Loading an Application
Applying Power
To apply power to the DTAM Plus:
1. Connect the ground, neutral, and hot lines as shown below.
Verify the connections by checking the power supply label on the back of
the DTAM Plus.
DTAM Plus
(40K Remote I/O Version Shown, Others Are Similar)
For DC connections, connect the Positive Lead
to Hot and the Negative lead to NEU.
2. Apply power.
The DTAM Plus performs a powerup sequence.
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Chapter 2
Loading an Application
Powerup Sequence
The powerup sequence is automatic. The sequence depends upon the setting
of DIP switch position SW-1 (upload / download enable). The DTAM Plus
is shipped with SW-1 On.
Powerup Sequence (DIP Switch SW-1 ON)
The following steps show the powerup sequence if DIP switch SW-1 is ON.
1. The DTAM Plus verifies the system memory checksum, program
checksum, and system RAM. When done, the result is displayed with the
current DIP switch settings.
Memory Check: pass
DIP Switch: 101000
40K User Memory
2. The display is tested, every pixel of the display is turned on.
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3. The firmware version number and type of communication port(s) is
displayed (PPort, RS-232, RS-485 or Remote I/O).
Operator Interface
Core: X.XX RS-485
PPORT
4. The DTAM Plus waits for an application download.
Programming Mode
Waiting Up/Download
You cannot operate the DTAM Plus keypad while in the upload/download
mode. The DTAM Plus is waiting for upload/download operations with a
personal computer running the DTAM Programming Software (DPS).
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Loading an Application
Powerup Sequence (DIP Switch SW-1 OFF)
The following steps show the powerup sequence if DIP switch SW-1 is OFF.
1. The DTAM Plus verifies the system memory checksum, program
checksum, and system RAM. After the test is completed, the result is
displayed with the current DIP switch settings.
Checksum: passed
DIP Switch: 001000
RAM: pass
40K User Memory
2. The display is tested, every pixel of the display is turned on.
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Use this display to verify that all pixels are operational.
3. The operating system firmware release number and protocol is displayed
(PLC5-DF1 or AB DH-485 or Remote I/O).
Allen-Bradley
Operator Interface
DTAM Plus (c) 1996
FRN: 01.20 AB-RIO
4. On 40K versions with a clock, the current time setting is displayed.
DATE: Wed Aug 12 98
TIME: 01:12:47
Diagnostics Complete
5. The first application screen displays. When the DTAM Plus is powered
up for the first time you see:
Bul. 2707 DTAM Plus
No Program Loaded
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Chapter 2
Loading an Application
Upload / Download
DIP Switch Settings
Before you can upload or download an application, you must verify that
DIP switch SW-1 is ON. (DTAM Plus is shipped in this position).
To access the DIP switch, remove the cover from the access hole on the back
of the DTAM Plus (align cover tabs with notches in hole to remove). The
DTAM Plus is shipped without the cover installed, you can find it in the
hardware bag.
On versions with both a Comm and a Printer port, you can transfer
applications using the communication port or the printer port:
• Set DIP switch position SW-6 ON to select the Comm port
• Set DIP switch position SW-6 OFF to select the Printer port
Note: Turn DIP switch SW-6 ON after downloading through the printer
port. This allows communications to occur with the controller.
All other versions of the DTAM Plus use a single port to transfer
applications; either the Comm port or the Printer port.
If using the Comm port, make sure DIP switch SW-2 is in the correct
position (OFF = RS-232 download, ON = RS-485 download).
Side View
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON =
OPEN
DIP Switch SW-1
must be ON.
On Versions with a Printer Port
DIP Switch SW-6 must be:
When using the RS-485 / RS-232
Comm Port for file download, set
SW-2 to the correct port selection.
ON = RS-485
OFF = RS-232
ON to download using the
Comm port.
OFF to download using the
Printer port (only if the
Comm port is connected to
a host).
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Upload / Download
RS-232 Connections
To connect a DTAM Plus RS-232 port to a computer, use the RS-232
Upload/Download cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC2). Use the communications
or printer port (see below). You may need a 9-to-25 pin adapter to connect
the cable to your computer. A male to female gender adapter is required to
connect the cable to the printer port or you can create your own cable.
Appendix B provides cable diagrams.
Remote I/O Version With
Printer Port
Remote I/O Version With
Comm Port
Power Connector
Printer Port RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Male)
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
Power Connector
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
Comm Port Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Gender
Adapter
Cable
(2707-NC2)
Cable
(2707-NC2)
To Computer
RS-232 Port
To Computer
RS-232 Port
Comm 1 or 2
Comm 1 or 2
Versions with a Comm Port Only
Versions with a Comm Port
and Printer Port
Power Connector
Comm Port Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Power Connector
Printer Port RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Male)
Gender
Adapter
Cable
(2707-NC2)
To Computer
RS-232 Port
Cable
(2707-NC2)
Use Either Port
(Set DIP Switch #6 to
correspond)
Cable
(2707-NC2)
Comm 1 or 2
To Computer
RS-232 Port
Comm 1 or 2
2–6
Comm Port Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Chapter 2
Loading an Application
Upload / Download
RS-485 Connections
Versions with a Comm Port
It’s recommended that you use the RS-232 port for transferring applications.
On DTAM Plus versions with a Comm (RS-485 / RS-232) port, you can also
download applications using an RS-485 connection.
Versions with a Comm Port
and Printer Port
Power Connector
RS-485 / RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Remote I/O Version With
Comm Port
Power Connector
Power Connector
Printer Port
RS-485 / RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
RS-485 / RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Create your own cable
To Computer
RS-485 Port or
Converter
To download through the RS-485 port, you must:
• set DIP switch position SW-2 ON
• create a communication cable. The RS-485 port connections are:
DTAM Plus Comm Port
RS-485/RS-232 Connector
Pin 1 = TX485 Pin 2 = Tx485 +
Pin 3 = Rx485 Pin 4 = Rx485 +
Computer Setup
Upload/download functions are initiated from a personal computer running
the programming software DPS (Catalog No. 2707-NP, series H or later).
Transfer functions always occur at 9600 Baud (regardless of the DTAM Plus
application’s printer or communications port settings).
After a reset with a valid application, the DTAM Plus baud rate is set to the
parameters defined by the application program residing in the DTAM Plus.
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Loading an Application
Downloading an Application
This section shows how to download an application from a computer running
DPS software to the DTAM Plus. Refer to the DPS Programming Manual
(Publication No. 2707-801) for additional information.
To download an application:
1. Apply power to the DTAM Plus.
The following message appears.
Programming Mode
Waiting Up/Download
If you do not see this message, check the DIP switch settings.
DIP Switch SW-1 must be ON.
2. On your computer, move to the /DPS subdirectory.
C:\DPS>
3. Type dps and press [Return] to start the program.
C:\DPS>dps [Return]
. You will not see this prompt if
a monitor was specified during
DPS installation.
4. Specify whether you are using a color monitor. Enter Y or N.
5. The startup screen displays:
Technical Support
2–8
Voice: 440–646–6800
FAX: 440–646–6850 or 6890
E–mail: RACLEASKTHEEXPERT@RA.ROCKWELL.COM
Chapter 2
Loading an Application
6. Press any key (other than [Esc]) to continue.
The Product Selection Menu appears.
. You will not see this prompt if
a product type was specified
during installation.
7. Press the down arrow [ # ] and [Return] to select the DTAM Plus product.
The Opening Menu appears.
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Loading an Application
Downloading an Application
8. Highlight Download File to DTAM Plus and press [Return].
The Communication Port Selection screen appears.
. You will not see this screen if a
communication port was
specified during DPS
installation.
9. Highlight the serial port on your computer that is connected to the
DTAM Plus (COMM 1 or COMM 2) and press [Return].
☞ If a communication link does not
10. When communication is established, this screen appears:
occur in 10 seconds, you get an
error message. Check DTAM Plus
DIP switch settings and cable
connections.
☞ If a RAM memory error occurs,
make sure enough computer base
RAM is available. If other
programs such as windows are
running, reboot your computer to
exit to DOS.
11. Enter or select the file you want to download. If the application file type
(DH-485, PLC5 DF1, or Remote I/O) is different from the existing
DTAM Plus operating system, you are prompted to download the new
operating system.
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Loading an Application
12. Select a file and press [Return] to load the application file.
The download begins and the following screen shows the progress of the
download operation.
13. During the download, the DTAM Plus alternately displays:
Programming Mode
Transfer in Progress
Please Wait
Programming Mode
Copying to Memory
and then
Programming Mode
Memory Store Done
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14. When the download is complete, you return to the Opening Menu.
and the DTAM Plus displays:
Programming Mode
Waiting Up/Download
15. Press [Esc] to exit the software.
16. Press [Y] to return to DOS.
The application is now loaded in the DTAM Plus. You can test the
application using the simulate function described in Chapter 4 or you can
run the application as described in Chapter 5.
Important: To run the application, set DIP switch SW-1 OFF. The
DTAM Plus will reset and start the application.
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Chapter 2
Loading an Application
Uploading an Application
This section shows how to upload an application from the DTAM Plus to a
computer running DPS software (Catalog No. 2707-NP). Refer to the DPS
User manual (Publication No. 2707-801) for additional instructions.
To upload an application:
1. Apply power to the DTAM Plus.
The following message appears.
Programming Mode
Waiting Up/Download
If you do not see this message, check the DIP switch settings.
DIP Switch SW-1 must be ON.
2. On your computer, move to the /DPS subdirectory.
C:\DPS>
3. Type dps and press [Return] to start the program.
C:\DPS>dps [Return]
. You will not see this prompt if
a monitor was specified during
DPS installation.
4. Specify whether you are using a color monitor. Enter Y or N.
5. The startup screen displays.
Technical Support
Voice: 440–646–6800
FAX: 440–646–6850 or 6890
E–mail: RACLEASKTHEEXPERT@RA.ROCKWELL.COM
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Loading an Application
6. Press any key (other than [Esc]) to continue.
The Product Selection Menu appears.
. You will not see this prompt if
a product type was specified
during installation.
7. Press the down arrow [ # ] and [Return] to select the DTAM Plus product.
The Opening Menu appears.
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Loading an Application
8. Highlight Upload File from DTAM Plus and press [Return].
The Communication Port Selection screen appears.
. You will not see this screen if a
communication port was
specified during DPS
installation.
9. Highlight the serial port on your computer that is connected to the
DTAM Plus (COMM 1 or COMM 2) and press [Return].
10. The upload begins and the following screen shows the progress of the
upload operation.
11. You are prompted for the application file name. Enter the file name and
press [Return].
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Loading an Application
12. When the upload is complete, you return to the Opening Menu.
13. Press [Esc] to exit the software.
14. Press [Y] to return to DOS.
The application is now loaded into the DPS software. You can edit the
application as described in the DPS Programming Manual (Publication
No. 2707-801).
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Chapter
A–B
3
Using the Function Menu
Objectives
This chapter describes how to perform operations from the Function menu
and contains the following sections:
Section
Page
Function Key Menu
3–2
Resetting the DTAM Plus
3–3
Setting Communication Port Parameters
3–4
Displaying Remote I/O Port Parameters
3–5
Setting Printer Port Parameters
3–7
Enabling Screen Prints
3–9
Setting the Clock Calendar
3–10
Adjusting the Display Contrast
3–11
Adjusting the Display Brightness
3–12
Enabling Simulate Mode
3–13
Enabling Terminal Mode
3–14
Entering a New Master Security Code
3–16
Using Scaling
3–18
Accessing the Point /Access Display Function
3–19
Accessing Test Functions
3–20
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Using the Function Menu
Function Key Menu
Many DTAM Plus functions are accessed from the Function menu. To
access the Function menu, press the [F] key on the keypad. All other
functions are halted when the menu is displayed.
Note: To enable the F (Function) key, DIP switch SW-4 must be set ON.
The Function menu provides access to these functions:
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
Select a menu item by pressing the corresponding numeric key [1] ! [8].
The menu structure is shown below:
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
Configures the Comm Port
Select Item:
1 Baud Rate
2 Data Bits
3 Parity
4 Exit
Configures the Printer Port
1 Baud Rate
2 Data Bits
3 Parity
4 Hndshk
5 L/Feed
6 Penable
7 Exit
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
Special Controller Operations
Screen display depends
upon operating system.
Refer to Appendix C.
Configures Terminal Mode
1 Half Duplex
2 Line Feed Enable
3 Cursor Enable
4 Exit
Performs Self Tests
Sets the Clock /Calendar
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER to Initiate
[Test Function]
Resets the DTAM Plus
Accesses Additional Functions
1 Simulate 5 Master C
2 BL / INT 6 Scale E
3 Contrast 7 Exit
4 Prn Scrn
3–2
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Resetting the DTAM Plus
Use the Reset function to reset the DTAM Plus after DIP switch changes or a
configuration change using the Function Key Menu.
You can also use the Reset function to activate Terminal Mode if DIP switch
SW-5 is set ON.
To reset the DTAM Plus:
1. From the Function Menu, select Reset [4].
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
This screen appears:
Press ”Y” To Reset
Press ”N” To Abort
2. Press [Y] on the keypad to initiate the reset.
The DTAM Plus resets. This has the same effect as turning the power off
and on. The DTAM Plus performs the self diagnostic tests and powerup
displays as described in the previous section.
3–3
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Using the Function Menu
Setting Communication
Port Parameters
The C-Port option on the Function Menu lets you manually adjust the
communication port parameters. Normally these parameters are set from the
DPS programming software when an application is downloaded.
Select C-Port [1] from the Function Menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
This menu displays:
Select Item:
1 Baud Rate
2 Data Bits
3 Parity
4 Exit
Exits to Function Menu
Select an item by pressing the corresponding numeric key [1] ! [4].
Baud Rate
Selecting Baud Rate [1] displays the current baud rate.
Select Baud Rate:
Baud Rate
2400
”NEXT” To Change
”ENTER” To Select
Press [NEXT] to toggle through the options: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
] to select a new rate. DH-485 communications
19200, 38400. Press [
with an SLC or network cannot be set to 300 Baud.
Data Bits
Selecting Data Bits [2] displays the current setting.
Select Bit Counts:
Bits
8
”NEXT” To Change
”ENTER” To Select
Press [NEXT] to change between 7 or 8 bits. Press [
] to select a setting.
Parity
Selecting Parity [3] displays the current setting.
Select Parity:
Parity
None
”NEXT” To Change
”ENTER” To Select
Press [NEXT] to change between Even, Odd, or No parity. Press [
select a new parity.
3–4
] to
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Displaying Remote I/O
Port Parameters
The R–Port option allows you to display (not modify) Remote I/O
parameters for the DTAM Plus. These parameters are set from the
programming software when an application is downloaded.
The R–Port option is only available for versions with a Remote I/O port.
To display Remote I/O communication parameters:
1. Select Special [5] from the Function Menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
This menu displays:
1. P - AD
2. R - PORT
Note: P–AD functions are described in Appendix C
2. Select R–Port [2] from the menu.
This menu displays:
1 BaudRate
2 RackSize
3 LastRack
4 RackNum
5 ModuGrp
6 Reset
Select an item by pressing the corresponding numeric key [1] ! [6].
The current setting for the selected parameter is displayed. Press [
return to the previous menu.
] to
Baud Rate
Selecting BaudRate [1] displays the current baud rate.
Baud Rate
230.4K
”ENTER” To Continue
Rack Size
Selecting RackSize [2] displays the current rack size.
Rack Size
FULL
”ENTER” To Continue
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Using the Function Menu
Last Rack
Selecting LastRack [3] shows whether the DTAM Plus is configured as the
last rack.
Is Last Rack
YES
”ENTER” To Continue
Rack Number
Selecting RackNum [4] displays the current rack number of the DTAM Plus.
Rack Number
02
”ENTER” To Continue
Module Group
Selecting ModuGrp [5] displays the starting module group of the
DTAM Plus.
Module Group
0
”ENTER” To Continue
Reset
Selecting Reset [6] restarts the DTAM Plus (same as cycling power).
3–6
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Setting Printer
Port Parameters
The P-Port option on the Function Menu lets you manually set the RS-232
printer port parameters. Normally these parameters are set automatically
from the DPS programming software when an application is downloaded.
This menu options is only valid for versions that have a printer port.
Select P-Port [2] from the Function Menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
1 Baud Rate
2 Data Bits
3 Parity
4 Hndshk
5 L/Feed
6 Penable
7 Exit
This menu displays:
Baud Rate
Selecting Baud Rate [1] displays the current baud rate.
Select Baud Rate:
Baud Rate
9600
”NEXT” To Change
”ENTER” To Select
Press [NEXT] to toggle through the options: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
] to select a new rate.
19200, 38400. Press [
Data Bits
Selecting Data Bits [2] displays the current setting.
Select Bit Counts:
Bits
8
”NEXT” To Change
”ENTER” To Select
Press [NEXT] to change between 7 or 8 bits. Press [
] to select a setting.
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Using the Function Menu
Parity
Selecting Parity [3] displays the current setting.
Select Parity:
Parity
None
”NEXT” To Change
”ENTER” To Select
Press [NEXT] to change between Even, Odd, or No parity. Press [
select a new parity.
] to
Handshake
Selecting Hndshk [4] enables/disables handshaking. Handshaking is a
request to send a communications signal (RTS) and notification that a
transmission may be sent (CTS).
HNDSHK Enable OFF (0)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Press [1] or [Y] to enable handshaking. Press [0] or [N] to disable
] to return to P-Port menu without any change.
handshaking. Press [
Line Feed
Selecting L/Feed [5] enables/disables Line Feed. When enabled, The DTAM
Plus sends a line feed (LF), in addition to a carriage return after a form has
been printed. When disabled, only a carriage return is sent.
L/Feed Enable OFF (0)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Press [1] or [Y] to enable a line feed. Press [0] or [N] to disable a line feed.
Press [Enter] to return to P-Port menu without any change.
Port Enable
Selecting PEnable [6] enables/disables the printer port. You must enable the
printer port, to upload or download applications through the port.
PEnable ON (1)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Press [1] or [Y] to enable the printer port. Press [0] or [N] to disable the
printer port. Press [
] to return to P-Port menu without any change.
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Using the Function Menu
Enabling Screen Prints
The Prn Scrn option allows you to send the current display screen to the
printer port when the [EXP] key is pressed on the keypad.
When the Prn Scrn option is disabled, you can only use the [EXP] key to
enter floating point data.
This menu options is only valid for versions that have a printer port.
To enable printing of screens:
1. Select Other [5] from the Function menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
1 Simulate
2 BL / Int
3 Contrast
4 Prn Scrn
5 Mastr C
6 Scale E
7 Exit
This menu displays:
2. Press [4] to select Prn Scrn.
The following screen appears.
PSCREEN Enab ON (1)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
3. Press [1] to enable the screen prints or [0] to disable.
4. Press [7] to exit and return to the Function Menu.
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Using the Function Menu
Setting the Clock/Calendar
The Clk/Cal option on the Function Menu lets you set and display the
internal real time clock of the DTAM Plus (only on versions with clock
option).
The real time clock provides time and date information for DTAM Plus
operations. You can also insert the time and date in operator screens and
print forms. Refer to your controller documentation for more details on time
synchronization.
The real time clock is accurate to +/– 1 minute per month @25° C.
To set the real time clock:
1. Select Clk/Cal [3] from the Function menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
This screen displays:
Enter Date MM.DD.YY
2. Enter a new date in the form MM.DD.YY with decimal points between
the MM, DD and YY. Press [
] to store the values in the DTAM Plus.
The screen prompts you to enter a time.
Enter Date MM.DD.YY
08.05.98
Enter Time HH.MM.SS
HH = Hour (0-23 or –12)
MM = Minutes (0-59)
SS = Seconds (0-59)
3. Enter a new time in the form HH.MM.SS with decimal points between
].
the HH, MM and SS and then press [
The screen prompts you to select a 24 hour or 12 hour format.
Select Time Format
”Y” = 24 Hour Format
”N” = 12 Hour Format
4. Press [Y] to select 24 hour format or [N] to select 12 hour (AM/PM)
format. If you press [N], you are prompted to select AM or PM.
The screen displays both the current time and date.
TIME 10:14:28
DATEWed Aug 5 98
Press ”ENTER”
5. Press [
3–10
] to return to the Function menu.
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Adjusting the
Display Contrast
(LCD versions only)
The Contrast option on the Other menu enables or disables the contrast
adjustment the of the LCD display from the contrast key. Any adjustments to
the contrast from the keypad are maintained after power is cycled to the
DTAM Plus. If disabled, the contrast and backlight intensity remain at their
current setting and cannot be changed from the keypad.
The Contrast option is only available on DTAM Plus versions with a Liquid
Crystal Display (LCD).
To enable contrast adjustments from the keypad:
1. Select Other [8] from the Function menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
1 Simulate
2 BL / Int
3 Contrast
4 Prn Scrn
5 Mastr C
6 Scale E
7 Exit
This menu displays:
2. Press [3] to select Contrast.
The following screen appears.
Contrast Enab
ON(1)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Current Setting
3. Press [1] to control the contrast from the keypad or [0] to disable.
The Other menu displays.
4. Press [7] to return to the Function Menu.
3–11
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Adjusting the
Display Brightness
The BL / INT option on the Other menu enables or disables the
backlighting (LCD versions) or character intensity (VFD versions)
adjustment from the keypad. Any adjustments to the brightness from the
keypad are maintained after power is cycled to the DTAM Plus. If
disabled, the brightness remains at its current setting and cannot be
changed from the keypad.
To enable brightness adjustments from the keypad:
1. Select Other [8] from the Function menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
1 Simulate
2 BL / Int
3 Contrast
4 Prn Scrn
5 Mastr C
6 Scale E
7 Exit
This menu displays:
2. Press [2] to select BL / INT.
The following screen appears.
BL / INT Enab ON (1)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Current Setting
3. Press [1] to control brightness from the keypad or [0] to disable.
4. Press [7] to exit and return to the Function Menu.
3–12
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Enabling Simulate Mode
Use the Simulate mode to check an application without having a controller
connected. All data normally sent by the controller, such as data for a
display, is set to 0. Simulate mode:
• halts communication between the DTAM Plus and the controller.
• simulates communication with a controller.
Disabling the Simulate mode resumes normal DTAM Plus operation.
To simulate an application:
1. Download the application from the DPS software.
2. From the Function Menu, select Other [8].
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
The Other Menu appears:
1 Simulate
2 BL / Int
3 Contrast
4 Prn Scrn
5 Mastr C
6 Scale E
7 Exit
3. Press [1] to select Simulate.
Simulate Enalbe OFF(0)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Current Setting
4. Press [1] to enable the Simulate mode or [0] to disable.
5. Press [7] to exit and return to the Function Menu.
6. Press [4] to reset the DTAM Plus.
The DTAM Plus displays a series of diagnostic tests, enters run mode, and
then displays the Function Menu of the application.
7. Run the program as you normally would. Notice that all display registers
show data as a set of zeroes.
Pressure = 0000 PSI
Data Display
8. After verifying the operation of the program, press the [F] key.
All other functions are halted and the Function Menu is displayed.
9. Disable Simulate mode.
3–13
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Enabling Terminal Mode
The Term option on the Function Menu lets you set communication and
display parameters for using the DTAM Plus in terminal mode.
Terminal Mode disables execution of the application program and enables
the DTAM Plus to function as a terminal device.
In Terminal mode, the DTAM Plus displays any ASCII data received through
the communications port. The ASCII codes associated with the keys on the
DTAM Plus keypad are transmitted through the communications port when a
key is pressed.
To activate terminal mode, you must set DIP switch SW1-5 to ON and reset
the device. The display is cleared and ready to display received data.
To set parameters for Terminal Mode:
Select Term [6] from the Function Menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
This menu displays:
1 Half Duplex
2 Line Feed Enable
3 Cursor Enable
4 Exit
Exits to Function Menu
Half Duplex
Selecting Half Duplex [1] enables/disables half duplex communications to
and from the device. Enabling half duplex echoes to the display all the
DTAM Plus keys pressed.
Half Duplex
ON (1)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Press [1] or [Y] to enable half duplex. Press [0] or [N] to disable half
] to return to P-Port menu without any change.
duplex. Press [
3–14
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Line Feed Enable
Selecting L/Feed [2] enables/disables Line Feed. When enabled, The DTAM
Plus sends a line feed (LF) and carriage return (CR) each time a carriage
return is received. When disabled, only a carriage return is sent.
L/Feed Enable OFF (0)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Press [1] or [Y] to enable a line feed. Press [0] or [N] to disable a line feed.
Press [
] to return to P-Port menu without any change.
Cursor Enable
Selecting Cursor Enable [3] enables/disables a block cursor display. When
enabled, The DTAM Plus uses a block cursor display.
Cursor Enable ON (1)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Press [1] or [Y] to enable a block cursor display. Press [0] or [N] to disable a
] to return to P-Port menu without any change.
the block cursor. Press [
3–15
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Entering a New Master
Security Code
The Special [5] menu item on the function menu may be password protected
to restrict access to the P-A/D feature. When an application has a security
screen, the operator will be prompted for a security code. The master
security code provides access to the Special menu and all other security
codes allowing them to be modified. Two master security codes perform
special functions:
00000000 allows the operator to modify the existing master code without
entering the current code.
99999999 does not allow operator to modify security codes. The master
security code must be changed using the DPS software.
Note: DIP Switch SW-3 must be ON to access the master code function.
To enter a new Master Security code:
1. From the Function Menu, select Other [8].
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
The Other Menu appears:
1 Simulate
2 BL / Int
3 Contrast
4 Prn Scrn
5 Mastr C
6 Scale E
7 Exit
2. Press [5] to select the Master security code function.
The master code entry screen displays:
Enter Current Master
Code:_
3. Enter the current code and press [
].
You are prompted to enter a new code.
Enter New Master
Code:_
4. Enter a new code.
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Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Note: Security codes can contain the wildcard character “?”. Any
entered value will be seen as a match to the wildcard. The master security
code must be different from security codes using wildcard entries.
Otherwise the master security code may be seen as a security code. For
example:
Security Code =12??????
Master Code = 12368794
When the master security code above is entered, the DTAM Plus
interprets it as a security code.
5. Press [
] to return to the Other menu.
6. Press [7] to return to the Function menu.
Master Security code operation:
Assuming that a security screen has been defined for the application.
1. From the Function Menu, select Special [5].
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
You are prompted :
*RESTRICTED ACCESS*
ENTER CODE
:
2. If you enter a valid security code, the Special menu is displayed. If you
enter the master security code, you are shown the current special security
codes:
1994????
39474009
12340000
Security Codes
You can modify any of the security codes.
3. Press the Enter key.
Access to the Special menu is provided:
Valid Security Code
Access Permittted
The Special menu is then displayed.
3–17
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Using Scaling
Use scaling to convert data from a controller to engineering units such as
gallons or psi. When scaling is disabled, the values are not converted. Refer
to the DTAM Programming Software Manual for a description of how values
are scaled. The scaling factor is determined by the application designer, it
cannot be changed by the operator.
Flow = 16
Gallons Per Minute
Flow Rate
Transducer
DTAM Plus displays
scaled value of
16 Gallons Per Minute
PLC-5
Flow Rate
Transducer
Value = 510
Value From
Controller = 510
To enable or disable scaling:
1. From the Function Menu, select Other.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
The Other Menu appears:
1 Simulate
2 BL / Int
3 Contrast
4 Prn Scrn
5 Mastr C
6 Scale E
7 Exit
2. Press [6] to select Scale Enable.
The scale enable screen appears:
Scale Enalbe ON(0)
”1” or ”Y” = ON
”0” or ”N” = OFF
ENTER = NC
Current Setting
3. Press [1] on the keypad to enable scaling or [0] to disable scaling.
You return to the Other Menu.
4. Press [7] to exit to the Function Menu.
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Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Accessing the Point/Access
Display Function
The Point - Access / Display function allows you to display and modify
controller data files. The P-A/D function does not allow you to write
controller Input and Output files.
Appendix C provides a listing of the applicable file types for SLC and
PLC-5 controllers, along with step-by-step instructions on how to use the
P-A/D function.
To access the Point - Access/Display Function:
1. From the Function Menu, select Special [5].
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
This menu displays:
Remote I/O
Operating System
1. P – A/D
2. R – PORT
DH485
Operating System
SLC 50X Network Addr
Press
”Y’ to Edit Address
”N” to Bypass
PLC5 DF1
Operating System
1. P – A/D
2. PLC Mode
3. Memory Transfer
4. Clear PLC Fault
DTAMPlus:00 Max:02
SLC Expected At
01
Input NewSLC Node01*
Press ENTER
1. P – A/D
2. SLC 50X Mode
3. Memory Transfer
4. Clear SLC Fault
* Only applies to the P-A/D function.
2. Select the P-A/D [1] option.
3. See Appendix C for details on how to use the P-A/D function.
Note: When an application is created (using DPS programming software), a
special security screen can be configured that restricts access to the Special
Menu.
3–19
Chapter 3
Using the Function Menu
Accessing Test Functions
Use the Test menu to perform variety of tests that check the status of the
DTAM Plus functions and hardware. You can access all of the Test options
from the Function menu.
This section shows how to access the test functions. For details on how to
perform each test, see Chapter 7 Troubleshooting and Maintenance.
To access the Test functions:
From the Function Menu, select Test [7].
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
The test screen appears:
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Reset DUT
Current Test Selection
The last line displays the current text selection. Press [NEXT] to toggle
through all the options. Press [
] to initiate the selected test.
You can run the following tests from the Test menu.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3–20
Reset DUT (DTAM Under Test)
DIP switch positions
Display
Keyboard
Communications port
Printer Port
Display Control
Random Access Memory (RAM)
System Memory
Program File
Clock/Calendar
Transmit Enable and Alarm
Chapter
A–B
4
Running Applications
Chapter Objectives
This chapter describes screen types and operating procedures that are
common to most applications. It contains the following sections:
Section
Page
DIP Switch Setting
4–1
Application Documentation
4–1
Screen Types
4–2
Screen Navigation
4–2
Menu and Sub-Menu Screens
4–3
Security Screens
4–3
Data Display Screens
4–4
Bar Graph Screens
4–4
Data Entry Screens
4–4
ASCII Input
4–5
Recipe Screens
4–6
Alarm Screens
4–6
DIP Switch Setting
Before an application can be run, verify that the DIP switch SW-1 is OFF.
This enables the run mode. Refer to the DIP switch description on page 1–5.
Application
Documentation
It is the responsibility of the application designer to document the operation
of an application program. This chapter only provides basic guidelines.
Before running an application, you should understand what processes are
being controlled and monitored.
4–1
Chapter 4
Running Applications
Screen Types
Application screens can have a variety of appearances. The DTAM Plus can
display seven types of screens.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Screen Navigation
Menu and Sub-Menu Screens
Security Screens
Data Display Screens
Data Entry Screens
Recipe Screens
Bargraph Screens
Alarm Screens
The DTAM Plus provides several options for changing the screen displays:
• Screen links
• Advisor option
Screen Links
Use the [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to step backward and forward through this
sequence.
Main Menu and Sub-Menu screens list screens that can be accessed by
pressing the assigned numeric key [1] through [8]. A typical Main Menu
screen provides links to individual screens or sub-menus:
1
2
3
4
Pump
Tank Stat
Mixer Stat
Recipe
In the example above, pressing [2] at the Main Menu displays the status of a
holding tank. Pressing [4] displays a Sub-Menu of the recipe screen options.
Advisor Option
Applications can allow screen changes that are controlled by an SLC or PLC
logic controller. When the logic controller writes a valid screen number to a
specified Advisor register, the corresponding screen is displayed. The
controller can initiate a screen change based upon a variety of inputs to the
controller. For example, a pressure limit switch can be used to initiate the
display of a pressure control screen. It is the responsibility of the application
designer to document when and what screen changes may occur.
4–2
Chapter 4
Running Applications
Menu and
Sub-Menu Screens
Menus and Sub-Menus provide a convenient method of accessing a large
number of display screens.
Main Menu
Every application has a Main Menu screen. The Main Menu is the first
application screen displayed after an initial power-up or reset.
1
2
3
4
Pump
Tank Stat
Mixer Stat
Recipe
The Main Menu provides access to the next level of screens and Sub-Menus.
To access the Main Menu, press the [MAIN MENU] key. Pressing this key
at any time displays the Main Menu. The only time the Main Menu will not
be displayed is when an alarm screen has been triggered but not
acknowledged. You must acknowledge alarm screens, by pressing [Y],
before another screen can be displayed.
Sub-Menus
Sub-Menu screens function like the Main Menu. The only difference is that
you must navigate through the other screens to access the Sub-Menus.
Security Screens
Security screens limit access to parts of an application. Although the text on
a security screen may be changed by the application designer, many
applications will use the default text:
*RESTRICTED ACCESS*
ENTER CODE:
A security code is a series of 1 to 8 digits. Each security screen can have up
to 3 code entries. Entering any one of the codes provides access.
To enter a security code, use the numeric keypad. An asterisk (*) is
] after the entire code is
displayed for each number entered. Press [
entered.
If a valid security code has been entered, the next linked screen is displayed.
If an invalid security code is entered, an error message appears. Once the
error condition is acknowledged by pressing [Y], you can re-enter the code
or return to the Main Menu.
4–3
Chapter 4
Running Applications
Data Display Screens
Data display screens show either the actual or scaled value of a logic
controller data address.
Data Display Field
Pump 1 Pressure = 150 PSI
Counter = 5
Data Display Field
Data displays are updated at different intervals depending upon the
application and the size of the network.
Bar Graph Screens
Bar graph displays provide a graphical representation of an actual or scaled
value at a logic controller data address.
1700
Bar graph displays may also contain a data display field showing the actual
numeric value.
Data Entry Screens
Data entry screens contain an entry field. The length and format of the data
entry field is selected by the application designer. In addition, the application
designer can place a data display field on the same screen:
Data Display Field
Temp = 120 Deg F
Enter New Temp:
Data Entry Field
The data entry field must always appear last on the screen. The application
designer cannot place text after a data entry field.
To enter data, use the numeric keypad. To modify an entry, press the clear
entry key [CE] and re-enter the value. Press the [+/–] key to toggle between
] after the entire value is entered.
positive and negative values. Press [
Data entry screens can have a default value appear in the data entry field.
A flashing cursor identifies the first digit of the default value. Pressing
] writes the default to the controller or you can enter a different value by
[
pressing the [CE] key.
If a data display is included on a data entry screen, the data display value is
only updated when the screen is entered. Data does not update continuously.
4–4
Chapter 4
Running Applications
ASCII Input
The DTAM Plus allows ASCII data to be directly entered from a device such
as a bar code scanner. An ASCII entry screen looks like a standard data
entry display. When the ASCII input screen is displayed, data can then be
entered through the ASCII device connected to the printer port using the
2707-NC6 cable.
Here are some items you should note when using a bar code scanner as an
input device for data entry fields.
• Odd character counts from the scanner are rounded up to create even byte
counts. This facilitates word writes to the controller. If rounded up, the
last character written will be a Null.
• When displaying an ASCII data entry screen, the following DTAM keys
are active:
MAIN
MENU
PREV
MENU
PREV
NEXT
and the following keys are inactive:
F
and the
EXP
key is not available for printing screens
• If keypad entry is enabled, you can enter the ASCII character’s decimal
equivalent value into the data entry field. The ASCII input is also
enabled at the same time. This allows input from both sources. For
example, an operator can manually enter 3 characters and then scan a bar
code containing 8 characters. The DTAM would then write all 11
characters to the controller. Data is written to the controller on receipt of
an ASCII carriage return or when the [RETURN] key is pressed.
4–5
Chapter 4
Running Applications
Recipe Screens
Recipe screens allow the DTAM Plus to write to multiple controller
addresses in one operation. Recipe screens can also be linked so that more
than one recipe is downloaded.
Download Recipe 323?
Press ENTER to send
T4:14.2 (Timer Value)
N7:30 = 0 (Integer Value)
N7:31 = 100 (Integer Value)
T4:15.1 (Timer Value)
N7:200 = 500 (Integer Value)
B3:10 = 10 (Binary Value)
DTAM Plus Downloads
Data to Multiple Controller Addresses
Operator Initiates
Recipe Download
Controller Modifies Process
Using New Recipe Data
Depending on how the application was designed, recipe screens will either
automatically download data or display a prompt allowing the download to
be initiated when [Y] is pressed.
PRESS ’Y’ TO SEND
Once the download is initiated, the DTAM Plus writes the recipe data to the
various controller addresses. You cannot modify the recipe data that is sent,
recipe data is specified by the application designer.
Alarm Screens
Alarm screens indicate conditions that are not expected during normal
operation. Alarm screens are triggered when the controller writes the alarm
screen number to the Advisor register or when triggered by the background
monitor. Refer to page 4–2 for additional information on the Advisor
option.
You must respond to an alarm screen before any other screens can be
displayed. The [F] key (accessing function menu) will not operate while an
alarm screen is displayed. Press [Y] to acknowledge the alarm.
PRESS ’Y’ TO CLEAR
4–6
Chapter
A–B
5
Installation
Objectives
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section
Safety Guidelines
Page
Safety Guidelines
5–1
Operating Environment
5–2
Enclosures
5–3
Equipment Required
5–3
Clearances
5–3
Mounting Dimensions
5–4
Cutout Template
5–5
Installation
5–6
Connecting Power
5–7
Install the DTAM Plus using publication NFPA 70E, Electrical Safety
Requirements for Employee Workplaces as a guide.
In addition, grounding is an important safety measure in electrical
installations. A source for grounding recommendations is the National
Electrical Code published by the National Fire protection Association of
Boston Massachusetts.
Be certain to follow all directions for installing and connecting power to the
DTAM Plus.
When used in a hazardous environment, the ultimate enclosure must be in
accordance with Class 1, Division 2 wiring methods as described in the
National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA 70) and the Canadian Electrical Code.
All peripheral equipment must be suitable for the location in which it is used.
For P1 powered units, use only a Class 2 power source as described in the
National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA 70) and the Canadian Electrical Code.
5–1
Chapter 5
Installation
!
ATTENTION:
EXPLOSION HAZARD: SUBSTITUTION OF
COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS
1, DIVISION 2.
RISQUE D’EXPLOSION: LA SUBSTITUTION DE
COMPOSANTS PEUT RENDRE CE MATÉRIEL
INACCEPTABLE POUR LES EMPLACEMENTS DE
CLASSE 1, DIVISION 2.
!
ATTENTION: USE P1 POWERED UNITS ONLY WITH
CLASS 2 POWER SOURCE LIMITED TO 30 VDC OPEN
CIRCUIT AND 8A SHORT CIRCUIT.
ATTENTION: UTILISER AVEC UNE TENSION
D’ALIMENTATION CLASSE 2 DE 30 VCC MAXI EN
CIRCUIT OUVERT AVEC UN COURANT DE
COURT-CIRCUIT DE 8A MAXI.
!
ATTENTION:
EXPLOSION HAZARD: DO NOT CONNECT OR
DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT WHILE CIRCUIT IS LIVE
UNLESS AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS.
RISQUE D’EXPLOSION: NE PAS BRANCHER OU
DEBRANCHER TANT QUE LE CIRCUIT EST SOUS
TENSION, A MOINS QU’IL NE S’AGISSE D’UN
EMPLACEMENT NON DANGEREUX.
Refer to the inside front cover of this manual for additional guidelines.
Operating Environment
The DTAM Plus is rated for an operating temperature range of:
• LCD displays – 32_F to 113_F (0_C to 45_C)
• VFD displays – 32_F to 140_F (0_C to 60_C)
The storage temperature range is -4°F to 185°F (-20°C to 85°C).
The humidity rating is 5% to 95% relative humidity (noncondensing).
5–2
Chapter 5
Installation
Enclosures
The terminal must be mounted in a panel or enclosure to protect the internal
circuitry. The terminal meets NEMA Type 4, 12, 13 (indoor use only) or 4X
(indoor 2707-V40P2N, -V40P2NR) ratings only when mounted in a panel or
enclosure with the equivalent rating.
Allow enough spacing within an enclosure for adequate ventilation. For
some applications, you may have to consider heat produced by other devices
within a panel. The ambient temperature around the terminal must be
maintained as specified above.
Make sure that provisions are made for accessing the back panel of the
terminal for wiring, routine maintenance, and troubleshooting.
Equipment Required
Other than the tools required to make the panel cutout, the tools required for
installation are:
• 7mm (M4) deep well socket wrench or nut driver
• small slotted screwdriver
• torque wrench (in. / lbs).
The terminal is tightened against the panel with six self-locking nuts.
Clearances
Make sure that you leave adequate room, as shown in Figure 5.1, for
mounting, air flow, cabling and access to DIP switches.
Figure 5.1
Recommended Clearances
Leave 3 inches (76.2 mm)
for Mounting, Air Flow, and
access to DIP Switches.
Leave 3 inches (76.2 mm) for
communications port connectors.
5–3
Chapter 5
Installation
Mounting Dimensions
Figure 5.2 shows the mounting dimensions of the terminal.
Figure 5.2
Mounting Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters)
Back View
7.876
(200.1)
8.50
(215.9)
6.9
(175.3)
Bottom View
5.5
(139.7)
5.5
(139.7)
2.35
(59.7)
2.0
(50.8)
RS-232 / RS-485 Versions
5–4
Remote I/O and DN Versions
Chapter 5
Installation
Cutout Template
A cutout template is provided on the inside back cover of this manual to
mark the cutout dimensions. Figure 5.3 provides a reference copy, don’t
remove this page from the manual.
Figure 5.3
Panel Cutout Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters)
5–5
Chapter 5
Installation
Installation
To install the DTAM Plus Operator Module:
!
ATTENTION:
Disconnect all electrical power from the panel before
making cutout.
Make sure that area around panel cutout is clear.
Take precautions so that metal filings or other debris do not
fall into the DTAM Plus ventilation slots or enter any
components that may already be installed in panel.
Make sure that no objects are inserted or fall into the terminal
through the ventilation slots or DIP switch access hole.
Failure to follow these warnings may result in personal injury
or damage to the panel components.
1. Cut an opening in the panel as shown in Figure 5.3. Use the cutout
template located inside the back cover of this manual. Remove any sharp
edges or burrs.
2. Make sure the sealing gasket is properly positioned on the DTAM Plus
This gasket forms a compression type seal. Do not use sealing
compounds.
3. Place the DTAM Plus in the panel cutout.
!
ATTENTION:
Mounting nuts must be tightened to a torque of 8 to 10 inch
pounds to provide a proper seal and to prevent potential
damage to the terminal. Allen-Bradley assumes no
responsibility for water or chemical damage to the terminal or
other equipment within the panel enclosure because of
improper installation.
4. Install the six self locking mounting nuts hand tight.
5. Alternately tighten the mounting nuts until the DTAM Plus is held firmly
against the panel. Tighten mounting nuts to a torque of 8 to 10
inch-pounds. Do not over-tighten nuts.
5–6
Chapter 5
Installation
Wire and Cable Length
Restrictions
The following wire and cable length restrictions apply to DTAM products
that are CE marked when used in installations that require compliance to
European EMC Directive 89/336:
DC Power Wiring
10 meters
Ground Terminal Wire
3 meters
Communication Cables
30 meters
These restrictions apply to the following catalog numbers: 2707–L8P1 Series
D, 2707–L40P1 Series D and 2707–V40P1 Series D.
• 2707–M232P3 Series E and 2707–M485P3 Series E
• 2707–L8P1 Series D, 2707–L40P1 Series D and 2707–V40P1 Series D
Connecting Power
The DTAM Plus accepts supply voltages in the following ranges depending
upon the power supply designation.
• Versions with P1 power supply, accept 15-23V AC (47 to 440 Hz)
or 20-30V DC
• Series D versions with P1 power supply only, accepts 20-30V DC
• Versions with P2 power supply, accept 85-265V AC (47 to 440 Hz)
or110-300V DC
To connect the DTAM Plus to a power source:
!
ATTENTION: Verify that the power is disconnected from the
power source before wiring. Failure to disconnect power may
result in electrical shock.
Make sure that the supply voltage to the DTAM Plus is correct,
refer to the voltage label on back of unit. The incorrect voltage
may damage the DTAM Plus.
Do not overtighten the power connector screw terminals.
Overtightening the terminals may damage the DTAM Plus.
1. Make sure that the voltage source is not turned on.
2. Use AWG#16 or #14 stranded wire to connect the DTAM Plus screw
terminals to the power source (see below).
Note: The power supply terminal block on the DTAM Plus is not
removeable.
5–7
Chapter 5
Installation
Figure 5.4
Power Connections
DTAM Plus
(40K Remote I/O Version Shown, Others Are Similar)
For DC connections, connect the Positive Lead
to Hot and the Negative lead to NEU.
3. Connect communications cabling as described in Chapter 6.
4. Apply voltage and verify the DTAM Plus powerup sequence as described
in Chapter 2.
5–8
Chapter
A–B
6
Communication Connections and Setup
Chapter Objectives
This chapter describes how to connect the DTAM Plus to peripheral devices.
It contains the following sections:
Section
Wiring Guidelines
Page
Wiring Guidelines
6–1
Connecting RS-232 Devices
6–2
Connecting RS-485 Devices
6–3
Connecting Remote I/O Devices
6–5
Communicating with a Logic Controller
6–6
RS-232 or RS-422 Communications with a PLC-5
6–7
RS-232 Communications with an SLC 5/03, –5/04
6–8
DH-485 Communication with an SLC 500 or Network
6–9
RS-232 Communications with a MicroLogix 1000
6–10
RS-485/DH-485 Communications with a MicroLogix 1000
6–11
Here are some recommendations on how to reduce electromagnetic noise on
the communications connections:
• Careful wire routing helps reduce or minimize electrical noise. Route
incoming power to the terminal by a separate path from the
communications cables.
• Do not run communications wiring and power wiring in the same conduit.
• Where communications and power wiring must cross, make their
intersection perpendicular.
• Proper grounding helps to reduce the effects of noise due to
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). To avoid problems caused by EMI,
all cables must be shielded and grounded at one end. Grounding is also
an important safety measure in electrical installations.
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Connecting RS-232
Devices
The RS-232 Comm port of the DTAM Plus allows point-to-point
communications with:
• PLC-5 Channel 0 (configured as RS-232 port)
• SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 Channel 0 (configured as RS-232 port)
• MicroLogix 1000
The figure below shows typical RS-232 connections.
DTAM Plus to PLC5 Channel 0
PLC-5
DTAM Plus
Channel 0
Comm Port
RS-232
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC3)
DTAM Plus to SLC 5/03, 5/04,5/05
DTAM Plus
SLC 5/03
Comm Port
Gender Adapter
Channel 0
RS-232
Cable (Catalog No. 1747-CP3)
To connect the DTAM Plus to an RS-232 device:
1. Make sure that the DTAM Plus is not connected to a voltage source.
2. Use the proper cabling to connect the DTAM Plus Comm port to the port
of the controller (PLC-5 channel 0 or SLC 5/03 RS-232 port).
• Use cable, Catalog No 2707-NC3 for PLC-5 channel 0 connection.
• Use cable, Catalog No. 1747-CP3 for SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 port
connection.
This cable requires a 9-pin female to male gender adapter.
If you need to make your own cable, refer to the cable diagrams in
Appendix B. The maximum recommended cable length is 50 feet
(15.2 meters).
3. Make sure that the communication parameters of the DTAM Plus match
the host device.
4. Apply power and verify that communications are established.
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Connecting RS-485 Devices
The RS-485 Comm port allows:
• Point-to-point communications with a PLC-5 Channel 0 port
• Point-to-point or multidrop communications with an SLC controller
DH-485 port
• MicroLogix 1000 using the AIC+ Interface
The figure below shows typical RS-485 connections.
DTAM Plus to PLC5 Channel 0
(Point-to-Point Only)
PLC-5
DTAM Plus
Channel 0
RS-422
Comm Port
RS-485
RS-422
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC4)
DTAM Plus to PLC5 Channel 0
(Point-to-Point Only)
PLC-5
DTAM Plus
Channel 0
RS-232
Comm Port
RS-485
RS-232
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC5)
DTAM Plus to Single SLC
(Point-to-Point)
DTAM Plus
SLC
Comm Port
RS-485
RS-485
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC1)
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DTAM Plus to DH-485 Network
(Multidrop)
DTAM Plus
DTAM Plus
Catalog No. 2707-V40P2
SLC 5/01
Cable
(Catalog No. 2707-NC1)
Cable
(Catalog No. 2707-NC1)
DH485 Network
RS-485
RS-485
Link Coupler
Link Coupler
Interface
Converter
Programming Terminal
RS-232 to RS-485
Link Coupler
To connect the DTAM Plus terminal to an RS-485 device:
1. Make sure that the power to the DTAM Plus is off.
2. Use the proper cabling to connect the DTAM Plus communications port
to the port of the controller (PLC-5 channel 0 or SLC 5/03 or SLC 5/04
RS-232 port).
• Use cable, Catalog No. 2707-NC4 for PLC-5 channel 0 RS-422
connection
• Use cable, Catalog No. 2707-NC5 for PLC-5 channel 0 RS-232
connection. The 2707-NC5 cable converts the signals from the
RS-485 port to RS-232 levels.
• Use cable, Catalog No. 1747-CP3 for SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 port
connection
If you need to make your own cable, refer to the connection diagrams
in Appendix B. The maximum cable length is 200 feet (60.8 meters).
Important: The DH-485 network cable requires proper shielding,
grounding, and termination. Refer to Data Highway / Data Highway Plus
/ Data Highway-485 Cable Installation Manual (Pub. No. 1770-6.2.2).
3. The DH-485 connectors are not electrically isolated. If electrical isolation
is required, use Link Couplers (Catalog No. 1747-AIC) shown above.
!
ATTENTION: Electrical isolation using Link Couplers (Catalog
No. 1747-AIC) is required in applications where the distance
between the DTAM Plus terminal and the SLC is greater than 6.5
feet (2 meters).
4. Make sure that the communication parameters of the DTAM Plus terminal
match the host device.
5. Apply power and verify that communications are established.
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Connecting Remote I/O
Devices
The Remote I/O port of the DTAM Plus provides access via a Remote I/O
link directly to a controller or subscanner. Use cable (Catalog No. 1770-CD)
Belden 9463 for all Remote I/O connections. Refer to Publication No.
1770-4.1 for detailed grounding and wiring guidelines. The user manual for
your controller or subscanner will also provide cabling instructions.
The following figures show typical Remote I/O connections.
DTAM Plus to an Remote I/O Link
PLC-5
Computer
Remote I/O Network
Remote I/O DL40 Plus
RediPANEL
Cabling (Catalog No.
1770-CD) Belden 9463
PanelView
DTAM Plus
Operator Interface
DTAM Plus to an SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 Remote I/O Scanner
DTAM Plus
Operator Interface
SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05
DTAM Plus
Remote I/O Port
RIO Scanner
(Catalog No. 1747-SN)
Cabling (Catalog No. 1770-CD)
Belden 9463
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Communicating with a Logic
Controller
The DTAM Plus supports four operating systems.
•
•
•
•
Remote I/O
PLC5-DF1
AB BASIC
AB DH-485 protocol
The type of operating system supported by the DTAM Plus depends upon its
communication configuration.
DTAM Plus Version
Operating
System
Controller Type
RS-485 / RS-232 Versions
(Catalog No. 2707-L8P1, -L8P2,
-L40P1, -L40P2, -V40P1, -V40P2,
-V40P2N)
PLC5 DF1
PLC-5 Family channel 0 port (RS-422) ➀
AB DH485
SLC Family DH-485 port
DH-485 network
SLC 5/03, 5/04 serial port
Remote I/O Versions
(Catalog No. 2707-L8P1R, -L8P2R,
-L40P1R, -L40P2R, -V40P1R,
-V40P2R, -V40P2NR)
Remote I/O
PLC / SLC Controllers with Remote I/O link or
subscanner.
➀ The DTAM Plus RS-485 port supports RS-422 communication with the PLC-5.
RS-422 communication is limited by the PLC to 19.2K baud and a distance of 200 feet (61 meters).
The operating system is selected when an application is created.
Applications are downloaded with the applicable operating system. If you
download an application that has a different operating system than the
current operating system in the DTAM Plus, you are prompted to download
the new operating system. Refer to Chapter 2 for additional information.
Communications Parameters
The communication settings of the DTAM Plus must be set to match the
SLC, PLC, or DH-485 network. You can set the following parameters (as
described in Chapter 3):
Parameter
Baud Rate
Selections
300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Data Bits
7 or 8
Parity
None, Odd, and Even
Remote I/O versions of the DTAM Plus support direct links to a PLC scanner
or subscanner module. The DTAM Plus appears to the PLC as a standard
1771 I/O rack.
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Remote I/O
Communications Parameters
Options
Baud Rate
57.6K, 115.2K, 230.4K
Rack Size
1/ , 1/ , 3/ , Full
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RS-232 or RS-422
Communications With a
PLC-5
The DTAM Plus and PLC-5 must be set as follows for communications
to occur:
PLC-5
Channel 0
RS–232 or
RS-422
DTAM Plus
RS-232 / RS-485 Versions
RS-232
or RS-485
Cable
Use Catalog No. 2707-NC3 for RS-232
Use Catalog No. 2707–NC4 for RS-422
DTAM Plus
The DTAM Plus must have an application with a PLC-5 (DF1) operating
system installed. The Baud Rate and Parity of the DTAM Plus and PLC-5
must be the same. The DTAM Plus can use either the RS-232 or RS-485
port:
DTAM Plus Comm Port
PLC Channel 0
RS-232
RS-232
RS-485
RS-422
PLC-5
Channel 0 must be set as follows (NA = Not Applicable):
Parameter
Setting
Channel Configuration Option
System DF1 Pt-Pt
Diagnostic File
3-999
Comments
Required for proper operation.
Must be a unique integer file number.
Remote Mode change
Disabled
Mode Atten. Character
NA
Not used with Remote Mode disabled.
System Mode Character
NA
Not used with Remote Mode disabled.
User Mode Character
NA
Not used with Remote Mode disabled.
Baud Rate
Stop Bits
See Comments
1
Required for proper operation.
DTAM Plus must be set the same.
Required for proper operation.
Parity
See Comments
DTAM Plus must be set the same.
Control Line
No Handshaking
Duplicate Detect
NA
Required unless communication cable
loops back control signals.
User definable per system requirements.
ACK Timeout
NA
User definable per system requirements.
NA
User definable per system requirements.
Message Timeout
Error Detect
CRC
NAK Receive
NA
Required for proper operation.
User definable per system requirements.
DF1 ENQs
NA
User definable per system requirements.
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RS-232 Communications with
an SLC 5/03, -5/04, -5/05
The DTAM Plus and RS-232 port of the SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 must be set as
follows for communications to occur:
DTAM Plus
RS-232 / RS-485 Versions
SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05
Comm Port
Channel 0
Gender
Adapter
RS-232C
Cable (Catalog No. 1747-CP3)
Gender Adapter Required
DTAM Plus
The DTAM Plus must have an application with AB DH485 operating system
installed. The Baud Rate and Parity of the DTAM Plus and the SLC 5/03,
5/04, 5/05 must be the same. We recommend you use 19200 baud, even
parity, and 8 data bits to match the default settings of an SLC 500
controller.
SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05
Make sure that the channel 0 port of the SLC controller is set for DH-485
MASTER using the following parameters.
Parameter
Selections
Recommended
Baud Rate
1200, 2400, 9600, 19.2K
19.2K
Node Address
0 to 31
1①
Maximum Node
Address
0 to 31
1①
Token Hold Factor
1 to 4
1
0 to 255
Any
None, Odd, or Even
Even②
7 or 8
8
Diagnostic File Number
Parity
Data Bits
① To provide maximum response times, we recommend that the DTAM Plus be set as node 0 and the
SLC 500 channel 0 as node 1. Maximum node address should be 1. The connections are a
completely separate DH-485 network, you do not need to be concerned about duplicate node
addresses from another network.
② SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 (channel 0) only support EVEN parity.
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DH-485 Communications with
an SLC 500 or Network
The DTAM Plus and SLC 500 DH-485 port must be set as follows for
communications to occur. If you are using an SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 RS-232
port, refer to the previous section.
DTAM Plus
RS-232 / RS-485 Versions
SLC 500
RS-485
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC1)
Comm Port
DTAM Plus
RS-232 / RS-485 Versions
DH-485 Network
DH-485 Network
SLC 500
Link Coupler
Link Coupler
Comm Port
RS-485
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC1)
DTAM Plus
The DTAM Plus must have an application with the AB DH485 operating
system installed. The baud rate, parity, and data bits of the DTAM Plus and
DH-485 network (or SLC 500) must be set the same. We recommend you
use 19200 baud, even parity, and 8 data bits to match the default settings
of an SLC 500 controller.
If the DTAM Plus module is installed on a DH-485 network that has a large
number of nodes connected and there is heavy network traffic, the network
may produce NAK NOMEM commands. Three consecutive NAK NOMEM
commands will produce a 10H error on the DTAM Plus module. Pressing
the enter key or resetting the module is required to resume operation.
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SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 (channel 0)
Make sure that the SLC DH-485 port is configured as follows:
Parameter
Selections
Recommended
Baud Rate
1200, 2400, 9600, 19.2K
19.2K
Node Address
0 to 31
Next lowest address on the
network. Set to 1 for point-to
point communications ①.
Maximum Node
Address
0 to 31
Set to maximum node on network. Set to 1 for point-to
point communications ①.
Token Hold Factor
1 to 4
1
Diagnostic File Number
Parity
0 to 255
Any
None, Odd, or Even
Even②
7 or 8
8
Data Bits
① For maximum response times on point-to-point networks, we recommend:
To transfer data quickly from the SLC 500 to the DTAM set as the SLC as node 0 and the DTAM as
node 1. Maximum node address should be 1.
To transfer data quickly from the DTAM to the SLC 500 set as the DTAM as node 0 and the SLC as
node 1. Maximum node address should be 1.
② SLC 5/03, 5/04, 5/05 (channel 0) only supports EVEN parity.
RS-232 Communications with
a MicroLogix 1000
The DTAM Plus must be set as follows for communication to occur. The
DTAM module uses DH485 protocol but the comm port is set for RS-232
(switch 1 position 2 is open).
DTAM Plus
MicroLogix 1000
DH485
AIC+
Cable (Catalog No.
RS-232
Comm Port (RS-232)
RS-232
1761-CBL-HM02)
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC2)
DTAM Plus
MicroLogix 1000
Comm Port (RS-232)
RS-232
Cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC10)
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RS–485/DH–485
Communications with a
MicroLogix 1000
The DTAM Plus must be set as follows for communication to occur. The
DTAM module uses DH485 protocol but the comm port is set for RS-485
(switch 1 position 2 is on). This is a 3-node network and is not expandable.
DTAM Plus
MicroLogix 1000
AIC+
RS232
DH485
Comm Port (RS485)
Cable (Catalog No.
1761-CBL-HM02)
RS232
Com 1
Personal Computer
You will need to construct a cable that connects to the AIC+ and the DTAM
Plus/Micro. Refer to the following illustration.
DTAM Plus
Communications Port
AIC+
Port 3
1
6
Termination
2
5
A
3
4
4
3
B
Common
8
2
9
1
9-Pin Male D Connector
6-Pin Connector
Shield
Chassis Ground
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Chapter
A–B
7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Chapter Objectives
This chapter describes how to isolate and correct the most common
operating problems and routine maintenance tasks. It contains these sections:
Section
Troubleshooting
Recommendations
Page
Troubleshooting Recommendations
7–1
Equipment Required
7–1
Common Operating Problems
7–2
Error Messages
7–2
Communication Error Codes
7–4
Using the Test Functions
7–5
DIP Switch Test
7–6
Display Test
7–7
Keyboard Test
7–8
Comm Port Test
7–9
Printer Port Test
7–10
Display Control Test
7–11
RAM Test
7–12
System Memory Test
7–13
Program File Test
7–14
Clock/Calendar Test
7–15
TXEN Test
7–16
Cleaning the display window
7–17
Most errors are accompanied by an error message. Find the error message in
the error message listing and perform the recommended corrective action.
If you encounter a problem that is not listed in the table, contact your local
Allen-Bradley distributor for assistance.
!
Equipment Required
ATTENTION: Make sure that no objects are inserted or fall into
the DTAM Plus through the ventilation slots or DIP switch access
hole. Always disconnect power when checking wiring
connections. Failure to take adequate precautions may result in
severe electrical shock or equipment damage.
Other than verifying that the correct power source is connected to the DTAM
Plus (use a voltmeter), no electronic diagnostic equipment is required for
troubleshooting.
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Common Operating Problems
If there is no display on the DTAM Plus, verify that the proper voltage is
present at the DTAM Plus power supply terminal block (check label on back
of unit). If no voltage is present, check the power to/from the power source.
The most common DTAM Plus problems are related to cabling
configurations and the communication parameters (baud rate, data bits,
parity). These parameters must be identical for both the DTAM Plus and the
controller. Cabling and the communications parameters are always the first
things to check.
If the communications cabling and communications parameters are correct,
perform the diagnostic tests (described in this chapter) to verify that the
DTAM Plus is functioning properly.
Error Messages
Message
7–2
Refer to the following table when the DTAM Plus displays an error message.
Probable Cause(s)
Corrective Action(s)
Checksum:failed
Read Only Memory (ROM) is incorrect.
Possible defective ROM. Reset the DTAM Plus and
re-check. If problem still exists, re-download the
operating system through the programming software. If problem still exists, send DTAM Plus for
repair.
RAM fail
RAM memory failed write or read test.
Reset the DTAM Plus and re-check. If problem still
exists, send DTAM Plus for repair.
Check-sum: nnnn (CFG)
Check-sum: nnnn (DTAM Plus)
*.CFG File Invalid
Application file checksum is incorrect.
Possible bad application file. Download the application (.CFG) file and re-check.
Watch Dog Fault
Push Key to Continue
Watch dog timer not within specs.
If problem persists, send DTAM Plus for repair.
Watch Dog Fault
Push Key to Reset
Watch dog timer timed out or pass bits not set.
If problem persists, send DTAM Plus for repair.
Allen-Bradley SLC 50X
Establishing Comm
Attempting to communicate with an SLC.
Normal display when initiating communications with
an SLC.
Allen-Bradley SLC 50X (or PLC-5)
Establishing Comm
Attempting to communicate with a PLC.
Normal display when initiating communications with
a PLC.
Allen-Bradley RIO
SCANNER NOT FOUND
No communications with Remote I/O link.
Check cabling and communications parameters
to verify that the controller matches those of the
DTAM Plus.
SLC not found
This display is displayed after a 2 second interval of
attempting to establish communications with the
SLC.
Communications not established with the SLC.
Check cabling and communications parameters
to verify that the SLC matches those of the DTAM
Plus.
PLC not found
This display is displayed after a 2 second interval of
attempting to establish communications with the
PLC.
Communications not established with the PLC.
Check cabling and communications parameters
to verify that the PLC matches those of the DTAM
Plus.
Communication Loss
Press ENTER to Reset
Communication with the SLC was lost after 16 retry
attempts.
Check DTAM Plus to controller cabling. Check SLC
operating conditions.
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Message
Probable Cause(s)
Corrective Action(s)
Com Error Code: nnH
Press ENTER to Reset
Communication error code (nn)
Received a controller error code. Refer to next section for error codes.
Attempt Was Made to ’Call’ An
Invalid Or Unprogrammed Screen
Illegal or unprogrammed screen type detected
(.CFG file error).
Check the program (.CFG) file and download.
Check screen links.
NAchip Set:Failed
Internal fault.
Contact Allen-Bradley for technical support.
Not Programmable
Master code is 99999999 and is not user-programmable.
A master code number of 99999999 may not be
changed from the keypad. Download a new, valid
master code number (using DPS Programming Software).
Not Responding
Press ”Y” to Reset
”ENTER” To Continue
Communications fault.
Check cabling and retry.
Incorrect Master
Code
Master code entry did not match.
The master code entered did not match the master
code of the program file.
Invalid File Type
<Check CFG File>
Press ”Y” to Reset
Attempt was made to access an invalid file type.
Check application file. Refer to DPS user manual
for the file types that can be accessed.
Invalid Security
Code Access Denied
Master code or screen code did not match.
Either an incorrect master security code or a screencode that did not match the programmed screen
code was entered. Try again.
Loop Error
XX
The Communications Port test the transmitted character did not match the received character. The
transmitted character is displayed.
Verify that the loopback connector is connected to
the Communication and/or Printer Ports. If the loopback connectors are in place, possible damage to
the port drivers has occurred, send unit for repair.
The data entered is not within the programmed limits. The programmed Low and High limits are displayed.
Verify that the displayed limits are as programmed
for the entry field. Re-enter data within the entry
limits.
READ ONLY
The controller location is not configured for a Write
function (P-A/D function).
Verify that the controller location being accessed by
the P-A/D is acceptable for Write functions.
Prog SW/OI Version
Mismatch -OI Locked
An incorrect unlock code sent by DTAM Plus Programming Software. Wrong version of DTAM Plus
Programming Software
Verify that the version of DTAM Plus Programming
Software is compatible for the controller type supported by the DTAM Plus.
Password Inhibited
Controller has at least one ladder program file that
is password protected.
Remove password protection.
Comm port setting may be incorrect
Check communication settings.
DH-485 communication problems
Verify connections and settings.
Data entry screen has no data entry field
Reload corrected application file.
** Input Error **
Press a Key to Cont.
The low and high data values are then displayed in one of two formats:
Low Lim High Lim
XXXXXX XXXXXX
Low XXXXXXX
High XXXXXXX
Working
(Displayed for Long Period)
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Communication Error Codes
Communication Error Codes appear on the DTAM Plus display as follows:
Error Code
Com Error Code: nnH
Press ENTER to Reset
The error code is in the form:
• nnH for SLC controllers that do not show extended error codes.
• X nnH for PLC controllers. The X indicates an extended error code.
The communication error codes provide valuable information when other
symptoms either have not been discovered or have not been understood.
Note: For a complete list of error codes, consult the user manuals for your
Allen-Bradley controller.
The communication error codes specific to the communication protocols are
described below.
Code
(Hex)
7–4
Meaning
10
Illegal Format. No File, unknown command, address out of range or memory not
allocated.
50
Address Problem. SLC 500/501 out of physical memory. SLC 502 out of executable
memory.
60
Disallowed due to command protection. Not program owner, file not open for Read/
Write directory, target file open.
07
Illegal size. Source program is larger than destination.
0E
Failed Longitudinal Redundancy Check (LRC).
0B
Access Denied. Not in program mode.
0C
Resource not available. No MemMod, in faulted mode, no forces installed.
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Using the Test Functions
Use the test selection screen to test or check the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Reset DUT (resets terminal, terminates test function)
DIP switch positions
Display
Keyboard
Comm port
Printer port
Display control
Random Access Memory
System memory
Program file
Clock/calendar
Transmit enable & Alarm
To access the test functions:
1. Access the Test functions from the Functions Menu.
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
The test screen appears:
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Reset DUT
Current Test Selection
2. Use the [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the test options.
Display the test you want to perform.
3. Press [
] to initiate the test.
4. To terminate the test, press the [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to display
Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
] to reset the DTAM
Plus.
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DIP Switch Test
Use the DIP switch test to verify the DIP switch positions.
To perform the DIP switch test:
1. Use the [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to display DIP Switch on the
test selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Dipswitch
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus displays the current DIP switch settings.
DIP Switch
Position #1
DIP Switch
Position #6
DIP Switch: 0 0 1 1 0 0
0=OFF
1=ON
Dipswitch
Press ENTER
The 6 positions of the DIP switch are shown in binary format (0 = Off, 1
= On). The leftmost value represents DIP switch position #1.
Note: Position #6 is always shown as 0 regardless of the setting. This
switch position is not used
3. Press
to terminate the DIP switch test and display the next test
selection screen:
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Display Test
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
] to reset the
DTAM Plus.
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Display Test
Use the display test to verify that each screen pixel is operating properly.
To perform the display test:
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to show Display on the test
selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Display Test
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus turns all pixels on and then off. Then an alternate
checkerboard pattern is displayed:
3. Press [
] to terminate the test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Keyboard
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
] to reset the
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
DTAM Plus.
7–7
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Keyboard Test
Use the keyboard test to verify that the keyboard is functioning properly.
To perform the keyboard test:
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display Keyboard on the
test selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Keyboard
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus prompts you to press each key in a sequential order.
Press ”MAIN MENU”
3. Press the keys as prompted form left to right beginning at the top.
Begin
End
You must press all of the keys in the order prompted. If you press the
wrong key, you must start over with the first key.
4. Pressing the last key in the sequence terminates the keyboard test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Comm Port
5. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
] to reset the
DTAM Plus.
7–8
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Comm Port Test
Use the communications test to verify the operation of the RS-232/
RS-485 Comm port.
The communications test requires a loopback connector. You can construct a
simple loopback connector as follows:
RS-232 Port
9 Pin Female
Pin#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal Name
Not Used
Receive Data (RD)
Transmit Data (TD)
Not Used
Signal Ground
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Shield
RS-485 Port
9 Pin Female
Loopback Connector
Connects pins 2 !3
Pin#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal Name
Data Out –
Data Out +
Data In Data In +
Signal Ground
Transmit Enable
Not Used
Signal Ground
Shield
Loopback Connector
Connects pins 1 !3
and pins 2 ! 4
To test the Comm port:
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display Comm on the
test selection screen.
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus will continuously send out and receive a message at the
same port. The message is DTAM Plus self looping serial test
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789.
DTAM Plus self loop
ing serial test ABCD
3. Press any key to terminate the Comm Port test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Printer Port
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
] to reset the
DTAM Plus.
7–9
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Printer Port Test
Use the Printer Port test to verify the operation of the printer port
The test requires a loopback connector. You can construct a simple loopback
connector as follows:
RS-232 Port
9-Pin Male
Pin#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal Name
Not Used
Receive Data (RD)
Transmit Data (TD)
Not Used
Signal Ground
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Shield
Loopback Connector
Connects pins 2 !3
To test the printer port:
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display Printer Port on the
test selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Printer Port
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus will continuously send out and receive a message at the
same port. The message is DTAM Plus self looping serial test
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789.
DTAM Plus self loop
ing serial test ABCD
3. Press any key to terminate the test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Display Control
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
] to reset the
DTAM Plus.
7–10
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Display Control Test
Use the Display Control test to test the brightness and contrast settings of the
display.
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys until Display Control appears on the test
selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Display Control
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus flashes the following message in each of the 4 contrast
and display settings:
********************************
Display Brightness
Test
********************************
When done, the screen displays the next test selection.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
RAM Test
3. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to
] to reset the
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
DTAM Plus.
7–11
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
RAM Test
Use the RAM test to verify the DTAM Plus Random Access Memory.
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display RAM on the test
selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
RAM Test
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus displays either a Pass or Fail message.
RAM: Pass
Press ENTER
3. Pressing [
] terminates the RAM test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
System Memory
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
] to reset the
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
DTAM Plus.
7–12
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
System Memory Test
Use the System Memory test to verify the checksum of the operating system.
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display System Memory test on the
test selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
System Memory
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The DTAM Plus displays either a Pass or Fail message.
Checksum: passed
Press ENTER
3. Pressing [
] terminates the System Memory test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Program File
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
] to reset the
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
DTAM Plus.
7–13
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Program File Test
Use the Program Memory test to verify the checksum of the current
application file.
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display Program File test on the test
selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Program File
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The screen displays the amount of memory in the DTAM Plus and
performs a checksum test.
40k
User Memory
Checksum:passed
Press ENTER
3. Pressing [
] terminates the Program File test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Clock/Calendar
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
] to reset the
DTAM Plus.
7–14
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Clock/Calendar Test
Use the Clock/Calendar test to test the realtime clock in the DTAM Plus.
This test is valid only for terminals with a realtime clock.
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display Clock/Calendar test on the
test selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Clock/Calendar
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The screen displays the current time and date.
TIME
DATE
01:17:25
Wed Aug 12 98
Press ENTER
3. Pressing [
] terminates the Clock/Calendar test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
TXEN/ & Alarm
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
] to reset the
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
DTAM Plus.
7–15
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
TXEN Test
Only available on the RS-485 Comm port version. Use the TXEN test to
verify the transmit enable line at the RS-485 communications port.
The TXEN test requires a loopback connector with an LED. You can
construct a simple loopback connector as shown below:
RS-485 Comm Port Only
DB9 Female
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal Name
Data Out Data Out +
Data In Data In +
Signal Ground
Transmit Enable
Not Used
Signal Ground
Shield
Loopback Connector
Connects pins 1 !3
and pins 2 ! 4
LED
750W
LED and 750W resistor
between pins 2-4 and 6
To test the transmit enable line:
1. Use the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to display TXEN/ & Alarm Test on the
test selection screen.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
TXEN/ & Alarm
2. Press [
] to initiate the test.
The following screen appears.
Toggling TXEN Line
A stable Alarm LED
Press ENTER
The Alarm LED flashes at approximately 1 second intervals indicating
that the transmit enable line is functioning properly.
3. Pressing [
] terminates the TXEN/ & Alarm test.
The next test selection screen is displayed.
DTAM Plus Diagnostic
NEXT to Select Test
ENTER To Initiate
Reset DUT
4. To terminate the test function , press the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys to
display Reset DUT in the test selection area. Press [
] to reset the
DTAM Plus.
7–16
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Cleaning the Display Window
To clean the display window:
!
ATTENTION: Use of abrasive cleansers or solvents may
damage the window. Do not scrub or use brushes. Some types of
paper towels may scratch the window, only use a soft sponge or
cloth.
1. Disconnect power from the DTAM Plus at the power source.
2. Using a clean sponge or a soft cloth, clean the display with a mild soap
or detergent.
3. Dry the display with a chamois or moist cellulose sponge to avoid
water spots.
Removing Paint and Grease
Remove fresh paint splashes and grease before drying by rubbing lightly
with isopropyl alcohol. Afterward, provide a final wash using a mild soap or
detergent solution. Rinse with clean water.
7–17
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
7–18
Appendix
A–B
A
Specifications
DTAM Plus Specifications
Display
Column and Character
Display Technology
LCD (2707-L versions)
4 lines x 20 characters
Twisted-nematic type with adjustable
LED (yellow) backlighting
Vacuum Fluorescent Display with viewing distance
that exceeds 25 feet (7.6 meters)
VFD (2707-V versions)
Backlight Settings for LCD Version
(via Keypad)
Contrast Ratio
Contrast/Brightness Settings (Keypad)
LCD (2707-L versions)
VFD (2707-V versions)
Display Size (H x W)
LCD (2707-L versions)
VFD (2707-V versions)
Character Size (H x W)
Four (0,33,66 and 100%)
10:1
4 settings
2 settings
1.0 x 3.0 in (25.2 x 76.0 mm)
1.3 x 3.9 in (33.0 x 99.0 mm)
0.19 x 0.12 in (4.75 x 2.95 mm)
Keypad
Keypad Type
Tactile Feedback
Operation Force
Operational Life
Embossed, sealed membrane
Stainless steel dome
12 oz. ± 3 oz. (340 grams ± 85 grams)
1 million cycles
Electrical
Comm Port
RS-485 or RS-232C (configurable)
Printer Port (40K memory units)
RS-232C
Serial Communication Distances
RS-485
4,000 ft (1219 meters) maximum with the Link
Coupler (Catalog No. 1747-AIC)
50 ft (15 meters) maximum
200 ft (61 meters) maximum to a PLC-5
RS-232C
RS-422
Remote I/O Communication Distances
57.6K
10,000 ft (2800 meters) maximum
115.2K
5,000 ft (1400 meters) maximum
230.4K
2,500 ft (700 meters) maximum
Voltage, Current, Fusing Requirements
Power
Supply
P1
P2
Voltage
Current
Fuse
15 - 23V AC, 47 - 440 Hz or 20 - 30V DC
85 - 265V AC, 47 - 440 Hz or 110 - 300V DC
800 mA max.
300 mA max.
1 amp
1/2 amp
Port Isolation
Communication Port
Printer Port
500V isolation
500V isolation
A–1
Appendix A
Specifications
Environmental
Ambient Temperature Rating
Operating
LCD Display
VFD Display
Storage
0 to +45° C (32 to 113° F)
0 to +60° C (32 to 140° F)
-20 to +85° C (-4 to 185° F)
Relative Humidity
5 to 95%, noncondensing
Mechanical
Dimensions (Approximate)
Height:
Width:
Depth:
RS-232 / RS 485 Versions
Remote I/O Versions
7.6 inch (193.0 mm)
5.5 inch (139.7 mm)
1.8 inch (45.7 mm)
2.35 inch (59.7 mm)
Front Panel Size:
Height:
Width:
8.5 inch (215.9 mm)
6.5 inch (165.1 mm)
Weight
All except 2707-V40P2N,
-V40P2NR
2707-V40P2N, -V40P2NR
2.1 lbs (0.95 kg)
4.6 lbs (2.09 kg)
LED Indicators
RUN LED
Alarm LED
Function LED
Green
Red
Yellow
Agency Ratings
NEMA Type 4, 12, 13 (indoor use only)
NEMA Type 4x (2707-V40P2N, 2707-V40P2NR only)
Class 1 Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D, hazardous locations①
Class 1 Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D, hazardous locations①
①
① Series B or higher – Cat. Nos. 2707–L8P1R, –L8P2R, –L40P1R,
–L40P2R, –V40P1R, –V40P2R, –V40P2NR
Series C or higher – Cat. Nos. 2707–L8P1, –L8P2, L40P1,
–L40P2, –V40P1, –V40P2, –V40P2N
Series D Only – Cat. Nos. 2707–L8P1, –L40P1, –V40P1
A–2
Appendix A
Specifications
European Union Directive
Compliance
If this product is installed within the European Union or EFTA regions, the
following regulations apply.
This apparatus is tested to meet Council Directive 89/336 Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) Standards:
• EN50081–2 Class A (Industrial) Emissions
• EN50082–2 Class A (Industrial) Immunity
• EN61000–6–2 Class A (Industrial) Immunity (Series D Only)
According to these Standards, the factor which determines, for EMC
pruposes, whether an apparatus is deemed to be “Industrial” or “Residential,
commercial and light industrial”, is given in Clause 1 of EN50081–2 as
follows:
Apparatus covered by this standard is not intended for connection to
a public mains network, but is intended to be connected to a power
network supplied from a high– or medium–voltage transformer
dedicated for the supply of an installation feeding a manufacturing or
similar plant.
The product described in this document is intended solely for use in an
industrial environment as defined above. When installed in Europe, any other
application is in contravention of the European Union Directives, and a
breach of those laws.
A–3
Appendix A
Specifications
A–4
Appendix
A–B
B
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
DTAM Plus Cables
Catalog No. 2707-NC1
Use the DH-485 Network Interface Cable to connect the RS-232/RS-485
versions of the DTAM Plus to an SLC DH-485 network.
DTAM Plus RS-485
Comm Port
SLC 500 Programming Port or
Isolated Link Coupler Peripheral Port
Data Out –
1
1
Data (CH A)
Data Out +
2
2
Data (CH B)
Data In –
3
3
24 VDC
Data In +
4
4
Gnd RS-485
5
5
6
6
Transmit Enable TX–EN
Shield
Transmit Enable
7
7
Gnd RS-485
Ground
8
8
24 VDC
Shield
9
9-Pin Male D Connector
8-Pin Male RJ Connector
AMP#5-55179-X
Catalog No. 2707-NC2
Use the Upload/Download Cable to connect the RS-232/RS-485 versions of
the DTAM Plus to a personal computer for transferring applications. A 25 to
9 pin adapter is required if your computer has a 25 pin communication port.
DTAM Plus RS-232
Comm Port
Computer 9 Pin
Serial Port (COM1, COM2)
1
1
Data In
2
2
Data In
Data Out
3
3
Data Out
4
4
5
5
Signal Ground
9-Pin Male D Connector
Signal Ground
9-Pin Female D Connector
B–1
Appendix B
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
Catalog No. 2707-NC3
Use the RS-232 Communications Cable to connect the RS-232/RS-485
versions of the DTAM Plus to Channel 0 (configured as RS-232) of a PLC-5.
DTAM Plus RS-232
Comm Port
PLC-5 Channel 0 Port
RS-232
Data In
2
2
Data Out
Data Out
3
3
Data In
Signal Ground
5
7
Signal Ground
4
RTS
CTS
9-Pin Male D Connector
5
Handshake lines only
required if Handshake is
enabled in PLC.
8
DSR
DCD
20
DTR
6
25-Pin Male D Connector
Catalog No. 2707-NC4
Use the RS-422 Communications Cable to connect the RS-485 Comm port
of the DTAM Plus to Channel 0 (configured as RS-422) of a PLC-5. The
DTAM Plus RS-485 port is compatible with the PLC-5 RS-422 standard.
DTAM Plus RS-485
Comm Port
PLC-5 Channel 0 Port
RS-422
Data Out –
Data Out +
1
2
Data Out –
2
14
Data Out +
Data In –
Data In +
3
3
Data In –
4
16
Data In +
Signal Ground
5
7
Signal Ground
6
DSR
8
DCD
20
4
DTR
RTS +
5
CTS +
13
CTS –
19
RTS –
9-Pin Male D Connector
Handshake lines only
required if Handshake is
enabled in PLC.
25-Pin Male D Connector
B–2
Appendix B
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
Catalog No. 2707-NC6
Use the ASCII Input cable to connect an ASCII device to the DTAM Plus
printer port. Use this cable with decoded bar code scanners.
DTAM Plus RS-232C ➀
Printer Port
RS-232 Synapse Interface
Cable
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
7
= Female Connector
= Male Connector
DTAM Plus RS-232C 9 Pin
2 = Data In
3 = Data Out
5 = Signal Ground
RS-232C 9-Pin
2 = Data Out
3 = Data In
5 = Signal Ground
➀ The communications port of the DTAM Plus must be set to RS-232.
B–3
Appendix B
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
Catalog No. 2707-NC10
Use the RS-232 Communications cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC10) to connect
the DTAM Plus to the MicroLogix 1000 for run-time operation. The length
of this cable is 2 meters.
Connects to DTAM Plus RS-232
Communications Port
Connects to MicroLogix 1000
Communications Port
1
1
2
Data In
2
3
Data Out
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
Signal Ground
DC Com
Data In (RXD)
Data Out (TXD)
8
9
9-Pin Male D Connector
5
4 3
2
8-Pin Male C DIN Right Angle Connector
1
6
7
8
5
3
9 8 7 6
4
1
B–4
2
Appendix B
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
Catalog No. 1747-CP3
Use this RS-232 Communications Cable to connect the RS-232 Comm port
of the DTAM Plus to Channel 0 of an SLC 5/03, 5/04. A 9 pin male to
female gender adapter is required when using this cable. If you are making
your own cable, use a 9 pin male connector on the DTAM Plus end instead of
the 9 pin female connector (with 90_ bend allowing closure of the SLC door)
shown below. In addition, the control lines are not needed.
SLC 5/03 Channel 0 Port
RS-232
DTAM Plus RS-232
Comm Port
CD
RXD
1
1
2
2
TXD
DTR
3
3
4
4
TXD
DTR
COMMON
5
5
COMMON
DSR
6
6
DSR
RTS
7
7
CTS
CTS
8
8
RTS
RI
9
9
RI
9-Pin Female D Connector
= Not used for DTAM Plus
CD
RXD
9-Pin Female D Connector
Note: A gender adapter is required when
using the 1747-CP3 cable. If you are
creating your own cable, use a male
connector on the DTAM Plus end.
The control lines (pins #1, #4, #6, #7, and #8) are not used by the DTAM
Plus. The connections to these pins can be deleted for this application.
B–5
Appendix B
DTAM Plus Cable Diagrams
DTAM Plus RS-232 Printer Port Cable
Create the following cable for the optional printer port of the DTAM Plus.
Use this port to send data to a printer or serial device such as a large display.
DTAM Plus RS-232
Printer Port
RS-232 Printer
or Serial Device
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
= Female Connector
6
6
= Male Connector
7
7
8
8
9
9
DTAM Plus RS-232 9 Pin
3 = Data Out
5 = Signal Ground
7 = Request to Send
8 = Clear to Send
2
5
7
8
RS-232 9 Pin
= Data In
= Signal Ground
= Request to Send
= Clear to Send
or
➀ Use this pinout if printer or serial device has a 25 pin connector.
B–6
3
4
5
7
RS-232 25 Pin ➀
= Data In
= Request to Send
= Clear to Send
= Signal Ground
Appendix
A–B
C
Special Controller Functions
Objectives
This appendix describes the Special Menu used to access to special features
for controller operations.
Section
Page
Accessing Special Functions
C–2
Using the P-A/D Function
C–3
Reading Controller Input and Output Files
C–4
Reading / Writing Controller Status Files
C–5
Reading / Writing Controller Bit and Integer Files
C–6
Reading / Writing Controller Timer Files
C–7
Reading / Writing Controller Counter Files
C–8
Reading / Writing Controller Control Files
C–9
Reading / Writing Floating Point Files
C–10
Reading / Writing Controller ASCII Files
C–11
Reading / Writing Controller BCD Files
C–12
Reading / Writing Controller Block Transfer Files
C–13
Reading / Writing Controller Message Files
C–14
Reading / Writing PID Files
C–15
Reading / Writing SFC Files
C–16
Reading Controller ASCII String Files
C–17
Using the Mode Function
C–19
Using the Memory Transfer Function
C–20
Using the Clear Fault Function
C–21
C–1
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Accessing Special
Functions
To access the Special Functions Menu:
1. Select item 5 from the Function Menu to access the Special Menu:
1 C-Port
2 P-Port
3 Clk/Cal
4 Reset
5 Special
6 Term
7 Test
8 Other
You are prompted:
Remote I/O
Operating System
1. P – A/D
2. R – PORT
DH485
Operating System
SLC 50X Network Addr
Press
”Y’ to Edit Address
”N” to Bypass
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
1. P – A/D
2. PLC Mode
3. Memory Transfer
4. Clear PLC Fault
DTAMPlus:00 Max:02
SLC Expected At
01
Input NewSLC Node 01
Press ENTER
1. P – A/D
2. SLC 50X Mode
3. Memory Transfer
4. Clear SLC Fault
2. The special functions you can select depends upon the the operating
system.
The Special Menu provides access to one or more of these functions:
1 P-A/D refer to page C–3 for more information.
2 Mode (DH485 or PLC-5 DF1) refer to page C–19 for more information.
2 R Port (Remote I/O) refer to Chapter 3 for more information.
3 Mem Xfer refer to page C–20 for more information.
4 Clr Fault refer to page C–21 for more information.
C–2
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Using the P-A/D Function
Use the P-A/D function to display and change values in controller files. The
only exceptions are Input and Output files, you cannot write to these file
types. The P-A/D function is often useful when starting up or debugging
applications. The following tables list the controller file types that can be
accessed using the P-A/D function:
SLC File Types
PLC File Types
File Type
Identifier
Default
File Number
Read
Write
File Type
Identifier
Output
O
0
Yes
No
Output
O
Default
File Number
0 (fixed)
Read
Write
Yes
No
Input
I
1
Yes
No
Input
I
1 (fixed)
Yes
No
Status
S
2
Yes
Yes
Status
S
2 (fixed)
Yes
Yes
Binary
B
3
Yes
Yes
Binary
B
3
Yes
Yes
Timer
T
4
Yes
Yes
Timer
T
4
Yes
Yes
Counter
C
5
Yes
Yes
Counter
C
5
Yes
Yes
Control
R
6
Yes
Yes
Control
R
6
Yes
Yes
Integer
N
7
Yes
Yes
Integer
N
7
Yes
Yes
ASCII➀
A
None
Yes
No
Floating Point
F
8
Yes
Yes
ASCII String➀
ST
None
Yes
No
ASCII
A
9
Yes
Yes
Floating Point➀
F
None
Yes
Yes
BCD
D
10
Yes
Yes
Yes
➀ Not supported by SLC 5/01 or 5/02 controllers.
11
Yes
Message
BTR or
BTW
MG
12
Yes
No
PID
PD
13
Yes
Yes
SFC
SC
14
Yes
Yes
ASCII String
ST
15
Yes
No
Block Transfer
C–3
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading Controller Input and
Output Files
To read the contents of controller Input and Output files:
1. Enter the P–A/D function from the Special Menu.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
].
Select either (I)Input or (O)Output and press [
You are prompted:
Remote I/O
Operating System
(0) Output
Element Addr: 0
DH485
Operating System
Select File Number
0
Press ENTER
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
File Number: 0
Element Addr: 0
File Number
0
Word Address: 0
3. Enter the Element Address (PLC) or the File Number and Word Address
(SLC) If you are accessing PLC data, you must enter an octal value.
You are shown the value at that address:
Remote I/O
Operating System
File:Elem DEC HEX
O :000
00000 0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
DH485, PLC-5 DF1
Operating Systems
File:Elem DEC HEX
O001:000 00000 0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. Press the [NEXT] key to enter a new element address. Press [
display the contents at the new address.
] to
5. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–4
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
Status Files
To read/write the contents of controller Status files:
ATTENTION: Changing control status bits may cause a
processor fault or have other possible effects on the controller
operation. Make sure you understand the function of status data.
!
1. Enter the P–A/D function from the Special Menu.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
].
Select (S)Status and press [
You are prompted for a status file number:
DH485
Operating System
Select File Number
2
Press ENTER
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
File Number: 2
Element Addr: 0
File Number
2
Word Address: 0
3. Enter the status file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
DH485
Operating System
File:Word DEC HEX
S002:000 00000 0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
File:Elem DEC HEX
S002:000 00000 0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. To change a value or the element address, move the cursor into the data
field using the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data. If you are
editing binary data, use the [+/-] key to toggle the data between 1 and 0
and press [NEXT] or [PREV] to move to the next bit.
See Attention above.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file element.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–5
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
Bit and Integer Files
To read/write the contents of controller Bit and Integer files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select either (B)Bit or (N)Integer and press [
].
You are prompted for a bit or integer file number:
DH485
Operating System
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
3
Press ENTER
Select File Number
3
Press ENTER
File Number
3
Word Address: 0
File Number:
3
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the bit or integer file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
DH485
Operating System
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
File:Word DEC HEX
B003:000 00000 0000
MSB BINARY .LSB=0000
0000 0000 0000 0000
File:Elem DEC HEX
B003:000 00000 0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. To change a value or the element address, move the cursor into the data
field using the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data. If you are
editing binary data, use the [+/-] key to toggle the data between 1 and 0
and press [NEXT] or [PREV] to move to the next bit.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–6
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
Timer Files
To read/write the contents of controller Timer files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (T)Timer and press [
].
You are prompted for a timer file number:
DH485
Operating System
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
4
Press ENTER
Select File Number
4
Press ENTER
File Number
4
Word Address: 0
File Number:
4
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the timer file number and word or element address.
You are shown the timer data:
T004:000
EN
0
Acc 00000
Pre 00000
TT
DN
0
0
Bits
(Enable,
Timer Timing,
Done)
4. To change the Acc and Pre values or element address, move the cursor to
the data field using the [PREV] or [NEXT] keys. Enter the new data.
!
ATTENTION: Do not send negative timer values to the
controller. Negative timer values can cause a controller fault.
5. Press the [
] key to enter new accumulator or preset values to the
displayed timer address.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–7
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
Counter Files
To read/write the contents of controller Counter files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (C) Counter and press [
].
You are prompted for a counter file number:
DH485
Operating System
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
5
Press ENTER
Select File Number
5
Press ENTER
File Number
5
Word Address: 0
File Number:
5
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the counter file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
C005:000 Acc 00000
Pre 00000
CU Cd DN OV UN
0
0 0
0 0
Bits
(Count Up Enable,
Count Down Enable
Done
Overflow
Underflow)
4. To change the Acc and Pre values or element address, move the cursor to
the data field using the [PREV] or [NEXT] keys. Enter the new data.
5. Press the [
] key to enter new accumulator or preset values to the
displayed counter address.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–8
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
Control Files
To read/write the contents of controller Control files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (R)Control and press [
].
You are prompted for a control file number:
DH485
Operating System
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
6
Press ENTER
Select File Number
6
Press ENTER
File Number
6
Word Address: 0
File Number:
6
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the control file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
DH485
Operating System
R006:000
EN
0
DN
0
Bits
(Enable
Done
Error
Unload
Inhibit)
Len 00000
Pos 00000
ER Ul IN
0
0
0
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
R006:000
Len 00000
Pos 00000
EnEu DnEm ERUl InFd
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bits
(Enable, Enable Unload
Done, Empty
Error, Unload
Inhibit, Found)
4. To change the Len and Pos values or element address, move the cursor to
the data field using the [PREV] or [NEXT] keys. Enter the new data.
5. Press the [
] key to enter new length or position values to the
displayed control address.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–9
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Floating
Point Files
To read the contents of Floating Point files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (F)Float and press [
].
You are prompted for a floating point file number:
PLC-5 DF1, DH-485
Operating Systems
Select File Number
8
Press ENTER
File Number:
8
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the floating point file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
File:Elem:
F008:000
Float
0.
4. To change the floating point value or element address, move the cursor to
the data field using the [PREV] or [NEXT] keys. Enter the new data.
5. Press the [
] key to enter new length or position values to the
displayed floating point address.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–10
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
ASCII Files
To read the contents of ASCII files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (A)ASCII and press [
].
You are prompted for an ASCII file number:
PLC-5 DF1, DH485
Operating Systems
Select File Number
9
Press ENTER
File Number:
9
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the ASCII file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
File:Elem
ASCII
A003:000
,00, 00
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. To change a value or the element address, move the cursor into the data
field using the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data. If you are
editing binary data, use the [+/-] key to toggle the data between 1 and 0
and press [NEXT] or [PREV] to move to the next bit.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–11
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
BCD Files
To read/write the contents of controller BCD files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (D)BCD and press [
].
You are prompted for a BCD file number:
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
10
Press ENTER
File Number:
10
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the BCD file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
File:Elem DEC BCD
B003:000 00000 0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. To change a value or the element address, move the cursor into the data
field using the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data. If you are
editing binary data, use the [+/-] key to toggle the data between 1 and 0
and press [NEXT] or [PREV] to move to the next bit.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–12
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
Block Transfer Files
To read/write the contents of PLC controller Block Transfer Read or
Write files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (BT, BTR, or BTW) Block Xfer and press [
].
You are prompted for a block transfer file number:
Remote I/O
Operating System
(BTR)Block Transfer Read
Element Addr: 0
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
11
Press ENTER
File Number:
11
Element Addr: 0
File Number:
11
Element Addr: 0
Sub-Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the block transfer file number and word or element /
sub-element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
Remote I/O
Operating System
File:Elem: DEC
Hex
BTR :000 00 000 0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
File:Elem: SElem DEC
BT011:000:00
00 000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. To change a value, element, or sub-element address, move the cursor into
the data field using the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data. If
you are editing binary data, use the [+/-] key to toggle the data between 1
and 0 and press [NEXT] or [PREV] to move to the next bit.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–13
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing Controller
Message Files
To read the contents of PLC message files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (MG)Message and press [
].
You are prompted for a message file number:
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
12
Press ENTER
File Number:
12
Element Addr: 0
File Number:
12
Element Addr: 0
Sub–Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the message file number and word or element /
sub-element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
File:Elem: SElem DEC
MG012:000:00
0000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. To change a value, element, or sub-element address, move the cursor into
the data field using the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data. If
you are editing binary data, use the [+/-] key to toggle the data between 1
and 0 and press [NEXT] or [PREV] to move to the next bit.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–14
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing PID Files
To read the contents of PLC PID files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (PD)PID and press [
].
You are prompted for a PID file number:
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
13
Press ENTER
File Number:
13
Element Addr: 0
File Number:
13
Element Addr: 0
Sub–Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the PID file number and word or element /
sub-element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
File:Elem: SElem DEC
PD013:000:00
00000
15 .... Binary ...
0
0000 0000 0000 0000
4. To change a value, element, or sub-element address, move the cursor into
the data field using the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data. If
you are editing binary data, use the [+/-] key to toggle the data between 1
and 0 and press [NEXT] or [PREV] to move to the next bit.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–15
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading / Writing SFC Files
To read the contents of PLC SFC files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P–A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (MG)Message and press [
].
You are prompted for an SFC file number:
PLC-5 DF1
Operating System
Select File Number
14
Press ENTER
File Number:
14
Element Addr: 0
3. Enter the SFC file number and word or element address.
You are shown the value at that address:
SC014:000
Pre00000
Tim 00000
SA FS LS OV ER DN
0
0
0
0
0
0
4. To change a value or element address, move the cursor into the data field
using the [PREV] and [NEXT] keys. Enter the new data.
5. Press [
] to to load the new data into the file.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–16
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Reading Controller ASCII
String Files
To read the contents of PLC ASCII string files:
1. Select item 1 from the Special Menu to access the P-A/D function.
You are prompted for a file type:
Select file type:
(O)Output
PREV/NEXT To Scroll
ENTER To Select
2. Press [NEXT] and [PREV] keys to scroll through the file types.
Select (ST)ASCII Str and press [
].
You are prompted for a message file number:
PLC-5 DF1, DH-485
Operating Systems
Select File Number
15
Press ENTER
File Number:
15
Element Addr: 0
File Number:
15
Element Addr: 0
Starting Char: 0
3. Enter the ASCII string file number, word or element address and the
starting (1 to 81). The starting character specifies the first character in the
string to be displayed followed by the remaining characters (up to the
82nd character).
Note: In order to maintain boundary addressing, only odd starting
characters are allowed. If an even value is entered the DTAM Plus will
change the value down to the next lower odd number.
You are shown the value beginning at the starting character:
ST015:000.00 Len 00
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
The Len field displays the string length in a decimal format. Up to 60
characters of the string are displayed on lines 2, 3, and 4. Strings longer
than 60 characters are truncated.
C–17
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
4. To change an element address, move the cursor into the data field using
the [NEXT] or [PREV] keys. Enter the new data.
5. Press [
] to to display the data at the new address.
6. Pressing the [PREV MENU] key at any time returns to the P–A/D file
select menu.
C–18
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Using the Mode Function
Use the Mode function to change the controller operating mode (Run or
Program) from the DTAM Plus. The mode function displays for an SLC and
PLC operating system are different. Both are shown below:
SLC Controllers
1. Select item 2 from the Special Menu to access the Mode function.
You are prompted for an operating mode:
SLC 50X Mode
Press
”Y” to RUN
”N” to PROGRAM
2. Press [Y] to place the controller in Run mode or [N] to enter the Program
mode.
You are returned to the Main Menu.
PLC Controllers
1. Select item 2 from the Special Menu to access the Mode function.
The PLC must be in Remote Program mode or you will be prompted:
PLC not in Remote mode
Press ”Y” to continue
2. Depending upon the current PLC mode, you are prompted to change the
controller mode:
If the controller is in Run mode:
PLC is in Run Mode
Y=Prog N=Abort
If the controller is in Program mode;
PLC is in PROG Mode
Y=RUN N=Abort
3. Press [Y] or [N] to enter your selection.
You are returned to the Main Menu.
C–19
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Using the Memory Transfer
Function
The Memory Transfer function allows the DTAM Plus to initiate a memory
transfer between a controller memory module and the controller.
• Memory transfers with an SLC are bidirectional. Data can be transferred
to and from the memory module.
• PLC transfers are only from the PLC to the memory module.
SLC Controllers
1. Select item 3 from the Special Menu to access the Mem Xfer function.
You are prompted for a transfer direction:
Memory Transfer
Press
”Y” SLC ! MEM Pack
”N” MEM PAC ! SLC
2. Place the memory module into the SLC. The SLC must be in the
program mode.
3. Press [Y] to transfer data (ladder program and data files) from the SLC to
the memory module.
Press [N] to transfer data from the memory module to the SLC.
You are returned to the Main Menu.
PLC Controllers
1. Select item 2 from the Special Menu to access the Mem Xfer function.
The PLC must be in Program or Remote Program mode or you will be
prompted:
Not in Program
or RemoteMode
Press ”Y” to continue
You are prompted to continue the operation:
Press ”Y” to transfer
from PLC memory
to the module
2. Place the memory module into the PLC.
3. Press [Y] to transfer data from the PLC to the memory module.
Press [N] to abort the operation.
The DTAM Plus will display either:
EEPROM
Successfully Burned
Press ”Y” to continue
C–20
ERROR
EEPROM NOT BURNED
Press ”Y” to continue
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
Using the Clear Fault
Function
Use the Clear Fault function to clear all major and minor faults in the logic
controller.
To clear controller faults:
1. If you are clearing a PLC, the controller must be in Program or Remote
Program mode.
2. Select item 4 from the Special Menu to access the Clear Fault function.
You are prompted to clear faults:
SLC Controllers
Clear SLC Fault
Press ”Y”To Clear
All SLC 50X Faults
Press ”N” To Exit
PLC Controllers
Press ”Y”To Clear
All PLC 5 Faults
Press ”N” To Exit
3. Press [Y] to clear the faults or [N] to abort the function.
The faults are cleared and you are returned to the special functions menu:
C–21
Appendix C
Special Controller Functions
C–22
Appendix
A–B
D
Terminal Mode
ASCII Transmission
Characters
When using the DTAM Plus in terminal mode, the keypad is mapped to the
characters shown in the following table.
DTAM Plus Key
ASCII
Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prev Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prev . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Next . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
*F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
*Contrast (Half Ball) . . . . . . .
*Backlight (Sun) . . . . . . . . . .
Y................
Y
N................
N
Back Space . . . . . . . . <BS>
EXP . . . . . . . . . . . . .
E
CE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <FF>
+/– . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
+/–
(.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
Enter (↵ ) . . . . . . . . . <CR>
9 ................
9
8 ................
8
7 ................
7
6 ................
6
5 ................
5
4 ................
4
3 ................
3
2 ................
2
1 ................
1
0 ................
0
*
HEX
Decimal
85
84
82
80
86
83
81
59
4E
8
45
0C
2B/2D
2E
D
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
133
132
130
128
134
131
129
89
78
8
69
12
43/45
46
13
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
These keys will not transmit a code if DIP Switch SW1–5 is enabled. They will operate in their normal mode until
SW1–5 is disabled. Once SW1–5 is disabled the list codes will be transmitted.
D–1
Appendix D
Terminal Mode
ASCII Display Characters
The following charts show the ASCII display characters and their
corresponding hexadecimal codes.
Table D.1
Terminal Mode – Supported Display Character Set*
*
D–2
All of the above characters are supported when 8 data bit communication is enabled. Hex codes below 80H are
supported by 7 data bit communication.
Appendix D
Terminal Mode
D.1
Terminal Mode – Supported Display Character Set*
*
All of the above characters are supported when 8 data bit communication is enabled. Hex codes below 80H are
supported by 7 data bit communication.
D–3
Appendix D
Terminal Mode
D.1
Terminal Mode – Supported Display Character Set*
*
D–4
All of the above characters are supported when 8 data bit communication is enabled. Hex codes below 80H are
supported by 7 data bit communication.
Appendix D
Terminal Mode
Table D.2
Terminal Mode – Screen Control Codes
HEX
Function
Description
08
BS
Back Space
0A
LF
Line Feed
0C
FF
0D
CR
Blanks the screen, moves the cursor to the upper left corner of the
display.
Moves the cursor to the extreme left position of the line.
D–5
Appendix D
Terminal Mode
D–6
Appendix
A–B
E
DTAM Plus Mounting Template
Refer to the mounting template on the following page when installing the
DTAM Plus.
E–1
3.938 inch
7.725 inch
5.625 inch
5.876 inch
.188 inch
0.125 inch
0.078 inch
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
100.03 mm
196.21 mm
142.87 mm
149.25 mm
4.78 mm
3.18 mm
1.98 mm
3.938 in
7.725 in
DTAM Plus
Panel Cut-Out
Template
5.625 Inch x 7.725 Inch
142.87 mm x 196.21 mm
Note: Maximum panel thickness is 1/4” (.250)
3.938 in
➀ Drill holes before making the cut-out.
➁ We recommend that a minimum of 2.5” clearance be allowed for operator interface depth.
0.125 in
0.078 in
5.625 in
5.876 in
.188 in dia
6 places
Index
DTAM Plus Operator Interface Module
User Manual
A
Accessories, 1–13
Advisor, 4–2
Codes
Error, 7–4
Master Security, 3–16
ASCII Input, 1–1, 4–5, 6–13
Communication
Basic Module, 1–6
Cables, 1–13
Connections, 6–2, 6–3, 6–5
Default Settings, 1–12
DF1, 1–6
Error Codes, 7–4
Parameters, 1–6, 6–6
Ports, 1–3
Remote I/O, 1–7, 1–10
RS–232, 1–6, 1–8
RS–422, 1–6
RS–485, 1–6, 1–9
Setting Parameters, 3–4, 3–5
Setting Printer Port, 3–7
Upload/Download Connections, 2–6, 2–7
ASCII String File, C–17
Communication Port, Test, 7–9
Audience, Intended, P–2
Connector
Communication, 6–2, 6–3, 6–5
Power, 1–3, 5–7
Alarm LED, 1–2
Alarm Screen, 4–6
Application
Documentation, 4–1
Downloading, 2–8
Simulation, 3–13
Transfer, 2–1
Uploading, 2–13
Application Files, Running, 4–1
ASCII Characters, D–1
ASCII Display Characters, D–2
ASCII File, C–11
B
Contrast, Setting, 3–11
Backspace Key, 1–4
Contrast Key, 1–4
Bar Code, Scanners, 6–13
Control Codes–Terminal Mode, D–5
Bar Code Input, 4–5, 6–13
Control File, C–9
Baud Rate, 3–4, 3–5, 6–6
Printer Port, 3–7
Controller
Communicating With, 6–6
File Types, C–3
Screen Changes, 4–2
BCD File, C–12
Bit File, C–6
Block Transfer File, C–13
Brightness Key, 1–4
Controller Mode, C–19
Conventions, P–2
Counter File, C–8
Couplers, Link, 6–4
C
Cable, Diagrams, B–1
Cursor Enable, Terminal Mode, 3–15
Cutout, Template, 5–5
Cables, Communication, 1–13
CE Key, 1–4
Chapter Descriptions, P–1
D
Chart, Troubleshooting, 7–1
Data Bits, 3–4, 6–6
Printer Port, 3–7
Cleaning Display, 7–17
Data Display Screen, 4–4
Clearances, Mounting, 5–3
Data Entry Screen, 4–4, 4–5
Clearing Faults, C–21
Defaults, 1–11
Clock/Caledar, Setting, 3–10
DF1, Parameters, 1–6
Clock/Calendar, Test, 7–15
I–1
Index
DTAM Plus Operator Interface Module
User Manual
DF1 Protocol, 1–8, 1–9, 6–3
DH–485, Cable Installation, 6–4
DH–485 Network
Communicating With, 6–9
Settings, 6–9
DH485 Protocol, 1–6, 1–8, 1–9, 6–3
Dimensions
Clearances, 5–3
Cutout, 5–5
Mounting, 5–4
DIP Switch, 1–3
Comm Upload/Download Enable, 1–5
Communication Port Selection, 1–5
Default Settings, 1–11
Descriptions, 1–5
Function Key Enable, 1–5
Master Security Enable, 1–5
Run Setting, 4–1
Terminal Mode Enable, 1–5
Test, 7–6
Upload/Download Setting, 2–5
Display, 1–2
Cleaning, 7–17
Setting Brightness, 3–12
Setting Contrast, 3–11
Test, 7–7, 7–11
Display Brightness, Setting, 3–12
ASCII String, C–17
BCD, C–12
Bit, C–6
Block Transfer, C–13
Control, C–9
Counter, C–8
Floating Point, C–10
Input, C–4
Integer, C–6
Message, C–14
PID, C–15
SFC, C–16
Status, C–5
Timer, C–7
Firmware, Version, 2–3
Floating Point File, C–10
Function Key LED, 1–2
Function Key Menu, 3–2
G
Guidelines
Safety, 5–1
Wiring, 6–1
H
Display Test, 2–3
Half Duplex, Terminal Mode, 3–14
Downloading, Applications, 2–8
Handshake, Printer Port, 3–8
DPS
Description, 1–12
Upload/Download, 1–12, 2–8, 2–13
Humidity, Operating, 5–2
DTAM Programming Software, See DPS,
1–12
I
Indicator, LED, 1–2
Input File, C–4
E
Electromagnetic Interference, Limiting, 6–1
Enclosure, 5–3
Enter Key, 1–4
Error Codes, 7–4
Error Messages, 7–2
EXP Key, 1–4
F
Faults, Clearing, C–21
File
ASCII, C–11
I–2
Installation
Clearances, 5–3
Equipment, 5–3
Guidelines, 5–1
Procedures, 5–6
Template, 5–5
Installation Template, E–1
Integer File, C–6
Intended Audience, P–2
K
Keyboard
Functions, 1–4
Index
DTAM Plus Operator Interface Module
User Manual
Test, 7–8
O
Keypad, 1–2
Operating System
Defaults, 1–11
Downloading, 6–6
Options, 6–6
L
Last Rack, 3–6
LED Indicator, 1–2
LED Indicators, A–2
Line Feed, Printer Port, 3–8
Line Feed Enable, Terminal Mode, 3–15
Link Coupler, 6–4
Links, Screen, 4–2
M
Main Menu, 4–3
Main Menu Key, 1–4
Master Security Code
Disabling, 3–16
Entering, 3–16
Operation, 3–17
Memory, Transfer, C–20
P
P–A/D Function, 3–19
Parity, 3–4, 6–6
Printer Port, 3–8
Personal Computer, Setup, 2–7
PID File, C–15
PLC–5
Communicating With, 6–6, 6–7
Connections, 1–8, 1–9, 6–3
Remote I/O, 1–10
Remote I/O Connection, 6–5
RS–232 Connection, 6–2
RS–422 Connection, 6–3
Settings, 6–7
Point Access/Display, C–2
Description, 1–1
Menu
Com–Port, 3–2
Function Key, 3–2
Main, 4–3
Other, 3–2
Printer Port, 3–2
Special, 3–2
Sub, 4–3
Test, 3–2, 3–20, 7–5
Port Enable, Printer Port, 3–8
Message File, C–14
Power Source, 2–1
Messages, Error, 7–2
Powerup Sequence, 2–3
Mode
Controller, C–19
Simulate, 3–13
Prev Key, 1–4
Module Group, 3–6
Product Options, 1–13
Mounting
Clearances, 5–3
Dimensions, 5–4
Equipment, 5–3
Procedures, 5–6
Program Memory, Test, 7–14
Mounting Template, E–1
N
Next Key, 1–4
Power
Applying, 2–2
Connections, 2–2
Power Connection
Connecting Power, 5–7
Terminals, 5–7
Power Connector, 1–3
Prev Menu Key, 1–4
Printer Port, Test, 7–10
Protocol
DF1, 1–6, 1–8, 1–9, 6–3
DH485, 1–6, 1–8, 1–9, 6–3
Remote I/O, 1–7, 1–10
Publications
DTAM Micro, P–3
PLC–5, P–3
SLC, P–3
Wiring, P–3
I–3
Index
DTAM Plus Operator Interface Module
User Manual
Recipe Screen, 4–6
SLC 5/03
Communicating With, 6–8
Connections, 1–8, 1–9, 6–3
Remote I/O, 1–10
Remote I/O Connection, 6–5
RS–232 Connection, 6–2
RS–485 Connection, 6–3
Settings, 6–8
Related Publications, P–3
Specifications, A–1, C–1, D–1
Remote I/O
Cabling, 1–13
Communication Port, 1–7
Communications, 1–10
Connections, 6–5
Setting Parameters, 3–5
Subscanner, 1–10
Status File, C–5
R
Rack Number, 3–6
Rack Size, 3–5
RAM, Test, 7–12
Recipe, Description, 1–1
Reset, 3–3, 3–6
Sub–Menus, 4–3
Subscanner, Remote I/O, 1–10
System Memory, Test, 7–13
T
RS–232
Connections, 6–2
Port, 1–3
Temperature, Operating, 5–2
RS–485
Connections, 6–3
Port, 1–3
Terminal Mode
Cursor Enable, 3–15
Enabling, 3–14
Line Feed, 3–15
Setting Parameters, 3–14
Run LED, 1–2
S
Template, E–1
Cutout, 5–5
Terminal Mode Control Codes, D–5
Screen
Alarm, 4–6
Data Display, 4–4
Data Entry, 4–4, 4–5
Main Menu, 4–3
Navigation, 4–2
Recipe, 4–6
Security, 4–3
Sub–Menu, 4–3
Types, 4–2
Test
Clock/Calendar, 7–15
Communication Port, 7–9
DIP Switch, 7–6
Display, 2–3, 7–7
Display Control, 7–11
Functions, 3–20, 7–5
Keyboard, 7–8
Memory, 2–4
Printer Port, 7–10
Program Memory, 7–14
RAM, 7–12
System Memory, 7–13
Transmit Enable, 7–16
Screen Changes, Controller, 4–2
Test Menu, 3–20
Screen Links, 4–2
Timer File, C–7
Screen Prints, Enable/Disable, 3–9
Transmit Enable, Test, 7–16
Security Code, 4–3
Master, 3–16
Troubleshooting, 7–1
Chart, 7–1
Equipment, 7–1
Safety, Guidelines, 5–1
Scaling, Enable/Disable, 3–18
Security Screen, 4–3
SFC File, C–16
Simulate Mode, 3–13
SLC
Communicating With, 6–9
Settings, 6–9
I–4
U
Upload/Download
Connections, 2–6, 2–7
Index
DTAM Plus Operator Interface Module
User Manual
DIP Switch Settings, 2–5
Uploading, Applications, 2–13
W
Wildcard Character, 3–17
V
Voltage, Ratings, 2–1
I–5
Index
DTAM Plus Operator Interface Module
User Manual
I–6
Getting Technical
Assistance
If you need technical assistance, please review the information in Chapter
8, “Troubleshooting and Maintenance” before calling your local distributor
of Spectrum Controls.
Note that your module contains electronic components which are
susceptible to damage from electrostatic discharge (ESD). An
electrostatic charge can accumulate on the surface of ordinary plastic
wrapping or cushioning material. In the unlikely event that the
module should need to be returned to Spectrum Controls, please
ensure that the unit is enclosed in approved ESD packaging (such as
static-shielding / metallized bag or black conductive container).
Spectrum Controls reserves the right to void the warranty on any unit
that is improperly packaged for shipment.
For further information or assistance, please contact your local
distributor, or call the Spectrum Controls technical Support at :
USA - 440-646-6900
United Kingdom - 01908 635230
Australia - 800-809-929 or (61) 398-990-335
Brazil - (55) 11 3618 8800
Europe - (49) 2104 960 333
Declaration of
Conformity
Declaration available upon request.
©2004 Spectrum Controls, Inc. All rights reserved.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
The Encompass logo and ControlLogix are trademarks of Rockwell Automation.
Publication 0300210-01 Rev. A February 2004.
Corporate Headquarters
Spectrum Controls Inc.
P.O. Box 5533
Bellevue, WA 98006 USA
Fax: 425-641-9473
Tel: 425-746-9481
Web Site: www.spectrumcontrols.com
E-mail: spectrum@spectrumcontrols.com
Owner’s Guide 0100078-02 Rev. C
DTAM PLUS
INSTALL INSTRUCTION
™
Catalog Numbers: -L40PxX, -V40PxX
This document describes how to install a DTAM Plus terminal and connect power.
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Wiring and Safety Guidelines
Enclosures
Equipment Required
Clearances
Mounting Dimensions
Installation
Wire and Cable Length Restrictions
Connecting Power
Powerup Sequence
Upload/Download DIP Switch Settings
Upload/Download Connections
Connecting to Devices
Specifications
Agency Ratings
European Union Directive Compliance
For more information on the DTAM Plus terminal, refer to the following publications.
DTAM Plus User Manual
Important Notes
1. Please read all the information in this owner’s guide before installing
the product.
2. The information in this owner's guide applies to hardware version A
and firmware version 1.0 or later.
3. This guide assumes that the reader has a full working knowledge of the
relevant processor.
Notice
The products and services described in this owner's guide are useful in a
wide variety of applications. Therefore, the user and others responsible
for applying the products and services described herein are responsible
for determining their acceptability for each application. While efforts
have been made to provide accurate information within this owner's
guide, Spectrum Controls assumes no responsibility for the accuracy,
completeness, or usefulness of the information herein.
Under no circumstances will Spectrum Controls be responsible or liable
for any damages or losses, including indirect or consequential damages
or losses, arising out of either the use of any information within this
owner's guide or the use of any product or service referenced herein.
No patent liability is assumed by Spectrum Controls with respect to the
use of any of the information, products, circuits, programming, or
services referenced herein.
The information in this owner's guide is subject to change without notice.
LimitedWarranty
Spectrum Controls warrants that its products are free from defects in
material and workmanship under normal use and service, as described in
Spectrum Controls literature covering this product, for a period of 1 year.
The obligations of Spectrum Controls under this warranty are limited to
replacing or repairing, at its option, at its factory or facility, any product
which shall, in the applicable period after shipment, be returned to the
Spectrum Controls facility, transportation charges prepaid, and which
after examination is determined, to the satisfaction of Spectrum Controls,
to be thus defective.
This warranty shall not apply to any such equipment which shall have
been repaired or altered except by Spectrum Controls or which shall
have been subject to misuse, neglect, or accident. In no case shall the
liability of Spectrum Controls exceed the purchase price. The
aforementioned provisions do not extend the original warranty period of
any product which has either been repaired or replaced by Spectrum
Controls.
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Wiring Guidelines
Here are some recommendations on how to reduce electromagnetic
noise on the communications connections:
• Careful wire routing helps reduce or minimize electrical noise.
Route incoming power to the terminal by a separate path from the
communications cables.
• Do not run communications wiring and power wiring in the same
conduit.
• Where communications and power wiring must cross, make their
intersection perpendicular.
• Proper grounding helps to reduce the effects of noise due to
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). To avoid problems caused
by EMI, all cables must be shielded and grounded at one end.
Grounding is also an important safety measure in electrical
installations. A source for grounding recommendations is the
National Electrical Code published by the National Fire
protection Association of Boston Massachusetts.
Safety Guidelines
Install the DTAM Plus using publication NFPA 70E, Electrical
Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces as a guide.
Be certain to follow all directions for installing and connecting
power to the DTAM Plus.
When used in a hazardous environment, the ultimate enclosure must
be in accordance with Class 1, Division 2 wiring methods as
described in the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA 70) and the
Canadian Electrical Code.
All peripheral equipment must be suitable for the location in which it
is used.
For P1 powered units, use only a Class 2 power source as described
in the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA 70) and the Canadian
Electrical Code.
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ATTENTION:
EXPLOSION HAZARD: SUBSTITUTION OF
COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR
CLASS 1, DIVISION 2.
RISQUE D’EXPLOSION: LA SUBSTITUTION DE
COMPOSANTS PEUT RENDRE CE MATÉRIEL
INACCEPTABLE POUR LES EMPLACEMENTS DE
CLASSE 1, DIVISION 2.
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ATTENTION: USE P1 POWERED UNITS ONLY
WITH CLASS 2 POWER SOURCE LIMITED TO 30
VDC OPEN CIRCUIT AND 8A SHORT CIRCUIT.
ATTENTION: UTILISER AVEC UNE TENSION
D’ALIMENTATION CLASSE 2 DE 30 VCC MAXI
EN CIRCUIT OUVERT AVEC UN COURANT DE
COURT-CIRCUIT DE 8A MAXI.
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ATTENTION:
EXPLOSION HAZARD: DO NOT CONNECT OR
DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT WHILE CIRCUIT IS
LIVE UNLESS AREA IS KNOWN TO BE
NON-HAZARDOUS.
RISQUE D’EXPLOSION: NE PAS BRANCHER
OU DEBRANCHER TANT QUE LE CIRCUIT EST
SOUS TENSION, A MOINS QU’IL NE S’AGISSE
D’UN EMPLACEMENT NON DANGEREUX.
Enclosures
The terminal must be mounted in a panel or enclosure to protect the
internal circuitry. The terminal meets NEMA Type 4, 12, 13 (indoor
use only) or 4X (indoor 2707-V40P2N, -V40P2NR) ratings only
when mounted in a panel or enclosure with the equivalent rating.
Allow enough spacing within an enclosure for adequate ventilation.
For some applications, you may have to consider heat produced by
other devices within a panel. The ambient temperature around the
terminal must be maintained as specified. See Specifications Section
for ratings.
Make sure that provisions are made for accessing the back panel of
the terminal for wiring, routine maintenance, and troubleshooting.
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Equipment Required
Other than the tools required to make the panel cutout, the tools
required for installation are:
• 7mm (M4) deep well socket wrench or nut driver
• small slotted screwdriver
• torque wrench (in. / lbs).
The terminal is tightened against the panel with six self-locking nuts.
Clearances
Make sure that you leave adequate room, as shown in Figure 1, for
mounting, air flow, cabling and access to DIP switches.
Figure 1
Recommended Clearances
Leave 3 inches (76.2 mm)
for Mounting, Air Flow, and
access to DIP Switches.
Leave 3 inches (76.2 mm) for
communications port connectors.
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Mounting Dimensions
Figure 2 shows the mounting dimensions of the terminal.
Figure 2
Mounting Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters)
Back View
7.876
(200.1)
8.50
(215.9)
6.9
(175.3)
Bottom View
5.5
(139.7)
5.5
(139.7)
2.35
(59.7)
2.0
(50.8)
RS-232 / RS-485 Versions
Remote I/O and DN Versions
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Installation
To install the DTAM Plus Operator Module:
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ATTENTION:
Disconnect all electrical power from the panel before
making cutout.
Make sure that area around panel cutout is clear.
Take precautions so that metal filings or other debris do not
fall into the DTAM Plus ventilation slots or enter any
components that may already be installed in panel.
Make sure that no objects are inserted or fall into the terminal
through the ventilation slots or DIP switch access hole.
Failure to follow these warnings may result in personal injury
or damage to the panel components.
1. Using the cutout template shown in Figure 3, cut an opening in
the panel. Remove any sharp edges or burrs.
2. Make sure the sealing gasket is properly positioned on the DTAM
Plus. This gasket forms a compression type seal. Do not use
sealing compounds.
3. Place the DTAM Plus in the panel cutout.
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ATTENTION:
Mounting nuts must be tightened to a torque of 8 to 10 inch
pounds to provide a proper seal and to prevent potential
damage to the terminal. Allen-Bradley assumes no
responsibility for water or chemical damage to the terminal or
other equipment within the panel enclosure because of
improper installation.
4. Install the six self locking mounting nuts hand tight.
5. Alternately tighten the mounting nuts until the DTAM Plus is
held firmly against the panel. Tighten mounting nuts to a torque
of 8 to 10 inch-pounds. Do not over-tighten nuts.
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Figure 3
Panel Cutout Dimensions in Inches (Millimeters)
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Wire and Cable Length
Restrictions
The following wire and cable length restrictions apply to DTAM
products that are CE marked when used in installations that require
compliance to European EMC Directive 89/336:
DC Power Wiring
10 meters
Ground Terminal Wire
3 meters
Communication Cables
30 meters
These restrictions apply to catalog numbers 2707–L8P1 Series D,
2707–L40P1 Series D and 2707–V40P1 Series D.
Connecting Power
The DTAM Plus accepts supply voltages in the following ranges
depending upon the power supply designation.
• Versions with P1 power supply, accept 15-23V AC (47 to 440 Hz)
or 20-30V DC
• Series D versions with P1 Power supply only, accepts 20–30 V
DC
• Versions with P2 power supply, accept 85-265V AC (47 to 440
Hz) or 110-300V DC
• Versions with P4 power supply, accept 11-13V DC
To connect the DTAM Plus to a power source:
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ATTENTION: Verify that the power is disconnected from the
power source before wiring. Failure to disconnect power may
result in electrical shock.
Make sure that the supply voltage to the DTAM Plus is correct,
refer to the voltage label on back of unit. The incorrect voltage
may damage the DTAM Plus.
Do not overtighten the power connector screw terminals.
Overtightening the terminals may damage the DTAM Plus.
1. Make sure that the voltage source is not turned on.
2. Use AWG#16 or #14 stranded wire to connect the DTAM Plus
screw terminals to the power source (see below).
Note: The power supply terminal block on the DTAM Plus is not
removeable.
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Figure 4
Power Connections
DTAM Plus
(40K Remote I/O Version Shown, Others Are Similar)
For DC connections, connect the Positive Lead
to Hot and the Negative lead to NEU.
3. Connect communications cabling as described in Connecting to
Devices section on page 15.
4. Apply voltage and verify the DTAM Plus powerup sequence as
described in the next section.
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Powerup Sequence
The powerup sequence is automatic. The sequence depends upon the
setting of DIP switch position SW-1 (upload / download enable).
The DTAM Plus is shipped with SW-1 On.
Powerup Sequence (DIP Switch SW-1 ON)
The following steps show the powerup sequence if DIP switch SW-1
is ON.
1. The DTAM Plus verifies the system memory checksum, program
checksum, and system RAM. When done, the result is displayed
with the current DIP switch settings.
Memory Check: pass
DIP Switch: 101000
40K User Memory
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2. The display is tested, every pixel of the display is turned on.
Use this display to verify that all pixels are operational.
3. The firmware version number and type of communication port(s)
is displayed (PPort, RS-232, RS-485 or Remote I/O).
Operator Interface
Core: X.XX RS-485
PPORT
4. The DTAM Plus waits for an application download.
Programming Mode
Waiting Up/Download
You cannot operate the DTAM Plus keypad while in the
upload/download mode. The DTAM Plus is waiting for
upload/download operations with a personal computer running
the DTAM Programming Software (DPS).
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Powerup Sequence (DIP Switch SW-1 OFF)
The following steps show the powerup sequence if DIP switch SW-1
is OFF.
1. The DTAM Plus verifies the system memory checksum, program
checksum, and system RAM. After the test is completed, the
result is displayed with the current DIP switch settings.
Checksum: passed
DIP Switch: 001000
RAM: pass
40K User Memory
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2. The display is tested, every pixel of the display is turned on.
Use this display to verify that all pixels are operational.
3. The operating system firmware release number and protocol is
displayed (PLC5-DF1 or AB DH-485 or Remote I/O).
Allen-Bradley
Operator Interface
DTAM Plus (c) 1996
FRN: 01.20 AB-RIO
4. On 40K versions with a clock, the current time setting is
displayed.
DATE: Wed Aug 12 98
TIME: 01:12:47
Diagnostics Complete
5. The first application screen displays. When the DTAM Plus is
powered up for the first time you see:
Bul. 2707 DTAM Plus
No Program Loaded
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Upload / Download
DIP Switch Settings
Before you can upload or download an application, you must verify
that DIP switch SW-1 is ON. (DTAM Plus is shipped in this
position).
To access the DIP switch, remove the cover from the access hole on
the back of the DTAM Plus (align cover tabs with notches in hole to
remove). The DTAM Plus is shipped without the cover installed,
you can find it in the hardware bag.
On versions with both a Comm and a Printer port, you can transfer
applications using the communication port or the printer port:
• Set DIP switch position SW-6 ON to select the Comm port
• Set DIP switch position SW-6 OFF to select the Printer port
Note: Turn DIP switch SW-6 ON after downloading through the
printer port. This allows communications to occur with the
controller.
All other versions of the DTAM Plus use a single port to transfer
applications; either the Comm port or the Printer port.
If using the Comm port, make sure DIP switch SW-2 is in the correct
position (OFF = RS-232 download, ON = RS-485 download).
Side View
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON =
OPEN
DIP Switch SW-1
must be ON.
On Versions with a Printer Port
DIP Switch SW-6 must be:
When using the RS-485 / RS-232
Comm Port for file download, set
SW-2 to the correct port selection.
ON = RS-485
OFF = RS-232
ON to download using the
Comm port.
OFF to download using the
Printer port (only if the
Comm port is connected to
a host).
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Upload / Download
RS-232 Connections
To connect a DTAM Plus RS-232 port to a computer, use the RS-232
Upload/Download cable (Catalog No. 2707-NC2). Use the
communications or printer port (see below). You may need a 9-to-25
pin adapter to connect the cable to your computer. A male to female
gender adapter is required to connect the cable to the printer port or
you can create your own cable. Appendix B of the DTAM Plus User
Manual (2707-UM001B–EN–P).
Remote I/O Version With
Printer Port
Remote I/O Version With
Comm Port
Power Connector
Printer Port RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Male)
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
Power Connector
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
Comm Port Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Gender
Adapter
Cable
(2707-NC2)
Cable
(2707-NC2)
To Computer
RS-232 Port
To Computer
RS-232 Port
Comm 1 or 2
Comm 1 or 2
Versions with a Comm Port Only
Versions with a Comm Port
and Printer Port
Power Connector
Comm Port Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Power Connector
Printer Port RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Male)
Comm Port Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Gender
Adapter
Cable
(2707-NC2)
To Computer
RS-232 Port
Cable
(2707-NC2)
Use Either Port
(Set DIP Switch #6 to
correspond)
Cable
(2707-NC2)
Comm 1 or 2
To Computer
RS-232 Port
Comm 1 or 2
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Upload / Download
RS-485 Connections
It’s recommended that you use the RS-232 port for transferring
applications. On DTAM Plus versions with a Comm (RS-485 /
RS-232) port, you can also download applications using an RS-485
connection.
Versions with a Comm Port
Versions with a Comm Port
and Printer Port
Power Connector
RS-485 / RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Remote I/O Version With
Comm Port
Power Connector
Power Connector
Printer Port
RS-485 / RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Remote I/O Connector
(Terminal Block)
RS-485 / RS-232 Connector
(9 Pin Female)
Create your own cable
To Computer
RS-485 Port or
Converter
To download through the RS-485 port, you must:
• set DIP switch position SW-2 ON
• create a communication cable. The RS-485 port connections are:
DTAM Plus Comm Port
RS-485/RS-232 Connector
Pin 1 = Tx485 Pin 2 = Tx485 +
Pin 3 = Rx485 Pin 4 = Rx485 +
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Connecting to Devices
To connect the DTAM Plus to an RS-232 device:
1. Make sure that the DTAM Plus is not connected to a voltage source.
2. Use the proper cabling to connect the DTAM Plus Comm port to the
port of the controller (PLC-5 channel 0 or SLC 5/03, 5/04 or 5/05
RS-232 port).
• Use cable, Catalog No. 2707-NC3 for PLC-5 channel 0
connection.
• Use cable, Catalog No. 1747-CP3 for SLC 5/03, 5/04 or 5/05
port connection. This cable requires a 9-pin female to male
gender adapter.
If you need to make your own cable, refer to the cable diagrams in
Appendix B of the DTAM Plus User Manual
(2707–UM001B–EN–P). The maximum recommended cable length
is 50 feet (15.2 meters).
3. Make sure that the communication parameters of the DTAM Plus
match the host device.
4. Apply power and verify that communications are established.
To connect the DTAM Plus terminal to an RS-485 device:
1. Make sure that the power to the DTAM Plus is off.
2. Use the proper cabling to connect the DTAM Plus communications
port to the port of the controller (PLC-5 channel 0 or SLC 5/03, 5/04
or 5/05 RS-232 port).
• Use cable, Catalog No. 2707-NC4 for PLC-5 channel 0
RS-422 connection
• Use cable, Catalog No. 2707-NC5 for PLC-5 channel 0
RS-232 connection. The 2707-NC5 cable converts the signals
from the RS-485 port to RS-232 levels.
• Use cable, Catalog No. 1747-CP3 for SLC 5/03, 5/04 or 5/05
port connection
If you need to make your own cable, refer to the connection
diagrams in Appendix B of the DTAM Plus User Manual
(2707–UM001B–EN–P). The maximum cable length is 200 feet
(60.8 meters).
Important: The DH-485 network cable requires proper shielding,
grounding, and termination. Refer to Data Highway / Data Highway
Plus / Data Highway-485 Cable Installation Manual (1770-6.2.2).
3. The DH-485 connectors are not electrically isolated. If electrical
isolation is required, use Link Couplers (Catalog No. 1747-AIC).
!
ATTENTION: Electrical isolation using Link Couplers (Catalog
No. 1747-AIC) is required in applications where the distance
between the DTAM Plus terminal and the SLC is greater than 6.5
feet (2 meters).
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4. Make sure that the communication parameters of the DTAM Plus
terminal match the host device.
5. Apply power and verify that communications are established.
To connect the DTAM Plus terminal to Remote I/O:
1. Make sure that the power to the DTAM Plus is off.
2. The Remote I/O port of the DTAM Plus provides access via a
Remote I/O link directly to a controller or subscanner. Use cable
(Catalog No. 1770–CD) Belden 9463 for all Remote I/O
connections. Refer to Publication 1770–4.1 for detailed grounding
and wiring guidelines. The User Manual for your controller or
subscanner will also provide cabling instructions.
3. Make sure that the communication parameters of the DTAM Plus
terminal match the host device.
4. Apply power and verify that communications are established.
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DTAM Plus
Specifications
Display
Column and Character
Display Technology
LCD (2707-L versions)
4 lines x 20 characters
Twisted-nematic type with adjustable
LED (yellow) backlighting
Vacuum Fluorescent Display with viewing
distance that exceeds 25 feet (7.6 meters)
VFD (2707-V versions)
Backlight Settings for LCD Version
(via Keypad)
Contrast Ratio
Contrast/Brightness Settings (Keypad)
LCD (2707-L versions)
VFD (2707-V versions)
Display Size (H x W)
LCD (2707-L versions)
VFD (2707-V versions)
Character Size (H x W)
Keypad
Keypad Type
Tactile Feedback
Operation Force
Operational Life
Electrical
Comm Port
Printer Port (40K memory units)
Serial Communication Distances
RS-485
Four (0,33,66 and 100%)
10:1
4 settings
2 settings
1.0 x 3.0 in (25.2 x 76.0 mm)
1.3 x 3.9 in (33.0 x 99.0 mm)
0.19 x 0.12 in (4.75 x 2.95 mm)
Embossed, sealed membrane
Stainless steel dome
12 oz. ± 3 oz. (340 grams ± 85 grams)
1 million cycles
RS-485 or RS-232C (configurable)
RS-232C
4,000 ft (1219 meters) maximum with the
Link Coupler (Catalog No. 1747-AIC)
50 ft (15 meters) maximum
200 ft (61 meters) maximum to a PLC-5
RS-232C
RS-422
Remote I/O Communication Distances
57.6K
10,000 ft (2800 meters) maximum
115.2K
5,000 ft (1400 meters) maximum
230.4K
2,500 ft (700 meters) maximum
Voltage, Current, Fusing Requirements
Power
Supply
P1
P2
P4
Voltage
15 - 23V AC, 47 - 440 Hz or 20 - 30V DC
85 - 265V AC, 47 - 440 Hz or 110 - 300V DC
11 - 13V DC
Port Isolation
Communication Port
Printer Port
500V isolation
500V isolation
Current
Fuse
800 mA max.
300 mA max.
250 mA max.
1 amp
1/2 amp
1/2 amp
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Environmental
Ambient Temperature Rating
Operating
LCD Display
VFD Display
Storage
0 to +45° C (32 to 113° F)
0 to +60° C (32 to 140° F)
-20 to +85° C (-4 to 185° F)
Relative Humidity
5 to 95%, noncondensing
Mechanical
Dimensions (Approximate)
Height:
Width:
Depth:
RS-232 / RS 485 Versions
Remote I/O Versions
7.6 inch (193.0 mm)
5.5 inch (139.7 mm)
1.8 inch (45.7 mm)
2.35 inch (59.7 mm)
Front Panel Size:
Height:
Width:
8.5 inch (215.9 mm)
6.5 inch (165.1 mm)
Weight
All except 2707-V40P2N,
-V40P2NR
2707-V40P2N, -V40P2NR
2.1 lbs (0.95 kg)
4.6 lbs (2.09 kg)
LED Indicators
RUN LED
Alarm LED
Function LED
Green
Red
Yellow
Agency Ratings
NEMA Type 4, 12, 13 (indoor use only)
NEMA Type 4X (2707-V40P2N, 2707-V40P2NR only)
Class 1 Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D, hazardous locations①
Class 1 Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D, hazardous locations①
Class 1 Division 2 Groups C & D, hazardous locations①
Temperature Code T3C (2707–L40P4 only)
①
① Series B or higher – Cat. Nos. 2707–L8P1R, –L8P2R, –L40P1R, –L40P2R,
–V40P1R, –V40P2R, –V40P2NR, –L40P4, –L8P1D, –L8P2D, –L40P1D, –L40P2D,
–V40P1D, –V40P2D, –V40P2ND
Series C or higher – Cat. Nos. 2707–L8P1, –L8P2, –L40P1, –L40P2, –V40P2,
–VP40P1, –VP40P2, –V40P2N
Series D Only – Cat. Nos. 2707–L8P1, –L40P1, –V40P1
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European Union Directive
Compliance
If this product is installed within the European Union or EFTA
regions, the following regulations apply:
This apparatus is tested to meet Council Directive 89/336
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards:
• EN50081–2 Class A (Industrial) Emissions
• EN50082–2 Class A (Industrial) Immunity
• EN61000–6–2 Class A (Industrial) Immunity (Series D Only;
2707–L8P1, –L40P1, –V40P1: Series C Only; 2707–L8P2,
–L40P2, –V40P2, V40P2N)
According to these Standards, the factor which determines, for EMC
pruposes, whether an apparatus is deemed to be “Industrial” or
“Residential, commercial and light industrial”, is given in Clause 1
of EN50081–2 as follows:
Apparatus covered by this standard is not intended for
connection to a public mains network, but is intended to be
connected to a power network supplied from a high– or
medium–voltage transformer dedicated for the supply of an
installation feeding a manufacturing or similar plant.
The product described in this document is intended solely for use in
an industrial environment as defined above. When installed in
Europe, any other application is in contravention of the European
Union Directives, and a breach of those laws.
Getting Technical
Assistance
If you need technical assistance, please review the information in Chapter
8, “Troubleshooting and Maintenance” before calling your local distributor
of Spectrum Controls.
Note that your module contains electronic components which are
susceptible to damage from electrostatic discharge (ESD). An
electrostatic charge can accumulate on the surface of ordinary plastic
wrapping or cushioning material. In the unlikely event that the
module should need to be returned to Spectrum Controls, please
ensure that the unit is enclosed in approved ESD packaging (such as
static-shielding / metallized bag or black conductive container).
Spectrum Controls reserves the right to void the warranty on any unit
that is improperly packaged for shipment.
For further information or assistance, please contact your local
distributor, or call the Spectrum Controls technical Support at :
USA - 440-646-6900
United Kingdom - 01908 635230
Australia - 800-809-929 or (61) 398-990-335
Brazil - (55) 11 3618 8800
Europe - (49) 2104 960 333
Declaration of
Conformity
Declaration available upon request.
©2004 Spectrum Controls, Inc. All rights reserved.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
The Encompass logo and ControlLogix are trademarks of Rockwell Automation.
Publication 0100077-02 Rev. C February 2004.
Corporate Headquarters
Spectrum Controls Inc.
P.O. Box 5533
Bellevue, WA 98006 USA
Fax: 425-641-9473
Tel: 425-746-9481
Web Site: www.spectrumcontrols.com
E-mail: spectrum@spectrumcontrols.com