E3X DANGER Commissioning Guide

E3X DANGER Commissioning Guide
POWER MONITORING
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E3X
Commissioning Guide
E31
E30
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
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Follow safe electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E in the USA, or applicable local codes.
This equipment must only be installed and serviced by qualified electrical personnel.
Read, understand and follow the instructions before installing this product.
Turn off all power supplying equipment before working on or inside the equipment.
Use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm power is off.
DO NOT DEPEND ON THIS PRODUCT FOR VOLTAGE INDICATION
• Only install this product on insulated conductors.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTICE
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This product is not intended for life or safety applications.
Do not install this product in hazardous or classified locations.
The installer is responsible for conformance to all applicable codes.
Mount this product inside a suitable fire and electrical enclosure.
This guide is intended to help the user commission the E3x Panelboard Monitoring
System for operation. It is assumed that the user has already installed the E3x meter
according to the instructions in the E3x Installation Guide.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Downloading the Configuration Tool ..........................................................................2
Using the Configuration Software ..............................................................................3
Configure Device Button......................................................................................4
Global Resets Button.........................................................................................12
Alarm Status Button..........................................................................................13
Data Monitoring Button....................................................................................14
Configuring Alarm Registers......................................................................................16
Latching Alarm Examples..........................................................................................18
ASCII Table.................................................................................................................19
FCC PART 15 INFORMATION
NOTE: This equipment has been tested by the manufacturer and found
to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in
a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Modifications to this product without the express authorization of
Veris Industries nullify this statement.
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DOWNLOAD THE CONFIGURATION
TOOL
5. Select a destination on the computer to store the configuration tool. Click Next.
1. Go to the Veris Industries website (www.veris.com). Click on Design Resources and
navigate to the Software option:
2. Choose the E3x Configuration tool from the list of available software.
6. If desired, check the option to create a desktop shortcut to open the configuration
tool. Then click Next.
3. Open the executable file.
4. The configuration tool Welcome window appears. Choose Next.
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7. The tool is now ready to install on the computer. Choose Next to confirm
installation.
USING THE CONFIGURATION
SOFTWARE
Open the software using either the desktop icon (if selected) or by navigating to the
location chosen previously.
In the toolbar at the top of the window, use the Options button to adjust your
communication and data acquisition settings. Default settings appear in the window;
changes these as needed.
8. When installation is complete, choose Close to exit the software.
Adjust Modbus Scan
Address settings to a
tighter range to decrease
scan time.
The E3x configuration is now successfully installed on your computer. You are ready to
begin commissioning the E3x monitoring system for operation.
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Click the Scan button to have the software locate available devices on the system.
All devices located in the scan will appear in the box adjacent to the Scan button. Click on the device you wish to configure.
Each main board with four
ribbon cable connections uses
two Modbus addresses.
Below the Scan window is a row of buttons: Configure Device, Global Resets, Alarm Status, and Data Monitoring.
When each button is selected, a unique row of tabs appears below. The information in these tabs must be configured to the system requirements. Every setting has a default
value programmed in. The next sections describe the settings found within each tab.
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Configure Device Button
After scanning for devices, the tool locates all E3x meters connected to the system. Select a meter from the list and click the Read From Device button to configure.
1. General.
Select the CT configuration used in the installation. This tab looks different for the E30 and E31 devices, with only the options for the selected device appearing as
options. The Device Location is an optional description the installer can enter to specify the location of each device on the network. Note: If the configuration tool is
opened on a computer not connected to a meter, the tool defaults to the E30 General tab.
E30 General Tab
E31 General Tab
2. Demand.
Select the number of sub-intervals and the sub-interval length to be used in data collection.
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These settings apply to current demand (registers 269-272, 1462 - 1503) and power demand (registers 277, 1378-1419).
Configure the number of sub intervals. The default is 1, but it can be set for 1-6 sub-interval windows.
Configure sub-interval length (register 72). The default is 900 sec (15 minutes), but it can be set from 10 – 32767 (in seconds). For Sync to Comms, set to 0. Sync to
Comms mode will start demand calculations based on writes to Modbus register 295 with a value of 26012 (decimal).
Calculate Demand by continuously summing the subinterval averages and dividing by the number of subintervals. The subinterval average is recalculated every second
from the RMS values for current and power. The Demand register will update at the end of each subinterval. See the example below. For Block mode, set the number of
subintervals to 1 (Reg 71).
Sub-Interval Length
(user configurable)
15
kW
10
6
Demand =
15
8 kW =
10
Σ
n=1
subinterval average (N) (kW)
6
10 8
7
5
3 15
+ + + + +
6
6
6
6
6
6
8
7
5
5
3
1
2
Demand is updated
between each
sub-interval
3
4
5
6
Sub-Interval
3. Aux CT Size.
Set the CT size for each channel. Enter the value for each channel separately, or enter one value and click Set All Channels. Auxiliary #1 (register 115) to Auxiliary #4
(register 118) define the auxiliary or “mains” CT size (typically 200 A). Type the appropriate numeric value for each auxiliary CT installed in the panel. CT size must be
1-32,767. Set this value for each panel on the E3x.
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4. Aux. Breaker Size.
Set the breaker size for each channel. This value is used for alarm calculations. Enter the value for each channel separately, or enter one value and click Set All Channels.
Auxiliary #1 (register 161) to Auxiliary #4 (register 164) define the auxiliary or “mains” breaker size (typically 225 A). Type the appropriate numeric value for each
auxiliary breaker in the panel. For unused breakers, set the value to zero to disable alarms for those channels. Set this value for each panel on the E3x (i.e. 225
(decimal) = 225A; range 0-32,767).
5. Branch Breaker Size.
Set the size of each branch circuit breaker. The default for each circuit is 20 Amps. The Breaker Size box and the Set All Channels button can be used to set all circuits
to the same value, or each circuit can be set separately to the necessary value. Channel #1 (register 119) to Channel #42 (register 160) define the channel or “branch”
breaker size (typically 20 A). Type the appropriate numeric value for each channel breaker in the panel. For unused breakers, set the value to zero to disable alarms
for those channels.
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6. Current Alarms.
The instantaneous current alarm setup parameters define the maximum (high alarm) and minimum (low alarm) limits for all branch and main circuits monitored by
the E3x. Instantaneous current alarms are ON only if the alarm conditions are met. These alarms are reset automatically (alarm is turned OFF or cleared when circuit
current is within the normal range).
High Alarm Thresholds
Type the instantaneous current value, expressed as a percentage of the breaker size (default = 60%). When the circuit current exceeds that value, the high current
alarm is activated. To disable any alarms, set the specific high alarm threshold to zero.
Example: If the threshold is set to 60%, the high alarm would be activated when instantaneous current for a 20 A breaker exceeds 12 A (i.e. 20 A x 0.60).
Low Alarm Thresholds
Type the instantaneous current value, expressed as a percentage of the breaker size (default = 5%). When the circuit current falls below that value, the low current
alarm is activated. To disable any alarms, set the specific low alarm threshold to zero.
Example: If the threshold is set to 5%, the low alarm would be activated when instantaneous current for a 20 A breaker drops below 1 A (i.e. 20 A x 0.05).
Hysteresis
Type the value, expressed as a percentage of the alarm threshold, that defines how much the circuit current must fall below the High alarm threshold or rise above the
Low alarm threshold, to determine the alarm’s “OFF” state (default = 5%; non-latching only).
Example: If hysteresis is set to 5%, the “OFF” state for a high alarm threshold of 12 A would be at 11.4 A and below (i.e. 12 A minus (12 A x 0.05)), while the “OFF” state
for a low alarm threshold of 1 A would be at 1.05 A and above (i.e. 1 A plus (1 A x 0.05)).
Amps
High
High + hysteresis
Low + hysteresis
Low
1
2
3
4
1
2
High Alarm Set On
High Alarm Set Off
Low Alarm Set On
Low Alarm Set Off
4
3
Time
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There are two types of alarms, Latching and Non-Latching.
Latching Alarm Settings Defined
High-High Alarm Delay (s): Number of seconds the current in a circuit needs to be continuously above the High-High Alarm Threshold before the High-High alarm is
activated (default = 10 s).
High Alarm Delay (s): Number of seconds the current in a circuit needs to be continuously above the High Alarm Threshold before the High alarm is activated (default =
10 s).
Low Alarm Delay (s): Number of seconds the current in a circuit needs to be continuously below the Low Alarm Threshold before the Low alarm is activated (default =
10 s).
Low-Low Alarm Delay (s): Number of seconds the current in a circuit needs to be continuously below the Low-Low Alarm Threshold before the Low-Low alarm is
activated (default = 10 s).
Latching Alarm On Time (s): Number of seconds the current in a circuit needs to stay above the low-low alarm threshold level before the latching alarms are armed/
enabled for that channel (default = 10 s).
Latching Alarm Off Time (s): Number of seconds the current in a circuit needs to be below the Low-Low Alarm Threshold level before the latching alarm is de-activated
(default = 30 s). After this point, on this channel, all latching alarms are disabled.
High-High Alarm Threshold (%): Limit for the High-High current alarm state, expressed as a percentage of the breaker size (default = 70%). For example, the HighHigh alarm threshold for a 20 A breaker is 14 A (i.e., 20 x 0.70). To disable this alarm (for all channels) set its threshold value to 0%.
High Alarm Threshold (%): Limit for the High current alarm state, expressed as a percentage of the breaker size (default = 60%). For example, the High alarm threshold
for a 20 A breaker is 12 A (i.e., 20 x 0.60). To disable this alarm (for all channels) set its threshold value to 0%.
Low Alarm Threshold (%): Limit for the Low current alarm state, expressed as a percentage of the breaker size (default = 7.5%). For example, the Low alarm threshold
for a 20 A breaker is 1.5 A (i.e., 20 x 0.075). To disable this alarm (for all channels) set its threshold value to 0%.
Low-Low Alarm Threshold (%): Limit for the Low-Low current alarm state, expressed as a percentage of the breaker size (default = 2.5%). For example, the Low-Low
alarm threshold for a 20 A breaker is 0.5 A (i.e., 20 x 0.025). To disable this alarm (for all channels) set its threshold value to 0%.
7. Branch CT Size.
Set the size of each CT monitoring the branch circuit breakers. For the E30 solid-core products, the CT size for each branch circuit is automatically set and locked at 100
Amps. For the E31 split-core products, select the appropriate CT size per channel from the drop down menu. If all channels must be set to the same CT size, the Set All
Channels button can be used for convenience.
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8. Voltage Alarms.
Line-to-Line Voltage Alarms Defined
The Voltage Alarm setup parameters define the alarm delay (timer) and threshold (limit) for the voltage inputs monitored by the E3x (E3x model A & B Only). Voltage
alarms are global; settings and alarms are shared between both panels for main boards with four ribbon cable connections.
The alarm timer settings define the length of time that a voltage input must be in an alarm state (i.e. exceeds the overvoltage alarm threshold or falls below the
undervoltage alarm threshold) before activating the latching alarm. A return to normal (non-alarm) state is instantaneous, so the alarm timer is reset if the voltage
returns to the normal state before the timer expires. The voltage alarms are always enabled unless the threshold is set to zero, unlike the current alarms there is no
On-Time Delay.
The latching and non-latching voltage alarms share overvoltage and undervoltage thresholds.
The non-latching voltage alarm is set as soon as the voltage inputs are in an alarm state (i.e. exceeds the overvoltage alarm threshold or falls below the undervoltage
alarm threshold) and are cleared as soon as the voltage inputs are out of an alarm state plus the hysteresis setting (i.e. below the overvoltage alarm threshold minus
hysteresis or exceeds the undervoltage alarm threshold plus hysteresis).
Overvoltage Alarm Timer: Enter the number of seconds the voltage can exceed Over Voltage Threshold level before activating the Over Voltage Latching alarm.
Undervoltage Alarm Timer: Enter the number of seconds the voltage can drop below the Under Voltage Threshold level before activating the Under Voltage Latching
alarm.
Overvoltage Alarm Threshold (V): Type the limit for the Over Voltage alarm state in Volts. To disable this alarm (for all voltage inputs) set its threshold value to 0 Volts.
Threshold for both Latching and Non-Latching alarm.
Undervoltage Alarm Threshold (V): Type the limit for the Under Voltage alarm state in Volts. To disable this alarm (for all voltage inputs) set its threshold value to 0
Volts. Threshold for both Latching and Non-Latching alarm.
Non-Latching Alarm Hysteresis (%): Type the value, expressed as a percentage of the alarm threshold, that defines how much the voltage must fall below the Over
voltage threshold or rise above the Under voltage threshold to determine the alarm’s “OFF” state.
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9. Branch CT Phase.
Use this tab to set the phase per channel. The standard product default setting is an “A, B, C” phase rotation. The default setting for the Y60 single-phase/split-phase
version of the product is “A, B, A, B.”
Global Resets Button
This section is used to reset data values. Resets are for each individual panel. WARNING: Data will be deleted and counters will return to a value of zero.
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Alarm Status Button
1. Current Alarms Tab.
Choose a channel from the numbered buttons in the center of the window. The data values at the left will update to show current alarm status. A red box next to the
channel number indicates an alarm condition.
2. Voltage Alarms Tab.
Choose a channel from the numbered buttons in the center of the window. The data values at the left will update to show current alarm status. A red box next to the
channel number indicates an alarm condition.
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Data Monitoring Button
These tabs allow real-time viewing of data values.
1. Aux Tab. Use the drop-down button to choose a data value. The selected data type appears to the right.
2. Branch Tab. Use the drop-down button to choose a data value. The selected data type appears to the right.
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3. Voltage Tab. This tab has no drop-down list, as all data values appear on a single screen.
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CONFIGURING ALARM REGISTERS
• Bit 8: High Non-Latching Alarm
• Bit 9: Low Non-Latching Alarm
• Bit 10-15: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
Latching alarms
Once the alarm threshold is crossed into an alarm state and after the associated
Alarm Timer expires, the corresponding latching status bit is set and is not reset until
the status bit is manually cleared by writing the alarm status register or resetting
Latching alarms even if the signal is no longer in an alarm state. The alarm is also
cleared if the threshold is changed.
Non-Latching alarms
Alarm Timers
These timers control entry into an alarm state. All channels use the same global perpanel timers; per-panel timers only apply to latching alarms.
Registers 165-170:
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High-High Latching Alarm Time Delay
High Latching Alarm Time Delay
Low Latching Alarm Time Delay
Low-Low Latching Alarm Time Delay
Latching Alarm ON Time (when current is above Low-Low alarm then ON
state is declared)
• Latching Alarm OFF State (current is below Low-Low alarm and ON state
was declared)
All values are expressed as a percentage of breaker size. All channels use the same
global per-panel values. An entry of 0% will disable the alarm for that channel.
Hysteresis only applies to Non-Latching alarms.
Registers 171-177:
High-High Latching Alarm Threshold
High Alarm Latching Alarm Threshold
Low Alarm Latching Alarm Threshold
Low Low Latching Alarm Threshold
Non-Latching High Threshold
Non-Latching Low Threshold
Hysteresis (0-100% percent of setpoint; non-latching alarms only)
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Bit 0: High High Latching Alarm
Bit 1: High Latching Alarm
Bit 2: Low Latching Alarm
Bit 3: Low Low Latching Alarm
Bit 4: Latching Alarm Off
Bit 5-7: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
Bit 8: High Non-Latching Alarm
Bit 9: Low Non-Latching Alarm
Bit 10-15: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
Line-to-Line Voltage Alarm Timers
These timers control entry into an alarm state. All channels use the same
global per-panel channels. Voltage alarms are global; settings and alarms
are shared between both panels for main boards with four ribbon cable
connections.
Registers 236-237:
Line-to-Line Voltage Alarm Thresholds
Thresholds are expressed as Volts. An entry of 0 disables that alarm for all
channels.
Registers 238-240:
• Overvoltage Alarm Threshold
• Undervoltage Alarm Threshold
• Voltage Alarm Hysteresis (percentage of setpoint)
Line-to-Line Voltage Alarms
Registers 241-243:
Branch Current Alarms
Registers 178-219:
Latching Alarms are cleared by writing a 0 to its alarm bit. A write to a Non-Latching
alarm is ignored.
Bit 0: High High Latching Alarm
Bit 1: High Latching Alarm
Bit 2: Low Latching Alarm
Bit 3: Low Low Latching Alarm
Bit 4: Latching Alarm off state declared
Bit 5-7: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
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Registers 220-223:
• Overvoltage Alarm Timer
• Undervoltage Alarm Timer
Alarm Thresholds
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•
•
•
•
•
AUX Current Alarms
Latching Alarms are cleared by writing a 0 to its alarm bit.
Once the alarm threshold is crossed into an alarm state the corresponding NonLatching status bit is set. The Non-Latching status bit is cleared once the signal
crosses the threshold (plus hysteresis) out of an alarm state.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Latching Alarms are cleared by writing a 0 to its alarm bit.
Bit 0: High Latching Alarm
Bit 1: Low Latching Alarm
Bit 2-7: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
Bit 8: High Non-Latching Alarm
Bit 9: Low Non-Latching Alarm
Bit 10-15: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
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Global Alarm Registers (Per Panel)
Registers 224-227:
These registers provide a means of identifying alarm conditions without polling every
alarm and inspecting all the bits. A Global alarm register bit is set when a Branch
or Auxiliary alarm channel activates. For example, if Bit 2 in Branch alarm status 38
is set, then Bit 2 in the Global latching alarm status will also be set. This allows the
user to read the Global alarms only in the event of an alarm condition, minimizing
network traffic. Global Most-Recent latching alarm channel tells the user the number
of the channel that has had the most recent alarm event. Note: Bits 0 to 4 in Branch
alarm status correspond to Bits 0 to 4 in Global alarm status; higher Bits do not match
directly. An excerpt from the Modbus Point Map appears below; see the full Point
Map for more information.
Register
Description
224
Global Latching Alarm Status;
Bit 0: High High Latching Alarm;
Bit 1: High Latching Alarm;
Bit 2: Low Latching Alarm;
Bit 3: Low Low Latching Alarm;
Bit 4: Latching Alarm OFF state declared (1=OFF; ON state must have
been achieved prior);
Bit 5-7: Reserved for future use (reads 0);
Bit 8: High Voltage Latching Alarm;
Bit 9: Low Voltage Latching Alarm;
Bit 10-15: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
225
Global Non-Latching Alarm Status;
Bit 0: High Non-Latching Alarm;
Bit 1: Low Non-Latching Alarm;
Bit 2-7: Reserved for future use (reads 0);
Bit 8: High Voltage Non-Latching Alarm;
Bit 9: Low Voltage Non-Latching Alarm;
Bit 10-15: Reserved for future use (reads 0)
Alarm Counters
The alarm counters measure the number of times an alarm has been set. On a
multi-master system, these counters indicate whether an alarm went off and
whether it was cleared afterward. It also allows one master to retain these records
even if another master has cleared the alarm. When any of the 46 corresponding
counters increment, the global variants of the latching alarm counters increment
correspondingly.
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LATCHING ALARM EXAMPLES
Example 1
Example 2
Amps
Amps
6
14
12
7
5
HH
H
8
14
HH
H
12
4
2
1.5
0.5
1
2
L
3
LL
1.5
0.5
3
L
4
1
5
Latching
alarm ON time
Latching
alarm ON time
High
alarm delay
Time
Latching
alarm ON time
High-High
alarm delay
1. Current rises above LL (low-low alarm threshold) — this starts the Latching Alarm
ON timer.
2. Current drops below LL before the Latching Alarm ON time period ends, so
alarming is not enabled. The Latching Alarm ON timer is reset.
3. Current rises above LL — this starts the Latching Alarm ON timer.
4. Current remains above the low-low alarm threshold, beyond the time period
specified by the Latching Alarm ON time setting — this enables the Latching
Alarm (all Latching Alarms for the specific channel are armed).
5. Current rises above H (high alarm threshold) — this starts the high alarm delay
timer.
6. Current rises above HH (high-high alarm threshold) — this starts the high-high
alarm delay timer.
7. Current drops below HH before the high-high alarm delay period ends, so the
high-high alarm delay timer is reset.
8. High alarm is latched at the end of the high alarm delay time period.
6
L delay
LL
7
Time
LL delay
Latching Alarm
OFF Time
1. Current rises above LL (low-low alarm threshold) — this starts the Latching Alarm
ON timer.
2. Current remains above the low-low alarm threshold, beyond the time period
specified by the Latching Alarm ON time setting — this enables the Latching
Alarms (all Latching Alarms are armed).
3. Current drops below L (low alarm threshold) — this starts the low alarm delay
timer.
4. Current drops below LL (low-low alarm threshold) — this starts the low-low
alarm delay timer and the Latching Alarm Delay timer.
Note: When the circuit current is continuously below the Low-Low Alarm
Threshold (%) setting for the duration of the Latching Alarm OFF time period
(and longer), the latching alarms for that channel are disarmed. At this point,
the latched alarming feature is disabled (i.e. alarms disarmed), even though
the Low, Low-Low and Latching Alarms are latched.
5. Low alarm is latched at the end of the L delay (low alarm delay) time period.
6. Low-low alarm is latched at the end of the L-L delay (low-low alarm delay) time
period.
7. Current remains below the low-low alarm threshold, beyond the time period
specified in the Latching Alarm OFF time setting, thus setting the Latching Alarm
Off register for that channel
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COMMISSIONING GUIDE
E3x
TM
ASCII TABLE
Char
Dec
Oct
Hex
Char
Dec
Oct
Hex
Char
Dec
Oct
Hex
Char
Dec
Oct
Hex
(nul)
(soh)
(stx)
(etx)
(eot)
(enq)
(ack)
(bel)
(bs)
(ht)
(nl)
(vt)
(np)
(cr)
(so)
(si)
(dle)
(dc1)
(dc2)
(dc3)
(dc4)
(nak)
(syn)
(etb)
(can)
(em)
(sub)
(esc)
(fs)
(gs)
(rs)
(us)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
0026
0027
0030
0031
0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x04
0x05
0x06
0x07
0x08
0x09
0x0a
0x0b
0x0c
0x0d
0x0e
0x0f
0x10
0x11
0x12
0x13
0x14
0x15
0x16
0x17
0x18
0x19
0x1a
0x1b
0x1c
0x1d
0x1e
0x1f
(sp)
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
0045
0046
0047
0050
0051
0052
0053
0054
0055
0056
0057
0060
0061
0062
0063
0064
0065
0066
0067
0070
0071
0072
0073
0074
0075
0076
0077
0x20
0x21
0x22
0x23
0x24
0x25
0x26
0x27
0x28
0x29
0x2a
0x2b
0x2c
0x2d
0x2e
0x2f
0x30
0x31
0x32
0x33
0x34
0x35
0x36
0x37
0x38
0x39
0x3a
0x3b
0x3c
0x3d
0x3e
0x3f
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
0100
0101
0102
0103
0104
0105
0106
0107
0110
0111
0112
0113
0114
0115
0116
0117
0120
0121
0122
0123
0124
0125
0126
0127
0130
0131
0132
0133
0134
0135
0136
0137
0x40
0x41
0x42
0x43
0x44
0x45
0x46
0x47
0x48
0x49
0x4a
0x4b
0x4c
0x4d
0x4e
0x4f
0x50
0x51
0x52
0x53
0x54
0x55
0x56
0x57
0x58
0x59
0x5a
0x5b
0x5c
0x5d
0x5e
0x5f
`
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
(del)
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
0140
0141
0142
0143
0144
0145
0146
0147
0150
0151
0152
0153
0154
0155
0156
0157
0160
0161
0162
0163
0164
0165
0166
0167
0170
0171
0172
0173
0174
0175
0176
0177
0x60
0x61
0x62
0x63
0x64
0x65
0x66
0x67
0x68
0x69
0x6a
0x6b
0x6c
0x6d
0x6e
0x6f
0x70
0x71
0x72
0x73
0x74
0x75
0x76
0x77
0x78
0x79
0x7a
0x7b
0x7c
0x7d
0x7e
0x7f
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