FieldServer FS-8700-102 Computer Drive User Manual

A Sierra Monitor Company
Driver Manual
(Supplement to the FieldServer Instruction Manual)
FS-8700-102 Honeywell Zellweger IR-148
Manual
APPLICABILITY & EFFECTIVITY
Effective for all systems manufactured after May 1, 2001
Driver Version:
1.01
Document Revision: 9
FS-FS-8700-102 Honeywell Zellweger IR-148-8_8-Channel Manual
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
2.
HONEYWELL ZELLWEGER IR-148 DESCRIPTION...................................................... 3
DRIVER SCOPE OF SUPPLY ........................................................................................ 4
2.1.
Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver.................................................. 4
2.2.
Provided by the Supplier of 3rd Party Equipment ........................................................ 4
2.2.1. Required 3rd Party Hardware .................................................................................. 4
3.
HARDWARE CONNECTIONS........................................................................................ 5
4.
CONFIGURING THE FIELDSERVER AS A HONEYWELL ZELLWEGER IR-148
CLIENT...................................................................................................................................... 6
4.1.
Data Arrays/Descriptors ............................................................................................. 6
4.2.
Client Side Connection Descriptors............................................................................ 7
4.3.
Client Side Node Descriptors ..................................................................................... 7
4.4.
Client Side Map Descriptors....................................................................................... 8
4.4.1. FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters .................................................... 8
4.4.2. Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters............................................................. 8
4.4.3. Map Descriptor Example......................................................................................... 9
5.
CONFIGURING THE FIELDSERVER AS A HONEYWELL ZELLWEGER IR-148
SERVER ...................................................................................................................................10
5.1.
Server Side Connection Descriptors .........................................................................10
5.2.
Server Side Node Descriptors...................................................................................11
5.3.
Server Side Map Descriptors ....................................................................................11
5.3.1. FieldServer Specific Map Descriptor Parameters...................................................11
5.3.2. Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters ...........................................................12
5.3.3. Map Descriptor Example 1 Server using Data Array: .............................................13
5.3.4. Map Descriptor Example 2: - Server using INI file:.................................................14
APPENDIX A. ADVANCED TOPICS .....................................................................................15
Appendix A.1. Supported Functions at a glance..................................................................15
Appendix A.2. How Data is stored by the Driver..................................................................15
Appendix A.3. Driver stats...................................................................................................17
APPENDIX B.
DRIVER ERROR MESSAGES .......................................................................18
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Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 Description
The Honeywell Infrared Gas Monitor (Model IR-148) detects solvents and gases such as
HCFCs, HFCs and PFCs. IR-148 can have 1, 4 or 8 sampling points. This InfraTox driver
reports gas values, alarms and troubles from IR-148 having either 1 or 8 sampling points.
The serial driver can emulate a client or a server. The FieldServer and IR-148 device are
connected using a RS-485 network.
As a Client: The driver listens passively for messages from the Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 t
and stores data extracted from the messages. The driver cannot poll the IR-148 device for
data. The driver records some additional data age information (which is stored in the
FieldServer’s Data Arrays) because messages do not always contain information about all
sensors and depending on the IR-148 operational mode (e.g. Locked mode.), may never
contain information other than for one sensor.
As a Server: The Server side of this driver has been developed primarily to test the Client side
driver as part of FieldServer’s QA program. The driver sends messages reporting the state of
the samples. The Server driver can also be locked to report the status/value of one particular
sample channel.
It is possible to connect two Honeywell Zellweger units (IR-148) on one RS-485 network
provided that one unit is configured as a single point unit (IR-148 1 point) and the other as an 8
point unit (IR-148 8 point). At this stage only one device with 8 points has been tested.
To allow for the possibility that the device is connected on a RS-485 network with other devices
(such as the relay module option) messages that are not 49 bytes long and which do not begin
with 0xB1 will be ignored. The Driver will, however, provide statistics for the ignored as well as
the processed messages.
To see supported messages and the way the Driver stores Data, refer to Appendix A.2
Max Nodes Supported
FieldServer Mode
Client
Server
Nodes
2
2
Comments
Tested only 1 node (IR-148 8 Point) per port
Developed to test Client side of the Driver.
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Driver Scope of Supply
2.1.
Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver
FieldServer Technologies
PART #
FS-8917-16
FS-8700-102
Description
RJ45 to terminal connector cable.
Driver Manual.
Provided by the Supplier of 3rd Party Equipment
2.2.
2.2.1.
Part #
Required 3rd Party Hardware
Description
NONE
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Hardware Connections
The FieldServer is connected to the Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 Device as shown in
connection drawing.
Configure the device according to manufacturer’s instructions
OR
FS-X40
INFRATOX UNIT
+
-
G
OTHER DEVICES
Serial
FS-X20
ORANGE/WHITE
BROWN
INFRATOX UNIT
FS-8917-16
+
-
G
BLUE/WHITE
(408)-262-2299
Honeywell Zellweger
IR-148 Device FieldServer
Connection Diagram
BASE NAME:
FILE NAME: VisioDocument
DATE: 03/07/07
BY: MC
*Other devices must not transmit Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 49 byte messages
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Configuring the FieldServer as a Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 Client
For a detailed discussion on FieldServer configuration, please refer to the FieldServer
Configuration Manual. The information that follows describes how to expand upon the factory
defaults provided in the configuration files included with the FieldServer (See “.csv” sample files
provided with the FieldServer).
This section documents and describes the parameters necessary for configuring the FieldServer
to communicate with a Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 Server having one or eight sensors.
4.1.
Data Arrays/Descriptors
The configuration file tells the FieldServer about its interfaces, and the routing of data
required.
In order to enable the FieldServer for Honeywell Zellweger IR-148
communications, the driver independent FieldServer buffers need to be declared in the
“Data Arrays” section, the destination device addresses need to be declared in the “Client
Side Nodes” section, and the data required from the Servers needs to be mapped in the
“Client Side Map Descriptors” section. Details on how to do this can be found below.
Note that in the tables, * indicates an optional parameter, with the bold legal value being the
default.
Section Title
Data_Arrays
Column Title
Data_Array_Name
Data_Array_Format
Data_Array_Length
Function
Legal Values
Up to 15 alphanumeric
Provide name for Data Array
characters
Float, Bit, UInt16, SInt16,
Provide data format. Each Data Packed_Bit,
Byte,
Array can only take on one format.
Packed_Byte,
Swapped_Byte
Number of Data Objects. Must be
larger than the data storage area
1-10,000
required by the Map Descriptors for
the data being placed in this array.
Example
// Data Arrays
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name,
DA_R1,
DA_R2,
DA_CTL_R1,
DA_CTL_R2,
Data_Format,
Float,
Float,
Uint16,
Uint16,
Data_Array_Length
100
100
1
1
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Client Side Connection Descriptors
Section Title
Connections
Column Title
Port
Protocol
Baud*
Parity*
Data_Bits*
Stop_Bits*
Handshaking*
Function
Legal Values
Specify which port the device is P1-P8 (with 232/485 converter), R1connected to the FieldServer
R21
Specify protocol used
InfraTox or Infra-Tox
Specify baud rate
19200 (Vendor limitation)
None (Vendor limitation)
Specify parity
8 (Vendor limitation)
Specify data bits
1
Specify stop bits
None (Vendor limitation)
Specify hardware handshaking
Example
//
Client Side Connections
Connections
Port,
Protocol,
R1,
InfraTox,
4.3.
Protocol
Port
Parity,
None,
Stop_Bits
1
Client Side Node Descriptors
Section Title
Nodes
Column Title
Node_Name
Node_ID
Baud,
19200,
Function
Provide name for node
Irrelevant for this driver as long
as only one Node is connected.
Otherwise the Node-ID should be
the number of points/sensors for
which the Zellweger unit is
configured. A unique Node_ID is
recommended for each Zellweger
Unit as it may be useful in
exposing Node status information
Specify protocol used
Specify at which port the device is
connected to the FieldServer
Ports P1-P8 can be with 232/485
converter.
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters
0-255
InfraTox, Infra-Tox.
P1-P8 (with 232/485 converter),
R1-R21
1
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction
manual for details of the ports available on specific hardware.
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Example
//
Client Side Nodes
Nodes
Node_Name,
DEV1,
4.4.
Node_ID,
1,
Protocol,
InfraTox,
Port
R1
Client Side Map Descriptors
4.4.1.
FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Map_Descriptor_Name
Data_Array_Name
Data_Array_Offset
Function
4.4.2.
Function
Name of this Map
Descriptor
Name of Data Array
where data is to be
stored
in
the
FieldServer
Starting location in Data
Array
Function of Client Map
Descriptor.
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric
characters
One of the Data Array
names from “Data Array”
section above
0 to maximum specified in
“Data Array” section above
Passive_Client
Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Node_Name
Length
Extended_Storage*
Function
Legal Values
One of the node names
Name of Node to fetch
specified in “Client Node
data from
Descriptor” above
0-Maximum of Data Array
Length of Map Descriptor
length.
Expand Storage per point
‘YES’ every thing else
Refer to 0.
considered as ‘NO’
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Map Descriptor Example.
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The Driver stores Data from
device (DEV1) with this
memory location as the
starting point and onward, in
Data Array DA_R1.
This means that the
FieldServer cannot poll
the target device but
monitors
the
device.
Extracted
data
from
incoming messages are
stored in Data Array
DA_R1
Data_Array_Offset,
0,
This
is
the
logical name of
the
target
device having
the parameters
defined
in
section 4.3.
Function,
Passive Client
Length
100
Length forces driver to
reserve memory space
for this number of
elements, starting from
memory location defined
as Data_Array_Offset.
Length must be long
enough to store all data
from Node (Dev1)
Node_Name
DEV1,
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One of the Data
Arrays declared in
the
Data_Array
section 4.1.
The Data from the
Node (Dev1) will
be stored in this
Data Array.
Data_Array_Name,
DA_R1,
Client Side Map Descriptors
Map Descriptor
Map_Descriptor_Name,
CMD1,
//
With the following Map Descriptor, the Driver will capture and store data for all the all (8) sensors for Node (DEV1). For detailed
information about the data storage see 0. Driver will capture Gas value, Alarms, Trouble, Lock and Blank messages.
4.4.3.
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Configuring the FieldServer as a Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 Server
For a detailed discussion on FieldServer configuration, please refer to the FieldServer
Configuration Manual. The information that follows describes how to expand upon the factory
defaults provided in the configuration files included with the FieldServer (See “.csv” sample files
provided with the FieldServer).
This section documents and describes the parameters necessary for configuring the FieldServer
to report sensor data to Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 Client. As a Server this driver sends Gas
value, Alarm, Trouble and Lock point messages. The driver can be locked to send data for only
one particular sensor.
The configuration file tells the FieldServer about its interfaces, and the routing of data required.
In order to enable the FieldServer for Honeywell Zellweger IR-148 communications, the driver
independent FieldServer buffers need to be declared in the “Data Arrays” section, the
FieldServer virtual node(s) needs to be declared in the “Server Side Nodes” section, and the
data to be provided to the Clients needs to be mapped in the “Server Side Map Descriptors”
section. Details on how to do this can be found below.
Note that in the tables, * indicates an optional parameter, with the bold legal value being the
default.
5.1.
Server Side Connection Descriptors
Section Title
Connections
Column Title
Port
Protocol
Baud*
Parity*
Data_Bits*
Stop_Bits*
Handshaking*
Function
Legal Values
Specify which port the device is P1-P8
(with
232/485
connected to the FieldServer
converter), R1-R22
Specify protocol used
InfraTox or Infra-Tox
110 – 115200, standard
Specify baud rate
baud rates only
9600
Even, Odd, None, Mark,
Specify parity
Space
7, 8
Specify data bits
1
Specify stop bits
RTS, RTS/CTS, None
Specify hardware handshaking
Example
//
Server Side Connections
Connections
Port,
R1,
Protocol,
InfraTox,
Baud,
19200,
Parity,
None,
Data_Bits
8
2
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction
manual for details of the ports available on specific hardware.
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Server Side Node Descriptors
Section Title
Nodes
Column Title
Function
Node_Name
Provide name for node
Commonly used parameter but
irrelevant for this driver as
Protocol is node-less.
A unique Node_ID is, however,
recommended
for
each
Honeywell Zellweger IR-148
Unit as it may be useful in
exposing
Node
status
information
Specify protocol used
Specify at which port the device
is connected to the FieldServer
Ports P1-P8 can be used with
232/485 converter.
Node_ID
Protocol
Port
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric
characters
1-255
InfraTox, Infra-Tox.
P1-P8
(with
converter), R1-R2
232/485
Example
//
Server Side Nodes
Nodes
Node_Name,
DEVR1,
5.3.
Node_ID,
1,
Protocol,
InfraTox,
Port
R1
Server Side Map Descriptors
5.3.1.
FieldServer Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Map_Descriptor_Name
Data_Array_Name
Data_Array_Offset
Function
Function
Name
of
this
Map
Descriptor
Name of Data Array where
data is to be stored in the
FieldServer
Starting location in Data
Array
Function of Server Map
Descriptor
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric
characters
One of the Data Array
names from “Data Array”
section above
0 to maximum specified in
“Data Array” section above
Wrbc
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Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Function
Legal Values
One of the node names
Name of Node to which data
Node_Name
specified in “Server Node
has to be sent.
Descriptor” - section 5.2
1-Maximum of Data Array
Length
Length of Map Descriptor
length.
Name of Data Array used to
One of the Data Array
lock the sensor. Driver will
Da_Byte_Array_Name*
names from “Data Array”
report data for the locked
section above
sensor only.
Specifies
offset
for
Da_Byte_Array_Name
Data array.
This memory
location will be checked every
1-Maximum of Data Array
Data_Byte_Offset*
time if the user has locked a
length.
sensor.
If this parameter is not
specified, the driver will use the
Data_Array_Offset value.
For quality assurance this
parameter is used to send a
message to a Client from a
Map_Descriptor_Name*.ini file.
With the use of this function
Data_Array_Offset value will be
used as line number from INI to
send.
INFRA_SIMULATION:
only
numbered line will be sent to
Client by the Map Descriptor.
INFRA_SIMULATION_ALL:
Infra_Func
Starting at the numbered line all INFRA_SIMULATION
lines will be sent one by one to INFRA_SIMULATION_ALL
the Client until the end of the INFRA_SIM_ALL_REPEAT
file is reached.
INFRA_SIM_ALL_REPEAT:
Repeatedly
Starting
from
numbered line to end of the file
all lines will be sent to Client
one by one by this single Map
Descriptor.
Note: Ini must show all bytes as
two
character
hex
representation and first line of
should be
// FILE_IN_HEX_FORMAT
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Map Descriptor Example 1 Server using Data Array:
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Driver will look
into this data
array to send
Zellweger
message
to
Zellweger
8
Channel Client.
This wrbc function
makes this Server
an Active Server.
This
Server
continuously
sends data for
each sensor.
Data_Array_Offset,
0,
Length,
100,
Length should
be sufficient to
allow Server
to store data
for all sensors
for a Node.
Node_Name,
DEV1,
Server
sends
data
to
this
Node connected
to FieldServer.
Function,
wrbc,
Name of Data
Array used to
lock
sensor.
Driver
will
report data for
locked sensor
only.
Da_Byte_Name,
DA_CTL_R1,
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Data
Array
Offset
which
indicates
the
starting memory
location for the
Data to send
Node (DEV1).
Data_Array_Name,
DA_R1,
Server Side Map Descriptors
Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name,
SMD1,
//
The
memory
location
within
Da_Byte_Name
Data Array at
which user can
put the sensor
number to be
locked.
Da_Byte_Oset
0
The Driver can send Gas value messages, Alarm messages, Trouble messages and lock point messages. The driver can also be
locked to send data for only one particular sensor. In this example, if a valid (1-8) sensor number is inserted at offset 0 in the Data
Array DA_CTL_R1, the driver will only send data for that particular sensor. To disable the lock, insert an invalid (0 or >8) number.
The following Map Descriptor enables this Driver to send data for all 8 sensors to the Node (DEV1) connected at the FieldServer.
See Appendix A for the Data Array format.
5.3.3.
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This wrbc function makes this
Server an Active Server. This
Server continuously sends data
from the specified line from
SMD1.ini file.
Function,
wrbc,
Length
1,
Length should
be set to 1.
Node_Name
DEV1,
Server sends data to
this Node connected
to the FieldServer.
Data_Array_Offset,
2,
Specifies the use of
the INI file as the
Data source.
Infra_Func
INFRA_SIMULATION,
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Data Array Offset which
indicates the line number to
send by this Map Descriptor to
send Node (DEV1).
Data_Array_Name,
Dummy,
Server Side Map Descriptors
Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name,
SMD1.ini,
//
This Map Descriptor will enable the Driver to send the 2nd line from the SMD1.ini to the node DEV1 irrespective of the contents. The
line may contain up to 2000 characters.
5.3.4.
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Appendix A. Advanced Topics
Appendix A.1. Supported Functions at a glance
Message Types
Gas Value Message
Trouble Message
Blank Message
Alarm Message
Locked Point Message
Other 49 byte messages beginning 0xb1
Other 49 byte messages
Other messages
Notes
Message reports a gas value and units.
Message reports a trouble for one sensor
Message used to flash Honeywell Zellweger
IR-148 display
Message reports an alarm (C/W/A) for one
sensor
Unit is locked onto a single sample.
Discarded but driver report stats on these
messages see 0.
Appendix A.2. How Data is stored by the Driver.
The Driver can be configured to store data in one of two ways:
a) Default: One Set of consecutive Data Array elements is used for each Honeywell
Zellweger IR-148-8.8-Channel Unit. One set per point/sensor.
Offset
Sensor
Contents
Alarm
Trouble
0
1
1
1
Alarm Type
2
1
Trouble
3
1
Gas Value
4
5
6
1
1
1
Gas Units
Gas Units
Gas Units
7
1
State
8
1
9
1
10
1
11..21
22..32
33..43
44..54
55..65
66..76
77..87
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Gas
Valid
Gas
Age
or
Value
Value
Sensor Data
Age
Description
Set non-zero if alarm or a trouble has been reported. Set to
zero if neither are currently being reported.
0 = None
1 = Caution
2 = Warning
3 = Alarm
0 = None
1 = Trouble
Gas value multiplied by 100 is stored here. When stored, if
configured, scaling will be applied.
st
1 3 bytes of gas units are written here as ASCII characters.
0 = Enabled
1 = Disabled
1 = Gas Value updated with most recent message.
0 = Gas Value not updated.
In seconds since last update.
Initial (and max) value = 0xffff
Time since last message containing data about this sensor.
In seconds since last update.
Initial (and max) value = 0xffff
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b) Extended storage : If the FieldServer is configured to use extended storage then data
will be stored as below
Offset
Sensor
Contents
0
1
Alarm or Trouble
1
2
1
1
Alarm Type
Trouble
3
1
Gas Value
4
5
6
7
1
1
1
1
Gas Units
Gas Units
Gas Units
State
8
1
Gas Value Valid
9
1
Gas Value Age
10
1
Sensor Data Age
11
1
I/O State
12
1
13
1
14
1
15
1
16
1
17
1
18
1
19
1
20
1
21
1
22-24
25..49
50.-74
75.- 99
100-124
125..149
150.-174
175.199
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Alarm
Latched
Status
Audion On Status
Alarm
Latching
Preference
Alarm
Latching
Preference
Alarm
Latching
Preference
Audio
On
Preference
Audio
On
Preference
Audio
On
Preference
Audio
On
Preference
Audio
On
Preference
Spare
Description
Non-zero if alarm or a trouble has been reported.
Zero if neither are currently being reported.
0 = None, 1 = Caution, 2 = Warning, 3 = Alarm
0=None, 1=Trouble
Gas value multiplied by 100 is stored here. When
stored, if configured, scaling will be applied.
st
1 3 bytes of gas units are written here as ASCII
characters.
0 = Enabled, 1 = Disabled
1 = Gas Value updated with most recent message.
0 = Gas Value not updated.
In seconds since last update.
Initial (and max) value = 0xffff
Age since last message, containing data from this
sensor in seconds. Initial (and max) value = 0xffff
255 = unknown, 0=Warm up, 1 = Ready, 2 = Trouble,
3= Cal/Setup
0=No, 1=Yes
0=No, 1= Yes
On Caution (0=No, 1= Yes)
On Warning(0=No, 1= Yes)
On Alarm(0=No, 1= Yes)
On Caution (0=No, 1= Yes)
On Warning(0=No, 1= Yes)
On Alarm(0=No, 1= Yes)
On Trouble(0=No, 1= Yes)
On Auxilary(0=No, 1= Yes)
8
The Driver expects similar a Data array format to send data to the Client when acting as a
Server.
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Appendix A.3. Driver stats
In addition to the standard FieldServer operating statistics the driver can expose certain key
stats in a Data Array which can then be monitored by an upstream device. Adding the
following to the configuration file will activate these stats for a driver configured as a Client.
// Expose Driver Operating Stats.
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name,
Infra-stats,
Stat
#
0
Data_Format,
UINT32,
Data_Array_Length
200
Stats
Description
INFRA_TROUBLE_MSG_RECV
Number of trouble messages received
Number of Alarm as well as Trouble
messages reported
Number of Alarm messages reported
Number of Gas Value messages
reported
Number of Gas value as well as Alarm
messages reported.
Number of Lock messages reported
Number of Blank messages reported
Number of discarded messages
starting with 0xB1 with length 49 bytes
Number of discarded messages not
starting with 0xB1 with length 49 bytes
Number of discarded messages with
length not 49 bytes.
Length of the latest discarded
message with length not 49 bytes.
Number of messages discarded
because of bad checksum.
1
INFRA_TROUBLE_WITH_ALARM_MSG_RECV
2
INFRA_ALARM_MSG_RECV
3
INFRA_GAS_VALUE_MSG_RECV
4
INFRA_GAS_VALUE_WITH_ALARM_MSG_RECV
5
6
INFRA_LOCK_MSG_RECV
INFRA_BLANK_MSG_RECV
10
INFRA_ST_0xB1_49_RECV_DISC
11
INFRA_BAD_ST_49_RECV_DISC
12
INFRA_NOT_49_RECV_DISC
13
INFRA_NOT_49_RECV_BYTES_DISC
20
INFRA_BAD_CRC_MSG_DISC
For the node connected at R1; Offset = Stat number
Example: The number of messages discarded because of bad start can be found at Offset 11
in Infra-Stats Data Array.
For the node connected at R2; Offset = 100 + Stat number
Example: The number of messages discarded because of bad start can be found at Offset
111 in Infra-Stats Data Array.
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Appendix B. Driver Error Messages
Some configuration errors might produce an error every time a poll is generated. This will fill the
error buffer quickly and not add any clarity. For this reason the driver suppresses subsequent
similar messages. Thus it is possible for the same error produced by multiple Map Descriptors
to produce only one error message. Subsequent error messages can be seen on the driver
message screen.
Note : In the actual message you will see that %d has been replaced by an integer, %s by text
indicating a data array name or map descriptor name and %x by two hex characters.
Error Message
INFRA: #1 Err. Da <%s>
length Reqd/exist <%d/%d>
Md <%s> where md offset
<%d>ψ
INFRA:#2 Err. Incoming data
is being abandoned on port RP%d ψ
INFRA:#3
ERR.
Invalid
Node_id %d, Valid 1-8
Infra:#4 Err. Test file <%s> not
found.
INFRA:#11 Err. Illegal MD
Function for Md <%s>ψ
INFRA:#12 Err. Illegal MD
length <%s>ψ
INFRA:#13
Err.
Illegal
Infra_func for Md <%s>ψ
INFRA:#21 Err. Da <%s>
length Reqd/exist <%d/%d>
Md <%s> where md offset
<%d>ψ
INFRA:#22 Err. Diagnostic line
<%d> ignored.ψ
INFRA:#41 FYI. Write-thru not
Possible On MD <%s>
Infra:#51 FYI. You could use
an Array called <%s> to
expose diagnostic info.
ψ
Description and Action Required
This error will be generated when the driver tries to store data for a
sensor but the corresponding Data Array is not long enough. Set the
Data Array length as indicated..
Honeywell Zellweger IR-148-8.8-Channel or another unit is connected
at the indicated port of the FieldServer but the Configuration file does
not define a Map Descriptor to capture data from this unit. Change the
CSV file to define a Map Descriptor to communicate with this device if
required.
If there are multiple nodes then make the Node_ID the number of
points (sensors) for which Zellweger units are configured.
In Simulation mode the driver can send messages from files indicated
by the Map Descriptor name. Check that the required file exists and
that it is not in use by another application, or change the mode from
simulation
to
operation
by
deleting
the
parameter
“INFRA_SIMULATION” from .the CSV file.
Set Map Descriptor’s function to Passive_Client if driver is configured
as a Client or wrbc if configured as a Server.
The Map Descriptor length parameter is either not defined or set to 0.
Set the Map Descriptor length to 100.
This error will be generated if you are using the Infra_func parameter
with an incorrect value. See section 0 for legal values.
This error will be generated when the driver tries to send a message to
the Client, but the Data Array used to compose the message is
insufficiently long to hold information for all 8 sensors. Set the Data
Array length as indicated.
In Server mode the driver does not send messages from lines starting
with # or //. Change the Data_Array_Offset parameter for the indicated
line in the ini file.
If an Upstream Device writes a value at a memory location under the
influence of the given Map Descriptor, the Write-thru operation will be
cancelled as the Driver cannot write to an UnfraTox unit..
It is possible to define a Data Array known as “Infra-stats” (see 0) This
Data Array is very useful for statistics purposes.
Edit CSV file, download the modified file and reset the FieldServer to have the changes take effect.
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