Johnson Controls ComBus Quick Tester MS-CQT485-0

Johnson Controls ComBus Quick Tester  MS-CQT485-0
Johnson Controls
ComBus Quick Tester
MS-CQT485-0
Documentation Number: MS-CQT485-0r1_1910m
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MS-CQT485-0 Manual
Documentation Number MS-CQT485-0r1_1910m
MS-CQT485-0 Manual
Documentation Number MS-CQT485-0r1_1910m
Contents
Section 1: Introduction - Controls & Features ........................ 1
ComBus Quick Tester ............................................................. 1
Figure 1 - End & Front View.................................................... 2
Features .................................................................................. 1
Introduction ............................................................................. 2
Section 2: Operation ................................................................... 3
Initial Operation ...................................................................... 3
Flow Chart 1 - Tester & User Operations ............................... 4
Table 1 - Voltage Pass Display Sequence ............................. 5
Section 3: Troubleshooting - Failure Messages ...................... 7
3.1 24VAC Found .................................................................. 7
3.2 Master Found .................................................................... 7
3.3 Voltage Fail ....................................................................... 7
Table 2 - Voltage Fail Display Sequence ......................... 7
Table 3 - Voltage Pass Limits........................................... 8
Voltage Fail Checks.......................................................... 8
Example Voltage Fail Profiles .......................................... 9
Table 4 - Profiles ..................................................................... 9
3.4 Troubleshooting Missing or Bad Devices ....................... 10
Figure 2 - Split Half Problem Isolation .................................. 10
Table 5 - Device Type Display .............................................. 11
Section 4: Battery Installation ................................................. 12
Figure 3 - Battery Installation ................................................ 12
Section 5: Specifications .......................................................... 13
Accessories ........................................................................... 14
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Section 1: Introduction
Introduction – Controls & Features
ComBus Quick Tester
Features
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Pluggable 4-Position N2 Bus Connector can accept 3-Position or
4-Position terminal blocks used on Johnson Controls Controllers
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2-Line by 8-Character LCD Display with Power On Backlighting
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Display Scroll-up and Scroll-down buttons
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End of Line Slide Switch for Termination Out/In
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Start button Starts or Stops Automatic Testing
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Power button for On/Off with 5 Minute inactivity timer for Auto
Power Off. Press ½ second for On. Press & Hold for Off.
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Section 1: Introduction
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N2/MSTP Slide Switch Selects Test Mode (for future MSTP
upgrade)
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Self protected from accidental connection to 24VAC
•
Rugged drop resistant case with bright orange color protective
boot uses only 5.5 x 3.4 x 1.4 inches of space.
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Uses two AA alkaline batteries
Introduction
The ComBus Quick Tester is designed to plug into the Johnson
Controls N2 or MSTP bus as a Master Controller. It will test using the
following sequence:
Instrument Test Sequence
1. Check for bus activity, abnormal data state duration such as
24VAC/50/60Hz on data bus or Ref.
2. Check for other Master Controllers on the bus. Only one Master
Controller can be present at a time.
2.1 Master Controllers can be a NCM, Companion, N30 (N2 bus) or
NAE (MSTP bus)
3. Check data bus DC voltages, and retain values for review or
troubleshooting at test end.
4. Poll all device addresses (1 to 255) using N2/Sys91 or MSTP
commands, make internal list of addresses which respond and
identify as either an invalid response or the appropriate N2 or
Sys91 device. (MSTP test mode may vary)
5. Total the number of device addresses which respond and
calculate the sum of all responding addresses for a crosscheck.
If a Fail condition is found during the first 3 tests, testing stops.
Tests 4 and 5 repeat until all addresses have been checked, then the
Device Count is displayed. Use the Scroll-up/down buttons to view.
The total of responding Device Addresses can be checked against
the number of devices which should be present, and the Sum of
responding addresses recorded for future quick checks.
The Device address and Device type can be viewed/checked against
your list of devices which are installed and should be found.
Test 4 can be stopped by pressing and holding the START/STOP
button until Device Address scanning stops.
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Section 1: Introduction
Initial Operation
Before use, install a pair of AA batteries (included) as shown in the
Battery Installation section.
1. Locate the Master Controller for the communications trunk
being tested.
2. Unplug the 4 pin (or 3 pin) Data Bus connection plug from the
Master Controller and plug it into the Quick Tester.
3. Set the N2/MSTP slide switch to test N2 or MSTP bus
devices. The N2/MSTP switch is only read at Power On. In
MSTP mode, initial production units will display “MSTP NO
SUPPORT”. at Power On.
4. Press & release the Power button to turn On.
5. Set the END OF LINE switch to IN if replacing an End Of
Line device (usually only one cable connected to plug), else
set to Out (two cables connected to plug).
6. Press the Start button to begin. To stop before completion,
press and hold the Start/Stop button until halted.
7. If a failure message is displayed, “”24VAC Found”, “Master
Found” or “Voltage Fail”, troubleshoot as in Section 3.
8. When “Voltage Pass” is displayed, “Hit up down key”,
automatic testing is done. Check results.
9. Press & release the scroll-down button to sequence through
results. Compare the Device Count found to the number of
devices installed. If equal, and the “Add. Sum” matches the
value specified for the system, testing is complete except for
recording system values for future reference.
10. If not equal, see Troubleshoot Missing or Bad Devices.
Continued next page.
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Section 2: Operations
Tester & User Operations
Flow Chart 1 - Tester & User Operations
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Section 2: Operations
When the Tester stops testing, User Checks are needed to complete Testing
using the up/down keys.
The User must compare the device count found to actual number of devices
present, and the Add. Sum to the Engineering Check Sum provided for the
installation being tested. See Table 1 for the Display Sequence.
If the Device Count is correct then there are no missing devices.
If the Address Sum is not correct, but the Device Count is correct,
then one or more device addresses is not set according to the
Engineering Check Sum specified. See Section 3, Troubleshooting
Missing or Bad Devices.
Table 1 – Display Sequence
#
Display
1
Action
Comments
Hit up down
key
D = Data Bus
Sum of all
addresses
found
2
Add. Sum
XXXXX
XXXXX = Sum
3
+=x.xxV
-=x.xxV
x.xx = value
4
Bias =
+X.XX
x.xx = value
5
XXX ZZZ
XXX ZZZ
+D Line to REF
-D Line to REF
+D to –D
XXX =
Address
If device count
> 0 then show
first 2
ZZZ = Dev
Type Code
5
XXX ZZZ
XXX ZZZ
Repeat in sets
of 2 until all
shown
6
Devices=
0000
Show count of
devices found
2
Add. Sum
Repeat #2
+D is Data bus plus (with N2 bus = N2+) MSTP Future
-D is Data bus minus (with N2 bus = N2-) MSTP Future
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Section 3: Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting - Failure Messages
3.1 – 24VAC Found
1. Unplug the connector from the Tester verify that the 24VAC
power connection and Data bus connections are not
swapped.
2. Use a Multimeter and check for 24VAC between the +D line
and –D line connection, then between the +D and REF, and
between the –D and the REF.
3. If no AC, possibly some device on the bus has the REF line
swapped. Split the trunk and troubleshoot each half
separately.
3.2 – Master Found
1. Check for a Master (NCM, N30, NAE, Companion) connected
and polling.
2. If necessary, split the trunk and troubleshoot each half
separately.
3.3 – Voltage Fail
Voltage Fail means that abnormal DC levels on the bus have been
measured.
The ComBus Quick Tester checks for normal values on +D and -D to
REF (Common Mode Reference), and the difference between +D and
-D (known as Bias).
Table 2 – Display Sequence
#
Display
1
2
Action
Hit up down
key
+=x.xxV
-=x.xxV
3
Bias =
+X.XX
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Section 3: Troubleshooting
Table 3 – Voltage Pass Limits.
#
Voltage
Pass
Lower
Limit
Upper
Limit
Parameter
D=Data Bus
2
+=
2.45V
3.00V
+D to REF
2
-=
1.90V
2.54
-D to REF
3
Bias =
+0.38
+0.92
+D to -D
+D is Data bus plus (with N2 bus = N2+) MSTP future
-D is Data bus minus (with N2 bus = N2-)
Voltage Fail Checks
1. Check that End of Line termination is set correctly.
2. Compare Lower Limit values, low values can indicate a data
line shorted to another, or to REF, or reversed at an End of
Line device.
3. See Voltage Fail Example Profiles
The DC levels between data transmissions on each line will vary
depending on how many devices are on the bus, since each device
loads it, changes the bias. The bias voltage for all devices on the bus
establishes the no-signal state between data transmissions when all
devices are tri-stated. DC bias is needed so all devices on the bus
are able to recognize the start of data without errors or retries.
See Example Voltage Fail Profiles – next page.
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Section 3: Troubleshooting
Example Voltage Fail Profiles
Possible Voltage Fail Examples if one unit on the bus is
misconnected compared to all the others and the REF on all units
also connects to a non-isolated Common/Ground.
Table 4 - Profiles
Voltage Fail
Examples
Example
Profile 1
Example
Profile 2
Example
Profile 3
+=
1.53
0.00
2.58
–=
0.00
0.70
2.63
Bias
1.53
0.70
0.05
Possible Faults
(+) & REF
Shorted
-
X
-
(+) & REF
Swapped causing
short
-
X
-
(–) & REF Shorted
X
-
(–) & REF
Swapped causing
Short
X
-
-
(+) & (–) Shorted
-
-
X
Voltage Pass
(+) & (–) Swapped
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Section 3: Troubleshooting
3.4 Troubleshooting Missing or Bad Devices
1. When the device code for one address indicates BAD, check
the list of addresses found to determine what other address is
missing. Two units may be set for the same address.
2. Check for swapped wires for Data + and Data – lines
(N2+/N2-) on the device with the missing address, and
swapped wires on the next device after the missing device.
3. If many devices are missing, check for swapped or open
wiring between the last device prior to the missing address
and also the unit set to the missing address.
Check for devices with duplicate addresses.
Depending on the type of both devices, and distance from each other
and the master, the device code for duplicate addresses may not
indicate “BAD”, but only one may be found if they are both N2 or
Sys91, or if they are different types, either type may be found.
To isolate which device is responding, go to the unit with the
assigned address, disconnect it, and try scanning the downstream
bus and upstream bus separately to identify what other device is
responding at that address. It will be found on only one segment.
For address problems or Voltage Fail problems, Isolate the device by
separating the bus into halves, see which half has the problem, and
then perform split half troubleshooting on the problem segment. This
is usually faster than going through device connections one at a time.
For Devices that use pluggable terminal blocks, unplug the upstream
or downstream connector, and then test separately with the device.
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Section 3: Troubleshooting
Table 5 - Device Type Display
Dev-Code
Protocol
Device/Controller Type
???
N2
N2 Open Device not listed
AHU
N2
Air Handling Unit Controller
BAD
N2
N2 Device with invalid errors
DC
Sys91
DC-9100 – Plant Controller
DCM
N2
DCM-Digital Control Module
DO
Sys91
DO-9100 – Digital Optimizer
DR
Sys91
DR-9100 Room Controller
DX
Sys91
DX-9100-Digital Controller
IAC
N2
Access Controller
IFC
N2
Fire Controller
ILC
N2
ILC – Intelligent Lighting Control
LCP
Sys91
LCP – Lab & Central Plant Controller
LDT
N2
LDT - User Display
MIG
N2
MIG - Metasys Integrator
NDM
N2
N2 Dialer
PHX
N2
Phoenix Fume Hood
TC
Sys91
TC-9100 – Temperature Controller
UNT
N2
Unitary Controller
VAV
N2
VAV - Variable Air Volume Controller
VMA
N2
VAM – Variable Air Volume Modular
VND
N2
VND – Vendor Device (also FX)
XBN
N2
XM – Baseframe Extension Module
XRE
N2
XM – Baseframe Extension Module
XRL
N2
XM – Baseframe Extension Module
XRM
N2
XM – Baseframe Extension Module
XT
Sys91
XT-9100 Extension Module
XTM
Sys91
XTM-101 Extension Module
WRX
N2
Wireless Receiver
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Section 4: Battery Installation
Battery Installation
1. Unplug 4-Position Terminal. 2. Remove Protective boot from the
case with left hand on left corner, or use right hand on opposite.
.
Install 2 AA alkaline cells as shown at right, and then replace
protective cover by reversing the steps shown.
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Section 5: Specifications
Specifications
Bus Type: Half Duplex RS-485
+Data, -Data and Common Mode Reference
Bus Connector:
4-Position connector can accept 3-Position or 4-Position pluggable
terminal block connectors. Provided with 4-position right angle
5.08mm spacing pluggable Terminal block.
Data Type:
Standard (9600, 8, N, 1)
Display Type: 16 Character (2 lines by 8) LCD
Biasing & Termination
+D is N2+ line in N2 bus type – (MSTP bus marking?)
-D is N2- line in N2 bus type – (MSTP bus marking?)
REF is N2 bus Common Mode Reference (bus ground)
Termination: 220 ohms in END OF LINE IN
Biasing: +D 1200 ohm Pull-up
Biasing: -D 1200 ohm Pull-down to Ref. Common/Ground
Termination: None in END OF LINE- OUT
+D Line: 100k ohm Pull-up to +5V
-D Line: 100K ohm Pull-down to Ref Common/Ground
Voltage Scan Test - Pass
+D line to Ref is between 2.45 and 3.00 VDC
−D line to Ref is between 1.90 and 2.54 VDC
+D to -D difference is +0.38 to +0.92 VDC
N2 Address Scan Test (Device Addresses 1 to 255)
Send Sys91 message to address
Check Response for possible N2 device – identify if not.
Send N2 Identify-Self Command
Check for no error – N2 device identify type
If error Identify address with code BAD
MSTP address scan – (Device Addresses 1-255)
- T.B.D. for MSTP support
Dimensions:
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Section 5: Specifications
Accessories
Included:
ComBus Quick Tester with removable orange protective boot
4-POS Pluggable Terminal Block
Manual: Instruction Manual (paper copy of this booklet)
Batteries: Set of two included, replace with AA alkaline
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