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EZ-ZONE RMA (Access) Module
User’s Guide
®
RMA Module
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ISO 9001
Registered Company
1241 Bundy Boulevard., Winona, Minnesota USA 55987
Phone: +1 (507) 454-5300, Fax: +1 (507) 452-4507 http://www.watlow.com
0600-0072-0000 Rev. A
November 2010
Winona, Minnesota USA
Made in the U.S.A.
Safety Information
Unit is compliant with European
Union directives. See Declaration
of Conformity for further details
on Directives and Standards used
for Compliance.
We use note, caution and warning symbols throughout this
book to draw your attention to important operational and safety
information.
A “NOTE” marks a short message to alert you to an important
detail.
Unit has been reviewed and approved by Factory Mutual as a
Temperature Limit Device per FM
Class 3545 standard. See: www.
fmglobal.com
A “CAUTION” safety alert appears with information that is
important for protecting your equipment and performance. Be
especially careful to read and follow all cautions that apply to
your application.
Unit has been reviewed and approved by CSA International for
use as Temperature IndicatingRegulating Equipment per CSA
C22.2 No. 24. See: www.csa-international.org
A “WARNING” safety alert appears with information that is
important for protecting you, others and equipment from damage. Pay very close attention to all warnings that apply to your
application.
(an exclamation point in a triangle)
The safety alert symbol,
precedes a general CAUTION or WARNING statement.
Unit has been reviewed and approved by ODVA for compliance
with DeviceNet communications
protocol. See: www.odva.org
(a lightning bolt in a triangle)
The electrical hazard symbol,
precedes an electric shock hazard CAUTION or WARNING
safety statement. Further explanations follow:
Symbol
Unit has been reviewed and approved by ODVA for compliance
with Ethernet/IP communications
protocol. See: www.odva.org
Explanation
CAUTION – Warning or Hazard
that needs further explanation
than label on unit can provide. Consult User's Guide for further
information.
ESD Sensitive product, use proper
grounding and handling techniques when installing or servicing product.
Unit protected by double/reinforced insulation for shock hazard
prevention.
Do not throw in trash, use proper
recycling techniques or consult
manufacturer for proper disposal.
Enclosure made of Polycarbonate
material. Use proper recycling
techniques or consult manufacturer for proper disposal.
Unit can be powered with either
alternating current (ac) voltage or
direct current (dc) voltage.
Unit is a Listed device per Underwriters Laboratories®. It has
been evaluated to United States
and Canadian requirements for
Process Control Equipment. UL
61010 and CSA C22.2 No. 61010. File E185611 QUYX, QUYX7. See: www.ul.com
Unit is a Listed device per Underwriters Laboratories®. It has
been evaluated to United States
and Canadian requirements for
Hazardous Locations Class 1
Division II Groups A, B, C and
D. ANSI/ISA 12.12.01-2007. File
E184390 QUZW, QUZW7. See:
www.ul.com
Warranty
The EZ-ZONE® RMA (Access) module is manufactured by ISO
9001-registered processes and is backed by a three-year warranty to
the first purchaser for use, providing that the units have not been
misapplied. Since Watlow has no control over their use, and sometimes misuse, we cannot guarantee against failure. Watlows' obligations hereunder, at Watlows' option, are limited to replacement,
repair or refund of purchase price, and parts which upon examination prove to be defective within the warranty period specified. This
warranty does not apply to damage resulting from transportation,
alteration, misuse or abuse. The purchaser must use Watlow parts
to maintain all listed ratings.
Technical Assistance
If you encounter a problem with your Watlow controller, review
your configuration information to verify that your selections are
consistent with your application: inputs, outputs, alarms, limits, etc.
If the problem persists, you can get technical assistance from your
local Watlow representative (see back cover), by e-mailing your questions to wintechsupport@watlow.com or by dialing +1 (507) 494-5656
between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Central Standard Time (CST). Ask for
for an Applications Engineer. Please have the following information
available when calling:
• Complete model number
• All configuration information
• User’s Guide
• Factory Page
Return Material Authorization (RMA)
1. Call Watlow Customer Service, (507) 454-5300, for a Return
Material Authorization (RMA) number before returning any
item for repair. If you do not know why the product failed, contact an Application Engineer or Product Manager. All RMA’s
require:
• Ship-to address
• Bill-to address
• Contact name
• Phone number
• Method of return shipment
• Your P.O. number
• Detailed description of the problem
• Any special instructions
• Name and phone number of person returning the product.
2. Prior approval and an RMA number from the Customer Service
Department is required when returning any product for credit,
repair or evaluation. Make sure the RMA number is on the
outside of the carton and on all paperwork returned. Ship on a
Freight Prepaid basis.
3. After we receive your return, we will examine it and try to
verify the reason for returning it.
4. In cases of manufacturing defect, we will enter a repair order,
replacement order or issue credit for material returned. In cases
of customer mis-use, we will provide repair costs and request a
purchase order to proceed with the repair work.
5. To return products that are not defective, goods must be in new
condition, in the original boxes and they must be returned within 120 days of receipt. A 20 percent restocking charge is applied
for all returned stock controls and accessories.
6. If the unit cannot be repaired, you will receive a letter of explanation. and be given the option to have the unit returned to you
at your expense or to have us scrap the unit.
7. Watlow reserves the right to charge for no trouble found (NTF)
returns.
This EZ-ZONE RMA User’s Guide is copyrighted by
Watlow Winona, Inc., © November 2010 with all rights
reserved.
EZ-ZONE RM is covered by U.S. Patent No. 6,005,577
and Patents Pending
TC Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
A Conceptual View of the RM System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Chapter 2: Install and Wire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Power Supplies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
RMA Installation and Removal on a DIN Rail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Conventions Used in the Menu Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Chapter 3: Operations Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Data Logging Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Backup Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Backup Status Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Chapter 4: Setup Pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Global Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Communications Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Local Remote Gateway Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Real Time Clock Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Profile Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Data Logging Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Log Point Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Backup Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Variable Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Chapter 5: Factory Pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Access Module Factory Page Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Security Setting Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Security Setting Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Diagnostics Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Chapter 6: RMA Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Saving And Restoring User Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Software Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Function Block Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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TC
Table of Contents
(cont.)
Chapter 7: RMA Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
EZ-ZONE RMA & Communications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Modbus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Introduction to the Modbus Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
User Programmable Memory Blocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Using Modbus RTU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Using Modbus TCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Common Industrial Protocol (CIP). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Introduction to CIP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
CIP Implicit Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Compact Implicit Assembly Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Modifying Implicit Assembly Members. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Using EtherNet/IP™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Using DeviceNet™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Profibus DP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Introduction to Profibus DP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Chapter 8: Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Modbus - User Programmable Memory Blocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
CIP Implicit Assembly Structure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Compact Class Assembly Structure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
RMA Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
How to Reach Us. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
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Chapter 1: Overview
The EZ-ZONE ® Rail Mount Access module (RMA)
takes the pain out of adding field bus protocols, data
logging and more to your RM system architecture.
It just got a whole lot easier to solve the thermal
requirements of your system. The RMA module is
provided in a space-saving, rail-mount package and
is highly scalable where you only pay for what you
need. For those applications that require the ability
to configure/monitor the control over a network this
module will meet the need. Communications protocols available as options with this module include
EtherNet/IP™, DeviceNet™, Modbus® RTU/TCP and
Profibus DP. Using your browser with an open connection to the internet, click on the link below and
browse Watlow's web site to find other complimentary RM products and associated documentation.
http://www.watlow.com/index.cfm
Memory for Saving and Restoring User-Defined Parameter Default Settings
• Allows customers to save and restore their own
defined defaults for machine parameter settings
• Reduces service calls and downtime due to inadvertent end user parameter adjustments
System Integration is Made EZ with Unmatched Flexibility
• Comes with a wide range of communication options such as Ethernet which makes connecting to
PLC’s and touchpanel products a snap
• Provides plug and play capabilities with basic Remote User Interface (RUI’s), see EZK accessory
listings
• Free standard bus communications port and free
PC software (EZ-ZONE Configurator)
Modules Allow for Greater Design Flexibility
Standard Features and Benefits
Communication Capabilities
• Provides a wide range of protocol choices including
Modbus® RTU, EtherNet/IP™, Modbus® TCP, DeviceNet™ and Profibus DP
• Serves as a configuration station
• Provides communication capabilities between the
other modules and the PC or PLC
• Stores corresponding module parameter settings
for easy auto-configuration of other additional
modules or replacement modules
• Serves as a configuration station, which programs
initial module setup or automatic programming of
modules if swapping out after initial installation
• Provides a USB port for uploading and downloading configuration or datalog files directly to a PC
• Saves time and increases reliability of parameter
setting
On-board data logging memory
• Ensures vital data is retained
• Downloads data files from the controller whenneeded eliminating the need for a separate chart
recorder
• The RM System allows for 17 total modules including an Access module)
• Saves money because you do not pay for any more
than you need and don’t settle for any less functionality than you need
Split-Rail Control (SRC)
• Allows modules to be mounted together or mounted remotely from one another
• Shares control operation via Synergistic Module
Control (SMC) capability
• Allows individual modules to be mounted closer
to the physical input and output devices to which
they are wired
• Improves system reliability and lowers wiring
costs
Agency Certifications: UL ® listed, CE, RoHS,
W.E.E.E. SEMI F47-0200, Class 1 Div. 2 Rating
on Selected Models
• Assures prompt product acceptance
• Reduces panel builder's documentation and agency
costs
Removable Connectors
Off-the-Shelf Designed System Solution
• Improves system reliability with a factory integrated solution that minimizes inter-module connections and potential problems at screw termination points.
• Reduces installation cost
• Eliminates compatibility headaches often encountered with using many different components and
brands
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• Assures reliable wiring and reduces service calls
• Simplifies installation
• Provides a terminal option for accepting ring lug
connection
Three-Year Warranty
• Demonstrates Watlow’s reliability and product
support
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RM
Control
Slot C
RM
Expansion
Slot C
RM
Access
Slot E
The flexibility of the RM’s software and hardware allows a large range of configurations. Acquiring a better understanding of the controllers overall functionality and capabilities while at the same time planning out how the controller can be used will deliver
maximum effectiveness in your application.
The RM system at a high level can have a total
of 17 modules installed, only one of which can be an
RMA module and the others (16 maximum) can be
any combination of available RM modules. Each installed RM module must have a unique Standard
Bus address (factory default is 1) ranging from 1-9,
A-F, H (10 -16). The Access module will be delivered
with a default Standard Bus address of 17 (J). If not
using the default zone address the user will need to
define each zone address via the button on the face of
each module.
The RMA can be considered an accessory RM
module in that by itself it has no PID control loops.
However, used in conjunction with an RM Controller (RMC) or RM High Density (RMH) module the
RME provides increased I/O capabilities. Outputs of
the RME can be used to drive output loads of various
kinds. For instance, an RME module could be placed
in a remote location (up to 200 feet away) from a PID
controller such as an RMC or RMH to drive a heater.
Some of the user selectable ordering options are
listed below:
1. Class 2 or SELV (Saftey Extra Low Voltage) equivalent Power Supplies:
• 90-264 Vac to 24Vdc @ 31 watts
• 90-264 Vac to 24Vdc @ 60 watts
• 90-264 Vac to 24Vdc @ 91 watts
1. EtherNet/IP and or Modbus TCP
2. DeviceNet
3. Modbus RTU
4. Profibus DP
Slot C
PLC
Power
Supply
RM System Connected to a Split Rail with an
Operator Interface Terminal (OIT)
In this configuration both the Inter-module Bus
(backplane communications) and Standard Bus are
connected between rails to allow for remote capabilities. It is recommended that the split rail connection
not exceed 200 feet. In this configuration the OIT
can communicate with all modules (maximum 16
modules any combination with one Access module).
2. The RMA Module can provide:
• Multiple field bus protocols
• Data logging capabilities (up to 200 data points)
• Real Time Clock with Battery Backup
• Automatically (upon power restoration) re-enable a profile to run after a power loss
• Auto-Configuration Backup
RM
Control
RM
Control
RM
Expansion
Slot C
Slot C
RM
Expansion
RM
Expansion
Slot C
Slot C
Slot E
A Conceptual View of the RM System
RM
Access
Slot C
Power
Supply
OIT
Note:
Slot C
Zones can communicate with one another over the
backplane (local and split rail). Once the system is
configured and running changing zone addresses
without careful deliberation may cause disruption in
operation.
A Conceptual View of RM Hardware Configurations
Due to the scalability and flexibility in the system
components a user has several options available in
the way that the hardware can be connected. Listed
below are a few examples.
RM System Connected to a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) on a DIN Rail
In this configuration the PLC can be connected to
the RM system via the Access module using one or
more available protocols:
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Module Orientation
The picture below reflects a front view of an RMA module. Like all RM modules, there are four slots that
appear on the face (slot A, B, D, and E) of the module and one on the bottom (slot C) not shown. For this
particular module only slots D and E can be used. On the face of the module there is a button (orange circle)
under the Zone address [J] that when pushed and held has the following function:
1.Push and hold for ~ 2 seconds to change the Zone address. Valid addresses range from 1 -17 ([1] - [9], [a] is
10, [b] is 11, [C] is 12, [d] is 13, [e] is 14, [f] is 15, and [h] is 16). The Access module is shipped (default factory address) at address [j] or 17
SD Card
Module Status (Slot A, B, D,
or E not used on this module)
USB, Mini Type B
connector
Backplane Protocol (For this
module always set to Standard Bus -red)
Output indicators (1 to 16)
not used on this module.
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Input
Function
PLC, PC or OIT
EZ-ZONE RM-Access Module - System Diagram
EIA - 232/485 or Ethernet
Fieldbus Protocol
Output
Function
Protocol of Choice
- EtherNet/IP
- DeviceNet
- Modbus RTU
- Modbus TCP
- Profibus DP
Slot E
(optional)
Profile Ramp & Soak
Battery Backup &
Real Time Clock
(optional)
Storage Device
(Configuration,
Memory and Data
Logging)
Micro SD
Memory Socket
Auto Configuration,
Backup, USB Port
and Data Logging
PC
Mini Type B USB Port v1.1
(as device only)
Slot D
(optional)
RUI, PC
Indicates Zone
Address
EIA - 485 Communications
Standard Bus
Standard Bus
Zone 1 - 17
Zone Selection
Supervisory &
Power Board
Other RM Modules
Power Supply
Button
Push to select Zone
Address
Inter-module Bus
20.4 to 30.8 Vac or Vdc
Slot C
S
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Indicates Standard Bus
communications activity
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Chapter 2: Install and Wire
Dimensions
As can be seen below the dimensions of the RM system will change slightly based on the type of connector
used.
Module Removal Clearance
Standard Connectors
147.07 mm
( 5.8 in )
75.08 mm
( 3.0 in )
44.45 mm
( 1.75 in )
101.60 mm
( 4.00 in )
116.08 mm
( 4.57 in )
150
51.56 mm
( 2.03 in )
Latch in open position
165 mm
( 6.50 in )
Module Removal Displacement
Module Removal Clearance
Straight Connectors
155 mm
( 6.10 in )
75.08 mm
( 3.0 in )
44.45 mm
( 1.75 in )
116.08 mm
( 4.57 in )
101.60 mm
( 4.00 in )
51.56 mm
( 2.03 in )
15°
173.90 mm
( 6.85 in )
Module Removal Displacement
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Dimensions
Chassis Mount Front View (Module Removed) - Screw Connection Pattern
58.67 mm
(2.31 in)
17.53 mm
(.69 in)
51.56 mm
(2.03 in)
32.77 mm
(1.29 in)
60.45 mm
(2.38 in)
35.81 mm
(1.41 in)
35.05 mm
(1.38 in)
16.76 mm
(.66 in)
The view above is representative of the modular backplane without the module.
Recommended chassis mount hardware:
1. #8 screw, 3/4" long
2. Torque to 10 -15 in-lb
3. No washers of any kind
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Power Supplies
DSP60
DSP30
55.6 mm
2.189 in
++ - -
L
DC OK
DSP60
N
L
N
5
6
6
14.20 mm
0.559 in
14.20 mm
0.559 in
5
Power Supply Specifications
DSP100
DSP 30
56.8 mm
2.236 in
89.9 mm
3.539 in
49.00 mm
1.929 in
12 3 4
vout ADJ.
32.10 mm
1.264 in
DC LO
L
5
N
6
14.20 mm
0.559 in
5
43.1 mm
1.697 in
DSP100
91.00 mm
3.583 in
DC OK
9.75 mm
0.384 in
91.00 mm
3.583 in
++ - -
32.10 mm
1.264 in
DC LO
91.00 mm
3.583 in
9.75 mm
0.384 in
DSP30
1.697 in
DC OK
vout ADJ.
91.00 mm
3.583 in
91.00 mm
3.583 in
DC LO
43.1 mm
91.00 mm
3.583 in
++ - -
49.00 mm
1.929 in
12 3 4
32.10 mm
1.264 in
43.1 mm
1.697 in
49.00 mm
1.929 in
1 2 3 4
55.6 mm
2.189 in
71.00 mm
2.795 in
9.75 mm
0.384 in
53.00 mm
2.087 in
DSP60
DSP100
AC Input Voltage Range
VAC
90 - 264VAC, Class II double insulated (No ground connection
required)
Input Frequency
Hz
47 - 63Hz
DC Input Voltage range
VDC
120 - 370VDC
Inrush Current (115 /
230VAC)
A
Output Voltage Accuracy
%
±1% of Nominal
Over voltage
Protection
V
120 - 145%
LED Indicators
----
Green LED = On, Red LED = DC
Output Low
Operating
Temperature
----
-25 to +71°C (Derate linearly
2.5%/°C from 55 to 71°C)
Storage Temperature
----
-25 to +85°C
Operating Humidity
----
20 - 95% RH (non condensing)
Vibration (Operating)
----
IEC 60068-2-6 (Mounting by rail:
Random wave, 10-500 Hz, 2G, ea.
along X, Y, Z axes 10 min/cycle,
60 min)
Safety Agency
Certifications
----
UL1310 Class 2(1), UL508 Listed,
UL60950-1, EN60950-1, CE
25 / 50A
30 / 60A
30 / 60A
For a comprehensive listing of these specifications point your
browser to : http://us.tdk-lambda.com/lp/products/dsp-series.htm
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RMA Installation and Removal on a DIN Rail
Modular Backplane Connector
The picture on the right shows the Modular Backplane
Connector, both front and rear view. The rear view
is bringing in to focus a metal clip. If the DIN rail is
grounded the Modular Backplane Connector and the
module connected to it will be also (recommended).
Installing the Modular Backplane Connector
Step 1
Hook backplane assembly to upper edge of DIN rail, (see rear view above, backplane hook detail that
mates with upper rail edge is circled)
Step 2
Next, rotate back plane assembly downward to en
gage the lower edge of the rail. (Note: Din Rail clip ping distance ranges from 1.366 -1.389 inches. The
back plane assembly will not latch onto the rail suc cessfully if the rail is out of dimension).
Step 3
For final positioning and locking, the red tab is to
be pushed upward to further engage the bottom
edge of the rail with an over center snap action
latch. (The red locking tab protrudes from the bot tom side of the back plane assembly).
Installing Multiple Modular Backplane Connectors
Multiple modules are easily aligned and latched together. Each module includes matched mating geometry that facilitates accurate and consistent interconnections. The recommended method of multi-module
attachment is to first attach individual modules to
the rail separately and second to laterally slide the
modules together until they touch. (Refer to steps 1&2
above). When the multi-module system is attached and
laterally positioned to the desired placement the locking tab should be engaged to secure the control system
to the rail, (Refer to step 3 above).
Module Installation
In the picture to the right notice that the arrow is
pointing at the top lip of the module (on side). When installing the module simply slide this lip over the top of
the Modular Backplane Connector and then push down
on the rear of the module where it will seat on the two
posts just above the green connector.
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Module Removal
To remove a module from the
Modular Backplane Connector
find the red tab protruding from
the bottom of the module and
pull back on it as shown to the
right. While pulling back on the
red tab the two mounting posts
will release the module where the
module can then be lifted up and
out of the Modular Backplane
Connector.
Removal of the Modular Backplane Connector
A module can be removed from
the Modular Backplane Connector
by inserting a screw driver into
the red locking tab just behind
the green connector and applying
downward pressure on the tab by
lifting the screwdriver upwards.
When released, the tab will move
downward and the connector can
then be lifted up off of the DIN
rail.
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Wiring
Access Module (RMAx-Axxx-xxxx)
Slot A
Slot B
Slot D
Slot E
Terminal Function
Configuration
Modbus RTU
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
CB
CA
CC
CB
CA
C5
C3
C2
-
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
RTU
RTU
RTU
RTU
RTU
RTU
RTU
RTU
Part # Digit 6
Slot A: Not a valid option
Slot B: Not a valid option
Slot D: Not a valid option
Slot E: RMAx-A(2)xx-xxxx
EIA-485 T+/R+
EIA-485 T-/REIA-485 common
EIA-485 T+/R+
EIA-485 T-/REIA-232 common
EIA-232 DB9/pin 2
EIA-232 DB9/pin 3
EtherNet/IP and Modbus TCP 10/100
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
E8
E7
E6
E5
E4
E3
E2
E1
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
unused
unused
receive unused
unused
receive +
transmit transmit +
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
V+
CH
SH
CL
V-------
DeviceNet™ power
Positive side of DeviceNet™ bus
Shield interconnect
Negative side of DeviceNet™ bus
DeviceNet™ power return
Part # Digit 6
Slot A: Not a valid option
Slot B: Not a valid option
Slot D: Not a valid option
Slot E: RMAx-A(3)xx-xxxx
DeviceNet
Part # Digit 6
Slot A: Not a valid option
Slot B: Not a valid option
Slot D: Not a valid option
Slot E: RMAx-A(5)xx-xxxx
Profibus DP
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
VP
B
A
DG
trB
B
A
trA
-
Part # Digit 6
Slot A: Not a valid option
Slot B: Not a valid option
Slot D: Not a valid option
Slot E: RMAx-A(6)xx-xxxx
Voltage Potential
EIA-485 T+/R+
EIA-485 T-/RDigital ground (common)
Termination resistor B
EIA-485 T+/R+
EIA-485 T-/RTermination resistor A
Power & Standard Bus Communications
Slot C
Terminal Function
Configuration
98
99
Power input: ac or dc+
Power input: ac or dc-
All
CF
CD
CE
Standard Bus EIA-485 common
Standard Bus EIA-485 T-/RStandard Bus EIA-485 T+/R+
Standard Bus
CZ
CX
CY
Inter-module Bus
Inter-module Bus
Inter-module Bus
Inter-module Bus
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All Modules - Front View Standard Connector
Slot E
Slot D
Slot B
Slot A
99
98
Slot C
power
RMA Isolation Block
Controller Power Supply
20.4 to 30.8VÎ (dc)
20.4 to 30.8VÅ (ac)
Safety Isolation
RMA
Low Voltage Power Bus
Low-voltage
Isolation
Communications Ports
Low-voltage Isolation: 42V peak
Safety Isolation: 1,528VÅ (ac)
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Warning:
ç
Use National Electric (NEC) or other
country-specific standard wiring and
safety practices when wiring and
connecting this controller to a power
source and to electrical sensors or peripheral devices. Failure to do so may
result in damage to equipment and
property, and/or injury or loss of life.
Access Module Wiring (RMAx-xxxx-xxxx)
Low Power
Slot C
98 99
power
Note:
Maximum wire size termination and
torque rating:
• 0.0507 to 3.30 mm2 (30 to 12 AWG) single-wire termination or two 1.31 mm2 (16 AWG)
• 0.8 Nm (7.0 in-lb.) torque
• 20.4 to 30.8 V Å (ac) / Î (dc)
• 47 to 63 Hz
• Access module power consumption, 4 Watts maximum
• 31 Watts maximum power available for P/S part #:0847-02990000
• 60 Watts maximum power available for P/S part #:0847-03000000
• 91 Watts maximum power available for P/S part #:0847-03010000
• Class 2 or SELV power source required to meet UL compliance
standards
Standard Bus EIA-485 Communications
Slot C
Note:
• CF, CD, CE - Standard Bus EIA485 Communications
• CZ, CX, CY - Inter-module Bus EIA485 Communications
• Do not route network wires with power wires. Connect network wires in daisy-chain fashion when connecting multiple
devices in a network
• Wire T-/R- to the A terminal of the EIA-485 port.
• Wire T+/R+ to the B terminal of the EIA-485 port.
• Wire common to the common terminal of the EIA-485 port.
• Do not route network wires with power wires. Connect network wires in daisy-chain fashion when connecting multiple
devices in a network.
• A 120 Ω termination resistor may be required across T+/R+
and T-/R-, placed on the last controller on the network.
• Do not connect more than 16 EZ-ZONE RM controllers on a
network.
• Maximum network length: 1,200 meters (4,000 feet)
• 1/8th unit load on EIA-485 bus
Adjacent terminals may be labeled
differently, depending on the model
number.
CF CD CE CZ CX CY
Note:
Inter-module Bus
Common
T+ / R+
Maintain electrical isolation between
digital input-outputs, switched dc/open
collector outputs and process outputs
to prevent ground loops.
T- / R-
Note:
Standard Bus
Common
To prevent damage to the controller,
do not connect wires to unused terminals.
-
+
Note:
This Equipment is suitable for use in
CLASS I, DIVISION 2, Groups A, B,
C and D or Non-Hazardous locations
only. Temperature Code T4
Warning:
ç
Explosion Hazard – Substitution of
component may impair suitability for
CLASS I, DIVISION 2.
Warning:
EZ-ZONE® RM
to B&B Converter
TM
Model ULINX 485USBTB-2W
USB to RS-485 Adapter
using Standard Bus
ç
Explosion Hazard - Do not disconnect
while the circuit is live or unless the
area is known to be free of ignitable
concentrations of flammable substances.
Use twisted pair wires such as Cat 5 cabling.
Do not route with power carrying conductors.
USB
Port
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CW CY
PC Software Protocol - Standard Bus
EZ-Configurator
Data format
38,400 baud
8 data bits
no parity
1 start bit
1 stop bit
Slot C
USB
ULINX
TM
USB Serial Conversion
Model 485TB-2W
B&B electronics
A(-)
B(+)
A(-)
B(+)
GND
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CW CY
0847-0326-0000
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EIA-232/485 Modbus RTU Communications
RMA Part # Digit 5 and 6 is A2
Slot E
• Wire T-/R- to the A terminal of
the EIA-485 port.
T-/R• Wire T+/R+ to the B terminal of
CA
the EIA-485 port.
CC common
• Wire common to the common
T+/R+
CB
terminal of the EIA-485 port.
CA T-/R• Do not route network wires
C5 232 common
with power wires. Connect net232 (Tx) to DB9 pin 2 (RD)
work wires in daisy-chain fashC3
ion when connecting multiple
232 (RD) to DB9 pin 3 (Tx)
C2
devices in a network.
• A termination resistor is required. Place a 120 Ω resistor
across T+/R+ and T-/R- of last
controller on network.
• Maximum number of devices on
CB
T+/R+
a Modbus network is 247.
• maximum network length:
1,200 meters (4,000 feet)
• maximum EIA-232 network
length: 15 meters (50 feet)
• Do not connect more than one
EZ-ZONE RM controller on an
EIA-232 network.
• Do not wire to both the EIA-485
and the EIA-232 pins at the
same time.
• Two EIA-485 terminals of T/R
are provided to assist in daisychain wiring.
• 1/8th unit load on EIA-485 bus.
Modbus-IDA
Terminal
EIA/TIA-485
Name
Watlow Terminal
Label
Function
DO
A
CA or CD
T-/R-
D1
B
CB or CE
T+/R+
common
common
CC or CF
common
EtherNet/IP™ and Modbus TCP Communications
RMA Part # Digit 5 and 6 is A3
Slot E
unused
E8
unused
RJ-45
pin
T568B wire
color
Signal
Slot
E
E7
8
brown
unused
E8
receive -
E6
7
brown & white
unused
E7
unused
E5
unused
E4
receive +
E3
transmit -
E2
transmit +
E1
6
green
receive -
E6
5
white & blue
unused
E5
4
blue
unused
E4
3
white & green
receive +
E3
2
orange
transmit -
E2
1
white & orange
transmit +
E1
• Do not route network wires with power
wires.
• Connect one Ethernet cable per controller
to a 10/100 mbps Ethernet switch. Both
Modbus TCP and EtherNet/IP™ are available on the network.
EtherNet/IP™ and Modbus TCP communications to connect with a 10/100 switch.
Notes:
When using EtherNet/IP the RMA module supports implicit and unconnected explicit messaging.
DeviceNet™ Communications
RMA Part # Digit 5 and 6 is A5
Slot E
Terminal
Signal
V+
V+
CH
CAN_H
V-
SH
shield
T2
CL
CAN_L
V-
V-
V+
V+
CAN_H
CH
shield
SH
CAN_L
CL
V-
S2
R2
Watlow EZ-ZONE ® RMA Module
Function
DeviceNet™ power
positive side of DeviceNet™
bus
shield interconnect
negative side of DeviceNet™
bus
DeviceNet™ power return
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Profibus DP Communications
RMA Part # Digit 5 and 6 is A6
Slot E
+5Vdc Voltage Potential
485 T+/R+
485 T-/R-
VP
B
A
Digital ground
DG
Termination resistor B
trB
485 T+/R+
485 T-/RTermination resistor A
B
A
trA
• Wire T-/R- to the A terminal of the EIA-485 port.
• Wire T+/R+ to the B terminal of the EIA-485
port.
• Wire Digital Ground to the common terminal of
the EIA-485 port.
• Do not route network wires with power wires.
Connect network wires in daisy-chain fashion
when connecting multiple devices in a network.
• A termination resistor should be used if this control is the last one on the network.
• If using a 150 Ω cable Watlow provides internal termination. Place a jumper across pins trB and B and trA and A.
• If external termination is to be used with a 150 Ω cable place a 390 Ω resistor across pins VP and B, a 220 Ω resistor across pins B and A, and lastly, place a 390 Ω resistor across pins DG and A.
• Do not connect more than 16 EZ-ZONE RM modules on any given segment.
• Maximum EIA-485 network length: 1,200 meters
(4,000 feet)
• 1/8th unit load on EIA-485 bus.
• Communications instance 2
RMAX - A [6] X X - A A X X
Profibus Terminal
EIA/TIA-485 Name
Watlow Terminal Label
Function
VP (Voltage Potential)
----
VP
+5Vdc
B-Line
B
B
T+/R+
A-Line
A
A
T-/R-
DP-GND
common
DG
common
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Connecting and Wiring the Modules
RM System Connections
taining to the split rail system diagram shown below.
The power supply used is the 91W supply. The top DIN
rail now has the following modules:
Components of a RM system can be installed as
stand alone modules or can be interconnected on
the DIN rail as shown below. When modules are
connected together, power and communications are
shared between modules over the modular backplane interconnection. Therefore, bringing the necessary power and communications wiring to any
one connector in slot C is sufficient. The modular
backplane interconnect comes standard with every
module ordered and is generic in nature, meaning
any of the RM modules shown below on the DIN
rail can use it.
Modular backplane interconnect
- 2 RMC modules consumes 14W
- 1 RMA consumes 4W
- 11 RME modules consumes 77W
As can now be seen, the total power requirement exceeds 91W. In this case, another power supply would
be required. To incorporate another supply in this system simply disconnect pins 99 and 98 on the remote
DIN rail and connect another appropriately sized power supply to those same pins.
When using a split rail configuration ensure that
the interconnections for the Inter-module Bus and
Standard Bus do not exceed 200 feet.
RM Access
Module
RM Controller RM Expansion
Module
Module
RMEx-xxxx-xxxx
RMCxxxxxxxxxAxx
Slot E
Slot D
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot B
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot A
_
_
_
Slot E
Standard Bus
Address 3
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot C
_
_
_
_
Slot C
_
_
Slot C
_
_
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CX CY
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CX CY
Low Voltage
Class 2
Power Supply
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot B
Slot A
_
Slot D
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot B
_
Standard Bus
Address 2
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot E
_
_
Standard Bus
Address 1
Slot A
Notice in the split rail system diagram that
a single power supply is being used across both
DIN rails. One notable consideration when designing the hardware layout would be the available power supplied and the loading affect of all
of the modules used. Watlow provides three options for power supplies listed below:
Slot D
_
_
_
_
_
_
RMAx-xxxx-xxxx
_
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CX CY
Inter-module
Bus
Standard Bus
Split Rail Configuration
RM Controller RM Expansion
Module
Module
RMCxxxxxxxxxAxx RMEx-xxxx-xxxx
Slot E
Slot D
1. 90-264 Vac to 24Vdc @ 31 watts (Part #:
0847-0299-0000)
_
2.90-264 Vac to 24Vdc @ 60 watts (Part #:
0847-0300-0000)
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CX CY
_
_
Slot B
_
_
Slot C
_
_
_
_
_
Slot A
_
_
Standard Bus
Address 5
_
_
Slot B
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot A
_
_
_
_
Standard Bus
Address 4
Slot E
Slot D
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Slot C
_
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CX CY
3.90-264 Vac to 24Vdc @ 91 watts (Part #:
0847-0301-0000)
With regards to the modular loading affect, maximum power for each is listed below:
RUI
EZKB-_ A _ _- _ _ _ _
1. RMCxxxxxxxxxxxx @ 7 watts
2. RMEx-xxxx-xxxx @ 7 watts
3. RMAx-xxxx-xxxx @ 4 watts
Standard Bus
98
99 CF
CD CE
So, in the split rail system diagram, the maximum current draw on the supply would be 38
Watts.
- 2 RMC modules consumes 14W
- 2 RME modules consumes 14W
- 1 RMA module consumes 4W
- 1 Remote User Interface consumes 6W
Note:
Module is not provided with a disconnect, use of an
external disconnect is required. It should be located in
close proximity to the module and be labeled as the disconnect for the module.
With this power requirement the second or third
power supply could be used.
Note:
Another hardware configuration scenario
that could present itself (graphic not shown)
would be a configuration that requires more than
one supply. Lets make some assumptions perWatlow EZ-ZONE ® RMA Module
Connecting power supplies in parallel is not allowed.
When power consumption is greater than 91 watts use a
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Wiring a Serial EIA-485 Network
120 Ω resistor across T+/R+ and T-/R- of the last controller on a on a network.
Do not route network wires with power wires. Connect network wires in daisy-chain fashion when connecting multiple devices in a network.
A termination resistor may be required. Place a
Note:
Termination resistors when used, require a termination resistor at both ends of the network.
A network using Watlow's Standard Bus and an RUI/Gateway.
Power
Supply
EZ-ZONE ST
ST_ _ - (B or F) _ M _ -_ _ _ _
EZ-ZONE RM
fuse
98
99
CF
CD
B5
CE
D6
D5
-A
+B
power
power
common
98
99
EZ-ZONE PM
power
com
CF
-A
CD
+B
CE
Slot C
B5
D6
D5
98 99 CF CD CE CZ CX CY
power
RUI/Gateway
EZKB-_ A _ _- _ _ _ _
98
power
common
CF
-A
CD
+B
99
common
-A
+B
CE
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Conventions Used in the Menu Pages
the RUI (optional equipment) visual information
from the module is displayed to the observer using
a fairly standard 7 segment display. Due to the use
of this technology, several characters displayed need
some interpretation, see the list below:
To better understand the menu pages that follow
review the naming conventions used. When encountered throughout this document, the word "default"
implies as shipped from the factory. Each page (Operations, Setup and Factory) and their associated
menus have identical headers defined below:
Header Name
Definition
[1] = 1
[0] = 0
[i] = i
[r] = r
[2] = 2
[a] = A
[j ] = J
[s] = S
[H] = K
[ t] = t
[3] = 3
[ h] = b
Display
Visually displayed information from the control.
[4] = 4
[c] , [C] = c
[L] = L
[U] = u
[d ] = d
[m] = M
[u] = v
Parameter Name
Describes the function of
the given parameter.
[5] = 5
[6] = 6
[ e] = E
[n] = n
[w] = W
[7] = 7
[ f] = F
[o] = o
[y ] = y
[8] = 8
[g ] = g
[ p] = P
[2] = Z
Range
Defines options available
for this prompt, i.e., min/
max values (numerical),
yes/no, etc... (further explanation below).
[9] = 9
[ h] = h
[q ] = q
Default
Values as delivered from
the factory.
Modbus Relative Address
Identifies unique parameters using either the
Modbus RTU or Modbus
TCP protocols (further explanation below).
CIP (Common Industrial Protocol)
If used in conjunction
with an RMA module
identifies unique parameters using either the DeviceNet or EtherNet/IP
protocol (further explanation below).
Profibus Index
If used in conjunction
with an RMA module
identifies unique parameters using Profibus DP
protocol (further explanation below).
Parameter ID
Identifies unique parameters used with other software such as, LabVIEW.
Range
Within this column notice that on occasion there will
be numbers found within parenthesis. This number
represents the enumerated value for that particular
selection. Range selections can be made simply by
writing the enumerated value of choice using any of
the available communications protocols. As an example, turn to the Operations Page and look at the
Backup Menu. To initiate a backup using Modbus
simply right the value of 1644 (save) to Modbus register 401271.
Communication Protocols
The RMA module comes with the standard offering
of Watlow's Standard Bus protocol used primarily
for inter-module communications as well as for configuration using EZ-ZONE Configurator software
(free download from Watlow's web site (http://www.
watlow.com). Along with Standard Bus, the RMA
module has options for several different protocols
listed below:
- Modbus RTU 232/485
- EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP
- DeviceNet
- Profibus DP
Modbus RTU Protocol
uint = Unsigned 16 bit integer
All Modbus registers are 16-bits and as displayed
in this manual are relative addresses (actual). Some
legacy software packages limit available Modbus
registers to 40001 to 49999 (5 digits). Many applications today require access to all available Modbus
registers which range from 400001 to 465535 (6 digits). Watlow controls support 6 digit Modbus registers.
dint = Signed 32-bit, long
Data Type R/W
string = ASCII (8 bits per character)
float =IEEE 754 32-bit
RWES=Readable
Writable
Note:
EEPROM (saved)
In this User's Guide, all values shown representing
Modbus addresses are added to 400,001 or 40,001 to
acquire the absolute address. As an example, notice
above (under the Range header) the Modbus address
identified for Backup. Compare this to the value listed for this same parameter found in the Operations
User Set (saved)
Display
When the RMA module is used in conjunction with
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Page under the Backup Menu.
For parameters listed as float notice that only
one (low order) of the two registers is listed, this is
true throughout this document. By default, the low
order word contains the two low bytes of the 32-bit
parameter. As an example, look in the RMA Setup
Page for the Real Time Clock Value. Find the column
identified in the header as Modbus and notice that it
lists register 1424. Because this parameter is a float
it is actually represented by registers 1424 (low order bytes) and 1425 (high order bytes). The Modbus
specification does not dictate which register should
be high or low order so Watlow provides the user the
ability to swap this order (Setup Page, Communications Menu) from the default low/high to high/low.
It should also be noted that some of the cells in the
Modbus column contain wording pertaining to an
offset. Several parameters in the RMA contain more
than one instance; such as, Data Log points (250),
Variables (12), Gateway Instances (16), etc... The
Modbus register shown always represents instance
one. Take for an example the logging point parameter found in the RMA Setup Page under the Log
Point Menu. Instance one for the Source Function
is shown as address 1470 and the offset to the next
instance is identified as +16. If there was a desire to
read or write to instance 3 simply add 32 to 1470 to
find its address, in this case, the instance 3 address
for Log Point Source Function 3 is 1502.
Profibus DP
To accommodate for Profibus DP addressing the following menus contain a column identified as Profibus
Index. Data types used in conjunction with Profibus
DP can be found in the table below.
Data Types Used with Profibus DP
Word
= Unsigned 16 bit
INT
= Signed 16-bit Integer
dint
= Signed 32-bit Integer
REAL
= Float, IEEE 754 32-bit
CHAR
= ASCII, 8 bits per character
BYTE
= 8 bits
RMA _ - A [6] _ _ - A A _ _
To learn more about the Profibus DP protocol point
your browser to http://www.profibus.org
RMA _ - A [2, 3] _ _ - A A _ _
To learn more about the Modbus protocol point your
browser to http://www.modbus.org.
Common Industrial Protocol (CIP)
DeviceNet & Ethernet/IP
Both DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP use open object
based programming tools and use the same addressing scheme. In the following menu pages notice the
column header identified as CIP. There you will find
the Class, Instance and Attribute in hexadecimal,
(decimal in parenthesis) which makes up the addressing for both protocols.
Note:
The RMA module equipped with EtherNet/IP supports
implicit and unconnected explicit messages.
Data Types Used with CIP
uint
= Unsigned 16 bit integer
int
= Signed 16-bit
dint
= Signed 32-bits, long
real
= Float, IEEE 754 32-bit
string
= ASCII, 8 bits per character
sint
= Signed 8 bits , byte
RMA _ - A [3] _ _ - A A _ _
To learn more about the DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP
protocol point your browser to http://www.odva.org.
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Chapter 3: Operations Page
Access Module Operation Page Parameters
To navigate to the Operations Page using the RUI, follow the steps below:
1.From the Home Page, press both the Up ¿ and
Down ¯ keys for three seconds. [``Ai] will appear
in the upper display and [oPEr] will appear in the
lower display.
2.Press the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to view available
menus.
the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to select and then press
the Advance Key ‰ to enter.
5.Press the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to move through
available menu prompts.
6.Press the Infinity Key ˆ to move backwards
through the levels: parameter to submenu; submenu
to menu; menu to Home Page.
7.Press and hold the Infinity Key ˆ for two seconds to
return to the Home Page.
3.Press the Advance Key ‰ to enter the menu of
choice.
On the following pages, top level menus are identified
with a yellow background color.
4.If a submenu exists (more than one instance), press
Note:
Some of these menus and parameters may not appear, depending on the modules options. See model number
information in the Appendix for more information. If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
[dLog]
[oPEr] Data Logging Menu
[dLog] Data Logging
[StAt] Status
[AME] Available Logging Memory
[`A;ti] Available Logging Time
[bCUP]
[oPEr] Backup Menu
[bCUP] Backup
[StAt] Status
[2onE] Zone
[b;sta]
[oPEr] Backup Status Menu
[```1] to [``24]
[b;sta] Backup (1 to 24)
[StAt] Status
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Display
Parameter Name
Description
•
Range
Operations Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
Profibus Parameter
Data
CIP
Index
ID
Type
Class
& Read/
Instance
Write
Attribute
hex (dec)
[dLog]
[oPEr]
Data Logging Menu
[Stat]
[Stat]
Data Logging
[no;M] No Memory (1637)
Status
[``oH] OK (138)
Status indicates the status
of the data logging function.
OK means logging can be
started or can continue. No
Memory can indicate the
memory card is full or not
present.
[AME]
[AME]
Data Logging
Available Memory
Available Logging Memory
indicates the remaining
space available for logging
in kilobytes.
[`A;ti]
[ A.ti]
Data Logging
0 to 9,999 hours
Available Logging Time
Available Logging Time
when logging is active, indicates the remaining time
that logging can continue in
hours. When logging is not
active, indicates zero.
0 to 9,999
----
1452
0x89
(137)
1
2
50
37002
uint
R
----
1456
0x89
(137)
1
4
52
37004
uint
R
----
1458
0x89
(137)
1
5
53
37005
uint
R
1274
0x8A
(138)
1 to 6
3
60
38003
uint
R
[bCUP]
[oPEr]
Backup Menu
[Stat]
[Stat]
Backup (1 to 6)
Status
Status indicates the status
of the configuration backup
function.
Off - means no backup or restore action is running.
Off
[`oFF] Off (62)
[saue] Save (1644)
[rest] Restore (1645)
[mon] Monitor (1187)
[Cplt] Complete (18)
[`err] Error (28)
Save - indicates the configuration of a zone is being
saved to backup memory.
Restore - indicates a saved
configuration is being restored to a zone.
Monitor - When backup is
set to restore on a change
the RMA will check to see if
a module serial number has
changed. If so, a restore will
take place for that module.
Complete - indicates that
the restoration is complete.
Error - indicates that the
last action failed.
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can
be read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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W: Write
E: EEPROM
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Display
[2onE]
[ZonE]
Parameter Name
Description
•
Range
Operations Page
Default
Backup
1 to 16
Zone
Current Zone indicates
which zone’s configuration
is being saved or restored or
was last saved or restored.
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Data
Class
Type
Profibus Parameter
Instance
& Read/
Index
ID
Attribute
Write
hex (dec)
1
1276
0x8A
(138)
1 to 0x10
(16)
4
61
38004
uint
R
None
1280
[offset 6]
0x9A
(154)
1 to 0x18
(24)
1
94
54001
uint
R
[b;sta]
[oPEr]
Backup Status Menu
[Stat]
[Stat]
Backup
Status
Status indicates the status
of the current or most recent
backup function performed
on the corresponding zone.
None - means no backup or
restore action is running.
[none] None (61)
[``oH] OK (1644)
[No;m] No Memory (1637)
[no;m] No Module (1664)
[no;Ig] No Image (1665)
[`err] Error (28)
OK - indicates the zone
was successfully restored
or saved depending on the
operation.
No Memory - indicates
memory is full.
No Module - indicates that
a previous image for the
module had been saved but
while restoring the module
is no longer present.
No Image - indicates there
is no backed up image for a
module present on Standard
Bus.
Error - indicates that the
last action failed.
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can
be read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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W: Write
E: EEPROM
S: User Set
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Chapter 4: Setup Pages
Access Module Setup Page Parameters
To navigate to the Setup Page using the RUI, follow
the steps below:
1.From the Home Page, press both the Up ¿ and
Down ¯ keys for six seconds. [``Ai] will appear
in the upper display and [`Set] will appear in the
lower display.
2.Press the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to view available
menus.
the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to select and then press
the Advance Key ‰ to enter.
5.Press the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to move through
available menu prompts.
6.Press the Infinity Key ˆ to move backwards
through the levels: parameter to submenu; submenu
to menu; menu to Home Page.
7.Press and hold the Infinity Key ˆ for two seconds to
return to the Home Page.
3.Press the Advance Key ‰ to enter the menu of
choice.
On the following pages, top level menus are identified
with a yellow background color.
4.If a submenu exists (more than one instance), press
Note:
Some of these menus and parameters may not appear, depending on the controller's options. See model number
information in the Appendix for more information. If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
Note:
Some of the listed parameters may not be visible. Parameter visibility is dependent upon controller part number.
[gLbL]
[`Set] Global Menu
[d;prs] Display Pairs
[Usr;s] User Settings Save
[Usr;r] User Settings Restore
[COM]
[`Set] Communications Menu [[Ad;M] Modbus Address
[bAUd] Baud Rate
[`PAr] Parity
[M;hL] Modbus Word Order
[iP;M] IP Address Mode
[iP;F1] IP Fixed Address Part 1
[iP;F2] IP Fixed Address Part 2
[iP;F3] IP Fixed Address Part 3
[iP;F4] IP Fixed Address Part 4
[iP;S1] IP Fixed Subnet Part 1
[iP;S2] IP Fixed Subnet Part 2
[iP;S3] IP Fixed Subnet Part 3
[iP;S4] IP Fixed Subnet Part 4
[iP;g1] Fixed IP Gateway Part 1
[iP;g2] Fixed IP Gateway Part 2
[iP;g3] Fixed IP Gateway Part 3
[iP;g4] Fixed IP Gateway Part 4
[Mb;E] Modbus TCP Enable
[EiP;E] EtherNet/IP™ Enable
[`Ad;d] DeviceNet™ Node Address
[BAUd] Baud Rate DeviceNet™
[`FC;E] DeviceNet™ Quick
Connect Enable
[P;add] Profibus Address
[A;loC] Profibus Address Lock
[stat] Profibus Status
[`C_f] Display Units
[`nu;s] Non-volatile Save
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[`Set] Local Remote Gateway Menu
[```1] to [``17]
[gtW] Local Remote Gateway (1 to 17)
[du;En] Device Enabled
[du;St] Device Status
[M;oF] Modbus Address Offset
[`oSt] CIP Instance Offset
[ao;nb] CIP Implicit Assembly
Output Member Quantity
[ai;nb] CIP Implicit Assembly
Input Member Quantity
[`s;of] Profibus Slot Offset
[rtC]
[`Set] Real Time Clock Menu
[hoUr] Hours
[Min] Minutes
[Mon] Month
[dAtE] Date
[YEAr] Year
[doW] Day of Week
[t;For] Time Format
[d;For] Date Format
[Lg;pt]
[`Set] Log Point Menu
[```1] to [`200]
[Lg;pt] Log Point (1 to 200)
[SFn;A] Source Function A
[`Si;A] Source Instance A
[`S2;A] Source Zone A
[`dEC] Display Precision
[bCUP]
[`Set] Backup Menu
[SAuE] Save
[rEST] Restore
[`uAr]
[`Set] Variable Menu
[type] Data Type
[Unit] Units
[`dig] Digital
[AnLg] Analog
[`Pro]
[`Set] Profile Menu
[Poti] Power Off Time
[dLog]
[`Set] Data Logging Menu
[PErd] Period
[f;act] Full Action
[Sfn;A] Source Function A
[`Si;A Source Instance A
[`S2;A] Source Zone A
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Parameter name
Description
Display
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
gLbL]
[`Set]
Global Menu
----
0x6A
(103)
1
0x1C (28)
----
3028
uint
RWES
26
0x65
(101)
1
0x0E (14)
8
1014
uint
RWE
24
0x65
(101)
1
0x0D
(13)
7
1013
uint
RWE
1
432
0x96
(150)
2
1
76
17007
uint
RWE
[d;prs]
[dPrS]
Global
Display Pairs
Defines the number of Display Pairs.
1 to 10
[USr;S]
[USr.S]
Global
User Settings Save
Save all of this controller's
settings to the selected set.
[none] None (61)
[SEt1] User Set 1 (101)
[SEt2] User Set 2 (102)
----
[USr;r]
[USr.r]
Global
User Settings Restore
Replace all of this controller's settings with another
set.
[none]
[SEt1]
[SEt2]
[FCty]
None (61)
User Set 1 (101)
User Set 2 (102)
Factory (31)
----
1
[CoM]
[`SEt]
Communications Menu
1 to 247
[Ad;M]
[Ad.M]
Communications
Modbus Address
Set the Modbus address.
[bAUd]
[bAUd]
Communications
9,600 (188)
Baud Rate
19,200 (189)
Set the speed of this con38,400 (190)
troller's communications to
match the speed of the serial
network.
9,600
434
0x96
(150)
2
3
74
17002
uint
RWE
[`PAr]
[ PAr]
Communications
[none] None (61)
Parity
[EuEn] Even (191)
Set the parity of this control- [`odd] Odd (192)
ler to match the parity of the
serial network.
None
436
0x96
(150)
2
4
75
17003
uint
RWE
[M;hL]
[M.hL]
Communications
Modbus Word Order
Select the word order of
the two 16-bit words in the
floating-point values.
[hiLo] Word High Low
(1330)
[Lohi] Word Low High
(1331)
Low High
438
0x96
(150)
2
5
80
17043
uint
RWE
[iP;M]
[iP.M]
Communications
IP Address Mode
Select DHCP to let a DHCP
server assign an address to
this module.
[dhCP] DHCP (1281)
[F;Add] Fixed Address
(1284)
DHCP
----
----
77
17012
uint
RWE
[iP;F1]
[ip.F1]
Communications
0 to 255
IP Fixed Address Part 1
Set the IP address of this
module. Each device on the
network must have a unique
address.
169
----
----
----
17014
uint
RWE
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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Parameter name
Description
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
[iP;F2]
[ip.F2]
Communications
0 to 255
IP Fixed Address Part 2
Set the IP address of this
module. Each device on the
network must have a unique
address.
254
----
----
----
17015
uint
RWE
[iP;F3]
[ip.F3]
Communications
0 to 255
IP Fixed Address Part 3
Set the IP address of this
module. Each device on the
network must have a unique
address.
1
----
----
----
17016
uint
RWE
[iP;F4]
[ip.F4]
Communications
0 to 255
IP Fixed Address Part 4
Set the IP address of this
module. Each device on the
network must have a unique
address.
1
----
----
----
17017
uint
RWE
[iP;S1]
[ip.S1]
Communications
IP Fixed Subnet Part 1
Set the IP subnet mask for
this module.
0 to 255
255
----
----
----
17020
uint
RWE
[iP;S2]
[ip.S2]
Communications
IP Fixed Subnet Part 2
Set the IP subnet mask for
this module.
0 to 255
255
----
----
----
17021
uint
RWE
[iP;S3]
[ip.S3]
Communications
IP Fixed Subnet Part 3
Set the IP subnet mask for
this module.
0 to 255
0
----
----
----
17022
uint
RWE
[iP;S4]
[ip.S4]
Communications
IP Fixed Subnet Part 4
Set the IP subnet mask for
this module.
0 to 255
0
----
----
----
17023
uint
RWE
[iP;g1]
[ip.g1]
Communications
Fixed IP Gateway Part 1
0 to 255
0
----
----
----
17026
uint
RWE
[iP;g2
[ip.g2]
Communications
Fixed IP Gateway Part 2
0 to 255
0
----
----
----
17027
uint
RWE
[iP;g3]
[ip.g3]
Communications
Fixed IP Gateway Part 3
0 to 255
0
----
----
----
17028
uint
RWE
[iP;g4]
[ip.g4]
Communications
Fixed IP Gateway Part 4
0 to 255
0
----
----
----
17029
uint
RWE
[Mb;E]
[Mb.E]
Communications
Modbus TCP Enable
Activate Modbus TCP.
[``no] No (59)
[`YES} Yes (106)
Yes
----
----
78
17041
uint
RWE
[EiP;E]
[EiP.E]
Communications
EtherNet/IP™ Enable
Activate Ethernet/IP™.
[``no] No (59)
[`YES} Yes (106)
Yes
----
----
79
17042
uint
RWE
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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W: Write
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Parameter name
Description
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
[`Ad;d]
[ Ad.d]
0 to 63
Communications
DeviceNet™ Node Address
Set the DeviceNet™ address
for this gateway.
63
----
----
83
17052
uint
RWE
[bAUd]
[bAUd]
[`125] 125 kb
Communications
Baud Rate DeviceNet™
[`250] 250 kb
Set the speed of this gate[`500] 500 kb
way's communications to
match the speed of the serial
network.
125
----
----
84
17053
uint
RWE
[`FC;E]
[ FC.E]
[``no] No (59)
Communications
DeviceNet™ Quick Con[`YES} Yes (106)
nect Enable
Allows for immediate communication with the scanner
upon power up.
No
----
----
----
17054
uint
RWE
[p;add]
[P.Add]
Communications
Profibus DP Address
Set the Profibus address for
this gateway.
0 to 126
126
----
----
----
17060
uint
RWE
[a;loc]
[A.Loc]
Communications
Profibus Address Lock
When set to yes the Profibus
address cannot be changed
using software. Can be
changed from the optional
RUI.
[``no] No (59)
[`yes] Yes (106)
No
----
----
----
17061
uint
RWE
[stat]
[Stat]
Communications
Profibus DP Status
Current Profibus status.
[redy] Ready (1662)
[`rng] Running (149)
----
----
----
17062
uint
R
[`C_F]
[ C_F]
Communications
Display Units
Select which scale to use for
temperature passed over
communications port 2.
[```f] F (30)
[```C} C (15)
F
440
0x96
(150)
2
6
81
17050
uint
RWE
[`nU;S]
[ nU.S]
Communications
Non-volatile Save
If set to Yes all values written to the control will be
saved in EEPROM after approximately 3 seconds.
[``no] No (59)
[`YES} Yes (106)
Yes
444
0x96 (150)
2
8
82
17051 uint
RWE
No
452
{offset 20}
0x7C
(124)
1 to 11
(17)
2
23
24002
uint
RWE
460
{offset 20}
0x7C
(124)
1 to 11
(17)
6
----
24006
uint
R
----
[gtW]
[`Set]
Local Remote Gateway Menu
[du;En]
[du.En]
Local Remote Gateway (1 to
17)
Device Enabled
When set to yes the gateway
attempts to establish a connection with the specified
control.
[``no] No (59)
[`YES} Yes (106)
[du;St]
[du.St]
Local Remote Gateway (1 to
17)
Device Status
Indicates whether or not a
valid connection is made.
[`oFF] Off (62)
[``on} On (63)
----
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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W: Write
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Access Module
Parameter name
Description
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
[M;oF]
[M.oF]
Local Remote Gateway (1 to
17)
Modbus Address Offset
When multiple EZ-ZONE
controllers are used over
Modbus the value entered
allows for parameter differentiation from control to
the next.
0 to 65,535
0
454
{offset 20}
0x7C
(124)
1 to 11
(17)
3
24
24003
uint
RWE
[`oSt]
[ oSt]
Local Remote Gateway (1 to
17)
CIP Instance Offset
When executing explicit
messages with multiple
EZ-ZONE controllers the
number entered allows for
differentiation from control
to control.
0 to 255
0
456
{offset 20}
0x7C
(124)
1 to 11
(17)
4
25
24004
uint
RWE
[Ao;nb]
[ Ao.nb]
Gateway (1 to 17)
CIP Implicit Assembly
Output Member Quantity
The number entered determines the size of the output
(produced) assembly.
0 to 40
466
{offset 20}
0x7C
(124)
1 to 11
(17)
9
26
24009
uint
RWE
[Ai;nb]
[Ai.nb]
Gateway (1 to 17)
CIP Implicit Assembly Input Member Quantity
The number entered determines the size of the input
(consumed) assembly.
0 to 40
468
{offset 20}
0x7C
(124)
1 to 11
(17)
0x0A (10)
27
24010
uint
RWE
----
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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[`s;of]
[ S.of]
Access Module
Parameter name
Description
Gateway (1 to 17)
Profibus DP Slot Offset
Set Profibus instance member offset for this Standard
Bus controller.
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
0 to 254
Instance
1=0
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
----
0x7C
(124)
1 to 11
(17)
0x0B (11)
28
24011
uint
RWE
Instance
2 = 20
Instance
3 = 40
Instance
4 = 60
Instance
5 = 80
Instance
6 = 100
Instance
7 = 120
Instance
8 = 140
Instance
9 = 160
Instance
10 = 180
Instance
11 = 200
Instance
12 = 220
Instance
13 = 240
Instance
14 = 0
Instance
15 = 0
Instance
16 = 0
Instance
17 = 0
[`rtC]
[`SEt]
Real Time Clock Menu
[hoUr]
[hoUr]
Real Time Clock
Hours
Set hours for the Real Time
Clock (0 = midnight)
0 to 23
----
1428
0x88
(136)
1
3
35
36003
uint
RW
[Min]
[Min]
Real Time Clock
Minutes
Set minutes for the Real
Time Clock.
0 to 59
----
1430
0x88
(136)
1
4
36
36004
uint
RW
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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W: Write
E: EEPROM
S: User Set
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Parameter name
Description
Display
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
[Mon]
[Mon]
Real Time Clock
Month
Set current month for the
Real Time Clock.
1 to 12
----
1434
0x88
(136)
1
6
38
36006
uint
RW
[dAtE]
[dAtE]
Real Time Clock
Date
Set the current date for the
Real Time Clock.
1 to 31
----
1436
0x88
(136)
1
7
39
36010
uint
RW
[YEAr]
[YEAr]
Real Time Clock
Year
Set the current year for the
Real Time Clock.
2008 to 2100
----
1438
0x88
(136)
1
8
40
36008
uint
RW
[doW]
[doW]
Real Time Clock
Day of Week
Set the current day of the
week for the Real Time
Clock.
[`sun] Sunday (1565)
[Mon] Monday (1559)
[`tue] Tuesday (1560)
[Wed] Wednesday (1561)
[thUr] Thursday (1562)
[`Fri] Friday (1563)
[`Sat] Saturday (1564)
----
1426
0x88
(136)
1
2
34
36007
uint
RW
[T;For]
[t.For]
Real Time Clock
Time Format
Use Time Format to select
whether time of day is indicated in the data log in
hours minutes and seconds
HH:MM:SS or simply hours
and minutes HH:MM.
HH:MM (1629)
HH:MM:SS (1630)
HH:MM
1444
0x88
(136)
1
0x0B (11)
43
36011
uint
RW
[d;For]
[d.For]
Real Time Clock
MM/DD/YYYY (1631)
Date Format
DD/MM/YYYY (1632)
Use Date Format to select
whether dates in the data
log are recorded with month
before day MM/DD/YYYY or
day before month DD/MM/
YYYY.
MM/DD/
YYYY
1446
0x88
(136)
1
0x0C (12)
44
36012
uint
RW
0
----
0x7A
(122)
1
0x49 (73)
18
22073
uint
RWE
[`Pro]
[`Set]
Profile Menu
[Poti]
[Poti]
Profile Menu
Power Off Time
Use Power Off Time to set
the maximum length of a
power interruption in seconds after which profiles
should be allowed to continue running. If the power
is out for longer than this
setting, profiles will be terminated when the power is
restored. Set this to zero (0)
if profiles should terminate
regardless of how long the
power has been off.
0 to 9,999
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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Parameter name
Description
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
[dLog]
[`SEt]
Data Logging Menu
[PErd]
[PErd]
Data Logging
Period
Use Period to set the time
in seconds between when
records are entered in the
data log.
1 to 3,600
10
1450
0x89
(137)
1
1
49
37001
uint
RWES
[f;act]
[F.Act]
Data Logging
Full Action
Use Full Action to select
whether the data logging
function should Stop or
begin to Overwrite old data
once the data log memory
is full. .
[stop] Stop (1638)
[ourt] Overwrite (1639)
Stop
1454
0x89
(137)
1
3
51
37003
uint
RWES
[Sfn;a]
[SFn.A]
Data Logging
Source Function A
Select a function with a
digital output that will be
used to start and stop data
logging..
[none] None (61)
[ALM] Alarm (6)
[`CPE] Compare (230)
[`Ctr] Counter (231)
[`dio] Digital I/O (1142)
[Ent;A] Profile Event Out
A (233)
[Ent;b] Profile Event Out
B (234)
[Ent;C] Profile Event Out
C (235)
[Ent;d] Profile Event Out
D (236)
[Ent;E] Profile Event Out
E (247)
[Ent;F] Profile Event Out
F (248)
[Ent;g] Profile Event Out
G (249)
[Ent;h] Profile Event Out
H (250)
[`FUn] Function Key
(1001)
[`LgC] Logic (239)
[tMr] Timer (244)
[`uAr] Variable (245)
Variable
1460
0x89
(137)
1
6
----
37006
uint
RWES
[`si;A]
[ Si.A]
Data Logging
Source Instance A
Set the instance of the function selected above.
1 to 24
1
1462
0x89
(137)
1
7
----
37007 uint
RWES
[`s2;A]
[ SZ.A]
Data Logging
Source Zone A
Set the zone of the function
selected above. Set Source
Zone A to zero to select a
source in the Access Module
such as Variable 1.
0 to 16
0
1464
0x89
(137)
1
8
----
37008 uint
RWES
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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Parameter name
Description
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
[Lg;Pt]
[`SEt]
Log Point Menu
[SFn;A]
SFn.A]
None
Log Point (1 to 200)
[nonE] None (61)
Source Function A
[``Ai] Analog Input, (142)
Select the source of the point [CUrr] Current (22)
to be logged..
[`C;Pr] Cool Power, Control
Loop (161)
[`h;Pr] Heat Power, Control Loop (160)
[PWr] Power, Control
Loop (73)
[`Lnr] Linearization (238)
[MAt] Math (240)
[``Pu] Process Value (241)
[`SP;C] Set Point Closed,
Control Loop (242)
[`SP;o] Set Point Open,
Control Loop (243)
[`uAr] Variable (245)
[ALM] Alarm (6)
[`CPE] Compare (230)
[`Ctr] Counter (231)
[`dio] Digital I/O (1142)
[Ent;A] Profile Event Out
A (233)
[Ent;b] Profile Event Out
B (234)
[Ent;C] Profile Event Out
C (235)
[Ent;d] Profile Event Out
D (236)
[Ent;E] Profile Event Out
E (247)
[Ent;F] Profile Event Out
F (248)
[Ent;g] Profile Event Out
G (249)
[Ent;h] Profile Event Out
H (250)
[`FUn] Function Key
(1001)
[LiM] Limit (126)
[`LgC] Logic (239)
[SoF;1] Special Function
Output 1 (1532)
[SoF;2] Special Function
Output 2 (1533)
[SoF;3] Special Function
Output 3 (1534)
[SoF;4] Special Function
Output 4 (1535)
[tMr] Timer (244)
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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[offset 16]
0x8B
(139)
1 to C8
(200)
1
66
39001
uint
RWES
R: Read
W: Write
E: EEPROM
S: User Set
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Parameter name
Description
Display
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
[`Si;A]
[Si.A]
Log Point (1 to 200)
Source Instance A
Select the instance of the
source identified above..
1 to 24
1
1472
[offset 16]
0x8B
(139)
1 to C8
(200)
2
67
39002
uint
RWES
[`S2;A]
[SZ.A]
Log Point (1 to 200)
0 to 16
Source Zone A
Select the zone of the source
identified above.
0
1474
[offset 16]
0x8B
(139)
1 to C8
(200)
3
68
39003
uint
RWES
[`dEC]
[dEC]
Log Point (1 to 200)
Display Precision
Use Display Precision to set
how many decimal places to
log for the selected item.
Source
1482
[offset 16]
0x8B
(139)
1 to C8
(200)
7
69
39007
uint
RWES
No Display
Log Point (1 to 200)
-999.999 to 9,999.999
Value
Reflects the present value of
the logged point..
0
1476
[offset 16]
0x8B
(139)
1 to C8
(200)
4
----
39004
float
R
No Display
Log Point (1 to 200)
Error
View reported cause for log
point malfunction..
1484
[offset 16]
0x8B
(139)
1 to C8
(200)
8
----
39008
uint
R
0x8A
(138)
1
1
58
38001
uint
RW
[`Src] Source (1539)
[```0] Whole (105)
[``0;0] Tenths (94)
[`0;00] Hundredths (40)
[0;000] Thousandths (96)
None
None (61)
Open (65)
Shorted (127)
Measurement Error (149)
Bad Calibration Data (139)
Ambient Error (9)
RTD Error (141)
Fail (32)
Math Error (1423)
Not Sourced (246)
Stale (1617)
[bCUP]
[`SEt]
Backup Menu
[SAuE]
[SAuE]
Off
Backup
[`oFF] Off (62)
Save
[noW] Now (1646)
Set Save to Now to save
the configuration of the
other zones (modules) in the
backup memory. The setting
indicates Off when the save
action is completed. It can
take between 15 and 45 minutes to save the settings of
each module.
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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E: EEPROM
S: User Set
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Parameter name
Description
Display
[rESt]
[rEst]
•
Range
Setup Page
Default
Backup
[`oFF] Off (62)
Restore
[noW] Now (1646)
Set Restore to Now to re[`Chg] Change (1647)
store the configuration of the
other zones (modules) to the
settings saved in the backup
memory. Select Change to
have the configuration feature automatically restore
settings whenever a module
is replaced with a like (same
part number but different
serial number) module. The
setting indicates Off when
the save action is completed.
It can take between 15 and
45 minutes to restore the
settings of each module.
Modbus
Relative
Address
CIP
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus
Index
Data
ParamType
eter
& Read/
ID
Write
0x8A
(138)
1
2
59
38002
uint
RW
1030
[offset 20]
0x66 (102)
1
1
13
2001
uint
RWES
Off
1272
Analog
Note:
During the time it takes
to restore the settings the
other modules and other
features remain active
unless turned off by the
user. The system may not
perform as desired until all
the settings are restored.
[`uAr]
[`Set]
Variable Menu
[tyPE]
[tyPE]
Variable
Data Type
Set the variable's data type.
[Unit]
[Unit]
Variable (1 to 8)
Units
Set the variable's units.
[`A;tp] Absolute Temperature (1540)
[`r;tp] Relative Temperature (1541)
Note:
[PWr] Power (73)
Units are always in de[`Pro] Process (75)
grees F when used for tem[``rh] Relative Humidity
perature
(1538)
[nonE] None (61)
1042
Absolute
Tempera- [offset 20]
ture
0x66 (102)
1 to 8
7
----
2007
uint
RWES
[`Dig]
[ dig]
Variable
Digital
Set the variable's value.
[``on] On (63)
[`oFF] Off (62)
Off
1032
[offset 20]
0x66 (102)
1
2
14
2002
uint
RWES
[anLg]
[AnLg]
Variable
Analog
Set the variable's value.
-1,999.000 to 9,999.000
0.0
1034
[offset 20]
0x66 (102)
1
3
15
2003
float
RWES
No Display
Variable
-999.999 to 9,999.999
Output Value
Reflects the present value of
the logged point..
1036
[offset 16]
0x66
(102)
1
4
----
[AnLg] Analog (1215)
[`Dig] Digital (1220)
----
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values can be
read with other interfaces.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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R
R: Read
W: Write
E: EEPROM
S: User Set
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Chapter 5: Factory Pages
Access Module Factory Page Parameters
To navigate to the Factory Page using the RUI, follow
the steps below:
5.Press the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to move through
available menu prompts.
1.From the Home Page, press and hold both the Advance ‰ and Infinity ˆ keys for six seconds.
6.Press the Infinity Key ˆ to move backwards
through the levels: parameter to submenu; submenu
to menu; menu to Home Page.
2.Press the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to view available
menus.
7.Press and hold the Infinity Key ˆ for two seconds to
return to the Home Page.
3.Press the Advance Key ‰ to enter the menu of
choice.
On the following pages, top level menus are identified
with a yellow background color.
4.If a submenu exists (more than one instance), press
the Up ¿ or Down ¯ key to select and then press
the Advance Key ‰ to enter.
Note:
Some of these menus and parameters may not appear, depending on the controller's options. See model number
information in the Appendix for more information. If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
Note:
Some of the listed parameters may not be visible. Parameter visibility is dependent upon controller part number.
[`LoC]
[FCty] Security Setting Menu
[LoC;o] Operations Page
[pas;e] Password Enable
[RloC] Read Lock
[SLoC] Write Security
[loC;l] Locked Access Level
[roll] Rolling Password
[pas;u] User Password
[pas;a] Administrator Password
[ULoC]
[FCty] Security Setting Menu
[CoDE] Public Key
[pass] Password
[diAg]
[FCty] Diagnostics Menu
[`s;id] Software ID
[`s;rl] Software Release Version
[`s;pr] Software Protoype Ver-
sion
[s;bld] Software Build Number
[``Sn] Serial Number
[dAtE] Date of Manufacture
[ip;aC] Actual IP Addressing Mode
[ip;a1] IP Actual Address Part 1
[ip;a2] IP Actual Address Part 2
[ip;a3] IP Actual Address Part 3
[ip;a4] IP Actual Address Part 4
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Parameter Name
Description
Range
•
Factory Page
Default
CIP
Modbus
Relative
Address
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
Profibus Parameter
Index
ID
Data Type
& Read/
Write
[`LoC]
[FCty]
Security Setting Menu
[LoC;o]
[LoC.o]
Security Setting
Operations Page
Change the security level of the
Operations Page.
1 to 3
2
362
0x67 (103)
1
2
----
3002
uint
RWE
[pas;e]
[PAS.E]
Security Setting
Password Enable
If set to on, a password is required to change security clearance level or password.
[``on] On (63)
[`off] Off (62)
Off
----
----
----
3015
uint
RWE
[rLoC]
[rLoC]
Security Setting
Read Lock
Set the read security clearance
level. The user can access the
selected level and all lower levels when using an RUI.
If the Write Lockout Security level
is higher than the Read Lockout
Security, the Read Lockout Security level takes priority.
1 to 5
5
378
0x67 (103)
1
0x0A (10)
----
3010
uint
RWE
[SLoC]
[SLoC]
Security Setting
Write Security
Set the write security clearance
level. The user can access the
selected level and all lower levels when using an RUI.
If the Write Lockout Security level
is higher than the Read Lockout
Security, the Read Lockout Security level takes priority.
0 to 5
5
380
0x67 (103)
1
0x0B (11)
----
3011
uint
RWE
[loC;l]
[LoC.L]
Security Setting
Locked Access Level
Determines user level menu visibility when security is enabled.
See Features section under Password Security.
1 to 5
5
----
----
----
3016
uint
RWE
No Display
Security Setting
Locked State
Current level of security
Lock (228)
User (1684)
Admin (1685)
----
----
----
3023
uint
R
[roll]
[roLL]
Security Setting
Rolling Password
If set on, the password changes
each time the controller's power
is cycled. The Public Key is used
to determine the present password changes.
[``on] On (63)
[`off] Off (62)
Off
----
----
----
3019
uint
RWE
[pas;u]
[PAS.u]
Security Setting
User Password
Set user password - Used to
acquire access to menus made
available through the
Locked Access Level setting.
10 to 999
63
----
----
----
3017
uint
RWE
----
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values
can be read with another interface.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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[pas;a]
[PAS.A]
Access Module
Parameter Name
Description
Security Setting
Administrator Password
Set administrator password Used to acquire full access to
change passwords.
Range
•
Factory Page
Default
156
10 to 999
CIP
Modbus
Relative
Address
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
----
----
----
3018
uint
RWE
----
----
----
3020
uint
R
----
----
----
3022
int
RW
Profibus Parameter
Index
ID
Data Type
& Read/
Write
[ULoC]
[FCty]
Security Setting Menu
----
[Code]
[CodE]
Security Setting
Public Key
The Public Key is used to determine the present password if the
password is unknown. If Rolling
Password is turned on, this will
generate a new random number
every time the power is cycled.
If Rolling Password is off, a fixed
number will be displayed.
Customer Specific
[pass]
[PASS]
Security Setting
Password
If password is enabled, enter
password here to access lock settings or password changes.
-1999 to 9999
0
[diAg]
[FCty]
Diagnostics Menu
[`S;id]
[ S.id]
Diagnostics Menu
Software ID
0 to 2,147,483,647
----
2
0x65
(101)
1
2
----
1002
dint
R
[`S;rL]
[ S.rL]
Diagnostics Menu
Software Release Version
0 to 2,147,483,647
----
4
0x65
(101)
1
3
----
1003
dint
R
[`S;Pr]
[ S.Pr]
Diagnostics Menu
Software Prototype Version
0 to 2,147,483,647
----
6
0x65
(101)
1
4
----
1004
dint
R
[S;bLd]
[S.bLd]
Diagnostics Menu
Software Build Number
Display the firmware build
number.
0 to 2,147,483,647
----
8
0x65
(101)
1
5
----
1005
dint
R
[``Sn]
[ Sn]
Diagnostics Menu
Serial Number
Display the serial number.
0 to 2,147,483,647
----
12
0x65
(101)
1
7
----
1007
dint
RWE
[dAtE]
[dAtE]
Diagnostics Menu
Date of Manufacture
Display the date code.
0 to 2,147,483,647
----
14
0x65
(101)
1
8
----
1008
dint
RWE
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values
can be read with another interface.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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Parameter Name
Description
[iP;AC] Diagnostics Menu
[iP.AC] Actual IP Addressing Mode
Range
•
Factory Page
Class
Instance
Attribute
hex (dec)
DHCP
----
----
----
17013
uint
RW
Default
[none] None (61)
[dhCP] DHCP
(1281)
[F;Add] Fixed Address (1284)
[fail] Fail (32)
CIP
Modbus
Relative
Address
Profibus Parameter
Index
ID
Data Type
& Read/
Write
[iP;A1]
[iP.A1]
Diagnostics Menu
IP Actual Address Part 1
0 to 255
----
----
----
----
17044
uint
RW
[iP;A2]
[iP.A2]
Diagnostics Menu
IP Actual Address Part 2
0 to 255
----
----
----
----
17045
uint
RW
[iP;A3]
[iP.A3]
Diagnostics Menu
IP Actual Address Part 3
0 to 255
----
----
----
----
17046
uint
RW
[iP;A4]
[iP.A5]
Diagnostics Menu
IP Actual Address Part 4
0 to 255
----
----
----
----
17047
uint
RW
No Display
Diagnostics Menu
Hardware ID
0 to 2147483647
0
0x65
(101)
1
1
----
1001
dint
R
25
Note: Some values will be rounded off to fit in the four-character display. Full values
can be read with another interface.
If there is only one instance of a menu, no submenus will appear.
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Chapter 6: RMA Features
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Access Module Factory Page Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Saving And Restoring User Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Using Lockout to Hide Pages and Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Using Password Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Real Time Clock (RTC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Data Logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Backup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Restore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Software Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Function Block Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Backup / Restore Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Data Logging Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Logging Point Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Diagnostics Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Global Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Real Time Clock Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
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Variable Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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Saving And Restoring User Settings
Recording setup and operations parameter settings
for future reference is very important. If you unintentionally change these, you will need to program the
correct settings back into the controller to return the
equipment to operational condition.
After you program the controller and verify proper operation, use User Save Set [USr;S] (Setup Page,
Global Menu) to save the settings into either of two
files in a special section of memory. If the settings in
the controller are altered and you want to return the
controller to the saved values, use User Restore Set
[USr; r] (Setup Page, Global Menu) to recall one of
the saved settings.
out for the Write Lockout Security prompt and the
Read Lockout Security prompt. The Write Lockout
has 6 levels (0-5) of security where the Read Lockout
has 5 (1-5). Therefore, level "0" applies to Set Lockout
only. "Y" equates to yes (can write/read) where "N"
equates to no (cannot write/read). The colored cells
simply differentiate one level from the next.
Lockout Security [SLoC] & [rloC]
Lockout Level
1
2
3
4
5
Home Page
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Operations Page
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Setup Page
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Factory Page
Diagnostic Menu
Note:
Perform the above procedure when you are sure that
all the correct settings are programmed into the module. Saving the settings overwrites any previously
saved collection of settings. Be sure to document all
of the module settings.
If unintentional changes to parameter settings might
raise safety concerns or lead to downtime, your can
use the lockout feature to make them more secure.
Each of the menus in the Factory Page and each
of the pages, except the Factory Page, has a security
level assigned to it. You can change the read and
write access to these menus and pages by using the
parameters in the Lockout Menu (Factory Page).
Lockout Menu
There are three parameters in the Lockout Menu
that can be used to restrict access to various menu's
in the RMA module that can be found in the Factory
Page, Security [`loC] Setting Menu:
• Lock Operations Page [LoC;o] sets the security lev-
el for the Operations Page (default: 2).
Note:
The Home and Setup Page lockout levels are fixed and
cannot be changed.
• Read Lockout Security [rLoC] determines which pages can be accessed. The user can access the se-
lected level and all lower levels. (default: 5)
•Write Lockout Security [SLoC] determines which parameters within accessible pages can be written to. The user can write to the selected level and all lower levels. (default: 5)
•Locked Access Level [loC; l] determines user level menu visibility when an RUI is in use.
Note:
The menu lockout function applies only when an RUI
(optional hardware) is in use. This setting has no impact when using EZ-ZONE Configurator software.
The table below represents the various levels of lock•
N
Y
Y
Lockout Menu
Using Lockout to Hide Pages and Menus
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[LoC;O]
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
[ pas ; e ]
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
[rloC]
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
[sloC]
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
The following examples show how the Lockout Menu
parameters may be used in applications:
1. If Set Lockout Security [SLoC] is set to 0 and
Read Lockout Security [rLoC] is set to 5, all
pages will be accessible, however, changes will
not be allowed on any pages or menus, with one
exception: Set Lockout Security [SLoC] can be
changed to a higher level.
2. The operator wants to read all the menus and not
allow any parameters to be changed.
In the Factory Page, Lockout Menu, set Read
Lockout Security [rLoC] to 5 and Set Lockout
Security [SLoC] to 0.
3. The operator wants to read the Operations Page,
Setup Page, Diagnostics Menu and the Lock
Menu. The operator also wants to read and write
to the Home Page.
In the Factory Page, Lockout Menu, set Read
Lockout Security [rLoC] to 1 and Set Lockout
Security [SLoC] to 5.
In the Factory Page, Lockout Menu, set Lock Operations Page [LoC;O] to 2.
Using Password Security
It is sometimes desirable to apply a higher level of
security to the module where a limited number of
menus are visible while not providing access to others without a security password. Without the appropriate password those menus will remain inaccessible. If Password Enabled [ pas ; e ] in the Factory
Page under the Lock [`loC] Menu is set to on, an
overriding Password Security will be in effect. When
in effect, the only Pages that a User without a password has visibility to are defined in the Locked Access Level [loC;L] prompt. On the other hand, a user
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with a password would have visibility restricted by
the Read Lockout Security [rloC] . As an example,
with Password Enabled and the Locked Access Level
[loC;L] set to 1 and [rloC] is set to 3, the available
Pages for a user without a password would be limited
to the Home and Factory Pages (locked level 1). If the
user password is entered all pages would be accessible with the exception of the Setup Page as defined
by level 3 access.
How to Enable Password Security
1. Go to the Factory Page by holding down the Infinity ˆ key and the Advance ‰ key for approximately
six seconds.
2. Again push the Advance ‰ key until the Password
Enabled [ pas ; e ] prompt is visible. Lastly, push either the up or down key to turn it on.
Once Password Enable is turned on, 4 new prompts
will appear:
b.If the Rolling Password [roll] was turned on proceed on through steps 3 - 9.
3. Assuming the Code [Cod e] prompt (Public Key) is still visible on the face of the control simply push the Advance key ‰ to proceed to the Password [ pass] prompt. If not find your way back to the Factory Page as described above.
4.Execute the calculation defined below (7b or 8b) for either the User or Administrator.
5.Enter the result of the calculation in the upper dis-
play by using the Up ¿ and Down ¯ arrow keys or use EZ-ZONE Confgurator Software.
6. Exit the Factory Page by pushing and holding the Infinity ˆ key for two seconds.
Formulas used by the User and the Administrator to
calculate the Password follows:
Passwords equal:
7. User
a. If Rolling Password [roll] is Off, Password [ pass] equals User Password [ pas ; u ] .
3. [loC; l] - Locked Access Level (1 to 5) correspond
ing to the lockout table above.
4. [roll] - Rolling Password will change the Customer Code every time power is cycled.
5. [ pas ; u ] , User Password which is needed for a User to acquire access to the control.
6. [ pas ; a ] , Administrator Password which is needed to acquire administrative access to the control.
The Administrator can either change the User and
or the Administrator password or leave them in the
default state. Once Password Security is enabled they
will no longer be visible to anyone other than the Administrator. As can be seen in the formula that follows, either the User or Administrator will need to
know what those passwords are to acquire a higher
level of access to the control. Back out of this menu
by pushing the Infinity ˆ key. Once out of the menu,
the Password Security will be enabled.
How to Acquire Access to the Module
To acquire access to any inaccessible Pages or Menus,
go to the Factory Page and enter the Unlock [UloC]
Menu. Once there follow the steps below:
Note:
The unlock menu will appear only if the Password Enable prompt has been enabled.
b.If Rolling Password [roll] is On, Password [ pass] equals: ([ pas ; u ] x code) Mod 929 + 70
8. Administrator
a. If Rolling Password [roll] is Off, Password [ pass] equals User Password [ pas ; a ] .
b. If Rolling Password [roll] is On, Password [ pass] equals:
([ pas ; a ] x code) Mod 997 + 1000
Differences Between a User Without Password,
User With Password and Administrator
- User without a password is restricted by the Locked Access Level [loC; l] .
- A User with a password is restricted by the Read Lockout Security [rloC] never having ac-
cess to the Lock Menu [`loC] .
- An Administrator is restricted according to the Read Lockout Security [rloC] however, the Ad-
ministrator has access to the Lock Menu where the Read Lockout can be changed.
Real Time Clock (RTC)
1. Acquire either the User Password [ pas ; u ] or the Administrator Password [ pas ; a ] .
The RTC is used with the RMC module equipped
with the profiling feature and Data Logging (date
2. Push the Advance ‰ key one time where the Code and time stamp). With a little thought (using wait-for
steps, logic and compare functions), the programmer
[Cod e] prompt will be visible.
can use the RTC to synchronize RMC profile engines.
Note:
While executing a profile the application requirea.If the the Rolling Password is off push the Ad-
ments may dictate that if power is lost and then re vance key one more time where the Password stored that the profile execution automatically termi [ pass] prompt will be displayed. Proceed to
nate or conversely continue where it left off based on
either step 7a or 8a. Pushing the Up ¿ or Down how long the power was out. Within the Setup Page
¯ arrow keys enter either the User or Adminis-
under the Profile Menu a parameter can be found
trator Password. Once entered, push and hold that addresses this need; it is called the "Power Off
the Infinity ˆ key for two seconds to return to Time" [ poti] . This time is defined in seconds and a
the Home Page.
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RTC is required to use this feature. As an example,
if the Power Off Time were set to 300 and the power
is lost while a profile is executing and then restored
before 5 minutes expires, the profile would continue
where it was at prior to the loss of power. If the power were to be restored after 300 seconds expires the
profile would be terminated.
Data Logging
The RMA module equipped (RMAX-XXXD-XXXX)
and configured for data logging is capable of recording data points every second to every hour. This
setting (Period, [ perd ]) can be found in the Setup
Page under the Data Logging Menu. All recording
is stored to an SD card on the RMA module where
all data points must be from RM modules on the
same Inter-module Bus network. The RMA module
equipped with this feature is shipped with a 2 GB
card. If a user chose to use one of their own there is
no limitation with regards to the size of the SD card
that can be used.
Along with the setting for the frequency of the
writing activity there is another setting that the user
will set (Full Action, [ f; a ct]) that determines how
the RMA module will react when the card becomes
full, as the name implies. When free memory is less
than 1 MB, the card is considered to be full. This setting can also be found on the Setup Page under the
Data Logging Menu. There are two actions that can
be taken when this condition exists:
1. Stop
2. Overwrite - then delete oldest files first until an
additional 1.5 MB is available.
The file name and folder structure as it is stored to
the SD card is defined in the RMA firmware and can
be seen below. When the file number needs to increment, the current file shall be closed and the new
file will be opened. Conditions that can cause the file
number to increment:
• RMA module powers up
• RTC date changes
• File size reaches the maximum size of 1 MB
• Number of lines exceeds maximum number of
lines supported by Microsoft Excel
• Defined log points are changed
• USB mounts and dismounts the SD card
All files saved to the SD card are in comma delimited format where they can be easily opened using
any software package capable of reading *.csv files,
such as Microsoft ® Excel. After data logging is complete the SD card can be read via an SD card reader
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or from the RMA module directly. To connect the PC
directly to the RMA module simply connect a miniUSB cable to the RMA and a type B (for most computers) USB cable to the PC.
Note:
All data logging will discontinue after a USB cable is
connected from the PC to the RMA module.
Once connected to the SD card, drill down to the
data files and simply open it up using your software
of choice to see the recorded data. The data below
was recorded from an RMC module (zone 8). The date
and time formats can be changed (Setup Menu, RTC
Menu) along with the precision of the data (Setup
Page, Log Point Menu).
Backup
The RMA module equipped with limited backup capabilities (RMAX-XXXA-XXXX) can backup no more
than 4 RM modules. It will do so from the lowest to
highest zone number. Because this option stores the
backup information for these modules in the on-board
memory of the RMA itself, there are some dependencies that must be considered. All four modules will
be backed up if no more than 2 modules has profiling
capabilities. If there are more than 2 modules with
profiling the last module will not be backed up. If all
4 have profiling just 2 out of the 4 modules will be
backed up. If there is a need to backup all modules
the unlimited version must be used. The unlimited
version (RMAX-XXX[B,Y,D]-XXXX) stores all backup information to the SD card for all RM modules on
the Standard Bus network from the lowest to highest
zone number.
Note:
While performing a backup if the SD card runs out of
memory the backup will occur on zones up to the last
zone that fit on the SD Card. For this reason, it would
make sense to perform a backup of all RM modules
prior to data logging.
Restore
If the user sets Restore to Now, all modules that had
been previously backed up will be restored from the
lowest zone to the highest assuming zone address
and the part numbers are the same.
If the user sets Restore to Change, the RMA will restore all modules with a serial number change. For
this to occur the zone address and part numbers for
the swapped out modules must be identical to those
that had been previously backed up.
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Software Configuration
Using EZ-ZONE® Configurator Software
To enable a user to configure the RMA module using a personal computer (PC), Watlow has provided
free software for your use (Windows® XP only). If you
have not yet obtained a copy of this software insert
the CD (Controller Support Tools, delivered with the
module) into your CD drive and install the software.
Alternatively, if you are viewing this document electronically and have a connection to the internet simply click on the link below and download the software
from the Watlow web site free of charge.
http://www.watlow.com/products/software/zone_config.cfm
Once the software is installed double click on the EZZONE Configurator icon placed on your desktop during the installation process. If you cannot find the
icon follow the steps below to run the software:
1. Move your mouse to the "Start" button
2. Place the mouse over "All Programs"
3. Navigate to the "Watlow" folder and then the sub-
folder "EZ-ZONE Configurator"
4.Click on EZ-ZONE Configurator to run.
The first screen that will appear is shown below.
If the PC is already physically connected to the RMA
module click the next button to go on-line.
The available options allow the user to select "Try
them all" or to use a specific known communications
port. After installation of your converter if you are
not sure which communications port was allocated
select "Try them all" and then click next. The screen
to follow shows that the software is scanning for
devices on the network and that progress is being
made.
When complete the software will display all of the
available devices found on the network as shown below.
Note:
When establishing communications from PC to the
RMA module an interface converter will be required.
The Standard Bus network uses EIA-485 as the interface. Most PCs today would require a USB to EIA-485
converter. However, some PCs may still be equipped
with EIA-232 ports, therefore an EIA-232 to EIA-485
converter would be required.
As can be seen in the above screen shot the software
provides the user with the option of downloading a
previously saved configuration as well as the ability
to create a configuration off-line to download later.
The screen shots that follow will take the user online.
After clicking the next button above it is necessary to
select the communications port on the PC to use.
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In the previous screen shot the RMA is shown highlighted to bring greater clarity to the module in focus. Any EZ-ZONE device on the network will appear
in this window and would be available for the purpose of configuration or monitoring. After clicking on
the module of choice simply click the next button once
again. The next screen appears below.
erations Menu will appear next and perhaps deliver
more clarity for the area of focus by not displaying
unwanted menus and parameters. Once the focus is
brought to an individual parameter (single click of
mouse) as is the case for Local Remote Gateway 1 in
the left column, all that can be setup related to that
parameter will appear in the center column. The
In the screen shot above notice that the device part
number is clearly displayed at the top of the page
(green highlight added for emphasis). When multiple
EZ-ZONE devices are on the network it is important
that the part number be noted prior to configuring so
as to avoid making unwanted configuration changes
to another control.
grayed out field in the center column simply means
that those parameters do not apply. In this particular
case, Modbus TCP Enable has been set to No under
the Communications Menu, therefore, it is not possible to define the Modbus Address Offset. To speed
up the process of configuration notice that at the bottom of the center column there is an option to copy
settings. If Gateway 1, 2 and 3 will be configured the
same click on "Copy Settings" where a copy from / to
dialog box will appear allowing for quick duplication
of all settings. Notice too, that by clicking on any of
those items in the center column that context sensitive help will appear for that particular item in the
right hand column.
Looking closely at the left hand column (Parameter
Menus) notice that it displays all of the available
menus and associated parameters within the control.
The menu structure as laid out within this software
follows:
- Setup
- Operations
- Factory
Navigating from one menu to the next is easy and
clearly visible. Simply slide the scroll bar up or down
to display the menu and parameter of choice. As an
alternative, clicking on the negative symbol next to
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Lastly, when the configuration is complete click the
"Finish" button at the bottom right of the previous
screen shot. The screen that follows this action can
be seen below.
Although the RMA module now contains the configuration (because the previous discussion focused on
doing the configuration on-line) it is suggested that
after the configuration process is completed that the
user save this file on the PC for future use. If for
some reason someone inadvertently changed a setting without understanding the impact it would be
easy and perhaps faster to download a saved configuration back to the control versus trying to figure out
what was changed.
Of course, there is an option to exit without saving a
copy to the local hard drive.
After selecting Save above click the "Finish" button
once again. The screen below will than appear.
When saving the configuration note the location
where the file will be placed (Saved in) and enter the
file name (File name) as well. The default path for
saved files follows:
\Program Files\Watlow\EZ-ZONE CONFIGURATOR\Saved Configurations
The user can save the file to any folder of choice.
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Function Block Descriptions
[dLog] Data Logging Menu
[`SEt] Setup Page
Each of the next several pages graphically shows each of
the RMA function blocks. Note that as you view each you
will find text that is black and text that appears gray. The
gray text represents inputs that are not currently available
based on the functions defined use (red text). For instance,
when the defined use of the Ethernet IP Address Mode is
set to DHCP (where a DHCP host supplies the IP address)
all fields for the IP address will appear gray.
[PErd] Period : 1 to 3,600 seconds
[F;Act] Full Action : Stop, Overwrite
[SFn;A] Source Function A (Logging Enable) : None,
Alarm, Compare, Counter, Digital I/O, Profile
Event Out A to H, Function Key, Logic, Timer,
Variable
[Si;A] Source Instance A : 1 to 24
[S2;A] Source Zone A : 0 to 16
Backup / Restore Function
R
Sa esto
ve re
[dLog] Data Logging Menu
[oPEr] Operation Page
[StAt] Status : OK, No Memory, Paused
Status
[a;me] Available Logging Memory : 0 to 9,999
Megabytes
Current Zone
Backup
Overview
[A;ti] Available Logging Time : 0 to 9,999 hours
Instances - 1 per RMA
[bCUP] Backup Menu
[`SEt] Setup Page
Logging Point Function
Assign data points to log using Log Point Function
Block. Use Data Logging Function Block to start and
stop data logging to memory. The file format stored
on the SD card is comma delimited. If data point is
not accessible, data point is recorded as ‘stale’.
[SAuE] Save : Off, Now
[rESt] Restore : Off, Now, Change
[bCUP] Backup Menu
[oPEr] Operation Page
Error: None, Open, Shorted, Measurement Error,
Bad Cal Data, Ambient Error, Fail, Math Error, Not Sourced, Stale
[StAt] Status : Off, Save, Restore,
Monitor, Complete, Error
[2onE] Current Zone : 1 to 16
Di
sp
[bStA] Backup Status
[oPEr] Operation Page
[StAt] Status : None, OK, No Memory,
No Module, No Image, Error
Source Function A
Source Instance A
Source Zone A
Source Error A
Data Logging Function
Pr
eci
sio
n
Error
Log Point Function Block
Overview
Use Source Function A to activate logging.
200 instances per RMA
Fu
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Pe l Act
rio ion
d
Source Function A
Source Instance A
Source Zone A
Source Error A
lay
[dLog] Data Logging Menu
[`SEt] Setup Page
[sfn;a] Source Function A : None, Analog Input,
Current, Cool Power, Heat Power, Power,
Linearization, Math, Process Value, Set
Point Closed, Set Point Open, Variable,
Alarm, Compare, Counter, Digital I/O,
Profile Event Out A to H, Function Key,
Limit, Logic, Special Function Output 1 to
4, Timer
Status
Available Logging Memory
Available Logging Time
configured Log Point values
[`Si;A] Source Instance A : 1 to 24
Data Logging
Instances - 1 per RMA
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[`S2;A] Source Zone A : 0 to 16
[perd] Display Precision : Source, Whole, Tenths,
Hundredths, Thousandths
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Diagnostics Function
Real Time Clock Function
Device Name : EZ-ZONE RM
The RTC allows profiles to pause until a given
amount time elapses or a given date occurs. It also
allows for a date and time stamp when data logging.
Device Status : OK, Fail
Hardware ID : 25 (RMA)
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Real Time Clock
Overview
Instances - 1 per RMA
[`rtC] Real Time Clock Menu
[`SEt] Setup Page
Software ID
Software Release Version
Software Prototype Version
[hoUr] Hour : 0 to 23
Software Build Number
[Min] Minutes : 0 to 59
Serial Number
[Mon] Month : 1 to 12
Date of Manufacture
Diagnostics
Overview
Instances - 1 per RMA
[dAtE] Date : 1 to 31
Hardware ID
[yEAr] Year : 2008 to 2100
Device Status
[dOW] Day of Week : Sunday, Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
[t;For] Time Format : HH:MM, HH:MM:SS
Device Name
[d;For] Date Format : MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY
[diAg] Diagnostics Menu
[FAct] Factory Page
Security Function
[`S;id] Software ID : 0, 1, 2, ...
[`S;rL] Software Release Version : 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, ...
If Password is enabled, the user must enter the Password to get to menus that have been blocked due to
lock level settings. Rolling passwords required a new
password each time the power has been cycled to the
controller. It will be different for every controller. The
administrator password is required to change the security settings even if the user enters their password
to override the security settings.
[`S;Pr] Software Prototype Version : 1
[S;bLd] Software Build Number : 0 to 999
[``Sn] Serial Number : xxxxxx
[dAtE] Date of Manufacture : YWW format
[ip;aC] Actual IP Addressing Mode : None, Fixed
IP Address, DHCP, Fail
[iP;A1] IP Actual Address Part 1 : xxx
[iP;A2] IP Actual Address Part 2 : xxx
Note:
Set on a Zone by Zone basis. This is independent of
the RUI Security Setting.
[iP;A3] IP Actual Address Part 3 : xxx
[iP;A4] IP Actual Address Part 4 : xxx
[iP;A5] IP Actual Address Part 5 : xxx
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[iP;A6] IP Actual Address Part 6 : xxx
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Global Function
Security Function Block
Overview
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Instances - 1 per RMA
[`LoC] Lock Menu
[FAct] Factory Page
[LoC;o] Operations Page : 1 to 3
Global
Overview
[LoC;P] Profiling Page : 1 to 3
[PAS;E] Password Enable : Off, On
Instances - 1 per RMA
[r;LoC] Read Lock : 1 to 5
[S;LoC] Write Security : 1 to 5
Output Value
[LoC;L] Locked Access Level : 1 to 5
[gLbL] Global Menu
[`SEt] Setup Page
[roL;L] Rolling Password : Off, On
[PAS;u] User Password : 10 to 999
[`C_F] Display Units : F, C
[PAS;A] Administrator Password : 10 to 999
[AC;Lf] AC Line Frequency : 50 Hz, 60 Hz
[d;PrS] Display Pairs : 1 to 10
[ULoC] Unlock Menu
[FAct] Factory Page
[USr;S] User Settings Save : None, User Set 1,
User Set 2
[USr;r] User Settings Restore : None, User Set 1,
User Set 2, Factory
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[PASS] Password : xxx
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Variable Function
Ranges specified in units or degrees F if expressed in
degrees C, range is smaller
Error: None, Open, Shorted, Measurement Error,
Bad Cal Data, Ambient Error, RTD Error,
Fail, Math Error, Not Sourced, Stale
Function passes stored value to output.
[``o; u ]Output value: -1,999000 to 9,999.000 or On,
Off
Di An
git al Da
al og
Va Va ta Ty Un
lue lue pe its
Output Value
Error
Variable
Overview
Instances - 1 per RMA
[`uAr] Variable Menu
[`SEt] Setup Page
[tyPE] Data Type : Analog, Digital
[`Dig] Digital Value : On, Off
[AnLg] Analog Value : -1,999.000 to 9,999.000
[Unit] Units : None, Absolute Temperature,
Relative Temperature, Power,
Process, Relative Humidity
Di An
git al Da
al og
Va Va ta Ty Un
lue lue pe its
Output Value
Error
Variable
Digital
Di An
git al Da
al og
Va Va ta Ty Un
lue lue pe its
Output Value
Error
Variable
Analog
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Chapter 7: RMA Communications
EZ-ZONE RMA & Communications
With the introduction of the first Programmable
Logic Controllers (PLC's) in the early to mid 1970's
it quickly became apparent that there was a need
to communicate between one PLC and another, and
then on a wider scale, between PLC's and other computers within the company infrastructure. Some of
those needs involved applications with interlinking
processes, such as batch processes or assembly lines
utilizing multiple controls that required better synchronization and control.
Over time, the scope of the requirements for industrial communications broadened and became
better defined, with specific needs being addressed.
Those requirements and specifications centered on
collecting data, configuring controls, and controlling
a process.
Protocols
The Protocol describes how to exchange data. Due
to the volume of traffic (limited bandwidth) and sensitivity to disturbances on the network the protocol
will define the number of bits in a packet of information, the speed of the data transfer, whether or not
error checking is done, etc... There are a number of
different data communications protocols in use today. The EZ-ZONE RMA module can be optionally
equipped with the following protocols:
- Modbus® RTU & TCP
- Profibus® DP
- EtherNet/IP™
- DeviceNet™
Each of these protocols are heavily in use today within a wide array of industrial applications.
Modbus
Introduction to the Modbus Protocol
Gould Modicon, now called AEG Schneider, first created the protocol referred to as "Modbus RTU" used
in process control systems. Modbus provides the advantage of being extremely reliable in exchanging
information, a highly desirable feature for industrial
data communications. This protocol works on the
principle of packet exchanges. The packet contains
the address of the controller to receive the information, a command field that says what is to be done
with the information, and several fields of data. Each
RM module User's Guide has a comprehensive listing of these registers found in the Operations, Setup,
Profiling, and Factory Pages.
Many parameter values within the various RM
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modules are four bytes in length and require two
Modbus registers. By default, the low order word contains the two lower bytes of the 32 bit parameter and
the high register number contains the two higher
bytes. If it makes your programming easier you may
reverse this Modbus default when using RM modules where the low register number contains the two
higher bytes and the high register number contains
the two lower bytes. This setting can be modified in
the RM Access Setup pages under the Communications [Com ] Menu.
If it is desired to acquire more information on Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP direct your browser to:
http://www.modbus.org.
User Programmable Memory Blocks
The RMA module equipped with the Modbus protocol features a block of 40 contiguous Modbus registers that can be configured by the user to reflect the
parameters of their choice. This assembly allows for
direct read/write (depending on actual parameter) access in one contiguous block. When the RMA is used
in conjunction with other RM modules it is important
to know the assembly sizes for each. The list below
reflects the size for each module as of this revision.
• RMC (Control) equals 40 members
• RME (Expansion) equals 40 members
• RMA equals 40 members
• RMH (High Density) equals 80 members
• RML (Limit) equals 80 members
• RMS (Scanner) equals 80 members
To acquire a better understanding of the tables found
in the back of this guide please read through the text
below which defines the column headers used. (See
Appendix: Modbus Programmable Memory Blocks)
Assembly Definition Addresses
Fixed addresses used to define the parameter that
will be stored in the "Assembly Working Addresses";
may also be referred to as a pointer. The value stored
in these addresses will reflect (point to) the Modbus
address of a parameter within an RM module.
Assembly Working Addresses
Fixed addresses directly related to their associated
"Assembly Definition Addresses" (e.g., Working Addresses 200 & 201 will assume the parameter pointed to by definition addresses 40 & 41). Take a look at
the section entitled "Modbus Default Assembly Structure 40-119" found in the Appendix. The RMC assembly can be seen where the first member is identified as "Control Loop Set Point 1". This is a writable
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parameter, therefore, within the user program when
writing a new value to Modbus registers 200 and 201
the RMC loop 1 Closed Loop Set Point will change
accordingly. So, when the Modbus address of a target
parameter is stored in an "Assembly Definition Address" its corresponding working address will return
that parameter’s actual value. If it’s a writable paModbus Offset
0
and the lower display shows [bAUd]. Use the
up and or down arrow key to change the baud
rate.
6. Push the Advance Key ‰ to view the current
parity setting. The upper display shows [nonE]
and lower display shows [PAr]. If desired, use
the up and or down arrow key to change the
RMA with Modbus RTU Gateway
RMA/Gateway
[gtW] 1 = RM 1
[Com]
Modbus Address
[Ad;m] = 1-247
Modbus Offset
10000
OIT, PC, PLC
Baud Rate
[baud] = 9.6, 19.2, 38.4kb
Parity
[par] = [none], [euen], [odd]
Modbus RTU
Modbus Word Order
[M;hl] = [lohi] or [hilo]
[gtW] 4 = RM 4
Modbus Offset
20000
RMA/Gateway ( [gtW] ) Setup
Gateway Prompts
[gtW] = 1 - 17
(Gateway Instance)
[Du;En] = Yes or No
(Enable gateway instance)
Modbus Offset
30000
[Du;st] = [On] or [off]
(Device Status)
[MoF] = 0 - 9999
(Modbus Offset)
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(Daisy chain EIA-485)
EZ-ZONE Controllers
1 - 17 maximum
parity.
rameter, as in the case described above, writing to its
working registers will change the parameters actual
value.
7. Push the Advance Key ‰ to view the Modbus
TCP Word Order, which allows the user to
swap the high and low order 16-bit values of a
32 bit member.. The factory default is [lohi]
low/high as shown in the upper display and
the lower display shows the byte order prompt
[ m ; hl] .
8. Push the Advance Key ‰ to view the current
units as passed between gateway devices and
the master on the network. The upper display
shows [```f] and lower display shows [`C_f].
If desired, use the up and or down arrow key to
change the units.
9. Lastly, push the Advance Key ‰ to view whether or not parameters written from the master
device (typically a PLC) will be saved in the
slave (RM module). The upper display shows
[`yes] or [``no] and lower display shows the
non-volatile save prompt [`nU;s]. If desired, use
the up and or down arrow key to change the
from yes to no.
10. Push the Infinity Key ˆ three times or push
and hold for approximately 3 seconds to navigate back to the Home Page.
Using Modbus RTU
Configuring the Gateway
If using and RUI, reference the graphic below as an
example, and follow the steps provided to configure
the Modbus communication port as well as each gateway instance (RM Module).
Communications Port Settings:
Starting from the RUI Home Page.
1. Push and hold the up and down arrow keys
on the front panel for six seconds to go the the
Setup Menu.
2. Push the up or down arrow key until [CoM]
(Communications Menu) appears in the upper
display and [`SEt] in the lower display.
3. Push the green Advance Key ‰ to enter the
Communications Menu. The upper display
shows the current Modbus address ([1], factory
default) and the lower display shows the address prompt [ad;m].
4. Push the up arrow key until the chosen address appears in the upper display.
Gateway Settings:
Starting from the RUI Home Page.
1.Push and hold the up and down arrow keys on
5. Push the green Advance Key ‰ to change the
baud rate. The upper display shows [9600],
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the front panel for six seconds to go the the Setup
Menu.
2.Push the up or down arrow key until [gtw]
(Gateway Menu) appears in the upper display
and [`SEt] in the lower display.
3.Push the green Advance Key ‰ to begin configuration of the first gateway instance (RM module
zone 1). The upper display shows instance one [1]
and the lower display shows the gateway prompt
[gtw].
4.Push the green Advance Key ‰ once where the
upper display indicates [``no] as the default
and the lower display shows the enable/disable
prompt [du; en] .
6.Push the Advance Key ‰ to view the current status of this instance. The upper display will show
either [`off] or [``on] depending on whether or not
a successful link has been established between
gateway and slave device. This is a read only
prompt.
7.Push the Advance Key ‰ to view the current
Modbus offset where the upper display will show
zero [```0] as a default and the lower display
show the Modbus Offset prompt [ m ; o f] . If desired, use the up arrow key to change the offset.
8.Push the Infinity Key ˆ three times or push it
and hold for approximately 3 seconds to navigate
back to the Home Page.
Note:
The Modbus Offset [M;oF] as modified through the
RUI cannot exceed 9999. Therefore, if it is desired
to utilize a Modbus offset as shown in the previous
graphic (above 9999) it must be entered using EZZONE Configurator software. This software can be
downloaded free of charge from the Watlow web site:
http://www.watlow.com/products/software/zone_config.
cfm
Default RMA Communication Parameters (Modbus
RTU)
If your model number has a two in the identified
placeholder (RMA x - x [2] x x - x x x x) then these
defaults apply.
Address ([Ad;M]) = [```1]
Baud Rate ( [bAUd]) = [9600]
Parity ([PAr]) = [none]
Word Order [m;hl]) = [lohi]
Modbus Units ([`C_f]) = [```f]
Non-volatile Save ([`nU;s]) = [`y es]
Communications To/From a Master:
After configuring the gateway in order to read or
write the expected parameter from the expected
module the Modbus Offset prompt [mof] is most
significant. This parameter provides an offset for the
purpose of module selection while at the same time
providing the ability to read and or write to any given Modbus register.
As an example, lets assume the offsets are as
shown in the graphic on the previous page (RMA
with Modbus RTU Gateway) and the Master wants
to read instance one Closed Loop Set Point from both
RM module address 1 and 4. Open up the associated
RM User's Guide, turn to the Operations Page and
look in the Loop Menu for Closed Loop Set Point. To
read instance one Closed Loop Set Point from RM
module address 1 the appropriate absolute Modbus
address would be:
2500 + 400001 + Modbus offset (0) = 402501.
Notice that there is no offset applied in this example.
To read the Closed Loop Set Point from RM module
address 4 the absolute address would now be:
2500 + 400001 + Modbus offset (30000) = 432501.
As can be seen in this example, the Modbus Offset
defines the module (RM 4) where the specific Modbus address for the parameter in question does not
change. The values given for the Modbus Offset
[mof] prompt also determine the available Modbus
addresses for each module. Looking at the graphic on
the previous page, the following Modbus addresses
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would be available for each module:
RM 1, 400,001 - 410,000
RM 2, 410,001 - 420,000
RM 3, 420,001 - 430,000
RM 4, 430,001 - 440,000
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Using an RUI, change or view the RMA communication defaults by following the steps below:
1. Push and hold the up and down arrow keys on
the front panel for six seconds to go the the Setup Menu.
2. Push the up or down arrow key until [CoM]
(Communications Menu) appears in upper display and [`SEt] in the lower display.
3. Push the green Advance Key ‰ to enter the
Communications Menu. The upper display
shows [```1], and the lower display shows
[ad;m].
4. Push the up arrow key to change the Modbus
address.
5. Push the green Advance Key ‰ to change the
baud rate. The upper display shows [9600], and
the lower display shows [bAUd]. Use the up or
down arrow key to change the baud rate.
6. Push the Advance Key ‰ to change parity. The
upper display shows [nonE] and lower display
shows [`PAr]. Use the up or down arrow key to
change the parity.
7. Push the Advance Key ‰ to change the Modbus
TCP Word Order, which allows the user to swap
the high and low order 16 bit values of a 32 bit
member. The upper display shows [lohi] and
lower display shows [m;hl]. Use the up or down
arrow key to change the word order.
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perature units. The upper display shows [```f]
and lower display shows [`C_f]. Use the up
or down arrow key to change the temperature
units.
9. Push the Advance Key ‰ to change the Nonvolatile Save setting. The upper display shows
[`yes] and lower display shows [`nU;s]. Use
the up or down arrow key to change the Nonvolatile Save setting.
10. Push the Infinity Key ˆ three times or push
and hold for approximately 3 seconds to navigate back to the Home Page.
Ethernet Communications
Using Modbus TCP
Communications To/From a Master:
When Modbus TCP is enabled there are Modbus
related prompts (violet as shown in the following
graphic) that need to be addressed. They are:
1. Modbus TCP Enable [mb;e], turns Modbus on or
off.
2. Modbus TCP Word Order [m;hl], which allows
the user to swap the high and low order 16 bit
values of a 32 bit member.
3.
Modbus TCP Offset [m;of], which defines each of the available Modbus registers for each gate
way instance as well as the parameter. For fur-
ther information on this prompt see the section on the previous page entitled "Communications To/From a Master".
Common Industrial Protocol (CIP)
Introduction to CIP
With the introduction of CIP a user can now collect
data, configure a device and control industrial devices. CIP is an open protocol at the application layer
fully managed by the Open DeviceNet Vendors Association (ODVA, http://www.odva.org). Being that
this is an open protocol there are many independent
vendors offering a wide array of devices to the end
user. CIP provides the ability to communicate utilizing both implicit messaging (real-time I/O messaging), and explicit messaging (information/configuration messaging). For implicit communications using
a PLC simply configure the module (RMA) assembly
size into the I/O structure of the PLC (See: CIP Implicit Assemblies). The assembly structure can also
be changed by the user.
Explicit communications requires the use of specific
addressing information. DeviceNet requires that
the node address be specified where EtherNet/IP requires just the Class, Instance and Attribute.
• Node address or MAC ID (0 - 63, DeviceNet only)
• Class ID (1 to 255)
• Instance ID (0 to 255)
• Attribute ID (1 to 255)
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EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet are both based on CIP.
EtherNet/IP (Industrial Protocol) is a network communication standard capable of handling large
amounts of data at speeds of 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps,
and at up to 1,500 bytes per packet. It makes use
of standard off-the-shelf Ethernet chip sets and the
currently installed physical media (hardware connections). DeviceNet was the first field bus offering
of the ODVA group and has been around for many
years. DeviceNet can communicate at 125, 250 and
500 kilobytes per second with a maximum limitation
of 64 nodes (0 to 63) on the network. The RMA module equipped with Ethernet and DeviceNet hardware
supports implicit and unconnected explicit messages.
To enable Ethernet communications with legacy
Allen-Bradley PLCs the Ethernet card also supports
the PCCC protocol.
CIP Implicit Assemblies
Communications using CIP (EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet) can be accomplished with any RM module
using the RMA. As was already mentioned, reading
or writing when using CIP can be accomplished via
explicit and or implicit communications. Explicit communications is usually executed via a message instruction within the PLC but there are other ways to
do this as well outside of the focus of this document.
Implicit communications is also commonly referred to as polled communications. When using implicit communications there is an I/O assembly that
would be read or written to. The default assemblies
and the assembly size is embedded into the firmware
of the specific module in use and they can be different from module to module. Watlow refers to these
assemblies as the T to O (Target to Originator) and
the O to T (Originator to Target) assemblies where
the Target is always the EZ-ZONE controller and
the Originator is the PLC or master on the network.
There is also a common industry reference to these
assemblies that may be encountered For most RM
modules the O to T assembly is made up of 40 (32bit) members where the T to O consists of 41 (32-bit)
members. All assembly members are user configurable with the exception of the first T to O member.
The first member of the T to O assembly is called the
Device Status, it is unique to the RMA and cannot be
changed. Bits 16 - 31 of this 32-bit word represents
the communications status of the RM modules (zones)
on the Standard Bus side of the RMA when enabled.
Once a Zone is enabled, valid communications will be
represented with the bit set to a "1", if set to "0", the
RMA is not communicating with the zone. Bit 16 represents Zone 1 where bit 31 represents Zone 16. The
40 members that follow Device Status are user configurable. The Appendix of this User's Guide contains
the assemblies for each of the RM modules (See Appendix: CIP Implicit Assembly Structure by product).
Compact Implicit Assembly Class
Along with the standard implicit assembly where
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bit assembly member there is also a Compact Class
of the assembly. The need for the Compact Class of
assembly members became apparent as the high
density RM modules (up to 16 control loops) were being developed. The Compact Class allows for better
utilization of each bit within an assembly member
by compacting parameters within one 32-bit assembly member. As an example, if a standard assembly
member were configured as a Variable just 7 bits out
of the 32 will be used to write an off (62) or on (63)
When changing the implicit assembly of any given
RM module through the RMA, ensure that the CIP Instance Offset is added to the documented instance for
any given parameter as well as the assembly instance.
As an example, if it were desired to do the above operation on RM 3 in the DeviceNet graphic the value
to write would now be 0x6A, 0x09 and 0x01 (Class,
Instance and Attribute respectively) to 0x77, 0x09 and
0x0E. Notice that the CIP Offset was added to each.
RMA with Ethernet Gateway
CIP Offset
1- 3
Modbus Offset
0
OIT, PC, PLC
[Com]
[gtW] 1 = RM 1
Modbus Word Order
[M;hl] = [lohi] or [hilo]
CIP Offset
5- 8
Modbus Offset
10000
EtherNet Addressing Mode
[ip;m] = [dhCp] or [F;Add]
RMA/Gateway ( [gtW] ) Setup
Gateway Prompts
Modbus Offset
20000
[gtW] = 1 - 17
(Gateway Instance)
Modbus TCP
[MoF] = 0 - 9999
(Modbus Offset)
[Du;En] = Yes or No
(Enable gateway instance)
CIP Offset
13- 255
EtherNet/IP Enable
[Eip;e] = Yes or No
[gtW] 4 = RM 4
CIP Offset
9- 11
EtherNet/IP
Modbus TCP Enable
[Mb;e] = Yes or No
Modbus TCP
RMA/Gateway
EtherNet/IP (CIP Network)
PLC
[oSt] = 0 - 255
(Offset)
[Ai;nb] = 0 - 40
(Consumed Assembly Size)
[Du;st] = [On] or [off]
(Device Status)
[Ao;nb] = 0 - 40
(Produced Assembly Size)
Modbus Offset
30000
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(Daisy chain EIA-485)
EZ-ZONE Controllers
1 - 17 maximum
status to the module. With the Variable Compact
Class in use, 16 Variables can be placed in one 32-bit
assembly member using just 2 bits for each (00 = off,
01 = on). There is a variety of predefined Compact
Class members that can be used (See Appendix: CIP
Compact Class Assemblies) to modify the default implicit assemblies.
Modifying Implicit Assembly Members
To change any given member of either assembly (T
to O or O to T) simply write the new class, instance
and attribute to the member location of choice. As an
example, if it were desired to change the 14th member of the O to T assembly of an EZ-ZONE RMH
module from the default parameter (none specified)
to Digital Output State (see RMH User's Guide, Operations Page, Digital Input/Output Menu) write the
value of 0x6A, 0x01 and 0x07 (Class, Instance and
Attribute respectively) to 0x77, 0x01 and 0x0E. Once
the change is executed, reading this member location
will return either an on (63) or off (62) state. This operation to modify the assembly would be the same if
using one of the given Compact Class members discussed above.
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Using EtherNet/IP™
Communications To/From Third Party Device:
When using the EtherNet/IP protocol, there are two
methods used in communicating, implicitly (See: CIP
Implicit Assemblies) and explicitly. Once the gateway
instance is enabled there are two prompts that relate
directly to these forms of communication.
Reference the graphic above (RMA with Ethernet
Gateway) along with the green prompts when reading the descriptions that follow below.
[`ost] CIP Offset, used exclusively with explicit
messages where this prompt defines the
parameter instance as well as the module
on the network. The CIP offset is unique
to each gateway instance (RM module) and
should not overlap from one gateway instance to another.
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Note:
Application Note:
Assume that in the following graphic there are 4 RMC
modules on the network with each having 4 instances
of an Analog Input. If it is desired to access all of the
Analog Inputs from each module the CIP offset must,
at a minimum, have an offset of 4 between each module (gateway instance). If the offset for each module is
set as shown on the following page, the 4th instance
would not be available. As another example, looking
at the RMC User's Guide in the Setup Page under the
Variable Menu, it shows that there are 8 instances
available. If all 8 for each module are to be made
available to the Master (OIT, PC, PLC) then the offsets should at a minimum be set as shown below:
RM1 = 0, RM2 = 9, RM3 = 18 and RM4 = 27
Using the RMC User's Guide look at the Operations
Page and then the Analog Input Menu. There you
will find the class, instance and attribute of the first
instance of the Analog Input Value for RM 2 to be
the following:
Class = 104 or (0x68)
Instance = 5
Attribute = 1
This information would be needed to execute an explicit message to read this parameter. Notice that the
instance above is identified as 5 and not 1 as listed
in the RMC documentation. The CIP offset is always
added to the documented instance. Using the following graphic the offset entries are listed below.
1. RUI prompt entry for gateway instance 1 (RM 1)
follows: [`oSt] = 0
When configuring the RMA assemblies for each gateway instance it is important to note that the maximum number of implicit input/output members using
EtherNet/IP cannot exceed 100. A network could have
up to 5 EZ-ZONE controllers with 20 members each
maximum or the 100 members can be divided any way
the user would like as long as 40 I/O members per
module are not exceeded.
Using the graphic above as an example, if:
[Gtw] instance 1 has [ai;nb] and [ao;nb] set to 5
[Gtw] instance 2 has [ai;nb] and [ao;nb] set to 5
[Gtw] instance 3 has [ai;nb] and [ao;nb] set to 5
[Gtw] instance 4 has [ai;nb] and [ao;nb] set to 5
Each of the four RM modules will contain the first
5 members of the I/O assembly and this information
would then be passed implicitly to the Master on the
EtherNet/IP network.
Note:
In the above graphic there are several prompts omitted for the sake of saving some space. When the
Ethernet addressing mode is set to Fixed the user
will find several more prompts that will follow the
prompts shown for "Ethernet Addressing Mode" related to specifying the actual IP [ip;f1] - [ip;f4], subnet
[ip;s1] - [ip;s4] and the gateway [ip;g1] - [ip;g4]
(external gateway) addresses. If set to receive an IP
address from a host [dhCp] computer, the prompts
shown are accurate.
Note:
RUI prompt entry for gateway instance 2 (RM 2) follows: [`oSt] = 4
RUI prompt entry for gateway instance 3 (RM 3) follows: `oSt] = 8
RUI prompt entry for gateway instance 4 (RM 4) follows: [`oSt] = 12
Likewise, to read the Analog Input Value instance 2
of RM 4 the following information would need to be
entered in the message instruction:
Class = 104 or (0x68)
Instance = 14 or (0x0E)
Attribute = 1
When changing the RMA IP address, power must be
cycled for the new address to take affect.
Ethernet Indicator LED's
The RMA has four indicator LED's on the top of the
module for Ethernet, two of which are not used for
Modbus TCP. The Module Status and Network Status LED’s apply only when EtherNet/IP is enabled.
The characteristics of the Activity and Link indicator
LED’s are defined in the Ethernet specification.
This is a view of the RMA module
looking down into the top where
the arrow is pointing towards the
front of the module.
Left Front (blue circle):
- Green accessing SD card.
- Red accessing internal memory
Left Rear (blue circle):
- Flashing green heartbeat
- Red boot loader activity
Right, from front to rear (red
circle):
- Active Status - Ethernet
- Link Status - Ethernet
- MS (Module Status - CIP)
- NS (Network Status - CIP)
[ao;nb] CIP Implicit Output (Produced) Assembly
Size, used exclusively when communicating
implicitly. For any given RMA gateway instance (1 - 17), the output assembly size will
never be greater than 40, 32 bit members.
The user entry ranges from 0 to 40.
[ai;nb] CIP Implicit Input (Consumed) Assembly
Size, used exclusively when communicating
implicitly. For any given RMA gateway instance (1 - 17), the input assembly size will
never be greater than 40, 32 bit members.
The user entry ranges from 0 to 40.
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Link Status Indicator
Steady
Off
Red
Green
Not powered,
unknown
link speed
If the device cannot determine link speed or power
is off, the network status
indicator shall be steady
off.
the device is communiLink speed = If
cating
at 10 Mbit, the link
10 Mbit
LED will be red..
the device is commuLink speed = If
nicating
at 100 Mbit, the
100 Mbit
link LED will be green.
Activity Status Indicator
Flashing
Green
Detects
activity
If the MAC detects activity, the
LED will be flashing green.
Red
Link
speed =
10Mbit
If the MAC detects a collision,
the LED will be red.
Summary
Steady Off
No power
Steady
Green
Device
operational
Flashing
Green
Standby
If the device has at least one established connection (even to the Message
Router), the network status indicator
shall be steady green.
Flashing
Red
Connection
timeout
If one or more of the connections in
which this device is the target has
timed out, the network status indicator
shall be flashing red. This shall be left
only if all timed out connections are reestablished or if the device is reset.
Steady
Red
Duplicate
IP
If the device has detected that its IP
address is already in use, the network
status indicator shall be steady red.
Flashing
Green /
Red
Self-test
While the device is performing its
power up testing, the network status
indicator shall be flashing green / red.
Using DeviceNet™
Communications To/From Third Party Device:
Like EtherNet/IP when using the DeviceNet™ protocol, there are two methods used in communicating,
implicitly (See: CIP Implicit Assemblies) and explicitly. Because DeviceNet and Ethernet/IP both use CIP,
the communications examples discussed above apply
here as well. To acquire a better understanding of
DeviceNet communications substitute DeviceNet for
EtherNet/IP and review the section entitled "Using
EtherNet/IP, Communications To/From a Third Party
Device".
EtherNet/IP Indicator LED's.
Module Status Indicator
Indicator State
Connected
Steady
Green
Requirement
If no power is supplied to the device,
the module status indicator shall be
steady off.
If the device is operating correctly, the
module status indicator shall be steady
green.
If the device has not been configured,
the module status indicator shall be
flashing green.
Flashing
Red
Minor
fault
If the device has detected a recoverable
minor fault, the module status indicator shall be flashing red.
NOTE: An incorrect or inconsistent
configuration would be considered a
minor fault.
Steady
Red
Major
fault
If the device has detected a non-recoverable major fault, the module status
indicator shall be steady red.
Flashing
Green /
Red
Self-test
While the device is performing its power up testing, the module status indicator shall be flashing green / red.
DevceNet Indicator LED's
The RMA has four indicator LEDs on the top of the
module, two of which (rear two) are used for DeviceNet (Module Status and Network Status). The characteristics of these two LEDs is established by the
Open DeviceNet Vendors Association (ODVA, http://
www.odva.org)
NS
MS
Network Status Indicator
Indicator State
Summary
Steady
Off
Not powered,
no IP address
If the device does not have an IP address (or is powered off), the network
status indicator shall be steady off.
Flashing
Green
No connections
If the device has no established connections, but has obtained an IP address,
the network status indicator shall be
flashing green.
Requirement
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This is a view of the RMA module
is looking down into the top where
the arrow is pointing towards the
front of the module.
Left Front (blue circle):
- Green accessing SD card.
- Red accessing internal memory
Left Rear (blue circle):
- Flashing green heartbeat
- Red boot loader activity
Right, from front to rear (red
circle):
- MS (Module Status - CIP)
- NS (Network Status - CIP)
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Setting DeviceNet Communication Parameters
from the RUI Front Panel
Module Status (MOD)
Indicator LED
Description
Valid DeviceNet node addresses range from 0 - 63
and there are three available baud rates (network
speed) for the user to choose from: 125Kb, 250Kb,
or 500Kb. The EZ-ZONE RMA factory defaults are
listed below:
Off
No power is applied to the device.
Flashing GreenRed
The device is performing a
self-test.
Flashing Red
Major Recoverable Fault.
Red
Major Unrecoverable Fault.
Node address = 63, Baud rate = 125Kb
Green
The device is operating normally.
If the node address needs to be changed, go to the
RMA "Setup Page" following the steps below:
RMA with DeviceNet Gateway
CIP Offset
1-3
RMA/Gateway
[gtW] 1 = RM 1
[Com]
DeviceNet Node Address
[Ad;d] = [0-63]
Network Baud Rate
[baud] = [125], [250] or [500] Kb
CIP Offset
5-7
DeviceNet
DeviceNet Quick Connect
[Fc;e] = Yes or No
[gtW] 4 = RM 4
RMA/Gateway ( [gtW] ) Setup
Gateway Prompts
CIP Offset
9-11
[gtW] = 1 - 17
(Gateway Instance)
PLC, PC, OIT
[oSt] = 0 - 255
(CIP Offset)
[Ai;nb] = 0 - 40
(CIP Consumed Assembly Size)
[Du;En] = Yes or No
(Enable gateway instance)
[Ao;nb] = 0 - 40
(CIP Produced Assembly Size)
[Du;st] = [On] or [off]
(Device Status)
CIP Offset
13-255
Watlow Standard Bus
(Daisy chain EIA-485)
EZ-ZONE Controllers
1 - 17 maximum
1. Push and hold the up and down arrow keys on
the front of the RUI for six seconds to go the
Setup Menu.
2. If not already visible push the up or down arrow
key until [CoM] (Communications Menu) appears in upper display and [`SEt] in the lower
display.
3. Push the green Advance Key ‰ to enter the
Communications Menu where the lower display
shows [`Ad;d] and the top display shows the
current DeviceNet node address.
4. Push the up or down arrow to change the DeviceNet node address.
5. Push the green Advance Key ‰ once to change
the baud rate where the lower display shows
[baud] and the top display shows the current
DeviceNet baud rate.
6. Push the up or down arrow to change to the desired baud rate (125Kb, 250Kb, or 500Kb)
7. Push the green Advance Key ‰ once to enable/
disable the DeviceNet quick connect feature.
The lower display shows [`fC;e] and the top
display will show [``no] or [`y es] based on
the current setting.
Network Status (NET)
Indicator
LED
Description
Off
The device is not online. The device has not
completed the duplicate MAC ID test yet.
The device may not be powered..
Green
The device is online and has connections in
the established state. For a Group 2 Only
device it means that the device is allocated
to a Master.
Red
Failed communication device. The device
has detected an error that has rendered
it incapable of communicating on the network (duplicate MAC ID or Bus-off).
Flash- The device is online, but no connection has
ing
been allocated or an explicit connection has
Green timed out.
Flashing
A poll connection has timed out.
Red
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8. Push the up or down arrow key to enable or disable the quick connect feature.
9. Push the green Advance key ‰ once to change
the temperature units passed over DeviceNet
where the lower display shows [`C_F] and the
top display will show [```f] or [```C] based
on the current setting.
10. Push the up or down arrow to change to the
temperature units.
11. Push the Infinity Key ˆ three times or push
and hold for approximately 3 seconds to navigate back to the Home Page.
There are three prompts delivered to the user from
the RUI when attached to the RMA that are related to DeviceNet. Two of which are defined above,
[bAud] (network baud rate or speed) and [`Ad;d]
(network node address). There is one other which is
identified and explained below:
[FC;E] (Quick Connect)
The Quick Connect feature is an option enabled on a
node-by-node basis. When enabled, a device transitions to the on-line state concurrently with sending
the first Duplicate MACID request message. The
device is still required to execute the network State
Tranisition Diagram (STD, used to describe object
behavior), including going offline anytime a Duplicate MACID response message is received.
Note:
Although this feature allows a device to begin communicating on the network faster, it is at the expense
of a delay in the duplicate node detection algorithm.
It is left up to the user to guarantee that no nodes exist with the same MAC ID and that no more than one
client device is configured to access the same device
using the predefined Master/Slave connection set. Bus
errors may occur if either of these conditions exists.
This feature is enabled within a device through a nonvolatile attribute in the DeviceNet object. A device
shall have this feature disabled (attribute set to ‘0’) as
the factory default.
Once the above parameters have been changed cycle
power on the DeviceNet network for the new parameters to take affect.
Profibus DP
Introduction to Profibus DP
Profibus was created by the German government in
the late 80's due to industrial automation demand.
Profibus DP (Decentralized Periphery) is a serial
communications fieldbus using EIA-485 as the physical layer and is in accordance with the European
Electrical Specification EN50170.
Profibus DP uses a master slave network configuration where RM modules equipped with this protocol
serve as the slave. The RMA equipped with the Profibus DP protocol supports cyclic (DP-V0) and acyclic
(DP-V1) communications. For your reference, cyclic
communications implies that a set of defined paramWatlow EZ-ZONE ® RMA Module
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eters (user configured as it relates to the RMA) are
periodically read and or written. The frequency or
period of the read/write operations is determined
(setup) via the master on the network. You can configure the cyclic parameter set by installing the software (Profibus GSD Editor for EZ-ZONE Products)
which can be found on the CD that came with the
product (Controller Support Tools) or by clicking on
the link below where it can be downloaded free of
charge, point your browser to: http://www.watlow.com/
literature/pti_search.cfm?dltype=4
Once the GSD (Generic Station Description) file is
created, simply upload it to the master device.
Acyclic communications will read and or write
data on demand and is based on the Slot Offset (as
defined in the RMA configuration) and the specific
parameter index (as can be found in the menus of the
modules User's Guide). Most of the discussion that
follows is related to acyclic communications.
As with all of the other available protocols, prior
to establishing communications between master and
the slave the gateway instance must first be enabled
[du; en] . Once enabled, the user must define the Slot
Offsets for each enabled EZ-ZONE controller.
Use the graphic below (RUI being used as a Profibus DP Gateway) in reference to the descriptions that
follow below.
[`s;of] Slot Offsets are used exclusively with acyclic
(DP-V1) communications and define the individual EZ-ZONE controller on the network
as well as the instance of the parameter to
be read or written to. The offset defaults are
as shown in the graphic in increments of 20,
however, they can be changed based on user
needs.
As an example, when programming the master device ensure that the Slot Offset and the Profibus Index (found in each product User's Guide in the various menus) are defined. To read the first instance
of the Analog Input Value in RM 2 use the following
information when programming the Master:
Slot Offset = 20
Index = 0 (See the EZ-ZONE RMC User's Guide,
Operations Page under the Analog In-
put Menu)
Note that RM 2 and instance 1 is identified in the
Slot Offset where the parameter, in this case, Analog
Input Value 1 is identified via the Profibus Index. If
it were instance 2 of the same parameter that was
needed the Slot Offset would change to 21. Likewise,
to read the Analog Input Value instance 2 of RM 4
the following information would need to be entered
when programming the Master:
Slot Offset = 61
Index = 0
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Profibus DP RMA LED Indicators
via EZ-ZONE Configurator software. This parameter
can be found in the User's Guide for each RM module
in the Setup Page under the Communications Menu.
Viewing the unit from the front and then looking on
top of the RMA two bicolor LED's can be seen where
only the front one is used. Definition follows:
Closest to the Front
Indicator LED
Red
Red
Flashing
Green
Note:
This setting must be changed to the desired setting
for each module individually.
Description
Profibus network not detected
Indicates that the Profibus card is
waiting for data exchange.
Data exchange mode
To learn more about Profibus point your browser to
http://www.profibus.org.
Profibus Slot
Offset
0
RMA with Profibus DP Gateway
RMA/Gateway
[gtW] 1 = RM 1
Profibus Slot
Offset
20
[Com]
OIT, PC, PLC
Profibus Address
[p;add] = 0 - 126
Address Lock
[a;loc] = Yes or No
Profibus DP
[gtW] 4 = RM 4
Profibus Slot
Offset
40
RMA/Gateway ( [gtW] ) Setup
Gateway Prompts
[gtW] = 1 - 17
(Gateway Instance)
[Du;En] = Yes or No
(Enable gateway instance)
[Du;st] = [On] or [off]
(Device Status)
Profibus Slot
Offset
60
[`s;of] = 0 - 254
(Profibus Slot Offset)
Watlow Standard Bus
(Daisy chain EIA-485)
EZ-ZONE Controllers
1 - 17 maximum
Saving Settings to Non-volatile Memory
Any changes made from the RUI are always saved to
non-volatile memory (EEPROM) of the module it is
connected to. If a module loses power or is switched
off, its settings will be restored when power is reapplied.
The EEPROM has a limited life calculated to
be approximately 1,000,000 writes. Over the life of
any given RM module this limitation would not be a
problem when changes are made exclusively from the
RUI. However, if an RM module is receiving instructions from a PLC or a computer through a network
connection where the frequency of the write operations could be high, the EEPROM life could expire
much quicker.
By default, settings made through the network
are not saved to nonvolatile memory (59). However,
as stated above, changes made via the RUI are saved
to EEPROM, regardless of the setting of non-volatile
memory save. This parameter can be changed via the
communications network in use, through the RUI or
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Chapter 8: Appendix
Modbus - User Programmable Memory Blocks
Assembly Definition Address and Assembly Working Addresses
Definition Addresses Working Addresses
Definition Addresses Working Addresses
40 & 41
200 & 201
120 & 121
280 & 281
42 & 43
202 & 203
122 & 123
282 & 283
44 & 45
204 & 205
124 & 125
284 & 285
46 & 47
206 & 207
126 & 127
286 & 287
48 & 49
208 & 209
128 & 129
288 & 289
50 & 51
210 & 211
130 & 131
290 & 291
52 & 53
212 & 213
132 & 133
292 & 293
54 & 55
214 & 215
134 & 135
294 & 295
56 & 57
216 & 217
136 & 137
296 & 297
58 & 59
218 & 219
138 & 139
296 & 299
60 & 61
220 & 221
140 & 141
300 & 301
62 & 63
222 & 223
142 & 143
302 & 303
64 & 65
224 & 225
144 & 145
304 & 305
66 & 67
226 & 227
146 & 147
306 & 307
68 & 69
228 & 229
148 & 149
308 & 309
70 & 71
230 & 231
150 & 151
310 & 311
72 & 73
232 & 233
152 & 153
312 & 313
74 & 75
234 & 235
154 & 155
314 & 315
76 & 77
236 & 237
156 & 157
316 & 317
78 & 79
238 & 239
158 & 159
318 & 319
80 & 81
240 & 241
160 & 161
320 & 321
82 & 83
242 & 243
162 & 163
322 & 323
84 & 85
244 & 245
164 & 165
324 & 325
86 & 87
246 & 247
166 & 167
326 & 327
88 & 89
248 & 249
168 & 169
328 & 329
90 & 91
250 & 251
170 & 171
330 & 331
92 & 93
252 & 253
172 & 173
332 & 333
94 & 95
254 & 255
174 & 175
334 & 335
96 & 97
256 & 257
176 & 177
336 & 337
98 & 99
256 & 259
178 & 179
338 & 339
100 & 101
260 & 261
180 & 181
340 & 341
102 & 103
262 & 263
182 & 183
342 & 343
104 & 105
264 & 265
184 & 185
344 & 345
106 & 107
266 & 267
186 & 187
346 & 347
108 & 109
268 & 269
188 & 189
348 & 349
110 & 111
270 & 271
190 & 191
350 & 351
112 & 113
272 & 273
192 & 193
352 & 353
114 & 115
274 & 275
194 & 195
354 & 355
116 & 117
276 & 277
196 & 197
356 & 357
118 & 119
278 & 279
198 & 199
358 & 359
Note:
Notice that in the Modbus tables that follow the first 40 members have predefined definitions from the factory.
These members reflect the assembly of the RMC module only. All other RM module assemblies are undefined as
delivered from the factory; if the undefined members are to be used, they must be configured by the user
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Modbus Default Assembly Structure 40-119
Assembly Definition
Addresses
Default Pointers
Assembly Working
Addresses
Registers 40 & 41
Registers 200 & 201
Pointer 1 = 0 & 1
Closed Loop Set Point 1
Registers 42 & 43
Pointer 2 = 0 & 1
Closed Loop Set Point 2
Registers 44 & 45
Pointer 3 = 0 & 1
Closed Loop Set Point 3
Registers 46 & 47
Pointer 4 = 0 & 1
Closed Loop Set Point 4
Registers 48 & 49
Pointer 5 = 0 & 1
Open Loop Set Point 1
Registers 50 & 51
Pointer 6 = 0 & 1
Open Loop Set Point 2
Registers 52 & 53
Pointer 7 = 0 & 1
Open Loop Set Point 3
Registers 54 & 55
Pointer 8 = 0 & 1
Open Loop Set Point 4
Registers 56 & 57
Pointer 9 = 0 & 1
Control Mode 1
Registers 58 & 59
Pointer 10 = 0 & 1
Control Mode 2
Registers 60 & 61
Pointer 11 = 0 & 1
Control Mode 3
Registers 62 & 63
Pointer 12 = 0 & 1
Control Mode 4
Registers 64 & 65
Pointer 13 = 0 & 1
Alarm 1 High Set Point
Registers 66 & 67
Pointer 14 = 0 & 1
Alarm 2 High Set Point
Registers 68 & 69
Pointer 15 = 0 & 1
Alarm 3 High Set Point
Registers 70 & 71
Pointer 16 = 0 & 1
Alarm 4 High Set Point
Registers 72 & 73
Pointer 17 = 0 & 1
Alarm 1 Low Set Point
Registers 74 & 75
Pointer 18 = 0 & 1
Alarm 2 Low Set Point
Registers 76 & 77
Pointer 19 = 0 & 1
Alarm 3 Low Set Point
Registers 78 & 79
Pointer 20 = 0 & 1
Alarm 4 Low Set Point
Assembly Working
Addresses
Registers 80 & 81
Registers 240 & 241
Pointer 21 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 1
Value of Pointer 1
Registers 82 & 83
Registers 202 & 203
Pointer 22 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 1 Error Status
Value of Pointer 2
Registers 84 & 85
Registers 204 & 205
Pointer 23 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 2
Value of Pointer 3
Registers 86 & 87
Registers 206 & 207
Pointer 24 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 2 Error Status
Value of Pointer 4
Registers 88 & 89
Registers 208 & 209
Pointer 25 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 3
Value of Pointer 5
Registers 90 & 91
Registers 210 & 211
Pointer 26 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 3 Error Status
Value of Pointer 6
Registers 92 & 93
Registers 212 & 213
Pointer 27 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 4
Value of Pointer 7
Registers 94 & 95
Registers 214 & 215
Pointer 28 = 0 & 1
Analog Input 4 Error Status
Value of Pointer 8
Registers 96 & 97
Registers 216 & 217
Pointer 29 = 0 & 1
Alarm 1 State
Value of Pointer 9
Registers 98 & 99
Registers 218 & 219
Pointer 30 = 0 & 1
Alarm 2 State
Value of Pointer 10
Registers 100 & 101
Registers 220 & 221
Pointer 31 = 0 & 1
Alarm 3 State
Value of Pointer 11
Registers 102 & 103
Registers 222 & 223
Pointer 32 = 0 & 1
Alarm 4 State
Value of Pointer 12
Registers 104 & 105
Registers 224 & 225
Pointer 33 = 0 & 1
Alarm 5 State
Value of Pointer 13
Registers 106 & 107
Registers 226 & 227
Pointer 34 = 0 & 1
Alarm 6 State
Value of Pointer 14
Registers 108 & 109
Registers 228 & 229
Pointer 35 = 0 & 1
Alarm 7 State
Value of Pointer 15
Registers 110 & 111
Registers 230 & 231
Pointer 36 = 0 & 1
Alarm 8 State
Value of Pointer 16
Registers 112 & 113
Registers 232 & 233
Pointer 37 = 0 & 1
Control Loop 1 Output Power
Value of Pointer 17
Registers 114 & 115
Registers 234 & 235
Pointer 38 = 0 & 1
Control Loop 2 Output Power
Value of Pointer 18
Registers 116 & 117
Registers 236 & 237
Pointer 39 = 0 & 1
Control Loop 3 Output Power
Value of Pointer 19
Registers 118 & 119
Registers 238 & 239
Pointer 40 = 0 & 1
Control Loop 4 Output Power
Value of Pointer 20
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Value of Pointer 21
Registers 242 & 243
Value of Pointer 22
Registers 244 & 245
Value of Pointer 23
Registers 246 & 247
Value of Pointer 24
Registers 248 & 249
Value of Pointer 25
Registers 250 & 251
Value of Pointer 26
Registers 252 & 253
Value of Pointer 27
Registers 254 & 256
Value of Pointer 28
Registers 256 & 257
Value of Pointer 29
Registers 258 & 259
Value of Pointer 30
Registers 260 & 261
Value of Pointer 31
Registers 262 & 263
Value of Pointer 32
Registers 264 & 265
Value of Pointer 33
Registers 266 & 267
Value of Pointer 34
Registers 268 & 269
Value of Pointer 35
Registers 270 & 271
Value of Pointer 36
Registers 272 & 273
Value of Pointer 37
Registers 274 & 275
Value of Pointer 38
Registers 276 & 277
Value of Pointer 39
Registers 278 & 279
Value of Pointer 40
Chapter 8 Appendix
Modbus Default Assembly Structure 120-199
Assembly Definition
Registers
Default Pointers
Assembly Working
Registers
Assembly Definition
Registers
Default Pointers
Assembly Working
Registers
Registers 120 & 121
Registers 280 & 281
Registers 160 & 161
Registers 320 & 321
Pointer 41 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 122 & 123
Pointer 42 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 124 & 125
Pointer 43 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 126 & 127
Pointer 44 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 128 & 129
Pointer 45 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 130 & 131
Pointer 46 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 132 & 133
Pointer 47 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 134 & 135
Pointer 48 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 136 & 137
Pointer 49 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 138 & 139
Pointer 50 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 140 & 141
Pointer 51 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 142 & 143
Pointer 52 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 144 & 145
Pointer 53 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 146 & 147
Pointer 54 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 148 & 149
Pointer 55 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 150 & 151
Pointer 56 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 152 & 153
Pointer 57 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 154 & 155
Pointer 58 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 156 & 157
Pointer 59 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 158 & 159
Pointer 60 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Pointer 61 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 41
Registers 282 & 283
Registers 162 & 163
Pointer 62 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 42
Registers284 & 285
Registers 164 & 165
Value of Pointer 43
Pointer 63 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 286 & 287
Registers 166 & 167
Value of Pointer 44
Pointer 64 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 288 & 289
Registers 168 & 169
Value of Pointer 45
Pointer 65 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 290 & 291
Registers 170 & 171
Value of Pointer 46
Pointer 66 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 292 & 293
Registers 172 & 173
Value of Pointer 47
Pointer 67 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 61
Registers 322 & 323
Value of Pointer 62
Registers 324 & 325
Value of Pointer 63
Registers 326 & 327
Value of Pointer 64
Registers 328 & 329
Value of Pointer 65
Registers 330 & 331
Value of Pointer 66
Registers 332 & 333
Value of Pointer 67
Registers 294 & 295
Registers 174 & 175
Value of Pointer 48
Pointer 68 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 334 & 335
Value of Pointer 68
Registers 296 & 297
Registers 176 & 177
Value of Pointer 49
Pointer 69 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 336 & 337
Value of Pointer 69
Registers 298 & 299
Registers 178 & 179
Value of Pointer 50
Pointer 70 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Registers 300 & 301
Registers 180 & 181
Pointer 71 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 51
Registers 302 & 303
Registers 182 & 183
Pointer 72 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 52
Registers 304 & 305
Registers 184 & 185
Pointer 73 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 53
Registers 306 & 307
Registers 186 & 187
Pointer 74 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 54
Registers 308 & 309
Registers 188 & 189
Pointer 75 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 55
Registers 310 & 311
Registers 190 & 191
Pointer 76 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 56
Registers 312 &313
Registers 192 & 193
Pointer 77 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 57
Registers 314 & 315
Registers 194 & 195
Pointer 78 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 58
Registers 316 & 317
Registers 196 & 197
Pointer 79 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 59
Registers 318 & 319
Registers 198 & 199
Pointer 80 = 0 & 1
Undefined
Value of Pointer 60
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Registers 338 & 339
Value of Pointer 70
Registers 340 & 341
Value of Pointer 71
Registers 342 & 343
Value of Pointer 72
Registers 344 & 345
Value of Pointer 73
Registers 346 & 347
Value of Pointer 74
Registers 348 & 349
Value of Pointer 75
Registers 350 & 351
Value of Pointer 76
Registers 352 & 353
Value of Pointer 77
Registers 354 & 355
Value of Pointer 78
Registers 356 & 357
Value of Pointer 79
Registers 358 & 359
Value of Pointer 80
Chapter 8 Appendix
CIP Implicit Assembly Structure
RMA / RME CIP Implicit Assembly Defaults
CIP Implicit Assembly
Originator (Master) to Target (RMA / RME)
Assembly
Members
Assembly
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
RM Module
Data Type
Parameter
Parameter
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
PLC
Data Type
1
0x77, 0x01, 0x01
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
2
0x77, 0x01, 0x02
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
3
0x77, 0x01, 0x03
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
4
0x77, 0x01, 0x04
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
5
0x77, 0x01, 0x05
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
6
0x77, 0x01, 0x06
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
7
0x77, 0x01, 0x07
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
8
0x77, 0x01, 0x08
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
9
0x77, 0x01, 0x09
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
10
0x77, 0x01, 0x0A
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
11
0x77, 0x01, 0x0B
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
12
0x77, 0x01, 0x0C
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
13
0x77, 0x01, 0x0D
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
14
0x77, 0x01, 0x0E
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
15
0x77, 0x01, 0x0F
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
16
0x77, 0x01, 0x10
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
17
0x77, 0x01, 0x11
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
18
0x77, 0x01, 0x12
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
19
0x77, 0x01, 0x13
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
20
0x77, 0x01, 0x14
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
CIP Implicit Assembly
Target (RMA / RME) to Originator (Master)
Assembly
Members
Assembly
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
RM Module
Data Type
Parameter
Parameter
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
PLC
Data Type
1
Cannot be changed
Binary
Device Status
none
DINT
2
0x77, 0x02, 0x01
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
3
0x77, 0x02, 0x02
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
4
0x77, 0x02, 0x03
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
5
0x77, 0x02, 0x04
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
6
0x77, 0x02, 0x05
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
7
0x77, 0x02, 0x06
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
8
0x77, 0x02, 0x07
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
9
0x77, 0x02, 0x08
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
10
0x77, 0x02, 0x09
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
11
0x77, 0x02, 0x0A
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
12
0x77, 0x02, 0x0B
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
13
0x77, 0x02, 0x0C
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
14
0x77, 0x02, 0x0D
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
15
0x77, 0x02, 0x0E
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
16
0x77, 0x02, 0x0F
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
17
0x77, 0x02, 0x10
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
18
0x77, 0x02, 0x11
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
19
0x77, 0x02, 0x12
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
20
0x77, 0x02, 0x13
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
21
0x77, 0x02, 0x14
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
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CIP Implicit Assembly
Originator (Master) to Target (RMH / RMS / RML)
Assembly
Members
Assembly
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
RM Module
Data Type
Parameter
Parameter
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
PLC
Data Type
1
0x77, 0x01, 0x01
DINT
None specified
0x01, 0x01, 0x00
undefined
2
0x77, 0x01, 0x02
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
3
0x77, 0x01, 0x03
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
4
0x77, 0x01, 0x04
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
5
0x77, 0x01, 0x05
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
6
0x77, 0x01, 0x06
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
7
0x77, 0x01, 0x07
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
8
0x77, 0x01, 0x08
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
9
0x77, 0x01, 0x09
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
10
0x77, 0x01, 0x0A
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
11
0x77, 0x01, 0x0B
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
12
0x77, 0x01, 0x0C
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
13
0x77, 0x01, 0x0D
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
14
0x77, 0x01, 0x0E
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
15
0x77, 0x01, 0x0F
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
16
0x77, 0x01, 0x10
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
17
0x77, 0x01, 0x11
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
18
0x77, 0x01, 0x12
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
19
0x77, 0x01, 0x13
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
20
0x77, 0x01, 0x14
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
21
0x77, 0x01, 0x15
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
22
0x77, 0x01, 0x16
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
23
0x77, 0x01, 0x17
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
24
0x77, 0x01, 0x18
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
25
0x77, 0x01, 0x19
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
26
0x77, 0x01, 0x1A
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
27
0x77, 0x01, 0x1B
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
28
0x77, 0x01, 0x1C
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
29
0x77, 0x01, 0x1D
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
30
0x77, 0x01, 0x1E
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
31
0x77, 0x01, 0x1F
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
32
0x77, 0x01, 0x20
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
33
0x77, 0x01, 0x21
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
34
0x77, 0x01, 0x22
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
35
0x77, 0x01, 0x23
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
36
0x77, 0x01, 0x24
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
37
0x77, 0x01, 0x25
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
38
0x77, 0x01, 0x26
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
39
0x77, 0x01, 0x27
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
40
0x77, 0x01, 0x28
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
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CIP Implicit Assembly
Target (RMH / RMS / RML) to Originator (Master)
Assembly
Members
Assembly
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
RM Module
Data Type
Parameter
Parameter
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
PLC
Data Type
1
Cannot be changed
Binary
Device Status
none
DINT
2
0x77, 0x02, 0x01
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
3
0x77, 0x02, 0x02
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
4
0x77, 0x02, 0x03
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
5
0x77, 0x02, 0x04
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
6
0x77, 0x02, 0x05
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
7
0x77, 0x02, 0x06
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
8
0x77, 0x02, 0x07
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
9
0x77, 0x02, 0x08
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
10
0x77, 0x02, 0x09
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
11
0x77, 0x02, 0x0A
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
12
0x77, 0x02, 0x0B
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
13
0x77, 0x02, 0x0C
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
14
0x77, 0x02, 0x0D
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
15
0x77, 0x02, 0x0E
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
16
0x77, 0x02, 0x0F
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
17
0x77, 0x02, 0x10
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
18
0x77, 0x02, 0x11
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
19
0x77, 0x02, 0x12
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
20
0x77, 0x02, 0x13
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
21
0x77, 0x02, 0x14
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
22
0x77, 0x02, 0x15
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
23
0x77, 0x02, 0x16
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
24
0x77, 0x02, 0x17
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
25
0x77, 0x02, 0x18
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
26
0x77, 0x02, 0x19
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
27
0x77, 0x02, 0x1A
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
28
0x77, 0x02, 0x1B
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
29
0x77, 0x02, 0x1C
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
30
0x77, 0x02, 0x1D
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
undefined
31
0x77, 0x02, 0x1E
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
32
0x77, 0x02, 0x1F
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
33
0x77, 0x02, 0x20
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
34
0x77, 0x02, 0x21
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
35
0x77, 0x02, 0x22
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
36
0x77, 0x02, 0x23
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
37
0x77, 0x02, 0x24
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
38
0x77, 0x02, 0x25
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
39
0x77, 0x02, 0x26
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
40
0x77, 0x02, 0x27
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
41
0x77, 0x02, 0x28
DINT
None specified
0x0, 0x00, 0x00
undefined
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CIP Implicit Assembly
Originator (Master) to Target (RMC)
Assembly
Members
Assembly
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
RM Module
Data Type
Parameter
Parameter
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
PLC
Data Type
1
0x77, 0x01, 0x01
DINT
Control Loop 1, Closed Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x01, 0x01
REAL
2
0x77, 0x01, 0x02
DINT
Control Loop 2, Closed Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x02, 0x01
REAL
3
0x77, 0x01, 0x03
DINT
Control Loop 3, Closed Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x03, 0x01
REAL
4
0x77, 0x01, 0x04
DINT
Control Loop 4, Closed Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x04, 0x01
REAL
5
0x77, 0x01, 0x05
DINT
Control Loop 1, Open Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x01, 0x02
REAL
6
0x77, 0x01, 0x06
DINT
Control Loop 2, Open Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x02, 0x02
REAL
7
0x77, 0x01, 0x07
DINT
Control Loop 3, Open Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x03, 0x02
REAL
8
0x77, 0x01, 0x08
DINT
Control Loop 4, Open Loop Set Point
0x6B, 0x04, 0x02
REAL
9
0x77, 0x01, 0x09
DINT
Control Loop 1, User Control Mode
0x97, 0x01, 0x02
DINT
10
0x77, 0x01, 0x0A
DINT
Control Loop 2, User Control Mode
0x97, 0x02, 0x02
DINT
11
0x77, 0x01, 0x0B
DINT
Control Loop 3, User Control Mode
0x97, 0x03, 0x02
DINT
12
0x77, 0x01, 0x0C
DINT
Control Loop 4, User Control Mode
0x97, 0x04, 0x02
DINT
13
0x77, 0x01, 0x0D
DINT
Alarm 1, Alarm High Set Point
0x6D, 0x01, 0x01
REAL
14
0x77, 0x01, 0x0E
DINT
Alarm 2, Alarm High Set Point
0x6D, 0x02, 0x01
REAL
15
0x77, 0x01, 0x0F
DINT
Alarm 3, Alarm High Set Point
0x6D, 0x03, 0x01
REAL
16
0x77, 0x01, 0x10
DINT
Alarm 4, Alarm High Set Point
0x6D, 0x04, 0x01
REAL
17
0x77, 0x01, 0x11
DINT
Alarm 1, Alarm Low Set Point
0x6D, 0x05, 0x01
REAL
18
0x77, 0x01, 0x12
DINT
Alarm 2, Alarm Low Set Point
0x6D, 0x06, 0x01
REAL
19
0x77, 0x01, 0x13
DINT
Alarm 3, Alarm Low Set Point
0x6D, 0x07, 0x01
REAL
20
0x77, 0x01, 0x14
DINT
Alarm 4, Alarm Low Set Point
0x6D, 0x08, 0x01
REAL
CIP Implicit Assembly
Target (RMC) to Originator (Master)
1
Assembly
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
Cannot be changed
Binary
Device Status
Parameter
Class, Instance,
Attritbute
none
2
0x77, 0x02, 0x01
DINT
Analog Input 1, Analog Input Value (filtered)
0x68, 0x01, 0x01
3
0x77, 0x02, 0x02
DINT
Analog Input 1, Input Error
0x68, 0x01, 0x02
DINT
4
0x77, 0x02, 0x03
DINT
Analog Input 2, Analog Input Value (filtered)
0x68, 0x02, 0x01
REAL
5
0x77, 0x02, 0x04
DINT
Analog Input 2, Input Error
0x68, 0x02, 0x02
DINT
6
0x77, 0x02, 0x05
DINT
Analog Input 3, Analog Input Value (filtered)
0x68, 0x03, 0x01
REAL
7
0x77, 0x02, 0x06
DINT
Analog Input 3, Input Error
0x68, 0x03, 0x02
DINT
8
0x77, 0x02, 0x07
DINT
Analog Input 4, Analog Input Value (filtered)
0x68, 0x04, 0x01
REAL
Assembly
Members
RM Module
Data Type
Parameter
PLC
Data Type
DINT
REAL
9
0x77, 0x02, 0x08
DINT
Analog Input 4, Input Error
0x68, 0x04, 0x02
DINT
10
0x77, 0x02, 0x09
DINT
Alarm 1, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x01, 0x09
DINT
11
0x77, 0x02, 0x0A
DINT
Alarm 2, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x02, 0x09
DINT
12
0x77, 0x02, 0x0B
DINT
Alarm 3, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x03, 0x09
DINT
13
0x77, 0x02, 0x0C
DINT
Alarm 4, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x04, 0x09
DINT
14
0x77, 0x02, 0x0D
DINT
Alarm 5, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x05, 0x09
DINT
15
0x77, 0x02, 0x0E
DINT
Alarm 6, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x06, 0x09
DINT
16
0x77, 0x02, 0x0F
DINT
Alarm 7, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x07, 0x09
DINT
17
0x77, 0x02, 0x10
DINT
Alarm 8, Alarm State
0x6D, 0x08, 0x09
DINT
18
0x77, 0x02, 0x11
DINT
Control Loop 1, Output Power
0x97, 0x01, 0x0F
REAL
19
0x77, 0x02, 0x12
DINT
Control Loop 2, Output Power
0x97, 0x02, 0x0F
REAL
20
0x77, 0x02, 0x13
DINT
Control Loop 3, Output Power
0x97, 0x03, 0x0F
REAL
21
0x77, 0x02, 0x14
DINT
Control Loop 4, Output Power
0x97, 0x04, 0x0F
REAL
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As can be seen on the previous page the RMC module
is the only RM module that defaults to a populated
assembly structure. If it is desired to use the implicit
assembly for any of the other RM modules the assembly structure must be built by the user. Their
are many software tools available to modify the assembly structure and it is outside of the scope of this
document to describe how to use those. What can
be found in this document is the process to build the
assembly structure. If viewing this document electronically simply click on the link below to read the
section entitled " Modifying Implicit Assembly Members". Otherwise, turn back to the table of contents to
find the above named section.
Compact Class Assembly Structure
On the next four pages the 18 available members of
the Compact Class are displayed. While looking at
these illustrations keep in mind that each member of
the implicit assembly is 32-bits in length. To better
illustrate this information, each member was divided
in half where the most significant 16-bit words are
identified as MSW A and MSW B (see page headers)
and the least significant words are identified as the
LSW A and LSW B. In the event that these pages are
printed out and then mixed up, simply match up (left
to right) the pages MSW A and LSW A. Likewise,
match up MSW B to LSW B.
For further explanation as to what the Compact
Class assembly is, navigate to the RMA Communications Chapter and then to the section entitled "Compact Implicit Assembly Class"
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Compact Class MSW A
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Control Loop (I) 1 to 24
T2O
(A) 1
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
19
18
17
16
19
18
17
16
Filtered Analog Input Value (instance i)
RMH
Bits 16 to 31, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Analog Input (I) 1 to 24
T2O
(A) 0x0F (15)
Module
Availabilty
RMH
RML
RMS
31
30
29
28
27
26
Input
error
status
25
24
23
22
21
20
Filtered Analog Input Value (instance i + 1)
Bits 16 to 30, Signed 15 bits with implied tenths precision (-1638.4 to 1638.3)
Bit 31, Analog Input Error Status (0 = None, 1 = Error)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Analog Input (I) 1 to 24
(A) 0x10 (16)
T2O
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Analog Input (I) 1 to 24
T2O
(A) 0x11 (17)
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
Filtered Analog Input Value (instance i + 1)
RMH
RML
RMS
Bit16 to 31, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
RMH
RML
RMS
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
18
17
16
18
17
16
Bits 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30, Reflect the Analog Input Error Status for instance i to
instance i + 15 respectively (0 = None, 1 = Error)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Limit Loop (I) 1 to 24
T2O
(A) 6
Module
Availabilty
RML
31
30
Limit state
29
28
27
26
25
Input
error
status
24
23
22
21
20
19
Analog Input Value (instance i + 1)
Bits 16 to 28, Signed 13 bits, whole (-4096 to 4095)
Bit 29, Analog Input Error Status (0 = None, 1 = Error)
Bits 30 to 31, Limit State (00 = None, 01 = Limit Low, 10 = Limit High, 11 = Other)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Limit Loop (C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
T2O
(A) 9
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Alarm T2O (I) 1 to 24
(A) 0x0C (12)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Control Loop (I) 1 to 24
O2T
(A) 2
Module
Availabilty
RML
31
30
Limit state
29
28
27
26
25
Limit
state
Limit state
24
Limit state
23
22
Limit state
21
20
19
Limit state
Limit state
Limit state
Bits 16 to 31, This member has paired bits which represent the state of up to 16 limit (00 = None, 01 = Limit Low,
10 = Limit High,
Module
Availabilty
RMH
RML
RMS
Module
Availabilty
31
30
Alarm state
29
28
Alarm state
27
26
25
Alarm state
24
Alarm state
23
22
Alarm state
21
20
19
Alarm state
18
Alarm state
17
16
Alarm state
Bits 16 to 31, This member has paired bits which represent the state of up to 16 alarms (00 = None, 01
= Alarm Low, 10 = Alarm High, 11 = Other)
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
Closed Loop Set Point (instance i)
RMH
Bits 16 to 31, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
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15
14
Input
error
status
Loop
error
status
13
12
Actual CM
11
10
9
8
7
Tune
status
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
3
2
1
0
3
2
1
0
Control Loop Output Power (instance i)
Bits 0 to 10, Signed 10 bits with implied tenths precision (-100.0 to 100.0)
Bit 11, Loop Tuning Status (0 = Off, 1 = Error)
Bits 12 and 13, Actual Control Mode (00 = Off, 01 = Manual, 10 = Auto )
Bit 14, Loop Error Status (0 = None, 1 = Error)
Bit 15, Analog Input Error Status (0 = None, 1 = Error)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
Input
error
status
8
7
6
5
4
Filtered Analog Input Value (instance i)
Bits 0 to 14, Signed 15 bits with implied tenths precision (-1638.4 to 1638.3)
Bit 15, Analog Input Error Status (0 = None, 1 = Error)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
Filtered Analog Input Value (instance i)
Bits 0 to 15, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
Spare
Input
error
status
3
2
1
0
2
1
0
Bits 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14, Re flect the Analog Input Error Status for instance i to
instance i + 15 respectively (0 = None, 1 = Error)
15
14
Limit state
13
12
11
10
9
8
Input
error
status
7
6
5
4
Analog Input Value (instance i)
Bits 0 to 12, Signed 13 bits, whole (-4096 to 4095)
Bits 13 and 29, Analog Input Error Status (0 = None, 1 = Error)
Bits 14 to 15, Limit State (00 = None, 01 = Limit Low, 10 = Limit High, 11 = Other)
15
14
Limit state
13
12
Limit state
11
10
Limit state
9
8
7
6
Limit state
Limit state
5
4
Limit state
3
Limit state
Limit state
Bits 0 to 15, This member has paired bits which represent the state of up to 16 limit (00 = None, 01 = Limit Low,
10 = Limit High,
15
14
Alarm state
13
12
Alarm state
11
10
Alarm state
9
8
7
Alarm state
6
Alarm state
5
4
Alarm state
3
2
Alarm state
1
0
Alarm state
Bits 0 to 15, This member has paired bits which represent the state of up to 16 alarms (00 = None, 01
= Alarm Low, 10 = Alarm High, 11 = Other)
15
14
spare
Open
loop
clear
13
Control
Mode
12
11
10
9
8
7
Initiate
tune
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Open Loop Set Point (instance i)
Bits 0 to 10, Signed 10 bits with implied tenths precision (-100.0 to 100.0)
Bit 12 and 13, Control Mode (00 = Off, 01 = Manual, 10 = Auto )
Bit 14, Clear an Open loop Condition (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
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Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Control Loop (C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
O2T
(A) 3
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Control Loop (C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
O2T
(A) 4
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Control Loop (C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
O2T
(A) 5
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Limt Loop
O2T
(C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
(A) 0x0A (10)
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
28
27
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
19
18
17
16
20
19
18
17
16
20
19
18
17
16
20
19
18
17
16
Bits 16 to 31, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7 )
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
Heat Proportional Band (instance i)
RMH
Module
Availabilty
25
Closed Loop Set Point (instance i +1)
RMH
Module
Availabilty
26
Bits 16 to 31, Unsigned 16 bits with implied tenths precision (0 to 6553.5)
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
Cool Proportional Band (instance i)
RMH
Bits 16 to 31, Unsigned 16 bits with implied tenths precision (0 to 6553.5)
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
RML
spare
Limit
clear
Clear
latched
error
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
Limit Set Point High (instance i)
Bits 16 to 28, Signed 13 bits whole (-4096 to 4095)
Bit 29, Clear Latched Input Error (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Bit 30, Clear Latched Error (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Limit Loop
O2T
(C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
(A) 7
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
RML
spare
Limit
clear
Clear
latched
error
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
Limit Set Point High (instance i + 1)
Bits 16 to 28, Signed 13 bits whole (-4096 to 4095)
Bit 29, Clear Latched Input Error (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Bit 30, Clear Latched Error (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Limt Loop
O2T
(C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
(A) 9
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Alarm O2T
(C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
(A) 0x0D (13)
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
RML
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
Bits 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30, Li mit Clear for instance i to instance i + 15 respectively (0 =
Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Module
Availabilty
RMH
RML
RMS
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
19
18
17
16
19
18
17
16
19
18
17
16
Bits 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30, Alar m Silence for instance i to instance i + 15
respectively (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Bits 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29 and 31, Alarm Clear for instance i to instance
i + 15 respectively (0 = Ignore, 1 = Silence)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
Alarm O2T
(C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
(A) 0x0E (14)
Module
Availabilty
RMH
RML
RMS
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
Alarm
clear
24
23
22
21
20
Alarm Set Point High (instance i)
Bits 16 to 30, Signed 15 bits with implied tenths precision (-1638.4 to 1638.3 )
Bit 31, Alarm Clear (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
(I) 1 to 24
Variable O2T
(A) 0x12 (18)
Assembly
Class,
Instance,
Attribute
(C) 0x71 (113)
Variable O2T (I) 1 to 24
(A) 0x13 (19)
Module
Availabilty
31
30
29
28
27
RMH
RML
RMS
25
24
23
22
21
20
Analog Value
RMH
RML
RMS
Module
Availabilty
26
Bits 16 to 31, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
31
30
Digital State
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29
28
Digital State
27
26
25
Digital State
24
Digital State
23
22
Digital State
21
20
Digital State
Digital State
Digital State
Bits 16 to 31, This member has paired bits which represent the digital state of up to 8
Variables instance i to instance i + 15 respectively (00 = Off, 01 = On)
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15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
4
3
2
1
0
4
3
2
1
0
Closed Loop Set Point (instance i)
Bits 0 to 15, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
Integral Time (instance i)
Bits 0 to 15, Unsigned 16 bits whole (0 to 6553.5)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
Derivative Time (instance i)
Bits 0 to 15, Unsigned 16 bits whole (0 to 6553.5)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
spare
7
6
Limit Set Point Low (instance i)
Bits 0 to 12, Signed 13 bits whole (-4096 to 4095)
15
14
13
spare
Limit
clear
Clear
latched
error
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
Limit Set Point High (instance i)
Bits 0 to 12, Signed 13 bits whole (-4096 to 4095)
Bits 13, Clear Latched Input Error (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
Bits 14, Clear Latched Error (0 = Ignore, 1 = Clear)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
spare
Limit
clear
Bits 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14, Li mit Clear for instance i to instance i + 15 respectively (0 = Ignore, 1
= Clear)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Alarm
clear
Alarm
silence
Bits 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14, Alar m Silence for instance i to instance i + 15 respectively (0 = Ignore,
1 = Clear)
Bits 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15, Alar m Clear for instance i to instance i + 15 respectively (0 = Ignore, 1
= Silence)
15
14
13
12
11
10
Alarm
silence
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
4
3
2
1
0
3
2
1
0
Alarm Set Point Low (instance i)
Bits 0 to 14, Signed 15 bits with implied tenths precision (-1638.4 to 1638.3)
Bit 15, Alarm Silence (0 = Ignore, 1 = Silence)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
Analog Value
Bits 0 to 15, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
Bits 0 to 15 and 16 to 31, Signed 16 bits with implied tenths precision (-3276.8 to 3276.7)
15
14
Digital State
13
12
Digital State
11
10
Digital State
9
8
7
Digital State
6
Digital State
5
4
Digital State
Digital State
Digital State
Bits 0 to 15, This member has paired bits which represent the digital state of up to 8 Variables
instance i to instance i + 15 respectively (00 = Off, 01 = On )
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grammable function key
• Typical display update rate 1Hz
Line Voltage/Power
• 20.4 to 30.8Vı (ac/dc), 50/60Hz, ±5 percent
• Any external power supply used should comply with a class 2 or
SELV rating. (See specific module specification listing for maximum VA power consumption)
• Data retention upon power failure via nonvolatile memory
• Compliant with Semi F47-0200, Figure R1-1 voltage sag requirements
• Power consumption: 4 W, 9VA
Environment
• 0 to 149°F (-18 to 65°C) operating temperature
• -40 to 185°F (-40 to 85°C) storage temperature
• 0 to 90 percent RH, non-condensing
• Rail Mount modules are considered to be open type equipment
needing to be installed in a fire and shock protection enclosure,
such as a NEMA Type 1 enclosure; unless all circuit connections
are Class 2 or SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage)
Agency Certificationss
• Optional equipment
• 1/16 DIN
• Dual 4 digit, 7-segment displays
• Keys: Advance, infinity, up, down, plus a programmable EZ-Key
• Seven-segment address LED, programmed via push-button
switch
• Communications activity, 2 LEDs
Maximum System Configuration
• One RMA module plus up to 16 additional RM modules (any
combination), up to 152 loops
Data Logging
• File storage on-removable micro SD card
• CSV (Common separated value) file type
• Export files via removable micro SD (Secure Digital) memory
card or via USB communications port
Memory Card
• Removable micro SD physical size
• 2G SD memory card provided, accepts other storage space
amounts
• -25 to +85°C ambient rating, non-volatile memory
• Information access to configuration files, ability to store module
auto-configuration settings and data log files if options have
been ordered
• Integrated memory
- Supports up to four modules and two profiles
• With micro SD memory card installed
- Supports up to 16 modules
• DIN-rail specification EN50022, 35 x 7.5 mm (1.38 x 0.30 in.)
• Can be DIN-rail mounted or chassis mounted with customersupplied fasteners
Note:
Wiring Termination—Touch-Safe Terminals
• Right angle and front screw type terminal blocks (slots A, B, D,
E)
- Input, power and controller output terminals, touch-safe re
movable 12 to 30 AWG
• Wire strip length 7.6 mm (0.30 in.)
• Torque 0.8Nm (7.0 lb.-in.) right angle, 0.5Nm (4.51lb-in) front
terminal block
• Dimensional Drawing
• Use solid or stranded copper conductors only
155 (6.10)
• EIA 232/485, Modbus® RTU
• EtherNet/IP™, Modbus® TCP, 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
• DeviceNet™
• Profibus DP
• USB, RM recognized as a mass storage device
Auto-configuration File Back-up
Mounting
148 (5.80)
Additional Communication Options:
• Accuracy (typical): +/- 30ppm at 25°C
• +30/-100ppm (-20 to 65°C)
• Battery type and typical lifetime rating: 10 years at 25°C
• Lithium battery used, recycle properly
Remote User Interface (RUI)
Straight
• User's Guide, printed hard copy, P/N 0600-0072-0000
• Watlow Support Tools CD, P/N 0601-0001-0000
Real Time Clock with Battery Back-up
• All modules ship with isolated standard bus protocol for configuration and communication connection to all other EZ-ZONE
products
Dimension “A” (mm/in.)
EZ-ZONE RM Product Documentation
• USB 1.1 device
• Mini USB connector type B
• Recognized as a mass storage device/serial communications
Serial Communications
Standard
• AC/DC Power supply converter 90-264VÅ (ac) to 24VÎ (dc) volts.
• P/N 0847-0299-0000: 31 W
• P/N 0847-0300-0000: 60 W
• P/N 0847-0301-0000: 91 W
USB
• UL®/EN 61010 listed; c-UL C22.2 #61010
• ANSI/ISA 12.12.01-2007 Class 1, Div. 2-Group A, B, C, D Temperature code T4 (optional)
• EN 60529 IP20; RM modules
• UL® 50, Type 4X indoor use RUI EZK Series
• NEMA 4X, EN 60529 IP66; RUI EZK Series
• RoHS by design, W.E.E.E.
• FM Class 3545 on limit control versions
Connector
Power Supplies
All module parameters are backed up in memory
except for USER SET 1 and USER SET 2 parameter
settings.
Note:
These specifications are subject to change without
prior notice.
Optional Accessories
User Interface
Basic RUI
• 1⁄16 DIN
• Dual 4 digit, 7-segment LED displays
• Keys: Advance, infinity, up, down keys, plus an EZ-KEY pro-
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EZ-ZONE Rail-Mount Access Module Ordering Information
Access module requires a Class 2 or SELV power supply 20.4 to 30.8 V ~(ac) /
port for configuration with EZ-ZONE Configurator software.
(dc), communication
Code Number
1 2
3
EZ-ZONE
Rail Mount
Access
Module
RM
A
9 10
8
Sys. Conf.
Ramp/Soak
& Data
Functions
Logging
Options
Future
Options
-
A
11 12
Additional
Options
AA
Future Options
=
Standard
=
=
=
=
=
None
Modbus ® RTU 232/485
EtherNet/IP™, Modbus ®/TCP
DeviceNet™
Profibus DP
=
=
None
Battery backup and real time clock for profile ramp and soak
Communications Options
6
Ramp/Soak Functions
7
A
B
-
7
Right angle screw connector (standard)
Front screw connector
Custom
5
A
2
3
5
6
6
Comms.
Options
Connector Style
4
A =
F =
S =
A
5
Future
Options
4
Connector
Style
System Configuration & Data Logging Options
8
Order
Option
Limited
Unlimited AutoConfiguration Configuration
On-Board
USB “Device”
File Back-up, File Back-up, Data Logging
Comms.
Maximum 4
Maximum 16
Modules
Modules
Mobile
Data
A
B
Y
D
USB Device Configuration: USB access to configuration files (and
data log files if data logging option is ordered) stored via on-board
SD memory card. PC access to product via Standard Bus protocol.
Auto-Configuration Backup: Limited fixed on board memory can
support backing up configuration files for a maximum of 4 modules.
The unlimited option utilizes a SD memory card to enable
configuration file backup for up to 16 modules. Feature can be used
for cloning configuration files to multiple modules or for easy field
replacement to limit downtime.
Data Logging: Data log files stored on 2G SD memory card. Data
files can be exported via USB communication port transfer or
removing SD card into external card reader. Watlow reserves the
right to ship a larger memory amount at any point in time.
Mobile Data: Transfer configuration files (and data logging files
if data logging option is ordered) via removable SD memory card.
9 10
Future Options
AA = Standard
11 12
Additional Options
Firmware, Overlays, Parameter Settings
AA = Standard
AB = Replacement connectors hardware only, for the entered
model number
12 = Class 1, Div. 2 (not available with integrated limit controller
or mechanical relay options)
XX = Custom
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Index
[`Ad;d] DeviceNet Address 27
[Ad;M] Modbus Address 25
[Ai;nb] Implicit Input Assembly
Quantity 28
[a;loc] Profibus Address Lock 27
[AME] Available Memory 22
[anLg] Analog Variable 34
[Ao;nb] Implicit Output Assembly
Quantity 28
[`A;ti] Available Logging Time 22
[`A;ti] Available Logging Time 22
[bAUd] Baud Rate 25
[bAUd] Baud Rate 25
[bCUP] Backup Menu 22, 23, 33
[`C_F] Display Units 27
[Code] Public Key 37
[CoM] Communications Menu 25,
32
[dAtE] Date 30
[dAtE] Date of Manufacture 37
[`dEC] Display Precision 33
[d;For] Date Format 30
[diAg] Diagnostics Menu 37
[`Dig] Digital Variable 34
[dLog] Data Logging Menu 22
[doW] Day of Week 30
[d;prs] Display Pairs 25
[du;En] Device Enable 27
[du;St] Device Status 27
[EiP;E] Ethernet/IP™ Enable 26
[f;act] Full Action 31
[`FC;E] DeviceNet Quick Connect
Enable 27
[gtW] Local Remote Gateway Menu
27
[hoUr] Hour 29
[iP;F1] IP Fixed Address Part 1 25
[iP;F2] IP Fixed Address Part 2 26
[iP;F3] IP Fixed Address Part 3 26
[iP;F4] IP Fixed Address Part 4 25,
26
[iP;M] IP Address Mode 25
[iP;S1] IP Fixed Subnet Part 1 26
[iP;S2] IP Fixed Subnet Part 2 26
[`LoC] Security Setting Menu 36, 37
[loC;l] Locked Access Level 36
[LoC;o] Lock Operations Page 36, 40
[Mb;E] Modbus TCP Enable 26
[M;hL] Modbus Word Order 25
[Min] Minute 29
[M;oF] Modbus Offset 28
[Mon] Month 30
[`nU;S] Non-volatile Save 27
[`oSt] CIP Instance Offset 28
[p;add] Profibus DP Address 27
[`PAr] Parity 25
[pas;a] Administrator Password 37
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[pas;e] Password Enable 36
[pass] Password 37
[pas;u] User Password 36
[PErd] Period 31
[Poti] Power Off Time 30
[`Pro] Profile Menu 30
[rESt] Restore 34
[`rEu] Software Revision 37
[rLoC] Read Lockout Security 36,
40
[roll] Rolling Password 36
[`rtC] Real Time Clock Menu 29
[`s2;A] Source Zone A 31
[SAuE] Save 33
[S;bLd] Software Build 37
[Sfn;a] Source Function A 31
[`si;A] Source Instance A 31
[SLoC] Set Lockout Security 36, 40
[``Sn] Serial Number 37
[`s;of] Profibus DP Slot Offset 29
[Stat] Status 22
[stat] Status 27
[Stat] Status 22
[T;For] Time Format 30
[tyPE] Variable Data Type 34
[ULoC] Unlock 35
[Unit] Units 34
[USr;r] User Restore Set 25, 40
[USr;S] User Save Set 25, 40
[`uAr] Variable Menu 34
[YEAr] Year 30
[2onE] Zone 23
[2onE] Zone 23
A
Access Module Menus
Factory Page
Diagnostics Menu 37
Security Setting Menu 36
Operations Page
Backup Menu 22, 23
Data Logging Menu 22
Setup Page
Backup Menu 33
Communications Menu 25
Local Remote Gateway Menu 27
Log Point Menu 32
Profile Menu 30
Real Time Clock Menu 29
Access Module wiring 14
Address Standard Bus 27
Administrator Password 37
Agency Certifications 3
Appendix 59
Auto-configuration 3
Available Logging Time 22
Available Memory 22
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B
Backup 42, 46
Backup Menu 22, 23, 33
Baud Rate 25
C
Common Industrial Protocol 52
CIP Implicit Assemblies 52
CIP Implicit Assembly Structure 62
Compact Implicit Assembly Class
52, 66
Introduction to CIP 52
Modifying Implicit Assembly Members 53
Using DeviceNet™ 55
Using EtherNet/IP™ 53
Communications Menu 25
D
Data Logging 42
Data Logging Menu 22
Date of Manufacture 37
Diagnostics Menu 37
dimensions 7–8
Display Pairs 25
E
environment 71
EZ-ZONE RMA & Communications
49
Protocols 49
F
Factory Page
Control Module 7, 35, 49
G
Global Menu 25
H
I
IP Address Mode 25
IP Fixed Address Part 1 25
IP Fixed Address Part 2 26
IP Fixed Address Part 3 26
IP Fixed Address Part 4 25, 26
IP Fixed Subnet Part 1 26
IP Fixed Subnet Part 2 26
isolation blocks 13
J
K
L
line voltage/power 71
Local Remote Gateway Menu 27
Locked Access Level 36
Lock Operations Page 40
Lockout Menu 40
Chapter 8 Appendix
M
U
Modbus
User Programmable Memory Blocks
49
Assembly Definition Addresses 49
Assembly Working Addresses 49
Using Modbus RTU 50
Using Modbus TCP 52
O
User Password 36
User Programmable Memory Blocks
49
User Restore Set 25, 40
User Save Set 25, 40
Using DeviceNet™ 55
Using EtherNet/IP™ 53
Using EZ-ZONE® Configurator Software 43
Using Modbus RTU 50
Using Modbus TCP 52
operator interface 71
V
P
Variable Menu 34
Parity 25
Password 35, 37
Power Off Time 41
power supplies 9
Profibus DP 57
Introduction to Profibus DP 57
Profile Menu 30
programming the Home Page 40
Protocols 49
Public Key 35, 37
W
N
network wiring 18
Quick Connect 57
Wiring
Connecting and Wiring the Modules
17
DeviceNet™ 15
EtherNet/IP™ 15
Modbus RTU 15
Modbus TCP 15
Profibus DP 16
Standard Bus 14
Wiring a Serial EIA-485 Network 18
wiring a serial EIA-485 network 18
R
X
Read Lockout Security 40
Real Time Clock 41
Real Time Clock Menu 29
Remote User Interface 71
Restore 42, 46
Rolling Password 36
Y
Q
Z
Zone 23
S
Saving Settings to Non-volatile
Memory 58
secure settings 40
Security Setting 37
Security Setting Menu 36
serial communications 71
Serial Number 37
Set Lockout Security 40
Setup Page
Control Module 24
Software Build 37
Software Configuration 43
Specifications 71
standard connector, all modules 13
System Security 40
T
terminal function
Access Module 12
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Declaration of Conformity
EZ Zone Series RM
WATLOW
an ISO
1241 Bundy Blvd.
Winona, MN 55987 USA
9001 approved facility since 1996.
Declares that the following Series RM (Rail Mount) products:
Model Numbers:
RM followed by additional letters or numbers describing use of up to four module
options of various inputs and outputs or communications.
Classification:
Temperature control, Installation Category II, Pollution degree 2
Voltage and Frequency:
SELV 24 to 28 V� ac 50/60 Hz or dc
Power Consumption:
RMA models 4 Watts, any other RM model 7 Watts
Environmental Rating:
IP20
Meet the essential requirements of the following European Union Directives by using the relevant standards show
below to indicate compliance.
2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
EN 61326-1
2006
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
EN 61000-4-11
EN 61000-3-2
2
EN 61000-3-3
SEMI F47
1996
2006
2004
2006
1996
2004
2005
2005
2000
A1, A2, 2001
A1, A2, A3, 2005
Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory
use – EMC requirements, Industrial Immunity, Class A
Emissions (Not for use in a Class B environment without
additional filtering).
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity
Radiated Field Immunity
Electrical Fast-Transient / Burst Immunity
Surge Immunity
Conducted Immunity
Voltage Dips, Short Interruptions and Voltage Variations Immunity
Harmonic Current Emissions
Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker
Specification for Semiconductor Sag Immunity Figure R1-1
NOTE 1: To comply with flicker requirements cycle time may need to be up to 160 seconds if load
current is at 15A, or the maximum source impedance needs to be < 0.13. Control power input of RM
models comply with 61000-3-3 requirements.
2
EN 61010-1
2006/95/EC Low-Voltage Directive
2001
Safety Requirements of electrical equipment for measurement,
control and laboratory use. Part 1: General requirements
Compliant with 2002/95/EC RoHS Directive
Please Recycle Properly
Per 2002/96/EC W.E.E.E Directive
Raymond D. Feller III
Name of Authorized Representative
Winona, Minnesota, USA
Place of Issue
March 2010
Date of Issue
General Manager
Title of Authorized Representative
Watlow EZ-ZONE ® RMA Module
Signature of Authorized Representative
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How to Reach Us
Corporate Headquarters
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TOTAL
CUSTOMER
SATISFACTION
3 Year Warranty
Wat low EZ-ZONE ® RMA Module
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