Campbell SDM-CD16AC Specifications

Campbell SDM-CD16AC Specifications
SDM-CD16AC 16 Channel
AC/DC Controller
Revision: 12/08
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SDM-CD16AC Table of Contents
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1. Function........................................................................1
2. Control Specifications.................................................2
3. Power Considerations.................................................2
4. Installation....................................................................3
4.1 Wiring.......................................................................................................4
4.1.1 SDM-CD16AC Power and Control Connections ...........................4
4.1.2 Controlled Device to SDM-CD16AC Connections ........................5
4.1.3 Motor Control .................................................................................6
5. Address Selection Switches.......................................7
6. Datalogger Programming............................................8
6.1 CRBasic Programming .............................................................................8
6.1.1 SDMCD16AC Instruction ..............................................................8
6.1.2 SDMSpeed Instruction....................................................................9
6.2 Edlog Programming................................................................................11
7. Theory of Operation ..................................................11
8. Program Examples ....................................................12
8.1 CRBasic Example ...................................................................................12
8.1.1 Controlling Two SDM-CD16ACs ................................................12
8.1.2 Control Temperature and Fans......................................................12
8.2 Edlog Example .......................................................................................15
Figures
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SDM-CD16AC Face Panel.........................................................................1
Connection Block Diagrams.......................................................................3
Switch Operation ........................................................................................5
Typical Wiring Application........................................................................6
SDM-CD16AC Relay Outputs to MCC .....................................................7
Addressing ..................................................................................................8
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Tables
1. Datalogger to SDM-CD16AC Connections............................................... 4
2. Base 10 to Base 4 Reference Chart............................................................ 9
3. Bit Period Values ..................................................................................... 10
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FIGURE 1. SDM-CD16AC Face Panel
1. Function
The SDM-CD16AC has 16 AC/DC relay control ports (see Figure 1). Each relay
port can be controlled by a datalogger or controlled manually with a manual
override toggle switch.
The toggle switch has three positions; "ON" and "OFF" for manual override,
and "AUTO" for datalogger control. In the "ON" position, the common
(COM) and normally open (NO) contacts are closed (see Figure 3). In the
"AUTO" position, the state of the relays are controlled by the datalogger
control ports.
The SDM-CD16AC is a synchronously addressed datalogger peripheral.
Three ports on the datalogger are used to address the SDM-CD16AC, then
clock out the desired state of each of the 16 control ports. Up to 16 SDMCD16ACs may be addressed, making it possible to control a maximum of 256
ports from the three datalogger ports.
In CRBasic, the SDMCD16AC instruction is used to control the SDMCD16AC. In Edlog, either I/O Instruction 104 (CR10(X), CR23X, 21X) or
Instruction 29 (CR7) is used.
NOTE
Ensure that the datalogger contains the appropriate instruction
prior to system deployment. The SDM-CD16AC is not
compatible with our CR200-series, CR500, or CR510
dataloggers.
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SDM-CD16AC 16 Channel AC/DC Controller
2. Control Specifications
Operating voltage: 12 VDC nominal (9 to 18).
Current drain at 12 VDC: 6 mA quiescent; 45 mA per active LED (switch on
or auto active).
Total cable length: cable lengths should be kept as short as possible; 20 ft (for
many applications); lengths longer than 20 ft may be possible for CRBasic
dataloggers if the SDMSpeed instruction is used; 600 ft (possible for CR7)
Toggle switch: ON/OFF manual override; AUTO for datalogger control.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian Underwriters Laboratories
(CUL) listed product. UL and CUL listing number is 5Z21.
RELAY SPECIFICATIONS
Arrangement: Single pole double throw, Break before make
Contact material: Gold-clad silver
Individual contact rating: 5 A at 30 VDC, .3 A at 110 VDC, 5 A 1/10 HP at
125 VAC, 5 A 1/6 HP at 277 VAC
Coil voltage: 9 to 18 VDC
Coil resistance: 360 Ohms•±10%
Expected life (contact closures): Mechanical 107
Actuation/Release time: Approx. 4 ms
Operating temp.: -40° to 70°C
3. Power Considerations
The SDM-CD16AC power requirements are large compared to most CSI
products. For most applications an external power supply (see Figure 2) is
recommended to power the SDM-CD16AC.
For some applications it may be convenient to use the datalogger supply to
power the SDM-CD16AC (see Figure 2). For long-term applications, the lead
acid power supply available with CSI dataloggers should be used, allowing the
batteries to be float charged. It is not recommended that the datalogger
alkaline supply be used to power the SDM-CD16AC for long term
applications.
If the datalogger lead acid supply is used, the number of SDM-CD16AC's that
can be powered is limited by the 300 mA current sourcing capability of the
wall charger. With a continuous 6 mA current drain per SDM-CD16AC and
45 mA per active LED, a maximum of 6 LEDs may be powered by the
datalogger, after which, more current is drawn than can be sourced by the wall
charger. If this condition is maintained, it will ultimately lead to battery deep
discharge, requiring new batteries.
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EXTERNAL
9 TO 18 VDC
+
SDM-CD16AC
—
GND
12 V
C1 or SDM-C1
C2 or SDM-C2
C3 or SDM-C3
DATALOGGER
Connection With External Supply
SDM-CD16AC
GND
12 V
C1 or SDM-C1
C2 or SDM-C2
C3 or SDM-C3
DATALOGGER
Connection with Datalogger Supply
FIGURE 2. Connection Block Diagrams
If the 21X power supply is used to power the SDM-CD16AC, all low level
analog measurements (thermocouples, pyranometers, thermopiles, etc.) must
be made differentially. This is a result of slight ground potentials created
along the 21X analog terminal strip when the 12 V supply is used to power
peripherals. This limitation reduces the number of available analog input
channels and may mandate an external supply for the SDM-CD16AC.
4. Installation
•
The SDM-CD16AC must be installed in an enclosure that provides a
pollution degree 2 environment (normally, only nonconductive pollution.
However, a temporary conductivity caused by condensation may be
expected). All Campbell Scientific enclosures meet this requirement.
•
Use copper conductors only.
•
Wire Range: 30 − 14 AWG
•
Tightening Torque: 5 − 7 in./lb.
•
Use minimum 60/75 degree C wire.
•
Input power must be connected to a class 2 supply only. All Campbell
Scientific power supplies meet the class 2 supply requirements.
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CAUTION
Cables connecting the terminals of the datalogger and
SDM device should be kept as short as possible to
minimize the risk of corruption of the signals and damage
from induced surges. Where long cable runs (>3 m) are
unavoidable and the cables run outside, some extra
protection may be required for the SDM control terminals.
Please contact Campbell Scientific for further advice.
When connecting wires to the SDM signal terminals please
ensure they are at ground potential before making the
connection, e.g. by touching them to the earth terminal.
For datalogger connections, see Table 1.
Multiple SDM-CD16AC's may be wired in parallel by connecting the
datalogger side of one SDM-CD16AC to the next. The CABLE5CBL-L or an
equivalent cable is used to connect the module to the datalogger. A 1-ft cable
length should be sufficient when both datalogger and SDM-CD16AC are
housed within an ENC12/14; a 2-ft length may be required if the datalogger
and SDM-CD16AC are housed at opposite ends of an EN16/18 enclosure.
CRBasic dataloggers should use the SDMSpeed instruction if the cable length
is longer than 20 feet. The maximum recommended cable length for the CR7
is 600 feet. For other Edlog dataloggers, the maximum recommended cable
length is 20 feet.
NOTE
SDM cables in noisy environments need to be suitably shielded.
4.1 Wiring
4.1.1 SDM-CD16AC Power and Control Connections
Refer to Figure 2 and Table 1 for SDM-CD16AC operating power and control
connections to the datalogger.
TABLE 1. Datalogger to SDM-CD16AC Connections
(see caution)
Connection
Order
First
Second
SDM-CD16AC
12 V
Gnd
C1
C2
C3
4
Datalogger (see note)
12 V on datalogger or
external supply
Gnd
SDM-C1 (CR3000,
CR5000) or C1 (other
dataloggers)
SDM-C2 (CR3000,
CR5000) or C2 (other
dataloggers)
SDM-C3 (CR3000,
CR5000) or C3 (other
dataloggers)
Function
Power
Common ground
Data
Clock
Enable
SDM-CD16AC 16 Channel AC/DC Controller
CAUTION
The order in which connections are made is critical.
Always connect 12 V first, followed by ground, then Control
Ports.
NOTE
On a CR7, SDMs connect to the ports at the upper right corner
of the 700X Control Module. On a CR9000X, SDMs connect to
the ports on the CR9032 CPU Module, and on a CR9000, SDMs
connect to the ports on the CR9080 PAM Module.
4.1.2 Controlled Device to SDM-CD16AC Connections
DANGER!
ELECTROCUTION HAZARD! USE EXTREME CAUTION
WHEN WORKING WITH HIGH VOLTAGE INPUTS. DO
NOT COME IN CONTACT WITH HOT LEADS!
Figure 3 shows how the switches in each channel operate. NO means
“normally open”, NC means “normally closed”. COM means “common” to
NO and NC.
Position of Contacts When
Coil is Energized (ON)
Position of Contacts When
Coil Is Not Energized (OFF)
FIGURE 3. Switch Operation
In most applications, the SDM-CD16AC acts as a switch (controllable break)
in one wire of the circuit powering the controlled device. One side of this
break may have power (hot). Figure 4 shows an example.
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Device
NO
NC
COM
Neutral (-)
Hot (+)
FIGURE 4. Typical Wiring Application
4.1.3 Motor Control
The SDM-CD16AC is a UL approved Start/Stop motor controller. In the
figure below, a typical 5 Amp 115 VAC relay contact circuit shows how to
control a three phase motor starter in a Motor Control Center (MCC).
Typically, the datalogger will automatically command the appropriate relay to
energize the motor starter. The relay in the SDM-CD16AC will remain latched
until the datalogger program commands that the motor be turned off, at which
time the relay will open the circuit to the motor starter and the motor will stop.
The SDM-CD16AC can be used to control three phase pump motors, air
blowers, and large control valves in the same fashion.
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SDM-CD16AC 16 Channel AC/DC Controller
Datalogger
PS100
POWER
SUPPLY
FIGURE 5. SDM-CD16AC Relay Outputs to MCC
5. Address Selection Switches
Each SDM-CD16AC can have 1 of 16 addresses. Shipped from the factory,
the address is set at 00. The following table shows switch position and the
corresponding address (see Figure 6).
Switch A
0
1
2
3
0
00
01
02
03
1
10
11
12
13
2
20
21
22
23
32
33
Switch B
3
30
31
Base 4 Address Matrix
(00, 01, 02 . . . 32, 33)
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2
A
1
0
B
2
3
1
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3
0
FIGURE 6. Addressing
6. Datalogger Programming
In CRBasic, the SDMCD16AC instruction is used to control the SDMCD16AC. Dataloggers that are programmed with CRBasic include our
CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000, and CR5000. The SDMSpeed instruction
should also be used if the cable length is longer than 20 ft.
Edlog Instruction 104 is used by the CR23, 21X, and CR10(X) to control the
SDM-CD16AC, and Edlog Instruction 29 is used by the CR7. SDM-CD16AC
outputs that are to be controlled by the datalogger must have the toggle switch
in the AUTO position.
6.1 CRBasic Programming
6.1.1 SDMCD16AC Instruction
Syntax
SDMCD16AC (Source, Reps, SDMAddress)
Remarks
A port on an SDM-CD16AC is enabled/disabled (turned on or off) by sending
a value to it using the SDMCD16AC instruction. A non-zero value will enable
the port; a zero value disables it. The values to be sent to the CD16AC are held
in the Source array.
The SDMCD16AC instruction has the following parameters:
Source: The Source parameter is an array which holds the values that will be
sent to the SDM-CD16AC to enable/disable its ports. An SDM-CD16AC has
16 ports; therefore, the source array must be dimensioned to 16 times the
number of Repetitions (the number of SDM-CD16AC devices to be
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controlled). As an example, with the array CDCtrl(32), the value held in
CDCtrl(1) will be sent to port 1, the value held in CDCtrl(2) will be sent to
port 2, etc. The value held in CDCtrl(32) would be sent to port 16 on the
second SDM-CD16AC.
If the Source parameter is defined as a Long variable, but it is dimensioned less
than 16X Reps, Source will act as a binary control for the instruction whose
bits 0…15 will specify control ports 1…16, respectively. In this situation,
Source (1) will be used for the first Rep; Source (2) will be used for the second
Rep, and so on.
Reps: The Reps parameter is the number of SDM-CD16AC devices that will
be controlled with this instruction.
SDMAddress: The SDMAddress parameter is used to define the address of
the CD16AC that will be controlled with this instruction. Valid SDM addresses
are 0 through 14. Address 15 is reserved for the SDMTrigger instruction. If the
Reps parameter is greater than 1, the datalogger will increment the SDM
address for each subsequent device that it communicates with.
NOTE
CRBasic dataloggers use base 10 when addressing SDM devices.
Edlog programmed dataloggers (e.g., CR10X, CR23X) used
base 4 for addressing (see Table 2).
TABLE 2. Base 10 to Base 4 Reference Chart
Base 10
Base 4
Base 10
Base 4
0
0
8
20
1
1
9
21
2
2
10
22
3
3
11
23
4
10
12
30
5
11
13
31
6
12
14
32
7
13
15
33 (reserved)
6.1.2 SDMSpeed Instruction
The SDMSpeed instruction is used to change the bit period that the datalogger
uses to clock the SDM data. Slowing down the clock rate may be necessary
when long cable lengths are used to connect the datalogger and SDM devices.
The syntax of this instruction is as follows:
SDMSpeed (BitPeriod)
The BitPeriod argument can be an integer or a variable. If the SDMSpeed
instruction is not in the program, a default bit period is used. If 0 is used for
the argument, the minimum allowable bit period is used. Table 3 shows the
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default, minimum allowable, and maximum bit period for each of our CRBasic
dataloggers.
TABLE 3. Bit Period Values
Datalogger
Default
Bit Period
Minimum Allowable
Bit Period
Maximum
Bit Period
CR800, CR850
26.04 μsec
8.68 μsec
2.2 msec
CR1000
26.04 μsec
8.68 μsec
2.2 msec
CR3000
26.04 μsec
8.68 μsec
2.2 msec
CR5000
30 μsec
8 μsec
3 msec
The equation used to calculate the bit rate depends on the datalogger used.
The datalogger will round down to the next faster bit rate.
Equation for CR800, CR850, and CR1000:
bit_rate=INT((k*72)/625)*Resolution
Where:
k= the value entered in BitPeriod
Resolution=8.68 microseconds
Equation for CR3000:
bit_rate=INT((k*144)/625)*Resolution
Where:
k= the value entered in BitPeriod
Resolution= 4.34 μsec.
Equation for CR5000:
bit_rate=INT(k*20)*Resolution
Where:
k= the value entered in BitPeriod
Resolution=50 nsec.
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6.2 Edlog Programming
Instruction 104⎯SDM-CD16AC use with CR23X, CR10(X), and 21X
Param.
1
2
3
Type
2
2
4
Description
Reps (# of modules sequentially addressed)
Starting Address (base 4: 00..33)
Starting Input Location
Execution Time = 2 ms per Rep for the CR10X, 3.5 ms per Rep for the 21X
Instruction 29 - SDM-CD16AC use with CR7
Param
1
2
3
4
5
Type
2
2
2
2
4
Description
Reps (# of modules sequentially addressed)
Device (2 = SDM-CD16AC)
Starting Address (base 4: 00..33)
Card (Excitation card #)
Starting Input Location
Execution Time = 150 to 190 ms per Rep
The number of SDM-CD16ACs to be addressed is defined by the Reps
(repetitions) parameter. Each Rep will sequentially address (00, 01, 02,...32,
33) SDM-CD16ACs starting with the address specified in parameter 2
(Instruction 29 parameter 3).
For each Rep, the 16 ports of the addressed SDM-CD16AC are set according
to 16 sequential Input Locations starting at the Input Location specified in
parameter 3 (Instruction 29 parameter 5). Any non-zero value stored in an
input location activates the associated SDM-CD16AC port. A value of zero
(0) deactivates the port For example, assuming 2 Reps and a starting Input
Location of 33, OUTPUT 1 through 16 of the first SDM-CD16AC are set
according to Input Locations 33 through 48, and OUTPUT 1 through 16 of the
second SDM-CD16AC are set according to Input Locations 49 through 64.
For Instruction 29, the Device (parameter 2) specifies what type of
synchronously addressed peripheral is to be addressed. The Device code for
an SDM-CD16AC is 2.
For Instruction 29 only (CR7), the Card parameter 4 specifies which 725
Excitation Card is being used for the Control Port signals. The Reps parameter
does not advance beyond the specified Card, requiring another Instruction 29
for each 725 Excitation Card used.
7. Theory of Operation
The SDM-CD16AC is a synchronously addressed peripheral. C2 and C3,
driven high by the datalogger, initiate a cycle. While holding C3 high, the
datalogger drives C2 as a clock line and C1 as a serial data line. The
datalogger shifts out a data bit on C1 (LSB first) on the falling edge of the C2
clock. The SDM-CD16AC shifts in the C1 data bit on the rising edge of the
C2 clock.
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The first 8 bits clocked out represent the SDM-CD16AC address. If the
address matches the SDM-CD16AC's address, the SDM-CD16AC is enabled.
If enabled, the next 16 bits are shifted into the SDM-CD16AC, each bit
controlling one port, the first of which controls OUTPUT1.
When the 16 control bits are clocked in, C2 is held high while C3 is pulsed low
then high to latch the control bits. The datalogger then lowers both C3 and C2
to complete the cycle.
8. Program Examples
8.1 CRBasic Example
8.1.1 Controlling Two SDM-CD16ACs
In the following CR1000 program example, a counter is used to fill an array
called Src( ) that will control two SDM-CD16ACs.
'Dimension Variables
Public src(32)
Dim i, count, mask(16)
'Program
BeginProg
for i=1 to 16
mask(i) = 2^(i-1)
next i
Scan(20,msec,2,0)
count = count + 1
for i=1 to 32
src(i) = count AND mask(((i-1) MOD 16) +1)
next i
SDMCD16AC(src(),2,1)
NextScan
EndProg
8.1.2 Control Temperature and Fans
In this example, the SDM-CD16AC is used to control the temperature between
23° and 28°C in each of 5 greenhouses. In each greenhouse the SDMCD16AC controls a heating unit, a refrigerating unit, and an air-mixing fan
according to the following conditions.
Heating unit: Activate when temperature < 23.5°C. Deactivate when
temperature > 25.5°C
Cooling unit: Activate when temperature > 27.5°C. Deactivate when
temperature < 24.5°C
Mixing fan: Activate whenever the heating or cooling units are activated.
Activate for 5 minutes out of every 15 minutes.
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The program assumes the temperature measurements have been made, and the
average temperature for each greenhouse is computed and residing in the
appropriate variable
Input Location assignments are as follows:
Variable Array
Description
Temp(5)
Avg temp, greenhouse 1..5
Heat(5)
Heater control, greenhouse 1..5 SDM-CD16AC
Port 1..5
Cool(5)
Cooler control, greenhouse 1..5 SDM-CD16AC
Port 6..10
Fan(5)
Fan control, greenhouse 1..5 SDM-CD16AC
Port 11..15
CD16_Output(16)
EXAMPLE 1: the actual values used to control
the SDM-CD16: CD16_Output(I), I = 1 to 5 are
for Heat, I = 6 to 10 are for Cooling, I= 11 to 15
are for Fans
CD16_Output as Long
EXAMPLE 2: the actual value used to control
SDMCD the CD16_Output bits set the SDMCD16AC ports. bits 0 to 4 are for ‘Heat, 5 to 9 are
for Cooling, 10 to 14 are for Fans
The Example 1 program uses an array of values to set the SDM-CD16AC
control outputs:
Program name: SDMCD16Example1.CR1
'Date written: 6/25/2007
'\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ DECLARATIONS /////////////////////////
Public Flag(8) as boolean
Public I
Public Temp(5)
Public Heat(5)
Public Cool(5)
Public Fan(5)
'Note CD16_Output(I), I = 1 to 5 are for Heat, I = 6 to 10 are for ‘Cooling, I= 11 to 15 are for Fans
Dim CD16_Output(16)
'\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ PROGRAM ////////////////////////////
BeginProg
Scan(5,Sec, 3, 0)
For I = 1 to 5
If (Temp(I) < 23.5) Then
Heat(I) = 1
ElseIf (Temp(I) >= 25.5) Then
Heat(I) = 0
EndIf
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If (Temp(I) >= 27.5) Then
Cool(I) = 1
ElseIf (Temp(I) < 24.5) Then
Cool(I) = 0
EndIf
If (Heat(I) <> 0) OR (Cool(I) <> 0) Then
Fan(I) = 1
Else
Fan(I) = 0
EndIf
Next I
If TimeInToInterval(10,15,Min) Then Flag(2) = True
If TimeInToInterval(0,15,Min) Then Flag(2) = False
If Flag(2) = True then
For I = 1 to 5
Fan(I) = 1
Next I
EndIf
For I = 1 to 5
CD16_Output(I) = Heat(I)
CD16_Output(I+5) = Cool(I)
CD16_Output(I+10) = Fan(I)
Next I
SDMCD16AC(CD16_Output(), 1, 0)
NextScan
EndProg
The Example 2 program uses an integer instead of an array to set the SDMCD16AC control outputs:
'Program name: SDMCD16Example2.CR1
'Date written: 6/25/2007
'\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ DECLARATIONS /////////////////////////
Public Temp(5)
Public TimedFanOn as Boolean
Dim I as Long
Dim CD16_Output as Long
'Note: CD16_Output bits set the SDM-CD16AC ports. bits 0 to 4 are for ‘Heat,
‘5 to 9 are for Cooling, 10 to 14 are for Fans
'\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ PROGRAM ////////////////////////////
BeginProg
Scan(5,Sec, 3, 0)
For I = 1 to 5
If (Temp(I) < 23.5) Then
'Set appropriate Heater Bit High:
CD16_Output = CD16_Output OR 2^(I-1)
ElseIf (Temp(I) >= 25.5) Then
'Set appropriate Heater Bit Low:
CD16_Output = CD16_Output AND (&H7FFF - 2^(I-1))
EndIf
If (Temp(I) >= 27.5) Then
'Set appropriate Cooler Bit High:
CD16_Output = CD16_Output OR 2^(I+4)
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ElseIf (Temp(I) < 24.5) Then
'Set appropriate Cooler Bit Low:
CD16_Output = CD16_Output AND (&H7FFF - 2^(I+4))
EndIf
Next I
CD16_Output = (CD16_Output AND &H3FF) 'Set all Fan Bits Low
'Turn on Fan Bits for active Heaters or Coolers:
CD16_Output = CD16_Output OR (((CD16_Output*2^5) OR (CD16_Output*2^10)) AND &H7C00)
If TimeInToInterval(10,15,Min) Then TimedFanON = True
If TimeInToInterval(0,15,Min) Then TimedFanON = False
If TimedFanON = True Then
CD16_Output = CD16_Output OR &H7C00
SDMCD16AC(CD16_Output(), 1, 0)
NextScan
EndProg
8.2 Edlog Example
The example is written for the CR10(X) Measurement and Control Module.
The program concepts presented are the same for the CR23X, 21X, and CR7
dataloggers with minor program code changes.
In this example, the SDM-CD16AC is used to control the temperature between
23° and 28°C in each of 5 greenhouses. In each green house the SDMCD16AC controls a heating unit, a refrigerating unit, and an air mixing fan
according to the following conditions.
Heating unit: Activate when temperature < 23.5°C. Deactivate when
temperature > 25.5°C
Cooling unit: Activate when temperature > 27.5°C. Deactivate when
temperature < 24.5°C
Mixing fan: Activate whenever the heating or cooling units are activated.
Activate for 5 minutes out of every 15 minutes.
The program assumes the temperature measurements have been made, and the
average temperature for each greenhouse is computed and residing in Input
Locations 1 through 5.
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Input Location assignments are as follows:
Input
Location
Location
Label
Description
1..5
Temp #1..#5
Avg temp, greenhouse 1..5
10..14
Heat #1..#5
Heater control, greenhouse 1..5 SDM-CD16AC
Port 1..5
15..19
Cool #1..#5
Cooler control, greenhouse 1..5 SDM-CD16AC
Port 6..10
20..24
Fan #1..#5
Fan control, greenhouse 1..5 SDM-CD16AC
Port 11..15
1: Beginning of Loop (P87)
1: 0
Delay
2: 5
Loop Count
Master Loop, End
Loop at Step 30
START HEATER CONTROL LOGIC
2: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 1-2: 4
3: 23.5
4: 30
X Loc
<
F
Then Do
3: Z=F (P30)
1: 1
2: 0
3: 10--
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
4: End (P95)
16
Then
Put a "1" into Heater
Control Location
End Then Do/End
5: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 10-2: 2
3: 0
4: 30
X Loc
<>
F
Then Do
6: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 1-2: 3
3: 25.5
4: 30
X Loc
>=
F
Then Do
7: Z=F (P30)
1: 0
2: 0
3: 10--
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
8: End (P95)
If "Heater On"
threshold is
exceeded
If Heater
#1 on (Heater Control
Location <> 0)
Then
Temp #1 Check Upper Threshold
to see if heater should
be turned off
If heater should be turned
off, enter a "0" into
heater control location
Else Then Do/End
SDM-CD16AC 16 Channel AC/DC Controller
9: Else (P94)
10: Z=F (P30)
1: 0
2: 0
3: 10--
Else, If the heater is off,
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
11: End (P95)
Enter a "0" into heater
control location
End Then Do/Else/End
END HEATER CONTROL LOGIC
START COOLER CONTROL LOGIC
12: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 1-X Loc
2: 3
>=
3: 27.5
F
4: 30
Then Do
If "Cooler" on
threshold is
exceeded
13: Z=F (P30)
1: 1
2: 0
3: 15--
Put a "1" into cooler
Control Location
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
Then
14: End (P95)
End Then Do/End
15: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 15-X Loc
2: 2
<>
3: 0
F
4: 30
Then Do
If cooler is on
(Cooler control
Location <>0)
16: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 1-X Loc
2: 4
<
3: 24.5
F
4: 30
Then Do
Check lower threshold to
see if cooler should be
turned off
17: Z=F (P30)
1: 0
2: 0
3: 15--
If cooler should be turned
off, put a "0" into cooler
control location
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
Then
18: End (P95)
End Then Do/End
19: Else (P94)
Else if cooler is off
20: Z=F (P30)
1: 0
2: 0
0: 15--
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
Put a "0" into cooler
control location
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21: End (P95)
End Then Do/Else/End
END COOLER CONTROL LOGIC
START FAN CONTROL LOGIC BASED ON HEATER/COOLER
22: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 10-X Loc
2: 2
<>
3: 0
F
4: 11
Set high Flag 1
If heater is on
23: If X<=>F (P89)
1: 15-X Loc
2: 2
<>
3: 0
F
4: 11
Set high Flag 1
If cooler is on
24: If Flag/Port (P91)
1: 11
Do if flag 1 is high
2: 30
Then Do
If flag 1 is set
25: Z=F (P30)
1: 1
2: 0
3: 20--
Put a "1" into fan
control location
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc:
26: Else (P94)
27: Z=F (P30)
1: 0
2: 0
3: 20--
Set flag 1
Then
Else, If flag 1 is reset
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
28: End (P95)
29: Do (P86)
1: 21
Set flag 1
Put a "0" into fan
control location
End Then Do/Else/End
Reset flag 1
Set low Flag 1
30: End Loop (P95)
End Master Loop
END FAN CONTROL LOGIC BASED ON HEATER/COOLER
START FAN CONTROL LOGIC BASED ON TIME
31: If time is (P92)
1: 10
minutes into a
2: 15
minute interval
3: 12
Set high Flag 2
18
If 5 minutes remain
out of 15 minute
interval,
set flag 2
SDM-CD16AC 16 Channel AC/DC Controller
32: If Flag/Port (P91)
1: 12
Do if flag 2 is high
2: 30
Then Do
If flag 2 is set
Then
33: Beginning of Loop (P87)
1: 0
Delay
2: 5
Loop Count
Start fan loop
34: Z=F (P30)
1: 1
2: 0
3: 20--
PUT A "1" INTO FAN
CONTROL LOCATION
F
Exponent of 10
Z Loc :
35: End (P95)
End fan loop
36: End (P95)
End then do
37: If time is (P92)
1: 0
minutes into a
2: 15
minute interval
3: 22
Set low Flag 2
Reset flag 2 at the
end of the 15 minute
END FAN CONTROL LOGIC BASED ON TIME
INPUT LOCATIONS 10 THROUGH 24 ARE NOW LOADED WITH "1" OR "0" TO SET
PORTS ON THE SDM-CD16AC.
38: SDM-CD16AC (P104)
1: 1
Reps
2: 00
Address
3: 10
Loc
Send instructions to the
SDM-CD16AC with address 00
39: End Table 1 (P)
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