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Model 2082-14x-47
Instruction Manual
Redundant Unit Controller
December 2013, Rev. B
MODE
STATUS
POWER
1
2
AUTO
ALARM
MANUAL
STATUS
STDBY
LOCAL
PATH
ONLINE
REMOTE
1
2
UNIT 1
UNIT 2
UNIT 3
450
470
380
1>1
2>2
MODEL 2082
CONTROLLER
MENU
CROSS TECHNOLOGIES INC.
EXECUTE
3
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MODEL 2082-14x-47 Redundant Unit Controller
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warranty
1.0 General
1.1 Equipment Description
1.2 Technical Characteristics
1.3 Control & Operation
1.4 Setup/Testing
1.5 M&C Interface
1.6 Environmental Use Information
2.0 Installation
2.1 Mechanical
2.2 Rear I/O’s
2.3 Front Panel Controls, Indicators
2.4 Installation/Operation
2.5 Menu Settings
3.0 Ethernet Interface Installation & Operation
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WARRANTY - The following warranty applies to all Cross Technologies, Inc. products.
All Cross Technologies, Inc. products are warranted against defective materials and workmanship for a period
of one year after shipment to customer. Cross Technologies, Inc.’s obligation under this warranty is limited
to repairing or, at Cross Technologies, Inc.’s option, replacing parts, subassemblies, or entire assemblies.
Cross Technologies, Inc. shall not be liable for any special, indirect, or consequential damages. This
warranty does not cover parts or equipment which have been subject to misuse, negligence, or accident by the
customer during use. All shipping costs for warranty repairs will be prepaid by the customer. There are not
other warranties, express or implied, except as stated herein.
CROSS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
6170 Shiloh Road
Alpharetta, Georgia 30005
(770) 886-8005
FAX (770) 886-7964
Toll Free 888-900-5588
WEB www.crosstechnologies.com
E-MAIL info@crosstechnologies.com
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MODEL 2082-14x-47 Redundant Unit Controller
1.0 General
1.1 Equipment Description
The Model 2082-14x-47 Redundant Unit Controller is used to power, monitor and control LNA or LNB
amplifiers configured in 1:1 (2082-141-47) or 1:2 (2082-142-47) redundancy. Front panel LEDs indicate
power, status (online, standby, alarm), and mode (auto, manual, local, remote). Up to 600 ma is available to
power each amplifier and +47 VDC is provided for 1:1 (1.5A) or 1:2 (3A) waveguide switch drive. The Model
2082-141-47 has +47 volts common and the 2082-141-47P has ground common. LNA or LNB current is
measured and a fault is signaled if the current deviates from user selected thresholds. Multi-function switches
select Auto, Local, or Remote operation, priorities for 1:2, and the signal path in the Manual mode. Remote
operation via the RS232/RS485 M&C interface allows selection of priorities (1:2) and the signal path. Ethernet
is available as option, -W8, -W18, or -W28. Contact closure to ground inputs allow selection of Local/Remote,
and Auto/Manual Modes. An LCD display shows each amplifier’s current, and signal path. Form C relay
contact closures indicate amplifier and power supply status, waveguide switch position, Auto, Remote, and
Manual operation. Connectors are DB37 for contact closure I/Os, MS3112E16-23S for the amplifier plate
signals, and DB9s for monitor and control and auxiliary external contact closure alarm inputs. The 2082-14x-47
is housed in a 1RU chassis and is powered by redundant power supplies fed by separate, fused 100-240 ±10%
VAC AC input connectors.
MODE
STATUS
POWER
1
2
UNIT 1
AUTO
ALARM
MANUAL
STATUS
STDBY
LOCAL
PATH
ONLINE
REMOTE
1
MODEL 2082
UNIT 2
450
CONTROLLER
470
MENU
CROSS TECHNOLOGIES INC.
1>1
EXECUTE
2
FRONT PANEL
AC1
AC2
PLATE ASSY
5 4 3 2 1
GND
9 8 7 6
I/O
5 4 3 2 1
19 18 17 1615 14 13 12 1110 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
37 36 35 3433 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20
9 8 7 6
J2
J1
MONITOR
AND
CONTROL FUSE
J3A
UNIT 1
EXT
ALARM
J3B
VDC
F1
DS1
VDC
F2
GND
FUSE
UNIT 3
FUSE
UNIT 2
DS2
VDC
F3
DS3
J4
REAR PANEL - Shown with optional Ethernet Connector (J2)
FIGURE 1.1
Front and Rear Panels
LNA
1
SWITCH
1
SWITCH
1
RF
IN
RF
OUT
LNA
2
OFFLINE
IN
EXT ALARMS
FIGURE 1.2
2082-14x-47 Manual, Rev. B
PLATE ASSY
OFFLINE
OUT
2082
MONITORS
Block Diagram (Upconverter Scenario)
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1.2 Technical Characteristics
TABLE 1.0
2082-47X-47 Switch Specifications*
LNA/LNB Power
Output Voltage/Current
+15 ±1 Volts/0.6 amps max., each unit
2 (for -141), 3 (for -142)
Number Powered
Switch Drive Characteristics
Fault Detection time
50 ms max.
Total Switch over time
100 ms max., based on switch specifications
Drive Voltage
47 Volts, 1.5A (for -141-47), 3A (for -142-47)
Alarm and Control, M&C
Alarm Output Signal
Form C relay: 100 VDC, 0.5A, 3W max.
M&C Interface
RS232C or RS485, Selectable, Ethernet Optional
M&C Signal
900 baud rate, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 start bit
Controls, Indicators
Mode Select
Local/Remote, Auto/Manual push-button switches, contact closures,
or remote selection.
Power On Status
Green LEDʼs (PS1, PS2), External Form C contact closure, M&C serial
Remote Select Status
Yellow LED, External Form C contact closure, M&C serial
Manual Select Status
Yellow LED, External Form C contact closure, M&C serial
Alarm Status
Red LEDʼs, External Form C contact closure, M&C serial
(for amplifiers, Ext. and Summary alarm)
Controls, Others
Parallel I/O Connector
DB37, female
External Alarm
DB9, female
M&C Connector
DB9, female
Amp Plate Connector
MS3112E16-23S
Size
1 RU, 19 inch standard chassis, 1.75” high x 16.0” deep
Power
Redundant 100-240 ±10% VAC, 47-63 Hz, 150 Watts max. power supplies
Remote M&C Ethernet Options
W8-
Ethernet with Web Browser Interface
W18-
Ethernet with SNMP (and MIB) Interface
W28-
Ethernet with Direct TCP/IP Interface
Other Options
Input Closure Alarm Option: Call Cross Technologies
Models
2082-141-47
1:1 Redundant Unit Controller, +47 VDC Common
2082-142-47
1:2 Redundant Unit Controller, +47 VDC Common
2082-141-47P
1:1 Redundant Unit Controller, Ground Common
2082-142-47P
1:2 Redundant Unit Controller, Ground Common
*+10˚C to +40˚C; Specifications subject to change without notice
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1.3 Control & Operation
The 2082-14x-47 Redundant Unit Controller is designed to be 'controlled' either Locally or Remotely
(Local/Remote) and the 'switching' is either Automatic or Manual (Auto/Manual). The controller defaults to
Local (control)/Auto (switching) mode. These are described in more detail below.
1.3.1 Local/Remote (Control) Mode
Local mode is the default 'control' mode of the controller. When the unit is in the local mode it will ignore any
serial commands it receives through serial M&C connector J3 or through the ethernet interface. Local mode
means control of the system is managed with front panel commands and external “ground to activate” inputs.
A grounded external input will override the front panel input that controls the same function. The following
table describes the “ground to activate” pins located on the DB37 parallel I/O connector and their function.
When the unit is in the remote mode it will respond only to serial M&C commands or ethernet Webpage and
SNMP commands.
DB37 (J1) Pin
18
Function
Auto/Manual Select: Ground to activate Manual Mode.
1.3.2 Auto/Manual (Switching) Mode
Auto mode is the default 'switching' mode of the controller. When in the auto mode the controller is
continuously monitoring the status of AMP1 and AMP2. If a fault is detected from AMP1 then AMP2 is
switched into the signal path of the faulted unit.
Manual mode may be set via a front panel command, an M&C port command, or by grounding the
AUTO/MAN external input (J1, pin 18). When the controller is in the manual mode it ignores fault and alarm
inputs and allows the user to manually operate the waveguide switch.
There are 3 methods available to manually operate the waveguide switch.
Method 1 is locally from the front panel interface. The unit must be in Manual Mode and Local Mode to use
this method.
Method 2 is remotely from the serial M&C or Ethernet (optional) interface. The unit must be in Manual Mode
and Remote Mode to use this method.
Method 3 allows the user to physically (“manually”) turn the waveguide switch by hand. The unit must be in
Manual Mode but may be in either Local or Remote Mode when using this method.
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1.4 Setup/Testing
At the time of installation / testing the user needs to verify that the controller is properly installed and that the
'back-up' signal path and LNA are functioning properly. The 2082-14x-xx must first be properly wired to a
waveguide switch in order to perform any testing. The 2082-14x-xx will not send any waveguide switch
control signals if the unit cannot read a valid position from the waveguide switch(s). The switch position read
from the waveguide switch is displayed on the bottom line of the main LCD display screen. If “ERROR!” is
displayed then the unit cannot read a valid position.
From the optional Webpage Interface there is a Switch Position status field. If “ERROR!” is displayed in that
field then the unit cannot read a valid position.
From the optional SNMP interface there is an Object ID named switchPos2082141. If the value 99 is read
from that object ID then the unit cannot read a valid position.
The 2082-14x-xx reads the waveguide switch position through the MS connector J4 on the rear panel.
Typical waveguide switch wiring for Models 2082-141-47, 2082-141-47P, 2082-142-47 and 2082-142-47P
are shown in the following 4 diagrams:
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The micro controller in the 2082-141-xx determines the switch position by detecting the presence of switch
common voltage on either Pos1 or Pos2. If no presence of switch common voltage is detected then the
position is reported as “ERROR!”. The 2082-141-xx will not send waveguide switch control signals if it
cannot determine a valid switch position.
There are three possible methods for a user to override auto switching while in Manual mode to perform
waveguide switch testing. These methods are referred to as LOCAL (which provides two (2) possible ways)
and REMOTE (one (1) way). These are described below.
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1.4.1 LOCAL. As mentioned above, local provides two possibilities to override auto switching. The first is
via the Front Panel Menu and the second is via the Manual Override Knob located on the waveguide switch
(if so equipped.) Both of these require that the 2082-14x-47 be placed in the MANUAL MODE.
1.4.2 Front Panel Menu.
To override auto switching via the Front Panel Menu …
1) Place the unit in MANUAL MODE.
2) The LCD display will display the following message showing the current location of the switch:
Manually Set
POS=1>1
R
3) You may now select switch positions using the UP/DOWN switch. For a 2082-14x-47, 1 for 1
controller, the switch position choices are: 1>1 (Primary active), or 2>1 (Backup active).
4) Once the Switch position is selected, push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the next menu.
5) Use the LEFT/RIGHT switch to move the cursor to R (return), then push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE
switch to jump to the SAVE SETTINGS menu.
1.4.3 Manual Override Knob.
To override auto switching via Manual Override Knob …
1) Place the unit in MANUAL MODE.
2) The LCD display will display the following message showing the current location of the switch:
Manually Set
POS=1>1
3)
R
Once testing has been completed, the 2082-14x-47 Redundant Unit Controller should be restored to
AUTO mode.
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1.4.4 REMOTE
To override auto switching remotely…
[The unit must be in the REMOTE mode to execute any remote commands.]
From the serial M&C Interface:
1) SET the unit to MANUAL mode through the following command…
{aaC9x}
where x = 1 sets switch to MANUAL.
2) To manually test the switches, send the following remote M&C command to the unit.
{aaCAx}
where x = 1 sets switch to position 1 (Primary active),
and x = 2 sets switch to position 2 (Backup active.)
3) When testing is completed, return the unit to AUTO mode through the following command…
{aaC9x}
where x = 0 sets switch to AUTO.
From the (optional) Ethernet Interface:
Webpage:
1. Select “Manual” control mode.
2. Select “Remote” control mode.
3. Select the desired set position, either 1 to 1 or 2 to 1.
4. Click “Update Other”.
SNMP:
1. Set ObjectID ctrlMode to 1 (MANUAL).
2. Set ObjectID ctrlSource to 1 (REMOTE).
3. Set ObjectID switchPos to the desired position, either 1 (AMP1 to 1) or 2 (AMP2 to 1).
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1.5 M&C Interface
1.5.1 Remote Serial Interface
Protocol: RS232C, 9600 baud rate, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 start bit, and 1 stop bit.
(RS232C, RS422, or RS485 - option Q)
Connectors: Rear panel, DB9 female
TABLE 2.1 J3A Monitor & Control Pinout
Pin
Function
1
RS422/RS485 Tx-
2
RS232C Tx, RS422/RS485 Tx+
3
RS232C Rx, RS422/RS485 Rx+
4
RS422/RS485 Tx-
5
GND
6
Not Used
7
Not Used
8
Not Used
9
Not Used
1.5.2 Status Requests Table 1.1 lists the status requests for the 2082-14x-47 and briefly describes them.
*
PLEASE NOTE: The two character {aa}(00-31) prefix, in the table below,
should be used ONLY when RS-485, (OPTION-Q), is selected.
TABLE 1.1 2082-14x-47 Status
Stattus Requests
Command
Syntax *
Description
Model and Firmware version
{aaSM}
Returns {aaSMbbbbbbbbvercccc} where:
• bbbbbbbb = Model number
• cccc = Firmware version
AMP1 Status
{aaS1}
Returns {aaS1bbbcccdd} where:
• bbb = AMP1 measured current
• ccc = AMP1 nominal current setting
• dd = AMP1 window
AMP2 Status
{aaS2}
Returns {aaS2bbbcccdd} where:
• bbb = AMP2 measured current
• ccc = AMP2 nominal current setting
• dd = AMP2 window
Controller Status
{aaS4}
Returns {aaS4bcdefg} where:
• b = 0 if in AUTO, 1 if in MANUAL
• c = 0 if in LOCAL, 1 if in REMOTE
• d = 0 if PRIORITY1, 1 if PRIORITY2
• e = 0 if no backup, 1 if AMP1 backed up
• g = Power Supply 2 Status: 0 = good, 1 = alarm
• f = Power Supply 1 Status: 0 = good, 1 = alarm
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1.5.3 Commands Table 1.2 lists the commands for the 2082-14x-47 and briefly describes them.
After a command is sent the 2082-14x-47 sends a return “>” indicating the command has been
received and executed.
General Command Format - The general command format is {aaCND...}, where:
{ = start byte
aa = address of unit (only used if in RS485 mode, option -Q only)
C = 1 character, either C (command) or S (status)
N = 1 character command or status request
D = 1 character or more of data (depends on command)
} = stop byte
*
PLEASE NOTE: The two character {aa}(00-31) prefix, in the table below,
should be used ONLY when RS-485, (OPTION-Q), is selected.
Table 1.2 2082-14x-47 Commands
Comm
mands
Command
Syntax*
Description
Set AMP1 Nominal Value
{aaC1xx}
where:
or {aaC1}
• xx = 10 (0.100A) to 50 (0.500A)
• NOTE: Omit xx to set nominal value to currently measured value
Set AMP2 Nominal Value
{aaC2xx}
where:
or {aaC2}
• xx = 10 (0.100A) to 50 (0.500A)
• NOTE: Omit xx to set nominal value to currently measured value
Set AMP1 Window
{aaC4xx}
where:
• xx = 10 (10%) to 30 (30%) in increments of 5
Set AMP2 Window
{aaC5xx}
where:
• xx = 10 (10%) to 30 (30%) in increments of 5
Set Local/Remote
{aaC8x}
where:
• x = 0 for LOCAL mode, 1 for REMOTE mode
Set Auto/Manual
{aaC9x}
where:
• x = 0 for AUTO mode, 1 for MANUAL mode
Set Switch Position
{aaCAx}
where:
2082-141:
• x = 1 to set to:1 to 1, 2 to 2
• x = 2 to set to: 2 to 1,1 to 2
2082-142:
• x = 1 to set to: 1 to 1, 2 to 2
• x = 2 to set to: 3 to 1, 2 to 2
• x = 3 to set to: 1 to 1, 3 to 2
• NOTE: The unit will ignore the set switch position command
when not in MANUAL mode.
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1.6 Environmental Use Information
A. Rack-Mounting - To mount this equipment in a rack, please refer to the installation instructions
located in the user manual furnished by the manufacturer of your equipment rack.
B. Mechanical loading - Mounting of equipment in a rack should be such that a hazardous condition
does not exist due to uneven weight distribution.
C. Elevated operating ambient temperature - if installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly,
the operating ambient temperature of the rack may be greater than room ambient temperature.
Therefore, consideration should be given to Tmra.
D. Reduced air flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount of air flow
required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised. Additional space between units
may be required.
E. Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply
circuit and the effect that overloading of circuits could have on over current protection and supply wiring.
Appropriate consideration of equipment name plate rating should be used, when addressing this concern.
F. Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained. Particular
attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connection to the Branch
(use of power strips).
G. Top Cover - There are no serviceable parts inside the product so, the Top Cover should not be removed.
If the Top Cover is removed the ground strap and associated screw MUST BE RE-INSTALLED
prior to Top Cover screw replacement. FAILURE TO DO this may cause INGRESS and/or EGRESS
emission problems.
G. Top Cover - There are no serviceable parts inside the product so, the Top Cover should not be removed.
If the Top Cover is removed the ground strap and associated screw MUST BE RE-INSTALLED
prior to Top Cover screw replacement. FAILURE TO DO this may cause INGRESS and/or EGRESS
emission problems.
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2.0 Installation
2.1 Mechanical
The 2082-14x-47 consists of one PCB housed in a 1 RU (1 3/4 inch high) by 16 inch deep chassis.
Two redundant switching +27 VDC power supplies are diode “OR’ed to provide +26 VDC for the assembly.
The 2082-14x-47 can be secured to a rack using the 4 holes on the front panel. Figure 2.0 shows how the
2082-14x-47 is assembled.
POWER
SUPPLY
1
J4
from MS conn.
J7
from PS2
J6
from PS1
POWER
SUPPLY
2
PCB
FIGURE 2.0
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2.2 Rear Panel Input/Output Signals
Figure 2.1 shows the input and output connectors on the rear panel.
J2 Optional RJ45
Ethernet
Connector
AC1
J3A - MONITOR AND CONTROL
Allows for monitoring and controlling
of the 2082 (see Table 2.1).
DB-9 connector
DS1, DS2 - VDC LEDs
LEDs light yellow to indicate voltage
to AMP1, AMP2, and AMP3.
AC2
PLATE ASSY
5
GND
I/O
5
1918 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
J2
J1
J1 - PARALLEL I/O
See table 2.3
DB-37 connector
J3B - EXT ALARM
External additional alarm
inputs for future expansion.
DB-9 connector
FIGURE 2.1
4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
37 36 35 34 33 32 3130 29 28 2726 25 24 23 22 21 20
AC1, AC2 - POWER IN
AC inputs for redundant
switching power supplies.
100-240 ±10% VAC,
47-60 Hz.
4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
MONITOR
AND
CONTROL
J3A
EXT
ALARM
J3B
VDC
F1
GND
FUSE
UNIT 2
FUSE
UNIT 1
DS1
F1,F2 - FUSES
Fuses for the +15V going to AMP1,
AMP2, and AMP3 of the plate
assembly. 0.75A Fast Blo fuse.
VDC
F2
DS2
VDC
F3
DS3
J4
J4 - PLATE ASSY
MS connector used to connect
external Amplifier Plate Assembly.
see Table 2.2
2082-141-47 Rear Panel I/Oʼs
TABLE 2.1 J3A Monitor & Control Pinout
Pin
Function
1
RS422/RS485 Tx-
2
RS232C Tx, RS422/RS485 Tx+
3
RS232C Rx, RS422/RS485 Rx+
4
RS422/RS485 Tx-
5
GND
6
Not Used
7
Not Used
8
Not Used
9
Not Used
*Remote Serial Interface
Interface: DB9 Male
Protocol: RS232C (RS232C/422/485 option Q only), 9600 baud rate, no parity,
8 data bits, 1 start bit, 1 stop bit.
TABLE 2.2 J4 (Plate Assy) MS Connector Pinout
Pins
Functional Description
A
AMP1 +15VDC, 0.6A (Fused - F1, LED DS1)
C
AMP2 +15VDC, 0.6A (Fused - F2, LED DS2)
E
AMP3 +15VDC, 0.6A (Fused - F3, LED DS3)
B,D,F,V
GROUND
J,K,R,S
Switch Common, +26VDC, 5A max
-142 ONLY
G,H
Switch #1 - Position 1
L,M
Switch #1 - Position 2
N,P
Switch #2 - Position 1 (-142 ONLY)
-142 ONLY
T,U
Switch #2 - Position 2 (-142 ONLY)
-142 ONLY
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TABLE 2.3
2.3
J1 Parallel I/
I/O
/O Pins
Pin
Direction
Functional Description
1
output
RF AMP1 status; normally closed (to pin 20); opens if a fault is detected from AMP1
20
output
RF AMP1 status; common for AMP1 fault indicators
2
output
RF AMP1 status; normally open (to pin 20); closes if a fault is detected from AMP1
21
output
RF AMP2 status; normally closed (to pin 3); opens if a fault is detected from AMP2
3
output
RF AMP2 status; common for AMP2 fault indicators
22
output
RF AMP2 status; normally open (to pin 3); closes if a fault is detected from AMP2
25
output
AUTO indication; closed (to pin 6) when in AUTO mode
6
output
AUTO/MANUAL mode indication; common for AUTO/MANUAL indication
24
output
MANUAL indication; closed (to pin 6) when in MANUAL mode
7
output
REMOTE mode indication; normally closed (to pin 26); open when in REMOTE mode
26
output
REMOTE mode indication; common for REMOTE indication
8
output
REMOTE mode indication; normally open (to pin 26); closed when in REMOTE mode
27
output
SW1 - POSITION 1 indication; closed (to pin 9) when SW1 is in POSITION 1
9
output
SW1 - POSITION indication; common
28
output
SW1 - POSITION 2 indication; closed (to pin 9) when SW1 is in POSITION 2
31
output
PS1 ALARM; normally closed (to pin 12); open when a Power Supply 1 fault occurs
12
output
PS1 ALARM; common
30
output
PS1 ALARM; normally open (to pin 12); closed when a Power Supply 1 fault occurs
14
output
PS2 ALARM; normally closed (to pin 32); open when a Power Supply 2 fault occurs
32
output
PS2 ALARM; common
13
output
PS2 ALARM; normally open (to pin 32); closed when a Power Supply 2 fault occurs
16
input
AUXILIARY; Ground to activate
18
input
AUTO/MANUAL SELECT; Ground to activate MANUAL mode
36
input
AMP2 STANDBY; Ground to activate
37
input
AMP1 STANDBY; Ground to activate
19
output
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2.3 Front Panel Controls and Indicators
Figure 2.2 shows the front panel controls and indicators.
DS5 - AMP2 STATUS LEDs
Indicate whether AMP2 is in
Standby mode, Online, or in
an Alarm state.
LCD DISPLAY
Displays measured current in
each unit/amp, and the current
paths.
S1 - MENU/EXECUTE BUTTON
Press this to get into Program mode
and to execute any changes.
MODE
STATUS
POWER
ALARM
MANUAL
STATUS
STDBY
LOCAL
PATH
ONLINE
1
UNIT 1
AUTO
DS8, DS9 - POWER LEDs
Light Green when DC
power is present from PS1
and/or PS2.
450
380
EXECUTE
2
DS4 - AMP1 STATUS LEDs
Indicate whether AMP1 is in
Standby mode, Online, or in
an Alarm state.
FIGURE 2.2
MENU
1>1
REMOTE
1
2
UNIT 2
DS7 - MODE LEDs
Indicate if 2082 is in
AUTO or MANUAL mode,
and LOCAL or REMOTE
mode.
S2 - VERT. TOGGLE
Vertical toggle switch that
controls values in the Menu
items when in program mode.
Does not function in the normal
display mode
S3 - HORIZ. TOGGLE
Horizontal toggle switch
that controls which values
are being adjusted. Does
not function in the normal
display mode
2082-14x-47 Front Panel Controls and Indicators
TABLE 2.4 LED Indicators
Indica
ators
LED
Function
POWER1
Illuminates GREEN when power supply 1 is on
POWER2
Illuminates GREEN when power supply 2 is on
STATUS1, ALARM
Illuminates RED when a fault is detected from AMP1 monitor
STATUS1, ONLINE
Illuminates GREEN when AMP1 is online
STATUS2, ALARM
Illuminates RED when a fault is detected from AMP2 monitor
STATUS2, STDBY
Illuminates YELLOW when AMP2 is not backing up AMP1
STATUS2, ONLINE
Illuminates GREEN when AMP2 is online
AUTO
MANUAL
LOCAL
REMOTE
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Illuminates GREEN when controller is in auto mode
Illuminates YELLOW when controller is in manual mode
Illuminates GREEN when unit is in local mode
Illuminates YELLOW when unit is in remote mode
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2.4 Installation / Operation
2.4.1 Installing and Operating the 2082-14x-47
1. Connect external Amplifier Plate Assembly to 2082 via MS connector, J4.(Figure 2.1).
2. Connect two 100-240 ±10% VAC, 47 - 63 Hz power cords to AC1 and AC2 on the
back panel (Figure 2.1).
3. Be sure DS8 & DS9 (green, DC Power) are on and red Alarm indicators are off (Figure 2.2).
4. Check that DS1 and DS2 are lit. If not, then either a fuse is missing or blown in F1 or F2,
respectively (Figure 2.1).
5. Set the current windows for AMP1 and AMP2 (See Section 2.5 Menu Settings).
6. AC Fuses - The fuses are 5 mm X 20 mm, 2 amp slow blow (Type T) and are inserted in the far slot
in the drawer below the AC inputs as shown in Figure 2.3. There is a spare fuse in the near slot.
7. If a fuse continues to open, the corresponding power supply is most likely defective.
FUSE DRAWER
SPARE FUSE
AC Fuse - 2 amp slow blow (Type T),
5 mm X 20 mm
INPUT
~
~
100-240± 10%VAC
47-63 Hz
2A MAX
FIGURE 2.3
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FUSE
TYPE T 2A GDC
250 VOLT
FOR 100 - 240 V~
Fuse Location and Spare Fuse
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2.5 Menu Settings
2.5.1 Functions
This section describes operation of the front panel controls. There are three operator switches, the
LCD display and alarm indicator LEDs. All functions for the equipment are controlled by these components.
The functions are (see Figure 2.4):
Power Up
Normal Display
Menu 1 Select AUTO/MANUAL mode
NOTE: If MANUAL mode, then --> Menu 1a Manually set switch positions.
Menu 2 Select LOCAL/REMOTE mode
Menu 3 Set AMP1 Window? Y/N
If Y then --> Menu 3a Indication of Nominal value and Actual Measured value of AMP1 current
Menu 3b Set Nominal current to Actual Measured value of AMP1 current? Y/N
IF N then --> Menu 3b.1 Manually Set AMP1 Nominal Current
Menu 3c Set AMP1 Window
Menu 4 Set AMP2 Window? Y/N
If Y then --> Menu 4a Indication of Nominal value and Actual Measured value of AMP2 current
Menu 4b Set Nominal current to Actual Measured value of AMP2 current? Y/N
IF N then --> Menu 4b.1 Manually Set AMP2 Nominal Current
Menu 4c Set AMP2 Window
Menu 5 Set Remote Interface
Menu 6 Set RS485 Remote Address
Save Menu When “R” is selected or when get to the end
Alarm indications appear on the LEDs (see Figure 2.2).
All program changes must start with the operation of the Menu/Execute switch and must also end with the
operation of the Menu/Execute switch verified by the “Save Settings?” Menu. If this sequence is not followed,
none of the changes will take effect. If programming is initiated and no operator action takes place for
approximately 12 seconds (before the final press of the Menu/Execute switch) the display will revert to its
previous status and you will need to start over.
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2.5.2 Control Switches
1. Menu/Execute - Any change to the programming of the unit must be initiated by pressing the
Menu/Execute switch and completed by pressing the Menu/Execute switch.
2. Horizontal Switch - This switch is mounted so its movement is horizontal and moves the cursor
left or right.
3. Vertical Switch - This switch is mounted so its movement is vertical, and changes settings in each menu.
2.5.3 Power On Settings and LCD Menu
NOTE: The last status of a unit is retained even when power is removed. When power is restored, the unit will
return to it's previous settings.
When power is first applied, the LCD goes black to show all segments are functioning. The current firmware
version will then be displayed for approximately 2 seconds.
Power Up
REV 1.00
Normal Display
UNIT 1
STATUS
UNIT 2
390
450
PATH
1>1
The unit is now operational and ready for any changes the operator may desire. The top line displays the
current drawn by each unit. The bottom line describes the signal path and switch position. The example above
depicts a 1 for 1 unit where RF input 1 is routed through AMP1 (1>1).
Menu 1
AUTO/MAN=AUTO
R
Toggle between AUTO and MANUAL mode with the UP/DOWN switch. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE
switch to go to the next menu. Use the LEFT/RIGHT switch to move the cursor to R, then push the
PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to jump to the SAVE SETTINGS menu.
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Menu 1.a
Manually set
POS= 1>1
R
Toggle between switch positions with the UP/DOWN switch. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to
the next menu. Use the LEFT/RIGHT switch to move the cursor to R, then push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE
switch to jump to the SAVE SETTING menu.
Menu 2
LOCAL/REMOTE=
LOCAL
R
Toggle between LOCAL and REMOTE mode with the UP/DOWN switch. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE
switch to go to the next menu. Use the LEFT/RIGHT switch to move the cursor to R, then push the
PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to jump to the SAVE SETTINGS menu.
Menu 3
SET AMP1
WINDOW
Y/N
R
If “Y” is selected then the next sequence of menus prompt the user to either automatically or manually set the
high and low current values that will trip AMP1 alarm. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the
next menu. Use the LEFT/RIGHT switch to move the cursor to R, then push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE
switch to jump to the SAVE SETTINGS menu.
Menu 3a
AMP1 NOM=.XXX
AMP1 ACT=.XXX
R
This menu is simply an indication of the present value of the nominal AMP1 current, as well as the actual
measured value of AMP1 current. Press PROGRAM/EXECUTE to proceed.
Menu 3b
Set to actual
AMP1=.XXX A Y/N
R
Select “Y” to accept the presently measured value of AMP1 current as the nominal value. Select “N” to
manually enter a nominal value of AMP1 current. The nominal current value is used as a reference from which
the high and low current thresholds are derived. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the next
menu.
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Menu 3b.1
Manually set
AMP1 NOM=.XXX A
R
This menu is entered only if “N” is selected from menu 7a. This allows the user to manually enter a nominal
value for AMP1 current. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the next menu.
Menu 3c
AMP1 WINDOW=10%
R
Use the up and down switches to set the allowable operating range of AMP1 current. This percentage is the
amount of positive or negative deviation from the nominal value before AMP1 alarm is tripped. Push the
PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the next menu.
Menu 4
SET AMP2
WINDOW
Y/N
R
If “Y” is selected then the next sequence of menus prompt the user to either automatically or manually set the
high and low current values that will trip AMP2 alarm. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the
next menu. Use the LEFT/RIGHT switch to move the cursor to R, then push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE
switch to jump to the SAVE SETTINGS menu.
Menu 4a
AMP2 NOM=.XXX
AMP2 ACT=.XXX
R
This menu is simply an indication of the present value of the nominal AMP2 current, as well as the actual
measured value of AMP2 current. Press PROGRAM/EXECUTE to proceed.
Menu 4b
Set to actual
AMP2=.XXX A Y/N
R
Select “Y” to accept the presently measured value of AMP2 current as the nominal value. Select “N” to
manually enter a nominal value of AMP2 current. The nominal current value is used as a reference from which
the high and low current thresholds are derived. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the next
menu.
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Menu 4b.1
Manually set
AMP2 NOM=.XXX A
R
This menu is entered only if “N” is selected from menu 8a. This allows the user to manually enter a nominal
value for AMP2 current. Push the PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the next menu.
Menu 4c
AMP2 WINDOW=10%
R
Use the up and down switches to set the allowable operating range of AMP2 current. This percentage is the
amount of positive or negative deviation from the nominal value before AMP2 alarm is tripped. Push the
PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to go to the next menu.
Menu 5
REMOTE
RS232
INTERFACE
R
Use the up and down switches to scroll to the desired interface (RS232, RS422, RS485). Use the LEFT/RIGHT
switch to move the cursor to R, then push PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch to jump to the SAVE SETTINGS
menu.
Menu 6
ADDRESS=00
R
Use the up and down switches to set the RS485 address of the unit. This address is only applicable when
RS485 is the selected remote interface. The address is used if multiple units are connected in a multidrop
configuration. Use the LEFT/RIGHT switch to move the cursor to R, then push PROGRAM/EXECUTE switch
to jump to the SAVE SETTINGS menu.
Save Menu
SAVE SETTINGS
Y/N
Select “Y” to save any changes made in the previous menus. Select “N” to revert back to the previous settings.
2.5.4 Alarm Indications
An alarm condition will occur if AMP1, AMP2, or AMP3 draw current that falls outside of their respective
current windows (when connected properly).
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ON POWER UP
REV 1.00
Power Up
NORMAL DISPLAY
STATUS
Normal Display
PATH
UNIT 1
UNIT 2
UNIT 3
450
1>1
470
380
PUSH BUTTON
Menu 1 Select AUTO or
MANUAL mode
AUTO/MAN=AUTO
Menu 1a Manually set
POS = 1 > 1
Manually set
Menu 2 Set Unit to REMOTE or
LOCAL Operation
LOCAL/REMOTE=
LOCAL
R
Menu 3,4 Set AMPX Operational
Current Window?
SET AMPX
WINDOW
R
Menu 3a,4a Indication of the current
nominal and actual measured
current of AMPX
Menu 3b,4b Set Nominal current
value to currently measured value?
AMPX NOM=.243
AMPX ACT=.255
R
Set to actual
AMPX=.255 A Y/N
R
Menu 3b.1,4b.1 If N in previous
menu, set Nominal value for AMPX
current
Menu 3c,4c Set Allowable
Operating Range of AMPX current
Manually set
AMPX NOM=.243 A
R
AMPX
WINDOW=10%
R
Menu 5 Set Remote Mode
REMOTE
RS232
INTERFACE
R
ADDRESS=00
R
SCROLL <>
R
SCROLL
R
POS = 1>1
Menu 6 Set RS-485 Address
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
Y/N
CHANGE NETWORK
SETTINGS?
SCROLL
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
Menu 7a. Set IP Address
IP ADDRESS
192.168.123.002
Menu 7b. Set Subnet Mask
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
GATEWAY =
000.000.000.000
R
Menu 7d. Restore Factory
Network Settings?
RESTORE FACTORY
SETTINGS?
R
Save? When “R” is selected or at
the end of the menu options
SAVE SETTINGS
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PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
C
FIGURE 2.4
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
SUBNET MASK =
255.255.255.000
Menu 7c. Set Gateway Address
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
R
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
NO
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
Menu 7 Change Network
Settings?
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
Y/N
SCROLL
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
PUSH BUTTON
Menu Display and Sequences
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3.0 ETHERNET Interface Installation and Operation
The 2082-14x-47 Block Downconverter is equipped with a 10/100 Base-T compatible Ethernet interface for
control and monitoring of its operating parameters. An HTML script interface allows the user to monitor and
control the converter using a standard web browser. SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is also
supported. Contact Cross Technologies for the SNMP MIB file.
3.1 Methods of Connection
Directly Connected to a PC:
For control from a local PC, attach the 2082-14x-47’s Ethernet port to the Ethernet network connector on the
PC using a crossover RJ-45 cable.
LAN Connection
For LAN connections, attach the 2082-14x-47 Ethernet port to the LAN using a normal RJ-45 cable.
Use any PC on the LAN to connect to the 2082-14x-47.
3.2 Ethernet Configuration
Each 2082-14x-47 must be configured with an appropriate IP address, Netmask, and Gateway assigned by your
network manager. The 2082-14x-47 is set at the factory with the following network settings:
Factory Network Settings
IP Address:
192.168.123.2
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
Gateway
000.000.000.000
The network settings may be changed via the front panel or from the web browser interface.
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3.3 Web page M&C
Enter the following address in a web browser to access the M&C web page:
http://<ip address of 2082-14x-47>/serial/0/setup.htm where <ip address> is the IP address of the unit.
Figure 2-C (page 11) shows the web page from a model 2082-14x-47 frequency converter.
Figure 2-C - Model 2082-14x-47 Web page
3.4 SNMP Configuration
Setting of SNMP parameters such as Community Write and Community Read strings requires a Telnet®
connection to port 9999. The following instructions explain how to establish such a Telnet® connection using
Windows XP's Hyper Terminal utility.
Start the Hyper Terminal application and select “New Connection” from the “File” drop down menu. The next
screen is a “Connect To” dialog box. Select TCP/IP (Winsock) from the “Connect” using drop down menu.
Enter the IP address of the 2082-14x-47 in the “Host address:” field and 9999 in the “Port number” field.
Figure 2-E shows an example of the Hyper Terminal settings required to access the SNMP configuration menu.
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Figure 2-E: - Telnet® Settings in Hyper Terminal
Once the Telnet® connection is established you will be prompted to “Press Enter for Setup Mode.” Press enter
and a menu of device server configuration options will appear (see Figure 2-F). Select menu item 3, “SNMP
configuration.” You will be prompted to enter SNMP community read and write strings. After setting your
desired community strings you will be prompted to “Enter IP addresses for SNMP traps” You must enter at
least one and up to four IP addresses of SNMP managers that will access the unit. This is required even though
SNMP traps are not implemented. The unit will not process SNMP SET and GET requests from an SNMP
manager unless the IP address associated with that manager is entered in the device server.
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Figure 2-F - Device Server Configuration Menu
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