FieldServer FS-8700-40 Computer Drive User Manual

A Sierra Monitor Company
Driver Manual
(Supplement to the FieldServer Instruction Manual)
FS-8700-40 SBT-FSI
(Siemens Building Technologies – Foreign Systems Interface)
APPLICABILITY & EFFECTIVITY
Effective for all systems manufactured after September 2008
Driver Version:
Document Revision:
1.08
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
SBT-FSI Description ........................................................................................................................................ 3
2
Driver Scope of Supply ................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1
Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver.....................................................................................3
2.2
Provided by the Supplier of 3rd Party Equipment .........................................................................................3
2.2.1
Hardware ...............................................................................................................................................3
rd
2.2.2
Required 3 Party Configuration ...........................................................................................................3
3
Hardware Connections ................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1
Using the NIM-1R or NIM-1W for MXL ..........................................................................................................4
3.2
FSI Connection Notes .....................................................................................................................................5
4
Configuring the FieldServer as a SBT-FSI Client............................................................................................... 6
4.1
Data Arrays ....................................................................................................................................................8
4.2
Client Side Connection Descriptions ..............................................................................................................9
4.3
Client Side Node Descriptors .......................................................................................................................10
4.4
Client Side Map Descriptors.........................................................................................................................10
4.4.1
FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters .................................................................................10
4.4.2
Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters .........................................................................................11
4.4.3
Timing Parameters ...............................................................................................................................11
4.4.4
Map Descriptor example 1 - Monitoring a MXL/XLS Device for Events ...............................................12
4.4.5
Map Descriptor example 2 – Monitoring Analog Loop Devices ...........................................................14
5
Advanced Client Configuration – Using Bidirectional capability ................................................................... 15
6
Configuring the FieldServer as a SBT-FSI Server ............................................................................................ 16
6.1
Server Side Connection Descriptors ............................................................................................................17
6.2
Server Side Node Descriptors ......................................................................................................................18
6.3
Server Side Map Descriptors........................................................................................................................18
6.3.1
FieldServer Specific Map Descriptor Parameters .................................................................................18
6.3.2
Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters .........................................................................................19
6.3.3
Map Descriptor example 1 - Emulating a MXL/XLS device with events ...............................................20
6.3.4
Map Descriptor example 2 - Emulating a MXL/XLS device with analogs .............................................21
Appendix A. Advanced Topics .............................................................................................................................. 22
Appendix A.1. Specifying a Poller Map Descriptor length .......................................................................................22
Appendix A.2. Interpreting Panel Error Messages ...................................................................................................23
Appendix A.3. Obtaining Point Addresses from the panel report ...........................................................................23
Appendix A.4. Using Trouble Codes.........................................................................................................................24
Appendix A.5. Activating and De-activating Entities ...............................................................................................27
Appendix A.6. Arming and De-Arming Entities ........................................................................................................28
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SBT-FSI DESCRIPTION
The SBT-FSI (Siemens Building Technologies – Foreign Systems Interface) driver allows the FieldServer to transfer
1
2
data to and from Siemens MXL/XLS devices (NIM-1R or NIM-1W or RPM ) over either RS-232 or RS-485 using
MXL/XLS to foreign system protocol. The FieldServer can emulate either a Server or a Client.
Max Nodes Supported
FieldServer Mode
Nodes
1-10 (one Client per physical
Client
FieldServer serial port). Depends on
FieldServer model and configuration.
Server
99
2
Comments
Only 1 Client node allowed on multidrop systems
Panel numbers from 1 to 99 may be emulated
DRIVER SCOPE OF SUPPLY
2.1
Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver
FieldServer Technologies PART #
FS-8917-03
FS-8700-40
2.2
Description
RJ45 to DB9F connector adapter
SBT FSI Driver Manual
Provided by the Supplier of 3rd Party Equipment
2.2.1 Hardware
Part #
500-699103
Description
Siemens MXL/XLS System
Siemens NIM-1R Network Interface Module ( for MXL usage )
Siemens RPM Network Interface Module ( for XLS usage )
Siemens NIM-1W Network Interface Module ( for MXL usage )
Siemens Cable P/N 555-193085 (For RS-232 connection)
2.2.2 Required 3 r d Party Configuration
•
The SBT-FSI System must be set up for remote monitoring with the MXL or XLS to foreign systems
protocol.
•
The ports on the RPM must be configured by the XLS panel. The RPM can be configured for RS-232 or RS485, but not both together. Connection to the RS-485 port has not been tested and is not supported.
1
Note that NIM-1R is no longer supported by Siemens and is therefore considered to be legacy while NIM-1W is common.
The ports on the RPM need to be configured by the XLS panel. Configuration can be set up for either RS-232 or RS-485, but not both together.
Connection to the RS-485 port of the RPM has not been tested and is not supported.
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HARDWARE CONNECTIONS
Configure the MXL/XLS device according to manufacturer’s instructions.
It is possible to connect a MXL/XLS device to any RS-232 or RS-485 port. The appropriate ports must be configured
for MXL/XLS in the configuration file.
3.1
Using the NIM-1R or NIM-1W for MXL
3
•
Configure the NIM-1R or NIM-1W for Foreign System Interface (FSI) by setting all of the switches in SW2
to open (or OFF). See connection diagram below:
•
The ports on the RPM need to be configured by the XLS panel. Configuration can be set up for either RS232 or RS-485, but not both together. Connection to the RS-485 port of the RPM has not been tested and
is not supported.
TB2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
TB7
1
2
TB4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
P3
14
15
16
CERBERUS CABLE
P/N 555-193085
1
Cerberus Cable
555-193085
8917-03
1
SPA59132
8915-10
COLOR
RED
GREEN
BLACK
BROWN
WHITE
DB9
2 Rx
3 Tx
5 GND
7 RTS
8 CTS
P3
14
13
16
12
15
FieldServer
3
Note that NIM-1R is no longer supported by Siemens and is therefore considered to be legacy while NIM-1W is common.
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FSI Connection Notes
•
One FSI panel may be connected per FieldServer port, but multiple panels may be connected per FSI. The
following diagram illustrates two possible connection configurations.
Panel
Panel
Panel
FSI
8
FieldServer
1
P1
Configuration 2 – One FSI Panel per FieldServer port, 3 panels connected in series to the FSI
Panel
Panel
FSI
FSI
8
FieldServer
1 8
P2
1
P1
Configuration 1 – One FSI Panel per FieldServer per port, one Panel per FSI
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CONFIGURING THE FIELDSERVER AS A SBT-FSI 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 SBT-FSI Server.
In FSI mode, the NIM-1R or NIM-1W or RPM allows the FieldServer to gather data from up to 63 MXL/XLS Panels
connected via an MXL/XLS network. The default configuration shipped with the FieldServer will monitor two
panels (1 and 2) with 8 modules (1 to 8) each.
When the FieldServer is configured as a Client, two sets of data are collected by a “poller” Map Descriptor.
The first is a collection of 19 counters per panel. Each 16-bit counter is incremented by the poller Map Descriptor
whenever the corresponding event occurs. An external Client can read these counters to quickly determine
whether a new event has been reported to the Server. The counters are mapped into the Data Array specified for
the poller Map Descriptor. Counter offsets into the Data Array per event type are indicated below:
Event
Fire Alarm In
Fire Alarm Out
Fire Alarm Acknowledge
Trouble In
Trouble Out
Trouble Acknowledge
Supervisory In
Supervisory Out
Supervisory Acknowledge
Security Alarm In
Counter Offset
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Event
Security Alarm Out
Security Alarm Acknowledge
Status In
Status Out
Test In
Test Out
Audible Silenced
Audible Unsilenced
System Reset
Counter Offset
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
The second set of data is a collection of bit maps that can be queried to identify the device that has reported the
event. When an alarm event arrives from a device, the corresponding bit is set in two separate arrays. The bit in
one array indicates the alarm has occurred, and the bit in the other array indicates that the alarm has not yet been
acknowledged. When an “alarm clear” event arrives, the bit in the alarm array is cleared. If an “alarm
acknowledge” event arrives, the bit in the un-acknowledged array is cleared. All event arrays in a Client driver
configuration are optional. To enable an event array, a Map Descriptor must be defined in the configuration using
a Map Descriptor message type that corresponds to the array as shown in the following table:
Array
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm Un-Acknowledged
Trouble Alarm
Trouble Un-Acknowledged
Supervisory Alarm
Supervisory Un-Acknowledge
Msg_Type
Fire
Fire_Ack
Trouble
Trouble_Ack
Super
Super_Ack
Array
Security Alarm
Security Alarm Un-Acknowledged
Status
Test
Audible (Un)Silenced
System Reset
Msg_Type
Secur
Secur_Ack
Status
Test
Audible
Reset
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Notes
1
Map Descriptors are used to determine which bit to set in the Data Array. When an event arrives from a
panel, the FieldServer will scan for a Map Descriptor with a Node_ID matching the panel number reported in
the event. This Map Descriptor will point to the Data Array to be modified. The location can be further
refined if a starting module within the panel is specified in the Block_Number field. Each module represents
256 bits that can be set or reset by an event. A Map Descriptor that is 512 bits long with a starting module
(Block_Number) of 3 represents the events for Modules 3 and 4. A Map Descriptor that is 10 bits long will
only map the first 10 devices for that module. The combination of Block_Number and Data_Array_Location
can be used to map multiple panels with various numbers of modules into a packed array to be read by the
Server side of the FieldServer.
2
When the customer receives a Communication FieldServer with the default driver installed, the configuration
is set to poll 2 MXL/XLS devices once per second.
3
In addition to the two sets of event counters, alarm bit arrays are set up for 8 modules (1 to 8) per device. If
the required configuration falls within this size, only the Server side of the FieldServer needs to be configured.
To connect to a device using Modbus RTU protocol, configure the interface as if the FieldServer were another
Modbus PLC and create a Map Descriptor to assign a Modbus address (such as 40001) to the Counts Data
Array so that it can be read by the Modbus bus master.
4
If the customer has different panel numbers, the Nodes section of the configuration file will need to be
changed. To add more panels, add Node entries and Map Descriptors by copying the original ones and
modifying the Panel number entries and Data Array offsets. To access panels with more modules, first
increase the Data Array lengths. If the extra modules are contiguous, the Map Descriptors for that panel can
have their lengths increased also. If there are large gaps in the numbering of the module, it will be more
efficient to add additional Map Descriptors by copying the ones that are given and modifying the
Block_Number to start at the next existing module number.
5
While the creation of passive Client-side Map Descriptors is optional, error messages will appear when events
arrive for which Map Descriptors cannot be found. It is therefore recommended that Map Descriptors
(especially ack mapdescs) be allocated even if only as dummies to prevent nuisance error messages.
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Data Arrays
The configuration file tells the FieldServer about its interfaces, and the routing of data required. In order to enable
the FieldServer for SBT-FSI 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
Function
Data_Array_Name
Provide name for Data Array
Data_Array_Format
Data_Array_Length
Provide data format. Each Data Array can only take on one
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format.
Number of Data Objects. Must be larger than the data storage
area required by the Map Descriptors for the data being placed in
this array.
Legal Values
Up
to
alphanumeric
characters
Int16, Uint16, Bit
1-10,000
Example
// Data Arrays
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name
Event_Counts
Fire
Fire_UnAck
,Data_Format
,Uint16
,Bit
,Bit
,Data_Array_Length
,19
,2048
,2048
4
Format must be Uint16 or Int16 to see trouble codes.
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Client Side Connection Descriptions
Section Title
Connections
Column Title
Port
Function
Specify which port the device is connected to the FieldServer
Protocol
Specify protocol used
Enhanced_Protocol
System_Type
6
Block_Acks
Fire_Alarms_Hold
Enables legacy or enhanced protocol.. MXL panels do not currently
support Enhanced_Protocol, so this parameter must be set to “No” for
MXL. The parameter is normally set to “Yes” for XLS, but may be set to
“No” if problems are being experienced.
Specifies Siemens Panel type
Specifies if the driver uses block or individual command acks
Specifies if the driver should hold fire alarms until the system reset, or
clear on fire alarms going out
Baud*
Specify baud rate
Parity*
Specify parity
Data_Bits*
Specify data bits
Stop_Bits*
Specify stop bits
7
Handshaking *
Specify hardware handshaking
Poll _Delay*
Time between internal polls
Legal Values
5
P1-P8, R1-R2
Cerberus,
SBT-FSI
Yes (XLS)
No (MXL)
MXL, XLS
Yes, No
Yes, No
19200
(Vendor
limitation)
Even (Vendor
limitation)
7
(Vendor
limitation)
1
(Vendor
limitation)
None
0-32000
seconds,
1
second
Example
// Client Side Connections
Connections
Port ,Protocol ,Baud
,Parity
P1
,SBT-FSI
,19200 ,Even
,Data_Bits
,7
,Poll_Delay
,0.100s
5
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction manual for details of the ports available
on specific hardware.
6
Refer to the Advanced Driver Manual for usage. This function not enabled on standard driver.
7
Handshaking is not supported.
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Client Side Node Descriptors
Section Title
Nodes
Column Title
Node_Name
Node_ID
Protocol
Port
Function
Provide name for node
Panel number
Specify protocol used
Specify on which port the device is connected to the
FieldServer
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters
1-99
Cerberus, SBT-FSI
P1-P8, R1-R2
1
Example
// Client Side Nodes
Nodes
Node_Name
Panel1
4.4
,Node_ID
,1
,Protocol
,SBT-FSI
,Port
,P1
Client Side Map Descriptors
4.4.1 FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Map_Descriptor_Name
Data_Array_Name
Function
Name of this Map Descriptor
Name of Data Array where data
is to be stored in the
FieldServer
Data_Array_Offset
Starting location in Data Array
Function
Function of
Descriptor
Client
Map
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
Rdbc for Msg_Type:
Poller, Analog_Volts, Analog_Sense, Analog_Thres
Passive for Msg_Type:
Fire, Fire_Ack, Trouble, Trouble_Ack, Secur,
Secur_Ack, Super, Super_Ack, Status, Test Audible,
Reset
Awt for Msg_Type:
Entity_Arm_Disarm; Entity_Activate_Deact
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4.4.2 Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Node_Name
Block_Number
Sub_Module
Component_Address
Length
Msg_Type
Function
Name of Node to fetch or store
data from
Starting module number within
panel. There are 256 points per
module.
Sub module number for XLS
systems only
Component address for XLS
systems only
Length of Map Descriptor
specifies number of points. There
are 256 points per module.
Indicates
a
“poller”
Map
Descriptor or identifies the type
of event message this Map
Descriptor will handle.
Indicates range of device data to
be requested by analogs
Analog_Device
This field allows you to set the
start address of a MXL or XLS
point in a Map Descriptor.
Used to indicate the type of Entity
on the panel.. . Refer to Appendix
A.6 for more information
Block_Offset
Entity_Types
Entity_Energizations
Used to control the entity on the
panel. Refer to Appendix A.6 for
more information.
Legal Values
One of the node names specified in “Client Node
Descriptor” above
1 – 256
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 10000
Poller; Fire; Fire_Ack; Trouble; Trouble_Ack; Super;
Super_Ack; Secur; Secur_Ack; Status; Test; Audible;
Reset; Analog_Volts; Analog_Sense; Analog_Thres;
8
9
Entity_Arm_Disarm ; Entity_Activate_Deact
0 : devices 1-60
1 : devices 61-121
2 : devices 122-182
3 : devices 183-243
4 : devices 244-252
0 - 255
Inputs, Outputs, (If all elements are Input or Output)
OR specify each element of the entity individually
e.g. IOIOIOO
De-energize, Energize, (If all elements are Energize
or De-energize)
OR specify each element of the entity individually,
e.g. EDED---DED
4.4.3 Timing Parameters
Column Title
Scan_Interval*
8
9
Function
Rate at which data is polled
Legal Values
≥0.001s ,1.0s
Refer to Appendix A.6
Refer to Appendix A.5
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4.4.4 Map Descriptor example 1 - Monitoring a MXL/XLS Device for Events
To monitor a MXL/XLS device we need only one “poller” Map Descriptor as shown below. The function of this Map Descriptor’s is to continuously check the
MXL device for events from panels. Only one poller Map Descriptor per FieldServer port is required when monitoring more than one MXL/XLS device. The
Node_Name will indicate on which port this Map Descriptor resides.
// Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CD_Poller1
Specifies Data Array
that will hold event
counters. Data Array
length must be equal
or greater than Data
Array offset plus Map
Descriptor length.
,Data_Array_Name
,Event_Counts1
Specifies
offset into
event
counters
Data Array
where event
counts will be
stored.
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,RDBC
Choose a
Node_Name
from the
passive Map
Descriptors in
the next section
to specify the
port on which
this poller will
be active.
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
Specifies lowest panel
number from which
events will be
received. Refer to
Appendix A for more
information.
,Length
,19
,Msg_Type
,poller
Specify length
in multiples of
19 events
according to
Block Number
used.
Refer to
Appendix A
for more
information.
CD – Client Descriptor
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Specify poller
message type
for this Map
Descriptor.
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Passive Map Descriptors must be added for each event per panel to be monitored:
// Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CD_Fire1
CD_Fire_Ack1
CD_Trouble1
CD_Trouble_Ack1
CD_Super1
CD_Super_Ack1
CD_Secur1
CD_Secur_Ack1
CD_Status1
CD_Test1
CD_Audible1
CD_Reset1
CD – Client Descriptor
,Data_Array_Name
,Fire
,Fire_Ack
,Trouble
,Trouble_Ack
,Super
,Super_Ack
,Secur
,Secur_Ack
,Status
,Test
,Audible
,Reset
Node Name specifies the panel
number for which events will
be stored.
Notes:
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,Function
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
,Passive
Block Number specifies the
starting module number under
which points are mapped.
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,,-
,Length
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1024
,1
,1
,Msg_Type
,Fire
,Fire_Ack
,Trouble
,Trouble_Ack
,Super
,Super_Ack
,Secur
,Secur_Ack
,Status
,Test
,Audible
,Reset
Length specifies the number of points. There
are 256 points per module. A length of 1024
holds points for 4 modules.
1
All passive Map Descriptors are optional. Specific Map Descriptors may be defined for particular events to be monitored as per the Msg_Type. Should
events happen for which no Map Descriptors are defined, error messages will occur on the FieldServer. It may therefore be useful to add dummy Map
Descriptors especially for ack responses to prevent nuisance error messages.
2
Passive Map Descriptors with Node_Name the same as the poller Map Descriptor will only be able to store events from a panel with the same Node_ID
e.g. Node_ID of 1 will only store events from panel 1. To store events from panel 2, it is necessary to add passive Map Descriptors with Node ID of 2 etc.
Do not add poller Map Descriptors for other panels.
3
Important Note about first alarm point and Data Array Offsets
Most SBT-FSI panels have device point numbers starting at one instead of zero. The FieldServer MXL driver reserves Data Array offset zero for points with
device numbers of zero although they are currently not used. Triggering the first alarm point on a MXL panel will thus result in a point status change at
Data_Array_Offset of one instead of zero.
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4.4.5 Map Descriptor example 2 – Monitoring Analog Loop Devices
Analog devices on a loop can be monitored for detector voltage, sensitivity voltage and threshold voltage using three analog Map Descriptors:
// Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CD_Analog_Volts1
CD_Analog_Sens1
CD_Analog_Thres1
,Data_Array_Name
,Analog_Volts
,Analog_Sense
,Analog_Thres
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,0
,0
,Function
,Rdbc
,Rdbc
,Rdbc
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,1
,1
Use Float Data Arrays for
the analog Map
Descriptors to get the
full analog value.
,Length
,60
,60
,60
,Msg_Type
,Analog_Volts
,Analog_Sense
,Analog_Thres
0 : devices 1-60
1 : devices 61-121
2 : devices 122-182
3 : devices 183-243
4 : devices 244-252
Note: If necessary, use more analog Map Descriptors with other Analog_Device numbers to poll other devices on the loop.
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,Analog_Device
,0
,0
,0
,Scan_Interval
,300s
,300s
,300s
Scan Interval on analog
pollers may not be shorter
than 300s to prevent
flooding the Foreign
Systems Interface.
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ADVANCED CLIENT CONFIGURATION – USING BIDIRECTIONAL CAPABILITY
The driver has the ability to:
•
Ack Fire, Trouble, Supervisory and Security Alarms.
•
(Un)Silence the Audible.
•
Reset the MXL/XLS system.
•
Set the MXL/XLS system’s date and time.
Please refer to the Advanced Driver Manual for using and enabling these functions.
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CONFIGURING THE FIELDSERVER AS A SBT-FSI 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” files provided with the FieldServer).
This section documents and describes the parameters necessary for configuring the FieldServer to communicate
with a SBT-FSI Client.
The driver can be used to emulate a MXL/XLS Server device. Other protocol drivers could then poll other remote
devices and access the local MXL/XLS Server data to set or clear events. In this configuration an existing SBT-FSI
system could be replaced with an MXL/XLS emulation. Existing Clients could poll the emulation driver on the
FieldServer to get the same data as from a conventional MXL/XLS Server.
Up to 99 panels can be emulated with the driver. A Map Descriptor has to be defined for each type of remote
device that would normally exist in a MXL/XLS Server. The following types can be used:
Device Type
Fire Alarm In
Fire Alarm Out
Fire Alarm Acknowledge
Trouble In
Trouble Out
Trouble Acknowledge
Supervisory In
Supervisory Out
Supervisory Acknowledge
Security Alarm In
Security Alarm Out
Security Alarm Acknowledge
Status Event
Test Event
Analog Voltage
Analog Sensitivity Voltage
Analog Threshold Voltage
The configuration file tells the FieldServer about its interfaces, and the routing of data required. In order to enable
the FieldServer for SBT-FSI 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.
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Server Side Connection Descriptors
Section Title
Connections
Column Title
Port
Protocol
System_Type
Echo
Function
Specify which port the device is connected to the FieldServer
Specify protocol used
Enables legacy or enhanced protocol.. MXL panels do not currently
support Enhanced_Protocol, so this parameter must be set to “No”
for MXL. The parameter is normally set to “Yes” for XLS, but may be
set to “No” if problems are being experienced.
Specifies Siemens Panel type
Specifies if the server should echo the client’s polls
Baud*
Specify baud rate
Parity*
Specify parity
Data_Bits*
Specify data bits
Stop_Bits*
Specify stop bits
Enhanced_Protocol
11
Handshaking *
Server_Hold_Timeout
Specify hardware handshaking
Specifies time FieldServer will reserve Server side connection while
waiting for the Client side to update data in Data_Array (if
necessary)
Legal Values
10
P1-P8, R1-R2
Cerberus, SBT-FSI
Yes (XLS)
No (MXL)
MXL, XLS
Yes, No
110 – 115200,
standard baud
rates only, 19200
Even, Odd, None,
Mark, Space
7, 8
1 (Vendor
limitation)
None
>1.0s
Example
// Server Side Connections
Connections
Port ,Protocol
P1
,SBT-FSI
,Baud
,19200
,Parity
,Even
,Data_Bits
,7
10
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction manual for details of the ports available
on specific hardware.
11
Handshaking is not supported.
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Server Side Node Descriptors
Section Title
Nodes
Column Title
Function
Node_Name
Provide name for node
Node_ID
Protocol
Panel number
Specify protocol used
Specifies time FieldServer will reserve Server side connection
while waiting for the Client side to update data in Data_Array (if
necessary)
Server_Hold_Timeout
Legal Values
Up
to
32
alphanumeric
characters
1-99
Cerberus, SBT-FSI
>1.0s
Example
// Server Side Nodes
Nodes
Node_Name
Panel1
6.3
,Node_ID
,1
,Protocol
,SBT-FSI
,
12
Server Side Map Descriptors
6.3.1 FieldServer Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Function
Map_Descriptor_Name
Name of this Map Descriptor
Data_Array_Name
Name of Data Array where point data is to be fetched
from
Data_Array_Offset
Starting location in Data Array
Function
Function of Server Map Descriptor
Specifies time FieldServer will reserve Server side
connection while waiting for the Client side to update
data in Data_Array (if necessary)
Server_Hold_Timeout*
12
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
Server
>1.0s
Note that no port information is necessary on Server side.
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6.3.2 Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Node_Name
Block_Number
Sub_Module
Component_Address
Length
Msg_Type
Function
Name of Node or panel for which this Map
Descriptor holds points
Module number (Note that this only specifies one
module number as opposed to a starting module
number as in the Client Map Descriptor)
Sub module in XLS system
Component address in XLS system
Length of Map Descriptor
Specifies number of points for the indicated module.
Note that MXL systems typically has only 256 points
per module.
Type of event message
Note that a poller message type may not be used in
a Server Map Descriptor.
Legal Values
One of the node names specified
in “Client Node Descriptor” above
1 – 256
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 256
Fire;
Fire_Ack;
Trouble;
Trouble_Ack; Secur; Secur_Ack;
Super; Super_Ack; Status; Test;
Audible; Reset; Analog_Volts;
Analog_Sense; Analog_Thres
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6.3.3 Map Descriptor example 1 - Emulating a MXL/XLS device with events
The following list of Map Descriptors emulates a MXL Server,
SD – Server Descriptor
// Server Side Map Descriptors
Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
SD_Fire1
SD_Fire_Ack1
SD_Trouble1
SD_Trouble2
SD_Trouble_Ack1
SD_Super1
SD_Super_Ack1
SD_Secur1
SD_Secur_Ack1
SD_Status1
SD_Audible1
SD_Reset1
,Data_Array_Name
,Fire
,Fire_Ack
,Trouble
,Trouble
,Trouble_Ack
,Super
,Super_Ack
,Secur
,Secur_Ack
,Status
,Audible
,Reset
Note that Trouble modules 1 and 2
on Panel 1 are emulated with two
separate Map Descriptors.
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,0
,0
,256
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,0
,Function
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Server
Specifies the panel number
being emulated by this Server
Map Descriptor.
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,1
,1
,2
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,1
,,-
Specifies the module
number. A typical
Cerberus Server has 256
points per module.
,Length
,256
,256
,256
,256
,256
,256
,256
,256
,256
,256
,1
,1
,Msg_Type
,Fire
,Fire_Ack
,Trouble
,Trouble
,Trouble_Ack
,Super
,Super_Ack
,Secur
,Secur_Ack
,Status
,Audible
,Reset
Specifies the number
of points represented
within the indicated
module.
Notes:
1
MXL/XLS Server Map Descriptor fields differ in many respects from MXL/XLS Client Map Descriptors. Please follow the examples clearly and read all notes
to ensure a working configuration. No poller Map Descriptors may be defined in a configuration file that is used to configure a MXL/XLS Server.
2
Only one module specified by Block_Number can be emulated with a Server Map Descriptor whereas a Client Map Descriptor specifies a starting module
number with one module for every 256 counts of the Map Descriptor length. You have to use separate Map Descriptors for each module to emulate when
doing a Server configuration.
3
More than one Msg_Type Map Descriptor may be used to represent other modules.
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6.3.4 Map Descriptor example 2 - Emulating a MXL/XLS device with analogs
The following list of Map Descriptors emulate a MXL Server:
// Server Side Map Descriptors
Map Descriptor
Map_Descriptor_Name
SD_Analog_Volts1
SD_Analog_Sense1
SD_Analog_Thres1
,Data_Array_Name
,Volts
,Sense
,Thres
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,0
,0
,Function
,Server
,Server
,Server
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,1
,1
,Length
,252
,252
,252
,Msg_Type
,Analog_Volts
,Analog_Sense
,Analog_Thres
Use Float Data Arrays for
the analog Map
Descriptors to get the full
analog value.
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Appendix A. Advanced Topics
Appendix A.1. Specifying a Poller Map Descriptor length
The poller Map Descriptor is responsible for checking a remote MXL/XLS device for events. When events are
received the poller Map Descriptor increments counters at various offsets in the Data Array specified by the poller
Map Descriptor. The offsets and their meanings are explained under the Client configuration section of this Driver
Manual.
The poller Map Descriptor’s Data Array contains sets of 19 elements or counters. Each set of counters represents
the events from a panel. The Block_Number is used to specify the lowest panel number from which events will be
received. The highest Node_ID of any passive Map Descriptor on the same port as the poller Map Descriptor
specifies the highest panel number from which events will be received. The poller Map Descriptor’s length has to
be at least 19 and has to incremented by 19 for every extra panel above the Block_Number from which events will
be received.
If a poller Map Descriptor length is set below 19 and for example, event “System Reset” is received which needs to
be mapped at offset 18 in the Data Array, the following kernel message will be printed:
“Cannot store alarm event type counts!”, 11010” ‘offset=%u,da=%s”
Example 1: Only receive events from panel 7
•
Passive event Map Descriptor’s Node Id = 7 (X)
•
Poller Map Descriptor’s Block_Number = 7 (Y)
•
Poller Map Descriptor’s Length = (X – Y) * 19 + 19 = 19
•
Event counters for panel 7 will reside in the first 19 elements.
Example 2: Receive events from panel 7 and 6
•
Passive event Map Descriptor’s Node Id = 7 (X)
•
Poller Map Descriptor’s Block_Number = 6 (Y)
•
Poller Map Descriptor’s Length = (X – Y) * 19 + 19 = 38
•
Event counters for panel 6 will reside in the first 19 elements and those for panel 7 in the next 19
elements.
Warning: An error will be generated when an event arrives from a panel with a number lower than the
Block_Number of the poller. The poller Map Descriptor’s Block_Number must equal the lowest panel number for
which a passive Map Descriptor exists on the same port.
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Appendix A.2. Interpreting Panel Error Messages
A NAK is sent by the panel when it is unable to respond to a message. The format will be as follows:
T02> DRV-> CER : Panel replied with NAK on last message!
T02> DRV-> CER : Reason: 1
The following table lists the reason for the failure and the suggested corrective action. Note that the messages are
generated by the panel, not the FieldServer.
Reason #
Reason 2
Error
Checksum or Parity
fail
Receive buffer full
Reason 3
Syntax Error
Reason 4
Unrecognized
message failure
Reason 1
Corrective Action
Ensure connection baudrate, start, stopbits and parity match the panel's
settings
Increase scan interval on the poller Map Descriptor.
Check integrity of physical connection to panel, route cables away from
electromagnetic sources that can generate noise.
Replace hardware?
Appendix A.3. Obtaining Point Addresses from the panel report
In order to configure the FieldServer to capture data from the Panel, the point addresses being used in the panel
need to be identified. The Panel report that can be printed out from the panel can be used for this purpose, but
matching the Report parameters with the FieldServer configuration parameters is not a trivial exercise. The
following notes should assist in identifying the addresses needed for FieldServer configuration
•
The preamble to the report is not relevant to the FieldServer Driver.
•
The first Module can be identified by the title NET Address =1. This corresponds to FieldServer’s “Block
1”.
•
The Module Subaddress corresponds to individual points in the Block Array.
This information is depicted in the following file extract:
NET ADDR: 1 ==> ALD-2 2 Analog Loop Module
Page: 5
Corresponds to Block Number 1
===============================================================================
Corresponds to Block Array point 1
Module Subaddress ----------------> 1
DEVICE TYPE ----------------------> TRI-60/TRX-2/3 1 Switch Input
Usage --------------------------> TROUBLE
Message ------------------------> RCP-01 Trouble Input MM-1
Switch Contact Type -----------> N.O.
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Appendix A.4. Using Trouble Codes
In order to see the trouble codes for incoming troubles it is necessary to use a Uint16 or Int16 data array for the
trouble instead of the normal Bit. When the driver stores a trouble code of for example 15 into a Bit data array, it
will be displayed as 1 since Bit only holds either a zero or a one value. Using a Uint16 or Int16 data array will
ensure the value of 15 is displayed.
The following information is taken from Siemens Fire Safety documentation
MXL/XLS Trouble Codes
These codes are sent in Field 5 of the Trouble in, Trouble out and Trouble Acknowledge messages 24H, 25H and
26H. Each code is sent as up to 3 ASCII bytes. Leading zeros are not sent. The Request Trouble Type message
(43H) can be used to obtain the text strings shown below for each of these codes. The trouble text string is
returned in the Trouble Type message (53H).
Trouble Type
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Trouble Type Text
Multiple Response
Communication Error
Input Dev. Response too low
Device Receive Error
Dev Detected Waveform Error
Not Responding
Not Responding
Unspecified Dev. Responding
Incorrect ID
INPUT DE-ISOLATED
INPUT ISOLATED
Input Disarmed
Addressable Relay disarmed
Relay Disarmed
Signal Circuit Disarmed
Solid State Output Disarmed
Relay Supervision Failure
Signal Circuit Loop Open
Loop Disarmed
Class A Trouble
Relay Driver Inoperative
Signal Circuit Shorted
ALD Reception Error
Coil Open
Zone Power Off
Power Cycling
Short Circuit
Trouble Type
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
Trouble Type Text
Open Circuit
Voltage Low
Zone Power Loss
Loop Node
Not defined
Multiple Response
MOI-1 Local Trouble
MOI-1 Zone Trouble
No database – default in use
Too Many ALD-2’s
PSR-1 Driver Disarmed
Output Disarmed
Not Responding
Unspecified Module Responding
Communication Failure
RAM Failure
ROM Failure
A/D Convert Fail
Single Module Zone Code
Command Not Valid
Network A Pair Fail
Loss of 24V Input Power
Act Power Voltage Low
Default Trouble Active
Network Disabled
Alarm from Isolated Device
Printer off-line
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56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Trouble Type Text
Warm Reset
Printer out of Power
Tamper Switch
Battery Backup Invalid
Positive Ground Fault
Negative Ground Fault
AC Fail/brownout
System Signal Power Failure
Battery Fuse/Wiring Open
24 Volt Supply Over/Under
High Battery Voltage
Battery Charger Off
24 Volts on Battery Backup
Low Battery voltage
Watchdog Triggered
Device LED Manually Activated
Alarm queue full
Supervisory queue full
Trouble queue full
Security queue full
Memory error in Ram text
Memory error in ROM text
Aux Pwr Class A Fail Pos
Aux Pwr Class A Fail Neg
Supervisory Point
Security Point
BELL 2 ISOLATED
BELL 2 DE-ISOLATED
Configuration Error
Addressable Relay Isolated
Relay Isolated
Single Circuit Isolated
Solid State Output Isolated
Class A Fault
Noise Fault
MOI-1 Local Fault
MOI-1 Zone Isolated
PSR-1 Driver Isolated
Fault queue full
Isolated Alarm queue full
Isolated Alarm point
Requires Service
MVP General Trouble
Valve Tamper queue full
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Trouble Type
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
Trouble Type Text
Valve Tamper Point
WALKTEST Activated
Function Recursion Limit Exceeded
Trouble Causing Input
Carrier Loss
Missing Device ID Response
Annunciator Trouble
CMI-300 general trouble
ROM SW version error
Lamp Supervision Trouble
Keyswitch Activated
Ancillary Cntrl Funcs Isolated
Ancillary Cntrl Funcs De-Isolated
Pre-dirty Analog volt reached
IEC limit reached. Service Req
IEC memory error
NET-7 General Trouble
Network B Pair Failure
MOI-1 Voice System Trouble
Style 4 Network mode
Aux. RS232 Transmit Fail
Module Address Buffer Fail
Incorrect Enclosure
OCC-1 General Trouble
OCC-1 Degrade Mode
Backup Tone Card (BTC)
Daily detector test abnormal
Event log 80% full
Event log 90% full
Log FULL, events will be lost
Audio Riser 1 Trouble
Audio Riser 2 Trouble
Audio Riser 3 Trouble
Mic Key Trouble
Mic Pre-amp Trouble
Tone Generator Trouble
Mic Input Trouble
Telephone Riser Trouble
Mic Key Trouble
Amplifier 1 Trouble
Amplifier 2 Trouble
Amplifier 3 Trouble
Amplifier 1 Backed Up
Amplifier 2 Backed Up
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146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
Trouble Type Text
Amplifier 3 Backed Up
Multiple Response
Communication Error
Not Responding
Unspecified
Sub-module
Responding
Incorrect ID
Audio Riser 1 Class A Active
Audio Riser 2 Class A Active
Audio Riser 3 Class A Active
Backup Amplifier Trouble
Daily Detector Test Abnormal
Low IEC voltage. Service Req.
Audio Output Shorted
Audio Output Class A Active
Amplifier 1 Signal Loss
Amplifier 2 Signal Loss
Amplifier 3 Signal Loss
Generic Input Terminal
DMU 1 Failure
DMU 2 Failure
Out of RAM. Call factory
Incorrect Node Address
Not Responding
Unspecified Node Responding
Node Disconnected
Network CSGM Upload Needed
Style 7 Network Mode
Network input disarmed
Out of task – Call factory
Stack Fault – Call factory
Software Key Violation
Airflow too low
Airflow too high
Detector Trouble
AnaLASER General Trouble
Pre1 level
Pre2 level
Incorrect library version
Out of calibration
AnaLASER Power Trouble
Pre-alarm
+15volt fault
Strobe power fault
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Trouble Type
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
298
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
Trouble Type Text
Audio fault iso-St 7Tx
Audio fault iso-St 7Rx
Audio fault iso-St 4Tx
Audio fault iso-St 4Rx
Multiple Response
Global audio riser-St 7
Global audio riser-St 4
Local audio riser
Database Out of Date
ASD disabled for test
Sys halt – too many ALD/ACM
DMC-1 in record mode
DMC-1 tone trouble
DMC-1 phrase trouble
Troubles summarized
Incorrect custom phrase control
Remote node disconnected
History manually turned off
History manually turned on
History manually erased
Memory upgrade required
Event queue corrupt
Current sensor failure
EEprom error
No application firmware
Component disarmed
Zone 1 open
Zone 2 open
Zone 1 short
Zone 2 short
Zone 1 Class A return fault
Zone 2 Class A return fault
Input source malfunction
Over current fault
Log failure, events lost
24V 4amp supply shutdown
24V 12amp supply shutdown
Backplane power shutdown
No battery detected
Thermistor Trouble
Configuration process failure
Device(s) with no address
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Appendix A.5. Activating and De-activating Entities
These examples demonstrate the methodology to activate or de-activate equipment on the MXL/XLS panel as per the SBT-FSI protocol specification. This
relates to the opcode Activate/Deactivate Entity 0x7b/0x7c.
The configuration example in Section 4 can be modified as per the example below for Activating and De-activating Entities on the MXL Panel.
// Client Side Connections
//
Connections
Port
,Baud
,Parity
P1
,19200 ,Even
,Data_Bits
,7
,Line_drive_on
,0.001
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name ,Scan_Interval ,Data_Array_Name
POLLER_1
,2.0s
,Counts_1
// this is for activation and deactivation of pseudo points
PNL_1_Act_Entity
,0s
,Act_Ent
,Line_drive_off
,0.001
,Enhanced_Protocol
,No
,Protocol
,Cerberus
,System_Type
,MXL
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Rdbc
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Block_Offset
,0
,Length
,19
,Msg_Type
,Poller
,0
,Awt
,Panel1
,1
,1
,10
,Entity_Activate_Deact
The configuration example in Section 4 can be modified as per the example below for Activating and De-activating Entities on the XLS panel.
// Client Side Connections
//
Connections
Port
,Baud
,Parity
P1
,19200 ,Even
,Data_Bits
,7
,Line_drive_on
,0.001
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name ,Scan_Interval ,Data_Array_Name
POLLER_1
,2.0s
,Counts_1
// this is for activation and deactivation of pseudo points
PNL_1_Act_Entity
,0s
,Act_Ent
,Line_drive_off
,0.001
,Enhanced_Protocol
,Yes
,Protocol
,Cerberus
,System_Type
,XLS
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Rdbc
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Sub_Module
,-
,Block_Offset
,0
,Length
,19
,Msg_Type
,Poller
,0
,Awt
,Panel1
,1
,1
,1
,10
,Entity_Activate_Deact
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Appendix A.6. Arming and De-Arming Entities
This example demonstrates the methodology to arm or disarm equipment on the MXL/XLS panel as per the SBT-FSI protocol specification. This relates to the
opcodes Disarm/manuallycontrol entity – opcode 0x77; Arm entity – opcode 0x78,
The configuration example in Section 4 can be modified as per the example below for Arming and De-arming Entities on the MXL Panel.
// Data Arrays
//
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name
Counts_1
Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Format
,Uint16
,Bit
// Client Side Connections
//
Connections
Port
,Baud
,Parity
P1
,19200
,Even
,Data_Array_Length
,19
,10
,Data_Bits
,7
,Line_Drive_On
,0.001
,Line_Drive_Off
,0.001
,Enhanced_Protocol
,No
,Protocol
,Cerberus
,System_Type
,MXL
// Client Side Map Descriptors
//
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
,Scan_Interval
POLLER_1
,2.0s
,Data_Array_Name
,Counts_1
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Rdbc
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Length
,19
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
PNL_1_Arm_Disarm
,Scan_Interval
,0s
,Data_Array_Name
,Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Awt
.Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Block_Offset
,1
,Length
,10
,Msg_Type
,Entity_Arm_Disarm
,Entity_Types
,Inputs
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
PNL_1_Arm_Disarm
,Scan_Interval
,0s
,Data_Array_Name
,Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Awt
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Block_Offset
,1
,Length
,10
,Msg_Type
,Entity_Arm_Disarm
,Entity_Types
,Outputs
,Entity_Energizations
,De-energize
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
PNL_1_Arm_Disarm
,Scan_Interval
,0s
,Data_Array_Name
,Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Awt
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Block_Offset
,1
,Length
,10
,Msg_Type
,Entity_Arm_Disarm
,Entity_Types
,Outputs
,Entity_Energizations
,Energize
,Msg_Type
,Poller
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The configuration example in Section 4 can be modified as per the example below for Arming and De-arming Entities on the XLS panel.
// Data Arrays
//
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name
Counts_1
Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Format
,Uint16
,Bit
// Client Side Connections
//
Connections
Port
,Baud
,Parity
P1
,19200
,Even
,Data_Array_Length
,19
,10
,Data_Bits
,7
// Client Side Map Descriptors
//
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
,Scan_Interval
POLLER_1
,2.0s
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
PNL_1_Arm_Disarm
,Scan_Interval
,0s
,Line_Drive_On
,0.001
,Data_Array_Name
,Counts_1
,Data_Array_Name
,Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Line_Drive_Off
,0.001
,Enhanced_Protocol
,Yes
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Rdbc
,Function
,Awt
,Protocol
,Cerberus
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,System_Type
,XLS
,Block_Number
,1
,Length
,19
,Block_Number
,1
,Sub_Module
,1
,Msg_Type
,Poller
,Component_Address
,1
,Block_Offset
,1
,Length
,10
,Msg_Type
,Entity_Arm_Disarm
,Entity_Types
,Inputs
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
PNL_1_Arm_Disarm
,Scan_Interval
,0s
,Data_Array_Name
,Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Awt
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Sub_Module
,1
,Component_Address
,1
,Block_Offset
,1
,Length
,10
,Msg_Type
,Entity_Arm_Disarm
,Entity_Types
,Outputs
,Entity_Energizations
,De-energize
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
PNL_1_Arm_Disarm
,Scan_Interval
,0s
,Data_Array_Name
,Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Awt
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Sub_Module
,1
,Component_Address
,1
,Block_Offset
,1
,Length
,10
,Msg_Type
,Entity_Arm_Disarm
,Entity_Types
,Outputs
,Entity_Energizations
,Energize
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
PNL_1_Arm_Disarm
,Scan_Interval
,0s
,Data_Array_Name
,Arm_Disarm_Ent
,Data_Array_Offset
,0
,Function
,Awt
,Node_Name
,Panel1
,Block_Number
,1
,Sub_Module
,1
,Component_Address
,1
,Block_Offset
,1
,Length
,10
,Msg_Type
,Entity_Arm_Disarm
,Entity_Types
,IOIOIOIIOI
,Entity_Energizations
, EDED---DED
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