VANN-Bus 90-Series Converter-Isolator System With CAN Capable Smart Monitor

VANN-Bus 90-Series Converter-Isolator System With CAN Capable Smart Monitor
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90 Series Owner’s Manual
VANN-Bus 90-Series
Converter-Isolator System
With CAN Capable Smart Monitor TM
Table of Contents
Introduction………………………………………………….…………………
3
Specifications…………………………………………………….………….…
4
Theory of Operation……………...……………………………………………
5
Typical Applications…………………………...…………….…………..……
8
Installation Instructions………………………….………...………………….
10
Testing and Troubleshooting…………………………………………………
13
CAN Bus Interface…………………………………..………………………… 15
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Introduction
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Vanner 90-60 Converter-Isolator. We are confident that you will be very pleased with
its performance because our 90-Series Converters are designed and manufactured by skilled professionals using the
highest standards in workmanship. With minimum maintenance and care, you can be assured of many years of
trouble free service.
General Description
The Vanner VAN-Bus CAN Power Management System is an efficient and highly reliable method of maintaining
isolation between your 24-Volt DC starting system and your 24-Volt DC auxiliary system. In addition to providing
regulated 24-Volt power, the system provides charging to the 24-Volt auxiliary battery, when conditions permit,
which significantly extends battery life. Ideally suited for vehicle and alternate energy applications, the VAN-Bus is
designed to save your batteries and the money you would spend replacing them. Users of the Vanner VAN-Bus know
that it is the most cost effective and dependable solution for 24-Volt systems.
The CAN (Controller Area Network) Capable Smart Monitor is a device designed to monitor and report the status of
several critical functions in the vehicle electrical system. This unit provides real-time fault signals over the CAN bus
to the vehicle electrical system controller. Fault indications can then be given from the vehicle’s electrical system
controller. Battery-monitoring algorithms have been incorporated into the 90-60 Series VAN-Bus, transmitting real
time battery state of charge, state of health, and run time messages over CAN.
A typical system would include a 24-Volt DC-starting system, a 24-Volt DC auxiliary system, and the 90-Series.
The 90-Series connects to the 24-Volt starting system, 24-Volt auxiliary system and ground terminals of the battery
system. When the auxiliary battery requires charging, the VAN-Bus ensures that the current is transferred from the
starting batteries, when conditions permit, and that the auxiliary batteries can not drain the starting batteries when
loads are left on. This isolation between the two 24-Volt systems ensures that the starting batteries will maintain the
power required to start the vehicle, and provides a stable 24-Volt supply for operating accessories.
NOTE: The Vanner VAN-Bus CAN Power Management System is an extremely reliable device and, when installed
according to the instructions, will provide reliable operation for an indefinite period of time. However, if a system
abnormality should develop that would cause a VAN-Bus malfunction, damage to the battery system could result if
24-Volt loads are present.
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Specifications
Specifications
90-Series Converter-Isolator
Model Number
90-60CAN
Input Voltage 24v
18 to 32 v
Efficiency (Peak)
>97%
Max 24v Input Amps
32
Output Voltage
Programmed via CAN
Output Amps (24v)
0-62
Standby Current
Smart Monitor
20 milliamps nominal at 28.4V
Alarm Low/High Voltage, Imbalance, Under voltage protect override, VAN-Bus fault
Battery Monitoring
Operating Temp.
-40°C to +75°C (-40°F to 167°F)
Storage Temp.
-54°C to +95°C (-65°F to 203°F)
Serviceable
Environmental
Considerations
Mounting Location
Yes
Cast aluminum enclosure provides protection against salt, fungus, dust, water, fuel vapors and all fluids associated with commercial
and off-highway vehicle operations.
Mount on a flat surface close to the batteries to allow short cable runs. Location should be protected from battery acid and gases.
Weights
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90-Series CAN Dimensional Specifications
0.31
(7)
5/16-18 x 9/16
STUD
TORQUE 120
LB-IN MAX
10.6
(269)
8.0
(203)
5.1
(130)
1.3
(33)
0.5
(12.7)
(71)
2.8
8.0
(203)
8.5
(216)
3.4
(86)
4.0
(102)
Figure 1 - 90-60 Dimensions
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Theory of Operation
Ibatt
Iout
F1
F2
90-60 Output
Voltage and
Battery Temp
Sensor
Current
Sensor
(80A)
GND
12v Battery
24 V
Alternator
IN
OUT
VANN-Guard
90-60CAN
Converter /
Isolator
24v
Starting
Battery
12v Battery
12v Battery
24v
Auxilliary
Battery
24 Volt
Loads
12v Battery
Battery
Negative
Sense Line
CAN
Figure 2 - 90-60 Stand Alone System
The Converter-Isolator is a state of the art device that implements software controlled power management.
When the unit has been installed and the system is engaged, the 90-Series will look at the input voltage line
to determine if there is sufficient voltage to turn the unit on. If there is not, then the unit does not turn on.
If there is then the unit performs a “soft start” cycle that will ramp up the output current to the default
setpoint of 60-Amps DC. If at some point during the soft start cycle the output voltage plateaus at a lower
value than 20-Volts, then the Output current limits to a lower value than 60-Amps. If the Output Voltage
climbs to the default setpoint of 20-Volts, then the unit will continue operation, regulating the output
voltage to the default values.
The 90-Series is also capable of being controlled by the CAN Bus. Through CAN communication (J1939
Standard) the unit can have many of its operating parameters adjusted. The adjustments are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Input Voltage Setpoint
Output Voltage Setpoint
Current Limit Setpoint
Battery Type
Bulk Charge Voltage
Float Charge Voltage
Battery Temperature Coefficient
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If during normal operations the unit should have an output voltage dip, below 20-Volts, again the unit will
limit the current below the 60-Amp Default. If the unit’s output voltage rises above 30-Volts then the unit
will power off for 10 seconds and perform a restart procedure including the soft start sequence.
Furthermore, if the unit experiences an over temperature condition, it will also enter into a current limit (a
10% reduction in the output current capacity) to reduce internal temperatures. If this condition persists, the
unit will again reduce current output, until the unit gets out of the internally monitored thermal danger
zone. If the temperature continues to rise, the unit will again power off for 10 seconds and attempt a
restart. If the temperature remains high, then the unit will NOT operate until the temperature is within the
rated operating temperatures.
Converter-Isolator functionality
All functionality described in this section requires that the Monitor Ignition Input (Terminal B) be
connected to +24v in order to be active. Please see the above figure for placement of the current
and temperature sensors.
A. Switched Sensor Supply Output
This output is used to provide +5v for Vanner VSS Series current sensors and temperature sensor.
The +5v output is switched for low power shutdown and sleep mode operation.
B. Ignition (Enable) Input
This input powers the Converter-Isolator. When this pin is taken to +24V the Converter-Isolator
becomes active.
C. CAN Shield
This connection is used to make common the shield on the CAN cable. This is required for noise
considerations in vehicle electrical systems.
D. CAN Low
This is the connection for the vehicle’s public CAN bus. The Smart Monitor will communicate
faults to the vehicle’s electrical system controller via the CAN bus.
E. CAN High
This is the connection for the vehicle’s public CAN bus. The Smart Monitor will communicate
faults to the vehicle’s electrical system controller via the CAN bus.
F. Not Connected
This pin is not currently used.
G. Not Connected
This pin is not currently used.
H. Sensor Ground
Connect ground for current sensors and Smart Sensors here.
J. Single Current Sensor (+24V) Signal Input
The monitor can record incoming and outgoing battery current on the upper (+24V) battery. The
output from the current sensor monitoring the +24v battery line should be connected to this input.
**Note that the arrow on the current sensor should pointed toward the battery if it is
connected to the positive terminal of the battery.**
K. Not Connected
This pin is not currently used.
L. Temperature Sensor
The monitor can record the temperate of the batteries. The output from the Vanner temperature
sensor should be connected to this input.
M. +24V Battery Input Sense
If this pin is connected directly to the +24V battery positive by a separate line, it will improve the
accuracy of the Converter–Isolator input voltage when load current is drawn. See below for more
information.
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N. +24V Battery Output Sense
If this pin is connected directly to the +24V battery positive by a separate line, it will improve the
accuracy of the Converter-Isolator balance of the batteries when load current is drawn. See below
for more information.
P. Battery Ground Remote Sense
If this pin is connected directly to the battery ground by a separate line, it will improve the
accuracy of the Converter-Isolator voltage measurement of the batteries when load current is
drawn. See below for more information.
Deutsch Connector Pin Out
Sensor Supply
24 V Loads
+
24 V
Aux System
-
Ignition Input
CAN Shield
F2
CAN Low
OUT
90-60
+24V
+
24V
Alt
-
F1
+
24 V
Start System
-
CAN High
IN
GND
E
Not Connected
F
Not Connected
Sensor Ground
G
H
Single Current Sensor
N
P
D
M
F
A
C
L
G
B
K
Not Connected
E
J
H
A
B
C
D
Temperature Sensor
+24V Remote Input Sense
+24V Remote Output Sense
Ground Remote Sense
J
K
L
M
N
P
The monitor output from the unit is a through a Deutsch brand connector P/N: HDP20-18-14PN.
The mating connector is the Deutsch P/N: HDP26-18-14SN housing with Deutsch P/N: 1062-160622 socket contact.
Remote Sense (Terminals M, N, and P)
There are three inputs for this function, +24 Input, +24 Output, and Ground. They are for remote
sense of the battery voltage. This makes the Conversion function insensitive to wire, fuse and
connection voltage drops. All three sense lines must be connected for this function to work
properly. It is usual for the battery connections to be brought to a distribution point from where
connections are made to the rest of the vehicle. Since the battery charge current is the only current
which the battery cables carry for most of the time it is convenient to connect the sense wires to
these distribution points. This should not introduce a significant error. In fact, when the system
stabilizes and the batteries are charged there will be almost no error. Should the external sense
lines be removed, or operating improperly, the Converter will default to internal readings.
The sense wires can be 16 or 18AWG as the input impedance is high, and the wire gauge can be
set for mechanical strength requirements. This allows cost savings and freedom of configuration in
the Converter power connection wiring, and more freedom in Converter location. The Converter
current carrying wire gauge can be the minimum size listed in this manual's wire size table for a
given Converter rating, up to four times the distance listed. This sets a maximum voltage drop of
0.4V, which is reasonable from efficiency and fault detection considerations.
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Installation Instructions
Do not exceed the specified torque of 120 in-lbs. when connecting cables to the terminal posts (Input,
Output, and GND) during installation of all the VAN-Bus Models. Torque values higher than specified may
damage the product, reduce performance, and/or create hazardous conditions. Products damaged by
improper torque are not covered by the warranty.
Do not connect more than one conductor per terminal post on any Vanner VAN-Bus. Multiple wires and
cables may overstress internal components, resulting in poor performance or creating hazardous
conditions. Products damaged by the installation of multiple conductors per post are not covered by the
warranty.
Fault protection devices MUST be installed between the VAN-Bus and the power source (battery). A
fault protection device would be any fuse or circuit breaker properly rated for the maximum DC current
obtainable. This advisory is in accordance with SAE, NEC and UL, for mobile power applications. Install
per applicable codes or within 18” of the battery. See Wire and Fuse Sizing Chart on page 10 of this
manual or contact Vanner at 1-800-227-6937 or [email protected] if assistance is needed in sizing
fault protection devices.
Caution: This equipment tends to produce arcs and sparks during installation. To prevent fire or explosion,
compartments containing batteries or flammable materials must be properly ventilated. Safety goggles
should always be worn when working near batteries
Mounting Location –The VAN-Bus may be mounted in any orientation, on a flat mounting surface suitable
to support the VAN-Bus during application. Do not mount in zero-clearance compartment that may result in
the VAN-Bus overheating. Locate so that contact by people is unlikely.
Environmental Protection – Your VAN-Bus has been designed to withstand direct exposure to rain and
moisture. The VAN-Bus has also been tested for exposure to direct pressure spray, but continual exposure to
direct pressure spraying may reduce the VAN-Bus serviceable life. Vanner covers any damage due to water
contamination only through the terms of our factory warranty.
Wiring Sequence– The VAN-Bus is internally protected for reverse polarity. The wiring sequence is not an
issue with the VAN-Bus products.
Strain Relief – The VAN-Bus has an integral strain relief. The VAN-Bus is designed with wells for the lug
to sit into to resist bolt loosening from cable movement, and the strain relief is designed to further inhibit
cable movement. The diagram below shows the proper orientation for the attachment of the strain relief and
the #10-32 mounting hardware that is supplied.
MOUNTING SCREWS
CABLE STRAIN RELIEF
LUG WELLS
VANN-Guard
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Wire Size and temperature rating
Cables connecting the VAN-Bus to the batteries must be sufficiently sized to prevent unwanted voltage
drops. These voltage drops (loss) must be less than 0.05 VDC between the VAN-Bus’s +24 volt terminal
and the battery +24 volt terminal (Battery B positive terminal), less than 0.10 VDC between the VAN-Bus’s
Input terminal and the battery +24 volt terminal (the jumper between Battery A and Battery B), and less
than 0.05 VDC between the VAN-Bus’s GND terminal and the battery ground terminal (Battery A negative
terminal that is connected to chassis ground). In most installations, the VAN-Bus’s terminals are wired
directly to the battery terminals (reference fault protection) to prevent voltage loss that could occur in
switch contacts, connections, and long wire runs. Since the VAN-Bus can be operated in temperatures up to
75ºC, use wire rated at least 90ºC. See Wire and Fuse Size Chart.
Wire and Fuse Size Chart
Wire
Size
AWG
#8
#6
#4
#2
#1
#1/0
#2/0
Ring Terminal
AMP or UL
recognized
equal
Max wire length, in feet, between VAN-Bus
and battery to keep voltage drop under 0.1
volt. The chart assumes wire carries no other
load and wire temperature is below 80ºC.
90-60CAN
33462
33466
33470
322870
321867
321867
321870
Fuse F1
Fuse F2
2.1
3.2
5.9
8.7
10.9
13.8
17.6
120 amp
100 amp
Crimp the ring terminals using AMP ROTA-CRIMP 600850 (2/0 - 8ga).
AMP Product Information Center: 800-522-6752
AMP Tooling Assistance Center: 800-722-1111
Note: The wire gages listed are for use without remote sense; see the monitor section for applications using
the remote sense capability.
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Testing and Troubleshooting
CAUTION
Servicing of electrical systems should only be performed by trained and qualified technical personnel.
Equipment Required
Voltmeter having 0.01 volt resolution. (Fluke Model 87, or higher, Multimeter recommended).
Clamp-on current meter (Fluke Model 36 Clamp-on Meter recommended).
Vanner Repair Service
Vanner offers a quick turn around factory repair service. Send the unit to the address below with a note instructing us to repair it.
Include your name, phone number, shipping address (not a P.O. Box Number), and your purchase order number.
Test Procedure for VAN-Bus 90-Series CAN Power
Management Systems
The VAN-Bus is working properly if:
1. The 24 volt DC loads are being operated continuously and are within the rated capacity of the
VAN-Bus and;
Vanner VAN-Buss are electronically protected against reverse polarity damage therefore the DC connection
sequence is not an issue.
Vanner VAN-Buss will not function properly unless all three-battery connections are made. Battery A and
Battery B voltages both must be above 8 volts for the unit to turn ON.
Vanner VAN-Buss may be used in parallel with other VAN-Buss and Vanner Equalizer models.
Please note that the Input, Output and GND stud positions and orientation are different on VAN-Bus 90Series than on other Vanner Equalizers.
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Vanner J1939 CAN Bus Isolator-Converter Specification
The CAN Bus Interface PGN Description
The Isolator-Converter CAN Bus interface allows for reception of messages for
control of the unit and transmission of messages that reflect its status. The CAN
Bus protocol used for the Isolator is SAE J1939. The Parameter Group Numbers
(PGN’s) assigned to the Isolator are proprietary and are in PDU2 Format.
Currently, there is 1 Parameter Group Number (PGN) assigned that provide for
CAN control for the Isolator-Converter and three that provide for status. Both the
control and status messages use priority 6. Additional PGN’s have been
identified for future expansion.
The data format within the J1939 CAN data frames adhere to the following
convention: each CAN message consists of 8 bytes (defined 1-8) of data, and
each byte is defined as bits 0-7. Values are normally given in decimal, but may
also be indicated in hexadecimal or binary. A 0x preceding the number indicates
a hexadecimal value, and a 0b-preceding indicates a binary value
PGN criteria for the messages in this document is as follows:
• 13 PGN’s
• PGN range: 65492 (0xFFD4) to 65497 (0xFFD9)
• Source address of messages from the Isolator: 176 (0xB0)
• Source address of messages to the Isolator: Any
• Commands to the Isolator: 65498 (0xFFDA)
• Data from the Isolator: 65492 (0xFFD4) to 65494 (0xFFD6)
Control messages to the Converter-Isolator are indexed, which means that
byte 1 of the data fields indicates the functional content of the other seven
bytes. For example, if byte 1 contains a value of 1, the message is Control
Message 1, a value of 2 indicates the message is Control Message 2 –
Controlled Interface Voltages, etc.
All control values for the Isolator-Converter are volatile and will be reset to
their defaults at power. If the system software requires values other than
default, then it must set the values for the by sending J19329 CAN
message(s) to the Isolator-Converter.
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CAN Bus PGN Definitions and Data Formats
PGN
Decimal
Description
Index
(Byte 1
of Data)
HEX
65492
0xFFD4
65493
0xFFD5
65494
0xFFD6
65497
Source Address
Priority
Message
ID (Hex)
Transmit
Interval
Decimal
HEX
N/A
176
0xB0
6
0xFFD4B0
3 seconds
N/A
176
0xB0
6
0xFFD5B0
3 seconds
N/A
176
0xB0
6
0xFFD6B0
3 seconds
0xFFD9
ConverterIsolator Status
ConverterIsolator
Heartbeat and
Control
ConverterIsolator
Interface
Voltages and
Currents
Battery States1
N/A
176
0xB0
6
0xFFD9B0
3 seconds
65497
0xFFD9
Battery States2
N/A
176
0xB0
6
0xFFD9B0
3 seconds
65498
0xFFDA
1
Any
Any
6
0xFFDAxx
1 second or
as needed
65498
0xFFDA
2
Any
Any
6
0xFFDAxx
1 second or
as needed
65498
0xFFDA
3
Any
Any
6
0xFFDAxx
1 second or
as needed
65526
0xFECA
ConverterIsolator Control
1
ConverterIsolator Control
2
ConverterIsolator Control
3
DM1 Message
N/A
176
0xB0
6
59904
0xEA00
N/A
Any
Any
6
0xFECA1
E
0xEA00xx
65259
0xFEEB
N/A
176
0xB0
6
65242
0xFEDA
N/A
176
0xB0
6
60416
0xEC00
N/A
176
0xB0
6
0xFEEBB
0
0xFEDAB
0
0xEC00B0
60160
0xEB00
N/A
176
0xB0
6
0xEB00B0
1 second
when active
User
Defined
User
Defined
User
Defined
As required
by multipacket DM1
messages
As required
by multipacket DM1
messages
Request
Message
Component
Identification
Software
Identification
BAM
Connection
Management
Message
BAM Data
Transfer
Message
Table 1 - CAN BUS Parameter Group Definitions
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PGN 65492 – Converter Isolator Status
Message:
Message Type:
Source Address:
Intended Recipient:
Priority:
29 Bit identifier:
Transmission repetition rate:
Data length:
PGN 65492 (0xFFD4)
Broadcast
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
6
0x18FFD4B0
3 seconds
8 bytes
Isolator Status
Byte 1:
Bit
7
Bit 0,1 OVER_TEMP – indicates that an over temperature condition
has occurred on the Isolator
Bit 2,3 EXGNF – external ground fault, if (EXGND > 0.75) this
condition is true
Bit 4,5 EXINF – External 24 V input fault, if (|VIN_INT-VIN_EXT| >
0.75) this condition is true.
Bit 6,7 EXOUTF – External 24 V output fault, if (|VOUT_INTVOUT_EXT| > 0.75) this condition is true.
Bit
6
Bit
5
Bit
4
Bit
3
Bit
2
Bit
1
Bit
0
OVER_TEMP
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
EXGNF
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
EXINF
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
EXOUTF
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
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Byte 2:
Bit
7
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Bit 0,1 OVFIN – over voltage fault for input
Bit 2,3 UVFIN – under voltage fault for input
Bit 4,5 OVFOUT – over voltage fault for output
Bit 6,7 UVFOUT – under voltage fault for output
Bit
6
Bit
5
Bit
4
Bit
3
Bit
2
Bit
1
Bit
0
OVFIN
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
UVFIN
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
OVFOUT
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
UVFOUT
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
Note: Over voltage fault for the inputs and outputs is defined as the
voltage exceeding 30 V. Under voltage fault for the output is
defined as 20 V or less. Under voltage fault for the input is defined
as a voltage that is 0.75 V less than the Isolator Input Voltage Limit.
Byte 3:
Bit 0,1 ISRN – Isolator is on and running.
Bit 2,3 ISFLT – Isolator fault. The Isolator is running and is
expecting output current, but the output current is 0.
Bit 4,5 IS_SDN – Isolator shutdown
Bit 6,7 CLDTF – Current Limit Due to Temperature. Isolator internal
temp is between 90 and 100 degrees C.
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Bit
7
Bit
6
Bit
5
Bit
4
Bit
3
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Bit
2
Bit
1
Bit
0
ISRN
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
ISFLT
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
IO_IN_SDN
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
CLDTF
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
Byte 4:
Bit
7
Bit 0,1 SVFLT – Sensor Voltage Fault. Sensor Supply is 5V and
flags Active if it falls below 3V.
Bit 2,3 FLSH_ERR – Error in reading or writing to/from flash
memory
Bit 4,5 CSENSOR_FLT – Fault with battery current sensor and its
value is not to be trusted.
Bit 6,7 Reserved
Bit
6
Bit
5
Bit
4
Bit
3
Bit
2
Bit
1
Bit
0
SVFLT
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
FLSH_ERR
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
CSENSOR_FLT
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
Reserved
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Byte 5:
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Bit 0,1 IS_STATE_EN - Indicates whether the Isolator is enabled to
be turned on and off using Isolator Control Message 1
Bit 2,3 IS_STATE_ONOFF – Indicates whether the Isolator is on or
off. Note that the Isolator can be turned on or off via the CAN Bus
only when STATE_ONOFF_EN is active.
Bit 4,5 STEP_UP – indicates that the ConverterIsolator is in step up mode (output voltage is greater than input
voltage)
Bit 6,7 STEP_DN – Indicates that the Converter- Isolator is in step
own mode (input voltage is greater than output voltage)
Bit
6
Bit
5
Bit
4
Bit
3
Bit
2
Bit
1
Bit
0
STATE_ONOFF_EN
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
EQ_STATE_ONOFF
0b00 = Inactive (OFF)
0b01 = Active (ON)
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not
STEP_UP
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
STEP_DN
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
Bytes 6 – 7: Unused
Byte 8:
BATTERY TEMPERATURE – One degree per bit with a 40-degree
offset to be able to handle –40 degrees.
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PGN 65493 – Converter Isolator Heartbeat
Message:
PGN 65493 (0xFFD5)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
Intended Recipient:
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FFD5B0
Transmission repetition rate:
3 seconds
Data length:
8 bytes
Isolator Heartbeat
Byte 1:
Bit
7
Bit 0,1 CAN_IS_HRTBEAT – Two bits that indicate a heartbeat
message. The value of these two bits will alternate between 0b00
(inactive) and 0b01 (active) for each message transmitted to
indicate the Converter-Isolator is still functioning correctly.
Bits 2-7 are not used
Bit
6
Bit
5
Bit
4
Bit
3
Bit
2
Bit
1
Bit
0
CAN_IS_HRTBEAT
0b00 = Inactive
0b01 = Active
0b10 = Error
0b11 = Not available
Unused
Unused
Unused
Bytes 2-8: unused
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PGN 65494 – Isolator Interface Voltages and Currents
Message:
PGN 65494 (0xFFD6)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
Intended Recipient:
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FFD6B0
Transmission repetition rate:
1 second
Data length:
8 bytes
VIN: Converter-Isolator DC Input Potential
Bytes 1,2:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 2 is the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.05 V/bit gain, 0V offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 3276.75 V
VOUT: Converter-Isolator DC Output Potential
Bytes 3,4:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 4 is the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.05 V/bit gain, 0V offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 3272.75 V
IOUT: Converter-Isolator DC Output Current
Bytes 5-6:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 6 is the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.05 A/bit gain, 0A offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 3272.75 A
IBOUT: Converter-Isolator DC Battery Current
Bytes 7-8:
16 bit signed integer, byte 8 is the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.05 A/bit gain, -1600 A offset
Data Range: -1600 to 1612.75 A
Note: If value is “0” then there is a sensor ERROR
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PGN 65497 – Index Byte Value = 1 - Battery States 1
PGN 65497 messages contain information that pertains to the battery
states as determined by the battery monitoring algorithms. The messages
are indexed so that the first byte of the message indicates the message
contents.
Message:
PGN 65497 (0xFFD9)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
Intended Recipient:
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FFD9B0
Transmission repetition rate:
5 seconds or as needed
Data length:
8 bytes
Index Byte
Byte 1:
Must be 1 (0x01) for the Equalizer 12V Battery Parameters 1
message.
Q: Performance Index in Percent
Bytes 2,3:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 3 the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.1 %/bit gain, 0% offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 100.0 %, any value greater than 100.0% is
invalid.
SOH: State of Health in Percent
Bytes 4,5:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 5 the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.1 %/bit gain, 0% offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 100.0 %, any value greater than 100.0% is
invalid.
U: Predicted Time to Run
Bytes 6,7:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 7 the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.5 minute/bit gain, 0 minute offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 32675.5 minutes
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PGN 65497 – Index Byte Value = 2 - Battery States 2
PGN 65497 messages contain information that pertains to the battery
states as determined by the battery monitoring algorithms. The messages
are indexed so that the first byte of the message indicates the message
contents.
Message:
PGN 65497 (0xFFD9)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Equalizer, 30 (0x1E)
Intended Recipient:
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FFD91E
Transmission repetition rate:
5 seconds or as needed
Data length:
8 bytes
Index Byte
Byte 1:
Must be 2 (0x02) for the Equalizer 12V Battery Parameters 2
message.
Up: Predicted Time to Run, Adjusted for Battery Temperature
Bytes 2,3:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 2 the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.5 minute/bit gain, 0 minute offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 32675.5 minutes
Dd: Depth of Discharge in Percent
Bytes 4,5:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 4 the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.1 %/bit gain, 0% offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 100.0 %, any value greater than 100.0% is
invalid.
SOC: State of Charge in Percent
Bytes 6,7:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 6 the most significant byte
Resolution: 0.1 %/bit gain, 0% offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 0 to 100.0 %, any value greater than 100.0% is
invalid.
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PGN 65497 – Index Byte Value = 3 - Battery States 3
PGN 65497 messages contain information that pertains to the battery
states as determined by the battery monitoring algorithms. The messages
are indexed so that the first byte of the message indicates the message
contents.
Message:
PGN 65497 (0xFFD9)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Equalizer, 30 (0x1E)
Intended Recipient:
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FFD91E
Transmission repetition rate:
5 seconds or as needed
Data length:
8 bytes
Index Byte
Byte 1:
Must be 3 (0x03) for the Equalizer 12V Battery Parameters 3
message.
SMajor: Major State of Battery
Byte 2:
8 bit unsigned integer
SMinor: Minor State of Battery
Byte 3:
8 bit unsigned integer
Bytes 4-8:
Unused (reserved)
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PGN 65497 – Isolator Control 1
Message:
Message Type:
Source Address:
Intended Recipient:
Priority:
29 Bit identifier:
Transmission repetition rate:
Data length:
PGN 65498 (0xFFDA)
Broadcast
Any
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
6
0x18FFD9D8B0
1 second or as needed
8 bytes
Index Byte
Byte 1:
Must be 1 (0x01) for the Isolator Control 1 message.
Control Byte
Byte 2:
Bit 0,1 Reserved
Bit 2,3 CAN_ONOFF_EN – Enables or disables the capability of the
Isolator to be turned on and off using the CAN Bus command bits
CAN_ONOFF. If this feature is disabled, the Isolator cannot be
turned on or of by a CAN Bus message. 0x11 will cause no action
to be taken. Disabled at power-up.
Bit 4,5 CAN_ONOFF – Command that turns the
Isolator on (Enable. 0b01) or off (Disable, 0b00). This bit field is
valid only when CAN_ONOFF_EN is enabled. A 0x11 will cause no
action to be taken.
Bit 6,7 Reserved
Bit
7
Bit
6
Bit
5
Bit
4
Bit
3
Bit
2
Bit
1
Bit
0
Reserved
CAN_ONOFF_EN
0b00 = Disable
0b01 = Enable
0b10 = Reserve
0b11 = No action
CAN_ONOFF
0b00 = Disable
0b01 = Enable
0b10 = Reserve
0b11 = No action
Reserved
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PGN 65497 – Isolator Control 2 – Controlled Interface Voltages
Message:
Message Type:
Source Address:
Intended Recipient:
Priority:
29 Bit identifier:
Transmission repetition rate:
Data length:
PGN 65498 (0xFFDA)
Broadcast
Any
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
6
0x18FFD9D8
1 second or as needed
8 bytes
Index Byte
Byte 1:
Must be 2 (0x02) for the Isolator Control 2 message.
Isolator Input Voltage Limit
Bytes 3,4:
The input voltage limit is the threshold at which the isolator begins
to operate. If the input voltage is below the threshold, the isolator
does not convert power.
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 2 the least significant byte, byte 3 is
most significant
Resolution: 0.05 V/bit gain, 0V offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 20 to 28 V
Notes:
Default value at power up is 27V. The minimum
voltage value is 20V, and the maximum is 28V. For
values below the minimum, the assumed value is
20V, and for values above the maximum, the
assumed value is 28V. If the value is “0”, then there
is NO change.
Isolator Output Current Limit
Bytes 5,6:
The output current determines the maximum current limit provided
to the load. When the output current exceeds the limit, the output
voltage decreases to compensate. The converter output operates
down to 0V.
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 6 the least significant byte, byte 7 is
most significant
Resolution: 0.05 A/bit gain, 0A offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 20 to 70 A
Notes: Default value at power up is 60 A. The minimum current
value is 20 A, and the maximum is 70 A. For values below
the minimum, the assumed value is 20 A, and for values
above the maximum, the assumed value is 70 A. If the value
is “0”, then there is NO change.
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Isolator Output Voltage
Bytes 7,8:
The Isolator Output Voltage is the voltage at which the isolator
operates at its output when not current limited.
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 2 the least significant byte, byte 3 is
most significant
Resolution: 0.05 V/bit gain, 0V offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 25 to 29 V
Notes:Default value at power up is dependant on the battery
parameters. If the battery is not 0, then the output voltage is
not affected by the value in this field. The output voltage is
determined by the battery parameters. The output voltage be
changed by this message field only if the battery type is 0.
Also, if the value is “0”, then there is NO change. The
minimum voltage value is 25V, and the maximum is 29V. For
values below the minimum, the assumed value is 25V, and
for values above the maximum, the assumed value is 29V.
PGN 65497 – Isolator Control 3 – Battery Charging Voltages
Message:
Message Type:
Source Address:
Intended Recipient:
Priority:
29 Bit identifier:
Transmission repetition rate:
Data length:
PGN 65498 (0xFFDA)
Broadcast
Any
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
6
0x18FFD9D8
1 second or as needed
8 bytes
Index Byte
Byte 1:
Must be 3 (0x03) for the Isolator Control 3 message.
Battery Type
Byte 2:
A single byte integer value defines the battery type. This
information is used by the battery charging algorithm to determine
previously defined parameters.
8 bit unsigned integer
Data Range: 0 to 255
Defined values:
0 - Indicates that no charge algorithm is used and the
output voltage is held at the value indicated by the
Isolator Bulk Charge Voltage field of Isolator Control 2
message. There is no bulk or float phase for battery
charging, and the Float Charge Voltage is ignored.
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With this battery type, the Isolator Output Voltage can
change.
1 - Indicates that the battery charge algorithm
incorporates the Bulk Charge Voltage, the Float
Charge Voltage, and the Battery Temperature
Coefficient as programmed by this message. If the
value of this field is greater than 1, then the three
parameters are inferred by the field’s value.
2 - Battery is of Type 2 IS THE DEFAULT and has the
following parameters:
Bulk Charge Voltage = 28.6 V
Float Charge Voltage = 26.8 V
Battery Temperature Coefficient = -72 mV/°C
Other Battery Types may be defined in the future.
Bulk Charge Voltage
Bytes 3,4:
The output voltage the Isolator supplies to the batteries when it is in
Bulk Charge mode. Bulk charge mode occurs when the battery
charge current is greater than 5 A.
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 3 the least significant byte, byte 4 is
most significant
Resolution: 0.05 V/bit gain, 0V offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 25 to 29 V
Notes:
Default value at power up is 27 V. The minimum
voltage value is 20 V, and the maximum is 29V. For
values below the minimum, the assumed value is 20
V, and for values above the maximum, the assumed
value is 29 V.
Float Charge Voltage
Bytes 5,6:
The output voltage the Isolator supplies to the batteries when it is in
Float Charge mode. Float charge mode occurs when the battery
charge current is less than 5 A.
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 5 the least significant byte, byte 6 is
most significant
Resolution: 0.05 V/bit gain, 0V offset, no sign bit
Data Range: 25 to 29 V
Notes:
Default value at power up is 27 V. The minimum
voltage value is 25 V, and the maximum is 29 V. For
values below the minimum, the assumed value is 24
V, and for values above the maximum, the assumed
value is 29 V.
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Battery Temperature Coefficient
The Battery Temperature Coefficient provides for compensating the
measured battery voltage based on temperature. The battery
voltage is normalized for 25 °C and the measured voltage is
compensated for temperatures above and below 25 °C. It is
typically a negative number. The equation for compensation is:
VComp = VOut + (T – 25) * CComp
where
VComp is the compensated voltage
VMeas is the measured voltage
T is the temperature in °C
CComp is the Battery Temperature Coefficient
Bytes 7,8:
16 bit unsigned integer, byte 7 the least significant
byte, byte 8 is most significant
Resolution: 1 mV/bit gain, 0V offset, no sign bit
Data Range: -32768 to 32767 mV
Notes:
Default value at power up is -72 mV.
DM1 Diagnostic Message Support
The Isolator Converter Can Bus Interface supports SAE J1939 Diagnostic
Message 1 (DM1) for active Diagnostic Trouble Codes. The DM1 message
contains information that indicates currently active Diagnostic Trouble Codes
(DTC), preceded by the diagnostic lamp status. See section 5.7.1 of J1939-73
(Application Layer – Diagnostics) for an explanation of the format and data fields
of a DM1 message. The intended recipient for DM1 messages is the Information
System Controller #1, which is defined as a J1939 Preferred Address. The
Address for Information System Controller #1 is 65 (0x41).
DM1 message criteria are:
A DM1 message is transmitted using Parameter Group Number 65226, with
PDU Format = 254 and PDU Specific = 202.
A DM1 message is not normally transmitted when there are no active DTC’s.
A DM1 message is transmitted when one or more DTC’s become active, and
at one second intervals thereafter.
If a fault has been active for 1 second or longer, and then becomes inactive, a
single DM1 message is transmitted to reflect this state change.
If a different DTC changes state within the 1-second update period, a new
DM1 message is transmitted immediately to reflect the new DTC. However, to
prevent a high message rate due to intermittent faults with a very high
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frequency, there will be no more than one state change per DTC per second
transmitted.
A DM1 message may be transmitted in response to a Request Message. If
there are no active DTC’s when the CAN Interface receives the request, it
transmits the DM1 message with the data fields set at values that indicate
there are no active DTC’s. See SAE J1939-21, section 5.4.2 for more details
on Request messages.
When more than one active DTC exists, transmitting the DM1 message
requires the use of the “Multi-packet Transport” Parameter Group, specifically
the Broadcast Announce Message. See SAE J1939-21, section 5.10 for a
complete definition of the Transport Protocol. For Broadcast Announce
Message (BAM) details see 5.10.3.5 of J1939-73.
The conditions that cause active Diagnostic Trouble Codes and the associated
SPN’s and FMI are for the Isolator Converter is show below in Table-6. The
SPN’s for the over and under voltage faults are defined in J19 39. The SPN’s for
imbalance and Isolator Converter Fault are proprietary. All DM1 messages for
the Isolator Converter use the SPN Conversion Method = 0, which conforms to
Version 4. See J1939-73, section 5.7.1.7 for a description of SPN Conversion
Methods.
DTC
Over Voltage Fault on
Output (OVFOUT)
SPN
168 (0x000A8)
FMI
0
Under Voltage Fault on
Output (UVFOUT)
168 (0x000A8)
1
Over Temperature
(OVER_TEMP)
520450 (0x7F102) 0
Isolator Fault (ISFLT)
520451 (0x7F103) 1
Sensor Voltage Fault
(SVFLT)
520452 (0x7F104) 1
FMI Description
Data valid, but above normal
operating range – Most
Severe
Data valid, but below normal
operating range – Most
Severe
Data valid, but above normal
operating range – Most
Severe
Data valid, but below normal
operating range – Most
Severe
Data valid, but below normal
operating range – Most
Severe
Table 2 - DTC Defnitions, SPN's and FMI values
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PGN 65226 – Active Diagnostic Codes (DM1) Data Formats
Message:
PGN 65526 (0xFECA)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Isolator Converter, 176 (0xB0)
Intended Recipient:
Clever Devices, 65 (0x41)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FECA1E
Transmission repetition rate:
Upon Change in DTC, upon request, or
1 second
Data length:
Variable
DM1 Data Field Format – No Active DTC’s
When there are no active DTC’s, the Isolator Converter does not
normally transmit DM1 messages. However, in response to a
Request PGN message, the Isolator Converter will transmit a single
frame DM1 message that indicates no active DTC’s. In addition,
when the Isolator Converter transitions from a state where is has
active DTC’s to a state where it has no active DTC’s, it will transmit
the same message. The data fields for the DM1 message with no
active DTC’s is:
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
0x00 – All Lamp Status Codes are off
0xFF – All bits reserved
0x00 – Recommended setting for not active DTC’s
0x00 – Recommended setting for not active DTC’s
0x00 – Recommended setting for not active DTC’s
0x00 – Recommended setting for not active DTC’s
0xFF – Not used
0xFF – Not used
Data length is 8.
Byte
1
0x00
Byte
2
0xFF
Byte 3
0x00
Byte
4
0x00
Byte
5
0x00
Byte6
0x00
Byte
7
0xFF
Byte 8
0xFF
DM1 Data Field Format – Single Frame Message, Active DTC is Over
Voltage Fault on Output
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
0x08 Amber Warning Lamp is on.
0x00 All bits reserved.
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Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
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0xA8 8 least significant bits of SPN
0x00 Second byte of SPN
0x00 Bits 8-6 = 3 most significant bits of SPN
Bits 5-1 = FMI (0)
OC Bit 8 = SPN Conversion Method (0)
Bits 7-1 = Occurrence Count, OC.
0xFF Not used.
0xFF Not used
Byte
1
0x08
Byte
2
0x00
Byte 3
0xA8
Byte
4
0x00
Byte
5
0x00
Byte6
OC
Byte
7
0x00
Byte 8
0x00
DM1 Data Field Format – Single Frame Message, Active DTC is Under
Voltage Fault on Output
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
0x08 Amber Warning Lamp is on.
0x00 All bits reserved.
0xA8 8 least significant bits of SPN
0x00 Second byte of SPN
0x01 Bits 8-6 = 3 most significant bits of SPN
Bits 5-1 = FMI (1)
OC Bit 8 = SPN Conversion Method (0)
Bits 7-1 = Occurrence Count, OC.
0xFF Not used.
0xFF Not used
Byte
1
0x08
Byte
2
0x00
Byte 3
0xA8
Byte
4
0x00
Byte
5
0x01
Byte6
OC
Byte
7
0x00
Byte 8
0x00
DM1 Data Field Format – Single Frame Message, Active DTC is Over
Temperature
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
0x08 Amber Warning Lamp is on.
0x00 All bits reserved.
0x02 8 least significant bits of SPN
0xF1 Second byte of SPN
0xE0 Bits 8-6 = 3 most significant bits of SPN
Bits 5-1 = FMI (1)
OC Bit 8 = SPN Conversion Method (0)
Bits 7-1 = Occurrence Count, OC.
0xFF Not used.
0xFF Not used
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Byte
1
0x08
Byte
2
0x00
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Byte 3
0x02
Byte
4
0xF1
Byte
5
0xE0
Byte6
OC
Byte
7
0x00
Byte 8
0x00
DM1 Data Field Format – Single Frame Message, Active DTC is Isolator
Fault
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
0x08 Amber Warning Lamp is on.
0x00 All bits reserved.
0x03 8 least significant bits of SPN
0xF1 Second byte of SPN
0xE1 Bits 8-6 = 3 most significant bits of SPN
Bits 5-1 = FMI (1)
OC Bit 8 = SPN Conversion Method (0)
Bits 7-1 = Occurrence Count, OC.
0xFF Not used.
0xFF Not used
Byte
1
0x08
Byte
2
0x00
Byte 3
0x03
Byte
4
0xF1
Byte
5
0xE1
Byte6
OC
Byte
7
0xFF
Byte 8
0xFF
DM1 Data Field Format – Single Frame Message, Active DTC is Sensor
Voltage Fault
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
0x08 Amber Warning Lamp is on.
0x00 All bits reserved.
0x04 8 least significant bits of SPN
0xF1 Second byte of SPN
0xE2 Bits 8-6 = 3 most significant bits of SPN
Bits 5-1 = FMI (1)
OC Bit 8 = SPN Conversion Method (0)
Bits 7-1 = Occurrence Count, OC.
0xFF Not used.
0xFF Not used
Byte
1
0x08
Byte
2
0x00
Byte 3
0x04
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0xF1
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Byte
5
0xE1
Byte6
OC
Byte
7
0xFF
Byte 8
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DM1 Data Field Format – Multiple Frame Messages, Multiple Active DTC’s
In the event that multiple active DTC’s occur at once on the Isolator Converter,
the DM1 message must be transmitted in multiple frames. The multiple frames
are broadcast using the Transport Protocol with a connection management type
of Broadcast Announce Message (BAM). The frame data fields for the BAM
connection management and for the BAM data transfer messages are addressed
in this section.
PGN 59904 – Request PGN
The Request PGN provides the capability to request information globally
or from a specific destination.
Message:
Message Type:
Source Address:
PGN 59904 (0xEA00)
Broadcast
Any device, for DM1 messages Clever Devices
AVM system will have Source Address of 65
(0x41)
Intended Recipient:
Isolator Converter, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FFD5(SA), where SA = source address
Transmission repetition rate:
as needed
Data length:
8 bytes
PGN Being Requested
Byte 1:
Most significant byte of the full PGN being requested, usually all 0’s
Byte 2:
PDU Format Field of PGN being requested
Byte 3:
PDU Specific Field of PGN being requested.
Bytes 4-8: Not used
Presently, the Request Message supports requests for DM1 messages, but
will be expanded as needed to support requests for other PGNs.
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PGN 65259 – Component Identification
Message:
PGN 65259 (0xFEEB)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
Intended Recipient:
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FEEBB0
Transmission repetition rate:
User Requested
Data length:
8
Make
This field of 1 byte is delimited by an ASCII “*”
Byte 1:
0x2A
“*”
Model
This field is filled with the ASCII characters “IC90xx” where the “xx” is the
model number of the unit. For the FIRST revision it will be “01” for version
“1”. This field is delimited by an ASCII “*”.
Byte 2:
0x39
“9”
Byte 3:
0x30
“0”
Byte 4:
0x36
“6”
Byte 5:
0x30
“0”
Byte 6:
0x30
“0”
Byte 7:
0x31
“1”
Byte 8:
0x2A
“*”
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PGN 65242 – Software Identification
Message:
PGN 65242 (0xFEDA)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Isolator, 176 (0xB0)
Intended Recipient:
System Controller, 216 (0xD8)
Priority:
6
29 Bit identifier:
0x18FEDAB0
Transmission repetition rate:
User Requested
Data length:
8
Message
For the Isolator Converter, the software ID will read as follows: “IC90xx”
where the “xx” will be the software version number. For the first version it
will be “01” for version 1. This means that there will be 7 Data bytes
outside of the first byte including the delimiter “*”.
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
0x01
0x39
0x30
0x36
0x30
0x30
0x31
0x2A
Number of Software ID Fields
“9“
“0“
“6“
“0“
“0“
“1”
“*”
PGN 60146 – BAM Connection Management Message
Message:
Message Type:
Source Address:
Intended Recipient:
Priority:
29 Bit identifier:
Transmission repetition rate:
Data length:
PGN 60416 (0xEC00)
Broadcast
Isolator Converter, 176 (0xB0)
Broadcast, 255 (0xFF)
6
0x18ECFF1E
When required. 1 second when active.
8 bytes
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
Control Byte = BAM
DM1 message size in bytes, low byte
DM1 message size in bytes, high byte
DM1 message number of packets
Reserved
DM1 PGN low byte
DM1 PGN middle byte
DM1 PGN high byte
0x20
Variable
Variable
Variable
0xFF
0xCA
0xFE
0x00
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Byte
1
0x20
Byte
2
Var
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Byte 3
Var
Byte
4
Var
Byte
5
0xFF
Byte6
Byte
7
0xFE
0xCA
Byte 8
0x00
PGN 60160 – BAM Data Transfer Message
Message:
PGN 60160 (0xEB00)
Message Type:
Broadcast
Source Address:
Isolator Converter, 176 (0xB0)
Intended Recipient:
Broadcast, 255 (0xFF)
Priority:
7
29 Bit identifier:
0x18EBFF1E
Transmission repetition rate:
When required. 1 second when active.
Data length:
8 bytes
First Frame:
Byte 1:
Byte 2:
Byte 3:
Byte 4:
Byte 5:
Byte 6:
Byte 7:
Byte 8:
Second Frame:
Byte 9:
Byte 10:
Byte 11:
Byte 12:
Byte 13:
Byte 14:
Byte 15:
Byte 16:
Third Frame:
Byte 17:
0x03
Byte 18:
Byte 19:
Byte 20:
Byte 21:
Byte 22:
Byte 23:
Byte 24:
0x01
0 or 0x08
0x00
0x02
Packet Sequence Number
DM1 Lamp Status
Reserved
DTC 1 SPN low bits
DTC1 SPN middle bits
DTC1 SPN upper 3 bits, FMI
DTC1 CM, occurrence count
DTC2 SPN low bits
Packet Sequence Number
DTC2 SPN middle bits
DTC2 SPN upper 3 bits, FMI
DTC2 CM, occurrence count
DTC3 SPN low bits or 0xFF
DTC3 SPN middle bits or 0xFF
DTC3 SPN upper 3 bits, FMI or 0xFF
DTC3 CM, occurrence count
Packet Sequence Number
DTC4 SPN low bits or 0xFF
DTC4 SPN middle bits or 0xFF
DTC4 SPN upper 3 bits, FMI or 0xFF
DTC4 CM, occurrence count
DTC5 SPN low bits or 0xFF
DTC5 SPN middle bits or 0xFF
DTC5 SPN upper 3 bits, FMI or 0xFF
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Fourth Frame:
Byte 25:
0x04
Byte 26:
Byte 27:
Byte 28:
Byte 29:
Byte 30:
Byte 31:
Byte 32:
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Packet Sequence Number
DTC5 CM, occurrence count
DTC6 SPN low bits or 0xFF
DTC6 SPN middle bits or 0xFF
DTC6 SPN upper 3 bits, FMI or 0xFF
DTC6 CM, occurrence count
DTC7 SPN low bits or 0xFF
DTC7 SPN middle bits or 0xFF
Additional packets may be transmitted if there are more active
DTC’s. Also, only one DM1 Lamp Status is transmitted if more than
once DTC is active.
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Vanner Incorporated
4282 Reynolds Drive
Hilliard, Ohio 43026
1-800-AC POWER
(1-800-227-6937)
Tel: 614-771-2718
Fax: 614-771-4904
www.vanner.com
e-mail: [email protected]
Part Number D913789-A
th
August, 27 2009
Printed in U.S.A.
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