AN-6100C Manual

AN-6100C Manual
AN-6100C
INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION MANUAL
Publication 1084-852
Rev. B
08 March 2004
AMETEK POWER Instruments
255 N. Union Street
Rochester, New York 14605
Tel: (800) 881-4156
Fax: (585) 238-4945
Web: www.ametekpower.com
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Please Read This First!
Explanation of Symbols
The following symbols are used with this product and instruction manual for
compliance with UL 61010B-1, Electrical Measuring and Test Equipment.
!
Caution (refer to the product instruction manual for installation
and safety information)
IMPORTANT NOTES
THE ANNUNCIATOR DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL REQUIRES A 24V DC
POWER SOURCE. THIS MAY BE DERIVED FROM A REMOTE HIGH
VOLTAGE AC OR DC POWER SUPPLY UNIT. THE FIELD CONTACT
VOLTAGE MAY BE SELECTED FOR 24/48/125V DC OR 120V AC
*****
ENSURE THAT ALL INSTALLTION/TESTING AND COMMISIONING IS
CARRIED OUT BY TRAINED AND QUALIFIED PERSONNEL TAKING ANY
RELEVENT PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES
*****
UNAUTHORISED MODIFICATIONS OR REPAIRS WILL INVALIDATE THE
AMETEK WARRANTY PLEASE CONTACT THE AMETEK CUSTOMER
SERVICES DEPARTMENT BEFORE TAKING SUCH ACTIONS
*****
STANDARD DEFAULT SETTINGS ARE INDICATED IN THIS MANUAL
TO WHICH AN-6100C ANNUNCIATORS WILL BE SET SHOULD NO
SPECIFIC CONFIGURATION OR SET UP DETAILS BE SUPPLIED WITH
PURCHASE ORDERS
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REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Date
01
18feb03
02
4apr03
04
24feb04
Description
AN-6100C Installation and
Configuration Manual
Updated per UL requirements
Added configurator information
Updated Appendix A
Author
Approved
MJF
S. Adam
MJF
Updated Relay Output Mode &
05
08mar04
F3A tables per API-ECO-11626 /
CAR169
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................................................3
CONSTRUCTION ..................................................................................................................................................3
DISPLAY .............................................................................................................................................................4
ANNUNCIATOR MODEL CODE DEFINITION .........................................................................................................5
HARDWARE SPECIFICATION ......................................................................................................................7
FIELD INPUTS .....................................................................................................................................................7
DC Input Card ..............................................................................................................................................7
Isolated Input Card.......................................................................................................................................8
Input Response Times ...................................................................................................................................8
OUTPUTS ............................................................................................................................................................8
Individual Relays ..........................................................................................................................................8
Audible ..........................................................................................................................................................8
Common Services Module (CSM) Relays .....................................................................................................9
DISPLAY WINDOWS..........................................................................................................................................10
COMMUNICATIONS ...........................................................................................................................................10
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................................11
TEMPERATURE .................................................................................................................................................11
HUMIDITY ........................................................................................................................................................11
RADIATED RFI IMMUNITY ...............................................................................................................................11
CONDUCTED RFI IMMUNITY ............................................................................................................................11
RADIATED EMISSIONS ......................................................................................................................................11
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS ...................................................................................................................................11
RADIATED POWER FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD ...........................................................................................11
ESD EFFECTS ...................................................................................................................................................11
DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND .................................................................................................................................12
SURGE WITHSTAND – OSCILLATORY ...............................................................................................................12
ELECTRICAL FAST TRANSIENT/BURST IMMUNITY ............................................................................................12
SURGE IMMUNITY ............................................................................................................................................12
APPROVALS ......................................................................................................................................................12
INSTALLATION...............................................................................................................................................13
MOUNTING .......................................................................................................................................................13
WIRING ............................................................................................................................................................15
INPUT HARDWARE CONFIGURATION....................................................................................................21
FIELD CONTACT VOLTAGE (FCV)....................................................................................................................21
INPUT CARD LINKS AND SWITCHES ..................................................................................................................22
FCV selection..............................................................................................................................................22
Input Contact Selection...............................................................................................................................22
Relay Output Mode Selection......................................................................................................................23
CSM CARD LINKS............................................................................................................................................23
Relay Output Mode Selection......................................................................................................................23
Serial Comms Selection ..............................................................................................................................24
Serial Comms Connection...........................................................................................................................24
POWER SUPPLY..............................................................................................................................................25
Connecting Power.......................................................................................................................................25
POWER REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................................................................................25
AVAILABLE SEQUENCES ............................................................................................................................27
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CONFIGURATION ..........................................................................................................................................31
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................31
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ...............................................................................................................................31
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................32
MENUS...............................................................................................................................................................33
Main menu overview...................................................................................................................................33
FILE .................................................................................................................................................................34
New .............................................................................................................................................................34
Open............................................................................................................................................................34
Save.............................................................................................................................................................35
Save As........................................................................................................................................................35
Create Duplicate.........................................................................................................................................35
Print ............................................................................................................................................................35
Print Setup ..................................................................................................................................................35
Start Wizard ................................................................................................................................................35
Recent Files ................................................................................................................................................35
OPTIONS ...........................................................................................................................................................36
Preferences .................................................................................................................................................36
View Configuration (Text) ..........................................................................................................................37
Upgrade ......................................................................................................................................................38
CONNECTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................39
Configuration..............................................................................................................................................39
Communication Settings .............................................................................................................................40
CONFIGURATION MISMATCH ...........................................................................................................................41
SERIAL ID MISMATCH......................................................................................................................................42
CONFIGURATION WIZARD ................................................................................................................................43
System .........................................................................................................................................................43
Input Configuration ....................................................................................................................................45
Lamp Settings..............................................................................................................................................49
Group Settings ............................................................................................................................................50
Common Service Module (CSM) ................................................................................................................51
Modbus .......................................................................................................................................................54
Quick Access...............................................................................................................................................57
SERVICING ......................................................................................................................................................59
MODULE REMOVAL .........................................................................................................................................59
APPENDIX A ....................................................................................................................................................61
MODBUS DATA FORMATS ................................................................................................................................61
Alarm State Mode .......................................................................................................................................62
Point Mode..................................................................................................................................................63
AN3135 Mode .............................................................................................................................................63
Modbus Addresses ......................................................................................................................................64
Default Values ............................................................................................................................................64
APPENDIX B.....................................................................................................................................................65
APPENDIX C ....................................................................................................................................................71
TELEPHONE / FAX NUMBER LIST .....................................................................................................................71
PROCEDURES FOR FACTORY REPAIR AND RETURN ..........................................................................................72
WARRANTY .....................................................................................................................................................72
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Scope
This manual describes the installation and configuration of the AN-6100C annunciator system. This
includes operation of its associated configuration software.
Glossary of Terms
FCV:
Field contact or wetting voltage for alarm inputs.
CSM:
Common service module housing common alarm controls and output relays.
Located at the bottom right of the front panel.
ACK:
Acknowledge. Operator alarm control.
RST:
Reset. Operator alarm control.
SIL:
Silence. Clears the alarm horn.
TEST:
Performs one of a selection of system tests.
First Out:
First alarm within a designated group to occur, typically with a distinctive
lamp flash pattern from the others.
Alarm Group:
A designated group of alarm inputs all operating a common sequence of
lamp operation (flash states)
Relay Group:
A designated group of alarm inputs operating a common output or repeat
relay.
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INTRODUCTION
CONSTRUCTION
The AN-6100C is constructed from display modules 130mm wide by 58mm high (5.12 by
2.28 inches). A system is built up from a matrix of modules or cells up to 5 high by 5 wide.
The cells can be configured for 1, 2, 4 or 8 windows per display module allowing a range
of system sizes from 1 to 196 alarm points in one system.
Each cell is made up from a moulding with rear mounted electronics. These mouldings fix
together to form the required matrix, which is then clamped together on all sides by a
combined fixing bracket and bezel. I/O cards are accessed and inserted from the rear. All
power and field connections are via pluggable screw terminals. Protective screw fitted rear
cover panels are provided. Serial (ModbusTM) connection is via a 9 way D-type connector.
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DISPLAY
The moulding for each display module is divided into four sections, corresponding to
medium size windows (4 per module). By inserting a divider small size windows are
created. Snap off sections on each module allow for the creation of the larger window
sizes.
A push on lens assembly, containing the printed film legend, is fitted onto the front of each
moulding.
The lens assembly for the common services module is always located in the bottom right
hand position of the chassis (viewed from the front), and includes the TEST, SILENCE
(SIL), ACKNOWLEDGE (ACK), and RESET control pushbuttons.
Alarm Fascia Views
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ANNUNCIATOR MODEL CODE DEFINITION
The AN-6100C model code is defined below.
Code
System Size
AN6100C - X - Y
X= Number of Cells High
Y= Number of Cells Wide
Code
Pushbutton Controls
INT
Intergral pushbuttons located in bottom right cell
NPB
No Intergral pushbuttons
(Connections provided for External Pushbuttons)
(Pushbuttons replaced with a blank plate)
Code
Window Size
S
Small Window, 8 per cell
(0.98" x 1.14")
M
Medium Window, 4 per cell
(0.98' x 2.40')
L
Large Window, 2 per cell
(2.13' x 2.40')
[expandable to 4 per cell]
EL
Extra Large Window, 1 per cell
(2.13' x 4.96')
[expandable to 4 per cell]
IMW
Intermix Window size, matrix must be included
Code
Active Points
_____ Total # of Active Points (see cell matrix)
Code
Window Color
W
White Window
R
Red Window
A
Amber Window
G
Green Window
B
Blue Window
Y
Yellow Window
IMC
Intermix color, matix must be included
Code
(Note: This can be field changeable by the customer)
Operational Sequence
A; A4; A456; M; R; R-12; F1A; F3A; F2M-1; FFAM2; F3C, R12C
Intermixed sequences - supply a configuration matrix
IMO
Code
Field Contact Status
N/O
Normally Open Contacts (standard)
N/C
Normally Closed Contacts
Intermixed Open and Closed, supply matrix
IMI
Code
(Can be field configured by customer)
Field Contact Voltage (FCV)
Field Contact Voltage supplied by Rochester;
F24
(Can be field configured by customer)
24VDC
with common system-wide FCV return
Internally Supplied by RIS
Field Contact Voltage externally supplied by Customer; with common system-wide return
F5C
5VDC
F24C
F24OC
F48C
24VDC
24VDC
48VDC
Externally Supplied by Customer
Externally Supplied by Customer
Externally Supplied by Customer
Externally Supplied by Customer
F125C
125VDC
F120C
120VAC/ 125VDC (isolated per point)
SI
Externally Supplied by Customer
Externally Supplied by Customer
Serial Modbus Input Only (repeat relays not available)
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Code
Number of Repeat Relays
_____ Total number of repeat relays
Code
Repeat Relay Type
FOE
Follows field contact, N.O. contacts, coil energized
FOD
Follows field contact, N.O. contacts, coil de-energized
FCE
Follows field contact, N.C. contacts, coil energized
FCD
Follows field contact, N.C. contacts, coil de-energized
MOE
Follows alarm memory, N.O. contacts, coil energized
MOD
Follows alarm memory, NO contacts, coil de-energized
MCE
Follows alarm memory, NC contacts, coil energized
MCD
Follows alarm memory, NC contacts, coil de-energized
IMR
Intermix Relay (must include matrix)
NR
No Repeat Relays required
(Can be field configured by customer)
Code
Power Source
A
24VDC
C1
48VDC
(36-72 VDC)
C2
125VDC
(72-144 VDC)
C3
250VDC
(90-300 VDC)
CB1
AC/DC
(100-240 VAC or 90-300 VDC)
B1
120VAC, 60HZ
(88-264 VAC, 50/60 Hz)
B2
230VAC, 50HZ
(88-264 VAC, 50/60 Hz)
Code
Mounting Style
FP
Flush Panel Mounting
STD/1
19" Rack Mounting for 1 high x 3 Wide Annunciators
STD/2
19" Rack Mounting for 2 high x 3 Wide Annunciators
STD/3
19" Rack Mounting for 3 high x 3 Wide Annunciators
STD/4
19" Rack Mounting for 4 high x 3 Wide Annunciators
STD/5
19" Rack Mounting for 5 high x 3 Wide Annunciators
Code
Legend Style
LP
Legends are Laser Printed on transparancy film
LPH
Legends are Hidden till Lit
ENG
Legends are engraved on Windows
Note: Legend information must be provided to AMETEK 1 week
prior to delivery
AN6100C-2H-4W
INT
S
60
W
A
N/O F24
NR
NR
B1
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LP
Code
Protective Coating
CC
Protective Coating
NR
Not Required
NR
Code
Modbus Communications
MB
NR
Bi-Directional Serial Modbus
Not Required
MB
<-- (Typical Model Number)
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HARDWARE SPECIFICATION
FIELD INPUTS
There shall be up to 1, 2, 4 or 8 inputs per cell. Each input card can support up to 4 inputs.
Two cards are required for 8 inputs.
DC Input Card
The inputs are jumper configurable for the following nominal input levels and types.
24 VDC Contact
48 VDC Contact
125 VDC Contact
5 VDC Logic
24 VDC open collector
Input current at nominal:
Maximum input voltage without damage:
Input loop resistance:
Input isolation:
1.6mA per input.
50% over nominal.
200K minimum resistance across open
contacts.
2K maximum series resistance.
All inputs are opto-isolated. Inputs are
not isolated from each other.
Each input is configurable via switch on the input card for normally closed contact (open to
alarm) or normally open contact (close to alarm).
There is a system connection provided for FCV and input common at the rear CSM
terminals. The 24VDC Annunciator power input may be connected to the FCV terminals.
(Note: Using the 24VDC Power Input will defeat the 500VAC input to power isolation.)
Otherwise the user may provide a separate FCV supply. The FCV Input terminals at the
rear of the CSM are internally bussed to all FCV terminals on each input card.
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Isolated Input Card
Input voltage:
Input current at nominal:
Maximum input voltage without damage:
Input isolation:
120VAC/125VDC nominal
1.2mA
50% over nominal
All inputs are opto-isolated. Inputs are
isolated from each other at 250Vac.
Each input is configurable via switch on the input card for normally closed contact (open to
alarm) or normally open contact (close to alarm).
Input Response Times
Default response:
(input delay or deadband, alarm on and off)
Software input delay: (alarm on only)
(in units of 50mS or 1S, system wide configurable)
First Out Discrimination
40mS
0-255 time units
5mS
OUTPUTS
Individual Relays
Repeat relays may be optionally provided for each input. Relays are a SPDT with jumpers
provided for either a N.O (Form A) or N.C. (Form B) connection.
Contact type:
Contact rating:
N.O. or N.C. (link selectable)
30 Vdc @ 2 amps
30 Vdc @ 1 amp for UL listed
110 Vdc @ 0.3 amps
120 Vac 0.5 amps
The available modes of contact operation are described in the Software Configuration
section.
Audible
Internal low level (80dB) audible within the Common Service Module (CSM) configurable
via software. The internal audible device responds to any alarm whether it is designated as
critical or non-critical. External audible devices can be connected to the CSM relays as
detailed below.
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Common Services Module (CSM) Relays
Four configurable relays are available in the CSM. Relays are a SPDT with jumpers
provided for either a N.O (Form A) or N.C. (Form B) connection.
Contact type:
Contact rating:
N.O. or N.C. (link selectable)
30 Vdc @ 2 amps
30 Vdc @ 1 amp for UL listed
110 Vdc @ 0.3 amps
120 Vac 0.5 amps
The available modes of contact operation are described in the Software Configuration
section.
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DISPLAY WINDOWS
Each Display Module or Cell can accommodate any of the four windows sizes shown
below.
Window Sizes (nominal)
Small (8 per cell):
Medium (4 per cell):
Large (2 per cell):
Extra Large (1 per cell):
25 x 30mm
25 x 60mm
55 x 60mm
55 x 125mm
Extra Large (1 input per cell) and Large Windows (2 inputs per cell) have future expansion
built in, as the I/O cards support 4 inputs. To enable the extra inputs, you simply convert
the window from the original size to one smaller (Ex: Large to Medium). To convert the
window size, you need to print new window legends per below, connect your extra inputs
and re-configure the unit for your new window size.
Window Colors
Window Colors are provided through factory supplied colored filters. Window colors may
also be printed on the clear transparency film used for the Legends. (Typically done with
intermixed window colors). A window size template is provided on the same CD with the
Configuration Software. Using the Template, you pick your window size and fill in the
color required. When finished, load the transparency film in your color Printer and print.
The standard colors available are: white, red, yellow, amber, green and blue
Legends
Window Legends are printed on the same clear transparency film as the window colors
shown above. The Window Template lets you choose any font type that fits in the space
provided. This allows easy changes at any time. As an option, the window legends may be
engraved at the factory using a black or white fill.
Note: If specified at time of order, window colors and legends will be provided by the
factory.
COMMUNICATIONS
Serial communication are through a 9-pin female D-type connector on the CSM. The
interface is jumper selectable for either RS-232 or RS-485.
The interface is configurable for ModbusTM RTU or ASCII protocols. It also supports the
native AN-6100C configuration protocol. This is accessed only using the AMETEK
Configuration Software.
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ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
TEMPERATURE
Operating Temperature Range:
Storage Temperature Range:
-20 to 50 oC
-20 to 80 oC
HUMIDITY
Operate over 20 to 95% RH
RADIATED RFI IMMUNITY
IEC 61000-4-3
10 V/m
CONDUCTED RFI IMMUNITY
IEC 61000-4-6
3V
RADIATED EMISSIONS
IEC 61326-1/04.97 +A1:1998 Class B
IEC 61000-6-3.
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS
IEC 61326-1/04.97 +A1:1998 Class B
IEC 61000-6-3.
RADIATED POWER FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD
IEC 61000-4-8
30 A/m
ESD EFFECTS
IEC 61000-4-2
4kV contact
8kV air
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DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND
All voltages are 60Hz for 1 minute
1150 V dc / 820 V RMS from Inputs to Outputs
1150 V dc / 820 V RMS from Outputs to Power
1150 V dc / 820 V RMS from Inputs to Case
1150 V dc / 820 V RMS from Outputs to Case
1150 V dc / 820 V RMS from Inputs to Communication port
1150 V dc / 820 V RMS from Outputs to Communication port
500 V RMS from Output to Output
500 V RMS from Inputs to Power
500 V RMS from Communications Ports to Case
250 V RMS input to input on the Isolated Inputs Card
Inputs on the DC Input Card are not isolated from each other
SURGE WITHSTAND – OSCILLATORY
Oscillatory portion of ANSI C37.90.1
ELECTRICAL FAST TRANSIENT/BURST IMMUNITY
IEC 61000-4-4
2kV
1kV
DC power
I/O
1kV
Common Mode (line-to-ground)
SURGE IMMUNITY
IEC 61000-4-5
APPROVALS
UL Recognized for Category 2, Pollution Degree 2, up to 2000 meters, indoor use
ULC (UL Canada)
CE
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INSTALLATION
MOUNTING
The system is designed for panel mounting. The dimensions given in the tables below refer
to the size of the panel cut out required for mounting and the front bezel height and width.
The height and width are related to the number of cells in the system. See Appendix B.
Bezel
Height
Cut-out
Height
1
2.99
(76)
2.66
(68)
Number of Cells High
2
3
4
5.29
7.59
9.89
(134)
(193)
(251)
4.96
7.26
9.56
(126)
(184)
(243)
5
12.19
(310)
11.86
(301)
Bezel
Width
Cut-out
Width
1
5.83
(148)
5.50
(140)
Number of Cells Wide
2
3
4
10.98
16.13
21.28
(279)
(410)
(541)
10.65
15.80
20.95
(270)
(401)
(532)
5
26.43
(671)
26.1
(663)
Note 1: Dimensions shown are in inches (mm)
Note 2: Tolerance on all cut out dimensions is 0.625 inches (1.5mm)
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19 Inch Rack Mounting Panels (dimensions in mm)
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Depths
mm
Inches
Mounting panel to rear panel
99
3.9
Mounting panel to terminals
117
4.61
Front bezel to terminals
122
4.8
It is suggested that 100mm (4 inches) be left behind the rear terminals
to allow for cable marshalling. This will depend on the cable type and
site circumstances
Minimum mounting panel thickness: 18 GA Galvanneal, 0.072 inches, 1.83 mm.
For system installation perform the following steps:
1
Mark cut-out dimensions on the surface where the annunciator is to be mounted,
keeping in mind that the assembly may rest on the sill of the cut-out.
NOTE: Allow a minimum of 6 inches (150 mm) above the unit, behind the panel,
for proper ventilation.
2
Cut out and remove panel material.
3
Temporally remove the panel mounting clamps and Install the annunciator
assembly through the panel cut-out (from the front of the panel). Position within
the cut-out so that the weight is taken at the bottom of the unit.
4
From the rear of the panel, replace the annunciator mounting clamps along the
bottom then top and sides screws to “finger tight” check the front of panel
alignment on panel face etc and fully tighten the mounting clamps.
WIRING
For ease of wiring and maintenance the AN-6100C series uses a Eurostyle 2 part plug and
header system with industry standard scalloped design. These offer the convenience of
plugability and the superior reliability of rising cage pressure clamps for secure wiring.
Each terminal accepts a maximum wire size of 2.5mm², 12 awg (accepts a single conductor
or stranded wire).
Ensure that a proper earth ground connection is made to the protective earth ground stud.
Refer to Figures 1 through 5 for connections.
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Common Services Module (CSM)
with 24 VDC FCV
Field Contact Inputs
Repeat Relay Outputs
Note that the FCV
terminals are commoned
on the input card
1
8
A
1
FCV
TB1
A
2
A
3
8
1
A
4
RLY1
RLY2 RLY3
RLY4
TB2
COMMS
FCV
RLY1
RLY2
RLY3 RLY4
1
+
8 1
-
POWER
+24V
COM
6
TB7
1
6
TB6
TB5
+24VDC
ACK
RESET
SIL
TEST
FO ACK
Common Service Module
Relay Outputs
External Controls
24V dc filtered
power cable
(Ametek p/n 1084-471)
Prime Power
48,125,250VDC
120,240VAC
24 V dc output
Power supply
Figure 1
Input Usage
A1
A2
A3
A4
Small Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Point 3, Relay 3
Point 4, Relay 4
Medium Window
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Not used
Not used
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Point 1, Relay 1
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Common Services Module (CSM)
with External DC FCV
Field Contact Inputs
Repeat Relay Outputs
Note that the FCV
terminals are commoned
on the input card
1
8
A
1
FCV
TB1
A
2
A
3
8
1
A
4
RLY1
RLY2 RLY3
RLY4
TB2
COMMS
FCV
RLY1
RLY2
RLY3 RLY4
1
8
+
-
POWER
+24V
1
COM
6
TB7
External Controls
TB6
TB5
+24VDC
ACK
RESET
SIL
TEST
6
FO ACK
1
5,24,48 or 125VDC
Prime Power
48,125,250VDC
120,240VAC
24V dc filtered
power cable
(Ametek p/n 1084-471)
24 V dc output
Power supply
Figure 2
Input Usage
A1
A2
A3
A4
Small Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Point 3, Relay 3
Point 4, Relay 4
Medium Window
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Not used
Not used
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Point 1, Relay 1
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Com m on Services M odule (CSM )
with Isolated FCV
Field Contact Inputs
N
-
L
+
N
-
L
+
N
-
L
+
N
-
L
+
120VAC/
125VDC
Repeat Relay O utputs
1
8
A1
TB1
A2
A3
8
1
A4
RLY1
RLY2
RLY3
RLY4
TB2
CO M M S
FCV
RLY1
RLY2
1
RLY3
RLY4
8
+
-
POW ER
+24V
1
COM
6
TB7
1
6
TB6
TB5
+24VDC
ACK
RESET
TEST
SIL
FO ACK
Com m on Service M odule
Relay Outputs
External Controls
24V dc filtered
power cable
(Am etek p/n 1084-471)
Prim e Power
48,125,250VDC
120,240VAC
24 V dc output
Power supply
Figure 3
Input Usage
A1
A2
A3
A4
Small Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Point 3, Relay 3
Point 4, Relay 4
Medium Window
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Not used
Not used
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Point 1, Relay 1
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Isolated Input Card
Field Contact Inputs
N
-
N
-
L
+
L
+
N
-
L
+
N
-
L
+
120VAC/
125VDC
1
TB1
TB4
8
A1
RLY5
A2
A3
A4
RLY1
RLY6 RLY7 RLY8
1
RLY2 RLY3 RLY4
A5
8
Repeat Relay Outputs
8
1
A6
A7
A8
1
L
+
TB2
TB3
8
N
-
L
+
N
-
L
+
N
-
L
+
N
-
Field Contact Inputs
Figure 4
Input Usage
Small Windows
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Point 3, Relay 3
Point 4, Relay 4
Point 5, Relay 5
Point 6, Relay 6
Point 7, Relay 7
Point 8, Relay 8
Medium
Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Point 3, Relay 3
Point 4, Relay 4
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Large Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Not used
Not used
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
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Window
Point 1, Relay 1
Not used
Not used
Not used
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
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DC Input Card
Field Contact Inputs
Repeat Relay Outputs
Note that the FCV
terminals are commoned
on the input card
8
1
FCV
TB1
RLY5
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4
RLY6 RLY7 RLY8
8
1
8
1
RLY1
RLY2 RLY3 RLY4
A
5
A A
7 8
A
6
TB2
FCV
1
8
TB4
TB3
Field Contact Inputs
Figure 5
Input Usage
Small Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Medium
Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Large Windows
Point 1, Relay 1
Extra Large
Window
Point 1, Relay 1
Point 2, Relay 2
Point 3, Relay 3
Point 4, Relay 4
Point 5, Relay 5
Point 6, Relay 6
Point 7, Relay 7
Point 8, Relay 8
Point 2, Relay 2
Point 3, Relay 3
Point 4, Relay 4
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Point 2, Relay 2
Not used
Not used
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Not used
Not used
Not used
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
Card not fitted
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
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INPUT HARDWARE CONFIGURATION
FIELD CONTACT VOLTAGE (FCV)
For a DC system the FCV is normally derived from the internally supplied +24V DC
connected via the CSM module. See Figure 1 above.
DC FCV can also be supplied externally as shown by Figure 2. The system is designed to
operate with a positive FCV.
For AC systems there is no AN-6100C connection to an FCV source. See Figure 3.
J1
Off
1
S1
F1
C
C
B
B
A
A
P2
K4
K3
K2
K1
P1
1
JP4
1
JP3 1
JP2
1
JP1
JP5
JS2
Figure 6
JS1
Input Card Links and Switches
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INPUT CARD LINKS AND SWITCHES
FCV selection
(See Figure 6 above) The input card permits the FCV value used to be selected using links
P2, P1 and JP5.
FCV and Input Selection
FCV
JP5
Open Collector
In
5V (logic)
Out
24VDC
Out
48VDC
Out
125VDC
Out
120VAC/125VDC N/A
A
Out
In
Out
Out
Out
Out
P1
B
In
In
In
Out
Out
Out
C
In
In
In
In
Out
Out
A
Out
In
Out
Out
Out
Out
P2
B
In
In
In
Out
Out
Out
C
In
In
In
In
Out
Out
WARNING: The 120VAC/125VDC input requires the Isolated Input Cards. This option
should normally be specified at purchase. Layout and set up for these cards is as for the
standard type except JP5 is not present.
Note: The open collector option is supplied from the AN6100C’s internal 24VDC FCV
supply. This should be connected as shown in figure 1 above.
Note: The above table assumes that all inputs are set for the same voltage. Ametek would
caution against attempting a mixed input set up.
Input Contact Selection
This is done using S1.
Input
Switch
Normally Open
Normally
Closed
4 (5)
S1/1
On
Off
3 (6)
S1/2
On
Off
2 (7)
S1/3
On
Off
1 (8)
S1/4
On
Off
Note: A normally open input will close in the alarm condition.
Note: Figures in brackets are for inputs 5 through 8 located on the 2nd input card within the
cell (if installed).
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Relay Output Mode Selection
The optional Repeat Relays shall be configured as shown in the table below:
Model
Relay Operation
Relay Contact Status
Relay Coil Status
(shown in Normal State) (shown in Normal State)
Code
Mode
FOE
Repeat Relay Output
OPEN
(Form A)
ENERGIZED
Follows Input Contact OPEN
FOD
(Form A)
DE-ENERGIZED
State
FCE
CLOSED (Form B)
ENERGIZED
FCD
CLOSED (Form B)
DE-ENERGIZED
Repeat Relay Output
MOE
OPEN
(Form A)
ENERGIZED
Latches on Alarm
MOD
OPEN
(Form A)
DE-ENERGIZED
until Acknowledged
MCE
CLOSED (Form B)
ENERGIZED
or
Reset
MCD
CLOSED (Form B)
DE-ENERGIZED
REPEAT RELAY CONTACT STATUS SETUP
Output
4 (5)
3 (6)
2 (7)
Link
JP1
JP2
JP3
2,3
2,3
2,3
Form A (Normally
Open Contact)
1,2
1,2
1,2
Form B (Normally
Closed Contact)
1 (8)
JP4
2,3
1,2
Note: The Relay Outputs consist of SPDT Relays with selectable contact outputs (Form A
or Form B). These links select the relay contact pair connected to the output terminals.
The options for the Relay Operation Mode and Relay Coil Status (normally energized or
de-energized relays) are selected using the software configuration tool. (Reference the
instruction manual section for Software Configuration. Figures in brackets are for inputs 5
through 8 located on the 2nd input card within the cell (if installed).
CSM CARD LINKS
Relay Output Mode Selection
Output
Link
Form A (Normally
Open Contact)
Form B (Normally
Closed Contact)
1
JP1
2,3
2
JP2
2,3
3
JP3
2,3
4
JP4
2,3
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
Note: The Relay Outputs consist of SPDT Relays with selectable contact outputs (Form A
or Form B). These links select the relay contact pair connected to the output terminals.
The options for normally energized or de-energized relays are selected using the software
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configuration tool. The table describes the de-energized state.
Serial Comms Selection
This can be set for RS232 or RS485 operation and is done using the P10 links.
Operation Mode
RS232
RS485
P10
B1,C1
B1,A1
B2,C2
B2,A2
B3,C3
B3,A3
B4,C4
B4,A4
B5,C5
B5,A5
B6,C6
B6,A6
B7,C7
B7,A7
An RS485 terminator is provided if required. This is enabled with P11
Terminator
In
Out
P11
1,2
2,3
J2
J1
P10
C7
A7
C1
A1
1
1
1
JP4
1
JP3
1
JP2
JP1
P11
JS2
Figure 7
CSM Card Links
Serial Comms Connection
This is via the DB9 connector on the rear.
Pin
RS232
RS485
1
nc
nc
2
TX
TX/RX+
3
RX
TX/RX-
4
nc
nc
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GND
GND
6
nc
nc
7
RTS
RTS
8
nc
nc
9
nc
nc
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POWER SUPPLY
Connecting Power
For compliance with UL requirements, a switch or circuit breaker must be installed within
close proximity to the unit as a means of disconnecting power. If you choose to protect the
input power line externally, use a breaker rated for 2.5 amps @120VAC, 240VAC or
125VDC as required on the primary power connection. (Note: This is the maximum current
draw for a 5 High by 5 Wide Annunciator. Reference the power requirements below for
your power consumption.).
The AN-6100C operates from a nominal 24V DC supply. The operating voltage range is
20 to 28V DC. A standard range of separate power supply units are available (AN-6100
Series) to enable the AN-6100C to be powered from 110/240 Volt 50/60Hz AC, or 48V,
125V and 250V DC. See Below to establish total system burden requirements
PLEASE NOTE
Note a 24V DC power filter cable is supplied and must be used to ensure the
annunciator is immune to transients up to EN 61000-4 level 3, and that
the annunciator meets IEC61000-6-3 Class B emissions
(RiS Part No 1084-471)
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Maximum Burden per Module at 24 Volts DC. (Current in A)
Width (Cells)
AN6100C Power Consumption (Amps @ 24 Vdc)
8 Inputs/ 8 Relays per Cell (All Points Alarmed)
1
2
Height (Cells)
3
4
5
1
0.25
0.55
0.85
1.15
1.45
2
0.55
1.15
1.75
2.35
2.95
3
0.85
1.75
2.65
3.55
4.45
4
1.15
2.35
3.55
4.75
5.95
5
1.45
2.95
4.45
5.95
7.45
Note: This is the maximum current draw for a system with 8 inputs per cell and repeat
relays. Systems with less inputs or no relays will have a slightly lower current draw.
Burden does not include auxiliary output loads.
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AVAILABLE SEQUENCES
The following are summary sequence descriptions provided for guidance. For rigorous
definitions consult the system itself or apply to AMETEK for clarification.
AUTO RESET, NON LOCKING STATUS ONLY INDICATION
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
A-456
VISUAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
RETURN TO
NORMAL
BEFORE ACK
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
RETURN TO
NORMAL
BEFORE ACK
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
RETURN TO
NORMAL.
BEFORE ACK
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
RETURN TO
NORMAL.
BEFORE ACK
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
RETURN TO
NORMAL.
BEFORE ACK
NORMAL
AUDIBLE
AUTO RESET, NON LOCKING
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
A-4
VISUAL
AUDIBLE
AUTO RESET, LOCKING
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
A
VISUAL
ACKNOWLEDGE
AUDIBLE
MANUAL RESET, LOCKING
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
M
VISUAL
NORMAL
ACKNOWLEDGE
RESET
ACKNOWLEDGE
RESET
AUDIBLE
RINGBACK, DUAL FLASH, MANUAL RESET
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
R-12
VISUAL
NORMAL
ALERT
FAST
SLOW
*
AUDIBLE
SLOW
*
SLOW
*
‘ A distinctly different ringback audible can be provided in most cases
FIRST OUT, AUTORESET
SEQUENCE
CODE
ALARM
DEVICE
NORMAL
ALERT
INITIAL
F1A
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
INITIAL
NEXT
RETURN TO NORMAL
INITIAL
NEXT
RETURN TO NORMAL
BEFORE ACK.
INITIAL
NEXT
ACKNOWLEDGE
INITIAL
NEXT
VISUAL
AUDIBLE
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FIRST OUT WITH FIRST OUT RESET
SEQUENCE
CODE
ALARM
DEVICE
NORMAL
ALERT
INITIAL
F2M
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
INT. FAST
FAST
SLOW
RETURN TO NORMAL
NEXT
INITIAL
NEXT
RETURN TO NORMAL
BEFORE ACK.
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
RETURN TO NORMAL
BEFORE ACK.
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
RETURN TO NORMAL
BEFORE ACK.
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
RESET
VISUAL
AUDIBLE
FIRST OUT, MANUAL RESET
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
INITIAL
FFAM2
VISUAL
(RIS)
AUDIBLE
RETURN TO NORMAL
NEXT
INITIAL
NEXT
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
RESET
FIRST OUT, TRIPLE FLASH, FIRST OUT RESET
SEQUENCE CODE
F3A
ALARM
DEVICE
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO NORMAL
NEXT
INITIAL
NEXT
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
FIRST OUT
RESET
VISUAL
INT. FAST
FAST
SLOW
RETURN TO NORMAL
BEFORE ACK.
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
LAMP 1
LAMP 1
AUDIBLE
RINGBACK, DUAL LAMP, DUAL FLASH, MANUAL RESET – 2 WINDOWS PER POINT
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
R-12C
VISUAL
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
SLOW
RETURN TO
NORMAL.
BEFORE
ACK
SLOW
LAMP 2
LAMP 2
FAST
LAMP 1
LAMP 1
*
AUDIBLE
*
ACKNOWLEDGE
RESET
SLOW
LAMP 2
*
‘ A distinctly different ringback audible can be provided in most cases
FIRST OUT, DUAL LAMP, FIRST OUT RESET – 2 WINDOWS PER POINT
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
NORMAL
ALERT
INITIAL
SLOW
F3C
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
RETURN TO NORMAL
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
LAMP1
LAMP 2
LAMP 1
NEXT
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
SLOW
VISUAL
LAMP 1
LAMP 2
LAMP 2
AUDIBLE
Dual Lamp sequences use only inputs 1 and 3 on each input card. Inputs 2 and 4 should not be connected.
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FIRST OUT
RESET
RINGBACK, DUAL FLASH, LOCK IN UNTIL ACKNOWLEDGED
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
R
VISUAL
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
FAST
RESET
SLOW
AUDIBLE
‘ A distinctly different ringback audible can be provided in most cases
RINGBACK, DUAL LAMP, LOCK IN UNTIL ACKNOWLEDGED – 2 WINDOWS PER
POINT
SEQUENCE CODE
ALARM DEVICE
RC
VISUAL
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
RETURN TO
NORMAL
RESET
SLOW
FAST
LAMP 1
LAMP 1
LAMP 2
AUDIBLE
‘ A distinctly different ringback audible can be provided in most cases
Dual Lamp sequences use only inputs 1 and 3 on each input card. Inputs 2 and 4 should not be connected.
FIRST OUT, TRIPLE FLASH, FIRST OUT RESET
SEQUENCE CODE
F3M
ALARM DEVICE
NORMAL
ALERT
ACKNOWLEDGE
INITIAL
NEXT
INITIAL
INT. FAST
FAST
SLOW
NEXT
RETURN TO NORMAL
BEFORE ACK.
INITIAL
NEXT
INT. FAST
FAST
RETURN TO NORMAL
AND RESET
INITIAL
INITIAL
RETURN
TO
NORMAL
AND
RESET
RESET
VISUAL
AUDIBLE
FIRST OUT WITH FIRST OUT RESET
SEQUENCE
CODE
ALARM
DEVICE
NORMAL
ALERT
INITIAL
ACKNOWLEDGE
NEXT
FAST
F2A
INITIAL
RESET
SLOW
SLOW
RETURN TO NORMAL
AND ACK.
INITIAL
NEXT
RETURN
TO
NORMAL.
RESET
VISUAL
AUDIBLE
For intermixed sequences specify IMO order code
LEGEND
LAMP OFF
LAMP
FLASHING
LAMP ON
HORN OFF
HORN ON
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CONFIGURATION
INTRODUCTION
AN6100C
The AN6100C is a flexible Annunciator. Most of the configuration of the system is made
using software which makes the initial set up and any updates very simple. Only the input
voltage range, N.O., N.C. input selection and relay contact outputs are selected with onboard switches.
Application
The AN6100C Configuration application is used to create, edit and download annunciator
configurations. It connects directly to the annunciator via a serial port on the PC. A
configuration may be created without a connection to the annunciator and then downloaded
later. The configuration information is held as a file on the PC which may be edited if a
change is required. An exception to this is the physical size of the annunciator which
includes the number of input modules and the size of each module, which is factory
configured.
If a configuration is edited checks are made to ensure that the correct file is downloaded to
the annunciator. If more than one version of the AN6100C configuration software is used
then more than one version of the configuration file can exist. It is up to the user to ensure
that copies of the configuration are kept up to date. If the application detects that the local
and remote copies of a configuration are different the user can select update either.
The application also includes a function to enable the configurable options in the
annunciator. One such is Modbus communications.
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
The AN6100C configuration software should be installed onto a PC with the following
minimum configuration :300MHz Pentium II CPU
Windows 98/2000/XP
64Mbytes RAM
20Gbytes hard disk
Insert the AMETEK AN6100C Configuration CD in the CD-ROM drive. This will
automatically start the installation process. If this does not happen choose ‘Run’ from the
‘Start’ menu then browse to the CD-ROM drive and click on ‘Autorun.exe’.
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SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION INSTRUCTIONS
This is an overview of the configuration steps required for editing or creating an Annunciator
configuration. Refer to the next section for additional detail on the menu selections.
Reviewing or editing the Factory Configuration
All Annunciators are factory configured per the model number. Some of these selections,
such as Alarm Sequence can be changed with the configuration software. Other features
not in the model number, such as Input Delay, CSM Relay Output Assignments can also be
edited.
1.
Connect serial null modem cable between the AN-6100C communication port and
the PC with the Configuration Software installed.
2.
Start up Configurator Software. If a default configuration appears, press Cancel.
3.
Select Connections, then Settings and configure your PC Serial port for the Com
Port where your serial cable is plugged into, 9600 Baud, no parity and address 1
4.
Select Connections, then Connect. If successful, the Annunciator lights will flash
fast and a pop up screen will appear with your serial number. Press OK.
5.
If you see a screen that says ‘Configuration Mismatch’, select Download
Configuration from the Annunciator.
6.
Select File, Start Wizard and this will show how the Annunciator is currently
configured. You can make changes to any of the selections. For more detail on
any of the selection, refer to the next section on the Configuration Wizard.
7.
When finished making any changes, select save and enter the file name if
prompted. Select Connections, Configuration, Write Configuration. When it is
complete, select Connection, Disconnect.
Note: There are ICONS on the Toolbar for many of the functions above.
Creating a new Configuration
New configurations may be created both on-line (connected to an Annunciator) or off-line.
In either case, start the configuration software and select File, New. From here, you can
pick the Annunciator size and all other selections, as shown in the previous paragraph.
Note: The serial Modbus configuration is only shown after connecting to an Annunciator
that includes this option. If you want to see an example of the Modbus selections available,
there are some default configurations on you CD that include examples of systems with
Modbus.
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MENUS
Main menu overview
The main application window comprises of five main menus, File, Options, View,
Connections and Help. These appear at the top of the screen above the application toolbar
which provides quick access to the main functions of the program.
File Menu
The program manages configuration files through the File Menu. From this menu, you can
open, save, and delete configuration files. The File Menu also provides you access to a
new "default" configuration as a point of reference.
Options Menu
This menu provides functionality to alter the way your program behaves and appears.
View Menu
Here you can select what you see in main window. Status bar, Tool bar etc.
Connections Menu
Connections menu performs the actual communication with the annunciator to download or
retrieve configurations.
Help Menu
The Annunciator Configurator is equipped with a Help Menu to provide the user with
assistance for each screen and program function.
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FILE
In the File menu you will find the following menu options:
New
Clicking on this will create and open a new configuration. As only one configuration can
be open at a time, any previous configuration that is open will be closed. You will be
prompted to save any changes before the configuration is closed. New configurations are
set to the defaults.
Open
Here you can browse available locations on your system to open existing configuration
files. (file extension "anc").
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Save
Allows you to save the active configuration file. If the configuration file has already been
saved, it will automatically write over the old version.
Save As
Allows you to save the active configuration file. When clicked, it will ask you for a
filename before proceeding. If the filename already exists, it will ask you if you want to
overwrite the old version.
Create Duplicate
This will create and open a new configuration file, the parameters will be copied from the
active (open) configuration and not set to defaults. This allows the same configuration
settings to be downloaded to two annunciators.
Print
This allows you to print the configuration in a text form so that you can see all the
parameters. The printout is marked with the time and date of printing.
Print Setup
This allows you to change your printer settings.
Start Wizard
This will start the configuration wizard which will guide you through a set of screens to
simply setup your annunciator.
Recent Files
At the bottom of the file menu, you will also find a list of you most recent configuration
files. You can simply click on one of these to open it.
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OPTIONS
Preferences
In the preferences menu you can change the color setup of the whole application, and tell
the program how you want the wizard to behave.
View Configuration
This is a textual overview of the complete configuration.
Upgrade
This menu option will allow you to add extra functionality to your annunciator and the
configurator.
Preferences
Colors
The colors used to indicate various selections used in the
configuration software may be changed. This may be required
if they conflict with colors used in the Windows desktop. For
most installations the default colors will be acceptable.
To change a color first select its usage from the list then click
on ‘Change Color’ and select the new choice from the palate.
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General
If the box beside "Start wizard when opening file" is checked, the wizard will automatically
appear every time a new or existing document is opened. As the last open configuration is
loaded when the application starts it means that the wizard will also automatically start at
this point.
View Configuration (Text)
This allows you to see the complete configuration as text. Once this dialog is shown there
are a number of options available.
Copy to clipboard
You can use the mouse to select a portion of the configuration and then copy the selection
to the clipboard so you can paste it into other documents. If you do not select any text the
whole configuration is then copied.
Print
This will print the complete configuration.
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Upgrade
The application also includes a function to enable the configurable options in the
annunciator. One such is Modbus communications.
To enable any of these options you must contact
AMETEK Power Instruments with
your annunciator serial number which you will find in the Upgrade dialog. You will be
given a unique key which you must type into the box (shown above) and then click
upgrade.
If you are connected to an annunciator the upgrade will be performed right away. If you
are not connected then you must save the configuration and upload it at a later date.
Note:
To successfully obtain the serial number of the annunciator you must have uploaded the
configuration at least once. If the configuration has never been uploaded to an annunciator
you will get the following message where your serial ID should be.
"This configuration has not been uploaded to an annunciator."
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CONNECTIONS
Connect & Disconnect
From the connections menu you will be able to connect to or disconnect from your
annunciator using the Connect and Disconnect menu options.
Configuration
Once you have successfully connected to your annunciator you will be able to select the
Configuration menu option. This will allow you to read and write configurations to and
from the annunciator.
Settings
Here you change your computer's settings to tell it how to connect to your annunciator.
N.B. The annunciator functions will not operate while the configurator is connected
to the AN6100C.
Configuration
Read Configuration
This copies the configuration from the annunciator into the
active configuration. It is recommended that you save any
configuration changes before reading a configuration. If
you wish to discard your changes you can open another
document or close the application opting not to save.
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Write Configuration
This will copy the active configuration to the annunciator. It is recommended that you save
any configuration changes before writing to the annunciator.
Note:
When a configuration is written to an annunciator the file is, from then on associated with
that specific annunciator. As a result of this association, on subsequent sessions there are
certain configuration options which will be disabled. They are listed below.
System Name
Number of rows
Number of columns
Alarms per module
Number of hardwired inputs
Input delay resolution
Communication Settings
From this dialog you can select the Com port wish to use to connect and the baud rate and
parity of the connection, and the address of the annunciator.
These values are stored independently of the annunciator
hence care must taken be as if you have more that one
annunciator they may not all have the same settings.
Connect Status
This option can be used when connected to retrieve the
serial ID, the Hardware version and the system
description. When nothing is connected the menu
option is disabled. This can be used as an indicator to a
successful connection.
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CONFIGURATION MISMATCH
When you connect to an annunciator the program checks to see if the active file was the
last configuration to be downloaded to the annunciator, if this is not the case then the
message shown above will be displayed.
A Configuration mismatch may occur as a result of the following:
1) You have opened the wrong configuration file.
2) Someone else has downloaded a different configuration to the
annunciator.
If you choose the first option "Download configuration from annunciator" this will copy
the configuration from the annunciator in to the active file.
If you choose the second option "Overwrite configuration on annunciator with
configuration....." this will copy the configuration in the active file to the annunciator.
In the case of a configuration mismatch it is recommended that you select the first option
and then save this configuration to another location as a backup.
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SERIAL ID MISMATCH
A serial ID mismatch occurs when you try to upload a configuration that has already been
uploaded to another annunciator. When you upload a configuration, a note is kept of which
annunciator it "belongs to". Every time you connect to an annunciator the stored serial ID
is checked to make sure that it matches the annunciator you are connected to.
In the case of a serial ID mismatch if you hit continue you will be able to read the
configuration from the annunciator but you will not be able to write the active one to the
annunciator.
To rectify this situation you should click "No" and then open the correct configuration file,
or create a new configuration.
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CONFIGURATION WIZARD
The configuration of an AN6100C is defined in a number of sections which are displayed
on separate pages. The pages may be selected by clicking on the labeled tabs at the top of
each page. When a system is configured for the first time the ‘Next >>’ button may be
used to move through all the sections. This will ensure that no sections are missed. The
‘<< Back’ button may be used to go to the previous page if required.
A graphical representation of the annunciator is used to simplify the configuration.
Individual or groups of inputs or modules can be selected by clicking on them. This mimic
diagram may be given the same bezel colors as the actual unit to make correct input
selection easy.
System
The hardware configuration is defined in this page. The values must match the actual size
of the AN6100C. A mimic diagram of the annunciator is shown on the left hand side. The
blank section on the bottom right of the annunciator is the Common Service Module
(CSM).
N.B. After the configuration is uploaded to the annunciator for the first time the system
parameters cannot be edited. The controls will be disabled. Care should be taken that the
System values are correct. To make a change, you must create a new configuration.
System Name (ID)
This name is used to uniquely identify the annunciator. Up to 16 characters may be used
for this.
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Rows and Columns of modules
Use the up or down arrows to the right of each value to set the actual number of modules.
The maximum size of an AN6100C is 5 rows by 5 columns.
Alarm points per module
There may be 1, 2, 4 or 8 points per module as determined by your window size. Small
windows use 8 points, medium windows use 4, large windows use 2 and extra-large
windows use 1 point per module. By default all modules have the same number of points.
If different numbers of points per module are required click on the Advanced button.
Hardwired inputs
The default is that all inputs are hardwired, which refers to the field contacts wired to the
back of the annunciator On the mimic diagram the hardwired inputs are shown with a dot
at the center. Non-hardwired inputs refers to inputs that are received via the serial
communications. Non hard-wired inputs do not respond to the I/O cards or field contact
inputs. In the Serial Input Only systems, the I/O cards are not even provided.
Note: Serial Communications may be used for both Hardwired and Non-Hardwired
systems.
Input delay resolution
This determines the system-wide increment value for the input delay for each alarm. You
have 255 increments of the value selected. For 50ms, you can have a selectable software
delay up to 12.5seconds. For 1sec, you have a selectable software delay up to 250seconds.
Each input can have it’s own delay assigned as shown in the Input Configuration page.
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Input Configuration
The configuration of each alarm input is defined in this page. To simplify this procedure a
number of similar inputs may be selected at the same time and common parameters set.
An individual input is selected by clicking on it. The input will change color when
selected. The input number will be shown in the ‘Alarms’ list. To select a number of
inputs hold down the ‘Ctrl’ key while clicking on the inputs. To de-select an input press
the ‘Ctrl’ key and click on the input again. To select a rectangular block of inputs click on
the top left hand one then drag down to the bottom right.
When one or a number of inputs has been selected the parameters for those inputs may be
set.
Alarm Numbering
The inputs are numbered left to right and top to bottom. The inputs within a module are
numbered in sequence followed by the next module. So, for example, the top row of inputs
of modules with four inputs each are:1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, ……
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Relay Mode (optional)
If the repeat relay option has been included with your system, you may select the Relay
Mode for each input as follows:Fault to Clear – Normally Energized
The repeat relay will follow the status of the field contact, regardless of the
pushbuttons pressed. In this mode, the relay coil is energized in the normal
(non-alarm) state.
Fault to Clear – Normally De-Energized
The repeat relay will follow the status of the field contact, regardless of the
pushbuttons pressed. In this mode, the relay coil is de-energized in the
normal (non-alarm) state.
Fault to Acknowledge – Normally Energized
The repeat relay will follow the status of the field contact until the
acknowledge pushbutton is pressed, which returns the relay to the normal
state. In this mode, the relay coil is energized in the normal (non-alarm)
state.
Fault to Acknowledge – Normally De-Energized
The repeat relay will follow the status of the field contact until the
acknowledge pushbutton is pressed, which returns the relay to the normal
state. In this mode, the relay coil is de-energized in the normal (non-alarm)
state.
Fault to Reset – Normally Energized
The repeat relay will follow the status of the field contact until the reset
pushbutton is pressed, which returns the relay to the normal state. In this
mode, the relay coil is energized in the normal (non-alarm) state.
Fault to Reset – Normally De-Energized
The repeat relay will follow the status of the field contact until the reset
pushbutton is pressed, which returns the relay to the normal state. In this
mode, the relay coil is de-energized in the normal (non-alarm) state.
Note: In addition to these configurations, the repeat relay contact may be selected as a
Form A or (Normally Open) or Form B (Normally Closed) using the I/O jumpers described
in the previous section.
Alarm Group
Each input belongs to one of 4 groups. The groups define the alarm sequences that are set
in the 'Group’ page. This allows up to 4 first out groups per system or four different
sequences.
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Input delay
This is the time for which an input has to change state before it is acknowledged. Each
input may be set from 0 to 250s with a resolution of 1second, or from 0 to 12.5 with a
resolution of 50milliseconds. The system wide input delay resolution (50ms or 1sec) is set
on the System page.
Note: These software delays are in addition to the fixed hardware filter of 40ms. For
example; if a 50ms delay is selected, the total input delay is 90ms.
Critical alarm
Alarms may be selected as critical or non-critical for activating a common alarm on the
CSM. The CSM has relay outputs for critical or non-critical: horns, reflash and fault. Any
input in the system selected for critical or non-critical will activate the respective CSM
relay output. By default, all alarms are set as non-critical.
Modbus Transmit or Receive (Optional)
If the Modbus option is included with your system, every input is defined for Transmit or
Receive by clicking on the button. Transmit implies that the alarm status from hardwired
contacts are sent serially to some other device. Receive implies that some other serial
device is providing the status of the alarm and the Annunciator will respond as if it were a
field contact input. You may choose combinations of transmit and receive, but a single
input can not do both. You may also set up an input as receive while providing a hard
wired contact input to the same point. In this case, the Annunciator will respond to alarms
from either the contact or serial input in a logic OR arrangement.
If the option is not available this button is not displayed. It may also not be displayed if
creating a new configuration. You must connect to your Annunciator to enable the serial
Modbus configuration.
Note: The data direction on Serial alarms (not Hardwired) can not be set to ’transmit’.
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Panel Colors
The color of each input in the mimic diagram may be changed to match the actual
annunciator. To do this select all the inputs with the same color as described above then
click on ‘Panel Colors'. From the color selector dialog choose any color. The custom
colors represent the available bezel colors. Repeat this for each color.
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Table View
Click on the Table View button to display the current input configuration in a table format.
This is designed to be a summary of all the input configuration, but by clicking on the
individual items you can actually change the selection from the table.
The column widths may be adjusted by clicking and dragging on the vertical separators
between the column titles.
Lamp Settings
The lamp flashing sequences are defined in this page. Click on the up or down arrows
beside each number to
increment
or
decrement it. Click
and hold on the arrows
to scroll up or down.
Click on the ‘Test’
button to check the
appearance of each
flash rate.
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Fast & Slow flash rates
The ON and OFF times are set up with a resolution of 0.1s. The maximum times are 4s.
Intermittent rate
The Intermittent period values will be automatically adjusted to ensure they are integer
multiples of the sum of the Intermittent ON and OFF times. The maximum Intermittent
Period ON and OFF values are 25s.
Note:
The intermittent on period may be adjusted automatically by the wizard so that it is set to
at least one full intermittent on - off cycle.
Group Settings
The alarm sequence for each input group is defined in this page. To change the alarm
sequence click on the entry then choose the new entry from the list. The alarm sequences
shown below follow ISA Standard S18.1 – 1979 (R.1985).
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Common Service Module (CSM)
The functions of the CSM are defined in this page.
Common Relay
There are 4 relays in the CSM. Each relay mode may be defined as either Energized or DeEnergized, with respect to the power on, normal state. For example, a Energized Relay has
a coil that is energized when power is applied and there is no alarm. When the output is
activated, the coil will de-energize, transferring the contact output. The relay functions
may be selected from :Critical horn
Auxilary horn output driven by any alarm selected as
critical. The horn relay output will return to it’s normal state
upon activation of the silence or acknowledge pushbutton.
Non-critical horn
Auxilary horn output driven by any alarm selected as noncritical. The horn relay output will return to it’s normal state
upon activation of the silence or acknowledge pushbutton.
Note: If a critical horn is used in addition to the non-critical
horn, the critical horn has priority. For example; if the noncritical alarm is on and the Annunciator receives a critical
alarm, the non-critical horn will turn off and the critical horn
will turn on. When the critical horn is silenced, any new
non-critical alarms will activate the non-critical horn. This
operation can be changed in the common functions below.
Critical re-flash
Grouped output driven by any alarm selected as critical.
Upon a critical alarm, the relay output changes state. Every
new critical alarm will pulse the relay output for
approximately ½ second. The relay output will return to it’s
normal state when all critical alarms have returned to
normal.
Non-critical re-flash
Grouped output driven by any alarm selected as non-critical.
Upon a non-critical alarm, the relay output changes state.
Every new non-critical alarm will pulse the relay output for
approximately ½ second. The relay output will return to it’s
normal state when all critical alarms have returned to
normal.
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Critical fault
This relay output will change state when any critical input is
in the alarm state. The relay output will only return to it’s
normal state when all critical alarms have returned to
normal. The relay output is not affected by the silence or
acknowledge pushbutton.
Non-critical fault
This relay output will change state when any non-critical
input is in the alarm state. The relay output will only return
to it’s normal state when all non-critical alarms have
returned to normal. The relay output is not affected by the
silence or acknowledge pushbutton.
Ringback
(clear horn) An output driven by the return to normal of an
alarm input. Operated by sequences R, RC, R12 and R12C
only.
Watchdog
System healthy output. It will activate when the system is
not processing alarms, like during the configuration process
or when the power fails.
The Configuration Screen will show a summary of the Common Relay functions to the
right. To select a relay to edit use the up or down arrows beside the relay number or click
on the entry in the summary.
Note: In addition to these configurations, the repeat relay contact may be selected as a
Form A or (Normally Open) or Form B (Normally Closed) using the I/O jumpers described
in the previous section.
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Common Functions
A number of functions are available for the Common Service Module as On/Off switches.
To select a function click on the white box to the right of the name so as a tick mark
appears. To turn the function off click on the box again so as the tick is removed. The
available functions are :Auto Horn Cancel
The horn alarm may be automatically canceled after a fixed time. Use the
up and down arrows to the right of the value beside ‘Auto Horn Cancel’ to
set the required time. The maximum value is 60s and the resolution is
0.25s. This will affect all horn outputs. (Critical, non-critical, and ringback)
Auto Acknowledge
This will activate the acknowledge function continuously, eliminating the
need to manually press this. (Note: by selecting this, you will never get any
horn outputs and flashing lamps, depending on the sequence selected.)
Auto Reset
This will activate the reset function continuously, eliminating the need to
manually press this. (Note: this only applies to alarm sequences that require
the reset function.)
Control Interlock
This requires that the Silence, Acknowledge and Reset pushbuttons are
pressed in this exact order. Anything else will be ignored. For example; if
the Acknowledge pushbutton is pressed before the Silence, it will not have
any effect. (Note: If the Reset function is not required for the alarm
sequence selected, it will be ignored.)
Non-critical Audible Pulsed
This will pulse the non-critical audible output upon an alarm.
Ringback Audible Pulsed
This will pulse the ringback audible output upon an alarm.
Audible on test
If selected, the audible outputs (critical, non-critical and ringback horn) will
be activated during the Test Function.
Relays on test
If selected, the Repeat Relay outputs will be activated during the Test
Function.
Lamp test only
If selected, only the lamps will be activated during the Test function.
Separate first out Acknowledge
This allows the connection of an external pushbutton to acknowledge first
out alarms only.
Critical Audible has no affect on non-critical
This will make the operation of the non-critical horn independent of the
critical horn. See the previous section on the operation of the non-critical
audible.
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Enable internal horn
When selected, this will activate the internal audible device upon any noncritical, critical or ringback horn condition.
Critical Audible Pulsed
This will pulse the critical audible output upon an alarm.
Modbus
Note: These options will only be available if the Modbus functionality has been purchased
from Ametek.
Default values of the modbus settings are given in appendix A
Modbus Address
This is the address of the AN6100C. Every system on a common serial bus must be given
a unique address. Valid addresses are from 1 to 255.
Transmit & Receive functions
These define the Modbus functions for transmitting and receiving registers.
Receive & Transmit Start Address
This defines the base register address for sending and receiving information.
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Parity
The parity for the serial communications may be selected from :None
Odd
Even
The configuration application will always use the parity defined for the AN6100C. If the
parity is changed it will not take affect until the current configuration session is complete.
Baud Rate
The Modbus baud rate may be selected from :1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
The configuration application will always use the baud rate defined for the AN6100C. If
the baud rate is changed it will not take affect until the current configuration session is
complete.
Modbus Mode
The Modbus Mode may be selected from :Master
Slave
A Master unit may issue command functions and a slave unit responds to them. When the
AN6100C configuration application is being used the AN6100C will be in slave mode
independent of its Mode setting.
Data Type
The Modbus Data Type may be selected from :AN3135 Point State
Point
State
Reference Appendix A for a complete description of these Data Types.
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Slave Address
This is used when the AN-6100C is selected as a Modbus Master. The Slave Address refers
to the device that the Master is communicating to. Valid addresses are from 1 to 255.
Transmit Controls
If this option is selected Silence, Acknowledge and Reset controls will be transmitted and
received along with point data.
Modbus Type
This is a format in which the data is transmitted. Can be set to ASCII or RTU.
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Quick Access
Toolbar
Hot Keys
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SERVICING
Ensure that the power supply to the unit is switched off before servicing.
MODULE REMOVAL
CAUTION
Note and record the window positions when removed from the
chassis so as to ensure that the windows are replaced in their
original locations
Severe problems/damage could occur to monitored
plant/equipment should windows be replaced in incorrect
positions causing erroneous indication of alarms
Only remove one window assembly at a time to minimise the
possible incorrect repositioning of alarm display windows
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APPENDIX A
MODBUS DATA FORMATS
The system has the capability of operating with three distinct data formats viz: fault mode,
alarm state mode and AN3135 mode. The latter is designed to be compatible with existing
AN3100 modbus installations. All these formats are embedded within modbus data
registers for transmission and reception.
A selection of Modbus function may be used and these vary depending on the whether the
AN6100C is operating as Modbus master or slave.
Function
Description
3
Read Holding Registers
6
Preset Single Register
7
Read Exception Status
16
Preset Multiple Registers
17
Report Slave ID
Data Units
Words
Words
Bytes
Words
Bytes
Slave I/O
Output
Input
Output
Input
Output
Mode
Master or slave
Slave only
Slave only
Master or slave
Slave only
A function value of 03 (Read Holding Registers) is set to read alarm data from the system
(in slave configuration). Function values 06 (Preset Single Register) and 16 (Preset
Multiple Registers) are set used to write fault and control data. Single and multiple register
writes are supported. Exception status responses (function 07) and Slave ID (function 17)
are also supported. Exception codes for unrecognized received messages are also included.
The modbus functions are enabled by a software switch and require a key to enable them
which is supplied by Ametek. This may be done prior to delivery or retrofitted to installed
systems.
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Alarm State Mode
The system can provide data reflecting the alarm state of the system. This mode operates as
output only from the system.
The alarm state data is present within a 16 bit register format as shown in the table below.
The data is in a nibble format (4 bits per point, 4 points per register) and reflects the already
established DMS3000/RTU3000 style format. Note the control transfer is not supported in
this mode as the control state of any point is included within the data transferred.
Bit
Point 1, First up, unacknowledged
Point 1, Subsequent up, unacknowledged
Point 1, Acknowledged
Point 1, Fault
The data layout is as shown below.
Word
Bit15-bit12
Bit11-bit8
Bit7-bit4
Bit3-Bit0
1
..
N
AP 04
..
AP N
..
..
..
..
AP 01
..
AP N-3
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Point Mode
The system can present or accept raw field input point data plus alarm controls. Single and
multiple register writes are supported. Data is again presented in a 16 bit register format.
The last word of a transfer of input data may optionally contain control data.
The data layout for a sample system configured for point data will be as below.
Word
Bit15
1
AP
16
..
AP
N
..
N/16
…….
…….
Bit6
Bit5
Bit4
Bit3
Bit2
Bit1
Bit0
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
Ack
Act
Rst
Act
Ack
Mtr
AP
01
..
AP
N-15
Rst
Mtr
(N/16)
+1
AN3135 Mode
The system has the capability of mimicking the existing AN3135 functionality used with
the AN3100 type systems. The object is to provide a system that is backwards compatible
with the existing AN3135 product and AN3100 systems. The AN3135 mode is restricted
to the default Functions of 03 to read alarm data and 06 and 16 being used to write fault
and control data. The principal difference between this and the point mode above is that
the AN3135 mode is restricted to 64 points.
The data layout for a sample system configured for point data will be as below.
Word
Bit15
1
AP
16
..
AP
64
..
4
5
…….
…….
Bit6
Bit5
Bit4
Bit3
Bit2
Bit1
Bit0
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
Ack
Act
Rst
Act
Ack
Mtr
AP
01
..
AP
49
Rst
Mtr
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Modbus Addresses
Conventional addresses are not included in the configuration and should be input by the
user. The input and output functions here are the most common and refer to a system in
slave configuration.
Conventional Start
address
Data
Input
Functions
Output
Functions
00000
10000
30000
40000
Output Coils
Discrete Inputs
Input Registers
Holding (output)
Registers
Extended
Memory
05,15
01
02
04
03
60000
06,16
Default Values
Designation
Modbus
Address
Receive Start
Address
Options
0-255
Default
01
0-65535
40000
Transmit Start
Address
Modbus Mode
Data type
0-65535
40000
Master/Slave
AN3135 Style
AN3150/Point/State
2400/4800/
9600/19200
Odd/Even/none
Yes/No
Slave
Point
Input/output
Output
ASCII/RTU
RTU
Baud rate
Parity
Transmit
controls
Data direction
Modbus format
Comments
Raw address entry. User must
include standard Modbus
address offsets
Is this system Modbus Master?
An3150 mimic, point or alarm
state data.
9600
None
Parity type
Send alarm control (ACK, RST)
data
1 bit per point to designate
Tx/Rx data
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APPENDIX C
TELEPHONE / FAX NUMBER LIST
This errata sheet provides an easy-to-use reference for all major departments. Use these
numbers for ordering equipment, application assistance, technical support, and scheduling
field service
Please Note: Your instruction manual may contain other phone and fax numbers; this list
will take precedence.
MAIN OFFICE
AMETEK Power Instruments – Rochester
255 North Union St., Rochester, NY 14605
DEPARTMENT/PRODUCT LINE
MAIN PHONE
FIELD SERVICE
REPAIRS/RETURNS
SALES SUPPORT
TELEPHONE
585-263-7700
800-374-4835
888-222-6282
800-950-6676
FAX
585-262-4777
585-238-4945
585-238-4945
585-454-7805
FAR EAST OFFICE
AMETEK Power Instruments
271 Bukit Timah Road, #03-09
Balmoral Plaza, Singapore 259708
Tel: 65-732-8675
Fax: 65-732-8676
UK OFFICE
AMETEK Power Instruments
Unit 20, Ridgeway
Donibristle Industrial Estate
Dunfermline, UK
Tel: 1383-825630
Fax: 1383-825715
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PROCEDURES FOR FACTORY REPAIR AND RETURN
A.
Obtain a Returned material Authorization (RMA) number by calling AMETEK
Repair Sales and giving the following information:
1.
Model and Serial Number of the equipment
2.
Failure Symptom – Be Specific
3.
Approximate date of installation
4.
The site name and address of the failed equipment
5.
Complete shipping information for the return of the equipment if other than
the operating site
6.
Name and telephone number of person to contact if questions arise.
B.
Enclose the information with the equipment and pack in a commercially accepted
shipping container with sufficient packing material to insure that no shipping
damage will occur. Mark the outside of the container with the RMA number. Ship
to the appropriate location: Attention: Repair Department
AMETEK Power Instruments
255 North Union Street
Rochester, New York 14605 USA
Tel: (888) 222-6282
Fax: (585) 238-4945
C.
Your emergency equipment will be tested, repaired and inspected at the factory.
Factory turnaround is ten working days or less (excluding shipping time).
D.
For emergency service or repair status information, please contact the AMETEK
Repair Sales Engineer at (800) 374-4835.
WARRANTY
AMETEK warrants equipment of its own manufacture to be free from defects in material
and workmanship, under normal conditions of use and service. AMETEK will replace any
component found to be defective, upon its return, transportation charges prepaid, within
one year of its original purchase. AMETEK will extend the same warranty protection on
accessories that is extended to AMETEK by the original manufacturer. AMETEK assumes
no responsibility, expressed or implied, beyond its obligation to replace any component
involved. Such warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.
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