TS-550 evo MODBUS Installation & Setup

TS-550 evo MODBUS Installation & Setup
TS-550evo & TS-5000evo Modbus Interface
Franklin Fueling Systems • 3760 Marsh Rd. • Madison, WI 53718 USA
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Contents
Important Safety Messages.................................................................................................. 3
Overview................................................................................................................................. 4
Installation.............................................................................................................................. 4
Modbus RTU.................................................................................................................................. 4
Connecting a PC or Laptop Computer................................................................................ 4
Configuring IP Settings for Communication................................................................................... 5
Obtain an IP Address Automatically............................................................................................... 7
Check Status of Connection........................................................................................................... 7
Network Parameters....................................................................................................................... 8
Modbus Register Map........................................................................................................... 9
Register Mapping Overview........................................................................................................... 9
System Units................................................................................................................................ 10
Tank Data ............................................................................................................................. 11
Manifold Data....................................................................................................................... 12
Sensor Data.......................................................................................................................... 13
Mag Sensor Register Set.................................................................................................... 14
Relay Data............................................................................................................................ 14
Turbine Pump Interface (TPI) Data..................................................................................... 15
Input Data............................................................................................................................. 15
Low Voltage Inputs Status Register............................................................................................. 15
GIO Inputs Status Register.......................................................................................................... 16
Current Alarms Register Set............................................................................................... 16
Alarm Code Table......................................................................................................................... 16
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Important Safety Messages
FFS equipment is designed to be installed in association with volatile hydrocarbon liquids such as gasoline and diesel
fuel. Installing or working on this equipment means working in an environment in which these highly flammable liquids
may be present. Working in such a hazardous environment presents a risk of severe injury or death if these instructions
and standard industry practices are not followed. Read and follow all instructions thoroughly before installing or working
on this, or any other related, equipment.
As you read this guide, please be aware of the following symbols and their meanings:
Warning
Caution
Danger
This symbol identifies a warning. A warning sign will appear in the text of this document when a
potentially hazardous situation may arise if the instructions that follow are not adhered to closely. A
potentially hazardous situation may involve the possibility of severe bodily harm or even death.
This is a caution symbol. A caution sign will appear in the text of this document when a potentially
hazardous environmental situation may arise if the instructions that follow are not adhered to closely.
A potentially hazardous environmental situation may involve the leakage of fuel from equipment that
could severely harm the environment.
This symbol identifies an electrical danger. An electrical danger sign will appear in the text of this
document when a potentially hazardous situation involving large amounts of electricity may arise if
the instructions that follow are not adhered to closely. A potentially hazardous situation may involve
the possibility of electrocution, severe bodily harm, or even death.
Alarms and warnings are designed to alert you with specific details when a problem occurs so you
can take appropriate corrective action. System hardware failure warnings, tank related alarms, leak
detection sensor alarms, and line leak alarms can be custom programmed to do many things. The
events that require programming are denoted by a (p) below:
- Cause the red Alarm light or yellow Warning light to flash (standard)
- Activate / sound the console annunciator alarm horn (p)
- Activate internal output relays for external alarm devices (p)
- Print alarm reports automatically, either locally (internal printer), or remotely (USB - HP compatible printer) (p)
- Send alarm and test reports to a specified e-mail address (p)
- Send reports to remote location(s), via internal data/fax modem (p)
Warning
Warning
Warning
Follow all applicable codes governing the installation and servicing of this product and the
entire system. Always lock out and tag electrical circuit breakers while installing or servicing
this equipment and any related equipment. A potentially lethal electrical shock hazard and the
possibility of an explosion or fire from a spark can result if the electrical circuit breakers are
accidentally turned on during installation or servicing. Please refer to the Installation and Owner’s
Manual for this equipment, and the appropriate documentation for any other related equipment, for
complete installation and safety information.
Follow all federal, state and local laws governing the installation of this product and its associated
systems. When no other regulations apply, follow NFPA codes 30, 30A and 70 from the National Fire
Protection Association. Failure to follow these codes could result in severe injury, death, serious
property damage and/or environmental contamination.
Always secure the work area from moving vehicles. The equipment in this manual is usually
mounted underground, so reduced visibility puts service personnel working on this equipment in
danger from moving vehicles entering the work area. To help eliminate these unsafe conditions,
secure the area by using a service truck to block access to the work environment, or by using any
other reasonable means available to ensure the safety of service personnel.
Warning
When the Fuel Management System is used to monitor tanks containing gasoline or other
flammable substances, you may create an explosion hazard if you do not follow the requirements in
this manual carefully.
Warning
All wiring must enter the console’s enclosure through the designated knockouts. An explosion
hazard may result if other openings are used.
Warning
You must run wiring from probes or sensors to the Fuel Management System console in conduits
which are separate from all other wiring. Failure to do so will create an explosion hazard.
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This manual describes the installation and setup of the Modbus interface on the TS-550evo & TS-5000evo (evo). Included
are protocol descriptions, register mapping, and data descriptions for the data supported. This document is intended for
users who will be configuring the Modbus feature, and some understanding of Modbus protocol is required.
Overview
Modbus is a serial communication protocol that allows for simple system integration across various devices all on the
same network. This will allow the evo to be connected to a host system that supports Modbus TCP or RTU.
Modbus TCP is available via the evo’s Ethernet ports and Modbus RTU is available via Comm Port 1.
Installation
Modbus communication is a standard feature on the evo with software versions 2.3.0 or higher. It is available over the
standard Ethernet and RS-232 Comm Port 1. No additional hardware installation required. To use Modbus communication
you must connect to either the RS-232 or Ethernet port. For details on establishing these connections please refer to the
following manuals (000-2170 Installation Manual & 000-2173 Programming Manual).
Modbus RTU
To setup the Modbus RTU format you will need to edit the Comm 1 serial port setting in the evo system parameters. First,
select the Mode Modbus and then define the additional parameter as required for your configuration.
Group Name
Parameter
Name
Default
Description
Values
Serial Ports
COMM 1
Mode Network Connection (PPP)
Baud Rate
Data Bits
57600
8
Parity
None
Stop Bits
1
Modbus Address
1
Range of Values
Network Connection (PPP)
Veeder-Root
Franklin Fueling System (XML)
Modbus
1200 - 115200
7 or 8
odd
even
none
1 or 2
1 to 247
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP is enabled by default on Ethernet Port 502. Establish an Ethernet connection between the Master device
and the evo over port 502 to access the Modbus registers. Refer to the TS-550evo Programming Guide (000-2173) for
details regarding Ethernet connections to the systems.
Connecting a PC or Laptop Computer
To access the console using the Web Browser interface, connect a PC to the console through either the Ethernet port or
the COMM 1 serial port. If the console is connected to a local network, you can perform this setup from any PC on that
network by using a web browser, such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer or Mozilla’s FireFox, or Safari for a Mac.
Note: The PC or laptop will recognize this serial connection as a network connection and will not allow the use of a Local
Area Connection simultaneously. While it is not necessary to disconnect the Local Area Connection to connect
using the Serial port, it will be necessary to disconnect the Serial Connection through the computers operating
system in order to use the Local Area Connection again.
The following instructions are written specifically for Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system. For assistance with other
operating systems, please contact Franklin Fueling Systems Technical Services.
Connecting a PC to the TS-550 evo Ethernet Port
1. Using an Ethernet Crossover, 10 Base-T cable, plug the RJ-45 connector on one end of the cable into the
Ethernet port of the console.
2. Plug the RJ-45 connector on the opposite end of the cable to the Network Interface Card of the computer.
3. Power up and log onto your PC.
Note: You may need to re-configure your TCP / IP settings to allow the computer to communicate with the console.
Note: Some modern laptop computers have automatically switching Network Interface Cards and as such, will require the use
of a standard cat 6 cable instead of a crossover.
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Configuring IP Settings for Communication
Before attempting to modify any computer settings, contact
the Information Technologies department of your business,
if available. Some computer accounts may have restricted
permissions to overcome before any changes are allowed
to be made to TCP / IP settings.
3. There are (2) two views settings possible when
using Windows 7:
•In Category View, click on Network and Internet,
then click View Network Status and tasks under
Network and Sharing Center.
At the PC: 1. Power up the PC and log into your Windows
operating system.
2. Click on Start, then select Control Panel.
↓
•In Icon View, click on Network and Sharing
Center.
4. Click on the Change adapter settings in the left hand column.
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5. Right-click on Local Area Connection and select Properties.
6. In the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box, under “This connection uses the following items,” select
Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP / IPv4) and click Properties.
There are various ways to configure a computer to
communicate with a TS-550 evo console. These factors
depend upon the user’s computer knowledge and how the
computer is currently configured.
To determine which method is best for your site, read the
instructions in the following section carefully. Make detailed
notes on the current configuration of the TCP / IP settings on
the PC you are using. Read both the “Obtain an IP address
automatically” and the “Use the following IP address” methods
before making a choice between the two.
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Obtain an IP Address Automatically
Computers commonly use this setting to obtain an IP
address automatically.
1. If Obtain an IP address automatically is
selected, it may be best to click the Alternate
Configuration tab.
Note: The consoles default IP address is
192.168.168.168. If the PC is normally configured
to acquire an IP address automatically, Alternate
Configuration may be used, as mentioned above, to
allow a connection to be enabled without the necessity
of reconfiguring the computer each time it will be used
to connect to this console.
Use the Following IP Address
1. If Use the following IP address is selected and
the entry boxes contain any information, record this
information for use when console programming is
complete.
2. Select User Configured.
2. Enter an IP address. For simplicity, make the last
segment of the IP one number different than the IP
address of the console. Upon initial setup ONLY,
the numbers used in the figure may be used to
configure the TCP / IP settings of your PC.
3. Leave the DNS information blank.
Note: The consoles default IP address is
192.168.168.168. If the PC is normally configured
to Use the following IP address, make sure that
all displayed information is recorded and kept prior
to making any changes. It may be necessary to use
this information to re-configure the console once
programming is complete.
Check Status of Connection
3. Enter an IP address. For simplicity, make the last
segment of the IP one number different than the IP
address of the console. Upon initial setup ONLY,
the numbers used in the figure may be used to
configure the TCP / IP settings of your PC. After
initial startup the programmed parameters should
be verified through the touchscreen
4. Leave all other information blank and click OK.
5. Close the Local Area network for changes to take
place.
1. Check the status of your connection by going to
the Network Connections window.
2. If the connection status is disabled, enable it by
right-clicking on the Local Area Connection and
selecting Enable.
3. Verify link light is lit under Ethernet on Controller
module is lit and RX light is flashing.If technical
difficulties arise, please contact Franklin Fueling
Systems Technical Support before proceeding.
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Network Parameters
To communicate with your network equipment (i.e. router,
switch, hub, etc.) you will need to modify the TS-550evo or
TS-5000evo console’s network parameters.
IP Address Settings:
IP Address – This is a logical (electronic) address, like a
street address, that the console uses to route
information. This address will have to match
your network, if connected to a network, in
order to ‘talk’ to a remote communication
device, or your PC.
Network Mask – Masking is a way to diversify the use
of multiple subnets. The mask must match
that of the network the console is connected
to. Masks are used in networking to create
‘sub-networks’ within a whole, like slicing and
apple. You have separate slices that may be
in different locations, but they are still from the
same apple. Administrators use this to make
separate networks, to maximize bandwidth or
capacity of medium resources (cables or fiber).
Therefore, when your network uses static IP
addressing (assigned by an administrator),
this mask must match the Network Mask of the
router port that it is attached to. If the network
uses a DHCP server (automatically assigns
IP addresses) then the mask should meet the
specifications set by your administrator.
Gateway – The Gateway is the logical address to the
nearest router port, commonly the one that
is connected to the console. Consult your
administrator for details on this and other
network parameters.
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DNS Server Address:
Preferred DNS Server / Alternate DNS Server – The
domain name system (DNS) is the way that internet domain
names are located and translated into Internet Protocol
addresses. A domain name is a meaningful and easyto-remember tag for an internet address (used for e-mail
functions).
Modbus Register Map
Register Values
Little Endian Ordering
All 32-bit values are stored such that the least significant bits are in the lower of the 2 register addresses (a.k.a. Little
Endian). For example, Tank 1 Product level is stored in registers 204 and 205. If the value happened to be large enough
that it spanned 2 registers, say 9876.5 gallons, the values would be stored as follows:
Gallons resolution is 0.1, so the floating point value is multiplied by 10 and converted to the integer value 98765. In hex,
this value is 0x000181CD. Mapping this into registers:
Address 204: 0x81CD
Address 205: 0x0001
Two’s Complement Integer Representation
Negative values are stored as 2’s complement values. So, for the sake of a simple example let’s say we had -9876.5
gallons. The 2’s complement value of -98765 in hex is 0xFFFE7E33. By noting the highest bit is a 1, you know the
number is signed. To get the positive value you simply invert the bits and add 1, getting you back to 0x000181CD. This will
be set up in the Modbus client software.
The following is a table of Input Register addresses that can be accessed using function code 0x04.
Register Mapping Overview
Register Addresses
Data Set
Data Type
100-107
System Units
System Unit Setting
200-235
Tank 1
Tank 1 Data
236-271
Tank 2
Tank 2 Data
272- ….
Tank 3 …
Tank 3 Data …
2756-2791
Tank 72
Tank 72 Data
2792-3199
Reserved
3200-3225
Manifold 1
Manifold 1 Data
3226-3251
Manifold 2
Manifold 2 Data
3252-….
Manifold 3…
Manifold 3 Data…
4110-4135
Manifold 36
Manifold 36 Data
4136-4499
Reserved
Reserved
4500-4501
2-Wire Sensor 1
2-Wire Sensor 1 Data
4502-4503
2-Wire Sensor 2
2-Wire Sensor 2 Data
4504-….
2-Wire Sensor 3…
2-Wire Sensor 3 Data …
4642-4643
2-Wire Sensor 72
2-Wire Sensor 72 Data
4644-4799
Reserved
Reserved
4800-4802
3-Wire Sensor 1
3-Wire Sensor 1 Data
4803-4805
3-Wire Sensor 2
3-Wire Sensor 2 Data
4804-….
3-Wire Sensor 3...
3-Wire Sensor 3 Data …
4941-4943
3-Wire Sensor 48
3-Wire Sensor 48 Data
4944-4999
Reserved
Reserved
5200-5206
Mag Sensor 1
Mag Sensor 1 Data
5207-5213
Mag Sensor 2
Mag Sensor 2 Data
5214-….
Mag Sensor 3…
Mag Sensor 3 Data
5697-5703
Mag Sensor 72
Mag Sensor 72
5704-5899
Reserved
Reserved
5900-5901
PS Relay 1
PS Relay 1 Status
5902-5903
PS Relay 2
PS Relay 2 Status
5904-5999
Reserved
Reserved
9
6000-6001
Relay 1
Relay 1 Status
6002-6003
Relay 2
Relay 2 Status
6003 -….
Relay 3…
Relay 3 Status…
6166-6167
Relay 84
Relay 84 Status
6168-6399
Reserved
Reserved
6400-6401
TPI 1
Controller 1 Status
6402-6403
TPI 2
Controller 2 Status
6404 -….
TPI 3 …
Controller 3 Status …
6462-6463
TPI 32
Controller 32 Status
6464-6599
Reserved
Reserved
6600-6601
LVI 1
Low Voltage Input 1 Status
6602-6603
LVI 2
Low Voltage Input 2 Status
6604-6699
Reserved
Reserved
6700-6701
AC Input 1
AC Input 1Status
6702-6703
AC Input 2
AC Input 2 Status
6704-….
AC Input 3…
AC Input 3 Status …
6842-6843
AC Input 72
AC Input 72 Status
6844-7099
Reserved
Reserved
7100-7101
GIO 1
IO Input 1 Status
7102-7103
GIO 2
IO Input 2 Status
7104-….
GIO 3…
IO Input 3 Status
7194-7195
GIO 48
IO Input 48 Status
7196-7399
Reserved
Reserved
7400-7404
Current Alarms 1
7405-7409
Current Alarms 2
…
7645-7649
Current Alarms 50
7650-9999
Reserved
Reserved
System Units
Units Data Register Set
Address Offset
Unit Type
Data Type
0
Length
See Length Units Table
1
Volume
See Volume Units Table
2
Temperature
See Temperature Units Table
3
Density
See Density Units Table
4
Mass
See Mass Units Table
5-7
Reserved
NA
Register Value
Unit Type
Units Precision
0
Millimeters
1 mm
1
Centimeters
0.1 cm
2
Meters
0.001 m
3
Inches
0.1 in
Length Units Table
10
Volume Units Table
Register Value
Unit Type
0
Liters
1
Gallons
2
Imperial Gallons
Units Precision
0.1 L
0.1 gal
0.1 imp gal
Temperature Units Table
Register Value
Unit Type
Units Precision
0
Centigrade
0.1 C
1
Fahrenheit
0.1 F
Density Units Table
Register Value
Unit Type
0
Kilograms per cubic meter
1
Grams per cubic centimeter
2
Pounds per cubic foot
Units Precision
0.1 kg/m^3
1 g/cm^3
0.001 lbs/ft^3
Mass Units Table
Register Value
Unit Type
Units Precision
0
Kilograms
0.1 kg
1
Grams
1g
2
Pounds
0.01 lbs
Tank Data
Tank Data Register Set
Tank Register Start Address = (TankNumber-1)*36+200
Register Description
Address Offset
Data Format
Resolution
Tank Status Register
0, 1
See Tank Status Register
Tank Alarms Register*
2,3
See Tank Alarms Register
Product Level
4,5
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Length Units
Water Level
6,7
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Length Units
Temperature
8,9
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Gross Product Volume
10,11
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Net Product Volume
12,13
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Water Volume
14,15
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Ullage Volume
16,17
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Density
18,19
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Density Units
Net Density
20,21
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Density Units
Mass
22,23
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Mass Units
Reserved
24-31
N/A
*Note that this register does not contain all possible alarms for a tank.
Tank Status Register
Bit #
Status Bit
0
Tank in Alarm
1
Delivery in Progress
2
Static Tank Test in Progress
3-31
Reserved
11
Tank Alarms Register
Bit #
Status Bit
0
High High Product
1
High Product
2
High Water
3
Low Product
4
Low Low Product
5
Precision Leak Detected
6
Gross Leak Detected
7
SCALD Leak Detected
8
Product Density High Limit Exceeded
9
Product Density Low Limit Exceeded
10
Float Missing
11
Probe Synchronization Error
12
No Probe Detected
13
Float Height Error
14-31
Reserved
Manifold Data
Manifold Data Register Set
Manifold Register Start Address = (ManifoldNumber-1)*26+3200
Register Description
Address Offset
Data Format
Manifold Status Register
0, 1
See Manifold Status Register
Manifold Alarms Register*
2,3
See Manifold Alarms Register
Temperature
4,5
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Gross Product Volume
6,7
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Net Product Volume
8,9
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Water Volume
10,11
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Ullage Volume
12,13
Signed 32-bit Integer
See Volume Units
Reserved
14-20
N/A
*Note that this register does not contain all possible alarms for a tank.
Manifold Status Register
Bit #
Status Bit
0
Manifold in Alarm
1
Delivery in Progress
2-31
Reserved
Manifold Alarms Register
Bit #
Status Bit
0
Low Product
1
Low Low Product
2
SCALD Leak Detected
3-31
12
Resolution
Reserved
Sensor Data
2-Wire Sensor Status Register
2-Wire Sensors Start Address = (SensorNumber-1)*2+4500
Bit #
0
1-31
Status Bit
Sensor State
Reserved
2-Wire Sensor State Table
Bit Value
Sensor State
0
Ok
1
Alarm
3-Wire Sensor Register Set
3-Wire Sensors Start Address = (SensorNumber-1)*3+4800
Register Description
Address Offset
Data Format
Sensor Type
0
See 3-Wire Sensor Type Table
Sensor State
1
See 3-Wire Sensor State Table
Reserved
2
3-Wire Sensor Type Table
Register Value
Sensor Type
0
Unknown Sensor
1
Interstitial (EIS) OR 2-Wire Sensor
2
Discriminating Interstitial Sensor (DIS)
3
Discriminating Dispenser Sump Sensor (DDS)
4
Discriminating Turbine Sump Sensor (DTS)
5
Monitoring Well Sensor (MWS)
6
Hydrostatic Interstitial Brine Reservoir Sensor (HIS)
7
Discriminating Monitoring Well Vapor Sensor (DVS)
3-Wire Sensor State Table
Register Value
Sensor State
0
Ok
1
Alarm
2
Sensor On
3
Product Detected
4
Water Detected
5
Sump Full
6
Dry Well
7
High Brine
8
Low Brine
9
Vapor Detected
10
Vapor Sensor Malfunctioning
11
Temperature Error
12
Synchronization Error
13
Signal Lost
14
ID Error
15
Data Error
13
Mag Sensor Register Set
Mag Sensors Start Address = (SensorNumber-1)*7+5200
Register Description
Address Offset
Data Format
Product Level
0,1
Signed Integer (See Length Units)
Water Level
2,3
Signed Integer (See Length Units)
4
See Mag Sensor Status Register
Status Register
Reserved
5-8
Mag Sensor Status Register
Bit #
Status Bit
0
Water Warning Active
1
Water Alarm Active
2
Product Alarm Active
3
Installation Alarm Active
4
Sensor Missing Alarm Active
5
Sensor Sync Alarm Active
6
Sensor Float Missing Active
7-15
Reserved
Relay Data
Relay Status Register
PS Relay Start Address = (PSRelay-1)*2+5900
Relay Start Address = (Relay-1)*2+6000
Bit #
0
1-15
Status Bit
Relay Status
Reserved
Relay Status State Table
Bit Value
14
Relay State
0
Deactivated
1
Active
Turbine Pump Interface (TPI) Data
TPI Controller Status Register
TPI Start Address = (TPINum-1)*2+6400
Bit #
Status Bit
0
Pump Status
1
Pump Forced Off
2
Pump Controller Faulted
3-15
Reserved
Pump Status Table
Register Value
Pump Status State
0
Idle
1
Running
Pump Forced Off State Table
Register Value
Pump Forced Off State
0
Ok
1
Force Off
Pump Controller Faulted Table
Register Value
Pump Controller Faulted State
0
Ok
1
Controller Faulted
Input Data
Low Voltage Inputs Status Register
LVI Start Address = (LVINum-1)*2+6600
Bit #
0
1-15
Status Bit
Input Status
Reserved
Low Voltage Input Status Table
Bit Value
Low Voltage Input State
0
In-Active
1
Active
AC Input Status Register
DHI Start Address = (DHI Num-1)*2+6700
Bit #
Status Bit
0
Input On
1-15
Reserved
AC Input Bit Value Table
Register Value
AC Input State
0
In-Active
1
Active
15
GIO Inputs Status Register
GIO Start Address = (GIO Num-1)*2+7100
Bit #
Status Bit
0
Input On
1-15
Reserved
GIO Input Bit Value Table
Register Value
GIO Input State
0
In-Active
1
Active
Current Alarms Register Set
Alarms Start Address = (Alarm Num-1)*5+7400
Register Description
Address Offset
Data Format
Alarm Code
0
See Alarm Code Table
Alarm Data
1
Integer, typically device number
Reserved
2-5
Alarm Code Table
Alarm Code
Device Type
Alarm Name
-2
None
Unknown -1
None
Any 0
None
No error 1
Slot
Test Alarm
SYSTEM ALARMS (0900-1999)
16
1001
None
Probe module number mismatch 1002
None
Probe module number mismatch 1003
None
4-20mA module number mismatch 1004
None
Relay module number mismatch 1005
None
AC Input module number mismatch 1006
None
4-20mA module number mismatch 1007
None
4-20mA module number mismatch 1008
None
2-Wire Sensor module number mismatch 1009
None
3-Wire Sensor module number mismatch 1010
None
Power Supply module number mismatch 1011
None
IO module number mismatch 1012
None
DIM module number mismatch 1013
None
LON module number mismatch 1014
None
Printer module number mismatch 1015
None
Console DTU number mismatch 1018
None
IS Barrier Violation 1022
Slot
Console DTU is offline 1023
Slot
Probe module is offline 1024
Slot
4-20mA module is offline 1025
Slot
Relay module is offline 1026
Slot
AC Input module is offline 1027
Slot
2-Wire Sensor module is offline 1028
Slot
3-Wire Sensor module is offline 1029
Slot
Power Supply module is offline 1030
Slot
IO module is offline 1031
Slot
Controller module is offline 1032
None
System Bus Error 1033
None
Power Supply Setup Error 1034
None
AC Input Setup Error 1035
None
Relay Module Setup Error 1036
None
Probe Module Setup Error 1037
None
4-20mA Module Setup Error 1038
None
2-Wire Sensor Module Setup Error 1039
None
3-Wire Sensor Module Setup Error 1040
None
Vapor Recovery Monitor Setup Error 1041
None
Fuel Management System Setup Error 1042
None
Secondary Containment Monitor Setup Error
1043
None
System Setup Error 1044
None
Invalid Registration 1045
None
Invalid Configuration 1046
None
Internal Error #1 - contact technical support
1047
None
Auto Detect Setup Error 1048
None
Set Date and Time VAPOR RECOVERY MONITORING ALARMS (2000-2499)
2001
aldHose
Daily Vapor Collection Warning 2002
aldHose
Daily Vapor Collection Failure 2003
aldHose
Weekly Vapor Collection Warning 2004
aldHose
Weekly Vapor Collection Failure 2005
aldHose
ORVR Vehicle Limit Reached 2040
aldChannelPRB
VFM Missing 2041
aldChannelPRB
VFM Error 2042
aldChannelPRB
VFM No Data 2050
None
Weekly Ullage Pressure Warning 2051
None
Weekly Ullage Pressure Failure 2053
None
Weekly Ullage Pressure Leak Test Warning 2054
None
Weekly Ullage Pressure Leak Test Failure 2056
None
Ullage Volume Insufficient 2057
None
Pressure Out of Range for Ullage Pressure Leak Test
2058
None
Monthly Ullage Pressure Warning 2059
None
Monthly Ullage Pressure Failure 2070
None
Pressure Sensor Error 2071
None
Pressure Sensor Open Circuit 2080
None
Vapor Processor Input 2081
None
Vapor Processor Failure 2082
None
Vapor Processor Warning 2083
None
Vapor Processor Failure 2090
None
Configuration Error 2091
None
TS-DIM Read Data Error 2092
None
External ATG Connection Down Error 17
2093
None
TS-DIM Connection Down 2095
None
Development Test Alarm 2096
None
External ATG Connection Down Warning FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ALARMS (2500-2999)
18
2500
None
FMS configuration error 2501
Tank
No data available 2502
Tank
Float missing 2503
Tank
Probe synchronization error 2504
Tank
No probe detected 2505
Tank
Temperature Error 2506
Tank
RTD table error 2507
Tank
API volume correction error 2508
Tank
Alpha volume correction error
2509
Tank
Level error 2510
Tank
Product volume error 2511
Tank
Water volume error 2512
Tank
Ullage error 2513
Tank
Correction table error 2514
Tank
Net error 2515
Tank
Low battery 2516
Tank
System memory error 2517
Tank
Float height error 2519
Tank
Line monitor disabled 2520
Tank
Open analog input 2521
Tank
Unstable probe 2522
Tank
High high product level
2523
Tank
High product level 2524
Tank
High water level
2525
Tank
Low product volume 2526
Tank
Low low product volume
2527
Manifold
Manifold Low product volume 2528
Manifold
Manifold Low low product volume
2529
Tank
High product volume 2530
Tank
High High product volume
2540
Tank
Density error 2541
Tank
High water/Phase sep
2650
Tank
Tank Theft Detected
2651
Manifold
Manifold Theft Detected
2652
Tank
Tank Leak Detected
2653
Manifold
Manifold Leak Detected
2654
Tank
Tank Gross Leak Detected
2655
Manifold
Manifold Gross Leak Detected
2656
Tank
Tank Scald Leak Detected
2657
Manifold
Manifold Scald Leak Detected
2658
Tank
Tank Scald Compliance Warning
2659
Manifold
Manifold Scald Compliance Warning
2660
Tank
Tank Water/Phase Sep Float Disabled
2680
Tank
Tank Product Density High Limit Exceeded
2681
Tank
Tank Product Density Low Limit Exceeded
2682
Tank
Density float error 2690
Mag Sensor
Mag sensor configuration error 2691
Mag Sensor
Mag sensor not learned error 2692
Mag Sensor
Mag sensor float missing 2693
Mag Sensor
Mag sensor synchronization error
2694
Mag Sensor
Mag sensor missing 2695
Mag Sensor
Mag sensor data error 2696
Mag Sensor
Mag sensor float height error 2697
Mag Sensor
Mag installation error
2698
Mag Sensor
Mag water warning 2699
Mag Sensor
Mag water alarm 2700
Mag Sensor
Mag product alarm SECONDARY CONTAINMENT MONITORING ALARMS (3000-3499)
3000
Containment
Vacuum Too High 3001
Containment
Low Vacuum 3002
Containment
Failed to Reach Target Vacuum 3003
Containment
Failed to Hold Vacuum 3004
Containment
Unstable Vacuum 3005
Containment
Containment Not Learned 3006
Containment
Vacuum Sensor Failed 3007
Containment
Vacuum Sensor Failed/Not Connected
3008
Containment
Containment Pump Request Ignored 3009
Containment
Low Vacuum And Pump Request Ignored
3010
None
Containment Program Error Warning 3011
None
Containment Program Error Detected
3012
Containment
Not Configured 3013
Containment
Disabled ANA ALARMS (3500-3599)
3500
4-20mA Channel
4-20mA Input Error
SENSOR ALARMS (3600-3699)
3600
2-Wire Sensor
SN2 Sensor On
3601
Slot
SN2 Fuse Blown
3602
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Sensor On
3603
Slot
SN3 Fuse Blown
3604
Slot
SN3 Pwr Short
3605
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Data Error
3606
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Water 3607
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Product 3608
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Sump Full
3609
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Dry Well 3610
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 High Brine
3611
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Low Brine
3612
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Vapor 3613
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 No Signal
19
3614
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Id Error 3615
3-Wire Sensor
SN3 Sync Error
LINE LEAK DETECTION ALARMS (3700-3799)
3700
Line
Gross Leak Test Failed 3701
Line
Monthly Leak Test Failed 3702
Line
Precision Leak Test Failed 3703
Line
Failed to Pressure Up 3704
Line
Failed to Catch Pressure 3705
Line
Sudden Pressure Loss 3706
Line
Dispensing Pressure Test Failed
3707
Line
High Line Pressure 3708
Line
Extended Hook Signal 3709
4-20mA Channel
Pressure Transducer Fail 3710
Line
Line is not configured 3711
Line
Line Program Error Detected 3712
Line
Air in Line 3713
Line
Line Not Enabled 3714
Line
Line Not Learned 3715
Line
3 GPH Compliance Expired 3716
Line
0.2 GPH Compliance Expired 3717
Line
0.1 GPH Compliance Expired 3718
Line
Marginal Pass of Gross Leak Test
3719
Line
Line Pump Request Ignored PRINTER ALARMS (3800-3899)
3800
System
Printer Paper Jam
3801
System
Printer Paper Jam
3802
System
Printer Solenoid Stuck
3803
System
Printer Solenoid Stuck
3804
None
Printer Door Open 3805
None
Check Printer 3806
None
Printer Motor Temperature 3807
None
Printer Head Temperature 3808
None
Check Paper MODEM ALARMS (3900-3999)
3900
None
Modem Error 3901
None
Cellular Modem Error
3902
None
Dynamic DNS Error VR EMULATION ALARMS (4000-4049)
4000
None
VR Dim Data Lost
DISPENSER INTERFACE MODULE ENGINE ALARMS (4050-4099)
4050
None
Dim Communications Failure
TURBINE PUMP INTERFACE ALARMS (4100-4199)
20
4100
None
Communication Failure 4101
Pump
Pump Communication Fail
4102
Pump
Clogged Intake 4103
Pump
Dry Tank 4104
Pump
Pump In Water 4105
Pump
Under Voltage 4106
Pump
Locked Rotor 4107
Pump
Open Circuit 4108
Pump
Capacitor Failing 4109
Pump
Short Circuit 4110
Pump
High Temperature 4111
Pump
Not Calibrated 4112
Pump
Extended Run 4113
Pump
Relay Fault 4114
Pump
L2 Open 4115
Pump
Over Voltage 4116
Pump
Unbalanced Voltage 4117
Pump
Unbalanced Load 4118
Pump
Unknown Fault 4119
Pump
Underload 4120
Pump
Over Speed 4121
Pump
Long Flash 4122
Pump
Hardware Fault 4123
Pump
Controller Type Error INPUT ALARMS (4200-4299)
4200
GIO Input
IO Input Alarm 4201
PS Input
Power Supply Input Alarm
4202
DHI Input
AC Input Alarm PLC ALARMS (4300-4399)
4300
None
DTU FFS Interference 4301
None
DTU Non FFS Interference
4302
PLC
Remote DTU is offline COMPLIANCE ALARMS (4400-4499)
4401
Tank
Monthly Compliance Alarm 4402
Tank
Monthly Compliance Warning
4403
Tank
Annual Compliance Alarm 4404
Tank
Annual Compliance Warning
4405
Manifold
Monthly Compliance Alarm 4406
Manifold
Monthly Compliance Warning
4407
Line
Monthly Compliance Alarm 4408
Line
Monthly Compliance Warning
4409
Line
Annual Compliance Alarm 4410
Line
Annual Compliance Warning
4411
2-Wire Sensor
Monthly Compliance Alarm 4412
2-Wire Sensor
Monthly Compliance Warning
4413
3-Wire Sensor
Monthly Compliance Alarm 4414
3-Wire Sensor
Monthly Compliance Warning
4415
Mag Sensor
Monthly Compliance Alarm 4416
Mag Sensor
Monthly Compliance Warning
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